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TUESDAY, MAY <strong>21</strong>, <strong>2019</strong><br />

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The battle for Burwood<br />

Businessman joins<br />

election contest<br />

• By Matt Slaughter<br />

WELL-KNOWN businessman<br />

Phil Mauger is making a bid to<br />

oust three-term councillor Glenn<br />

Livingstone in the Burwood<br />

Ward.<br />

Mr Mauger, is head of Maugers<br />

Contracting Ltd, a<br />

third-generation family<br />

business that had its beginnings<br />

in North Beach<br />

decades ago.<br />

“It’s time to put my<br />

money where my mouth<br />

is so to speak and actually<br />

do it rather than just sit<br />

on the sidelines,” he said<br />

of his bid in October’s<br />

local body elections.<br />

“I think the council’s<br />

crying out for some people with<br />

a little bit more business acumen<br />

to stop having over-spends on<br />

things.”<br />

Lowering rates and progressing<br />

earthquake repairs would be his<br />

main priorities if he was voted in.<br />

“You can’t just keep going<br />

around cranking up people’s rates.<br />

“Rates increases must be held<br />

to between 2.5 per cent and 3.5<br />

per cent. The current predicted<br />

five per cent increase over the<br />

next 10 years means more money<br />

Glenn<br />

Livingstone<br />

coming out of households that are<br />

already finding it hard to make<br />

ends meet.<br />

“Much of the earthquake<br />

rebuild still remains ahead of us.<br />

We have not returned to businessas-usual<br />

mode. The remaining<br />

rebuild has to be affordable<br />

for ratepayers,<br />

and our rates must stop<br />

rising unnecessarily.”<br />

Mr Mauger, who is<br />

standing as an independent,<br />

said his<br />

contracting background<br />

would help in decisionmaking.<br />

“We only have one<br />

chance to plan a new<br />

future for our red zone<br />

land. We are told that<br />

$800 million will be spent on this<br />

area over the next 30 years. My<br />

contracting background will be<br />

hugely valuable at the city council<br />

table, ensuring money is spent<br />

wisely and with a common sense<br />

approach to provide a good outcome<br />

for generations to come.”<br />

Cr Livingstone was elected<br />

in 2010, polling 4848 votes. He<br />

held the seat again in 2013 (6862<br />

votes) and in 2016 (4797 votes).<br />

•Turn to page 6<br />

•Editor’s desk, page 2<br />

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from the editor’s desk<br />

A GOOD election battle is looming in the<br />

eastern suburbs (see page 1).<br />

Phil Mauger is taking on the incumbent<br />

Glenn Livingstone in the Burwood Ward.<br />

It will be a tough campaign for both.<br />

Mauger heads Mauger Construction Ltd,<br />

a company which spans three generations and came out of the<br />

original family business, a service station in North Beach.<br />

Livingstone will no doubt try to exploit the fact Mauger no<br />

longer lives in the eastern suburbs.<br />

But the 61-year-old is adamant this won’t be an Achilles heel.<br />

He can push on the council table for improvements to the ward<br />

from anywhere, he says.<br />

Keeping rates in check by stopping unnecessary council overspending<br />

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Tuesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2019</strong> 3<br />

