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THE FUTURE radio stars of

New Zealand could come out of

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Haeata Community Campus.

Since the end of term one,

16 students have been running

their own radio station, Dawn

FM, from a studio at the school.

Year 12 student Quintin

Kerr’s on-air efforts have seen

him secure a job at Tahu FM in

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Creating top radio DJs at Haeata

ON AIR: Troy Richardson (left), Josh Gamble. Luke Bensley, Nathan Faulks, Quintin Kerr, Malachi Taukiri, Amber Newman, Craig

Nash and Rangi Campbell in the Dawn FM studio.

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Christchurch when he finishes

school. Quintin said hosting has

taught him many skills.

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THE RISK of properties

in Heathcote flooding has

decreased due to work

undertaken in Wigram.

The city council has

undertaken flood protection

work to increase the capacity of

the Wigram East storage basin,

which sits in the Canterbury

Agricultural Park.

Land drainage manager

Keith Davison said the work

means there will be less risk

of properties along the upper

reaches of the Heathcote

flooding.

“We have lowered a large area

of the park for flood storage and

created four hectares of wetland.

“In a one-in-100-year storm

event the basin can now store

around 590 million litres

of water – the equivalent of

more than 236 Olympic-sized

swimming pools,” Mr Davison

said.

The city council fast-tracked

the $7.25 million project to

extend the Wigram East storage

basin to provide critical flood

mitigation, and scheduled it

at the same time as work on

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WE REVEAL some interesting data about

the bane of service station lives – petrol

drive-offs (see page 3).

I’ve seen one or two over the years.

A key indicator that something is about

to happen is the thief leaves the car idling while he or see is filling

up. Usually, it’s a passenger filling up, for a quick getaway.

And almost always the forecourt is busy so staff in the shop are

either distracted or have multiple things going on.

But now a relatively new development in the drive-off story.

Thieves are stealing number plates, and attaching them to their

cars to make it even harder to be caught.

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Tuesday July 2 2019 3

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Stolen plates used in petrol thefts

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

THIEVES ARE fitting their cars

with stolen number plates to

steal petrol.

But police don’t appear to be

following up on the issue.

THe Hornby Community

Patrol receives weekly statistics

which shows on average about

five to 10 number plates are

stolen across the city each week.

“I noticed like last week there

were nine sets of number plates

stolen … I feel nobody talks

about it,” patrol chairman Ken

Chamberlain said.

It is believed number plates

are stolen to disguise vehicles

when crimes are committed –

mainly for petrol drive-offs and

burglaries.

Superintendent Lane Todd

said number plates are routinely

stolen for petrol drive-offs.

Drive-off incidents escalate

when fuel prices rise.

He said police take reports but

it does have to prioritise with

more serious offending.

“If there is a vehicle identified

and has stolen registration

plates there are limited inquiries

we can do unless we see good

footage of the offending person

on the forecourt,” he said.

Fuel stations say police leave

“a lot to be desired” when it

comes to following up on

CHANGE: The Hornby Community Patrol is planning a

fundraiser so that vehicles visiting BP 2go Halswell can be

fitted with anti-theft number plate screws.

petrol drive-offs.

BP 2go Halswell site manager

Josh Nelson said it hasn’t been

happy with the police response

for a long time.

He said each incident

of stolen fuel is reported

to police, a letter is sent to

the owner of the plate and

the footage is downloaded

and saved.

Mr Nelson said the company

has an agreement

with the New Zealand

Transport Agency which

will provide registration details

and the address of the plate’s

owner.

“Our hope is if we keep reporting

them, they (police) realise it is a

problem. When they have the

resources they will throw more at

it,” Mr Nelson said.

It has had 20

incidents of stolen fuel

in the past two months

– four of the recorded

incidents involved false

number plates.

It is why the Hornby

Community Patrol

runs fundraisers at

BP 2go Halswell which

involves refitting number plates

with “anti-theft” screws.

