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TUESDAY, DECEMBER <strong>10</strong>, <strong>2019</strong><br />

Connecting Your Community<br />

starnews.co.nz<br />

Reg’s Royal<br />

cooking<br />

buddy<br />

A magical<br />

children’s<br />

tale<br />

Sunday 22<br />

March 2020<br />

Page 3 Page 5<br />

city2surf.co.nz<br />

Clock Tower<br />

damage<br />

extensive<br />

PHOTO: IAN KNOTT<br />

THE NEW Brighton Clock<br />

Tower needs more extensive<br />

repairs than originally planned.<br />

While contractors have been<br />

working on the restoration of<br />

the earthquake damaged clock<br />

tower, they have found the<br />

concrete is in a worse condition<br />

than initial engineering investigations<br />

suggested.<br />

The same situation has been<br />

found at the Scarborough Clock<br />

Tower, which is also undergoing<br />

repairs caused by earthquake<br />

damage.<br />

City council head of parks<br />

Andrew Rutledge says more extensive<br />

testing has revealed the<br />

need for extra repairs to both<br />

clock towers.<br />

“Both clock towers are about<br />

90 years old and were built at<br />

a time when concrete was a<br />

different quality than we would<br />

expect today,” Mr Rutledge said.<br />

“It was common local<br />

practice in the early 1900s to<br />

mix cement with small stones,<br />

most likely sourced from rivers<br />

around Canterbury. Being<br />

round, the cement didn’t stick<br />

to the stones properly and over<br />

time has created hollow spaces<br />

and cavities inside the concrete,<br />

known as “honeycombing”.<br />

Moisture from the elements<br />

and decades of exposure to<br />

a harsh coastal environment<br />

has penetrated these areas and<br />

caused significant corrosion to<br />

the structural steel.<br />

“There are concerns over the<br />

state of the concrete at the New<br />

Brighton Clock Tower, where<br />

large areas of ‘honeycombing’<br />

have been discovered,” he said.<br />

“We have found issues with<br />

the concrete on the underside<br />

of the first floor slab at Scarborough,<br />

which supports the upper<br />

tower.<br />

“To ensure the seismic<br />

strength of these towers, we<br />

have to replace all the defective<br />

concrete and add reinforcement.<br />

“We need to carry out full<br />

repairs to secure the longevity<br />

of both heritage clock towers.”<br />

The landmark clock towers,<br />

which date back to the 1930s,<br />

have been fenced since early last<br />

year.<br />

Both suffered structural<br />

damage during the 20<strong>10</strong>-11<br />

earthquakes.<br />

New Brighton requires the<br />

most repairs but the clock faces<br />

on both towers also need work.<br />

Restoration work on the<br />

Scarborough clock tower will<br />

continue until February next<br />

year, while we expect repairs to<br />

the New Brighton clock tower<br />

to be completed by March.<br />

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Cycling trip for grandad<br />

Holly Ffowcs Williams and William Hickford are cycling across<br />

the country to raise money for Alzheimers New Zealand and<br />

people like William’s grandad, Roy Pemberton.<br />

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Meet Santa on the Beach at <strong>10</strong>.15am and<br />

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Shop around our Seaside Market for your<br />

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We have a huge array of arts, crafts,<br />

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• Concert begins after the Parade, Santa’s Grotto opens at approx 11:30am<br />

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PEGASUS POST Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz<br />

Tuesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2019</strong> 3<br />

News<br />

Reg’s Royal cooking buddy<br />

• By Sophie Cornish<br />

REG STEDMAN is usually<br />

lively and full of jokes – but the<br />

92-year-old was left speechless<br />

when he was joined by a special<br />

sous chef during his cooking<br />

class.<br />

The Duchess of Cornwall visited<br />

the cooking course Mr Stedman<br />

was on during her visit with Prince<br />

Charles to Christchurch.<br />

Everyone on the course had<br />

been vetted by police prior to the<br />

visit, so he knew Camilla would<br />

be there.<br />

But Mr Stedman was a little<br />

more than surprised when he<br />

was placed next to Camilla as<br />

they prepared a bean salad.<br />

Mr Stedman, who hails from<br />

Essex in England, and came to<br />

New Zealand in 1958 to marry<br />

his pen pal, was lost for words<br />

standing next to Camilla.<br />

“Backward in coming forward,”<br />

he said.<br />

“It never dawned on me, I was<br />

surprised, I thought ‘what have I<br />

done to deserve this?<br />

“I’m quite a retiring person, it<br />

wouldn’t have bothered me if I<br />

had been standing behind two or<br />

three people.”<br />

Mr Stedman shook Camilla’s<br />

hand and spoke with her about<br />

her farm in Gloucestershire, and<br />

whether the food was organic.<br />

“In hindsight, I realised all eyes<br />

were probably on me because I<br />

was with the knife!,” he said of<br />

the security staff which follow<br />

the Royals.<br />

After the cooking demonstration<br />

at the Salvation Army building in<br />

the central city, Camilla helped<br />

to launch the new Senior Chef<br />

cookbook, Easy Recipes for One<br />

or Two.<br />

Senior Chef, is a free programme<br />

for older people living<br />

alone or with one other person<br />

and is funded by the Canterbury<br />

District Health Board and<br />

<strong>Pegasus</strong> Health.<br />

It has a focus on connecting<br />

the community, combating loneliness<br />

and providing a new sense<br />

of purpose.<br />

Active ageing is a key focus of<br />

Camilla’s work, who said she was<br />

“delighted” to be at the event,<br />

during their six-day visit of New<br />

Zealand.<br />

“It’s a real pleasure to be for<br />

once surrounded by people my<br />

age. I’m feeling a lot better and<br />

I’m so impressed by everything<br />

you’re doing here.<br />

“I do think it is so important as<br />

you grow older to be able to cook.<br />

MASTERCHEF: Reg Stedman was lost for words when the Duchess of Cornwall appeared beside<br />

him at his cooking class.<br />

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4 Tuesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2019</strong><br />

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Cycling trip for grandad<br />

• By Matt Slaughter<br />

WILLIAM HICKFORD’S<br />

grandad Roy Pemberton cycled<br />

the length of New Zealand to<br />

raise money for St John New<br />

Zealand seven years ago.<br />

Now, William will do the same<br />

to raise money for people like Mr<br />

Pemberton, who was diagnosed<br />

with dementia earlier this year.<br />

The year 13 Cashmere High<br />

School student will be joined by<br />

his friend since childhood, fellow<br />

Cashmere student Holly Ffowcs<br />

Williams on the South Island leg<br />

of the ride.<br />

They have started a Givealittle<br />

page aiming to raise $<strong>10</strong>,000 for<br />

Alzheimer’s New Zealand and<br />

are calling themselves Team<br />

Wolly.<br />

Said William: “Since he [Mr<br />

Pemberton] got diagnosed with<br />

dementia this year, I thought I<br />

just wanted to help support him<br />

and what our family’s going<br />

through because it’s quite a<br />

tough time so I just wanted to<br />

give back to him by raising funds<br />

for Alzheimers New Zealand.”<br />

William will start his ride at<br />

Cape Reinga on <strong>December</strong> 28<br />

and bike about <strong>10</strong>0km a day until<br />

January 23, when he estimates<br />

he will finish the about 3000km<br />

journey to the bottom of the<br />

South Island.<br />

Holly will meet William on<br />

January 8 in Picton and they will<br />

ride to the finish line together.<br />

Holly said she was inspired<br />

to join William on part of his<br />

journey after seeing the effects<br />

of Alzheimer’s and dementia<br />

first-hand in a volunteer role she<br />

does.<br />

“In the past few years, I’ve<br />

been a volunteer at a Nurse<br />

FUNDRAISER: Holly Ffowcs Williams and William Hickford are<br />

cycling across the country to raise money for Alzheimers New<br />

Zealand and people like William’s grandad, Roy Pemberton<br />

(above).<br />

Maude Hospice Shop in<br />

Christchurch and we get a lot<br />

of customers who are from<br />

lots of different retirement villages<br />

across Christchurch and<br />

a few have come in with family<br />

members that have had dementia<br />

and Alzheimer’s, so it’s just been<br />

really heartbreaking to see, she<br />

said.<br />

“I think putting my love<br />

cycling towards something like<br />

this, it’s the way I can [help].”<br />

Holly said the ride will be hard<br />

work but the cause she and William<br />

are riding for will make it<br />

worth it.<br />

“The most of done in one day<br />

has been about 112km and some<br />

days we’re doing at least <strong>10</strong>0km<br />

with a good radical climb, so it’s<br />

going to be really mentally challenging<br />

but I think you’ve got to<br />

remember why you’re doing it.”<br />

William said his grandad and<br />

granny Hilda Pemberton are<br />

appreciative of what he is setting<br />

out to do.<br />

“My granny’s very proud of me<br />

obviously trying to help support<br />

him [Mr Pemberton] as much<br />

as possible. My grandad’s just<br />

pretty happy that I’m riding a<br />

road bike instead of a mountain<br />

bike. He’s always being trying to<br />

convert me to road bikes so he’s<br />

quite stoked that I’m doing it on<br />

a road bike for him.”<br />

William said what he is doing<br />

would also not be possible without<br />

support from his mum and<br />

dad Kim and Jon Hickford, who<br />

have helped organise the ride.<br />

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PEGASUS POST Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz<br />

Tuesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2019</strong> 5<br />

News<br />

Children’s tale will appeal to all ages<br />

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding<br />

A HIGH-PROFILE cast of<br />

performers have been brought in<br />

to re-tell the magical children’s<br />

tale of The Wind in the Willows.<br />

Playing the complex, starring<br />

role of Toad is Cameron Rhodes<br />

in The Court Theatre’s summer<br />

season of the production.<br />

While he claims he has never<br />

had a “big break” in his more<br />

than 30-year<br />

career, Rhodes<br />

has appeared<br />

in major films<br />

associated to<br />

New Zealand<br />

including The<br />

Cameron<br />

Rhodes<br />

Lord of The<br />

Rings and The<br />

Chronicles of<br />

Narnia: The<br />

Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe<br />

​.<br />

But while Rhodes, 52, said he<br />

loves film, “there is something<br />

about theatre you can’t compare<br />

it to.”<br />

“A play like this (The Wind<br />

in the Willows) you can do on<br />

screen but it wouldn’t be the<br />

same,” he said.<br />

Published as a children’s<br />

novel in 1908 by Scottish novelist<br />

Kenneth Grahame, the story,<br />

adapted by Alan Bennett, focuses<br />

on four anthropomorphised<br />

animals including Toad.<br />

The show tells the tale of Toad<br />

CHARISMATIC: Cameron Rhodes as the charming but selfcentred<br />

Toad in The Court Theatre’s summer season of The<br />

Wind in the Willows. ​<br />

destroying the serenity of the<br />

English countryside with a motor<br />

vehicle.<br />

His obsession with racing<br />

expensive cars puts the future of<br />

his and his friend’s home in peril<br />

when it leads to wicked weasels<br />

taking over.<br />

“He is privileged and charismatic<br />

but he is a bit like a child<br />

who hasn’t had any boundaries<br />

put on him . . . I can be like<br />

that. It is possible when I was a<br />

bit younger I liked to party for<br />

days. Obviously you can’t sustain<br />

that,” Rhodes said.<br />

A Toi Whakaari: New Zealand<br />

Drama School graduate, he said<br />

although the story is a children’s<br />

tale there are important themes<br />

– particularly on protecting the<br />

environment and the power of<br />

friendship.<br />

“It has got a real company feel<br />

. . . I haven’t been in a cast this<br />

big I don’t think for years. It is<br />

huge, the set and costumes. I<br />

have not been to a set like this, it<br />

has got three revolving stages. It<br />

is spectacular.”<br />

It is not the first time Rhodes<br />

has performed with The Court<br />

Theatre. In 2017 he played a key<br />

role in comedy-thriller Ropable.<br />

Growing up, it didn’t take<br />

long for Rhodes to work out he<br />

wanted to do performing full<br />

time.<br />

“My mother got me into<br />

speech and drama for confidence<br />

I think and I just really liked it<br />

CLASSIC<br />

TALE:<br />

Leading cast<br />

members<br />

in the<br />

production.<br />

•The Wind in the Willows<br />

will be performed at The<br />

Court Theatre until January<br />

18. To book tickets go to<br />

https://courttheatre.org.nz<br />

. . . I just knew at about 14 or 15<br />

this is what I want to do forever.”<br />

Rhodes said the reality of acting<br />

is job security is “zero” but<br />

there is the opportunity to work<br />

in many different jobs if a person<br />

enjoys variety<br />

In March, he will perform in<br />

Black Lover in Auckland which<br />

depicts the life of Sir Garfield<br />

Todd who was Prime Minister of<br />

Rhodesia from 1953 to 1958.<br />

From there he will travel back<br />

to Los Angeles to try his luck.<br />

“It is the old question people<br />

ask, should I do it? And it is not<br />

should you, you have to do it,<br />

you haven’t got a choice.”


