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Fundraisers for Lachie’s cancer battle

HUMBLED: Kelly Sharpe, Lachie Sutherland and Jon Sharpe feel fortunate to have had the support of so many people

during Lachie’s second battle with neuroblastoma cancer.

• By Jess Gibson

“AS A result of this most

unwanted experience, you get

to see the very best in people.”

This is Huntsbury mother

Kelly Sharpe’s reaction to

the support her family has

received as her 12-year-old

son, Lachie Sutherland, battles

neuroblastoma for a second

time.

So far, about $26,000 has

been raised towards an

$80,000 goal to afford selffunded

MIGD therapy in

Sydney, which Lachie is

scheduled to receive later this

month.

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‘Untidy’

cemetery’s

maintenance

concerns

• By Matt Slaughter

AMBER GAZZARD says

Rutherford St (Woolston)

Cemetery is “going to rack and

ruin” and is overgrown.

But city council community

parks manager Al Hardy says maintenance

happens at the cemetery

every two weeks and measures

are being taken to address “minor

growth on some of the grave tops.”

Pegasus Post reported on February

25 Lynette King’s family is

concerned with the state of their

relatives’ headstones at Bromley

cemetery and will have to pay a

city council approved contractor if

they want them fixed.

Ms Gazzard’s grandfather

Edward Kynaston and great

grandparents Annie and Hester

Kynaston are buried at Rutherford

St (Woolston) Cemetery.

People do not have to pay the

city council to maintain the

vegetation of its graveyards and

are allowed to do this themselves.

However, Ms Gazzard said they

shouldn’t have to and city council

staff should be doing this themselves

more often.

Said Ms Gazzard: “Years ago,

they [city council staff] planted

shrubs but those shrubs are dead

some of them, on top of the graves.

It looks blimmin untidy.”

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Duke Festival of Surfing encourages

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THE DUKE Festival of Surfing

started yesterday and goes until

March 15.

The New Brighton Pier and

Foreshore Promotions Society is

presenting this year’s event.

The festival commemorates surfing

legend Duke Kahanamoku’s

visit to New Brighton in 1915.

Said festival director Esther

Perriam: “The festival is a

celebration of our local surfing

culture based around the surfing

life and Duke Kahanamoku’s

values of treating each other

with respect. His creed of aloha

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“We have a very full festival

planned this year,” she said.

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surfing events from March 13 to

March 15.

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men’s and women’s longboard

competitions, where competitors

will be up for New Zealand

selection. There will also be

competitions for women over

40-years-old and ones for men

over 45, 60, and 70.

The Stoked Art Exhibition is

being launched on March 12 at

Switch Cafe. It will be open until

March 15 and all works will be

SURF’S UP: A range of events are being held in New Brighton for The Duke Festival of Surfing,

which started yesterday and runs until March 15.

PHOTO: WARREN HAWKE ​

available for purchase. Profits

from the sale of artwork will

be used by The New Brighton

Pier and Foreshore Society for

projects to enhance the New

Brighton area.

The festival will also include

surfing lessons for school children

from South New Brighton,

New Brighton Catholic and Rawhiti

schools and Haeata Community

Campus and a schools

art competition.

A free family movie night will

be held at New Brighton’s outdoor

amphitheatre, just south of

the pier on March 13 and there

will be a free rock concert on

March 14.

The pier and foreshore society

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businesses and the Coastal-

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Surprise when results came back

• From page 1

The treatment delivers targeted

radiation to the rare type of cancer

which develops in infants and

young children.

With a number of fundraisers

to go Mrs Sharpe is “very optimistic”

the target will be met.

An auction and comedy night

with live music on

March 14 at The Tannery’s

Cassels Blue

Smoke is the next event,

and Mrs Sharpe is hoping

to sell 350 tickets.

Following that, there

will be a quiz night,

karma keg night and a

Hoyts movie screening.

Before his MIGD

therapy, Lachie has spent

the past five months

undergoing eight rounds

of chemotherapy and

seven cycles of immunotherapy

and radiation.

He relapsed with neuroblastoma

in August after showing

no evidence of the disease since

2013.

It was 2012 when Lachie was

diagnosed for the first time.

He flew to Sydney, aged four, to

receive MIGD therapy and was

there for his fifth birthday.

His last treatment fell around

the same time as his father, Chris

Sutherland, died from metastatic

melanoma after having been

STRONG: Lachie

Sutherland

relapsed with

neuroblastoma

cancer in August.

diagnosed the month before.

But six years on, Lachie was

embracing life.

About to embark on his final

year of primary school and excitedly

considering high school

options.

Relapse was the last thing on

anyone’s mind.

Said Mrs Sharpe: “I

think everyone was surprised

when the results

came back showing a

relapse.

