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ONE OF the city’s most

dangerous intersections will be

altered to improve its safety.

The intersection of Ilam, Middleton

and Riccarton roads is

notoriously tricky to navigate

because of the off-set alignment

of the three busy roads.

Because of this, the city council

agreed to modify how traffic

flowed through the intersection

and the nearby area.

“The intersection of Ilam,

Middleton and Riccarton roads

is ranked as the seventh most dangerous

intersection in Christchurch

and has been the scene of far

too many accidents,’’ said councillor

Mike Davidson, who chairs the

city council’s Urban Development

and Transport Committee.

“The changes we have approved

should make the intersection

safer for all road users and lead to

fewer crashes occurring there.’’

The changes involve:

– Only allowing left-turning

traffic to move between

Riccarton Road and Middleton

Road, which will effectively

make the junction of Ilam and

Riccarton roads a T-intersection.

– Altering the layout of the

intersection to accommodate

dedicated bus lanes.

Restricting access at the Field

Terrace/Riccarton Road

intersection to left in, left out


– Creating a new right-turnonly

lane from Riccarton Road

into Wharenui Road.

The cost of the changes is

estimated at $1.3 million but the

project should qualify for a Waka

Kotahi NZ Transport Agency

subsidy of at least 51 per cent.

Cr Davidson said while the

local community board has

reservations about altering the

flow of traffic between Ilam

and Middleton roads, transport

engineers believe it is the best

way to improve safety.

“Because of the shape and size

of this intersection, the options

for improving its safety are

limited,’’ Cr Davidson said.

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Biodiversity to get a boost

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A NEW wetland that will improve the

water quality at the Halswell River is

almost complete.

Since the Covid-19 lockdown,

contractors have been able to complete

the final earthworks for the wetland at

Ahuriri Lagoon which flows into the

Halswell River.

Final works, completed last week,

included the removal of a temporary

earthen dam between the culvert exiting

the wetland and the main channel

of the river.

This connected the wetland with the

river, making it fully operational.

Netting installed to protect plants

from being uprooted by pūkeko before

becoming established is still in place

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spokesman said: “Low rainfall this

year has left low water levels in Ahuriri

Lagoon and flow in the Halswell

River, but when rain returns, the wetland

will be seen in its full glory.”

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Remembering past times

at Oaklands School

• By Kim Thomas

DIANE CARSON taught at

Oaklands School in its early

years and worked in the long red

‘Canterbury’ brick classrooms

that housed most of its pupils.

More than 50 years later, Mrs

Carson’s granddaughters Emma

and Esther Vincent attend the

school and the two original brick

blocks are being completely

overhauled for a new generation

of learners.

Mrs Carson, who was known

as Mrs Jellyman during her time

at the school, said it was lovely to

see some of the school’s history

retained in the form of the red


“I have photos of the staff outside

the brick block classrooms

and have good memories of

teaching there. I started in 1966,

which is the year the school

opened, and worked there for five

years,” she said.

“During that time there were

about 700 students at the school.

We had classes with 37, 38, 39

children in them each at their

own desk. There were a lot of

children because a lot of people

were moving to the area.”

The brick Canterbury blocks

MEMORIES: Former Oaklands School teacher Diane Carson with

her granddaughters Emma (left) and Esther Vincent outside the

original brick block buildings. ​

are being refurbished as part of

the school’s $5-million-plus redevelopment.

Principal Margaret Trotter

said refurbishment of the two

Canterbury brick blocks was the

last major construction project of

the school’s redevelopment.

The red bricks would be retained

but the rest of the building

would be modern, she said.

The construction of three

new buildings – to house the

administration, a library and

flexible learning space, and an

extended junior school - finished

last year.

“It will be exciting to

finish the last big piece of the

redevelopment puzzle and

enjoy the finished product.

We have been very lucky that

our redevelopment has run to

schedule and look forward to

celebrating the milestone when

it is all complete.”

Rotary helps create

community space

ROTARY CLUBS across the city

have joined forces to develop a

dedicated garden and market

space for the community to enjoy.

The overgrown pocket of land

will be developed on the grounds

of disability service provider Hohepa

Canterbury and was made

possible by the Rotary Clubs of

Riccarton, Hornby, Papanui,

Cashmere and Christchurch


The area became overrun

and unusable following the

earthquakes, therefore Hohepa

Canterbury decided to construct

a pathway and reflection garden –

but was struggling with funding.

Said the Rotary Club of Riccarton

president Greg Cayford:

“We will be sharing with, and

working alongside residents, day

community members, parents

and staff who may choose to

engage with the project.

“This project is highlighting

that there are many connections

already established between Rotary

clubs, individual members

and with Hohepa Canterbury.”

Hohepa Canterbury in Cashmere

provides support to 130

special needs children and adults

with an intellectual disability to

live fully engaged lives.

