Pegasus Post: December 17, 2019

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Interim principal

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Barber has

new direction

in life

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Christmas

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“The Les Mills City2Surf gives

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and try to finish the 6km fun run,” said

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“It doesn’t matter who you are or where

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Interim principal appointed for Haeata

PEGGY BURROWS has been

appointed as the new interim

principal of Haeata Community

Campus.

Dr Burrows will replace current

principal Andy Kai Fong

who is moving to Dubai. She will

fill the role for the first two terms

next year.

Dr Burrows is the former

principal of Rangiora High

School and her appointment will

enable Haeata’s board of trustees

to conduct a robust recruitment

process to find the long-term

replacement for Mr Kai Fong.

“Finding an experienced

school manager for an interim

period can be challenging for any

school, so the board is excited

that Peggy has agreed to take on

the role for the next two terms,”

said board chairwoman Sam Uta’i.

Dr Burrows is a successful educator

with experience in primary,

secondary and tertiary sectors

of the New Zealand education

system.

She was principal at Rangiora

High School from 2003 until

2015 where she managed 200

staff and grew the school role

from 1276 to 1801 students.

During her tenure, she oversaw

the development of the new innovative

learning environment at

Rangiora High School.

“That background will be very

LEADER:

Peggy

Burrows will

take over

from Andy

Kai Fong as

the principal

of Haeata

Community

Campus for

the first two

terms of

next year. ​

helpful working at Haeata with

our vision around modern learning

practices and modern learning

spaces,” said Ms Uta’i.

Dr Burrows has a reputation

of developing leaders in her staff

and during her tenure at Rangiora

High School, the school

produced 11 assistant principals,

four deputy principals, one associate

principal and one principal.

She had a strong relationship

with her school, but was forced

to step down after a dispute

with her employer, before the

Employment Court later ruled

that she should not have been

removed.

Ms Uta’i said the board

are aware of this history

and comfortable with their

appointment.

“Our board includes several

experienced, well-connected

educators and we have used

their networks to do an in-depth

vetting process, so the board is

confident Peggy will be a great

asset for Haeata.”

Dr Burrows holds a PhD from

Canterbury University, which

explored bicultural/kaupapa

Māori leadership principles.

Most recently, Dr Burrows

has been teaching a year 6, 7

and 8 class at Waipara School

and worked with the College of

Education in the professional

learning and teacher education

programme.

In Brief

PLAYGROUND UPGRADES

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board has

approved the refurbishment of

two playgrounds at a combined

total of $165,000. Radley

Playground, in Woolston and

King Park Playground, in Mt

Pleasant, are reaching the

end of their lifespan and will

receive new equipment for

a range of ages and abilities.

Construction is likely to start

in May or June 2020.

CYCLING CONCERNS

Concerns around the lack

of cycling infrastructure

close to popular recreation

spots have been expressed.

These concerns were raised

with the Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board at its

December 3 meeting. The

person who addressed the

board said they have noticed

more people biking to

recreation destinations but

often these places do not have

facilities such as cycle stands.

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The North Wai Boardriders

Club in North New Brighton

has received $1000 towards

its Surf and Skate Holiday

Programme. The grant came

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Leroy’s beard no more

• By Devon Bolger

LEROY BROWN was relieved

to see he had just one chin after

shaving off his beard for men’s

health.

The Woolston resident and

popular staff member of the

Famous Grouse Hotel in Lincoln

lost his distinctive beard of three

years in front of patrons on club

night last Tuesday.

He had pledged the beard

would go if $5000 was raised for

Movember.

That figure was surpassed and

$6000 will go to the charity dedicated

to men’s health.

“I was pretty nervous when I

found out I would lose it at first

but I settled in when I realised it

was all going to a good cause and

I was happy to be involved,” said

Mr Brown.

He was initially planning on

growing out the beard again.

“I was planning on growing it

straight back but from everyone’s

comments, I’m not overly sure.

“There’s been a lot of opinions

to stay shaven so we will see if the

pressure gets the best of me,” Mr

Brown said.

He was amazed at the amount

of money raised.

“Everyone should be very

proud, it was quite a feat and we

could make a real difference.

