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70 years of friendship

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FRIENDSHIP: A group of friends who met at Avonside Girls’ High School in 1950 have come together to meet every year since.

(Back row, from left) – Norma-Ann Prior, Valerie Percy, Anita Blake and Rosalind (Rosie) Fahey.

(Front row) – Moira Forsyth, Joy Masters, Eleanor Gillespie, Alison Royfee and Rosemary Harper. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

• By Sophie Cornish

AS THE saying goes, it takes

a long time to grow an old

friend.

And for this group of ladies,

it’s been a long time – close to

70 years in fact.

As 14-year-olds, the group

of women met when they were

placed in the same class at

Avonside Girls’ High School in

1950 and have reunited every

year since.

For three, Rosemary Harper,

Valerie Percy and Eleanor

Gillespie, all now in their 80s,

their friendship dates back to

when they were five-years-old,

after meeting at Opawa School

in 1941. • Turn to page 4

A CAUSE of a mysterious smell

- likened to rotting fish or dead

animals - in Christchurch’s

eastern suburbs could be

pinpointed soon.

Residents have been

complaining about the stench

for years, but so far the cause of

the smell in Bromley, Linwood

and Woolston remains elusive,

with authorities saying it could be

a range of things such as industrial

sites or the Avon Heathcote Estuary.

But pinpointing the source could

be on the way, with Environment

Canterbury trialling apps for

residents to report the smell as soon

as they catch a whiff.

Woolston resident Karyn Fallon

said the smell had been around

for as long as she could remember.

“It’s almost like a sulphur sort

of smell. It’s very dependent on

the wind. I’m not very good with

directions but whichever way it

needs to blow, if it’s blowing this

way we do get it really strongly,”

she said.

Fallon has lived in the city’s

eastern suburbs for 23 years and

said she had always thought it was

the city’s oxidation ponds - but

now she’s not so sure.

• Turn to page 4

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Resident fed up with street repairs

• By Matt Slaughter

CRYSTAL TANNER is sick

of waiting for the kerbs and

cycleway on Sheldon St,

Woolston, to be constructed to

the right standard.

These parts of the street were

ripped up and concreted once in

2018 but the job was not carried

out to the correct standard, so

now this work is taking place

again.

Mrs Tanner said the repairs

were originally supposed to take

three months but instead took

nine.

Higgins Contractors Ltd was

employed by the city council to

complete this job. Due to the

quality of concrete it used being

below the required strength

standard on its first attempt, it

is managing and paying for this

work to be re-done with stronger

concrete.

Said city council head of

transport Richard Osborne:

“The concrete on a large portion

of Sheldon St did not meet

the strength requirement. As

a result a strip of the roadway

approximately 500mm wide adjacent

to the kerbs has been dug

up as part of the repair works.

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FRUSTRATED: Crystal Tanner has been inconvenienced by parts of Sheldon St, Woolston, being

ripped up and concreted twice since 2018.

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Cyclists may dismount and use

the footpath.”

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and work is scheduled to be the delay this will cause to the

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is not good enough for her because

of the length of time it has

taken to get the job right and the

inconvenience this has caused.

“It’s been going on for two

years. We had the nine months

and then we had another six

months where we had to wait

while they fixed other parts up,

and now this one shouldn’t be

happening this year.”

Mrs Tanner said the

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current state of the kerbs and

cycleway means they are not

currently usable.

Said Mrs Tanner: “If they’d

done the concrete correctly, then

the road would be usable for

everybody.”

She said the work being

completed on Sheldon St means

the section of the Heathcote Expressway

cycleway, which runs

along it is difficult to use and a

footpath on one side of the street

is not flat and can not be used by

people in wheelchairs.

Mrs Tanner also said she

did not receive a letter saying a

second attempt is being made at

the repairs.

But, Mr Osborne said letters

were distributed to residents on

January 13 and road signs were also

installed with details on the work.

