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THURSDAY, JANUARY <strong>28</strong>, <strong>2021</strong><br />

Connecting Your Local Community<br />

starnews.co.nz<br />

Housing<br />

complex<br />

plan released<br />

Work with<br />

music therapy<br />

earns medal<br />

Sunday 21<br />

March <strong>2021</strong><br />

Page 3 Page 7<br />

city2surf.co.nz<br />

HANDS-ON: Pupils examine stream invertebrates as part of the city council’s Fresh Water<br />

Frolicking programme.<br />

PHOTO: NEWSLINE ​<br />

Learning about environment<br />

aim of student programme<br />

STUDENTS will get hands-on<br />

lessons this year on how to<br />

minimise their waste due to a<br />

free Learning Through Action<br />

programme run by the city<br />

council.<br />

‘A Waste of Time’ programme<br />

is aimed at year 5 to<br />

13 students and focuses on<br />

educating them about the city’s<br />

recycling processes through a<br />

series of engaging and interactive<br />

activities.<br />

As part of the programme,<br />

which schools can access for<br />

free, students visit three of<br />

EcoCentral’s recycling facilities<br />

– the Eco Sort, Eco Drop and<br />

Eco Shop – to learn what<br />

happens to the material that is<br />

put out for recycling after it is<br />

collected at the kerbside.<br />

A partnership between<br />

EcoCentral and Red Bus means<br />

that in term 1 participating<br />

schools can get free transport to<br />

and from the recycling facilities.<br />

Said city council parks<br />

programmes and partnerships<br />

manager Kate Russell: “We<br />

teach students about how we<br />

use the three Rs – reduce, reuse<br />

and recycle – to manage our<br />

waste stream and we show<br />

them how small changes to<br />

our habits can have a massive<br />

impact on our environment.<br />

• Turn to page 5<br />

Volunteer shortage<br />

has charity<br />

calling for more<br />

contributors<br />

A CHARITY is concerned it<br />

doesn’t have enough volunteers<br />

to continue providing<br />

social services to vulnerable<br />

communities across the region.<br />

Presbyterian Support South<br />

Island is calling for more<br />

volunteers for its Enliven<br />

programme, which supports<br />

older people to stay healthy and<br />

connected.<br />

The charity has supported<br />

Cantabrians for more than a<br />

century, which also supports<br />

children and families through<br />

its Family Works programme.<br />

Presbyterian Support<br />

volunteer co-ordinator Roni<br />

Jordan said 267 volunteers<br />

donated more than 18,000 hours<br />

of their time last year.<br />

While this was a significant<br />

contribution, more is needed, she<br />

said.<br />

“It’s without doubt<br />

Cantabrians are kind and<br />

caring which is why they make<br />

such a significant impact on the<br />

work we do to support older<br />

people.’’<br />

A range of roles needed to<br />

be filled. Mini-van drivers and<br />

assistants were required to<br />

help transport people to day<br />

programmes, serve meals and<br />

refreshments, and to join in on<br />

activities at the programmes<br />

themselves.<br />

Said Jordan: “Our volunteers<br />

are wonderful people who form<br />

part of the Presbyterian Support<br />

‘family’ and they are incredibly<br />

generous in giving their time<br />

and effort to helping our Enliven<br />

members.<br />

“So I would encourage anyone<br />

who has a little spare time to<br />

contact us about becoming a<br />

volunteer.”<br />

Enliven ensures all older<br />

New Zealanders have access<br />

to community-based support,<br />

activities to join in with, and<br />

safe, healthy independence at<br />

home.<br />

As well as delivering its own<br />

services, Family Works also<br />

delivered programmes on<br />

behalf of the Ministry of Social<br />

Development and the Ministry<br />

of Justice to ensure children felt<br />

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Friday, 10am-11am<br />

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Scrabble Club<br />

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Tuesday, 1-2.45pm, at Parklands,<br />

Wednesday, 1.30-3.30pm, at Shirley<br />

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Friday, noon-2pm, at Parklands,<br />

