Southern View: September 10, 2019

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• By Georgia O’Connor-

Harding

PARA-SWIMMER Nico

Wildbore usually has his

mind on winning in the pool.

But today the 17-year-old

will only be thinking of his

twin sister Bethany, who

tragically died of a suspected

suicide last year.

As part of World Suicide

Prevention Day, Nico is

set to swim 16km to raise

money for the Mental Health

Foundation.

He wants people to talk

about mental health and

wishes more than anything

his sister had opened up about

what she was going through.

“Obviously she had very

bad depression, she was losing

a lot of weight but she kept it

private. I didn’t really know

about it until everything

happened,” he said.

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POIGNANT: Nico Wildbore

will swim 16km today to

raise money for the Mental

Health Foundation after his

sister Bethany (inset) died

of a suspected suicide last

year.

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‘Dangerous’ mall exit to change next year

• By Matt Slaughter

THE RIGHT turn from

Barrington Mall on to

Barrington St is due to be

removed next year.

The move comes after

the Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board and

nearby residents have been

calling for the

“dangerous” turn

to be scrapped for

about a decade.

Chairwoman

Karolin Potter

said the board

Karolin

Potter

and city council

approved a

proposal to get

rid of it but plans

to have this done by May were

delayed.

“There have been delays

because there are objections

to it but I just can tell you

emphatically that the council’s

going to proceed,” she said.

Said city council manager

of planning and delivery

transport Lynette Ellis: “The

proposal to ban right turns

out of the mall is still intended

to proceed. Resource consent

approvals for the change in mall

vehicle movements are yet to

be obtained. Construction is

anticipated to commence early

in 2020.”

Said Ms Potter: “The council

believes that abolishing the

right-hand turn is what’s

needed for safety along with the

residents. The residents have

been asking for a long time. It is

the council’s view that one way

or another, we will proceed.”

Ms Potter said the reason for

the delay is “confidential” for

now.

“We understand why . . . they

are trying to sort something out

that’s pretty intractable but they

will get there.”

Ms Potter said in spite of

having to wait, she is pleased the

turn will finally be cut off.

Cashmere Ward city

councillor Tim Scandrett said

motorists who make the turn

put themselves and pedestrians

in danger.

“We’ve got a library

there, we’ve got a children’s

playground there and a disabled

children’s playground . . . once

you walk along that footpath

along Barrington St, there’s no

delineation whatsoever between

the traffic access and your

pedestrians.

“From after school through to

about 5.30 it’s just a nightmare

SAFETY

UPGRADE: The

right turn out of

Barrington Mall

on to Barrington

St is set to be cut

off next year.

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SLOAN

. . . it’s a horrendous little

intersection to be quite honest.”

Said Barrington Mall centre

manager Jill Kearns: “As we

are still in consultation with

the council seeking the most

desirable outcome of this project

for all parties involved, we’d

rather not comment further at

this time. As soon as all parties

are happy with the proposed

changes, we’re confident that

the council will be proactive in

sharing this information with

the surrounding community

and everyone else that it may

involve.”

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Charity shops seen as a rubbish dump

• By Laura Hitchon

PEOPLE ARE discarding

damaged goods and other

rubbish outside charity shops to

avoid paying refuse station fees.

Charity shop staff are turning

up to work on Monday mornings

to discover large piles of damaged

goods lying on their front

door step and, although some

items are saleable, many are not.

St John Opportunity Shop

volunteer Brian North said many

people dropped off the goods at

their Addington store at night

or during the weekend when the

shop was closed.

“We would prefer that people

drop off their goods during the

daytime when we are able to

inspect them.

“People think that just because

they donate something, we will

accept it but we need to be able

to sell these items and if they’re

damaged, we can’t,” he said.

Salvation Army Family Store

Hornby shop manager Terry

Murray said some people genuinely

believed the goods they

were donating were in an acceptable

condition but many people

knew the goods were rubbish

and donated them anyway.