As well as this, she is concerned

about the planter boxes,

which have been installed along

the street taking up spaces where

cars used to be able to park.

Said Mrs Tanner: “The overall

inconvenience is that you’ve got

the noise, you’ve got the dust and

you’ve got the people [workers] out

there, so you don’t feel like you can

use the front of your street, you

don’t feel like you can go out there.

“It’s the lack of accessibility, it’s

the lack of safety for others,” she

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The hunt for

elusive smell

• From page 1

“We had some breaks in

meeting to be young wives and

mothers. We are all either 83 or

84 now, but were only 14 when

these special friendships were

made. We meet each two to three

months and stay in touch. We

are still the same women,” Mrs

Gillespie said.

Mostly the group meet at each

others homes for afternoon tea

and each bring a plate of food to

share.

This way they can laugh and

make as much noise as they like,

Mrs Gillespie said.

Three of the group have

passed away, including most

recently, Fay Rabone-Powell, in

December.

“It was a month to the day

that we met (this month). She

badly wanted to come too, she

knew all about it. But she had

been in and out of hospital,

sick. We use to go to Fay’s quite

a bit, she had a big home,” Mrs

Gillespie said.

The group were in a small class

of 21 at Avonside, where most

had 30 pupils, something they

believe may have contributed to

their close friendships.

“I don’t know what the secret

is; it is very special, especially for

the women who are widowed.

I just want to tell any young

SCHOOL DAYS: Form

class 3CB at Avonside

Girls’ High School in

which the group of

friends first met.

Long friendships formed

people, it’s difficult when

you have young children but

suddenly it becomes very special.

Your school friends, you have

to make a point of staying in

touch,” Mrs Gillespie said.

Between them, they have 26

children, 54 grandchildren and

10 great-grandchildren, with

another on the way.

“We have been quite

productive haven’t we,” Mrs

Gillespie said.

The women were placed in a

commercial course after school

and most ended up as secretaries,

in banks, law firms or offices,

some even ended up working for

the same companies.

• From page 1

“It’s always been bad but

probably but more so since the

earthquakes and it has made me

wonder over time whether it is

actually the Bromley ponds or

whether there is another cause

for it,” she said.

ECan started a specific

programme to look at odours

about 12 months ago in efforts to

solve the mystery.

Its senior manager for service

delivery Nick Daniels said there

had been more than 300 odour

related complaints within those

12 months.

“They’re quite literally a

number of causes out there

... food processing industries,

composting industry, there’s also

a wastewater treatment plant and

transfer station,” Daniels said.

“So there are a number of

potentially odour and emitting

sources out in Bromley that we

need to try and get on top of.”

Daniels said work done with

Canterbury District Health

Board had shown there was no

health risk associated with the

odours, and he hoped smart

phone apps could be used as a

tool to help find the culprits.

Business can also be penalised

for releasing unpleasant odours.

ECan will host feedback sessions

on the apps next month and report

back to the local community

board in mid to late March.

CULPRIT?: Oxidation ponds in Christchurch.

PHOTO: CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL

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‘fashionable, functional footwear’

Newly opened, the Shoe Room in Riccarton Road,

just across from the Bush Inn Centre, offers an

extensive range of specialised footwear for people

that have foot problems, difficulty finding shoes or are

simply looking for stylish, comfortable shoes.

This bright, modern and attractively laid out store is

owned by podiatrist Charlotte Russell, who also owns

and operates the podiatry clinic Feet First in Upper

Riccarton. The Shoe Room was previously part of the

clinic, but increasing demand for “fashionable, functional

footwear” meant they needed to expand, Charlotte says.

As a stand-alone store with much more space, the

Shoe Room is able to offer an extended range of brands

and styles to accommodate feet requiring specific

features, such as wider, deeper or more narrow fitting

and for those who are on their feet all day.

The Shoe Room Shop assistant Wendy, left,

business owner Charlotte Russell, centre,

and shop manager Maxine.

At present, the majority are women’s shoes, but the

men’s range will be expanded with the arrival of the

winter season collection, Charlotte says.

