Nor'West News: December 03, 2019

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Avebury Park was filled with laughter last week at the teddy bear’s picnic. Children under five took their

favourite teddies along and were treated to a show by the Natural Magic Pirates. Honey sandwiches and

teddy bikkies were shared among the crowd. Isaac Lyons (left), six months, and five-month-old Lachie

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Cuddly teddies star attraction at picnic Answers

sought

regarding

compliance

of gas filling

station

• By Claire Booker

REDWOOD RESIDENTS have

gone back to the city council in

a bid to get answers over a gas

filling station they are concerned

about.

The Redwood Business and

Residents Group has made a deputation

to the Papanui-Innes Community

Board asking for an update

on the city council’s compliance

investigation into the Genesis Gas

site on Main North Rd.

They first raised concerns about

the site in October last year, but

have not heard how the investigation

was proceeding.

Group spokeswoman Donna

Brenssell said residents’ concerns

increased following the gas explosion

in Northwood in July.

The city council would not

give Nor’West News details of the

investigation.

Said a city council spokesman:

“The council has an open compliance

investigation in relation to

land use activities at this site. This

investigation is ongoing and no

further comment will be made at

this time.”

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Call to axe pesky poplars

In Brief

• By Claire Booker

STICKY LEAVES from poplar

trees are damaging the $600,000

tennis courts in Bishopdale, and

after 50 years of putting up with

them, the tennis club has had

enough.

The Bishopdale Tennis Club

recently celebrated its 50th

anniversary and the trees have

been there just as long.

The six courts were repaired

twice after the earthquakes, at

a cost of $100,000 per court,

and the sticky yellow leaves

which are dropped by two

poplar trees which border

the club are frustrating its

members.

The leaves cause issues on

the court and stick to players

shoes, which are trodden into

the carpet of the clubrooms.

The trees roots have also

damaged the wastewater pipes

beneath the clubrooms, and

have smashed a skylight on the

roof when a branch fell.

In a bid to get the trees

removed, two club members

made a presentation to the

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board at its most

recent meeting, and the board

requested that city council staff

look into the removal.

The club would like to see all

five of the trees removed, but

one member said the two trees

beside the clubrooms and car

parking space would be a good

start.

The trees also shade the courts

in the winter, which encourages

moss to grow, in turn making

the courts slippery and

dangerous to play on.

The club has offered to replant

smaller native trees if the

poplars are removed.

Club captain Andrew Stanton

said the issues from the trees are

only going to get worse.

“We are just sick of it,” he

said.

The trees may be considered

for removal as part of the

Bishopdale skate park

renewal.

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The bus stop at this site has an

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Update from council requested

•From page 1

The community board has

requested an update from the city

council.

Papanui Ward city councillor

and community board member

Mike Davidson had been aware of

the residents’ concern for “some

time.”

Cr Davidson hoped the residents

would have had a response

from the city council quicker, and

understood their frustration.

“There are certain things that

aren’t that easy to rush. It’s not

our position as councillors to try

and influence or put pressure on

that,” he said.

The owner of the site did not

return calls to Nor’West News.

CONCERNED: Redwood residents are waiting for the results

of an open compliance investigation launched by the city

council a year ago into the LPG gas refilling station on Main

North Rd. ​

Refuse disposal costs could increase

THE COST of taking your

rubbish to a metro refuse station

is going to increase under a new

Government plan released on

Wednesday.

It wants to progressively

increase the levy rate for landfills

that take household waste,

known as municipal landfills,

Associate Environment Minister

Eugenie Sage announced.

This could include the Styx

Mill EcoDrop in Redwood.

The proposals involve

encouraging more reuse and

recycling by progressively

increasing the levy rate for

landfills that take household

waste from the current $10 per

tonne. This could rise to $50 or

$60 per tonne by mid-2023.

“In the past decade, people

have sent nearly 30 million

tonnes of waste to municipal

landfills around the country - a

50 per cent increase in waste

that can often be recycled,

composted or reused,” Ms Sage

said.

The landfill levy could

expand to cover all landfill

types including industrial and

construction and demolition

fills, but not cleanfills or farm

dumps.

Better data collection will also

be sought about the waste we

are creating, and how we are

disposing of it.

