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Work starts on multi-million

dollar Parklands sports hall

WORK ON the second stage of

a new multi-use sports hall in

Parklands is under way.

City councillor Phil Mauger

turned the first sod at the

Pūkeko Centre this week

- a community sports and

recreation hub currently under

development on Chadbury St.

The four-stage development

is being undertaken as a joint

venture between the Parklands

Bowling Club and Parklands

Junior Rugby Club.

Said Jane Mahoney, of

the Pūkeko Centre: “When

complete, the Pūkeko Centre

will not only provide clubrooms

for the founding clubs, but will

serve as a multi-use sports and

recreation facility for the whole

community, and a home base

for other grassroots clubs and

groups in the wider Parklands

area.”

Stage one - the clubrooms and

pavilion - was completed and

opened in December 2017 at a

cost of about $1.3 million.

Stage two involves the

construction of a full-sized,

multi-use sports hall, a

breezeway connecting the two

buildings and a major upgrade

of the car park area.

The second stage has an

estimated cost of $2 million,

of which $450,000 has already

been raised through grants from

the city council’s Capital Endowment

Fund ($200,000) and

from the New Zealand Lottery

NEW BEGINNINGS: City councillor Phil Mauger, along

with Braxton Winder and Leighton Parry, of the Parklands

Rugby Club, turn the first sod at the new Pūkeko Centre.

Grants Board ($250,000). There

was already a demand for the

sports hall, which will be used

by people of all ages and abilities

- including three local primary

schools, basketball, a fencing

club, karate groups, indoor

bowls and many more.

It will also become home to

Parafed Canterbury, which has

signed an agreement to hire

office space in the stage two

facility, and will run all of its

programmes from there.

The Pūkeko Centre Project

Committee is now actively

seeking more funding to

complete the project from

other funding providers,

philanthropic organisations and

local businesses.

“The aim of the Pūkeko

Centre is to welcome and

support a connected, healthy

and vibrant community by

enabling and facilitating a range

of activities for people of all ages

and all abilities,” said Mahoney.

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Take some pens or pencils, paper, or a

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Citizens Advice Bureau

Tuesday, 11am-2pm

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free and confidential advice. They

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with the information, options and

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Thursday, Tuesday, Wednesday,

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Gautam’s determination pays off

• By Bea Gooding

AFTER MIGRATING from a

small town in India to building

a life in Christchurch for the last

17 years, Sunita Gautam believes

it’s her time to give back.

A determination to serve

her community has paid off,

as she has now been elected to

represent the Central Ward in

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board.

Last week’s by-election results

saw the Edgeware resident

receiving 958 votes for the

seat, over candidates Celeste

Donovan, Clive Antony, Paul

Lonsdale, Wayne Hawker,

Faimeh Burke and John Stringer.

Gautam is looking forward to

the journey ahead and is taking

over the position after the death

of long-serving community

board member and former city

councillor Sally Buck.

“I’m excited, this is just the

beginning. I’m really proud of

the Central Ward,” she said.

“I really want to thank the

people of central Christchurch

for seeing beyond my skin

colour. I’m grateful for the opportunity

and I will not let them

down.”

Her vision for the ward includes

making it a place where

PRIDE: Sunita Gautam wants to improve the state of Linwood Village as the newlyelected

Central Ward representative of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community

Board.

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everyone felt safe, valued and

had a sense of belonging.

“We also need to sort out

parking for residents, unhosted

home-share accommodation and

footpaths and roads.”

A major focus was on encouraging

more civic participation in

her ward as she identified a lack

of engagement and education on

what a community board can do

for residents.

The recent by-election saw a

23.46 per cent voter turnout, and

33.43 per cent at the local elections

last year.

“Engagement – it’s what is

lacking and it’s a frustration.

I want to make sure the community

understands the process

as people have no idea what the

structure is,” she said.

“Like if people want to move

a tree on their street, you need

to go through the community

board. Most of the time the

process isn’t clear to the public.”

She also wanted to prioritise

taking steps to ensure Linwood

Village gets a revamp and becomes

a safer place to be in.