Brands on display include Mephisto from France,

which is exclusive to the Shoe Room in New Zealand,

Australian brands Frankie 4, Revere and Propet, and

Taos from the United States.

The shop has been thoughtfully designed with seating

and large mirrors to the side of the display areas, so

customers have plenty of space to try shoes on and

walk around in them. Shop manager Maxine and shop

assistant Wendy both have extensive experience in

footwear, so can assist and advise customers on the

best fit and style to suit their needs.

“This is a point of difference for the Shoe Room –

having people who know about shoe fitting to help our

customers,” Charlotte says. “We will also be having a

For the next two weeks –

January 27 to February 8

The Shoe Room is having a

New Year Sale

giving customers the chance

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summer footwear at

reduced prices

The Shoe Room offers an extensive range of

stylish, comfortable footwear.

podiatrist in the shop for consultation and fitting by

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For customer convenience there is an off-street

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‘Heartbreak’ after items stolen from graves

• By Sophie Cornish

AN UPSET mother has resorted

to permanently attaching

treasures to her children’s graves

after several items were stolen –

including three sacred pounamu.

Gwyneth Beard has lost two

children, son Elwyn in 1991 and

her daughter Talla Pakeha in

2011.

Elwyn was eight-months-old

when he died of cot death and

Talla was 25 when she died from

a severe asthma attack.

Both are buried at Ruru Lawn

Cemetery in Bromley.

Talla’s twin boys, Tane and

Aka, were six-years-old and

Ngatanahira, was four-years-old

when she died.

She was also seven months

pregnant and the unborn baby

did not survive.

With Talla’s birthday approaching,

Gwyneth, along with

her grandsons, Tane and Aka,

who are now 14, spent time tidying

up her grave.

Returning the next day,

Gwyneth noticed a plaque, string

of solar lights and pounamu

necklace had been stolen.

“We have cemented down

most of the pounamu. The other

one, we never got around to doing

it,” she said.

It’s not the first time she has

felt “heartbroken” by thieves.

About three years ago, two

pounamu were stolen from

Elwyn’s grave.

One of the items was found for

sale on Facebook, with the offender

admitting to police it had

been sold for $300.

The other pounamu was never

recovered and the offender was

never charged, making Gwyneth

reluctant to report the most

recent thefts.

“We were just given the stuff

back and never heard anything

more about it. I just didn’t want

LOSS: Thieves have stolen items from two

of Gwyneth Beard’s children’s graves. She

wants security cameras in all city council-run

cemeteries. PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN

to deal with that again.

Gwyneth’s aunt also had four

steel roses valued at $10 each

stolen soon after she placed them

on her husband’s grave at the

same cemetery.

“That really broke my heart

because she probably used her

pension to get those,” she said.

Talla and her sons were subjected

to family violence when

she was alive.

Her sons have now become

advocates against domestic

violence, sharing their story

through singing and speeches at

community events and the Ministry

of Justice summit last year.

“It’s really heartbreaking, she

has already been violated and now

she should be resting in peace and

then they come and do that and

then that violates her too.

“Being Maori I just don’t

understand, it’s so wrong to take

things from the cemetery, let

alone pounamu,” Gwyneth said.

She hopes the city council will

consider installing security cameras

in all parts of the cemetery.

The city council acting unit

manager for parks, Al Hardy,

said family and friends are responsible

for items on graves.

“Council would ordinarily

only remove broken or neglected

items or materials that represented

a health or safety issue.”

Mr Hardy would encourage

reporting the thefts to the city

council’s contact centre and said

over the past year, five have been

reported.

“There have been no steps

taken for theft of items from

grave sites. For added security

following the March 15 tragedy,

the Memorial Cemetery has

camera surveillance.”

Mr Hardy said extra security

measures would be considered

on a case-by-case basis.

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May brothers impress

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TAKING UP judo five years ago

has changed the course of life

for former Christchurch Boys’

High School student

Lorcan Fivet.