BEFORE AND AFTER: Leroy Brown surpassed his fundraising goal of $5000 for men’s health and

cut his beard off.

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Tunnel to be drilled under Heathcote River

A TUNNEL is set to be drilled

under the Heathcote River

and through Woolston next

month as part of the Lyttelton

Harbour wastewater project.

A 535-metre pipeline will

be pulled through the tunnel

under the river and the Ferry

Rd roundabout by a method

called directional drilling.

It will then connect the

Alport Pl pump station to the

Heathcote Valley pipeline,

the final step of a project to

connect Lyttelton Harbour’s

wastewater system to the main

Christchurch system.

Part of Ferry Rd from St

Johns St to the Ferry Rd

roundabout will be closed to

install the pipeline from 8pm

January 25 to 10am January

26.

This work is part of the

fourth and final stage of the

project, that once complete,

will put an end to the routine

discharge of treated wastewater

into Lyttelton Harbour.

Up until now wastewater

from Lyttelton, Governors

Bay and Diamond Harbour

has been treated at wastewater

treatment plants in each of

the townships before being

discharged through outfall

pipelines into Lyttelton Harbour.

“This project, when completed,

will end the routine

CLEANER: A tunnel will be drilled under the Heathcote River to put an end to the

discharge of treated wastewater into Lyttelton Harbour ​

discharge of treated wastewater

into Lyttelton Harbour, a

fantastic environmental milestone

for our city,” said city

council head of three waters

and waste Helen Beaumont.

The multimillion-dollar

project is being constructed

in four stages, with stages one

and two now complete and

stage four set for completion

in early 2020.

In stage three, the existing

wastewater treatment plants at

Cashin Quay, Governors Bay

and Diamond Harbour are

being converted into pump

stations to pipe all of Lyttelton

Harbour’s wastewater through

the Lyttelton Tunnel.

The Cashin Quay treatment

plant has been converted and

the pump station is being

tested before commissioning.

The new Diamond Harbour

pump station is on track for

commissioning this month.

Work on the new pump

station on Lyttelton’s Simeon

Quay is now expected to be

complete by next October,

due to a redesign of the pump

station, with the entire wastewater

network commissioned

in late 2020.

This pump station will be

the powerhouse that pumps

all of the harbour’s wastewater

through Lyttelton Tunnel and

the Heathcote Valley pipeline

to the main Christchurch

system.

“Due to the intricate nature

of the pump station, we need

to take a bit more time to get

the design right,” Ms Beaumont

said.

“It’s important to note this is

still being delivered well ahead

time and will meet council’s

target of ending the discharge

of treated wastewater into Lyttelton

Harbour by 2021.”

The city council is working

with Environment Canterbury,

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and harbour communities to

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Cutting a path to a new direction in life

• By Bea Gooding

GROWING UP, Zarian

Taungahihifo never experienced

being in the spotlight.

The 19-year-old encountered

issues many young people of

today commonly face – a lack of

direction after high school or the

discovery of one’s identity and

place in the world.

Rubbing shoulders with

the “wrong crowd” pulled Mr

Taungahihifo down a dangerous

path of drugs and delinquency

at a young age, but after a sitdown

with his father, he decided

enough was enough.

“One day I sat down with my

dad and evaluated where I was

at, and nothing positive was happening.

So we started looking for

other options,” he said.

He undertook work experience

at The Barber Lounge for a few

months before being offered

an apprenticeship through the

Ministry of Social Development’s

Mana and Mahi programme,

designed to help young people

acquire valuable qualifications

and skills.

It was not long before he tasted

success, competing at the New

Zealand Association of Registered

Hairdressers competition

at Ara Institute of Canterbury,

which showcased talent from

hairdressers and barbers nationwide

last August.

Said Mr Taungahihifo: “Growing

up my whole life the spotlight

has never been on me, and

to hear my name being called

out for first place was pretty

overwhelming.”

He took out the top prize in

two categories – Men’s En Trend

TRANSFORMATION: Barber Zarian Taungahihifo has gone from mixing with the wrong crowd to

claiming a top award at the New Zealand Association of Registered Hairdressers competition.

PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN

Classic Barbering: The Fade and

the Ray Astwood Barbering

Award, both in the new talent

category.

