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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER <strong>19</strong>, 20<strong>19</strong><br />

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Hon Poto WILLIAMS<br />

MP for Christchurch East<br />

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P 03 382 0288<br />

E poto.williams.mp@parliament.govt.nz<br />

Another meeting<br />

planned over<br />

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Page 3 Page 7<br />

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Destiny meets the animals at Canty’s big show<br />

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN<br />

Destiny Paintin, of Whitau School (Linwood North School), was one of many pupils from across Canterbury to<br />

spend a day at the New Zealand Agricultural Show on Thursday. They got a chance to play with animals of all types<br />

and check out the show’s attractions. •More photos, page 4<br />

Lack of<br />

funding<br />

forces<br />

childhood<br />

centre to<br />

cut lunches<br />

• By Matt Slaughter<br />

A LOW DECILE Woolston early<br />

childhood centre is set to stop<br />

providing lunches to its children<br />

due to what it says is insufficient<br />

Government funding.<br />

The Ministry of Education has<br />

offered Kimihia<br />

Early Learning<br />

Centre an<br />

$81,000 funding<br />

increase but<br />

its manager<br />

Radhika<br />

Chakrabarti<br />

said it will still<br />

not be enough<br />

to provide the<br />

Radhika<br />

Chakrabarti<br />

lunches next year and cover its<br />

operating costs.<br />

Said Ministry of Education<br />

deputy secretary of sector<br />

enablement and support Katrina<br />

Casey: “We have recently<br />

approved increased funding for<br />

Kimihia Early Learning Centre,<br />

which is due to take effect from<br />

<strong>November</strong>. We are currently<br />

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Tuesday <strong>November</strong> <strong>19</strong> 20<strong>19</strong> 3<br />