Damaged goods being donated

included lounge suites, drawers,

mattresses, tables, chairs,

ANNOYED: Salvation Army Family Store Hornby shop manager Terry Murray

(right) and volunteer Neville Walton stand next to the overflowing rubbish skip

filled with donated goods they cannot sell.

sporting equipment, crockery,

glassware, artwork, books, clothing

and shoes.

The money generated from

selling donated goods goes back

into the charity to help people

in need, however, this was being

jeopardised by the cost of having

to dump other people’s rubbish.

Mr Murray said they emptied

their skip about three times a

week which cost them about

$140 each time.

“One of the biggest expenses

we have is taking damaged

goods to the dump.”

Mr Murray said the cost of

taking rubbish to the refuse

station was a possible cause of

people dumping their unwanted

goods at charity shops.

“Many people don’t own a

trailer and can’t afford to hire

one let alone afford to take their

rubbish to the dump, so they just

leave it on the charity’s doorstep,”

he said.

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WASTE: Salvation Army staff members Leane

Robertson (left) and Karen White with dirty,

stained and faded clothing.

PHOTOS: LAURA HITCHON

Mr Murray said it would be

beneficial if the city council

collected large waste from the

charity once a month and subsidised

the dumping fees to ease

pressure.

A city council spokesperson

said they expected residents to

dispose of their unwanted items

responsibly and that people

should only make donations to

charity stores that are open, able

and willing to take their items.

The spokesperson said dumping

damaged goods at charity

bins or store fronts could be seen

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Bid to stop parking on village green

• By Matt Slaughter

CONCERNS HAVE been

raised about vehicles parking

on the Cashmere Village Green

and damaging the grass.

A neighbour of the green has

complained to the Spreydon-

Cashmere Community Board

about vehicles parking on the

grass. Board

member Lee

Sampson

then took

photos of Boss

Construction

vehicles parked

on the grass.

Lee

Sampson

However,

the company’s

managing

director Guy Mckee, who lives

near the green, said his workers

are no longer doing parking

there.

Mr Sampson said the city

council has asked people

parking on the green on Dyers

Pass Rd to stop. This was

originally somewhat effective

but Mr Sampson said the

number of vehicles parking

on the grass had returned to

concerning levels “over the last

three to four weeks.”

“It’s a couple of parties, maybe

two or three parties that are

starting to take the preverbal to

be honest, it’s out of hand. It’s

completely eroding the grass on

that side of the green.”

“What we need is maybe a

consistent approach from the

council to how we deal with

people when they’re parking on

reserves.”

Said city council manager of

community parks Al Hardy:

“Council staff have approached

offenders to no longer park on

the grass and continue monitoring

of the site. If actions of the

offenders persist enforcement

has the capability to have vehicles

towed.”

Mr Mckee said although his

contractors used to park on the

green, they no longer did.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

DAMAGE: Southern View visited the Cashmere Village Green

last week and took this photo of vehicles parked on the grass.

(Right) – Boss Construction vehicles also used to park on the

grass.

“It was brought to my

attention that there were

contractors parking on there,

so all our contractors are now

parking on a cobblestone bit

which is designated for parking.

We’re not parking on the green

at all,” said Mr Mckee.

“I just don’t see it being a

massive deal. I mean when

the [Cashmere Presbyterian]

church has something on,

there are cars parked all over

the grass and I’ve seen other

neighbours and bits and pieces

park on it. I just kind of think

that this (complainant) is just

sort of clutching at straws . . .

but they seem to pick on me

and don’t address that there

are a lot of other people that do

park there, it’s not just us and

we’re not ripping the grass up or

anything like that.”

Cashmere Presbyterian

Church minister Silvia Purdie

said its visitors do park on

the green during busy events,

like funerals and weddings,

as exactly where people are

allowed to park is not obvious.

“We’ve obviously never

encouraged people to park

on the actual grass and it is a

little unclear as to where the

parking areas actually are . . .

there’s no signage and there’s

no paint and there are no

bollards or anything so I do

understand that people try to

squeeze in there and we hope

to not be inconvenient to the

neighbours,” she said.

