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TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019

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How the east

is preparing for

emergencies

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Rebuilding

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Richmond

Shirley kids get breakfast from a champion

SERVED: Jorja Shearman, 10, was served the 30 millionth KickStart Breakfast by champion shot putter Tom Walsh.

• By Matt Slaughter

TOM WALSH may not have

been the champion shot putter

he is today if he hadn’t eaten

breakfast.

Shirley Primary School pupils

were delighted last week when

Walsh served them up Weet-Bix

as part of the KickStart Breakfast

programme, which has served 30

million breakfasts over the last

10 years to Kiwi kids.

Jorja Shearman, 10, was the

lucky pupil to revive the 30 millionth.

The school has been part of the

programme since 2015 and was

the only school to have Walsh

make a special visit.

Deputy principal Jo Meyrick

said the pupils didn’t know how

to react when Walsh greeted

them at the breakfast counter.

“They were super excited. I

think they didn’t really know

what to expect.”

•Turn to page 4

2SURF

CITY

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weekend

2SURF

sunday 24 March 2019

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• By Matt Slaughter

with Les Mills

Pier cash

should go

back to

the east

CALLS HAVE been made to

make the $2 million saved on

the New Brighton Pier repairs

available for other projects in the

east.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim Money

has asked the city council to

consider it.

Ms Money

was told by the

city council the

$2 million had

gone back into its

capital delivery

programme

for the 2018/19

financial year.

Kim Money

The repairs to all 17 of the pier’s

support columns were completed

for $7.84 million, rather than

the $9.88 million originally

budgeted, a new report shows.

Coastal Ward city

councillor David East said

the savings within the capital

programme could not go towards

other projects.

However, Ms Money said

the city council should

reconsider its stance, starting

with the $2 million saved from

the pier repairs.

•Turn to page 5

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Celebrating Brighton’s surfing culture

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Slaughter

SURFING HAS taken New

Brighton by storm for another

year.

The Duke Festival of Surfing

saw up-and-coming and

established surfers and artists hit

the waves and their canvases to

celebrate the sport.

Organiser

Warren Hawke

said the festival,

which was in

its fourth year, was

Warren

in recognition of

New Brighton’s

rich history of the

Hawke

surfing culture that had shaped

its character for over a century.

The week was headlined by

The Duke Surfing Competition

on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

– an open entry event, which

saw surfers of moderate and

high skill levels compete.

The next generation of surfers

also had a chance to show off

their skills, with pupils from

South New Brighton School,

Rāwhiti School, New Brighton

Catholic School and Haeata

Community Campus receiving a

free lesson.

This was followed by a

surfing and beach themed art

exhibition curated by New

SURFS UP: Free lessons were given to South New Brighton School pupils as part of the Duke

Festival.

Brighton artist Josh O’Rourke,

featuring pieces by 19 artists

from New Brighton and abroad.

Open-air screenings of An

Endless Summer and Finding

Nemo inspired viewers to get

into the waves and a concert

later in the week brought surf

rock to audience members.

The festival is inspired by

great Hawaiian surfer Duke

Kahanamoku, who visited New

Brighton in 1915 to surf.

Mr Hawke said a statue of the

Duke, who was widely regarded

as the father of surfing, was

unveiled 100 years later after his

visit beside the New Brighton

Pier. The Duke Festival of

Surfing began in 2016.

He said the Duke “had this

creed of aloha, which was to

treat people with respect and

love and it will be returned . . .

that’s the message behind the

Duke that we’re still promoting

today.”

Mr Hawke said the message

had been embodied throughout

the week.

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A PATIENT WITH A BIG HEART

Meet “Lucy”, a courageous 3 year old Staffy

cross who in the past 6 weeks has overcome

many hurdles, but still has a wee way to go.

I first met Lucy at the end of January as a

second opinion. She had been intermittently

unwell for the past month with swallowing

difficulties, coughing, lethargy , pain and

intermittent extremely high temperatures. A

weird clinical picture. She had short courses

of antibiotics and anti inflamatories but still

appeared painful and lethargic and was

deteriorating.

When I first met Lucy, her painfulness struck

me first. I see many uncomfortable patients,

but Lucy was different. She never verbalized

her pain but she was

incredibly tucked up in

the abdomen, walking

slowly and stilted and her

face wore all the pain. She

was brave and lovely to

treat but it was horrible

for me to see her in that

much pain. She was

admitted for a full blood

work up, sufficient pain

medications, intravenous

fluids and xrays..

We got no conclusive

results back from Day 1.

On paper she appeared

healthy but she clearly

wasn’t. Next step was an

ultrasound with Catherine.

Large abdominal lymph nodes measuring up

to 7 cm long were seen dotted throughout.

Catherine wasn’t sure if we may have a

migrating foreign body so it was decided to

open Lucy up. Again no conclusive results

after her exploratory. Kirsty biopsied her

enlarged lymph nodes as a cancerous process

was a possibility. Again we drew blanks as the

lymph node pathology was normal.

Despite our best diagnostic efforts to

find a cause for her unexplained pain and

lethargy, we just had no answers. We were

unsuccessfully managing her pain despite

a myriad of treatment medications. It was

worrying and what was worse was that Lucy

was getting weaker in her hindquarters,

struggling to walk or support her weight.

