North Canterbury News: January 16, 2020

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‘We simply want

this taonga back’

By ROBYN BRISTOW

Houses at risk ... Aerial footage of last weekend’s fire on

Yaxleys Road, Okuku, shows the risk the blaze posed to nearby

property.

PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Fire risk mounts

as summer bites

By ROBYN BRISTOW

North Canterbury is drying

out, ramping up the fire

risk.

It is one of the driest

areas in the country, and

North Canterbury deputy

principal rural fire officer

Dale Wilhelm is calling for

extreme caution after a

weekend of callouts that

kept brigades on the run.

‘‘Things are very dry and

it is only going to get worse,

as there is no significant

rain forecast in the foreseeable

future,’’ he says.

He urges people to be

cautious, prepared and

sensible.

Mr Wilhelm said afire on

Yaxleys Road, Okuku, last

Saturday night showed how

quickly blazes can spread

in the crispy conditions,

and it was only the quick

action of residents before

the arrival of five fire

engines and ahelicopter

that saved two houses from

being engulfed.

The fire burnt apine

hedge row, and came

within metres of two

homes.

‘‘It was really lucky no

property was lost.’’

This fire was among a

weekend of callouts, he

said, including afire on

Smarts Road, just past the

Rangiora Golf Course,

where acar fire spread into

toi toi in the early hours of

Sunday, burning through

about 1000 square metres

and coming close to ashed.

Continued Page 2

Fears are growing that the

pounamu sculpture stolen from

the Hanmer SpringsThermal

Pools and Spa may not be found

in one piece.

The sculpture of awater

droplet, the pools logo, was

wrenched from its iron plinth in

the early hoursofSaturday by a

masked burglar.

Generalmanager Graeme

Abbot says his biggest concernis

thatitwill be cut into pieces and

sold.

‘‘That would be ahuge waste.’’

The theft has leftthe team at

the pools devastated.

Staffdiscovered it was missing

whenthey arrived for work at

6am on Saturday.

Mr Abbot said the theftwas

clearly planned and thought out,

but he is hopeful police will

trace the burglar thanks to

security camerafootage showing

the daring heist.

Newsofthe theft, including

the releaseoffootage showing

the key moment the sculpture

was wrenched from its plinth, lit

up socialmedia.

The footagehas been shared

thousands of times.

Facebookusers warnedthat

the artworkistapu,and

misfortuneislikely to fall upon

the thief.

‘‘We don’t want anyone coming

to harm; we simply want this

precious taonga back in its

rightful place,’’ Mr Abbot says.

It is understood that

additionalfootage thathas not

been made public may aid police

in tracking the offender.

The sculpture stands about

50cm high.

It was carvedfrom aportion of

Criminal act ... The moment athief wrenches the pounamu sculpture

from its plinth at the Hanmer Springs pools complex. There are fears the

sculpture may be cut up.

PHOTO: SUPPLIED

one of the largestgreenstone

boulders found in the South

Island.

The thief entered the complex,

went straight to the sculpture,

and tore it off its stand before

departing.

‘‘It has caused alot of upset

amongour teamand visitors,’’

Mr Abbot says.

Therewas the occasional

break­inatthe pools, but they

usually entailed aquick plunge

in the poolsbeforehigh­tailingit

before getting caught.

‘‘Butthere was very clear

criminalintentwith this breakin,’’hesays.

Pounamu, or greenstone,

holdsspecial meaning to New

Zealand.

Anyone with information is

askedtocontact the police.

Informationcan also be

provided anonymously to

Crimestoppers on 0800555 111.

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Millions being spent on schools

By DAVID HILL

Thisyear is expected to be

busyfor school building

projects in North Canterbury.

Eight local schools have

MinistryofEducation­led

building projectsunder way,

while 39 local schoolsare set

to see some much­needed

maintenance workfasttracked

thankstothe

government’sschool

investmentpackage

announcedlastyear.

Under thepackage,$6.3

million hasbeen allocated to

13 schools in the Hurunui

district,fourinKaikouraand

22 in theWaimakariri district.

‘‘The capital injectionseeks

to accelerate works at schools

thatwouldotherwise be

deferred due to alackof

availablefunds,’’ aministry

spokespersonsays.

‘‘Asthe package is focused

on acceleration, schools are

encouraged to select projects

fromtheirexisting 10­year

project plansthat can be

initiatedsoon and deliveredin

the nextsix to 24 months.

‘‘This provides more

flexibilitytostateschool

boards on where theycan

invest.’’

The amount eachschool gets

has been determinedbythe

July2019 school roll. Schools

willget $693per student, to a

maximum of $400,000,with

eacheligibleschoolreceiving

aminimumof$50,000.

Special schools willreceive

aflat rateof$200,000, to

recognise thecomplexityand

costofspecialschoolproperty

despitehaving smaller rolls,

the spokespersonsays.

Opening day approaches ... The new Te Matauru School in Rangiora is due to open next month.

PHOTO: NEIL CLARKSON

Projects areunderway at

Leithfield, AmuriArea,

Kaiapoi Borough, Kaiapoi

North,OxfordArea,Rangiora

Boroughand Swannanoa

Schools.

The newTeMatauru

PrimarySchool in west

Rangioraisdue to opennext

month. Itsofficial openingis

Friday, February 7.

LeithfieldSchoolisset to

receivetwo new teaching

spaces,including onefor roll

growth, with construction

expected to get underway in

the secondhalf of theyear.

Planningisunder way for

fournew classrooms at Amuri

Area School to cater for roll

growth, with construction

around18months away.

Meanwhile, work is under

wayatthe school’s junior site,

includingroof repairs,

maintenanceofthe boiler and

upgrading two classrooms.

Kaiapoi BoroughSchool’s

earthquakerepair work is

continuing, withworkona

replacement technology

centreset to start in July,

whilefencingand drainage

worksare settobecompleted

this year.

Construction of new

teaching spacesatKaiapoi

NorthSchool, to replace the

classroomblock destroyed in

the November 2018 fire, is due

to begin nextmonth.

Oxford AreaSchool’smuch

anticipated $10million

redevelopment is progressing

throughthe planning stages.It

willinvolve thereplacement

of 11 teachingspaces, anew

libraryand administration

area, andthe redevelopment

of the gymnasium and

technologyblock.

Workisexpected to start

thisyear to build anew library

at Rangiora Borough School,

while Swannanoa School is set

to receive an extra temporary

classroom.

‘People need to be extremely cautious’

From Page 1

Mr Wilhelm saysthere havebeen

severalcar fires in thearea, including

one on the south bank of the

WaimakaririRiverwhich spreadinto

dry vegetation.

Goodwork by the first fire crewto

arrivecontained it.

The region is under arestricted fire

season,and Fireand Emergency New

Zealand (FENZ) is beingcautious

about issuing permits.

‘‘Wemay havetobring in atotal fire

ban eventually,’’hesays.

Meanwhile, Mr Wilhelm wants

people to be cautious andsensible.

‘‘The vast majority of firesare

caused by people,thereforetheycan

be prevented by people.’’

People should notbelighting

bonfires on beachesand in riverbeds,

or tipping out hotcharcoal from their

barbecues beforepackinguptheir

gearand headinghome.

In recent daysfireshave been

extinguished in the Waipara riverbed,

on beaches in Pegasus Bay,and in the

Waimakaririand Ashley riverbeds.

All had the potential to spread into

vegetation,particularly in north­east

andnorth­west winds.

‘‘If an abandoned beachbonfire was

blown into lifebyanorth­eastwindit

couldthreatenhousesand destroyall

the goodwork thatthe Tuhaitara Trust

had done planting thecoastal park,’’

he says.

Whileurging peopletokeep

vegetationdown on theirproperties,

he warns thatmowingshould be done

only earlyinthe morningwhenitis

cooler andthereisdew on the grass.

‘‘Peoplejust need to be extremely

cautious.’’

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Taking shape ... The first stages of Waimakariri’s new multicourt sports facility on Coldstream Road, Rangiora, is under way. Rates across

the district will edge up to pay for the build.

PHOTO: NEIL CLARKSON

Rates increase of 4pc predicted

By DAVID HILL

Waimakariri’s rates are likely

to risebyabout 4percent this

year.

Rates rises of around 4.5%

over the next fourtofive years

were signalled in the 2018/28

Long Term Plan, but

councillors have called for

lower rates rises, chief

executiveJim Palmer says.

‘‘Wehave certainly been

made aware that none of the

councillors campaigned for

higher rates increases and

that we should be making

savings and efficiencies

wherever possible.’’

He says staff are in the

process of finalising the draft

budget ahead of the council’s

Annual Plandeliberationsat

the end of January.

Thecouncil is already

committed to annual rates

increases of 1% to fund its

earthquake recoveryloan and

0.5% for the Waimakariri

stadium build.

It also needs to allow for

inflation, which is

independently estimatedat

2.2% for local councils, Mr

Palmer says.

‘‘It is higher than the

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❛We have certainly been made aware that none

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increases and that we should be making savings

and efficiencies wherever possible.❜

Consumer Price Index,but it’s

adifferent basket of goods for

local government.’’

Severalfactors are out of the

council’s control, such as

meeting freshwater and

drinking water standards,and

the waste levy, which is likely

to increase.

Urban catchment plans,

which includeplans to

upgrade dischargeand

stormwater facilitiesfor

Rangioraand Kaiapoi, are

close to being completed and

consented,but there isstill

work to do on plans for Oxford,

Woodend and Pegasus.

The council plans to build

park­and­ride facilities as part

of its commitments to its

Greater Christchurchpartners

for improving regional

transport.

The District Planreviewis

also ongoingand there is the

—WDC chief executive Jim Palmer

cost of upgradingthe council’s

Rangiora service centre to be

factored into the budget.

Mr Palmer saysnew projects

will be considered in the

annual plan mix, including the

western Rangioraalignment

and replacing the notorious

Skew Bridge on Skewbridge

Rd, near Silverstream, as well

as arecreational cycle path for

Kaiapoi, and acommunity hub

in the Kaiapoi regeneration

area.

Improving the western

Rangioraalignment from

Townsend and Fernside roads

to the motorway is essential to

taking pressure off

Southbrook and LinesideRd.

‘‘It’s about safety and

desirabilitybecause alot of

people aren’t using it (Skewbridge

Rd) because of the constraints

of the bridge,’’ he says.

‘‘We are having anumber of

minor accidents and near

misses, and anecdotal

feedbacksuggests that near

misses happen every day.’’

Aroundaboutisbeing

proposedfor the Flaxton Rd/

Fernside Rdintersection,

while upgrading the Skew

Bridge could cost as much as

$12 million, with questionmarks

over New Zealand

Transport Agencyfunding.

Arecreational cycle path

from Kaiapoi to the

Waimakariri River along the

stopbankhas been proposed

by Enterprise North

Canterbury and the Kaiapoi

Promotions Association as an

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cycle path, which will run

alongside the Main North

Rd.

