Western News: July 16, 2019


TUESDAY, JULY 16, 2019

Connecting Your Community

Deans Avenue


• By Georgia O’Connor-


PARIS Halliday “epitomises

a true volunteering spirit.”

The 15-year-old Hornby

High student leads a busy

life helping various groups,

including The Chris Ruth

Centre, where she cares for

her older brother Cody who

has epilepsy.

Last week she was

recognised for her volunteer

work with a youth service

award from the Halswell-


Community Board.

She was nominated by the

Greater Hornby Residents’

Association and teacher

Katie Tozer, who described

her as a wonderfully

generous person who leads

by example.

Paris was one of nine to be


She is a leader in Hornby

High’s junior student

council, and regularly helps

to run meetings, gather

students together and

organise events.

•Turn to page 4

KIND HEART: Volunteer

and youth service award

recipient Paris Halliday

with her brother Cody, 22,

who has epilepsy.


Idea to extend


pool hours

Fun at the

gym during

holiday time

Page 3 Page 10

Leading by example earns Paris honour

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A PERMIT allowing residents

to bypass two-hour time limit

restrictions will be trialled on

two streets near Canterbury


But if residents living on Athol

Tce and Rutherglen Ave want to

avoid being ticketed for parking

on the streets in front of their

homes – they will likely have to

pay $54 annually.

The Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board approved a

Residents’ Parking Exemption

scheme trial for the two streets at

its board meeting last week.

The cost of the permit has been

set at $54 a year but is subject to

change due to permits needing to

be renewed annually.

The trial aims to allow residents

to be exempt from complying to

the P120 restrictions.

But the idea hasn’t been

popular with everyone.

Rutherglen Ave resident Stella

Stretton said she would support a

residents’ parking permit but $54

is too “excessive.”

•Turn to page 7

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19 July to 6am Monday 22 July to

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GOOD ON young Paris Halliday.

The 15-year-old Hornby High School

student has been recognised for her

community work by the Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community Board (see page 1).

A youth services award no less. She is one of a number of

people in the community who have been recognised for their

voluntary work.

Paris cares for her older brother Cody, who has epilepsy,

is a leader of Hornby High’s junior student council, where

she regularly helps run meetings, gather student voices and

organise events.

And well done to the Christchurch Boys’ High School cycling

team for winning the Hayden Godfrey Challenge Cup at the

South Island championships (page 13).

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Tuesday July 16 2019 3


Bid to extend Templeton pool hours

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding


being sought to manage the

Templeton Swimming Pool in a

bid to increase its opening hours

in the summer.

The Templeton Residents’

Association was approached

recently to ask whether it would

be interested in running the

summer pool.

It is after the city council

received feedback from the community

last season calling for

the pool to be open earlier in the

morning and

the season to

run for longer.

The pool

which is open

over the summer,

has hours

Jolene Eagar

of 11.30am-

7pm, December


27 and in the weekends from

11.30am-7pm from January

28-February 24.

City council’s head of recreation,

sports and events Nigel

Cox confirmed it will continue

to operate the pool but the opportunity

to increase access in

the mornings/evenings and the

pool season was there for the


It is proposed the pool would

RECREATION: The city council has asked the Templeton

Residents’ Association to consider managing the Templeton

Swimming Pool to increase its opening hours in the summer.

be operated similarly to the

Governors Bay community pool

– which is run by a community


Residents’ association treasurer

Jolene Eagar said nothing is

set in stone and the city council

has not put on any pressure for it

to take over the management.

“The TRA has expressed its

concerns and we are not that

keen to take it over right at the

moment. We said we will work

with the council to find a solution,”

she said.

Mrs Eagar said there

have been some comments

people would like to access

the pool earlier and later in

the day, but it needs to be discussed

further with the


“I think the most important

thing is it is in the early stages

and the council is willing to

work with us and we are willing

to work with them to get the

best solution.”

Mr Cox said it was “likely” the

operational costs and revenue

for the pool will remain with the

city council.

It costs about $36,000 to run


Western News reported

earlier this month the Halswell-

Hornby-Riccarton Community

Board approved putting $50,000

towards a trial to extend the

pool hours at the Te Hapua:

Halswell Summer Pool.

But Mr Cox said low participation

and revenue makes the

extra cost of lifeguards to run

the Templeton Pool for longer


There are between 4000-7000

people who swim at the pool.

