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THURSDAY, APRIL 1, <strong>2021</strong><br />

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LONG-AWAITED work to<br />

improve safety for all road users<br />

at a busy intersection along<br />

Cashmere Rd will start this<br />

month.<br />

City council planning and<br />

delivery manager Lynette<br />

Ellis said construction on the<br />

Cashmere, Hoon Hay and<br />

Worsleys Rds intersection will<br />

take four months.<br />

“We’re realigning the<br />

intersection so vehicles can<br />

cross directly from Hoon<br />

Hay Rd to Worsleys Rd, and<br />

installing traffic lights and<br />

pedestrian signals,” said Ellis.<br />

“This is a busy intersection<br />

with a high number of cyclists<br />

and motorists. This area is also<br />

the entrance to the Christchurch<br />

Adventure Park and the new<br />

Cashmere Estate subdivision.’’<br />

The city council has contracted<br />

HEB Construction<br />

to carry out the intersection<br />

improvements.<br />

Upgrades at the intersection<br />

will include re-aligning the intersection<br />

to accommodate traffic<br />

lights, constructing speed humps<br />

in the surrounding streets as a<br />

traffic calming measure, planting<br />

native trees and new road<br />

landscape gardens.<br />

“The new traffic signals will<br />

make it easier and safer for<br />

SOON UNDER WAY: Work will start this month to upgrade the busy Cashmere, Hoon Hay and Worsleys Rds<br />

intersection.<br />

pedestrians to cross the road at<br />

this intersection,” said Ellis.<br />

“As expected with a project of<br />

this scale, there will be disruption<br />

to traffic while we reconstruct<br />

the intersection, but we’ll<br />

have traffic management and<br />

signs in place to let you know<br />

where to go.<br />

“The Cracroft shopping<br />

centre and customer parking<br />

will remain open during<br />

construction, so keep shopping<br />

local and support your<br />

community. We know the<br />

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Thursday <strong>April</strong> 1 <strong>2021</strong> 3<br />