6 Tuesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2019</strong><br />

Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz<br />

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Christmas wishes<br />

from the team at Harcourts Gold<br />

Parklands and New Brighton<br />

The team at Harcourts<br />

Gold Parklands and New<br />

Brighton would like to<br />

take this opportunity to<br />

wish you all a very happy<br />

and safe Christmas.<br />

Nikila Creagh<br />

HARCOURTS GOLD EASTSIDE SALES MANAGER<br />

Tis the Season.…<br />

As <strong>2019</strong> comes to a close I, like<br />

so many others, tend to reflect<br />

on what we have managed to<br />

accomplish throughout the past<br />

year. I also look forward to that<br />

New Year clean slate, and what<br />

2020 (and a new decade) might<br />

hold for us moving ahead.<br />

It has been a year of change and challenge for our<br />

teams at both the Parklands and New Brighton offices.<br />

On a positive note, the property market, I believe,<br />

is now showing early signs of a new growth phase<br />

in Christchurch. Supply across the marketplace has<br />

been light throughout the year, whilst demand has<br />

remained strong, in particular regarding the uninsured<br />

‘as is’ market.<br />

Our consultants are constantly upskilling and continuing<br />

to gather further knowledge in and around a wide variety<br />

of property. Specific expertise concerning problematic<br />

property has lead to considerable success and positive<br />

results for clients this past year. Our most successful<br />

campaigns have simply derived from sheer hard work,<br />

utilising specialist databases, superior knowledge right<br />

across the marketplace, and making the most of the<br />

wider Harcourts network.<br />

Further development has meant that our local<br />

community is starting to settle and thrive, and it<br />

is satisfying and exciting to see numerous lengthy<br />

projects coming to fruition which will benefit our<br />

community and the people that live here.<br />

It has been such a pleasure to be able to give back to a<br />

variety of community groups this past year by way of<br />

volunteering time, goods, or financially via our Harcourts<br />

Foundation Grants. Should you be involved with a<br />

not for profit organisation that could do with some<br />

assistance, please feel free to contact us in 2020.<br />

Should you be looking to make a career change in the<br />

New Year, it may be of interest to know that we are<br />

seeking new additions to join our award winning team.<br />

Whether you are an established consultant, or if you are<br />

a self-starter who likes a challenge, with an interest in<br />

property and people, give me a call for a confidential<br />

chat. Nikila ph. 0275175645.<br />

Despite our offices being closed briefly over the holiday<br />

period, our consultants will be available and happy to<br />

assist during this time. Contact our after-hours service<br />

and we will put you in touch with one of the team.<br />

We wish you and your family all the very best for a<br />

safe, happy Christmas and New Year and look forward<br />

to helping you achieve your property goals in 2020.<br />

A tremendous thank-you to all those who have sold,<br />

bought and/or referred us to friends and colleagues<br />

throughout the current year.<br />

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!<br />

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Tuesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2019</strong> 7<br />

News<br />

Young humanitarian wins<br />

Fred Hollows award<br />

• By Claire Booker<br />

BEN DOWDLE has been<br />

recognised in New Zealand’s<br />

first-ever Fred Hollows Humanity<br />

Awards.<br />

The Mairehau Primary School<br />

pupil was presented a certificate<br />

last Friday at a school assembly.<br />

The awards, which were open<br />

to all Year 6 students throughout<br />

New Zealand, are part of a global<br />

movement created to acknowledge<br />

passionate children striving to<br />

improve the world around them.<br />

A spokeswoman from the Fred<br />

Hollows Foundation said humanity<br />

in New Zealand’s young people<br />

was “deeply evident” in the<br />

large number of students across<br />

the country who were nominated<br />

for the awards.<br />

Said assistant principal<br />

Amanda Chisnall, who nominated<br />

Ben for the award: “Ben is a<br />

kind and caring student who goes<br />

out of his way to help others. He<br />

embodies our Mairehau Primary<br />

School values of respect, believe,<br />

aspire and achieve.<br />

“Nothing is ever an issue for<br />

Ben. He always puts in 1<strong>10</strong> per<br />

cent effort into everything that<br />

he sets his mind to. Ben truly embodies<br />

the values of compassion,<br />

integrity and kindness.”<br />

YOUNG ACHIEVER:<br />

Mairehau Primary<br />

School assistant<br />

principal Amanda<br />

Chisnall was<br />

pleased to see<br />

Year 6 student Ben<br />

Dowdle presented<br />

with a Fred Hollows<br />

Humanity Award by<br />

William McGrath<br />

from Specsavers. ​<br />

About 70 students were nominated<br />

for the awards across New<br />

Zealand, and Ben said it was an<br />

honour to receive the certificate.<br />

He “felt special that not everyone<br />

could be nominated” and is<br />

looking to develop his leadership<br />

skills within the school.<br />

“It’s nice to receive awards for<br />

the effort that is put in,” he said.<br />

13-year-old<br />

achieves dream<br />

MONET SCHUTTE has achieved<br />

her dream at 13-years-old.<br />

From a very young age, Monet<br />

has had a dream to perform<br />

internationally.<br />

And last week, she received a<br />

standing ovation at the Vienna<br />

Concert Hall in Austria after<br />

performing her original song,<br />

Like You Did Before.<br />

“Singing on stage in Vienna<br />

was a dream come true. I am so<br />

excited that I now have reached<br />

one of my musical goals. It was<br />

the first song I ever wrote, and<br />

it has a very special meaning,”<br />

Monet said.<br />

Written about a friend with<br />

depression, the song won the International<br />

Sounds of Children’s<br />

Rights Songwriting Competition<br />

held in Austria.<br />

She was awarded two prestigious<br />

gold coin awards for her<br />

achievement.<br />

She wrote and recorded the<br />

song with her mentor Sacha Vee<br />

at SOLE Music Academy earlier<br />

this year and decided to enter it<br />

into the competition sponsored<br />

by UNICEF.<br />

Said Monet: “One of my<br />

friends, unfortunately, suffers<br />

from depression and so I wrote<br />

this song about how I tried to<br />

IMPRESSIVE: Monet Schutte,<br />

13, performed her song Like<br />

You Did Before at the Vienna<br />

Concert Hall, Austria and won<br />

the International Sounds of<br />

Children’s Rights Songwriting<br />

Competition. ​<br />

help.”<br />

When Monet received the<br />

news she had made it to the top<br />

<strong>10</strong> contestants from around the<br />

world, she only had two months<br />

to prepare for the trip and get<br />

performance-ready.<br />

This was a challenge, since<br />

Monet had to learn piano to accompany<br />

herself.<br />

However, with the guidance<br />

from Vee she put in the time and<br />

is now reaping the reward.