A contrast CT scan At Pacific Radiology

under sedation was the next diagnostic

tool employed. I was very worried about

spinal cord compression or other diseases

affecting the disc spaces and vertebral bodies.

Interesting findings were seen. Lucy had

large granulomatous masses underneath

a few lumbar vertebrae no doubt causing

compression on her spinal cord, a contributor

to her paralysis. Her vertebral bodies also

looked diseased. Many huge intra-abdominal

lymph nodes were also seen. The scanner

likened it to findings you would see with

Tuberculosis in a person. We also weren’t

expecting her to develop a large pus filled

abscess over her lumbar back that required

surgical draining.

Interestingly Lucy had killed 2 possums a few

months back but after specialized diagnostic

testing for TB on

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taken we came up

with blanks. Also

TB hasn’t yet been

isolated in possums

in the Canterbury

area although we

did have her on

TB medication for

several weeks.

As you can see this

case is still providing

challenges for us.

Lucy has since

had more surgery,

ultrasounds, blood

testing and referral

consultations with specialists to try to get a

handle on what caused her pain, CT findings

and paralysis. Our best guess is an inhaled,

migratory Foreign body like a grass seed, that

traveled to beneath her spine somehow. No

other disease process has been found.

The UP side to this story is how Lucy

is handling her immobility and all the

medications she has to consume 2-3 times

daily. She is a terrific dog that has just adapted

to life without walking. She has a ravenous

appetite, appears pain free and happier now

and even wags her tail and twitches and

withdraws her hindlegs. Her improvement is

slow but I guess any disease involving spinal

cord injury takes time to heal. She hasn’t given

up and her dedicated owner hasn’t given up

hope either. Margaret has changed her whole

life this past month to give Lucy the chance to

recover – working from home, learning how

to drain a urinary catheter, managing her care

in terms of massage, reiki, getting her into a

wheelchair – not an easy task when you are

dealing with a 30 kg dog! Amazingly Margaret

has managed all her care from home, which

is better than caged hospital care for Lucy at

this stage.

We all love Lucy at the clinic. We often do

our clinical exams and treatments from the

boot of Margarets car to avoid tiring Lucy.

Our nurses have been patient and gentle to

Lucy and Lucy responds positively to us. We

are ALL hoping and praying for a full recovery.

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Walsh gets pupils

off to a good start

•From page 1

Mrs Meyrick said

Walsh joined pupils at the

breakfast table and talked

about what he ate for

breakfast.

She said the pupils were

left with full tummies and

a spark of inspiration.

“I actually think the kids

have really taken on board

that breakfast is really,

really important and, if

you’re a sporting type, it’s a

cool thing to do.

“It makes us feel better as

people and achieve what we

can achieve each day.”

Said Walsh said: “It’s

awesome to see the positive

effect that a healthy,

nutritious meal can have

on the kids performance

both in the classroom and

also in their daily lives.

It’s so important to start

the day with a healthy

breakfast in order to fuel

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Pier savings should stay east

•From page 1

“It’s just making sure that what

is in the ward can stay in the

ward and we get the best bang

for our buck,” she said.

Burwood Ward city councillor

Glenn Livingstone said though

it was rare for the city council

to put savings from completed

projects towards others in the

same area, this had happened in

the past.

“I managed to get the QE II

land sale money from the Ministry

of Education to come back to

QE II for the master plan work,”

Cr Livingstone said.

“I would like the savings to go

back into other projects in the

Burwood Ward, such as roading.

Whether it can be is another

question.”

Cr East agreed with Cr

Livingstone, saying he would

support the city council making

these funds available, it wasn’t

necessarily that easy.

“It’s a notion that I’d like to

support entirely, but I’ve got to

be cognizant of the fact that we

READY: The New Brighton Pier repairs came in 2 million under budget at $7.84 million.

run budgets for programmes

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and we have to think big picture

about which programmes have were a number of projects still to the New Brighton area for years. •HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

gone over budget and where the be completed in New Brighton Why couldn’t that funding go think the $2 million savings

money will come from for the that could benefit from the extra towards the completion of New should go back to projects in

over-run.”

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Fire rages, homes at risk

WETLAND DEVELOPMENT

The repair of the damaged

driveway and car park in Travis

Wetland Nature Heritage Park

is planned for completion mid-

May. The project is currently in

the design and cost estimating

stage. Another project to fix the

boardwalk and paths prone to

flooding is in the early design

phase and is scheduled to be

completed next year.

WOOLSTON PHOTOGRAPHY

Photography students from

Canterbury University’s Ilam

School of Fine Arts will work

with the Woolston community

to document the area this year in

conjunction with the city council.

Students are in the early stages of

planning for the project, which

will be exhibited in November.

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The east prepares for emergencies

Fire rages, homes at risk

The Save Our Suburbs

Expo brought residents

in the east together with

emergency services

and community groups

for discussions on

how they could work

together to keep the

community safe. Matt

Slaughter reports on the

key advice given

EMERGENCY services and

community groups in the east

say residents need to work

together to keep safe.

This was

the message

that came out

of the Save

Our Suburbs

Community

Safety Expo on

March 9 held

Darlene

Herd

at the former

central New

Brighton School

site.

