Southern View: October 01, 2019



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Road closure ‘unfair’ says

four-wheel-drive enthusiast

• By Matt Slaughter


has a message for people calling

for the closure of tracks in South

Christchurch – ‘‘give us a chance.’’

North Canterbury 4WD Club

member Trevor Taylor says the city

council’s decision to install a gate

blocking off Worsley’s Track to

vehicles without consultation was

not fair and people should have been


But city council transport operations

manager Steffan Thomas said

consultation was not required on this


“The closure of Worsleys Rd was

undertaken through the use of a temporary

traffic management plan. This

closure was notified by pre-warning

signage on-site, as is required for

temporary closures. As this is not a

permanent closure, consultation as

per road stopping process was not


Mr Thomas said Worsley’s Track

will be closed to cars and motorcycles

until late August next year

“due to concerns about fire risk.”

Southern View reported last month

Huntsbury Ave resident David

Drayton wants the city council to

do more to stop four-wheel-drive

vehicles damaging the Bownvale

Reserve track and endangering

walkers and cyclists.

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STALLED: Trevor Taylor says calls from people such as David Drayton (inset) to close four-wheel-drive tracks are unfair on

responsible four-wheel-drive vehicle users.


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Wheelchair user issues at Nga Puna Wai

• By Matt Slaughter

CONCERNS HAVE been raised

about accessibility issues for

wheelchair users at Nga Puna


The city council say it is aware

of these concerns and will put

in place measures to improve


Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board chairwoman Karolin

Potter said wheelchair access at

the venue is not

good enough

and the rest

of the board


Ms Potter

brought to the

David Bailey

board a wheelchair


concerns about

having trouble seeing when they

use the wheelchair seating areas

at the venue to watch sport.

For wheelchair users, Ms Potter

said: “The fence around the field is

at their eyeline or just below it, so

you’re either looking through wire

netting or you’re looking at the

fence post along the top rail.”

Ms Potter who used to work

for the Human Rights Commission

said this is not good


“My experience over the years

is that we fail and fail and fail

again on the issue of disability

access. Nga Puna Wai is brand

new and this made me feel more

angry than I could possibly discuss

with you about this issue.

It’s just outrageous.”

The board has asked city council

staff to investigate accessibility

issues at Nga Puna Wai, including

introducing space for spectators

in wheelchairs to have an unobstructed

view of the sports fields.

Said city council manager of

recreation and sports facilities

David Bailey: “We value the

concerns and have investigated

one complaint about the hockey

wheelchair spectator area not

being accessible. In this instance,

the limited access was due to

temporary fencing incorrectly

closing off the area. The issue was

rectified on the same day.”

Ms Potter said some of the

wheelchair seating at Nga Puna

Wai is separated from the other

spectator areas with little shelter

from the elements.

Said Mr Bailey: “Within the

covered spectator seating for

hockey there are dedicated

spaces at the top of the stand

for people who use wheelchairs.

Fixed seats are below this

viewing platform for other

spectators. The covered seating

provides some protection from


Visibility from

wheelchair areas

at Nga Puna Nai

has been raised

as an issue and

the city council

says it will

take measures

to improve

accessibility at

the venue.

the weather, specifically rain.

The rear and sides of the

stand provide some wind


Ms Potter said accessibility

and inclusiveness at the facility

has to be improved.

“The premise is, is that everything

we do should be just like

an open door, it should be built

for everyone.”

Mr Bailey said the city

council’s current plans to

improve accessibility at Nga

Puna Wai will involve installing

“improved signage directing

wheelchair users to the

accessible viewing stands.”

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Police had Bamford School in

Woolston in lockdown after

a life-threatening incident at

a neighbouring property on

Wednesday. Gould Cres was

cordoned off and the school was

placed in lockdown at about 3pm.

Parents picking their children

up 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.


Mamuku Lane has been chosen

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Huntsbury subdivision. The name

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• By Matt Slaughter

A BUS stop on Lyttelton St

will be shifted to make it more

accessible for buses and people.

