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Funding boost for law centre

CRUCIAL: (From left to right) – Jane Jarman, Adriana Damasceno and Katrina Fitzgerald of Community Law

Canterbury welcome the Government’s funding boost for facilities across NZ after a huge increase in demand.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

• By Bea Gooding

INCREASING demand for free

legal services due to Covid-19

has prompted the Government

to provide significant funding

to community law centres

across the country.

Community Law Canterbury

is among dozens to benefit from

a $3.47 million funding boost

over three years – in addition to

the almost $8 million in funding

that was already announced

in Budget 2020.

The increase will add $1.2

million to community law

services in the current financial

year.

•Turn to page 4

Bromley

smell

fails to

improve

• By Bea Gooding

THREE MONTHS have passed

since city council-run facilities

Living Earth and EcoCentral

were identified as significant

odour emitters in Bromley and

beyond.

But since the city council implemented

an adaptive management

plan to mitigate the odour in

June, an Environment Canterbury

report shows the smell has

worsened.

In May, before the plan went

ahead, 225 reports of compost

odours were submitted by the

community, which decreased in

June to 174, but July in comparison

rose to 204 reports.

The plan is two months into

its three-month trial to test and

carry out necessary changes to

alleviate the issues, which will

identify if the changes were successful.

Said Carol Anderson, who has

lived on Bromley’s Seascape Gardens

for 23 years: “It’s been pretty

bad, the stench just kills me. Any

smell blows directly across where

we live and in other areas.

•Turn to page 4

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Thursday, 10-11am

New Brighton Library

Build your confidence in te reo

Māori skills with other fellow learners.

Free, no booking required.

Wā Kōrero: Storytimes

Thursday, 10-10.30am, at Linwood,

Monday, 2-2.30pm, at New Brighton,

Tuesday, 10.30-11am, at Shirley

Linwood, New Brighton and Shirley

libraries

Storytimes is an interactive programme

including books, songs,

rhymes and play. Recommended

for children 2-years-old and up. No

bookings required.

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Scrabble Club

Friday, 10am-noon, at Linwood,

Monday, 10-11am, at New

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every Monday night. All abilities welcome. Phone Lynley at 021 205 1106

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Lions Club Fundraiser

Saturday, September 12, 9am-1pm

104 New Brighton Mall, New Brighton

The Lions Club of New Brighton is

selling pea straw and compost at New

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Lions projects in the eastern suburbs.

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or Neil at 021 169 7293. Free delivery.

Creative Writing on Sundays

Sunday, 1-3pm

Linwood Library

Writing group leader Jennifer will

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Take some pens or pencils, paper, or a

laptop. This class is free.

JP Clinic

Tuesday, 10am-1pm, at Linwood,

10am-1pm, at Shirley

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A justice of the peace will be

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Church construction starts

• By Matt Slaughter

THE CONSTRUCTION of a

$3.5 million church in Avonside

has begun.

The Most Holy Trinity Church

on Stanmore Rd was destroyed

in the February 22, 2011, earthquake.

It operated out of a much

smaller, makeshift building for

nine years but now a new church

will be built on its original site

after five years of planning.

Its rebuild is under way and

Reverend Jill Keir anticipates it

will take about a year to complete.

She said the new church will

include two large spaces able to

host about 100 people each for

services and other gatherings, a

small chapel, offices, and a new

kitchen.

Funding for it has come from

insurance payouts.

Keir said the new church

will be a useful space for east

Christchurch and have a positive

impact on the community.

“In my opinion, it will give

us the opportunity to provide

a much wider range of community

activities. We hope it

will become a community centre

within the local area.”

She said the building which

the church has been operating

out of for the last nine years will

remain on-site and continue to

be used as an additional space

for activities.

The original Most Holy Trinity

Church was the first Anglican

Church in Canterbury to be

consecrated. That took place on

February 24, 1857, it was established

in 1855.

On August 10, the first soil

was broken before the construction

of the new church began.

About 60 people attended

including Canterbury Anglican

Bishop Peter Carrell​and

Christchurch East MP Poto

Williams.

Keir said the plan is to

consecrate the new church on

February 24, 2022, the same day

this took place at the old church

165 years earlier.

BREAKING SOIL:

Canterbury Anglican

Bishop Peter Carrell​gets

work started at the Most

Holy Trinity Church site

August 10.