Emergency services, Civil Defence,

neighbourhood support,

mental health professionals,

insurance, security, technology

experts, city council and Age

Concern representatives all came

together.

About 120 people, mostly from

the eastern suburbs, attended the

event which was organised by

North New Brighton residents

Darlene and Jeremy Herd and

South New Brighton resident

Soozie Bragg.

Houses and roading in the east

suffered major damage in the

2010 and 2011 earthquakes and

residents clogged roads when a

tsunami warning forced them to

evacuate after the 2016 Kaikoura

earthquake.

Mrs Herd said her home had

been burgled on Boxing Day,

which had inspired her to do

something to make the east safer.

She said the collective message

delivered by all of the organisations

was the importance of residents

knowing their neighbours

and the tools available to keep

themselves and others safe from

crime and natural threats out of

their control.

“After you get burgled or have

a tragedy, it forces you to think

about these things,” she said.

“The core message was to take

some personal responsibility for

your own safety and see what

you can do as a person and also

a member of the community to

make some changes.”

Constable Nathan Wilson said

the first piece of advice was how

people could protect themselves

against crime before it occurred.

“We were targeting on burglaries

and ensuring everything’s all

locked and secure all of the time.

It’s even getting to the point

where during the day if you’re

going out to the back of your

property to do some gardening,

make sure that your front door is

all locked. With alarms, if you’ve

got them, make sure they’re

being used. A big one is getting

to know your neighbours . . . If

you’re going away, touch base

with your neighbours and let

them know.”

Constable Wilson said the

best ways to help police when

crime did occur was the next big

topic of conversation. If people

felt they were not in immediate

danger, it was still important to

report any suspicious behaviour,

he said.

“When people don’t report

things, we don’t know about it

and we can’t get out there to try

and prevent it from happening.”

City council head

of Civil Defence and

emergency management

Rob Orchard said

information was given on

how people could prepare

themselves for disasters,

particularly tsunamis,

which had posed a risk to

the beach suburbs in the east in

the past.

“On display were the current

tsunami evacuation zones . . .

and where they could find the

tsunami evacuation zones.”

Bruce Irvine

“Emergencies can be anything

from not being able to get home,

to the impacts of natural hazards

like earthquakes, storms, or

tsunamis. It’s really important

that we get prepared for such

disruptions.”

Fire and Emergency New

Zealand senior fire

risk manager Bruce

Irvine said fire posed an

extreme risk along the

beach front.

“Our topic of discussion

was related to

occupied properties and

having an escape plan

with an identified meeting

place for when your smoke

alarm activates.”

Ensuring the safety of the high

number of vacant and insecure

houses in the east was also emphasised,

Mr Irvine said.

“A request has gone out to

SAFE: The importance

of residents in the

east knowing their

neighbours, reporting

crime and preparing

themselves for natural

disasters, like the

evacuations after the

Kaikoura earthquake

in 2016, was the

key advice given by

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and community groups

during the Save Our

Suburbs Expo.

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In February, the Ministry of

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Brighton preparedness day.

They talked to residents about

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made

permanent

• By Matt Slaughter

THE DISC golf course at

Queenspark Reserve could become

a permanent feature.

The Parklands Residents

Association has asked the

city council to take over the

ownership and maintenance of the

course.

Chairman David Baines said this

was the only way the course could

stay in the park.

City council community parks

manager Al Hardy said it has been

trialling the disc golf course in

Queenspark for the last year

and the trial period was almost

over.

But Mr Baines said the

association could not afford the cost

of maintaining and looking after

the course.

The association and Parklands

residents raised $10,000 for the

equipment needed to make a

nine-hole course in February last

year.

Mr Baines said the course had

become a huge attraction, which

was used by a large number

of residents and visitors to

Queenspark Reserve.

“We’ve observed that there are

quite a few family groups that use it

and there’s also a weekly visit by the

local disc golf club, who see it as a

unique course.”

Mr Hardy said the Parklands

Residents Association met with

the Coastal-Burwood Community

Board governance team last month

to discuss making the course a

permanent feature.

City council staff had since been

in contact with the association,

asking for the information required

to support this request, he said.

“We are now waiting for the

association to submit information

requested by the city council

to support their request for a

permanent course.”

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Church rebuild gets under way

• By Matt Slaughter

A CHURCH is being rebuilt in

Richmond.

North Avon Baptist Church

was damaged beyond repair

in the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

The new church will be a

shared space between the North

Avon Baptist Church and the

Delta Community Support

Trust.

Delta’s old building on North

Avon Rd will be demolished and

replaced with a new church for

Crossway Community Church.

The work is part of a $5.8

million project to develop a

large-scale spiritual facility,

which will stretch from 99 to 105

North Avon Rd and be used for

both worship and community

activities.

North Avon Baptist Church

treasurer Tim Weir said this

was so the three communityfocused

organisations could

work together and improve the

way they served the Richmond

community.

“We decided that due to the

age of the buildings and the

number of repairs required

A CELEBRATION is planned

for April 5 and 6 to celebrate

the past 65 years of educational

history of Linwood College.

In mid-2019, the school’s

buildings will be demolished in

preparation for a full rebuild on

site.

