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Call to reduce

shellfish

gathering

New book

features local

surfing legends

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Options mooted to upgrade

bus hub and make it safer

• By Matt Slaughter

OPTIONS BEING considered to

improve the public transport hub

on Buckleys Rd in Linwood could

make it safer and more appealing.

Said Norwich St resident Neale

Tomlinson, whose house is near

the hub: “Where the bus stops are

now, which is over our fence, there

is a bit of a problem, it’s not as bad

as it used to be, but it is a bit of a

problem with the bus stops getting

smashed really quite regularly and

rubbish and what have you.”

The city council has reported

the bus shelters on Buckleys Rd are

small and inadequate for the about

1400 passengers who use them a day.

It says getting across Buckleys Rd is

also difficult for passengers because

of the high volume of traffic that

uses the road.

It says some of the 480 buses that

use the Buckleys Rd stops each day

block people’s driveways.

The city council is asking for

feedback on possible options to

upgrade the bus hub and reduce

these issues.

It is proposing two potential

options. The first option is to

cul-de-sac Norwich St. It says

this will allow the bus stops to be

grouped together and more space

to be created for bus passengers

waiting.

•Turn to page 6

PLEASED: Norwich St resident Neale Tomlinson supports the city council’s proposal to improve the public transport hub on

Buckleys Rd, Linwood.

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Urgent call to reduce shellfish

gathering limits in at-risk estuary

• By Jess Gibson

A CALL to urgently reduce the

daily limit for shellfish collection

in the Avon Heathcote Estuary

has fallen flat.

The Avon-Heathcote Estuary

Ihutai Trust chairman Kit

Doudney wrote to Ministry for

Primary Industries requesting the

daily recreational limit be lowered

from 150 to 25 per person.

The trust agreed last Wednesday

a reduction would be its short

term goal for protecting the estuary

while it worked out a way to

enforce a harvesting ban.

However, MPI director of

fisheries management Stuart

Anderson said it would take a

minimum of one year to lower

the recreational daily limits in the

estuary.

“The process would include formal

consultation and the government’s

approval of any changes,”

he said.

Mr Anderson said signs will be

erected in the estuary enforcing

the limit of 150 in the next couple

of months as there is currently

nothing stating the rules.

The impact of shellfish gathering

in the estuary on shellfish

numbers, birdlife, and human

health has been of growing

concern for its surrounding communities.

Mr Doudney said the community

was likely to be “very

disappointed” that reducing the

collection limit would now have

to become one of the trust’s long

term goals.

The trust also has a long

term goal of working with Ngai

Tuahuriri to develop a mataitai,

which would allow tangata

whenua to enforce a ban.

However, because a mataitai

may take months or years to

instigate, the trust saw a reduction

as a way to control excessive

gathering in the interim.

He said the trust will discuss

possible short term goals at its

meeting next month.

Mr Doudney said signs being

put in at the estuary was a “positive”

but he was sceptical of how

long they would last, as the last

set disappeared.

Fisheries officers regularly

patrol the estuary to ensure

harvesting is lawful. Penalties are

in place for non-compliance.

LET DOWN:

Avon-Heathcote

Estuary

Ihutai Trust

chairman

Kid Doudney

said residents

would be

disappointed

a plan to

improve the

health of the

Avon Heathcote

Estuary

will take more

than a year.

• HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you have a suggestion to improve the

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Tough kids get wet and muddy

MORE THAN 5000 primary and

intermediate school pupils took

on mud pits, obstacles and tyre

runs as part of the annual MASH

Tough Kid challenge held in

South New Brighton last week.

The event first started following

earthquakes to encourage sports

participation and boost morale,

now it also helps reduce screen

time and improve mental health.

Schools from across Canterbury

got involved, with some

coming from as far as Hanmer

Springs and Windwhistle.

The 2.7km course included

waterslides, mud pits, inflatable

obstacles and tyre runs. It ran

through the forest and followed

the estuary, finishing in the

South New Brighton Domain.