The bus stop will move from

its current location beside

145 Lyttelton St just slightly

further along the road beside 2

Hennessy Pl.

When cars occupy parking

spaces around the bus stop,

there is not enough space for

buses to pull into it and stop

parallel to the boarding area.

When these parks are used,

this also limits how accessible it

is for people.

The existing bus stop is also

21m away from the boarding

area, adding to access challenges.

Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board chairwoman Karolin

Potter said moving the bus stop

about 50m down will hopefully

address these issues.

“It really was about the current

bus stop not being legally large

enough for buses to get in and

out of properly and that was

going to cause a problem at

some stage,” she said.

Healthy Heathcote aim of young

YOUNG PEOPLE from schools

and early learning centres are

asked to take action to create a

healthy Heathcote River.

The pilot project is a collaborative

community approach to conservation

education that aims to

connect students along the river.

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manager Kate

Russell said

the project

aims to establish

a blueprint

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for student action

to power

environmental change within

the Heathcote 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 Heathcote River.

“The river suffers from ‘urban

stream syndrome’ and has poor

water quality,” Ms Airey said.

“We are inviting young people

to lead community action to help

create a healthy awa [river].”

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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

working with interested students

and teachers from a handful of

the 100 schools and early learning

centres that are within one

kilometre 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.

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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,

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With the community board terms nearing their end, Spreydon Cashmere Community Board chairwoman Karolin Potter and

board member Helene Mautner reflect on the board’s achievements over the last three years

Supporting community initiatives

WE SUPPORT community

initiatives small and large

including removing the righthand

turn out of Barrington

Mall and rejecting traffic

proposals on Wilsons Rd that

would have facilitated a right

hand turn out of St Martins New

World car park -both for reasons

of safety.

We support cycleways. We

also know our city is comparatively

calm and peaceful in the

school holidays and for this to be

the norm we must make cycling

safe for our children and adults.

We have supported traffic

measures around schools and

they range from simple speed

signs on Tennyson St to more

elaborate measures outside

schools on busy roads such as

West Spreydon, Hoon Hay and

Hillview. We approve bus stops

and changes to parking.

We applaud our residents at

functions such as the Spreydon

Cashmere Service and Youth

Service Awards, Community

Garden Pride Awards and the

Edible Garden Awards. Every

year we recognise the commitment

of hundreds of people in

our wards to their community

in casual ceremonies.

Karolin Potter

We contribute small sums of

money to our communities. The

funds range from the Strengthening

Communities Fund which

contributes to the work being

done in our community by

organisations such as Manuka

Cottage, Rowley Resource Centre,

Sharp Crossover Trust and

Project Esther. Then there is the

Discretionary Fund which contributes

to sports and cultural

organisations and other initiatives

such as volunteer cycle

repair in Spreydon and bus trip

for older people in St Martins.

We support the Pacific Series

a rugby league competition and

we have the Hoon Hay Fiesta

a celebration of culture. We

support a community pantry, a

drinking fountain, a picnic table

and environmental projects such

as Beckenham School putting

signs up on the river asking

people to care about their environment,

We have huge projects

including flood protection

measures. We are involved in

the environmental issues led by

the Opawaho River Network,

The Summit Road Society, the

Cashmere Stream Care Group

and the Port Hills Trust Board.

We have the Give Gear Get

Great project with colourful

bins in our libraries and schools,

to get sports equipment out of

wardrobes and to kids with not

a lot.

We also have the Old Stone

House back up and running, the

Sign of the Takhe open again,

Coronation Hall about to be

repaired and Manuka Cottage

about to be built.

We have a special project for

older people called Age-Friendly

Spreydon Cashmere and that

will, in the coming years develop

ideas that will benefit us all.

Actively solving issues

AT THE LAST Spreydon

Cashmere Community Board

meeting I retired after three

terms on the board.