News<br />

Second meeting planned over bus speeds<br />

Bromley residents<br />

put concerns to<br />

decision-makers<br />

• By Matt Slaughter<br />

A SECOND meeting is set to<br />

take place in a bid to address<br />

speeding buses and other traffic<br />

issues in Bromley.<br />

<strong>Pegasus</strong> <strong>Post</strong> reported last<br />

week on buses speeding through<br />

Bromley, which have been seen<br />

reaching about 60km/h in<br />

50km/h zones. Keighleys Rd<br />

resident and Bromley School<br />

teacher Cathy Baker said the<br />

buses are putting school pupils<br />

in danger.<br />

They are also shaking houses<br />

on streets such as Ruru Rd and<br />

Hay St near the bus depot on<br />

Maces Rd.<br />

The first meeting was held<br />

last week and attended by about<br />

30 people who discussed their<br />

concerns and questioned city<br />

council staff and Linwood-<br />

Central-Heathcote Community<br />

Board members.<br />

Environment Canterbury<br />

councillor Nicole Marshall<br />

was also at the meeting, as the<br />

regional council manages the<br />

Metro bus service.<br />

Ruru Rd resident Doreen<br />

Hughes raised her concerns and<br />

solutions at the meeting.<br />

ISSUES RAISED: A follow-up meeting will be held after<br />

residents raised their concerns with decision-makers about<br />

bus and traffic issues near the Maces Rd bus depot in<br />

Bromley.<br />

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN<br />

“I’d like them [buses and<br />

other heavy vehicles] to use<br />

the main road down Dyers Rd<br />

where there isn’t much housing,<br />

it’s nearly all industrial, and<br />

you can get onto Linwood Ave<br />

there,” she said.<br />

“I’d like to see them divert<br />

some of the traffic or slow the<br />

traffic down, calm the traffic<br />

down somehow.<br />

“It’s just awful living here.”<br />

Mrs Hughes hopes decisionmakers<br />

at the next meeting<br />

will start to act on some of the<br />

suggested solutions.<br />

Said city council transport<br />

operations manager Steffan<br />

Thomas: “Residents raised<br />

concerns about heavy traffic<br />

using residential roads within<br />

the Bromley catchment, causing<br />

vibrations and loud noises on<br />

streets, especially late at night,<br />

speed of vehicles on long/uneven<br />

roads, safety for children and<br />

‘I’d like to see them divert<br />

some of the traffic or slow<br />

the traffic down, calm the<br />

traffic down somehow. It’s<br />

just awful living here’<br />

– Doreen Hughes<br />

nearby residents.<br />

“Staff discussed how these<br />

concerns could be mitigated<br />

and that putting in place<br />

road calming mechanisms<br />

(physical and visual) to change<br />

the appearance of the road,<br />

influencing enforcement to<br />

monitor speeds, speed cameras<br />

and ways to encourage traffic to<br />

use different routes were options<br />

that could be considered.<br />

“The community board will<br />

discuss further to see what<br />

they can advocate for, such as<br />

to bring forward road fixtures,<br />

talking with NZ police and<br />

other relevant agencies,” he said.<br />

Ms Marshall said she would<br />

have a conversation with ECan<br />

staff about the concerns raised<br />

at the meeting and see what<br />

assistance she could provide.<br />

Linwood Ward councillor<br />

Yani Johanson said city council<br />

staff will now gather the<br />

information needed to fully<br />

answer residents’ questions.<br />

A date will then be set for the<br />

next meeting.<br />

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ON-RAMP TO RE-OPEN<br />

The Chaneys on-ramp is<br />

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also set to re-open by Monday.<br />

There have been delays the<br />

completion of this work due to<br />

broken machinery. The Chaneys<br />

on-ramp will close permanently<br />

when the Christchurch Northern<br />

Corridor opens next year.<br />

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traffic lights, which go green<br />

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Tuesday <strong>November</strong> <strong>19</strong> 20<strong>19</strong><br />

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‘Families are going to struggle’<br />

•From page 1<br />

“[The] Government currently<br />

spends over $1.8 billion on early<br />

childhood education through<br />

education subsidies,” Ms Casey<br />

said.<br />

Mrs Chakrabarti said the<br />

centre has to either save about<br />

$40,000 it costs a year for the<br />

lunches or make cuts to its<br />

teaching resources.<br />

“I did not want to compromise<br />

on our teaching and learning for<br />

the children because they are the<br />

future of this country.”<br />

The cost of running the centre<br />

has increased, so it would need<br />

a bigger funding boost than the<br />

one offered, Mrs Chakrabarti<br />

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Tuesday <strong>November</strong> <strong>19</strong> 20<strong>19</strong> 5<br />

Bid to form red zone group<br />

PEOPLE WITH an interest in<br />

the future of the city’s red zones<br />

have been invited to join a new<br />

advisory group.<br />

The goal of the group is<br />

to help create activity and<br />

vibrancy in the red zone areas,<br />

including the Port Hills, the<br />

Ōtakaro Avon River Corridor,<br />

Brooklands and Southshore,<br />

ahead of longer-term regeneration.<br />

Those selected will become<br />

community representatives<br />

on a Red Zones Transformative<br />

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recommendations and giving<br />

advice on possible initiatives,<br />

ideas, and activities to help temporarily<br />

transform the city’s red<br />

zone land.<br />

The group will also make<br />

decisions on funding for some<br />

transitional opportunities,<br />

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projects that last up to five<br />

years.<br />

The projects will aim to<br />

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the environment and address<br />

sustainability or ecological<br />

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The city council is looking for<br />

