Pegasus Post: October 01, 2019

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Completion of sculpture likely

to raise

awareness

of godwits

• By Matt Slaughter

THE $89,100 godwits sculpture

in South New Brighton has been

inaugurated.

A ceremony was held on September

22 to celebrate the installation of the

sculpture. Residents, political representatives,

sponsors and donors, who

made the project possible, attended.

The sculpture, called The Godwits,

features seven painted, stainless steel

birds on top of tall poles, which will

allow them to rotate in the wind.

The sculpture has cost $89,100, with

$76,000 raised by the South Brighton

Residents’ Association through community

events and donations. The

remaining amount came from the

Coastal-Burwood Community Board’s

discretionary fund, with Fulton Hogan

and the city council covering the

installation costs.

The artwork was offered as a gift

to Christchurch by the residents’

association, which commissioned local

artist Bon Suter to design it.

•Turn to page 7

FLYING HIGH: Hugo

Kristinsson, sculptor Bon Suter

(centre) and Kirsten Carey

were amongst those who

celebrated the inauguration

of the godwits sculpture in

South New Brighton.

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Youths aim to create a healthy river

YOUNG PEOPLE from schools

and early learning centres are

being asked to take action to

create a healthy Heathcote

River.

The pilot project is a collaborative

community approach to

conservation education which

aims to connect students along

the river.

City

council parks

programmes

and

partnerships

manager Kate

Russell said

Kate Russell

the project

aims to

establish a blueprint for student

action to power environmental

change within the river.

“We are looking to these

young people as the protectors

of their local river environment

and hope to expand this

approach further afield,” Ms

Russell said.

Supported by city council

education co-ordinator Sally

Airey, the project encourages

young people to take

“guardianship” of the river.

“The river suffers from urban

stream syndrome and has poor

water quality,” Ms Airey said.

“We are inviting young

people to lead community

ENVIRONMENT: City council education co-ordinator Sally

Airey is part of a new student-focused project to protect the

Heathcote River. ​

action to help create a healthy

awa [river].”

Ms Airey, whose role is being

funded by the Department of

Conservation, said the initial

project title – Healthy Ōpāwaho

– expresses the “connection

between a healthy river and a

healthy community.”

However, she expects a new

student leadership team to come

up with a new name, vision and

measurable goals for the project.

“Initially, I will be directly

‘The river suffers

from urban stream

syndrome and has

poor water quality’

– Sally Airey

working with interested

students and teachers from a

handful of the 100 schools and

early learning centres that are

within 1km of the awa,” she

said.

“As the group develops and

connections are made between

schools, we hope even more

schools and early learning

centres will be involved.”

The project aims to inspire

hundreds of young people to

take action for a healthy river,

building on individual projects

already under way in the area.

“Young people are our future

leaders and need to be given the

opportunity to make decisions

that can lead to positive change

in our communities and our

environment,” Ms Airey said.

The project is supported

by the city council, DOC,

Community and Public

Health, the Canterbury District

Health Board, the Ōpāwaho/

Heathcote River Network,

Environment Canterbury,

Junior Neighbourhood Support

and Ngāi Tahu.

In Brief

SCHOOL LOCKDOWN

Bamford School in Woolston

was put in lockdown after a

life-threatening incident at

a neighbouring property on

Wednesday. Gould Cres was

cordoned off and the school was

put in lockdown about 3pm.

Parents picking up their children

were made to wait outside the

cordon. A police spokeswoman

said there was a large police

presence at the address, including

the armed offenders squad. The

lockdown was lifted at about 5pm.

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The removal of 40 trees on Marine

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Coastal-Burwood Community

Board. The board decided the

work is necessary to allow the

Marine Pde streetscape upgrades

to progress.

COMMUNITY BOARD GRANTS

In the briefs section of last week’s

Pegasus Post, it was reported the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board granted Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust $4000,

Eastern Sport & Recreation $8000

and Early Birds $6000. However,

the amounts approved were

actually $3000 for Avon-Heathcote

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• By Claire Booker

MACFARLANE Park in

Mairehau has been given a

new lease of life thanks to an

initiative to bring murals to the

park.

Last week, four murals made

by schools in the area were

unveiled, with one focused on

love and support after the March

15 attack.

The mural features a quote

from the memorial service and

the word “peace” in more than

20 languages students at the

school speak, as well as flowers

made from recycled plastic.

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Ahmed says: “I may be from

one culture, you may come from

another culture, I may have one

faith, you may have one faith,

but together we are a beautiful

garden.”

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Burwood

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Board has

made a lot

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progress in

a number of

areas over the

last three years.

THE COASTAL-Burwood

Community Board supported a

variety of local events across the

wards.

They included I Love New

Brighton, AFFIRM, Parklands

@ Play, Ray White Duke Festival

of Surfing, Parklands Christmas

in the Park, Duck Down to the

River, Meet in the Middle and

the community service awards.

The board also supported

a number of initiatives that

responded to community needs,

including the community fridge

in New Brighton, a Family

Health Trust social worker, activation

of Common Ground as a

community hub, development of

the Burwood Avondale Dallington

hub and the activation of the

Old School Te Kura Tawhito.

Eighty-two community

organisations received funding

from the board’s strengthening

communities and discretionary

response funds.

There were six residents association

forums held across

the term. There were 40 public

forum presentations shared with

the community board and 52

deputations were heard by the

board on a range of topics.

The board received 16 briefings

from city council staff and

other organisations.

Board members have acted as

liaisons for 30 organisations.

Members have attended 33 site

visits since October 31 2016.

Seventy-nine young people

have been supported to participate

in various events and activities

through the board’s youth

development and discretionary

response funds and 34 organisations

with a youth focus received

funding.