He has the Olympics

to work towards, he

has changed his studies

to a sports-related

qualification and he

has gained more

personal confidence

than he thought was

possible.

Fivet, a Strowan

resident, trains twice a day,

and balances his passion for

judo with his bachelor of sport

coaching majoring in sports science

studies at the Canterbury

University and has a job at UC’s

Recreation Centre.

The training has paid off,

with national titles in the junior

men’s category in 2017 and

• By Jacob Page

BROTHERS ZACH and Seb

May were able to turn heads at

the North Island age-group golf

championships.

Zach, 17, finished runner-up

in the under-19 field at the

Hamilton Golf Club, while

Seb, 14, managed third in the

under-16 category. The duo live

in Fendalton.

Zach said the result was reward

for the work he had done on his

game after a challenging 2019.

He was the co-leader heading

into the final round but could

not hold-off Miramar’s Sam

Masters in the final round.

Zach finished at +3, two shots

behind Sam.

“I was pleased with the week I

had, last year was tough for me,

the first six months was a struggle

with the way I was playing

and I worked really hard at it so

it’s nice to see the results coming

from that,” he said.

“My driving off the tee was my

issue, it became a mental thing

for me, I could go out onto the

driving range and hit quality

drives time-after-time but then

I’d play a round and it would all

fall apart – I’d get the yips really.

“The positive thing is that my

short game has got better because

I’ve become used to playing

in positions on the course

that are tricky,” he said.

Seb was the outright leader

heading into the final round of

the under-16 tournament before

a 77 saw him finish at +7, eight

shots behind the winner, Ryan

Rooney from Fielding.

“I thought it was a pretty good

week against some tough golfers,”

he said.

“I haven’t played much in the

North Island because I have had

a wrist injury but it was good to

get the opportunity and backing

TALENTED

DUO:

Brothers

Zach (left),

and Seb May

both had

top-three

finishes at

the North

Island agegroup

golf

champs in

Hamilton.

my ability.”

Neither of their parents

played golf but they Zach was

taken to Russley’s junior golf

clinics at the age of five and Seb

followed. Their sister, Maddie,

15, also plays golf and has represented

Canterbury.

Zach said his next focus

would be the Canterbury

strokeplay this weekend at

Harewood Golf Club then the

South Island strokeplay in Dunedin

in a fortnight.

Seb will switch his focus to

cricket for the short-term.

Judo provides new life direction

Lorcan Fivet

2018, a world ranking of 13 in

June last year, and a first senior

men national title in 2019.

The 20-year-old travelled

to Brazil recently

for an intensive training

opportunity.

The training will take

place for three months

before he competes in

Argentina, Peru and

Chile, as part of a

dream to compete at the

2022 Commonwealth

Games.

Fivet has his sights set on the

2024 Olympics and that means

full-time training for the next

four years.

“I want to take it as far as possible,”

he said.

He has been passionate about

judo since he first tried it five

years ago.

“I tried it and loved it. After

the first year I was competing

and training 12 times a week.

I went through the grades to

black belt.”

He teaches the three to 10

year-old class at his club, Premier

Equipe Judo, and “would

definitely recommend judo,

especially for young kids.”

Along with fitness, coordination,

discipline and

coaching skills, judo has given

Fivet another important

life lesson.

“I used to be extremely introverted;

I hated any kind

of social interaction. My first

two or three years of judo I

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shadows, and avoid attention.

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SPEED SKATER Ethan De Rose

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with a bronze medal on the

final day of competition at the

Youth Winter Olympic Games

at Lausanne, Switzerland, last

week.

Competing in a mixed

nation team, De Rose, who

finished year 13 at Shirley Boys’

High School last year, looked

confident throughout the

knock-out rounds, as his team

advanced to the bronze medal

final in the mixed team relay.

He said the result exceeded his

own expectations.

