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Funding serves up hope

for struggling tennis club

NEW BEGINNINGS: Committee

member Alex Hinchey, and club

president Kate Latimer, of the

South Brighton Tennis Club,

which received funding this

week to repair its earthquakedamaged

courts.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN ​

• By Bea Gooding

ONE OF the oldest tennis clubs

in Christchurch will soon get a

much-needed facelift – a light

at the end of a very long tunnel

for its members.

The South Brighton Tennis

Club was one of the latest

groups to benefit from a $7 million

Government cash injection

for “shovel ready” infrastructure

projects.

The suburb is the latest in Canterbury

to get money from $300

million set aside to stimulate the

post-Covid-19 economy.

The club will receive $413,000

to repair its earthquakedamaged

courts, to upgrade its

clubroom and to install lights

to enable games at night.

Club president Kate Latimer

said: “It’s going to be lifechanging

for our youth because

there aren’t a lot of community

facilities or clubs like it, and

it will be a hub of activity for

families and young people.”

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Enterprise project promotes diversity

INNOVATIVE Linwood College

students have produced a unique

coffee drink by blending a

traditional Filipino drink with

classic Kiwi flavouring.

But it’s more than just a tasty

coffee creation – the drink symbolises

a fusion of two cultures.

Halaya (Filipino for jelly) chief

executive and Linwood College

student JC Aguilar said food has

the power to bring people from

different backgrounds together.

“Our inspiration was to fuse

two cultures in a dessert.”

The entrepreneurial students

are part of the Young Enterprise

Scheme, which teaches teenagers

practical skills to run a business.

For their business studies class,

the students created a blended

drink of condensed milk, cream

Popular tennis club aces funding application

• From page 1

“Not having the funding put us

under a lot of pressure, we had a

bleak outlook and all hopes were

dashed,” she said.

“But it’s a phenomenal amount

of money for a small club, so

we’re feeling very fortunate and

grateful that our efforts have

been recognised.”

More than $20,000 in the last

and caffeinated jelly cubes – a

popular mix in the Philippines

– then added Kiwi hokey pokey

flavouring.

two years was fundraised to fix

three of its courts, but a further

$70,000 was required to fix the

remaining two courts.

The addition of lights at the

outdoor courts will allow for

night-time usage – a first for the

club. The new funding will also

allow the club to finish off the

already upgraded courts with a

Flexi-Pave surface.

FUSION: Year

13 Linwood

College

students Jessa

Arcayera, JC

Aguilar and

Adrian Rafol

created a

Filipino/Kiwiinspired

drink

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Scheme

project. ​

Having seen cultural divides

occurring in places such as the

United States, the group – JC,

Jessa Arcayera, Adrian Rafol,

Even though the courts had

been littered with cracks and

potholes, memberships were on

the rise and the community were

still drawn to the facility.

Established in 1929, SBTC

had a long-standing history as a

multi-generational club with a

“close community.”

Some players were forced to leave

the area because their houses were

Mark Castalone, and Vence Ibo

– wanted to show what good can

come when two cultures join

together.

“Food is more than just what

meets the stomach. It also powers

our physical satisfaction and

that satisfies our way of living,”

JC said.

Halaya has spent hours perfecting

its recipe and it is already

proving to be a massive hit with

customers.

Jessa, Halaya’s production director,

was overwhelmed by the

response at the first market day

at Linwood College, when they

sold 30 cups in 15min.

Halaya is now looking to sell

its product at local markets

around Christchurch.

Its target market started with

“red-zoned,” but due to the club’s

tight-knit nature, they continued

to remain members.

“It’s a family-friendly environment,

everyone’s welcome,” said

Latimer.

The major redevelopment

opened up new opportunities for

the club, such as the chance to

expand their season.

Latimer was confident the new

coffee lovers but it hopes to

expand the target audience with

the hokey pokey flavouring.

“My company and I want to

sell about 300 cups this year and

try to make different flavours beside

our coffee and hokey pokey

flavour,” JC said.

“And also to let people know

something about our culture.”

Filipinos make up the thirdhighest

number of immigrants

arriving in New Zealand, and

Linwood College has a growing

number of Filipino students on

its roll.

Business Studies teacher

Lukas Davidson said Linwood

College is one of the more

diverse schools in Christchurch,

which creates a rich blend of

cultures.

additions would drive membership,

welcoming new and old

players back to the facility.

“We want to be the best club in

Christchurch, but success is measured

in different ways,” she said.