In comparison between 35,000-

42,000 people use the Halswell


Templeton School was approached

about two years ago to

take over running the pool.

Its PTA chairman Paul Austin

said it was decided it was better

the city council ran the pool and

had not discussed the proposal


But he said as a resident he

would like to see the pool operating

for longer as his children

go to the pool often.


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Fire rages, homes at risk


Vehicles parking on yellow

lines is obstructing the views

of residents using the refuge

island on Halswell Rd outside

the Te Hapua: Halswell Centre.

Halswell resident Anthony

Brooks addressed his concerns

at the Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community Board

on Tuesday. Mr Brooks wanting

the city council to remove one

car park outside the centre

and install a loading zone. The

issue has been passed on to city

council staff for consideration

and a response will come back

to the board.


Unexpected delays to the city

council’s well heads upgrade

programme means Hornby

and Wigram will still receive

chlorine-treated drinking

water beyond this month. The

city council had previously

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end of July. Unexpected delays

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and stability around some

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Dedication of volunteers recognised

•From page 1

Paris became involved in

the school’s Eco-Warriors

group, which inspired her to

volunteer for other community


She also attends Greater

Hornby Residents’ Association

meetings to discuss student

council issues.

Paris was involved in painting

the Kyle Park tunnel and helped

out at the Denton Park and Hello

Hornby fun days.

She is part of St John Youth

and has volunteered for the past

year at The Chris Ruth Centre.

“I quite like the fact I get the

opportunity to be around the

people that have different things

to what my brother does,” Paris


Other youth service


•Bariz Shah

The Canterbury University

Muslim Students’ Association

president was awarded for his

caring nature and willingness

to support others following

the March 15 attacks. In the

aftermath Mr Shah mobilised

and led a volunteer team to

support the needs of not only

Muslim students but the wider

community and the families of

those affected. This included

home visits, delivering donated

food and volunteering at the

response welfare centre.

Community service


•Matthew Shallcrass

Mr Shallcrass has made a

substantial contribution to the

community since moving to

Halswell six years ago. On his

own initiative, Mr Shallcrass

started removing graffiti in

the area before joining the





organise the

Save Denton

Park group.

city council’s graffiti removal

programme. Since 2015, Mr

Shallcrass has been Halswell

Residents’ Association treasurer.

•Rosalie Thornley

Mrs Thornley has been

a member of the Halswell

Community Project Committee

since its formation six years ago,

taking on the role of treasurer in

2014. She has volunteered a large

amount of time to supporting

and steering the growth of

the organisation’s financial

system. Two years ago, Mrs

Thornley created the South West

Christchurch U3A, an active

group which instantly attracted

more than 150 members. As

president, she organises monthly

gatherings where members can

learn, contribute and make new

friends in their community.

•Graham Freear

Since becoming a

Halswell resident eight

years ago, Mr Freear has

planted multiple fruit trees

and various plants in Vanderbilt

Reserve. His ongoing efforts

have made the reserve more

attractive and appealing. Mr

Freear has also created artwork

along the fence bordering his

property, as a backdrop for

plantings which he provided at

his own expense.

•Brian Smith

Since joining the Christchurch

Singletrack Club committee

in 2013, Mr Smith has been a

dedicated and valued member,

holding the position of chairman

for three years before becoming

treasurer. Along with providing

support for the club, Mr Smith

volunteers many hours of his

time attending nearly all Halswell

mountain bike track building

sessions and volunteering at

multiple club events.

•Lyn Hucklebridge

Mrs Hucklebridge is passionate

about Hornby and gives her time

to support groups, organisations

and events, such as the Hornby

Community Fair. She was

instrumental in helping organise

the Save Denton Park group.

For 12 years, Mrs Hucklebridge

has served the Hornby Rugby

Football Club as a committee

member, secretary and now as

chairwoman. She was one of

the driving forces to establish

the Greater Hornby Residents’


•John Moore

Mr Moore has been a Lions

International member or 46

years, spending the majority of

this time as a Halswell District

Lions Club member. He has

helped with an array of projects,

assisting schools with gardens

and information sessions

through his involvement with

Camp Quality, and conducting

group information talks to name

a few.

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•Marc Duff

Greater Hornby Residents’

Association chairman Marc Duff

was awarded for his tireless work

to promote Hornby.