He said his proudest

achievement would not have

been possible without the

mentorship and support of his

“family” at The Barber Lounge in

Papanui who welcomed him like

a brother.

“I love life a lot better now.

I’m in a better headspace, in a

better environment and around

positive people who have goals,”

he said.

“Back then I was hanging out

with people who would only put

me in the wrong positions and

didn’t really care about me.”

It has been said that it takes a

village to raise a child, and The

Barber Lounge senior barber

Lucas Kelly felt this to be true.

Mr Kelly and the team were

the driving force behind Mr

Taungahihifo’s success, instilling

in him the Polynesian way of

humility, respect and hospitality.

Said Mr Taungahihifo: “Once

I started working at the lounge,

I learned how to respect myself,

the peers around me and to just

be myself.”

Mr Kelly saw himself in

the 19-year-old when he went

through similar issues in his own

life, fuelling his desire to mentor

the teenager.

“That’s what I identified

in Zarian when I met him,

that he was just a new generation

of what I was, growing up

with similar backgrounds,” he

said,

“Something that stuck out

was if I had someone like me

when I was in my own situation,

I would’ve wished somebody

would help me too.”

Born and bred in Mairehau,

Mr Taungahihifo was in a

“tough place” during school

when he was bullied for his size,

and dealing with the separation

of his parents as a child.

“I was a bit of a bully too as I

got older because I was lacking

self-confidence, so it made me

feel better about myself,” he said.

As much as it was a learning

curve, he believed that in the future

he would become a mentor

for someone else, passing on the

knowledge and experiences that

were shown to him.

Said Mr Taungahihifo: “With

what’s happened to me, I want to

change someone else’s life

too, someone who was in my

position and be like how Lucas is

to me.”

Amongst the pumping

music, buzzing conversations

and warmth of brotherhood

within the walls of The Barber

Lounge, Mr Taungahihifo was

proud of his journey and perseverance.

He advised young people stuck

in a difficult situation to surround

themselves with positive

people and to take a chance on

something new.

“Don’t be scared, I was, but

once you step through that door

of being scared, the sooner you

step outside your comfort zone,”

he said.

From public speaking, finishing

his qualification, entering

next year’s NZARH competition

and attending industry awards

– 2020 will prove to be a big year

for Mr Taungahihifo.

“In a short space of time, a lot

has changed and it’s only going

to go up from here.”

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devils, addax, monkeys (including our new

male, Tostada), meerkats and much more!

The Park has an extensive native fauna

section including a range of native geckos

plus the pre-historic tuatara. Orana has a

fantastic collection of friendly domestic

animals in the Farmyard.

Our new Annual Pass means visitors can

enjoy visiting the zoo for a full 12 months

from date of purchase, and it makes a great

gift. Our fabulous wildlife themed Gift

Shop has a range of cracker Christmas

stocking filler ideas and you can visit the

shop without needing to enter the zoo. A

brand new visitor café space has recently

been completed and offers magnificent

views across the Park.

Orana is internationally renowned for

its involvement in zoo-based breeding

programmes for endangered exotic and

native species. The Park contributes to

breed for release recovery programmes

for threatened native wildlife – to date,

over 90 pateke (brown teal), 75 whio (blue

duck) and 26 kiwi and 7 orange-fronted

kakariki from Orana have been released to

the wild! When you visit, you are directly

supporting our conservation work.

It’s a full day of fun for everyone at

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Road, Christchurch (15 minutes’ drive

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Squawkzilla and the Giants

Canterbury Museum’s summer blockbuster

The now world-famous giant parrot,

Squawkzilla, and the monster penguins

of Waipara are the stars of Canterbury

Museum’s new exhibition Ancient New

Zealand: Squawkzilla and the Giants.

The exhibition is a chance to explore two

of New Zealand’s lost worlds.

Near Waipara, North Canterbury,

palaeontologists have found fossils

from more than 60 million years ago

which show that giant penguins swam

in the warm oceans around the ancient

subcontinent of Zealandia.

Twenty million years ago, Central

Otago was submerged beneath a lake

10 times the size of today’s Lake Taupō.

