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housing

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• By Matt Slaughter

PEOPLE ARE divided over

the decision to turn the former

Central New Brighton School site

into a housing development.

Some say the loss of the school

site, which has been an arts and

community hub since late 2017,

will take away some of the area’s

vibrancy.

Others say this decision will be

good for business and encourage

people to move to the area.

Development Christchurch Ltd

has bought the site on Seaview Rd

from the Ministry of Education

for $1.2 million. Current tenants

will have the option of staying on

site until May 2021.

The Old School/Te Kura

Tawhito’s co-ordinator Sue Davidson

thinks she has the perfect

solution, which will give people

the best of both worlds.

“I just think it’s a perfect

opportunity to co-ordinate what

we’ve already got on site with a

sustainable housing village, which

many people in Brighton have

wanted for a long time.

•Turn to page 5

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2 Tuesday June 25 2019

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from the reporter’s desk

IT SEEMS burglars are continuing to target the eastern

suburbs (see page 3).

Police have had no luck catching the culprit(s), either.

Last week, Pegasus Post reported on a number of breakins

around the Parklands area.

The Waimairi Beach Golf Club was hit then, and it has

unfortunately been hit again.

It seems there is no limit to when and where the burglars

will strike and what they will take.

All of the organisations that have been hit have done

nothing to deserve this.

The investigations are ongoing, so let’s hope police catch

up with whoever is doing this sooner rather than later.

– Matt Slaughter

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Tuesday June 25 2019 3

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Burglars target east again

• By Matt Slaughter

THE EAST has been hit with

more burglaries over the past

week.

The Christchurch School of

Gymnastics building on Travis

Rd, the Travis Wetland Trust’s

premises on Beach Rd and a

greenkeeper’s

shed at the

Waimairi

Beach Golf

Club are the

latest to be

targeted.

Pegasus Post

Avril Enslow

Wayne

Turner

reported last

week on a spate

of burglaries in

the Parklands

area, which

included several

break-ins at the

golf club and at

the Parklands

Bowling Club,

which is located

in the Pukeko

Centre.

Police received a report of

a burglary at the gymnastics

school on Travis Rd about 2am

last Saturday.

The school’s chief executive

Avril Enslow said an iPad, three

iPhones and Chinese and New

Zealand money was taken.

Mrs Enslow said an attempt

was also made at 9.30pm last

Saturday to break into the

school’s new building opposite

the Taiora: QE II Recreation

and Sport Centre.

She said an alarm went off

and nothing was taken.

Police are investigating all of

the incidents but do not have

any suspects.

Mrs Enslow believed at least

two people used tools to break

into the school.

They smashed a switchboard

to cut the power and no

security footage has been

recovered as a result.

Mrs Enslow said police took

fingerprints, but she believes

the offenders may have been

wearing gloves.

She said the burglary and

attempted break-in had been a

significant inconvenience.

“It’s incredibly disappointing

as we’re trying to commission

a new building to have to deal

with broken windows and

smashed glass,” Mrs Enslow

said.

“It’s taken a number of hours

to tidy things up and deal

with police and reports and

BREAK-IN:

The

Christchurch

School of

Gymnastics

on Travis Rd

was broken

into last

Saturday.

insurance claims.”

The golf club was hit again

last Sunday. This time a set of

golf clubs was taken from a

shed.

Earlier his month, the club

also had $12,000 in computer

equipment, pro-shop gear and

cash taken in a burglary.

Club administrator Wayne

Turner said police had no leads.

•If you have information

about these incidents,

phone the police on 105,

or report it anonymously

through Crimestoppers on

0800 555 111.

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her flights to the International

Canoe Federation canoe racing

junior world championships in

Pitesti, Romania, from August

1-4. The grants came from the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board’s youth development fund.

BOOST FOR PROJECTS

Renew Brighton has received

$4000 to operate the Recreate art

space. Guardians of Rawhiti has

been granted $2000 for its spring

bulb planting at Rawhiti Domain.

North Beach Playcentre has

been granted $1468 towards the

purchase of outdoor maintenance

tools. The Pukeko Centre has been

granted $4014 towards stage two

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Canty bands get shot at Rockquest finals

CRISTO SENITULI from

Linwood College has won

the musicianship award at

the Canterbury regional

Smokefreerockquest final.

Cristo, who is the drummer

of Happy Karma, was one of a

number of Canterbury musicians

who showcased their talent on

June 14.

The Sneaky Caribbean Monk

Seals from Middleton Grange

School took out first place on the

night.

As first-time Smokefreerockquest

participants, lead guitarist

Jonathan Manning was ecstatic

with the win, which he attributed

to their unique stage presence

and genre fusion.

Combining blues guitar and

classic old school rock influences,

the band placed an emphasis on

creating a full on-stage experience

for the audience.

“We love very theatrical

performances and it’s natural

for all of our personalities to be

more eccentric on stage,” said

Jonathan.

“You can go up there and

play music and stand still, but

we want to be more than that.

It’s about being in the moment,

revival, energy, and loving rock

and roll,” he said.

The other members of The

Sneaky Caribbean Monk Seals

are Yannik Turner (vocals),

UNIQUE: The Sneaky Caribbean Monk Seal members. (From left) – Jonathan Manning, Abel

Carson, Yannik Turner and David Archer took out the Smokefreerockquest regional finals with

their genre fusion of blues and old school rock.

David Archer (bass) and Abel

Carson (drums).

Second place in the band

category went to Indigo State

from Burnside High School and

Hagley Community College,

with members Keira Jonkers

(vocals) Israel Soper (bass) Kayne

Child (lead guitar) and Lucas

Royds (drums).

They join Canterbury solo-duo

winners There is a Tuesday Between

a Monday and a Wednesday

from St Margaret’s College

and Christchurch Girls’ High

School (first place) and Amber

Williams from Cashmere High

School (second place).

The Canterbury winners now

have the opportunity to submit

a video of their original material

for selection as one of the top 10

national finalists to play at the

Bruce Mason Centre in Auckland

on September 14.

The Smokefree Tangata Beats

Award went to Lovely and the

Late Notes from St Andrew’s

College.

They now go into the selection

process for the national final

of Smokefree Tangata Beats, at

the Vodafone Events Centre on

September 21.