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which encourages kids to talk about their emotions. ​

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THE ALL Right campaign is

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kids identify and manage their

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families together and talking

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Chitter Chatter scenarios include

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that can make a big difference,”

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Pupils graduate from ‘university’

YOUNG SCHOLARS from

Mairehau Primary School

walked across the stage in a

cap and gown in the first-ever

Children’s University graduation

ceremony.

It was a full house at the town

hall as 151 pupils from seven

schools across Canterbury and

Selwyn received their certificates

for completing the programme

on November 20.

The Children’s University

Canterbury Partnership programme

is the first of its kind in

New Zealand and is delivered

by Canterbury and Lincoln

universities.

Pupils took part in extracurricular

learning activities

including sports, on-campus

experiences and trips to learning

destinations to graduate the

programme.

Each pupil documented these

activities and the different locations

they completed them at in

a learning passport.

Twenty year 5 and 6 pupils

from Mairehau Primary participated

in the pilot programme,

and five of the school’s graduates

were presented with gold awards

for achieving more than 100

hours.

Said Mairehau Primary School

deputy principal Stephanie

Oates: “The graduation was a

huge highlight [for the pupils]

and gave them a sense of what it

would be like to be a real university

graduate.

“As a co-ordinator, I found it

a very worthwhile experience

which we will continue with

next year.

“Giving pupils the opportunity

to access a university campus

and gather hours as you would

papers when working towards

a degree, gave pupils a thirst for

knowledge and for doing well at

school,” Ms Oates said.

Children’s University Canterbury

Partnership chancellor

Professor James McWha presented

certificates to the graduates

in front of guests including

Mayor Lianne Dalziel.

“It is an honour and a

SCHOLARS:

Mairehau

Primary

School year 5

and 6 pupils

George

Croton,

Isabella

Andrews,

Chloe Dirkze

waited for

their turn to

graduate from

Children’s

University. ​

privilege to be presenting

certificates to the first New

Zealand group to graduate as

part of this partnership. The

interest in the programme has

been overwhelming and we

look forward to expanding the

programme so more children

across Canterbury can take

part,” Mr McWha said.

$130k

playground

renewal

postponed

PADDINGTON Playground’s

$130,000 revamp has been

postponed until next year.

The Northcote site was expected

to receive a new modular play

item, a mega swing set, see-saw,

carousel and a wobbly frog rocker

by the end of this year.

But due to the delay in arrival of

new playground parts, the Northcote

community will have to make

do with the current playground

for another summer holiday.

The decision was made to

postpone the renewal to ensure

there would still be an operational

playground over the summer

holidays.

The city council received

mostly positive feedback for

the proposed renewal during a

consultation period from March

5 to April 7.

City council staff also attended

Breakfast Club at Northcote

School in late March to present

the playground renewal to approximately

50 children.

Children were asked to place a

sticker on their favourite piece of

play equipment, which was the

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PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

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be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

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WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

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Due to the large number of children

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Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

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BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

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parade parking will be restricted along

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No stopping signs will be erected both

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MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

CHRISTCHURCH CITY – MADRAS STREET

SUNDAY 8th DECEMBER – STARTS 2pm

ENTERTAINMENT

FROM CARSON TAARE

Christchurch City Council, MultiMedia

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton

Hogan, Stuff, More FM, Star Media, The

Breeze, Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of

Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers, The Lion

Foundation, Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub

Charity Limited, Four Winds Foundation,

CERT, The Southern Trust, TVNZ, Rata

Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants,

Chinese Community of Christchurch, City

Care Civil, Shirley Boys’ High School, Meta

Digital, Rainbow Print, Team Hutchinson

Ford, Resene, JJ Ltd., HireKing,

BrokerWeb Risk Services, Mainfreight,

Owens Transport, Daily Freight, NZ

Express Transport, Bascik Transport, Apex

Industrial Doors, Opzeeland Transport,

Lions Club of Ellesmere, The French Bakery,

Powell Fenwick Consultants, Debbie

Newman and Southern Salvage, Sharon

Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts

Theatre School, Vicki Williamson-Morris,

Orion, Connetics, Nigel Cox, Shane Cole,

Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police,

Wayne Robertson, Canterbury Model ‘A’

Ford Club, Tony Clark, NZ Trikes,

Accessman, Andy Guan, Happy Hire, Warren

Lewis, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of

Canterbury, NZ Vintage Machinery Club,

Johnson Controls, Warren McLaughlan,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Phil Mauger, Ian

McDougall, Marshall Power Ltd.,

Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough TWL,

Blackwells Mazda, Blackwells Holden, Barry

Corbett, Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker

Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech Services, Empire

Extinguishers, Gavin Dunn, Mary Dollin,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Redmond

family, Kerry Houston, Secure Scaffold,

Gap Filler, Active Refrigeration, Karyn &

David Luxon, PlaceMakers Riccarton.

