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THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2021

Connecting Your Local Community

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Young gardening

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Crusaders keep

environment

in mind

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The portable hoops at St

James School were no longer fit

for purpose, so the Christ’s College

senior A basketball team

raised just over $1000 in partnership

with the Canterbury

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and the Canterbury Rams.

Due to the sport’s growing

popularity within the school,

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the importance of ensuring

the Covid-19 recovery doesn’t

overshadow progress on

regenerating assets in the eastern

suburbs.

In its submission for the city

council’s draft 2021-2031 long

term plan, the board outlined a

number of priorities that need to

be addressed, determining how

funding should be allocated.

The budget focuses on how the

city council can deliver its services

better while keeping rates

increases affordable, particularly

when responding to climate

change and the pandemic.

In spite of an array of completed

assets such as He Puna

Taimoana and the New Brighton

Clock Tower, the board did not

want long-standing issues in the

area to be forgotten about.

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levels of maintenance such as

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Thursday, Tuesday, Wednesday,

10am-noon

202 Marine Pde, New Brighton

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.

JP Clinic

Friday, noon-2pm, at Parklands,

Tuesday, 10am-1pm, at Shirley and

Linwood

Linwood, Parklands and Shirley

libraries

A justice of the peace will be

available to witness signatures

and documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations, as well

as sign citizenship or rates rebates

applications.

Lions Club Fundraiser

Saturday, March 27, 9am-1pm

104 New Brighton Mall

The Lions Club of New Brighton

will be selling pea straw and compost

next month, with 100 per cent

of proceeds going towards Lions

projects in the eastern suburbs. In

the meantime, you can place a phone

order with Neil at 021 169 7293 or

Sharon at 027 223 1227. $10 per bale

of pea straw, $10 per bag of compost.

Free delivery.

CSO Music Trails, Wednesday, 10.30-11.15am, Shirley Library. Join the

musicians of the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra as they travel around

the city’s libraries for a series of fun performances filled with song, dance

and storytelling. Catered for two to six-year-olds. Performances start at

10.30am. Free, no bookings required. ​

Rotary Market

Sunday, 8.30am-12.30pm

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

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

Vance at 022 382 0086.

Laurel and Hardy Club

Monday, 6pm

New Brighton Museum

A new Laurel and Hardy club for

fans of the classic comedy duo has

been established. Quintin Sumner

and Jim Insull will speak about the

pair’s history and will show a film. $2

donation.

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.

North Beach Bridge Club

Wednesday, 1-4pm

St Andrews Anglican Church, Marriott’s

Rd, North New Brighton

Go along and join other friendly

members of the bridge club. Every

Wednesday. Phone Margaret Keall at

382 0274 for more information.

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 and basses, are welcome.

Reading music is helpful, but not

essential. Phone 388 3727 for more

information.

Not-for-profit organisations

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“To the south east, Christchurch has two extinct volcanoes

(though they wobble occasionally) which are broken up with

bays, harbours, pockets of bush and farmland which has a

sparse road network and a strong sense of isolation in parts.

A fantastic area of exploration and a playground which I enjoy

and paint, sometimes from afar and sometimes from within.

I particularly enjoy painting the dry summer tussock colours

against the blues and greens of the sea water and the low sun

sparking off the water which deliver contrast and warm vibrant

colours.

I hope some of these paintings remind you of some adventure

you have had on Banks Peninsula, the smells and tranquillity

when you can sit for a moment to rest and enjoy the view.”

Born in 1959 in Christchurch New Zealand where he lives

and works, Philip works in oil, water-colour, dry-point and

monotype. His immediate environment is Christchurch, where

he lives, with its cityscapes, the Canterbury plains, the Southern

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Gardening competition’s youngest ever judge

• By Bea Gooding

AT JUST 14-years-old,

Sea-am Thompson is the

youngest ever Christchurch

Beautifying Association summer

garden competition judge.

Joining a panel of judges who

are decades in age older, he was

asked to lend his vast horticultural

expertise to judge contenders

of the Betty Hart Memorial

and Peter Lawrence Challenge

trophies.But he was barred from

considering his own pride and

joy – the eye-catching gardens at

Avon City Motel, on Main North

Rd, Redwood, owned by his

parents won the Galey Trophy

for colour impact.

These gardens were also partially

responsible for the production

of nearly 60,000 swan plants

and seeds he donated to people

who also desired to save the

monarch butterfly population.

The year 10 St Andrew’s College

student helped judge about

20 gardens across the city, covering

secret gardens and retirement

villages.

“I feel really lucky and proud

because I’m not the normal person

to be a judge,” he said.