The QE II Master Plan included

a youth audit with the goal of

ensuring the environment and

buildings worked well for youth.

The board advocated for the

Southshore and South New

Brighton estuary edge earthquake

repairs.

It advocated for the New

Brighton Hot Pools, He Puna

Taimoana, which are now being

built.

Bus passenger shelter installations

within the board’s area

were approved. The board also

successfully advocated for and

approved plans for the South

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New Brighton boardwalk repairs.

It funded environmental

projects, such as the building of

penguin nesting boxes and pest

traps in Northshore.

Board members advocated for

water management and drainage

improvements in their wards.

Donnell Sports, Thomson and

Wainoni parks have and will

continue to be improved.

The Burwood Park fitness trail

was supported.

The board approved a lease to

Eastern Community Sport and

Recreation on Rawhiti Domain

and developed spaces for sport

and recreation.It called for the

retention of the Rawhiti Golf

Course and South Brighton Holiday

Park. Funding was provided

for safety-focussed initiatives

such as the radio upgrade for the

Burwood-Pegasus Community

Watch and the purchase of a

defibrillator for the Southshore/

South New Brighton area.

The board supported community

connections among residents

to increase neighbourhood

safety and support. It funded 70

Neighbourhood Week events.

It also supported artworks

including the godwits sculpture.

Road repairs and upgrades

were also advocated for.

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Dig out your historic photos for competition

GIVEN TIME, even the most

ordinary photo can be an

extraordinary window into a

different world.

This photo, picturing the

intersection of High, Hereford

and Colombo Sts, was a

highly commended entry in

Christchurch City Libraries’ 2008

photo hunt. It was submitted

by Tony Bowie and shows his

mother and grandmother on

their way to shop in High St in

the late 1950s.

During the 1950s, the central

city was the prime destination

for shopping in Christchurch,

and women would don hats and

gloves for their trip into town.

The central city enjoyed this

shopping heyday in the first half

of the 20th-century, coinciding

with the peak of reliance on

public transport – first trams,

then buses. Cathedral Square

was the central hub of the

city’s transport network, which

connected the suburbs to the city

centre.

It was customary for people

to go into town to shop, and to

“take tea” in the tea rooms of the

major department stores located

on both sides of Cathedral

Square.

Beca Christchurch Heritage

Festival 2019 starts on October

7 and this year, as part of the

festival, Christchurch City

Libraries is celebrating 10 years

of the Christchurch photo hunt.

Over the past decade, the

photo hunt has collected

hundreds of great photos like

this one, and Christchurch City

Libraries hopes people will dust

off their collections and unearth

some more treasures.

This year’s competition runs

until October 31. Your photos

are carefully scanned and

preserved as part of Christchurch

City Libraries’ collection, and

loaded onto the Discovery Wall

at Tūranga (Central Library) so

everyone can enjoy them.

•Submit your photos at

any of our Christchurch

City Libraries or at my.

christchurchcitylibraries.

com/photo-hunt/

OCCASION: This 1950s photo was submitted in the 2008 Christchurch City Libraries’ photo hunt.

The competition is on again.

•There are many events happening in the central city during the Heritage Festival

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Top young landscaper awarded

GEORGE TROWER has been

named young landscaper of the

year at the Registered Master

Landscaper Landscapes of

Distinction awards in Auckland.

Mr Trower, who works at

Fendalton’s Goom Landscapes

and lives in Bishopdale, was

recognised for his innovation,

communication, leadership,

career development and

construction abilities.

“It was such an honour to

pick the award up and receive

recognition from across the

industry, especially considering

the calibre of the other finalists,”

the Lincoln University graduate

said.

“I was so humbled that the

team at Goom seemed to be

as excited about my individual

award as they were the numerous

awards they received on the

night.”

Mr Trower will now progresses

to the young horticulturist of

the year awards next month,

in which finalists across six

industries battle it out for top

honours.

Goom Landscapes is a highly

regarded landscape design and

construction firm established

more than 35 years ago.

The nationally recognised

awards acknowledged the best in

landscape design, construction,

horticulture and maintenance.

Said Goom Landscapes

director Tim Goom: “We take

enormous pride as a team in

completing every project to

the highest standard, so to gain

national recognition, not to

mention armloads of awards, is

deeply gratifying’.

The company entered four

projects in both the design

and construction categories. It

received four gold medals for

construction and three gold and

a silver medal for design.

In addition to these medals,

BIG FUTURE:

George

Trower

was named

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Landscapes

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awards.

Goom Landscapes also won

the premier award for best

construction project of the year

for its high-country project at

the Terrace Downs Resort at

Windwhistle.

The judges said the project

was a very worthy winner of this

top award as it demonstrated

“outstanding workmanship using

various materials and finishes,

bringing to life the vision and

design.” They also said the water

feature was considered to be

elegant design.

Godwits return to feeding grounds

•From page 1

Ms Suter is a professional

sculptor and tutor who created

the South New Brighton Sculpture

Park. She has represented

the city council at the Festival of

Arts in Adelaide and her work is

held in public and private collections

around the world.

Said South Brighton Residents’

Association secretary Seamus

O’Cromtha: “Commuters

driving to and from the area

can admire and identify with a

marvellous work of art.”

“The sculpture should also

act as a magnet for visitors and

tourists. With its prominent

positioning on the main access

road to the Brighton peninsula,

it will offer permanent publicity

for the wetlands and estuary as a

place where visitors can observe

a wide range of bird species,

enjoy the coastal walkways and

take in the magnificent scenery.”

