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​Mike’s a dedicated life saver

• By Jess Gibson

MIKE SMITH’S dedication

to saving lives goes beyond

his career as a road safety

specialist.

The transport engineer, of

Cashmere, has been patrolling

with the Taylors Mistake

Surf Life Saving Club for

more than 20 years and is

chairman of its committee, as

well as vice-president of the

national SLSNZ committee.

And now, he has been

named the top regional

volunteer in Surf Life Saving

NZ’s Canterbury Awards

of Excellence, which were

announced online over the

weekend.

He was one of a long list

of people recognised in the

regional awards, which

cover clubs at Nelson,

Rarangi, Buller, Kotuku,

Waikuku Beach, Spencer Park,

Waimairi, North Beach,

New Brighton, South

Brighton, Sumner and Taylors

Mistake.

One of Mr Smith’s most

memorable rescues included

saving Irish tourist Cormac

O’Brennan’s life when he

fell more than 20m from

rocks above Taylors Mistake

head-first in January last year.

• Turn to page 4

DEVOTED: Mike Smith, of Cashmere, has been named Canterbury’s top surf life saving

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Scrabble Club

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News

‘Green’ homes complex

opens in St Martins

A NEW community housing

complex featuring energyefficient

and environmentallyfriendly

homes has been

officially opened in St Martins.

The complex, in Tiwaiwaka

Lane, previously Cresselly Pl, has

been developed by the Ōtautahi

Community Housing Trust

and consists of 28 one and twobedroom

homes.

The homes met New Zealand

Green Building Council Homestar

6 standards, which meant

they were designed and built to

be warm and efficient, with a

reduced environmental impact.

“The opening of the complex is

another step in our commitment

to building great homes and

creating connected communities

with housing that exceeds standards,”

said OCHT chief executive

Cate Kearney.

“These homes are warm, dry

and efficient, car parking is provided

for each home and there is

a central courtyard at the centre

of the complete to promote a

sense of community.”

The site was previously owned

by the city council and was

used for social housing, but the

buildings were severely damaged

during the earthquakes and had

to be demolished.

The city council subsequently

transferred the site to OCHT-ownership

and has supported the new

housing development through a

loan on commercial terms.

Ms Kearney said OCHT was

leading the way nationally in

the development of community

housing that meets the NZGBC

Homestar ratings.

The trust has completed two

smaller complexes that are

accredited Homestar 6 and is

working on a 90 home development

on Brougham St that will

be Homestar 7.

“OCHT has made a

commitment to ensuring our new

homes are the best they can be. We

want to provide our tenants with

a home that provides maximum

health and environmental

SUSTAINABLE: A new “green”

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benefits,’’ said Ms Kearney.

Mayor Lianne Dalziel said

she was extremely proud of the

way the Ōtautahi Community

Housing Trust has been able to

develop high quality, energyefficient

housing in a way that is

sustainable for the tenants and

the community as a whole.

Tiwaiwaka is one of the Māori

names for fantail and the bird is

reflected in the central courtyard

design.

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BRIDGE CONCERNS

Safety concerns have been

raised about the Ferniehurst

St bridge between Ashgrove

Terrace and Cashmere Rd at

the latest Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board meeting. A

nearby resident highlighted the

limited space on the bridge for

pedestrians, particularly when

vehicles drove by, creating safety

issues. The community board

has referred the concerns on to

the city council for advice.

SLOPE STABILISATION

Work has started on a new

retaining wall to stabilise a

localised slip on Stonehaven

Terrace in Hillsborough. The

work also includes partial

reconstruction of the road,

minor drainage works and

associated civil works. The road

will be reduced to one lane from

Monday to Saturday each week,

from 7am to 7pm. The works

are due to be completed by late

August this year.

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Cancer battle

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• By Bea Gooding

SHEILA HAILSTONE’S battle

with breast cancer inspired her

to chronicle the experience in a

new book and plans to donate its

profits towards cancer research.

As a seven-year metastatic

breast cancer survivor, she wrote

Dancing around Cancer to uplift

and inspire those on their own

journey with the disease.

The book presented reflections

in haibun, a form of haiku

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Said Hailstone: “I’ve had a lot

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She decided to do the Camino

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The film struck a chord with

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Mr O’Brennan was taken

to Christchurch Hospital in a

critical condition and doctors

gave him a less than 10 per cent

chance of survival - but he made

a remarkable recovery.

Another big rescue for Mr

Smith was when a Taylors

Mistake SLSC team member had

a cardiac arrest during a major

competition.

“[We had] such a fantastic team

that had an amazing outcome.”

Mr Smith is no stranger to

victory at the annual awards -

he has won a range of awards

including Official of the Year in

2019 and Surf Life Saving Club

Rescue of the Year with his team

of nine in 2018.

However, he still said the

announcement came as “a bit of a

surprise.”

“There’s just so many people

out there who are deserving of

that.”

Mr Smith said both his sons,

30-year-old Nick and 27-year-old

Hamish were raised with surf

life saving and he said it was

“a good time” being involved

together.

SLSNZ’s southern regional

manager Stu Bryce said Mr Smith

has been named in recognition

of his involvement at a club,

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PROUD MOMENT: Taylors Mistake Surf Life Saving Club’s

Louis Clark has been named Sportsperson of the Year.

regional and national level,

particularly in the Health and

Safety sector.

“Mike’s service to surf is

decades old and it is people like

him who are the backbone of

the sport and the service side of

lifeguarding.”