Determining an awardwinning

garden was a huge task

itself, up against strict criteria:

Ground cover and lawn, cultivation

and maintenance, annuals

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“I didn’t want to judge them

because they were all so good,

but I knew I had to do the job, I

couldn’t be too kind on them.”

Trevor Tubman, the association’s

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said the 14-year-old was the

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The motel, where he got to

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he has,” he said.

Sea-am has been pottering

about the garden since he was

2-years-old. Born opposite the

ocean, his name in reverse - “I

am the sea” – roughly reflects his

Kaikoura upbringing.

Aside from swan plants, he

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“It’s been longer than I remember

because I can’t remember

when I started.”

His father Terry reckoned

family roots got his son into

it, being keen gardeners

themselves.

Said Sea-am: “Our motel is

really mainly about our garden,

without it, I wouldn’t have done

it as much. In Kaikoura when I

was young, I did a lot of vegetable

gardening and I was really

proud to pick all the veges and

give them away.”

When a teacher introduced

monarch butterflies at primary

See website for details

school in Kaikoura, it sealed the

deal for good.

Knowing they were plummeting

towards extinction due to

factors like climate change and

farming, he planted swan plant

seeds to encourage monarch butterflies

to reproduce.

Since then they have grown

in size and number, attracting

hundreds of butterflies to the

motel gardens and at the original

Kaikoura garden.

In three years, he has donated

thousands of plants and seeds.

Each pod sometimes contained

80 seeds.

“Butterflies can smell the scent

of swan plants from over 2 miles

away.”

Sea-am may be the youngest

gardening judge, but he also

might be one of the youngest

to keep the tradition of organ

playing alive at a time when

the number of players dwindles

nationwide.

His love for choral music

landed him a scholarship at

Cathedral Grammar and later

St Andrew’s College, resulting

in a family move to Christchurch.

Between gardening, sport,

homework and flying lessons,

Sea-am wouldn’t give any of it

up, even if it means being out of

the house 12 hours a day.

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Sense of pride

wanted in area

• From page 1

“With the New Brighton street

scaping almost completed, the rebuild

of two local surf clubs under

way and the red zone regeneration

team about to launch, there is a lot

to be grateful for and excited about

in the days ahead,” the submission

read.

“We feel this has started in

earnest, but it is important that

the Covid-19 recovery plan doesn’t

overtake our long-awaited earthquake

recovery.

“However, we acknowledge the

current financial situation that

the council finds itself in with the

Covid-19 pandemic.”

The board wants the community

to feel a sense of pride in the area

and will encourage the tidying up

of gateway roads to New Brighton.

“The community board has

consistently heard that the community

feels the council has forgotten

about the east side, and that

current maintenance levels are

not sufficient, creating a negative

perception of the area,” the submission

read.

“There were is still a real sense

of concern in the community that

the current journey into the area is

unappealing and off-putting and

would like to see this rectified.”

Submissions on the proposals

close on April 18.

Pupils benefit from community input

SKY HIGH: Christ’s College student Hunter Adam

jumps over year 6 pupil Fetu Fenika, for a slam dunk.

PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN

• From page 1

“Through the CRBF mentoring

programme, Rams player Joe Cook-

Green identified there was a need

for a new basketball backboard and

hoop at St James School,” he said.

“It has been great seeing the

Christ’s College senior A basketball

team run a fundraiser to support

this initiative and Home donating

all of the install costs and labour.

“It has been a community collaboration

which the keen St James

basketballers will enjoy in the coming

years.”

St James principal Jo Barlow said

the initiative has helped give the

pupils a “great area” to practise their

skills and develop what they learned.

“They were so excited when they

arrived at school and saw them set

up,” she said.

“We are very grateful for this

incredibly generous support of our

students and our community.”

The school also wanted to

acknowledge Home’s building partners

who have supported the installation,

including Safety First Service

Locators, Small Excavation Services

and Allied Concrete.

The CRBF mentoring and Rams

in-schools programmes at St James

involves Rams players and foundation

mentors running weekly basketball

sessions.

Firstly, with a smaller group of 10

AIM: Year 6 pupil Pearl

Mumuta takes a shot.

to 12 pupils in the mentoring programme,

and another group with

35 participating in the in-schools

programme.

The CRBF was looking forward

to installing more hoops in schools

around the city so young people

have the equipment to foster their

enjoyment of basketball and to grow

their skills.


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Thursday March 25 2021 5

Strength

in numbers

How we’re rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine

We have secured enough doses of the Pfizer vaccine for everyone

16 years and over in Aotearoa. Any vaccine’s strength is in numbers.

The more of us who get vaccinated, the stronger and safer we’ll all be.

It will give us more freedom in our daily lives, and more options for our

whānau, our businesses and our country. Because when we roll up our

own sleeves, we’re helping to protect all of us.