At $44 million the rebuild

budget is one of the largest

of any of the Ministry of

Education’s rebuild programme

since the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

Students enrolled at the school

will be relocated to old Avonside

Girls’ High site for the full

duration of the rebuild.

When news of the rebuild was

released, approaches were made

to the school for an opportunity

to celebrate its past.

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that it was actually more cost

effective to rebuild, but we

couldn’t do that alone . . . We

realised we could get a much

better facility for the wider

community if we worked

together.”

“It really is about providing the

At the time it was built in

1954, Linwood High was the

first post-war co-educational

school to open in the entire

country.

While the school looked more

like a building site than an

educational campus on opening

day, the community soon

proudly rallied around its new

high school and ensured it had

the resources equivalent to any

existing school in the city.

To mark the demolition

of the buildings a ticketed

Conversazione event is being

hosted on April 5 and a free

open day on April 6.

The event will end with a

farewell ceremony at 3pm. This

event is open to anyone in the

community to attend.

best facilities for the whole community

and also about church

communities working together

across denominations.”

North Avon Baptist Church

senior pastor Mary Allan said

she and its members were excited

to see work underway on the

Past students from all over

New Zealand and Australia

have bought tickets to attend

the farewell says the chair of the

event’s organising committee

Linda Rutland.

“People have a real attachment

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FRESH

START: North

Avon Baptist

treasurer

Tim Weir is

pleased a

project to

rebuild the

church on

North Avon

Rd is in full

swing.

project after years of challenges

after the earthquakes.

“I think people are happy and

relieved and looking forward to

a new future.”

Work is on track for the entire

project to be completed by late

2020.

Saying goodbye to Linwood College

FAREWELL:

Events will be

held on April 5

and 6 before

the demolition

of Linwood

College.

to their old school with the

original 1954s remaining a very

tight-knit group.”

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on 021 239 8946 or linda.

rutland@xtra.co.nz

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Sunday 24 March

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14km, 6km Community

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It’s our

45th

Anniversary Year!

on this sunday

Entry $25 (children 10 and under free)

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Who’s taking part in the

It’s the 45th anniversary

of the Star Media

City2Surf. Reporter

Anan Zaki spoke to

some of the participants

aiming to be at the start

line on Sunday

Aaron Cooper, 43

Mr Cooper is set to take part

in his first City2Surf and will do

the 14km race.

“I just want to keep fit and test

the legs on running the distance.”

Mr Cooper plans to run a

half marathon

(21km) – which

is on his bucket

list – and

believes this is a

step towards the

goal.

“It’s the

Aaron Cooper

first time I’m

running 14km.

I’m a surfer,

I’m not really a runner. I used

to play rugby until I was 21 . .

. and, yeah, it [running] is just

something I’ve always wanted to

do,” he said.

Mr Cooper’s wife often takes

part in multi-sport events but

she will greet him at the finish

line as the couple have two young

children.

“When she gets fit, we’ll

definitely be doing other races as

a team,” he said.

David Clark,

29

Taking part in

the 14km event,

Mr Clark is

looking for a new

challenge. It will

be his second

David Clark time entering the

City2Surf.

“It’s just a wee challenge to just

test myself for a bit of fitness,” he

said.

“[The first time] was good. I

want to try something further, I

did the 6km [last year] and want

to try the 14km.”

He has been training hard

for the event and says he will be

ready for the race on March 24.

NEWBIE: Hailey McConchie will be running in her first

City2Surf this year.

“Currently I’m doing it myself

but we’ll see if my partner does it.

That will be just a wait and see.”

Hailey McConchie, 25

The mother of two used to be

focus on body building, but since

having her second child last year,

she’s switched to running.

It will be her first City2Surf.

“I’ve never been a runner.

People who tend to lift weight do

not like cardio whatsoever,” Mrs

McConchie said.

To lose weight after pregnancy,

she took up running. “I’ve lost a

lot of my baby weight . . . I started

an eight-week challenge and lost

about 6kg,” she said.

Getting into running was

difficult.

“At first it felt like a long time

to get running, even that first

kilometre. It felt like ages,” Mrs

McConchie said.

She will be taking part in the

6km event. “Every time I see a

race I just enrol myself and just

build myself in it.”

Mrs McConchie has heard

great things about the City2Surf

but couldn’t take part in it last

year as she had just given birth to

her second child a month before

the event. “I’d like to keep my

running up [this year]. It’s not

something I really enjoy but once

I find my rhythm 2-3km in, that’s

when I can see why some people

are addicted to running,” she

said.

Kelly Clements, 46

Mrs Clements

doesn’t live

far from the

start line near

Centennial Park.

She says the

City2Surf is a

good excuse to

Kelly

Clements

not pay for a gym

membership.

“It’s just my

one thing that makes me head

out and train each year. It’s

not too far being only 14km.

Rather than paying for a gym

membership, I sign up and it

makes me run,” Mrs Clements

said.

This will be her fourth

consecutive City2Surf. “A friend

got me into running and it was

that whole give it a go, it’s a

reasonably flat course and lots of

fun,” she said.

Unfortunately her friend

Learn

has rolled her ankle and Mrs

Clements will be running the

event solo for the first time.

“I’ll be on my own but that

doesn’t matter because it’s so well

set up you don’t really care, you

just run.