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community hub on Courtenay

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The hub would include

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Natalia’sdaily school challenge

By RACHEL MACDONALD

Sefton’s Natalia Spall has five childrento

getoutthe door every morning for school.

The fact she manages it on time is more

of amiracle than aresult ofsplendid

organisation,she says,although sheis

starting2020asshe means to continue.

Shehas already got aPinterest picture

library of school lunchideas under way on

the back of the pantry doors.

from

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❛Ican’t be everywhere and it helps enormously if they are up to

speed with what needs to happen.❜

Now, her current project is creating lists

of what each child needsto do each

morning, depending on their age,and

goingthroughthosewiththem, so each

one knows what to expect.

‘‘Ican’t be everywhere andithelps

enormously if they areupto speedwith

whatneeds to happen,’’she says.

‘‘We’retalking whether their beds have

been made, their teeth brushed, and their

books and bags packed.Dothey havethe

shoes they need and the right sports

gear?’’

Therehavebeenfurther discussions

about expectations this year for family,

teachers and children.

This includes underlining computer

rights when it comes to taking their own

devices to school and using them for

homework; the accompanied reiteration

of rules around internet safety; and talks

about respecting other people’s property.

Asmallhorde of boyscanbefull­on, she

says,and theyneedreminding of the

boundaries.

‘‘One of myboysisabout to startschool

LOST AND FOUND

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—Mum Natalia Spall

this term.He’s really excited.

‘‘And the school has put together a

special pack foreachYear1,soheknows

abouthis teacher,hehas aguideto the

alphabet andasmall whiteboard to

practise on —it’s great.

‘‘Italsogivesusaframeworkto talk

aboutthings like wherehis bagwillhang

andwhere to go when the bell rings.’’

Thesekinds of tipscanmakeabig

difference,especially for anxious

children, she says.

Thereare other littlethingsto thinkof

as well.‘‘He’sbeento daycare,sohe

should be on top of it, but Iwillbe

checkinghe knowshow to zipuphis bag!’’

Herother big message to her family is

that if there isanythingthatworriesthem

at school, they can bring it to her to be

talkedthrough.

‘‘They know about appropriate

classroom and playground behaviours,

and if anything goes on thatmakes them

really uncomfortable or worried, we can

chat about it and find awaytosortitout.’’

Backto school,pages13-15

The followingpropertyhas been

reported as losttothe North Canterbury

police:

Abrown wallet(Kaiapoi),ablack

Kmart handbag (Lake Sumner), a

recycled bag containing clothing and a

phone (Rangiora), aToyota Starlet key

(Hanmer Springs), house keysonablack

leather“Lockwood Home” key ring

(Kaiapoi), glassesinablack Bollesoft

case (Cheviot), ablack wallet (Kaiapoi),

ablackMarc Jacobs women’s wallet

(Cheviot), and six keys (Rangiora).

The following property has been

found: Agold ring with3small

diamonds (Kaiapoi).

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Mistake leads Andrew to dream job

By SHELLEY TOPP

New Zealand’s first racetrack

support chaplain made a

blunder many years ago that set

him on apath to his dream job.

Rangiora’s Andrew McKerrow,

now agrandfather, made the

mistake when he was just 15.

He was searching for ajob so

he could leave school.

He came across an application

for ajob which seemed made to

order for him: ‘‘Are you short?

Do you weigh under 48kg? Do

you like the outdoors?’’, the

advertisement asked.

‘‘I thought ‘Yeah!’ My parents

had told me that Icouldn’t leave

school without ajob, so I

answered the advertisement, not

realising Ihad signed myself up

to become ajockey.’’

He quickly realised his

mistake.

‘‘I have one arm shorter than

the other, Iamallergic to horse

food, and Iamslightly scared of

horses.’’

Andrew never made the jockey

ranks or even to arace day, but

spent three years working in

stables because he felt he had

‘‘pigeon­holed myself and had no

other options’’.

During those years he suffered

addiction to gambling, alcohol

and drugs. He stopped working

in stables at 18 but retained an

interest in the industry.

Then, when he was 20, he

became aChristian, got help

with his addictions, joined the

Salvation Army and began to

turn his life around.

He met his wife, Kim. They

trained together to be Salvation

Army officers and served

initially for about eight years in

Providing support ... Racetrack support chaplain Andrew McKerrow, of Rangiora, at the Rangiora Harness

Racing Club’s New Year meeting.

PHOTO: SHELLEY TOPP

Foxton and Whanganui. As a

Salvation Army officer, he had

been informally working within

the racing industry helping

people as aracetrack support

chaplain.

‘‘It didn’t sit well in my heart

that there wasn’t any formal

chaplaincy body or deliberate

outreach to that massive

industry.’’

Andrew wanted to see if it was

possible to establish amore

formal, permanent role and

about three years ago, after talks

with racing industry

administrators and his Salvation

Army employers, he began work

as New Zealand’s first racetrack

support chaplain.

‘‘It is my dream job,’’ he says.

‘‘It is about finding ways to serve

people, building relationships

and gaining trust.

‘‘People in the industry have

been really positive about my

appointment.

‘‘Right from day one everyone

has been really, really

accepting.’’

He attends as many race

meetings as he can and is also

involved with Harness Racing

New Zealand’s cadet scheme

and the apprentice jockey

programme. ‘‘What we would

like to do is get areally robust,

effective model of racetrack

chaplaincy in place that shows

the way to establish chaplaincy

services at other racetracks

around the country.’’

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Campers

generally

behaving

By DAVID HILL

Kaikoura’s freedom

campers have been mostly

well­behaved, Mayor Craig

Mackle says.

Responsible camping

has been abig focus for the

KaikouraDistrict Council

this summer as it

implementsits new bylaw.

Research is alsobeing

conducted by the New

Zealand Tourism

Research Institutebased

in Auckland.

‘‘No­onehas been fined

at this stage,’’ Mr Mackle

said on Monday afternoon.

‘‘There are afew bending

the rules and doingexactly

what theywant,but it’s

definitelyabetter look.’’

Mr Mackle saysmost

campers have been

obeying the rules,which

allows those withselfcontained

vehicles to

camp at designated sites.

Responsible camping

ambassadors have been

directing those withoutan

onboard toilettocamping

grounds.

Mr Mackle sayswhile

visitor numbers appear

down on last year,the town

‘‘is humming’’.

‘‘Thenumbers are not as

large, but the spendis

certainlyupthere. They

are relaxed and not

rushing around.Most

people are very happy.’’

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Sunday haircuts to aid

Australian firefighters

By RACHEL MACDONALD

North Canterbury is on a

crusade to help those fighting

Australia’s disastrous bushfires.

Cust hairdresser Amy

Roberts’ proposaltoopen her

salon,Cedar Heights, this

Sundaytocut hair in exchange

for donations to help the

firefightershas ballooned intoa

much larger initiative,asother

businessesand the village’s

volunteerfire brigade rally to

the cause.

‘‘My husband,Jeremy,was at

training lastweek up at the fire

station, and Iwas watching the

TV news of the fires. It really got

to me,’’ Amy says.

‘‘I see how exhausted our guys

get when they’re out there for a

few hours; these Australian

volunteerfirefighters are

holding downtheir payingjobs,

then getting out there day after

day to help with the fire effort as

well.’’

FellowhairdresserEmma

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followed by DonnaCoster from

The Sunroom in Oxford.

‘‘Suddenly, we had three

hairdressersinonthe

fundraiser,which is lucky

because there’s beensomuch

interest,Icouldn’t do all the

cutting myself.

‘‘ThenJeremy mentioned it at

the fire station and the idea of a

gold­coin sausage sizzle

emerged, to give people

something to do while they

waitedfor their haircut.Hellers

and Love Ya Fudgecame on

board with that,’’ she says.

‘‘Other hairdressers, who

couldn’t be here, donated

vouchers and abig gift basket,

and out of that,overnight, we

had the start of araffle.’’

There are now 41

Waimakaririlocals and

businesseswho will be partof

the day itself and the sizeable

raffle, which willbedrawn at

the end of nextweek. Raffle

tickets are already available

through CedarHeights,The

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On Sunday,from 10am to 4pm,

haircuts and blow­waveswill be

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on afirst­in, first­served basis.

Those interested are asked to

come along withclean hair and

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Amy.

All funds raised from the day’s

activities and the rafflewill be

sent directly to rural fire

services in someofthe towns

worst affected by the disaster,

Jeremysays.

‘‘Our childrenhave donated

the $10 they earned last

weekend in pocket money.

That’senough to buy atray of

water for the guys on the front

line, and that’s what this is all

about.’’

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Online flurry over

pool pricing dies

By ROBYN BRISTOW

Anew pricing structure at

the Hanmer Springs

Thermal Pools and Spa,

initially slammed on social

media, has not stopped

people from enjoying the

facility.

General manager

Graeme Abbot

says numbers

over the

Christmas

period from

Boxing Day to

January 10 had

grown 8percent.

‘‘We are

delighted. Alot

of customers

have come

through and had

agood time.’’

The new pricing

schedule includes the use

of the outdoor complex,

including 22 thermal pools

and four waterslides.

Single entry is $35 for an

adult, $20 for children, with

under 5s free. Mini groups

(two adults and up to three

children) are $89, and

seniors (60+) are $22.

Ewe fair mushrooms

By DAVID HILL

Eweswill be flocking to the

Hawarden EweFair, forcing

an unexpected return to a

two­daysale.

Awhopping 28,000ewes

and rams willgounder the

hammer at the Hawarden

Saleyardsonsuccessive

Fridays, January24and 31.

The yarding is more than

doublelastyear’s sale, when

just12,000eweswere

entered.

The lasttime thesale was

split overtwo dayswas three

years agowhen 33,000 ewes

and rams wentunder the

hammer.

PGG Wrightson livestock

representativeKevin Rowe

saysthe bulkofthe extra

ewescomefrom‘‘fourlinesof

Graeme Abbot

There are exclusive

discounts and deals

available on the website.

Mr Abbot says there has

been no real pushback from

customers at the front desk.

He says although there was

some social media chat it

had died down, and it was

business as usual at the

pools.

Mr Abbot says

the whole town

has been

buzzing over the

holidays.

‘‘Anecdotally,

it is the busiest

it has been for a

number of

years,’’ he says.

‘‘The

supermarket,

restaurants and

accommodation guys over

the past couple of weeks

are all having apretty good

time.’’

Mr Abbot, who is also

Hurunui Tourism product

development manager, says

he is keen to ensure the

town proves popular

because everybody then

prospers.

capital stock’’ being sold

following afarmsale, alease

expiring andchanges to

farming practices.

TheJanuary24salewill

featurethe older ewes and

therams,while8500twotoothewes

will go under the

hammer thefollowing Friday.

‘‘It’s abit usual because we

normallysellthe two­tooths

before theolderewes, butthe

24th is probably soon enough

andweare going to needthat

extra day to get through all

thesheep.’’

