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No review

over

multi-storey

house

A message

of love, unity

and prayers

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• By Bea Gooding

FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD Julia

Holmes is on a mission to

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The year 11 St Margaret’s

College student has a passion

Page 3 Page 7

Julia’s on

a mission

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difference

GIRL BOSS: Julia Holmes wants to be a geneticist after high school, and feels the GirlBoss Advantage programme will help

her achieve her dreams.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN ​

for biology, and from a young

age has always been interested

in how things worked, often

taking things apart just to put

them back together.

That passion has landed her

the opportunity of her dreams.

Julia is one of 25 young

women chosen around the

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• Turn to page 7

Bid to

secure

funding to

demolish

service

centre

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

THE earthquake-damaged

former Sockburn Service Centre

could finally be demolished in

July – if the funding needed is

obtained.

It comes as the

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community

Board has written

in its draft

submission to

the city council’s

Mike Mora

Annual Plan

2019-2020,

requesting the city council addresses

the budget gap so the

buildings can be removed as soon

as possible.

Board chairman Mike Mora

said the final submission is yet to

be completed but it was likely the

demolition of the site would be

requested.

The former service centre, on

Main South Rd, has been a source

of tension for years with residents

unhappy with the state of the site.

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Cramming of parked cars and disorderly behaviour has forced a

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No review over multi-storey house

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A REVIEW will not be

undertaken over the original

resource consent for a large

house on a residential street in

Riccarton.

Commissioner David Mountfort

was deciding whether a

section 128 review was required

of the new multi-storey house

at 36 Rata St after concerns over

the original consent.

It was to

consider whether

there were any inaccuracies

in the

original consent

lodged in 2016

David

Mountford

for the house to

be built before a

subsequent application

was given

the green-light to go-ahead by

the city council in 2018.

Last year, city council received

complaints from four nearby

properties along with concerns

raised from the Riccarton Bush-

Kilmarnock Residents’ Association

and the Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community Board.

The large house is being constructed

for carpet retailer and

interior design service Nextdore

director Michael Dore.

Although a review is not required,

there were inaccuracies

in both the plans of the 2018

house.

These were particularly in

relation to the ground levels and

shading diagrams which showed

the 2016 house in an incorrect

location.

“The overlay on the elevations

which was intended to show the

2016 recession plane breach if

the house had been constructed

was accurate to the extent it was

based on the actual floor levels

of the existing 2016 house but

inaccurate in that those floor

levels were not as shown on the

2016 plans,” Mr Mountfort

said.

But he said most inaccuracies

are very minor and would not

have impacted the original decision.

DONE DEAL:

The original

resource

consent for a

large multistorey

house

on Rata St will

not be reviewed

inspite of some

inaccuracies

being found.

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SLOAN ​

“The only inaccuracies which

I considered to be worthy of

close scrutiny related to recession

planes – which had the

potential to increase shading

and visual dominance over and

above the 2016 consented baseline,”

Mr Mountfort said.

He said the effects of the 2018

design were to be less than

minor.

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Waimairi Rd

AN INCREASE in the number of

cyclists using Waimairi Rd has led

to a proposal to install cycle lanes

on the busy road.

Nearly 300 cyclists travel along

the road daily, therefore the city

council is seeking community

feedback on the proposal.

The city council transport planning

and delivery manager Lynette

Ellis said the number of cyclists using

the road has increased with the

popularity of the uni-cycle route.

The numbers of cyclists using

the uni-cycle route which crosses

Waimairi Rd at Dovedale Ave has

climbed by up to 20 per cent annually.

Under the proposal, on-street

parking will be removed between

Peer St and Dovedale Ave along

with sections on the west side.

Said Ms Ellis: “Any changes will

be incorporated into planned work

to resurface Waimairi Rd over the

2020-2021 summer period.”

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Siska Pl problems in spotlight

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

DRUNKEN AND disorderly

behaviour, cramming of parked

cars, litter and damage to public

property.

This is what Siska Pl resident

Ruby Chan has had to put up

with since 2004 as a result of an

increase in the number of flats

on the Upper Riccarton street.

On Tuesday, she made a

presentation to the Halswell-

Hornby-Riccarton Community

Board calling for help and for

no-stopping restrictions to be

placed on the street.

The most “burning concerns”

she had was the number of

flats, safety concerns for drivers

accessing Rountree St from

Clonbern Pl, no parking signs

and young people being aggressive

and intimidating.

“The problem has escalated

to the next level . . . accessing

the street during night-time is a

nightmare,” she said.