The Spreydon Cashmere Community

Board has actively and

regularly initiated extensive interactions

and consultations with

the community.

We’ve stood in supermarkets,

and in Barrington Mall, we’ve

met with local school boards of

trustees, we began the first community

board age-friendly initiative

to address needs of older

adults, we’ve held regular open

community workshop evenings

on transport and environmental


We have actively, and without

reservation worked to seek out

information from the community

and listened, listened and listened

some more.

Very often, solving small local

and personal issues have a huge

effect on peoples’ lives and make

living in our ward that much


We had safety handrails installed

on two long unsupported

sets of steps in Purau Reserve so

that a 90-year-old woman could

access buses on Cashmere Rd

after the Dyers Pass bus service

was cut. Then there was the time

Helene Mautner

some residents in Cracroft knew

they were living in the Cracroft

suburb, but the city council’s

website insisted they were living

in Hoon Hay Valley.

We did the research, sent a

request to the council for change

and the name was corrected. We

advocated for and got additional

seats approved to make it easier

for older people to walk long distances

between home and their

closest bus stops.

We organised celebrations

to thank the many volunteers,

community groups and residents’

associations who have provided

us with their special insight and

understanding of the community.


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Villa’s budding business bosses


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knowledge into practice at the

school’s market day.

Year 10 commerce students

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McHerron were challenged to

create a product and a food item

and sell to the college community


“My favourite part was

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“We had to choose products to

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Fellow student Keito Yoshida

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SUPER MUGS: Katie McHerron, Keito Yoshida, Kyra Clarkson

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It’s a popular subject choice for

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Student Ruby Lundy said: “It

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‘One or two idiots ruin it’

•From page 1

Mr Taylor read the article and

told Southern View closing off

tracks like this one and Worsley’s

Track is unfair to responsible

four-wheel-drive users.

Mr Taylor said it is just a few

people ruining it for everyone else

wanting to drive on tracks like


“One or two idiots ruin it for

everyone else. It’s the old story,

let’s punish the good guys, and

it’s just not right.”

He said North Canterbury

4WD Club always encouraged its

members to be responsible when

four-wheel-driving and believed

they should not be punished for

other’s bad behaviour.

“We’re very, very careful with

what we do. We always follow the

tread lightly policy that we have,

that sort of leave only a few tyre





Track will be

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August 5

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marks and nothing else, that’s

very important for us. That’s why

we have these regular meetings

with DOC [the Department of

Conservation] and things like


“I’m just an ordinary fourwheel-driver

who wants us to

keep our access,” he said.

Mr Thomas said there are still

options for people wanting to

go four-wheel-driving but they

should not abuse these privileges.

“There is a variety of

information available online

for local four-wheel-drive

opportunities, including through

the Department of Conservation

and four-wheel-drive clubs. The

council would also encourage

four-wheel-drivers to use all

roads with respect and to

minimise damage that may

inhibit other road users,” he said.


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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


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


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

from October 1 to 31. Your

photos are carefully scanned

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Christchurch City Libraries’

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(Central Library) so everyone

can enjoy them.

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1950s photo

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2019. Check out what’s

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New life

for Sign of

the Takahe

• By Matt Slaughter

THE SIGN of the Takahe has


An official opening event was

held at the historic venue on

Hackthorne Rd. About 400 people

turned up on the day to celebrate.

The more than 100-year-old

building has been closed since the

2011 earthquake.

It was leased off the city council

by Andrew Male and his wife

Kay at the start of the year. They

have installed a new cafe and

bar upstairs and revamped the

interior of the building.

Mr Male said reopening the

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Building model trains to go on show


keen rail modeller, skilfully

creating New Zealand


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


The 26-year-old who

works for an online distributor

is keen on all things


For two years, she has been

building a Di class dieselelectric

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

CHOO CHOO: Anna Thomas will be displaying one of her model train carriages at Big

Model Train Show at Pioneer Recreation & Sport Centre. ​

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


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


•Entry to the Big Model

Train Show is $5 for

children, $10 for adults

and $15 for an adult

weekend pass.