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Swainson, Tainui scoop<br />

Woolston boxing awards<br />

• By Jacob Page<br />

THE WOOLSTON Boxing Club<br />

capped a stellar year of growth<br />

and achievement with their<br />

annual awards.<br />

Woolston now has the most<br />

registered competitive boxers in<br />

the South Island and had four<br />

New Zealand representatives<br />

and a national coach plus eight<br />

Canterbury team members as<br />

well as two boxers who are on the<br />

Olympic prospect list for next<br />

year.<br />

Hamuera Tainui and Trevor<br />

Swainson each won multiple<br />

awards.<br />

Tainui earned most wins<br />

for the year with seven, most<br />

scientific boxer and best at all<br />

championships honours.<br />

Head coach Holly Sullivan<br />

said she was keen to find more<br />

international fights for him after<br />

he went to Australia three times<br />

in the past 12 months.<br />

“It would be good for him<br />

to get used to travelling longer<br />

distances and having to fight so<br />

a possible trip to Ireland is something<br />

I’m working on.<br />

“Hams has really improved<br />

his fitness this year, but he’s a<br />

very scientific boxer and he’s a<br />

southpaw so that helps him in<br />

the ring,” she said.<br />

Swainson was named most<br />

improved boxer and also earned<br />

ON THE UP: The Woolston Boxing Club has celebrated one of<br />

its biggest years of growth with their annual awards. ​<br />

the best performance of <strong>2019</strong>.<br />

“There’s never any issue with<br />

Trev’s desire, fitness or work<br />

ethic but the 91kg elite class is a<br />

very competitive one,” Sullivan<br />

said.<br />

“He will target a national title<br />

next year and he will work hard<br />

to earn it.”<br />

Crissy Reid was named female<br />

boxer of the year after a standout<br />

nationals campaign and also won<br />

best international fighter.<br />

Awards:<br />

Most Wins - Hamuera Tainui<br />

Best female - Chrissy Reid<br />

Mini cadet of the year Bobby<br />

Brown<br />

Most improved cadet - Ryley<br />

Sutherland and Azury Ormsby<br />

Most improved junior - Te Atetangi<br />

Paris<br />

Most improved youth - Patrick<br />

Liptrott<br />

Most improved elite - Trevor<br />

Swainson<br />

Gamest tryer - Philippa White<br />

Best challenge - Oliver Bristowe<br />

Most scientific - Hamuera Tainui<br />

Best performance - Trevor<br />

Swainson<br />

Best at all championships - Hamuera<br />

Tainui<br />

Best international - Chrissy Reid<br />

• By Jacob Page<br />

LUCIA GALE has impressed at<br />

the New Zealand junior tennis<br />

championships at the Scabro<br />

Centre in Auckland.<br />

The Cashmere club player<br />

was competing in the 12s<br />

age-group. Lucia and her<br />

Auckland-based partner Jamie<br />

MacKenzie won the mixed<br />

doubles in convincing fashion.<br />

The top-seeded duo dropped<br />

just two games in their three<br />

matches and won the final<br />

4-0, 4-0 in 37min against No<br />

2 seeds Max Richardson and<br />

Chelsea Wijntjes.<br />

She made it to the semi-finals<br />

of the singles where she lost to<br />

Mahinarangi Warren 4-6,-3-6<br />

but she did bounce-back to win<br />

the playoff for third by beating<br />

Chelsea once again, 6-3, 6-0.<br />

Lucia then teamed with<br />

club-mate Ruby McPhail in<br />

the doubles and lost a tough<br />

semifinal against Chelsea and<br />

her partner Xin Xin Zhu 6-3,<br />

4-6, 7-<strong>10</strong>.<br />

Her coach James Meredith<br />

said he was thrilled with the<br />

results and he hoped with another<br />

year in the age-group in<br />

2020, she would be able to push<br />

SPORT<br />

Lucia Gale impresses<br />

at junior nationals<br />

Lucia Gale ​<br />

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for the title.<br />

“She is quite slight, so some<br />

of the older girls are able to<br />

control the points by being<br />

more physical and using more<br />

spin,” he said.<br />

“As she grows, we’ll keep<br />

working on it and try to build<br />

her serve up as well because<br />

there are a few too many<br />

double-faults for my liking but<br />

that’s quite common at this<br />

grade.”<br />

Lucia will now compete<br />

represent New Zealand at the<br />

Tennis Australia nationals in<br />

Melbourne which start today<br />

which will be her fourth time<br />

representing her country<br />

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Tuesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2019</strong> 9<br />