News<br />

Boys’ bike business taking off<br />

• By Matt Slaughter<br />

NEGLECTED, unroadworthy<br />

bikes are being repaired and<br />

sold at affordable prices by three<br />

Haeata Community Campus<br />

students.<br />

Year 10 students Cyprus<br />

Rangirangi and Dylan Hyde<br />

and year 8 Brayden Chalmers-<br />

Carr are in the process of<br />

refurbishing <strong>21</strong> donated bikes.<br />

So far this term they had fixed<br />

four bikes and sold two.<br />

The boys’ teacher Rodney<br />

Flavell said each bike had been<br />

sold for between $20 and $30.<br />

Brayden said: “If one of my<br />

friend’s bike breaks down, then<br />

we can help each other.” He<br />

loved this about the project.<br />

Cyprus said: “I just like<br />

biking and my bike breaks a<br />

lot.’’<br />

He was thankful for the opportunity<br />

to learn how to fix it.<br />

Selling the bikes felt “good<br />

because I’m helping people,” he<br />

said.<br />

Dylan said he had enjoyed<br />

working as a team and he’d got<br />

more out of the project than he<br />

first expected.<br />

“I didn’t realise that people<br />

were going to buy them, but I<br />

guess it felt good when people<br />

bought them.”<br />

Brayden, Cyprus and Dylan<br />

said their goal was to fix and sell<br />

enough to be able to afford their<br />

own BMX bikes.<br />

The bikes being repaired were<br />

donated by Sergeant Steve Sibley<br />

and the Aranui Neighbourhood<br />

Policing Team.<br />

Sergeant Sibley said the<br />

project was valuable because it<br />

had the potential to reduce the<br />

number of students who were<br />

dropped off at Haeata by their<br />

parents.<br />

“The goal is hopefully to get<br />

more kids on bikes and more<br />

people on bikes so it’s a bit<br />

more of a healthy environment,<br />

because very few bike.”<br />

He said it gave the three boys<br />

involved a real sense of purpose<br />

and saved bikes, which were<br />

unable to be returned to their<br />

original owners and would<br />

otherwise be dumped.<br />

Mr Flavell reached out to<br />

Sergeant Sibley to support their<br />

project after he noticed the boys’<br />

passion for BMX.<br />

REPAIRS:<br />

Haeata<br />

Community<br />

Campus<br />

students<br />

Brayden<br />

Chalmers-<br />

Carr, Cyprus<br />

Rangirangi and<br />

Dylan Hyde are<br />

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and sell bikes<br />

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we had an opportunity to<br />

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how these guys got into it and<br />

how they’re helping out the<br />

community.”<br />

As part of their learning, they<br />

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Board has asked city council<br />

staff to investigate if more<br />

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Thieves stole two bikes from<br />

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the school at 3.05pm and stole<br />

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Tuesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2019</strong><br />

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Teething problems at new campus<br />

• By Matt Slaughter<br />

OVERCROWDING at the<br />

Shirley Boys’ and Avonside Girls’<br />

high school new site is a concern<br />

for some.<br />

The schools say the 2200<br />

students who started at the QE II<br />

Park site earlier this month are<br />

settling in and conversations to<br />

deal with issues are ongoing.<br />

However, a post on the People’s<br />

Republic of New Brighton<br />

Facebook<br />

page asking<br />

members what<br />

their children<br />

thought of<br />

the school<br />

two days after<br />

it opened<br />

received more<br />

John<br />

than 100<br />

comments.<br />

Some<br />

Laurenson<br />

students had told their parents<br />

overcrowded buses and narrow<br />

hallways had made the move<br />

difficult.<br />

AGHS principal Sue Hume<br />

and SBHS principal John Laurenson<br />

said early challenges were<br />

to be expected, but there was<br />

nothing to worry about.<br />

“To be perfectly honest with<br />

you, on the first few days of<br />

school there was congestion<br />

and we couldn’t allow that to<br />

continue because it would have<br />

been a health and safety issue.<br />

So, it’s not fabricated and we<br />

have to find out a logistical,<br />

organisational solution,” said Mr<br />

Laurenson.<br />

“Of course, there are always<br />

issues with tweaking things and<br />

finding out how they work best<br />

for everyone, so we’re just working<br />

together to make sure the site<br />

works best for everyone,” Mrs<br />

Hume said.<br />

Some Facebook commenters<br />

said these early issues had made<br />

the first days at the school difficult.<br />

“My daughter said the hallways<br />

are far too narrow and<br />

packed full of kids,” said one<br />

commenter.<br />

Mr Laurenson said congestion<br />

had eased somewhat and<br />

meetings to figure out how to<br />

deal with it, particularly when<br />

CROWDED:<br />

Efforts to<br />

decrease<br />

congestion<br />

at the Shirley<br />

Boys’ High<br />

School and<br />

Avonside<br />

Girls’ High<br />

School<br />

new, shared<br />

campus are<br />

under way.<br />

students made their way to lunch<br />

areas, had already happened.<br />

Options including separating<br />

the two schools’ lunch times had<br />

been considered.<br />

The same commenter said her<br />

daughter had been made to wait<br />

more than an hour for a bus after<br />

two drove past her too full.<br />

Other commenters said students<br />

were struggling to adjust to<br />

the shared nature of the campus.<br />

Mrs Hume admitted adjusting<br />

had been difficult, but said measures<br />

had been taken to deal with<br />

these issues.<br />

“This is new for us all and<br />

we are adjusting to occupying<br />

the same site and sharing some<br />

facilities. The senior teams from<br />

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each other as we work together<br />

to support the co-location and<br />

student access to the shared<br />

spaces. There is some pressure at<br />

break times on some spaces and<br />

we are working together to manage<br />

that.”<br />

Environment Canterbury had<br />

also added another bus and additional<br />

stops to ensure students<br />

could get to and from school<br />

more comfortably, she said.<br />

Said ECan manager of public<br />

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Wright: “To help ease the crowding<br />