The sculpture will also raise

public awareness of the kuaka

[godwits] and the importance of

the estuary as a feeding ground

for both it and many other bird

species.”

The sculpture’s inauguration

came just after the arrival of

bar-tailed godwits at Southshore

Spit.

The first of the migratory birds

were spotted on September 20

by city council ornithologist

Andrew Crossland.

The godwits have returned to

their Canterbury feeding spots

after spending the northern

hemisphere summer in breeding

grounds 11,000km away in

Alaska.

The early arrivals are expected

to be joined by more than 1000

others over the next three to four

weeks.

SPECTACULAR:

The godwits

sculpture cost

$89,000 and

was funded by

organisations

including the

South Brighton

Residents’

Association and

the city council.

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Smiths City donates

$15k to city mission

• By Claire Booker

A $15,000 donation to the

Christchurch City Mission

will change the lives of 12

Cantabrians.

Last week, Smiths City’s

Colombo St store manager,

Kevin Owers presented the

cheque to mission chief

executive Matthew Mark.

Mr Mark said the mission has

to raise $5.5 million each year to

cover the cost of the services it

offers to people in need.

“This $15,000 cheque will

support 12 people through an

alcohol and drug detox. It is an

incredibly generous donation,”

he said.

Each year, the mission

supports about 42 thousand

HELPING:

Kevin Owers

(left) presents

Matthew Mark

with a cheque

to support

people in need. ​

Christchurch residents in need.

It celebrated its 90th

anniversary in July.

“Almost 10 per cent of

Christchurch’s population has

been supported by the city

mission,” Mr Mark said.

Store manager Kevin Owers

said he was “very proud” to

make the presentation.

“I couldn’t think of anyone

better to give it to. It gives you

tingles,” he said.

Smiths City chief executive

Roy Campbell said the company

has been a supporter of the

mission for many years.

“It doesn’t matter where we

are in New Zealand, we want to

be those locals who help locals.

It makes us immensely proud,”

he said.

CHOO CHOO:

Anna Thomas

will be displaying

one of her model

train carriages

at the Big Model

Train Show at

the Pioneer

Recreation &

Sport Centre. ​

Model trains to go on show

ANNA THOMAS is a

keen rail modeller, skilfully

creating New Zealand

prototypes.

Ms Thomas said her mother

recalls her throwing a tantrum

in Kmart when she was four

because she couldn’t have a train

set.

“I did get one later. It was an

American Santa-Fe set with a

figure-eight track and a tunnel.

I soon lost interest, probably

because it wasn’t very realistic.’’

The 26-year-old who

works for an online distributor is

keen on all things mechanical.

For two years, she has been

building a Di class diesel-electric

locomotive to haul a train of

ballast wagons.

It will include a 9m wooden

guard’s van carriage with a

ballast spreader underneath.

“I have talked to people

who knew the Di class locos.

That’s been pretty cool really,’ she

said.

The guard’s van will feature

at the Big Model Train Show

at Pioneer Recreation & Sport

Centre on Saturday and Sunday,

9.30am until 5pm.

Ms Thomas’ train modelling

is realistic. She is working with

white metal kits.

She is excited to be involved

this year’s show.

The show will feature model

train clubs and individuals from

throughout the South Island.

Those presenting New Zealand

prototypes are always popular.

Last year a winning layout

represented the Kaikoura

Coast.

The train show is an event for

anyone thinking about getting

involved with the hobby.

•Entry to the Big Model

Train Show is $5 for children,

$10 for adults and $15 for an

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Tuesday October 1 2019 9

Little honoured for dedication to rowing

SPORT

WAINONI RESIDENT Jim

Little’s six decade involvement

with rowing has been rewarded

with life membership of the

Canterbury Rowing Association.

Little commenced rowing in

the 1950s with Shirley Boys’

High School as a 16-year-old.

He has been a member of the

Union Rowing Club ever since

where he is a life member and

club patron.

Little commenced rowing in

the 1950s with Shirley Boys’

High School as a 16-year-old.

He has been a member of the

Union Rowing Club ever since

where he is a life member and

club patron.

He has trained as a member

of the 1964 NZ Tokyo Olympic

crew.

Unfortunately, he was one of

two reserves on race day with the

eight finishing in 11th.

He competed for Canterbury

in the inter-provincial eights.

He had been rowing double

and singles and was third in

the premier (then senior class)

singles at the 1963 national

championships.

Little rowed in a coxless pair

for three years with Ron Satherley

and after several attempts in

both the coxless pair and later

a coxed pair, the combination

finished second each time in the

premier event to Wybo Veldman

and the late Warren Cole.

In his last season, marred by

an appendix operation, he and

Tim Armstrong finished third

in the premier double sculls with

no real training behind them.

After a 10-year break Little

turned to coaching focusing and

developing a youth eight within

the URC Club.

He took another brief break

after this stint then returned

in October 1985 looking after

Shirley Boys’ High rowing and

again with URC.

Little was involved with several

age-group New Zealand crews.

He has given generously of his

time over the years to holding

sculling schools for all Canterbury

Rowing Association club

members.

He has coached at Christchurch

Boys’ High School in recent

years, this being acknowledged

at the school’s recent prize-giving

for the Maadi Cup victories

with Little having developed

many of the crew in their formative

rowing years.

PRIDE: (From

left to right)

– Canterbury

Rowing

Association and

Union Rowing

Club life member

James Sheehan,

CRA patron and

URC life member

Des Borgfeldt

and new CRA life

member and URC

patron Jim Little. ​

Little has coached URC athletes

to NZ representative level

and has been heavily involved in

the coaching of a large masters

contingent affiliated to URC.