He says the sheep industry

is in goodheart, which should

ensure there is plenty of

interest in thesale,but he

expects priceswill be lower

than pre­Christmas

predictions.

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Waimakariri 10:08am 2.5 3:50am 0.3 11:04am 2.5 4:47am 0.4

5:45am 0.4 12:30am 2.4 6:45am 0.5 1:29am 2.4 7:45am 0.5 2:28am 2.4 8:44am 0.5 3:25am 2.4 9:40am 0.5

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10:38pm 2.4 4:24pm 0.4 11:34pm 2.4 5:20pm 0.4 12:00pm 2.4 6:16pm 0.4 12:57pm 2.4 7:13pm 0.4 1:54pm 2.3 8:08pm 0.5 2:51pm 2.3 9:03pm 0.5 3:45pm 2.3 9:58pm 0.5

Amberley 10:08am 2.5 3:50am 0.3 11:04am 2.5 4:47am 0.4

5:45am 0.4 12:30am 2.4 6:45am 0.5 1:29am 2.4 7:45am 0.5 2:28am 2.4 8:44am 0.5 3:25am 2.4 9:40am 0.5

Beach

10:38pm 2.4 4:24pm 0.4 11:34pm 2.4 5:20pm 0.4 12:00pm 2.4 6:16pm 0.4 12:57pm 2.4 7:13pm 0.4 1:54pm 2.3 8:08pm 0.5 2:51pm 2.3 9:03pm 0.5 3:45pm 2.3 9:58pm 0.5

10:17am 2.5 3:59am 0.3 11:13am 2.5 4:56am 0.4

5:54am 0.4 12:39am 2.4 6:54am 0.5 1:38am 2.4 7:54am 0.5 2:37am 2.4 8:53am 0.5 3:34am 2.4 9:49am 0.5

Motunau 10:47pm 2.4 4:33pm 0.4 11:43pm 2.4 5:29pm 0.4 12:09pm 2.4 6:25pm 0.4 1:06pm 2.4 7:22pm 0.4 2:03pm 2.3 8:17pm 0.5 3:00pm 2.3 9:12pm 0.5 3:54pm 2.3 10:07pm 0.5

10:19am 2.5 4:01am 0.3 11:15am 2.5 4:58am 0.4

5:56am 0.4 12:41am 2.4 6:56am 0.5 1:40am 2.4 7:56am 0.5 2:39am 2.4 8:55am 0.5 3:36am 2.4 9:51am 0.5

Gore Bay 10:49pm 2.4 4:35pm 0.4 11:45pm 2.4 5:31pm 0.4 12:11pm 2.4 6:27pm 0.4 1:08pm 2.4 7:24pm 0.4 2:05pm 2.3 8:19pm 0.5 3:02pm 2.3 9:14pm 0.5 3:56pm 2.3 10:09pm 0.5

10:13am 1.9 3:55am 0.3 11:11am 1.9 4:53am 0.3

5:52am 0.3 12:36am 1.8 6:52am 0.4 1:33am 1.8 7:51am 0.4 2:31am 1.8 8:49am 0.4 3:27am 1.8 9:45am 0.4

Kaikoura 10:42pm 1.8 4:32pm 0.3 11:39pm 1.8 5:27pm 0.3 12:08pm 1.9 6:22pm 0.4 1:05pm 1.8 7:17pm 0.4 2:02pm 1.8 8:11pm 0.4 2:57pm 1.7 9:05pm 0.4 3:50pm 1.7 9:59pm 0.4

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block, next to the Gateway Events

Centre, will house hardand soft

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PrincipalStephenWalterssays the

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school boughtfrom the University of

Canterbury, whichwere temporary

relocatables usedafter the earthquakes.

‘‘We’vetaken them and made them

intopermanent buildingsand we’ve

sub­divided them to suit ourselves, so it

has madethe build reallyquick.’’

The facility was due to be furnished

and fitted out over the summerand has

large senior and junior technology

spaces,acomputer room, quiet spaces, a

staff work room, storage space and a

study room and kitchenette for the Year

13s.

It will be used by the school’sYear 1

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Southbrook School.

Mr Walters saysthe building

completes the school’s specialist

facilitiesand he is now hopingthe

Ministry of Educationwill approvean

expansion to the school roll so work can

begin on constructing new classrooms.

‘‘We’vehad ourfirst enrolmentfor

2030, with parents pre­enrolling a

2­year­oldfor Year9,which is a

measureofthe demand that we are

experiencing.

‘‘It’s nice that we arewell thought of

by the community.

‘‘The ministry’srestrictions on us

aren’t helpful, but Ithink withthe

growth in population, everyschoolis

going to experience growth and the

demand for us will grow as well.’’

Children’sbooks donated

By DAVIDHILL

The gift of reading has been extended

thanks to somegenerous donations to

the Rangiora Salvation Army.

The Inner WheelClub of Rangiora

presented RangioraSalvation Army

Captain NigelDeMaine with abox of

children’s books recently.

The donation followed amuch larger

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Armybythe Rotary Club of Rangiora

only afew days earlier.

The books were addedto the

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programmefor families in need.

‘‘I’ve been spoilt ...Weare just

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spirit. Ilove this town,’’ Mr De Maine

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SalvationArmyreceived to top up its

food bank.

‘‘This is just absolutely wonderful

and it’s about remindingkids what

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Local musicians to be showcased

By DAVID HILL

Kaikoura’s earthquakedamaged

Fyffe House is on

track to reopen next month.

The iconic heritage building

was badly damaged in the

November 2016 earthquake, but

people will be able to check on

the progress of repairs at the

annual Music on the Lawn

concert being held this

Saturday.

Property manager Ann

McCaw said she had hoped the

building would be ready to

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plastering, using the

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The work is being completed

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‘‘We bring you agreat line­up

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for, surrounded by the

mountains behind and the great

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The concert is celebrating its

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Kaikoura families.

PHOTO: FILE

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Community College North Canterbury,

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school.

Students in chef outfits busily prepare

food for their busy cafe, and the coffee

machine hums as students fine­tune

their barista skills.

Sports students head to the gym for

their daily workout and students in the

Emerge programme prepare for aday

orienteering on mountain bikes.

Out the back, equine students are hard

at work with the college horses.

Community College is free for students

aged 16 to 19, providing an alternative to

the secondary school system for students

who don’t always work well in the system

and have amore practical nature.

The hands­on experiences are

supported by tutors in real­life

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Literacy and numeracy are embedded

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graduate with NCEA levels 1and 2, and

gain credits toward level 3.

New Zealand Certificates in

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on offer.

For students thinking of leaving

school, who still want to complete NCEA,

the college is now taking enrolments.

Reimbursement for travel costs is

available.

Phone (03) 313 5874 or drop in to

discuss the opportunities available.

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North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

13

Variety the key to school lunches

By RACHEL MACDONALD

School lunches can be the bane of a

parent’s life.

Between the time when comparing

lunchbox contents is ahigh point of

junior school and when they’re old

enough to make their own lunches later

on, it can be aconstant scramble to

tempt playground tastebuds into giving

brains and bodies the energy they need.

The secret lies in being creative, says

Stef Van Meer, co­ordinator of Kaiapoi’s

Satisfy Food Rescue initiative.

She has areal thing about waste —no

surprise, given that the organisation

takes up to 10 tonnes of unsold food a

month from supermarkets, retailers

and growers, and distributes it to

charity.

She says she focuses on giving her

three children agood variety in their

lunchboxes, so sandwich­boredom

doesn’t have achance to set in.

‘‘I mix out sandwiches with rolls,

wraps, and things like left­over falafel

for avegetarian option. Ialso add

vegetable sticks, along with crackers

and asweet treat like amuffin or

biscuits.’’

And, with many schools now asking

that all rubbish be taken home, the

secret to avoiding packaging, she says,

is to chop everything up to fit.

This also helps eliminate unwanted

contributions to the compost heap.

‘‘If you send achild to school with a

whole apple, chances are it will come

back with two bites taken out of it and

the rest has to be binned,’’ she says.

‘‘So Icut the apple into slices, rub

them with lemon so they don’t go brown,

and spread them among the

lunchboxes.’’

Another useful lesson that delivers

for life, especially if you have busy

Brain food ... Ahealthy lunchbox is full of colourful fruit and vegetables.

children, is to start teaching them that

food is fuel, she says.

If they understand that every

lunchbox mouthful will help with sports

or other after­school activities where

they have to be moving or thinking fast,

it’s far more likely to be eaten.

Afew more tips:

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14 North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

Dux and Runner up ... Proxime Accessit Antonia Ranking, centre left, and Dux of school Bex

Hughes, centre right, are with Associate principal Paul Donnelly and Principal Karen Stewart.

PHOTOS:SUPPLIED

Top roles ... The head students for 2020, from front left, Principal Karen

Stewart, head girl Sophie Stephens, deputy head girl Sophie Dobson; back,

from left, deputy head girl Renee Woodward, head boy Oliver Machill, and

deputy head boys Zach Roberts and Bailey Howard.

High school’stop achievers honoured

ARangioraHigh School student who is

bilingual,avolleyball player, acricketer,

and aschoolleader, took out the inaugural

PrimeMinister’sVocational Excellence

Awardfor Excellence in Vocational

Studies.

The new award from the Ministry of

Educationwas won by Year 13 student

Jasmanda Tuaputa. Jasmanda is off to

AucklandUniversitytostudy thisyear.

The Dux of the school and winnerofthe

Cartwright Trophy was head girl Bex

Hughes. Bex was first in economics,

French, law and maths with statistics.

This yearthe Macintosh Cup for

ProximeAccessit, or runner­uptoDux,

was hotly contested. It was won by Antonia

Rankin who was first in history and

design.

Josh Unwin received the Rangiora High

School Scholarship for the top Maori

StudentStudying at Tertiary Level.It

recognises astudent who hasachieved

highly academically or in contribution to

tikangaMaoriinthe school.

Josh was topstudent in VisualArts and

is offtoVictoria University to study design.

He alsohas won aVictoria University

Tangiwai Scholarship to assist him with

his studies.

RangioraHigh School

www.rangiorahigh.school.nz

The Lamb &Hayward Scholarship was

won by head boyLachieMacfarlane.

Lachie has gainedNCEA Level1,2and 3

with Excellence,was captain of theSenior

Boys’ABasketball teamand an

outstanding head boy.The award

recognises academic performance,

leadership, servicetothe school, and

culturalorsportingachievement.

The head students for 2020have also

been named. Headboy will be Oliver

Machill,whilehead girl will be Sophie

Stevens. BaileyHoward and Zach Roberts

were named as deputy head boys.Sophie

Dobson and Renee Woodward were

namedasdeputy head girls.

Year 12 Awards

PTACup forAll round Academic, Sporting,

Cultural Achievement in Year 12:Abigailde

Visser.

Allen Cupfor AcademicExcellenceinYear

12:Zach Roberts.