“I haven’t stopped [training]

all year but I probably stepped

up distances in the last six weeks.

There might have been a few 5km

runs but I stepped it up to a few

10km.”

Nory Lansing, 28

Being a personal trainer,

Ms Lansing has many friends

and clients taking part in the

City2Surf.

“I’m a runner

in general, I

always like a

challenge in a

run. Living in

Christchurch,

it’s part of the

routine here,”

she said.

It’s her second

time doing the City2Surf. “

It was good fun [last year]

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City2Surf

•Entry forms are available

online, at Pak’n Save and

New World supermarkets,

and at The Athlete’s Foot

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•Standard entry can be

purchased until March

24 for $25. Late entry on

the day, March 24, will be

$30. Children aged 10 and

under are free

Nory Lansing

knowing so many runners in the

field. It’s a challenging course

but in saying that it’s just for

yourself really, not so much a

competition,” she said.

“I do heaps of running with my

clients so I think it’s motivating

and encouraging to be on the

course for them.

I mention it every week

in a [gym] newsletter and during

my running sessions to sign

up and do whatever they can,

running or walking,” Ms Lansing

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Simon Bradshaw, 30

Mr Bradshaw was

convinced by his partner

Kristyn Ferry to take part in

the 14km event.

“She did it last year and

enjoyed it and this year she’s

going to do it again. She said

she’d like me to do it with her

and I said why not.”

“She’s doing it more for a

social, keep fit aspect than it is for

a competitive aspect. So I’ve got

the same kind of idea to be doing

it to keep fit and healthy rather

than making the top 10,” he said.

Mr Bradshaw trains most days.

He has never entered a running

event before.

“I think I’ll be a bit nervous on

the day [of the race]. Just nervous

trying to get to the end,” Mr

Bradshaw said.

Seamus Tredinnick, 30

Running in the 6km event, Mr

Tredinnick, who is a keen sailor,

will be returning

to the event

for the second

consecutive year.

“My wife [Emily]

is a keen runner

and has done a

few marathons

so she’ll be doing

the 14km run,”

he said.

“Basically, at

Seamus

Tredinnick

least if I sign up for an event, it

gives me a bit of motivation to

work towards to getting me out

and running, which is probably a

good thing,” Mr Tredinnick said.

“When you’ve got a peg in

the ground it’s easier to move

towards that goal,” he said.

Mr Tredinnick’s goal is to

finish the event.

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The

Mairehau

Challenge

Achievement

Responsibility

Empathy

Way

Encouraging

excellence in our

community

2019 Senior Executive Students

Mairehau Games

Ms Kyla Boocock and Year 13

student Josh Schuurman

Staff and students go crazy with

their Waka colours

Neave & Sabrina with Rachael Froggat

CEO of Women in Sport Aotearoa,

celebrating International Women’s Day

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This is who we are.. students and

staff focusing on our C.A.R.E values

An enjoyable start to 2019

We have had a busy and enjoyable start to 2019, with sailing

lessons for our Year 11 Outdoor Education class, Mairehau

Games, Get to Know You days with our new Year 9 students, and

achievement presentations.

Mairehau High School is prioritizing the key value of

“Responsibility’ this year.

First Foundation Scholarship

We are extremely proud

to announce that Year 13

student and Head Boy

Jesse Jeffries, is a recipient

of the First Foundation

Scholarship to the value of

$12,000.00

Jesse will be matched with

a mentor, whose role is to

assist students through the

major transitions from High

School to University and

guide him through new

experiences within the scholarship

programme.

Jesse Jeffries, recipient of the First

Foundation Scholarship

The scholarship also provides a Scholarship Partner or Work

Experience Partner which will give Jesse a minimum four to five

weeks paid work experience per year which will allow him to

develop skills in a safe work environment and build new networks.

Year 11, 12 & 13 students

collecting for the SPCA

A gift from our year 9’s

As the tree grows, so do our students

Spacifically Pacific Awards

Recently Year 13 students Ene Suisala, Sebastian Anae-Ah Sue,

Darrell Suaesi Faamau and Amelia Fonua were celebrated as

Mairehau’s top Pasifika student leaders at the annual Spacifically

Pacific Awards held by the Ministry of Education.

The evening celebrated Pasifika students from all secondary

schools across the city.

Pacifika Students with Deputy Principal

Ms Siobhan Murphy at awards

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Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

JP CLINIC at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations as well as sign

citizenship, sponsorship or

rates rebates applications. No

charge.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

SAYGo Steady As You Go

Falls Prevention Exercise Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a specially-designed

class to help you not to fall. There

will be a $2 koha entry. There is

no booking fee required, those

interested are invited to just turn

up on the day and see what the

class can do for them.

Parklands Community Centre

Ascot Sit and Be Fit

Wednesday, 1-2pm and

Thursday, 9.30am-10.30am

Go along and complete a class,

which lets you do a number of

exercises without even leaving

your chair. It costs $4 and you’ll

get a cup of tea or coffee.

Ascot Community Centre on

Ascot Ave

Wā Pēpi / Babytimes

Tuesday, 11.15-11.45am,

Wednesday and Thursday, 10.30-

11am

Go along with your little one

for an interactive programme

including music, movement,

rhymes and a story.