They offer diverse living

options, learning and activity

programs, community participation,

and therapies inspired

by anthroposophy – a holistic

philosophy encompassing the

planet, the people and spiritual


One of anthroposophy’s key

teachings is that physical wellbeing

is enhanced by creating

physical environments for work

and living that provide a positive


Aside from providing the campus

with a “welcoming, visually

appealing streetscape,” the stream

boundary was integral to the wellbeing

of the Hohepa community.

The area’s mature trees will

be enhanced by green space and

plantings, providing a natural

area for reflection.

The gathering space will host activities

such as market stalls selling

Hohepa farm goods and seasonal

activities such as carol singing.

“As meetings have been

held between Rotary representatives

and the Hohepa team, it

has become clear that there are

further enhancements we can

develop together as the project

progresses and nears completion,”

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The burnt Spitfire which was vandalised outside the Brevet Club

on Memorial Avenue near Christchurch Airport in 1984.

Canterbury University

students protesting

against the student

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Retired Douglas Dakotas (DC3s) at Christchurch Airport in 1983.

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McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

A few SPECIALISED services

you may not know about…


The past 12 months has seen our Practice treat many

cancer patients with Chemotherapy. We have an

experienced, dedicated team of vets and nurses who

really connect with these patients and their owners.

We see referrals from other Practices and we can

offer sound advice, deliverance of care and ongoing

support for these patients. We often seek the advice

from specialists when formulating the appropriate

plans and drugs to be used.

Kirsty and Mauger sharing the love, after

Mauger was in for chemotherapy to treat

his Mast Cell Tumour.

Chemotherapy in pets is not as aggressive as in

humans, therefore the side effects are less. We aim for

“Quality of Life” versus squeezing every minute out

of living. We do aim for “complete clinical remission”

though. Most tumours are removed initially or

debulked and then chemo is used to reduce the risk of

spread of cancer to other sites. We do not have access

to radiation therapy in Christchurch.

Side effects ( nausea, vomiting, lethargy, fever,

diarrhoea, anorexia) can occur, but are not as severe

as in humans as doses given are lower. We manage

these with medications or reducing the next chemo

drug dosage.

Pets can still enjoy their normal foods and exercise

whilst on chemotherapy. There are a few exceptions

though. If your pet’s White Blood cell count gets

too low, then avoid high density dog areas so

disease transmission is low. Raw food diets are not

advised during chemotherapy due to an increased

risk of infection if the pet’s immune system comes

compromised. It is thought a premium diet, higher in

protein and fat/lower in carbohydrate are preferred

and fish oil has been talked about.

Pets DON’T lose hair like humans. After surgical clipping,

hair regrowth can be slow but it will grow back.

There is no risk to the owner of a pet receiving

chemotherapy, although pregnant women should not

handle any chemotherapy medications that are to be

given at home.

Our Vet Kirsty does the lion share of Chemotherapy in

the Practice. She has a dedicated, experienced nursing

team and these patients are all typically scheduled

on one day. Blood work is initially done to check they

are fit and healthy for their chemo drugs, then they

are injected slowly via an IV line or given orally. No

sedation drugs are usually required. It is quick, easy

and painless for your pet. Kirsty is really passionate

about helping your pet seek cancer remission whilst

enjoying a full, great quality of life. She is with you

every step of the way, answering your questions,

especially when big decisions need to be made.


We are now able to offer a surgical referral service

thanks to Dr Helen Milner (a registered specialist in

Small Animal Surgery)

coming on board

recently. Helen sees

referral patients from

all over the South

Island where they are

typically booked for a

1 hours consultation,

with surgery then

scheduled if required.

We have built a

dedicated sterile

surgery and theatre

area to cope with this

Dr Helen Milner,

our surgical


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surgical workload and have purchased the necessary

specialised equipment so that spinal, orthopaedic,

soft tissue, and thoracic surgery can proceed without

a hitch. We also can organise patients to have CT/

MRI scans, prior to surgery, through Pacific Radiology

if necessary. Spinal ( CSF) taps are also carried out if

deemed necessary for spinal/intracranial patients.

Your vet needs to refer your pet to Helen for her expert

opinion and surgical expertise.


This is a great, non invasive service which allows

us vets to have a good look down airways into the

lungs (can even go up nostrils) and down or up the

gastrointestinal tract. We have just purchased a smaller

scope to visualise the urinary system in dogs and can

get into smaller airways.

Catherine and Kirsty seen here manoevering

the endoscope to retrieve the scrunches from

Floyd’s stomach.

The patient is required to be under anaesthetic but

the procedure is fast and often effective at getting

a diagnosis, biopsying tissue or retrieving “foreign

bodies” which is most

fun. Recently “Floyd”, a 4

month old Labradoodle

was endoscoped late

one afternoon for

eating “scrunchie” hair

ties, with 6 ended up

being retrieved via

the endoscope. Very

satisfying, quick and less

expensive compared to The retrieved scrunchie

exploratory surgery.