Rob Jack, who owns four

Mike Mora

Mobil stations across the city,

including Mobil Creyke Rd in

Ilam said: “If we leave it in the

hands of the police, not much

gets done.”

He said he is not encouraged

to call police every time fuel is

stolen because it doesn’t often

get results, which is why the

company follows up itself.

“THat involves me going to

houses, knocking on doors,

letters, all that kind of stuff

which can be a little sketchy at

times but it is the only way it can

be done,” he said.

Mobil Creyke Rd has had

about 10 petrol drive-offs since

the beginning of the year.

In May, Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community Board

chairman Mike Mora had

his number plate stolen in

broad daylight while he was

at a meeting at the Te Hāpua:

Halswell Centre.

Mr Mora reported the incident

to police but has not heard back.

“It is not the end of the world,

it is just frustrating. People need

to be aware that they need to be

very protective of their vehicle

number plates,” he said.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Have

you had your number plates

stolen? Email your views to

georgia.oconnor@starmedia.

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ROTARY AWARDS

A Hornby High School student

and staff member have been

recognised for their contribution

to the community. The school’s

head girl Shardey Harris received

the Young Totara Award while

Nicole Sowman, the school’s

librarian and learning commons

supervisor, was recognised with

the Pride of Workmanship award.

The awards have been run by the

Hornby Rotary Club for more

than 20 years now, with the aim

of celebrating the outstanding

work in the community.

$5000 FOR HALSWELL HALL

The Halswell Hall has received

$5000 towards replacing its

original clay drainage pipes.

The Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board approved the

grant at its meeting on Tuesday.

Another grant of $5000 was

approved from the 2018-2019

Discretionary Response Fund to

go to Wigram School so it could

establish a school garden.

55 GRANT APPLICATIONS

The Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board will consider

applications made to the 2019-20

Strengthening Communities

Fund on August 13. The board

received 55 applications and

has already approved multiyear

funded grants to six

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Clock tower repairs set to start

• By Matt Slaughter

THE SCARBOROUGH and

New Brighton clock tower repairs

will begin this month after a long

delay.

Contractors Cook Brothers

Construction Canterbury have

been awarded the tender for

fixing the towers. This should be

done by the start of next year.

The repairs were

supposed to start in

September last year,

but were delayed

after detailed investigation

revealed

more damage and

Andrew

Rutledge

overdue maintenance-related

issues

than expected.

The Scarborough clock tower

dates back to the 1930s.

It is expected the restoration

work will take about six months.

Said city council head of

parks Andrew Rutledge: “Cook

Brothers have a great track record

of heritage repairs and we’re

confident they will do a fantastic

job in returning these clock

towers to their former glory.’’

The clock towers have been

fenced off since early last year

while extensive structural

investigations have been done

to determine the extent of the

repairs required.

That investigative work showed

the earthquakes and years of

exposure to the harsh seaside

environment have left them in a

poor condition.

“Both clock towers suffered

structural damage in the

earthquakes and have historical

damage that needs repairing.

The investigative work we did

revealed there was chlorides in

the concrete which has caused

the underlying reinforcing

steel to corrode in places,’’ Mr

Rutledge said.

“There is also evidence in both

towers of poor quality concrete

cover to the steel – for example,

at the very top of the Scarborough

clock tower you can see

where some of the reinforcing

has been exposed.’’

Mr Rutledge said of the two

clock towers, New Brighton

needed the most repairs. It has

two internal floors that need

replacing because they have significant

cracks in them.

The clock faces on both towers

also need to work carried out on

them.

“The clock faces and

mechanisms from both

clock towers have already

been removed so they can be

restored. Because of the heritage

significance of the clocks, we

want to retain as much of the

original material as possible.’’

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the Nga Puna Wai sporting

facility.

Sport Canterbury’s team

of physical health advisers is

leading the weekly Have-a-

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and aim to continue the

walks through winter.

The walks are held every

Monday at 10.30am at the

Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub.

