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Pool players

cue to

help

New school a big hit with students

• By Matt Slaughter

LIAM WALKER and Chanelle

Qata have waited a long time

to move into their new school

site.

The Shirley Boys’ and

Avonside Girls’ High head

students and the rest of their

schoolmates were welcomed to

their new shared site at QE II

Park last week.

SBHS students had their

first day of class on Friday

and AGHS was set to start

yesterday after staff and senior

prefects from both schools

were officially welcomed onto

the site with a pōwhiri last

Monday.

Liam said there has been a

real buzz among SBHS students

over the move.

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over plan

to change

Brighton mall,

Marine Pde

• By Matt Slaughter

NOT EVERYONE is happy with

the plan to upgrade Marine Pde

and parts of New Brighton mall.

The New Brighton Residents

Association and newly-formed

Cycle Action New Brighton say

the city council’s plan does not

represent what residents want and

will be unsafe for pedestrians and

cyclists.

Pegasus Post revealed the

planned changes last month, which

received support from Coastal

Ward city councillor David East

and the New Brighton Business

and Landowners Association.

The $4.3 million plan will create

13 new car parks on Marine Pde,

widen footpaths, move bus stops,

decrease the speed limit to 30km/h

between Beresford and Hawke Sts

and establish new ​artwork and

native plants near the mall.

Residents association organiser

Brian Donovan said he is not

convinced the majority of residents

are in favour of Marine Pde,

between Beresford and Hawke Sts,

remaining open to traffic or the

plan to create 13

new car parks.

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from the reporter’s desk

A GROUP of pool players at the Pierside Cafe have raised

about $2000 for New Brighton Health Care patients who need

help affording everyday necessities (see page 5).

The 18 good sorts have been raising $1 a game for about six

months and each game they’re competing to make their way to

the top of a leader board.

They’ve got such a kick out of raising the money that

they’re already thinking of other causes to donate to in the

future.

Darryl Lovell is the man behind the donation drive and says

the players’ pool ability is getting a lot better with all of the

fundraising.

He still thinks they’ve got work to do before they beat him.

Awesome effort guys.

– Matt Slaughter

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Petition started to keep Kmart

• By Matt Slaughter

KMART IN the Palms

Shopping Centre is set to close.

It will mark the end of the

store’s 23-year tenancy at the

mall.

But the news has not gone

down well with residents,

prompting

Shirley’s

Josiah

MacKay

to start a

petition to

save the store.

“Kmart is

the closest

Josiah MacKay

thing

Shirley has

to The Warehouse, the closest

The Warehouse stores are

in Northwood, Linwood or

Riccarton.

“With enough support, I

believe that we could have a

chance in convincing Kmart

Australia to look over their

decision in relocating our Kmart

store.”

AMP Capital, which owns The

Palms, was asked what impact

the closure is expected to have

on trade within the shopping

centre, but did not comment on

this specifically.

Instead, a spokesperson

ON THE MOVE: Residents are concerned the relocation of

The Palms Kmart to Papanui will mean the “death’’ of the

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said “AMP Capital has a longstanding

partnership with

Kmart across its portfolio and

would like to thank Kmart for

its support of the centre since

the store opened. The Palms

looks forward to announcing a

new tenant for this space in due

course.” Meanwhile, Papanui

residents have given the thumbs

up to the store’s relocation to

Langdons Rd.

A 4500 sq m store is set to

open in the Northlink shopping

precinct in early 2020.

Mr MacKay does not oppose

the idea of moving Kmart to

Papanui, but wants an entirely

new store to open at Papanui,

instead of relocating the existing

Shirley store.

A post about the relocation

on the Think Papanui Facebook

page generated more than 3500

comments in 12 hours.

Many expressed their

concerns about the effect it may

have on The Palms and the lack

of access to a Kmart store for

people in the east.

“This will be the death of The

Palms,” said one comment.

However, the move has

sparked positive feedback from

residents in the north-west about

employment opportunities,

less travel distance to Kmart

and a large amount of off-street

parking near the new site.