Little was part of the inaugural

safety team at Lake Ruataniwha

for many years while his wife,

Merryl was a permanent fixture

in the coxswains weigh-in shed.

•More sport, page 10

Take a sneak

peek at the new

Christchurch

Hospital Hagley

Public Open Day

6 October

When it opens next year,

Christchurch Hospital Hagley

will be the new home of acute

services. This is your chance

to have a look behind the

scenes at the new Emergency

Department, Intensive

Care, Children’s High Care,

Radiology and wards before

they’re fully kitted out.

Opening early 2020

Sunday 6 October 2019

The 30 minute tour will

cover three floors

10am – 3pm

Closed-toe, soft-soled shoes are

essential – sneakers are perfect

Pedestrian entry only

Entry to the new Hagley building is

to the left of Christchurch Women’s

Hospital off Riccarton Avenue.

Entry is free

Gold coin donations to the Māia

Health Foundation appreciated.

There will be a drop off zone on Riccarton Avenue, and there’s a bus

stop right outside – bus travel is free for SuperGold Card holders.

Like Canterbury DHB on Facebook for updates. Details and

conditions of entry are on our website - cdhb.health.nz/hagley


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Falck named top SBHS sportsman

• By Jacob Pag’e

REECE FALCK was named

Shirley Boys’ High School’s

sportsman of the year last week.

It was a big night for the

17-year-old tennis player who

is also part of the senior team

which won team of the year.

Falck is the current

Canterbury men’s open

champion.

He played in the Canterbury

under-16 team which finished

second at the national teams

event in Auckland earlier this

year.

He also won the under-16

and under-18 national titles and

Woolston boxers to get in the ring for Canty

• By Jacob Page

SIX WOOLSTON boxers will

be part of the Canterbury team

to compete at the national

championships which start

tomorrow at Hastings

A 20-strong team will test

themselves against the best

amateur boxers in New Zealand

over the five-day tournament.

Ryley Sutherland, Hamuera

Tainui, Blake Henderson, Trevor

Swainson, Byron Antal and Tegan

Clark will all represent Woolston

in the team.

Canterbury coach Mark Fuller

said the team have a good mix

of youth and experience across

junior, cadet and senior grades.

He has high hopes for the

Woolston contingent.

“I like the look of Trevor

Swainson,” he said.

“He’s been around a long time

and deserves a national title.

“He’s capable and durable.”

Tainui won a national title last

represented New Zealand at the

Junior Davis Cup last year.

The SBHS senior tennis team

of Falck, Jordan Edwards and

Luca Landells went undefeated

to win the first ever National

Tennis Team Cup at Nga Puna

Wai.

Tahlor Cahill took out

the school’s best all-round

sportsman award for his

achievements in sevens, water

polo and volleyball. The

16-year-old plays in the first XV

as a goal-kicking lock and his

efforts earned him selection in

the Canterbury under-16 team.

Cahill is the leading scorer for

the SBHS senior academy water

year in the 63kg cadet class and

will be looking for another win

this year.

Both he and Sutherland won

New Zealand Golden Gloves titles

last month in Rotorua.

“Tegan Clark has a hard class

but if she’s positive enough she’s

definitely one who could win a

national title,” Fuller said.

“In the cadets, Sutherland and

Kwahli Beauchamp – they’ve

had 25 to 30 fights now – and the

juniors Daniel Meehan, James

Charlton and Blake Gibson all

have 30 fights plus.

“We always aim to medal, but

there are a few kids there that will

need three bouts to earn a silver

or gold, but realistically we should

come back with a good haul.

“This is the pinnacle

tournament of the year so they’’ll

all be giving it everything.

“Byron Antal is a good lad, it’ll

be a big step up and he’s keen to

learn.”

Weigh-ins are due to take

polo team and was in the top

10 scorers at the South Island

tournament.

Cahill is also involved in

coaching and training younger

players.

place today. “It’s a good team and

we always have expectations to

perform well and to represent

Canterbury well,” Fuller said.

Canterbury team Kwahli

Beauchamp (Smiling

Tigers), Ryley Sutherland

(Woolston), Leon Gibson

(Waikuku), Daniel Meehan

(Smiling Tigers), Hamuera

Tainui (woolston), James

Charlton (Rangiora), Tom

Westall (Papanui), Ryan

Entese (Papanui), Rendz

Remaneses, Sam Burdett

Clark (Smiling Tigers), Blake

Henderson (Woolston),

Trevor Swainson (Woolston),

Wheels Mau’u (Burnham),

Savanah Haehae (Rangiora),

Tegan Clark (Woolston), Bree

Cumming (Round 12), Mel

McGlynn (Burnham), Elenoa

Lilo (Burnham), Edward

Richards (Rangiora), Byron

Antal (Woolston), and Rendz

Remaneses (Redwood).

TALENT:

Reece Falck

was named

Shirley Boys’

High School

sportsman of

the year last

week. PHOTO:

CANTERBURY

TENNIS

He attended the Condor

Sevens and was part of the junior

volleyball team which finished

second in the South Island.

The under-15 eight rowing

crew was named junior team of

SPORT

the year after finishing seventh at

the Maadi Cup regatta.

The team of Kuhurangi

Wetini, Zakai Hedges, Joel

Arona, Alex Fletcher, Zander

Wiltshire, Ryan Facoory, Jayden

Sincock, Lachie Osikai-Wilson

and Tane Norton took part in

the octuple sculls and finished

second in Canterbury and the

South Island. Weight-lifter Jake

Beaumont was named junior

individual sportsman of the year.