Dr Chan, along with her family

has been living on the street

for the past 28 years.

But she said the issues have

been growing since 2004, with

residents taking it to the city

council around that time – but

nothing has eventuated since.

Dr Chan said one of the key

problems is signage reading no

car parking on one side of the

street being repeatedly taken

down by young people.

“I have been contacting the

city council to have them replaced

but up until now, nothing.

So it is very difficult for us

to access the street.

“Our proposed solution is

to have yellow lines but this is

getting nowhere with the city

council,” Dr Chan said.

Only one vehicle can travel

through if cars are parked on

both sides of the street.

“You just have to brace yourself,

take that head-on collision,

hoping you are okay,” Dr Chan

said.

Particularly at the beginning

of the year when young people

are having parties, Dr Chan

said students will bang on her

windows or stand on the street

and pull “wonderful gestures.”

“They are drinking on the

streets even when there are

clear signs saying there are alcohol

bans,” Dr Chan said.

She recalled one night where

she was unable to sleep due to

a motor-cycle travelling backwards

and forwards in the alley

by her window.

Living behind Siska

Reserve, Dr Chan said

residents also have concerns

over littering and it becoming

a dumping ground for young

people at the beginning and end

of the year.

Board chairman Mike Mora

TIGHT

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Siska Pl

resident Ruby

Chan describes

having to

“brace” herself

when she drives

along her street

when cars are

parked on both

sides. ​

said the situation residents were

facing was not good at all and

would see what “wheels” the

board could get “in motion.”

A Canterbury University

spokeswoman said it maintains

close and constructive relationships

with the city council, environmental

health team, police

and University of Canterbury

Student’s Association to address

neighbourhood matters around

the campus.

She said there had not been

any matters regarding Siska

Pl drawn to its attention other

than some noise disruption

last year which was found

to be caused by a resident

not enrolled at Canterbury

University.

Asbestos in

several

buildings

•From page 1

It was closed in 2012 due to earthquake

damage and has been vacant

ever since.

But city council’s head of facilities,

property and planning Bruce Rendall

said it has found about $300,000

of the $360,000 needed to remove

asbestos and demolish the site.

He said if the remaining funding

was found, the work – including the

building demolition, land and soil

treatment would take about four

months.

The funding would come from the

city council’s operational budgets.

In July last year, the city council

undertook asbestos surveys at the

centre to determine the extent of the

asbestos removal required before the

demolition could occur.

The testing found several of the

buildings on the site were constructed

when asbestos-containing

materials were commonly used.

Mr Mora said it would be good

news if the demolition could begin

in July and agreed with Mr Peters.

“It just reminds everybody about

the earthquakes. People are grizzling

about private buildings in

town that have not been demolished.

Yet this is a public building – it

should be demolished,” he said.

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A message of love, unity,

and prayers for peace

THE FAMOUS tale of Sadoko

Sasaki has inspired a message

of peace to honour those who

lost their lives in the March 15

attacks.

Villa Maria College’s international

leader Wakana Yamaji

decided to lead the school in

making 1000 paper cranes in

memory of those who lost their

lives in the shootings.

Last year, the international

students made 1000 paper

cranes as a mark of respect and

as a symbol of world peace after

March 15.

It was inspired by Sadoko,

a Japanese girl who became a

victim of the atomic bombing of

Hiroshima when she was twoyears-old.

Following the United States

detonating two nuclear weapons

over Hiroshima and Nagasaki

on August 6 and 9, 1945, Sadoko

developed acute leukaemia 10

years after being exposed to the

radiation.

Inspired by the age-old Japanese

belief anyone who makes

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their wish come true – Sadako

spent her last days before she

died folding paper cranes on

HONOUR: Villa Maria College students Wakana Yumaji and

Rena Yamanishi placing paper cranes on the memorial wall on

Sunday. ​

her hospital bed in the hope she

would recover.

After her death, Sadako’s

friends and schoolmates published

a collection of letters in

order to raise funds to build a

memorial to her and all of the

children who had died from the

effects of the atomic bomb

This year, each Villa Maria Ako

group and all of the international

students worked hard to fold and

sew together 1200 paper cranes.

Last Sunday, Wakana

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wall at the Botanical Gardens to

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Julia, of West Melton, moved

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She was diagnosed with attention

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Selwyn House School helped my

parents understand what that was,

and get me on the proper medication

so I could focus,” she said.