Our new vet “ Terryne Loney” is an expert in the field

of dentistry, so coupled with vet Olivia who enjoys all

things in the teeth and gum department, we are able

to handle most dental problems and emergencies.

Our state of the

art dental suite

is fully equipped

with 2 dental

stations, allowing

scaling, polishing

and extractions

to be performed

on 2 patients at

the same time.

Digital dental

radiographs are

very important Terryne, our new vet.

when deciding

what teeth need extracting, checking for cancers and

root infections and congenital tooth abnormalities.

We now have the veterinary skills and equipment to

perform restorative dental care including root canal

surgery and offering alternatives to extraction in teeth

that are important to retain.

For any further information on the above services

please don’t hesitate to call or message us.

Dr Michele McMaster

McMaster & Heap


Funding boost sought for

community organisations


to help community

organisations cope with

the challenges of the

Covid-19 crisis is proposed

in the city council’s draft

Annual Plan.

The one-off $360,000

boost to the Strengthening

Communities Fund would

be available to community

groups working to

promote well-being across

the sporting, arts, social,

health and environmental


The five per cent increase

has been suggested

as a way to acknowledge

the difficulties that community-focused


could face following

the recent Covid-19 level 4

lockdown, says city council

head of community

support and governance

John Filsell.

“The purpose of the

Strengthening Communities

Fund is to support

organisations that help

make Christchurch a

more caring and enjoyable

place to live. Last year,

for example, the fund

SUPPORT: The city council has proposed a

$360,000 boost to the Strengthening Communities


received 951 applications

from community organisations,

and 763 received

a grant.

“We recognise the importance

of their role and

the challenges they are

likely to face in the coming

months, and that’s

why we’re proposing some

extra funding to help

ensure they’re equipped to

deal with those demands.”

Many of the traditional

sources of funding for

community groups, such

as Gaming Trust grants,



Horncastle Arena,

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have been affected by


If the one-off $360,000

boost goes ahead it would

have a 0.07 per cent impact

on rates.

Public consultation on

the draft Annual Plan

opens on Friday and continues

until June 29.

The Strengthening

Communities Fund,

which was set up in 2008,

is a $7.2 million fund

distributed by community

boards and the city

council each year.


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Charity in

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• By Bea Gooding

THE BLANKET Bank is in need

of donations following increased

demand due to Covid-19.

The charity has set up a givealittle

page to make up the shortfall

of warm bedding they provided to

vulnerable families across the city.

Due to the pandemic, usual

donations of used bedding was

“much more difficult” to process

therefore monetary donations

were much preferred.

Charity co-ordinator Martha

Baxendell said compared to this

time last year, demand was higher

than normal, reflecting job security

in families.

“We started the givealittle

because we’ve had fewer donations

over the lockdown that we couldn’t

accept and it (donations) was

incredibly low at this time of year,”

she said.

Donations had already been

made, meaning the charity only

had to turn away one person,

instead of many.

The funds will be used to purchase

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Author draws on own bullying experience

THE THIRD and final book

in a series about bullying by

Christchurch cartoonist and

writer, Alex Hallatt, is set to hit

bookshops later this month.

Hallatt’s inspiration for the

books came from her time at

primary school in England.

“When I was bullied at school,

it was one of the most miserable

periods of my life. I wrote the

books I would have liked to have

read back then. They are stories

that give hope and tools for

standing up to bullying,” Hallatt


But bullying is still a problem

in New Zealand schools. A 2019

Education Review Office study

reported that 47 per cent of

primary students had been bullied,

while 61 per cent of primary

students had witnessed bullying

of others.

Hallatt’s newest book, FAB

Club 3 - The Big Match, follows

on from Friends Against Bullying

(FAB) Club and FAB Club 2 -

Friends Against Cyberbullying.

The first book’s theme was

general bullying at school and

the second book’s theme was

online and phone bullying.

For the third book, it was time

for Hallatt to turn her attention

to sport.

“Playing sport can be fun, but

not if you never get picked for

the team. And what if the team

you do get picked for has the

world’s worst coach? A coach

who is useless, or worse: a bully,”

the book’s description reads.

And not only does it relate to

the subject of bullying among

children; but as all of us have

witnessed recently, some of

the worst bullying comes from

adults who use their positions of

power badly.

“Even if they are lucky enough


LIFE LESSONS: Alex Hallatt’s

third book in a series about

bullying, FAB Club 3 – The Big

Match focuses on sport.

never to have been bullied, most

people would prefer a world in

which the bullies don’t come out

on top in the end. The FAB Club

series is that world and one we

can aspire to be in.”

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Ground moisture barrier

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In Canterbury especially, post-quake, many

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