CONTENDERS: Ryley Sutherland (left) and Hamuera Tainui

are aiming to add to their trophy cabinet at the nationals in

Hastings this week. PHOTO: WOOLSTON BOXING CLUB

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Discover

New Brighton

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New Brighton’s favourite

Super Liquor Seaside

Summer is around the corner and lazy

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think about your party agenda’s and your

menus, remember Super Liquor Seaside

located at 55 Hawke Street. They are your

friendly community spirits store and a

one stop shop for all your spirit beverage

needs.

“We love our community and our

patrons. They are the best and we want to

thank them,” says store manager Gurpreet

Singh.

He has more than seven years of

industry experience and joined Super

Liquor in New Brighton at the beginning

of the year. “I really appreciate this

location and the involvement we have in

the community”, he said.

The store offers local favourites and

some standalone brands for variety. They

offer beers on tap and samples so you can

have a taste test before you buy, to make

sure you are selecting the best beer for

your event.

When you are planning to entertain,

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Their wine range starts at $6.99

and their 12 pack beers and Vodka or

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Discover

New Brighton

Technology learning made

simple at SeniorNet

SeniorNet New Brighton has offered a

friendly, safe learning environment for

years. Located at the New Brighton Club,

SeniorNet’s purpose is to educate people

who are 50 and up to better understand

technology in a simple, easy learning

environment.

The tutors are top notch and their smaller

class sizes or one on one tutorials create a

safe and inviting learning environment.

Sign up today to become a member and

browse through their myriad of services to

see what they can help you with. Whether

you would like to better understand your

computer or your laptop, maybe your

tablet, your mobile phone or another piece

of technology, SeniorNet can help.

The SeniorNet motto - It is never too late,

anyone can learn.

What do their members say?

“The tutors are so helpful and it is such a

friendly and inviting atmosphere, they feel

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The

Mairehau

Challenge

Achievement

Way

Responsibility

Empathy

Re Wiki O Te Reo Maori

What a week we had celebrating Maori Language Week.

The entire school, students and staff, were involved in activities

promoting the use of te reo Maori. Each day, different year levels learnt

the school Haka. On the final day, it was Hangi day!!

Year 11 students Neo and Maska dug the Hangi pit and at 5.30am

students and staff arrived at school to start the fire. At 3pm the food was

being served to hungry mouths and thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.

Encouraging

excellence

in our

community

Outward Bound 2019

Year 12 students Falcon Neilson and Maddy Bouma, received

sponsorship to go on a course at Outward Bound at Anakiwa

in the Marlborough Sounds.

Maddy wrote an article for a local newspaper about the

experience and the following is part of that article.

Outward Bound is an experience that will be embedded in my

memory forever.

It is truly astonishing what you are capable of doing when you

set your mind to it.

During my time at Outward Bound, a group of strangers

became a family within a matter of days. I kayaked raging river

rapids, captained a sailboat through a storm and through the

night, tramped mountains without a marked track.

I also went on a beautiful island

where I solo camped for three

days, and had many other

adventures.

Outward Bound allowed me to

push myself further than I ever

thought possible. It helped me

to better understand what I am

capable of, what my limits are

and taught me skills that can

help me conquer any challenge

I face.

Outward Bound truly is a mind

blowing experience and has had

a tremendous impact on not just

my own life but that of so many

others.

Something that has stuck with

me are the words of Outward

Bound founder Kurt Hahn, who

said “There is more in you”.

Maddy Bouma

Falcon Neilson

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


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This is who we are... students and staff

focusing on our C.A.R.E values

Maths News

Term 3 Music News

Our annual music tour comprising of 60 students and staff, took us to Mairehau

Primary School, North Loburn School, Waiau Primary School and our final

concert was to a combined audience of a preschool, Waiau and Rotherham

School students at Waiau.

Darryn Ward, Principal of North Loburn School had this to say –

“What a treat and what an amazing afternoon we have just had. The Mairehau

High School orchestra and other music groups came and entertained us for an

hour. There was something for everyone. It was a pleasure to have them and

was also a walk down memory lane as I am an old boy from Mairehau High.

Thank you Margaret Robertson and your team for the entertainment”.

Special Olympics

Soccer 2019

Our Supported Learning students participated

in a one-day soccer tournament run by Special

Olympics. After playing four games and losing

only one, Mairehau High School came away

with 2nd place overall. Congratulations to Myles

for the Player of the Day award for his excellent

attack and defence game. The team was an

excellent role model for our school.

Education Perfect Mathematics

Championship

At the beginning of August, the annual Education

Perfect Mathematics Championship was held. We

are thrilled to announce that four of our students

received awards.

Shushant Joshi gained

an Elite Award. This is

an outstanding award.

Shushant was placed 159th

in the world answering an

amazing 10,037 questions

in the 7 days.

Jashan Singh gained an

Emerald Award with 5,091

points, Sneha Joshi gained

a Bronze Award with 1,000

points and Chesrille Battiw

gained a Credit Award with

748 points.

Australian

Mathematics

Competition

Another outstanding

mathematics result for

Year 9 student Mark

Watkins, earning a

Distinction Award. This

puts Mark in the top 20th

percentile of all the Year 9

competitors.

Year 10 student,

Shushant Joshi

Year 9 student,

Mark Watkins

Credit Awards go to:

Year 10 Dakota Potter

Year 11 Rykin Eade

Year 12 Georgina Free and Ella Peoples

Year 9 Flexible

Learning Time

Over the last few weeks, Year 9 students have been

working though a rotation of lifeskills.

They have done CPR and First Aid, self defence,

taxed their brain on a breakout box along with

critical thinking and problem solving, mechanics

and driver licensing, cooked a mystery food box,

sewed on a button, learned to tie a tie, learned

budgeting and flat hunting skills and finally, design.