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Tuesday July 16 2019 5

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

“WE EITHER say now yes let’s

go ahead and finally get this

Hornby facility up and running

or, for some amazing reason,

stuff around even further

and that in my view would be

completely unforgivable”.

That was

Vicki Buck’s

final argument

in supporting



part of Kyle

Park to allow

the Hornby


Service Centre

and South

West Pool to

be built.






Board gave

the final approval

for the

reclassification and changes to

the Kyle Park Management Plan

1993 last night.

It was after a hearings panel

led by Papanui-Innes Community

Board deputy chairwoman

Emma Norrish made a recommendation

for the changes to

go ahead after considering 181


Concerns had been raised in

the past due to Kyle Park being

a former landfill which closed in


At the meeting, Ms Buck argued

a geotechnical and ground

assessment report by Tonkin +

Taylor on Kyle Park outweighed

elected members, given ground

security and land stability is

what they do every day.

The report confirmed Kyle

Park could be safely and successfully

built on.

“When we started this six

years ago, Linwood Pool was

behind Hornby. Linwood is

now designed and ready to start

building and those kids are going

to get a pool.”

Board chairman Mike Mora,

deputy chairwoman Helen

Broughton, city councillors

Anne Galloway, Jimmy Chen,

Vicki Buck, board members

Catherine Chu and Natalie

Bryden voted in support.

But the decision didn’t go






Board has



part of Kyle Park

to allow the

Hornby Library,

Service Centre

and South

West Pool to go

ahead. ​




Kyle Park could be safely built on – report

Vicki Buck

Mike Mora

Fire rages, homes at risk

through without meeting opposition

from some, with Ross

McFarlane and Debbie Mora

voting against the changes.

Ms Mora said she is passionate

about getting a pool in the

south-west and she would have

no qualms if the facility was not

being built on a landfill.

Last night she read out a

statement made by a former

project manager for the

Hornby facility at a city

council meeting on the facility

in August 2017.

At the time he said: “No matter

how much site investigation

we completed we’d never know

all the risks, that’s the reality

. . . we do see people building on

landfill, it’s definitely possible

but it definitely offers a high-risk

proposition to the council.”

Ms Mora said she was also

concerned the Tonkin + Taylor

report did not cover the effects of

landfill leachate.

She said she has since had

her concerns “reasonably

satisfied” following a seminar

with city council staff after the

meeting, but could not comment

further due to it being publiclyexcluded.

Mr McFarlane also voted

against the changes.

“No other sites we have built

something on is on 11 metres of

rubbish, that is the risk we take,”

he said.

Board member Catherine Chu

said the decision on using Kyle

Park for the facility had already

been made and the issue at hand

was the reclassification.

“Let’s just focus on getting the

facility to the people of Hornby

because they have been waiting a

long, long time.”

In the coming weeks, the

city council will be asking the

community to share their ideas

on the planned facility.

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Tuesday July 16 2019 7


Parking permit could cost $54

•From page 1

“Why should I have to pay to

park outside my house?

A city council report said the

two streets, which are largely occupied

by Canterbury University

students, were chosen due to the

streets being “largely occupied”

on weekdays.

But Miss

Stretton disagreed

and said

it is not like she

gets up every

morning and

the street is

“packed with


Vicki Buck

“I don’t


why this is a

EXPERIMENTAL: A parking exemption scheme trial will be

run on Rutherglen Ave (above) and Athol Tce so residents can

ignore P120 signs outside their homes.

parking time limit zone . . . no

cars ever park here and it is just

a waste of everyone’s time,” she


Athol Tce resident Connor

McEwan McDowall said it would

be ideal to not have to pay, but

it is better than having to worry

about being ticketed.

But he said his flat is unlikely to

be affected because all three cars

can fit on the property.

“Once we don’t have enough

room that is when we would do

something like this.”

City councillor Vicki Buck said

it is difficult to know how popular

the scheme is because they are

not common in the city.

“But $54 to park your car for

a year is not that expensive. It is

just the administrative cost – we

are not making any money out of

it,” she said.

At the board meeting, city

councillor Anne Galloway questioned

how it could sell the idea

of the permits to residents when

the cost could be a barrier.

But chairman Mike Mora

responded: “The answer to the

question is it is P120 at present

so if you park there more than

two hours you get a ticket,” he


Rutherglen Ave resident Katie

Potts said she hadn’t heard about

the trial but probably wouldn’t

buy a permit because she won’t

renew her flat lease next year.

