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Trisha’s hairy

mission for

cancer patients

A fantastic look for New Brighton

• By Bea Gooding

GAVIN AND Kylie Fantastic

spent 18 months working on

a way to enliven the streets of

New Brighton.

But when they were forced

to cancel the New Brighton

Outdoor Art Festival just days

before its opening due to the

lockdown, “depressing” was

one way to put it.

The three-day festival was

meant to attract more than

4000 people to the beach-side

community, but its organisers

were not giving up without a

fight.

Said Mr Fantastic, chairman

of the New Brighton Charitable

Trust: “It was depressing,

but it wasn’t anger. Livelihoods

come first and we understand

that this is bigger than us.

“We see this as a challenge,

this is the way the world is

now, so we’ve turned it into a

new opportunity to make it

better next year.”

The event was to showcase

local artists, featuring live

painting and music, the

unveiling of new murals, demonstrations,

workshops and

exhibitions.

Although there were no

crowds, popular street artists

such as the DTR and Fiksate

crews were able to finish nine

murals after the lockdown,

located on vacant walls in

the area. • Turn to page 5

OPTIMISTIC: New Brighton Outdoor Art Festival organisers Gavin and Kylie Fantastic were

excited to showcase nine new murals in the area in spite of the event’s cancellation. ​

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• By Louis Day

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identified as one of the Coastal-

Burwood Community Board’s

priorities for the remainder of the

term.

In the board’s plan for 2020-2022

it states it regularly receives comments

from residents about the state

of gateway bridges and connecting

roads leading into New Brighton.

“There is a real sense of concern

in the community that the current

journey into the area is unappealing

and off-putting to those

making the trip and the board

would like to see this rectified, to

make the drive into the area reflect

the incredible assets on offer,” the

plan reads.

The board has stated it will aim

to improve roading by advocating

for funding to be brought forward

for the repair of the Pages Rd

bridge and the entrance of New

Brighton area during the Long

Term Plan process next year.

It has also signalled its intention

to encourage the council to

consider initiating a project which

would see New Brighton Rd

move onto nearby red zone land,

to reduce the risk of it flooding.

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Clock tower restoration finished

• By Bea Gooding

AFTER YEARS of delays,

efforts to restore the iconic New

Brighton Clock Tower have

succeeded in turning back time

on the much loved landmark.

The heritage clock tower,

in front of the New Brighton

Library building, suffered damage

caused by the February 2011

earthquake and decades of exposure

to the seaside environment.

Work to repair the structure

began in July last year but was

delayed by additional work being

needed and the recent lockdown.

The restoration project cost

$900,000.

New Brighton Business and

Landowners Association chairwoman

Rebecca Tavete was

thrilled with the results, especially

after initial frustrations

due to the delays and costs.

“It looks beautiful, we’ve been

presented with a stunning clock

tower and it’s so iconic to the

area,” she said.

She believed its completion

had boosted community spirits.

“All good things take time.

There were fundamental issues

going on that perhaps a lot of

us don’t understand, but we can

only be joyous now for some

results.

“It’s like waiting for Christmas

Hon Poto WILLIAMS

MP for Christchurch East

SUCCESS: The New Brighton

Clock Tower can once again

tell the time, much to the

delight of the community

after years of delays.

PHOTO: NEWSLINE ​

when you’re a kid, it feels like

it’s never coming, but once we

get there, it’s over and done with

pretty quickly.”

The restoration, carried out by

local contractor Cook Brothers

Construction Ltd for the city

council, involved a significant

upgrade of the building’s structural

integrity and retention of

its original appearance

This included the replacement

of two cracked, internal concrete

floors, the inclusion of additional

steel reinforcing as well as a corrosion

prevention treatment for

the concrete surfaces.

New Brighton resident Robbie

Baigent worked in construction

and understood the delays, which

he believed was worth the wait.

“It would’ve been nice to

have seen it done faster but I’m

pleased it’s done, it looks really

good,” he said.

The clock tower was fenced

and wrapped in protective

plastic in 2018 during structural

investigations.

The assessments revealed significant

damage to the concrete

and structural steel caused by

the earthquakes and environmental

damage.

Scaffolding, which was costing

ratepayers $1500 a month, was

removed from the clock tower

just before the country went into

lockdown.

Said city council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge: “The tower

is looking its best with fresh

paintwork in the original 1930s

colour scheme. I think locals

and visitors will see the iconic

structure with fresh eyes after

this very careful and thorough

restoration.

“We do want to let people

know that the mechanism for

the clock is complex so there

might be some initial, minor

issues with its timekeeping

accuracy. This will be monitored

and some fine-tuning might be

necessary.”

Priorities laid

out for east

• From page 1

Liaising with the New Zealand

Transport Agency for the repair of

roads which are its responsibility

will also be a strategy the board

employs in attempting to improve

roading infrastructure leading

into New Brighton.

The board has also prioritised

the installation of new toilets and

changing facilities closer to the

hydrotherapy pool in Taiora QEII.

This comes after concerns from

users with accessibility issues who

struggle with the 55-metre distance

between the hydrotherapy pool and

toilets and change facilities.

The board is looking to secure

a budget for the installation of

additional toilets and fully accessible

change facilities from the

council’s Long Term Plan.

Another priority listed by the

board is to undertake planning

for a new community-led facility

within the Burwood Ward.

