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Getting creative

Azi Cray, of Parklands,

concentrates hard on her LEGO

creation. The 3-year-old took

part in Imagination Station’s

Brick School at Tūranga library.

The holiday programme for

children includes activities

such as playing in the LEGO pit,

challenges and learning new

things.

Pages 4-5 Page 9

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Police

will be

armed

at Anzac

service

• By Matt Slaughter

ARMED POLICE will be at the

New Brighton Anzac Day service

on Thursday.

Sergeant Jim Currie said police

would be armed because of

increased public safety concerns

after the March

15 mosque

shootings, which

left 50 people

dead.

“There’s still

perceived threat

in that high-risk

area after the attack.

That’s why

Jim Currie

there’s a need for firearms, unfortunately,”

said Sergeant Currie.

More than 500 people usually

attend the New Brighton

service at the cenotaph on Marine

Pde.

The Burwood Anzac Day service

has been cancelled, but the

Aranui one will go ahead. There

will be no police presence.

Aranui neighbourhood policing

Sergeant Steve Sibley said a police

presence was not necessary.

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THE NEW Brighton Museum has a great

tribute to local men who fought in World

War 1 and 2 (see page 1).

The museum has three books on display

for people to look over which contains a

treasure trove of information.

Aptly named The New Brighton Boys, World War 1 is the

main focus, but there is also detail on those who fought in campaigns

during World War 2.

No doubt there will be much discussion over the faces in the

books and the resemblance to their descendants today.

The exhibition has been created by museum volunteers Fay

Lal and Margaret Uhrbom, while the information in the books

was researched by museum treasurer Margaret Kelso.

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Brighton’s $4.3 million upgrade

• By Matt Slaughter

A $4.3 million plan to improve

Marine Pde and parts of New

Brighton Mall will go ahead.

After considering 174 submissions,

the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board approved an

approach, which would improve

the road and the mall.

This will involve

footpaths

being widened

to make way for

outdoor dining

areas, bus

stops moving,

the speed limit

David East

decreasing

to 30km/h

between Beresford

and Hawke Sts and the

installation of new ​artwork and

native plants.

Work will begin in September

and the city council aims to have

the project completed by December.

At the latest, the developments

will be finished before

the Coast to Coast and opening

of the hot pools scheduled for

March next year.

New Brighton Business and

Landowners Association chairwoman

Rebecca Tavete said

the project would improve New

Brighton’s overall appeal.

“I think that it will encourage

people to walk Marine Pde, to

use Marine Pde, rather than

it just being a drive by area,

because it’s currently mostly

that. It’s not really encouraging

anyone to stop and enjoy that

zone.”

The project will not include

the much sought after extension

of Oram Ave from New Brighton

Mall to Hawke St, because

that project is being overseen by

Development Christchurch.

However, Mrs Tavete said

she hoped the completion of

the Marine Pde improvements

would be followed closely by this

and other significant projects in

the area.

“You’ve got to move in phases

to achieve a bigger development.

If we consider this as phase one

and then the pools coming life,

then the natural progression is

that I’m sure before the pools are

actually opened, the Oram Ave

extension will be ticked off.”

Mrs Tavete said she had some

concerns about the safety of

pedestrians once the project was

completed, but there was still

DEVELOPMENT:

A $4.3 million

plan to improve

Marine Pde and

parts of New

Brighton Mall

is scheduled

to begin in

September.

time for the city council to take

these and other concerns into

consideration. Coastal Ward

city councillor David East said

of all the options, the one that

had been approved would have

the most positive impact on New

Brighton as a whole.

“It’s one that offers a bit

of flexibility . . . Marine Pde

was the prime focus and staff

have suggested that there is a

possibility of being able to do

a small amount of work in the

mall.”

Local

News

Now

In Brief

Fire rages, homes at risk

BEXLEY PARK REPAIRS

Work to repair the damaged

driveway in Bexley Park will

begin next month and the project

will be finished by early June.

The driveway will remain open

while repairs take place. The

commencement and completion

dates will depend on weather

conditions.

FUNDING APPROVED

Chisnallwood Intermediate

School has been granted $1500

towards its graduate jazz band

trip to the Music in the Summer

Air Shanghai Youth Summer

Music Camp. The Coastal-

Burwood Community Board

agreed to contribute $250 to

each of the band’s members to

go towards flights. The board

also approved a $3500 grant

for the Neighbourhood Trust

Parenting Week event and $6000

towards its own Coastal-Burwood

Community Board Thank You

event.