five community representatives,<br />

including a youth member and<br />

three Ōtakaro Avon River Corridor<br />

representatives, for the<br />

group.<br />

EMPTY: A new advisory group will aim to create activity and<br />

vibrancy in red zone areas across Christchurch, including on<br />

the Port Hills. ​<br />

“We’re on the hunt for<br />

people who want to be part of<br />

decision-making on initiatives<br />

and activities that will make a<br />

real difference to our city, said<br />

city council head of urban regeneration,<br />

design and heritage<br />

Carolyn Ingles.<br />

“If you’re someone who wants<br />

to help transform the red zones<br />

and you’re excited about representing<br />

your community, then<br />

we really want to hear from<br />

you.”<br />

The Red Zones Transformative<br />

Land Use Group is a result<br />

of the Global Settlement Agreement,<br />

which set out how the<br />

Crown and city council would<br />

work together on transitional<br />

land-use arrangements for the<br />

red zones.<br />

It also requires the city council<br />

and Crown to set up a group<br />

to provide community input to<br />

Land Information New Zealand<br />

and the city council on applications<br />

for land use that last for<br />

less than five years.<br />

A co-governance group will<br />

be established once ownership<br />

of all or most of the red-zoned<br />

land has been transferred to the<br />

city council.<br />

Drop-in information sessions<br />

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Land Use Group will<br />

be held at various locations<br />

across the city.<br />

Applications for a position on<br />

the group opened on <strong>November</strong><br />

11 and close on January 31.<br />

They can be completed online<br />

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Information session times:<br />

• Port Hills: Lyttelton community<br />

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St, Beckenham, <strong>November</strong> 28,<br />

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New Brighton, December 4,<br />

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People over five-years-old have<br />

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News<br />

Arborists bring Daisy back to earth<br />

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding<br />

A TEAM of professional<br />

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in a spectacular rescue last week.<br />

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after she got stuck up a 15m tree<br />

on Huntsbury Hill.<br />

The drama unfolded after a<br />

dog startled the cat, causing it to<br />

run up the nearest tree.<br />

SPCA Christchurch was<br />

then alerted and reached out<br />

to Tree-tech to help rescue<br />

Daisy.<br />

The SPCA first called the Fire<br />

Service but it did not have the<br />

gear to attempt the rescue.<br />

“Because the tree was down<br />

a steep track, there was no way<br />

any vehicles could get near it,<br />

which made it more challenging,”<br />

an SPCA spokeswoman<br />

said.<br />

The cat was stuck up the<br />

tree for 24 hours before being<br />

rescued.<br />

To complete the job, Treetech<br />

aborist Nathan Shaw had to<br />

climb the tree and descend onto<br />

the limb where the cat was from<br />

above.<br />

He then approached the cat<br />

cautiously and gently lifted it<br />

into his empty rope bag.<br />

The rope bag was secured at<br />

the top and then gently lowered<br />

using climbing equipment.<br />

SAFE: Nathan<br />

Walsh and<br />

Daisy back on<br />

the ground.<br />

Once on the ground, the<br />

SPCA crew transferred Daisy<br />

to a cage. Treetech managing<br />

director Chris Walsh said it has<br />

carried out similar cat rescues in<br />

the past.<br />

“We have even rescued an<br />

entangled magpie out of a tree<br />

when asked to by the Fire Service.<br />

When we are approached<br />

by the likes of the SPCA or Fire<br />

Service to provide specialist tree<br />

services, we are happy to contribute<br />

our time and expertise,”<br />

Mr Walsh said.<br />

The SPCA returned the<br />

microchipped Daisy to her<br />

owner.<br />

Bromley School pupils<br />

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first time more than half of the<br />

32 year 3 pupils had been on a<br />

farm.<br />

Ferrymead Rotary organised<br />

and funded the visit. Member<br />

Dion Crooks said many of the<br />

pupils suggested they wanted to<br />

be farmers after it.<br />

A farmer showed off a twohour-old<br />

merino lamb and its<br />

mother and about 12 orphan<br />

lambs, which were fed by the<br />

pupils.<br />

The farmer told the children<br />

the story of sheep-farming and<br />

gave a demonstration of the cunning<br />

and skills of five sheepdogs.<br />

The children then had the opportunity<br />

to go horse riding and<br />

for many, it was their first time<br />

up-close with the animals.<br />

Pupils were also taken on a<br />

trip up a hill in a trailer towed by<br />

a farm bike and they then played<br />

on the hillside.<br />

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Fewer dog<br />

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being made<br />

• By Louis Day<br />

ALMOST 9000 dog-related<br />

complaints were made in the space<br />

of a year by Christchurch residents.<br />

From June 2018 to June this year,<br />

8355 complaints were made to the<br />

city council about dogs barking<br />

and roaming. This was a decrease<br />

on the 9633 complaints made between<br />

June 2017 and June last year.<br />

The city council also investigated<br />

a further 575 “priority one complaints”<br />

relating to dog attacks.<br />

In this period, 1609 infringement<br />

notices were also issued, ranging<br />

from $100 to $750.<br />

The owners of the dogs involved<br />

in attacks can be prosecuted<br />

and, depending on the offence,<br />

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One dog owner was convicted<br />