We are really grateful to the various guest presenters

who helped equip students with

very valuable skills.

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


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2019 LoCAL ELECtions - meet your candidates

Phil Mauger Independent - Standing for Burwood

Paid Advertising Feature

My message is simple. Look after Burwood.

Stop ridiculous rate rises. Fix our roads and

buildings, and look after our people. The

housing conditions of many need immediate

attention. We’ve been let down badly since the

earthquake. It’s time for a change.

People living in the east want to be heard.

My commitment to the east is strong. I grew up

here. My kids went to school here. My family

has lived in Christchurch’s eastern suburbs

since 1945.

For more than 70 years my family business

has built subdivisions, roads and many homes

for people living in and around Burwood. I

know this area well.

We have to ensure that the remaining

rebuild is not beyond the affordability of

our ratepayer base. We need people with

commercial nous around the Council table.

I was very humbled to hear that two term

City Councillor Raf Manji said I would be his

number one pick for Council. He said “…

there’s a guy who is going to have his eyes

over every contract that comes through to

Council.” You bet I will.

Key focus areas for me:

• To get rate increases under control by

trimming unnecessary Council spending.

• To be a true independent voice for Burwood.

There is no room for party politics in local

government - block voting can hamstring

progress.

• To make sure the Council fronts up and

repairs the apartments at Concord Place.

These apartments could be easily fixed. One

of the units has been empty for four years.

This is not good enough.

Authorised by Phillip Mauger, 87 Jessons Road, Christchurch.

James Daniels Independent - Standing for Coastal

I grew up here, still live here and will grow

old here. I love it here. I’m upset about the

way we, as a coastal community, have been

neglected and disrespected over the last nine

years in particular.

The Council needs people with proven, good

governance skills because we have some

strategic, yet complex, difficult decisions to

make. I’ll bring energy, experience, expertise

and a fresh perspective to the process.

I will remain visible, be transparent and

communicate with my community while

listening carefully to the issues that affect us.

Many people only know me because of my

broadcasting career. Not many know I have

more than 30 years of governance experience

covering commercial, charitable, community

and not-for-profit organisations. I am also wellconnected

locally and nationally, so combining

my communication skills with my experience

and expertise, I will make a difference for our

Coastal community.

The proposed rate increases over the next

ten years are distressing. I will openly oppose

any increases until convinced it’s necessary.

I’m not wasting energy on what happened

(or didn’t happen) over the last nine years.

If elected, in the first 90 days I will do a

deep-dive stocktake on the current situation

regarding the Coastal Ward (the Regeneration

Plan is a positive!). In the New Year I will come

back to the community and call a series of

meetings to tell you face-to-face ‘where we’re

at’, then we will decide ‘where we want to go’.

The only promise I make is that I will work

very hard.

Authorised by James Daniels, 6 Betula Place, Parklands, Coastal.

Holly Chappell-Eason Standing for Community Board - Innes Ward

As a proud 5th generation Cantabrian I’m

driven to make a difference in our city. The

opportunity to help make our community vibrant,

active and safe is an exciting prospect.

A strong community board should embrace

diversity, sports, family, culture, public spaces

and community groups. We need chlorine-free

water and safe streets; a balance of pedestrians

and cars, and functioning public spaces. We are

a diverse and thriving community. We should be

celebrating all of the different passions we have

- what’s important to us. Let’s make Papanui-

Innes ward a place we are proud to call home.

My background in the arts, leadership and

education means my greatest skill is listening.

I will listen to what our community needs, I will

always find a solution- creative problem solving

is key. I love to work with groups and activate

young people in particular to take ownership

of the future of our city. My passion, drive and

compassion will be an asset to the governance

of our area.

After living and working all over New Zealand

it felt exciting and necessary to move home to

Saint Albans, to start my family here, to be an

active part of the rebuild. Now I want to take

the next step; to have a hand in guiding our

community and eventually our city. To be the

voice of our community would be an absolute

honour for me.

Make sure your vote counts - a vote for Holly

Chappell-Eason is a vote for you and your

family’s future.

FB: Holly Chappell-Eason: Papanui Innes

Community Board.

Email: holly.r.chappell@gmail.com

Authorised by Holly Chappell-Eason, 51 Mayfield Avenue, Mairehau, Christchurch.

Lianne Dalziel Christchurch Mayor - Standing for re-election

Re-elect Lianne Dalziel Mayor

“I love Christchurch and am confident about our

future. With my experience and inclusive style

of leadership, we can tackle any challenges that

lie ahead, while seizing every opportunity that

comes our way.”

It is vital we keep the momentum going.

My immediate priorities are:

Water: Investment in our infrastructure will

deliver pure water safely to your home. I

will fight Government-imposed mandatory

chlorination.

Rates: I will bring rates rises down while

ensuring continued infrastructure investment,

and balancing council debt and inflation.

Central City: A vibrant city centre is essential.

Having secured $300m for Christchurch, the

stadium will be a multi-use facility. I will continue

to back the developers leading the way.

Sustainability: I am committed to reducing our

city’s carbon footprint, and helping communities

prepare for the impacts of climate change.

Eastern Alliance: An alliance of contractors will

deliver a fully integrated programme of works

across the east, fixing the roads, footpaths and

pipes and building stopbanks.

Do it once, do it right.

www.lianne.co.nz

Authorised by A Campbell lvl1/394 Riccarton Road, Christchurch.

Ali Jones Standing for Community Board re-election - Papanui-Innes Ward

In the last six years and especially the last

three, it is clear there is still plenty of work to

do in the Innes Ward. With the experience,

relationships and knowledge I have from the

working on the Papanui Innes Community

Board for the last six years, I can hit the

ground running.