“If there’s an issue we would

support the council putting in

some bollards or some better,

clearer direction for that, but

certainly having industrial work

vehicles parked up there is not

helpful from our point of view.”

Cyclists urged

to slow down at

Cashmere track

• By Matt Slaughter

CYCLISTS SPEEDING through

a popular track in Cashmere are

putting walkers in danger.

The Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board has asked

city council staff to improve the

signage at Ernle Clark Reserve

to remind cyclists to be more

considerate to pedestrians.

Board member Lee Sampson

said the request was a result of

the concerns raised by a nearby

resident.

“It’s just Ernle Clark is such a

successful space and it’s being

used by so many people,” he said.

“The cyclists, because there are

so many bends as you go around

Ernle Clark or so many trees that

kind of jut out into traffic, are

just catching people out now and

again.

“[City council] staff will go

away and explore putting some

signage up, so hopefully it’s just a

case of putting some signs up and

everybody gets on and will just

have a little bit more courtesy for

pedestrians.

“If you take the opinion that

cyclists can’t use it, people will

still use it, so you’ve just got to try

and work with people essentially.”

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Tuesday September 10 2019 7

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Big swim in memory of twin sister

•From page 1

Nico decided to swim the

gruelling distance to mark his

sister being 16-years-old at the

time of her death.

For the past three years,

Nico has been training at the

Waitaha Swim Club, based at

the Canterbury Swim School in

Hornby, where the swim will be

held today.

Nico’s mother Keiran Horne

said Bethany, who attended

Hagley Community College,

struggled following the February

22, 2011, earthquake.

She was located at Redcliffs

School at the time of the quake.

“You could imagine it was

pretty traumatic with the cliffs

coming down so for years after

Beth had trouble sleeping.

“She had been seeing a

psychologist for sometime, she

had been working on strategies to

keep on an even keel. Then about

a month before she died she just

went on a downward spiral.”

Ms Horne said she is

immensely proud of Nico, who

came up with the idea of the

swim and organised the event

himself.

She said Bethany had a

beautiful soul and was loved by

many, but a lot of people didn’t

realise the struggles she was

ENDURANCE: Nico Wildbore is set to swim 16km today to raise awareness about the stigma

attached to talking about mental health and suicide.

going through.

Ms Horne said there needs to

be more education and talk about

dealing mental health issues.

“I have always been a really

open communicator with my

children, but when we had to

start to deal with issues around

mental health I actually really

struggled to know how to talk

about it in the best way.”

The distance of the swim is a

difficult undertaking for anyone,

but especially for Nico.

He was born with a type of

cerebral palsy called hemiplegia,

which means Nico has limited

mobility in his right arm and leg.

But Nico, who is transgender, is

a high achiever. Last year he was

named the best para-swimmer

at the Canterbury secondary

swimming championships. One

of his big goals is to make it to the

Paralympics and pave the way for

other transgender people to do

the same.

Since his sister’s death, Nico

said he has been coping as well as

he can, but is taking it one day at

a time.

The spotlight is on mental

health issues which are at an alltime

high in Canterbury.

Police statistics showed 4369

attempted suicide events in

Canterbury were reported in

2018, up 59 per cent from 2015.

Ms Horne said she wants

people who may be feeling the

way her daughter did to know

there is always hope.

WHERE TO GET HELP:

If you are worried about

your own or someone else’s

mental health, visit your

GP or local mental health

provider. However, if you or

someone else is in danger

or endangering others, call

police immediately on 111.

Or if you need someone to

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•Everyone is welcome to

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SOUTHERN VIEW

Trainer aims to get ringside at Olympics

HONOURED: Tane Norton (left)

presented Mike Webster with

his Linwood Rugby Club life

membership.

Linwood rugby

stalwart made

life member

• By Jacob Page

LINWOOD rugby stalwart Mike

Webster has been honoured with

a life membership for his work

behind the scenes and on the

sidelines.