Fossils from ancient the lake bed include

species of crocodile, turtles, a flamingolike

bird and a burrowing bat, together

with Squawkzilla, at one-metre high, the

world’s largest parrot.

At Squawkzilla and the Giants, visitors

can come face to face with life-sized

models of New Zealand’s lost giants

– including 1.6-metre tall penguin

Crossvallia waiparensis. There’s also

real fossils on display alongside modern

bird specimens from the Museum’s

collection.

The Museum has created a set of

collectable cards featuring extinct

animals from the exhibition. Visitors

can collect a pack of these cards after

completing an activity sheet with

questions about the exhibition.

Ancient New Zealand: Squawkzilla

and the Giants opens 13 December

2019 at Canterbury Museum.

Quail Island

Adventures

Get the kids into nature and head to

Quail Island! A great day trip to a real

island with a fascinating history, in the

heart of Lyttelton Harbour. Just a 15

minute ferry ride from Lyttelton.

Book the DOC hut to stay overnight

(via DOC website).

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your

Summer Holiday Attraction guide

Great racing action at

Woodford Glen

Without doubt the three big meetings not to be missed this

season at the Glen will be our Annual Boxing Day Ramp Race

derby, the New Zealand Stockcar Grand Prix in January and the

2020 New Zealand Super Saloon Champs in February.

At this stage it is expected the entry list to the New Zealand

Stockcar Grand Prix will be well over 100 drivers whilst the New

Zealand Super Saloon title should see at least 60 entrants from the

best drivers all over the country.

Before we head in to these two major championships we can

look forward to one of Canterbury’s iconic speedway events held

every Boxing Day for well over 20 years. The Ramp Race Derby

brings out many Canterbury families and holiday makers and

with a full house expected again this year make sure you look at

pre-buying your tickets now from the Woodford Glen Shop in

Richmond.

The New Zealand Stockcar Grand Prix is set to offer speedway

and Stockcar fans an action packed two nights of racing as we

attempt to reduce the 100 plus entrants down to a field of just

30 cars to context the finals of the 2020 Stockcar Grand Prix.

Stockcar racing is unique and isn’t for the faint hearted. Unlike

most forms of motorsport Stockcar racing allows the drivers

to crash and bash their opponents as they all attempt to be the

winner. Come the finals night, you will witness club mates from

all over New Zealand doing their utmost to ensure someone

from their city stands atop the winner’s podium.

If it is high speed thrills you seek over the holiday period

make sure you are trackside at Ko-ken Tools Woodford Glen

Speedway to catch the great racing action!

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Rotary

Club

supports

families

in need

NEARLY $4000 worth of

groceries were packed and

distributed by the Christchurch

Rotary Club to help families in

need with Christmas.

The club gathered at the Cashmere

Club hall recently to pack

125 boxes of groceries for distribution

amongst city charities

and organisations who are at

the front line when dealing with

families feeling the financial

pressures during the season.

The organisations include

Christchurch East Primary

School, Family Help Trust,

Prisoners Aid and Rehabilitation

Society, Christchurch (Anglican)

City Mission, Salvation

Army, Canterbury Core Daddy’s

and Battered Women’s Trust.

The groceries were purchased

from Pak’nSave Moorhouse

Avenue, who supported the

project.

Civic awards for positive

community contributions

SOUTH CHRISTCHURCH

residents are amongst the ten

groups and individuals who

have been recognised with

Christchurch Civic Awards.

The awards are presented by

the city council to recognise

those making a positive contribution

to their community.

This year’s Civic Award recipients

are:

Kim Blackmore, of Mairehau

For more than 20 years Kim

Blackmore has been the musical

director and conductor of Stedfast

Brass. The band has brought

pleasure to thousands of music

lovers around the city through

its concerts and performances at

school fairs, rest homes, church

services and many other venues.

Kim Blackmore not only arranges

the performances, but he

also gives tuition to new and less

skilled band members.

Bill Cowen, of Cashmere

A passionate footballer, Bill

Cowen has spent decades working

to promote the sport. He lives and

breathes football and has driven

the post-quake rebuild of his football

club, Cashmere Technical’s

facilities and membership.