Gautam moved from Shaktinagar

(UP) – a small Indian town

700km north-west of Kolkata

– to Christchurch nearly two

decades ago after an arranged

marriage to join her husband,

Sunil Ranjan, in the city.

In that time she has worked as

a business mentor, a justice of the

peace, a marriage celebrant, and

a business and management lecturer

at Canterbury University.

She will also be finishing her

PhD later this year in immigrant

entrepreneurship at UC.

Gautam’s experience in the

migrant and wider community

and a passion for people was

what drew her to the Central

Ward role.

“The council is doing great, but

I wanted to be at the table where

decisions are made,” she said.

“I’m not a complainer, I’m a

person who looks for solutions

and I was getting frustrated that

things weren’t getting done.”

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Heritage areas to derelict properties

KIA ORA koutou.

September was a big month for

the Waikura/Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board.

Now we are back in level 1 we

are looking forward to easily

welcoming more of you to our

board meetings.

While we commemorated 10

years since our first September 4

earthquake, we also said goodbye

to our dear friend and colleague

Sally Buck.

Sally was a staunch advocate

for the communities she represented

and worked tirelessly

behind the scenes to make true

positive change in Ōtautahi. I

would like us to acknowledge

the inroads she made for our city

especially in the environmental

sector.

The board has now started the

process of looking at derelict

properties on the east side of

Christchurch.

We are seeing massive issues

with many properties that have

been left by owners for many

different reasons. These properties

lower community well-being

and are causing health and safety

concerns for so many.

We are hoping to create a

plan around locating all properties

that are in our ward area

then work with owners, city

council and direct communities

to come to a conclusion

From the board

Alexandra Davids, chair

Waikura/Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board

that finally will see antisocial

behaviours, litter, illegal dumping,

health, safety and fire risks

addressed.

We are also advocating for

Heritage Parks in the ward area

for the community to use to their

appropriate and full capacity.

We, unfortunately, are seeing

our Heritage Parks with so many

restrictions around them that

they are not able to cater to their

communities needs.

Avebury House gardens is an

example of how we could be utilising

a beautiful outdoor area for

NEEDS: The gardens at Avebury House could

be used for the greater good of the community.

The Ferry Rd and Woolston Village upgrades are

still under way, an artist’s impression shows how

the village will look when work has finished.

the greater good and well-being

of the wider community.

The Ferry Rd and Woolston

Village upgrades are still under

way. We want to thank you all

for your patience and support of

the businesses at this time.

We know it’s a frustrating time

for many but thank you all for

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Linwood charities benefit from uni fundraiser

MORE THAN 1000 packs of

sanitary products have been

donated to two charities in

Linwood who support victims of

violence and sexual harm.

Canterbury University

students are fighting the

country’s period poverty crisis

by donating sanitary products

to Te Puna Oranga and Aviva

Families, raising $1000 in the

process.

In the first week of fundraising,

the students have collected

more than 1000 packs of sanitary

products, which have been

donated to the Linwood-based

charities.

Students Romy Gellen, Serena

Cooper, Caitlin Baker, Olivia

Dobbs and Charlotte Hawkins

have been inspired by their

media and social change course

project.

As part of the project, the

students have analysed a New

Zealand-made short film from

Stuff’s Someday Stories series

named Super Special.

“When we saw the film about

period poverty right here in

Aotearoa, we were upset to

find it was a reality for so many

young people,” said Gellen.

“The group project made us

really passionate and drove us to

actually do something to combat

the issue.”

Baker said they have chosen Te

Puna Oranga and Aviva Families

because they want to support

local organisations.

A 2019 study showed that

“12.5 per cent of students who

had had their first period

missed out on menstrual items

due to cost, and that 7.5 per

cent had missed school because

they couldn’t access menstrual

products.”

In some lower socio-economic

areas, period poverty was as high

as 20 per cent, she said.

Course lecturer Dr Maja

STIGMA:

(From left) –

Canterbury

University

students

Romy Gellen,

Olivia Dobbs,

Charlotte

Hawkins,

Caitlin Baker

and Serena

Cooper have

launched a

fundraising

initiative to

combat period

poverty in New

Zealand.