Tuesday, 10am-1pm, at Shirley and<br />

Linwood<br />

Linwood, Parklands and Shirley<br />

libraries<br />

A justice of the peace will be<br />

available to witness signatures and<br />

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affirmations, as well as sign citizenship<br />

or rates rebates applications.<br />

Rotary Market<br />

Sunday, 8.30am-12.30pm<br />

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St<br />

A variety of stalls will be available,<br />

including fresh produce, jams and<br />

preserves, and recycled clothing,<br />

books and tools. Every fine Sunday,<br />

with all proceeds supporting the local<br />

community. For site inquiries, phone<br />

Vance at 022 382 0086.<br />

Citizens Advice Bureau<br />

Tuesday, 11am-2pm<br />

Linwood Library<br />

Citizens Advice Bureau provides<br />

free and confidential advice. They<br />

take the time to listen and equip you<br />

with the information and support<br />

that fit your needs. Phone 366 6490.<br />

North Beach Bridge Club<br />

Wednesday, 1-4pm<br />

St Andrews Anglican Church, Marriott’s<br />

Rd, North New Brighton<br />

Go along and join other friendly<br />

members of the bridge club, who meet<br />

every Wednesday. Phone Margaret<br />

Keall at 382 0274 for more information.<br />

South Brighton Voices Choir<br />

Wednesday, 7.30-9.30pm<br />

New Brighton Methodist Church<br />

If you love singing, go along and<br />

join the friendly choir each Wednesday.<br />

New members, especially tenors<br />

and basses, are welcome. Reading<br />

music is helpful, but not essential.<br />

Phone 388 3727 for more information.<br />

Not-for-profit organisations can<br />

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Online store next step for<br />

specialist footwear shop<br />

Just over a year since the doors first opened, The<br />

Shoe Room in Upper Riccarton is about to launch a<br />

new service for customers – an online store.<br />

Owned by podiatrist Charlotte Russell, who<br />

also owns and operates the podiatry clinic Feet<br />

First, The Shoe Room was part of the clinic before<br />

increasing demand for fashionable, functional<br />

footwear prompted her to open the specialist shop<br />

in December 2019.<br />

“The online store is the next ‘big thing’ for us,<br />

and it means that a much wider customer base<br />

will have access to our extensive range,” Charlotte<br />

says.<br />

Customers logging on to the online store will find<br />

photographs of the shoes taken from every angle<br />

as well as information on the designs and materials<br />

used to make them. A size guide on the website<br />

shows how to measure feet, which Charlotte<br />

encourages people to use so they can be sure of<br />

ordering the right size.<br />

The Shoe Room stocks a number of leading<br />

international footwear brands, and the range has<br />

recently been extended with the addition of the<br />

popular Ziera brand. Also, in addition to Propét, the<br />

store now stocks the Dr Comfort range of medical<br />

footwear.<br />

While The Shoe Room’s main focus is on<br />

women’s footwear, the men’s range is also being<br />

expanded, Charlotte says.<br />

Business has grown steadily over the last 12<br />

months, both through word of mouth and with<br />

customers returning to purchase second and third<br />

pairs of shoes, which Charlotte says is largely due<br />

to the service her staff provides.<br />

“That’s our point of difference. Shop manager<br />

Maxine and shop assistant Carol are very friendly<br />

and welcoming and are able to build a rapport with<br />

customers by providing that all-important personal<br />

service and making sure customers get shoes that<br />

fit correctly, are comfortable and look nice on their<br />

feet.”<br />

The Shoe Room’s online store will go live in<br />

February, a fitting complement to the physical<br />

store, which is located at Unit 3, 355 Riccarton<br />

Road, opposite the Lone Star.<br />

Opening hours are Monday 10am-5.30pm,<br />

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 9.30am-5.30pm,<br />

Thursday 9.30am-5.30pm with late night Tuesday<br />

by appointment only, Saturday 10am-4pm.<br />

However, the online store will be open 24/7.<br />

The Shoe Room looks forward to meeting all of<br />

your footwear requirements.<br />

Carol, left, and Maxine provide the all-important<br />

personal service for The Shoe Room customers<br />

The Shoe Room is located at Unit 3, 355 Riccarton Road, opposite the Lone Star.<br />

Opening hours are Monday 10am-5.30pm, Tuesday to Friday 9.30am-5.30pm,<br />

Saturday 10am-4pm, Tuesday late night by arrangement. Off street parking available.<br />