Here are the key facts about the Pfizer vaccine:

It’s safe

It has been approved by our own

Medsafe experts. It’s also already

been used successfully all around

the world by millions of people,

and by thousands here in

New Zealand too.

It’s effective

The Pfizer vaccine is 95%

effective when you receive

both doses.

It’s free

The vaccine will be free for

everyone in the country. We have

secured over 10 million doses of

the Pfizer vaccine. That’s enough

for all of New Zealand.

New Zealand’s vaccination rollout plan

The rollout plan for the Pfizer vaccine is simple. Everyone in the country aged 16 and over falls into

one of four groups. Firstly, we’ll protect those most at risk of picking up the virus in their workplaces

– and then those most at risk of getting seriously ill or dying from COVID-19.

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Everyone else

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More strength. More freedom. More options.

We’ll let you know when it’s your turn for the vaccine. Until then, please

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Crusaders keep environment in mind

PRE-TRAINING rituals were a

little different for some Crusaders

players who kept both the

community and the environment

in mind during a visit to Trees for

Canterbury.

Crusaders sponsor Aotea Electric

Canterbury invited players

George Bridge, Tom Sanders and

Nathan Vela along with them

during a visit to the non-profit

charity.

The players rolled up their

sleeves in the potting shed and

set about planting saplings ready

for the next community tree

planting events.

They also helped water the new

plants and moved them out into

the nursery.

Trees of Canterbury has a

strong ethos to employ, educate

and regenerate.

It has established a community

for people with disabilities and

at-risk youth, providing an environment

of acceptance as well

as support and training for selfdevelopment

and self-esteem.

Decked in Crusaders shirts,

the Trees For Canterbury team

were “very excited” to meet and

work with the three visiting team

members.

There was lots of laughter,

friendly questions and happy

banter.

“You can’t believe how excited

everyone has been this week

about the Crusaders visit. It will

literally make the year for some

of these guys,” manager Steve

Bush said.

Bush explained to the players

how the charity worked and

about the 12 community planting

events arranged throughout the

year, with the ultimate goal of

planting 2,000,000 native trees

across Canterbury.

The players were shown around

the site, with the team eager to

take photos and engage with

players. New friendships were

made and the visit ended with

hugs and signed shirts.

Aotea Electric Canterbury

sponsor both the Crusaders and

Trees for Canterbury charity. It

was heart-warming to involve

both parties in such a positive,

upbeat and memorable visit.

REGENERATE: Crusaders

Tom Sanders (second from

left), Nathan Vela and

George Bridge help Trees for

Canterbury volunteers plant

saplings. ​

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Our Values

School Update

ALOFA

MAANAKITANGA

HANGA WHARE

SERVICE

SUCCESS

Compassion,

commitment and love

ignite action

• For the learner

• For teaching and learning

• For self and others

He kai kei aku ringa

There is food at the end

of my hands

The first term of our Haeata journey

in 2021 is focussed on an exploration

of hautūtanga/leadership. Every akonga

at Haeata is expected to show

hautūtanga/leadership, but what does

true hautūtanga/leadership look like?

In the first instance it looks like a

person who knows, understands,

exhibits and personifies the Haeata

values of Alofa, Manaakitanga, Hanga

Whare, Service and Success.

Term 1 also sees a focus of the “reset,” a complete review of what

works well at Haeata and what needs revision and review. We know

that positive relationships work well, we know that absenteeism and

disengagement doesn’t. We know that curriculum underpinned by our

cultural narrative and based on local knowledge and content works well.

We know that curriculum underpinned by social media and fake news

content doesn’t. The reset has challenged us to unpick our assumptions

about how ākonga learn and focus on curriculum delivery that first and

foremost demands accountability and commitment from all participants.

A Haeata leader will take the stage in the 21st century when they leave

this kura as captains of industry, professionals, business people, politicians,

entrepreneurs, parents and providers. By focussing on personal

success, on being the best versions of ourselves, on ensuring we have the

skills and expertise required to lead we will set ourselves apart. Haeata

acknowledges that future leaders in the 21st Century require more

than an NCEA qualification, they require a keen sense of self belief, they

require cultural competencies that allow them to walk in multiple worlds

with confidence, but most importantly they must understand the importance

of hautūtanga/leadership as service.

It is in the service of others that true leadership is observed.

Kia kaha, kia toa, kia manawanui.

