Bay Harbour: March 27, 2019

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Surfers pay tribute to victims at memorial paddle

SOLIDARITY: Sumner surfer Ruby Morgan-Potts and Alice Mayo before the memorial paddle at Scarborough beach.

PHOTO: DANE CREIGHTON

• By Louis Day

MORE THAN 600 surfers

paddled out from Scarborough

beach on Saturday to remember

the victims of the mosque

shootings. The surfers formed

a circle in the ocean and 50

white flowers were placed in the

middle to represent each victim.

This was followed by a

minute’s silence on the water.

Hundreds of additional

flowers of different colours were

then thrown into the circle.

One of the organisers Randi

Senger saw the memorial paddle

as the perfect way for Sumner to

pay tribute to the victims.

“Living out in Sumner, surfing

is kind of a way of life for us, so

we saw it as a fitting way to pay

respects,” she said.

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• By Louis Day

THE LYTTELTON Port

Company’s decision to stop

loading scrap metal at night

has been criticised by a former

employee.

The move to cease the loading

work in the inner harbour

between 11pm and 7am was

prompted by noise complaints

from residents.

Banks Peninsula Community

Board member Jed O’Donoghue,

who complained about the noise,

announced LPC’s decision on the

Lyttelton Ain’t no Place I’d Rather

Be Facebook group page.

The announcement was then

criticised in the comments

section of the post by Ken Wilson,

who claims to be a former LPC

stevedore – a person who loads

and unloads ships.

Said Mr O’Donoghue in his

post: “I made a noise complaint

about 2am one morning . . . I

probably wasn’t the only one [to

complain] but thank you LPC

for acknowledging Lyttelton

residents.”

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FANTASTIC TO see such an amazing turn out at the

memorial paddle at Scarborough beach over the weekend.

Communities from across the Bay Harbour News area have

responded remarkably well in the wake of the tragedy.

On page 8, you can see more images from the memorial

paddle, and also read about how the Redcliffs community

has continued to rally around local business owner, Abdul

Aziz, who confronted and eventually chased away the alleged

gunman from the Linwood mosque.

Then on page 10, Sumner Hub volunteer Andrea Heffernan

outlines how people in the area can do their part to support

the Muslim community.

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Wednesday March 27 2019

News

• By Louis Day

LYTTELTON’S Collett’s

Corner celebrated the end of

its crowdfunding campaign on

Thursday.

During the five-week campaign,

370 people invested a total

of $504,000 in the project.

Collett’s Corner is New

Zealand’s first crowdfunding

campaign for a commercial

development.

Founding partner of Ohu

Development, the group behind

Collett’s Corner, Camia Young

said the project was about creating

a building the community

could call its own.

“Wealth is power and if we can

all have a little bit rather than a

few people having the whole lot,

that makes for a healthier society,”

she said.

With a floor area of 2710 sq m,

the building will have a wellness

centre, community concierge,

hospitality, retail, co-working

space and apartments.

The opening has been

pushed back from 2020 to 2022

after the crowdfunding campaign

failed to meet its target of $2

million.

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MAN BANNED FROM BAR

A Lyttelton bar has banned a

patron after he wrote derogatory

remarks on a noticeboard set up

for messages to remember victims

of the mosque shootings. His

views on Muslim culture were

wiped off the board by bar staff

but the man returned and wrote

the same message again which

resulted in him being barred.

The man then drew a swastika

on the board. A bar spokesman

said the swastika was not directed

at the Muslim community but

at bar staff for “denying him his

freedom of speech.”

SUMNER RD TO REOPEN

The road linking Sumner to

Lyttelton is set to reopen this

Friday at 6pm. Contractors have

spent the past two-and-a-half

years working to reinstate Sumner

Rd, which has been closed to

traffic since tonnes of rocks came

tumbling down onto it from the

surrounding cliffs during the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

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News

Stoush over loading

of scrap metal at night

•From page 1

“LPC have approached the

export company with our concerns

and they have agreed to

no loading in the inner

harbour of the scrap boats

on the third shift,” Mr

O’Donoghue said.

Said Mr Wilson in

response: “Why did you

move here? Go and live

at Fox Glacier, very quiet

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LPC could not confirm

whether Mr Wilson was

a former stevedore but it

did say he was a former

employee.