The veteran team manager and

club committee member said he

was thrilled to get the honour at

the end of the season. “Bit of a bolt

from the blue, I wasn’t expecting

it, so it was nice,” he said.

“(Former All Black) Tane

Norton gave me a call and he

presented me with my pin at the

presentation dinner.”

The 59-year-old came to the club

in 1978 after high school where

he had mostly played soccer. “I

never really made the ranks as a

player, making it to senior B level.

By 1986 I started managing teams

with second grade then I managed

at senior B, and then from 2000, I

had 10 years with our senior team

then I did seven years managing

the Canterbury under-18s.”

SPORT

• By Jacob Page

WOOLSTON BOXING club

trainer Holly Sullivan is on

the shortlist to mentor New

Zealand’s best amateur fighters

at the Olympics in Tokyo next

year.

The 32-year-old started

boxing to stay fit when she was a

Canterbury tennis representative

and national football trialist 14

years ago and fell in love with

the sport.

Sullivan is the only woman

in New Zealand who is an

internationally qualified trainer,

which means if Woolstonbased

Olympic boxing

prospects Tegan Clark or

Trevor Swainson make the

New Zealand team, she will be

Tokyo-bound with them.

“Both of them are on the

Olympic prospects list and

so if any of my boxers get in,

because I’m a woman with

the qualifications, they want

a balance of male and female

managers and chaperones

there.”

“I’m currently a star one

international licence coach and

there’s a chance I’ll have to sit

my star two beforehand.”

The prospect of two of her

boxers competing at the New

Zealand trials in March will

MENTOR: Woolston Boxing Club trainer Holly Sullivan is the only women in New Zealand to

become an internationally qualified trainer.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

mean a different structure over

the summer months.

“I’ve told Tegan and Trev that

they’ll box up until the end of

November and then have the

whole of December off.

“They need a rest month and

with the trials in February/

March they’ll need a six-week,

well-conditioned programme by

that time.

Sullivan said she started

training at the Woolston Boxing

Club gym once a week about

the time she purchased her

first house at the age of 18 on

Mackworth St.

“I started going once a week

under Steve Henry . . . and I

asked if I could fight and he

said that I could start turning

up more if I wanted that and I

thought it was fair enough.”

It wasn’t until she hurt her

shoulder in a bout – which led to

three surgeries and a nine-year

absence from that ring – that

Sullivan considered coaching.

Over the past decade, she and

a group of dedicated volunteers

have built the club’s numbers

up to more than 60, including

23 who are allowed to box

competitively.In spite of her

success, Sullivan said she is too

busy looking forward to look

back. “There’s so much going

on right now and so much I’m

looking forward to that I’m more

excited about the future.

“Certainly to see how

far we have come is unreal

but I was lucky with the

foundation that was here when

I first started.”

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JP Clinic

Today, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will be

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

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Today, 10.30-11.30am at

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and tomorrow, 11am-noon at

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electronic resources and any

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Te Hapua: Halswell Centre and

Spreydon Library

Citizens Advice Bureau

Today, 11am-2pm

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and support.

Linwood Library

Makerspace

Today at South, 3.30-4.30pm

and Monday, 3.30-4pm at Spreydon

Drop-in for fun activities every

week at the Makerspace. There

will be a variety of activities for

all. Free.

South and Spreydon libraries

Art by Room 14 –

Linwood Avenue School

Tuesday, all-day

Go along and enjoy beautiful

art from the pupils of Room 14 at

Linwood Avenue School. Pastel

tiki art and painted winter trees

will brighten up the walls.

Linwood Library

Mainly Music

Wednesday, 10-11.30am

Go along for fun and learning

with music for mums with

children aged up to five. 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 St Johns St and

Ferry Rd

South Library Book Discussion

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Wednesday, 7.15pm-8.15pm

Go along for a group for those

who love reading and want to

share in discussion with other

book lovers. This group is free.