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Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

Mission to ensure residents are heard<br />

• By Matt Slaughter<br />

AT THE start of the year, Brian<br />

Donovan felt the concerns of<br />

New Brighton residents were<br />

going unheard.<br />

There hadn’t been an active<br />

residents association in New<br />

Brighton since 2017.<br />

Now, the 68-year-old who lives<br />

on Marine Pde and has lived in<br />

or around the area for 12 years,<br />

is leading the newly revitalised<br />

New Brighton Residents<br />

Association to make sure people<br />

have a say in a time of huge<br />

development.<br />

“A lot of the people that were<br />

making decisions, they were<br />

actually people who didn’t live<br />

there, so we thought it’s about<br />

time we took things back into<br />

our own hands,” Mr Donovan<br />

said.<br />

About 12 residents from the<br />

area have become members so<br />

far.<br />

Its first goal is to get the<br />

Coastal-Burwood Community<br />

Board and city council to consult<br />

further on plans to change the<br />

layout of Marine Pde.<br />

Mr Donovan told <strong>Pegasus</strong> <strong>Post</strong><br />

earlier this month plans to install<br />

13 new car parks and keep the<br />

road open to traffic were not<br />

supported by some residents.<br />

The association would do<br />

a mail drop to gather people’s<br />

concerns and feedback to<br />

the community board, he said.<br />

Mr Donovan said with the<br />

support of Renew Brighton,<br />

another aim for the association<br />

would be to get community<br />

groups in New Brighton,<br />

including the New Brighton<br />

Business and Landowners<br />

Association, working together.<br />

“I think it’s quite useful if we’re<br />

working through the umbrella<br />

organisation Renew, that we<br />

just get initially a network thing<br />

going and then when residents<br />

SPEAKING<br />

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Donovan has<br />

re-established<br />

the New<br />

Brighton<br />

Residents<br />

Association to<br />

ensure people<br />

have a say on<br />

big decisions,<br />

which will<br />

affect the<br />

area’s future.<br />

come up with any issues, we’ve<br />

got a broader organisation than<br />

just the residents association to<br />

deal with it.”<br />

The association would aim<br />

to be a “resource of<br />

companionship, a resource<br />

of contact, a resource of<br />

information,” said Mr Donovan.<br />

People who are not from New<br />

Brighton were sometimes not<br />

aware of the walking tracks,<br />

scenery and seaside lifestyle,<br />

which Mr Donovan said were his<br />

favourite parts about living in<br />

the area.<br />

Residents had a role to play<br />

in promoting it as a destination<br />

of the future and ending myths<br />

about New Brighton being down<br />

and out, he said.<br />

“It’s really about telling people<br />

who potentially are looking for<br />

somewhere to live that we’ve got<br />

something to sell.”<br />

He said the New Brighton<br />

Business and Landowners<br />

Association had done a good<br />

job so far, but giving everyday<br />

people more of a say would lead<br />

to better outcomes for all.<br />

“The business association is<br />

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people that live in that same<br />

area? They’re not represented at<br />

all.”<br />

Some had felt disconnected<br />

from a number of decisions<br />

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the earthquakes, said Mr<br />

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He said the association<br />

