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Shannon gets

his wish for a

pump track

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Call to stop

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Young artists display work in Phillipstown

• By Claire Booker

YOUNG ARTISTS have

been given a taste of what it’s

like to display their art in a

competition at the Windsor

Galley in Phillipstown.

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School

year 13 student Georgina Jolly

took out the Canterbury high

school art competition’s top

prize with an oil painting of

her mother and aunt.

Second place went to

Cashmere High’s Phoebe

Rouse, and Holly Murrell,

of Avonside Girls’ High, was

third.

This was the third year

the event has been held,

and gallery owner Tracey

Wynands was impressed with

the entries.

“The skill level of entries is

of a very high calibre and it

really is a pleasure to see the

techniques and subject content

of each entry,” she said.

“The event has been

designed to give year 13

students in Canterbury

the opportunity to exhibit

their works in a professional

gallery.”

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TALENT: Georgina Jolly won

the top prize in the Windsor

Gallery Canterbury high

school art competition with

an oil painting of her mother

and aunt (inset).

Hot pools

get $15k

boost from

Pier and

Foreshore

Society

THE FUNDRAISING efforts of

a New Brighton group will enable

extra elements to be added to the

planned He Puna Taimoana hot

pools.

The Pier and Foreshore Society

raised $15,000 to support the hot

pools’ development

through

fundraising activities

at the annual

New Brighton

Duke Festival of

Surfing. It has

now donated the

money to Development

Christchurch

Limited.

Rob Hall

DCL chief executive Rob Hall

said the donation will be used

to add elements to He Puna

Taimoana, which are not included

in the existing budget.

“DCL will work with the society

to decide exactly what that will be.

Initial ideas include the possibility

of extra accessibility features

or seating, but decisions will be

made collaboratively.”

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Green light for pump track

• By Matt Slaughter

A PUMP track and table will be

installed at 10 Shirley Rd.

The Papanui-Innes Community

board unanimously approved

the landscape plan for the installation

of a multi-use table tennis

table and pump track at the former

Shirley Community Centre

site at a meeting last week.

This will cost about $93,000.

The landscape plan went up

for consultation in July.

At the close of the consultation

period, 71 submissions were

received with 60 submitters supporting

the landscape plan, nine

submitters not supporting it and

two submitters not indicating

either way.

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Shirley Primary School pupil

Shannon Smith presented a petition

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board asking for a permanent

scooter, skateboard and bike track

to be built at MacFarlane Park.

However, city council investigation

found the site at Shirley

Community Reserve was more

appropriate.

In spite of the pump track,

which has been approved only

being temporary, it can be relocated

and could remain in this

site for up to 10 years if this is

what the community wants.

Shannon’s father Tim Weir

said he and Shannon were at the

meeting when the pump track

was approved and they were

pleased with the result.

“We’re really excited about it

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Shirley Primary

School pupil

Shannon Smith

has got his wish to

have a pump track

installed in Shirley.

and looking forward to it going

ahead hopefully before Christmas

season. They [the board]

were discussing that if the staff

get it in by then that would be

fantastic for all the kids over the

school holidays.”

Said Papanui Ward city

councillor Mike Davidson: “It

was unanimous to approve

the landscape plan and the

multi-use table. Everyone was

very excited about that, and the

process was one that was run

really well.”

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to bring more vibrant events to our community as well

as chlorine out of our water.

He serves as chairman of a high school football

club, he serves at church and helped start the

Burwood East Residents Association. He knows

how to listen and how to work with people

to get things done. You don’t become a 15

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In Brief

ROAD FLOODING ISSUES

City council staff have been asked

to update the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board on the

collaborative work between the

city council and the New Zealand

Transport Agency to fix flooding

issues in the Pages Rd/Anzac

Drive intersection turning lanes.

The board has also asked for city

council staff advice on future

plans to reduce flooding in the

red zone from Pages Rd bridge to

Anzac Drive.

EARTHQUAKE LEGACY

The time frames for the

Southshore South New Brighton

Earthquake Legacy Project

programme of works have come

into question. The Coastal-

Burwood Community Board has

asked city council staff to clarify

when these works will take place

after it was announced last month

that this project will go-ahead.