P. (03) 929 0927 E. info@theshoeroom.co.nz www.theshoeroom.co.nz<br />

Fashionable • Functional • Footwear


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Thursday <strong>January</strong> <strong>28</strong> <strong>2021</strong> 3<br />

Plans released for housing complex<br />

A NEW housing complex is<br />

planned for St Albans, replacing<br />

20 old and cold units that were<br />

demolished to make way for the<br />

development in December.<br />

The Ōtautahi Community<br />

Housing Trust plans to build 33<br />

modern, green building-rated<br />

homes on Coles Pl as part of<br />

its continued drive to improve<br />

the city’s community housing<br />

stock.<br />

ŌCHT has applied to the city<br />

council for resource consent, and<br />

an application<br />

for building<br />

consent will<br />

follow.<br />

Neighbours<br />

will be kept<br />

up-to-date<br />

Cate Kearney<br />

with progress<br />

as the proposal<br />

develops,<br />

the trust says.<br />

All tenants from the old units<br />

were rehoused in other ŌCHT<br />

communities in November,<br />

well before work to prepare the<br />

site for the construction of the<br />

new one, two, three and fourbedroom<br />

units began.<br />

Some of the relocated tenants<br />

lived in their community for<br />

many years. Where possible,<br />

long-term tenants may have the<br />

option of returning to Coles Pl.<br />

ŌCHT chief executive Cate<br />

Kearney said the trust aims<br />

NEW HOMES: An artist’s impression of how the Coles Pl housing complex will look.<br />

to reduce homelessness in<br />

Christchurch with new homes<br />

that blend in with other modern,<br />

developments.<br />

“We’d really hope that communities<br />

understand that social<br />

and community housing is needed<br />

more now than ever, and in<br />

all suburbs, especially as we see<br />

the impact of the housing shortage,<br />

high rentals and the lingering<br />

effects of the Covid-19 response<br />

on the number of people<br />

in need of a home,” she said.<br />

The Ministry of Social Development’s<br />

Social Housing Register<br />

routinely has more than 1000<br />

applicants waiting for housing in<br />

the Christchurch city area.<br />

ŌCHT commercial and development<br />

manager Ed Leeson said<br />

the new, two-storey units will be<br />

a home for a range of tenants,<br />

from single people to families.<br />

They will be designed to<br />

achieve the New Zealand Green<br />

Building Council’s Homestar 6<br />

rating, at a standard that is at or<br />

above those set in New Zealand<br />

building code.<br />

Modern materials, passive solar<br />

design and high-spec insulation<br />

will help make them homes<br />

that are environmentally sound<br />

and cheaper to run, Leeson said.<br />

Outside the homes, the surrounding<br />

area includes landscaped<br />

communal green areas<br />

and gardens, roading and parking<br />

are designed for safety and<br />

people-friendly spaces.<br />

“This is going to be a<br />

lovely site with very attractive<br />

landscaping, green spaces, communal<br />

areas and fruit trees,” said<br />

Leeson.<br />

“It used to be home to old<br />

units that were past their usedby<br />

date. We plan to deliver new<br />

homes that enhance the best use<br />

of our land and wider community.”<br />

ŌCHT provided 59 new<br />

homes last year and will open<br />

another 30 when the first stage<br />

of the three stage, 90-home<br />

Brougham St development is<br />

officially opened tomorrow.<br />

“As a landlord, ŌCHT is<br />

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“But that is just part of the<br />

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been part of Christchurch for 90<br />

years and with our new homes<br />

we aspire to enhance the lives<br />

of our tenants and the community<br />

around them.”<br />

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Thursday <strong>January</strong> <strong>28</strong> <strong>2021</strong> 5<br />