For Smokefreerockquest

founder and director Glenn

Common, the opportunities,

which could come after the competitions

was reflected by a music

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industry full of past participants.

“It’s fascinating for us to

look back at success stories like

Kimbra, Marlon Williams and

Broods where we could see the

star factor right back at the

regional level,” he said.

“Each event gives a new cohort

of bands the opportunity to take

their obsession with music and

develop the organisational and

stagecraft skills that will help

them become another Kiwi music

success.”

The full list of awards for

Canterbury is:

Band 1: The Sneaky Caribbean

Monk Seals, Middleton

Grange School

Band 2: Indigo State, Burnside

High School, Hagley Community

College

Band 3: JJ and the Stingers,

Christ’s College, Canterbury

Solo-duo 1: There is a

Tuesday Between a Monday

and a Wednesday, St Margaret’s

College and Christchurch Girls’

High School

Solo-duo 2: Amber Williams,

Cashmere High School

ZM people’s choice: Portland,

Cashmere High School

Musicianship: Drummer

from Happy Karma (Cristo Senituli),

Linwood College

Best song: Loose Edge, St

Andrew’s College

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Tuesday June 25 2019 5

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Landscaping completed

• By Matt Slaughter

RICHMOND Community

Garden teamed up with

conservation volunteers for

National Volunteer Week.

On Wednesday, 26 volunteers

completed landscaping and

planting around the Riverlution

community cafe and gathering

space beside the Avon-Ōtākaro

River.

This is a joint project between

Richmond Community Garden

and Greening The Rubble.

Richmond Community Garden

co-founder Cathy Allden

said its members had contributed

15,000 volunteer hours this

year, with about 15 people taking

in each volunteering session.

Ms Allden said Wednesday’s

planting day was a great way to

celebrate this.

Richmond Community

Garden were just some of the

volunteering groups, which were

honoured as part of national

volunteer week.

City council parks programmes

and Partnerships

manager Kate Russell said: “We

are very fortunate to have an

army of volunteers who help preserve

and restore our wonderful

green spaces for the benefit of

the wider community.”

PROJECT: Richmond Community Garden celebrated

national volunteering week by landscaping and planting

around the Riverlution community cafe and gathering space

beside the Avon-Ōtākaro River. ​

“However, we always welcome

more people who share a common

goal as we work to protect

our environment for generations

to come.

“Volunteers are an integral

part of our green space preservation

and regeneration. Without

those people, we would not

be able to carry out so much

valuable park work across the

region.”

Ms Russell said volunteers

have contributed more than

19,000 hours to their local

environments.

However, Ms Russell said the

necessary work far outweighs

the present resources.

“We have many projects under

way or in the pipeline that need

volunteer support,” she said.

Volunteers are working in

other areas including the Travis

Wetland South New Brighton,

Styx Mill, Charlesworth

Wetland and the Port Hills.

They are involved with

community gardens and

community art projects,

mountain-bike and walking

track maintenance and reserve

management.

•Volunteers, pages 8 & 10

SOLD: Opinions are divided over the old Central New Brighton

School site (also known as the Old School/Te Kura Tawhito)

being sold to Development Christchurch Ltd to be transformed

into a housing development. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Call to keep art hub

•From page 1

“There’s a need for an arts centre

in Brighton, there are so many

artists around, so that could be

part of it, to keep what we’ve got

and add housing to it.”

Art tutor Erika Isaksen,

who teaches at the

school said turning its

site into a housing development

was not the best

option.

“I think the school

does a lot of good for

the community and brings it

together.

“I would like to see the school

stay and be developed into more

thriving than it is now.”

Renew Brighton manages the

old school site.

Its manager Steve Jones-Pool

said its sale was to be expected.

Mr Jones-Pool was thankful

Sue Davidson

it had been opened for use as a

community hub for a few years

and that it could remain open

until early 2021.

Bin-Inn New Brighton owner

Nikki Griffin said she

understood both sides of

the debate.

“It will bring more

people into the area, so

if there are more people,

business grows. If there are

more people to support the

businesses it sort of goes a

wee bit of the way to bringing some

people back to the east.

“From a community perspective,

the work that Renew has done

down there is really really great,

it’s created a hub for people.”

Mrs Griffin agreed a housing

development, which kept the arts

and cultural elements available at

the old school would be best.


6 Tuesday June 25 2019

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News

Fitness, companionship aim of Early Birds group

PEOPLE OF all ages are

frequenting Taiora QE II for

fun, friendship and fitness as

part of the pool’s Early Birds

Club.

About 50 people visit Taiora

QE II regularly on Mondays,

Wednesdays or Fridays

between 5.30am and 9am to

enjoy a swim, the gym and a

social session.

They make up just a quarter

of the members of the QE II

Early Birds Club.

Members range in age from

those still working to several

in their late 80s and one member

nearing 100.

Club secretary Shirley

Forbes, 82, said the Early

Birds Club was a “wonderful

way to keep fit and socialise

with our friends.”

“We need to stay healthy,

active and independent,” she

said.

“The east has been badly

affected by the earthquakes

and it is very important to

get people out to exercise and

make new friends.

“With the different communities

now changed, so many

people are isolated and very

lonely.

“We do our exercise first

then relax with breakfast, a

cuppa and entertainment.

“Besides learning a new

Maori word a day, we are going

to start with other cultures

too. We have several Dutch

members who also bring in

their delicacies to try. We are a

multicultural group.”

Mrs Forbes said the new

hydrotherapy pool had also

been “a blessing to many with

disabilities and our older

swimmers enjoy aqua-jogging,

which is a great way to exercise

and chat at the same time.”

Mrs Forbes said the original

QEII site “offered us fitness,

wellness management and

friendship.”

After the earthquake-damaged

pool was closed and then

demolished, club members

stayed in touch with monthly

lunches and morning teas.

“Sadly, more than 20 members

have passed away but

their photos are displayed to

keep their memories alive,”

Mrs Forbes says.

“We returned to the QE

II site in June last year when

the complex reopened with

the original 30 members but

now have nearly 200 on our

books,” Mrs Forbes said.

“The new Tairoa QEII has

become that place of fitness,

wellness and friendship again.

