Southern View: October 29, 2020

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Push to get

Dekken

pedalling

2500 plants

complete

stream project

Abriella Chee, of Te

Komanawa Rowley

School, wowed judges

on the beam before

comfortably claiming

the bronze grade all

around title. She was

among a group of

budding gymnasts

from about 35 schools

in Christchurch and

the Selwyn district

who showcased their

skills at the Canterbury

primary schools

artistic gymnastics

championships at the

Christchurch School

of Gymnastics at QE II

last week. All around

formats covering the

vault, beam, floor

exercise and uneven

bars were held across

several grades for

competitors aged

between nine and 12.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

Page 3

Page 5

Abriella wows judges

Plan to

reduce

Wigram

speed

limits

welcomed

• By Bea Gooding

SPEED LIMIT changes to

improve pedestrian safety in

Wigram may be on the horizon.

The city council is encouraging

residents to share their views on

a plan to reduce speed limits in

Wigram, particularly on Lodestar

Ave, Stark Drive and The Runway

at The Landing.

The plan has

been welcomed

by Kilmarnock

Enterprises chief

executive Michael

Toothill, who has

advocated for

Michael

Toothill

speed reduction

measures on

Lodestar Ave for

the last two years.

The social enterprise provides

employment, training, and support

for people with disabilities,

who have been feeling unsafe

when crossing the road.

He said he even had to encourage

his staff to dress in hi-visibility

gear, such as reflective jackets,

so drivers could see them.

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Ferrymead-Sumner Men’s

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Thursday, 10am

Redcliffs Bowling Club, 9 James St

Monthly meetings are held on the

last Thursday of each month, featuring

guest speakers. This month’s speaker

is Andrew Close of SBS Bank NZ, who

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Wā Kōrero: Storytimes

Thursday, 10-10.30am, at Linwood,

11-11.30am, at Halswell and South,

Friday, 10.30-11am, at Spreydon

Halswell, Linwood, South and

Spreydon libraries

Storytimes is an interactive programme

including books, songs,

rhymes and play. Recommended for

children 2-years-old and older. No

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JP Clinics

Thursday, 10.30am-1.30pm, at

Spreydon, Tuesday, 10am-1pm, at

Halswell, South and Linwood

Halswell, Linwood, South and Spreydon

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A Justice of the Peace will be available

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Mah-Jong

Thursday, 1-3.30pm

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Abundant life embraces a sense of down in New Zealand. Cycling around

connection, to family faith community, the 31 Little Oct River - area, 25 he Nov observed 2020 the

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also the rivers and waterfalls that

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River in Canterbury, NZ. A stunningly figures emerged as Bashford imagined

beautiful series emerged from a visit to connecting with family who could not

Samoa in late 2019, when he reached be visited in person.

to the beauty of the natural world ‘Then the Kererū became meaningful

there to find equilibrium in the midst of symbol as lockdown lifted, all the works

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Superstar of the Pacific artworld, they relate and inspire each other

Fatu Feu’u joins Josh in their second artistically to many and diverse creative

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Rotary Market

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A variety of stalls will be available,

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and tools. Every Sunday, with all proceeds

supporting the local community.

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Thursday October 29 2020 3

Desperate push to get Dekken pedalling

• By Bea Gooding

FOR MANY children, learning

to ride a bike is seen as a luxury,

but for six-year-old Dekken

McClintock, it’s a matter of

necessity.

Born with Prader-Willi

syndrome which causes weak

muscles, obsessive eating, and

slow development, the rare genetic

disorder has led to further

complications. Over a period of

time spinal deterioration has led

to him developing scoliosis.

His mother, Rachelle Mitchell,

is now on a desperate mission to

raise $10,000 towards the cost of

a specialised trike in order for

her son to build muscle strength

before it is too late.

She said because he was

diagnosed early, there was still

time for him to gain strength

before running the risk of being

wheelchair-bound and undergoing

further operations later in

life.

“Because he has a really low

muscle tone, he can’t sit on a

normal bike and balance as he

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doesn’t have the core strength,”

said Mitchell.

“In my eyes, the trike isn’t a

luxury item, it’s a necessity. We

don’t have the luxury of being

able to go to The Warehouse or

Kmart to buy a $100 bike.”

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6, needs a

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in order to

stop further

deterioration

in his spine

caused by

Prader-Willi

Syndrome.

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a harness and pedals at the front

rather than the sides.

Dekken would be able to use

the trike into adulthood because

the base had the ability to extend

as he got older, with the possibility

of converting it to electric in

the future.

“His legs will be outstretched,

and there’s something special on

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the pedal that means he doesn’t

need to have power behind the

push as long as he can move

them. It doesn’t matter if he can’t

push strong,” she said.

“It will stop the scoliosis from

getting worse as he will get a

healthy blood flow through his

body and it will increase his cardio,

strengthening core muscles.

“If it gets worse he’ll end up

really hunched over making it

more difficult to walk than what

it already is.”

Dekken was born prematurely

at 34 weeks weighing only

1500gm after six weeks in neonatal

care.

He has had seven operations

since then, including a double

hip and femur surgery, and five

surgeries to rectify obstructive

sleep apnoea – a condition which

can cause breathing to stop during

sleep.