Taonga Whakapono/the student who has

contributedmost to KaupapaMaoriwithin

school: MaxCunningham.

Year 11 Awards

RangioraDistrict LionessTrophy for

Extraordinary Effortand AchievementinYear

11:Zoe Miles.

RangioraHigh School Cupfor Achievement

in Year 11:GeorgiaGold.

Year 10 Awards

Te TaraKuratao Trophyfor MostPromising

Junior Maori Student: Jordan Wiki.

Weston Ward &Lascelles Trophy for top Year

10 girl wasjointly awarded to LilyGerard and

Alice Reid.

Weston Ward &Lascelles Trophy for top Year

10 boy: Quade McLachlan.

Year9Awards

Hiraina Carran Memorial Trophyfor Most

Promising Year 9Maori Student: HiraRatahi.

Boots NAll ServiceCentre Cup,Year 9,

female:Xanthe Jane.

Boots NAll ServiceCentre Cup, Year 9, male:

Oliver Kelly.

Principal’s Cupfor Top Academic

Performance by aYear 9student:Xanthe Jane.

Principal’s Cupfor Top academic performance

by aYear 10student: Sienna Garret.

Start Dates for 2020

Nau mai haere mai. Welcome to the new school year.

28 January New Enrolment Day

(9.00am for new non-enrolled students)

29-30 January Teacher Only Days

31 January Year 9Orientation (first day for Year 9)

3February Year 9-10 Orientation (first day for Year 10)

4February First day all levels are at school (Years 9-13)

5February House Sports Day

6February Waitangi Day

More detailed information onour

2020 start dates is available at:

www.rangiorahigh.school.nz

Proud ofour Past -Focused on our Future

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We would like to wish everyone a

Happy New Year!

Our school office willbeopen from Friday 31st January 2020.

The first day backfor studentsisMonday 3rdFebruary2020 starting at 8:55am.

Forall enquiriesplease phone the schooloffice on 314 9444.

Ahappy New Year to all our existing and new

school families. We look forward toseeing you

whenschool reopens.

Ourschoolhas an enrolment scheme,soifyou

are considering our wonderful, family-focused

school for your child, please check our website

for the enrolment scheme details or contact us

to reserve aplace.

School will be open for new enrolments from

Wednesday22January.

Students returntoschoolonMonday3February.

Allstationeryinformationfor thenew year is on

our schoolwebsiteorcan be accessed through

www.myschool.co.nz

www.leithfield.school.nz

Phone033148024

principal@leithfield.school.nz

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North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

15

New head students named

By DAVID HILL

Rangiora New Life Schoolhas

announcednext year’shead

students, as wellthe Dux and

runner­upfor 2019atits

annual Year 11 to 13

prizegiving heldinthe school’s

events centre recently.

Headstudents for 2020 are

AbbygailFraser (head girl),

JoshThornton (headboy),

Hannah Keenan (deputy head

girl) and Ethan Dawson

(deputy head boy).

Lastyear’sDux is Tom King,

who receives the Seatter

Family Cup, whileMichaela

CouperusisProximeAccessit

(runner­up).

Meanwhile, Kaiapoi High

School has named it’s 2020

headstudents:Mana Joyce­

Grace, DJ MacDonald, Jack

Kelly, LeytonWright (head

boy), Emma Blackwell (head

girl), Waiora Brooks, Katelyn

Howeand Lollie Stallard.

Kaiapoi’s seniorprizegiving

was heldinthe Ohoka

Community Halllast month

withRose Harper taking home

the evening’s top prize, the TE

French Prizefor Dux.

Other KHS awards

MattDoocey Award forAll­Round

Excellence at Year 13, University of

CanterburyLeighand Judith

Pownall Scholarship: Alanah Fern.

University of Canterbury Emerging

Leaders Scholarship: Kyla Forbes­

Kean.

University of Otago Leaders of

Tomorrow Scholarship with High

Credit:Eliza McCracken.

University of OtagoLeadersof

TomorrowScholarship: Alice

Hodges.

University of OtagoLeaders of

TomorrowScholarship and Dux

Scholarship: Rose Harper.

Clayton Cosgrove Awardfor All­

RoundExcellenceatYear 12: Emma

Blackwell.

Kate Wilkinson Awardfor All­

RoundExcellenceatYear 11: Holly

Duff.

MainPower Prize for Excellence in

Mathematics and Physics: Lewis

MacDonald.

MikePeroEntrepreneurofthe

Year Award:Rhys Severinsen.

PrimeMinister'sVocational

Award: Taylor White.

ARA Award for TopPerformerof

the YearinNew ZealandCertificate

inBusiness: SophieLynch.

Top Musician:KylaForbes­Kean.

Composer of the Year: Erika

Barclay.

Visual Arts Trophy for Outstanding

Contributionand Excellenceinthe

Visual Arts: XantheMcCurrie.

InternationalStudent Ambassador

Award: Sasha Kerrigan.

Head students

... Rangiora

New Life

School’s head

students in 2020

will be Abbygail

Fraser, left,Josh

Thornton,

Hannah Keenan

and Ethan

Dawson.

New leaders... Kaiapoi HighSchool’s2020 head studentsare, from

left,Mana Joyce­Grace, DJ MacDonald, Jack Kelly, Leyton Wright(head

boy),Emma Blackwell (head girl), WaioraBrooks, Katelyn Howe and

Lollie Stallard.

Outstanding International Student

Award: Urara Ishikawa.

Keetley PouakaiAwardfor the

student withthe most Kahu Award

Nominations: Sonal Rana.

Fraser Cup forOutstanding

Achievementinarange of cultural

activities:XantheMcCurrie.

Blackwell Cup for Community

Service: Artemis Hingston and

Leyton Wright.

Robertson andCounihan Cup for

andHelpfulness: AshleyAdamsand

Jordan Patient.

Dates for 2020

Friday 24 th January 2020

Course Confirmation Year 11 -13

1.30pm Year 11

2.30pm Year 12 and 13

Wednesday 29 th January 2020

All students (Year 1–13)

9.00am start

Mihi Whakatau (welcome) 11.30am

GP Hall

Welcome to the new schoolyear and to

new students, staff and parents.

Buses will run from Wednesday 29 th

January 2020

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SCHOOL

commences on

Tuesday

28 th January 2020.

Please remember to bring sunhats

and swimming togs.

Enquiries and new enrolments to

Di Officer, Principal 03 314 6814

Monday 27 th January - Teacher Only Day

Tuesday 28 th January -Y11 -13Students for

Course confirmation

Tuesday 28 th January -New enrolments

Wednesday 29 th January

-Whole school 8.50am

-Mihi Whakatau 9.00am

Thursday 6 th February -Waitangi Day

Monday 20 th January -Friday 24 th January

Office open 9am -3pm

Term Time Office Hours -8.30am -3.30pm

Welcome back all Students

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20 th -24 th of January -Office open for enrolments

27 th -28 th of January -Teacher Only Days

29 th of January -Y11 -13students only

30 th of January -Y1-10students only

31 st of January -Full School Y1-13

Pōwhiri 9am

School Hours 8.45am -3.00pm

Phone (03) 314 4430 •office@hurunuicollege.school.nz

Stephen Beck —Principal

Waipara School

Loffhagen Drive, Waipara

Ph 03 314 6814

www.waipara.school.nz

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OPEN DAY

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New Enrolments -4Feb 9am-3pm

(no appointment necessary)

Y7-8 Student Leaders Day -5February, 9am

First day for all students and families -7February, 9am

(gather in school carpark area for welcoming Pōwhiri)

Enrolment queries (in zone only)

enrolments@tematauru.school.nz

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Year 0-8. Noenrolment zone.

Twolearning pathways -TeReo Māori andEnglish

Exciting, innovative, personalisedlearning programmes

High qualitykaiako,genuine whānau participation.

February 3 rd -Ara Ako Interviews

February 4 th - First day for all ākonga

School Officewill be open from Monday 27 th to

Wednesday 29 th January from 10am -2pm.

Enrolments by appointment:

Contact Melanie Taite -Pitama (Principal)

03 313 8521 or 021 184 9344

mel@tuahiwi.school.nz

www.tuahiwi.school.nz

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JAN 2020

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Spiders in the library ... An Eriophora pustulosa (garden orbweb spider), one of

Bryce McQuillan’s stunning photographs in the Spiders Pungawerewere Up Close

Exhibition on display at the Kaiapoi Library until April 7.

Leg it to the library

for spider exhibition

By SHELLEY TOPP

Arachnophobes visiting Kaiapoi

Library in the next few months will

want to keep clear of the spider

exhibition.

The Spiders Pungawerewere Up

Close Exhibition is the smaller, touring

version of the original larger

exhibition, which has been developed

and is presented by the Canterbury

Museum.

The larger exhibition opened at the

Canterbury Museum in April 2015, but

is no longer on display there.

Spiders Pungawerewere Up Close

tells the story of aspiders’ life, with

information about feeding and venom,

vision, webs and spider diversity.

It features photographs by Hamilton

wildlife and macro photographer

Bryce McQuillan, and includes two

slide shows —one atouch­screen

showcase and the other amicro­eye

discovery tour to give the viewer an

up­close and personal look at five

spiders.

Images in the exhibition were taken

for the book, APhotographic Guide to

Spiders of New Zealand,bythe

Canterbury Museum natural history

curator, Cor Vink, and Bryce.

The book was published in 2015.

The exhibition also has adisplay of

spider­themed children’s books,

including an illustrated version of the

nursery rhyme Incy Wincy Spider.

New Zealand has an estimated 2000

species of spiders, with about 95

percent of them endemic. The rest

have been brought to New Zealand by

humans or were wind­borne

introductions.

The exhibition will close on April 7.

Care urged at roadworks

Motorists are urged to show more care

around stop/go operators at roadwork

sites.

The New Zealand TransportAgency

wantsall motorists to slowdown and

abidebytemporary speed limits.

The agency’s central South Island

system manager, Peter Connors, saysit

can be adangerous job.

‘‘A few roadcones and astop/go sign

are no protectionfrom aspeeding

vehicle.’’

The agencyhas been concerned by

reports of near misses wherestop/go

operatorshave almost been hit by

speeding vehicles.

Motorists are either not adhering to the

temporaryspeed limitinplace or driving

too closetothe roadworks crews.

‘‘This is unacceptable driving

behaviour because it puts everyone at

risk —not just the stop/go operator, but

othercrew members and roadusersas

well. Our workers are mothers, fathers,

brotherand sisters, justdoingtheir job.

They go to work each day expecting to be

able to go homesafely at the end of it.

‘‘Safety is our highestpriority,but we

can’t keep our people safeifother people

show no regardfor their well­being. No

one evergets to their destinationfaster by

abusingorshouting at astop/go

operator.’’

The point of astop/go operation is to try

to keep trafficmoving in both directions

when the statehighway is reduced to one

lane. ‘‘We try to keep delays to a

minimumbut sometimes traffic builds

up. We want to get people on theirway

again as quickly as possible.”