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Community awards for volunteers

• By Jess Gibson

GOOD SAMARITANS have

been acknowledged for their

services.

Nominees were selected

by Volunteering Canterbury

to receive the outstanding

voluntary contribution to the

community award, presented by

Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson at the

civic offices on June 17.

Twelve groups and 28

individual awards were

presented in front of about 200

people who gathered to support

the nominees.

Alan Christie, City to

Sumner Community Patrol

Sumner resident Alan

Christie, 74, does not believe

that retirement means sitting at

home.

Instead, he puts his free time

to good use by helping out at

the City to Sumner Community

Patrol.

For the past 15 years, Mr

Christie has been involved

with patrol which covers the

area from Linwood through to

Diamond Harbour, building

relationships with groups in the

wider community and making

exceptional contributions

‘behind the scenes.’

Mr Christie is a committee

member and heads out on patrol

every two weeks to help clean

up the streets and report graffiti

to the city council. He will also

help out emergency services if

they need help with accidents or

monitoring areas for crime.

For the last four years, he has

helped to train police college

applicants before they head off

to study for 16 weeks in Porirua,

Wellington.

“Quite a few police applicants

join us to learn a bit more about

what goes on,” he said.

Mr Christie is no stranger to

helping others.

Before joining the patrol,

Mr Christie was involved with

the STOP trust, which helps

males who have been sexually

abused.

He was a member for seven

years, five of which he served as

chairman.

Looking on, Mr Christie plans

to keep helping out at the patrol

until he knows its “time to go.”

COASTGUARD: Jamie Breeze is the volunteer

crew manager and a duty officer for Coastguard

Canterbury and spends up to 40 hours a month

helping people on the water.

“I plan to stay on as long as I’ve

got my wits about me,” he said.

Jamie Breeze, Coastguard

Canterbury

Since joining Coastguard

Canterbury in Lyttelton in 2015,

Jamie Breeze has become a key

volunteer in his unit.

Mr Breeze is crew manager

and a duty officer in the

HARD-WORKING: Tom Denman won

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and practical courses, four

assessments and significant

training.

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Thank you for

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Fall Zones

community

To all of you who have had your

trees trimmed before they became

a problem, thank you for keeping all

the families in your community warm,

happy, healthy and connected.

You can be proud of the fact that you have allowed your

neighbours to stay warm, cook dinner and even charge

their mobile phones. You may not have realised that what

you’ve done has had much impact, but from all of us here

at Orion, we just want to say thank you.

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B

A

Power line voltage A. Growth limit zone B. Notice zone

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We’re not exaggerating.

On our network, 10-20% of all unplanned power outages are

caused by trees — including vegetation — coming into contact

with power lines. Other than this, fire damage to property from

branches sparking in dry conditions and serious injury from

electrocution from contact with trees touching power lines are

also possible consequences of not maintaining your trees.

How close is too close?

While most damage is caused by trees falling on power lines,

significant risk exists from trees merely touching them. This risk

increases the higher the voltage of the power line.

The minimum distances that must be maintained between trees

and power lines, as defined in the Electricity (Hazards from

Trees) Regulations 2003, are outlined in the diagrams above.

All vegetation should be kept out of the growth limit zone and

preferably the notice zone.

Sometimes it may not be practical to have a tree trimmed at the

rate at which it grows and unfortunately, this means it may need

to be removed. Other situations may require trees to be removed,

most commonly when they are at a high risk of falling due to

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Before you begin, remember to keep yourself, and those around

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liable for a fine not exceeding $10,000. If the offence continues,

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Recognition for taking initiatives

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•From page 6

“I’m helping them to get to

the stage where I’m at. I’m in the

process of completing becoming

a coastguard instructor, so I can

teach what I’ve learnt to people

who want to move up the ranks.”

Tom Denman, Surf

Life Saving New Zealand

(Sumner)

Police officer Tom Denman

keeps the community safe both

on and off the clock.

In his spare time, he volunteers

for Surf Life Saving New Zealand.