Said Mitchell: “He gets tired

really easily and struggles to

keep up with other kids his age.

Because he can’t regulate his

emotions, he gets frustrated at

not being able to do things like

everyone else.”

•Donations towards

Dekken’s cause can be

made at https://givealittle.

co.nz/cause/trike-needed

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In Brief

CYCLEWAY WORK

Construction as part of the

Nor’West Arc Cycleway has

now started at the intersection

of Ferniehurst St and Ashgrove

Tce. Footpath, kerb and

channel, road construction and

landscaping work, including

block paving, is taking place as

part of the cycleway network

being built around the city to

make it safer for cyclists, and to

ease pressure on roads. Access

to Cashmere Rd via Ferniehurst

Bridge will be temporarily

closed. Ferniehurst St between

Molesworth Pl and Ashgrove

Tce will also be closed, and

Ashgrove Tce will be reduced

to one lane. Detours are in

place. Work is expected to be

completed in four weeks.

COMMUNITY HOUSING

Feedback on the city council’s

draft Community Housing

Strategy is now open. The city

council is aiming to identify

what strategic roles and actions

can be taken to ensure sufficient

community housing is provided

for in Christchurch. Share your

vision on what the priorities

should be on meeting housing

needs in the city. Consultation

closes on November 16 and can

be found at https://ccc.govt.nz/

the-council/consultations-andsubmissions/haveyoursay

Call for centre line on Lodestar Ave

• From page 1

Said Toothill: “We’re very

pleased that it’s got to this stage,

but the concerns have continued

to grow rather than get better.

Traffic has picked up, and many

cars are doing closer to 60km/h.

“But I’ll feel relieved when

it’s actually been put in place.

Every day something is not

implemented is a risk to our

employees.”

Along with the speed limit

change, Toothill wanted a centre

line painted on the road.

“It’s been proven that when

there’s a centre line, people tend

to go slower with the perception

of a narrower road,” he said.

Residents of Lady Wigram

Retirement Village were also

calling for a lowered speed limit

and heavy vehicle restrictions on

Lodestar Ave after long-standing

issues with noisy trucks.

The city council has since

proposed to reduce the speed

limit from 50km/h to 40km/h on

Lodestar Ave and Strark Drive.

It also proposed to reduce the

limit from 60km/h to 50km/h

in Awatea Rd, Wigram Rd and

Wilmers Rd; from 50km/h to

40km/h in the Wigram Skies,

Broken Run, Awatea Park,

Awatea Green and Magnolia

Estate subdivisions, and from

50km/h to 30km/h at The

PROPOSAL: Speed limit changes may be a possibility in Wigram to improve pedestrian

safety, including Lodestar Ave outside Kilmarnock Enterprises. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

Runway at the Landing.

City council transport

operations manager Steffan

Thomas said the “safer speeds

will benefit residents in a

growing and very popular area

of the city.”

“Many families – along with

several businesses – have moved

to the wider Wigram area and

we are very conscious of the

need to ensure that speed limits

support a safer environment,” he

said.

“It is not just about keeping

the driver and passengers of a

car safe, it is also about keeping

vulnerable road users safe.”

Public feedback on the draft

plan closes on November 18.

A final decision is due in

December, with any changes

implemented by the end of

January next year.

new services offered at longestablished

podiatry clinic

For more than 25 years, Charlotte

Russell and her team at Feet First

Podiatry have been providing a full range

of professional podiatry services at their

Upper Riccarton clinic. Over that time,

they have continually kept abreast of

innovations in the profession ensuring

New Podiatry

Assistant

Agata in

discussion

with a client.

clients receive the most up-to-date

treatment for their feet.

Now, a new Podiatry Assistant has

joined the team. Trained and qualified

in Europe, Agata is providing general

podiatry services, including a new service

the clinic has introduced – Toenail

Reconstruction. A painless cosmetic

procedure, this restores the natural

appearance of nails that may have been

damaged through accident or have

become discoloured or unsightly due to

fungal infection. Lasting six to eight weeks,

the cosmetic nail allows a new, healthy nail

to grow underneath.

Full information on the procedure

can be seen on the Feet First Podiatry

website, www.feetfirst.co.nz.

Another new service being offered

at Feet First Podiatry is the Medi-Pedi,

(medical pedicure), which is a safe,

hygienic pedicure service carried out in

their clinic with sterile instruments.

Recently, there have been reports of

clients suffering from nail infections after

visiting nail bars for pedicures, which were

likely caused by the use of non-sterile

instruments and nail varnishes that had

been applied to multiple clients.

before

after

A toenail before and after Toenail

Reconstruction has been carried out.

The cosmetic nail has restored the

toenail’s natural appearance.

As Charlotte explains, in Christchurch

there are no by-laws governing nail bars,

so clients have no protection from any

unhygienic, unprofessional practices.

On the other hand, at Feet First Podiatry,

Charlotte and her team provide an

hygienically clean environment with health

and safety guidelines being followed and

all instruments sterilised by autoclave.

Clients are also invited to bring their own

nail varnish.