Learn how to minimise waste<br />

• From page 1<br />

“It’s a great learning<br />

opportunity and students come<br />

away with a better understanding<br />

of the importance of waste<br />

reduction and recovering<br />

resources rather than disposing<br />

of them to landfill.’’<br />

Other free city council Learning<br />

Through Action programmes<br />

focus on sustainability, climate<br />

change, biodiversity, geology, water<br />

conservation, Civil Defence<br />

and local government.<br />

“With all of the programmes,<br />

the goal is to provide students<br />

with authentic, hands-on learning<br />

opportunities,’’ said Russell.<br />

Students examine stream<br />

invertebrates as part of the Fresh<br />

Water Frolicking programme.<br />

For example, students go ponddipping<br />

to identify a range of<br />

stream invertebrates and explore<br />

the wider food chains and life<br />

cycles.<br />

They consider the importance<br />

of freshwater biodiversity and<br />

investigate the impact of human<br />

choices on the sustainability of<br />

our eco-systems.<br />

In the Native Nurturing<br />

programme, students explore<br />

the contrasting landscapes of the<br />

Port Hills at Victoria Park. They<br />

discover how the unique Port<br />

Hills environment has changed<br />

over time and take a multisensory<br />

walk through podocarp<br />

forest.<br />

The students get up close and<br />

personal with pests to consider<br />

PRACTICAL:<br />

Mairehau High<br />

School students<br />

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lessons this<br />

year on how to<br />

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waste.<br />

PHOTO:<br />

NEWSLINE<br />

their impact on native and endemic<br />

species, and they have the<br />

opportunity to learn about tracking<br />

and trapping methods used<br />

by park rangers.<br />

“In the past five years we have<br />

worked with around 200 schools<br />

in Christchurch, helping them<br />

give their students learning experiences<br />

outside the classroom,’’<br />

said Russell.<br />

“Last year 7<strong>28</strong>3 students<br />

from more than 70 schools<br />

participated in our Learning<br />

Through Action programmes.<br />

That is fewer than in previous<br />

years due to the COVID-19<br />

lockdown. In a typical year<br />

between 10,000 and 11,000<br />

students benefit from our<br />

programmes.’’<br />

Challenge to get<br />

people cycling<br />

SIGN language interpreter and<br />

mother-of-two Amy Hewgill<br />

loves taking her kids for a spin<br />

on her bike.<br />

“I find it far more relaxing<br />

than going by car and the kids<br />

really enjoy the ride. We chat<br />

about the things we see<br />

along the way and it is<br />

lots of fun,’’ she said.<br />

Hewgill is one of<br />

thousands to participate<br />

in the Aotearoa<br />

Bike Challenge, which<br />

takes off next month.<br />

Organised by the<br />

New Zealand Transport<br />

Agency, Love to Ride and<br />

the city council, the challenge<br />

is a free competition that encourages<br />

people to experience<br />

first-hand the joys and benefits<br />

of riding a bike.<br />

Workplaces, clubs and groups<br />

can take part in the challenge,<br />

earning points for every person<br />

they sign-up and for every<br />

kilometre, and every day, that<br />

participants ride.<br />

People can also sign up for<br />

the challenge as individuals.<br />

Hewgill has taken part for the<br />

past two years and was keen to<br />

clock-up more consecutive days<br />

on her bike this time around.<br />

Amy Hewgill<br />

She took up cycling about<br />

four years ago after the birth of<br />

her second child because she<br />

wanted to get fit.<br />

Now she’s hooked, using her<br />

bike regularly to take her kids<br />

to school and pre-school before<br />

journeying onto work.<br />

Last year, Christchurch<br />

companies dominated<br />

the Aotearoa Bike<br />

Challenge workplace<br />

competition, scoring<br />

more points than other<br />

workplaces of comparable<br />

size in nearly all<br />

seven categories.<br />

The city council won the category<br />

nationally for workplaces<br />

that employ 2000 or more staff.<br />

Almost 1000 of those who<br />

took part were new to cycling.<br />

“The Aotearoa Bike Challenge<br />

is a fun way to encourage<br />

people to get on a bike and give<br />

cycling a go,’’ said city council<br />

head of transport Richard<br />

Osborne.<br />

“You don’t have to commit<br />

to anything more than one<br />

10-minute bike ride, but you<br />

might find that you really enjoy<br />

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Thursday <strong>January</strong> <strong>28</strong> <strong>2021</strong> 7<br />