over the one-year period and<br />

disqualified from owning dogs for<br />

four years. Nine owners were put<br />

on probation.<br />

Four dogs were classified as<br />

dangerous which brings the total<br />

number of dogs on the dangerous<br />

dog register to 55.<br />

The number of registered dogs<br />

in Christchurch has increased<br />

from 38,500 in 2017/18 to 39,127 in<br />

2018/<strong>19</strong>.<br />

Eco-friendly transport use on the rise<br />

PEOPLE ARE using their cars less<br />

and walking, biking or scooting<br />

more, a survey has found.<br />

The life in Christchurch<br />

transport survey findings show<br />

while travel by car is still the<br />

most popular mode of transport<br />

in the city, there has been an<br />

increase in the use of alternative<br />

ways to get around.<br />

The survey questioned about<br />

3500 Christchurch residents<br />

about their travel habits and the<br />

city’s transport network.<br />

Said city council monitoring<br />

and research team leader Kath<br />

Jamieson: “The proportion of<br />

people who say they are using<br />

their car less now compared to<br />

12 months ago is 27 per cent –<br />

up from <strong>19</strong> per cent in 2018.”<br />

More than 40 per cent of<br />

respondents said they cycle more<br />

often now than they did a year<br />

ago while 21 per cent say they<br />

walk more often.<br />

Ms Jamieson said the arrival<br />

of electric scooters in Christchurch<br />

has also impacted the way<br />

people move around the city.<br />

“Nineteen per cent of<br />

survey participants reported<br />

that they have used a rental e-<br />

scooter more than once a month<br />

in the past 12 months, while<br />

two per cent of those surveyed<br />

said they own their own e-scooter<br />

so it has become a popular<br />

alternative form of transport,’’<br />

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cycle, walk and scooter around the city. ​<br />

Ms Jamieson said.<br />

The number of people using<br />

public transport has risen from<br />

29 per cent in 2018, to 32 per<br />

cent this year.<br />

Ms Jamieson said the survey<br />

showed the condition of roads<br />

and footpaths are continuing to<br />

trouble people.<br />

“Fifty-one per cent of the people<br />

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the condition of Christchurch’s<br />

roads. Ongoing patch repairs to<br />

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News<br />

Dux awards run in the family<br />

• By Louis Day<br />

FEW PARENTS are lucky<br />

enough to see one of their<br />

children named dux – but<br />

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Recently their youngest child<br />

Rebecca was crowned Marian<br />

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After watching her three<br />

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“I did not want to be the only<br />

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“I just wanted to be like them<br />

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Rebecca credits part of the<br />

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She said having two teachers as<br />

parents also helped.<br />

“Ever since we were little, we<br />

saw mum and dad working hard<br />

and with both parents being<br />

teachers, that love for learning<br />

ACHIEVERS: (From left to right) – Elizabeth, Rebecca, Hannah and Matthew Everingham were all<br />

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really rubbed off on us.”<br />

Her mother works at Avonside<br />

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Mrs Everingham said “it was<br />

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1 tsp baking powder<br />

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400g neutral-tasting oil such as<br />

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210g softened (to room<br />

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Separate the eggs (six in total).<br />

Put the whole eggs and yolks<br />

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metal bowl.<br />

You will be left with two<br />

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Add a pinch of salt to the egg<br />

whites and, with an electric<br />

beater, whisk until they form<br />

stiff white peaks (the salt helps to<br />

stabilise them). Set aside.<br />

In a large bowl, beat the<br />

sugar and oil on high for 2min.<br />

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Add the whole eggs and egg<br />