For example, the Northern Corridor opens

next year and there are significant roading

projects that go with that; the roading renewal

plans for Innes, traffic flow and congestion,

safety around shops and schools - I have been

living and breathing this as a community board

member (board chair from 2016-2019) and city

councillor (2013-2016) so I am up to speed.

If you re-elect me, you’ll be getting a real

advocate for communities and people, honesty,

transparency and a very hard worker. I don’t

play games and am a straight shooter.

As the Innes area has had much invested

from an infrastructure perspective (the Dudley

diversion, Christchurch Northern Corridor and

cycleways for example), the money spent

in our ward has been significant but it has

generally not been on community facilities and

improving amenity – we must continue to fight

for equity in our ward so that we can have the

same facilities other parts of the city enjoy.

Understanding how the Long Term Plan

(City Council 10 year budgets) work is

essential to putting our case – I totally get

that and will do exactly that, if re-elected to

the Papanui Innes Community Board, as your

Innes representative.

I am standing as an independent candidate

as I will not make decisions based on anyone

else’s philosophy or party line. Party politics

should stay in Wellington and do not have a

place in local government. We have a unique

environment in Christchurch and I don’t believe

our future should be held hostage for political

gain.

Authorised by Ali Jones, C/- 225 High Street, Christchurch.


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2019 LoCaL ELECtionS - meet your candidates

Peter Ballantyne Standing for Canterbury District Health Board

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Peter believes the health board has worked

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but has been constrained by lack of funding

.Peter considers that he is well placed to

advocate strongly for equitable funding for our

health needs in Canterbury. This, combined

with efficiencies in service, will enable more

funds to be available to meet the increased

demands of health issues such as mental

health, cancer and elective surgery in order to

ensure that our communities get well, stay well

and live well closer to home. Addressing the

increasing needs of our ageing population is

a continuing demand on our health services.

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and appropriate treatment in modern hospital

facilities. He is very conscious of the safety and

wellbeing of our health workforce which has

been operating under tremendous pressure

since the earthquakes while continuing to

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currently serves on the CDHB Quality, Finance,

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Authorised by Peter Ballantyne, 37 Waiwetu Street, Christchurch.

John Minto Standing for Christchurch Mayor

I am standing as a KOA (Keep our Assets

Canterbury) candidate for mayor because we

want a future for Christchurch which makes

sense.

The city faces three big challenges: a

climate emergency, a water supply threatened

by contaminants and many people struggling

on poverty incomes without dignity or selfrespect.

Our policies are to reduce greenhouse

gas emissions with free and frequent public

transport; provide a local zone for Canterbury

businesses and co-operatives in the city

centre; rebuild the 400 council rental homes

destroyed in the earthquakes; future-proof

our water supply and develop a plan for

swimmable rivers; rate increases kept to the

rate of inflation and a minimum of the living

wage for all council work.

As well as significantly reducing our

greenhouse gas emissions, fare-free public

transport will create a more cohesive, less

divided city as people mix and mingle on

modern, low-emission buses with free wifi.

It will also save families approximately four

weeks pay per year in transport costs which

will be spent in the local economy giving a

boost to local businesses and co-operatives.

This policy will not increase rates because

it will be paid for from existing government

budgets by rebalancing transport funding away

from new roads in favour of public transport.

These policies will improve our lives while

saving the council money. More details are at

www.MintoforMayor.nz

Authorised by John Minto, 21 York Street, Waltham, Christchurch.

Linda Stewart Standing for Burwood Community Board - a strong voice for Burwood Ward

Community dynamics changed drastically

post-earthquakes. I am seeking a fifth term

determined Burwood Ward’s needs are

addressed.

New, vibrant communities (north of the ward)

in Mairehau-Prestons areas will wait decades

for a council-initiated facility. I’m seeing the

need for a community centre now to serve

the Travis Country, Tumara Park, Waitikiri to

Prestons communities. A MULTI-PURPOSE

COMMUNITY FACILITY would provide a

Community Hub where your community can be

a true community to enjoy classes for all ages.

Residential Red Zone fringe suburbs

forgotten nine years without any recovery

investment - I am concerned about home

ownership imbalance, safety and wellbeing

issues. My concept - an AREA-WIDE

COMMUNITY FACILITY grew quickly to

become the Dallington-Avondale-Burwood

community-led proposal and successfully

advocated to council - now waits for a future

build date to provide a place for people to

recover and rebuild broken communities.

My other initiatives - The Coastal Burwood

Wards first council-funded Outdoor Gym

installed 2018 at Burwood Park.

Initiating Outdoor Movies for Burwood

Avondale and Dallington to support community’s

re-connection;

Leading the successful community

submission process to retain the Ministry of

Education’s land sale proceeds to fund the

QE11’s Master Planning project - A victory for

community-led advocacy.

Other concerns:

Tairoa-QE11 needs more dedicated disability

facilities and an effective therapy spa for

wellbeing use.

The future governance of the green zone -

we need to protect our community values

balanced with future eco and tourism ventures.

Our communities safety in challenging times

SAY YES WITH A TICK FOR EXPERIENCED

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Authorised by L Stewart.

Glenn Livingstone People’s Choice - Standing for Councillor - Burwood Ward

Four months to the day from being sworn in

as a new City Councillor in 2010, the February

22nd 2011 earthquake hit. The main issues

I heard from you then were EQC, Private

Insurers and the loss of QE2. I acted on those

issues and as a result, following promotion of

an Insurance Tribunal through the Council, the

Residential Advisory Service was put in place.

This service helped thousands of Christchurch

east residents resolve their insurance claims.

Recently, the new Government brought the

Insurance Tribunal into law.