“We all skated really well today

and we’re so happy to come

away with a bronze medal. This

was a huge highlight, I definitely

didn’t think I’d end up with a

medal so I’m super stoked.”

De Rose combined with Italian

Thomas Nadalini, Korean

Min Seo and Great Britain’s

Olivia Weedon for the medal.

Earlier in the event the

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1000m individual event and 10th

in the individual 500m.

De Rose began speed skating

at four-years-old, after his mother

saw an advert in a newsletter.

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ACHIEVEMENT: Ethan De

Rose made the most of his

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outside of skating.

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said when he made the Olympic

team back in November.

“At the start it was more casual

until I was about eight then I

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and that made me want to progress

and be competitive.

“It’s so tense and so strategic

and you’ve just got to give it

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Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by appointment)

This group offers assistance

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tablets, smartphones, email, Facebook,

Skype, Word, cellphones

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for more information.

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JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will be

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Shirley and Parklands libraries,

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New Brighton Pier - Adam

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All week, open until close

Go along to see photographs

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New Zealand 20 years ago and

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Linwood Library

BestStart Community Market

Morning

Wednesday, 9am-noon

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Thursday, 9.30am

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Taiora: QE II Recreation and

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CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand to

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New Brighton Library

Kawhe & Kōrero

Thursday, 10–11am

Want to practise your te reo?

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New Brighton Library

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-12pm

Go along and join in a game

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games rummy and mahjong.

This is a free event.

Linwood Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Make new friends,

practice english and learn

about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library

New Brighton Seaside

Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Enjoy a warm and fun

atmosphere beside the seaside.

With live entertainment, food

and free face-painting.

New Brighton Pedestrian Mall

Lunar new year bilingual

storytimes will be held at

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from 10.30 to 11.30am.

Celebrate lunar new year

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Saturday, 10am-noon

Are you interested in family

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member of the Canterbury

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Society of Genealogists will be

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history questions. Free. No

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Shirley Library

Linwood Library Book Club

Monday, 10.45am-noon

This group is for people who

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Free.

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continuing education

“Have a go” at something

new this year at your WEA

This year to encourage new learners the

CWEA (Canterbury Workers Educational

Association) has programmed a number

of one off and “have a go” sessions for it’s

first term. From Middle Eastern Dance

to Ikebana (Japanese Flower Arranging),

from Compassionate Communication to

How to “De-plastic your home” you can

sign up for these and many other one off

The start of a new year is the ideal

opportunity to get inspired to get out and

learn something new and meet some new

people? Papanui High School is offering

a wide range of Nightclasses for Term 1 so

why not begin 2020 by taking some time

for yourself and join one of our courses.

Classes for Term 1 begin from Monday

10 February and the options are extensive

from Art to Yoga and everything in

between we are sure regardless of your

age or interest you will find something

to tempt you. Classes at Papanui High

School are held in a warm, friendly relaxed

environment and our tutors are supportive

and well qualified in their chosen fields.

workshops by visiting www.cwea.org.nz

Centrally located (just opposite the

Christchurch Art Gallery on Gloucester

Street) and committed to making

education accessible to all, the WEA offers

more than 50 affordable workshops, talks

and short courses each term.

Be inspired by their huge range and

make 2020 your learning year!

Papanui High School

Term 1, 2020 nightclasses

We have a number of new courses on

offer for Term 1, which complement

our usual range. Cake Decorating, Oil

Painting, Portrait Drawing, Guitar and

Ukulele for Improvers, Cooking for those

with Dietary needs eg Vegan, Gluten Free

etc, Special Effects Make-up, 3D Printing,

Video Production, Millinery, and a couple

of courses for the Home Decorator one on

Plastering and the other on Wallpapering.

For further information and

enrolment in any of our courses please

visit our website https://www.papanui.

school.nz/com-ed/categories, or email

Barbara Roper rpb@papanui.school.nz

or telephone our office on 3520701.

christchurch School of Music

Christchurch School of Music (CSM)

has offered high quality music tuition and

ensembles to Cantabrians for 65 years,

with many of its alumni now performing

in orchestras, bands and choirs across New

Zealand and the world.