Since the 28-year-old became

involved at the Sumner Surf

Lifesaving Club 12 years ago, he has

helped run training sessions in all

nine of Canterbury’s surf life saving

clubs. This is so club members can

develop the skills necessary for

emergency call out squads.

Mr Denman’s volunteering

award recognition he has

received for his deeds on the

water. In 2017, he was recognised

as lifeguard of the year at the

HONOURED: Ruth Dyson presents community awards to Bruce King and Barbara Kay.

Canterbury Surf Lifesaving

awards of excellence.

Bruce King, Little River

Wairewa Community Trust

Quietly working some greenfingered

magic in Little River

is Bruce King, who has over

the years transformed an area

in the Awa-Iti Domain into a

remarkable place.

Mr King’s initiative has not

only created a much-appreciated

spot for the community and

tourists alike, but it has also

garnered interest for the local

Little River School children who

he involves with the annual

spring bulb planting.

Barbara Kay, Lyttelton

Community House Meals

Service

Barbara Kay grew up in

Lyttelton and gives back to her

community where she can.

Since the earthquakes, Miss

Kay has spent over four hours

each week delivering meals for

the Lyttelton Community House

Meals Service.

However, her other work in the

community, goes mostly under

the radar.

If Miss Kay hears of someone

in need, she will help in practical

and useful ways.

House Meals acting

community facilitator Maureen

Dellow-Jackson said Miss Kay

will come in and help when she is

needed “at the drop of a hat.”

“She’s one of those wonderful

people to have in the community.

She’s quiet about what she does

but we are very appreciative,” she

said.

‘I love being able to be myself on air’

•From page 1

Quintin’s dream is to be like

his radio heroes Simon Barnett

and Gary McCormick.

The radio skills he has

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Year 13 student Troy

Richardson said he has learned

a lot being involved with the

station.

“It’s a great hobby to do, I

love being able to be myself on

air

. . . one thing I know I can do is

be myself on radio.”

Year 8 student Rangi

Campbell said his confidence

has been boosted during his

time presenting.

“What I’ve enjoyed about

Dawn FM is being confident

about talking actually, because

at the start of Dawn FM, I

actually didn’t want to talk at

all and, yes, I’ve actually got

really confident at talking and

I’m good at it.”

Luke Bensley, also in year 8,

said music plays an important

role on the station and a wide

range of genres, from electronic

to country, are played.

Xavier Taylor Jarden, who

is in year 12, said as well as

learning how radio is made, he

has made lasting connections

with the students he works

alongside.

“Other than how to actually

change songs and all that, I’ve

basically learnt how to team

up with all the people that

I’ve now become friends with,

like Rangi and Luke . . . now

that we’re all part of the radio

group, I talk to them like my

best friends.”

•Dawn FM is on air from

10.50am on Monday,

Wednesday and Friday,

and from 9am on Tuesday

and Thursday. Every show

can be listened to live at

www.dawnfm.co.nz.

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Mrs Jewell said presenting

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News

Go-ahead for new playground

• By Kim Thomas

OAKLANDS SCHOOL pupils

are getting a new playground

thanks to years of fundraising

activities such as discos, sausage

sizzles, and gala days.

The school’s board of trustees

outgoing chair Clive Keylard

said the Parent Teacher Association

and the board recently

agreed to pay for a new $180,000

playground for junior pupils.

The board is contributing 60

per cent of the cost from money

saved over eight years in anticipation

of the redevelopment.

The PTA is paying the remainder.

Mr Keylard said the playground

will replace one removed

for a new classroom and an

existing one that is more than

15-years-old.

He said the school was currently

being redeveloped.

The Ministry of Education

paid for buildings, including

construction of three new buildings

and refurbishment of existing

1960s-era classroom blocks,

but not for other facilities such

as playgrounds and landscaping,

he said.

PTA president Michelle Blake

said the group was thrilled to

contribute a large portion of its

savings from fundraising activities

towards the playground.