“We were devastated

and heartbroken and

quickly catapulted back

into a world we never

wanted to revisit.’’

It was made harder

by the fact Mrs Sharpe

had lost her mother to

cancer early last year.

But in finding a silver

lining, she said she has been “really

fortunate to have the support

of so many wonderful people.

“I think we all struggle to

rationalise why a child should

have to experience cancer, so

when they do, it seems to be

something that calls people to

action. They want to help, to

make a difference and ease his

suffering.”

•To donate to a Givealittle

for Lachie’s treatment, visit

https://givealittle.co.nz/

cause/touch-pause-engage

Fundraising events for

Lachie Sutherland’s MIGD

therapy in Sydney:

Lachie’s Fundraisier at

Cassels Blue Smoke

March 14, 6-11.30pm

An evening of comedy, auctions,

raffles and music. For

tickets, visit: www.trybooking.

com/nz/book/event?eid=2552&

The Tannery, 3 Garlands Rd,

Woolston

Quiz Night

March 27, from 7pm

Auction, silent auction and

raffle prizes. To RSPV, email

RSVP forlachie@gmail.com

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Every cent you pay for a pint of

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for treatment.

Moon Under Water,

152 Somerfield St.

Details for Hoyts movie night

to be confirmed.

For more information or to

stay up-to-date, visit:

www.facebook.com/

TouchPauseEngageNZ/

UNTIDY: Amber Gazzard wants city council staff to do more

maintenance at Rutherford St (Woolston) Cemetery, where her

relatives are buried.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN ​

‘Going to rack and ruin’

• From page 1

Along with Ms Gazzard’s family

members, six-time motorcycle

speedway world champion Ivan

Mauger and country singer Phil

Garland are also buried at the

cemetery.

Mr Hardy said concerns about

the state of the graveyard are being

addressed.

“Recent site inspection of the

cemetery indicates that the lawns

and edges are well done and there is

minor growth on some of the grave

tops which will be managed next

scheduled maintenance round.

We have further scheduled some

tree maintenance towards the rear

and side of the cemetery to address

some excess growth.

“Our normal maintenance

programme should address the

concerns that have been addressed

at Woolston Cemetery,

however, there are additional

maintenance measures that are

already in progress to address the

maintenance of these sensitive

areas (areas around grave tops)

across all cemeteries,” he said.

Ms Gazzard said she is pleased

to see the grass has been mowed

at the cemetery but said more

needs to be done to address

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Tiny baby has goal

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​Police use old

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• By Matt Slaughter

JASMINE BUTCHER was a

very special baby.

She was born 15 weeks early,

weighing only 665gm, and just

clinging on to life.

Her parents Maree and

Norm Butcher were told she was

at high risk of developmental

delays or disability.

But she has overcome the

odds and now at 19, has dreams

of making it big on New York’s

Broadway.

She has just started her second

year of a music degree at

Canterbury University.

In five years, the goal will be

pursuing a musical career in the

United States. Broadway is at

the top of the list.

“One of my dreams since I

was little was to move to the US

and become a singer, actress or

Broadway star. That dream is

still very alive today,” she said.

“Whether I do ever make

it to the US or whether I just

start off doing some shows for

more local places like Showbiz

[Christchurch] or The Court

Theatre, anything to achieve my

dreams would be amazing.”

From when Jasmine was

three-and-a-half months old

until she was four, she attended

the Champion Centre at Burwood

Hospital. The centre provides

early intervention services

for children with significant

developmental delays and disabilities

up to the age of six.

Jasmine says it played a

significant part in getting her

ready for school.

“I feel like the centre definitely

helped me to catch up with my

peers because like, I was always

a little bit, well not behind but,

like, a couple of steps behind

everybody else.

“By the time I was at primary

school I was, like, ahead of everyone

else,” she said.

Jasmine’s sessions at the

centre involved both group and

one-on-one work.

She struggled with matching

things such as patterns and

pairs but was able to use computer

software that teaches basic

skills in reading, identifying

shapes, matching objects and

letters, counting and using a

computer mouse.

Said Jasmine: “If I hadn’t gone

through all that, I probably

wouldn’t be where I am today,

you know. I wouldn’t have been

INSPIRATION: Jasmine

Butcher has gone from

weighing 665gm at birth to

becoming a music student

with dreams of performing

on Broadway.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

able to catch up on things and

wouldn’t have probably found

school as easy as what I did. I

probably would have struggled

more.”

She took up singing, keyboard

lessons, started tap and jazz

dancing and piano lessons after

primary school.

Mrs Butcher credits the

Champion Centre as a big factor

in Jasmine’s progress.

“By the time she started primary

school, she hit the ground

running and was ahead of other

kids,” she said.

About 100 children

currently attend intensive

weekly programmes at the

centre in Burwood, with a

further 89 children attending

less frequently as part of a

monitoring service for children

born prematurely.