Kmart New Zealand country

manager Jason Picard said the

decision was part of a vision

to grow the store’s network in

Christchurch.

“We are doing this by

ensuring our stores are in the

best locations to service our

customers now and well into the

future. It’s important we support

the communities we operate

in and we hope customers will

enjoy the benefits of our new

store in Papanui.”

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Fire rages, homes at risk

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installation date. The park’s

existing playground will be

modified to ensure the flying

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The project to repair the

earthquake-damaged tennis

and basketball courts at Donnell

Sports Park in Burwood, and

build a new toilet block, is due

to be completed in August.

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evaluated for the work.

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Dentistry is a common daily surgical

procedure carried out at our Practice. We are

all trained in dentistry and are lucky enough

to have dental radiography which in the case

of Mabel, it proved invaluable in diagnosing

her tooth troubles. Due to most pets poor

dental hygiene ( daily tooth brushing isn’t

a priority for most people), your pet will

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extractions under a general anaesthetic.

Checking a pets teeth and gums is a regular

part of a physical exam.

Pet owners often won’t

pick up early dental

disease, only noticing

their pet is suffering if it

refuses food, salivates

profusely or has a very

smelly breath. Many

pets will exhibit no

clinical symptoms.

Poor dental hygiene

leads to other serious

metabolic diseases like

kidney and liver disease, endocarditis, urinary

tract infections and gastrointestinal disease to

name a few.

In older pets, periodontal disease is common.

Here you get infection and inflammation

around the periodontal ligament and tooth

root due to toxins released from the bacteria

in tartar. Early on gingivitis ( inflammation

around the gingiva) is reversible with

thorough scaling and polishing, then a regular

home care dental programme involving tooth

brushing, various gels to apply to the gums,

prescription dental diets, and occasional large

raw bones that cant be demolished ( canon

bones). If left undiagnosed, gingivitis quickly

evolves into periodontitis and you get loss of

bone around the root and a loose diseased

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to establish her acute pain. It was only after

performing dental radiography that we were

we able to identify the problem tooth - an

upper molar with an abscessed root that

couldn’t be seen from the oral cavity exam.

This tooth was extracted and Mabel recovered

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Make sure your vet thoroughly inspects your

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News

Clock tower set to

be painted green,

ochre and sand

• By Matt Slaughter

THE RESTORED New

Brighton Clock Tower will

be painted green, ochre

and sand.

City council staff told

the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board it will

be repainted to replicate

the colours it had when it

was built in 1934.

City

council

head of

parks

Andrew

Rutledge

said the

original

colours

Andrew

Rutledge

were

revealed

during

the investigation into the

tower’s repair.

“The paint was removed

from the entire structure

in order to expose the

damage underneath. This

also revealed a coloured

plaster finish of multiple

colours. These colours are

believed to be the original

colour scheme for the clock

tower at the time of its

construction in 1934.”

Community board

chairwoman Kim Money

said the decision to use the

original colours was a way

to honour New Brighton’s

past.

However, deputy

chairman Tim Sintes is

concerned discussing the

colour scheme at this stage

may seem like a way to

distract people from the

fact the clock tower repair

has still not started.

“I think they’re just

trying to keep us interested

NEW LOOK: The New Brighton Clock tower will be

painted green, ochre and sand – the original colours

used when it was built in 1934.

because it’s been going on

for so long.”

Mr Rutledge said this

was not the case and the

decision was important

given the repairs would be

starting soon.

“This is not correct.

We are in the process of

evaluating tenders and

finalising the approach.”

In spite of this, Mr Sintes

said he is not holding

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out hope the clock tower

repairs will be moved

forward.

“From what we’re

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the clock tower is months

and months away. I think

it might be closer to

Christmas.”

Work will start when the

repair contract has been

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Pool players

cue to help

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Slaughter

PATIENTS struggling to afford

everyday necessities have

received a helping hand from a

group of pool players.

For about six months, $1 a

game has been collected at the

Pierside Cafe to donate to New

Brighton Health Care to help

patients in need.

South New Brighton’s Darryl

Lovell said what started as a way

to raise money for a beer or two

led to the idea to give back.