POST SERVICE UPDATE

New Zealand Post is looking for

a new business to partner with

at The Palms Shopping Centre,

after splitting from Kiwibank.

Postal services will continue to

be provided in the mall, while a

new partner is being searched for.

Kiwibank has announced it will

now operate a standalone branch

at its current site.

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Police will

be armed at

Anzac service The New Brighton Boys

•From page 1

“Looking at the numbers, we’re

expecting less than 100 people

versus the one in town, which I

think is expecting about

15,000 people,” Sergeant Sibley

said.

“It’s just a numbers game. It

would be nice, but we just don’t

have the numbers to spread

around to every single one,” he

said.

Sergeant Sibley said patrol

officers would still keeping a close

eye on the service.

“They’ll be aware of all the sites,

so there still might be a drive past

by us regardless.”

Burwood Ward city councillor

Glenn Livingstone and

Coastal-Burwood Ward

Community Board member Linda

Stewart will be laying a wreath

at the Burwood War Memorial

Cenotaph on New Brighton Rd

sometime after 10am.

•The New Brighton service

will start at 10am at the New

Brighton War Memorial

Cenotaph, with the Aranui

ceremony scheduled for

11am at St Ambrose Anglican

Church on Thursday

Telling the stories of New

exhibition tells the stories

of 62 World War 1 and

2 soldiers with links to

the area. Matt Slaughter

spoke to its creators to

find out the inspiration

behind it

NEW BRIGHTON Museum

volunteers Fay Lal and Margaret

Uhrbom have created an

exhibition called The New

Brighton Boys, which includes

the faces and stories of 62 World

War 1 and 2 soldiers with strong

links to the area.

These are told in three books,

which are available for visitors to

look at.

The information within the

books was researched by New

Brighton Museum treasurer

Margaret Kelso, 76, who has

lived in New Brighton almost all

of her life.

Mrs Kelso said the books

included details on the family

histories of New Brighton

soldiers, where they fought, if

they returned home and for

those who died, where they are

buried.

She said she recognised a few

of their family names and her

grandparents grew up in New

Brighton and would have known

some of the men featured in the

books.

The exhibition largely features

men from the area who fought

in World War 1.

“It’s mostly World War 1, but

there’s a few from World War 2

as well,” Mrs Kelso said.

Her interest came from being

involved in the New Brighton

community for many years.

“The district is really

important to me,” she said.

“They’re very notable people,

REMEMBERED:

Margaret

Uhrbom (left)

and Fay Lal

have helped

create The

New Brighton

Boys display in

New Brighton

Museum, which

tells the stories

of 62 World War

1 and 2 soldiers

with strong links

to the area.

PHOTO: MARTIN

HUNTER

very brave people. They fought

for us and I think they deserve

recognition.”Mrs Kelso said the

soldiers in the books had similar

lifestyles to those living in

the area today day, with many

belonging to the local surf

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Brighton’s World War 1 soldiers

Mrs Lal said the

information Mrs Kelso had

collected about the soldiers

needed to be shared with the

community.

“We wanted to present these

books in a meaningful way,” she

said.

“We had this material available

to us, so why not get it out there

and present it to the people that

come into the museum.”

Mrs Uhrbom said there were

still families in the area who are

connected to some of the men

from the exhibition who fought in

World War 1.

She said The New Brighton Boys

display would play an

important role in ensuring these

links were not forgotten over

time.

“Obviously, they’re dead

and buried and gone and their

direct families in most cases are

dead and gone as well, but their

offspring are here . . . old families

are still in New Brighton and

it’s respectful,” Mrs Uhrbom

said.

Ronald Barrett: Attended Central New

Brighton School before he fought in

Gallipoli and France. He was killed

at Flers in Somme on September

16, 1916. He is remembered on the

Caterpillar Valley New Zealand

Memorial in Longueval, France.

Norman Packham: Lived on Pages

Rd and went to Central New Brighton

School. He fought in Étaples, France,

was killed on August 26, 1918 and was

buried in Bagneux British Cemetery

in Somme, France. His name is on the

Burwood War Memorial.