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.Timetable and detour

information available at metroinfo.co.nz

or call us on 03 366 8855. “Avoid parking

hassles and take the bus” The Bus Interchange

is just 2 blocks away from the

Parade route!

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general

public be responsible for its own and

others safety at all times while viewing

the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND

ASK FOR YOUR PATIENCE BEFORE

& DURING THE PARADE.

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO:

www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

SPONSORS

Bus Service:

No Stopping

Restrictions:

Parking Available:

Health & Safety

Where Not To Park:

Remember your

sun hat,sunscreen

and water bottle!

Water pistols and

Water Bombs are

totally prohibited

during the parade

In The Event of Bad

Weather:

ADE POSTPONEMENT

CISION WILL NOT BE MADE

ORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

1 MORE FM,

E BREEZE 94.5FM,

GO TO: www.facebook.com/

w.christchurchsantaparade.nz

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Christchurch

s Service:

No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

Bombs are totally prohibited

during the parade

The Event of

d Weather:

Health & Safety

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

FINISH

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MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

usual Sunday schedules will

operating.

etable information available

etroinfo.co.nz or call us on

366 8855.

oid parking hassles and take

bus”

Bus Interchange is just

locks away from the Parade

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PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: N

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Bad Weather:

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Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

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PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopp

Restrictio

Remember

sunscreen a

Parking A

Water pistol

Bombs are

during the p

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health &

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch

Parade Trust ask

be responsible fo

safety at all times

Meter shrouds an

throughout the ro

WE APOLOGISE

INCONVENIENCE

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURIN

CCC Car Parking

for map, charges

https://www.parko

carpark/105_worc

CHRISTCH

SUNDAY 2N

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRIS

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE M

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook

www.christchurchsantapara

Twitter: Santa Parade Chris

@SChristchurch

Sponsors:

Bus Service:

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedul

be operating.

Timetable information av

at metroinfo.co.nz or call

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles an

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is ju

2 blocks away from the P

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stoppin

Restriction

Remember yo

sunscreen and

Parking Av

Water pistols a

Bombs are tot

during the par

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & S

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Chil

Parade Trust ask that

be responsible for its

safety at all times wh

Meter shrouds and si

throughout the route

WE APOLOGISE FOR

INCONVENIENCE CA

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING T

CCC Car Parking ava

for map, charges and

https://www.parkoped

carpark/105_worceste

CHRISTCHU

SUNDAY 2ND

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTM

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions

Remember your

sunscreen and w

Parking Ava

Water pistols an

Bombs are total

during the para

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Sa

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Childr

Parade Trust ask that th

be responsible for its o

safety at all times while

Meter shrouds and sign

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR A

INCONVENIENCE CAU

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING TH

CCC Car Parking availa

for map, charges and o

https://www.parkopedia

carpark/105_worcester_

CHRISTCHU

SUNDAY 2ND

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMA

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stoppin

Restrictions

Remember you

sunscreen and

Parking Ava

Water pistols a

Bombs are tota

during the para

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & S

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Child

Parade Trust ask that t

be responsible for its

safety at all times whil

Meter shrouds and sig

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR

INCONVENIENCE CAU

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING TH

CCC Car Parking avail

for map, charges and

https://www.parkoped

carpark/105_worcester

CHRISTCHU

SUNDAY 2ND

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMA

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions:

Remember your su

sunscreen and wat

Parking Availa

Water pistols and

Bombs are totally

during the parade

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Safe

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Children’s

Parade Trust ask that the ge

be responsible for its own a

safety at all times while vie

Meter shrouds and signs w

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PA

CCC Car Parking available

for map, charges and open

https://www.parkopedia.co.n

carpark/105_worcester_st/80

CHRISTCHUR

SUNDAY 2ND D

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS P

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

Bombs are totally prohibited

during the parade

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Safety

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manches

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closu

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Bus Service:

No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

Bombs are totally prohibited

during the parade

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Safety

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be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

SORS:

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

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No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

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during the parade

The Event of

d Weather:

Health & Safety

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

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LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

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MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

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BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

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Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

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Water pistols and Water

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In The Event of

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Health & Safety

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The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

IPAL SPONSORS:

PARTNERS

ORS

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

ntertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

Bombs are totally prohibited

during the parade

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Safety

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com

www.christchurchsantaparade.n

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchu

@SChristchurch

Sponsors:

Bus Service:

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

THE CHRISTCHURC

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules w

be operating.