“When we first started up, we

did it as a bit of a fun thing to

try and help improve our pool

. . . originally, we were going to

have a few beers on it, but then

we realised that there’s a lot of

money in there.

“It’s for the people who can’t

afford their scripts, who have got

kids, or can’t afford their doctor’s

fees. We wanted to put it back

into our own community.”

Mr Lovell said 18 pool players

helped raise the money.

The players were part of

a ladder competition and

could challenge each other

for $1 a game to attempt to

make their way to the top of the

ladder.

The first time Mr Lovell

opened the donation box, he said

about $1000 had been raised and

when he opened it for a second

time last week he was pleased to

find a further $900.

He said the players were

thrilled and were already

considering other community

initiatives to donate to in the

future.

“If we can get some other

ideas for where to give the money

from different people out in

Brighton each time, it would be

good.

“It’s actually money for nothing

and we’re getting enjoyment out

of it as well.”

GENEROUS: Rob Mather, Denis Hewison, Darryl Lovell and Phil Church have been donating the

proceeds of their pool games to patients at New Brighton Health Care.

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Concerns mounting over New Brighton plan

•From page 1

The residents association and

Cycle Action New Brighton

will collect feedback on the

community’s concerns for

consideration by the city council.

Mr Donovan said of

174 submissions made,

the majority called for

Marine Pde, between

Hawke and Beresford Sts,

to be closed to traffic and

most were against the

new car parks.

However, city council

head of transport Richard

Osborne said only 28 per

cent of the submissions

supported closing Marine Pde

to traffic now, and 46 per cent

supported doing this in the

future when there are more

pedestrians and Oram Ave is

Brian

Donovan

extended.

Mr Osborne said no submitters

asked for less parking on Marine

Pde, but many wanted more, or

better parking, in New Brighton.

However, Mr Donovan said

the current proposal,

which was passed by

the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board,

will make Marine Pde

dangerous.

“There are no

provisions for the cyclists

to get through there . . .

it’s already bad enough

now and it’s only going

to get worse,” he said.

“With a road that’s going to be

congested with a whole lot of

traffic and a playground where

kids are just metres away . . . it’s

not shaping up that well for the

residents in particular.”

Cr East said the design has

features to ensure the safety of

pedestrians and cyclists.

“We are slowing the traffic

down dramatically in the area.

Any non-pedestrian activity

that goes through that area has

to respect that it is primarily

designed for pedestrian access

and we are not at this stage

CHANGES:

Residents groups

have voiced

concerns over

the city council’s

current plan to

change Marine

Pde and parts

of New Brighton

mall.

prohibiting any other forms of

transport from going through.”

In response to Mr Donovan’s

concerns over the planned new

car parks, Cr East said the design

would allow them to be easily

removed if this was necessary.

“I see the design as being

exceedingly flexible to

accommodate change as required

in the future.”

Cycle Action New Brighton

Facebook group admin Celeste

Donovan said ensuring

pedestrian safety does not have to

be expensive, and could be done

with a few tweaks to the current

plan. “I would

like to see that

they scrap this

idea of adding

parking along

Marine Pde.”

Ms Donovan

wants to see the

extra space this

would create

used to build

David East

wider, separated footpaths, which

could be used by cyclists and

pedestrians.

“It’s not a question of opposing

the plan, it’s just opposing the

plan in its current form.”

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Board submits Annual Plan priorities

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Slaughter

IMPROVING people’s “wellbeing”

was a major feature of the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board’s Annual Plan submission.

The board asked the city

council to bring forward funding

for the Oram Ave extension,

build a new

community

facility in

Burwood and

install toilets

closer to the

hydrotherapy

pool at the QE

Kim Money

II Recreation

and Sport

Centre.

The submission also asked for

repairs to the New Brighton War

Memorial cenotaph steps to be

completed, and for roads and

footpaths to be fixed.

The board also wants

stopbanks at the South New

Brighton and Southshore estuary

edges to be made permanent.

A decision should be made by

June on whether these projects

will go ahead.

Chairwoman Kim Money

and member Linda Stewart

presented the board’s submission

to Mayor Lianne Dalziel and city

councillors last week.