The board is hoping to achieve

this by developing a business case

for the facility and secure funding

for it within the council’s Long

Term Plan.

Supporting the transformation

and activation of the red zone

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Teen’s hairy mission

for cancer patients

Murals let Chch artists

express themselves

• From page 1

In early March, the community

also got involved, where more

than 40 people of all ages showed

up to help paint the words, “Orua

Paeroa,” drawing on the Māori

name for the area.

“We found there were large,

prominent areas in New Brighton

which were vacant and derelict

and had a negative visual appearance

for our small community,”

said Mr Fantastic.

“Everyone is waiting for someone

else to do something about

it, so my wife said, ‘why don’t you

do something?”

The murals have given

Christchurch artists a chance to

express their artwork in a legal

and safe environment.

With the community also able

to contribute, it gave them a sense

of ownership and pride in the

“Bohemian village.”

“It gives them ownership, like

if they were driving past they can

point it out, and those people will

grow up seeing it,” he said.

The cancellation created a

window of opportunity to change

aspects of the event for next year,

but with Covid-19 creating a raft

of uncertainties, Mr Fantastic

remained cautiously optimistic.

“Next year we’re thinking of

having a smaller-scale event, such

as a walking tour, and we want to

be able to do more [street art] in

the greater Christchurch area,”

he said.

“We hope more building owners

come on board and provide

wall space for us.

“But we’re still really nervous

about it though; the hurt that

we felt ... we don’t want to go

through that again.”

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months towards growing her

hair and eventually donated a

large portion of it to the Cancer

Society to be made into a wig.

“Over a year back, one of the

girls at school shaved her hair

off completely to raise money for

the Cancer Society,” she said.

“I thought, I too could do

something similar and help

some people who are less fortunate

than I am.”

She originally decided to shave

her hair off completely, but after

doing some research, she realised

she could donate it instead, where

it can be repurposed for a cause.

“I looked in the mirror and

thought, my hair is long but I

don’t really need it. Even if I cut

it, it’ll grow back,” she said.

EFFORT: Trisha Shailaj, donated a large portion of her hair to the

Cancer Society for wig making.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

In the months leading up to the

day she was filled with excitement,

but the closer it got, the more anxious

and uncertain she felt.

“Just before the final day, I hesitated.

I didn’t want to do it, I even

started crying. But at the end of

the day, it is just hair,” she said.

This was not the first time she

had donated time and energy

towards helping her community.

Through her father’s involvement

with Friends of Rotary,

she had completed fundraising

efforts for Multiple Sclerosis and

Parkinson’s Canterbury.

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During October’s local body

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Northern Corridor opening has

been delayed by six months.

The CNC was due to open in

the middle of this year, but last

week the New

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time was needed

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$290m motorway.

The original

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a third southbound lane on

the Waimakariri River bridge and

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thankful” for the delay.

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the district council says.

rent covered and open space

Network

in

Facebook group admin

Said district

Sonya Hodder got behind the

council the above chief proposed centre based

idea after one of its members

executive in I Zone David Park Rolleston.

posted asking if residents are

Ward: “(We) will

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be guided On site by facilities will include

are self-isolating

the following:

by dropping off

government

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policy and

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Power

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relation to fifnancial

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she goes out with the four-wheeldrive

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with the idea and so I agreed that

Mr Ward said it is still too early

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to tell exactly what assistance the

as an avenue if anybody does

community will need.

need help.

“It’s very early days and I

“I’m not sure how needed that

think that we are just looking

it will be because most of the supermarkets

are providing online

at how we respond to the virus.

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delivery and things like that but

to the central government

it’s just hard to know how it’s going

to pan out.

guidelines, the safety of staff

and the safety of our communities.”

“I just think they [people] just

need to let us know what they

It follows calls from

need and we’ll do our best to

Christchurch city councillors to

help,” she said.

stop rates increases in response

Mrs Hodder said there is no

to the Covid-19 crisis.

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900x1800

x420.

Legacy Bedside

Cabinet

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$220

ONLY

$249

ONLY

$499 eACH

ONLY

$329

ONLY

$599

$129

Pine Side Table

450x450x500.

emma 3 Piece

Dining

750x750

emma 5 Piece Dining

1200x750

White 2 Drawer

entertainment Unit

1115 x 480H x 400D

White Bookcase

1200H x 600 x 290

White Hall Table

1050 x 760H x 420

ONLY

$99

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$499

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$349

Nest of Tables

Student Desk

Available in black or white.

1000w x 690h x 500d

Coffee Table

1200x400x600.

Tundra entertainment Units

1600x420x450

$599

Pine Bookcases

Butcher’s Block

Work bench with wheels &

cupboard + drawer.

ONLY

$149

ONLY

$349

ONLY

$399

1300x420x450

$499

1500 x 1240H x 300

$379

900x1800

$349

680 x 580 x 870H

$379

2 Drawer

entertainment Unit

1200x600x450.

entertainment

Unit

1100x400x480.

Glass

entertainment Unit

Side Table

450 x 450

Coffee Tables

1200 x 650 x 400H

ONLY

$199

3 Drawer Buffet

1170 x 420 x 840H

Pine - Wine Buffet

1300W x 840H x 430

ONLY

$449

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$89

1200 x 550 x 430H

ONLY

$149

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