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Repurposed to honour the<br />

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The Anzac Fronds, originally<br />

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The four, freestanding frond<br />

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The fronds, made of pre-weathered<br />

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several years.<br />

In a precautionary step, workers<br />

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the 2010-11 earthquakes.<br />

Coastal-Burwood Community<br />

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the artwork marks an important<br />

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Thursday <strong>April</strong> <strong>22</strong> <strong>2021</strong> 3<br />

Public speaking trophy for Marian College<br />

ACHIEVEMENT: Archbishop Paul Martin with Marian<br />

College students who took out the top spot at a public<br />

speaking competition across the Canterbury diocese. ​<br />

MARIAN COLLEGE has<br />

won the Bishop Lyons’ Shield<br />

Competition for <strong>2021</strong>.<br />

The annual competition was<br />

held at St Thomas’ College with<br />

teams from the seven Catholic<br />

secondary schools in the Canterbury<br />

diocese competing in<br />

public speaking events for the<br />

coveted title.<br />

While the Marian College<br />

team had taken out some<br />

early points including second<br />

in impromptu speech, third in<br />

the junior prepared speech and<br />

first in senior prepared speech, it<br />

wasn’t until the final events that<br />

the students realised they might<br />

just win the competition.<br />

“We were in fourth place most<br />

of the weekend, and then when<br />

Valelia Taaso won the scripture<br />

reading, suddenly we moved into<br />

the top spot. It was then we realised,<br />

if our religious questions<br />

team got a placing, we would win<br />

the shield,” student Taylor Fasi-<br />

Fidow said.<br />

“We felt the pressure going<br />

into that,” Amy Williamson,<br />

who was part of the religious<br />

questions team said.<br />

The religious questions participants<br />

had studied hard over<br />

the past month, learning about<br />

interreligious dialogue which<br />

they say ignited a renewed passion<br />

for their faith and a fresh<br />

perspective of what it means to<br />

be Catholic in <strong>2021</strong>.<br />

“We prayed, a lot, going<br />

into the competition,” student<br />

Malaika Sequeira said.<br />

“Praying just gave us this<br />

oN sAle Now!<br />

sense of calm as we went out to<br />

compete.”<br />

The team won the religious<br />

questions competition, and the<br />

Bishop Lyons’ Shield became<br />

Marian College’s once again.<br />

This is the fith time Marian<br />

College has taken out the shield<br />

since the competition’s inception<br />

in 1945.<br />

While the win was a great<br />

achievement, the Bishop Lyons’<br />

team insist it wasn’t what they<br />

went there for.<br />

“Going into the competition,<br />

we weren’t thinking ‘we want to<br />

win this,’ we were just excited<br />

to meet other Catholic students<br />

who share our faith, and we<br />

spent most of the weekend cheering<br />

other teams on,” Amy said.<br />

“It was so great just meeting<br />

other students and because it was<br />

a public speaking competition,<br />

no one was particularly shy and<br />

we found it really easy to mix<br />

and mingle with everyone.”<br />

“What made this different to<br />

other competitions where you’re<br />

in it to win it, is the fact that we<br />

really felt like we came to know<br />

the other competitors – it was<br />

like getting a little glimpse into<br />

each other’s lives particularly<br />

through the speech competitions,”<br />

she said.<br />

Amy Regenvanu, who was<br />

part of the debate team, said the<br />

experience has brought the participants<br />

closer together in their<br />

own friendships.<br />

“Even within ourselves, we<br />

were really cheering each other<br />

on as we knew how much effort<br />

we had each put into preparing<br />

for our events. As a team, we<br />

really were so positive and supportive<br />

and we celebrated our<br />

wins. We’ve become so much<br />

closer.”<br />

Scripture reader Valelia Taaso<br />

said the camaraderie between<br />

the schools was overwhelming.<br />

“When I finished doing the<br />

scripture reading, the girls came<br />

up and sung a waiata. Then when<br />

the results were announced,<br />

Whaea and Taylor a performed<br />

a haka and some others from<br />

other schools joined in, including<br />

my cousin who was MC for<br />

St Thomas’. I was just speechless.<br />

It was very emotional.”<br />

For several of the team members,<br />

participating in Bishop<br />

Lyons was extra special as they<br />

had mothers and siblings who<br />

had also previously competed in<br />

the competition.<br />

“It’s cool we now become part<br />

of that history.”<br />

Final results for Marian College<br />

First – senior prepared speech:<br />

Taylor Fasi-Fidow<br />

Religious questions: Malaika<br />

Sequeira, Amy Williamson, Danielle<br />

McKenzie<br />

Scripture reading: Valelia Taaso<br />

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Musical therapy a way to support children<br />