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Open Mon-Fri 9.30am - 5.00pm

Saturday 10.00am - 1.00pm

Take a sneak

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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

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Top young landscaper awarded


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


“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


Mr Trower will now progresses

to the young horticulturist of the

year awards, in which finalists

across six industries battle it out

for top honours.

Goom Landscapes is a highly

• By Matt Slaughter

LANGUAGE students at

Cashmere High School have

achieved high placings in

an international languages


The school’s languages faculty

finished fifth in the world and

second in New Zealand in the

Education Perfect Languages

Championship held between

BIG FUTURE: George Trower

was named landscaper of the

year at the Registered Master

Landscaper Landscapes of

Distinction awards.

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.

August 27 and September 3.

Students from 1644 schools

worldwide took part and 369

of these were from New


In spite of finishing second in

New Zealand, Cashmere High

was presented with the first-place

trophy last week because of a


Over the week, 808 students

within the faculty attempted

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,

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


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


They also said the water feature

was considered to be elegant


more than 1 million languagerelated

questions, earning points

for each one they answered


At the end of the competition,

these students had earned

604,386 points between


Cashmere High School

Japanese teacher and driver

of the school’s effort Linda

Tappenden said 10 students

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


Last week, Smiths City’s

Colombo St store manager,

Kevin Owers presented the

cheque to City 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 city mission

supports about 42 thousand

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.

won elite awards in the

competition for earning 10,000

points or more each.

Mrs Tappenden said

receiving the trophy was a

great achievement and many

of the students who participated

in the competition put in big


“I think it’s just amazing,

the student involvement and

their passion for their language


HELPING: Kevin Owers (left)

presents Matthew Mark with

a cheque to support people

in need. ​

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 city

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.

Language skills earn Cashmere students award

learning and the fact that their

prepared to put in so much

effort during that world champs


She said Cashmere High had

put in very strong performances

in the competition in the past,

which made the most recent

result even sweeter.

“This is the fourth time we’ve

won the cup, last year we were

first in New Zealand.”


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Woolston boxers 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.


Sutherland (left) and

Hamuera Tainui are aiming to

add to their trophy cabinet at

the nationals in Hastings this



“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


Tainui won a

national title last year

in the 63kg cadet class

and will be looking

for another win this


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


“This is the pinnacle

tournament of the year so they’’ll

all be giving it everything.


Mark Fuller

“Byron Antal is a good lad, it’ll

be a big step up and he’s keen to


Weigh-ins are due to

take 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


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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,

affirmations, applications for

citizenship and rates rebates.

South, Linwood and Te Hapua:

Halswell Centre libraries

Technology Help Drop-in


Today, 10.30-11.30am, at

Spreydon, 2-3pm, at Halswell,

and tomorrow, 11am-noon, at


These free drop-in sessions are

available to help you with specific

issues, such as using email,

searching the internet, library

catalogue or electronic resources

and any other general computerrelated

queries. Go along with

your laptop, tablet, smartphone

or use one of the library’s desktop

computers if you need help.

Te Hapua: Halswell Centre and

Spreydon Library

Citizens Advice Bureau

Today, 11am-2pm

The Citizens Advice Bureau

provides free and confidential

advice. It takes the time to listen

to you and equip you with information,

options and support.

Linwood Library


Today at the South Library,

3.30-4.30pm, and Monday, 3.30-

4pm, at the Spreydon Library

Drop-in for fun activities

every week at the Makerspace.

There will be a variety of activities

for all ages. Free.

South and Spreydon libraries

Mainly Music

Wednesday, 10-11.30am and


Go along for some fun and

learning with music for mums

with children aged up to five.

The first visit is free and $4 per

family after this. Morning tea


St Johns Anglican Church,

corner of St Johns St and Ferry

Rd, Woolston and St Martin’s

Anglican Church ($3) 50 Lincoln


South Library Book Discussion


Wednesday, 7.15-8.15pm

This group is for people who

love reading and want to share

in discussion with other booklovers.