Dr. Peggy Burrows

Manukura

Every learner having a

sense of belonging

• Learners are at the heart of

what we do

• Mana, well-being and identity

are valued

• Every learned is welcome,

engaged and heard

Building the foundation

for ALL learners to leave

our school MORE curious

than when they arrived

• Enterprise, innovation &

curiosity provide the framework

for the daily life of our school

• We redesign constantly to meet

our changing environment

• Connected locally & globally

All learners mindful

of their unique role in

making a difference

• All learners are leaders and role

models

• All learners act with

responsibility and respect

• All learners are mindful of their

influence on the environment

• We learn from our community and

our community learns from us

Every learner crossing

the stage with dignity,

purpose and options

• High expectations of self and

others

• Is defined by Whanau, school

and students to meet the

unique needs of each learner

• We are responsible for

individual and collective

success

Polyfest 2021 Haeata Performed Proudly

Polyfest exploded on the stage in The Red Zone this year, March 13th, with

what was arguably the best performances yet. To be there was a sensational

experience of Pasifika culture. Haeata only had 10 days to practice and perform

their Pasifika routine and it was amazing to see their perseverance, skill, discipline,

inner strength and musicality under the stunning leadership of Haeata’s Head Boy,

Meshach Faafoe, along with Year 12 student Letty Senituli, and dedicated teacher,

Omai Mailei. If you have never been to Polyfest, then mark it on your calendars for

next year because it is a spectacular cacophony of rhythm, beats, singing, stomping,

hand clapping, slapping, dancing and graceful wonder. The hula is so beautiful to

Manukura Kōrero

watch and Ashburton College girls excelled in their execution. A comic shout was heard

“Bring back the girls!”, after their performance! Here we saw all that is authentically good in

our young people today. The fabulousness of skill and music, fun and talent was showcased by

schools from all over Canterbury, and Malborough.

It was not a competition in essence, but it was evident that each school was reaching new

heights of excellence and entertainment, as Shirley Boys High so ably showed with their

stunning, exuberant and highly skilled performance. They roared on stage, lifting the roof with

their routine. It was a joy to be there to witness such unity and super fast hand actions, and

choreography. The screams, shouts and applause from the audience echoed the tremendous

appreciation we all felt for their hard work and skill. But it was not only them, but

every single school that took that stage were outstanding. Every student who confidently

stood up showed mana and pride. The colour of the costumes, the excellence of the routines

and the sheer joy these youth exhibited, all point to a deep community effort that is raising

our strong and bold Pasifika tamaiti.

Helen Lord

Photo Credit: Michelle McConnell

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Chorus gears up for extravaganza

FOLLOWING a successful

recruitment drive earlier this year,

with the aim of providing women

from across the Canterbury the

opportunity to perform on stage,

internationally-acclaimed

a cappella group the Christchurch

City Chorus is looking forward

to presenting their next show on

April 10.

Joined by special guests such

as the Woolston Brass, the show

Broadway, Barbershop & Brass

with be an extravaganza of toetapping

songs from movies such

as Mission Impossible and Broadway

shows.

Songs such as Happy will

bring a smile to the faces of

young and old and be sure to

lighten hearts.

The chorus has been working

on putting the show together

since January with master director

Virginia Humphrey-Taylor and

Richard Marrett (musical director

of Jersey Boys which was in season

recently at the Court Theatre) as

their in-house coach.

Said Humphrey-Taylor: “This is

a wonderful opportunity for our

newest chorus members to join

our seasoned members on stage

for an exciting performance. We

just love sharing our musical craft

with the people of Christchurch

and all over the world through or

live stream as well.”

Tickets are available now for

Broadway, Barbershop & Brass

at www.humanatix.com to come

along in person or by live stream.

The show will be followed

just weeks later (April 29–May

1) by the National a cappella

competitions which will be held

in Christchurch this year.

New Zealand is the only Sweet

Adeline’s region in the world

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event this year.

Nominations open

to recognise special

people with awards

FOR 25 years, community

boards across the city have been

celebrating inspirational people

who help make local areas a

better place to live.

Five community boards

are now looking for new

nominations in order to

recognise those special people

who go “above and beyond,”

giving their time and energy

freely to help and support

others.

Nominations are open for the

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Banks Peninsula, Spreydon-

Cashmere, Linwood-Central-

Heathcote, Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton and Coastal-Burwood.

As the boards mark the silver

anniversary of the awards, city

council head of community

support, governance and

partnerships John Filsell

believes that it is “important to

acknowledge those often unsung

people.”

“We are asking local

communities to put forward the

names of those people who make

outstanding contributions to

their area through their actions

and willingness to look out for

others,” he said.

“Many people have really

stepped up over the past

year during one of the most

challenging periods in recent

history.

“We want to recognise those

amazing volunteers who often

support the more vulnerable,

young people and families by

taking on an extra role within

their community.”

Nominations are now open and

close at 5pm on April 16.

The five community boards

will host awards ceremonies in

June and July.

•To find out more or

apply for the community

service awards, visit https://

ccc.govt.nz/culture-andcommunity/communityawards/csa

Nomination forms are

also available from city

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