“The Early Birds group has

rebuilt those priceless things

we lost.”

RSA’s new games room wins architecture award

ALL SMILES: New Brighton RSA secretary Garry House take a shot inside the games room

which has won a major architecture award.

FIT AND FRIENDLY: QE II’s Early Birds Club is keeping people healthy

and bringing together friends. Rear – Vicki, Christine, Sally. Middle –

Jos, Julie. Front Bronwyn, Denise, Alice. ​

• By Matt Slaughter

THE GAMES room attached

to the New Brighton RSA and

bowling club has been recognised

with a major architecture award.

The design has won Michael

O’Sullivan a public architecture

award at the New Zealand

Institute of Architects’ Canterbury

Architecture Awards.

New Brighton RSA

secretary Garry House said

there was no better place for

a game of billiards or darts.

The games room was

designed by Mr O’Sullivan,

who works at Auckland and

Lyttelton-based firm Bull

O’Sullivan Architecture. It

was finished in August last

year.

Mr House helped manage

the project. He said having it

recognised was a special feeling

given the RSA’s original home on

New Brighton Rd was damaged

beyond repair in the earthquakes.

“After the earthquake, we lost

our building entirely . . . we did

a deal with the New Brighton

Bowls Club that we’d pay off their

debt for the right to occupy their

building in a joint arrangement,”

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Mr House said. “With that our

members were missing out on

their sports facilities, so the RSA

with the leftover insurance money

decided to build a new games

facility. On sight now, we’ve got

outdoor bowls, we’ve got indoor

bowls for the winter, we’ve got

snooker, pool and darts, so the

guys have now got all of their

facilities back they had

before our building got

completely written off.”

Mr O’Sullivan said

the design of the games

room was simple with

big windows at the front,

which let in a lot of light,

making it perfect for

Michael billiards.

O’Sullivan

“In billiards, you need

to have an incredible amount of

patience, right, and you need to be

calm and you need to be focused

and, accordingly, the space had

to reflect those qualities . . . form

follows function.”

Mr O’Sullivan said receiving

an award for the space was an

honour.

Anyone is able to use the games

room as long as they are with an

RSA or bowls club member.

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Tuesday June 25 2019 7

Kia ora, greetings from Principal Geoff Siave

60 Shirley Road, Shirley

03 385 2229 office@sis.school.nz

www.sis.school.nz

Shirley-Intermediate-School

The future is bright for Shirley Intermediate

School! With major property developments

in the near future, and Banks Avenue School

moving right next door to us (in 2021), we’re

really excited.

A key part of Shirley Intermediate School’s vision

is to help children grow up to have “full and

satisfying lives”. These two qualities are rich

in interpretation and potential impact for our

pupils and families.

Children need academic achievement -

that’s without question - but they also

need connection/love, and high levels of

curiosity, motivation, self management and

relationship skills.

Employers consistently report that - besides

capability to do a job - they want people who

know how to interact and connect well with

others. This includes being able to cope with

stress and adversity. Wellbeing has certainly

been highlighted in Christchurch in recent years.

At Shirley Intermediate

School your child’s

sense of identity and

their connection

to others is

acknowledged and

valued. Teachers

seek to make learning

relevant to children and

to build connections to

children’s lives.

We have two public functions coming up and

you’re invited to both of them.

• Duane Major - “Core Matters - Know Local,

Go Local” 7pm Tuesday 2 July, Shirley

Intermediate School Hall.

• SIS Open Night 6.30-8pm Thursday 2 August

SIS Hall

Hei konei ra

Taitu’uga Geoff Siave - Principal

Home of Shirley District

Music School

Janet Simon (pictured)

is the Director of

Shirley District Music

School.

For over 45 years, the

Shirley District Music

School (SDMS) has

lived out its mission:

To provide quality,

affordable music

tuition for the children

of the Shirley Area.

Subsidised by the

Ministry of Education,

SDMS provides what

is possibly the most

affordable tuition in

Christchurch.

Hundreds, indeed thousands of children from

the local schools have been introduced to the

joy of playing music. The schools are: Shirley

Intermediate, Shirley Primary, Banks Ave Primary,

Waitakiri Primary, Mairehau Primary Marshlands

PrimarySt Francis Assisi

As the home of SDMS, Shirley Intermediate School

hosts the administration, and all the performance

events.

Enrolment and instrument details for Semester 2

(Terms 3 & 4)

For a reduced fee of $80 tuition is currently

available in:

• Strings: violin, viola, ‘cello, double bass

• Brass: cornet, trumpet, horn, trombone

• Woodwind: flute, clarinet, saxophone, recorder

• Other: guitar, percussion/drums

Nb. Sorry, guitar, percussion and keyboard classes

are currently full

`Cello,clarinet, flute, saxophone, trumpet,

trombone and violin can be hired from SDMS at a

subsidised hire fee.

Students are given a 15 minute individual lesson

or 30 minute group lesson each week. While most

lessons are held after school at Shirley Intermediate

some lessons may occur during school time at the

child’s school when this fits well with all parties.

Orchestra and Band - A highlight for many

musicians, SDMS provides group performance

opportunities for children.

A new Music Theory class for year 5-8 pupils has

proved very popular since being offered (free of

charge) this year.

SIS has further subsidies available by application to

the Principal.

Working with our wider community

As a core part of the Shirley community we

encourage community use of our facilities.

The following groups use our facilities:

1. Shirley District Music School

2. Studio 42 Dance School

3. KidsClub - Before and After school and holiday

programme

4. Shirley Fencing Club

5. Santa’s Workshop - making toys for charitable

groups

6. Cas’n’Ova Players

7. Yoga classes

8. Food for Life classes

9. Canterbury Junior Cricket

10. St Stephens Church Sunday mornings

11. Pentecostal church Sunday afternoons

evenings.

If you are interested in any of these groups, contact

the school office.

With winter amongst us our student leaders were to the fore last year, helping

the Shirley Village Project provide firewood for families in need.

You know about the beach, ,

but did you hear about the

local school?

In 2016 Duane (left) and Adam sparked a successful

campaign to buy Awaroa Beach for the people of Aotearoa.

Back home, Duane turned his hand to his local school.

The story is inspiring

You're invited...