Aranui Library, Tuesday; New

Brighton Library, Wednesday;

Shirley Library Thursday

Scrabble Club

Wednesday, 1.30-3.30pm

Go along to the Scrabble

Club. No obligation, just go

along when you can and join the

friendly group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Technology help drop-in

sessions

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a drop-in session

for help with email, searching

the internet, using the library

catalogue, eBooks, and general

computer queries.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30–3.30pm

This weekly club is on every

The Adult Literacy Upskilling Course will be at Aranui Library on Friday from 9.30am

until noon. Go along for this free course, which will assist with a variety of skills including

reading, writing, maths and computer skills. This course can go towards NZQA unit

standards.

Friday, just go along and join the

fun. Free, no bookings required.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Shirley Library’s Culture

Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Go along and make new

friends, practice English and

learn about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

New Brighton Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Held at Brighton mall every

Saturday, just across the road

from the beach and the new

children’s playground.

New Brighton Pedestrian Mall

Mahjong Group

Saturday, 2-4pm

Learn to play Mahjong at

Shirley library. For beginners and

advanced players alike. If you

have your own set, please take

it along, otherwise go along and

join in a friendly game.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Golden Oldies Movie

Screening – Tycoon

Monday, 1pm

Go along and see this 1947

Romance starring John Wayne

where an American engineer

is hired by South American

tycoon to bore a tunnel for a new

railroad in the Andes Mountains.

Viewing time is 2hr 9min. $2,

arrive early for a cup of tea.

New Brighton Museum, 8

Hardy St

The Monday Makers Club

Monday, 3.30-4.30pm

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making sessions for kids! A range

of activities varying in theme,

week by week. Free of Charge, no

booking required.

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HEALTH & AWARENESS

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Hip pain: Do I have arthritis or

could it be mainly my muscles?

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The team at Physical Sense in Sydenham

sees clients with a range of symptoms but

many of their middle-aged and senior

clients visit complaining of pain in one or

both hips.

Physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk suggests

that a major part of the pain could be due

to muscle pain rather than simply arthritis.

“Even if an x-ray shows arthritis, the reason

for the pain may be the muscles around

the joint,” she explains. Alternatively, a

back muscle could also be the cause, as

shown in the image.

Ietje recalls one case where an 89 year

old client with severe arthritis who walked

with a stick, told her, “I will end up in

a wheelchair, I cannot put any weight

through my right leg due to pain in my hip

and buttock”. “Within 4 treatments, she

was walking with her stick but without the

severe pain,” says Ietje. “The arthritis was

one of the factors that made her muscles

spasm but the other was that older people

move less and the flexed position the hip

is in when we sit is particularly bad for

the hip.” Ietje is happy with the fact that

although the client was 89 and could have

been “given up on” or told to live with the

pain, she made a difference to her health

Hip muscle that causes hip pain

(the crosses are the areas of the muscle spasms, the red areas is where the pain is felt)

and wellbeing.

At Physical Sense, hands-on techniques

(massage and triggerpoint deactivation

techniques) are used to release the muscles.

The client also gets a home exercise

program designed to mobilize and stretch

the hip, strengthen the important core

muscles and increase general strength and

balance. They teach a movement sequence

that stretches the hip in all directions

whilst the client is able to lie safely on their

bed, perfect for older or less mobile clients.

In many cases having the muscles

released and being taught how to maintain

it, is enough to stay on top of the problem.

If severe arthritis is the underlying cause,

some maintenance therapy may be

necessary, but that is often more affordable

and, for older patients, better tolerated than

surgery. In very few treatments the client

Back hip muscle that causes hip pain

will know if it is going to work for them or

not, without financial commitment.

Physical Sense Gym & Physio is located

at 300 Colombo Street, Sydenham.

There is a bus stop in front of the door

and there is ample parking. To enquire

about specialised exercise classes or

physiotherapy treatment, phone 377-2577

or visit www.triggerpoints.co.nz.

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$59,990

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Was $23,990 $22,990

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$12,990

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$10,990

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$16,990

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2012 ToyoTa Prius l

2013 ToyoTa aqua s

2011 Honda fiT HyBrid

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1998 ToyoTa LaNd Cruiser

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$25,990 $14,990

JUST $171 PER WEEK

JUST $101 PER WEEK

1996 ToyoTa HiLuX surf ssr-X Wide

3000cc, diesel, 188,260km, factory tinted

windows, spot lights, side steps.

$15,990

JUST $108 PER WEEK

1996 NissaN TerraNo r3M-r

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factory tinted windows, low 133,000kms.

Was $12,990 $11,990

JUST $83 PER WEEK

Come and view our massive selection of

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Power Package, 8 seater, auto, air cond, alloys,

ABS, cruise control, rear spoiler.

$14,990

JUST $101 PER WEEK

2008 ToyoTa HiaCe

Matt and Magz edition, 3000cc diesel

automatic 20" Alloy wheels.

$21,990

JUST $146 PER WEEK

2010 ToyoTa HiaCe (reGius)

LWb LoNG suPer GL

2 litre petrol auto, reverse cam, ABS, air con.

2010 ToyoTa HiaCe (reGius) LWb

LoNG dX dieseL 4Wd

3000cc, diesel,auto, 4WD, air cond, ABS, airbags.