Mr Wilson told Bay

Harbour News “the people

who can’t sleep have won.”

He was concerned the

decision could lead to

more over night port operations

being shut down.

“If they complain again

and the port gets shut down at

night then the companies will

go elsewhere and the port will

eventually die.”

Mr Wilson wasn’t the only

commenter to criticise Mr

O’Donoghue on the page.

“These are the same people

that would move out to Ruapuna

and want the speedway shutdown.

Muppets (sic),” one comment

read.

“Thanks for doing me out of

work,” said another.

“Before you moved to

Lyttelton, did you take

the time to find out what

it’s like to live in a working

port that operates

24/7? That means, they

don’t stop because it’s interfering

with your life.”

Mr O’Donoghue told

Bay Harbour News he

did not read the comments.

“That is just typical of

those social media pages

– I don’t get involved in

that rubbish.”

LPC strategic

engagement manager

Phil de Joux said the

decision would have

little impact on future

business and people

working at the port.

“This issue only involves about

six to eight vessels a year, and

each vessel is here for around two

nights. The stevedore and the

exporter have long been involved

in working through this issue

with us and together we’ve come

up with a constructive solution,”

he said.

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• By Louis Day

AKAROA WILL be lit up on

May 18 when it hosts its first

ever lights festival.

Lumiere d’Akaroa will happen

at the Garden of Tane off Rue

Jolie.

The combination of a full

moon and lighting along the

garden floor will illuminate the

walking track at night.

Art installations will be

scattered along the track and

food, drink and entertainment

will be on offered at the end of

the walking track.

The event will be free to the

public and will run from 6pm to

10pm.

Akaroa District Promotions

event co-ordinator Jane Scribner

said it would become an annual

event if it was a success.

She said $15,000 has been

raised for the event so far, and it

is currently looking for a further

$10,000 in sponsorship.

Miss Scribner said the amount

of funding received would

determine how “big and bright”

the event will be.

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

KAREN HALLSWORTH has

no qualms about removing her

clothing in front of the public.

In fact, the older she has become,

the keener she is to bare all

for the world to see.

The 51-year-old Sumner

mother-of-two will play a lead

role in Elmwood Player’s production

of Calendar Girls – which

will involve posing in the nude

with five other women.

The uplifting show is based

on a true story about a group of

middle-aged Yorkshire women,

one of which lost a husband to

cancer in April 1999. The death

inspired the women to produce a

nude calendar to raise funds for

leukaemia research.

For Hallsworth, she said

taking part in the show was a

“no-brainer” as there is so much

more to the show than removing

clothing.

Originally from Derbyshire,

she recalls the story of the group

of women hitting the newspapers

in 1999 and being moved by

how the women banded together

with “such love, affection and

empathy.”

“The act of doing that (going

nude) empowers women and

makes them realise their worth

and their inner strength,” she said.

Hallsworth believes her confidence

of baring flesh is something

that has come with age and

motherhood.

“I think for me my body took

on a different meaning when I

had children . . . suddenly it was

a vessel.

Hallsworth said the less she

resembles her 25-year-old self the

more she realises her worth.

“It doesn’t matter I am bit

bigger than I was, or gravity

has taken over, or I have stretch

marks. I am still me, I am still

wonderful,” Hallsworth said.

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Baring all for a good cause

EMPOWERING: Six brave women are stripping down for Elmwood Player’s uplifting production

Calender Girls. (Back row, left to right) – Karen Hallsworth, Andrea Darby, Amanda Shields and

Sylvia Barnes. (Front row) – Helen Fahy and Donna Palmer.

She said young people today are

more than ever growing up in a

time where their physical appearance

is a measure of their worth.

“I love my wrinkles, I laugh a

lot. I have never been accused of

taking life too seriously. If I have

wrinkles because of that, then

great, bring it on,” Hallsworth said.

A percentage of the proceeds

from the show will go to charitable

organisation Nurse Maude.

Hallsworth said she is honoured

and privileged to be able

to support the organisation who

do an amazing job at supporting

families with leukaemia and

lymphoma.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Former

school

site named

THE FORMER site of Redcliffs

School has moved a step closer

to its $1.2 million makeover.