HONOURED: Christchurch

Folk Music Club secretary Judi

Smitheram is one of 10 people

who have been recognised

with Civic Awards for their

service to the community. ​

Barry Scott, of Halswell

For nearly 30 years, Barry

Scott has been an active member

of the Christchurch South Lions

Club, where he has helped with

countless community projects.

He looks after the administration

of the Halswell Public Hall.

For many years Barry Scott has

also assisted with Camp Quality

programmes, which aim to bring

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fun, hope and happiness into

the lives of children living with

cancer.

Judi Smitheram, of Spreydon

For the last four years, Judi

Smitheram has been secretary

of the Christchurch Folk Music

Club and president of the

Canterbury Folk Music Festival.

Under her leadership, the festival

has developed into a national

event that attracts musicians

from around New Zealand and

the world.

Christchurch Theatre Workshop

SING Group

This group has been running

sing-along concerts, primarily for

elderly residents of rest homes and

retirement villages, for 19 years.

Jenny Gillies, of Merivale

For more than 20 years costume

designer Jenny Gillies has

helped foster Christchurch’s image

as the Garden City through

designing and displaying fabric

floral creations both in Christchurch

and overseas.

Keep Christchurch Beautiful

This organisation is focused on

making Christchurch a cleaner,

greener, more beautiful city.

Through its Schools Environment

Enhancement Programme,

it supports about 40 schools with

ideas and resources.

Anne Stercq, of Richmond

A registered psychologist with

more than 30 years experience,

Anne Stercq has been one of

the driving forces behind the

development of the Seabrook

McKenzie Centre for Specific

Learning Disabilities.

Phil Tappenden, of Riccarton

For the past 14 years, Phil Tappenden

has worked tirelessly to

build a relationship between the

communities of Christchurch

and Songpa Gu. He is Honorary

Consul for the Republic of

Korea in Christchurch and has

been instrumental in organising

scholarships and school and

cultural exchanges.

David Wilkinson, of Riccarton

After a 30-year career in law

enforcement, David Wilkinson

took on the role of Canterbury

Area Co-ordinator for Canterbury

Neighbourhood Support in

2010. Since, he has worked to

strengthen the organisation and

extend its reach, introducing new

communication systems and a

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O Christmas Tree

All week, from open until close

Go along and make a paper

Christmas tree using recycled

magazines. A nice addition to

your festive table.

Linwood Library

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

available to members of

the community to witness signatures

and documents, certify

document copies, hear oaths,

declarations, affidavits or affirmations

and sign citizenship,

sponsorship or rates rebates applications.

No charge.

Shirley Library

SAYGo Steady As You

Go Falls Prevention Exercise

Class

Tuesday, 10am

Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

This is a specially-designed

class to help you avoid a fall.

There is a $2 koha entry but no

booking fee. Those interested are

invited to turn up on the day and

see what it can do for them.

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

when you can and join the

friendly group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Shirley and Parklands libraries,

as above.

Sit and Be Fit

Thursday, 9.30am

Complete a class of exercises

without even leaving your

chair. The cost of the class is

$5.50 and you’ll get a cup of tea

or coffee.

Taiora: QE II Recreation and

Sport Centre

CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand to

assist customers who need help

with their CV or resume.

New Brighton Library

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-12pm

Go along and join in a game

of Rummikub, a tile-based game

for two to four players, which

combines elements of the card

games rummy and mahjong.

This is a free event.

Linwood Library

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along and play Minecraft,

charades, Connect Four, Pictionary

and more. Take your friends

or meet some new ones. All children

aged eight to 13 welcome,

no bookings or payment needed.

Linwood Library

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly club is held

every Friday, just go along and

join the fun. Free.

Shirley Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Make new friends,

practise english and learn

about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library

New Brighton Seaside

Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Enjoy a warm and fun atmosphere

beside the seaside. With

live entertainment, food and free

face-painting.

New Brighton Pedestrian

Mall

Super Saturday Storytimes

Saturday, 11-11.45am

Encourage learning

through stories. This is an interactive

programme with stories,

songs, rhymes, craft and play.

Free.

Shirley Library

Inked by Rebecca McNab and

Graham Lalor

Kawhe & Kōrero

will be held at New

Brighton Library

on Thursday from

10am to 11am. Want

to practice your te

reo? Go along for

a cuppa and build

your kōrero skills

with fellow learners.