Zonjić said period poverty is

a fact of life for many people

in Aotearoa New Zealand and

is compounded by the social

stigma surrounding menstruation.

“To see my students get

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to tackle this critical issue

and start such an important initiative

is incredibly humbling,”

she said.

“I am very proud of them and

I hope their actions encourage

others to positively contribute to

their communities.”

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Every Day is Open Day

Once again, the New Zealand educational curriculum is

in the firing line – and it is perhaps hard to argue that it

shouldn’t be.* On the all-important international stage, the

latest data from PISA, the Programme for International

Student Assessment, indicates our Kiwi kids are on the

slide. The downward trend in results over the last decade

shows a lost equivalent of three to six terms of schooling in

the key subjects of Reading, Maths and Science.

This is despite a 32% increase in per-child spending since

2001 and, in Christchurch at least, the construction of

purpose-built modern learning environments deliberately

designed to foster the national curriculum’s child-centred

orthodoxy.

Of course, every child should be at the heart of their own

learning. How could they now be! But let’s not throw the

baby out with the bathwater. A child’s education should be

a balance of subject knowledge; essential skills; teaching

programmes developed to suit their demonstrated

knowledge, understanding and progress; and assessment

that offers you, your child and their teachers, honesty and

evidence of this progress.

All parents, teachers and coaches know that children learn

best when they are interested in what they are learning.

Making subject knowledge and skills

interesting is the ongoing and exciting

challenge for all of us who educate and

motivate our children.

Located in the heart of our city, St

Michael’s has been educating and

nurturing the children of Christchurch

for 169 years. For our young pupils

have limitless potential to lead exciting

and generous lives, and we have the

responsibility to educate and inspire

them, to encourage every child to flourish

in mind, body and spirit.

St Michael’s is a prep school for girls and

boys in Years 1-8. ‘Prep’ as in preparation

for secondary school, a foundation for a

fine life. For at the heart of St Michael’s

are the essential values of Christian faith

and good citizenship: respect, integrity, community, faith,

hope and love.

An independent school education at the primary level is

a great gift. Our classes are small, with year-groups of 20

pupils, ensuring your child is an individual, well known by

staff and fellow pupils alike.

Traditional foundations in English and Maths are

assured. This academic rigour then underpins our wider

curriculums in History, Geography, Science and Spanish.

IT literacy is taught, not assumed, and computer use is

measured. We like teaching and talking to our pupils!

A prep education offers balance. St Michael’s cultural

and sports’ programmes further develop your child’s

foundation, as creativity and problem-solving come in

many forms. Specialist art and music classes are enjoyed

weekly. We have three choirs, and most pupils participate

in instrumental or speech & drama lessons with our ten

itinerant staff.

Nestled on the banks of the Avon, opposite the Riverside

Farmers’ Market, our extended campus is spectacular: the

Art Gallery, Museum, Tūranga – the

central library, and Hagley Park are

just minutes away.

Many of our parents now work in

the thriving city centre or Lincoln

and Riccarton Road hubs, but they

live city-wide. They comment on the

comfort of knowing their children are

in school nearby and the benefits of

popping over for an hour to catch a

performance or watch a race. With the

central exchange only a block away,

senior children arrive by bus from all

corners of the city.

You and your child are warmly

welcome to discover our purposeful,

wholehearted and inclusive prep

school. Our next Open Day is

coming up, on Tuesday 3 November. Pop in during

the day between 8.30am – 4.00pm for a tour, and to

book an appointment on the day with the principal,

please contact registrar, Bec Hitchcock: registrar@

saintmichaels.co.nz or 03 379-9790.

St Michael’s School

Your school at the heart of the city

✓ Co-educational, Years 1-8

✓ Small classes

✓ Specialist teachers

✓ Musical excellence

✓ Christian values

✓ Traditional classrooms; academic rigour

✓ Before & after school care: 7.30am - 5.30pm

✓ Central city location; easy access

Taking enrolments for 2022.

Some places available for 2021.

Open Day: Tuesday 3 November

www.saintmichaels.school.nz 249 Durham Street Phone (03) 379 9790 to book your tour.

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