A new name for the site, Te

Papa Kura Redcliffs Park and

landscape plan was approved by

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board in its meeting

last Wednesday.

The two new sports fields will

be made available for all sports

codes and will be subject to an

allocation process.

Use of the existing buildings

located in the southern corner of

the park will be determined by

city council staff via an open expression

of interest and a request

for proposal process.

The landscape plan also

includes keeping the existing

playground and sandpit.

There will also be a picnic

and barbecue area, with some

play equipment for toddlers and

petanque and history boards.

The Māori name of Te Papa

Kura was gifted to the city council

by Te Ngāi Tūāhuriri Upoko

Te Maire Tau.

In English, papa means park.

Kura means school and is also

another word for red.


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• By Louis Day

LONG-TIME Sumner

resident Sam Bradley did

not expect to interrupt a

car theft when walking his

dog on Mariner St.

Mr Bradley unwittingly

came across two

individuals attempting to

steal a car on Mariner St at

about 5.30am on March 12.

“I noticed a car coming

up to the intersection

in front of me that had

stalled, came out and

stalled again, it started up

again moved a bit forward

and stalled again,” he said.

The two individuals then

got out of the car.

“I thought they were

getting out to push it so I

started heading towards

them. When they saw

me and another man

who was also walking his

dog coming over to help,

they both high-tailed it

• By Louis Day

RESIDENTS ARE not

happy with the progress

being made to repair the

Moncks Bay tram shelter.

The 85-year-old building

on Main Rd has been

closed since Christmas

Eve after an

assessment

indicated the

condition of

the roof had

compromised

Christine

Toner

the structural

integrity of

the shelter,

leaving it

to another car that was

waiting for them.”

The thieves left the stolen

vehicle in the middle of

the road and escaped in a

getaway car.

A large number

of vehicle thefts

and break-ins have

been reported

on the Sumner

Community

Facebook page in

recent months.

Sergeant Franco

Lovrich was unable

to confirm whether there

had been a spike in crime.

However, Mr Bradley,

who has lived in Sumner

for more than 40 years,

said this was the worst

spate of crime he had seen

in the area.

“I have not been aware

of as many going on in

the past.” Mr Bradley

said the crime cameras

vulnerable to quakes.

A design for repair of

the tram shelter has been

completed and is currently

being peer-reviewed.

City council manager

of transport operations

Steffan Thomas said the

start date for repairs would

depend on funding availability.

However, Redcliffs Residents

Association chairwoman

Christine Toner

said she would like to see

things move a lot faster.

“There does not seem to

be any kind of priority for

it and it seems to be getting

more and more damaged

as we move towards winter,”

she said.

Association secretary Pat

PREVENTION:

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Sumner

group is still

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cameras to

deter criminal

behaviour in

the suburb.

Sumner dog walker

interrupts car thieves

Darrell

Latham

the community has been

calling for would at least

work as a deterrent.

Safer Sumner asked

the Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community

Board for $16,000

after the price of the

cameras skyrocketed

from $4000 to

$20,000 due to

police requesting the

cameras be aligned

with their system.

Community board

member Darrell

Latham said it was still

waiting on technical

information regarding the

cameras.

“The board will then

be in a better position to

make an informed decision

and Safer Sumner will be

advised as soon as possible

thereafter so that they can

consider their options,” he

said.

Tram shelter progress too

slow – residents association

DANGEROUS: The tram shelter on Main Rd was

closed due to concerns over the condition of the

roof.

McIntosh previously told

Bay Harbour News it had

urged city council to do

something about the tram

shelter long before it was

closed.

“We have been asking

them [city council] to repair

the shelter for at least

the last year,” she said.

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News

Local

News

Now

Fund for hero who confronted accused gunman

• By Louis Day

A FUND has been started for the

man who stood up to the alleged

gunman at the Linwood Mosque.

Abdul Aziz, who owns

A-antiques new and second-hand

goods and furniture in Redcliffs,

confronted the accused when

he began killing people at the

Linwood mosque.

Mr Aziz threw an Eftpos

machine at the gunman and

eventually chased him away.

Sumner resident Sophie Walton

said she started the fund to show

that he had the support of the

community.