$24,990 $26,990

JUST $164 PER WEEK

JUST $107 PER WEEK

SALE

3 in stock!

2011 ToyoTa ToyoaCe dieseL MaNuaL

4000cc, Central Locking, Digital Display, New

Battery and Tyres, Factory Tinted Windows.

$18,990

JUST $127 PER WEEK

2009 NissaN aTLas

2 litre petrol, manual, central locking,

flat deck with drop sides.

$16,990

JUST $113 PER WEEK

2008 ToyoTa HiaCe (reGius) LWb

LoNG dX dieseL

3000cc, diesel, auto, ABS, airbags, air cond.

$18,990

JUST $190 PER WEEK

2013 NissaN NV200 dX

1600cc, petrol, auto, great low km and

has just been serviced.

$14,990

JUST $101 PER WEEK

SALE

2005 ToyoTa HiaCe GraNd CabiN

10 Seater, 2.7 litre petrol, auto, low 113,000kms,

a/c, tinted windows, reversing camera.

JUST $189 PER WEEK

2006 ToyoTa HiaCe LWb LoNG

GraNd CabiN 10 seaTer HiGH roof

2.7 litre petrol, auto, air con, ABS, reverse camera.

Was $31,990 $28,990 $24,990

JUST $164 PER WEEK

2008 NissaN CaraVaN CoaCH

10 seaTer

2480cc, Petrol, auto, 139,899km.

$21,990

JUST $146 PER WEEK

2008 ToyoTa HiaCe LWb LoNG dX

3000cc, diesel, ABS braking, high roof, 5 door,

airbags, factory tinted windows.

$21,990

JUST $164 PER WEEK

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REAL ESTATE

An elevation sensation

52 Morgans Valley, Heathcote

Auction: Thursday, 21 March 2019 Unless Sold Prior

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Considerably sized and displaying modern

finishes this impeccably styled home rises

above the rest and offers unparalleled views

from the highest position in Morgans Valley.

The sizeable 2717m 2 site and its favourable

microclimate location deliver outstanding

peace and serenity with the exceptional

outlook stretching from the hillside across to

the city and out to the Southern Alps.

Drawing on the contemporary aesthetic

of the exterior, the interior of the home is

streamlined and modern, with an exquisite

kitchen and expansive open plan living area

found at its heart.

Granite benchtops, an entertainer’s oven and

a breakfast bar ensure the kitchen is equally

practical and eye-pleasing while a second

lounge provides an alternative living area and

contributes great flexibility for families.

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the home in natural light and capture the

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you can soak up this scene and the sunshine

from the balcony or private outdoor setting.

Arranged over three floors and hosting a

total of four bedrooms and two bathrooms, the

upper level is naturally devoted to the master

suite which features a walk-in wardrobe and

ensuite.

Also forming part of the floor plan is a

separate laundry, an internal access garage

with storage and two heat pumps which offer

comfort and convenience.

Situated in the calming environment of

Heathcote Valley by Heathcote Valley school,

it’s an easy drive from Lyttelton Port and

various coastal suburbs, and the CBD is less

than 20 minutes’ drive away. This property

also provides a large back section which is

a blank canvas for growing fruit trees or for

those garden lovers wishing to potter away.

The vendors are firmly committed to selling,

and their immaculately presented home is

destined for a change of ownership.

Current GV: $870,000.

Auction date: Thursday 21 March 12:00pm

(Grenadier House, 98 Moorhouse Ave) Unless

Sold Prior

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HOME & HEATING

The facts about

Home

Ventilation

Balanced Pressure

vs Positive Pressure

Choosing the

right heat pump

for your home

Are you struggling with the heat of

Summer or wanting to get organised for

Winter? With the ever changing weather

patterns, heat pumps have the flexibility

of being able to heat and cool which is an

advantage no other appliance can offer. This

represents great value for your investment

as you can use it all year round. The team

at Enviro Master Ltd can help keep you

cool this Summer either at home or work.

Enviro Master supplies, installs and services

all the leading brands including Panasonic,

Fujitsu, Mitsubishi and Daikin. This means

our team can show you which system and

brand will best suit your needs.

With new regulations coming in for

Landlords to provide heating in rentals,

now is a great time to beat the 1st of

July deadline. Inadequate heating and

ventilation can lead to mould growth and

dampness in your property, leading to

costlier maintenance and an unhealthy

living environment. Providing a fixed

heater with a higher heat output and lower

running costs, like a heat pump, will enable

your tenants to heat the area effectively.

It will also discourage them from using

unflued gas heaters which can make a

house damp and mouldy.

It is important to remember, when

selecting an installer, the manufacturer’s

warranty does not cover the installation

and consumers could be responsible for

any repair or damage caused to the system

due to poor installation. Enviro Master’s

five-star installation guarantee ensures

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so customers have an understanding on

how it will best meet their needs.

For a free in home consultation, call

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showroom at 41A Shakespeare Rd,

Waltham, Christchurch.

Under the New Zealand Building Code,

all buildings, including residential, need

to be suitably ventilated, either with

opening windows or forced ventilation.