“From an engaging preschool

programme to high quality adult tuition

and everything in between, CSM caters

to everyone aged from 2 to 92, whatever

their level of playing or singing” says Music

Director Celia Stewart.

It offers tuition in all orchestral

instruments, recorder, ukulele, guitar,

piano and voice, and musicianship classes.

A wide range of ensembles includes

orchestras at every level; two choirs; wind,

guitar and recorder ensembles; chamber

music; jazz combo; concert band; big band;

and rock bands.

CSM’s outreach programme takes tutors

into schools to offer strings, band, ukulele,

recorder and percussion tuition.

“The school is a place where all the

family can learn and enjoy being part of

an ensemble at their level,” says Celia “It

is always wonderful to see a mother and

daughter playing in the same orchestra.

There is a strong sense of community on

a Saturday with music coming from every

space.”

Saturday and after school tuition will

take place starting in 2020 at Linwood

College on the old Avonside Girls’ High

site on Avonside Drive.

CSM offers a range of performing

opportunities from solo recitals, regular

soirees to its annual Showcase.

“CSM has an important role to play,

regardless of whether students go on to

become professional musicians, or listeners

with a well-grounded knowledge and love

of music,” says Celia, who started at the

then Christchurch School of Instrumental

Music as a six year old and has worked in a

wide range of roles within the School.

The school has always championed the

recorder, a beautiful instrument in its own

right as well as a great starting instrument

so it is offering a very special deal. For

just $52 a year, students receive a quality

instrument, a tutor book and group tuition

with excellent tutors for the full year.

For more information please check out

the CSM website csm.org.nz or phone

03-366-1711.


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Risingholme’s adult and community

education courses for term 1, 2020

Have you always wanted to learn to paint, draw or develop your

creative side by trying printmaking, wood sculpture or pottery?

Equally do you want to explore or develop a skill further!

Do you have a trip planned to Russia, Germany, Italy or Spain

and want to have a basic understand of the language and culture of

the country before you arrive?

Do you have an interest in sustainability and want to learn to

sew or how to preserve foods or live free of plastics?

Are you in the process of renovations and have a piece of

furniture that needs to be upholstered or upcycled?

Are you wanting to learn or improve your Te Reo Māori or Sign

Language to assist you at work or in your community?

Enrolling in a Risingholme course maybe the solution you are

looking for. Check out our website www.risingholme.org.nz

For Term 1 2020 we are offering a wide range of courses – Arts

& Craft, Digital Skills, Exercise, Wellbeing and Health, Fabric Arts,

Food and Cooking, Language, Pottery, Music and Woodwork.

Our courses are offered at different locations throughout the city

such as Riccarton High School, Christchurch Girls High School,

Hornby High School and Risingholme Community Centre in

Opawa.

Our full range of courses and their locations can be viewed

on our website www.risingholme.org.nz If you have an enquiry,

please do not hesitate to email us at info@risingholme.org.nz or

telephone the office on 03 332 7359.

Course brochures

are available at the

Risingholme office and

CCC public libraries.

Enrol now and avoid

disappointment!

Adult and Community Education Term 1, 2020

Come learn with us

Risingholme Community Centre offers

a wide range of short courses, each term,

at a range of venues.

Risingholme Community Centre

Art (Creative Arts, Mixed Media, Watercolour, Painting with Acrylics,

Drawing & Sketching), Embroidery, Fabric & Craft Skills, Guitar, Pottery,

Sewing Skills, Upholstery, Using your Overlocker, Weekend Sewing classes,

Yoga, Wood Sculpture, Woodwork, Woodwork for Women, Zentangle,

Printmaking, Fermented Foods, Plastics Free, Te Reo Maori, Patchwork and

Quilting, Massage, Writing & Illustrating Children’s Books, Screenprinting,

Preserving Fruits, Vegetables and Herbs, ESOL Intensive Level 2-3, NZ Sign

Language.