KIWIBANK LOCAL HERO AWARDS<br />

Work with music therapy earns Wade medal<br />

• By Ella Somers<br />

KIMBERLEY WADE, founder<br />

and director of Southern Music<br />

Therapy, thought it was a hoax<br />

when she found out she had<br />

been made a Kiwibank Local<br />

Hero medallist for her work as<br />

a registered neurologic music<br />

therapist.<br />

However, she said it was “really<br />

lovely to be valued by someone<br />

other than my husband and my<br />

mum. Someone investigated<br />

and appreciated what I’ve done<br />

and thought it was cool, so that’s<br />

pretty special.”<br />

Wade grew up in Hawkes<br />

Bay in a musical family and<br />

studied psychology and classical<br />

singing at Victoria University.<br />

She considered becoming a<br />

clinical psychologist but<br />

“wanted to add the music in<br />

there somewhere.”<br />

After meeting a music therapist<br />

and learning about music therapy,<br />

Wade realised it was a career she<br />

wanted to pursue. She auditioned<br />

and got into Victoria University’s<br />

master of music therapy<br />

programme and, after graduating,<br />

moved to Christchurch.<br />

Wade describes musical therapy<br />

as a tool to help with a nonmusical<br />

goal, like finger dexterity<br />

or helping with emotional<br />

expression.<br />

“We’re also working on<br />

communication, physical<br />

VALUED: Providing musical therapy for people with<br />

disabilities has earned Kimberley Wade a Kiwibank Local<br />

Hero medal for <strong>2021</strong>.<br />

rehabilitation, cognitive,<br />

emotional and social goals,” she<br />

said.<br />

Music therapy is in “quite<br />

a medical field,” Wade said,<br />

something she wishes people<br />

were more aware of.<br />

“As musical therapists, we’re<br />

providing opportunities and we<br />

think outside the box as to how<br />

music can be accessible to people<br />

with disabilities.<br />

“I love music because<br />

it’s a non-verbal way of<br />

communicating with people. It<br />

bypasses everything and gets right<br />

into your soul and provides this<br />

universal connection to people.”<br />

Wade has more than14 years<br />

experience as a neurologic<br />

music therapist and works<br />

primarily with people who have<br />

rehabilitation and neurological<br />

conditions.<br />

Said Wade: “I founded<br />

Southern Music Therapy<br />

because I liked working with<br />

people with neurological<br />

conditions. I wanted to work with<br />

stroke clients which was quite<br />

unheard of in New Zealand, not<br />

just Christchurch.”<br />

Southern Music Therapy<br />

provides a range of therapy<br />

services for people with<br />

disabilities from group work<br />

to individual sessions and<br />

now works within all the<br />

big neurological facilities in<br />

Christchurch such as Equitas, St<br />

John of God, Laura Fergusson<br />

and Burwood Hospital.<br />

As well as setting up the<br />

organisation, Wade co-founded<br />

the Cantabrainer Choir Trust<br />

with Therapy Professionals in<br />

February 2012 which is now run<br />

by the trust.<br />

The choir is for people with<br />

neurological conditions. Wade<br />

said she is really proud of what it’s<br />

done for so many people.<br />

“There was a real gap for people<br />

with neurological conditions<br />

who couldn’t afford private music<br />

therapy.<br />

“It’s a fabulous community<br />

space for people to come together<br />

and be able to do rehabilitation<br />

without it being super expensive.”<br />

A lot of Wade’s clients,<br />

especially her stroke clients, are<br />

not covered by ACC which means<br />

they have to pay privately for<br />

music therapy.<br />

“There’s never enough funding<br />

in the neurologic area and there’s<br />

never enough understanding of<br />

what musical therapy can offer,”<br />

Wade said.<br />

“I do have clients who sacrifice<br />

parts of their lifestyle in order to<br />

pay for the therapy because it’s so<br />

highly valued in their world.”<br />

It’s only after years of education<br />

and advocacy of music therapy<br />

that Wade feels more people are<br />

aware that music therapy is out<br />

there. Ideally, she wants people<br />

to know that music therapy is an<br />

option just like speech therapy or<br />

physiotherapy and to make sure<br />

it’s available to people if they need<br />

it.<br />

“In the last couple of years<br />

music therapy is becoming more<br />

recognised and more valued,” she<br />

said.<br />

“It’s definitely growing and<br />

keeping it as a quality service is<br />

very important.”<br />

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KIWIBANK LOCAL HERO AWARDS<br />

