Western News: May 13, 2021

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Schools open doors

to celebrate architecture

CHRIST’S College, St

Andrew’s College and

Christchurch Boys’ High

School will be opening their

doors to the public this

weekend during a festival

that celebrates the city’s

architecture.

Organised by Te Pūtahi -

Centre for Architecture & City-

Making, Open Christchurch

will give people an opportunity

to see inside some of Christchurch’s

unique homes and

buildings of cultural, historic

or architectural significance.

Guided tours, children’s

workshops, expert tours,

guided walks, and exhibitions

will also be held as part of

the two-day festival next

weekend.

“We simply want people

to enjoy exploring the city’s

architecture and landscapes,’’

festival director Dr Jessica

Halliday said.

“Te Pūtahi wants to make

it easy, desirable and fun for

more people to get involved in

the enjoyment and shaping of

Ōtautahi. Open Christchurch

is a great way to do this as

everybody likes to have a good

nosy in buildings.’’

• Turn to page 3

STYLE: St Andrew’s College’s

Strowan House (above left),

Centennial Chapel and

Christ’s College’s memorial

dining hall (left) are just some

of the buildings on display

during Open Christchurch.

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JP Clinic

Thursday, 9.30am-12.30pm, at

Hornby, Saturday, 10am-noon, at

Fendalton, Tuesday, 10am-1pm, at

Halswell and Upper Riccarton

Fendalton, Hornby, Halswell and

Upper Riccarton libraries

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of the

community to witness signatures

and documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations as well as

sign citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. Free service.

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Thursday, 10.30am-2.30pm,

Tuesday, 1-3pm, at Upper

Riccarton, Thursday, 2-3.30pm,

at Fendalton, Saturday, 1-3pm, at

Halswell, Tuesday, 10am-noon, at

Hornby

Fendalton, Halswell, Hornby and

Upper Riccarton libraries

Take your knitting, crochet,

stitching or any other handcraft and

enjoy the company of others. Share

skills and be inspired.

Citizens Advice Bureau

Thursday, Friday, Monday,

Tuesday, Wednesday, 9am-5pm

Hornby Library

Citizen’s Advice Bureau provides

free, confidential advice to everyone.

They take the time to listen and equip

you with information, options and

support that fit your needs. Free,

phone 349 5236 for more information.

GenConnect

Thursday, 1-1.45pm

Upper Riccarton Library

If you have questions about

your smartphone or tablet, ask an

expert for advice. Free, no bookings

required.

Free Legal Advice

Thursday, 6.15-8.15pm

Hornby Library

A lawyer will be available to answer

your legal questions. Take relevant

documents. Free. No bookings

required.

Afternoon Euchre

Friday, 1.15-3.30pm

Halswell Bowling Club, Halswell

Domain

Join in for an afternoon of playing

Euchre with other like-minded

people. Hot beverages on offer. $3

entry, $2 raffle. Phone Noel on 322

8636 for more information.

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Comics, Cartoons and Zines, Friday, 3-4.30pm, Upper Riccarton

Library. Express yourself, try something new or simply practice your

creative flair by making your own comic, cartoon or zine this Youth Week.

Materials provided. ​

Wā Kōrero-Storytimes

Monday, 10-10.30am, at Upper

Riccarton, Tuesday, 10.30-11am,

at Fendalton, Wednesday, 10.15-

10.45am, at Hornby

Fendalton, Hornby and Upper

Riccarton libraries

Storytimes is an interactive

programme including books, songs,

rhymes and play. Recommended for

children 2-years-old and up.

Family History

Wednesday, 11am-1pm

Upper Riccarton Library

A volunteer from the Riccarton

branch of the New Zealand Society of

Genealogists will be available to help

you find family history online.

Mah-Jong Group

Wednesday, 1-3 pm

Upper Riccarton Library

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Thursday May 13 2021 3

New use for old defibrillators

• By Bea Gooding

THE HORNBY Community

Patrol has been gifted life-saving

equipment to assist them in

their efforts to keep residents

safe.

The city council aquatics team

has partnered with the New

Zealand Red Cross to provide

automated external defibrillators

in the community.

Formally available in city

council facilities, they are

already back in use. The donation

was also extended to the

Christchurch North Community

Patrol.

“While the defibrillators have

saved several lives in council

facilities, including poolside and

in work areas, they are suitable

for community use for another

few years,” city council head of

recreation, sports and events

Nigel Cox said.

“We update our defibrillators

to best meet the needs of our

busy spaces and some of the

older models can be reused in

the wider community.