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Bringing life to suburb

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“From the beginning, the

development of hot pools

in New Brighton has been

a community project. The

Pier and Foreshore Society

has been a champion of the

development right from

the start and its support

has helped make He

Puna Taimoana happen.

The donation of $15,000

represents a massive

fundraising effort by a

community group and

I’d like to thank everyone

involved in making this

happen,” said Mr Hall.

“I’d also like to

acknowledge the support

of the Pier and Foreshore

Society throughout the

development of the hot

pools; they have played a

key role in keeping the idea

alive and making it become

a reality.”

Pier and Foreshore

Society chair Stewart

McNeice said He Puna

Taimoana is an exciting

development for the whole

city.

“We’ve promoted the hot

pools development for a

long time and it’s fantastic

to see it progressing. We’re

excited by what we see so

MORE FUNDS: Extra elements will be added to the

He Puna Taimoana hot pools outside of the budget.

far and look forward to

opening day. The design

has really reflected the

local environment and

taken care to accommodate

existing businesses and

organisations. It’s going

to be a real asset for

Christchurch.”

He Puna Taimoana is

starting to take shape,

with the roof now on the

building.

All five pools are in

place, with fibreglass

linings being laid during

September.

The sauna room

blockwork is complete

and service works are

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progressing well. The

finishing touches are under

way on the seawall and

this will be followed by

landscaping.

The development is

just one part of a wider

project to regenerate

New Brighton, attracting

life and activity to the

suburb and boosting local

businesses.

DCL is leading the

project on behalf of the

city council, which has

allocated $19.2 million

to projects along the

foreshore. He Puna

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ON SHOW: The Windsor Gallery will be home to student art works until Friday as part of the

Canterbury high school art competition.

Encouraging ‘creativity’

•From page 1

“(The competition gives)

students exposure to the

art world, encouragement

to explore and extend their

creativity and develop new skills

as upcoming New Zealand

artists,” said Mrs Wynands.

Year 13 students from 14

schools were selected by their

art teachers to take part.

The competition was judged

by Christchurch Art Gallery

director Blair Jackson and

Canterbury University head of

fine arts Aaron Kreisler.

Each finalist was given a $50

framing voucher to use towards

the cost of having an art piece of

their choosing framed.

Rangi Ruru head of visual arts

Kate Rivers said Georgina is a

wonderful colourist who has a

love of expressive style.

“Georgina’s work shows a

gestural approach with her

oil paint applied confidently

through the use of expressive

mark and rich colour,” she said.

Mrs Wynands said she hopes

the competition will continue to

grow and reach more students

in the years to come.

“It is such a thrill to see the

students excited about their

work, their parents proud to

see their son or daughter’s work

in a gallery and the teachers’

enthusiasm and support of their

students,” she said.

The art will be available to

view until Friday.

‘Ratbag’ plant thief hits

Abberley Park again

• By Claire Booker

PLANT THIEVES have struck

again in St Albans and Richmond.

Flowers have been stolen from

Abberley Park in recent weeks,

frustrating a community group

which regularly uses the park.

Pink cyclamens, a clump of

daffodils, and some miniature iris’

were taken from the park, and a

note left on a sign said the park

user was disappointed to see the

plant thief was back again.

A post on the Facebook page

read: “Warning: Abberley Park’s

ratbag plant thief is back. By the

south entrance to the Scented Garden,

there were four beautiful deep

red cyclamens planted in a group.

On Tuesday evening, there was

only one left. The thief didn’t even

bother to cover over the holes.”

In December last year, it was

estimated more than half the

plants put into the park by city

council staff were stolen in less

than a month.

A city council spokesman

said the reason for thefts is not

known, but in many cases across

Christchurch, the city council

has replaced some plants, he said

there are various species stolen.

“For example, young native

plants, azaleas, pieris, phormium

and rhododendron.”

BARE: Plants at Abberley Park

have been stolen . ​

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Have

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your property? Do you have

any idea why this might be

happening? Email your

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The city council does not keep

records of where plant thefts occur,

so it doesn’t know which area

is more prevalent.