MILESTONE:

A concept

design of the

new Most

Holy Trinity

Church being

built on

Stanmore Rd.

It has taken

five years

to go from

planning to

construction.

In Brief

ROAD CLOSURE

St Johns St is now closed

between Glenroy St and Ferry

Rd as part of the Woolston

Village Upgrade. Construction

includes renewing the

underground sewer network

which is badly degraded. The

closure allows teams to work

safely and continue sewer works

on Ferry Rd and is expected

to be completed in about four

weeks.

FEEDBACK SOUGHT

Feedback is now open to update

the city council’s Strengthening

Communities Strategy.

This strategy incorporates

community group grants

review and the community

facilities plan which work in a

range of ways to develop strong

communities. Community

participation encourages a sense

of belonging and offers support

in times of stress, and promote

the wellbeing of individuals and

families. Workshops are being

organised by staff in community

board areas to discuss how

the city council can make the

most of the opportunities and

challenges over the next 10 years.

Feedback closes on September

14 and can be found at https://

ccc.govt.nz/the-council/

consultations-and-submissions/

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Odour may be stronger or

weaker on different days

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“It won’t make it easy to

sell the house. I’m just feeling

resigned.”

She said the smell was

not as bad this month as

it was in previous months,

but “having said that, it’s

still been pretty horrendous.”

While the trials were

under way the plan outlined

that the odour may

be stronger or weaker on

different days.

Operational changes at

refuse and recycling facility

EcoDrop, managed by

EcoCentral, showed a 40

per cent decline in average

“odour units” detected in

July compared to June.

Changes included clearing

odorous waste in sealed

containers quickly, ensuring

all waste was cleared

each night, and prioritising

odorous waste.

However, an increase in

“offensive” reported odours

were identified at organics

processing plant Living

Earth beyond the boundary

of the site.

“Living Earth has been

using misters for a number

of years as a tool to mitigate

odour from the plant. Four

additional, larger misters

have been brought in and

are now in use,” the city

council’s AMP progress

report said.

High-need clients in city

The compost “recipe”

was also adjusted to replace

the odour profile of the

previous blend that was

causing the offensive smell.

“It will take about 12

weeks for all of the compost

from the old blend to

completely cycle through

the composting process

and move off-site.”

Linwood ward city

councillor Yani Johanson

is advocating for better

national air quality standards

and made a personal

submission to the Ministry

for the Environment seeking

as such.

“With two out of the

three months up for significant

reduction in odour

complaints, the problem

is growing which is completely

unacceptable to

the local community. This

highlights clearly that the

Resource Management Act

is inadequate to deal with

these activities.

“There is no way what is

• From page 1

Said Community Law

Canterbury board chairman

Jeremy Finn: “We’re

delighted to get it in recognition

of the huge, unmet

demand that will continue

to increase post-Covid-19.

“But we also know that

demand is at full capacity

now, so we would expect

the funding will allow us

to increase our staffing

and retain experienced

lawyers.”

He said the majority of

issues clients have faced

recently involved employment,

changing work conditions,

family law matters,

immigration, finances and

tenancy issues.

The extra funding comes

at a time when Community

Law Centres around

the country have been

experiencing a significant

decline in donations because

of Covid-19.

The Canterbury facility

will receive their share of

about $120,000 a year for

the next few years.

The extra funding was

important to retain and

increase staff levels to allow

for higher volumes of

casework work to be completed,

and for part-time

staff to move into full-time

roles.

This was especially the

case in Canterbury.

“Our staff have great

experience and have been

working hard to support

high-need clients,” he said.

“Christchurch clients

have high needs, especially

in the aftermath of the

earthquakes, mosque attack

and now Covid-19.”

CLC provide legal help

and advice to those who

are unable to pay for a private

lawyer or have limited

access to legal aid, which

can cost much as $300 to

$400 an hour.

Said Sue Moroney, Community

Law Centres o

Aoteaora chief executive:

“Increased funding will

help community law centres

to help the increasing

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STINK:

Odour

reports

from

Living

Earth’s

compost

facility

increased

in July.

occurring here should be

allowable in any community

in New Zealand.”

A screening machine,

which processes materials

twice to ensure it is

fully broken down, will

be installed next month

at Living Earth to further

mitigate the worsening

stench.