South Library

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10.30am-1pm at

Linwood, Thursday, 1pm-3pm

at Halswell, and 1.30-3.30pm

at South, Saturday, 1pm-3pm at

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and beginners are welcome.

Linwood, Halswell and South

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Friendships and Chats

Thursday, 10am-12.30pm

Join in the laughter and fun

with a decent cuppa at the

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There will be home-made scones

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St Saviour’s Anglican Church -

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Creative Writing on Sundays

Sunday, 1pm-3pm

Group leaders work with

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their own work. Take along

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you to the group some pens or

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and any of your wonderful ideas,

story-telling, or art.

Linwood Library

Linwood Library Book Club

Monday, 10.45am-12pm

Go along for a relaxed and

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they have read over the past

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Linwood Library

Wharewhare

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Whānau

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4.30pm.Go

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Scrabble Club

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Te Hapua: Halswell Centre and

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Linwood Library

Game Zone

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Tasty Bites

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Exotic food with the least hassle

If you are going to cook

for a large dinner party,

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Tamarind chilli crispy-skin

salmon with green mango

herb salad

Serves 4

Ingredients

600g salmon fillets, cut into 4cm

cubes, patted dry with paper

towels

Sea salt

Fresh cracked black pepper

Crispy shallots

Oil

Tamarind chilli dressing

5-10g large dried red chillies

2 cloves garlic, peeled, minced in

a mortar and pestle with a pinch

of salt

5g belacan (shrimp paste)

65g gula melaka, shaved

25g tamarind pulp, soaked in

150ml

hot water, rendered and sieved

1½ Tbsp lemon juice

2 large kaffir lime leaves, finely

julienned

Green mango herb salad

½ telegraph cucumber or one

lebanese cucumber, unpeeled,

shaved into ribbons

1 green mango, peeled, shaved

into ribbons

1 small bunch coriander leaves

1 small bunch Thai basil leaves

2 wing beans, finely sliced

Squeeze of lemon juice

Pinch of sugar

Olive oil

Directions

Season the fish with salt and

pepper and a drizzle of oil.

Place the soaked dried chillies

and garlic in a food processor

and blend until a fine paste.

Heat two tablespoons of oil in

a small saucepan over medium

heat, add the shrimp paste and

mash with a wooden spatula.

Cook for 1min until the shrimp

paste becomes fragrant and

starts to toast.

Add the chilli garlic paste

and continue to cook, stirring

frequently, until fragrant.

Add the gula melaka and cook

until dark, glossy and sticky.

Slowly pour in the tamarind

puree. Cook until slightly

thickened, then stir in the lemon

juice and sprinkle on the kaffir

lime leaves. Remove from heat

and set aside.

Heat a non-stick fry pan over

high heat. Place the fish pieces

skin side down evenly around

the pan and cook until crisp and

golden.

To ensure that the skin is

evenly crispy, you may need to

gently press with a spatula to

keep the skin flat on the pan.

Turn over, and cook the other

side until three-quarter cooked.

Pour over the tamarind chilli

sauce and toss very gently to just

coat. Be careful not to break up

the fish pieces.

Combine the salad ingredients,

and dress with lemon juice,

sugar and olive oil just before

serving.

Transfer the fish to a serving

plate along with all the sauce

and top with the green mango,

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Sprinkle with crispy shallots and

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Note: Adjust the quantity

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AUTOMOTIVE PROFESSIONALS

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The business moved from 325 Brougham

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“We’re all set up in our new premises,”

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New Zealand-made vehicles. We can cover

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are fully checked and in perfect working

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If they don’t have it in stock, they can

source it from one of the other branches in

the nationwide BE Group, Richard says. BE

is one of New Zealand’s largest importers of

car, truck and commercial parts.

Braxton Car Lights also offers a repair

service for headlights, with their skilled

staff of three having 80 years’ experience in

the automotive trade between them. They

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conversion of American car lights and their

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re-silvering, re-sealing

and lens refurbishment.

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