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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2020

Connecting Your Local Community

starnews.co.nz

Hon Poto WILLIAMS

MP for Christchurch East

For information and advice:

P 03 382 0288

E poto.williams.mp@parliament.govt.nz

Celebrating the

life of red

zone advocate

Pink Ribbon walk

in memory

of mother

Electorate office:

Level 1, Eastgate

Shopping Centre.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday

9:30 - 3:00pm

Page 3 Pages 4 & 5

Authorised by Poto Williams,

Parliament Buildings, Wellington

Connecting with kids

through positive music

• By Bea Gooding

MICHAL BUSH has always had

a passion for connecting with

children through the world of

music.

The North New Brighton

mother of three has now become

a hit on YouTube, with her song

Kindness is Free, stacking up

more than 40,000 views.

The positive song, which came

out in 2019, helped her and other

parents talk to their children about

the March 15 mosque attacks and

the importance of kindness.

To help families take a break

from the “overwhelming”

anxieties of the world during

Covid-19, Bush created Can You

Make Music? – a new, 15-track

children’s music album with an

overarching theme of well-being.

Bush said the album was

recorded during the lockdown

and took three to four months

to complete, with the help of a

funding grant from Creative

New Zealand.

“Music is an incredible tool for

heavy issues. I think the world

is so overwhelming, and as a

parent and teacher, it’s a heavy

responsibility to take the anxiety

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see that life is beautiful.”

Bush has always loved music

and has been songwriting since

she was a child. She started

focusing on children’s music for

the last eight years following the

birth of her daughter.

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Kawhe & Kōrero

Thursday, 10-11am

New Brighton Library

Build your confidence in te reo

Māori skills with other fellow learners.

Free, no booking required.

Lions Club Fundraiser

Saturday, 9am-noon

104 New Brighton Mall, New Brighton

The Lions Club of New Brighton

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at New Brighton Mall, with 100 per

cent of proceeds going towards Lions

projects in the eastern suburbs. In

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order with Don at 027 223 8101 or

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preserves, and recycled clothing,

books and tools. Every fine Sunday,

with all proceeds supporting the local

community. For site enquiries, phone

Vance at 022 382 0086.

Creative Writing on Sundays

Sunday, 1-3pm

Linwood Library

Writing group leader Jennifer will

work with group members to craft,

create and develop their own stories.

Take some pens or pencils, paper, or a

laptop. This class is free.

Get on Ya Bike New Brighton, Sunday, 10am-2pm, New Brighton

Pedestrian Mall and Foreshore. Go along and take your bikes and scooters for

a day full of cycle-themed activities, such as live music, bicycle races, fix-up

workshops, circus performances, giant Jenga and Connect Four, scenic tours

and more. Free event. ​

Marshland Table Tennis Club

Monday, 7.30-9.30pm

Marshland Memorial Hall

Become a member or a casual player

with a friendly group every Monday

night. All abilities welcome. Phone

Lynley at 021 205 1106 for more information.

JP Clinic

Tuesday, 10am-1pm, at Linwood,

10am-1pm, at Shirley

Linwood and Shirley libraries

A justice of the peace will be available

to witness signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits or affirmations,

as well as sign citizenship

or rates rebates applications.

Reading to Dogs

Tuesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Shirley Library

A relaxed, non-threatening event

designed to encourage children to

practice reading skills and develop

a love for reading. Registration required.

Phone 941 7923 to register.

SeniorNet

Thursday, Tuesday, Wednesday,

10am-noon

202 Marine Pde, New Brighton

Go along and learn how to use

modern technology and the internet,

such as smartphones, tablets, laptops,

cameras and more. Bookings required.

Phone 382 6048 to register.

South Brighton Voices Choir

Wednesday, 7.30-9.30pm

New Brighton Methodist Church

If you love singing, go along and

join the friendly choir each Wednesday.

New members, especially tenors

and basses, are welcome. Reading music

is helpful, but not essential. Phone

388 3727 for more information.

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let alone owning a home, the deterioration of public services, and a lack of

investment in infrastructure to keep pace with unfettered population growth.

•I was also appalled by National’s obsession with a low wage workforce

instead of training young people - putting profit before people and the

environment, their lack of compassion towards the elderly and other vulnerable

groups, and their relentless sales of land, state houses, and primary businesses

to foreign interests.