“These species [mentioned

above] were taken from areas such

as Coastal, Spencer Park, Travis

Wetland, Beckenham Gardens,

Karman Reserve and Sunny Side

Heritage Gardens,” the spokesman

said.

Meanwhile, about 30 plants

were taken from a newly-planted

city council plot, in Petrie St,

Richmond.

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Call to close reserve track to vehicles

• By Matt Slaughter

PEDESTRIANS AND cyclists

using Bowenvale Reserve are

being put in danger by motorists

in four-wheel-drive vehicles.

And the track, which is at

the top of Huntsbury Ave and

leads to the Summit Rd, is being

ripped up by the vehicles.

The Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board has asked for the

track to be closed to vehicles permanently

so it can be repaired

and used by walkers and cyclists

only.

Huntsbury Ave resident and

Port Hills Trust Board treasurer

David Drayton, who has been

walking the track weekly for

years, said although this idea

sounds great, this may not stop

four-wheel-drive vehicles from

using the track.

“I don’t know how they’re going

to stop it, he said.

“You can’t lock the road or

shut it off, you’ve got to be accessible.”

However, Mr Drayton said

four-wheel drives are “tearing

up the road [track]” and putting

walkers and cyclists off using it.

Said board member Lee Sampson:

“I think this is the worst it

[the track] has ever been in terms

of condition.”

Mr Drayton said something

needs to be done to at least deter

vehicles from using the track and

make it more useable for walkers

and cyclists.

“You’ll never stop it, but if they

could improve it or cut it down

in some way that would be great,

definitely.”

Board member Lee Sampson

agreed something has to be done.

He said last time he was walking

on the track he had a near-miss

with a four-wheel-drive.

“When I was leaving, a guy

was literally just hooning up the

hill ready to hit the trail, so he

was in a four-wheel-drive, he

was hooning up Huntsbury Ave,

literally nearly wiping me out on

a corner.”

Closing the track to vehicles

would be the best way to keep its

users safe and encourage more

people to use the track, said Mr

Sampson.

“It [Bowenvale Reserve] would

be so well used because we’ve

got so many limited safe options

to get up to the Summit Rd and

I think if we repaired it and

spent a little bit of money on it,

I think it would be really, really

RUTTED: David Drayton says more needs

to be done to stop four-wheel-drive

vehicles causing damage to Bowenvale

Reserve at the top of Huntsbury Ave.

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well used and it would be really

embraced by the community and

safer.”

A council spokesperson said it

has received “several” complaints

about four-wheel-drives using

the track and was acting on

these.

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be addressed on a case-by-case

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City’s youngest real estate agent at 18

• By Hayley Tate

JONTY DOWNES might not

own his own home yet, but he is

already working towards selling

his first house.

The 18-year-old is

Christchurch’s youngest real

estate agent, and he has 10

buyers wanting him to find them

their new home.

He is also the second youngest

licensed real estate agent in New

Zealand. The youngest a person

can be registered for a real estate

licence is 18.

He has been interested in real

estate since he was a small boy.

As a seven-year-old, Jonty

would cycle around his neighbourhood,

see “for sale” signs

and be interested in new houses

built in the area.

By the time he was in year

12 at Hagley College he was attending

auctions and putting his

foot in the door of the real estate

industry.

“I’ve always had a real passion

for houses,” he said.

But he found people could not

understand his passion or take

him seriously for wanting to leap

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high school.

Traditionally, real estate is a

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entering the industry as a career

KEEN: Jonty Downes searching possible homes for buyers. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

change from their previous job.

Real Estate Authority Statistics

show 2071 people aged 53 to 57

were issued with their licences in

the first half of 2019 in New Zealand,

compared with 171 people

aged 18 to 22.

Avonhead Harcourts branch

manager Lisa Yardley-Vaiese

decided to give Jonty a chance,

offering him a place on the

Grenadier graduate programme.

She said it was more difficult

for young people in terms

of credibility because, usually,

younger people had not yet

bought a house.