This summerthe agency is working on

its biggest maintenance renewal

programme for the last 10 years.The

summer is busiest for roadresurfacing

and repairs, as roadworkcrewstry to take

advantage of the long, dry days.


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18 North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

New sculpture ... Agiant eel water feature, commissioned by Kaiapoi developer

Jedd Pearce and made by Kaiapoi multimedia artist Mark Larsen, has been installed in

the courtyard of the new Riverside retail development, on Williams Street, alongside

the Port And Eagle Brewpub.

PHOTO: SHELLEY TOPP

Eel sculpture draws

admirers in Kaiapoi

By SHELLEY TOPP

Agiant eel swimming in Kaiapoi’s

central business district is attracting a

lot of attention.

The eel is part of awater­feature

sculpture installed in the courtyard of

the new Kaiapoi riverside retail

development alongside the Port and

Eagle Brewpub in Williams St.

The sculpture, of the largest

recorded longfin eel ever caught in

New Zealand —a24kg female —was

installed on December 19.

The eel was caught at Otago’s Lake

Waihola, near Milton, in 1974.

The eel in the water feature has

been named Tuhono Tuna.Tuna is the

Maori word for eel.

The work was ordered by Kaiapoi

developer Jedd Pearce and made by

local multimedia artist Mark Larsen.

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Welfare Fund on

Waitangi Day,

February 6.

The annual Waitangi

Day Vintage Car and

Tractor run will see

vehicles lining up at

the Percival Street

RSA car parkbefore

setting off.

Registrations for

tractors will be taken

from8.30am,and cars

from9.15am.

Tractors will beginto

rollout on the run to

the LoburnDomain

from9am, and cars

from10am, where the

participants will stop

for lunch.

Tractors cost $5 and

cars$10 to enter,with

the money donated to

the welfare fund.

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Bulldog in the Rangiora RSA carpark on Waitangi Day lastyear,

before setting out on the rally around Loburn.

PHOTO:FILE


Coffin used in deadly serious campaign

By ROBYN BRISTOW

Acoffin willbetowedthrough

NorthCanterbury this week in a

campaignaimedatpersuading

theGovernmenttoincrease

funding for the drugagency

Pharmac.

Dunedincouple Camilla and

JulianCox are on a1200­

kilometre tandem cycle ride from

theirhomecitytoWellington.

They alsohaveaskeleton

namedHope, seatedbehind them

in achild’sseat,intheir

endeavours to get more moneyfor

theagency.

Pharmacdecides which

medicinesand pharmaceutical

products are subsidisedfor use in

thecommunityand public

hospitals.The coffin andskeleton

‘‘represent Kiwiswho are dying

because they don’t have access to

life­savingmedicines,’’ Julian

says.

Thecouple wanttoraise

awareness forapetition andare

collecting signatures duringtheir

18­day ride throughthe South

Island and on to Parliament

Buildings.

Thepetition, organised by

Patient Voice Aotearoa,asks

parliament to urge the health

minister to conduct external

reformofPharmac andtodouble

itsbudget immediately,with a

plan to triple the budget within

twoyears.

Thepetitionisaiming for

250,000signaturesand canbe

viewed andsignedvia the website

rip.kiwi.

TheCoxeswill be in Amberley

today. Theywill alsostop in

Cheviot overnight on Friday, and

KaikouraonSaturday.

From Kaikoura,the ridewill

take themupthe coast to Picton,

wheretheir bikeand coffin will

be transportedbyferry to

Wellington.

Thecampaignisdoubly

important to the Coxfamily

because their19­year­old

daughter Rachael hascystic

fibrosis.

‘‘Newlife­saving and lifechangingmedicationsare

now

availablefor cystic fibrosis but we

can’t accessthem in New

Zealand, despite these medicines

being fundedincountrieslike

Australiaand Britain,’’ Mr Cox

says.

‘‘Pharmac hasagreed to fundat

least oneofthese treatments,

Kalydeco, with ‘low priority’. This

effectively means Kalydeco will

never be funded.

‘‘Pharmacunderstandsthat it

NEWS

North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

On the move ...

Dunedin couple

Camilla and

Julian Cox are

pedalling north in

acampaign to

boost Pharmac

funding.

PHOTO: SUPPLIED

makes economic sense to fundthe

medicine buttheywill only fund it

if they can ‘afford to’.’’

Mr Coxsays the Government

needs to spend an adequate

amount on medicationsand

doublePharmac’s budget.

‘‘Between 2007and 2018 the

New Zealand medicines budget

shrank in realtermsby0.3%.

‘‘New Zealandranks lastout of

20 OECD countriesfor market

access to modernmedicines.’’

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Quake

lessons

shared

Waimakariri’s earthquake

recoverylessons have been

shared with Nepali

officials.

Mayor Dan Gordon

recently hostedNepali

earthquake reconstruction

officials as part of atwoweek

European Unionfunded

study tour to New

Zealand.

The 19­strongdelegation

from the NepaliNational

Reconstruction Authority,

government officials and

representatives from

Kathmandu city met with

agencies in Wellington,

Kaikouraand Canterbury.

The visit followed

Nepal’s 7.8­magnitude

earthquake in April 2015,

in which 8790 people lost

their lives, 22,300 were

injured and 800,000 were

displaced.

‘‘It was an opportunity

for the delegation to find

out how we all responded

and they were particularly

interested in our

governance structure and

how we all worked

togetherinthat space,’’ Mr

Gordon said.

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back listening to the

presentations, becauseyou

forget how much we have

actually achieved.’’

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Sudoku

Fill the grid so that every column, every row

and each 3x3 box contains the digits 1to9.

Quick Crossword

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Simon Shuker’s CodeCracker

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1. Riotous fight (5)

4. Beg (7)

8. Windpipe (7)

9. Intended (5)

10. Always (4)

11. Similarly (8)

13. Smudge (4)

14. Gratis (4)

16. Contrary (8)

17. Frozen (4)

20. Lessen (5)

21. Release from duty (7)

22. Faithfulness (7)

23. Conditions (5)

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How many words of four letters or more can

you make? Each letter must be used only

once and all words must contain the centre

letter. There is at least one nine-letter word.

No words starting with acapital are allowed,

no plurals ending in sunless the word is

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Spot The Difference

Can you find 10 differences between the pictures?

Mighty Maze

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LADDERS

Puzzle One

Can you solve the six-letter words?

Connect the letter pairs in the ladder

on the left with the correct pairs in

the ladder on the right, with middle

letters IL. Wehave solved one to

start you off. GRILLS

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Use the coloured letters to

make two five-letter words on

the snake’s back.

We have given the first

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and the green word.

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1. Salt and ______ (6)

2. Tell afib(3)

3. This is on your foot (3)

4. Anettle ______ your skin (6)

7. Aseed in an apple (3)

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In an emergency, dial 111 and ask for Police

At the beach always swim between the flags, and be sun smart.

If caught in arip remember the 3Rs

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• RAISE your hand to signal for help.

• RIDE the rip until it stops and you can swim back to

shore or help arrives.

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NEWS

22 North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

Magpies can be fun companions

By SHELLEY TOPP

The ‘‘blasted magpies’’ was

how Denis Gloverdescribed

the songbirds whosequardle,

oodle, ardle, wardle, doodle,

warble featured in his most

famous poem, The Magpies.

He is not alone in cursing

magpies, introducedtoNew

Zealandfrom Australia

during the 1860s to control

insect pests. They quickly

became unpopular in

springtime becauseoftheir

ferocious attacks on hapless

humans who venture near

their nests.

However, if magpiesdo

touch down in your garden,

makefriends with them and

you willquickly learn what

devoted and hardworking

parents they are, and what

playful, exuberant little

characters they can be.

Our garden is hometotwo

magpies, which pair for life,

and everymorning they come

downontoour front lawn for

breakfast, along withthe

other birds.

Then, in early summer,

oncetheir chicks can fly, the

fledglings join their parents.

Fromthen on the adult

birds worktirelessly to feed

their babies, educate them,

and teachthem how to find

food.

Thisyear our magpies have

two chicks, Tubby and

Chubby, who grow fatterand

moredemandingbythe day,

while their poor parents grow

leaner,run ragged by their

squawking offspring.

Just likeother birds,

magpies quickly catch on to a

regular food source, but if it

happens to arrivelate, unlike

the other birds in our garden,

the magpies get up to all kinds

of hilarious antics to let us

know it’sbreakfasttime.

First,they will startsinging

outside our bedroom window.

Then, once we are up, there

will be the ‘‘hurry up’’glare

from the trellis oppositeour

diningroom, stomping around

on the carport roof makinga

huge racket,orsquawking

loudly at the backdoor.

The magpie parents have

alsolearnt how to ask for

extra food in timesofneed by

pecking on awindow.

The chicks have caughton

to this highlysuccessful

modus operandi but use a

moresubtle approach, sitting

on the trellis quietly singing

for their supper.

Magpies are clever,

resourceful, curiousbirds

who can learntoparrot the

human language.

Ourshaven’t done that yet.

Theydon’t needto.

Welcome garden companions

... Magpies are intelligent,

resourceful and curious birds

who are devoted and hardworking

parents to their

demanding offspring.

PHOTO: SHELLEYTOPP

Worn washer

to be replaced

The washing machine at the Karanga

Mai Early Learning Centre in Kaiapoi

racksupthe hours.Itisconstantly in use.

With 16 cotsfor babies and toddlers,

dailylinen fromthe kitchen and

bathroom,and outdoor adventures had

by childrenand young parents alike,

thereisalways aload readytogoon.

Extraloads are done as needed.

“It started with the earthquakes, when

we opened our laundry up for whanauto

use, and to this day there continues to be

aneed.”seniorteacherJacinta

McInerneysays.

“It’simportant to us that whanau feel

welcome and at homeatKaranga Mai.

We are committed to enablingequitable

participation for all. This can translateto

something as simpleashavingwashing

facilitiesavailable.”

With the existing washing machineon

its last legs, the time has finally come to

buy anew one.

The RotaryClub of Rangiora has given

$1500tocover the cost of anew,

industrial washing machine.

Rotary ClubofRangiorachairman

Philip Redmondand secretaryDavid

Ayerspresented the cheque to Jacinta

and some of the children last week.

The centreisrun by the Community

Wellbeing NorthCanterbury Trust,

whichdelivers arange of free social and

community services in the Hurunui and

Waimakariri.

Beingacharity, the trustrelies on

donations from people and businesses.

The centrewas established to provide

education andcare for the childrenof

youngparents attending the Karanga

Mai Young Parents College, enabling

parents to continuetheireducation and

be supported as young parents.