WITH MARY IN FAITH<br />

TĀTOU KO MERE E WHAKAPONO ANA<br />

FROM THE BOARD<br />

As the school year draws to a close, it is wonderful to see students’ hard work and<br />

commitment honoured at prizegiving ceremonies. Well done on your achievements.<br />

This year the Board has been working closely with the Bishop and the Diocese Property<br />

Group in overseeing planning for our new school at Papanui in 2023. Alongside<br />

technical work, students and staff have been contributing, through workshops, a<br />

survey and providing input into the development of our cultural narrative, which will<br />

be reflected in the new school buildings and grounds.<br />

While this whole new layer of work progresses, Marian College continues to deliver<br />

high quality teaching and learning and providing wonderful opportunities and<br />

experiences for students. Thank you to Marian staff, Marian College Foundation,<br />

PTA, the Bishop and the Catholic Diocese of Christchurch for your support this year.<br />

We have been thrilled by the steady growth of Rauru – for past students and staff of<br />

Marian College, St Mary’s College Christchurch and McKillop College. To reconnect<br />

with us, please register on the Marian website and follow us on Facebook.<br />

Finally, congratulations to our <strong>2019</strong> graduates.<br />

We trust the gospel values will guide you well,<br />

as you venture forth beyond the school gates.<br />

We wish you all the very best.<br />

With blessings<br />

Jan Paterson, Chair<br />

Congratulations to Marian College Dux<br />

<strong>2019</strong> Rebecca Everingham (left) and<br />

Proxime Accessit Samantha Price (right).<br />

ESSAY WINNER<br />

CHRISTMAS HOME BAKING<br />

Congratulations to Malaika Sequeira who has won the Catholic Agency<br />

for Justice, Peace and Development prize, senior category. This<br />

year the essay and multimedia topic was Enabling Communities –<br />

Everyone has a part to play. Malaika’s winning essay described how<br />

to enable communities to ensure the spirit of participation is extended<br />

to everyone, regardless of intellectual, physical, mental or social<br />

challenges. She showed a sound understanding of the principles of<br />

Catholic Social Teaching, such as Human Dignity, the Common Good,<br />

Solidarity and Subsidiarity. Malaika won a cash prize for herself and her<br />

class and the Justice and Peace Cup for Marian to appreciate for a year.<br />

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The giving season lasts all year at Marian, with every student completing at<br />

least six hours of meaningful service within the school and community. Recently<br />

some of our Year 9 and <strong>10</strong> students organised gift-wrapped home baking and<br />

hand-made Christmas cards for families attending the Tafesilafa’i Early Learning<br />

Centre. Marian College has a long tradition of service – both students and staff are<br />

actively involved. Pictured here from left are Anna-Naina Aileone, Taylor Poole-<br />

Nicholas, Emma-Grace Bainbridge and TELC Manager Palepa Letiu. TELC is<br />

located alongside Marian College on Barbadoes Street.<br />

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Tuesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2019</strong> 11<br />

Sports hub receives top award<br />

SPORT<br />

NGA PUNA Wai Sports Hub<br />

has received top honours at<br />

the New Zealand Recreation<br />

Association awards.<br />

The hub, which combines<br />

facilities for athletics, hockey,<br />

rugby league and tennis, won<br />

the Outstanding Project Award<br />

at a ceremony in Hamilton on<br />

November 28.<br />

It was judged on the NZRA<br />

awards criteria of innovation,<br />

community engagement, excellence,<br />

efficiency, achievement<br />

and sustainability.<br />

Taiora QEll Recreation and<br />

Sport Centre also won a Merit<br />

Award in the same Outstanding<br />

Project category, which is for a<br />

successful development or major<br />

redevelopment of a facility.<br />

Nga Puna Wai began as a<br />

partnership project between<br />

Athletics Canterbury, Canterbury<br />

Hockey, Canterbury Rugby<br />

League and Tennis Canterbury,<br />

Sport Canterbury, and the city<br />

council.<br />

The venues and grounds used<br />

by these organisations were<br />

damaged by the earthquakes in<br />

20<strong>10</strong> and 2011 and athletes and<br />

RECOGNITION: Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub won the Outstanding Project Award at the New<br />

Zealand Recreation Association awards for its facilities which hosts rugby league, athletics,<br />