Clause G4.1 states: “The objective of this

provision is to safeguard people from

illness or loss of amenity due to lack of

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or mechanical, ventilation over opening

windows, including warmth, security,

reduction of outside noises and reduction

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Traditional domestic ventilation systems

are ‘positive pressure’. They bring air in

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the stale air out through gaps around

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The Smooth-Air HEX390 is a ‘balanced

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Until recently, balanced pressure

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WALKERS

JOGGERS

RUNNERS

Rose Street

START

Cashmere View

STAGE

START

Toilets

Clothing Drop Off

Late Registrations

7am-9am

8am-9am Les Mills

warm up & entertainment

Start Line, 9am start

FIT FOR FREE *

SAT + SUN

ALL OF MARCH

*CHRISTCHURCH ONLY. FULL TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY – SEE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.


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Online Order: Selected collect? Bring your e-ticket confirmation to Smiths

City Colombo street on Friday 22 March between 11-5pm Or Saturday 23

2with Les Mills

March between 9-5pm. Selected courier? You will receive your entry shortly.

• The 14km starts at 9am at Centennial Park, Pioneer Stadium.

The Sport Canterbury 6km starts 10am at Hansens Park, Opawa.

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• Warm up with our Christchurch Les Mills fitness team.

• At the finish line grab your free Pump Water or Powerade

• Enjoy free children’s entertainment 2and our live DJ.

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• Look out for our social media squad. See your photo on The Star City2Surf

Facebook Page.

• Prize giving starts at mid-day.

• Please be aware that we are no longer using McCormacks with Les Bay Mills for Parking

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• Enjoy free entry to Ferrymead Heritage Park with you entry bib

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Routes

Look the part

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Routes

Available in 3 different colours

T-Shirt $35 Singlet $30

Children’s T-shirt $30

WOOLSTON Available now at The Athlete’s Foot

74A

Riccarton, Northlands and on event day

P1

P1

Pre-Run bus route

Ferrymead - 14km-6km

Post-run bus route

Ferrymead - 6km - 14km

Limited free parking

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Christchurch 2019

Pre-Run bus route

Ferrymead - 14km-6km

Post-run bus route

Ferrymead - 6km - 14km

Limited free parking

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Colombo Street

SPREYDON

76

OPAWA 6 KM

DROP OFF

WOOLSTON

76

74A

74A

Ferry Road

P2

Grange Street

74

14 KM

START

Centennial & DROP

Park OFF

14 KM

START

Centennial & DROP

Park OFF

SPREYDON

Barrington Street

Barrington Street

CASHMERE

CASHMERE

Colombo Street

Wilsons Road

Wilsons Road

Hansens 6 KM

OPAWA 6 KM START Park

DROP OFF

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Hansens 6 KM

START Park

Grange Street

74A

Port Hills Road

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Port Hills Road

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Ferry Road

FERRYMEAD

P2

INFO

FERRYMEAD

P1

FINISH

LINE

INFO

MOUNT

PLEASANT

FINISH

LINE

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P1

MOUNT

PLEASANT

MCCORMACKS

BAY

BUS TICKETS

MCCORMACKS

$6

BAY

BUY NOW AT

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INFORMATION

PRE EVENT

BUS SERVICE

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POST EVENT BUS

SERVICE

LIMITED FREE

PARKING NEAR

• Purchase pre and post run bus tickets prior to event day to avoid hassle.

• Limited INFORMATION

bus sales on the day, however can be purchased from the PRE EVENT

POST EVENT BUS LIMITED FREE

finish line info tent.

• Buses to startline from 7.15am

• Limited on street parking available at both start lines. FINISH LINE

• Purchase pre and post run bus tickets prior to event day to avoid hassle. BUS

• Show bus drivers e-tickets printed, on phone, or show on the day • SERVICE

Last bus to 14km at 8.15am for 9am SERVICE

start • Post event bus runs from Ferrymead PARKING finish to 14km NEAR

• Limited bus sales on the day, however can be purchased from the

• Spaces available at parking zones P1 & P2 as

wristband.

and 6km starting point

finish line info tent.

• Buses • to Last startline bus from to 6km 7.15am at 9.30am for 10am • Limited start on street parking available at both start lines. FINISH LINEshown on map

• No • Show cash bus on drivers buses e-tickets - sales only printed, at info on phone, tent on or day. show on the day • Last bus • Buses to 14km only at 8.15am stop at for start 9am line startdrop offs • Post event bus • runs Buses from run Ferrymead from 10am finish to 14km

• Spaces available at parking • See zones separate P1 & finish P2 as line parking maps for

• Children wristband. under 10 ride free with participating adult.

• Last bus to 6km at 9.30am for 10am start and 6km starting point

• Buses only stop at start lines

shown on map more details

• No cash on buses - sales only at info tent on day.

• Buses run from 10am

• Please note - No parking across vehicle entrances or in business parks. • Buses only stop at start line drop offs

• Last bus from finish line is 1.25pm • See separate finish line

• Children under 10 ride free with participating adult.

• Parking parking maps in the for reserve on Bridle Path Road

• Buses only stop at start lines

more details

• Please note - No parking across vehicle entrances or in business parks.

• Last bus from finish line is 1.25pm

• Parking in the reserve on Bridle Path Road

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Fisher & Paykel 12kg

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Kids Prize

Bauer Ambush

20 Kids Bike


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