“We have got five parks here so

we can car shuffle,” she said.

The city council was unable to

respond in time on how long the

trial would last for.




Fire rages, homes at risk

Commissioners chosen

for quarry hearing


public hearing that will consider

Fulton Hogan’s proposed

Templeton quarry consent have

been appointed.

The Selwyn District Council

finalised the three-person panel

at its meeting last week.

It will be made up of Sharon

McGarry, Paul Thomas and

chaired by Rob van Voorthuysen.

Mr van Voorthuysen has been

chosen as chairman because

of his experience in leading

large and contentious hearings

– including Environment

Canterbury’s Land and Water

Regional Plan.

He has acted as an independent

commissioner for more

than 275 hearings and has

served as a chairman for 180 of


Mr van Voorthuysen was recommended

by ECan’s consents

managers group.

Ms McGarry is ECan’s appointed


She has expertise in deciding

regional council consents and

in dealing with planning and

technical issues.

Ms McGarry has more than

two decades of experience in

environmental planning, consents

and compliance monitoring.

Mr Thomas has been appointed

by the district council.

He has particular experience

in the planning and technical

issues associated with district

council consents.

Consent applications for a

new quarry at Dawsons Rd

were received by the district

council and ECan and will

proceed to a joint hearing at a

yet undisclosed date.

Public submissions that have

been collected in relation to the

applications will be discussed

at the hearing and decisions

on the proposed quarry will be


The hearing is likely to be

lengthy, with 170 submitters to

be heard and significant expert

evidence to be considered.

If you get a recall

letter, get the repair

work done now.

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signage on a building, then we

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BIG TALENT: Avonhead resident Toby Marsh (second from

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all day,” preferring to find a job

with a good balance of creativity

and hands-on production.

Competenz training adviser

Steven Jack said he is pleased to

see Mr Marsh receive recognition,

and was impressed with

his talent and passion for his

apprenticeship from day one.

“Toby has consistently

produced a high standard of

work and you can tell how much

he loves it. It’s great to see his

work recognised formally by the

signmaking industry.”

Community board member

could stand for council

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

MORE NAMES are beginning

to emerge in the race for the city

council Riccarton Ward October

local body elections.


Community Board member

Debbie Mora is considering putting

her name forward to contest

against Catherine Chu and Peter

Laloli in Riccarton.

“That fact Vicki Buck has

stood down has opened up that

opportunity in Riccarton but I

am also weighing up Halswell,”

she said.

Ms Mora is planning to make

a decision over the next coming


Her reason for considering the

city council was because she did

not feel she could make a huge

difference on the community


“You want to be making decisions

for the whole of the city,”

Ms Mora said.

If she runs for the city council,

her goal will be to not only cap

rates but lower them by “nipping

in the bud” excess expenditure.

“We want to repair our city but

not at the cost of it being goldplated.”

Ms Mora is also concerned





Debbie Mora

Fire rages, homes at risk

cycleways are taking away far too

many car parks and businesses

and wants to ensure the city’s

water supply is not chlorinated.

Although, Ms Mora was

elected as a board member

under the Halswell Ward in the

2016 elections with 3414 votes,

she said she has been making

decisions not only for Halswell,

but the Hornby and Riccarton

Wards for the last six years.

In 2013, she was elected to

represent all three wards before

the representation boundaries

changed in 2016.


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SWING AND DANCE: Riccarton 10-year-old Mila Lim (left)

tries out the bars at the Olympia Gymnastic Sports school

holiday programme in Hornby, while Wigram’s Vincy Jin, 5,

bounces on the foam mat.

Getting kids into

the gym early


putting their best foot forward

at a popular gymnastics

school holiday programme.

Olympia Gymnastics

Sports had 240 children enrol

in its programme, which

began last week and runs

until Friday.

It is running two

programmes – one with

KidsFest and its own in-house


Children aged between five

and 12 had the opportunity

to try out a full range of

gym equipment, including

trampolines, a vault, the

beam, bars, rhythmic

equipment and a sprung floor.

Villa choir to sing

on national stage


reputation for exceptional

musical talent has been

confirmed once again, with two

of its choirs being selected for

The Big Sing finale.

The Big Sing is a nation-wide

choral competition, hosted

by the New Zealand Choral

Federation. It will take place in

Dunedin next month.