“These are handed to Red

Cross for a full check and new

batteries and pads before a

suitable community home is

found.”

New Zealand Red Cross

LIFE-SAVING: NZ Red Cross national products manager Marcus Bird (left) and city

council training adviser Ben Warwick donates a defibrillator to Hornby Community Patrol

member Norm Williams.

PHOTO: NEWSLINE ​

national products manager

Marcus Bird said that the

city council AEDs – initially

provided through Red Cross –

still have “plenty of life left and

are ideal for community groups

that may not normally have

access to the devices.”

“Nearly half of those people

treated for cardiac arrest

survive thanks to a defibrillator

provided by a community

responder,” he said.

“They are such an important

piece of the health and safety

kit, with the council AEDs at a

range of facilities and out in the

hills environments.

“With the council upgrading

AEDs to the latest technology at

high-use facilities such as pools,

we can find a use for the older

models. In this case, several

community patrols had already

approached us about keeping

AEDs in their patrol cars.”

The defibrillators are in good

working order and can be repurposed,

cleaned and checked out

- with new batteries if needed

- and used for a further five to

seven years.

“The more AEDs out there in

the wider community, the better

the chance of survival following

a cardiac arrest,” Bird said.

Many buildings

free to access

• From page 1

The colleges will join 44 other

buildings, including the Old Government

building, Muse Art Hotel,

Lane Neave, Rāpaki Church, Fo

Guang Shan Buddhist temple, Te

Hononga Civic Offices, Millstream

apartment and the Lyttelton studio

monastery.

Eighty-five per cent of the buildings

will be free to access.

Said Halliday: “Architecture

is a complex, rich art form and

cultural product – it connects us

with different histories, design,

big and small ideas, materials and

technologies, politics, art, identity,

social and cultural values. There’s a

lot to engage with and learn about

when you focus on a building’s

architecture.

“Longer term we want Open

Christchurch to be a gateway for

more people to get involved in city

making – in the processes and cultures

that shape where we all live.

“Open Christchurch is a celebration

of the city’s architecture.

We’ve packed the programme

with access to a diverse range of

buildings in the hope that’s there

something for everyone.”

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Thursday May 13 2021 5

200km confidence-inspiring

expedition tests students

A GROUP of Hornby High

School students have a whole lot

more confidence in themselves

now that they have completed a

200km expedition through the

Southern Alps.

The 12 tired, year 10 students

were greeted with a moving kapa

haka performance by their peers

when they cycled back onto

school grounds after spending

four days in the wilderness.

As part of the Graeme

Dingle Foundation’s Project K

programme, the students made

their way back to school from

the Lewis Pass by mountain biking

and hiking, carrying enough

gear and food supply for the

journey.

Losing their cellphones and

contact with everyone and

having to trust and rely on

their 12 fellow participants for

survival, was only the start of

a journey for a group who had

never experienced wilderness

activities or living in the

outdoors.

While the weather was generally

fine over the expedition, the

group experienced morning

frosts, mist and rain as their

journey threw challenges such

as the summitting of Mt Oxford,

100km of mountain biking, caving

and abseiling down a cliff.

Jaleel Aratuara-Collins, a 2020

Project K participant graduate

shared her journey.

“Last year I was an idiot,

doing things that I shouldn’t be

doing. I had little or no respect

for anyone, making stupid

decisions, physically hurting

myself because I was trying

to deal with things that I was

struggling with,’’ she said.

“Through my Project K journey,

I learnt how to make friends

with people outside my circle, to

give people a chance, to grow as

an individual and how to hone

in on my team-building skills.

“I learnt to become mentally

stronger and I can now comfortably

ask for help if I need it,’’

Jaleel said.

RUGGED: A

group of year

10 Hornby High

School students

have returned

home after

spending four

days trekking

through the

Southern Alps. ​

Project K was started by Sir

Graeme Dingle in 1996 and has

three components including

the wilderness expedition, a

community challenge and a oneon-one

mentoring programme,

all designed to build confidence,

teach life skills and help find

purpose and direction.

The programme was

introduced in Christchurch in

2002.

Series of guided

walks to

improve fitness

PEOPLE ARE being encouraged

to step up their fitness through a

new series of guided walks that

gradually move from a wetland

wander to a more challenging hill

climb.

The Sport Canterbury-based

Green Prescription team –

together with the Adventure

Specialties Trust – has designed

four winter walks for “beginner

explorers.”

The first walk on May 20

traverses Travis Wetland, with the

series culminating with a walk to

the top of the Port Hills on July 1.