NEEDS: The Coastal-Burwood Community Board wants

funding to be made available sooner for the Oram Ave

extension and work on the New Brighton War Memorial

cenotaph to be completed.

Ms Money added some colour

to her opening address with

several rhymes.

“We’ve been hard-hit as

you know, but we need the

opportunity to grow,” she

said.

Ms Money said the projects

proposed to the city council are

important because they have the

potential to improve the mental

health of residents in the Coastal

and Burwood wards.

“Everything is connected to

well-being. It has been for many

years, but it’s even more so now.

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the longer we leave these things

undone, the more it’s affecting

our community’s well-being,”

she said.

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need to still have that budget

injection to do these things to

catch us up, really.”

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she said.

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News

Big move to shared site

•From page 1

“That’s all been very cool,

seeing everybody’s reactions to

the new school and being able

to be part of the formal opening

and formal ceremonies that have

been held to open this brand

new site that’s probably the

newest in the country,” he said.

Chanelle said she and her

fellow AGHS students felt overwhelmed

to finally move onto

the site.

“It’s so real . . . it’s here and

I can’t believe it. I know a lot

of girls are excited. We’re just

mind-blown, it’s a beautiful

space.”

Chanelle said the shared kitchen

areas had proved a hit, while

Liam said the new assembly and

sports hall were his highlights.

However, Chanelle said

shifting sites had come with its

challenges.

“It’s been excitement, but a

lot of confusion because it’s a

massive area compared to our

old school.”

Chanelle and Liam said they

were excited to start learning at

their new school.

Said Chanelle: “It’s a new,

modern way of teaching and we

can’t wait to experience it.”

Said Liam: “Everyone’s very

excited to get back here and start

learning in this brand new, stateof-the-art

environment.”

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News

Now

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Readers continue to

respond to the debate

around the planned

beachside hot pools

Trevor Stanley – While it’s

great to see a start being made

on the hot saltwater pools at

New Brighton, I question their

positioning.

With sea levels predicted

to rise over the next decade,

or beyond, owing to global

warming, I am very surprised to

see the pools close proximity to

the ocean.

Probably just 50m from the

high tide mark. The longawaited

pool complex, consisting

of five hot saltwater pools and

a circular plunge pool, will cost

$11.2 million.

The opening of these pools

may well be the beginning of a

well overdue revival of the entire

New Brighton area. Let’s hope

they become as popular as the

hot pools in Hanmer. Time will

tell. However, I do think that

the vacant, elongated site just

200m south would have been

much more suited. I refer to the

site opposite the amphitheatre

seating bounded by Marine Pde,

Beresford St and Oram Ave.

This is a much bigger site,

faces north and is much more

sheltered.

Garry Knight - Given the

opposing views in 2013 by city

councillors concerning the

New Brighton aquatic facility,

it is encouraging for residents

of this suburb to finally have

this facility inclusive of lap

pool, hot pools, steam room,

sauna fluoride plant room and

cafe. The future Thompson Park

and Rawhiti Domain upgrades,

also the illumination of the New

Brighton Clock Tower bears

testimony to the importance of

landmarks within this area.

Within this context, the hot

pool complex, having superseded

the whale pool, should rightly be

named New Brighton Hot Pools

in keeping with the unique nature

of this iconic seaside suburb.

TIDY: Gihoon Yoon, Keanu Mihaka, Tane McLean, Andrew

Marshell and Tahana Raharuhi helped clean up Linwood last

week.

Young volunteers

clean up Linwood

LINWOOD has been cleaned up

by a group of young volunteers.

Last week, the group picked

up rubbish, cleared graffiti and

disposed of items left on the side

of the road.

More than 40 people from

the World Mission Society

Church of God and Keep

Christchurch Beautiful took part.

Keep Christchurch Beautiful

chairwoman Alexandra Davids

helped on the day.

She said it was a great initiative

to be a part of.

Tane Mclean, who also took

part, said “just cleaning Linwood

Park is a step forward in making

Christchurch beautiful one by

one.”