IN HER NEARLY three-decade<br />

tenure as a musical therapist,<br />

Julie Wylie reckons she’s<br />

witnessed a miracle every single<br />

day.<br />

Music plays an integral part of<br />

life at the Champion Centre in<br />

Burwood – a non-profit organisation<br />

providing early intervention<br />

for babies and children with<br />

disabilities, or born prematurely.<br />

Looking back, she has seen<br />

a child sing their first words,<br />

take their first steps, and even<br />

helped a four-year-old boy on the<br />

autistic spectrum find his voice<br />

through music.<br />

But after 28 years, it is time for<br />

Wylie to pass over the conductors’<br />

baton.<br />

“Every child I’ve met has<br />

taught me so much. It’s not about<br />

their limitations, but about how<br />

children can fly musically,” she<br />

said.<br />

“When you allow them to find<br />

their voice and let them be the<br />

leader, they take you on the most<br />

miraculous journey.”<br />

The centre supports children<br />

and their families with disabilities<br />

or whose developmental<br />

progress is at risk through its<br />

early intervention programme at<br />

Burwood Hospital.<br />

Children with Down’s<br />

syndrome and other genetic disorders,<br />

cerebral palsy, epilepsy,<br />

IN SYNC: After nearly three decades, it’s time for Champion Centre musical play therapist<br />

Julie Wylie to hand over the conductor’s baton.<br />

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN<br />

developmental dyspraxia, autism<br />

spectrum disorder or brain injuries<br />

were usually referred to the<br />

centre by paediatricians.<br />

During the 1990s, Wylie and<br />

the centre’s speech-language<br />

therapists studied how music<br />

affected the brain and the wellbeing<br />

of child and parent.<br />

Neuroscience discoveries<br />

showed elements of music<br />

could be used in specific ways<br />

to promote well-being and<br />

regulation.<br />

Said Wylie: “I started writing<br />

and reflecting after every session,<br />

then I came across an amazing<br />

book on music and the mind and<br />

I thought, ‘this is the beginning.’<br />

I could see that music could<br />

bring parent and child into synchronicity.”<br />

When a child is in a calm,<br />

regulated space, “then they can<br />

learn.”<br />

Music rhythm, melody, tune,<br />

dynamics such as “loud or soft,”<br />

music with a clear beginning,<br />

middle and end, and the harmony<br />

of instruments impacted<br />

systems in the brain.<br />

Depending on how they were<br />

used, they can either contribute<br />

to regulating or deregulating a<br />

child’s systems.<br />

“Music that has a steady beat,<br />

close to a resting heart rate, encourages<br />

lower parts of the brain<br />

and the body to come into synch<br />

and produce a feeling of calm,”<br />

Wylie said.<br />

Wylie referred to herself as<br />

a conductor, not the leader.<br />

Parents were the leaders as they<br />

could carry on the music at<br />

home.<br />

And ever since music was<br />

introduced to the Champion<br />

Centre, children and parents<br />

have flourished.<br />

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with disabilities<br />

“Looking back, I have probably<br />

seen a miracle every day,” she<br />

said.<br />

“There was one little boy on<br />

the autistic spectrum, aged four.<br />

He looked like an angel and<br />

had the most incredible voice.<br />

Nobody was seeing anything<br />

cognitively, but music seemed to<br />

make a remarkable impact on<br />

him.<br />

“This little boy has such strong<br />

musicality. I asked his mother to<br />

play him Mozart and he stood<br />

with his ear to the radio.”<br />

A parent could be full of grief,<br />

but “something hilarious” could<br />

happen during the music session.<br />

“The parent then has a good<br />

belly laugh and comments that<br />

they haven’t laughed like that<br />

since the baby was born,” Wylie<br />

said.<br />

“It’s a cathartic experience for<br />

parent and child.”<br />

Many graduates of the centre<br />

who once used music as a form of<br />

therapy have gone on to pursue it<br />

either in their careers or through<br />

study.<br />

Graduate Thomas Eves is<br />

now the chief trumpeter at the<br />

Christchurch Symphony Orchestra,<br />

and Jasmine Butcher was<br />

studying music at university, she<br />

said.<br />

“Another boy, Rohan Soper,<br />

aged 17, who was born premature,<br />

has been learning percussion and<br />

has sat an exam through Trinity<br />

College,” Wylie said.<br />

“India Neville, now 21, is<br />

studying at a music academy in<br />

Canada.”<br />

‘I’ve done everything<br />

I’ve been asked to and<br />

wanted to do, and now<br />

it’s time to bow out.’<br />

– Julie Wylie<br />

Just because Wylie was retiring<br />

from the centre, it did not mean<br />

she was saying goodbye to the<br />

world of music forever.<br />

She will continue to run her<br />

music school, the Julie Wylie<br />

Institute of Musical Play, and<br />

educate the next generation of<br />

therapists through the <strong>Post</strong>graduate<br />

Certificate in the Psychology<br />

of Musical Play – a qualification<br />

she developed.<br />

“When I started at the<br />

Champion Centre, I was crying<br />

out, ‘please consider music.’ Now<br />

wherever I go, people are singing<br />

and using music,” she said.<br />

“I’ve done everything I’ve been<br />

asked to and wanted to do, and<br />

now it’s time to bow out.”<br />

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LEST WE FORGET<br />

ANZAC DAY<br />

SUNDAY APRIL 25, <strong>2021</strong><br />

Remembering our Anzacs<br />

“The darkness, calm and chill of the early morning;<br />

the sound of the single tap of the drum of the parade;<br />

the emotionless faces of the catafalque guard, and<br />

the mournful notes of Last <strong>Post</strong> sounded by a lone<br />

bugler, combine to give a feeling of deep solemnity. It<br />

is the intensity of the symbolism which contributes to<br />

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initial landings at Gallipoli by Australian troops who were<br />