My Priorities:

•A more egalitarian, inclusive and just society in which everyone can provide

for their families with well-paying jobs and affordable housing without being

burdened with a lifetime of debt.

•Environmental, economic and sovereign rights vigorously protected.

•New Zealand as a responsible Pacific leader and protector.

•Accessible and high quality health care.

•Future generations able receive education and training well matched to their potential.

•More government investment in infrastructure needs, research and

development, and job rich sustainable industries.

•Implementing the Provincial Growth Fund to boost regional economies.

•Strong border security with all returnees paying their fair share.

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News

Red zone advocate remembered

AN ANNUAL walk to

reconnect the community with

the Avon River was held in the

dedication one of the red zone’s

most dedicated advocates.

Evan Smith, who died in

August, was remembered during

the annual Great Otakaro Avon

River Walk for his efforts to turn

the red zone around the banks

of the Avon River into a park.

The walk stopped at a former

cul-de-sac off River Rd in Richmond,

where Smith and his family

lived for many years until it

was red-zoned after the 2010 and

2011 earthquakes, to hear from

members of the Avon Otakaro

Network (AvON), which he cofounded.

‘‘I think of this as the Evan

zone and he’s left his mark

everywhere really,’’ AvON

secretary-treasurer Sarah Butterfield

said.

‘‘As you come around the bend

there’s some amazing plantings

and some beautiful artworks

from children and you look at

the signage and it’s a fantastic

example of how Evan collaborated

with lots of people.

‘‘That was really where he was

at his best. He may not have

loved doing public speaking, but

he did a lot of talking at forums,

making sure people had a voice

and making sure the people in

JOURNEY:

Walkers stop

at the start

of Te Ara

Otakaro Avon

Trail, which

former red

zone resident

Evan Smith

(above) was

instrumental

in setting up.

charge stopped and listened.’’

Walk leader Mark Gibson,

who co-founded AvON with

Smith, recalled the latter’s efforts

to save red zone trees.

‘‘Early on Evan realised they

were bringing the bulldozers

in and just completely clearing

sections, fruit trees and beautiful,

established exotic and native

trees, and thanks to his tenacity

and giving the council and

Christchurch Earthquake Recovery

Authority a very strong

message those trees were saved.’’

Gibson recalled Smith participated

in several of the river

walks, including one time meeting

the walkers at his former

property.

‘‘We arrived and we couldn’t

find him anywhere. And then

we realised he had climbed up a

tree and he spoke to us from up

in the tree.’’

AvON chairman Dallas Matoe

said the group is fundraising

to build a memorial on Smith’s

former property.

The Great Otakaro Avon River

Walk was first held in 2012 to

help people to reconnect with

the Avon River after the earthquakes

and there are plans to

complete the 10th annual walk

as part of the next Christchurch

Walking Festival, which is due

to be held in April.

The walk covered a distance

of around 15km from New

Brighton to Hagley Park,

including the 11km Te Ara

Otakaro Avon Trail through

the red zone, which Smith was

instrumental establishing.

Songs used

as resource

by teachers

• From page 1

“I’m so drawn to children’s

music because I love the wonder

and awe of it, it’s the best job ever.

Children are such a wonderful

audience, they come with so

much joy.”

Her songs have been used as a

resource by teachers and parents

across the country.

Her children were a “big” part

of the process having heard the

album through its different stages

of completion and also sang in a

few songs.

Said Bush: “Thanks to the grant

from Creative NZ, I was able to

hire my friends who are amazing

producers to help produce the

album, which we made from our

own homes. It was a very cool

process.

“The album brings joy and

connection between parent

and child, which celebrates

the childlike point of view of

the world, sparks creativity in

children and helps parents feel

like kids again.”

•The Can You Make Music?

album was released last

month and can be found

at https://musicwithmichal.

com/can-you-make-music/

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age or fitness level.

BEVAN SANDISON is doing the

Pink Ribbon Walk next month in

memory of his mother Raewynne who

lost her battle with breast cancer in

April 2018.

“I’m doing this walk, along with

my kids, Katie, 12, and Emma, 9, to

remember my mum/their nana,” he

said.

“She was an amazingly strong

woman, who inspirationally fought

the good fight for us, for a few years

after being diagnosed, giving us some

extra time to grow new memories

with her.”