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

News<br />

Election battle<br />

shapes up<br />

for Burwood<br />

•From page 1<br />

Said Cr Livingstone: “You also<br />

need a social and environmental<br />

bottom line, so you need a multidimensional<br />

approach.’’<br />

Cr Livingstone believed the fact he<br />

lived in the Burwood Ward, and Mr<br />

Mauger didn’t, would also be to his<br />

advantage.<br />

Mr Mauger lives in Avonhead.<br />

“If he lives in close proximity, that<br />

might be okay, but that’s quite some<br />

distance. I think they’ll have a question<br />

(voters) over how he is going to<br />

relate to them.”<br />

Said Mr Mauger: “I feel I can do<br />

equally as good for the people in<br />

Burwood by my passion for the area,<br />

my roots for the area. Living there<br />

wouldn’t make any difference to how<br />

well I would work for Burwood.”<br />

Cr Livingstone said his campaign<br />

would be business as usual.<br />

“I treat every candidate as if I’m up<br />

against Richie McCaw.”<br />

In 2015, Mr Mauger was seriously<br />

injured on his way to compete in the<br />

Bathurst 12 Hour race in New South<br />

Wales when his rental car was rearended<br />

by a fuel tanker.<br />

He suffered multiple fractures and<br />

a collapsed lung and was in a coma<br />

for three days.<br />

Mr Mauger is also the father of<br />

The Bachelor television star Jordan<br />

Mauger.<br />

• By Matt Slaughter<br />

DALLINGTON Residents<br />

Association chairwoman Bebe<br />

Frayle will be running for a<br />

Burwood Ward seat on the<br />

Coastal-Burwood Community<br />

Board.<br />

She will be running alongside<br />

campaign partner Greg Sugrue,<br />

a Burwood resident of more<br />

than 30 years.<br />

The Labour-aligned People’s<br />

Choice candidates will contest<br />

the two seats currently held by<br />

board member Linda Stewart<br />

and Tim<br />

Baker, who<br />

will not be<br />

standing in<br />

the October<br />

local body<br />

elections.<br />

Mrs Frayle<br />

said her<br />

experience as Bebe Frayle<br />

a decision maker for Dallington<br />

had led her to believe her a<br />

different approach was needed<br />

to progress projects in the ward.<br />

“I just think that a seat on the<br />

community board is just a really<br />

effective way<br />

to be a good<br />

advocate<br />

for my<br />

community<br />

and the wider<br />

community.”<br />

Mr Sugrue<br />

said he had<br />

Greg Sugrue<br />

developed<br />

an understanding of what<br />

Burwood residents wanted in<br />

this time.<br />

“I think there’s finally got a<br />

chance for some serious change<br />

and local government to be<br />

Local<br />

News<br />

Now<br />

Dual campaign for community board seats<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

more aligned with our regional<br />

government.”<br />

For both candidates to be<br />

voted in, one would have to take<br />

the seat of Ms Stewart, who has<br />

sat on the community board for<br />

12 years.<br />

She said Mrs Frayle and Mr<br />

Sugrue would not pose a threat<br />

to her.<br />

“I’m not worried about other<br />

contestants.”<br />

The two disagreed, but said<br />

they wanted their campaign to<br />

do the talking.<br />

Police say bullying is a matter for schools<br />

• By Matt Slaughter<br />

BULLYING AT schools in the<br />

east resulted in three calls to<br />

police last week.<br />

Sergeant Jim Currie said this<br />

is an issue for schools to deal<br />

with, not police.<br />

Clinical psychologist Catherine<br />

Gallagher agrees in most<br />

cases, but says bullying is a<br />

complicated issue.<br />

This comes after Sergeant<br />

Currie said in February, parents<br />

had called police to report their<br />

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between the ages of 12 and 13<br />

getting bullied.<br />

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. . . there are no physical assaults<br />

or anything like that.”<br />

Sergeant Currie said bullying<br />

was serious, but not a police<br />

matter.<br />

He said on these occasions, the<br />

schools were not to blame and<br />

these were simply cases of parents<br />

making irrational decisions.<br />

Ms Gallagher had experience<br />

working with children who<br />

had been bullied and also those<br />

who have experienced sexual<br />

violence.<br />

She said although, it wasn’t<br />

common she had heard of parents<br />

reporting bullying to police<br />

in the past.<br />

Parents had every right to<br />

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bullied, but often asking<br />

for police involvement was taking<br />

this too far.<br />

Before taking unnecessary<br />

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children to be resilient.<br />

If parents felt their children<br />

were in serious danger, Sergeant<br />

Currie and Ms Gallagher<br />

agreed this was when police<br />

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Sergeant Currie had contacted<br />

the parents since the reports<br />

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Keeping North Beach safe<br />

NORTH BEACH’S Dean Le<br />

Warne has been named lifeguard<br />

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Tasman Surf Life Saving Awards<br />

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support people and crew in the<br />

last year, as well as carrying out<br />

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“He always leads by example<br />

and takes on all tasks that he<br />

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North Beach was also named<br />

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25 years.”<br />

Le Warne said it was a thrill to<br />

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“I guess that award is the highest<br />

one you can get, so it’s great<br />

to win it.”<br />

The club trained 14 life savers<br />

and six patrol support staff who<br />

help on the beach.<br />

Sports team of the year was<br />

Waimairi SLSC’s men’s open<br />

canoe team, which won gold for<br />

the long and short course at all<br />

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They won the <strong>2019</strong> Canterbury<br />

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the <strong>2019</strong> Southern Regional<br />

WINNERS: North Beach SLSC members Russell Conner, Dean<br />

Le Warne and president Jamie East.<br />

PHOTO: NORTH BEACH SLSC<br />

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Dan Firth.<br />

New Brighton’s Hayley Reid<br />

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rookie of the year award with<br />

Agatha Weston of Taylors<br />

Mistake.<br />

Awards of Excellence winners:<br />

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Quane, Sumner SLSC<br />

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SPORT<br />

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and women’s canoe teams<br />