Said event co-ordinator, Isaac

Sutherland: “It has been so exciting

to see the number of schools

getting involved with this event.

We have schools that have been

with us from the beginning,

schools who send the entire roll,

and new schools who have come

on board to sample what the

event has to offer.”

Said Cathedral Grammar

School teacher Kirsty Bond: “The

kids love getting out and getting

wet and muddy. The smiles on

their faces speak for themselves.”

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Bus hub feedback sought

•From page 1

This option will mean buses

will no longer stop across driveways

but it will stop vehicles

travelling between Norwich St

and Buckleys Rd.

Mr Tomlinson supports the

first option and said it could also

reduce vandalism of the bus stops

because the area they would be

moved to is not hit with damage

and graffiti as often.

He said grouping the bus stops

together could mean if they are

vandalised, the area to clean up

would be much smaller.

Said city council transport

planning and delivery

manager Lynette Ellis: “With

the cul-de-sac option there

is space for some form of

seating, trees, a grass bank, a

drinking fountain and a paved

play area.”

The second option is to retain

a left turn from Norwich St onto

Buckleys Rd. This option would

split the bus stops but enable

limited access to be retained

between Norwich St and Buckleys

Rd.

“With the left-turn option

there is space for some planting

and a seat or a drinking fountain,’’

said Ms Ellis.

“We want to build better bus

UPGRADE: The city council is asking people for feedback on their prefered option to improve

the bus hub next to Eastgate Shopping Centre in Linwood.

PHOTO: NEWSLINE

shelters so waiting passengers

have more protection from the

weather and we want to install

a signalised pedestrian crossing

so that people can get across the

road more easily.

“We also want to move the bus

stops to the end of Norwich St so

we reduce the likelihood of people’s

driveways being blocked,’’

she said.

People have until December

2 to share their views on which

of the two options they prefer

at https://www.ccc.govt.nz/

the-council/consultationsand-submissions/haveyoursay/

show/271.

• HAVE YOUR SAY: What do

you think of the city council’s

proposed options to improve

the bus hub on Buckleys Rd?

Email your thoughts to matt.

slaughter@starmedia.kiwi

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for drainworks

• By Claire Booker

A DRAIN which has not been

maintained since the 1960s will

be renewed next year.

But it will mean about 100

healthy trees and shelterbelts will

get the chop.

The Papanui-Innes Community

Board voted on Friday to approve

the removal of the trees along the

Canal Reserve Drain on Marshland

Rd between Mairehau and

Hawkins Rds.

City councillor and board

member Pauline Cotter said

council staff worked closely with

the community regarding the tree

removal.

Said Cr Cotter: “Nobody wants

to cut down healthy trees unless

we have to. It’s for the greater

benefit.”

About 600m south of the

Hawkins Styx river intersection is

a spawning habitat for Lamprey, a

type of jawless fish similar to eels.

The drain is to be renewed to

reduce the potential flood risk and

associated damage with the road.

Work is set to begin early next

year and run until 2021.

Once the renewal is complete,

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Second book from New Brighton

WELL-KNOWN New Brighton

surfing identity Warren Hawke

has penned a new book on the

history of the sport.

NZ SURF: The Collection Vol 2

is another masterful publication

of photos and stories.

The book is a celebration of

New Zealand surfing with more

than 400 photos and 60,000

words.

It also features New Brighton

surfers Ron Carter and the late

Chris Allan.

The book follows up from

Hawke’s Volume One which was

published in 2017 and has since

sold out.

The new book includes surfing

history, surfer profiles, environmental

articles and a selection of

surfing highlights.

Of note is the Coming Through

chapter which contains a feature

for teenagers based on skills for

surfing and skills for living and

growing through their teenage

years.

It also features a full-page

photo of New Brighton resident

Hugh Ritchie which is taken

from the water during the earthquake

repairs to the pier.