OUT AND ABOUT: Oaklands School pupils on the existing

playground. From left – Esther Vincent, 7, Greer Western, 7,

Ethan Pietzner, 5, Jessie Braithwaite, 8, and Ollie Braithwaite, 6. ​

“We have saved all our money

for the last four or five years in

anticipation of the redevelopment

happening.

“We wanted to put our money

towards something significant

that would enhance the school

environment and that students

would enjoy. The playground

definitely fits the bill,” Mrs Blake

said.

Mrs Blake said the group

raised its contribution for

the playground through

annual community gala days,

and regular sausage sizzles,

discos, raffles, and selling used

school uniforms.

Any money raised over the

next few years would fund items

for the redevelopment not paid

for by the ministry, she said.

The redevelopment is expected

to be complete by the end of

2020.

Oaklands School principal

Margaret Trotter said pupils

had a say in the design of the

playground with school council

members voting on the most

important components to be

included.

The playground will be

installed in term 4.

• By Jess Gibson

A BUSINESS started by a group

of Cashmere High School

students aims to liven the streets

of Christchurch with artistic

road cones.

Christchurch Cones was

launched at the Young Enterprise

Scheme market on Monday,

hosted by Ara Institute of Canterbury.

Year 13 student Tamara

Hill said the group “wanted to

make something that could

make the city beautiful

again.”

“We’re going to get people from

the community and our school to

design and paint the cones themselves

and then they’re going to

be put in people’s gardens and

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Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

ARTISTIC:

(From left)

– Tamara

Hill,

Cassandra

Ayers

and Tang

Klinklum

of

Cashmere

High

School.

Cashmere students’ bid

to make city ‘beautiful’

around the city,” she said.

YES sees senior secondary

school-aged entrepreneurs set up

and run real businesses over the

course of a year.

Other ideas at the market included

a mental health cook book

and biodegradable alternatives to

plastic.

Common themes among

many of the projects like tackling

issues of sustainability, mental

health or exploring social enterprise.

Students will now work on

their marketing campaigns, sales

and producing an annual review

over three months.

The top six teams to emerge

from Canterbury will go on to

compete at the regional finals in

October.


SOUTHERN VIEW Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Tuesday July 2 2019 13

WITH MARY IN FAITH

TĀTOU KO MERE E WHAKAPONO ANA

MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD

Thank you to everyone who contributed ideas and feedback as part of our first phase

of consultation as we plan for our new school.

As well as the online survey, feedback was gathered from Post-It Stations at various

school events and from student House Groups and workshops.

A Community Consultation Report is now with the design team to assist in developing

the preliminary concept design for the new school.

The key findings in the report shows our community would like a new school which:

► Reflects Marian’s Roman Catholic Special Character, values, story and history

► Is inclusive and supportive. For example, reflects and celebrates Māori, Asian and

Pasifika cultures

► Fosters Marian’s family environment and supports small class sizes

► Has designated and comfortable spaces to pray, eat, prepare, teach, learn and be

together

► Is eco-friendly and sustainable

► Has full-sized, modern facilities designed to be functional and welcoming

► Has plenty of green, leafy space.

The full report is available on the Marian College website.

SERVICE IN THE COMMUNITY

This term, Marian students have filled paper bags with more than 200

non-perishable food items for Christchurch families in need.

During the July school holidays, Marian students will be working in the

Stanmore Road St Vincent de Paul shop. Please call in with your preloved

gently used clothing and household items and say hi.

Marian College has a long tradition of service. Both students and staff

members are actively involved and contribute positively to the wider

community. All students complete at least six hours of meaningful

service within the school and community, every year.

SOFTBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

Year 10 New School Workshops

Reminder: Year 9 2020 Marian College

enrolment applications close 1pm

Friday 26 July, 2019

WE WELCOME YOUR QUESTIONS

We have had many questions from families, prospective families and the wider

community about the relocation and rebuild of Marian College.

