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Labour of love helps bring

comfort to children in hospital

FOR HENNY van Veen,

knitting toy dogs is a labour of

love that has been bringing joy

and calm to children having

ultrasounds at Christchurch

Hospital.

Knitted by the radiographic

assistant, the toys are given

to some of the hospital’s child

patients, aged between four and

10, to help them overcome their

fears.

For some children, an ultrasound

is a traumatic experience

and receiving a cuddly toy at the

end of it makes it a bit better, van

Veen said.

“We only get happy faces if

we give them a dog or one of

the little knitted teddies from

chaplaincy service,” she said.

Van Veen, of Burwood, was

inspired to start knitting about

18 months ago after seeing

the small teddies around the

hospital.

“I have never done it before

in my life and learned how by

watching YouTube.”

She usually knits in the evening

while listening to music or

watching television, “just to keep

my hands busy.”

It takes her four weeks to finish

a dog, as she only knits for

about an hour a day.

“And a lot of dogs are not to

my liking once finished so I

make another one.”

The patterns come from

library books or the internet,

and van Veen has made “just

about every breed of dog you can

name.”

Breeds she has knitted

include corgi, poodle, german

shepherd, jack russell, miniature

schnauzer, pug and border collie.

KINDNESS:

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van Veen has

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children having

ultrasounds at

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Petition demands action over palm tree

• By Bea Gooding

A PETITION demanding the

city council take action over a

potentially hazardous palm tree

in Shirley has garnered more

than 105 signatures.

Residents Jo Dickson and

Maurice Grant submitted the

petition to the city council over

their inaction to fix the broken

planter box the tree sits in for the

last six years.

The box, at the Palm Drive and

Laguna Gardens intersection,

has cracks along the side of it.

Residents are concerned that

the tree could fall onto nearby

pedestrians and cars at any moment.

But city council city streets

maintenance manager Mark

Pinner said the stability of the

tree was currently of no concern

as it did not present any immediate

danger to road users.

Dickson was told by the city

council that funding had been

set aside to fix the box in 2015,

but she said no work has been

done since.

“It’s just frustrating. A lot

of people have said if we were

on the other side of town, it

probably would’ve been fixed

already,” she said.

“It’s been put in the too-hard

basket. The palm tree is in good

condition, and they [council] say

it was the roots that caused it.”

Last year the Papanui-Innes

Community Board requested

council staff to consider a range

of options, such its removal,

repair or replacement.

However, the city council

decided to defer the decision on

the tree’s future to the urban

development and transport committee

due to the costs involved.

Residents said they did not

want the tree removed, or for

it to be placed directly into the

ground instead, like others in the

area. But council staff said this

would compromise the structural

integrity of the tree.

Dickson feared the city council

would delay work for another six

to eight years, which was why

INACTION: Clearbrook

Palms residents Jo

Dickson and Maurice

Grant started a

petition in a bid to get

the city council to fix a

potentially dangerous

palm tree, which has

been delayed for six

years.

PHOTOS: GEOFF

SLOAN ​

she started the petition in order

for them to take action within

the next few months.

Said Pinner: “As this feature is

unique to this location, council

were informed of the costs

which are between $20,000 and

$40,000.

“An arborist inspected the tree

and was judged to be in good

health. The planter box walls

are relatively low, and in a few

cases, rotated slightly due to root

growth.”

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Performing arts with a spotlight on mental health

• By Bea Gooding

DANCE STUDIOS and

performing arts centres across

the city are banding together and

using their craft in a bid to break

stigmas on mental health.

The 03’ Collective, by Zion

Dance Studios, Papanui, is a

mental health performing arts

showcase in collaboration with

Swarm Studios, The Compound

Studio, Levings School of Dance,

Anna-Lee School of Dance, Canterbury

Ballet, Common Ground

and Nathan Phillips Vocals.

Taking place next month in

The Aurora Centre at Burnside

High School, more than 150

performers will take centre stage

for hip-hop, contemporary, break

dancing, vocals and spoken

word.

Zion Studios dance and youth

development co-ordinator

Bronté Te Mete said the

showcase was an opportunity

for artists to use their talents

to address “a big issue in our

society.”

“With so many things being

cancelled, postponed and shutdown,

I decided to flip the script

and take it as an opportunity to

dive into something new,” she

said.