It is this photo which opens the

Log Burner or longboard section

of the book which includes a

piece about 70-year-old Carter

and Allan.

Both Carter and Allan had a

positive impact on Hawke when

he was a surfing Gremmie back

in 1966.

Hawke has drawn upon over

50 years of surfing experience

and involvement in researching

and assembling this volume.

His connection includes surfing

successfully at a competitive

level, organisation and management

of major surfing competitions

and festivals and the position

of chief judge at the New

Zealand Surfing Championships.

Over the past 40 years, Hawke

has been a freelance writer and

photographer for surfing magazines

around the world. He also

included material from other

LATEST EDITION:

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surf photographers and writers

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of New Zealand surfing.

The design and layout of the

book was done by New Brighton

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surfing identity in print

Said Mr Hawke: “His flair and

ability has ensured that NZ Surf: The

Collection Volume II presents itself

as a volume jam-packed with surfing

culture.

“Its hardcore surf content demands

to be investigated and enjoyed. It is

wonderful that our local surfing community

get to play a significant part.”

The book was published by

Auckland beach and surf publisher

Photo CPL and is available from most

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STYLISH: (Right) – Ron Carter

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Brighton beach.

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HANG TEN: Hugh Ritchie is one of a number of

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Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by appointment)

This group offers assistance

to mature people with modern

technology, including computers,

tablets, smartphones, email,

Facebook, Skype, Word,

cellphones and the internet.

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JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will be

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and documents, certify

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declarations, affidavits or affirmations

and sign citizenship,

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No charge.

Shirley Library

SAYGo Steady As You

Go Falls Prevention Exercise

Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a specially-designed

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There is a $2 koha entry but no

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invited to turn up on the day and

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Library, Wednesday 1.30-3.30pm

at Shirley Library

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,

as above.

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

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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

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: QE II Recreation and

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CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand to

assist customers who need help

with their CV or resume.

New Brighton Library

Wednesday 4th December - Corner Wilkinsons and Johns Roads (Access via Gardiners Road)

Thursday 12th December - Corner Linwood Ave and Keighleys Road

Artwork by Pollyanna will be held at Linwood Library today until Saturday from open until

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years. Her work covers a range of media including her most recent work using acrylic on canvas.

Go along to see the passion, purpose and power of Pollyanna’s work. ​

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-12pm

Go along and join in a game

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for two to four players, which

combines elements of the card

games rummy and mahjong.

This is a free event.

Linwood Library

A Lion in the Meadow

Storytimes

Thursday, 10.30-11am

Go along and celebrate the

50th anniversary of Margaret

Mahy’s A Lion in the Meadow.

Go and create an imaginary

meadow of felt flowers and

grasses. Share in an interactive

session including a giant copy

of the book, songs, rhymes and

play. Make your own lion tail

and ears. Free, no bookings

required.

Parklands 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.

Linwood Library

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly club is held

every Friday, just go along and

join the fun. Free, no bookings

required.

Shirley Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Make new friends,

practise 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

Super Saturday

Storytimes

Saturday, 11-11.45am

Encourage learning

through stories. This is an interactive

programme with stories,

songs, rhymes, craft and play.

Free.

Shirley Library

Golden Oldies Movie –

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Monday, 1.30pm

Joan Blondell and Roland

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comedy. A fun-loving

young woman is murdered

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her wealthy friend. Her ghost

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murderer. Cost is $2, go early for

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Mairehau

Challenge

Achievement

Way

Responsibility

Empathy

From the Principals Desk

Our Mission statement: “For all students to value

themselves and others, to know they can excel and to

reach their full potential.” The founders and architects of

our school sculptured these words to form the underlying

principles of Mairehau High School. There are three

elements of this vision statement, self and mutual respect,

learning how to achieve, and doing your very best.

