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$12.5m for estuary works

APPROVED: $12.5m has been approved for works to improve estuaries in the city’s east. Inset: Lianne Dalziel.

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A $12.5 MILLION package of

works to address erosion and

flood risk in Southshore and

South New Brighton has been

approved by the city council.

“The works we have approved

should resolve the earthquake

legacy issues that have left

parts of Southshore and South

New Brighton more prone to

flooding and coastal erosion,’’

said Mayor Lianne Dalziel.

“Residents in these suburbs

have been calling for action to

resolve these issues and I am

pleased that we can now give

them certainty about the way

forward.

“I want to thank residents

for the way they have worked

with us to come up with

solutions.’’

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Residents

to be

asked for

feedback

on council

facilities

• By Bea Gooding

IS THE city council meeting

your needs when it comes to its

services and facilities?

That’s what the bosses at the

city council want to know as they

embark on their annual residents’

survey.

Each year the city council

surveys residents across the city to

understand how satisfied they are

with services covering its parks,

libraries and service centres.

New Brighton Residents’

Association spokesman Brian

Donovan said residents were

pleased to see progress in the east,

such as the new beach-side hot

pools, surf club, plans to address

flood-risk issues along the estuary

and fixing some deteriorating

roads.

Although issues were being

highlighted, he believed the

“growing disconnect” between

the city council and residents

“desperately” needed to be addressed

and improved.

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Saturday, 10am-noon

New Brighton Library

Tutors from the Computers for

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accessing the internet, playing games

and researching. Free event.

Rotary Market

Sunday, 8.30am-12.30pm

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A variety of stalls will be available,

including fresh produce, jams and

preserves, and recycled clothing,

books and tools. Every fine Sunday,

with all proceeds supporting the local

community. For site inquiries, phone

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Creative Writing on Sundays

Sunday, 1-3pm

Linwood Library

Writing group leader Jennifer will

work with group members to craft,

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Take some pens or pencils, paper, or a

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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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documents, certify document copies,

hear oaths, declarations, affidavits or

affirmations, as well as sign citizenship

or rates rebates applications.

Citizens Advice Bureau

Tuesday, 11am-2pm

Linwood Library

Citizens Advice Bureau provides

free and confidential advice. They

take the time to listen and equip you

with the information, options and

support that fit your needs. Phone 366

6490 for more information.

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Thursday, Tuesday, Wednesday,

10am-noon

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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

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Barber a hero for family violence work

• By Bea Gooding

HAIR ISN’T the only thing Matt

Brown cuts.

The My Fathers Barbers

founder has made it his mission

over the last decade to help cut

toxic masculinity out of the lives

of men who sit in his chairs.

Over time the shop has offered

a safe haven for men to heal,

connect and open up about the

issues affecting them instead of

bottling it up inside.

Brown discovered the role

barbershops played in helping

men share their pain and started

the She Is Not Your Rehab movement,

which encourages them

to acknowledge experiences

of childhood abuse instead of

taking it out on their wives and

girlfriends.

He has now been named as a

winner of the Westfield Local

Heroes awards due to his commitment

to ending the cycle of

domestic and family violence.

The awards recognised role

models across the country and

the positive impact their work

had within their communities.

As a survivor of family

violence and child sexual abuse

himself, he understood the importance

of having someone to

confide in.

Said Brown: “The movement

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is simply an invitation for men

to acknowledge their own

childhood trauma, and to take

responsibility for their healing

instead of transmitting it on

those around them.”

As voted by the community,

Brown was awarded a $10,000

grant, which he said would be

used to run more local group

therapy sessions for men.

The idea for She Is Not Your

Rehab started in a garden shed

and has gone on to receive international

recognition.

News of his talent for delivering

fresh cuts quickly grew over

social media, along with the

number of men who were visiting

barbers for more than just a

haircut.

Wanting to raise awareness

even further, Brown became an

ambassador for the Ministry of

Social Development’s ‘It’s not

OK’ campaign in 2018 – an initiative

which aims to change how

New Zealanders think and act

towards family violence.