The Kiwibank Local Hero of the Year Award recognises 100 individuals across the country who strive to<br />

make their communities a better place through hard work and dedication. Included in the top 100 local<br />

hero medallists for 2020 were 12 Cantabrians. We profile those who live in Christchurch.<br />

• Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah<br />

Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah has<br />

been hailed as a hero by law<br />

enforcement, politicians and the<br />

public for his actions on March<br />

15, 2019, when he risked his<br />

life to chase down the terrorist<br />

behind the Christchurch<br />

mosque attacks. Wahabzadah<br />

was worshipping at Linwood<br />

Mosque when the killer entered<br />

the mosque and opened fire. In<br />

spite of the clear risk to his own<br />

life, he chased the offender from<br />

the room, while grabbing an<br />

Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah<br />

Eftpos machine to hurl at him.<br />

Wahabzadah’s quick thinking<br />

and bravery saved many lives<br />

and helped law enforcement to<br />

quickly identify the killer’s car<br />

and capture him.<br />

• Alice Andersen<br />

As executive director of<br />

Qtopia, Alice Andersen’s role<br />

is to celebrate, educate and<br />

advocate for New Zealand’s<br />

rainbow youth and their<br />

whānau. In the year alone she<br />

has designed, developed and<br />

Alice Andersen<br />

delivered Qtopia’s education<br />

programme to more than<br />

2000 people in Aotearoa and<br />

Australia and helped establish<br />

international best practice for<br />

how schools can support gender<br />

diverse students with her mahi<br />

alongside Christ’s College, as<br />

they supported their first out<br />

transgender student.<br />

• Erica Austin<br />

Erica Austin was nearing<br />

the end of her Masters of<br />

Architecture degree at the<br />

University of Auckland when<br />

the Christchurch earthquakes<br />

happened. She finished her<br />

degree and moved south,<br />

excited to participate in the<br />

city’s rebuild. She is interested<br />

in how cities can build ‘social<br />

architecture’ to ensure the<br />

physical environment is vibrant,<br />

inclusive, and unites and engages<br />

its inhabitants. Since arriving,<br />

Austin has thrown herself<br />

into a wide range of creative,<br />

community and entrepreneurial<br />

projects, and considers herself<br />

a “Christchurch ambassador.”<br />

She has been an invaluable<br />

member of the teams at FESTA<br />

(Festival Of Transitional<br />

Architecture), the Ministry<br />

of Awesome, Gapfiller, TEDx<br />

Christchurch, PechaKucha,<br />

the Christchurch Arts Festival,<br />

WORD Christchurch, and LINC<br />

(Leadership in Communities).<br />

• Nigel Hampton<br />

As a criminal lawyer with<br />

more than five decades of<br />

experience, Nigel Hampton has<br />

been involved with many highprofile<br />

cases, including the Pike<br />

River Royal Commission and the<br />

collapse of the CTV building.<br />

He has been chair of the New<br />

Zealand Law Practitioners<br />

Disciplinary Tribunal, was the<br />

first Disciplinary Commissioner<br />

of Counsel at the International<br />

Criminal Court at the Hague,<br />

and Chief Justice of the Kingdom<br />

of Tonga. He is a judicial officer<br />

for World Rugby and New<br />

Zealand Rugby, on the boards<br />

of charitable bodies, and is New<br />

Zealand patron of the Howard<br />

League for penal reform. He also<br />

helped establish the Criminal<br />

Cases Review Commission<br />

board, to redefine the way<br />

possible miscarriages of justice<br />

are identified.<br />

Nigel Hampton<br />

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• Kerryn Scott<br />

Youthline provides free phone<br />

counselling to thousands of<br />

young New Zealanders each year,<br />

and Kerryn Scott is one of the<br />

dedicated staff which allows this<br />

work to happen. Scott works in<br />

triage, ensuring the vulnerable<br />

youth that calls Youthline are<br />

taken care of and supporting the<br />

volunteers that answer the calls.<br />

In addition to her paid role, Scott<br />

spends many hours doing voluntary<br />

shifts, supporting the triage<br />

team at high-volume times, and<br />

is a volunteer mentor, training<br />

new Youthline volunteers. Scott<br />