Older people tended to create

the perception that they know

the industry better and buyers

were more likely to have confidence

in them.

Real Estate Authority head of

regulatory services Josh Doherty

said the number of people aged

18 to 21 issued with a salesperson’s

licence in New Zealand had

remained relatively stable over

the last five years.

More young people have

joined Grenadier’s graduate programme

in recent years, though

Mrs Yardley-Vaiese said she had

never mentored someone as

young as Jonty.

In spite of his age, Jonty has

proved his worth and knowledge

with colleagues and buyers.

“I’ve nicknamed him Wikipedia

because he just knows so

much,” Mrs Yardley-Vaiese said.

To enter real estate, agents

must complete 13 papers before

registering for a licence.

Jonty remembers the moment

he got his licence and said it was

his best achievement so far.

“I was quite excited to just

call buyers and do anything real

estate-related, because I think it

had been inside of me for ages

and I just wanted to let it out.”

He does not yet own a home,

but said it was on the cards.

He is not looking for anything

fancy – a one-bedroom flat

would be perfect.

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Start between 10-11am and

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Council Burwood

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Council Linwood

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Community Board Burwood

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Community Board Burwood

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Community Board Linwood

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HANDS-ON: The ACE Festival of Adult Learning saw people take part in a number of activities

such as hazelnut weaving. ​

Adults learn at free festival

AVEBURY HOUSE and the

Richmond Community Garden

came together to deliver a week

of free activities for the ACE

Festival of Adult Learning.

More than 250 adults attended

a variety of activities, including

yoga, composting, tartmaking,

pilates, hazel weaving,

relaxation, getting a taste of

culture, massage techniques,

gardening and preserving.

Said Avebury House

manager Tanya Didham:

“The ACE festival of learning

was a great opportunity to share

what we do in the house. We

are always keen to find ways

to reach out and engage with

the community, and the ACE

team provided us with a great

platform to do it.”

Both organisations are

grateful for the opportunity

to be part of the festival and

grasped the chance to engage

with the community.

Richmond Community

Garden co-ordinator

Cathy Allden said she

“really enjoyed the positive

engagement for resourceful

learning within our community

space, what we can create, make

and eat from hazel weaving to

how to compost.”

Crafted hearts on

display at gallery

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A HOME has been found for

thousands of crafted hearts

following the March 15 attacks.

Just under 2000 crafted and

knitted hearts have been put on

display at the Christchurch Art

Gallery.

Barkers Wool And Haberdashery

manager Jacquie Jewell

was behind the initiative called

Muslim Hearts of Christchurch.

With a goal to collect as many

hearts as possible, the initiative

generated more than 5000 along

with messages of support from

around the world.

Mrs Jewell said it was nice to

be able to show support for those

affected by the March 15 events

through the knitted hearts,

especially since the six-month

anniversary was on Sunday.

As part of the display, details

outline the story behind the

hearts and people are allowed to

take one home.

On TVNZ’s Breakfast,

journalist John Campbell wore

one of the knitted hearts while

interviewing Shadia Amin, who

lost her husband in the attacks.

In June, Mrs Jewell brought

the matter of finding a home

for the hearts to the Halswell-

HEARTFELT: More than

5000 crafted hearts were

sent to Jacquie Jewell from

around the world.

Hornby-Riccarton Community

Board.

Earlier this year about 3000

crafted hearts, along with copies

of the messages, were delivered

to the Al Noor Mosque,

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Shirley BHS put up good showing at

SHIRLEY BOYS’ High School

finished fifth at the South

Island under-15 tournament

in Christchurch following a

43-7 loss to Marlborough Boys’

College.

The school’s senior basketball

team finished fourth at the South

Island tournament in Nelson

which qualified them for nationals.

later this month.

The Shirley Boys’ B basketball

team finished sixth at the

Southern Cup tournament in

Christchurch after a 69-65 loss to

Christ’s College.

Hockey

Christchurch Boys’ High was

the best placed boys team at the

national Rankin Cup competition

finishing sixth.

St Andrew’s College finished

eighth, Christ’s College finished

11th.