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24 North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

National success ... Reina Hines, left, aged 15, and Caleb Farrow, 16, with ‘‘Bumble Bee’’; Ethan Dawson,

16, teacher Matt Evans, and James Cameron, 18, with the ‘‘Mario kart’; and brothers Reuben and Simon Price,

16, and Nathan Houghton, 15, with the ‘‘Dark Trike’’, enjoyed success in the Evolocity Challenge. PHOTO: DAVID HILL

Students loved electric

atmosphere of contest

By DAVID HILL

Rangiora New Life School is

hoping for more power in 2020,

after punching above its weight

in the EvolocityChallenge.

Teacher Matt Evans saysthe

school planstoenter five teams

in the 2020 Evolocity Challenge,

for electric vehicles built by

student teams, after its three

teams claimed threeregional

andtwonationalawards

recently.

‘‘It’sprettycool to punch above

our weight and to beat some of

the big schools likeBurnside,’’ he

says.

‘‘We didn’t get the mono­wheel

up and running and we will

probably have afifth team as well

nexttime. It will be agood

chance for the seniors to mentor

the younger students.’’

It is the first time the school

has won national awards in the

competition, which began in

2014, he says.

❛It’s pretty cool to punch above our weight and to

beat some of the big schools.❜

Reina Hines, aged 15, and

Caleb Farrow, 16, collected ‘‘the

pitch award’’ at the nationals

held in Hamilton, for a

commercial for electric vehicles

which theypre­recorded.

The pair also won the award

for the fastest time in the open

class bikesstreetcircuitatthe

Canterbury regionalcompetition

last month with theirtwo­wheel

electricbikeknown as ‘‘Bumble

Bee’’.

Reina was the only girl in the

Rangiora team.

‘‘Itwas fun.

‘‘I enjoyed the teamworkand

being able to create something

like thisisquiteneat. Youget to

learndifferent skills and racing

is fun.’’

—Teacher Matt Evan

Ethan Dawson, 16, and James

Cameron, 18, won the award for

the best time in the openkarts

gymkhanainthe ‘‘Mario kart’’

sectionatthe nationals, after

missing out at the regionals.

James was behind the wheel

and said he was required to place

batons in the correctcoloured

buckets, butnearlymissed one.

‘‘I drovepastone of thebuckets

andcouldn’t getthe batonin, so I

threw it behind me anditlanded

in the bucket.’’

Brothers Reuben and Nathan

Price, both 16, and Nathan

Houghton,15, claimedtwo

regionalawards in the ‘‘Dark

trike’’ section,withthebesttimes

in thegymkhana and the street

circuit for 350­wattvehicles.

Jubilation ... Kaiapoi North School pupils showtheirdelight when

results are announced at the FirstLego League competition. PHOTOS: SUPPLIED

SchoolLegoteam

buildsonsuccess

By DAVID HILL

Following entertainer Ed

Sheeran’s advice, Kaiapoi

North School pupils have

been ‘‘picking up the pieces to

build alego house’’.

Its team recently competed

in the First Lego League

national competition in Auckland,

placing third among 42

teams and earning the right to

represent New Zealand in the

Asia­Pacific championship in

Sydney in July.

The team also took out the

judges’ award for best overall

team presentations, while

teacher Brayden Johnson was

named best coach.

Brayden says the First Lego

League is areal­world

problem­solving and robotics

challenge. First, students

create arobot using Lego and

the EV3 control block to

complete several challenges.

‘‘For this, students need to

use hands­on skills and

knowledge to create arobot

that can easily complete

multiple challenges in a

timed run,’’ he said.

Next, the pupils identified

aproblem and came up with a

solution based on the

competition theme of ‘‘City

Shaper’’. Experts crosschecked

their idea.

‘‘Kaiapoi North School

looked at creating sustainable

earthquake housing

units that are modular and

are able to be constructed in

six weeks from zero to six

storeys high,’’ Brayden said.

‘‘Both the robot and

problem/solution require a

presentation to be created

and five­minute speeches to

be delivered to judges.’’

The team got to Auckland

thanks to the support of

sponsors Pegasus Bay Auto in

Kaiapoi and the New Zealand

Brain Research Institute.

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PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Eyecatching visitor ... Sean Williams will be driving his top show roadster from Auckland

to attend Muscle Car Madness in Rangiora.

PHOTO: SUPPLIED

It began 30 yearsago with 44

cars. This month’s Trillo Metals

Muscle Car Madness is expected

to draw more than 900 cars and

thousandsoffans, writes Robyn

Bristow.

TrilloMetals Muscle Car Madness

celebratesits 30thanniversary this year.

More than900 cars fromWhangarei to

Bluffare expected at the Rangiora

showgroundsonSaturday andSunday,

January 25 and 26.

Theshowbeganin1990 afterRolleston

carenthusiast and collector Craig Stare

visitedRangiora. He thought the

Northern Agriculturaland Pastoral

Showgrounds in AshleyStreet would

make agreat venue fora‘‘weekend gettogether’’

for fellowcar enthusiasts.

Thefirst gathering attracted44cars.

Today, 30 years on,the tally reaches the

thousandmark regularly.

‘‘Ithought it would lastone or twoyears

butitjust keptdoubling in size.Inever

expectedittostill be going 30 years on,’’

thebusyorganiser says.

‘‘WhenIstarted it up, Ithought it would

be cool if it lastedacouple of years.’’

International recognition through

magazine exposureboosted its popularity

even further, andithas been hard to put

thebrakes on it since.

This year, about 2000car enthusiasts

areexpected to campatthe showgrounds

forthe show, which will featurean

Anniversary Cruise on theeveningof

Thursday,January 23.

Around 200 to 300 cars willtake partin

thecruise up HighStreet,Rangiora, at

about6.50pm, on to WestBelt andthen

back down High StreettoIvoryStreet,

LinesideRoadand Kaiapoi, wherethe

carswill drive down and back up

Williams Street,beforereturningtotheir

Rangiorabase.

Craig says amap will be posted on the

MuscleCar Madness Facebook page

outliningwhere the cruise willgo.

The cars will allline up in the

showgroundsfor the public display on

Saturday and Sunday,withthe opening

time moved forward to 9ambothdays,

andthe gates shuttingat4.30pm.

Therewill be no ticketsales after

4pm.

TheWhakataneRod andCustomClub

is headingsouthtocelebrate its 50th

anniversary, whilethe Toy Shedfrom

Rotorua has 44 entrants, manyofthem

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They include aModel AFord Coupe with

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Ian Neary'sViper V10­powered GTX

‘‘Eruption’’, aworld classshow car said

to be valued at morethan $700,000, will

be displayonthe Mothers Polishes stand.

There will be amodel car display on

the Sunday,

Craigsays anyone can roll up with

their‘‘showablestandard’’prideand joy

during the weekendfor the costofthe

$20 entry fee.

However, he suggeststhey come early

to avoid the traffic jam at the event,

wherethere will be vehicles galore,

people in their thousands, stalls in their

dozens, entertainmentfor kids and

adults alike, plus rubber to burn.

The Retro Rockabilly Pageant, in

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will start at noon on Saturday,and live

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Colorado,the Flyin’ Saucers from

Melbourne, and akids’ band.

Craigsays the event is afamily affair,

with ahuge numberofcraft stalls, atrade

area and aretro area with alot of

clothing and handbags.

‘‘It brings millions of dollarsinto the

community,’’ he says. ‘‘If you have never

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Expensive wheels ... Ian Neary's Viper V10 powered GTX ‘‘Eruption’’ is said to be valued at more than $700,000. It will be on display

on the Mothers Polishes stand.

PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Eyecatching visitor ... Sean Williams will be driving his top show roadster from Auckland

to attend Muscle Car Madness in Rangiora.

PHOTO: SUPPLIED

It began 30 yearsago with 44

cars. This month’s Trillo Metals

Muscle Car Madness is expected

to draw more than 900 cars and

thousandsoffans, writes Robyn

Bristow.

TrilloMetals Muscle Car Madness

celebratesits 30thanniversary this year.

More than900 cars fromWhangarei to

Bluffare expected at the Rangiora

showgroundsonSaturday andSunday,

January 25 and 26.

Theshowbeganin1990 afterRolleston

carenthusiast and collector Craig Stare

visitedRangiora. He thought the

Northern Agriculturaland Pastoral

Showgrounds in AshleyStreet would

make agreat venue fora‘‘weekend gettogether’’

for fellowcar enthusiasts.

Thefirst gathering attracted44cars.

Today, 30 years on,the tally reaches the

thousandmark regularly.

‘‘Ithought it would lastone or twoyears

butitjust keptdoubling in size.Inever

expectedittostill be going 30 years on,’’

thebusyorganiser says.

‘‘WhenIstarted it up, Ithought it would

be cool if it lastedacouple of years.’’

International recognition through

magazine exposureboosted its popularity

even further, andithas been hard to put

thebrakes on it since.

This year, about 2000car enthusiasts

areexpected to campatthe showgrounds

forthe show, which will featurean

Anniversary Cruise on theeveningof

Thursday,January 23.

Around 200 to 300 cars willtake partin

thecruise up HighStreet,Rangiora, at

about6.50pm, on to WestBelt andthen

back down High StreettoIvoryStreet,

LinesideRoadand Kaiapoi, wherethe

carswill drive down and back up

Williams Street,beforereturningtotheir

Rangiorabase.

Craig says amap will be posted on the

MuscleCar Madness Facebook page

outliningwhere the cruise willgo.

The cars will allline up in the

showgroundsfor the public display on

Saturday and Sunday,withthe opening

time moved forward to 9ambothdays,

andthe gates shuttingat4.30pm.

Therewill be no ticketsales after

4pm.

TheWhakataneRod andCustomClub

is headingsouthtocelebrate its 50th

anniversary, whilethe Toy Shedfrom

Rotorua has 44 entrants, manyofthem

very special.

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Plenty of grunt ... Russel Lowe's supercharged aircraft­engined Model ACoupe will be

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attending Muscle Car Madness. The engine dates from World War 2.

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It’s better in orange ... Christchurch visitor Hayden Coursey inspects a1932 Ford Sedan.

The colour is Ford Focus Electric Orange Pearl.

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They include aModel AFord Coupe with

aWorld War 2aircraft engine in it.

Ian Neary'sViper V10­powered GTX

‘‘Eruption’’, aworld classshow car said

to be valued at morethan $700,000, will

be displayonthe Mothers Polishes stand.

There will be amodel car display on

the Sunday,

Craigsays anyone can roll up with

their‘‘showablestandard’’prideand joy

during the weekendfor the costofthe

$20 entry fee.

However, he suggeststhey come early

to avoid the traffic jam at the event,

wherethere will be vehicles galore,

people in their thousands, stalls in their

dozens, entertainmentfor kids and

adults alike, plus rubber to burn.

The Retro Rockabilly Pageant, in

whichwomen can showoff theirbest 60s

attire, withsectionsfor gents and kids,

will start at noon on Saturday,and live

bandswill playthroughout the weekend,

including the Hillbilly Hellcats from

Colorado,the Flyin’ Saucers from

Melbourne, and akids’ band.