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SMILES: Haylie Ferreira and Paige Maxwell-McGinn at New Brighton

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YUMMY: Sophie Godsiff with some

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CUTE: Caspian Hollis and Quewin Ferreira at Willowbank.

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Discover

New Brighton

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Learn dance at Studio

One Performing Arts

Patricia Paul, the Director and Principal of Studio

One Performing Arts has been teaching dance in

Christchurch for over 25 years. Some of her former

students are international singing star Hayley

Westenra, Kase Craig, soloist with Ballet de National

in Bordeaux France, Sacha Copeland from the Java

Dance Company and Marysa Dalton who was with the

Royal New Zealand Ballet.

Patricia herself trained with the Royal Academy

of Dancing in Bristol from 5 to 15 years of age and

then went on to London where she danced with the

prestigious Ballet Rambert. She has also performed

with the Athens Ballet Theatre, William Carter,

Serge Keaton, Ruth Meyer, Afshin Moffid and Aime

Deligniere to name a few. Before moving to New

Zealand Patricia taught in many countries and in many

different Dance Companies including the American

Festival Ballet, The Athens Ballet Theatre and Studio

C in Los Angeles.

Studio One Performing Arts have classes in New

Brighton, Thorrington, Fendalton and Harewood

and teach Classical Ballet from 3 years old, Jazz and

Tumble from 7 years and Hip Hop and Contemporary

from 11 years old, and starting this term they will

be having a Mums and Littlies class (2 - 3 years old)

in New Brighton and an adult Ballet/Pilates class in

Fendalton. The highlight of every year is the annual

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Tuesday May 7 2019 13

Discover

New Brighton

New café offers

fresh take on

vegetarian food

Delicious

savoury food

is all made

on site.

On Easter weekend, a new café opened

in Surfside Mall, New Brighton, bringing

customers a fresh slant to the premises that

was previously Hectors Café.

The Karma Free Café is the latest

incarnation of the site that has been a café

since the mall opened in 1967.

Owners Johnny and Elena were already

well-known in New Brighton, having run

the Hare Krishna Food For Life programme

every Saturday for two years from a caravan

next to the library. They provided hot

vegetarian food in exchange for a donation.

The couple were also running a successful

part-time food distribution business selling

homemade food door-to-door. They had

plans to expand their business but noticed

the “For Sale” sign on Hector’s Café. It

seemed like a perfect opportunity.

“Everything fell into place,” Johnny

says. “We loved the environment and the

orientation of the café. It felt right.”

As they had no experience running a

café, Elena and Johnny received a lot of

initial support from the previous owners,

Troy and Eve.

The Karma Free Café offers a range

of tasty food, both sweet and savoury,

including Elena’s famous sour dough

bread. The food is called “prasadam” which

is a Sanskrit word meaning “mercy”, and

is made by Elena, Johnny and others on

site. All items are vegetarian, and many are

vegan and gluten-free.

“We enjoy feeding people,” Elena says. “I

love creating new flavours and changing

recipes to make something different.”

The café is keen to support other local

businesses, and endeavours as far as

possible to source organic ingredients from

Christchurch suppliers.

Johnny and Elena already have plans to

expand the business by establishing an onsite

bakery. They also hope eventually to

offer theme nights where customers can try

cuisines from different countries.

The café is open Wednesday to Sunday

from 8.30am-4pm.

Gold Card holders receive a 25 per cent

discount.

Sweet treats

created by Elena.

Café assistant

Priya, left, with

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and Johnny.

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Falck rises up the ranks

SPORT

• By Gordon Findlater

REECE FALCK has returned

from Malaysia with his best ever

ITF singles result, a doubles title

and new career high ranking.

Falck, 17, won the doubles title

and finished runner-up in the

singles at the grade four junior

ITF tournament in Ipoh. He

also reached the third round

at a grade three tournament in

Kuala Lumpur a week earlier.

In Ipoh, Falck – the 14th seed

– comfortably won his opening

two rounds of singles with 6-1,

6-2 and 6-2, 6-2 victories. In the

third round, he defeated No 3

seed Yamato Sueoka from Japan

6-4, 6-4. Falck then overcame

No 7 seed Jose Antonio Tria

from the Philippines 7-5, 6-7, 6-3

to reach just his second ever ITF

semi-final.