This group is free.

South Library

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10.30am-1pm, at

Linwood, Thursday, 1-3pm, at

Halswell, and 1.30-3.30pm, at

Bees and ladybirds will be held at Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre on Thursday from 10.30 until

11.30am. Go and create a mini bee and ladybird finger puppet using a variety of materials. Be as

creative as you want to be. ​

South Library, Saturday, 1-3pm,

at Halswell

Head along for a craft corner

session. Take your knitting, crochet

or other craft projects. Free

and beginners are welcome.

Linwood, Halswell and South


Friendships and Chats

Thursday, 10am-12.30pm

Join in the fun with a decent

cuppa at the Cashmere New

Life Church. There will be homemade

scones served on Royal

Albert and fine china. Take a

friend. $3 donation.

St Saviour’s Anglican Church –

Parish of South Christchurch, 200

Colombo St, Sydenham

Creative Writing on Sundays

Sunday, 1-3pm

Group leaders work with

members to craft, create and

develop their own work. Take

along your pens, paper and


Linwood Library

Linwood Library Book Club

Monday, 10.45am-noon

Go along to this relaxed

and friendly group and talk

about books – fiction or nonfiction.

Linwood Library

Scrabble Club

Wednesday, 1.30-3.30pm, at

Halswell, and Friday, 10.30am-

12.30pm, at Linwood

No obligation to go, just head

along and join in the friendly


Te Hapua: Halswell

Centre and Linwood


Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Go and join in a game

of rummikub, a tile-based

game for two to four players,

which combines elements of

the card game rummy and


Linwood Library

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along and play Minecraft,

charades, Connect Four,

Pictionary and more. Take

your friends or meet some new

ones. All children aged eight

to 13 welcome, no bookings or

payment needed.

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2019 LocaL ELEcTionS - meet your candidates

Tim Scandrett Independent City Councillor - Standing for re-election

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Thank you for supporting me for the past

six years as your independent City Councillor.

Independent means I work for you, not a

political party.

Christchurch and our community have

taken a lot of hits in the last few years. We are

making great progress but there is still a lot

more to do.

The next three years are very important as

we continue to work to make Christchurch

a vibrant, inclusive and sustainable city. We

need to rejuvenate our community and adapt

to climate change in an environmentally,

financially and socially sustainable way.

By working together we can achieve this and

much more.

I am a proven City Councillor who knows

how to get the job done. I will remain your

independent advocate, working with you

to keep our community voice at the core of

Council decision making.

I will continue to meet you at my monthly

clinics to understand the issues important

to you. I will energetically represent our

community and work hard for local concerns

Vote for me and I will continue to fight for

chlorine-free drinking water protected at its

source, for preservation and regeneration

of the Heathcote River and Port Hills, for

improved community facilities and better traffic


We need to keep your rates down,

strengthen our community, and protect your

future and your children’s futures

Your support will ensure I remain your

independent City Councillor.

Please re-elect Tim Scandrett 027 693 5155

Authorised by Tim Scandrett, 117 Dyers Pass Road, Christchurch.

Darrell Latham Standing for Councillor and Community Board - Heathcote Ward

As an elected representative I have a proven

track record advocating and gaining results for

residents. I do ask the hard questions and I do

seek accountability from the Council on your


This is a defining election and ratepayers are

losing faith with the council. Areas of concern


• Rates that are projected to rise by more

than 52% by 2028. Over the last three years,

average rate rises have hit 5.25%. This is


• The Council needs to review income and

expenditure and how it manages assets to

avoid soaring debt.

• Ratepayers want transparency and

accountability without resorting to Official

Information Act procedures. The Council has

been branded as ‘’the most secretive in the

country.’’ A change of culture is required.

• Eight years on from the quakes we still

have endless roadworks, questionable sewage

systems and water that is compromised.