hockey and tennis.<br />

PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES<br />

players were having to travel<br />

outside Christchurch for suitable<br />

facilities.<br />

Creating a shared sporting<br />

hub was seen as the most costeffective<br />

way to rebuild multiple<br />

facilities rather than constructing<br />

them all separately.<br />

Nga Puna Wai, which is next<br />

to the Canterbury Agricultural<br />

Park in Wigram, opened in stages<br />

from late 2018 and has become<br />

the new home for the four sporting<br />

codes, as well as providing<br />

community playing fields.<br />

Nga Puna Wai Sports Trust<br />

chairman Paul Rogers said the<br />

partnership has led to a much<br />

better outcome than if each<br />

sports organisation, which uses it<br />

had built their own facilities.<br />

“The benefits include greater<br />

value for money, more stakeholder<br />

involvement and a greater<br />

sense of responsibility and ownership,<br />

said Mr Rogers.<br />

“Consultation with the local<br />

community and various partners<br />

was vital and it has happened<br />

through every step of the project<br />

from initial planning to completion.<br />

The outcome is that a grassy<br />

reserve has been transformed<br />

into a $54 million international<br />

standard sports facility.”<br />

Nga Puna Wai has already<br />

hosted the National Athletics<br />

Championships, which were<br />

held in Christchurch for the first<br />

time in <strong>10</strong> years, and international<br />

hockey event, the FIH Pro<br />

League series.<br />

Sport Canterbury chief executive<br />

Julyan Falloon said the hub<br />

is a massive boost for local sport.<br />

“It not only meets the needs<br />

of the local community, promoting<br />

participation across<br />

sporting codes, it also benefits<br />

the Christchurch economy attracting<br />

competitors and their<br />

supporters for national and<br />

international events being held<br />

here, he said.<br />

“On top of that, there’s wide<br />

exposure of Christchurch on television<br />

and live stream coverage<br />

of the events.”<br />

City council recreation and<br />

sports services manager David<br />

Bailey said the award is welcome<br />

recognition of the city council’s<br />

partnership with the local<br />

sporting community to create a<br />

regional sports facility.<br />

“Nga Puna Wai is a great<br />

example of how sporting codes,<br />

a local sports trust and a local<br />

authority can collaborate<br />

effectively,” said Mr Bailey.<br />

St Andrew’s a cut above the rest at<br />

Gillette Cup cricket tournament<br />

• By Gordon Findlater<br />

ST ANDREW’S College made<br />

history at Hagley Park last week<br />

by winning the country’s top<br />

prize in secondary school cricket<br />

for the first time.<br />

Playing Hamilton Boys’ High<br />

School in the final round top<br />

of the table Gillette Cup clash,<br />

the St Andrew’s first XI carded<br />

a 174-run victory to claim the<br />

piece of silverware for the first<br />

time in its 29-year history. This<br />

year is also the first time St Andrew’s<br />

had qualified for the six<br />

strong national tournament after<br />

winning their way through the<br />

Canterbury regional qualifiers<br />

which has been dominated by<br />

Christchurch Boys’ High School<br />

in recent years.<br />

“It’s bigger than all of us in the<br />

team, knowing that a lot of old<br />

boys that have been texting in<br />

support is great. It’s huge for the<br />

school,” said St Andrew’s captain<br />

Rhys Mariu.<br />

The moment St Andrew’s captured<br />

the win was extra special<br />

for St Andrew’s coach Mike<br />

Johnston, who has been with the<br />

first XI for close to two decades.<br />

“It’s been an amazing journey<br />

this year with these boys. It’s<br />

been 18 years I’ve been coaching<br />

St Andrew’s, it’s the first time<br />

we’ve been here and we’ve won<br />

it. We’ve just got a great team<br />

culture and they’ve worked for<br />

each other,” said Johnston.<br />

After being put into bat, St<br />

Andrew’s opening pair of Mariu<br />

and Harrison Darling made a<br />

composed start before picking<br />

up the run rate and producing<br />

what turned out to be a matchwinning<br />

opening stand of 142<br />

before Mariu fell for 89.<br />

The solid foundation allowed<br />

the team to reach 276/8 from<br />

their 50 overs.<br />

“We were really surprised<br />

that Hamilton put us into bat<br />

and Rhys [Mariu] and Harrison<br />

[Darling] set the tone this morning<br />

with some great batting and<br />

we knew if we got more than<br />

250 it was going to be too many<br />

for them to chase down,” said<br />

Johnston.<br />

St Andrew’s went about<br />

defending their total by restricting<br />

Hamilton Boys’ early in<br />

their chase which resulted in a<br />

required run rate of eight an over<br />

by the 20th over. The pressure<br />

eventually took its toll resulting<br />

in Hamilton Boys’ being dismissed<br />

for <strong>10</strong>2 in the 35th over.<br />

“We knew that is we set the<br />

right fields and bowled to them it<br />

was going to be really tough for<br />

them,” said Mariu.