Christchurch Girls’ High School

Sewing Skills, Te Reo Maori, Watercolour Painting, Drawing & Sketching,

German Language, Painting with Acrylics, Spanish Language, NZ Sign

Language.

Hornby High School

Sewing Skills, Thai Cooking, Te Reo Maori, Crochet, NZ Sign Language.

Riccarton High School

Calligraphy, ESOL English Intermediate, Indian Cooking,

Italian Language, NZ Sign Language, Russian Language, Sewing Skills,

Spanish for Travellers, Te Reo Maori, Egyptian Cooking, Picture Framing,

Mediterranean Cooking, Yoga, Basic Photography, Creative Writing.

Full details available on www.risingholme.org.nz

Risingholme office at 22 Cholmondeley Ave, Opawa, Chch

Phone 03 332 7359 | Email info@risingholme.org.nz

www.risingholme.org.nz


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Gain a second chance at NCEA

NCEA credits after leaving secondary

school, thanks to Vision College. The

Private Training Establishment (PTE) are

spreading awareness to the young people

in the community, making sure they know

that achieving NCEA levels outside of

school is within their reach.

Vision College’s free ‘Ultimate’

programme offers students without NCEA

the opportunity to gain NCEA Level 1

and 2, their driver’s licence, and a range of

skills designed to make them employable.

Students earn their NCEA credits in

a more practical way, through games,

hands-on activities, and by applying their

learning to real life situations. Students

also get to experience tasters of different

career and study paths to help them

decide where they would like to head after

completing ‘Ultimate’.

School leavers can also enrol in

Security, Early Childcare or Business

Administration courses to earn not only

credits towards NCEA Level 3, but also a

career qualification too in just six months.

These courses are all free for anyone aged

between 16 and 19. Upon completion

students can even pathway onto higher

study with Vision College in Web and

Software Development, Early Childhood

Education, and Counselling.

Vision College are enrolling now for

February! For more information on their

courses, call 0800 834 834, txt “VISION”

to 027 557 8839, or visit their website

www.vision.ac.nz.

Each year up to 10,000 young people

in New Zealand leave school with little

or no formal qualifications. Many teens

disengage with school as the teaching

environment simply does not suit their

style of learning. Research shows that

without a qualification they are more likely

to have difficulties entering the workforce,

as most jobs nowadays require NCEA and

a driver’s licence.

Many early school leavers unfortunately

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This misconception is particularly

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This is a full-time permanent position working the day shift from

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Not all products or product colours in this catalogue are available in all stores but are available online and for order. Please call us on 0800 764 847 to check for availability at your local store.

Offers in this ad are valid Wednesday 22nd January until Tuesday 4th February 2020, while stocks last or unless otherwise stated. * Selected computers, game consoles, gift cards, clearance items and some

promotional items are not available in conjunction with interest free offers. Flooring available on a maximum of 18 months interest free. Exclusions, fees, terms, conditions and credit criteria apply. Available in-store only.

Equal instalment amounts include one-off booking fee of $45.00, annual fees of $45.00 p.a., and security registration fee of $8.05, and exclude insurance. Current interest rate of 23.95% applies to any unpaid balance

after expiry of (any) interest free period. See in-store or visit smithscity.co.nz for details. Instalment amount based on a 50 month finance period.*1 Discount is

off our full retail price and not in conjunction with any other offer. *2 $20 discount applies to your first EasyCard purchase over $100. Not redeemable for cash or as a payment on a new or existing account.*3 There are

no set-up, annual fees, or account maintenance fees - a notification fee of $19 may be charged in circumstances of default. Terms & conditions and credit criteria apply. See in-store or visit smithscity.co.nz for details.

*4 See smithscity.co.nz/price-promise for full price promise terms and conditions.

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550 Colombo Street | Cnr Belfast and Radcliffe Road Northwood, CHRISTCHURCH MEGASTORES

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