Said ECan councillor

Nicole Marshall: “This

three-month compliance

period gives CCC time to

be good neighbours, while

enabling ECan to collect

further data from the site

so we can fulfil our duties

as a regulator.

“It’s important we resolve

the issue for Bromley

without simply moving it

somewhere else.”

The trial finishes by

the end of August, and if

proven unsuccessful, the

city council will consider

longer-term options with

an outcome by the end of

November this year.

BOOST:

Community

Law

Canterbury

will receive

$120,000

annually

for the next

three years.

number of people affected

by the impact of the pandemic

response. It will help

us to support people to

protect the most important

building blocks in their

lives – their families, their

jobs, their homes.

“We expect further

waves of demand to hit for

our services for months

and years to come, with

demand also growing for

legal support on debt and

finance issues.”

Each year, CLCs complete

about 50,000 cases

and provide law-related

education to about 25,000

people.

The Ministry of

Justice forecasts showed

demanded was expected

to spike in the next few

years, and the funding will

support the delivery of

about 15,000 extra cases.


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Helping Canterbury kids

reach their full potential

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A myriad of groups

help keep our

community moving.

Reporter Bea

Gooding speaks

to the Graeme

Dingle Foundation

Canterbury manager

Chris Davis about

how its programmes

help children build

resilience and

important life skills

Could you tell me a bit

about the Graeme Dingle

Foundation?

Graeme Dingle Foundation

Canterbury has been

supporting young people

in our community through

the delivery of positive child

and youth development

programmes since 2002. We

work with communities,

predominantly in areas

with high levels of social

deprivation, to provide lifechanging

opportunities for

young people. To date, we have

delivered our programmes to

33,042 young people across

Canterbury.

Our vision is to empower

our young people by providing

them with the tools to

overcome any obstacles that

may come their way. Our

programmes are currently

benefitting over 3700 young

people every week in 22

schools across Canterbury

of which 2592 students are

in Christchurch specifically.

These programmes build

lifelong skills, positive

relationships and qualities

such as integrity, respect and

resilience that will last the

students a lifetime.

What kind of programmes

are available?

Graeme Dingle Foundation

Canterbury runs three

programmes, Kiwi Can, Stars

and Project K. Kiwi Can is the

primary school programme.

The students attend a Kiwi

Can session each week and

learn core values and life skills

through games and activities.

Stars is a year 9 peer mentoring

programme. Year 12 and year

13 students are trained to

run mentoring classes once a

week for year 9s. The students

learn about bullying, social

media, positive relationships,

teamwork and respecting each

other. Project K is a 21-day

wilderness expedition for year

10 students. The students

are taken 200km away from

school into the Southern Alps

and then hike, camp and

cycle their way back to school.

Project K is a journey of selfdiscovery.

EMPOWERING YOUNG: Chris Davis of the Graeme Dingle Foundation is providing

children with tools to overcome obstacles.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

I understand the

programme has experienced

an increased demand

recently. Why has this been

the case?

The last few years have

been very difficult for young

people in Christchurch, more

so than in other parts of

Aotearoa. The psychosocial

impacts of the earthquakes

are still lingering, with

parts of East Christchurch

remaining uninhabitable due

to the earthquake-ravaged

“red zone.” More recently,

these same young people have

had to deal with the horror

forced upon them by an act

of terrorism, right on their

doorstep. Now they are faced

with Covid-19, with the “new

normal” that this brings

and with likely job losses

impacting their home lives –

the mental health and

well-being of these families

may be negatively impacted,

adversely affecting many

young people across these

communities.

Census 2018 statistics across

the communities we work in

a paint a sobering picture,

with nearly a quarter of all

school leavers not gaining

qualifications and a NEET

rate (Not in Employment,

Education and/or Training) of

above 15 per cent.

What kind of issues have

been impacting school

children recently? And

how has the programme

helped them overcome these

barriers?

School principals ask

for the Graeme Dingle

Foundation programmes

to come into their schools

because we provide positive

youth development that

complements and extends the

positive behaviour for learning

work that schools are already

doing for their students.

“Many of [our] students

lack the privilege of being

immersed in and surrounded

by positive role models in their

life. The Kiwi Can programme

has provided the opportunity

for our kids to learn, practice

and demonstrate the

implementation of values into

their everyday actions and

behaviours. I can confidentially

say that the programme will

undoubtedly have long term

benefits for our students and

their ability to positively

contribute to our community.”

