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Reg’s Royal

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A magical

children’s

tale

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Clock Tower

damage

extensive

PHOTO: IAN KNOTT

THE NEW Brighton Clock

Tower needs more extensive

repairs than originally planned.

While contractors have been

working on the restoration of

the earthquake damaged clock

tower, they have found the

concrete is in a worse condition

than initial engineering investigations

suggested.

The same situation has been

found at the Scarborough Clock

Tower, which is also undergoing

repairs caused by earthquake

damage.

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge says more extensive

testing has revealed the

need for extra repairs to both

clock towers.

“Both clock towers are about

90 years old and were built at

a time when concrete was a

different quality than we would

expect today,” Mr Rutledge said.

“It was common local

practice in the early 1900s to

mix cement with small stones,

most likely sourced from rivers

around Canterbury. Being

round, the cement didn’t stick

to the stones properly and over

time has created hollow spaces

and cavities inside the concrete,

known as “honeycombing”.

Moisture from the elements

and decades of exposure to

a harsh coastal environment

has penetrated these areas and

caused significant corrosion to

the structural steel.

“There are concerns over the

state of the concrete at the New

Brighton Clock Tower, where

large areas of ‘honeycombing’

have been discovered,” he said.

“We have found issues with

the concrete on the underside

of the first floor slab at Scarborough,

which supports the upper

tower.

“To ensure the seismic

strength of these towers, we

have to replace all the defective

concrete and add reinforcement.

“We need to carry out full

repairs to secure the longevity

of both heritage clock towers.”

The landmark clock towers,

which date back to the 1930s,

have been fenced since early last

year.

Both suffered structural

damage during the 2010-11

earthquakes.

New Brighton requires the

most repairs but the clock faces

on both towers also need work.

Restoration work on the

Scarborough clock tower will

continue until February next

year, while we expect repairs to

the New Brighton clock tower

to be completed by March.

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Cycling trip for grandad

Holly Ffowcs Williams and William Hickford are cycling across

the country to raise money for Alzheimers New Zealand and

people like William’s grandad, Roy Pemberton.

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Reg’s Royal cooking buddy

• By Sophie Cornish

REG STEDMAN is usually

lively and full of jokes – but the

92-year-old was left speechless

when he was joined by a special

sous chef during his cooking

class.

The Duchess of Cornwall visited

the cooking course Mr Stedman

was on during her visit with Prince

Charles to Christchurch.

Everyone on the course had

been vetted by police prior to the

visit, so he knew Camilla would

be there.

But Mr Stedman was a little

more than surprised when he

was placed next to Camilla as

they prepared a bean salad.

Mr Stedman, who hails from

Essex in England, and came to

New Zealand in 1958 to marry

his pen pal, was lost for words

standing next to Camilla.

“Backward in coming forward,”

he said.

“It never dawned on me, I was

surprised, I thought ‘what have I

done to deserve this?

“I’m quite a retiring person, it

wouldn’t have bothered me if I

had been standing behind two or

three people.”

Mr Stedman shook Camilla’s

hand and spoke with her about

her farm in Gloucestershire, and

whether the food was organic.

“In hindsight, I realised all eyes

were probably on me because I

was with the knife!,” he said of

the security staff which follow

the Royals.

After the cooking demonstration

at the Salvation Army building in

the central city, Camilla helped

to launch the new Senior Chef

cookbook, Easy Recipes for One

or Two.

Senior Chef, is a free programme

for older people living

alone or with one other person

and is funded by the Canterbury

District Health Board and

Pegasus Health.

It has a focus on connecting

the community, combating loneliness

and providing a new sense

of purpose.

Active ageing is a key focus of

Camilla’s work, who said she was

“delighted” to be at the event,

during their six-day visit of New

Zealand.

“It’s a real pleasure to be for

once surrounded by people my

age. I’m feeling a lot better and

I’m so impressed by everything

you’re doing here.

“I do think it is so important as

you grow older to be able to cook.

MASTERCHEF: Reg Stedman was lost for words when the Duchess of Cornwall appeared beside

him at his cooking class.

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This school will re-energise older

people to like cooking again, and

eating good food for your body

and your mind is vitally important

as you get older,” she said.

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Cycling trip for grandad

• By Matt Slaughter

WILLIAM HICKFORD’S

grandad Roy Pemberton cycled

the length of New Zealand to

raise money for St John New

Zealand seven years ago.