Sandison said his mother was

diagnosed after finding a lump in

2013. As it was caught early she was

able to get radiation treatment. The

treatment was considered a success

and the prognosis was great. She was

able to continue working as a secondary

school teacher through until she

retired a year or so later.

“However, very shortly afterwards,

and with big plans ahead for her retirement

with dad, her world and ours,

got turned upside down when one

Sunday morning, whilst lifting a bag

of groceries out of the car boot, a bone

in her upper arm suddenly broke clean

through,” said Sandison.

“X-rays and scans then confirmed

the worst, that her treatment hadn’t

been as successful as had thought, but

rather, had metastasised into stage 4

cancer, having spread to her bones.

“Being given the new prognosis

that stage 4 has no cure, was literally

devastating news, and I will always

vividly remember sitting there with

mum at the hospital receiving the

MEMORY:

Bevan

Sandison with

his mother

Raewynne who

died of cancer

in 2018.

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mother

“The following couple of years were

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•In the Canterbury District Health

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are diagnosed with breast cancer

each year, and every year around

77 will die.

•Pink Ribbon Walks

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member.

About Breast Cancer in New

Zealand

More than 3300 women a year

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90-95 per cent of women who are

diagnosed with breast cancer have

no family history of the disease.

•Around 350 NZ women

under the age of 45 (when free

mammograms start) will be

diagnosed with breast cancer this

year – that’s one woman a day

•More than 650 women will die of

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size of a large primary school

•The earlier breast cancer is found,

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the cancer is detected by regular

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Breast Cancer Foundation NZ

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Monday 12 October

Aranui

Meet

Poto

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5.00pm cnr Portsmouth & Basingstoke Sts

5.20pm cnr Hampshire & Aldershot Sts

5.40pm cnr Eureka St & Rowan Ave

6.00pm cnr Yarmouth St & Sandown Cr,

near Soberton St

6.20pm cnr Porchester & Corhampton Sts

6.40pm cnr Brightstone & Farnborough Sts

Tuesday 13 October

Aranui

5.00pm Pages Road, near No 400

5.20pm cnr Rowses Rd & Leonie Place

5.40pm cnr Guernsey St & Carteret Pl

6.00pm cnr St Heliers Cr & Cornet Lane

6.20pm cnr Shortland St & Ariel Place

Thursday 15 October

For Labour policies, voter information,

or to volunteer, please call at

Campaign Shirley Office:

140C 5.00pm Brighton cnr Clearbrook Mall or phone & Maurice 022 584 Stanton 6103Pl

5.20pm cnr Sanctuary Gdns & Montego Pl

Poto Williams

5.40pm cnr Briggs Rd & Emmett St

6.00pm for Christchurch cnr Hills Rd & Abbey East Place

6.20pm cnr Emmett & Let’s Orcades keep Sts

6.40pm cnr Acheson moving Ave & Jebson Sts

Authorised by Timothy Grigg, 160 Willis Street, Wellington.

Friday 16 October

Linwood

5.00pm Buckleys Rd, near Poto

McLean St

near your home

Aranui

5.20pm Pages Rd shops, near Breezes Rd

5.40pm Hampshire St shops

Wainoni

6.00pm Wainoni Rd, near Pak ‘n Save

New Brighton

6.20pm Seaview Rd shops

North New Brighton

6.40pm Travis-Bower shops

Meet

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Your party vote

decides who will

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T. 03 376 4608 E info@foamconcrete.nz

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For Labour policies, voter information,

or to volunteer, please call at

Campaign Office:

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Poto Williams

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Let’s keep

moving

Authorised by Timothy Grigg, 160 Willis Street, Wellington.


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Museum has a rich

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Butterfield writes

monthly about the

historical display at

the heritage museum

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These seaside trips would be

remembered all year. The first

trams were horse-drawn, and

quite open to the air.

On cold days there were curtains

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New Brighton easterly, these

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the horses who would take off

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driver praying that they would

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On one New Brighton trip,

the car began to roll about,

and a commotion broke out

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passengers. There was a hideous

screaming going on. With

the tram safely stopped, an

enormous pig was discovered

trapped under the car, squealing

loudly. It was all hands on

EXCURSIONS: Double-decker trailers full of passengers on the tram line to New

Brighton.

deck, as the passengers helped

to lift the tram off the pig,

which appeared to be unhurt

and ran off.