• Water supply, waste water, storm water and

water infrastructure are critically important. Our

waterways and coastal water form a major part

of the landscape and lives of the community.

• Central City residential developments

are creating masses of on street car parking.

These developments require off street parking


• A smart city is an accessible city. The

Council must listen to business people

and road users and create a user friendly

accessible city.

• We need individual and collective action

to minimise climate change. Mitigation and

adaptive management strategies must be part

of that discussion.

I am decisive, determined and dependable

and I will represent all Heathcote residents with


Authorised by Dr Darrell Latham, 53 Colenso Street, Sumner, Christchurch 8081.

Lee Sampson Standing for Councillor and Community Board - Cashmere Ward

I’m standing to ensure Christchurch realises

it’s potential as one of the most liveable,

vibrant, sustainable cities in the world for all our


I have a strong track record of getting things

done - and can tackle our cities biggest issues

in a logical and positive manner. I’ll ensure we

get the priorities right moving forward and with

increased transparency and financial nous for

all our ratepayers.

I’ve spent 20+ years managing large public

and private sector projects and I’m confident

that by making sounder decisions and getting

the basics right, we can deliver more for our

respective communities and within our financial


I’ll be fighting to:

• Protect our precious water resources

(removing chlorine as soon as its safe to do so)

• Get our basic services right

• Keep rates affordable and prioritise


• Support Port Hills conservation alongside the

ecological restoration of our urban rivers

• Reduce public transport gaps (such as)

Somerfield Street, Birdwood Ave, Bowenvale

Ave and Dyers Pass Road

• Secure regional investment through central


I have broad volunteer experience as a

Rotarian, youth mentor and representative on

the Summit Road Society.

During the rebuild I delivered new Social

Housing and reduced the associated costs by

up-to 50% through adopting waste reduction

and lean principles - this enabled more warm

and sustainable homes to be built for our most

vulnerable residents.

I’m motivated, approachable and always have

an open door. Call on 021 772 929 or email if you have

any local issues or concerns.



Authorised by Lee Sampson 28 Valley Road, Cashmere, Christchurch.

Peter Gatonyi Standing for Councillor and Community Board - Spreydon Ward



These are my priorities if I have the honour

of becoming the next city Councillor for


Roading: Taking 20 years to get our roads

back to pre quake condition is unacceptable.

This must be the councils number one priority

Rate rises: I think rates are getting to high and

not enough attention is being paid to spending.

If the forecasted rises go ahead it will cause

real hardship.

Chlorine: I think the council acted on bad

information when they put chlorine in our

perfectly good drinking water. The sooner it’s

out the better.

Parking: I would like to see more parking in the

inner city. Especially the free/cheap kind. I will

fight for hospital parking from day one.

Please contact me anytime: or 022 639 6727.

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Authorised by Pete Gatonyi, 228 Milton Street, 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


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.

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

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2019 LocAL ELEcTions - meet your candidates

Peter Ballantyne Standing for Canterbury District Health Board

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Peter has considerable experience in the

health sector having served as Deputy Chair of

the Canterbury District Health Board and Chair

of the West Coast District Health Board.

Peter believes the health board has worked

tirelessly to meet the needs of Cantabrians,

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.

There is also need to remove the capital

charge, and progress the rate of our facility

rebuilds to ensure our people receive timely

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

maintain high standards of service.

Peter was previously a partner in the

international consulting firm Deloitte. He

currently serves on the CDHB Quality, Finance,

Audit, and Risk Committee and on the

University of Canterbury Council.

A life long Cantabrian, Peter is a greatgrandson

of John Ballantyne, founder of

Ballantynes Department Store. Peter’s wife

Claire worked as a registered nurse with

the CDHB and his daughter is a Consultant

Geriatrician. With two sons, an engineer and a

film director, Peter’s leisure time is spent with

family, grandchildren and sailing.