The final infra-structure bill for the Burwood

ward of $400m is the highest of all the

wards. Fixing the roads is more a marathon

than a sprint and though frustrating I remain

determined to get them fixed.

In relation to the rates, I believe in keeping

our Council assets and the dividends they

yield, or your rates would climb even higher.

I’ve led in the rebuild of QE2, Donnell,

Wainoni parks, Horseshoe Lake amenities.

I’ve chaired the QE2 Park master plan process

and stood up to the MOE over school zone

changes, gaining a stay of 13 years for the

current zones.

I bring a commercial lens as a director

on Transwaste, in which the Council has a

majority share of the Councils. I donate those

Directors fees to the Mayors Welfare Fund.

I seek your support to continue rebuilding

our ward, including the red zone. A Coast to

Coast competitor, I have the determination to

carry on offering service and experience.

Authorised by J McLellan, 6 Braddon Street, Addington.

Cam Parsonson Standing for Councillor and Community Board - Innes Ward

I ran for council because people keep telling

me that civic resources just aren’t getting

returned to the Innes ward.

I make projects happen, developing projects

in aquaculture, hospitality, retail, construction

and others. I am an entrepreneur, with a

masters in science from Canterbury University.

I also hold an LBP as a licenced builder. I have

also been employed as a mechanic , autoelectrician

and as a food technologist.

I have academic skills that are of value

in delivering good governance in our local

community. As a facilitator, mediator and

project leader I understand how to activate

and rise up community to complete projects

and get results. Over the past two years I’ve

developed an aquaculture business and gained

a ‘transitional facility operator’ license from MPI

which involved navigating complex biosecurity

legislation.

Right now the Innes ward needs leadership

and governance that is focused on returning

more civic assets to our area to enhance the

amenity of our area and protect property values

now and into the future.

People consider me a ‘problem solver’ as I

am often called upon to resolve complex issues

and applying new technology to existing “dumb”

infrastructure is a focus. I am skilled in finding

new uses for old resources.

A vote for me is a vote for practical common

sense on council with a proven can do attitude

and considerable general and scientific

knowledge.

Authorised by C.Parsonson, 123 Joy Street, Christchurch.


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5pm each Wednesday

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 specially-designed

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

Sit and Be Fit

Thursday, 9.30am

Complete a class of exercises

without even leaving your

chair. The cost of the class is

$5.50 and you’ll get a cup of tea

or coffee.

Taiora: QEII Recreation and

Sport 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

A spring craft making event will be held at Parklands Library on Friday from

10.30am until noon. Create a mini bee or ladybird finger puppet using a variety

of material or design a beautiful butterfly.

assist customers who need help

with their CV or resume.

New Brighton Library

Technology Help Drop-in

Sessions

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to 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

mBots

Friday, 10.30-11.30am

Do you like solving puzzles?

Then go and have fun with

friendly little mBots and have a

go at some challenges.

New Brighton Library

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

Make new friends, practice

English and learn about New

Zealand and Christchurch.

Shirley Library

New Brighton Seaside

Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Enjoy a warm and

fun atmosphere beside

the seaside. With live

entertainment, food and free

face-painting.

New Brighton Pedestrian

Mall

Golden Oldies Movie – The

Glass Bottom Boat (G)

Monday, 1.30pm

Doris Day and Rod Taylor

star in this 1966 drama. After a

series of misunderstandings, the

head of an aerospace research

laboratory begins to suspect his

new girlfriend is a Russian spy.

Cost is $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.

Marshland Hall, 430

Marshland Rd

2019 LocaL ELEctions - meet your candidates

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Tasty Bites

Sweet vegan classics from Asia

Try a vegan take on

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Indonesian crumpets

Makes 20

Ingredients

250ml (1 cup) soy or coconut

milk

7g sachet dried active yeast

1 tsp coconut sugar

300g (2 cups) plain flour

2 tsp bicarbonate of soda

1 tsp sea salt

1 tsp vanilla powder

Olive oil or vegan butter, for

greasing

Suggested toppings:

Coconut yoghurt, vegan butter,

pure maple syrup, fresh berries,

shredded basil leaves, dried

edible flowers, hemp seeds, icing

sugar.

Directions

Gently warm the soy or

coconut milk and 250ml (one

cup) of water in a saucepan

over low heat until just warmed

through (don’t warm the liquid

too much or you will kill your

yeast). Pour the liquid into a

bowl and add the dried yeast

and sugar. Set aside in a warm

place for 15min or until the

surface starts to foam. Sift the

flour, bicarbonate of soda, salt

and vanilla into a large bowl.

Add the yeast mixture and stir to

combine. Place a clean damp tea

towel over the mixing bowl and

set aside for 35-40min or until

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Heat the oven to 100 deg C

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Chana masala

Serves 2

Ingredients

2 Tbsp avocado oil

1 onion, diced

400g can whole tomatoes

400g can chickpeas, drained and

rinsed (see tip)

2 tsp coconut sugar

2 Tbsp freshly squeezed lemon

juice, plus lemon wedges to serve

Sea salt

Chopped coriander leaves, to

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Steamed basmati rice or garlic

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Masala curry paste

2-3 long red chillies, roughly

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3 garlic cloves, roughly chopped

2 tsp ground cumin

2-3cm piece of ginger, roughly

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1 tsp ground turmeric

1/2 tsp sea salt

1 tsp black peppercorns

1 tsp garam masala

1 tsp ground coriander

1 tsp brown mustard seeds

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Heat a saucepan over medium

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Sprinkle the chana masala

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naan on the side and lemon

wedges for squeezing over.

Tip: Keep your chickpea liquid

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