The horse-drawn trams

were eventually replaced by

the steam trams. Their speed

was faster than the horses, at a

racy 10mph. Passengers would

love to sit on the top deck, but

this presented problems with

the coke dust showering over

them, so good black umbrellas

were used.

Weekend excursions to New

Brighton would have six or

eight double-decker trailers

laden with picnic parties.

There would even be a band

playing on the top deck. Pipis

would be collected and the

drivers would cook them in

the galley of the steam engine.

The return fare was 6 pence.

The trams made their way

through bush and shrubs at

Aranui, and drivers on the

night trips could earn some

pocket money by shooting the

rabbits and selling these to the

people who were short of meat.

This was only done when there

were no passengers left on the

tram.

One great New Brighton

legend was Jimmy Hayes,

who drove the horse-drawn

trams in 1885, and continued

up until he was in his 90s in

the 1950s. When the trams

changed to electric he felt

redundant as a driver, so they

made him the conductor until

he finally retired. He lived in

Seaview Rd all his life.

•The New Brighton

Museum has plenty

of information on the

trams, and it is open

every day from 1pm to

3pm. It is on the corner

of Hardy and Beresford

Sts.


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Thursday October 8 2020 7

Find your nearest

voting place.

THE 2020 GENERAL

ELECTION AND

REFERENDUMS

VOTING PLACE INFORMATION CORRECT AS AT 17 SEPTEMBER 2020

BANKS PENINSULA,

TE TAI TONGA

AKAROA

Akaroa Area School Gymnasium, 141 Rue Jolie

(Selwyn Avenue entrance)

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Akaroa Fire Station, 49 Beach Road

Wed 7 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 10am - 4pm

Wed 14 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 10am - 4pm

Fri 16 Oct 10am - 3pm

BROMLEY

Union Church Hall, 378 Linwood Avenue

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

CASHMERE

Cashmere Primary School Hall,

135 Hackthorne Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Landsdowne Community Centre,

8 Landsdowne Terrace

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

South Christchurch Library,

66 Colombo Street

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 10am - 4pm

Mon 5 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 9am - 7pm

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 10am - 4pm

Mon 12 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 9am - 7pm

Fri 16 Oct 9am - 4pm

CASS BAY

TS Godley (former Navy League Drill Hall),

64 Governors Bay Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

CRACROFT

Christchurch Adventure Park,

225 Worsleys Road

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 9am - 4:30pm

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 9am - 4:30pm

DIAMOND HARBOUR

Diamond Harbour Community Hall,

2A Waipapa Avenue

Sat 10 Oct 10am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Diamond Harbour School Hall,

13 Hunters Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

DUVAUCHELLE

Duvauchelle Community Centre,

6039 Christchurch Akaroa Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

GOVERNORS BAY

Governors Bay Community Centre,

1 Cresswell Avenue

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

HALSWELL

Halswell School Hall, Corner Kennedys Bush &

School Roads

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Oaklands School Hall, 37 Cunningham Place

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Saint Peter & Paul's Church Hall Halswell

(formerly Our Lady of the Apostles),

56 Nicholls Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sun 11 Oct 12:30pm - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

St Mary's Anglican Church Hall,

329 Halswell Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre, Piharau Room,

341 Halswell Road

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 10am - 4pm

Mon 5 Oct - Sat 10 Oct 9am - 7pm

Sun 11 Oct - Mon 12 Oct 10am - 4pm

Tue 13 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 9am - 7pm

Fri 16 Oct 9am - 4pm

HEATHCOTE VALLEY

Heathcote Valley School Hall,

61 Bridle Path Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

HOON HAY

Cashmere Early Learning Centre,

192 Cashmere Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

HUNTSBURY

Huntsbury Community Centre,

30H Huntsbury Avenue

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

LE BONS BAY

Le Bons Bay Community Hall,

Le Bons Bay Domain

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 12pm

LINWOOD

Linwood Avenue School Hall,

260 Linwood Avenue

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

LITTLE AKALOA

Little Akaloa Community Hall,

577-589 Little Akaloa Road

Sun 11 Oct 9am - 12pm

LITTLE RIVER

Little River School, 46 Western Valley Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