Next in the pipeline for SBTC

was “Love Tennis,” an open day

to learn more about the sport

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History reflected in new Ngutuawa School

• By Bea Gooding

IT’S THE beginning of a new

chapter at Bamford School.

Nearly a decade after the

September 4, 2010, and February

22, 2011, earthquakes caused

irreparable damage to the site’s

foundations, the school has

found a new home – a $6 million

facility now known as Ngutuawa

School.

The school’s new name represented

the history and culture of

the area in which it was established

and was a reflection of the

“exciting” changes.

Principal Shona Hewlett said

staff and students had now

settled into a modern learning

environment; one that was no

longer “damp” and “cold.”

“The students were very excited

about the new space, they

thought it was beautiful,” she

said.

“Everyone feels really blessed

to be able to come to this new

environment and start fresh.”

Damage to the previous facility

was mostly underground,

such as drainage pipes which

were too costly to fix.

Hewlett said they were lucky

to have been able to rebuild on

the same site unlike many other

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Renewal of the east has

reached a tipping point

From the board

Kelly Barber, chair

Waitai/Coastal-Burwood Community Board

OVER THE past 20 years

I’ve spent a lot of my

summers cycling around

our eastern suburbs and

all over our awesome city

preparing for the annual

Coast to Coast multisport

event.

When I wasn’t biking

I was often in my kayak,

gliding up and down the

Avon or forging out into

our stunning estuary.

I’ve also spent countless

days running too, trudging

the roads, through our

parks, a long our beautiful

seemingly endless beach,

estuary edge, around our

wetlands, in Burwood forest

and sometimes along

the Avon River banks. To

me this was Christchurch

at its best and I often felt

quite uplifted.

But after the earthquakes,

like many, I began

to grow more and more

frustrated in these same

places. We had clearly been

profoundly affected by the

quakes out east, and our

recovery seemed so much

slower than everywhere

else.

I started getting more

and more annoyed at the

state of the roads, the

flooding, the quick fix

bunds, the orange cones,

the broken homes, buildings,

neighbourhoods,

schools and the sad state

of hubs like New Brighton

Mall.

When a friend asked

me if I’d run for council

and community board

suddenly it seemed like an

opportunity to do something

useful instead of just

feeling frustrated.

My colleagues on the

Waitai/Coastal-Burwood

Community board have

similar stories. Each of

us has unique skills and

has come to a place where

we want to do something

to help make our part of

town a better place for all

residents.

It may sound corny but

it’s true. Five of the six

of us were mostly minding

our own business 12

months ago, now we’re

trying to help serve our

community. But we’re not

the first and we know it.

We are acutely aware ‘we

stand on the shoulders of

giants.’

We recognise our two

wards owe a great debt of

gratitude to people such

as David East, Glenn

Livingstone, Kim Money,

Tim Baker, Tim Sintes and

our long-standing current

community board rep

Linda Stewart who served

our community with

determination and pride.

A lot of the good things

you are beginning to see

in our community board

area are the fruits of their

efforts.

Your current board

comprising of city councillors

James Daniels and Phil

Mauger, deputy chair Jo

Zervos, Bebe Frayle, Linda

Stewart and myself want to

play our part and carry on

the work of our predecessors.

With a number of major

projects either recently

completed or receiving

funding just in the last

week it feels like the renewal

of the east has reached a

tipping point.

Of course there is still

cmuch to do but there is

clearly a new vibe, a new

buzz, a new positivity in

our precious part of town.

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happiness. As I observe the variety of

people who represent our global cultures,

and the family units who visit our area for

an hour or a day or who live among the

streets of our coastal village, warm fuzzies

take over.

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Kate Meads was recently labelled New

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very humorous and motivating speaker.

Kate also prides herself on being “real”.

She often jokes with her audiences about

the fact that she isn’t perfect, nor does

she expect anyone to be. The workshop

is a great place to learn what you can do,

however, and whether it’s big or small,

any change in the right direction is a good

change.

For over 10 years, Kate Meads has

been travelling the country delivering

waste minimisation seminars, with

topics ranging from cloth nappies, right

through to re-usable coffee cups. Kate

is extremely passionate about her work

and believes that education and the

sharing of knowledge is one of the most

powerful tools we have in the battle

against waste. Kate strongly believes that

“If everyone did just one small thing for

our environment every single day, we will

start to make a difference that will count”.