The college’s Con Brio

and Vivace choirs took to

the town hall stage recently

in the Canterbury regional


Both choirs were picked

for the finale, but due to the

compeititon rules, the college

will only enter the larger choir

– Con Brio.

Choir director Naomi Hnat

said she is very proud of the


“They have worked very hard

to be able to sing together at

their current standard. Con

Brio is a choir consisting of



Villa Maria


choir Con

Brio will take

part in The

Big Sing,

a national



53 girls from year 10 to year

13. It is always such a pleasure

to watch the less experienced

students grow throughout the

year, and to watch the more

experienced students help to

lead the group,” she said.

Ms Hnat said she enjoyed the

regional competition.

“It was absolutely fantastic to

be performing in our beautiful

town hall once again, with its

brilliant acoustics.

“For the vast majority of the

students, performing as Con

Brio was the first time they had

ever been on that stage, and you

could tell that they were happily

surprised with the way the

acoustics treated their sound,”

Ms Hnat said.

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Tuesday July 16 2019 11

12 Tuesday July 16 2019

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Your Local Views

Karla Snelling-McEwen

responds to the Western

News article on thieves

fitting their vehicles with

stolen number plates to

steal petrol


number plate stolen

for the second time

a few weeks back.

I was parked at the

pool complex car

park in Papanui

(Graham Condon

Recreation and

Sport Centre) and

came out after about

90min to find them

gone. I rang the new

police call centre number *105

to report it but after more than

45min could not hold any longer.

The following day after another

lengthy two hours of waiting

for the call to be answered and

then 50min of going through the

incident report with the person

taking the call, I received a

police report number via email. I

can see why so many people don’t

bother reporting it as the time it

takes is very frustrating and then

you know there is nothing that

will be done.

I reported it, however, because

I am very aware that plates are

being stolen for both petrol

drive-offs and other thefts. It

makes you wonder if we still

had two separate

entities in the police

and the Ministry of

Transport traffic

officers like the

old days, = things

like this that seem

unimportant might

actually get some

action. It is extremely

inconvenient, timeconsuming

and every time plates

are replaced, it costs. I also had

the anti-theft screws on my plates

and they still managed to get

them off.

Seems there is a tool online that

does the job at very little cost and

even videos on YouTube about

how to get the screws off. So the

expensive screws I was talked

into buying are no more secure

than normal screws.


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Meeting over Deans Ave boy racers





Board deputy




writes about an upcoming

meeting between Deans

Ave residents and police

AN IMPORTANT meeting for

Deans Ave residents will be held

on July 24 with senior police

over “boy racing” behaviour.

The meeting has been

organised by the Deans

Avenue Precinct Society, with

administrative support from the

community board.

This is a long-standing issue. I

became aware of how serious it is

at a residents barbeque in March.

I requested the board meet

with police, and door-knocked

Deans Ave residents on June

22/23. I was shocked at the level

of disruption.

The problem-behaviour occurs

every Friday and Saturday night

(occasionally Sunday) from

10pm to 2am.

There can be an earlier start of

9pm and later finish of 3am. The

vehicles congregate in the sales

yard area.

Residents’ sleep is disrupted

by the noise, loud music and boy

racers talking across cars.



Fits existing masonry

fireplace and chimney.


One resident described it

as a bad orchestra – each car

having its own noise. The sound

penetrates double-glazing, and

residents face broken bottles and

general litter the following day.

As a result, one retired couple

in their 80s have to leave their

house every weekend, a young

couple with a baby have their

sleep disrupted, a group of

professionals who need to

perform well in their careers

have been affected, and a

90-year-old man in a side road

has been disturbed, saying this is

an imposition on residents.

Can legislation curb this

behaviour? It was what the

cruising and prohibited times on


roads bylaw 2014 intended to do.

The Land Transport Act

defines “cruising” as driving

repeatedly in the same direction

over the same section of road

in a manner that creates a

convoy or draws attention to the

power or sound of the engine or

impedes traffic flow.

A breach of the bylaw is an

offence with a spot fine of $150

or prosecution with a fine of up

to $1000. Other enforcement

options include listing part of

Deans Ave as a prohibited road

at night or reducing the speed


This is an important meeting

for residents to have their say.

The police will be there to hear

your concerns. If you’re unable

to attend, please email me at

helen@broughton.co.nz or phone

027 640 4935.

•The residents’ meeting on

July 24 will start at 7.30pm

at the Margaret Stoddart

Retirement Village, 23

Bartlett St.