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Use a rubber spatula to mix the<br />

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the creamed oil and eggs.<br />

Sift the flour, baking powder<br />

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mix, and delicately fold through.<br />

Fold one-third of the whipped<br />

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cake batter.<br />

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Bake in the<br />

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After baking,<br />

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If you are<br />

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overnight before<br />

icing – this is a<br />

good idea – wrap<br />

the rounds in cling<br />

film once cooled and removed<br />

from moulds.<br />

Assembly and decoration<br />

Make sure all ingredients are at<br />

room temperature, and also clear<br />

a shelf in your fridge that a large<br />

chopping board will fit on.<br />

In a large bowl, beat the<br />

cream cheese on high for about<br />

4min, until it takes on a silky<br />

consistency. Beat in the butter.<br />

Add the icing sugar and honey,<br />

and reduce the beater to a lower<br />

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speed until they are fully mixed<br />

through. Then your icing is<br />

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If the cake rose into a dome<br />

shape while baking, remove the<br />

rounded top with a bread knife<br />

to make sure both rounds are<br />

level.<br />

Place one cake round on a<br />

large chopping board, and spread<br />

a 1cm thick layer of icing on top<br />

of it. Stack the other round on<br />

it, making sure the two are well<br />

aligned. Don’t worry if some of<br />

the filling comes out the sides.<br />

Use an offset spatula to spread<br />

a thin layer of icing over the top<br />

and sides of the assembled cake.<br />

It doesn’t matter if you can see<br />

the cake through this layer. Once<br />

it is covered, place the cake in the<br />

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SHIFT gears into a new career in tech<br />

Tech is big and getting bigger. The technology sector boomed<br />

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Tuesday <strong>November</strong> <strong>19</strong> 20<strong>19</strong><br />

Senior Net New Brighton<br />

Tuesday, Wednesday and<br />

Thursday, 10am-noon (by<br />

appointment)<br />

This group offers assistance<br />

to mature people with modern<br />

technology, including computers,<br />

tablets, smartphones, email,<br />

Facebook, Skype, Word,<br />

cellphones and the internet.<br />

Phone 382 6048 for more<br />

information.<br />

202 Marine Pde (next to the<br />

New Brighton Club)<br />

JP Clinic at Shirley Library<br />

Tuesday, 10am-1pm<br />

A justice of the peace will be<br />

available to members of<br />

the community to witness<br />

signatures and documents,<br />

certify document copies, hear<br />

oaths, declarations, affidavits or<br />

affirmations and sign citizenship,<br />

sponsorship or rates rebates<br />

applications. No charge.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

SAYGo Steady As You Go<br />

Falls Prevention Exercise Class<br />

Tuesday, 10am<br />

This is a specially-designed<br />

class to help you avoid a fall.<br />

There is a $2 koha entry but<br />

no booking fee. Those interested<br />

are invited to turn up on the<br />

day and see what it can do for<br />

them.<br />

Parklands Community Centre<br />

Scrabble Club<br />

Tuesday 1-2.45pm at Parklands<br />

Library, Wednesday 1.30-3.30pm<br />

at Shirley Library<br />

Go along to the Scrabble Club.<br />

No obligation, just go along<br />

when you can and join the<br />

friendly group. All materials are<br />

supplied. No fee.<br />

Shirley and Parklands libraries,<br />

as above.<br />

Creative Christmas Card<br />

Workshop for Adults<br />

Wednesday, 1-2.30pm<br />

Go along for a Christmas card<br />

making workshop and create<br />

your own personal greeting<br />

cards to give to friends and<br />

family during the festive season.<br />

For people 15-years-old and over.<br />

Bookings required.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

Rocket Club<br />

Wednesday, 3.30-<br />

4.30pm<br />

Go along and take part in<br />

different activities based on<br />

local and current events in<br />

a learning environment.<br />

Homework help is available<br />

during this time. Free and no<br />

bookings required.<br />

Aranui Library<br />

Sit and Be Fit<br />

Thursday, 9.30am<br />

Complete a class of exercises<br />

without even leaving your<br />

chair. The cost of the class is<br />

$5.50 and you’ll get a cup of tea<br />

or coffee.<br />

Taiora: QE II Recreation and<br />

Sport Centre<br />

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Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by<br />