Now, William will do the same

to raise money for people like Mr

Pemberton, who was diagnosed

with dementia earlier this year.

The year 13 Cashmere High

School student will be joined by

his friend since childhood, fellow

Cashmere student Holly Ffowcs

Williams on the South Island leg

of the ride.

They have started a Givealittle

page aiming to raise $10,000 for

Alzheimer’s New Zealand and

are calling themselves Team

Wolly.

Said William: “Since he [Mr

Pemberton] got diagnosed with

dementia this year, I thought I

just wanted to help support him

and what our family’s going

through because it’s quite a

tough time so I just wanted to

give back to him by raising funds

for Alzheimers New Zealand.”

William will start his ride at

Cape Reinga on December 28

and bike about 100km a day until

January 23, when he estimates

he will finish the about 3000km

journey to the bottom of the

South Island.

Holly will meet William on

January 8 in Picton and they will

ride to the finish line together.

Holly said she was inspired

to join William on part of his

journey after seeing the effects

of Alzheimer’s and dementia

first-hand in a volunteer role she

does.

“In the past few years, I’ve

been a volunteer at a Nurse

FUNDRAISER: Holly Ffowcs Williams and William Hickford are

cycling across the country to raise money for Alzheimers New

Zealand and people like William’s grandad, Roy Pemberton

(above).

Maude Hospice Shop in

Christchurch and we get a lot

of customers who are from

lots of different retirement villages

across Christchurch and

a few have come in with family

members that have had dementia

and Alzheimer’s, so it’s just been

really heartbreaking to see, she

said.

“I think putting my love

cycling towards something like

this, it’s the way I can [help].”

Holly said the ride will be hard

work but the cause she and William

are riding for will make it

worth it.

“The most of done in one day

has been about 112km and some

days we’re doing at least 100km

with a good radical climb, so it’s

going to be really mentally challenging

but I think you’ve got to

remember why you’re doing it.”

William said his grandad and

granny Hilda Pemberton are

appreciative of what he is setting

out to do.

“My granny’s very proud of me

obviously trying to help support

him [Mr Pemberton] as much

as possible. My grandad’s just

pretty happy that I’m riding a

road bike instead of a mountain

bike. He’s always being trying to

convert me to road bikes so he’s

quite stoked that I’m doing it on

a road bike for him.”

William said what he is doing

would also not be possible without

support from his mum and

dad Kim and Jon Hickford, who

have helped organise the ride.

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Children’s tale will appeal to all ages

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A HIGH-PROFILE cast of

performers have been brought in

to re-tell the magical children’s

tale of The Wind in the Willows.

Playing the complex, starring

role of Toad is Cameron Rhodes

in The Court Theatre’s summer

season of the production.

While he claims he has never

had a “big break” in his more

than 30-year

career, Rhodes

has appeared

in major films

associated to

New Zealand

including The

Cameron

Rhodes

Lord of The

Rings and The

Chronicles of

Narnia: The

Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

​.

But while Rhodes, 52, said he

loves film, “there is something

about theatre you can’t compare

it to.”

“A play like this (The Wind

in the Willows) you can do on

screen but it wouldn’t be the

same,” he said.

Published as a children’s

novel in 1908 by Scottish novelist

Kenneth Grahame, the story,

adapted by Alan Bennett, focuses

on four anthropomorphised

animals including Toad.

The show tells the tale of Toad

CHARISMATIC: Cameron Rhodes as the charming but selfcentred

Toad in The Court Theatre’s summer season of The

Wind in the Willows. ​

destroying the serenity of the

English countryside with a motor

vehicle.

His obsession with racing

expensive cars puts the future of

his and his friend’s home in peril

when it leads to wicked weasels

taking over.

“He is privileged and charismatic

but he is a bit like a child

who hasn’t had any boundaries

put on him . . . I can be like

that. It is possible when I was a

bit younger I liked to party for

days. Obviously you can’t sustain

that,” Rhodes said.

A Toi Whakaari: New Zealand

Drama School graduate, he said

although the story is a children’s

tale there are important themes

– particularly on protecting the

environment and the power of

friendship.

“It has got a real company feel

. . . I haven’t been in a cast this

big I don’t think for years. It is

huge, the set and costumes. I

have not been to a set like this, it

has got three revolving stages. It

is spectacular.”