LOWER CASHMERE

Thorrington School Hall, 22A Colombo Street

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

LYTTELTON

Lyttelton Fire Station, 59 London Street

Sat 3 Oct 10am - 4pm

Tue 6 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 10am - 6pm

Sat 10 Oct 10am - 4pm

Tue 13 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 10am - 6pm

Lyttelton Primary School Office,

34 Oxford Street

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Port Hills Uniting Parish, 40 Winchester Street

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

MOUNT PLEASANT

Mount Pleasant Yacht Club, 2 Main Road (Scott

Park)

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Mt Pleasant Community Centre,

3 McCormacks Bay Road

Sat 3 Oct - Fri 16 Oct 9am - 4pm

Mt Pleasant School Hall,

82 Major Hornbrook Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

OKAINS BAY

Okains Bay School, 1163 Okains Bay Road

Sat 10 Oct 2pm - 5pm

OPAWA

Opawa Community Church, 1-5 Aynsley Terrace

(corner of Opawa Road & Aynsley Terrace)

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

PIGEON BAY

Pigeon Bay Hall, 40 Wharf Road

Sun 11 Oct 9am - 12pm

PORT LEVY

Old Port Levy School, Western Valley Road

Sun 11 Oct 2pm - 5pm

RĀPAKI

Rāpaki Marae, 37 Rapaki Drive

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

REDCLIFFS

Redcliffs School Hall, 113 Beachville Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

St Andrew's Anglican Church, 148 Main Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

SOMERFIELD

Cashmere High School, Room M10,

172 Rose Street

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Pioneer Recreation & Sport Centre Lounge,

1st Floor, 75 Lyttelton Street

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 9am - 5pm

Mon 5 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 9am - 2pm

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 9am - 5pm

Mon 12 Oct - Fri 16 Oct 9am - 2pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Independent access to

and within this building.

Accessible

with assistance.

You can vote from Saturday 3 October to 7pm, Saturday 17 October.

For the latest information visit vote.nz or call 0800 36 76 56.


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Find your nearest voting place.

THE 2020 GENERAL ELECTION AND REFERENDUMS

Somerfield School Hall, 42 Studholme Street

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

ST MARTINS

Hillview Christian Junior School, 150 Wilsons

Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

St Martins School Hall, 24 Albert Terrace

(opposite Roscoe Street)

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

SUMNER

Sumner Centre (Matuku Takotako), Corner

Nayland Street & Wakefield Avenue

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 10am - 3:30pm

Mon 5 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 10am - 5:30pm

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 10am - 3:30pm

Mon 12 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 10am - 5:30pm

Fri 16 Oct 10am - 3:30pm

Sumner School, 21 Colenso Street (Dryden

Street West entrance)

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

CHRISTCHURCH EAST,

TE TAI TONGA

ARANUI

Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot Street

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 10am - 4pm

Mon 5 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 10am - 4pm

Mon 12 Oct - Fri 16 Oct 9am - 5pm

Aranui Wainoni Community Hall,

37 Hampshire Street

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Haeata Community Campus,

240 Breezes Road

Mon 12 Oct - Fri 16 Oct 10am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Nga Hau e Wha Marae, He Tangata,

250 Pages Road

Sat 3 Oct - Fri 16 Oct 10am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

AVONDALE

Kidsfirst Kindergarten Woolley Street,

63 Woolley Street

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

LINWOOD

Eastgate Mall, Upper Level, 20 Buckleys Road

Sat 3 Oct 9am - 6pm

Sun 4 Oct 10am - 5pm

Mon 5 Oct - Sat 10 Oct 9am - 6pm

Sun 11 Oct 10am - 5pm

Mon 12 Oct - Fri 16 Oct 9am - 6pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Linwood Islamic Centre, 223 Linwood Avenue

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

St Chad's Anglican Church Hall, 1 Carnarvon

Street (corner Buckleys Road)

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

LINWOOD NORTH

Whitau School (formerly Linwood North

School), 221 Woodham Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

MARSHLAND

Fundamentals Preschool Marshland,

435 Marshland Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

PARKLANDS

Parklands Library, Next to Parklands Mall,

46 Queenspark Drive

Sat 3 Oct 10am - 3pm

Mon 5 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sat 10 Oct 10am - 3pm

Mon 12 Oct - Fri 16 Oct 9am - 5pm

Parklands Recreation Centre, 75 Queenspark

Drive, Christchurch

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

QUEENSPARK

Queenspark School Hall, 222 Queenspark Drive

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

RICHMOND

Avebury House, 9 Evelyn Couzins Avenue

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Corner Stanmore & North Avon Road (previous