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POLICE HAVE been taking part

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The exercise at the vacant

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Shirley, took place from 8am to

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of tactical training regularly

across the country to ensure they

have opportunities to practise

their skills, and remain prepared

TRAINING:

Members of the

New Zealand

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took part in

exercises at the

former Shirley

Boys’ High

School site last

week.

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• By Sophie Cornish

FORTY SMALL

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robbery statistics.

The cannons, which

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• By Bea Gooding

THE GUILD St social

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residents fear works on the

site have started ahead of

the city council’s decision

on the proposal.

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last week, two days before a

city council hearings panel

sat to consider whether to

approve the plan.

Residents surrounding

the site were upset about

the lack of consultation

and strongly believed the

proposal breached multiple

rules set by the city council’s

district plan.

Last Wednesday, a city

council hearings panel

considered the plan at a

public meeting and are

yet to decide on whether it

should be publicly notified

and if developments can go

ahead.

Nearby resident Allan

Bateman has lived near the

site for 20 years and said:

“Connetics was doing work

towards connecting power

to the site – one of the

workers confirmed this.

“There’s now a large

Now, police have

revealed at least 40

businesses in the

Canterbury district

have participated in the

initiative.

Ten other businesses

were approached but chose

not to participate.

In September, Police

Minister Stuart Nash said

500 businesses nationwide

had participated in the

scheme.

“Fog cannons are a

significant deterrent to

aggravated robberies

because they create an

effective no-go area for

offenders. They are unable

to see anything inside the

shop and it also allows

power cable attached to

the power pole by the

entrance. If the housing

project has yet to be

permitted, why would this

work be necessary?”

According to CMM’s

executive director, Jill

Hawkey, the units would

be used as social housing

for families who had severe

and persistent housing

needs.

According to Mrs Hawkey,

the units did not have to

meet the same building

standards as the permanent

houses in the area.

Neighbouring residents

felt the city council had

double standards. Many

houses in the region were

built in the early 20thcentury,

therefore houses

must be consistent with

the building style.

Said Mr Bateman:

“Given this housing is

within Character Area 14,

I’m sure the surrounding

residents could expect

PEGASUS POST

CRIME:

CCTV

footage

of a fog

camera in

operation.

employees to retreat to a

safe place away from the

risk of attack,” he said.

Mr Nash said he is

looking at ways to roll

out the scheme to more

businesses this year.

Christchurch businesses

have been hit by many

aggravated robberies over

the years, with a spate of

about 10 in August and

September last year.

One store hit was

Buns Bakery on Ferry Rd,

which has a fog cannon

installed.

In March 2017, 15 people

were arrested after Night

‘n Day on Ferry Rd in

Woolston was robbed 10

times in eight months.

Street work sparks concern

QUESTIONS:

Allan Bateman,

who lives close

to the Guild St

site, is asking

why works

have started

prior to the

city council’s

decision on the

social housing

proposal.

the same conditions

and restrictions applied

to this development as

were required when their

homes were rebuilt postearthquake.”

However, a resident who

did not want to be named

in fear of community

backlash supports the development.

“I’m disappointed with

the community. The

stigma that comes with

social housing is

sad, and they’ve already

been judged by them,” the

resident said.

“We desperately need

social housing, it’s

unacceptable for children

to be housed in motels.

“The mission is doing

something for the community,

so why not Richmond?

It’s a great place for

everyone to live.”

Pegasus Post asked Connetics

for comment but it

failed to respond before

deadline.


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Go along to the Scrabble Club.

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Complete a class of exercises

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From the moment we met Cameron and his team it was clear

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6 jumbo scallops

2 zucchinis made into noodles

½ large lemon, juiced (1½ Tbsp)

1 tsp lemon zest

1 cups chopped tomatoes

1 Tbsp fresh parsley, chopped

Salt and pepper to taste

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scallops) over medium heat,

add bacon and cook for 3-5min

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Leave bacon fat in the skillet

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Pat scallops dry. Right before

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Gently, add scallops one at a

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Scallops cook quickly and if

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REAL ESTATE

Rural tranquility city convenience

81 Downies Road, Halswell

Auction: Thursday 26th March 2020 (Unless Sold Prior)

5 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 2 living rooms | 3 car garage | 6 off-street carparks | Listing number: BE193479

For those who dream of the good

life with the benefits of modern

conveniences this ideally located

property is just the answer!

Located on the rural fringe of the

city you are only 15 minutes from the

city centre and literally just a short

drive from the local shopping, primary

school, community centre in Longhurst.

The main house features a large

open plan living room along with

three double bedrooms. The master

bedroom is truly luxurious with a walkin

wardrobe that you can lose yourself

in plus an ensuite that is spacious and

designed to pamper.