Timetable information availab

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and ta

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Para

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONE

DECISION WILL NOT

BEFORE NOON, LIST

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM

OR GO TO: www.face

www.christchurchsan

Twitter: Santa Parade

@SChristchurch

Sponsors:

Bus Service:

In The Event

Bad Weather

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

THE CHRI

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday sc

be operating.

Timetable informati

at metroinfo.co.nz o

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hass

the bus”

The Bus Interchange

2 blocks away from

route!

Entertainment

From

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes

to St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffi c

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)


NOR’WEST NEWS Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

Tuesday December 3 2019 7

News

Rangi Ruru take out water polo title

RANGI RURU Girls’ School

junior water polo team are the

best in the South Island, after

winning the South Island junior

secondary schools water polo

tournament for the second year

in a row.

The team played six roundrobin

games held at Blenheim’s

Marlborough Lines Stadium 2000

last weekend and went through

the rounds undefeated.

A fierce contest in the final

against Marlborough Girls’ College,

with the college having the

home advantage, saw the Rangi

side stay composed to take the

game and title with a 7-6 win.

Rangi retained the title the

team won in 2018, and students

Aggie Weston and Hayley Bond

were named in the tournament

team.

The team’s South Island title

came a week after beating St

Margaret’s College to win the

Canterbury title.

Rangi’s director of sport,

Mandy Anderson was proud of

the development of the water

polo programme at the school

over the last two years.

“I’d like to acknowledge all of

our coaches, and particularly Zoli

Boros, the New Zealand men’s

and secondary schoolboys water

polo coach, who is a significant

addition to our coaching talent at

Rangi.”

POWER: Rangi Ruru’s Aggie

Weston was named in the

tournament team following

a win at the South Island

secondary school water polo

tournament in Blenheim last

weekend. PHOTO: LAMIRANA

PHOTOGRAPHY

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attracted a good crowd. The Bishopdale Skate

Jam was also held on November 24, where

people were able to make suggestions on

what they would like included in the new skate

park. Families were entertained by archery,

henna tattoos, climbing towers, a bouncy

castle, and even the chance to test their speed

against a police radar gun, as well as food and

local stalls.

Young dancers from MexidaNZ entertained the crowd.

The Scoil Rince Kay-Hallissey Irish Dancers

showcased their talent.

The Isleworth School kapa haka group were

among performers.

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Email claire.booker@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Tuesday, 1-3pm, at Bishopdale,

Wednesday, 1-2.30pm, at

Redwood, Thursday, 1.30-

3.30pm, at Fendalton, and

Friday, 10am-noon, at Papanui

Take your knitting, crochet or

other craft projects and have fun

with a social group. This is a free,

drop-in event.

Bishopdale, Redwood,

Fendalton and Papanui libraries

Housie

Wednesday, 7.15pm

Go along for a social night out

and play housie as a fundraiser for

the Christchurch United Football

Club. Food and drink available for

purchase.

Papanui League Clubrooms,

53 Sawyers Arms Rd

SeniorNet

December 10, 7pm

SeniorNet Papanui will host

an open forum for people to

go along and learn about all

things technology. Learn how to

use your smartphone, tablet or

laptop and the mysteries of the

internet. Phone 359 9586.

310 Sawyers Arms Rd, Papanui

GenConnect

Tuesday, 12.15-12.45pm

If you have questions about

your iPad, smartphone or tablet,

head down to GenConnect

where Papanui High School

students will help you for free.

Papanui Library

Rummikub

Thursday, 1-2.30pm at

Fendalton, Monday, 1-3pm at

Bishopdale

Play rummikub – an exciting,

interactive strategy game. Free,

drop-in event.

Fendalton and Bishopdale

libraries

Scrabble

Tuesday, 10.30-noon, at

Redwood, Wednesday, 1-3pm, at

Bishopdale, and 1.30-3.30pm, at

Shirley

Play Scrabble with a friendly

group. Head along when you

can. No bookings required. All

materials supplied. Free event.