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Tuesday July 16 2019 13

CBHS come out on top

at South Island champs



enjoyed a successful outing at

the South Island school cycling

championships, taking out the

Hayden Godfrey Challenge Cup

for the top performing school.

Although CBHS collected just

one individual title at the event

in Christchurch last week, with

Josh Rivett winning the under-20

individual time trial, the school

excelled in the team events.

They beat Timaru Boys’ High to

the under-20 title and Cobham

Intermediate to become under-14

champs. They also finished

second behind James Hargest

College from Invercargill in the

under-16 event.

In a show of dominance, six

of the top eight riders in the

under-20 individual time trial

were from CBHS. This level

of consistently proved vital in

CBHS’s bid to claim the overall


More than 230 riders took part

in the road event, organised by

Cycling Canterbury Schools,

at Mike Pero Motorsport Park.

They competed in individual

time trials, team time trials and

road race events.

There were some outstanding

individual performances over

the weekend, which included

rides from Jenna Borthwick (St

Margaret’s College) and Amelia

Sykes (Avonside Girls’ High),

WINNERS: The CBHS cycling team made the most of the home

conditions to win the Hayden Godfrey Challenge Cup for the

top performing school at the South Island championships.


who both won the road race and

individual time trial in their age


Olli Aitken, of Medbury

School, also took out both

individual under-13 titles.

TALENT: The CGHS year 10 netball team finished second at

the South Island junior championships last week, replicating

the efforts of their year 9 team.

Strong showing by CGHS

THE FUTURE of netball at

Christchurch Girls’ High School

looks bright after both their year

9 and 10 teams finished runnersup

at the South Island junior

championships at Hagley Park

last week.

The year 9 team went through

the entire tournament unbeaten

before coming up short against

Dunedin’s St Hilda’s Collegiate


CGHS beat Christchurch’s

St Peter’s School, Dunedin’s

Columba College and Darfield

High School in pool play to top

their group.

They then beat Ashburton College

and Rangiora High School

in the top-16 stage.

They won a tense quarter-final

clash with Mt Aspiring College

24-21 and outlasted Nelson College

for Girls 29-25 to make the

final but they were no match for

a rampant St Hilda’s team.

The year 10 team had a similar

path to their final, going unbeaten

before losing to Taieri in

the final.

They beat Rangiora High

School, Roncalli College from

Timaru and Central Southland

in the round-robin section.

They then beat Wakatipu and

Marlborough Girls’ College in

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A justice of the peace will be

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Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre and

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Citizens Advice Bureau

Monday, Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday, 11-5pm, and

Tuesday, 2-5pm, at Papanui, and

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The Village Presbyterian

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St, and the Hornby Library

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Tuesday, 10am – noon

Go along with your knitting,

crochet or anything you like

that’s portable and crafty and

enjoy time with other crafters.

Share skills and be inspired in a

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friendly, relaxing environment.

Have a look at a fabulous range

of craft books and magazines to

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Free, beginners welcome.

Hornby Library

Create a Quirky Bookmark

Wednesday, 10.30–11.30am

Using googly eyes, pompoms,

pipe cleaners and popsicle sticks,

create your own weird and

wonderful mini bookmark – for

yourself or for a friend.

Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre

Family History Help

Wednesday, 11am-1pm

Are you interested in family

history (genealogy)? A volunteer

from the Canterbury branch

of the New Zealand Society of

Genealogists is available to help

with your family history questions.

Upper Riccarton Library

Mahjong Group

Wednesday, 1-3pm

Interested in playing mahjong?

Learn to play at the library. For

beginners and advanced players

alike. If you have your own set

take it along.

Upper Riccarton Library

Scrabble Club

Wednesday, 1.30-3.30pm

Have a way with words?

Go along when you can and

join the library’s friendly

Scrabble Club. Some boards

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your own.

Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre

UR Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go and join the fun at an

after school club. Open to all

school-aged children. There will

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Upper Riccarton Library

Chinese Technology Help

Book-in Sessions

Wednesday, 2-3pm

These free book-in sessions

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email, searching the internet,

using the library catalogue, using

electronic resources and any

other general computer-related

queries. Take your laptop, tablet,

smartphone or use one of the

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Thursday, 1-2pm

Connecting generations by

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have questions about your iPad,

smartphone or tablet? Want

to know how to use Skype,

Facebook and apps or share your

photos with family or friends?