5pm each Wednesday<br />

A Lion in the Meadow<br />

Storytimes<br />

Thursday, 10-11am<br />

Go along and celebrate the<br />

50th anniversary of Margaret<br />

Mahy’s A Lion in the Meadow.<br />

Go and create an imaginary<br />

meadow of felt flowers and<br />

grasses. Share in an interactive<br />

session - including a giant copy<br />

of the book, songs, rhymes and<br />

play. Make your own lion tail<br />

and ears. Free, no bookings<br />

required.<br />

Linwood Library<br />

Rummikub Club<br />

Thursday, 10am-12pm<br />

Go along and join in a game<br />

of Rummikub, a tile-based game<br />

for two to four players, which<br />

combines elements of the card<br />

games rummy and mahjong.<br />

This is a free event.<br />

Linwood Library<br />

Cards Club<br />

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm<br />

This weekly club is held<br />

every Friday, just go along and<br />

join the fun. Free, no bookings<br />

required.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

Culture Exchange<br />

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm<br />

Make new friends, practice<br />

english and learn about New<br />

The work of Donald Gibson will be displayed at New Brighton<br />

Library all week from open until close. Gibson is a multimedia<br />

artist who is deaf/blind and creates entirely through touch.<br />

He works with a variety of mediums including plaster, clay,<br />

jewellery and wirework.<br />

Zealand and Christchurch.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

New Brighton Seaside<br />

Market<br />

Saturday, 10am-2pm<br />

Enjoy a warm and fun<br />

atmosphere beside the seaside.<br />

With live entertainment, food<br />

and free face-painting.<br />

New Brighton Pedestrian<br />

Mall<br />

A different kind of Sunday<br />

Sunday, 10am<br />

Go along to St Luke’s<br />

Anglican Church for an<br />

informal hour of music, stories<br />

and themes celebrating the spirit<br />

of love that shines through St<br />

Luke’s gospel. Morning tea to<br />

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St Luke’s Anglican Church, 212<br />

Pine Ave, South Brighton<br />

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Storytimes<br />

Saturday, 11-11.45am<br />

Encourage learning<br />

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play. Free.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

Golden Oldies Movie –<br />

Fiddlers Three (PG)<br />

Monday, 1.30pm<br />

Tommy Trinder and<br />

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Tuesday <strong>November</strong> <strong>19</strong> 20<strong>19</strong> 17<br />

REAL ESTATE<br />

Anything but ordinary - As is, where is<br />

84 Glenstrae Road, Redcliffs<br />

Auction: 5 Dec. unless sold prior<br />

3 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 4 toilets<br />

3 living rooms | study | gym<br />

4 car-garage | Listing SM0277<br />

Brimming with personality and enjoying<br />

extensive views out over the ocean,<br />

this exceptionally spacious residence<br />

was designed by Wayne Seebeck and<br />

is uniquely appealing. This property is<br />

currently insured, deemed repairable but<br />

is being sold on an ‘as-is, where-is’ basis,<br />

with highly motivated sellers.<br />

Lashings of colour give the home<br />

an endearing edge, and the selection<br />

of sizeable windows maximise the<br />

magnificent ocean views which are offered<br />

in this hillside setting.<br />

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proportioned for families and includes<br />