Work under way on Hornets’ building<br />

• By Chris Barclay<br />

IT’S FINALLY game on at the<br />

site of the new Halswell Hornets<br />

rugby league club headquarters,<br />

thanks to a vital funding<br />

injection for the $2 million<br />

project.<br />

Work has recently got under<br />

way on a former car park at<br />

Halswell Domain, more than<br />

a decade after the original<br />

clubrooms were<br />

damaged by the<br />

earthquakes.<br />

Protracted discussions<br />

with the<br />

club’s insurance<br />

company delayed<br />

Jeff<br />

Whittaker<br />

the start of the<br />

multi-purpose<br />

building, while<br />

the eventual payout<br />

still left a $400,000 shortfall.<br />

Hornets vice-president Jeff<br />

Whittaker said assistance from<br />

the Lottery Grants Board, the<br />

Rata Foundation and Canterbury<br />

West Coast Air Rescue<br />

Trust over the last three months<br />

got the rebuild over the line.<br />

“If they hadn’t come on board<br />

to help we basically couldn’t<br />

have got a loan or refinance to<br />

pay the loan back to build the<br />

clubrooms,” Whittaker said.<br />

He hoped the new clubrooms,<br />

which will also be utilised by<br />

softball, touch rugby and possibly<br />

netball, should be completed<br />

by Christmas or the New Year.<br />

When the new building is<br />

ready the original must be demolished.<br />

In the interim the Hornets<br />

also had to build a storage room/<br />

gym and changing sheds at the<br />

Domain, costs that diminished<br />

the insurance payout.<br />

“It’s been quite sad in one<br />

way,” Whittaker said.<br />

“We were totally freehold,<br />

we were insured. Then it was<br />

costing $20,000 (a year) to<br />

insure the clubrooms, storage<br />

and changing sheds. We were<br />

basically nearly going broke as a<br />

voluntary organisation that was<br />

pretty much only open Saturday<br />

afternoon’s after footy.”<br />

He credited devoted club<br />

members for raising the funds to<br />

cover those costs.<br />

“The old brigade, our life<br />

members have worked their<br />

butts off to raise funds to get the<br />

clubrooms up and running,” he<br />

said.<br />

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BUZZ: The<br />

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rooms are<br />

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Domain<br />

thanks to<br />

a funding<br />

boost.<br />

“They were running raffles on<br />

a Thursday, Friday and Saturday<br />

nights at the (Craythornes)<br />

Halswell Tavern (Craythornes)<br />

and doing barbecues just to raise<br />

enough money to pay the insurance.”<br />

Whittaker hoped the new<br />

clubrooms would be used<br />

throughout the week by sporting<br />

and community organisations.<br />

“We want the community to<br />

be part of it. It’ll be a big project<br />

once it’s up and running to see<br />

what we can do that way.”<br />

Library to close<br />

temporarily,<br />

service desk<br />

running<br />

LINWOOD LIBRARY will close<br />

and the customer service desk will<br />

relocate for three weeks from this<br />

Sunday so that improvements can<br />

be made to the facility.<br />

“When Linwood Library and<br />

customer service centre reopens<br />

on <strong>April</strong> 27, visitors will be able to<br />

enjoy new furnishing, décor and<br />

a modified layout that will better<br />

suit their needs,” said city council<br />

head of libraries and information<br />

Carolyn Robertson.<br />

Customer services will continue<br />

to operate while the library is<br />

closed.<br />

The desk will relocate to a spot<br />

directly opposite the Linwood<br />

Library entrance inside Eastgate<br />

Mall. It will keep its usual hours<br />

from Monday to Friday, 9am-<br />

5pm.<br />

“During the library’s temporary<br />

three-week closure, people can<br />

return borrowed items to any<br />

library in our network. Reserved<br />

items will be made available at<br />

the nearby Shirley Library, unless<br />

customers request otherwise,’’<br />

Robertson said<br />

The closest libraries for<br />

Linwood residents are the Aranui<br />

Library, Shirley Library and<br />

Tūranga. All are open seven days<br />

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Air Force vet sponsors student for solo flight<br />

WHEN AIR Force veteran<br />

Derrick Hubbard flew solo<br />

on his 90th birthday with the<br />

Canterbury Recreational<br />

Aircraft Club, he and his now<br />

late wife, Vera, decided to pay it<br />

forward.<br />

Now 94, the Summerset at<br />

Wigram retirement village<br />

resident and his wife of 70 years<br />

wanted to sponsor a young<br />

person to experience the same<br />

opportunity.<br />

Derrick, originally from<br />

England, joined the Royal Air<br />

Force as an aircraft apprentice at<br />

RAF Halton in 1943.<br />

After serving as an engineer<br />

alongside some Kiwis in No 24<br />

Squadron during World War 2,<br />

it cemented his desire to move to<br />

New Zealand, which happened<br />

in 1958.<br />

He later joined the RNZAF<br />

where he served for 24 years.<br />

Amid the height of Covid-19<br />

and following his wife’s death<br />

last year, Derrick approached<br />

CRAC flying instructor, Dave<br />

Mitchell, and Air Force Museum<br />

of New Zealand education<br />

officer, Chris Davey, to seek out a<br />

deserving young trainee pilot.<br />

After a rigorous application<br />

process, 16-year-old Rangiora<br />

High School student Armani<br />

Hansen received funding from<br />

Derrick and Vera for lessons on<br />

how to achieve a solo flight.<br />

Armani has had a passion<br />

for flight from a young age and<br />

was already working part-time<br />

at the Rangiora New World<br />

supermarket to save for his longterm<br />

goal to become a pilot.<br />

He was also selected for a<br />

Gateway Aviation programme at<br />

high school to enhance his flight<br />

theory knowledge.<br />

OPPORTUNITY:<br />

Air Force veteran<br />

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94, and his<br />

late wife, Vera,<br />

sponsored<br />

Armani Hansen,<br />

16, to achieve his<br />

first solo flight. ​<br />

Flight instructor Mitchell put<br />

Armani through his paces in<br />

weekly flying lessons. At the<br />

Rangiora Airfield last week<br />

Armani was scheduled for a<br />

further flying lesson.<br />

As with most trainee pilots,<br />

he had no prior warning of his<br />

solo flight, as it is only when<br />

the student is deemed ready by<br />

the instructor who gives the goahead<br />

to take off on their own.<br />

With Armani’s family<br />

secretly escorted into the CRAC<br />

clubrooms, the group watched<br />

as Mitchell instructed Armani<br />

through “touch and go”<br />

circuits, before taxiing to the<br />

clubrooms.<br />

“I told him we were taxiing<br />

back to the threshold for another<br />

take-off, and when near the<br />

clubhouse I added – ‘but this<br />

time you are doing it on your<br />

own. I am getting out now’,”<br />

Mitchell said.<br />

With Derrick watching from<br />

his home at Summerset via video<br />

call, Armani took off and did a<br />

circuit of the airfield, with an<br />

empty seat next to him.<br />

As he executed “a textbook<br />

landing,” he finally spotted his<br />

family next to the clubhouse.<br />

Said Armani: “It was a very<br />

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forget. When Dave got off the<br />

plane and said I was going to<br />

go up solo, I couldn’t keep the<br />

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was nerve-racking; the thought<br />

of knowing that I would be at<br />

1200ft all alone.<br />

“Thank you so much to<br />

Derrick for giving me the<br />

Hubbard flying opportunity<br />

– I will be forever grateful.<br />

Thanks to Chris for all of your<br />

organising and for choosing me,<br />

and to Dave for getting me ready<br />

to go solo.”<br />

Said Armani’s mother Serena:<br />

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Thursday <strong>April</strong> 1 <strong>2021</strong> 5<br />