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without even leaving your<br />

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

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

or coffee.<br />

Taiora: QE II Recreation and<br />

Sport Centre<br />

CV help<br />

Thursday, <strong>10</strong>-11.30am<br />

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Game Zone<br />

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm<br />

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ones. All children aged eight<br />

to 13 welcome, no bookings or<br />

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Friday, 1.30-3.30pm<br />

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Culture Exchange<br />

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm<br />

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Christchurch.<br />

Shirley Library<br />

New Brighton Seaside<br />

Market<br />

Saturday, <strong>10</strong>am-2pm<br />

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face-painting.<br />

New Brighton Pedestrian<br />

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Monday, 1.30pm<br />

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Vegan alternatives to favourite dishes<br />

Taco lovers - you owe it to<br />

yourselves to indulge in these<br />

delicious meatless tacos.<br />

These can also be enjoyed<br />

with soft tortillas<br />

Tacos de Hongo<br />

(Mushroom Tacos)<br />

Serves 2<br />

Ingredients<br />

For the black beans<br />

1 can black beans, drained and<br />

rinsed<br />

For the mushroom filling<br />

6 cloves garlic, finely chopped<br />

vegetable stock<br />

30 button mushrooms, stemmed<br />

and chopped<br />

2 ½ Tbsp (non-spicy) chilli powder<br />

1 ½ Tbsp paprika (plus more for<br />

tomato salad)<br />

1 Tbsp dried minced onion<br />

sea salt<br />

¼ cup fresh lime juice (from<br />

about 2 limes), divided<br />

2 ½ Tbsp natural tomato sauce<br />

For the tomato salad and<br />

guacamole<br />

2 tomatoes, diced<br />

½ red onion, diced<br />

1 handful of fresh corriander,<br />

chopped<br />

1 avocado<br />

garlic powder<br />

For serving<br />

4 lettuce leaves<br />

6 hard-shelled tacos<br />

hot sauce (optional)<br />

Directions<br />

Saute the garlic in a bit of<br />

vegetable stock in a saucepan over<br />

medium heat; add the chopped<br />

mushrooms and sauté, stirring<br />

occasionally, until mushrooms<br />

shrink and become chewy. Add<br />

the chilli, paprika, dried minced<br />

onion, sea salt, and a couple of<br />

tablespoons of fresh lime juice;<br />

stir well to combine. Add the<br />

tomato sauce and cook, stirring<br />

occasionally. Taste and add more<br />

tomato and/or spices, if desired.<br />

Make the tomato salad:<br />

Combine the diced tomatoes, red<br />

onions, and corriander in a bowl<br />

and squeeze some fresh lime juice<br />

over; season with paprika and sea<br />

salt to taste.<br />

Make a quick guacamole:<br />

Mash the avocado in a separate<br />

bowl and season with sea salt, garlic<br />

powder, and lime juice to taste.<br />

Prepare a bed of lettuce for the<br />

black beans.<br />

Heat the taco shells. Build each<br />

taco, starting with the mushroom<br />

base, followed by the guacamole,<br />

then finish with the tomato<br />

salad on top. Drizzle with hot<br />

sauce (if using). Serve with black<br />

beans (simply heat and season as<br />

desired).<br />

Replace greasy wings at<br />

a party with these spicy,<br />

crunchy cauliflower bites.<br />

Crispy Buffalo Cauliflower<br />

Bites<br />

Makes 6 cups<br />

Ingredients<br />

⅔ cup brown rice flour<br />

2 Tbsp almond flour<br />

1 Tbsp tomato paste<br />

2 tsp garlic powder<br />

2 tsp onion powder<br />

2 tsp smoked paprika<br />

1 tsp dried parsley<br />

1 head cauliflower, cut into<br />

medium florets<br />

⅓ cup hot sauce or barbecue<br />

sauce<br />

Directions<br />

Preheat oven to 230 deg C. Line<br />

two trays with baking paper.<br />

Combine the brown rice flour,<br />

almond flour, tomato paste, garlic<br />

powder, onion powder, paprika,<br />

parsley, and ⅔ cup of water in a<br />

blender. Puree until the batter<br />

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florets; toss until the florets are<br />

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Arrange in a single layer on the<br />

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do not touch each other. Bake<br />

for 20-25min, until crisp on the<br />

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living, dining and kitchen flowing on to and the property is on mains water and<br />

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Tuesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2019</strong> 17<br />

REAL ESTATE<br />

Timeless classic with<br />

magnificent views<br />

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Asking price: $950,000<br />

4 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | open plan living/dining/kitchen<br />

3 car-garage | 1 boatshed | Listing <strong>10</strong>651<br />

Architecturally designed to blend in<br />

to the hill and maximise the sun and<br />

stunning uninterrupted views this 1977<br />

pole house has an air and feel of quality<br />

and longevity about it.<br />

Over engineered and extremely strong,<br />

there are 4 double bedrooms, bathroom<br />

and laundry etc. on the middle level whilst<br />

on the 3rd floor lovely large open plan<br />

living, dining and kitchen flowing on to<br />

a large North, Northwest facing deck,<br />

perfect for drinking in those captivating<br />

and ever changing views.<br />

Cleverly designed to maximise the<br />

winter sun whilst giving some relief from<br />

the summer sun this property is both<br />

sheltered from the prevailing wind and<br />

very very private. Is set over 1723m2 on<br />

2 separate titles which gives the option of<br />

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both beautifully landscaped and planted<br />

attracting plentiful birdlife and birdsong.<br />

The lower level of the house is a<br />

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floor to ceiling windows, well insulated<br />

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and the property is on mains water and<br />

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