Redwood, Bishopdale and

Shirley libraries

Bolivia card game

Thursday, 1-3pm

Learn a new game. Cards and

cardholders are supplied. Phone

941 7923 for more information.

Bishopdale Library

Christmas Carols singalong

December 18, 6pm

A Christmas carol singalong

will be held on Tuesday,

December 18 by the tennis

courts at Redwood Park. Carols

will start at 6 pm, and there

will be a free sausage sizzle and

activities for kids.

Redwood Park

Senior mens’ exercise group

Friday, 11-11.45am

Low impact exercise classes

designed for seniors. Wear

something comfortable and turn

up – no registrations required.

Participants are asked to bring a

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Deck the halls

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Driftwood painted white with LED lights

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Tinsel town

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Tasty Bites

Plant-based Middle

Eastern flavours

KIDSTUFF

Unique family

focused dance

studio

You have to make

this dish! Eggplant

would have to be our

favourite vegetable.

Slow-roasting eggplant

in smoked paprika and

pomegranate molasses

makes the flesh

deliciously soft and

bursting with Middle

Eastern flavours.

Cauliflower and tahini

add a creamy richness,

which is so delicious

with the punchy vibrant

salsa. If you are serving

this as a side dish, we

recommend pairing it

with slow-cooked lamb.

Pomegranate eggplant

with cauliflower tahini

puree & pine nut mint

salsa

Serves 2 as a main or 4 as

a side

Ingredients

Roast cauliflower + puree

1 head cauliflower

olive oil

sea salt

2 Tbsp tahini

juice of 1 lemon

1 clove garlic, crushed

1 tsp sea salt

Eggplant

2 eggplants

4 Tbsp olive oil

2 tsp ground smoked

paprika

2 Tbsp pomegranate

molasses

sea salt and pepper

Salsa

2 Tbsp pine nuts, toasted

¼ cup pomegranate seeds

¼ cup green olives, pitted

and roughly chopped

1 Tbsp hemp oil or extra

virgin olive oil

zest and juice of lemon

handful mint leaves, finely

chopped

sea salt

To serve

rocket, tahini, smoked paprika

Directions

To make the roast

cauliflower

Heat oven to 200 deg C.

Finely cut up the

cauliflower and place on a

baking tray. Drizzle with

olive oil and salt, and mix

well.

Roast in the oven for

about 20-25min, or until

soft and golden. Once

cooked, remove from the

oven and allow to cool.

For the puree

Place ¾ of the roasted

cauliflower in a blender,

along with the tahini,

lemon juice,

garlic and sea

salt. Blend

until it is a

smooth puree.

Set aside.

If you like

an extracrispy

cauliflower garnish, return

the remaining roasted

cauliflower to the oven and

grill for 4-5min to make it

extra crispy. Alternatively,

leave as is.

For the eggplant

Cut each eggplant in half

lengthways, then criss-cross

the white flesh with a knife.

Place on a baking tray, skin

side down.

In a cup, mix together the

olive oil, smoked paprika,

pomegranate molasses and

salt and pepper. Pour the

mixture over the eggplants,

and generously rub into the

eggplants with your hands.

Sprinkle with some extra

salt before placing in the

oven. Bake at 200 deg C. for

about 40min.

For the salsa

Combine all of the

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To serve

Spoon the cauliflower

puree on to each plate.

Place some rocket on the

bottom then add the baked

eggplant on top. Add a

generous spoonful of salsa

and a drizzle of tahini.

Lastly, sprinkle over

smoked paprika.

Anna Lee School of Dance offers

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ALSD has a proven history of students

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HEALTH & AWARENESS

Treatment offered for

headaches, facial and jaw pain

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The red areas are

the areas you feel

the pain, The black

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knots that cause the

pain in the red areas.

Physical Sense Gym and Physio, located in Colombo Street

Sydenham, focuses both on helping people stay physically fit and

healthy, and helping people to overcome various health problems.

As physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk

explains, when our muscles tighten this

can refer pain to many of these areas

around the face and head. Dehydration

can be the catalyst for tightening the neck

muscle (SCM), which causes pain in the

ear, forehead and round the eye and jaw

joint areas. Tightening of the temporalis

muscle can refer pain to the teeth, which

can be confusing when the person visits

the dentist to have it seen to and the dentist

can’t find a reason for the recurring pain.