This session is

aimed at adults

who would like to

build confidence

speaking te reo

Māori in a relaxed

environment.

Free, no booking

required. ​

Monday,

from open until close

Inked is a collaboration

between Rebecca McNab and

Graham Lalor. Both artists are

part of Otautahi Creative Spaces’

Studio Room 5 at the Phillipstown

Community Hub. Inked

is an exhibition of their recent

work.

Linwood Library

Golden Oldies Movie – White

Christmas

Monday, 1.30pm

Bing Crosby, Rosemary

Clooney and Danny Kaye star in

this 1954 musical. A successful

song-and-dance team become

romantically involved with a

sister act and team up to save

the failing Vermont inn of their

former commanding general.

Cost is $2, go early for a cuppa

and a chat.

New Brighton Museum, 8

Hardy St

Seven retirement villages

in Canterbury

This Christmas Week

AT EASTGATE

GREAT EASTGATE lATE

NIGHT HAm PRIzE dRAW

Every late night between now and

Christmas, shop between 5pm and 7:45pm

to receive an entry form and enter the

prize draw for a delicious Christmas Ham

You’ll need to be here to win so stay for

dinner, enjoy the Salvation Army Band

playing 6pm - 8pm, have your Santa photos

taken and be in to win.

bRING YOUR PETS FOR

PHOTOS WITH SANTA

This Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 7pm

until 8pm we are having a special time for pet

photos with Santa. Come through the main door

off the car park in to the Santa Grotto. Pets are

not able to be anywhere else in the centre.

• Halswell • • Rangiora •

• Mairehau •

SENSITIvE SANTA

Would your child like to see Santa and perhaps

have their photo taken but not so keen on the

hustle and bustle of Christmas crowds. We are

having some quiet times with Santa this Thursday

Friday and Saturday from 8am to 9am. We

welcome you to make a booking by calling us on

982 0850 or email through our website

www.eastgate.co.nz

• Beckenham • • Riccarton • • Papanui • • Hornby •

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Tasty Bites

The perfect Xmas

table centerpiece

The most perfect sticky

glaze is slathered all

over this juicy, tender,

baked Brown Sugar

Mustard Glazed Ham,

with crisp edges and an

incredible flavour

Brown Sugar

Mustard-Glazed Ham

Ingredients

4-5kg bone-in fully cooked

ham

½ cup water

½ cup unsalted butter

1 cup brown sugar

½ cup honey

2 tablespoons Dijon

mustard

¼ teaspoon ground

cinnamon

¼ teaspoon ground cloves

4 cloves garlic, smashed

Directions

Christmas

Interdenominational

Church

Services

Interdenominational

Interdenominational

Christmas

Anglican

is so much more

than tinsel and trees

Anglican

There seems to be more and

more to do at Christmas these

days, Anglican from choosing between

traditional or up-to-theminute

decoration colour

schemes through to worrying

about having a ‘beach-ready

body’ and buying presents,

food and bubbles.

With all the hype and pressure

around the season, it’s easy

to forget that Christmas is in

fact a faith-based celebration

of Presbyterian

the birth of Jesus Christ

and a time to come together

Presbyterian

in worship. Churches across

the city are recognising

Christmas and what it means

for Christians in a number of

ways, often with music at the

centre.

Most churches offer Carol

Services encouraging us all

to raise our voices in the

seasonal songs we remember

from our childhood, as well as

concerts, talks and recitals.

It is a time when churches

and faith-based organisations

remind us of how fortunate

Presbyterian

Christmas at the

Transitional Cathedral

Anglican

we are and that it is possible

to give gifts of hope that will

make a true difference at

this time of year. Christmas

is, after all, about giving nor

receiving.

So why not take a moment

away wrapping the expensive

electronics to reflect on the

true meaning of the season

and call into your nearest

church – all are always

welcome, regardless of their

faith, and especially so at

Christmas.

Preheat the oven to 150

deg C. and arrange a rack

in the lower third. Remove

any plastic packaging or

netting from the ham. Trim

away the rind and discard.

Set the ham aside to rest

at room temperature for

1-2hr.