• By Matt Slaughter<br />

THE CULTURAL diversity of<br />

Linwood College will be on show<br />

on Friday.<br />

Students will take part in the<br />

school’s annual Festival of Nations<br />

with pupils from about 10<br />

primary schools invited to watch<br />

on. Linwood College English language<br />

learners and international<br />

students head of department<br />

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would show off a number of<br />

different cultures and improve<br />

understanding of these cultures.<br />

Bringing people together would<br />

be particularly beneficial for the<br />

Linwood community, which had<br />

been left shaken after the March<br />

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Islamic Centre and Al Noor<br />

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HEALTH & AWARENESS<br />

Hip pain: Do I have arthritis or<br />

could it be mainly my muscles?<br />

The team at Physical Sense in Sydenham<br />

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Physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk suggests<br />

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Ietje recalls one case where an 89 year<br />

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through my right leg due to pain in my hip<br />

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was walking with her stick but without the<br />

severe pain,” says Ietje. “The arthritis was<br />

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move less and the flexed position the hip<br />

is in when we sit is particularly bad for<br />

the hip.” Ietje is happy with the fact that<br />

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been “given up on” or told to live with the<br />

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Hip muscle that causes hip pain<br />

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The<br />

Mairehau<br />

Challenge<br />

Achievement<br />

Responsibility<br />

Empathy<br />

Way<br />

Encour<br />

excell<br />

in o<br />

comm<br />

This is who we are..<br />

Mairehau High School Open Night<br />

I want to welcome you by using some of the many cultural greetings that reflect<br />

Mairehau High School’s diversity.<br />

Greetings, Kia ora, Talofa lava, Kia Orana, こんにちは(Kon'nichiwa), Kamusta, Namaste,<br />