The Marian College website is your first port of call for all Marian news and

information as well as progress updates on the new school.

A regularly updated document is available on the school website to assist with

inquiries. Visit www.mariancollege.school.nz/newschool and click on the ‘New

School Questions & Answers’ button.

If we haven’t answered what you need to know on the website – please email or

phone the school office, and we will respond as soon as possible.

Congratulations to Year 10 student Brie-Ellen Harding and the Canterbury Baby Hawks

who came second to the Philippines in the Softball World Championship U16 Women’s

division, held in the Czech Republic from 13 - 23 June.

Next stop, Brie-Ellen (pictured back, fifth from the left) will be travelling to Queensland,

with the New Zealand Developing Sox Girls U15 squad, to compete in this month’s

Friendship Series. Good luck Brie-Ellen, we are very proud of you!

UC’S YOUNGEST FEMALE PHD

Natasha Mazey, a 23-year-old former

Marian College student, may be the

youngest female in the University of

Canterbury’s almost 150-year history,

to earn a doctorate. Natasha began her

academic journey studying commerce and

digital technologies at Marian College,

which she enjoyed.

UC describes her as an ‘unstoppable force

of nature’ - congratulations Natasha on

your remarkable achievement!

www.mariancollege.school.nz | 03 385 8449 | exec@mariancollege.school.nz | follow us! www.facebook.com/mariancollegechch


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Tuesday July 2 2019

Local

News

Now

News

Lights and treats to mark Matariki

Fire rages, homes at risk

Elizabeth Crawford (left)

enjoyed some treats

at ​Matariki in the Zone

at Avebury House in

Richmond. About 750

people enjoyed a light

show and the chance

to take part in a range

of activities, including

lantern-making,

marshmallow toasting,

flax weaving and a hāngi,

which fed more than 500

people. The event was

jointly hosted by Avebury

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

2

SOUTHERN VIEW

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Linwood Library

JP Clinic

Today, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace is

available to witness signatures,

certify documents, take oaths,

declarations, affidavits or

affirmations, applications for

citizenship or rates rebates.

South, Linwood and Te

Hapua: Halswell Centre

libraries

Technology Help Drop-in

Sessions

Today, 2-3pm and tomorrow,

11am-noon

These free drop-in sessions

are available to help you with

specific issues such as using

email, searching the internet,

using the library catalogue, using

electronic resources and any

other general computer-related

queries. Go along with your

laptop, tablet, smart phone or

use one of the library’s desktop

computers if you need help with

anything digital.

Te Hapua: Halswell

Centre and Spreydon

Library

Citizens Advice Bureau

Today, 11am-2pm

The Citizens Advice Bureau

provides free and confidential

advice to everyone. It takes the

time to listen to you and equip

Email georgia.oconnor@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

you with information, options

and support.

Linwood Library, Eastgate.

Makerspace – Library Drop

In

Today, 3.30–4.30pm

Join in for fun activities every

week in the Makerspace. There

will be a variety of activities and

fun to be had for all. Free.

South Library, 66 Colombo

St

Mainly Music

Wednesday, 10-11.30am

Go along for an event, which

will involve fun and learning

with music for mums with

children aged up to five years

old. The first visit is free and

$4 per family after this. Held

each Wednesday 10–11.30am

in school terms. Morning tea

provided.

St Johns Anglican Church,

Woolston, cnr of St Johns St and

Ferry Rd.

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10.30am-1pm,

Thursday, 1pm-3pm and 1.30-

3.30pm

Head along for the craft corner

sessions. Take your knitting,

crochet or other craft projects.

Free and beginners are welcome.

Linwood Library Wednesday,

Mid-winter – The Ghosts of Christmas Past: Pomanders and

Stories for Adults will be held at Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre

on Friday from 2pm until 3.30pm. Go along and listen to

a Christmas story and make an old-fashioned pomander

decoration while you reminisce about Christmases past. Free,

no bookings required.