It is not the first time Rhodes

has performed with The Court

Theatre. In 2017 he played a key

role in comedy-thriller Ropable.

Growing up, it didn’t take

long for Rhodes to work out he

wanted to do performing full

time.

“My mother got me into

speech and drama for confidence

I think and I just really liked it

CLASSIC

TALE:

Leading cast

members

in the

production.

•The Wind in the Willows

will be performed at The

Court Theatre until January

18. To book tickets go to

https://courttheatre.org.nz

. . . I just knew at about 14 or 15

this is what I want to do forever.”

Rhodes said the reality of acting

is job security is “zero” but

there is the opportunity to work

in many different jobs if a person

enjoys variety

In March, he will perform in

Black Lover in Auckland which

depicts the life of Sir Garfield

Todd who was Prime Minister of

Rhodesia from 1953 to 1958.

From there he will travel back

to Los Angeles to try his luck.

“It is the old question people

ask, should I do it? And it is not

should you, you have to do it,

you haven’t got a choice.”


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Christmas wishes

from the team at Harcourts Gold

Parklands and New Brighton

The team at Harcourts

Gold Parklands and New

Brighton would like to

take this opportunity to

wish you all a very happy

and safe Christmas.

Nikila Creagh

HARCOURTS GOLD EASTSIDE SALES MANAGER

Tis the Season.…

As 2019 comes to a close I, like

so many others, tend to reflect

on what we have managed to

accomplish throughout the past

year. I also look forward to that

New Year clean slate, and what

2020 (and a new decade) might

hold for us moving ahead.

It has been a year of change and challenge for our

teams at both the Parklands and New Brighton offices.

On a positive note, the property market, I believe,

is now showing early signs of a new growth phase

in Christchurch. Supply across the marketplace has

been light throughout the year, whilst demand has

remained strong, in particular regarding the uninsured

‘as is’ market.

Our consultants are constantly upskilling and continuing

to gather further knowledge in and around a wide variety

of property. Specific expertise concerning problematic

property has lead to considerable success and positive

results for clients this past year. Our most successful

campaigns have simply derived from sheer hard work,

utilising specialist databases, superior knowledge right

across the marketplace, and making the most of the

wider Harcourts network.

Further development has meant that our local

community is starting to settle and thrive, and it

is satisfying and exciting to see numerous lengthy

projects coming to fruition which will benefit our

community and the people that live here.

It has been such a pleasure to be able to give back to a

variety of community groups this past year by way of

volunteering time, goods, or financially via our Harcourts

Foundation Grants. Should you be involved with a

not for profit organisation that could do with some

assistance, please feel free to contact us in 2020.

Should you be looking to make a career change in the

New Year, it may be of interest to know that we are

seeking new additions to join our award winning team.

Whether you are an established consultant, or if you are

a self-starter who likes a challenge, with an interest in

property and people, give me a call for a confidential

chat. Nikila ph. 0275175645.

Despite our offices being closed briefly over the holiday

period, our consultants will be available and happy to

assist during this time. Contact our after-hours service

and we will put you in touch with one of the team.

We wish you and your family all the very best for a

safe, happy Christmas and New Year and look forward

to helping you achieve your property goals in 2020.

A tremendous thank-you to all those who have sold,

bought and/or referred us to friends and colleagues

throughout the current year.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

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Young humanitarian wins

Fred Hollows award

• By Claire Booker

BEN DOWDLE has been

recognised in New Zealand’s

first-ever Fred Hollows Humanity

Awards.

The Mairehau Primary School

pupil was presented a certificate

last Friday at a school assembly.

The awards, which were open

to all Year 6 students throughout

New Zealand, are part of a global

movement created to acknowledge

passionate children striving to

improve the world around them.

A spokeswoman from the Fred

Hollows Foundation said humanity

in New Zealand’s young people

was “deeply evident” in the

large number of students across

the country who were nominated

for the awards.

Said assistant principal

Amanda Chisnall, who nominated

Ben for the award: “Ben is a

kind and caring student who goes

out of his way to help others. He

embodies our Mairehau Primary

School values of respect, believe,

aspire and achieve.

“Nothing is ever an issue for

Ben. He always puts in 110 per

cent effort into everything that

he sets his mind to. Ben truly embodies

the values of compassion,

integrity and kindness.”