The 15-year-old dreams of

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to improve the lives of the less

fortunate. Her love of biology

stemmed from a family member

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disorder which sparked an interest

in learning more.

“I want to help in some sort of

way using genetics, like genetically

modifying plants to help

with world hunger,” she said.

“I’ve also been working on a

project called Project X in school,

where I’m researching how I

would be able to genetically

modify mosquitos to carry a vaccine

which could prevent disease

in third-world countries.”

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month, where the students will

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Julia hopes to gain a number of

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her on the road to becoming a

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BACKING: A number of Hornby residents are supportive of the

police’s Eagle helicopter staying in the city. ​

More public support for

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Readers respond to

Western News’ article

on the Greater Hornby

Residents’ Association’s

support for police’s Eagle

helicopter to stay

André Esterhuizen – I think

the helicopter is a powerful tool

in the hands of the police. It stops

the need for high-speed chases.

R Williams – I think if the

police totted up the money

saved, every time the helicopter

was used, (a part from saving

someone’s life-no price on that),

I think the helicopter would pay

for itself over a very short period

of time.

Forty-two million over five

years is not a lot and that would

be $8.4 million per year, soon pay

for itself.

And if a helicopter is buzzing

over someone’s head, any

thoughts of getting away would

soon diminish if any sense as it

is hard to outrun a helicopter.

And anyone bobbing about in the

sea would welcome the sight of a

helicopter I think.

So Christchurch needs the helicopters

and it is not too difficult

to think of ways this $8.4 million

could be obtained.

Citizen’s Advice Bureau:

How we can support you

Citizen’s Advice

Bureau manager

Mollie Howarth

writes about

how the CAB

can support

you through the

toughest of times

UNLESS YOU have been living

under a rock for the past week,

you can’t escape the constant,

often at times frantic reoccurring

messages in the media regarding

Covid-19, also known as the

coronavirus.

In Canterbury, it is fair to say

that we have already been through

several traumatic and stressful

events such as the Canterbury

earthquakes in 2011 and the

March 15, 2019, mosque attacks.

For many community-based

organisations or small businesses,

if you are the person

responsible for leading your

organisation it can feel like another

“layer cake of stress” that is

being added to your already busy

workload. Many of your workers

or volunteers may be feeling

quite anxious and uncertain

about the future.

One of the key

metaphors I often use

when explaining selfcare

and boundaries

to volunteers is that

of a lifeguard. If

you were on a beach

looking out into the

sea and you notice

someone putting up their hand

for help, you swim out to them

and you let them grab on to you.

Then who goes down? The short

answer is you both do.

However, if you swim out to

the person, give them the “floating

device” so they are supported

until they can start swimming

by themselves then you both

make it back to shore. If we don’t

practise self-care during times

of high stress then we won’t have

anything left to support other

more vulnerable members of our

community.

Anyone feeling stressed,

anxious or depressed as a result

of Covid-19 can call or text 1737

and access a trained professional.

One of the things I enjoy about

the work that I do, is that at

Citizens Advice Bureau, our volunteers

often encounter people in

difficult situations.

Most of the time they are

able to provide the person with

personalised information so

they can look at the options and

choices available to them. This

usually helps the person to feel

like they have some measure of

control over their situation.

Below is a link to our public

webpage which lists the support

services available to workers and

businesses affected by Covid-19:

www.cab.org.nz/article/

KB00039570.

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JP Clinics

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will

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affidavits and affirmations,

witness signatures on documents

and certify document copies.

They can also witness citizenship

applications and rates rebate

applications.

Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre and

Upper Riccarton Library

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Knit ’n’ Yarn

Tuesday, 10am-noon

Go along with your knitting,

crochet or anything you like

that’s portable and crafty and

enjoy time with other crafters.

Share skills and be inspired in a

friendly, relaxing environment.

Have a look at a fabulous range

of craft books and magazines to

get ideas for your next project.

Free, beginners welcome.

Hornby Library

Technology Help Sessions

Tuesday, 11am-noon at Hornby

and 2-3pm, at Halswell

These free drop-in sessions

will help you with specific issues,

such as using email, searching

the internet, library catalogue

or electronic resources and any

other general computer-related

queries. Go along with your

laptop, tablet, smartphone or use

one of the library’s

desktop computers if you need

help.

Te Hapua: Halswell Centre and

Hornby Library

UR Club

Wednesday, 8-9am

Go and join the fun in a

before-school club. Open to all

school-aged children, there are

stories, crafts, games and more.