constantly monitors the national<br />

roster for gaps, and regularly<br />

takes up extra shifts to ensure<br />

that young New Zealanders are<br />

able to access support when they<br />

most need it.<br />

• Mataio Brown<br />

Matt Brown’s chain of<br />

Christchurch barbershops, My<br />

Father’s Barber, are places for<br />

men to get their hair cut or beard<br />

trimmed, but also safe spaces for<br />

men to connect and unload without<br />

judgement and regularly have<br />

workshops with guest speakers,<br />

community and support, an<br />

antidote to toxic masculinity.<br />

Brown regularly offers haircuts<br />

at the Christchurch City Mission,<br />

is a mentor at Christchurch<br />

Men’s Prison, and partners with<br />

domestic-violence charities. In<br />

2018 Brown partnered with the<br />

Ministry of Social Development<br />

for the ‘It’s not OK campaign’ to<br />

increase awareness about the role<br />

of barbers in creating safe spaces<br />

for men, and recently he held a<br />

seminar at Koukourārata marae<br />

with a kaupapa of talking about<br />

men’s mental health, suicide, and<br />

family violence.<br />

Mataio Brown<br />

• Sabidah Gillespie<br />

Sabidah Gillespie is a longserving<br />

volunteer member of<br />

Shakti Ethnic Women’s Support<br />

Group in Christchurch which<br />

endeavours to raise awareness<br />

of family violence and supports<br />

women out of dangerous<br />

situations and into safety and<br />

self-reliance. After the March 15<br />

mosque attacks, Gillespie worked<br />

tirelessly with Shakti and other<br />

agencies supporting women,<br />

children and whānau who lost<br />

loved ones. She visited them,<br />

supplied them with food parcels,<br />

drove them to appointments, and<br />

connected them to agencies for<br />

necessary support. Gillespie is<br />

also a prominent member of the<br />

Canterbury Malaysian Society,<br />

an active member of Rotary Club<br />

and Multicultural Society, and<br />

is a very well-respected member<br />

of the Islamic community in<br />

Christchurch.<br />

Vicki-Anne Parker<br />

• Vicki-Anne Parker<br />

After Vicki-Anne Parker lost<br />

her house in the Christchurch<br />

earthquake, she remembers being<br />

touched by a hand-knitted redand-black<br />

scarf sent to her by a<br />

stranger living in Auckland. The<br />

effect of that small gift during<br />

a hard time was the motivation<br />

behind Parker’s charity, NZ<br />

Gifts of Love and Strength,<br />

which sources donations and<br />

provides care packages to<br />

victims of severe trauma. The<br />

organisation was established<br />

after the Christchurch mosque<br />

shootings in 2019 when Parker<br />

provided care packages and<br />

three meals a day to 31 families<br />

affected by the shootings. Since<br />

then Parker has supported New<br />

Brighton Primary pupils who lost<br />

their classrooms in a fire and a<br />

Christchurch family who suffered<br />

a fatal house fire.<br />

If you could turn back time would you change anything?<br />

I would<br />

from looking like a crime scene.<br />

Be a better mother and not wish the Or defusing a near riot over the<br />

years away.<br />

bathroom, dishes, chores, remote….<br />

Listen, learn and be patient.<br />

pretty much everything.<br />

Not work my arse off, missing the Even consoling the teenager whose<br />

special little moments we take for phone just died and they can’t find<br />

granted.<br />

the charger.<br />

STOP! And be present.<br />

That no matter what you say or do,<br />

Motherhood is brutal…<br />

its wrong.<br />

We are our own worst critics. Striving Being uncool (if only they knew just<br />

for perfection (whatever that is). We how cool we were). Yet they strive<br />

forget to applaud the tantrum we to be us.<br />

survived without wanting to commit Today my children have grown and<br />

murder.<br />

having children of their own. Though<br />

The fact that we worked a 40hr week, it seemed like yesterday they were all<br />

cooked dinners, homework, held a screaming and pulling on my apron<br />

civilised conversation with the hubby, strings.<br />

whilst managing to keep the house I miss it...<br />

I am a married mother of three and fortunate enough to live in sunny Nelson,<br />

South Island in New Zealand. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual<br />