Contractor soon sought for<br />

Bromley redevelopment<br />

THE CITY council is on track<br />

to have a contract awarded for<br />

the redevelopment of an odorous<br />

organics processing plant in<br />

Bromley by the middle of the<br />

year.<br />

Late last year the city council<br />

decided to spend $21.5 million<br />

redeveloping the plant to remove<br />

the possibility of offensive and<br />

objectionable dust and odour<br />

travelling beyond the facility’s<br />

boundary.<br />

It comes after the city council<br />

was served an abatement notice<br />

from Environment Canterbury in<br />

February requiring that it must<br />

stop discharging the offensive<br />

odour by January next year.<br />

This week the procurement<br />

plan for the project was approved<br />

by the city council’s finance and<br />

performance committee, clearing<br />

the way for a request for proposal<br />

to be released in the coming<br />

weeks to selected contractors.<br />

“We expect to be in a position<br />

to select a preferred contractor<br />

for the redevelopment in June<br />

and to have the contract finalised<br />

in July,’’ said city council resource<br />

recovery manager Ross Trotter.<br />

“We will then be in a position<br />

to give the community firm timelines<br />

for when work will begin<br />

and how long it is likely to take<br />

to complete the redevelopment<br />

work.<br />

“It is our expectation that work<br />

will begin on site this year.’’<br />

The redevelopment will involve<br />

upgrading 18 aerated tunnels<br />

where organic waste is turned<br />

into compost, building a new,<br />

fully-ventilated structure to<br />

enclose the outside area where<br />

compost is matured and screened<br />

and upgrading the biofilter.<br />

A community meeting where<br />

Bromley residents can ask questions<br />

about the redevelopment of<br />

the organics processing plant will<br />

be held at ECan’s Tuam St offices<br />

on <strong>April</strong> 6, 6.30-8pm.<br />

ECan staff, the city council<br />

and Living Earth will be at the<br />

meeting to answer residents’<br />

questions.<br />

New Linwood pool on track<br />

for end of year opening<br />

LINWOOD’S NEW pool<br />

complex is starting to take shape.<br />

The walls and roof of Te Pou<br />

Toetoe: Linwood Pool have<br />

gone up and contractors, Apollo<br />

Projects Ltd, are now focusing<br />

on constructing the inside of the<br />

$22 million complex.<br />

All the pools are in place and<br />

the rooms are now being built.<br />

There will be a multi-use 25m<br />

lane pool, a deep-water manu/<br />

splash pool, a family spa pool,<br />

learn-to-swim pool, and a pool<br />

for toddlers and water deck. It<br />

will also have community meeting<br />

rooms and a kitchen.<br />

“Work on the facility is progressing<br />

really well and we’re on<br />

track to have it open later this<br />

year,’’ city council head of recreation,<br />

sports and events Nigel<br />

Cox said.<br />

“We’ve started recruiting for<br />

team leaders for the facility and<br />

will advertise for frontline workers<br />

– lifeguards, fitness instructors<br />

and customer service people<br />

– in May and June.<br />

“We’re taking bookings now.<br />

RESOURCE: Construction of the new Linwood swimming<br />

pool is progressing.<br />

Any groups that we haven’t<br />

already spoken to who are<br />

interested in booking space at Te<br />

Pou Toetoe when it opens should<br />

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interest. This will help us plan<br />

how Te Pou Toetoe operates.<br />

“Later this year, we will also<br />

start taking bookings for<br />

Swimsmart lessons at Te Pou<br />

Toetoe,’’ Cox said.<br />

Linwood College at Ōtākaro<br />

principal Richard Edmundson<br />

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toured Te Pou Toetoe last week.<br />

“How exciting to see such a<br />

community-building resource<br />

in the heart of our community,”<br />

Edmundson said.<br />

“Our children will really enjoy<br />

and receive good learning from<br />

Te Pou Toetoe, and then to hear<br />

that the city council wishes to<br />

employ local members of the<br />

community as staff for this facility<br />

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Thursday <strong>April</strong> 1 <strong>2021</strong> 7<br />