I wish to provide a reflection: “What’s happened in 2019

Term One: 15th March - Christchurch Muslim Attack

We woke up to the dawn of a new school day, a different New Zealand, a stronger nation. Our

students and staff returned to school after the tragic events of 15th March. We learned about the

attacks on our Muslim community. Our staff had a special briefing outlining our support for students,

staff and community.

Our school focussed on compassion, respect and the acknowledgement of people: students, staff,

parents, NZ Police, Ministry of Education, Ambulance and Medical service, and all who have helped

over those days.

On that day the odious apparatus of fear raised its ugly head.

The tragic Muslim attack will not deter us as a school, community or nation. We all have a

responsibility to model the values of compassion, respect and aroha for our fellow New Zealander. We

cannot let trepidation rule our communities. As a nation, we have grown stronger and better. We are

known as a country for our Aroha and Manakitanga. I am proud to be the Principal of a Christchurch

School working with caring, compassionate, and respectful students, staff and community.

Term Two: Enrolment Zone

The Board of Mairehau High School recently adopted an enrolment scheme that has been approved

by the Secretary for Education. Under this scheme, students will be enrolled if they live within our

home zone.

There has been a collective desire to create a sustainable school network that will have a significant

positive impact on the learning communities of Christchurch. Mairehau High School remains

committed to ensuring that our approach to zoning change will meet the needs of schools in

our community, while also supporting the effectiveness of improving a more sustainable school

education network. Our new zone will take effect from 1 January 2020.

Term Three: Property Design Rebuild

Our school roll is expected to grow to 500 pupils, and the master plan will allow for a roll build of up

to 800. The new rebuild design is in its very early stages; it offers an opportunity to provide new 21stcentury

Hard Materials, Hospitality, Visual Arts and Supported Learning facility. (money permitting, the

Board is also considering an upgrade to the gymnasium)

Each phase of the plan is aligned to the greater Christchurch Network of Schools and the Ministry of

Education prediction of roll growth. We are very excited about our master plan and future building

project. We will continue to develop positive outcomes and learning experiences for our students.

Encouraging

excellence

in our

community

We are still taking

enrolments for 2020.

Please call the office

for a prospectus

or download an

enrolment form at

www.mairehau.school.nz

Term Four: Education Review Office

The school’s commitment to providing

effective strategic leadership and 21stcentury

vision and facilities is evident in

Mairehau High School’s Charter.

Earlier this term, our school was reviewed by the Education

Review Office (ERO). This is an external government agency charged

with the responsibility of determining the quality of teaching, the

strength and quality of internal review, and improvement processes

in the school.

Mairehau High School provides genuine opportunities for its

students to excel academically, in leadership, in community service,

in a sporting activity or in the arts. The school has a caring and

nurturing environment with outstanding staff.

Harry Romana, Principal

Leaders and teachers have a clear and shared focus on knowing the learner. Teachers use a wide

range of information about students’ achievement, progress and wellbeing to:

- Identify students’ learning needs and track and monitor their progress

- Provide extra support for students who need more assistance

-Share information that promotes increased understanding of, and useful responses to, students’

learning and wellbeing needs

- Support improved attendance, retention and engagement in learning

Our GaTE coordinator Angela Marshall has provided significant progress with the school’s wellconsidered

Gifted and Talented education programme. Our Careers team, led by Margaret Robertson,

provides pathways for students to vocational and tertiary opportunities.

A wide range of abilities is identified and fostered in GaTE planning and approaches. Identified

students have ongoing opportunities to explore and extend their learning within their area of special

ability.

Conclusion:

I would like to publically acknowledge my Board Chair, Mr Chris Caselton who was appointed this

year, and all Board members for your continued support.

I now wish to acknowledge some of the people that have supported our students’ journey through

Mairehau High School, the Mairehau High School staff. We are fortunate to have an abundance of

dedicated and conscientious staff who contribute to the education and well-being of our students.

Thank you.