Upper Riccarton Library

Upper Riccarton Library

Book Discussion Group

Wednesday, 10-11am

For those who love reading

and want to share in discussion

with other friendly book lovers.

The group subscribes to the Book

Discussion Scheme so there is a

cost involved.

Upper Riccarton Library

Open Creative Time –3D

Printing and Craft Cutters

Wednesday, 10-11.30am

Find out about designing

for 3D printers. You can make

stencils, cookie cutters, name

tags, key-rings, board game

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your doorstep. Go and meet the people at this bi-monthly event. Craft Snippets is a way for you to learn about artisan crafts from

enthusiasts and experts who love to share. It will also promote the latest crafting books in the library and talk about what events

are happening around the city. Join the library for the next event and be inspired. Start a new interest, take away great skills and

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pieces or whatever you can

imagine or sketch. For more

information on 3D printing, visit

our website 3D Printing at the

library. Free, drop-in sessions.

Basic computer skills required.

Te Hapua: Halswell Centre

Mahjong Group

Wednesday, 1-3pm

Interested in learning or

playing Mahjong? Join this free,

fun and social group.

Upper Riccarton Library

Wigram Skies Social and

Service Lions Club

Third Wednesday of the month,

6.30pm

Do you live near Wigram

Skies area? Want to make new

friends? Interested in serving

the community? Discover what

Wigram’s new Lions Club is all

about at its free membership

supper night at The Harvard Bar.

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or go to https://lionsclubprojects.

Email georgia.oconnor@starmedia.

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Conversation Club

Thursday, 11am-noon

The Conversation Club is a

relaxed drop-in group where

anyone is welcome to go and

practice conversations in

english. This is not a class, but

an opportunity to talk with

others in english and meet new

people. Formerly known as the

Culture Exchange.

Upper Riccarton Library

Go Well Group - play

Rummikub

Thursday, 1-3pm

Go along to Fendalton Library

and play Rummikub – an

exciting, interactive strategy

game.

Fendalton Library

GenConnect

Thursday, 1-1.45pm

Connecting generations by

sharing knowledge. Questions

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tablet? Want to know how to use

Skype, Facebook, or share your

photos with family or friends?

Ask an ‘expert’. Riccarton High

School students will be available

every Thursday during term time

from 1pm-2pm to help you.

Upper Riccarton Library

Spark Jump – help for

families to get online at home

Friday, 2-3pm

The library is teaming up with

Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa

to offer Spark Jump. Spark

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low-income communities with

the care of children (aged 0 to 18)

who don’t have a current fixed

broadband connection at home,

and whose household is in the

4G coverage area. Workshop

participants receive a free Wi-Fi

modem and 30GB of data for $10

on the pre-pay service with no

fixed contract. Register online for

a workshop, or phone the library

at 941 7923.

Hornby Library

Chinese Book Club

Friday, 6.30-7.30pm

Chat about favourite reads,

discover new titles and authors,

make friends and share your

life experiences with other

enthusiastic readers. This group

meets on the second Friday of

the month.

Fendalton Library

Family Makerspace

Saturday, 1.30-3pm

Join in for fun activities every

week in the Makerspace. Every

week there will be a creative and/

or tech activity to try. Fun to be

had for kids of all ages.

Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre

Wā Kōrero: Storytimes

Monday, 10-10.30am

Encourage learning through

language. Storytimes is an

interactive programme including

books, songs, rhymes and play.

Recommended for over

two-year-olds. No bookings

required.

Upper Riccarton Library

Chinese ESOL Club for Beginners

Monday, 1.30-2.30pm

This club is for Mandarin

speakers who would like to practice

English in a relaxed, pressure-free

environment. Go and

join the friendly group any time.

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establishment fee, $8.05 PPSR fee, and $10 monthly account keeping fee apply. Terms and conditions apply. Valid from 1 January 2020 to 31 March 2020. Units must be registered by 31st March 2020. Offer cannot be used in conjunction

with any other offer. Nissan reserves the right to vary, withdraw or extend this offer. ^Qashqai ORC up to $995 includes initial 12 month registration & WOF, fuel & vehicle delivery. ^X-Trail ORC up to $995 includes initial 12 month

registration & WOF, fuel & vehicle delivery. ^Navara ORC up to $1240 includes initial 12 month registration & WOF, 2000km RUC, fuel & vehicle delivery.

CHRISTCHURCH NISSAN, 321 Moorhouse Avenue, Christchurch

Ph: 03 595 6820

www.christchurchnissan.co.nz

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