ESTUARY MATTERS<br />

Fussy plant that has links to Captain Cook<br />

The Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust<br />

is a non-profit organisation formed to<br />

protect one of New Zealand’s most<br />

important coastal wetlands. Each week,<br />

board members will discuss matters<br />

regarding the estuary, its rich history<br />

and what makes it unique. This week<br />

manager Tanya Jenkins writes about a<br />

trial to save native grass from extinction<br />

THE ESTUARY trust is not<br />

just encouraging estuary and<br />

wetland restoration projects<br />

for the protection of the<br />

many bird species we can<br />

find there.<br />

Healthy and thriving<br />

native plants are equally<br />

important, for example.<br />

Let’s look at a historically<br />

famous plant – the Cook’s<br />

Scurvy Grass, or known by<br />

its Maori name “Nau.”<br />

One of the famous stories<br />

of Captain James Cook was<br />

his ability to keep his crew<br />

relatively healthy by feeding<br />

them “greens” to ward off<br />

scurvy that killed so many<br />

sailors at the time.<br />

Captain Cook was<br />

renowned for his leadership<br />

skills, and in particular for<br />

sailing around the world<br />

without losing a single<br />

man to scurvy, for which he<br />

won the Copley Medal in<br />

1776.<br />

He understood that fresh<br />

food, and in particular fresh<br />

greens, acted as an antiscorbutic<br />

in keeping away<br />

the scurvy disease.<br />

Captain Cook and many<br />

other earlier sailors used to<br />

harvest huge amounts of<br />

this plant from New Zealand<br />

coastal areas.<br />

But due to coastal<br />

development, introduced<br />

plants and animals, this<br />

endemic (only found in<br />

NZ) plant is now classed as<br />

“threatened” and found only<br />

sporadically throughout the<br />

country.<br />

In fact, now such a<br />

concern for the threat of<br />

its extinction, that the<br />

Department of Conservation<br />

prepared a Threatened Plant<br />

Recovery Plan in 1998.<br />

By trialling the<br />

reintroduction of this plant<br />

in a number of potentially<br />

suitable areas it is hoped<br />

that it will re-establish<br />

itself.<br />

Now, why is the estuary<br />

trust so keen to share this<br />

information?<br />

Because we are so proud<br />

to be able to share that this<br />

plant has been introduced in<br />

the Charlesworth Wetland<br />

Reserve by DOC as a trial,<br />

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thrive here.<br />

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spreading.<br />

This fussy plant needs<br />

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areas, no competition from<br />

introduced weeds, and<br />

it needs to be occupied<br />

regularly by seabirds who<br />

leave the plant lots of guana,<br />

or bird poo, to feed on.<br />

The restored Charlesworth<br />

Wetland islands are now<br />

able to provide all this.<br />

The grass Captain Cook used to gather to help prevent scurvy on his<br />

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Thursday <strong>April</strong> 1 <strong>2021</strong> 9<br />

HOME & HEATING<br />

Ground moisture barrier<br />

under low sub-floor<br />

Now with the colder and wetter weather on<br />

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Bathroom ventilation<br />

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Easter<br />

Church Services in<br />

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Hoon Hay Presbyterian Church<br />

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Maundy Thursday,<br />

1st <strong>April</strong>, 7pm<br />

A short ‘Service of<br />

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Good Friday,<br />

2nd <strong>April</strong>, 9.30am<br />

We reflect on Jesus’<br />

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Easter Sunday,<br />

4th <strong>April</strong>, 10am<br />

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Easter at the<br />

Transitional Cathedral<br />

Maundy Thursday 1 <strong>April</strong><br />

12:05pm Midday Prayer<br />

7:00pm Eucharist of the Last Supper<br />

Good Friday 2 <strong>April</strong><br />

8:30am Morning Prayer<br />

10:00am Children’s Service<br />

12:00noon Celebration of the Lord’s Passion<br />

Holy Saturday 3 <strong>April</strong><br />

12:noon: Midday Prayer<br />

9:00pm The Great Vigil with the First<br />

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Latimer Square<br />

Presbyterian<br />

Methodist<br />

Easter<br />

@ Opawa<br />

Community<br />

Church<br />

Good Friday - 9.30am -<br />

“Why Did Jesus Have To Die?”<br />

Easter Sunday - 10.00am -<br />

“Why The Resurrection”<br />

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Cnr Opawa Road & Ainsley Tce<br />

Help us help the community<br />

158 Opawa Rd<br />

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10am - 4 pm Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday<br />

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