Smartwood joinery for windows and

doors, with low E and argon gas and

lovely jarrah floors complement this

beautiful home..

Details such as fully tiled showers

and underfloor heating add to your

enjoyment. Even the garage is fully

insulated, double glazed and has

underfloor heating in the workshop

area. An opportunity to perhaps convert

part of the triple garage into another

room should this be needed.

The two-bedroom cottage was built

in 2015 and this is ideal for extended

family - close by but still having their

own privacy and garden views. Both

properties have a log-burner installed

for the winter months.

Extensive planting has been done,

with two orchards just coming in to

be harvested soon. Large trees provide

shelter belts and a tiled entertainment

area for barbecues with family and

friends completes the picture.

Auction: Thursday 26th March 2020

from 12:00pm Harcourts Grenadier 98

Moorhouse Avenue (Unless Sold Prior)

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ID 33711

See Seller

ID 33648

See Seller

ID 33915

Reasonable Offers

ID 33820

$145

ID 33712

$650

ID 33697

Ford Zodiac 1965

Sailing Catamaran

Morrison 20 Real Mower

1971 Triumph 1500

Solid Recycled Teak Bench

Zephyr 460 4 Berth

$36,000

ID 29186

$1,650

ID 33779

See Seller

ID 33724

See Seller

ID 28865

$650

ID 33681

$11,000

ID 33466

VW Golf GTI

Breville Sandwich Press

(New)

Toyota Hilux Surf SSR-G

Jamie Oliver Ladles

Classic Hi-Ace Flatdeck

Suzuki V Strom DL650 Full Power

$2,600

ID 33537

$40

ID 13923

$16,000

ID 33560

$35

ID 13927

$2,500

ID 33573

$9,100

ID 33471

Fordson Tractor

Dexter Cross Cows. Mixed Ages

2003 Mitsubishi Lancer

Gena Borelli Suitcase

6x4 Trailer

BMW 550i Touring

$3,000

ID 33602

See Seller

ID 33894

$1,850

ID 33702

$50

ID 33465

$350

ID 33437

$9,995

ID 33117

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Autumn

heat pump

SpeCIaLS

AS LOW AS $690

INSTALLED

*Conditions apply

67%

SubSidy

WARmER KiWi HomES

PRogRAmmE

Eligibility criteria apply

41A Shakespeare Road, Waltham

Phone: 03 366 0525

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Warmer Kiwi Homes

programme

Enviro Master Ltd is proud to be a

selected supplier of heat pumps for

the Government’s Warmer Kiwi Homes

programme.

Grants are available which cover

two-thirds of the cost of ceiling and

underfloor insulation, and the supply

and installation of a heat pump.

You may be eligible if you own your own

home and you:

• have a Community Services Card or

Super Gold Card combo

OR

• live in a lower-income area

AND

• your home was built before 2008.

Give Enviro Master a call and they will be

very happy to discuss your eligibility and

help you through the subsidy process.


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67%

SubSiDy

WARmeR KiWi HOmeS

PROgRAmme

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Enviro Master

owners,

Grant and

Michelle

Wadley

Heat pumps for

every home

Established in 2002, Enviro Master is a 100 per cent locally

owned business specialising in helping Cantabrians discover the

perfect heat pump or air-conditioning system for their home or

work place

The team includes not just sales people, but also qualified

electricians, and heating and refrigeration engineers, with many

years’ experience. You can be sure they have the know-how to

protect your home from extremes in temperature and air quality.

As suppliers and installers of Christchurch’s widest range of heat

pumps, with no affiliation to any one brand, they offer unbiased

advice on the benefits and differences between each product.

They will recommend the most energy-efficient and costeffective

heating or cooling system for your unique situation.

To help you choose the right system, one of their qualified

experts will visit your home to assess your situation, offer

professional advice and answer any questions you may have.

They follow an educated, objective, assessment process to

determine the best solution for you.

Your selected system will then be installed by professional,

experienced staff, who will also take the time to show you how to

operate it for long-term efficiency.

5-Star ratings

from satisfied

customers

I have had heat

pump around a month

now and it’s been fantastic

I would just like to pass my

many thanks onto you Grant and

the team for making it so easy

and stress free! Please pass on

my thanks to the install team as

I wasn’t home and they did an

awesome job and even cleaned

up afterwards.

Malachi Batchelor

I have

nothing but praise

for this business, the

recommendation we received on

the correct model to install and the

“reasons why” impressed us greatly.

Pricing was very competitive but the

main reason for our 5 stars was the

installation, which was on time, very neat

and Grant gave excellent advice on how

to get the best performance from the

heat pump. This business got our

business because they were

the best.

Cyril Murray

41A Shakespeare Road, Waltham

Phone: 03 366 0525

Email: info@enviromaster.co.nz

www.enviromaster.co.nz

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