When:

Tue 15 Sep 2020,

6:00pm–8:00pm

Where:

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74 Beatty Street, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

Contact:

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• Individual Ticket: $27.12 ($25.00 +

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• Couple’s Ticket: $27.12 ($25.00 +

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There are limited spaces and packs

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Please note: Bringing your baby to the

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Discover

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Hundreds flock to Brighton

Gallery Pop-Up Exhibition

A pop-up art exhibition and daily

programme of art classes held by

Brighton Gallery at The Palms recently

saw hundreds of people flock to view the

works of local artists and attend classes.

“Because a pop-up exhibition is

less formal than a gallery what was

particularly gratifying was to see people of

all ages and walks of life feel comfortable

coming in, viewing the art and chatting to

artists,” says Brighton Gallery committee

member and artist Karen Phelps. “We

were really blown away by how many

people attended and the positive feedback

we got.”

Art works exhibited in the pop-up

exhibition included painting, drawing,

prints and sculptures. Phelps says that

the art classes were also well attended

and resulted in a competition of kids’

and young people’s artwork where the

public could vote for their favourite piece

with prizes donated by Paper Plus New

Brighton and the Palms. The pop-up

exhibition also included the opportunity

to win a double pass to He Puna

Taimoana to celebrate its opening, which

was won by Dianne S of New Brighton.

Phelps says that she hopes the pop

up exhibition will encourage people to

explore their creative side and visit the

Brighton Gallery:

“We have constant exhibitions at

the gallery with a large variety of art

from traditional to street art. For those

looking to purchase the artworks are very

reasonably priced. There are regular art

classes and people can join as a member

and exhibit their work. Brighton Gallery

really is an undiscovered gem and once

people visit they keep coming back.”

Located at 4 Carnaby Mall, New

Brighton (opposite Paper Plus), Brighton

Gallery is open 7 days a week year round.

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Discover

New Brighton

Textile artist

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residence at

Stitch-o-Mat

To celebrate Matariki 2020, Stitcho-Mat

New Brighton, Christchurch’s

community sewing project, was honoured

to have hosted renowned textile artist

Maungarongo (Ron) Te Kawa as their

Artist in Residence which concluded at

the end of last month.

Ron Te Kawa (Ngāti Porou) is known as

an artist, storyteller, quilter and fashion

designer.

During his time at Stitch-o-Mat, Ron

was working on a Community Matariki

Quilt which invited the

community to participate

by either watching or

participating in the event.

Ron was asked to

return by popular

demand after last year’s Whakapapa Quilt

workshops at Stitch-o-Mat. They were

a great success and received extremely

positive feedback which resulted in

Stitch-o-Mat hosting him as their Artist

in Residence for most of July, so that more

people would be able to access his art.

This was possible thanks to the support

of Te Puni Kōkiri and the Christchurch

Creative Communities Scheme.

During his time in Christchurch,

Ron delivered workshops which

focused on the development of

practical sewing skills and shared the

value of supporting each other in the

art of sewing.

Stitch-o-Mat closed off the almost

month long festivities Sunday the 26th

with a potluck dinner and Ron telling

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• By Matt Slaughter

Thursday August 6 2020

POLICING AROUND east

Christchurch high schools has

increased in an effort to make

sure students are obeying the

conditions of their driver licences.

Shirley Boys’ High School is

one of the schools where this is

happening and principal Tim

Grocott said the initiative should

help keep students safe on busy

surrounding roads at the school’s

new Travis Rd site.

“We were very conscious when

we moved here that we’re moving

to an area that’s got a busy

road on it and all those sorts of

things, and for us, we don’t want

our students who are in vehicles

adding to that level of danger.”

Canterbury road policing

manager Inspector Greg Cottam

said high school students are

often not on their full licences.

He said, for about the next

month, police will be checking

students are not breaking rules

including carrying passengers

if they’re on their restricted

licences or travelling without a

fully licensed driver of two or

more years in the front seat if on

their learners.

If students are found to be

breaching their driving conditions

for the first time, police

will give them the option of

attending a seminar encouraging

them to complete the next stage

of driver licence training.

Said Inspector Cottam: “We’re

working with those kids and giving

out some education, running

some seminars with partners such

as ACC and fire, and encouraging

them [students] to go forward and

get the next stage of their licences.

“We believe education and

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SAFETY: Police are patrolling around Canterbury high

schools to make sure students are abiding by the

conditions of their driver licences.

PHOTO: RNZ

changing behaviours is far better

than straight out enforcement,”

he said.

If they’ve breached the rules

more than once or choose not to

attend the seminar, police will issue

the appropriate punishment

on a “case by case basis,” Cottam

said.

Breaching restricted driver

licence conditions can result in

receiving 35 demerit points and a

$100 fine. If any other conditions

of driver licences are breached

the punishment can be 25

demerit points and a $400 fine.