Taylors Mistake Surf Life

Saving Club’s Louis Clark has

been named Sportsperson of

the Year, after he represented

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Africa in 2019.

He returned home to compete

at the 2019 New Zealand Pool

Rescue Championships, where

he won the U19 Male 200m

Swim With Obstacles and placed

third in both the U19 Male

100m Rescue Medley and 50m

Manikin Carry.

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PROUD MOMENT: Taylors

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volunteer Luke Smith has

been recognised as Lifeguard

of the Year.

alongside Ben Regan, and placed

second in the U19 Male Rescue

Tube Rescue with Ben, Jacob

Clements and Zach Goldsmith.

Said Mr Bryce: “Louis excelled

in the local and regional pool and

beach events winning both the

Open and U19 run swim run and

surf races at the Southern Region

Championships.”

Another Taylors Mistake

SLSC volunteer, Luke Smith,

was named lifeguard of the year.

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Celebration for community patrol

• By Bea Gooding

THERE WERE many reasons

to celebrate at the Christchurch

South Community Patrol this

month.

Not only did they unveil a new

hybrid patrol car, but certificates

of commendation were also

presented to five volunteers, and

a patroller was awarded for his

20 years of service.

The celebration took place

at the Spreydon Tennis Club

and was well attended by

the community, as well as

representatives from the police.

This also included the

patrol’s operations manager,

Cashmere ward councillor Tim

Scandrett, Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board chairwoman

Karolyn Potter, and Central-

Linwood Heathcote chairwoman

Alexandra Davids.

Patrol leader Ken Bye noted

the importance of the occasion

in recognising the commitment

of its members to serving the

community, especially of Don

Dalrymple, 85, and his 20-year

dedication.

“He was delighted to get that

recognition, he really is one of

our most committed patrollers,”

said Mr Bye.

He said Mr Dalrymple is one

of the longest-serving patrollers

in Christchurch and was never

“off duty,” and still patrolled at

least twice a month.

The 85-year-old is also a

base radio operator for the city

patrols, keeping in contact to

ensure that they remain safe.

“Last year he made the papers

for helping stop a burglar. He

heard an alarm going, ran across

the road and physically knocked

the guy over as he was taking

off,” he said.

“That’s just typical Don. We’re

really proud of him, he’s one of

those guys who always goes the

extra mile.”

The unveiling of the Toyota

Rav 4 hybrid car was an

“exciting” new addition, which

was the first patrol car of its kind

in the South Island.

It was also the first in the

country to display the te reo

Māori translation of CPNZ and

its purpose to celebrate their

diverse patrol.

“The inclusion of ‘Ngā manu

taiko ō Aotearoa’ on the car

reflects the diversity of the patrol

and the importance of the tangata

whenua in the community it

serves,” said Mr Bye.

CELEBRATION: Senior

Sergeant Roy Appley, Don

Dalrymple of Christchurch

South Community Patrol, and

CPNZ national operations

manager Cheryl Watson with

the newly unveiled Toyota Rav

4 hybrid patrol car. ​

“We thought it was really neat

because we can do our job with

a vehicle that’s environmentally

appropriate.”

The Christchurch South

Community Patrol has been

operating for 26 years and now

has more than 50 patrollers

ranging from 19-years-old to 80

and above.

With a purpose to act as the

“eyes and ears” of the police

within the community, Mr Bye

believed the city’s patrols were

important, now more than ever.

“The emergency services

overall are under pressure, so

having those extra eyes and ears

out there helps. It’s often spotting

the little things that might be out

of place, where people won’t call

111,” he said

“It also helps police join the

dots by providing information

that might lead to the arrest of a

significant offender.”

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A walk along memory lane

The Valley Inn, Heathcote in 1982.

Garden City helicopter at the Mobil Sydenham petrol station

in 1989.

Administration building and toll booths of the

Christchurch-Lyttelton Road Tunnel in 1964.

Exterior of the Sydenham Post Office building

built in 1911 on Colombo St, Sydenham,

pictured in 1980.

Christchurch Transport Board buses outside the Sign of the

Takahe in 1983 as part of the Hills and Harbour our.

Students participating in a Civil Defence

earthquake disaster practice at St Martins primary

school in 1989.

Wood Brothers Flour Mill, Addington in 1898.

The mill was built in 1861 ready for the 1862

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Their well-equipped workshop includes specialised diagnostic

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$160

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$7,500

ID 35097

$9,500

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$100

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$2,400

ID 35048

$6,000

ID 34110

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ID 35170

$500

ID 35031

$455

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$1,200

ID 34586

$695

ID 35171

$17,500

ID 35008

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Toyota Yaris

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Brother Laser Printer, HL-2130

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$49

ID 26808

$6,000

ID 35138

$240

ID 31468

$20

ID 35135

$5

ID 35133

$40

ID 34953

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( Self contained)

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with attached Run

$100

ID 34863

$250

ID 34720

$1,500

ID 34861

$4,500

ID 35132

$90

ID 35131

$375

ID 34821

2020 Arctic Cat

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$7,200

ID 34812

$115

ID 34665

$20

ID 29815

$6,000

ID 33101

$24,500

ID 34186

$150

ID 34132

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Excellent Condition

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Welding Machine

Couch & 2 Armchairs

$60

ID 35095

$6,750

ID 34119

$180

ID 35094

$750

ID 32749

$120

ID 35092

$50

ID 34040

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