Leslie Hulbert: Fought at Gallipoli and

the Somme. He was killed on October

21, 1916 at the Battle of the Somme.

He was buried in Dartmoor Cemetery

at Bécordel-Bécourt, France. He is

remembered on a family grave in

Linwood.

John Leversedge: Attended Central

New Brighton School. He fought in

Egypt and Gallipoli and returned to

New Zealand in 1916 after contracting

enteritis. He died in Christchurch on

November 24, 1918 and was buried at

Papanui Anglican Church Cemetery.

• The New Brighton Boys

exhibition will be on display

at New Brighton Museum,

8 Hardy St daily between

1-3pm until May 1

Bill Wakefield: Fought in World War

2 and lived in New Brighton. He was

killed in action at El Alamein in Egypt

on July 11, 1942.

Geoffrey Bargrove: Attended New

Brighton District School and was a

cadet on the S.S. Aparima. The ship

was sunk by a German U-boat near

the Isle of Wight on 19 November,

1917. He is remembered at the Tower

Hill Memorial for marine casualties.

William Bellamy: Lived on Lonsdale

St and attended Central New Brighton

School. He was reported missing in

action in the Somme in France on

July 19, 1916. His name is on the Cite

Bonjean New Zealand Memorial in

Armentières, Nord, France.

Francis Richards: His parents lived

on Seaview Rd. He was part of the

Gallipoli landings and was shot and

killed on May 9, 1915. He was buried in

Lancashire Landing Cemetery, Cape

Helles, Turkey. There is a memorial for

him in Linwood Cemetery.

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Bid to fast track repairs

• By Matt Slaughter

GOING PUBLIC may

have fast tracked repairs to

Mairehau Rd.

Last week Grant Donnell

and his neighbour Terry

Marsh spoke to the Pegasus

Post about their frustrating

battle to convince the city

council the road needs to be

fixed. They believed traffic

going over potholes was

causing cracks in their homes.

Burwood Ward city

councillor Glenn Livingstone

also got involved and took

the concerns to the Coastal-

Burwood Community Board

last Monday. The board has

asked city council staff to

prioritise the repair of the

road. Cr Livingstone visited

the site last Wednesday.

Mr Donnell had been

emailing and calling the city

council for four years to get

the road repaired.

But he said in spite of Cr

Livingstone’s initial failure to

act on the issue when he first

raised it with him in February,

he was thankful that there was

not action.

“That feels great. He came

over and I did give him an

earful . . . I said I want you to

go fight for your constituents.

He did it, 100 per cent.”

Mr Donnell said it was

crucial Cr Livingstone

continued to push for the

repairs to start as soon as

possible, given some of the

new developments.

“The sooner the better,

because you’ve got Shirley

Boys’ and Avonside Girls’ over

this side of town now, so we’re

going to have 10 times the

amount of traffic.”

Cr Livingstone said he

asked staff to complete

the repair of Mairehau Rd

between Daytona Pl and

Medina Crescent in the 2019-

20 financial year instead of the

2020-21 year, as planned.

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Livingstone said the work

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Rd residents

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Burwood Ward

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Glenn Livingstone

to ask staff to

bring these repairs

forward.

PHOTO: MARTIN

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Akaroa - by the Fire Station ...............................................11.15am

Aranui - St Ambrose Church ................................................... 11am

Burnham Dawn Parade - Army Camp Gates .....................6am

Cust - Cust Community Centre.............................................10am

Diamond Harbour - Preserved Cook School

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Darfield - District War Memorial.......................................8.45am

Dunsandal - District War Memorial ................................ 8.30am

Fendalton - St Barnabas Church ..........................................10am

Kaiapoi - RSA Service War Memorial ............................ 6.30am

Kaiapoi - Parade cnr of Sewell and Davie St ............. 9.45am

Leeston - Leeston Rugby Club Pavilion ..................... 10.30am

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Springfield - Tawera Memorial Hall ....................................... 11am

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App to help report bad smells

• By Julia Evans

BROMLEY’S ODOUR issues

could soon be solved through

mobile phones.

Environment Canterbury

and the city council have been

working together to investigate

the ongoing issue of bad smells

from industrial activity in the

area.

Now ECan has beta-tested an

app, which would let residents

and industries file and respond to

odour complaints in real time.