Line a baking tray or

dish with several sheets of

aluminium foil or baking

paper if you prefer (it will

make clean-up a lot easier).

Remove the rind or skin

of the ham, ensuring you

leave the fat on. Using a

sharp knife score a 2-3cm

wide diamond pattern

(don’t cut more than 5mm

deep) over the entire ham.

Place the ham in the baking

tray; pour ⅓ cup of water

into the base of the pan

and cover the ham with

two pieces of foil or baking

paper and bake for 30min.

Meanwhile, heat the

butter in a small pot or

saucepan over medium

heat until golden browned.

Add in the brown sugar,

honey, mustard, cinnamon

and cloves, stirring to mix

together well until the

brown sugar has completely

dissolved, (about 2min).

Reduce heat to low and

add in the garlic. Allow it to

become fragrant, cooking

for a further minute or two

until the glaze just begins

to simmer, then set it aside

and let cool to lukewarm

(the glaze should be the

consistency of roomtemperature

honey).

After 30min baking time,

carefully remove the ham

from the oven and increase

the oven temperature to

220 deg C. Discard the

foil or parchment paper

and pour ⅓ of the glaze all

over the ham, brushing in

between the cuts to evenly

cover. Return to the oven

and bake uncovered for

15min.

Remove from the oven,

brush with another third

of the glaze and some of

the pan juices, and repeat

again after 15min more

minutes of baking until a

dark golden-brown crust

has formed, (about 30min

total). For added depth of

flavour, mix some of the

ham pan juices together

with the glaze in the pot

which will help keep it

runny enough for brushing.

If your crust is still pink

after there suggested baking

time, turn on your broiler

(or oven grill), and allow it

to broil for 2-5min, while

keeping an eye on it so

it doesn’t burn from the

sugar.

Let the ham rest 10-

20min before slicing.

NOTES

If your glaze has been

over simmered and begins

to thicken between each

baste, add some of the

pan juices to it and heat it

up over low heat until it

warms through and is the

consistency of warmed

honey.

SUNDAY 22 DECEMBER

8.00am Holy Eucharist

10.00am Choral Eucharist

7.00pm Service of 9 Lessons & Carols

MONDAY 23 DECEMBER

3.00pm Children’s Christmas Service

with Animals

TUESDAY 24 DECEMBER ~

Christmas Eve

6.00pm Carol Recital by the Cathedral Choir

10.15pm Carol Singing

11.00pm The First Eucharist of

Christmas

Sermon: Bishop Peter Carrell

Music: The Cathedral Choir

WEDNESDAY 25 DECEMBER

~ Christmas

8.00am Holy Eucharist & Carols

10.00am Choral Eucharist

Sermon: Dean Lawrence Kimberley

Music: The Cathedral Choir

5.00pm Choral Evensong

Music: The men of the Cathedral Choir

234 Hereford St

Latimer Square

ChristChurch

Cathedral

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CHRiSTMaS eVe

Tue 24 deC

4pm Christingle for

Children in the Church

For children and families

re-enacting Christmas

story - children come

dressed as Angels or

Shepherds!

11.15pm in the Church

Traditional Midnight

Service with candlelights

and choir.

CHRiSTMaS daY

Wed 25 deC

8am, 9am and 10.15am

in the Church

Traditional Communion

with carols.

10am in the Hall

Family Christmas

Communion with Carols.

Vicar Canon Mark

Chamberlain Parish

Office 351 7064

www.stbarnabus.org.nz

Cnr Tui St and Fendalton Rd

Baptist

Christmas Day Service

10.00-11.00am

Held in the church hall,

180 Queenspark Drive

Inquiries: 03 383 1356

How to remove

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1. Cut a line through the

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2. Insert a sharp knife

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3. Using your fingers,

gently separate the rind

from the fat, insterting

your hand deeper into the

ham to keep detaching it.

4. Peel off and discard the

rind.

1 2

3 4

Christmas Eve

All Saints Burwood

305 New Brighton Road

4pm All Age Service with Farmyard Animals

8pm Candlelight Carols

St Mark’s Marshland

338 Prestons Road

11.15pm Midnight Eucharist

Christmas Day

All Saints Burwood

305 New Brighton Road

9am Christmas Eucharist


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