I also take this opportunity to acknowledge members of my senior leadership team: Rebecca

Swanson and Siobhan Murphy, for supporting me, and providing leadership, when it really mattered.

I genuinely value your personal and professional commitment to me this year. We have had our good

times, shared our challenging times, and we have had a lot of fun along the way.

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

Senior Awards 2019

Fight for equality

The Avon Shirley Masonic Lodge Good Citizenship Award:

The Lodge annually presents this award to two senior students

who, on the recommendations of staff, best exemplify the

qualities of good citizenship. These qualities include tolerance,

kindness, and tact in relating to others. Good citizenship is

reflected in a desire to help others, to put others first, and to serve

others selflessly without expecting reward.

In the spirit of this award the two students nominated an

organization which received a significant donation on their

behalf. The generous gift of $500 from The Lodge will go to the

organization “I AM HOPE” – a New Zealand charity focused on

supporting youth and communities by promoting societal and

attitudinal change towards mental health and wellbeing.

It gives us great pleasure to announce our two winners:

Darrell Suaesi Faamau

Joshua Schuurman

We would like to thank The Avon Shirley Masonic Lodge for their

continued supported of this prestigious gift and award.

Sportsperson of the Year Award:

The winner of the award is a multi-talented athlete with sporting

passion who participates in a range of sporting codes at a high

level – including football, swimming and basketball.

In swimming, he is a member of the Special Olympics Canterbury

squad and has consistently impressed with his ability to reach the

podium.

In football, he is a member of the Sunshine Football Club

(representing Canterbury) and participated in a Special Olympics

Tier 1 tournament. This division 1 team finished second in the

competition while in the school’s football tournament, his team

was also placed 2nd.

In basketball, this proficient sportsperson

trained hard with the Supported Learning

Centre school team and was a key player

during the latest tournament as the team

went through, winning game after game

to eventually win the 2nd division.

We are very pleased to award Jeffrey

Taylor as our Sports Person of the Year.

Prime Ministers Vocational Excellence Award:

This award is aimed at raising the status of the vocational study

and recognizing the achievements of students excelling in

vocational education. The award also aims to inspire students to

plan more carefully how their subject choices lead on to careers

that suit their skills and abilities.

In its inaugural year, the school has

nominated an exceptional young

man who has always had a clear

pathway for his future and his passion

for the outdoors has been developed

at school. He will make an amazing

outdoor education instructor.

We would like to congratulate Joshua

Schuurman as winner of this award

and wish him all the best as he starts

the new year as an intern at The Boyle

River Outdoor Education Centre.

Runner-up to the 2019 Mairehau Scholar:

Caitlyn Barnett-Johnston has a quietly confident personality, who

is a polite and respectful member of our school. She is always kind

and courteous, a testament to her empathetic nature and her

diligence has seen her achieve impressive results so far this year.

Teachers have acknowledged Caitlyn for her perceptional

ability, her conceptual understanding, her problem solving

capability and her reporting skills. She is a person who will utilize

opportunities offered by new knowledge and technologies to

ensure a sustainable social, economic, cultural and environmental

future for all.

We are all proud of Caitlyn’s

contribution to our school and her

accomplishments, and we wish her

well in her tertiary studies at ARA

next year.

Caitlyn’s academic profile is:

1st History

1st Geography

1st = Health

1st = Mathematics with Statisics

Our Premier Award - 2019 Mairehau Scholar:

Jesse Jeffries – an exceptional student, and a person who has

impressed us with his quiet, focused purpose, and his natural,

perceptive intelligence. He has demonstrated his all-round effort

this year with his considerable commitment. Jesse works hard

and complements this with determination and exceptional selfdiscipline.

As an academic, Jesse has been able to establish and achieve

challenging goals. He has demonstrated an astute understanding

of enquiry and evaluation, synthesis and time management skills,

the subtle nuances and communication skills in senior English,

his creative abilities and talents flourish in Music and Art, and his

analytical perception in Mathematics with Statistics.