... Duane will share how the Know Local, Go Local attitude of a few local

families lead to growth in their school and a significant lift in community

wellbeing.

Presenters include the dynamic Duane Major

Christchurch City Councillors Pauline Cotter and Glenn Livingstone

Heating and Baking provided!

Bilingual Class - “Te Tahu Rua Reo”

Te Tahu Rua Reo is our bilingual class option in

which the children have 50 - 80 percent of the

teaching delivered in Te Reo Maori.

The Te Tahu Rua Reo unit was established in

2003 in response to requests from St Albans

School to provide learning in Te Reo for the tauira

graduating from their bilingual class after Year Six.

Te Tahu Rua Reo now provides bilingual

education for children who enrol from the much

wider community. Children do not have to have

had a background in Te Reo; It is more important

that the child wants to learn Te Reo and that the

family is supportive.

Anchored by the children from Te Tahu Rua Reo, but drawing from throughout

our school, our 2018 kapa haka group performed exceptionally well and were

selected for the national competitions in 2019.


8 Tuesday June 25 2019

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

News

Volunteer

honoured

JAMIE BREEZE has been

volunteering his services to

Coastguard Canterbury in Lyttelton

since 2015.

Now, the Bromley resident is one

of a number of volunteers from

across Canterbury who has received

outstanding voluntary contribution

to the community awards for their

efforts.

Since joining Coastguard Canterbury

in 2015, Bromley resident Mr

Breeze has become a key volunteer

in his unit.

In addition to his full-time job

as a digital marketing expert for a

website design agency, Mr Breeze

is a volunteer crew manager and a

duty officer in the essential emergency

service.

This was made possible after he

completed 49 theory and practical

courses, four assessments and

significant training.

“A lot of it was to do with search

and rescue, which is quite specific to

how Coastguard operates.”

His time volunteering can vary

from eight to 40 hours a month.

“Normally it’s quite a bit busier in

the Summer,” he said.

The awards were presented

by Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson at

the city council civic offices last

Monday.

Creativity using hands and loom

SARAH KERR is a creative at

heart.

The 25-year-old has cerebral

palsy, which affects body

movement and co-ordination –

but her condition doesn‘t hold

her back at Handmade Studio

Charitable Trust.

Handmade Studio is a craft

co-operative shop where people

with disabilities can weave,

loom, stuff and sew to create a

variety of items – and 90 per

cent of the money from each

sale goes back to the person who

made it.

Sarah has been working at

Handmade Studio since 2015,

and says she loves it because it

doesn’t matter that she has a

disability.

“It doesn’t matter that my legs

don’t work, because it’s all hand

stuff,” she said.

“It’s varied and interesting,

and you look at something and

go: ‘Wow, I made that’.”

Sarah works four-and-a-half

days a week and spends a lot of

her time turning wool into fabric

using a loom.

“It’s mostly hand stuff,

and any leg movements are

big movements, so I can do

RESCUE: Operational crew member Bjorn Stankowitz tests out

the new jet ski.

that. I can’t do sewing on the

machines, and if I do hand-sew

it has to be rough stuff. But I

can tack – you can be the worst

sewer in the world and still

make it work.”

And Sarah says it’s more than

just work – she met her best

friend at Handmade Studio.

THE SUMNER Lifeboat

Institution has $35,000 in

new equipment thanks to the

generosity of two

long-standing benefactors.

The JI Urquhart Trust granted

$20,000 for a jet ski and trailer

and The Southern Trust has

funded a $15,000 Kubota tractor.

To pay homage to the JI

Urquhart Trust, which has

helped keep the institution afloat

for eight years, it has called the jet

ski Urquhart Trust

Rescue.

Said coxswain Blair Quane:

“This year, when they heard we

were looking for funding for a jet

ski, they gave us extra to cover

this purchase.”

“We are very, very grateful to

these trusts. Both have helped

Supervisor Toni Parker-

Adams said there is often up to

12 people working in the

studio each day, and the

friendships that have formed

are just as important as the

work itself.

“They feel safe here, and they

have a good group of friends.

Sumner Lifeboat to save lives over

the years and their help with this

project will make a difference for

several years to come,” Mr Quane

said.

“Our old jet ski named

Southern Trust Rescue was

funded by The Southern

Trust 12 years ago.

It has served us well,

but reached its limits.

Our first priority was

to replace the old

motorbike for towing

the jet ski with a small

but strong, more stable

tractor that would

enhance safety even with the old

jet ski.”

Operational crew member

Bjorn Stankowitz has been

testing the tractor and jet ski,

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HANDS ON:

Sarah Kerr

is not letting

cerebral palsy

kerb her

creativity.

Some of them have been coming

for 20-odd years. It’s sort of like

a coffee group on a bigger scale,”

she said.

Handmade Studio Charitable

Trust is supported by Rata

Foundation, which recently

approved a grant of $10,000

towards operating costs.

Trusts help lifeboat institute get $35k in new equipment

and helping train other crew

members.

“The jet ski a little beauty,” he

said.

“The Kubota has more power

and the driver has better control.

It is easier to turn so it is easier to

get it out of the garage and

that means we can get the

jet ski onto the water more

quickly.”

The new jet ski is

longer and stronger

than the previous machine

and Mr Stankowitz said it is

more responsive and is also

Blair Quane

more stable in the water.

“It’s also easier for the

second person to hold on so

the helmsperson can go faster

without the crew getting

exhausted,” Mr Stankowitz said.

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THE COUNTDOWN is

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This year promises to be the

best ever with new exhibitors

and a range of exceptional

prizes up for grabs.

On Friday, Saturday and

Sunday, attendees will be

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to make living better and easier.

A $40,000 electric vehicle,

supplied by HVS, is just one

of the many prizes to be

won, along with a Springfree

trampoline, a landscape design

and kitchen and bathroom

packages.

Star Media events manager

Lisa Lynch said she is really

excited and can’t wait for the

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and Living Show

event co-ordinator

Karen Pasco, event

manager Lisa Lynch

and marketing

manager Zoe

Williams with the

HVS electric car,

which will be given

away at the show

this weekend.