“I think it is just to show that we

are there and support what he has

done,” she said.

Donations are being collected at

the Redcliffs Pharmacy and more

than $1000 has been raised within

the space of a week.

Miss Walton described Mr

Aziz as warm and friendly in the

times she interacted with him

at his second-hand goods

store.

Mr Aziz’s store has been closed

since the shooting.

However, Mr Aziz announced

last Thursday on the store’s

Facebook page that he could be

reopening soon.

Surfers hold special memorial

Fire rages, homes at risk

•From page 1

Ms Senger said she and fellow

event organiser Lauren Soper

initially expected 50 people to

show up.

Ms Senger said she was blown

away by the turnout.

“I am a Canadian living in

New Zealand and I love this

country. In the wake of these

events, it has been remarkable

how everyone has really come

together, it is something I have

never experienced in my life.”

Sumner’s Alice Mayo said the

minute’s silence on the water was

“quite moving.”

“It was really cool being all in

one spot together, the turnout

was just insane,” she said.

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AROHA: The noticeboard along the skate ramp of Nayland St was quickly filled

with messages of support.

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Support for community

comes in many forms

Sumner Hub

volunteer

Andrea

Heffernan

outlines how

residents in

the bays area

can support

the Muslim

community following

the mosque shootings

Being geographically

disconnected from the

location of the tragedies,

there was a need for locals

to be able to express their

grief and thoughts over the

last week.

Bays area communities

are used to banding together

in times of need, as

the earthquakes illustrated.

An immediate response

was the Aroha from Sumner

boards left outside the

skate ramp, where people

could leave their messages

or words of encouragement.

By looking at the young

handwriting, young peoples’

comments echoed,

‘If you hear or see anyone

spouting hate or discrimination

of any kind, call

them out, it is not okay,’

and from Amy: ‘You have

all our support, we will

always pray for you’.

These have now been

delivered to the wall of tributes

outside the Linwood

Ave mosque.

You may have seen the

“kotahitanga” (unity) signs

installed along Redcliffs,

also showing

our messages

of support. The

old-adage of

‘there is a certain

healing power of

giving in time of

need’, has been

illustrated by

locals. There has been an

overwhelming response

to the call out for donated

items.

The Sumner Hub has

been acting as a drop-off

point for any local residents

wanting to donate goods.

Requirements change

during a day, so the Hub

has been a liaison between

organisations such as the

Christchurch Refugee

Centre.

The Hubs’ community

development and events

manager Liza Sparrow says:

‘We have been humbled by

the response from our local

community. It’s been a

privilege to collect and then

share donated grocery and

care packages to Christchurch’s

Muslim community.

Smaller care packages

have also been gifted to

local residents to acknowledge

their role in this tragedy.

I guess it’s times like

this that we truly test our

community spirit. Once

again, thank you, Sumner

has been very generous.’

How you can assist:

•Food for families - drop

off at the Sumner Hub, 57

Nayland St from 10am-

12pm Monday-Friday or

next door at The Ivy.

•Alternatively, you

could take donated goods

yourselves to The Refugee

Centre, 38 Nursery Rd,

Phillipstown.

•Daily update shared via

the official page for dispersing

information and support

for victims/families in

Christchurch. Canterbury

Refugee Resettlement and

Resource Centre

Community well-being:

•Tea and coffee at

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre, daily from 10am

until Friday, 29th March.

•Sumner Walking Group,

meet at the Sumner Hub,

10am each Wednesday

•Sumner Writer’s Group,

meet at the Sumner Hub,

1.30pm alternate Mondays

•Art@SumnerHub, email

hub@sumnerresidents.

co.nz for session times.

The Hub will remain

a collection point in the

weeks ahead as we’re

acutely aware that the pain

does not disappear along

with the media attention.

The Sumner Hub welcomes

all donations.


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Wednesday March 27 2019

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Bree completes her Strawberry Candy Kiss

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The founder of ‘Glamour Cake’, Bree is based

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“Dad won’t be retiring just yet,” said Bree.