BIRDS OF THE ESTUARY

Tanya Jenkins is the manager of the

Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust, a

non-profit organisation formed in 2002

to protect one of New Zealand’s most

important coastal wetlands. Each week

she introduces a new bird found in the

estuary. Her column aims to raise the

understanding of the values and uniqueness of the area.

Long lives for hungry

oystercatchers

OYSTERCATCHERS are easy to

spot with their black and white

feathers and a bright orange bill

and legs. You may have seen them

busily harvesting the mudflats

– mainly for cockles but also for

crabs and fish.

It has been recorded that this

ever-hungry bird can consume

up to 1kg of cockles per day. Now

that’s a lot of cockles. At high

tide when they cannot feed on

the mudflats they move to nearby

paddocks to feed on worms and

grubs as well.

Once they find a mate, it’s

for life, and records show pairs

which have been together for 20

years. They prefer to nest inland

and move in early spring to

riverbeds and farmland in the

east of the Southern Alps to raise

their chicks. They then return in

large numbers to our estuary in

autumn and winter.

They are long-lived as well, with

banded birds recorded here to be

as old as 27 years.

There are about 112,000 of these

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are long-lived, with banded

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estuary as old as 27 years.

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birds in New Zealand but numbers

are declining. So how can we help

these birds thrive? Keep dogs on

the lead when walking near the estuary

as to not disturb them while

feeding or resting.

Do not gather shellfish from the

mudflats, as we need to ensure

large numbers of cockles are

present for the birds.

Gathering also disturbs the

birds from feeding.

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Now with the colder and wetter weather on

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In Canterbury especially, post-quake, many

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seller, visit www.postanote.co.nz and search the ID#

Electrocoup & Pellenc Pruners

1939 Austin Austin 10

Pre-War Saloon

Wideglide Tank

Mitsubishi L300

(Long Wheelbase)

Toyota Vitz

Toyota Corolla DX Wagon

$1,200

ID 35233

$7,500

ID 35099

$450

ID 33239

$9,000

ID 35268

$1,850

ID 35250

$2,000

ID 35262

Cast Iron Water Pump Medium

1962 Land Rover

Series SWB 2A

Half Farthing British Coins

Rimu Dresser With Mirror

Ammunition Reloading Dies

for .300 Savage

Nissan Note

$160

ID 35172

$7,500

ID 35097

$20

ID 35205

$100

ID 35183

$65

ID 35249

$6,000

ID 34110

French Style Armoire — New

Hilux Canopy

Chest Freezer - Small

Yard Machine Ride-on Mower

Dumbbell 1.5kg

BMW X5

$2,350

ID 35170

$500

ID 35031

$180

ID 35159

$1,200

ID 34586

$2

ID 35134

$17,500

ID 35008

Matthew Smith - ‘Landscape near

Aix,’ Framed Colour Print c 1935

BOC Smootharc MMA170

Welding Machine

Storage Closet/Wardrobe

Mitsubishi Lancer

Bake Cake Pan Springform

Pan 23.5cm

Wooden Single Bunks

$120

ID 33294

$120

ID 35092

$240

ID 31468

See Seller

ID 35229

$5

ID 35133

$100

ID 35086

Genuine Leather Boots Size 7

Pine Vanity

Ford Festiva

Van Toyota Granvia

( Self contained)

HD28 Martin Guitar

Insulated Kennel

with attached Run

See Seller

ID 21287

$250

ID 34720

$1,500

ID 34861

$4,500

ID 35132

$3,699

ID 26803

$375

ID 34821

Ingersol Rand Rattle Gun

Rimu TV/Stereo Cabinet

ABBA ARRIVAL LP

Near New Trailer

2014 Toyota Hilux

Heater

$400

ID 26130

$115

ID 34665

$20

ID 29815

$6,000

ID 33101

$24,500

ID 34186

$15

ID 34839

Sea Anchor & Buoys

Ford Transit

WWII Helmet

Vintage Bedroom Furniture

BOC Smootharc MMA170

Welding Machine

Couch & 2 Armchairs

$60

ID 35095

$6,750

ID 34119

$95

ID 34584

$750

ID 32749

$120

ID 35092

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Home 329 9344. Cell

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Phone John on 0800

003181, 027 240 7416

jflattery@xtra.co.nz

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Phone Dave 981 0278

or 021 223 4200

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• Open Saturday morning

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03 343 9993 333 Blenheim Rd

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0272 743 541, 385-4348

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0275 588 895

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4311440.

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