Tuesday June 25 2019

show to start. “We’ve put a lot

of time and energy into making

sure this show is the best it’s

ever been, so even if you’ve

been at one of our shows before,

there will be lots of new and

inspirational things to see.”

New features include an Eco

Zone, outdoor innovation area

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Spend an exciting weekend at

The Star Home and Living Show

and a range of stalls that cover

all aspects of home and living.

There will also be a range

of seminars throughout the

weekend, educating attendees

in everything from purchasing

electric cars to decorating

your home. The Taste corner

is always popular for people

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delicious food products.

•The Star Home and

Living Show will be on

at Horncastle Arena,

from Friday to Sunday,

10am-5pm.

•To get a free double

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LivingShow/

IAN BLACKLER’S efforts to go

above and beyond when caring

for animals have been recognised

with a national award.

The Christchurch resident took

home the ‘Going the Extra Mile’

award in the 2019 SPCA Purina

Volunteer Awards.

The award is one of six given by

SPCA and Purina during national

volunteer week.

The awards celebrate the 5000

volunteers who give their time,

talent and energy to SPCA across

the 39 SPCA centres and 56

SPCA op shops.

SPCA Christchurch’s volunteer

co-ordinator Caitlin Hamilton

nominated Mr Blackler for

the award for his work at the

Christchurch centre.

Mr Blackler was nominated for

the awards twice, and is known

around the centre as always

having a positive and friendly

attitude.

Ms Hamilton said he regularly

goes the extra mile for the inspectorate,

but a recent event really

stood out.

“We had a client who was

genuinely trying hard to provide

for her dog in very trying circumstances.

Her dog has a serious

illness called megaoesophagus,

which means he can’t keep his

food down, so he has to be fed

sitting upright, and then remain

upright for a period of time after

eating,” said Ms Hamilton.

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Award for SPCA volunteer

HELPING: Ian Blackler has

won the ‘Going the Extra Mile’

award in the 2019 SPCA Purina

Volunteer Awards.

“The solution to this problem

is a dog ‘chair’. We approached

Ian, who is very handy, for help.

He visited the dog, took some

measurements, and showed up a

few days later with a custom dog

chair. He sourced all the materials

from scrap and even took the

time to paint it.”

The winners received a

one-year supply of Purina One

for their pet and a $300 Prezzy

card.

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Reducing waste important for

this New Brighton business

As environmental awareness grows around the world,

New Zealanders are becoming increasingly conscious of the

amount of waste being generated, and are looking at ways it

can be reduced.

It’s a trend that’s certainly becoming more evident at Bin

Inn in New Brighton, owner Nikki says.

“We are doing our best to reduce plastic packaging so we

encourage our customers to bring their own containers to

cut down packaging waste, and more of them are doing that,”

Nikki says.

The added advantage is that there is a five per cent discount

on Bin Inn products for people that use their own containers

when purchasing, she says, and it’s also more convenient as

the containers can go straight into the cupboard at home.

Bin Inn also has a container library, with clean, sanitised

containers often available.

Products are also sold in paper bags, which are more

environmentally friendly than plastic.

The wide range of items at Bin Inn includes a variety of

flours, breakfast cereals, dried peas, beans and lentils,

popcorn, herbs and spices, seeds, bread mixes and

baking mixes.

“Our hokey pokey muffin mix is really popular, and so

is our fail-proof scone mix. The scones are great to have

in winter with soup.”

Another item that is very popular, especially with the

children, is the make your own peanut butter.

“This is 100 per cent peanuts with no additives. A lot

of our customers say they have stopped buying branded

peanut butter because they prefer ours,” Nikki says.

Bin Inn also sells baking soda and vinegar for people

that prefer to make their own cleaning products.

For anyone needing advice on how to use various

products, Nikki has the knowledge and experience to

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many items.

Bin Inn is located in Hawke Street, New Brighton

by the Surfside Mall. They are open Monday to Friday

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4pm, with plenty of off-street parking available.

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Tuesday June 25 2019 15

Christchurch Intermediate

Schools

Specialists in Year 7 and Year 8 Education

oPen DAYs / niGHTs 2019

Intermediate schools focus on meeting the

academic, social and personal needs of early

adolescents aged 11-13 years old. These twoyear,

co-educational schools are in many ways

ideal learning environments for students to begin

their journey into adolescence.

Early adolescence is a unique and special time

of immense physical, intellectual, emotional

and social development. These changes

create specific needs and challenges that are

significantly different from the needs of younger

children or older adolescents.

Intermediates are exciting places for students to

begin their adventure into adolescence. In addition

to providing a rich, age and stage, middle-yearsspecific

curriculum in a stimulating, challenging and

rewarding environment, intermediates cater for many

interest groups and clubs.

It is not surprising that New Zealand and overseas

research concludes that the quality of teaching is

one of the most significant factors influencing how

well students learn at school. Given that quality

teaching occurs in most New Zealand schools

regardless of their type, it’s only natural to consider

other factors that might make a difference for early

adolescents.

An intermediate school can support your Year

7 and Year 8 child in ways that include:

• Staff are all focussed on teaching early

adolescents. They establish strong relationships

and particularly enjoy working with Year 7 and

Year 8 students. They are highly qualified,

experienced and skilled teachers of early

adolescent students, who ensure the academic,

social and emotional needs are well supported.

• Each school is resourced and designed to

meet the needs of this age group with age

The young people at intermediates are changing

rapidly – physically, emotionally and socially.

Intermediates focus solely on this age group and

are well positioned to meet their needs. A mix

of specialist and home room teachers helps to

provide the choices, challenge, love for practical

activities and academic rigour in the students’

learning. Resourcing, both human and physical, that

is developed deliberately to meet early adolescent

student needs, helps to build self esteem, assist

students to develop and find strengths and links

learning with career aspirations. Teachers who are

focussed solely on the middle years are able to work

collaboratively to provide level-appropriate engaging

appropriate experiences, opportunities

and challenges.

• Leadership development focuses on

opportunities for students to develop the

important skills associated with being

effective leaders.

• Secure and supportive yet challenging

environments are provided to support students

to develop independence.

• Students thrive on the opportunities to step up.

• Specialist teaching opportunities enable

students to receive challenging learning in

technology, science, performing arts and

visual arts.