Sawubona, 여보세요 (Yeoboseyo), Bonjour, Welcome.<br />

I also wish to invite you to the Mairehau High School Open<br />

night to be held Thursday 30th <strong>May</strong> from 5 pm. We are very<br />

proud of our school and would like to share with you our<br />

stories, facilities, and people.<br />

At a recent public meeting in our school, a parent was able to<br />

talk about the reasons his family chose Mairehau High School<br />

for their child. He said that they had looked at several schools<br />

and specifically chose our school as their school of choice.<br />

They like the fact that we are a small school, we know their<br />

child by name. There is a strong sense of family, a strong sense<br />

of caring, and a strong sense of respect in the school. At the<br />

end of each school day the Principal, Deputy Principal and<br />

Assistant Principal can usually be found on gate duty giving<br />

words of encouragement to students as they leave for home.<br />

Building relationships and knowing the child are important<br />

key values to Mairehau High School. They are also essential key<br />

values in life.<br />

The teachers in our schoolhouse are committed, passionate,<br />

and dedicated. We are a small school with a caring community<br />

feel. Our teachers will get to know your child well and<br />

work with you as a parent to ensure positive and enriching<br />

learning experiences for your child. We pride ourselves on our<br />

innovative and caring staff, and we value individuality and<br />

difference. All teachers are making a positive difference for<br />

every student. Our teachers are simply a fantastic group of<br />

people.<br />

Why choose Mairehau High School?<br />

1. Our Size<br />

- Our school and classes are small.<br />

- We are proud of our strong staff-student relationship.<br />

- Your teachers will know you and go the extra mile to help<br />

you.<br />

2. Excellent Outcomes. We have:<br />

- Excellent NCEA Results.<br />

- Personalised Learning.<br />

- Gifted and Talented Programmes.<br />

- Supported learning if you need it.<br />

- Flexible learning programme in Years 9 and 10.<br />

- Opportunities for subject scholarships.<br />

3. Opportunities at all levels for:<br />

- Sports<br />

- Cultural Activities<br />

- Leadership<br />

- Education outside the classroom<br />

4. Our Values - C A R E (Challenge, Achievement,<br />

Responsibility, Empathy)<br />

- We value everyone no matter who they are.<br />

- We are proud of our cultural diversity.<br />

- We have strong pastoral support.<br />

- We encourage student voice.<br />

- We welcome parental involvement.<br />

- We value our links with other organisations which encourage<br />

community awareness and social responsibility.<br />

5. Improvements to our school environment<br />

- We are looking forward to our new rebuild and improved<br />

facilities starting soon.<br />

- We have a strong environment team who are constantly<br />

working to keep the school looking aesthetically pleasing to<br />

all. We have a strong extensive technology programme.<br />

New Enrolment Zone for Mairehau High School<br />

Mairehau High School is undertaking a consultation process<br />

on implementing a new enrolment scheme from 2020.<br />

Seven co-educational state secondary schools are proposing<br />

new schemes or amendments to existing schemes, so we<br />

have been working closely with an independent advisor<br />

to coordinate consultation so that communities are wellinformed<br />

and have an opportunity to see what is proposed<br />

across Christchurch.<br />

More information on this process<br />

and an online survey to gather<br />

feedback can be found at www.<br />

shapingeducation.govt.nz/secondary<br />

Thank you, for being a wonderfully<br />

supportive community, you are<br />

fantastic.<br />

Harry Romana, Principal<br />

Harry Romana,<br />

Principal<br />

We are always promoting and<br />

encouraging the students of<br />

Mairehau High School to follow our<br />

core values - the acronym CARE:<br />

Challenge<br />

Achievement<br />

Responsibility<br />

Empathy<br />

Our focus for <strong>2019</strong> is the value of<br />

RESPONSIBILITY<br />

What does this mean?<br />

Being responsible means that you<br />

do the things you are expected to<br />

do and accept the consequence<br />

(outcome/result) of your actions.<br />

What do we expect from our<br />

students?<br />

- Treat others with respect<br />

- Wear your uniform correctly<br />

- Take responsibility for your own<br />

behaviour<br />

- Be polite and kind.<br />

John Manuel, Neave Harris and Mr Romana (Principal)<br />

at the National Remembrance Service held at Hagley<br />

Park for victims of the terrorist attack on March 15.<br />

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


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ur<br />

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OPEN EVENING<br />

Thursday 30 <strong>May</strong>, 5pm-7pm<br />

Mairehau High School prides itself in knowing<br />

and valuing each student. We are a small<br />

co-educational school, focused on improving<br />

the academic achievement and well-being of<br />

our students.<br />

We would like to invite you to our Open Evening<br />

on Thursday 30 <strong>May</strong> at 5.00 – 7.00pm pm to meet<br />

our staff and students and to look around our<br />

facilities at 440 Hills Road, Christchurch.<br />

If you require further information, please call the school on 385 3145,<br />

email admin@mairehau.school.nz or visit our website www.mairehau.school.nz<br />

students and staff focusing on our C.A.R.E values<br />

Kia Ora<br />

Kia Ora, my name is Kane. I came from Rāwhiti Primary School<br />

and now I’m a Year 10 student at Mairehau High School.<br />

When I first came to Mairehau, I was nervous like most people are when they first go<br />

to high school. But when I came to Mairehau all this changed. Everyone is so kind and<br />

everyone accepts you for who you are. Even if you do hit problems, the teachers here are<br />

amazing. They listen and come up with solutions for your problem.<br />

I’ve had a lot of fun talking to different people and making new friends. The thing I like<br />

here is that even the older kids are kind. I always thought the big kids were intimidating<br />

but really they look after us and help us when we need it. They are senior role models and<br />

help us with a lot of activities.<br />

Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that at Mairehau we are like a family; we stick together<br />

like glue, we care about everybody and no one is left out.<br />

Senior Outdoor<br />

Education<br />

Our seniors participated<br />

in our largest tramp<br />

of the year, The St<br />

James Walkway -<br />

100.17km/23hours<br />

and 14mins of walking,<br />

across 5 days - in the<br />

middle of the Southern<br />

Alps, 1000m above sea<br />

level, with no power,<br />

showers or cell phone<br />

reception, and on a diet<br />

of rice and chocolate...<br />

Performing Arts<br />

Student Executives<br />

We loved it!!<br />

Our Performing Arts students have been given an amazing<br />

opportunity to participate in the SOUL (Sources of<br />

Unconditional Love) programme this year. This is about female<br />

empowerment and will involve about a dozen of our female<br />

students.<br />

Kiara Clark and Zoe McConnell were given an opportunity to<br />

head to Auckland to work with one of Parris Goebbel’s dancers<br />

(from the Royal family). They learned some new choreography<br />

with other dancers from across the country – and have<br />

bought back<br />

the knowledge<br />

to teach it to<br />

the rest of our<br />

“squad”. This<br />

will then lead<br />

into a flash mob<br />

performance<br />

along with<br />

AGHS on world<br />

friendship day.<br />

Performing Arts<br />

teacher Mrs<br />

Jennie Sinclair<br />

attended the<br />

workshop in<br />

Auckland with<br />

Kaira and Zoe.<br />

Standing: Xavier Milesi (Waka), Phoenix Neilson<br />

(Cultural), Sebastian Anae-Ah Sue (Cultural), Jesse<br />

Jeffries (Head Boy), Neave Harris (Head Girl), Darrell<br />

Suaesi Faamau (Sport), Josh Schuurman (Sport), John<br />

Manuel (International)<br />

Seated: Tara McMurtrie (Peer Support/Hauora),<br />

Francesca Caselton (Academic), Sabrina Nelson<br />

(Community/Marketing)<br />

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


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WANTED TO BUY<br />

COINS • BANKNOTES • MEDALS • GOLD<br />

Antique & Collectables Buyers numismatic specialist Geoff Brown will be in Christchurch next week, wishing to<br />