ECan manager zone delivery

Paul Hulse said the public will be

able to use the app to report how

odour is impacting their environment

and amenity.

“They can advise us where they

were when they smelt the odour,

the intensity of the smell, what

it smelt like and how long the

odour lasted for. They can also

see other reports of odour on a

real-time map,” he said.

But Mr Hulse said the project

was in the very early stage.

A prototype was piloted with

previous complainants to help understand

localised odour issues.

“The app, while promising,

needs further development and

testing before a decision can be

made as to if the solution will be

implemented for full community

use/rollout.”

Bromley has long had an odour

problem.

The organics processing plant

Living Earth on Metro Place,

which deals with the contents of

green bins, has been the source of

most of the complaints.

In 2016, a putrid stench

wafted over the suburb plaguing

residents and forcing Bromley

School to close for two days,

though the source was never

determined.

Mr Hulse said the community

would be able to notify ECan

quickly and easily if they are having

issues which would increase

its response time.

“It will also assist us to rule

in and rule out potential odour

emitting sources by running the

app notification against our wind

data and other public notifications.”

Potential odour emitting

industries in the area will also be

able to use the app.

BAD SMELL:

Environment

Canterbury is

beta-testing

an app which

would help

address

ongoing odour

issues in

Bromley, such

as from Living

Earth.

“We have made contact with

many businesses in the Bromley

area to find out what potential

odours they emit – we can use

this information in conjunction

with the app to rule in and rule

out potential odour sources,” Mr

Hulse said.

“We are also inviting potential

odour emitting industries to

meetings to discuss what work

we can do in conjunction with

industry to improve odour in the

area.”

Tuesday April 23 2019

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Barriers to

improve

road safety

NEW FLEXIBLE road safety

barriers that help stop head-on

crashes and save lives are being

installed on QE II Dr between

Innes and Burwood Rds.

The barriers are part of a $2.5

million New Zealand Transport

Agency road safety project that

is due to be finished in June.

It includes barriers down the

side and middle of the road, road

widening, and high-performance

road marking that makes

it easier for motorists to see the

road ahead in the dark.

NZTA transport systems

manager Pete Connors said

the barriers will make a real

difference as many of the crashes

on that stretch of highway

involve cars colliding head-on or

running off the road.

“Flexible road safety barriers

‘catch’ vehicles that leave their

lane before they hit something

less forgiving – like other

vehicles or trees, poles or

ditches,’’ Mr Connor said.

There will be changes to

the road layout and speed

restrictions between Innes Rd

and Burwood Rd while the work

is done.

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News

Toughen up call aimed at council

• By Matt Slaughter

THE CITY council is being

urged to toughen its policing of

freedom campers along Marine

Pde.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim Money

said she is concerned about the

number of vehicles, which are

not self-contained using the car

parks.

Ms Money

said some

campers were

getting away

with this by

using fake

Kim Money

stickers with

the words “selfcontained”

on

them.

“Clearly the vans that have

got the stickers on aren’t selfcontained.

We see them using

the facilities at Thomson Park

and North Beach especially.”

A city council spokesperson

said staff were aware of these

concerns and had measures in

place to police this.

“Compliance officers check

the displayed warrant card and

self-containment certificate

to demonstrate compliance.

Compliance officers also have

the option of cross-checking

certification details with the

available registers of certified

REGULATE: Kim Money wants the approach towards

determining fake self-containment stickers on vehicles using

freedom camping areas along Marine Pde to be strengthened.

vehicles. However, not all

certified vehicles are listed on the

relevant registers.”

The spokesperson said

determining the validity of selfcontainment

stickers had been

an issue for the city council.

The Ministry of Business,

Innovation and Employment

and the Responsible Camping

Working Group were looking

into ways to manage this more

effectively, said MBIE manager

of tourism system and insights

Richard Davies.

“There are multiple issues with

the self-contained campervan

standard that are of concern

to MBIE and the Responsible

Camping Working Group.

. . . A new approach is being

developed,” he said.

Though a combination of

measures is required to ensure

freedom campers followed

the rules, strengthening the

tools available to monitor selfcontainment

stickers would help

with this, Mr Davies said.

“Addressing the enforcement

of the self-contained standard is

just one part of getting the whole

system right.”