YOUNG ACHIEVER:

Mairehau Primary

School assistant

principal Amanda

Chisnall was

pleased to see

Year 6 student Ben

Dowdle presented

with a Fred Hollows

Humanity Award by

William McGrath

from Specsavers. ​

About 70 students were nominated

for the awards across New

Zealand, and Ben said it was an

honour to receive the certificate.

He “felt special that not everyone

could be nominated” and is

looking to develop his leadership

skills within the school.

“It’s nice to receive awards for

the effort that is put in,” he said.

13-year-old

achieves dream

MONET SCHUTTE has achieved

her dream at 13-years-old.

From a very young age, Monet

has had a dream to perform

internationally.

And last week, she received a

standing ovation at the Vienna

Concert Hall in Austria after

performing her original song,

Like You Did Before.

“Singing on stage in Vienna

was a dream come true. I am so

excited that I now have reached

one of my musical goals. It was

the first song I ever wrote, and

it has a very special meaning,”

Monet said.

Written about a friend with

depression, the song won the International

Sounds of Children’s

Rights Songwriting Competition

held in Austria.

She was awarded two prestigious

gold coin awards for her

achievement.

She wrote and recorded the

song with her mentor Sacha Vee

at SOLE Music Academy earlier

this year and decided to enter it

into the competition sponsored

by UNICEF.

Said Monet: “One of my

friends, unfortunately, suffers

from depression and so I wrote

this song about how I tried to

IMPRESSIVE: Monet Schutte,

13, performed her song Like

You Did Before at the Vienna

Concert Hall, Austria and won

the International Sounds of

Children’s Rights Songwriting

Competition. ​

help.”

When Monet received the

news she had made it to the top

10 contestants from around the

world, she only had two months

to prepare for the trip and get

performance-ready.

This was a challenge, since

Monet had to learn piano to accompany

herself.

However, with the guidance

from Vee she put in the time and

is now reaping the reward.


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Swainson, Tainui scoop

Woolston boxing awards

• By Jacob Page

THE WOOLSTON Boxing Club

capped a stellar year of growth

and achievement with their

annual awards.

Woolston now has the most

registered competitive boxers in

the South Island and had four

New Zealand representatives

and a national coach plus eight

Canterbury team members as

well as two boxers who are on the

Olympic prospect list for next

year.

Hamuera Tainui and Trevor

Swainson each won multiple

awards.

Tainui earned most wins

for the year with seven, most

scientific boxer and best at all

championships honours.

Head coach Holly Sullivan

said she was keen to find more

international fights for him after

he went to Australia three times

in the past 12 months.

“It would be good for him

to get used to travelling longer

distances and having to fight so

a possible trip to Ireland is something

I’m working on.

“Hams has really improved

his fitness this year, but he’s a

very scientific boxer and he’s a

southpaw so that helps him in

the ring,” she said.

Swainson was named most

improved boxer and also earned

ON THE UP: The Woolston Boxing Club has celebrated one of

its biggest years of growth with their annual awards. ​

the best performance of 2019.

“There’s never any issue with

Trev’s desire, fitness or work

ethic but the 91kg elite class is a

very competitive one,” Sullivan

said.

“He will target a national title

next year and he will work hard

to earn it.”

Crissy Reid was named female

boxer of the year after a standout

nationals campaign and also won

best international fighter.

Awards:

Most Wins - Hamuera Tainui

Best female - Chrissy Reid

Mini cadet of the year Bobby

Brown

Most improved cadet - Ryley

Sutherland and Azury Ormsby

Most improved junior - Te Atetangi

Paris

Most improved youth - Patrick

Liptrott

Most improved elite - Trevor

Swainson

Gamest tryer - Philippa White

Best challenge - Oliver Bristowe

Most scientific - Hamuera Tainui

Best performance - Trevor

Swainson

Best at all championships - Hamuera

Tainui

Best international - Chrissy Reid

• By Jacob Page

LUCIA GALE has impressed at

the New Zealand junior tennis

championships at the Scabro

Centre in Auckland.

The Cashmere club player

was competing in the 12s

age-group. Lucia and her

Auckland-based partner Jamie

MacKenzie won the mixed

doubles in convincing fashion.

The top-seeded duo dropped

just two games in their three

matches and won the final

4-0, 4-0 in 37min against No

2 seeds Max Richardson and

Chelsea Wijntjes.