buy any of these or similar items. Perhaps you’ve stopped collecting, or the family aren’t interested, downsizing<br />

or moving. Whether you have single items or complete collections we would love to see them. Please take this<br />

opportunity to see Geoff at one of our venues with any items you wish to sell.<br />

COINS<br />

AnyGOLD<br />

USA, Great Britain, Europe, Sovereigns, Krugerrands<br />

Proof Sets, individual coins or collections<br />

COINS & COLLECTIONS<br />

AnyWORLD<br />

World coins, Proof sets & singles, Errors, Mis-strikes<br />

Trade Tokens. Singles, groups or accumulations<br />

COINS<br />

AnySILVER<br />

New Zealand, Australia, GB, & world silver coins<br />

Bulk lots in any condition<br />

BANKNOTES<br />

AnyWORLD<br />

All old World banknotes, Collections, Accumulations<br />

Obsolete currency<br />

ZEALAND BANKNOTES<br />

AnyNEW<br />

Pre Decimal, Trading Banks, Reserve Bank issues<br />

Decimal notes, Errors, Groups or Collections<br />

NOTES / WAR ISSUES<br />

AnyPOSTAL<br />

NZ <strong>Post</strong>al Notes, Military Currency, Private Banks<br />

Specimen & Presentation Notes<br />

& WORLD PROOF COINS<br />

AnyNZ<br />

Sets or Individual Coins, limited edition issues<br />

MEDALS<br />

AnyMILITARY<br />

NZ & Commonwealth Medals, Orders & Decorations<br />

Bravery, Long Service, singles or groups<br />

MEDALS & MEDALLIONS<br />

AnyOTHER<br />

Agricultural Society medals, Fire Service, Police,<br />

Exploration, Shooting, Lifesaving, Masonic medals<br />

GOLD & GOLD JEWELLERY<br />

AnySCRAP<br />

Broken or unwanted jewellery, 9ct, 14ct ,18ct, 22ct<br />

Alluvial gold, Watch chains, bracelets etc.<br />

BADGES<br />

AnyMILITARY<br />

All Military Badges, Sporting badges<br />

Memorial Plaques singles or groups<br />

SILVER<br />

AnySTERLING<br />

Tea sets & Cutlery, Cigarette & Card cases<br />

Trays, Trophy Cups, damaged items<br />

We are buying in Christchurch for 6 days only. Please check the dates and times carefully.<br />

MONDAY<br />

27 MAY<br />

TUESDAY<br />

28 MAY<br />

WEDNESDAY<br />

29 MAY<br />

THURSDAY<br />

30 MAY<br />

FRIDAY<br />

31 MAY<br />

SATURDAY<br />

1 JUNE<br />

MT PLEASANT<br />

10am - 3pm<br />

Mt Pleasant Community<br />

Centre<br />

3 McCormacks Bay Rd<br />

BISHOPDALE<br />

10am - 3pm<br />

Chapel Street Centre<br />

Cnr Harewood Rd &<br />

Chapel St<br />

HALSWELL<br />

11am - 3pm<br />

Te Hapua Halswell<br />

Centre<br />

341 Halswell Rd<br />

AVONHEAD<br />

10am - 3pm<br />

St Christopher Church<br />

244 Avonhead Rd<br />

RANGIORA<br />

10am - 3pm<br />

John Knox Centre<br />

Cnr High & King St<br />

CASHMERE<br />

10am - 3pm<br />

Heathcote Room<br />

Cashmere Club<br />

50 Colombo St<br />

Unable to visit a venue? Please call Geoff on 0<strong>21</strong> 338 014 to arrange a home visit<br />

Goldco Antique Buyers - Member NZNDA. PO Box 579, Wellington. goldco@xtra.co.nz TEL 0800 700 010 Security supplied by


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Tuesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2019</strong> 17<br />