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as he is my number one mentor and such an

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The Lyttelton Bakery is a staple in the local

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Since launching her unique brand four years

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In light of the recent events in Christchurch

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Runners, joggers and walkers turned out for the 45th Star Media City2Surf on Sunday. About 10,000

people set off from Centennial Park in Spreydon for the 14km event or Hansen Park in Opawa for the

6km, ending the fun run in Ferrymead. Karen Casey was there to capture these images

PAGE 15

Fire rages, homes at risk

Greg Burrell receiving a black armband.

Alice Egan, 14, Isabelle O’Carroll, 15, and Bing Lin warm up before the

start.

Mya Kingi with her father Cedrick Brendan

Kingi.

Runners and walkers leave the start line,

some in colourful costumes.

The first man home was Chris Dryden, the first

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Sumner ready for metro rugby season

• By Gordon Findlater.

SUMNER ARE going through

their final preparations before

the premier metro rugby

competition starts on Saturday.

They defeated Linwood in a

game of three halves between

the clubs’ premier and division

two sides at the weekend. It was

Sumner’s final

hit-out ahead

of their season

opener against

Christchurch

at Christchurch

Park on Saturday.

Sumner will be

Martin

Dodgson

without two of

last year’s stars in

Dylan Nel – who

won the 2017 metro rugby MVP

medal race by the largest margin

in the award’s history – and

Filimoni Waqainabete – who was

the club’s top try scorer last year.

Nel is playing for Dunedin

club Green Island after signing

for Otago in the Mitre 10 Cup

DANIEL WHITEHOUSE broke

the Le Race course record to

claim back-to-back titles on

Saturday.

Whitehouse won the 100km

cycle race from Christchurch to

Akaroa last year after just having

an appendix removed. The odds

were also not in his favour this

year after he punctured a tyre

halfway through the race.

The new record time of 2hr

35min 28sec is even more

remarkable considering an

enforced slow start through

the city due to limited police

resources.

Said Whitehouse: “On top of

that, the replacement wheel was

a bit narrower so my front break

wasn’t working very well, and

I had to hold off the speed a bit

downhill.”

On the final stretch,

RESULTS:

Men:

1. Daniel Whitehouse 2hr 35min

28sec

2. Andew Bidwell 2:37:21

3. Michael Vink 2:37.29

4. Jason Christie 2:39:03

5. Jake Marryatt 2:39:29

SPORT

last year, while Waqainabete

has picked up a contract with

Japanese Top League club

Panasonic Wild Knights.

Said Sumner coach Martin

Dodgson: “It’s like when you cut

down a tree in the forest. Yes, it

leaves a big gap, but it also leaves

a bit of sun for everyone else.”

Sumner have acquired four

Japanese club players for the start

of the season. They will host a

first-five and loose forward from

Robbie Deans’ club the Wild

Knights. A prop and centre from

the Hino Red Dolphins will also

ply his trade for Sumner.

Dodgson is also pleased to

see the return of a number of

old boys to the club who have

come back after a spell out of the

game. The added depth allowed

Sumner to hold an internal trial

Daniel Whitehouse

Whitehouse waited for one last

steep climb to make his move,

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Bidwell and previous recordholder

Michael Vink at the finish

line.

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7. Kees Duyvensteyn 2:40:21

8. Richard Lawson 2:42:02

9. Paul Odlin 2:42:03

10. Jamie Dennis 2:42:41

Women:

1. Kate McIlroy 2:49:13

2. Henrietta Christie 2:57:31

week last Tuesday between 38

players across the premier and

division two teams.

Tom Manly and Joel Rabbidge

have been named co-captains for

the upcoming season.

“Both have done it on and off

in the past and both of them have

completely separate personalities,

which is a plus,” said Dodgson.

“Manly is very much a just

tear it apart, rip into it and get

in the middle of everything. Joel

is probably the quieter public

relations kind of captain.”

•Sumner’s opening round

match against Christchurch

kicks off at 2.45pm on Saturday.

NEW FACES: Sumner will

be without last year’s top try

scorer Filimoni Waqainabete

who has signed with

Japanese Top League club

Panasonic Wild Knights.