Chemist), 72 North Avon Road

Sat 3 Oct - Thu 8 Oct 9am - 5pm

Fri 9 Oct 9am - 7pm

Sat 10 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 9am - 5pm

Fri 16 Oct 9am - 7pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

WAINUI

Wainui Community Centre,

1 Wainui Valley Road

Sun 11 Oct 2pm - 5pm

WOOLSTON

Bamford School, 10 Gould Crescent

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

St John's Church Hall, 2 St Johns Street

(corner of Ferry Road)

Sat 3 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 10am - 6pm

Fri 16 Oct 10am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Te Waka Unua School Hall, 476 Ferry Road

(corner Ferry Road & Hopkins Street)

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

The Tannery, Metropolitan Lounge,

3 Garlands Road

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 10am - 5pm

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 10am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Woolston Club Sports Hall (Garden Gate

entrance), 43 Hargood Street

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

BROMLEY

Bromley Community Centre, Corner Maces

Road & Bromley Road

Mon 12 Oct - Fri 16 Oct 9am - 3pm

Bromley School Hall, 33 Keighleys Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

BURWOOD

Burwood Christian Centre,

54 Bassett Street

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Waitakiri School Hall, 170 Burwood Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

DALLINGTON

Banks Avenue School Library,

71 Banks Avenue

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

KAINGA

Kainga Public Hall, 159 Kainga Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Marshland School Hall, 11 Te Korari Street

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Prestons Road - Shop 2, 420 Marshland Road

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 10am - 6pm

Mon 5 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 10am - 7pm

Fri 16 Oct 10am - 6pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

NEW BRIGHTON

New Brighton Library - Pier, 213 Marine Parade

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 10am - 3:30pm

Mon 5 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 10am - 3:30pm

Mon 12 Oct - Fri 16 Oct 9am - 5pm

Nova Montessori School, 53 Owles Terrace

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

NORTH NEW BRIGHTON

North New Brighton Community Centre,

88 Marine Parade

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Rāwhiti School Hall, 150 Leaver Terrace

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

OURUHIA

Ouruhia School Library, 21 Turners Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

SHIRLEY

Kidsfirst Kindergartens, MacFarlane Park,

19 Acheson Avenue

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Shirley Intermediate School Hall, 60 Shirley Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Shirley Primary School, 11 Shirley Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

The Palms Mall - Shop (beside Food Court),

Corner Marshland & New Brighton Roads

Sat 3 Oct 9am - 6pm

Sun 4 Oct 10am - 6pm

Mon 5 Oct - Wed 7 Oct 9am - 6pm

Thu 8 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 9am - 9pm

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 6pm

Sun 11 Oct 10am - 6pm

Mon 12 Oct - Wed 14 Oct 9am - 6pm

Thu 15 Oct 9am - 9pm

Fri 16 Oct 9am - 6pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

SOUTH NEW BRIGHTON

South New Brighton School, 160 Estuary Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

WAINONI

Ottawa Gardens Preschool, 49 Ottawa Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

You can vote from Saturday 3 October to 7pm, Saturday 17 October.

For the latest information visit vote.nz or call 0800 36 76 56.


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Budding footballers showcased their abilities when Mainland Football

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This potpourri of creative colour has one portion of it

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Driving tour for a CEO Spirit of

so they took a small detour to point out some trenching work

which had alleviated the problem.

Their tour continued to the new covered courts in Rawhiti

Domain where they pointed out the location of the new Butterfly

Park. They continued travelling down New Brighton Road to

point out a few problems before a brief stop at a lovely Billboard.

On their way back into town they called into the National Marae

on Pages Road and pointed out some of the programs Norm

Dewes and his team were doing.

On their final leg of the tour, they called into see some council

owned housing in Sandilands which have stood vacant for the

last eight years. Coucillor Mauger is a trustee for the Otautahi

Housing Trust and is passionate about these getting these units

fixed so they can be used to help the Social Housing Problems.

Lastly, they stopped at Victoria Square and ended with an “Ice

Cream Charlie” after sharing with their side of Town.

a logo

Councillors James Daniels and Phil Mauger escorted Council

CEO Dawn Baxendale on a tour of their wards September 23rd.