If you wish to contact Peter you can email him


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


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

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

Alexandra Davids Standing for Canterbury District Health Board

I am fully committed to giving all members

of our communities the strong, positive

representation they deserve.

I have been an elected member since 2013.

In this time, I have held a variety of positions,

including my daily work with Women’s Refuge

at the Battered Women’s Trust which has

given me an insight into the daily struggles

going on behind closed doors, Chair of

Keep New Zealand Beautiful, Chair of Keep

Christchurch Beautiful, Elected Member of the

Local Government Young Elected Members

Board, Local Government Elected Member

of the national Community Board Executive

Committee, Trustee of the Graeme Dingle

Foundation, Chair of Whitau School.

These experiences have given me the

opportunity to continue to develop the

leadership and mediation skills we need

around the table within the CDHB for us to

make positive steps forward for the entire

Canterbury region.

I am a proactive, results-focussed candidate

with the enthusiasm and energy needed to

effect positive change.

As your elected representative I aim to

strongly advocate for a parking solution for

Christchurch Hospital, future focussed decision

marking and more resourcing for our aging

population, more support for mental health and

chlorine free water.


Authorised by David Blenkiron 4 Limes Avenue, Parklands, Christchurch.

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Kia ora, hello Banks Peninsula, Port Hills

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Te mana o te wai - top respect for water -

guides local government: when water

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Hello there, I am Darryll Park, a proud

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our city of Christchurch.

I have lived and worked in and around

Christchurch all of my life.

In the past I was the CEO of Christchurch

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member of Civil Aviation Authority & Aviation

Security Services, two government agencies and

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until 1998.

Nowadays I am the co-owner of Oxford

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hospitality, Chair of Mondo Travel Group, and a

Director of the Canterbury Rugby Union and the


What I’m standing for

I am standing as a Mayoralty candidate for

Christchurch in the upcoming elections. I am

campaigning to ‘Move Christchurch Forward’,

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approach and better ways to move us forward.

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communities. I will be revealing our policies over

the coming weeks.

There is much to be done, and if elected, I will

stand aside from my current business interests

and governance roles to ensure my focus on this

city is absolute.

Thank you for your interest, and if you want to

help move Christchurch forward, I look forward

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250ml (1 cup) soy or coconut


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


Suggested toppings:

Coconut yoghurt, vegan butter,

pure maple syrup, fresh berries,

shredded basil leaves, dried

edible flowers, hemp seeds, icing



Gently warm the soy or

coconut milk and 250ml (one

cup) of water in a saucepan

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through (don’t warm the liquid

too much or you will kill your

yeast). Pour the liquid into a

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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

the mixture is risen and bubbly.

Heat the oven to 100 deg C

fan-forced. Lightly grease a large

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few egg rings and place them in

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Stir the mixture again – it

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Spoon two to three

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rings, transfer the crumpets

to a heatproof plate and keep

warm in the oven. Repeat with

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your favourite toppings.

Any leftover crumpets will

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Chana masala

Serves 2


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


Steamed basmati rice or garlic

Naan to serve

Masala curry paste

2-3 long red chillies, roughly


3 garlic cloves, roughly chopped

2 tsp ground cumin

2-3cm piece of ginger, roughly


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


Using a large mortar and

pestle, pound the masala curry

paste ingredients for about

10min or until you have a

smooth paste (alternatively,

you can use a small food


Heat a saucepan over medium

heat, add the oil and curry paste

and saute for 30sec.

Add the onion and saute for

2min, then stir through the

tomatoes and chickpeas.

Reduce the heat to low and

simmer for 30min or until

reduced to a thick curry.

Remove the pan from the heat,

stir through the sugar and lemon

juice, then taste and add a little

salt, if necessary.

Sprinkle the chana masala

with coriander and serve with

steamed basmati rice or garlic

naan on the side and lemon

wedges for squeezing over.

Tip: Keep your chickpea liquid

(aquafaba) to make sriracha

mayo or caesar dressing.

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Home 329 9344. Cell

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