St Bede’s College won the India

Shield and earned a national

ranking of 17 in the process.

Burnside High School finished

22nd.

Christchurch Girls’ High

were runners-up in the Federation

Cup tournament in Auckland,

earning a No 2 ranking

nationally in the process.

The team lost the final 1-0 to St

Cuthberts College.

St Margaret’s College finished

third after a 3-2 win on penalty

strokes against Diocesan School

for Girls.

Rangi Ruru finished

BATTLE: The Shirley Boys’ High School B basketball team finished sixth at the Southern Cup in

Christchurch. ​

seventh, St Andrew’s managed

eighth.

Villa Maria College finished

18th nationally and earned a

silver medal at the Marie Fry

tournament after losing on penalty

strokes to Westlake Girls’

High School.

Burnside High finished 22nd.

Cashmere High finished third

at the Johnson Cup in Invercargill,

Shirley Boys’ High finished

seventh.

Lincoln High School won

the Coaches Cup in Ashburton

by beating Nelson’s Nayland

College 4-3 on penalty

strokes.

St Bede’s finished eighth at the

Galletly Cup in Oamaru.

Marian College finished ninth

in the Audrey Timlin Memorial

tournament at Timaru.

Papanui High School finished

ninth at the Jenny McDonald

Cup in Cromwell while Avonside

Girls’ High School managed

11th, Middleton Grange were

13th and Riccarton High School

16th.

SPORT

St Margaret’s were runnersup

at the Chris Arthur Cup at

Stratford.

Villa Maria were fifth, Rangi

Ruru sixth and Christchurch

Girls’ High ninth.

Football

St Thomas’ of Canterbury were

the best placed Canterbury boys

school at the premier tournament

at Napier.

They finished 17th after a 2-1

win over Wellington’s St Patrick’s

High School.

Burnside finished 23rd, Cashmere

24th and Christ’s College

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St Andrew’s College finished

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at Christchurch, while

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Middleton Grange finished

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St Andrew’s won the Malcom

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winter tournament

Avonside Girls’ finished eighth

at the Grant Jarvis tournament at

Wellington.

Marian College won the

Gary Sowden tournament at

Timaru’s Sir Basil Arthur Park

on Thursday after a 3-0 win over

Cashmere High in the final, on

Thursday.

Rangi Ruru finished seventh.

Table Tennis

Burnside High School won

their third consecutive national

secondary schools’ table tennis

title, in Tauranga.

The Burnside High team

defeated Auckand’s Macleans

College in the final.

Netball

Christchurch Girls’ were crowned

South Island Secondary School

netball champions after a tense

29-27 win over Dunedin’s St

Hilda’s Collegiate at Nelson Saxton

Stadium.

Villa Maria finished third

after beating fellow semi-finalist

Ashburton College 39-30 while St

Margaret’s College finished fifth

and grabbed the last national

secondary school competition

qualification spot with a 36-34

win over St Margaret’s.

Rugby

Christchurch Girls’ High made

the national secondary school

girls’ national final.

They beat Onehunga High

School 57-7 in the semi-final

before going down 58-7 to Hamilton

Girls’ High School in the

final.

The Christ’s College

under-15 rugby team won their

South Island competition, beating

Timaru Boys’ High School

17-12 in a wet final at Christ’s

College.

NEXT STEP: The Shirley Boys’ High School basketball team will head to the nationals later this

month after finishing fourth in the South Island.

Split points decisions

go against junior boxers

• By Jacob Page

TWO WOOLSTON junior

boxers have had a taste of

representing New Zealand as

part of a development squad

which competed against

fellow cadets and juniors from

Australia at Canberra last week.

Ryley Sutherland and Hamuera

Tainui were both part of a

New Zealand development team

that also got to train at the Australian

Institute of Sport during

their stay.

While both Ryley and Hamuera

lost their respective bouts

by split points decisions, it is

hoped the opportunity will keep

KIWI REPS:

Wooston

boxers

Ryley

Sutherland

(left), and

Hamuera

Tainui

before they

represented

New

Zealand in

Canberra

last week.

them in the sport and offer a

pathway for promising boxers as

they get older and push towards

the senior ranks.