She made it to the semi-finals

of the singles where she lost to

Mahinarangi Warren 4-6,-3-6

but she did bounce-back to win

the playoff for third by beating

Chelsea once again, 6-3, 6-0.

Lucia then teamed with

club-mate Ruby McPhail in

the doubles and lost a tough

semifinal against Chelsea and

her partner Xin Xin Zhu 6-3,

4-6, 7-10.

Her coach James Meredith

said he was thrilled with the

results and he hoped with another

year in the age-group in

2020, she would be able to push

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Lucia Gale impresses

at junior nationals

Lucia Gale ​

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for the title.

“She is quite slight, so some

of the older girls are able to

control the points by being

more physical and using more

spin,” he said.

“As she grows, we’ll keep

working on it and try to build

her serve up as well because

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WITH MARY IN FAITH

TĀTOU KO MERE E WHAKAPONO ANA

FROM THE BOARD

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

commitment honoured at prizegiving ceremonies. Well done on your achievements.

This year the Board has been working closely with the Bishop and the Diocese Property

Group in overseeing planning for our new school at Papanui in 2023. Alongside

technical work, students and staff have been contributing, through workshops, a

survey and providing input into the development of our cultural narrative, which will

be reflected in the new school buildings and grounds.

While this whole new layer of work progresses, Marian College continues to deliver

high quality teaching and learning and providing wonderful opportunities and

experiences for students. Thank you to Marian staff, Marian College Foundation,

PTA, the Bishop and the Catholic Diocese of Christchurch for your support this year.

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

Marian College, St Mary’s College Christchurch and McKillop College. To reconnect

with us, please register on the Marian website and follow us on Facebook.

Finally, congratulations to our 2019 graduates.

We trust the gospel values will guide you well,

as you venture forth beyond the school gates.

We wish you all the very best.

With blessings

Jan Paterson, Chair

Congratulations to Marian College Dux

2019 Rebecca Everingham (left) and

Proxime Accessit Samantha Price (right).

ESSAY WINNER

CHRISTMAS HOME BAKING

Congratulations to Malaika Sequeira who has won the Catholic Agency

for Justice, Peace and Development prize, senior category. This

year the essay and multimedia topic was Enabling Communities –

Everyone has a part to play. Malaika’s winning essay described how

to enable communities to ensure the spirit of participation is extended

to everyone, regardless of intellectual, physical, mental or social

challenges. She showed a sound understanding of the principles of

Catholic Social Teaching, such as Human Dignity, the Common Good,

Solidarity and Subsidiarity. Malaika won a cash prize for herself and her

class and the Justice and Peace Cup for Marian to appreciate for a year.

www.mariancollege.school.nz | 03 385 8449 | exec@mariancollege.school.nz

The giving season lasts all year at Marian, with every student completing at

least six hours of meaningful service within the school and community. Recently

some of our Year 9 and 10 students organised gift-wrapped home baking and

hand-made Christmas cards for families attending the Tafesilafa’i Early Learning

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

actively involved. Pictured here from left are Anna-Naina Aileone, Taylor Poole-

Nicholas, Emma-Grace Bainbridge and TELC Manager Palepa Letiu. TELC is

located alongside Marian College on Barbadoes Street.

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Sports hub receives top award

SPORT

NGA PUNA Wai Sports Hub

has received top honours at

the New Zealand Recreation

Association awards.

The hub, which combines

facilities for athletics, hockey,

rugby league and tennis, won

the Outstanding Project Award

at a ceremony in Hamilton on

November 28.

It was judged on the NZRA

awards criteria of innovation,

community engagement, excellence,

efficiency, achievement

and sustainability.

Taiora QEll Recreation and

Sport Centre also won a Merit

Award in the same Outstanding

Project category, which is for a

successful development or major

redevelopment of a facility.

Nga Puna Wai began as a

partnership project between

Athletics Canterbury, Canterbury

Hockey, Canterbury Rugby

League and Tennis Canterbury,

Sport Canterbury, and the city

council.

The venues and grounds used

by these organisations were

damaged by the earthquakes in

2010 and 2011 and athletes and

RECOGNITION: Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub won the Outstanding Project Award at the New

Zealand Recreation Association awards for its facilities which hosts rugby league, athletics,

hockey and tennis.

PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES

players were having to travel

outside Christchurch for suitable

facilities.