Craigsays the event is afamily affair,

with ahuge numberofcraft stalls, atrade

area and aretro area with alot of

clothing and handbags.

‘‘It brings millions of dollarsinto the

community,’’ he says. ‘‘If you have never

been before, don’t missthis greatfamily

event.’’

Admission is $20 for adults, with those

under16free.Public hours are 9am to

4.30pm each day.For more information

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North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

29

Networking ... Sharon Ward, second from left, and Community Wellbeing North

Canterbury Mana Ake worker Katie Thomas, centre, catch up with grandparents raising

grandchildren.

PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Grandparents raising

children supported

With our increasingly busy lives, it’s not

unusual for grandparents to play more of

an active role in caring for, or raising,

their grandchildren.

In North Canterbury, alocal trust has

responded by setting up support groups

aimed at grandparents who are taking

care of family full­time.

The groups were created and are run

by Mana Ake workers Marie Simpson

and Katie Thomas, who say that part of

improving the mental health of our

children is to consider the wellbeing of

their carers.

“As part of my work with young people

through Mana Ake –Stronger for

Tomorrow, Imeet many grandparents

who are caring for their grandchildren

full­time,’’ Katie says.

‘‘Lots of them feel as though they’re

the only ones in this situation and have

been struggling with feelings of

disconnection and isolation.

“Some grandparents have also shared

with us their feelings of shame and

stigma, for example, if grandchildren

have lost their parents to drug and

alcohol addiction or are in jail.”

Realising what little support was

available, Katie and Marie, who are

employed by the Community Wellbeing

North Canterbury Trust, set up two

North Canterbury grandparents’

support groups, one in the Hurunui and

another in Waimakariri.

The groups meet once amonth and

feature aguest speaker to answer

questions on arange of parenting topics.

“More than anything, it’s about

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finding support and much­needed

connection with others in similar

situations,” Katie says.

Members of the Amberley

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with athank­you morning tea courtesy of

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“It’s an opportunity to celebrate these

unsung heroes in our communities,”

Katie says.

The grandparents’ support groups

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By DAVID HILL

Kaikoura’s tourism operatorshave been

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Forward bookings remain strong and

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Whale WatchKaikoura marketing and

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30 North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

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ewes will be sold in the second

sale, while older ewes, capital stock and

rams will be on offer next week.

‘‘We hope there will be plenty of

interest. There seems to be more sheep

out there than we realised.

‘‘It is dry at the moment, but it’s typical

for aNorth Canterbury summer, so it’s

not too drastic. We just need agood

shower of rain.

‘‘Most people will have some

provisions for buying ewes after selling

lambs pre­Christmas and ewes can

survive on next to nothing at this time of

year.’’

He says store lamb sales were strong

pre­Christmas, but have fallen away in

the last couple of week due to alack of

surplus feed.

‘‘The cropping guys haven’t had the

crop because the season has been cooler

than normal, so we’re in that middle

ground with people who want to sell the

lambs, but others not having the surplus

feed to buy them.’’

The sale will get under way at 11am on

both days, with the majority of the ewes

being transported in the day before and

available for inspection from 9am on the

day of the sale.

Mr Rowe says the local Hawarden

churches have been notified and will

once again be catering over the two

days, with former Hurunui Mayor

Winton Dalley likely to be back in the

kitchen.

The Hawarden Ewe Fair has been

going for more than 100 years and is the

only ewe fair still running in North

Canterbury, with the nearby Sheffield

Ewe Fair being held next month.

Last year’s top price was $281, which

went to apen of half­bred two­tooth

ewes from Benmore farm, near Ward in

Marlborough. Most of the younger ewes

sold for $240 to $265, while the older

ewes fetched between $180 and $225;

and no stock was left unsold.

The low numbers last year was

attributed to farmers rebuilding flocks

after three years of drought and the

November 2016 earthquake. The 2017

Hawarden Ewe Fair was split over two

days to cater for more than 33,000 ewes.

Bidding ... Astrong gallery of buyers shows interest in the sheep at the Hawarden Ewe

Fair last year.

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Romney­Merino cross ewes from Bendigo Station in Central Otago at last year’s fair.

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hailstorm damageontheirvines.

The research has been driven by the

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Project leaderLen Ibbotson says there

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Hail tendedtobearandomevent and it

was important to broaden the information

base available to growers, so they could

react quicklyand makedecisions,Mr

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resource to helpput things in perspective

with what they need to do and whatthey

might expect as an outcome,’’ he says.

The research project was started aftera

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and the local Rural Support Trust.

Len said the meeting wasproductive,

with great information shared.

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times.’’

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Raising mahinga kai values

By GINA MCKENZIE

Makarini Rupeneisworking

closertohome.

Life has turnedfull circle for

Environment Canterbury’s pou

matai ko (mahinga kai

facilitator), who has moved his

focus fromKaikoura to the

Waimakariri area, where he

grew up and stilllivestoday.

Makarini’s role centres on

raising awarenessofhow to use

the landand environment in a

way that cultivatesan

understanding of mahinga kai

and sustainability.

He is excited about being back

on home soil after spending the

past 18 monthsworking with

farmers in Kaikoura.

“Beingback in my

turangawaewae(place of

standing) is very special as I

have astrong connectiontothe

land and waterways of

Waimakariri.

‘‘I’m passionateabout helping

landowners to incorporatethe

enhancementofmahinga kai

valuesinto their daily

practices.”

Makarini explains that

mahinga kai is amuch broader

concept than just food gathering.

“It’s everything and there’s no

way to put it into aboxed

definition.

‘‘Thinking about it as the value

of all the natural resourcesthat

sustain life is ahelpful way to

see how it is all connected.

‘‘We shareour history and

culture through gathering

resources and mana and

manaakitanga–beingable to

welcome people withrespect

Mahinga kai facilitor ... Makarini

Rupene is working with Waimakariri

residents to help improve cultural

values for land and waterways.

PHOTO: GINA MCKENZIE

and hospitality.”

Based on his interactions to

date, Makarinisays it is clear

that mostWaimakaririresidents

from children through to

lifestyle block owners,farmers

and those living in urbanareas

want to ensure the land and

water is healthy and supports

life.

“I see cultural values as very

aligned to sustainability and by

protecting and enhancing these

valueswe’re seeing the bigger

picture wherebiodiversity,

cultural values and

sustainability are all linked to

the same overall idea,which is

the improvement of our entire

environment.

“We’re all connected to the

land and the waterways. It’s

literally lifeand when we don’t

have ahealthy eco­system, we

are not healthy as apeople, a

community and acountry.

‘‘Unhealthyrivers impact us

all and damage our sense of

connectiontothe natural

world.”

Each day is different for

Makarini as he continues to

meet with awide variety of

people fromall over the

Waimakariridistrict.

“I might be giving a

presentation to school children,

then taking them out to see

mahingakai in action or visiting

farmerstohelp them identify

areas of mahinga kai to protect

on their farms.”

With the enhancement of

mahingakai now arequirement

when implementing Farm

EnvironmentPlans (FEPs) in

Canterbury,Makarini says

meetingface­to­face with

farmerstolook at opportunities

for them to protect mahinga kai

is an important part of his role.

“Some farmersare already

ahead of the game on this and

they may not realise that what

they’realready doing on farm,

such as fencingoff streams and

wet areas,along with planting

projects, couldqualify for the

mahingakai protection aspect of

their FEP.

“Othersmight not be sure

where to start. Iamvery downto­earth

and approachable, so I

am happy to meet with people

who need ahelpinghand.”

RURAL LIFE

North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

Farming project

eyes the future

By DAVID HILL

This yearisset to be ayear of

transitionasthe Post Quake

Farming Project looks to the

future.

Afteraneventful 2019,

project manager Michael

Bennett says the key to the

project’sfuture successwill

be building on the

momentumand setting

structuresinplace for when

government funding runs out

in early2021.

‘‘We’ve started abunch of

stuffinthe first year, so the

key thingwillbecommitting

to it and carrying on in the

second year.

‘‘Personally, I’m really

keen on having atransition

period where the

governancetransitions to a

grouplike the Hurunui

District Landcare Groupand

perhaps an eastern group,

for the area outside the

landcare group’s scope,or

another entity.’’

The Post Quake Farming

Project came about thanks to

governmentfunding after the

November 2016earthquake.

Afterayear of

information­gathering and

planning, the project kicked

off at the end of 2018by

establishing workstreams,

including horticulture,

forestry, farm/forestry

integration, agri­tourism,

‘‘telling our story’’, and

33

biodiversity.

‘‘Wedesigned an

extensionprogramme which

is unique and we delivered it

thisyear,’’ Mr Bennett says.

He says the extension

aspect is crucial, in ensuring

farmers understand what is

happening and why, rather

than just hosting field days

and‘‘ticking the box’’.

‘‘You’vegot to go thatnext

stepand help themtoact.

Andit’s got to be interesting

and engaging, or they won’t

come.’’

Mr Bennett saysthe

successofthe horticulture

workstream hassurprised

him.

‘‘The standout for me has

beenthe buy­in to

horticulture. Twelve months

ago Ithought it was along

shot. The lastthing Iwanted

to do was lead people down

the garden pathand leave

themwith alarge debt and a

crop they couldn’tsell.’’

Horticulture and agritourism

are giving families

options,withwomen in

particular taking an interest.

‘‘There’samassive issue

where really capable women

marry afarmer and end up

moving into arural area,

where that human capability

is under­utilised.’’ He has

alsofoundfarmer’schildren

wanttostay in the localarea,

meaning adiversity of

opportunities is needed.


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North Canterbury News, January 16, 2020

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Parents not the best career advisers

By DAVID HILL

Parents can have ahuge

influence on future career

choices, but the changing

nature of work means they may

not be offering their children

the best advice.

Rangiora High School

associate principal Paul

Donnelly says involving family

is an important aspect of

North Canterbury’s careers

expo.

‘‘That’s one of the things we

like about what we do because

parents have the greatest

influence on future careers,

but because the nature of

careers are changing so fast,

parents often don’t know

what’s available.

‘‘There are many pathways

young people can take and it’s

not just about the tertiary

sector.’’

ANorth Canterbury youth

futures committee has been

formed, following the success

of acareers expo hosted by the

school in June. Planning is

already under way for a

second annual expo later this

year.

The new committee is a

partnership of the Ministries

of Education and Social

Development, the

Waimakariri District Council’s

community team, Enterprise

North Canterbury, Community

College North Canterbury, the

Ara Institute of Canterbury

and 10 local schools, including

Rangiora and Kaiapoi high

schools, and local primary

schools.

‘‘Careers education starts at

primary school now,’’ Mr

Donnelly says.

‘‘Research shows primary

school children should be

exposed to different careers.’’

Rangiora High School

principal Karen Stewart says

‘‘micro­credentials’’ or

competencies have become a

big thing as research suggests

young people today will have

five to seven different career

changes during their working

life.