Teeth grinding at night and teeth

clenching during the day are also a major

cause of muscle tightening.

Physiotherapy treatment for these

problems is based on deactivating the

‘trigger points’ through hands-on massage

therapy to relax the muscles, which is the

least invasive and a very effective form

of treatment. Dry needling is another

technique used for muscle relaxation,

but is only used with the client’s consent,

Ietje says.

“We release the muscles to give

immediate relief, and at the same time

work on the cause. For example, we have

a feedback headband that is worn at night

to help people to learn not to clench their

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Love the life you choose

Morning Tea and Tour

Thursday 5 December, 10am

Summerset at Avonhead

120 Hawthornden Road, Avonhead

Summerset on Cavendish

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0800 SUMMER

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Love the life

you choose

When you move into a Summerset retirement village, you’re not

just moving house – you’re joining a vibrant, safe and welcoming

community where you’ll feel completely at home.

At Summerset, we put you at the heart of everything

we do, so you can enjoy the freedom of living the life

you choose.

The perfect home is waiting for you. From villas and townhouses, to

apartments – you’ll find a place to make your own. Our homes are

accessible, beautifully-appointed, and there are no worries about

maintenance or upkeep as we take care of it all for you. Pets are also

welcome, and there’s the added assurance of going away on holiday

knowing your home will be safe and secure. We’ll also make sure you’re

aware of all costs, giving you the certainty that there won’t be any

unexpected surprises.

When it comes to activities and events, there’s always something

happening to keep our Summerset community involved, active and

entertained, and you can choose to do as much or as little as you like.

If you need some extra care or support, our continuum of care means

we’ll be there for you as your needs change, giving you the peace of

mind to continue living life to its fullest.

Over 5,000 residents are already enjoying the Summerset life across

26 villages throughout New Zealand. If you’re interested in Summerset

for yourself or a family member, come and visit one of our three

Christchurch villages to find out more about the Summerset life.

Avonhead and Casebrook

Morning Tea and Tour

Thursday 5 December, 10am

To find your nearest Summerset village,

visit summerset.co.nz


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Love the Summerset life

Love the Choice

At Summerset, you’ll find a wide range of homes specifically designed

for the over 70s. Choose from one of our stylish, modern, purposebuilt

homes, then make it your own. All our homes are designed with

accessibility as a priority.

Love the Community

At Summerset, you can continue to live the life you choose with the

added peace of mind of living in a warm and friendly community where

you’ll feel completely at home.

As a Summerset resident, you’ll enjoy all the benefits of being part of

a thriving community including easy access to village facilities, events,

activities and community spaces. And there’s support on hand should

you need it in the future.

Love the Confidence

At a Summerset village you can live fully independently or, should

you need it, you can receive support and care in your own home or

apartment, or in our fully certified care centre. So, if your needs change,

you can be confident you’ll get the support you need without having to

leave the village.

As a Summerset resident, you’ll have access to a range

of community facilities, including;

To find out more about our Christchurch villages,

call 0800 SUMMER (786 637) or visit summerset.co.nz

Divine Café

Exercise room

Communal vegetable

gardens

Residents’ bar

All-weather bowling green

Residents’ workshop

Hair and beauty salon

Swimming pool and/or

spa pool

Regular visits from

health practitioners

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NOR’WEST NEWS

Love the freedom at

our Christchurch villages

Brand-new homes available now!

Living at Summerset means being part of a vibrant, welcoming community,

where you can choose to be involved as much or as little as you like. Our residents

quickly discover how our unique village life enables them to continue to love the

life they choose.

The village centres will be the community hub of both our Avonhead and

Casebrook villages, and will feature a range of facilities including a hair and beauty

salon and indoor pool, plus a care centre and state-of-the-art Memory Care

Centre for those living with dementia. Come along to our Morning Tea and Tour to

find the home that’s right for you. We’ll take you through village plans and pricing,

and answer any questions you may have.

If you would like to get some information prior, you can make an appointment with

our friendly team or call in and visit at a time that suits you - we’re open 7 days.

Morning Tea

and Tour

Thursday 5 December,

10am

Summerset at Avonhead

120 Hawthornden Road,

Avonhead

Summerset on Cavendish

147 Cavendish Road,

Casebrook

To find out more about Summerset, call us on

0800 SUMMER (786 637) or visit summerset.co.nz

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