• Home group environments support strong

literacy and numeracy programmes,

differentiated in creative ways to meet

students’ individual needs.

The intermediate schools in Christchurch

work closely together to collectively provide

a wide range of extracurricular opportunities

for students in sporting, cultural and

academic contexts.

programmes that connect learning to students’ lives

and interests and provide challenge for all students

to achieve to the best of their ability.

Current intermediate school students list these

points:

1. “There are more children of my own age here

because our school takes all the year sixes from a

few different schools and they come to one school.

And because we’ve got bigger numbers of pupils

we can have more sports teams and … there’s

something for everyone” Y8 child

2. “Our school has different specialist teachers for

subjects like music art, P.E. and technology, so we

get used to that – which is good preparation for

secondary school” Y7 girl

3. “At intermediate school everything is for our two

years (age group).” Y8 girl

4. “I like that we don’t have to look out for little

children. That was neat at our old (primary) school

but it’s nice to just have our own age here. Y7 boy

5. “It’s good that we don’t have big secondary kids

here. We can worry about them when we’re older…

and then we’ll be big too. Y8 boy

enquiries welcome - Attending our open Days/nights is a great way to see intermediate schools in action

Breens

For a specialist focus on middle year schooling, use

the table on this page to find the time and date of

the open night for your nearest intermediate school.

School Date Time Principal Contact Details

Tuesday 30 July

ENQUIRIES WELCOME

6.30pm - 8.00pm Info Night

Book a tour of the school

on our school website

(Wednesdays Term Three)

Nikki Clarke

This is a great opportunity to

see Intermediates in action

Casebrook Wednesday 31 July 6.30pm - 8.30pm Sharon Keen

Website: www.breens.school.nz

Phone: 359 8108

Email: office@breens.school.nz

Website: www.casebrook.school.nz

Phone: 359 7428

Email: office@casebrook.school.nz

Chisnallwood Wednesday 3 July 6.00pm - 8.00pm Justin Fields

Christchurch South Thursday 1 August 6.00pm - 8.00pm Ross Hastings

Website: www.chisnallwood.school.nz

Phone: 388 4199

Email: info@chisnallwood.school.nz

Website: www.chchsouth.ac.nz

Phone: 332 2408

Email: office@chchsouth.ac.nz

Cobham

Tuesday 23 July

4.30pm - 7.30pm

Principal Address at

4.30pm and 5.45pm

Eddie Norgate

Website: www.cobham.school.nz

Phone: 351 6381

Email: office@cobham.school.nz

Heaton

Wednesday 24 July

Book a tour of the school at

either 8.45am, 10.45am or

1.30pm on our school website

Andrea Knight

Website: www.heaton.school.nz

Phone: 355 9555

Email: admin@heaton.school.nz

Kirkwood

Tuesday 2 July

9.00am - 12 noon and

7.00pm - 8.30pm

Phil Tappenden

Website: www.kirkwood.school.nz

Phone: 348 7718

Email: school.information@kirkwood.school.nz

Shirley

Thursday 1 August

6-30pm - 8.00pm in our

school Hall

Geoff Siave

Website: www.sis.school.nz

Phone: 385 2229

Email: office@sis.school.nz


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News

ST BEDES

Boarding

at St Bedes College

St Bede’s is a Catholic College for boys

founded by the Society of Mary in 1911 and

it is also the only Catholic boarding school

for boys in the South Island.

Catholic, Marist and Bedean principles

and values form the basis of a holistic

education at the College. We aim not to

make the College great but to ensure every

boy has the opportunity to be great, and

we endeavour to develop young men of

Catholic hearts and minds through the

experiences the boys have in their time here

at the College.

St Bede’s is a College for all…a place where

gospel values are practised to help form

principled men; a learning environment

where everyone achieves; a place that

teachers want to come to because of the

strength of the community; a place also,

where boys can embrace spiritual, sporting,

cultural and community activities, which all

combined shape boys into men. That’s the

priority and that is in our DNA.

Boarding at St Bede’s College is a tradition

that goes back to the 1920s. Our rich

history and tradition provides an excellent

foundation to embrace the challenges of

the modern era and prepare our boys to be

Catholic leaders wherever life takes them.

Today’s boarders enjoy life away from

home at the only single-sex Catholic

boarding school in the South Island.

Like many other organisations in

Christchurch, our campus has been broken

and tested. The demolition of the Chapel

seriously challenged us. It was the single

most important building at St Bede’s

College, and had symbolised the heart and

soul of the College ever since the third

Rector, Father Gilbert, converted it from the

gymnasium in 1929.

Makeshift holy places in the last eight

years, including the present facility, are a

poor imitation and far from ideal. But we

knew it was important to have this sacred

space – a place where we gather in good

times and in bad.

The time has now come to build a new

Chapel, which will be opened in September

this year.

After the hard years, there is real excitement

and anticipation about the prospect of the

rebuild which will significantly transform

the campus. As well as the Chapel, we

recently opened a new Food Technology

and Visual Art block and have extended the

Gymnasium. The Performing Arts Centre

will also be opened later this year.

Cold dip to raise money for

tower lights, mental health

• By Louis Day

THE Scarborough Dippers

will plunge into freezing

cold waters every day in

July to raise money for

lighting on the Cave Rock

signal tower.

The Sumner Redcliffs

Historical Society plans to

reinstall the historic lighting

on the tower’s mast.

Scarborough Dipper

Sandra Taylor said it is

more than just about raising

money for the lights, it is

also about raising awareness

around mental illness.

“Historically, the signal

tower guided boats to

safety and were a shining

light in the darkness

welcoming sailors home.

We would like these lights

to be a metaphor for those

struggling in the darkness

that is mental illness”, she

said.

This is the third year the

dippers have raised money

for a local cause.

Last year they raised

$1300 for a public-use

defibrillator for the Sumner

Lifeboat.

Sumner Redcliffs

Historical Society member

Toni Pengelly was delighted

with the support shown by

the dippers.

She thought the focus on

mental health was a nice

touch.

“I’m sure all of us have

suffered or know someone

close to us who is struggling

A FUTURE in the tech

industry may be on the

cards for year 6 pupils

Milla Nutira-Androshuk

and Renee Drury.