In collaboration with family

violence centre Aviva Families,

he also hosts a men’s antiviolence

support group from his

barbershop.

Since then he has delivered a

TEDx talk in 2019, where he and

his wife, Sarah, launched the

concept of the movement and

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The number of men seeking

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movement took off on social

media.

“Our communities are crying

out for help, support and tools

to see these cycles of abuse

and trauma come to an

end,” said Brown.

As a barber he has had

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Solutions

From page 1

The work approved by the city

council includes:

• Replacing or covering the

structures with rocks along the

estuary edge in Southshore to

reduce the erosion risk, and

introducing a cobble beach

with an offshore breakwater

to encourage the saltmarsh to

form a natural form of erosion

protection.

• Building a new bund in

Southshore to reduce the flood

risk.

• Restoring the estuary edge

in South New Brighton with a

cobble beach.

• Constructing a new bund

between the jetty near Beatty

St and the southern end of the

campground in Halsey St.

The city council has already

made improvements to the

northern part of the estuary

walkway and construction is

complete on the southern section

of a bund in South New

Brighton, between Bridge St and

South New Brighton School.

Work on the northern section

of the bund will be completed in

2021 following the bird-nesting

season.

This bund, alongside the

additional bunds approved, will

together reduce flood risk along

the estuary edge.

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Preparing young for life’s adversities

Myriad groups help

keep our community

moving. Reporter Bea

Gooding speaks to

Life Education Trust

Canterbury community

engagement manager

Andy Gray about why

the trust has been an

iconic fixture in schools

for the past 30 years

and why he’s involved

Could you tell me a bit

about what the Life Education

Trust does, and how it came

to be what it is today in

Canterbury?

The Life Education Trust

started over 30 years ago, which

started in Canterbury. There’s

now 32 regional trusts across

the country, and one national

branch. The vision is to inspire

tamariki and rangatahi to make

positive choices and to give them

the power to do that. The trust

addresses challenges including

obesity, substance use, mental

health and well-being and

bullying.

We operate in three mobile

classrooms in Canterbury,

they’re like big container shells

that have been turned into

REWARDING: Life Education Trust Canterbury community engagement manager Andy

Gray is passionate about inspiring children to make the right decisions in life.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

classrooms and are moved

around different schools –

whether it was as far as Omihi in

North Canterbury, right down

to Rakaia. Whether schools have

35 students or 500 students, we

end up making our way there no

matter where they are.

What issues is the trust

currently facing in the wake of

Covid-19?

Quite a few in all fairness –

when Covid-19 hit during the

first lockdown, even though we

were still continuing to support

the teachers and tamariki during

lockdown, we didn’t get any

school fees come in, and the

funders that we usually used

were all closed down.

It’s been tough, but we

managed to get through it and

we’re in a better position now.

We reached out to a lot of people

that have done quite

well throughout Covid-19,

like supermarkets, and to the

Rata Foundation and Lottery

Grants Board who have helped

us out.

With Covid-19 it’s a doubleedged

sword. It’s great that

we’re busier now and we’re

looking to expand to a fourth

classroom because of it. But the

double-edged side of that sword

is obviously with increased

demand it means that more

people are affected, there are

higher anxiety levels.

We’ve learned a lot about

mental health from the

earthquakes in the past 10 years

and also the mosque attacks

where kids have been affected.

Things like a lack of employment

that comes from it just filters

through to the kids, so we expect

to see increased demand over the

next few months.

The trust has been iconic in

Canterbury schools for the past

30 years. What do you attribute

towards its success?

Obviously, the most

memorable thing about Life

Education is Harold the Giraffe.

But the reason why I think we’re

so iconic is because we tend to

react to the issues currently at

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and challenges

We don’t get any government

or Ministry of Education funding,

so we aren’t led by their

agenda, and it’s why we’re the

number one health education

provider. We don’t want to be led

by what they want, which is why

we work with teachers to adapt

[the lesson]. I think that’s what

makes us so successful.

Why did you decide to join

the trust?