Located at 37 Main South Road, Feet

First Podiatry is open Monday to Friday

from 8.30am to 5pm, with late nights

on Tuesday and Thursday to 7pm by

appointment. Off-street parking is

available.

Feet First also runs several satellite

clinics. These are at the Marshland

Family Health Centre, Marshland Road

on Mondays, the Redcliffs Clinic, Augusta

Street, on Wednesday afternoons, and at

Darfield Pharmacy on alternate Fridays.

Complementing the services offered at

Feet First Podiatry is their retail store The

Shoe Room, located opposite the Lone

Star in Riccarton Road. The store offers an

extensive range of specialised footwear for

people that have foot problems, difficulty

finding shoes or simply those looking for

stylish, comfortable shoes.

Opening hours are Monday 10am-

5.30pm, Tuesday to Friday 9.30am-

5.30pm with a late night by appointment

on Thursday, and Saturday 10am-4pm.

RiccaRton

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Thursday October 29 2020 5

2500 plants complete stream project

A MORE than $600,000 project

to restore Cashmere Stream is

now complete with 2500 new

native plants at the site.

Local landowners and

community members helped

the Cashmere Stream Care

Group complete the final

stage of the four-year restoration

and enhancement planting

project.

Sedimentation from bank

damage from stock and the

loss of native trees and plants

contributed to the deterioration

of the clarity and quality of the

water.

Fencing and plantings will

protect the banks of the springfed

stream against erosion and

keep the water temperature

cooler for the tuna, eels and bullies

in the stream.

The shade provided by the

plants will help decrease weed

species in the stream and the

habitat will be more suitable for

kōura/freshwater crayfish, which

have been spotted in the catchment.

Since 2016, more than $60,000

of Immediate Steps biodiversity

funding has been allocated to the

project, as recommended by the

Christchurch West Melton Water

Zone Committee.

Paired with the IMS funding

and city council, contributions

GROWTH: Landowners and community members helped to plant 2500 natives at

Cashmere Stream. ​

through labour, resource and

assistance, the total value of the

restoration project is around

$668,930.

“There was a lot of work that

went into preparation of the

site by our group members,

landowners, Christchurch City

Council, Ravensdown and

Environment Canterbury,”

Cashmere Stream Care Group

chair Ken Rouse said.

“It’s been a long journey but

it’s great to see the outcome

with well-established trees and

the final round of plants in the

ground.”

Protecting Cashmere Stream

remains a priority for the health

of the waterways throughout

the catchment, including the

Heathcote/Ōpāwaho River

downstream, CWMWZC chair

Kevin Brown said.

“Seeing a project like this run

so well and so collaboratively has

been really inspiring.”

Collett’s Corner

nears final

design phase

LYTTELTON development

Collett’s Corner is set to move

into its final design phase.

THe crowdfunding campaign

closes tomorrow but by Monday

it had reached just over $900,000,

exceeding its goal of $800,000.

The public can buy shares in the

project at $120 per share with the

aim of raising up to $1.4m.

Founding partner Camia Young

said with the minimum funding

being secured the project would

head to the final design phase,

which will start on Monday and

would last about a year.

Those behind the development

are forecasting an average return

of about 11 per cent over a 10-year

period for those who invest at this

stage.

The three-storey communityowned

$14 million project by Ohu

Developments is planned for a

974 sq m site on the corner of

London and Oxford Sts.

It will feature a wellness centre,

hospitality outlets with shops on

the ground floor, and 20 privatelyowned

apartments above.

The project gained resource

consent in March, with a goal

to open by June 2023 – about

six months later than what was

forecast before the Covid-19

pandemic struck.

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The Sydenham-based Concrete

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owner Keith Symes, a qualified personal

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And with their new offer they are also

likely to be one of the easiest to join – sign

up today and make no payments until

2021. Ts and Cs apply.

A community-focused gym with 24/7

access, Concrete Health & Fitness offers

classes to suit all ages, fitness levels and

abilities. There are 14 group fitness classes

every week, including stretch, spin, core,

circuit, step, pump and box fit.

They also offer five seniors-based classes

and the gym works closely with the

physiotherapy clinic next door, who run

two stroke classes each week out of the

Concrete Health & Fitness facility.

For those that have never been to a gym,

but would like to have a go, there is a trial

membership – $19 for three weeks, with

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for Hamilton Jet and his Saturday mornings at the

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The nineties were a period of uncertainty in South

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diversity of the world it is enabling.

In a committed move to address this long-standing

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The message was well received and NZTech’s new

board is the most diverse the sector has ever seen,

which puts the NGO in a great position to better

help the tech ecosystem, and New Zealand, adapt

and evolve in the time of COVID.

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There are more than 100,000 people employed

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Tech exports are likely to be the second biggest

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Thursday October 29 2020 13

HEALTH & AWARENESS

Joint pain: Do I have arthritis or

could it be mainly my muscles?

The team at Physical Sense in Sydenham

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many of their middle-aged and senior clients

visit complaining of pain in one of their joints.

Physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk suggests

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“Even if an x-ray shows arthritis, the reason

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severe pain,” says Ietje. “The arthritis was

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The same lack of movement can be the

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