Milla, who attends

Bromley School, and

Renee, who goes to

Waitakiri School, will

explore how technology

is used when they tour

Trade Me and Xero’s head

offices in Wellington next

month.

“Technology can be

used for more than playing

games. It can be used for

lots of different things that

help people,” Milla said.

Bromley School principal

Scot Kinley said the

experience would help

alert other girls to career

opportunities and help

the participants develop a

sense of social conscience.

“It’s fantastic to see

Milla taking this step. We

encourage all children to

ask questions and embrace

opportunities, so they

can grow to be strong

role models. Hopefully,

Milla and other girls will

be inspired to see a place

CHILLY: The Scarborough Dippers during a winter

plunge last year.

with some sort of mental

illness,” she said.

“It’s a privilege to live in

Sumner where there is an

extraordinarily high level

of community involvement

with many individuals

committing their time,

expertise and often

finances to improve our

community and our

environment.”

•Donations can be made through the Scarborough

Dippers annual appeal page – www.facebook.

com/Scarborough-Dippers-Annual-Appeal-

Page-634110457088958/?epa=SEARCH_BOX

Milla Nutira-Androshuk

for themselves in this

industry.”

The trip is part of the

Tech Life Project, an

initiative being led by

Christchurch company,

Global Office.

Global Office director

Chris Tacon said he wanted

to see more diversity in the

industry because women

are currently underrepresented.

A report from the

Ministry for Women last

year found only 23 per

cent of Kiwis employed in

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Pupils visiting top tech companies

SCHOOLS

Renee Drury

digital technology were

women.

“Like Trade Me and

Xero, we would like our

learning opportunity in

Wellington to inspire the

selected young women to

continue their interest in

technology and consider

it as a career option in the

future,” Mr Tacon said.

“The time to capture

their attention is now.”

Three other Christchurch

female year 6 pupils will

also travel to Wellington

for the trip.


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Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday 10am-noon (by

appointment)

Go along for a group

offering assistance to mature

people with modern technology

including computers, tablets,

smartphones, email, Facebook,

Skype, Word, cellphones and the

internet.

202 Marine Parade (next to the

New Brighton Club)

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 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

Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Ascot Sit and Be Fit

Wednesday, 1-2pm, and

Thursday, 9.30-10.30am

Complete a class 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

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along and take part in

different activities based on local

and current events in a learning

environment. Homework help is

available during this time. Free

and no bookings required.

Aranui Library

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.

Parklands and Shirley

libraries

Reading to Dogs

Tuesday and Wednesday, 3.30-

4.30pm

This programme is designed

to provide an atmosphere that

encourages children to develop

their reading skills and a love for

reading in front of some furry

friends.

Shirley and New Brighton

libraries

CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand

to assist customers who need

help with their CV or

resume.

New Brighton Library

Technology Help Drop-in

Sessions

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

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

Makerspace

Friday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to weekly

Makerspace sessions and get

hands-on with activities for all

ages. Something new every week.

Aranui 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

Indoor Games

will be held at

the Wainoni

Avonside

Community

Services Trust

(878 Avonside

Dr) on Thursday

from 1pm until

3pm. Go along

and play games

including table

tennis, Scrabble,

Cribbage and

Rummicube.

$2 per person,

includes

afternoon tea.

and free face-painting.

New Brighton Pedestrian

Mall

Golden Oldies Movie

screening – Paint your Wagon

Monday, 1.30pm

Go along for this 1969 comedy/

drama starring Clint Eastwood.

Two unlikely prospector

partners share the same wife in

a California gold rush mining

town. $2, go early for a cuppa

and a chat.

New Brighton Museum, 9

Hardy St

Marshland Table Tennis

Club

Monday, 7.30-9.30pm

Go along every Monday night

until October 14. Casual players

are welcome – $5 for adults per

night, $3 for juniors under-18.

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Marshland Rd

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WORKSAFE NEW Zealand

Coastal-Burwod Ward city

counci lor David East wants

park’s private owners into

a “trip and vehicle” hazard.

WorkSafe chief inspector

undertaking.”

Surf club move

Cr East abou the car park.

“WorkSafe has completed

risks a propriately.”

to rebuild on new site

are owned by various people

and the Coastal-Burw od

Community Board recently

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owners and ge ting them to

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• By Georgia O’Co nor-Harding

GR ENDALE SCHOOL pupils

have taken a step back in time,

s eing first hand what men and

horses l oked like during war.

The New Zealand Mounted

Rifles Charitable Trust president

Mark A pleton and member

Mike Donaldson t ok their

horses to the sch ol on Monday,

Li ter library

River working group

Problem areas for li ter

revealed

Rebuilding a healthy

ecosystem in the Selwyn River

Ja z Competition.

• By Sophie Cornish

THE ST Andrew’s Co lege big

band had extra incentive to

win a the National Youth Ja z

Competition – ba s player, Tom

Fastier, co lapsed and died the

to undertake work.

Cr East said there had b en

a “number of incidences” in

WE ARE OPEN

Mon - Fri

8. 0am to 5. 0pm

in a bid to educate pupils on the

sacrifice their ancestors made in

World War 1 and World War 2.

Mr A pleton and Mr Donaldson

a rived a the sch ol dre sed

in World War 1 uniforms while

their horses Tommy and Kruze

wore 1 0-year-old sa dles donated

to the trust.

The presentation is a prelude

christchurch east

Ca l to make an

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Pool plans for Edgeware

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or senior citizens perhaps

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day before the competition

began.

“Tom was a ba s player from

Cashmere High Sch ol who was

playing with our big band this

year. He had a strong chance of

wi ning best ba s player a the

to the Gr endale Recreation Reserve

Management Commi t e’s

upcoming Anzac Day service.

As a tribute to those who

served, members of the trust wi l

ride horseback to the service.

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

perspective on ride to hospital

• By Gordon Findlater

DEAN CALVERT (above)

returned from the United

Kingdom last w ek after

festival as he was a very a complished

musician,” head of music

Duncan Ferguson said.

“We were delighted to win, but

it was bi tersw et,” he said.

St Andrew’s won the most

outstanding big band title a the

He is confiden the new

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stays true to his word

New pi za joint

Fire and Slice fina ly se to

open in Sumner

competition in Tauranga.