I’ve got a wee eight-year-old

boy and things are a little bit different

now than back in my day;

kids have got different challenges

now, so I just wanted to make

sure I was getting in touch with

what was going on. Kids seem to

be a lot more involved and more

aware of what’s happening around

them because of social media and

access to the internet. That was

my excuse to get involved and

understand what’s happening in

my own child’s head.

What are the rewarding parts

of your job?

The kids – when Harold comes

on board, the kids wander in and

when they see him, they all get

pretty excited to hear what he

has to say. It’s the kids’ reactions

which I find the most rewarding.

Like most jobs, it’s not always

fun and games. What can be

challenging about your role?

I think seeing the statistics

that are pretty grim, like when I

hear about the teen suicide rates

or how many kids are stressed.

About 35 per cent of kids are

stressed at least once a week.

It’s like, bloody hell, these kids

are eight or nine-years-old, they

shouldn’t be stressed, they should

be watching Pokémon on TV or

something.

Tell me a bit about where life

began for you – where did you

grow up? How about family?

I was born in Salford, United

Kingdom. When I was about

13-years-old my folks decided to

ship us all over, with my brothers

and sister, and start life

afresh over here. I ended up

going to school down the road at

Christchurch Boys’ High School,

and eventually at the University

of Canterbury.

After travelling overseas for a

while, I came back and became

the director at Specsavers (Papanui)

after opening up a franchise

here. After selling that I was

lucky that I had a bit more free to

pick and choose the jobs I wanted

to do, and that’s when the Life

Education Trust job came up.

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My two brothers live in Sunshine

Coast and Gold Coast in

Australia. My sister is here in

Christchurch so she’s not very

far from me, and my parents

are retired now and live in the

Hurunui District.

Do you remember much from

life back in England?

I remember quite a lot of it. It’s

quite a rough spot where we were,

a lot of cars were being nicked

every night and there were a lot

of fights, you could just watch it

from your window - that’s what it

was all to me.

One of my favourite parts

about my home town is the

football, everyone enjoyed a bit

of soccer. You could play it in

the streets, you’d just jump over

the back fence after school and

go play with your friends in the

streets.

Aside from your work, what

do you like to do in your spare

time?

I enjoy any sport, especially

soccer being English and all.

I’ve always the idea of making

something myself so I make short

films on the side.

I make any type of short film,

it’s just a matter of writing a

script and trying to gain funding

to do it.

I’ve always loved movies, the

idea for me growing up was to

become either a football player, a

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Survey to gauge areas

of improvement

• From page 1

“I think in some areas they are

[meeting needs], a bit of work

is finally being done to some

of those roads in the eastern

suburbs, and the hot pools are

attracting a hell of a lot of people

outside of New Brighton.

“We’re really confident that

we’ve turned a corner. [New

Brighton] is becoming a recreational

playground.

“But there’s a disconnect between

residents and the council,

for instance, residents seem to

have no way to express their concerns

to the council.”

The city council needed to

prioritise fixing the “state” of

Pages and New Brighton Rds, the

Pages Rd bridge, taking action on

New Brighton Mall, and addressing

general untidiness as more

visitors and businesses flocked to

the area.

City council chief executive

Dawn Baxendale said the survey

was one of the tools used to assess

where they were performing well,

and where improvements needed

to be made and prioritised.

“We want to find out what is

working well for residents and

what’s not working well because

our focus, as an organisation, is

on meeting the needs of our

HAVE YOUR SAY: Is the

city council meeting your

needs when it comes to

its services and facilities?

Email your views to bea.

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residents,” she said.

“The findings of this year’s

survey programme will feed into

the development of our 2021-31

Long Term Plan, so I would really

encourage people to share their

views if they are approached by

staff at a council location or if

they receive an email or letter

from us.”

This year’s survey included specific

questions that will help the

city council decide what it should

prioritise in the LTP.

The LTP is the document that

councils are legally required to

produce every three years. It sets

out what the city council will do

over the next 10 years and how it

will pay for it.

“The Covid-19 pandemic has

prompted many people, businesses

and organisations to rethink

their plans and priorities and to

tighten their belts. We are having

to do that too,” said Baxendale.