Creating a shared sporting

hub was seen as the most costeffective

way to rebuild multiple

facilities rather than constructing

them all separately.

Nga Puna Wai, which is next

to the Canterbury Agricultural

Park in Wigram, opened in stages

from late 2018 and has become

the new home for the four sporting

codes, as well as providing

community playing fields.

Nga Puna Wai Sports Trust

chairman Paul Rogers said the

partnership has led to a much

better outcome than if each

sports organisation, which uses it

had built their own facilities.

“The benefits include greater

value for money, more stakeholder

involvement and a greater

sense of responsibility and ownership,

said Mr Rogers.

“Consultation with the local

community and various partners

was vital and it has happened

through every step of the project

from initial planning to completion.

The outcome is that a grassy

reserve has been transformed

into a $54 million international

standard sports facility.”

Nga Puna Wai has already

hosted the National Athletics

Championships, which were

held in Christchurch for the first

time in 10 years, and international

hockey event, the FIH Pro

League series.

Sport Canterbury chief executive

Julyan Falloon said the hub

is a massive boost for local sport.

“It not only meets the needs

of the local community, promoting

participation across

sporting codes, it also benefits

the Christchurch economy attracting

competitors and their

supporters for national and

international events being held

here, he said.

“On top of that, there’s wide

exposure of Christchurch on television

and live stream coverage

of the events.”

City council recreation and

sports services manager David

Bailey said the award is welcome

recognition of the city council’s

partnership with the local

sporting community to create a

regional sports facility.

“Nga Puna Wai is a great

example of how sporting codes,

a local sports trust and a local

authority can collaborate

effectively,” said Mr Bailey.

St Andrew’s a cut above the rest at

Gillette Cup cricket tournament

• By Gordon Findlater

ST ANDREW’S College made

history at Hagley Park last week

by winning the country’s top

prize in secondary school cricket

for the first time.

Playing Hamilton Boys’ High

School in the final round top

of the table Gillette Cup clash,

the St Andrew’s first XI carded

a 174-run victory to claim the

piece of silverware for the first

time in its 29-year history. This

year is also the first time St Andrew’s

had qualified for the six

strong national tournament after

winning their way through the

Canterbury regional qualifiers

which has been dominated by

Christchurch Boys’ High School

in recent years.

“It’s bigger than all of us in the

team, knowing that a lot of old

boys that have been texting in

support is great. It’s huge for the

school,” said St Andrew’s captain

Rhys Mariu.

The moment St Andrew’s captured

the win was extra special

for St Andrew’s coach Mike

Johnston, who has been with the

first XI for close to two decades.

“It’s been an amazing journey

this year with these boys. It’s

been 18 years I’ve been coaching

St Andrew’s, it’s the first time

we’ve been here and we’ve won

it. We’ve just got a great team

culture and they’ve worked for

each other,” said Johnston.

After being put into bat, St

Andrew’s opening pair of Mariu

and Harrison Darling made a

composed start before picking

up the run rate and producing

what turned out to be a matchwinning

opening stand of 142

before Mariu fell for 89.

The solid foundation allowed

the team to reach 276/8 from

their 50 overs.

“We were really surprised

that Hamilton put us into bat

and Rhys [Mariu] and Harrison

[Darling] set the tone this morning

with some great batting and

we knew if we got more than

250 it was going to be too many

for them to chase down,” said

Johnston.

St Andrew’s went about

defending their total by restricting

Hamilton Boys’ early in

their chase which resulted in a

required run rate of eight an over

by the 20th over. The pressure

eventually took its toll resulting

in Hamilton Boys’ being dismissed

for 102 in the 35th over.

“We knew that is we set the

right fields and bowled to them it

was going to be really tough for

them,” said Mariu.


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5pm each Wednesday

Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by appointment)

This group offers assistance

to mature people with modern

technology, including computers,

tablets, smartphones, email,

Facebook, Skype, Word, cellphones

and the internet. Phone

382 6048 for more information.

202 Marine Pde (next to the

New Brighton Club)

JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will be

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and sign citizenship,

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Tuesday, 10am

This is a specially-designed

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There is a $2 koha entry but no

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Parklands Community Centre

Scrabble Club

Tuesday 1-2.45pm at Parklands

Library, Wednesday 1.30-3.30pm

at Shirley Library

Go along to the Scrabble Club.