The band dedicated it se to

Tom, who died while on his way

to Cashmere High on March 27.

His death was po sibly related to

a medical event.

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ge ting closer than mos to

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But he said the presentation

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and was more of a “show and

te l” to make them aware of what

the soldiers l oked like.

Children were shown the type

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wear in the war.

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A CRACKDOWN on mobile

traders acro s the districts could

be l oming.

However, the public has li tle

interest in having input into the

i sue.

Only eight submi sions were

received for a potential bylaw

aimed at regulating commercial

activities in public places.

The district council wi l be

holding a hearing for the Public

Places Bylaw and Policy on Commercial

Activities and Events in

Public Places.

A hearing i scheduled to be

held on Thursday.

The bylaw comes as an increasing

number of mobile traders

are s eking to operate in Selwyn,

especia ly during the summer

months.

In the past year, the district

council has received five inquiries

about se ting up a mobile busine s

on private or public land.

A report said there are two

str et operators in Darfield, a

coff e cart is parked beside the

railway in Ro leston, and a pi za

cart visits Lincoln w ekly betw en

September-May along with a Thai

f od truck.

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includes W olston butcher

in the competition.

seven years ago.

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year’s World Butchers’ Chal-

members met in Auckland

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to figh the city council over

funding.

Signatures are being co lected

in a bid to get funding for a community

facility in Shirley.

It comes after the city council

removed funding for the centre

pla ned for Shirley Rd, near the

intersection with Hi ls Rd. This

was the site of the former community

centre, which was badly

damaged in the February 2,

20 1, earthquake.

The removal o funding

prompted community board

chairwoman Ali Jones to threaten

to stand down, citing it as her “die

in the ditch” project.

Ms Jone said the board’s role

is to represen the community,

and by gathering signatures from

residents, it was fulfi ling that

role.

“One of the roles of a community

board is to represent and act

as advocate for the interests of its

community and this is what we

are doing. The LTP and a nual

plans are a l about lo bying the

council.”

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But Mr Winder admires the

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THE OWNERS of Sumner’s Cave

Rock Apartments ar expecting the

Earthquake Commi sion to sign-off

on a se tlement agr emen this w ek.

on February 20, and signed off

on a deal with IAG on February

2 – coincidenta ly seven years

to the day after the February 2,

20 1, earthquake. However, they

are waiting for EQC to sign the

agr ement.

“Given that EQC actua ly drafted

in the February and June, 20 1,

earthquakes and were demolished in

late 2012. In 2016, IAG’s offer of the

difference betw en indemnity value,

$10 mi lion, and the sum insured,

$16 mi lion, was rejected by the body

corporate.

The mediation agr ement

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the se tlement amount, but he said it

involved the two parties paying “a bit

more money than they’d wanted to

earlier.”

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months for THE lengthy HALSWE w ekend L-Hornbyand

he was “rea ly proud” of practices.

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Mr Garth, who has b en a

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Templeton.

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Board of

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Declaration of

Parent Election

Results

Parent

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votes:

Name

Votes

BALLOCH, Chrissie 68

BORCHERDS, Jude 56

JERNESKOG, Thommy

46

LEWIS, Leroy A 98

MITCHELL, Adele 83

NAYLOR, Ben 113

RANKIN, Nic 31

SMIDT, Amanda 44

WOODING, Teresa 50

Invalid Votes 2

I hereby declare the

following duly elected:

BALLOCH, Chrissie

BORCHERDS, Jude

LEWIS, Leroy A

MITCHELL, Adele

NAYLOR, Ben

Kim Hillson

Returning Officer

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has b en a proached in a bid to

fina ly repair the potholes in New

Brighton’s Hawke St car park.

WorkSafe to pre sure the car

repairing the potholes which are

a se sment southern Da ren

Handforth said it may be able to

take action under the Health and

Safety at Work Act 2015, “as a

person conducting a busine s or

Mr Handforth said WorkSafe

is aware of the concerns raised by

New Brighton surf club opts

an a se sment visi to the site

and is engaging with the owner

to advise them that it is their

responsibility to manage their

Different parts of the car park

wrote to them about its concerns

Cr East said the bi gest i sue

in the past has b en ge ting in

touch with the landlords and

agr e to anything. “The board

a preciates that multi-ownership

of the parking space may present

repair/resurfacing but felt obliged

to pa s these concerns onto you,”

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far from an owner who is wi ling

to discu s the i sue. However, a l

the owners would have to agr e

jo

hayes

New bid to fix potholes

Action looms

on Hawke St

car park

the car park of people injuring

has b en quite amazing that we

haven’t had any serious a cidents

tri ping in those potholes and

doing themselve some damage.”

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He said the cha lenge started

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lenge was intense as the team

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From New World Ferry Rd

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Body corporate chairman Mike

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the agr ement, there’ l be no

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Board of Trustees Election 2019

For 5 Parent Representatives

DECLARATION OF PARENT REPRESENTATIVE

ELECTION RESULTS

Parent Representatives

Votes

DARNELL, Michael 52

HERRING, Tony 43

WHEELER, Troy Cameron 43

FITZGERALD, Koral 34

MULLINGER, Simon 19

JAMES, Nick 18

MORRISON, James 18

BROEKHALS, Wayne 13

INVALID VOTES 0

I therefore declare the following duly elected:

Michael Darnell, Koral Fitzgerald, Tony Herring,

Simon Mullinger and Troy Cameron Wheeler.

Wayne Jamieson

Returning Officer

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w ek.

A decision to paint double yellow

lines on the stretch betw en

Summit Rd and the Sign of the

Takahe was earlier made by the

Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board.

Bu the Banks Peninsula Community

Board decided against

ye low lines on the Summit Rd-

Governors Bay section due to the

road’s na rowne s and general

condition.

The changes are designed to try

and reduce the crash rate.

Insta lation of the double

ye low lines, the new sp ed limit

signs and raised centre line pavement

markers wi l begin in mid

April.

The work i scheduled to take

place betw en April 15-18, 2-26,

29 and May 2.

While the work is done, Dyers

Pa s Rd wi l be closed to traffic

from the Sign of the Takahe to

Governors Bay betw en 7pm and


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