3 bedrooms, a study, 2 bathrooms, 4<br />

toilets, 3 separate living zones, a gym/<br />

wine cellar/storeroom on the ground floor<br />

and oversized 4 car garaging. There’s easy<br />

drive-on access with plenty of off-street<br />

parking and turning space.<br />

A modern kitchen has granite benchtops<br />

and is centrally positioned within the open<br />

plan area which accommodates dining and<br />

unwinding, while adjoining a media room.<br />

Both rooms feature bi-fold doors that flow<br />

outdoors for ease of entertaining.<br />

An expansive formal dining room<br />

provides further living options as it<br />

incorporates a sitting area that boasts<br />

commanding views over the water.<br />

Of the bedrooms, the upstairs master<br />

is generous in size and has the luxury of<br />

a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite and balcony<br />

access while the main bathroom services<br />

the other 2 bedrooms and a total of four<br />

toilets caters brilliantly to busy households.<br />

Electric ceiling heating, underfloor<br />

heating and a gas fire assist with delivering<br />

a comfortable climate while technological<br />

convenience is provided by an intercom,<br />

extensive speaker system and a vacuum<br />

system.<br />

Superbly equipped for summertime,<br />

the property comes complete with an<br />

in-ground pool which is complemented<br />

by a spa and surrounding patio to ensure<br />

it’s an area where the whole family will<br />

congregate for BBQ’s, relaxing and<br />

lapping up the last of the sun. Bask in<br />

the professionally landscaped grounds<br />

with an auto irrigation system for added<br />

convenience.<br />

Situated a short drive from the<br />

Ferrymead and Redcliffs shops, while<br />

a little over five-minutes from Sumner<br />

Beach, this property ensures you can<br />

embrace a coastal lifestyle while remaining<br />

within a 20-minute drive of the central<br />

city.<br />

This distinctive and generously<br />

proportioned property will inspire<br />

those looking for an “as-is” to repair for<br />

themselves. Totally liveable or rentable<br />

now with excellent resale value in the<br />

street. A full information pack and concept<br />

drawings for re-development are available<br />

on request.<br />

Auction date: Thursday 5 Dec. 12:00pm<br />

(Grenadier House, 98 Moorhouse Ave)<br />

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Open Homes: Wednesdays and Sundays<br />

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Agent REAA 2008) on 384 7950 or<br />

mobile 0274 318 960.<br />

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Jeep Table<br />

Honda Accord Euro<br />

Lexus LS430 New Zealand<br />

Walls Realtree Camo Reversible<br />

$37,000<br />

ID 32227<br />

$20<br />

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$650<br />

ID 32163<br />

$5,200<br />

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$7,000<br />

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$800<br />

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$5,950<br />

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$550<br />

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$15<br />

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$2,300<br />

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<strong>19</strong>56 Morris Minor<br />

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2005 Lexus GS300<br />

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ID 32301<br />

$20<br />

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$10,000<br />

ID 31728<br />

$7,999<br />

ID 31664<br />

$10<br />

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$3,500<br />

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Solid Rimu Desk by Gavin Cox<br />

<strong>19</strong>93 Toyota Estima Emina<br />

1896 Roper Steam Bicycle Replica<br />

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$65,000<br />

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$4,700<br />

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$350<br />

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<strong>19</strong>92 Gibson Firebird V, Mint Mazda MX-5<br />

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Bell Decanters<br />

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$3,000<br />

ID 31883<br />

$10,990<br />

ID 26396<br />

$50<br />

ID 31875<br />

$75<br />

ID 31865<br />

$14,750<br />

ID 31800<br />

$375<br />

ID 31869<br />

Ryobi Hedge Cutter<br />

AMW Heavy Duty Scooter<br />

Samsung Fridge/Freezer<br />

FREE Piano<br />

Alloy Jet Boat<br />

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$50<br />

ID 31826<br />

$2,995<br />

ID 28336<br />

$225<br />

ID 31746<br />

FREE<br />

ID 31744<br />

$8,000<br />

ID 28259<br />

$300<br />

ID 31653<br />

Couch<br />

Suzuki<br />

2005 Nissan Tiida Latio<br />

Kawasaki ER 650N<br />

Sofa Bed<br />

Leather Recliner<br />

$150<br />

ID 31705<br />

$1,200<br />

ID 31703<br />

$4,000<br />

ID 31840<br />

See Seller<br />

ID 31693<br />

$185<br />

ID 31687<br />

$110<br />

ID 31666<br />

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