No obligation, just go along

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friendly group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Shirley and Parklands libraries,

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Sit and Be Fit

Thursday, 9.30am

Complete a class of exercises

without even leaving your

chair. The cost of the class is

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or coffee.

Taiora: QE II Recreation and

Sport Centre

CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand to

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New Brighton Library

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-12pm

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Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

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charades, Connect Four,

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payment needed.

Linwood Library

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly club is held

every Friday, just go along and

join the fun. Free, no bookings

required.

Shirley Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Make new friends,

practice english and learn

about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library

New Brighton Seaside

Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Enjoy a warm and fun atmosphere

beside the seaside. With

live entertainment, food and free

face-painting.

New Brighton Pedestrian

Mall

Super Saturday

Storytimes

Saturday, 11-11.45am

Encourage learning

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programme with stories,

songs, rhymes, craft and play.

Free.

Shirley Library

Golden Oldies Movie – Show

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Monday, 1.30pm

Kathryn Grayson and Ava

Gardner star in this 1951

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love with a charming gambler,

but their fairytale romance is

threatened when his luck turns

sour. Cost is $2, go early for a

cuppa and a chat.

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Taco lovers - you owe it to

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delicious meatless tacos.

These can also be enjoyed

with soft tortillas

Tacos de Hongo

(Mushroom Tacos)

Serves 2

Ingredients

For the black beans

1 can black beans, drained and

rinsed

For the mushroom filling

6 cloves garlic, finely chopped

vegetable stock

30 button mushrooms, stemmed

and chopped

2 ½ Tbsp (non-spicy) chilli powder

1 ½ Tbsp paprika (plus more for

tomato salad)

1 Tbsp dried minced onion

sea salt

¼ cup fresh lime juice (from

about 2 limes), divided

2 ½ Tbsp natural tomato sauce

For the tomato salad and

guacamole

2 tomatoes, diced

½ red onion, diced

1 handful of fresh corriander,

chopped

1 avocado

garlic powder

For serving

4 lettuce leaves

6 hard-shelled tacos

hot sauce (optional)

Directions

Saute the garlic in a bit of

vegetable stock in a saucepan over

medium heat; add the chopped

mushrooms and sauté, stirring

occasionally, until mushrooms

shrink and become chewy. Add

the chilli, paprika, dried minced

onion, sea salt, and a couple of

tablespoons of fresh lime juice;

stir well to combine. Add the

tomato sauce and cook, stirring

occasionally. Taste and add more

tomato and/or spices, if desired.

Make the tomato salad:

Combine the diced tomatoes, red

onions, and corriander in a bowl

and squeeze some fresh lime juice

over; season with paprika and sea

salt to taste.

Make a quick guacamole:

Mash the avocado in a separate

bowl and season with sea salt, garlic

powder, and lime juice to taste.

Prepare a bed of lettuce for the

black beans.

Heat the taco shells. Build each

taco, starting with the mushroom

base, followed by the guacamole,

then finish with the tomato

salad on top. Drizzle with hot

sauce (if using). Serve with black

beans (simply heat and season as

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Replace greasy wings at

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crunchy cauliflower bites.

Crispy Buffalo Cauliflower

Bites

Makes 6 cups

Ingredients

⅔ cup brown rice flour

2 Tbsp almond flour

1 Tbsp tomato paste

2 tsp garlic powder

2 tsp onion powder

2 tsp smoked paprika

1 tsp dried parsley

1 head cauliflower, cut into

medium florets

⅓ cup hot sauce or barbecue

sauce

Directions

Preheat oven to 230 deg C. Line

two trays with baking paper.

Combine the brown rice flour,

almond flour, tomato paste, garlic

powder, onion powder, paprika,

parsley, and ⅔ cup of water in a

blender. Puree until the batter

is smooth and thick. Transfer to

a bowl and add the cauliflower

florets; toss until the florets are

well coated with the batter.

Arrange in a single layer on the

trays, making sure that the florets

do not touch each other. Bake

for 20-25min, until crisp on the

edges. They will not get crispy all

over while still in the oven.

Remove from the heat and let

stand for 3min to crisp up a bit

more. Transfer to a bowl, drizzle

with sauce and serve immediately.