Falck met No 1 seed Dev Javia

from Idia in the semi-final.

Javia has a junior world ranking

of 135 – more than 300 places

higher than Falck.

However, the Shirley Boys’

High student overcame Javia in

a tight first set tie-breaker before

going on to win 7-6, 6-3.

The final saw Falck up against

No 4 seed Chak Lam Coleman

Wong, of Hong Kong. After

struggling in the first set, Falck

bounced back in the second.

But it wasn’t enough to stop

Wong from taking the title 2-6,

5-7.

Falck’s best ever ITF singles

result was made even sweeter

with victory in the doubles at

Ipoh with his Filipino partner

Tria.

The pair won four games

RISING: Reece Falck has climbed the junior world tennis

rankings to No 433 after beating players in the top 200.

without dropping a set en route

to the final where they defeated

No 5 seeds Chun Lam of Hong

Kong, and Woobin Shin, of

Korea, 6-4, 6-4.

In Kuala Lumpur, Falck

defeated Russian Egor Tsarapkin

6-0, 6-3 and No 12 seed

Shaoyun Liu, of China, 6-3, 6-2.

He then fell to No 6 seed

Yamato Sueoka, of Japan 5-7, 1-6

CHAMPIONS:

Reece Falck and

Jose Antonio

Tria won the

doubles title at

the grade four

ITF tournament in

Ipoh, Malaysia. ​

in the third round.

In the doubles, Falck and Tria

won their opening two matches

to reach the quarter-finals where

they fell to Sueoka and Filipino

Arthur Craig Pantino 1-6, 6-4,

5-10.

The results helped raise Falck’s

junior world ranking to 433 –

nearly 400 places higher than

the beginning of the year.

CHAMP: Two wins in succession saw Hugh Ritchie win the

New Zealand Longboard Series.

PHOTO: EXIT SURF ​

Ritchie claims surf series

after back-to-back wins

NEW BRIGHTON surfer Hugh

Ritchie claimed his second win in

as many weeks to take the New

Zealand Longboard Series.

Ritchie won the longboard

division at the men’s Canterbury

surfing championships at New

Brighton and Taylors Mistake

beaches from April 26-28.

He also took out the longboard

title a week earlier at the South

Island championships in

Dunedin.

His score of 12.5 in the final

at Taylors Mistake was good

enough to pip Dunedin surfer

William Wallace, Piha’s Zen

Wallis and fellow Christchurch

surfer Nick Black.

The open title was won by

Gisborne’s Maz Quinn, who

claimed his second win of the

series.

Quinn posted a considerable

15.7 point heat total in the final

with his biggest challenge coming

from Dunedin’s Elliott Brown,

who finished on 13.8 points.

Ultimately it was Quinn’s

experience and precision which

pipped the goofy-footed Brown.

Connor McLennan finished

fourth in the open men’s division

final.

Brown and McLennan featured

in the under-20 boys division

final. Brown took the win with

an impressive 16.4 point heat

total, and McLennan had to settle

for another fourth.

Wedged between them were

Piha’s Shane Kraus in third

and Christchurch surfer Neko

Tohiariki in second.

There were also wins for

Jack Tyro in the under-14 boys

division, with the 12-year-old

claiming his maiden national

victory in a close match-up

against an all-Christchurch lineup

of Jack McKenzie, Rakiatia

Tau and Thomas Robertson.


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Tuesday May 7 2019 15

KIDSTUFF

Well-established

dance school with

classes near you!

The “coolest”

trampoline park in

the South Island

One of the very best places

for kids for all ages in

Christchurch is Flip Out

Trampoline Arena.

It is an enormous

indoor trampoline

arena, considered

the “coolest”

trampoline park

in the South

Island. The Flip

Out facility

covers 1700

square metres,

with more than

80 interconnected

trampolines. There is a

younger kid’s trampoline

area, wall tramps, air

tracks tumbling, parkour and

gymnastics arena. The walls are covered by

massive artworks from Christchurch’s own

world famous artist, Wongi Wilson, which

gives the space a cool edgy vibe.