The findings of the survey

programme will be made public

next year.

Community to be involved

in red zone decisions

A NEW co-governance entity

is being investigated for the

former residential red zone to

ensure mana whenua and the

community are involved in

deciding its future.

Land Information New Zealand

currently owns most of the

residential red zone on behalf of

the Crown.

However, it has started the

process of transferring parcels of

land in the Ōtākaro Avon River

Corridor to city council ownership.

That process is expected to

take up to two years to complete.

Mayor Lianne Dalziel said this

offered a chance to create a lasting

legacy for the city, therefore

it was important to partner with

iwi and the community on decisions

regarding its long-term use.

“Under the Global Settlement

with the Crown, ownership of

the former red zone is being

transferred to Christchurch City

Council, but that does not mean

we intend to make decisions on

the future of the land unilaterally,”

she said.

“As we take over ownership of

the land and assume the decision-making

powers, we want to

take a co-governance approach.

We want our partnership with

Ngāi Tūāhuriri and the wider

community to be at the centre of

the decision-making process.

Dalziel said the city council

wanted to make the most of

the opportunities presented by

the regeneration of these areas

and by honouring the late Evan

Smith.

“We want to honour the vision

for the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor

that was championed by

the late Evan Smith. To do that

we need to work side-by-side

with our communities, iwi, and

the private sector.”

Te Tira Kāhikuhiku is the

transitional governance agency

that has been making recommendations

on transitional

projects in the red zone.

The group is made up of an

independent chair, Chrissie

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Williams, five community representatives,

as well as iwi and

community board representatives.

The city council also adopted

a new policy that outlines how it

intends to deal with third-party

proposals for use of red zone

land that it owns.

Under the policy, the city

council’s head of parks will have

delegated authority to grant

leases to those seeking to use the

land for less than 10 years for

certain projects, such as temporary

gardens.

Requests for long-term leases

(10 years or more), or for more

significant projects, such as

commercial ventures, will

require consultation with the

public and a decision by the full

city council.


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Program to help children with dyslexia

A NEW computer programme

at Linwood College has been

launched to better support

students with dyslexia towards

their education.

STEPSWEB is a specialised

literacy program produced by

The Learning Staircase designed

to help students with dyslexia, or

whose reading and writing are

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To help fund the technology

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Linwood College pupil Troy

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with STEPSWEB, and his

teachers report “tremendous

development” in his schoolwork

and confidence.

“It’s cool and I use it for my

homework,” said the year 8

pupil.

“You get to learn new stuff and

all the activities are fun.”

Tracey Jongens, the school’s

special needs co-ordinator, said

there were “excellent” results

from those using the program

and said the aim is to make it

available to all year 7 and year 8

students as funding allows.

The STEPSWEB software

guides learners through

graduated levels, each of which

CONFIDENCE: Linwood College special needs co-ordinator Tracey Jongens helps year 8

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with dyslexia. ​

involves about 10 actions, such as

word recognition, activities with

words, phonemic awareness,

spelling, sentence construction,

joining half-words, and vocabulary

building.

Students can also access the

activity-based program from

home or at school.

The programme is built on

the various stages of learning.

All work is scored and, as they

complete each stage, students

earn a gold, silver or bronze

classification, and are awarded

certificates.

The two Rotary clubs have

also gifted $1100 to help students

struggling to pay for basic needs

and extras.

Sue Ingle, head of the school’s

guidance department, said

funds have already been used

to supply many students with

uniforms.

“There was a case of a couple of

brothers – quite a few boys in the

family – taking turns in attending

school as there was only one

pair of unripped shorts between

them,” she said.

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counselling that would not

otherwise have been available to

them.

“And twice, a student has come

with notes from home asking for

us to supply lunch as they were

‘a bit short that week.’ With this

extra funding, that was easy to

address.”

Ingle said the funds also

allowed quite a few students

to attend a Community

Development Network camp and

some money is being set aside to

help with a year 8 school camp

coming up in the near future.


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