PHOTO: TONY BRUNT

Another Le Race title for Whitehouse

In the women’s race, the

frustrations of losing last year’s

race on the finish line was the

perfect motivation for Kate

McIlroy to finally win Le Race

in her third attempt and smash

the record by 9min. “I didn’t

just want to win the race, but

destroy the record,” said McIlroy,

a former Olympic triathlete who

won in 2hr 49min 10sec.

The 37-year-old said she “was

done with Le Race” after ticking

the cycling classic off her bucket

list. Both race winners picked

up $500 cheques, as well as the

$500 bonus from Harcourts

Holmwood for beating the

course record.

The 53km Le Petite Race to

Little River was won by Chris

Ross in the men’s race and

Sammie Walker in the women’s

race.

3. Julia Grant 3:02:54

4. Annamarie Lipp 3:06:29

5. Georgia Christie 3:06:32

6. Jojo Bauer 3:06:54

7. Andrea Hewitt 3:11:01

8. Sara Harnett 3:14:50

9. Sue Marshall 3:15:34

10. Ally Wollaston 3:17:17

Bays shoot their way to

top of premier league

FERRYMEAD BAYS have

shot to the top of the Mainland

Premier League following a

come-from-behind 3-2 win

against FC Twenty 11 at the

weekend.

After a scoreless opening half,

Bays had to come from behind

twice before accounting for FC.

Alex Williams put FC in front

in the 53rd-minute before Bays’

Ryan Nicholson scored against

his former side 5min later to

level the score. Alex Johnston

then made the most of a defensive

error to put FC back in

front minutes later. With 18min

to play, Jamie Draper locked

up the scoreboard again before

Scott Rowlands scored his

second goal in as many rounds

to secure all the points on offer

for Bays.

The win puts Bays on six

points after their opening

round 2-1 win over defending

champions Cashmere Technical.

After two rounds, Bays

are now the only team to not

drop a point and sit two points

clear of Nelson Suburbs and

STRIKE: Scott Rowlands

scored the winning goal

for Ferrymead Bays.

PHOTO: MIDFIELD SPORT

PHOTOGRAPHY

Nomads United. In other round

two results, Nelson Suburbs

defeated Nomads 4-2, Cashmere

Technical edged Selwyn 2-0,

and Western caused what many

would consider an upset defeating

Coastal Spirit 2-1.

Bays play Nelson Suburbs

at 1pm on Saturday at English

Park.


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Mr Handforth said WorkSafe

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The New Zealand Mounted

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THE ST Andrew’s Co lege big

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to undertake work.

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As a tribute to those who

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Mr A pleton said it was

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The band dedicated it se to

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• By Georgia O’Co nor-Harding

A CRACKDOWN on mobile

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be l oming.

However, the public has li tle

interest in having input into the

i sue.

Only eight submi sions were

received for a potential bylaw

aimed at regulating commercial

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The district council wi l be

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to figh the city council over

funding.

Signatures are being co lected

in a bid to get funding for a community

facility in Shirley.

It comes after the city council

removed funding for the centre

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prolapse.

Dr Kanji endorses Inversion as the best

method to manage back pain, he has

personally been using the Teeter Inversion

tables for his own low back pain, has Teeter

Inversion tables at both of his clinics in

Wellington (The Sports and Pain Clinic) and

has had such success that he is now conducting

New Zealand’s largest study on Inversion

Therapy. In his own words, "these things are

gold and inversion should be a first line

treatment for low back pain”.

*Dr Kanji does not recieve royalties from the sale of Teeter Inversion Tables

Inversion NZ Ltd

0800 62 62 83

www.inversionnz.co.nz

Inversion helps to:

• Relieve Back Pain

• Relieve Neck Pain

• Relieve Muscle Tension

• Stimulate Blood And

Lymph Flow

• Improve Posture

• Increase Flexability

Come and see us at omne of our shows for a free treatment

See the red bar at the bottom of the page for details

SOUTH ISLAND AGRICULTURAL

FIELD DAYS

Covered Marque Site C75

Wed 27 - Fri 29 March 9am - 6pm

After twelve years there is a growing number of medical

professionals in New Zealand endorsing the use of traction as

one of the best methods of treating back pain

CHRISTCHURCH BACK PAIN EXPO

Cashmere Primary School

Staff carpark off Dyers Pass Road

Sat 30 - Sun 31 March 10am - 4pm

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