Mums and Dads will have a great

time too, confident that they have come

to a place that is clean, safe and well

supervised. There is even a very nice café

with great coffee and yummy food that

overlooks the whole facility.

If your little

jumper wants to

learn a little more

or perfect that trick

or tumble, Flip Out offers

Ninja programs, Parkour

Class and even circus and

break dancing lessons for all

ages. Trained staff are always

in attendance to watch out for

safety. With so much to do and

to explore, everyone will be leave

with a big smile on their face …

totally exhausted.

Flipout is located at 230

Maces Rd, Bromley. For more

information check out our website

www.flipout.co.nz

Anna Lee School of Dance offers

a unique blend of a family focused

studio with the benefits of a large,

well-established school that has been

around for decades – multiple grading

opportunities, large scale recitals at a

beautiful theatre and quality, experienced

teaching staff who really care about their

students. We have recently had a group of

students and teachers travel to the USA

to perform at Disney and participate in

workshops in New York!

ALSD has a proven history of students

excelling with superb exam, medal

and competition results. Dance classes

are tailored for pre-schoolers through

to advanced students, catering for all

levels of commitment. There are classes

designed for those who wish to dance

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are aiming for a career in dance. The fun

and supportive environment, with its

emphasis on enjoyment ensures students

feel comfortable as they learn to dance

and increase confidence, self-esteem,

coordination and self- discipline.

To secure a place for your dancer call us on 354 6228 or

email office@annaleeschoolofdance.com now!

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Per aquam ad gloriam

“Through water to glory”


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SENIOR LIVING

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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

SAYGo Steady As You

Go falls prevention

exercise Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a speciallydesigned

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 (opposite the shops

in Queenspark Drive)

Ascot Sit and Be Fit

Wednesday, 1-2pm and

on Thursday, 9.30am-

10.30am

Go along and complete

a class, which lets you

complete a number of

exercises without even

leaving your chair. The cost

of the class is $4 and with

this, you’ll get a cup of tea

or coffee.

Ascot Community Centre

on Ascot Ave in Parklands.

Scrabble Club

Tuesday and Wednesday,

1.30-3.30pm and 1-2.45pm

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.

Tuesday at Parklands

Library and Wednesday at

Shirley Library

Reading to Dogs

Tuesday and Wednesday,

3.30-4.30pm

This programme is

designed to provide

an atmosphere which

encourages children to

develop their reading

skills and a love for reading

in front of some furry

friends.

Tuesday at Shirley

Library, Wednesday at New

Brighton Library

New Brighton Library

Book Discussion Group

Thursday, 10am-12pm

For those who love

reading and want to

share in discussion with

other book lovers. Places

are limited so phone or

email to inquire about

availability and cost.

New Brighton Library

CV help

Thursday, 10am-11.30am

A librarian will be on

hand to assist customers

who need help with their

CV or resume. They will

offer guidance on creating,

updating and editing your

CV.

New Brighton Library

Technology Help dropin

sessions

Thursday, 3.30pm-

4.30pm

Go along to drop-in

sessions for help with

email, searching the

internet, using the

library catalogue, eBooks,

and general computer

queries.

Shirley Library

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30–3.30pm

This weekly club will

be held every Friday, just

go along and join the

fun. Free, no bookings

required.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd

Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Drop-in

sessons for

RoboFun will

be held at

Shirley Library

on Saturday

from 10 to

11am. Go

along for an

introduction

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of robotics.

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engaging way.

No bookings

required.

Makerspace

Friday, 3.30-4.30pm

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weekly Makerspace

sessions and get hands-on

with activities for all ages.

Something new every

week, from robots to 3D

pens, augmented reality to

arts and crafts.

Shirley Library

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

Go and enjoy a warm

and fun atmosphere beside

the seaside. With live

entertainment, food, 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

Golden Oldies Movie

Screening - The Big Job

Monday, 1.30pm

Sid James and Joan Sims

star in this 1965 comedy

where a gang of bank

robbers are caught and

sentenced to 15 years hard

labour each. When they

are released from prison

they start out to collect the

money they had stolen.