The pair backed up from recent

success at the South Island

Golden Glove titles by defeating

their North Island equivalents to

claim national honours in July.

Hamuera claimed the 66kg

junior title, while Ryley won the

48kg cadet title.

Both have close family ties in

the sport. Hamuera’s father and

uncle both boxed for Woolston,

while Sutherland has been

coached by his father since the

age of nine.

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30ml Midori

15ml Malibu

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•Sugar plum

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Ice

30ml vodka (optional)

15ml Cointreau liqueur

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Orange and plum bitters

15ml elderflower cordial

1 lemon

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•Turkish delight

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Green tea infused with rose

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30ml Irish whiskey

15ml Galliano original

Dash sugar syrup

Ice

Lime wedges to garnish

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1/2 glass of V8 carrot and orange

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Frozen berries to garnish

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Ingredients

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Sprig of mint

1 cup grapefruit juice

11/2 cups ice

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Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by

appointment)

This group offers

assistance to mature

people with modern

technology, including

computers, tablets,

smartphones, email,

Facebook, Skype, Word,

cellphones and the

internet. Phone 382 6048

for more information.

202 Marine Pde (next to

the New Brighton Club)

JP Clinic at Shirley

Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the

peace will be available

to members of the

community to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies,

hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations

as well as sign citizenship,

sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. No

charge.

Shirley Library

SAYGo Steady As You

Go Falls Prevention

Exercise Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a speciallydesigned

class to help

you avoid a fall. There

is a $2 koha entry but

no booking fee. Those

interested are invited to

turn up on the day and see

what it can do for them.

Parklands Community

Centre

Ascot Sit and Be Fit

Wednesday, 1-2pm, and

Thursday, 9.30-10.30am

Complete a class

of exercises without even

leaving your chair. The

cost of the class is $4 and

you’ll get a cup of tea or

coffee.

Ascot Community Centre

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-

4.30pm

Go along and take part

in different activities based

on local and current events

in a learning environment.

Homework help is

available during this time.

Free and no bookings

required.

Aranui Library

Scrabble Club

Tuesday and Wednesday,

1.30-3.30pm and 1-2.45pm

Go along to the Scrabble

Club. No obligation, just

go along when you can

and join the friendly

group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Shirley and Parklands

libraries

CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on

hand to assist customers

who need help with their

CV or resume.

New Brighton Library

Technology Help Dropin

Sessions

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a drop-in

session for help with email,

searching the internet,

using the library catalogue,

eBooks, and general

computer queries.

Shirley Library

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly club will

be held every Friday, just

go along and join the

fun. Free, no bookings

required.

Shirley Library

Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Brighton Gallery Art Trust’s exhibition event will be held at New Brighton

Library on Tuesday from open until close. Go and see original paintings by

members of the Brighton Gallery Art Trust. A mixture of representational and

abstract works, each one reflects an interest of the artist. ​

Makerspace

Friday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a weekly

Makerspace session

and get hands-on with

activities for all ages.

Something new every

week.

Aranui Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Go along and make new

friends, practice English

and learn about New

Zealand and Christchurch.

Shirley Library

New Brighton Seaside

Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Go and enjoy a warm

and fun atmosphere beside

the seaside. With live

entertainment, food and

free face-painting.

New Brighton Pedestrian

Mall

Golden Oldies Movie

Screening – Born Free –

Virginia Mckenna, Bill

Travers

Monday, 1.30pm

Virginia Mckenna and

Bill Travers star in this

1966 adventure. Go along

for the story of George

and Joy Adamson and the

orphaned lion cub, Elsa,

they adopt. $2, go early for

a cuppa and a chat.

New Brighton Museum,

8 Hardy St

Marshland Table

Tennis Club

Monday, 7.30-9.30pm

Go along every Monday

night until October

14. Casual players are

welcome – $5 for adults

per night, $3 for juniors

under-18.

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Auction: 03 Oct 2019 Unless Sold Prior

3 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 2 living rooms | 1 dining room | 2 car-garage | 2 off-street parks - Listing Number: SM0232

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