Jesse is indeed genuinely talented and has a balanced approach

to his studies and life.

We are extremely proud of his

achievements and contributions over

his years of study at our school, and

we wish him all the very best as he

continues his education next year at

the University of Canterbury.

Jesse’s academic profile is:

1st English

1st Music

1st Art

1st = Mathematics with Statistics

Year 9 student Imogen Caselton

was selected as a Consumer

Hero by Fair Go for her fight for

equality regarding rugby team

merchandise. Imogen believes

there should be greater

availability of team jerseys

and other kits for Black Ferns

supporters.

Fair Go is helping her in her

mission, and she was recently filmed at school explaining the

issue to the Principal and her classmates.

It is fantastic for a young Year 9 student of Mairehau High School

to stand up for her right to acknowledge and wear merchandise

worn by her female role models.

Imogen also won prizes for her school, including a printer and a

camera. Good on you, Imogen!

Mairehau in pictures

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Fruit and dips board

Serves 6-8

Use 46cm x 28cm board

Ingredients

1½ cups plain Greek yoghurt

1½ cups strawberry Greek

yoghurt

1½ cups blueberry Greek

yoghurt

¼ cup honey with honeycomb

¼ cup pomegranate seeds

¼ cup Grape-Nuts cereal

¼ cup slivered almonds

¼ cup cacao nibs

¼ cup multiseed ancient grains

blend

¼ cup peanut butter or almond

butter

1 cup raspberries

1 cup blackberries

¾ cup blueberries

8 strawberries, with some sliced

and some cut in half

1 banana, peeled and sliced

1 cup fruit and nut granola

1 cup granola clusters

1 cup chocolate almond granola

¼ cup toasted coconut chips

½ cup chopped dried fruit

Directions

Place the yogurts in large

(473ml) Mason jars on 3

different areas of the board.

Put the honey with honeycomb

in a serving bowl and place the

bowl on the board.

Put the pomegranate seeds,

Grape-Nuts, slivered almonds,

cacao nibs, ancient grains blend,

and peanut butter in small

serving bowls and place the

bowls across the board.

Add the berries and sliced

banana to the board, followed

by the granolas. Fill in any gaps

with the toasted coconut chips

and chopped dried fruit.

Charcuterie and cheese

board

Serves 12+

Use 51cm board

Ingredients

1 whole pineapple

1 cup raspberries, divided

1½ cups blueberries, divided

1½ cups blackberries, divided

1½ cups chocolate pudding

¾ cup caramel dip

1½ cups plain or vanilla Greek

yoghurt

¾ cup mixed berries

whipped cream cheese

1 cup chunky granola

2 cups red grapes, in bunches

2 cups green grapes, in bunches

2 medium oranges, sliced into

wedges

12 small watermelon wedges,

with rinds

1 mango, peeled, pitted, and

thinly sliced

2 kiwifruit, peeled and thinly sliced

1 medium starfruit, sliced

15 whole strawberries

1 red apple, thinly sliced

1 cup fresh cherries, with stems

2 bananas, peeled and sliced

Directions

Vertically slice the pineapple

in half, keeping the stem on one

half. Hollow out the half with

the stem to be used as a bowl.

Reserve the pineapple flesh.

Place the pineapple bowl in the

centre of the board.

Cut the reserved pineapple

flesh into chunks. Mix the

pineapple chunks with quarter

cup of the raspberries, quarter

cup of the blueberries, and

quarter cup of the blackberries.

Put the pineapple and berry fruit

mixture into the hollowed-out

pineapple bowl.

Put the chocolate pudding,

caramel dip, yoghurt, cream

cheese, and granola in small

serving bowls and place the

bowls across the board.

Arrange the grape bunches

on the board, followed by the

orange slices, watermelon

wedges, and sliced mango.

Fan kiwifruit slices around

the yoghurt bowl, the starfruit

around the cream cheese bowl,

the strawberries around the

chocolate pudding bowl, and the

apple slices around the caramel

dip bowl.