the first ashore) and/or one later in the morning. The<br />

ceremonies are rich in tradition and generally begin with<br />

a parade of returned servicemen and military personnel<br />

followed by cadets, youth groups and local dignitaries.<br />

War veterans, proudly sporting their medals lead the<br />

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parade, which leads to a local cenotaph or memorial gate<br />

where the ceremony includes a service with hymns, laying<br />

of wreaths, dedications, prayers and the Last <strong>Post</strong> played<br />

on a bugle. Morning tea follows and allows people to share<br />

memories and catch up with friends and neighbours.<br />

Anzac Day was first observed by servicemen in 1916 to<br />

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soldiers landing on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. It soon<br />

became a day where all New Zealanders and Australians<br />

took time to remember the men and women who<br />

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official holiday and by 19<strong>22</strong> it was declared a full public<br />

holiday where shops, banks and hotels remained closed<br />

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Citizens’ Service<br />

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Guardians of the 19th Battalion and<br />

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Term 2, <strong>2021</strong> nightclasses<br />

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Herbalism. This course taught by Rebecca<br />

Barrett will teach students the basics<br />

of plant medicine including common<br />

herbs and essential oils for the health and<br />

wellbeing of yourself and your family.<br />

We also have a wide range of other<br />

courses on offer for Term 2 from<br />

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including Pod-Cast-On, who knit for<br />

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to fascinating pod-casts; Craft for a Cause,<br />

making items to support causes and groups<br />

around the city; Book Group, meeting<br />

monthly to discuss an interesting read;<br />

WEA Norwest Branch, meeting every<br />

Friday in Papanui with a varied schedule of<br />

speakers; WEA Outdoor Painting Club who<br />

paint at various locations; and WEA Field<br />

Club, offering monthly trips to encourage<br />

outdoor activity and enjoyment of the<br />

natural environment.<br />

Some highlights this term include Social<br />

Activism – Local and Global, a six-part<br />

course delving into social activism here in<br />

Aotearoa and abroad; All About Eid, an<br />

introduction to the Festival of Eid which<br />

celebrates the end of Ramadan; Afternoon<br />

Tea with Sara Templeton, Councillor<br />

for Heathcote Ward; and The Belief<br />

Continuum – an introductory talk on the<br />

origins of six major religions, what they<br />

have in common and what sets them apart.<br />

Courses are held throughout the week<br />

in daytime, evenings and weekends, with a<br />

strong focus on social and environmental<br />

justice – if it’s good for the people and<br />

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On a busy day we can have up to eight<br />

events happening, with dozens of people<br />

coming and going or sitting chatting with<br />

a cuppa in our sociable kitchen space. Our<br />

community is diverse and includes people<br />

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together to learn and share skills and<br />

experience, and make friends. As well as<br />

our central city location we also hold classes<br />

in Lyttelton and New Brighton. Committed<br />

to keeping our prices affordable, we offer<br />

some free talks and workshops each term.<br />

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Thursday <strong>April</strong> <strong>22</strong> <strong>2021</strong> 9<br />

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NOW<br />

2 BEDROOM VILLA WITH GARAGE/CARPORT<br />

472 LINWOOD AVENUE<br />

2020<br />

2019<br />

2018<br />

2017<br />

2016<br />

2015<br />

Linrose Village offers:<br />

• Archer Group are Award winners and finalists as top Villages and<br />

Homes in the South Island – as voted by residents, families and<br />

friends<br />

• Our Linrose Villas all comprise of 2-bedrooms with walk-in garages<br />

• Weekly fees are fixed for life<br />

• Lovely, spacious gardens<br />

• Maximum RVA certification achieved<br />

• Free weekly Wellness Clinics<br />

• Make new friends, feel supported and safe<br />

• We are 100% non-profit & locally owned<br />

• The Archer Village Leisure Centre is used by residents from our 3<br />

sites. It includes an auditorium, cafė-styled lounge, indoor heated<br />

pool and spa, gym and meeting room<br />

• Rest home & dementia care at Thorrington with hospital care<br />

available at Archer Village<br />

• Our full-time care service offers either Standard Rooms with<br />

no additional daily room fee or a Premium Care Suite with<br />

additional daily room fee<br />

For inquiries: Sue (Sales Manager)<br />

M: 021 902 626 W: 03 943 6006<br />

E: sue@archer.org.nz www.archer.org.nz<br />

ONE ONLY!<br />

$349,900

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