Halswell Centre and South

Library Thursday

Creative Writing on

Wednesdays

Wednesday, 4pm-5.45pm

Group leaders work with

members to craft, create and

develop their own work. Take

along pens, paper and ideas.

Linwood Library

Scrabble Club

Wednesday, 1.30-3.30pm

No obligation to go, just

head down to join in friendly

games.

Te Hapua: Halswell Centre

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am – noon

Go and join in a game

of Rummikub, a tile-based game

Friendships and Chats

Thursdays 10am-12.30pm

Go and join the laughter and

fun with a decent cuppa with

the Cashmere New Life Church.

There will be home-made scones

served on Royal Albert and

fine china. Take a friend. $3

donation.

St Saviour’s Anglican Church -

Parish of South Christchurch, 200

Colombo St, Sydenham

Game Zone @ Linwood

Library

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along and play

Minecraft, Charades, Connect

Four, Pictionary and more.

Take your friends or meet

some new ones. All children

aged eight to 13 welcome,

no booking or payment

required.

Linwood Library

Makerspace

Saturday, 1.30-3pm

Every week there will be a

creative or tech activity to try for

kids of all ages.

Te Hapua: Halswell Centre

Drop in Chinese Art Club

Sunday, 10.30am-noon

Take your own brushes, ink,

paint and paper. Join the club

and work on calligraphy and

brush painting. For ages 10 and

over. During term time.

Te Hāpua: Halswell

Centre

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2019 welcomes assisted care units close

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Tuesday [Edition July 2 datE] 2019 17 3

SENIOR LIVING

The tree of LIFE

New research on Gingko

Biloba excites researchers!

For decades scientists believed brain

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Tasty Bites

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Slow cooked, healthy butter chicken

Making healthy meals

packed with flavour is

easy in a slow cooker,

says chef and food writer

Ross Dobson

In his latest recipe book, The

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Light butter chicken

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Prep time 20min

Cooking time 4.5 hours

Ingredients

750g chicken thigh fillets

1 brown onion, chopped

3cm piece ginger, chopped

2 cloves garlic, chopped

1 large green chilli, seeded and

chopped

1 Tbsp olive oil

1 Tbsp butter

½ tsp chilli powder

1 Tbsp ground cumin

1 Tbsp ground coriander

1 Tbsp garam masala

1 Tbsp sweet paprika

5 green cardamom pods, lightly

crushed

2 Tbsp tomato paste

(concentrated pure)

2 tsp chicken stock

powder

400g can crushed tomatoes

1 Tbsp cornflour

1 cup (260g) natural yoghurt

To serve

Brown basmati rice

Handful roughly chopped

coriander (cilantro)

Lemon wedges

Directions

Heat your slow cooker to high.

Trim the fat from the chicken

thighs and discard. Cut each

thigh in half, or into thirds

if large, bearing in mind that

they will shrink as they cook.

Refrigerate until needed.

Put the onion, ginger, garlic

and chilli into a food processor

and process until you have a

chunky paste.

Heat the oil in a large frying

pan over medium heat. Add the

paste and cook for 8-10min,

until the liquid from the onion

has evaporated and the paste

looks dry. Stir through the butter

and cook for a minute until the

butter has melted.

Stir in the chilli powder,

cumin, coriander, garam masala,

paprika and cardamom pods.

Add two tablespoons cold water

and stir to incorporate any stuckon

bits.

Stir in the tomato paste and

stock powder, then scrape the

contents of the frying pan into

the bowl of the slow cooker.

Add the crushed tomatoes,

cornflour, yoghurt and chicken.

Give everything a good stir,

nudging the chicken into the

sauce, then cover and cook for

two hours.

Give it a stir, then quickly

cover again to avoid losing too

much heat. Cook for a further

two hours, until the chicken

is very tender and the sauce is

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with chopped coriander and

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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.

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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

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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

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Ms Jone said the board’s role

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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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on a deal with IAG on February

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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,

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earlier.”

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Templeton.

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