Place the cherries near the

top of the pineapple stem and

the banana slices next to the

cherries.

Fill in the gaps on the board

with the remaining threequarters

of a cup raspberries, 1¼

cups blueberries, and 1¼ cups

blackberries.

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The countdown to the big day is well underway, so making up the

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Every woman likes to receive body pampering

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to suit all budgets at the many pharmacies and gift

shops around the city. Perfume is another favourite

and again there is a wide selection to choose from,

ranging from exciting new releases to the well-known

fragrances that have stood the test of time. Lingerie,

jewellery, fashion accessories, homewares and decor

items – there’s no end to the ideas for the women on

the list.

The men are equally well catered for, from the

sophisticated metro-male boyfriends, to the car-crazy

brothers and the DIY enthusiast and keen gardener

husbands and dads. Choose from clothing, books,

tools, personal grooming items and gadgets to put a

smile on their face on Christmas morning.

Speaking of smiles, nothing gives families more joy

than seeing the excitement of the children opening

their presents. Whether they are delivered by Santa

or snuck under the tree by mum and dad, the cuddly

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McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

Open Day

november 30th 2019

FINALLY, our “new build” is complete and we’d love to personally

show you all around on our OPEN DAY, which is fast approaching.

We are very proud of what we have achieved,

something that hasn’t been seen in small

animal practice before - completely separate

cat and dog reception, consulting, surgical

and ICU treatment areas.

This new edition has been seven years in

the making - a lot of time and energy has

been dedicated to this project as well as

decisions to be made on a daily basis. We

bought the old house next to the clinic in

2012 anticipating we would expand one day.

It was so exciting to finally see foundations

being laid.

grow it, but we have. We now we have a

staff of 27, a team of eight veterinarians with

different skill sets and interests - something

we are very proud of and have tried hard to

achieve. We want our clients to have all their

needs met, and those of their precious pets,

all under one roof.

Old house converted to new extension.

Demolition time.

To go back 20 years ….. In 1999 we took over

the reins of Rozens Vet Clinic ( which was an

old house situated in our carpark). We have

very fond memories of our early days there

and we were a small yet enthusiastic staff

of six back then. Our small garage doubled

as a cattery, our carpark was flooded most

of winter and inhabited by Mallards, X-rays

were manually developed in the toilet and

often we were so busy cages were stacked

on top of each other in the surgical area.

Our young sons, Connor and Dylan, often

watched their mum and dad perform

surgeries, cuddling and playing with kittens

in the small staffroom. They were good times

and we got to know some terrific, animal

mad clients, who are still with us 20 years on.

The Practice we work out of now was built

in 2008 and never thought we would out

Smartflow patient monitoring.

Cat ICU and treatment area.

Aside from the separate cat wing, our new

280 square metre addition will feature

space for rehabilitation and physiotherapy,

a state off the art theatre and surgical wing

for referral surgeries, a double dental room,

another feline ward, large ultrasonography

room and extra kennelling for about 20 dogs

plus storage galore.

We are very proud to now be able to offer

Referral Surgery at McMaster & Heap Vets. Dr

Helen Milner has now joined the team who

is an Australian and New Zealand Registered

Specialist in Small Animal Surgery. She will

be able to offer a wide array of soft tissue,

orthopaedic and neurological surgeries.

ORIJEN and ACANA

are proud to support

McMaster & Heap with

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The ORIJEN and ACANA

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clinic.

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McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

We are also very fortunate to have the

services of Dr Richard Lucy who does

all the Echocardiography, Endoscopy

and Abdominal and Musculoskeletal

Ultrasonography in the Practice. Richard

has also put pacemakers in dogs, performs

our spinal taps and can also interpret MRI’s

and CT scans. He’s consulted a lot by us all.