New Brighton Museum, 8

Hardy St

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Lifestyle Amenities

Community centre, bowling greens,

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Development by Golden Healthcare Group,

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Comfortable Living

There are one or two bedroom serviced

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bedroom villas with attached garaging.

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Prestige accommodation and fine

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recognise the changing nature of retirement

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Tuesday May 7 2019 19

HOME & HEATING

Get rid of

dampness in

your house

Now with the colder and wetter weather

on its way, home owners are focusing on

ways to make their homes comfortable,

warm and healthy for their families

throughout winter. Rising damp is an issue

that affects many of our older properties

which suffer from poor, or no, insulation.

In Canterbury especially, post-quake, many

people have relocated to homes that suffer

from rising damp which can be associated

with health problems. Independent tests

have shown that up to 40 litres of water

can rise from the ground and enter a

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An unexpected benefit that the team at

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Tuesday May 7 2019 21

REAL ESTATE

Sensational, spacious and seriously selling

125 Main Road, Governors Bay

Price: Negotiation over $499,000

3 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 2 car garage | Listing Number: 8983

This 1980’s Governor’s Bay charmer, set on

a 1000m2 section occupies a prime position

right in the heart of the bay with stunning

harbour and hill views. This is a serious

opportunity for the astute buyer to snap up

something wonderful. Opportunities like

this at this price level don’t come along often

in the bay, a family sized house with lovely

history and ample options to add value

whenever suits whilst still being completely

practical for everyday living now.

Last on the market in 1948, this was home

to one of our much loved local identities.

This comfortable family home offers 3

bedrooms, wood-burner and heat-pump,

large open-plan living to wrap-around

verandah, a quirky retro bathroom and a

functional kitchen with views to the heads

and a big section to landscape as you see

fit. Plus there is easy, sealed access to a

detached double garage, carport and ample

outbuildings including a woodshed. Title for

the property still to issue.

Governors Bay has a wonderful primary

school, great high school zoning and is only

15 minutes to the city and Lyttelton.

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Brighton’s Hawke St car park.

Coastal-Burwod Ward city

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park’s private owners into

a “trip and vehicle” hazard.

WorkSafe chief inspector

a se sment southern Da ren

Surf club move

Safety at Work Act 2015, “as a

to rebuild on new site

undertaking.”

Mr Handforth said WorkSafe

Cr East abou the car park.

“WorkSafe has completed

an a se sment visi to the site

to advise them that it is their

responsibility to manage their

risks a propriately.”

Different parts of the car park

are owned by various people

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The New Zealand Mounted

Rifles Charitable Trust president

Mark A pleton and member

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• By Sophie Cornish

THE ST Andrew’s Co lege big

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win a the National Youth Ja z

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Fastier, co lapsed and died the

to undertake work.

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Mr A pleton said it was

important children were

educated on what soldiers

wen through during World

Cyclist’s helipad bid

Serious crash gives new

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• By Gordon Findlater

DEAN CALVERT (above)

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New pi za joint

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The band dedicated it se to

Tom, who died while on his way

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$199

ONLY

$599

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$299

Nest of Tables

Hall Table

2 Drawers.

Hall Table

3 Drawers.

2 Drawer Hall Table

1200x810x420.

Bookcases

NZ Pine.

Corner TV Unit

1000x750x550

ONLY

$149

ONLY

$279

ONLY

$349

ONLY

$379

900x1200

$279 900x1500

$299 900x1800

$349

ONLY

$299

2 Draw

entertainment Unit

1200x600x450.

entertainment

Unit

1100x400x480.

entertainment

Unit

980x600x460. Solid Timber.

entertainment

Unit

1530x520x660. Solid Timber.

Buffet Unit

1500x800x420.

Buffet Unit

1175x430x840.

Buffet Unit

with Wine Rack

1300x840x430.

ONLY

$399

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$499

ONLY

$549

ONLY

$399

ONLY

$399

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