Art Competition at Shirley<br />

Library<br />

Tuesday-Sunday, all day<br />

Go down to Shirley Library<br />

and get creative. Winners’<br />

artwork will be displayed on the<br />

library website. Enter your best<br />

artwork, which speaks to the<br />

theme.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

JP Clinic at Shirley Library<br />

Tuesday, 10am-1pm<br />

A justice of the peace will<br />

be available to members of<br />

the community to witness<br />

signatures and documents,<br />

certify document copies, hear<br />

oaths, declarations, affidavits<br />

or affirmations as well as sign<br />

citizenship, sponsorship or rates<br />

rebates applications.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

SAYGo Steady As You Go<br />

Falls Prevention Exercise Class<br />

Tuesday, 10am<br />

This is a specially-designed<br />

class to help you not to fall. There<br />

will be a $2 koha entry. There is<br />

no booking fee required, those<br />

interested are invited to just turn<br />

up on the day and see what the<br />

class can do for them.<br />

Parklands Community Centre<br />

Ascot Sit and Be Fit<br />

Wednesday, 1-2pm and<br />

Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by<br />

5pm each Wednesday<br />

Thursday, 9.30-10.30am<br />

Go along and complete a<br />

class, which lets you complete a<br />

number of exercises without<br />

even leaving your chair. The cost<br />

of the class is $4 and with this,<br />

you’ll get a cup of tea or coffee.<br />

Ascot Community Centre<br />

Scrabble Club<br />

Tuesday and Wednesday, 1.30-<br />

3.30pm and 1-2.45pm<br />

Go along to the Scrabble<br />

club. No obligation, just go<br />

along when you can and join the<br />

friendly group. All materials are<br />

supplied. No fee.<br />

Parklands and Shirley libraries<br />

Reading to Dogs<br />

Tuesday and Wednesday, 3.30-<br />

4.30pm<br />

This programme is designed<br />

to provide an atmosphere which<br />

encourages children to develop<br />

their reading skills and a love for<br />

reading in front of some furry<br />

friends.<br />

Shirley and New Brighton<br />

libraries<br />

CV help<br />

Thursday, 10-11.30am<br />

A librarian will be on hand to<br />

assist customers who need help<br />

with their CV or resume. They<br />

will offer guidance on your CV.<br />

New Brighton Library<br />

Technology Help Drop-in<br />

Sessions<br />

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm<br />

Go along to drop-in sessions<br />

for help with email, searching<br />

the internet, using the library<br />

catalogue, eBooks, and general<br />

computer queries.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

Cards Club<br />

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm<br />

This weekly club will be held<br />

every Friday, just go along and<br />

join the fun. Free, no bookings<br />

required.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

Makerspace<br />

Friday, 3.30-4.30pm<br />

Go along to weekly<br />

Makerspace sessions and get<br />

hands-on with activities for<br />

all ages. Something new every<br />

week.<br />

Aranui Library<br />

Shirley Library’s Culture<br />

Exchange<br />

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm<br />

Go along and make new<br />

friends, practice English and<br />

learn about New Zealand and<br />

Christchurch.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

New Brighton Seaside Market<br />

Saturday, 10am-2pm<br />

Go and enjoy a fun atmosphere<br />

beside the seaside. With live<br />

entertainment, food and free face<br />

painting.<br />

New Brighton Pedestrian Mall<br />

Mahjong Group<br />

Saturday, 2-4pm<br />

Live at the<br />

Library will<br />

be happening<br />

throughout<br />

this month as<br />

part of New<br />

Zealand Music<br />

Month. On<br />

Sunday, it’s<br />

New Brighton<br />

Library’s turn<br />

between 2pm<br />

and 3pm. Go<br />

along and<br />

enjoy some<br />

home-grown<br />

talent.<br />

Learn to play Mahjong at<br />

Shirley library. For beginners<br />

and advanced players alike.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

Golden Oldies Movie<br />

Screening - House Calls<br />

Monday, 1.30pm<br />

Go along for this 1978 drama<br />

starring Walter Matthau and<br />

Glenda Jackson, which follows<br />

a surgeon who’s recently lost his<br />

wife.<br />

New Brighton Museum, 8<br />

Hardy St<br />

Marshland Table Tennis<br />

Club nights<br />

Monday, 7.30-9.30pm<br />

Go along every Monday night.<br />

Casual players are welcome. $5<br />

for adults, $3 under 18 years.<br />

Marshland Hall


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Tuesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2019</strong> 19<br />

HOME & HEATING<br />

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compromised air does not circulate around such as extraction fans or heat exchanger<br />

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$150<br />

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Tuesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2019</strong> <strong>21</strong><br />

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