Richard and Helens ethics, empathy, genuine

love of all animals, professional style and

incredibly high skill level fits with our aim of

becoming a “Centre of Excellence”.

Our other vets are also skilled up in areas

of interest and passion to them - Steve

with Ophthalmology, Dentistry and

Reconstructive Surgery, Sara enjoying

Dermatology and Exotics, Olivia a whiz at

all tricky Dentistry, Kirsty is very competent

in Soft Tissue Surgery, Chemotherapy and

Transfusion Medicine and Catherine is a

fantastic Medicine and Intensive Care expert

as well as performing Ultrasounds whenever

Richard is away. Me, I’m a jack of all trades,

doing a little of everything but my passion

lies with consulting and meeting new pets

and people, radiography and surgery.

Michele and steve in the cattery.

In the past 20 years we have learnt heaps

about running a successful business and

working together as a team. One of our goals

is to lead by example and empower our staff

to be their best, enjoy what they are good

at and love coming to work for us every day.

The right people, with the right set of skills

and attitude, are the key to our success.

The NZL Veterinary industry is rapidly

changing with many Practices being bought

by Corporate Entities and amalgamating with

practices. The need to keep up, diversify,

provide flexibility and options for people

and find your niche area is our future aim.

We will never stand still and be complacent.

We will listen to our clients and staff and see

what they want from us going forward in the

future.

Cat clinic entrance.

Theatre preparation & surgical scrub area.

We have also moved fast with regards to

technology. I’m not really a starter for change

but Steve persisted and eventually had me

sold on our new veterinary software system,

EzyVet and our new patient monitoring and

billing system, Smartflow. We are virtually

paperless and you’ll see our nurses walking

around with iPads updating flowsheets and

monitoring anaesthetics. Now I couldn’t

go back. This system is so accurate, very

professional and way more efficient.

I hope McMaster & Heap will stand the test

of time, cementing itself in Christchurch, as a

hospital who pride themselves on excellence,

expertise, quality patient care and full

commitment to our people and their pets.

We would love to see you on Saturday

30th November between 12-3pm for a look

around at where your special furries stay

when they are with us and enjoy a coffee,

sausage sizzle and get advice or just enjoy

a chat from our super staff and industry

representatives who will be present on the

day also. There will also be cat and dog

goodie bags, raffles and discount vouchers

on some foods.

Hope to see you real soon.

steve, Michele and Lola

Open 7 days

Cnr Hoon Hay & Coppell Place | Phone 338 2534 | Fax 339 8624

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REAL ESTATE

Opportunity knocks

21a Augusta Street, Redcliffs

Deadline Sale, all offers will be presented Tuesday 3rd December 2019 at 6pm, unless sold prior

2 bedrooms | 1 bathrooms | 1 living room | 1 car garaging | Listing SMT10487

Positioned to capture the all-day

sunshine and perfect for professionals,

retirees, investors this two double

bedroom 90m2 street facing unit built in

2016 is a sure winner.

Let’s look inside, the open planned

living area with modern kitchen faces

North West and offers a great flow

via sliding doors to the outdoor patio

and courtyard, perfect for outdoor

entertaining. Two double bedrooms

positioned close to the bathroom and

separate wc add to the appeal.

Fully fenced this lovely home is set

in a peaceful setting, you will enjoy

sitting in the Bali themed courtyard

with established gardens. So quiet as

you listen to the sound of birdsong and

ocean.

Easy drive on access to the single

internal access garage. The garage with

pull down attic storage and laundry

offers great storage options.

This is an unbelievable convenient

location. Enjoy a short stroll to Moncks

Bay waterfront, Barnett Park, the local

bowling club, New World super market,

cafes and bus transport.

Those seriously considering its

purchase are advised to register their

interest as it may be sold at any time.

Deadline Sale, all offers will be

presented Tuesday 3rd December 2019

at 6pm, unless sold prior.

Please call Debra Hakaraia

Smart Real Estate

Call 0275620420 or 033848600

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