They drove in a 1923 Fiat 501 which was owned by Councillor

Mauger’s father 62 years ago. They chuckled as they thought they

must have looked like the Beverley Hillbillies driving down the

road.

The excursion started at Preston’s and then out to Spencer

Park including the Adrenalin Forest and the surf club then onto

Brooklands via Earlham Street where they wanted to show the

bad shape of the road. Later they visited the Champion Centre

at Burwood Hospital and met with very passionate staff working

there.

They continued through Parklands via the hot pools to

Brighton where they had morning tea at Level One. Afterward

they travelled to South Shore stopping at the Pleasant Point

Yacht Club so we could show Dawn first-hand the erosion to

the Estuary edge. There had been some flooding on Pages Road,

The New Brighton Residents Association

would like to announce their new NBRA

logo design. They feel it sums up the iconic

spirit of New Brighton and represents its

indigenous heritage and seaside spirit.

The NBRA would like to thank Daniel

from Greygull Brands by Daniel Hillier for

all his work on this logo and for providing

some epic t-shirt designs which will be

available to pre-order shortly.

NBRA would like to acknowledge all

the wonderful contributions to their logo

competition. They found it incredibly hard

to choose one design and were blown away

by the community talent. The selection of

the winning design was voted for by the

NBRA Committee.

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Tina Lawson

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

the eastern suburbs start to

Northern Corridor opening has

see Lianne Dalziel’s campaign

been delayed by six months.

THE earthquake-damaged

aspirations for the area come to

The CNC was due to open in

former Sockburn Service Centre

fruition.

the middle of this year, but last

could finally be demolished in

During October’s local body

week the New

July – if the funding needed is

elections, Ms Dalziel identified

Zealand Transport

Agency

It comes as the

obtained.

repairs to the eastern part of the

city’s footpaths, pipes and roads

announced more

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

as one of her main priorities for

time was needed

this term.

to complete the

Community

“We need a fully integrated

$290m motorwayten

in its draft

Board has writ-

programme of works for the

east, I have loosely called this

The original

submission to

Chance to the eastern alliance, which

scope of the

the city council’s

would essentially be an alliance Helpless to

Victorious

Delay in

Market day

project has been Mark Wilson

Annual Plan

Mike Mora

farewell Holden

of contractors who can take

extended include

stoked

making mall

goes green at 2019-2020,

stop property

captain the whole area bit by bit and

a third southbound lane on

requesting the city council addresses

the budget gap so the

rebranding

in style

systematically get the work

the Waimakariri River bridge and

flooding

with cup done,” she said during the

a clip-on win

exit safer

Cashmere HS

cycleway.

buildings can be removed as soon

campaign.

St Albans resident Mark Wilson

as possible.

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GIRL Page BOSS: Julia 17 Holmes But chief wants executive to be a Dawn geneticist after Page high school, 3 and feels the GirlBoss Advantage programme will Page help 10 said GIRL the BOSS: community Julia Holmes are “somewhat

her achieve thankful” her for dreams. the delay.

Page 3

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN Page 11 said the final submission is yet to

wants to be a geneticist after high school, and feels the GirlBoss Advantage programme will help Board chairman Mike Mora

her achieve her dreams. Baxendale said any request to

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

• By Bea Gooding

pursue a specific for biology, project in and the

“The community will be somewhat

thankful for a reprieve of the

from a young Julia is one of 25 young were often male-dominated, • By Bea Gooding

for biology, and from a young Julia is one of 25 young were often male-dominated, be completed but it was likely the

east would have age to has be always agreed been interested women chosen around the with particular focus on science,

technology, engineering

age has always been interested women chosen around the with particular focus on science,

technology, engineering requested.

demolition of the site would be

FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD upon Julia by council.

effects of this motorway for six

South New Brighton School pupil Jacob McMillan enjoying the foam pit at Christchurch School of

City councillors are yet to pass

Gymnastics, which opened its doors to pupils while the school was closed due to fire damage.

Holmes is on a mission on to

in how things worked, often country to participate in the

FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD Julia in how things worked, often country to participate in the

months, but it’s still there. Until

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•Story, more photos, page 5

PHOTO: GEOFF The SLOAN year 11 St Margaret’s this, she said.

community first, then there is no

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Organic compost from Living Earth is made by collecting and

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