“Twenty twenty has been a

year of uncertainty, a year of

fear, change, self-discovery and

BREAKING STIGMA: Performers at Zion Dance Studios are teaming up with performing

arts and dance studios across the city to shine a light on mental health. ​

growth. What a perfect opportunity

to come together and showcase

our thoughts, challenges,

and achievements.”

Te Mete said it also offered an

opportunity for the dance and

performing arts community to

give back.

All profits from the show

will be donated to Youthline in

Christchurch, and to another

mental health organisation once

it was decided on.

The 03’ Collective was an idea

brought to life during a year that

“turned the world upside down.”

Te Mete said the theme was

inspired by this year’s events,

where there has been a push to

look out for your mental wellbeing

– something that could be

communicated through the art

forms.

“Performing art is something

creative and positive that we

can use to express ourselves. So

much can be portrayed through

movement, words and lyrics,”

she said.

“We aim to share our own

personal experiences to inspire

others to do the same, to show

people that they’re not alone and

to create a space where vulnerability

is welcomed.”

Putting a spotlight on the issue

was important for members at

the studio as mental health issues

were too often “ignored” or

“silenced.”

Said Te Mete: “We want to

break the stigma that being

vulnerable means being weak,

because it’s not. We need to

reinforce and normalise that

seeking help and admitting

you’re not okay is a sign of

strength.”

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Phil Mauger

Councillor Phil Mauger is a face making

a difference in our Coastal area. He has

never fancied sitting in meetings, he is a

man of action.

Phil Mauger is the man the council love

to hate, as he jokes his main occupation is

digging trenches for a living and going to

council meetings in his spare time. He is

a first term City Councillor representing

the Burwood Ward.

Phil is the director and owner of a

successful 3-generation family operated

business specialising in Property

Development, Subdivision, Earthmoving,

Green Waste processing and General

Contracting. He has a

wealth of experience and

the knowledge to be able

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financial restraints to get the

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Phil is deputy chair of

Urban Development and

Transport Committee. He

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Canterbury and Council

appointed Trustee of Otautahi

Community Housing Trust

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Committee.

His efforts are not surprising as he has

achievement pedigree under his skin

being related to the Mauger clan of All

Black fame, Nathan and Aaron.

As a result of his trench warfare, the

City Council have agreed to fix the

Pages Rd problem now, rather than later,

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His days are full from dawn to dusk,

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the community he holds dear to his heart.

While he represents the Burwood sector,

he is not afraid to get stuck in any and all

parts of the wider New Brighton area.

Phil is a plethora of valuable

information and has taken an interest in

the repair of the New Brighton Bridge

currently in the design phase. He has

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pedestrian crossing and build the new

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Feeling the call to travel, Daniel moved to Mexico

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a family as their Au Pair. He then travelled south to

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Daniel has always loved the sea and dreamed of

living by the ocean. The idea of a community that

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locally has always appealed to him. Daniel and his

wife found this vibe in New Brighton and have never

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Thursday November 5 2020 7

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Some residents

on final warning

over bin misuse

More than 1450 residents have been

sent a letter warning them that their

yellow wheelie bin will be removed

unless they clean-up their recycling act.

Since the beginning of the year

Christchurch City Council has been

carrying out checks on the contents of

the yellow wheelie bins as part of its

effort to get people recycling right so that

less material ends up at the landfill.

Only clean cardboard, paper, tin and

aluminium cans, glass bottles and rigid

plastic bottles and containers marked

with the numbers 1, 2 or 5 should go

in the yellow wheelie bin. Those items

should be loose.

General rubbish can only go in the red

wheelie bin.

“Our preference is to educate people

rather than penalise them, but some

people have not responded to our

repeated efforts to inform them about

what items can be recycled,’’ says

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“Our policy is to give people three

chances to correct their recycling. If they

don’t respond to the information, we give

them and it checks show they continue

to put general rubbish in their yellow

wheelie bin, then we will no longer offer

the service to them,’’ Mr Trotter says.

“To date we’ve sent out 1452 letters

informing people that they are on their

final warning and that further misuse of

the recycling bin will lead to their yellow

wheelie bin being removed.’’

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362982

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Opening Hours:

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