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Timeless classic with

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24 and 26 Bayview Road, Charteris Bay

Asking price: $950,000

4 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | open plan living/dining/kitchen

3 car-garage | 1 boatshed | Listing 10651

Architecturally designed to blend in selling one if required. The properties are

to the hill and maximise the sun and both beautifully landscaped and planted

stunning uninterrupted views this 1977 attracting plentiful birdlife and birdsong.

pole house has an air and feel of quality The lower level of the house is a

and longevity about it.

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Over engineered and extremely strong, workshop areas and gives internal access

there are 4 double bedrooms, bathroom in to the house. Classical simplicity with

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package.

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the summer sun this property is both this very special and unique property will

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very very

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REAL ESTATE

Timeless classic with

magnificent views

24 and 26 Bayview Road, Charteris Bay

Asking price: $950,000

4 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | open plan living/dining/kitchen

3 car-garage | 1 boatshed | Listing 10651

Architecturally designed to blend in

to the hill and maximise the sun and

stunning uninterrupted views this 1977

pole house has an air and feel of quality

and longevity about it.

Over engineered and extremely strong,

there are 4 double bedrooms, bathroom

and laundry etc. on the middle level whilst

on the 3rd floor lovely large open plan

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a large North, Northwest facing deck,

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and ever changing views.

Cleverly designed to maximise the

winter sun whilst giving some relief from

the summer sun this property is both

sheltered from the prevailing wind and

very very private. Is set over 1723m2 on

2 separate titles which gives the option of

selling one if required. The properties are

both beautifully landscaped and planted

attracting plentiful birdlife and birdsong.

The lower level of the house is a

triple garage with excellent storage and

workshop areas and gives internal access

in to the house. Classical simplicity with

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and double glazed, all timbers are treated

and the property is on mains water and

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parking round off a very appealing

package.

This is the first time to the market but

my vendors are retiring reluctantly and

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Farm Trailer, Wooden 3 x 2.4m

STX 38 John Deere Ride-on Mower

Toyota Caldina

$49,500 ONO

ID 31132

$5,200

ID 32147

$3,500

ID 29769

$200

ID 28570

$1,600

ID 32452

$2,300

ID 32035

Honda Accord Euro CL 9

Planters Made From Recycled Pallets

2005 Lexus GS300

2006 Subaru Legacy 2.0 GT Turbo Si

Aluminium Boat & Warranted Trailer

1999 Subaru Legacy TSR

$6,000

ID 29801

See Seller

ID 27855

$10,000

ID 31728

$8,000

ID 31456

$2,500

ID 28339

$2,700

ID 32009

Case JX75 Tractor

Skope 3000kW, 2000kW

Quality 9-piece Designer Lounge Suite

Toyota Avensis Wagon 2.0 Auto

Sharp Convection Microwave

Yakima Rocketbox Pro 12

$37,000

ID 32227

$35

ID 31769

$450

ID 31265

$7,999

ID 31664

$150

ID 31210

$350

ID 31731

Toyota Caldina

Outdoor Chairs (Pair)

2005 Toyota Camry

Galvanised Crown Anchor 1.5kg

Sulking Dolls

2015 Kymco Super 8 Scooter

$2,300

ID 32035

$25

ID 32483

$3,700

ID 32505

$10 each

ID 32545

$50

ID 32487

$2,075

ID 28152

1971 Triumph 1500 Hutchwilco Pulsar Lifejackets

2006 Ford Falcon

COWS! Cups,Plates Toastie Pie Machine

Tooline Drop T Slidesaw

Mountain Bike Full Suspension

See Seller

ID 28865

$150

ID 32486

$4,000

ID 32453

$200

ID 32478

$150

ID 32485

$1,800

ID 32473

Tandem Trailer 5.5m x 2.2m

Telephone Stand

Nissan Pulsar Euro LS

Toyota Hilux Surf

Table and Chairs

EZGO Electric Golf Cart

OFFERS

ID 32475

$25

ID 9870

$5,000

ID 32414

$9,000

ID 32389

$300

ID 32550

$4,000

ID 32463

Extraction Fan, Heater & Light

York Mag Air R700HR

2005 4WD Mitsubishi Triton

Car Polisher

Shoprider Mobility Scooter

Keeway Cruiser 250

$150

ID 32367

$200

ID 30550

See Seller

ID 32328

$15

ID 32322

$1,200

ID 32318

$2,500

ID 32529

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Tuesday December 10 2019 19

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Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

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