Arts and Design in 2010. I have sketched for as long as I can remember, I find<br />

it a nice break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. I was introduced<br />

to screen printing in Art School and use this process in my art practice as<br />

well as teaching printing techniques from my home studio. Screen printing<br />

has become a tool for me to push my work further and extend beyond the<br />

confinements of drawing. I have exhibited, curated and tutored in the Nelson<br />

Bays region, winning and being selected for many local art awards.<br />

Lisa Grennell<br />

30 <strong>January</strong> - 23 February <strong>2021</strong><br />

Main Rd, Little River | 03 325 1944 | art@littlerivergallery.com


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Frame Bed<br />

Mattress not included.<br />

ONLY<br />

$300<br />

Solid<br />

Timber<br />

Free<br />

Standing<br />

Mirror<br />

WAS $169<br />

ONLY<br />

$129<br />

Bedside Cabinet<br />

With metal runners.<br />

Also available in Black.<br />

7 Drawer<br />

Scotch Chest<br />

1140x800x410.<br />

Also available in black.<br />

Midi 7 Drawer<br />

Scotch Chest<br />

975x760x410. With metal runners.<br />

Also available in Black.<br />

Lowboy 6 Drawer<br />

1130x410x820.<br />

7 Drawer TV/<br />

DVD Chest<br />

760x1140x410. (Gap 150)<br />

Duchess<br />

with<br />

Mirror<br />

1090x410x820<br />

NZ made.<br />

Large<br />

690H x<br />

460W x<br />

410 D<br />

$179<br />

Small<br />

510H x<br />

460W x<br />

410 D<br />

$140<br />

ONLY<br />

$329<br />

ONLY<br />

$299<br />

ONLY<br />

$499 eACh<br />

ONLY<br />

$329<br />

ONLY<br />

$599<br />

Jumbo 4<br />

Drawer Chest<br />

1140x800x400. NZ made.<br />

Metal runners. Also available in black.<br />

Tallboy 4 Drawer<br />

600x400x900.<br />

Towerboy 6 Drawer<br />

1260x460x410.<br />

With metal<br />

runners.<br />

Also available<br />

in Black.<br />

headboards - Padded<br />

7 Piece<br />

Dining<br />

Suite<br />

1500x900<br />

emma 5 piece<br />

dining suite<br />

ONLY<br />

$299<br />

ONLY<br />

$220<br />

ONLY<br />

$249<br />

King & Super King<br />

ONLY<br />

$499<br />

Queen Size<br />

ONLY<br />

$399<br />

ONLY<br />

$749<br />

ONLY<br />

$549<br />

White Shelving units<br />

Tall 1980H x 800w x 300<br />

Medium 1600H x 800w x 300.<br />

Zig Zag<br />

Large<br />

Bookcase<br />

Nest of Tables<br />

Glass Top Dining Suites<br />

Medium<br />

$199<br />

Tall<br />

$249<br />

1100x<br />

330x<br />

2000H<br />

ONLY<br />

$499<br />

ONLY<br />

$149<br />

7 piece sets<br />

$499<br />

5 piece sets<br />

$399<br />

Bedside Cabinet<br />

620H x 400 x 320<br />

Legacy Bedside<br />

Cabinet<br />

Coffee Tables<br />

1200 x 650 x 400H<br />

ONLY<br />

$199<br />

White hall Table<br />

1050 x 760H x 420.<br />

Butcher’s Block<br />

Work bench with wheels & cupboard<br />

+ drawer. 680 x 580 x 870H.<br />

Student Desk<br />

Available in black or white.<br />

1000w x 690h x 500d<br />

ONLY<br />

$99<br />

$129<br />

1200 x 550 x 430H<br />

ONLY<br />

$149<br />

ONLY<br />

$349<br />

ONLY<br />

$399<br />

ONLY<br />

$349<br />

Legacy 11 Drawer Chest<br />

1200x1220x420<br />

entertainment Unit<br />

1100x400x480.<br />

Glass<br />

entertainment<br />

Unit<br />

1000x380x450H.<br />

Tundra<br />

entertainment Units<br />

White 2 Drawer<br />

entertainment Unit<br />

1115 x 480H x 400D<br />

1600x420x450<br />

$599<br />

$699<br />

ONLY<br />

$299<br />

ONLY<br />

$199<br />

1300x420x450<br />

$499<br />

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