– Janeane Reid, principal of

Te Waka Unua School.

What are the common

barriers that hold children

back from reaching their full

potential in life?

It is always so important

to remember that not all

childhoods are created equal.

Some kids have a tough

start and it can hold them

back. Big factors are poverty,

family instability with lots of

moving house and changing

schools, lack of good housing

and hunger. Our goal as an

organisation is to help those

kids to know that, no matter

what their start is in life, what

they have inside is strong

enough to overcome any

obstacle.

Why is an organisation

like this important for

Canterbury kids?

I think a school principal

can answer this better than I

can:

“Kiwi Can has a positive

impact on the students at

Bamford School. Through

the programme, senior

students have become

more confident and have

developed the ability to take

risks in front of their peers

without being embarrassed.

Furthermore, they have

learnt valuable lessons about

resilience, honesty, integrity

and leadership through fun

and engaging activities,” –

Shona Hewlett, principal of

Ngutuawa School.

What advice would you

give parents and educators

to instil positivity, resilience

and confidence in school

kids, and why?

The teachers and principals

we meet and work with

are fantastic and are all

working really hard on

behalf of Canterbury’s youth.

Graeme Dingle Foundation

Canterbury’s role is to provide

a set time each week where

the students can really focus

on learning about respect,

positive relationships,

resilience and integrity. These

positive values are of course

also being learned about

during regular class time and

at home.

Our foundation’s role is

to focus strongly on these

topics in a whole-class format

every week. The students get

a chance to play games that

model positive behaviours

and to carefully consider

and discuss their values and

actions.

Our classes are a chance to

talk about values regularly

with young people and our

school leaders model good

values and behaviours. Kids

become what they see and

hear.

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Students part of planting project

HIGH SCHOOL students across

the city have planted thousands

of native trees in part of New

Brighton’s red zone this year and

plan to add another 10,000 over

the next four years.

An additional planting day has

been planned for the end of the

month, where the students will

add a further 1100 native trees

and plants at Chimera Cres.

The students, who will be

joined with members from

the local community, are from

Shirley Boys’ High, Avonside

Girls’ High, Christchurch Girls’

High, Linwood College, Rawhiti

School, Heaton Intermediate,

Christ’s College, St Margaret’s

College, Rangi Ruru Girls’

School, St Andrew’s College and

Cathedral Grammar.

Head of physics at Christ’s

College David Newton is responsible

for leading the ambitious

project which began last year.

“Over the next four years we’re

going to complete the current

area we’re working on, plant the

QE II Adventure Nature Trail

and start another large block

which is currently under negotiation

with the Christchurch

City Council,” he said.

The planting was an opportunity

for the students to practically

realise the “positive impact”

they can have on the community,

and the planet, by contributing

their part.

“Our work will grow a forest

that will be a lasting memorial

for their efforts,” he said.

“It demonstrates the power

ordinary people have to

change our city, country and

the planet by helping mitigate

climate change and increasing

biodiversity.”

Twenty different species of

native trees and grasses will be

planted, including pittosporum,

ake ake, totara, flax, carex secta,

and lophomyrtus.

Said Newton: “We’ve selected

these plants to provide both

habitat and food for native birds

and lizards. We want to see more

native birds in Christchurch,

and this is a huge opportunity to

plant a forest that runs as a green

spine through the city.

“The best thing you can do

to encourage native birdlife

back to the city is to plant

trees that become a year-round

supply of bird food.”

DIGGING DEEP:

Led by Christ’s

College head of

physics teacher

David Newton,

students

from high

schools across

Christchurch

helped plant

thousands of

native trees in

New Brighton’s

red zone.

Newton welcomes help from

the community if they have an

hour or two to spare.

He urges people to bring their

own spades, but that tools were

available for use if needed.

The replanting work is being

undertaken in conjunction with

city council parks and Land

Information New Zealand.

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.

THE LITTLE Cormorant/

Kawau paka is one of several

cormorant species found

around the estuary and lower

reaches of our rivers.

Who doesn’t enjoy watching

these birds sitting along the

estuary, or perched in trees

along river banks with their

wings spread out? But why do

they do this?