Ask an expert.

Upper Riccarton Library

Super Saturday Storytimes

Saturday, 11am-noon

Encourage learning through a

love for stories. Storytimes is an


Join the library

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activities for all

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Dobby’s missing

sock hunt. The

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Hornby Library. ​

interactive programme including

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Upper Riccarton Library

Drop-in Chinese Art Club

Sunday, 10.30am-noon

Take your own brushes,

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club and work on calligraphy

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Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre

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Monday, 10-10.30am

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Serves 8-10

Cooking time 10min


150g flour mix (see below)

180g sugar

2 tsp ground cinnamon

1 tsp baking powder

½ tsp salt

80ml canola oil

40g sweetened soy yoghurt

2 eggs

200g grated carrot


100g spreadable cream cheese

50g butter

100g icing sugar


25g crushed pistachios


Toasted flaked coconut

Edible flowers

Homemade flour mix – makes


500g rice flour

300g cornflour (cornstarch)

100g potato starch

100g almond meal

2g xanthan gum


Heat the oven to 180 deg C.

Combine the flour mix, sugar,

cinnamon, baking powder and

salt. Add the canola oil, soy

yoghurt, eggs and grated carrot.

Whisk until the batter is well

combined and smooth.

Pour the batter into a greased

loaf tin and bake for 40min.

Allow to cool.

To make the icing, beat the

cream cheese, butter and icing

sugar until creamy. Spread

the icing over the top of the

cake. Decorate with pistachios,

pecans, flaked coconut and

edible flowers. The homemade

flour mix can be varied by

incorporating 100g tapioca

starch or chestnut flour

(reducing the quantity of rice

flour by the same amount) for

cake batters.

Matcha cream puffs

Serves 4-6

Cooking time 30min


Choux pastry

250ml water

6g salt

100g butter or margarine

150g flour mix (see carrot cake


5-6 eggs

Icing sugar

Matcha cream

100g single (pure) cream

200g mascarpone cheese

15g sugar

15g matcha powder


Heat the oven to 200 deg

C. Combine the water, salt

and butter or margarine in a

saucepan and bring to the boil.

When the butter has melted,

add the flour mix to the boiling

butter mixture and quickly mix

with a spatula until the mixture

is well combined and comes

away easily from the side of the


Pour into a mixing bowl and

add the eggs, mixing with the

spatula until smooth. Spoon the

dough into a piping bag fitted

with a 1cm plain nozzle.

Pipe small balls of choux on to

a baking tray lined with baking

paper. Bake for 30min. Let the

balls cool before cutting off the

top third of each puff.

To make the matcha cream,

Whisk the well-chilled cream

with the mascarpone until light

and airy, then add the combined

sugar and matcha powder.

Spoon the cream into a piping

bag fitted with a 1cm star nozzle

and pipe into the choux. Replace

the lids and dust with icing


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Get rid of

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Now with the colder and wetter weather

on its way, home owners are focusing on

ways to make their homes comfortable,

warm and healthy for their families

throughout winter. Rising damp is an issue

that affects many of our older properties

which suffer from poor, or no, insulation.

In Canterbury especially, post-quake, many

people have relocated to homes that suffer

from rising damp which can be associated

with health problems. Independent tests

have shown that up to 40 litres of water

can rise from the ground and enter a

house every day, leading to mildew, mould,

condensation and musty smells. Moulds

can produce various allergic reactions

and the frail, elderly and very young are

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team understands the problems caused

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They will come to your damp home

and pump a lightweight, flowable foam

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layer of protection against rising moisture.

An unexpected benefit that the team at

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which had underfloor foam concrete

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There are a number of Heat Transfer

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The diffusers send the heat to the floor,

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Circulating air through the house also

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You can also choose the HTU version

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An average size living room requires 2-4

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Amended enrolment scheme

adopted by Burnside High School

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To enable the Secretary for Education to make the best use of

existing networks of state secondary schools in Christchurch and

to avoid overcrowding, or the likelihood of future overcrowding,

in Christchurch secondary schools the Burnside High School

Board of Trustees has adopted an amended enrolment scheme.

This has been approved by the Secretary and will be effective

from 1st January 2020.

Students will be enrolled at Burnside High School if they live

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The new boundaries are approximately represented by part(s)

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described below. Properties on both sides of street or road

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