‘‘Education needs to keep up

with what is the next step.

There is areview under way of

NCEA and tertiary education

and it’s very important we as a

school understand what the

implications are for our

learners and what they need.’’

Arecent community

consultation by the school’s

Board of Trustees found that

parents see training young

people to be ‘‘lifelong

learners’’ and ‘‘global

citizens’’ as priorities, Ms

Stewart says.

Mr Donnelly says meeting

these changing needs means

educators need to constantly

‘‘change and develop’’

alongside their students to

meet the needs of the modern

working environment.

In this environment, he says

school senior leadership

teams need to be ‘‘responsive

and quite agile’’.

In her 15 years as aschool

principal, Ms Stewart says the

role has changed to having ‘‘a

On the beat ... Rangiora High School student Evie Wilmott chats to Senior Constable Kim Munro, left,

and Sergeant Mel Noonan, both of Rangiora police, about careers on the force during last year’s North

Canterbury Careers Expo.

PHOTO: FILE

lot more focus on developing

responsive curriculums’’.

‘‘A lot of that is about

wellbeing and not just of the

staff, but of the students. We

are constantly reviewing our

structures to make sure

people’s wellbeing is at the

forefront.’’

Given the complexities of

changing expectations and the

changing nature of work, it is

not surprising anxiety can be a

big factor.

‘‘There can be so many

choices, but at the same time

there can be so few choices

and that’s where competencies

are so important, as it’s those

competencies that allow

children to be successful.’’

While technology may be

changing the nature of work

and knowledge is at your

fingertips, Mr Donnelly says

schools have an important role

in teaching people the skills to

‘‘evaluate that knowledge’’.

Young people need adults

‘‘they can trust in’’.

Rock painting for kids

Children 8years and over are invited to

asession on rock painting at Rotherham

on Monday, January 20, 10am to noon,

and Cheviot on Thursday January 23,

1pm to 3pm. It provides awonderful way

to explore creativity in paint, create

great gifts and decorate spaces or your

garden. Take your own rocks —there

will also be design samples. Adults are

welcome too. Cost: $2 per person for

materials. Registrations: Phone (03) 314

3406 or drop an email to

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Let’s Play! Drama for Teens

Play with movement, voice and group

games, make up stuff or tell your own

stories, and create surprising and funny

scenes together on Tuesday, January 21,

at Cheviot. Facilitator Belinda Meares

will teach InterPlay with players 10

years and over. It is an easy drama

method that supports performance and

life skills. The session runs from 1pm to

3pm. For registrations, drop an email to

tbhlearningexchange@gmail.com or

phone (03) 314 3406

Sugarcrafting flowers

Add adecorative touch to cakes for

special occasions. Gill Hobbs will

demonstrate the process of making

realistic­looking flowers, and discuss

ingredients and materials at Amberley

on Sunday, January 26, from 1.30pm to

3.30pm. Everything will be provided and

you can craft flowers to take home at the

workshop. Cost: 2TimeBank Hurunui

credits or $15, plus $3 for ingredients.

Registrations: (03) 3143406 or email

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Growing seasonal veges

Sarah and William Hughes­Games have

been running avege garden year­round

locally for 20 years, feeding their family

and selling spray­free vegetables and

seedlings from their Waipara Gardens

shop. Avisit to their garden will be held

on Tuesday, February 4, from 10.30am to

noon, to learn about planting crops for

seasonal produce, and share ideas and

tips. Cost: 1.5 TimeBank Hurunui credits

or $12. Registrations: 03 314 3406 or

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Bee-keeping basics

Lindsay Moir has spent his lifetime with

bees and is abeehive inspector who runs

courses nationally. He will talk on

Monday, February 10, from 7.30pm to

9pm, at the Amberley Library, show a

video, and discuss what’s involved in

setting up and registering hives, ongoing

cost and time demands, keeping bees

healthy and making your garden beefriendly.

Cost: 1.5 TimeBank Hurunui

credits or $12 suggested. Registrations:

Phone (03) 314 3406 or email

tbhlearningexchange@gmail.com.

Seed-saving

Co­founder of the local Seed Sentinels

Group, Richard Watson, will show how

to harvest, process and store seeds and

discuss breeding strategies on Saturday,

February 15, from 2pm to 4.30pm. Cost:

2.5 TimeBank Hurunui credits or $15.

Registrations: Email

tbhlearningexchange@gmail.com or call

(03) 314 3406.

Rangiora Sunday Market

The next Rangiora Sunday Market in the

Blake Street car park will be held this

Sunday, January 19, from 9am to 2pm.

There will be lots of great bargains,

including plants, clothing, household

items and much more. Children are also

in for atreat. They are welcome to

operate Thomas and friends in the

nearby North Canterbury Model

Railway Club’s rooms.

Furious Hours, by

Casey Cep

This is the

stunning story of

an Alabama serial

killer and the

true­crimebook

that HarperLee

worked on

obsessivelyinthe

yearsafter To Kill

aMockingbird.

Now CaseyCep

brings this story to

life,fromthe

shockingmurders

to the courtroom

dramatothe

racial politics of

the DeepSouth.

Brothers in Arms,

by Geraint Jones

Darkly funny,shockinglyhonest, Brothers in

Arms is an unforgettable account of the brutal

reality of war –every boring,scary,exciting

moment –and the bondsoffriendshipthat can

neverbedestroyed.

Birdstories,byGeoff Norman

Afascinating, in­depth account of New

Zealand's birds, Birdstories spans their

discovery, their place in both Pakeha and

Maoriworlds, their survival and conservation,

and the illustrationsand art they have

inspired.

Thesetitles areavailableinboth the

Waimakaririand Hurunui district libraries.

To findout more aboutrecent additions to the

collections in both the libraries, go to the

library catalogue at waimakariri.kotui.org.nz

or hurunui.kotui.org.nz.

Alternatively,contact yourlocallibrary for

information on their library collection.


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Public Notices

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Waipara mātaitai reserve application, Hurunui, Canterbury

Pursuant to Regulation17of the Fisheries(South Island Customary Fishing) Regulations

1999, Te Ngāi Tū AhuririRūnanga Inc. haveapplied for amātaitai reserve along the

coastline at the Waipara River mouth, Hurunui, Canterbury.

Proposed Waipara mātaitai reserve

The approximate area of theproposed mātaitai reserve extends northward from the end

of GolfLinks Road, along the coastline for 5.6km,and offshore 1km. It covers those South

Island fisheries waterswithin the following lines:

(a) From the startingpoint on the meanhigh-water mark at 43°7.945’S and 172°50.614’E;

then

(b) By astraightline in asouth-easterly direction for approximately one kilometre to a

pointoffshore at 43°8.417’Sand 172°50.971’E; then

(c) By aline in agenerally south-westerly direction, for approximately4.8 kilometres, to a

pointoffshore at 43°9.747’S and 172°48.280’E; then

(d) By astraightline in anorth-westerlydirectionfor approximatelyone kilometretoa

pointonthe mean high-water markat43°9.431’Sand 172°47.679’E (approximately at

the end of Golf Links Road); then

(e) By aline in generally north-easterly direction along the mean high-water mark to the

starting point.

Amātaitai reserveisanidentified traditionalfishing ground and is established for the

purposeofcustomary food gathering.Mātaitai reserves are limited to fisheries waters and

do not include any land area.

Te Ngāi Tū Ahuriri RūnangaInc. and FisheriesNew Zealand have previously consulted

with the local community on the application.

Pursuant to Regulation19(5), this notice outlinesthe detailofthe application and invites

written or electronic submissionsabout the fish stocks in the area specified in the

application from persons who take fish, aquatic life, or seaweed or own quota, and whose

ability to take suchfish, aquatic life, or seaweed or whose ownership interest in quota may

be affected by the proposedmātaitai reserve.

Submissions must be made by 5pm on Monday,24February 2020.You can emailyour

submissiontous.

Email to FMSubmissions@mpi.govt.nz

While we prefer email, you can post yoursubmission to:

Spatial Planningand Allocations

FisheriesManagement

FisheriesNew Zealand

PO Box2526

Wellington 6140.

Furtherinformation about mātaitaireserves, includingamapofthis proposed mātaitai

reserveand the application, is available on the Fisheries New Zealand website

(www.mpi.govt.nz/fisheries), or by contacting Fisheries New Zealand at the above address.

Submissionsare public information

Note, that any submission youmake becomespublic information. People canask for

copies of submissionsunderthe Official InformationAct 1982(OIA). The OIA sayswe

have to make submissions available unlesswehave good reasons for withholding them.

That is explained in sections 6and 9ofthe OIA.

Tell us if youthink there are grounds

to withhold specific information in

your submission.Reasonsmight

include that it is personal information

or commercially sensitive. However,

any decision MPI makes to withhold

informationcan be reviewed by the

Ombudsman,who maytell us to

release it.

Gardening

TIDY TREES AND gardens.

All tree pruning,

felling, hedge trimming and

general gardening. Telephone

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tidytreesandgarden@gmail.com

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DOWNSIZING? Garage

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Please telephone 313 1878

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TEXEL Romney Cross

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Wanting to

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Public Notices

PUBLIC NOTICE OF

APPLICATION FOR

ON-LICENCE

SECTION 101, SALE

AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

AP Hospo Group Ltd,

4 Edward Staffor Ave,

has made application

to the District Licensing

Committee at Rangiora

for the renewal of an On

Licence in respect of the

premises situated at 42/7

Silver Stream Blvd known

as Indian Lotus.

The general nature of the

business conducted (or to

be conducted) under the

licence is Restaurant.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is (or is intended to be)

sold under the licence are

Monday to Sunday 11am to

10.30pm.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office

of the Waimakariri District

Licensing Committee at 215

High Street, Rangiora.

Any person who is entitled

to object and who wishes

to object to the issue of

the licence may, not later

than 15working days after

the date of the publication

of this notice, file anotice

in writing of the objection

with the Secretary of

the Waimakariri District

Licensing Committee at

Private Bag 1005, Rangiora.

No objection to the renewal

of alicence may be made

in relation to amatter other

than amatter specified in

section 131 of the Sale and

Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.

This is the second

publication of this notice.

This notice was first

published 9th January 2020.

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Kaiapoi Christadelphians

“The Key ofKnowledge ..“(Luke 11:52)

ISRAEL -AN

ATTRACTIVESPOIL?

Bible prophecy points to Israel becoming

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Markham Street, Amberley

NOTICE OF CHANGE

On 9January 2020, the Hurunui District Council

advertised for objections to the proposed closure of

asection of Markham Street, torun The Markham

Street Party.

On Saturday 1February 2020

from 12 noon to 8pm

The previously advertised date for objections was

incorrect;please lodge any objections to theclosure,

with councilby:

12 noon Monday 20 January2020

This closure is proposed under paragraph 11(e) of the

Tenth Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974. The

proposed closure will apply to all vehicular traffic with the

exception of emergency services vehicles.

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