Ms Money said when the

MBIE had decided the best way

to monitor self-containment

stickers, she hoped the city

council would take its advice on

board.

“It’s a nationwide thing and

anything we can do to make it a

happy experience for everybody

all round is going to be definitely

worth it.”

The community board’s

request to the city council in

February to add additional

signage to stop vehicles that are

not self-contained using the

North Beach and Thomson Park

car parks was not acted

on.

The spokesperson said the

current number of signs was

adequate based on the current

bylaws in the areas.

“There are ‘self-contained only’

camping signs in all the lay-by

areas opposite Thomson Park,

and two signs at the North Beach

car park. While more signs could

be put in, staff have advised this

is unlikely to have much of an

effect as the existing signs are

easily visible.”

Local

News

Now

Feedback

on pump

track plan

Fire rages, homes at risk

CONSULTATION on a proposed

pump track at the site of the

former Shirley Community

Centre will now go ahead.

The city council approved a

$87,850 grant for a relocatable

track for bikes, scooter and skateboards.

It came after the Papanui-

Innes Community Board was

approached by Shirley Primary

School pupil Shannon Smith, who

organised a petition for a bike or

skate park.

Board chairwoman Ali Jones

said it was important to get the

funding before consultation.

She said there had been cases in

the past where consultation has

been completed only to find there

was no money available.

“Consulting on something

creates an expectation in a community

and we did not want to

do that if there was no money

available. In fact, as this is temporary,

I am advised that we aren’t

required to consult but this isn’t

about what’s required, this is

about talking with and listening

to our community about activating

a site that has not been used as

a community space for more than

eight years.”


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Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

JP Clinic

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

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

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

Ascot Sit and Be Fit

Wednesday, 1-2pm and on

Thursday, 9.30-10.30am

Go along and complete a class,

which you complete a number

of exercises without leaving your

chair. The cost is $4 and with

this, you get a hot drink.

Ascot Community Centre, Ascot

Ave

Holiday Programme-

Minecraft Game Zone

Friday, 10am-noon

Book in for a two-hour session

and go along and play Minecraft

to your heart’s content. To

really enjoy this programme,

you’ll need to have a basic

understanding of Minecraft.

New Brighton Library

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly club is on every

Friday, just go along and join the

fun. Free, no bookings required.

Shirley Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Go along and make new

friends, practice English and

learn about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library

New Brighton Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Go and enjoy a warm and fun

atmosphere beside the seaside.

With live entertainment, food,

On Wednesday at Aranui Library from 10am until noon, go along and make a wooden kōauau

(traditional Māori flute) and learn the basics of how to play it. Book your place in advance and get

involved. Suitable for ages seven and up.

free face painting and a great

variety of stalls.

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

Barrier Free Computing

Saturday, 10am-12pm

Barrier Free Computing is

an organization, which offers

assistance with using computers

for people with disabilities in a

supportive setting. Tutors will be

on hand to help beginners with

emailing, accessing the internet,

playing games, researching

homework assignments

and literacy or numeracy

development.

New Brighton Library

Activity Zone

Monday, 3.45-4.45pm

Go and have fun at Activity

Zone, the Shirley Library after

school club. There will be

technology, games, crafts and

books. Suitable for ages 6-10.

Caregivers, please remain in the

library during the session.​Free,

no bookings required.

Shirley Library

Golden Oldies Movie

Screening - Mr Bean’s Holiday

Monday, 1.30pm

Rowan Atkinson stars in

this 2007 comedy. Mr Bean

wins a trip to Cannes where he

unwittingly separates a young

boy from his father and must

help the two come back

together. Go early for a cuppa

and a chat.

New Brighton Museum, 8

Hardy St

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Monday, 10.30-11.30am

Go along to knit and chat

in a relaxed and friendly

environment.

Parklands Library

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2005 Toyota Voxy

Aluminium Boat & Warranted Trailer

AMW Heavyduty Scooter

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1999 Ford Econovan Maxi

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2 Kids Motorcycles

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Flymow Ride-on Mower

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1981 Suzuki Super Carry 2 Kids Motorcycles

Jeep Grand Cherokee

1950s Oak Table & Chairs

2 Kettle Bells (8kg)

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Toyota Caldina Engine

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Tandem Trailer

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