Cormorants dive under

water to catch their prey but

BIRDS OF THE ESTUARY

Little cormorant is a masterful fish hunter

unlike non-diving birds their

feathers are not as waterproof

which allows them to dive in

the first place.

It does mean, however, that

they need to ‘spread their

wings and tail feathers” to dry

out after each meal, or they

would lose their body temperature.

It’s amazing how nature

provides for all the different

needs of different birds.

The little cormorants have

been observed eating up to 30

small eels and fish each day. It

must be a tough life having to

fish, then dry out that many

times a day.

How can we help the

cormorant numbers to thrive?

Keep dogs on the lead when

walking along riverbanks and

the estuary edge.

Dogs are a huge threat to

birds needing to nest, rest and

feed in peace.

Little Cormorant

(Kawau paka ​)


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FOCUS ON HEALTH

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OPTIMISTIC: Jolt Dance founder Lyn Cotton and dancer Carl Te Tone Huia

were meant to perform their original works in London this year, but it was

postponed due to Covid-19.

Challenging disability

through creative arts

• By Bea Gooding

CANTABRIANS will soon

be treated to a performance

which challenges

perspectives about dance

and disability in the

creative arts industry.

Representatives from Jolt

Dance company were due

to showcase their work at

performance art theatre

Lyric Hammersmith in

London during May but

it was cancelled due to

Covid-19.

Jolt founder Lyn Cotton

is feeling optimistic in spite

of the growing uncertainty

in the coming months.

“We’re looking at it

positively and view it as

a postponement, we still

want to show London what

New Zealand is capable

of,” she said.

“We’re not angry about

it, this is a time of patience

and reflection and it’s

given us an opportunity to

look at the work again in

more depth.”

Including Cotton, Jolt

dancers and tutors Carl

Huia, Aleasha Seaward,

Rochelle Waters and Renee

Ryan were meant to spend

a week in London to take

part in Amici Dance

Theatre Company’s 40thanniversary

celebrations

and raised $10,000 to do so.

Amici is also an inclusive

dance company and

invited the team to present

two original works, discuss

their achievements and

host teaching sessions.

They Call Me Sam is a

short film that chronicled

life with down syndrome

and challenges attitudes

about having a disability.

Takiwatanga is a performance

which is shaped

by Huia’s Māori culture

INCLUSIVITY: Georgia Scarsbrook, Hunter

McLintock, Brooke Joyce and Shanna Charles

are on a mission to break barriers within the

creative arts industry through dance.

PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN

and his lived experience of

autism.

The word “takiwatanga”

is used to describe autism

and means “in his or her

own time and space.”

Cotton met Amici

founder Wolfgang Strange

in 1995, and after spending

a few years under his wing,

she was inspired to open

her own dance studio with

a similar concept of breaking

barriers within the

disability community.

“Wolfgang was my

teacher for three years, and

when I came back to NZ I

set up my own Jolt classes

and it grew from there,”

she said.

“We take what the dancers

give us which shapes

our work - it’s not just

about participation, it’s

about excellence and for

people with disabilities to

have their voices heard.”

Not only do they offer

dance classes, teaching and

choreography training was

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also available which leads

to industry level pathways

through performance and

leadership.

Jolt’s “Move” programme

is the country’s only teacher

training programme for

people with disabilities,

taking their work into

mainstream schools to

teach non-disabled children.

Said Cotton: “All peer

pressure starts to drop

away when they come together

and dance. It’s okay

to be different.

“The bar was set low

for what people with disabilities

can achieve, and

now they’re playing catch

up because they’ve been

denied that opportunity

for so long.”

Jolt Dance celebrates

their 20th anniversary next

year and has since grown

to more than 150 dancers.

They will plan to showcase

their original works in

Christchurch in October.


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Thursday August 20 2020 9

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In Canterbury especially, post-quake, many

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Coffee Table

1200x400x600.

Tundra entertainment Units

1600x420x450

$599

2dr / 2 shelf

1200 x 400 x 480h

$349

entertainment Units

Glass Door

1530 x 520 x 660h

$499

Pine

Bookcase

Butcher’s Block

Work bench with wheels &

cupboard + drawer.

ONLY

$149

ONLY

$399

1300x420x450

$499

2dr / 4 shelf

1600 x 400 x 480h

$399

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

Buffet

ONLY

$449

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$299

ONLY

$89

1200 x 550 x 430H

ONLY

$149

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