The other walks include a coastal

walk from Spencer Park on June

3 and along Mt Vernon Track on

June 17.

“There are four bush walks

in the series and they start flat

and progress, so that by the

fourth walk, participants may be

prepared for a gentle gradient,”

Green Prescription team lead

Abby Wilson said.

“For some people, it may be

their first time heading into the

Port Hills.”

The Green Prescription

programme provides support and

motivation for people wanting

to increase or maintain their

physical activity.

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‘Council attack on public facilities in Riccarton’

Central Riccarton

Residents’

Association secretary

Garth Wilson talks

about city council

decisions

In December 2020, staff

sent a report to councillors

drawing attention to the fact

that Riccarton Rd is a key public

transport corridor with over 800

bus movements a day.

As well as linking people to

Riccarton as a destination, the

bus lounges on Riccarton Rd

are a key connecting hub on

Environment Canterbury’s network

linking passengers to other

services.

Only a matter of weeks later,

city council staff recommended

closing these lounges. Consultation

was invited from interested

residents to this proposal. But

even before the proposal was

opened to the public, staff had

for months been trying to find

businesses willing to sublease the

lounges. The so-called consultation

was nothing of the sort but

just another nonsultation which

this council has become notorious

for.

Nowhere in the bus lounges

were notices placed advising users

how they could make views

felt on the proposed closures.

The very mention of savings

of $600,000pa was misleading

because it was only ever

$300,000pa that ratepayers were

contributing to the lounge operating

costs.

Where are people waiting for

a bus going to stand? There is no

seating available and there will

be considerable congestion with

walkers, prams and e-scooters.

This is yet another attack on

public facilities in the central

Riccarton area, the most densely

populated in Christchurch with

a density far exceeding the limit

city council placed on medium

density zones.

Population has increased

exponentially since the earthquakes

so what does the council

propose? Strip the area of its

facilities, even though it suffers

from high levels of deprivation.

The city council wants to close

the marvellous and brilliantly

managed Wharenui Pool, shut

down the Mobile Library Service

(to all of Christchurch), close

the bus lounges, and, of course,

Riccarton has lost its authentic

community centre to a building

which is more like a branch of

Hereford St.

City council staff have still not

SERVICES: Central Riccarton Residents’ Association secretary

Garth Wilson says the Riccarton Rd bus lounges are a key

connecting hub in Christchurch’s bus network.

admitted their incompetence

was to blame for the two months’

hold-up on the Elizabeth St

cycleway because they did not

obtain archaeological consent

from themselves.

Because staff steadfastly (and

arrogantly) refused to take account

of overwhelming public

sentiment in 2019 there are now

many empty shops on Riccarton

Rd.

City council staff are desperately

looking for ways they can

cut expenditure. They will find

the solution close to home. There

is a bloated bureaucracy in council

with many hundreds of staff

on $100,000pa plus, the chief

executive is paid more than the

•HAVE YOUR SAY on

Wilson’s views. Email bea.

gooding@starmedia.kiwi

prime minister and some senior

managers more than a cabinet

minister.

There is such an excess of

“managers” that city council

administration is unhealthily

obese. It should employ local Kiwis

instead of constantly importing

staff from overseas because

local Kiwis will listen to local

communities who know what is

best for their area and respect the

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HEALTH & AWARENESS

WESTERN NEWS

Joint pain: Do I have arthritis or

could it be mainly my muscles?

The team at Physical Sense in Sydenham

sees clients with a range of symptoms but

many of their middle-aged and senior clients

visit complaining of pain in one of their joints.

Physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk suggests

that a major part of the pain could be due

to muscle pain rather than simply arthritis.

“Even if an x-ray shows arthritis, the reason

for the pain may be the muscles around

the joint,” she explains. The images show

how a muscle knot (the crosses) in a back

muscle can give hip pain (aches and pain

are the red areas in the drawings), a knot

in a muscle on the back of the shoulder

blade can give a deep pain in the front of

the shoulder and a muscle knot all the way

near the groin can give an ache in the knee

(especially at night in bed).

Ietje recalls one case where an 89 year

old client with severe arthritis who walked

with a stick, told her, “I will end up in

a wheelchair, I cannot put any weight

through my right leg due to pain in my hip

and buttock”. “Within 4 treatments, she

was walking with her stick but without the

severe pain,” says Ietje. “The arthritis was

one of the factors that made her muscles

spasm but the other was that older people

move less and the flexed position the hip

is in when we sit is particularly bad for

the hip.” Ietje is happy with the fact that

although the client was 89 and could have

been “given up on” or told to live with the

pain, she made a difference to her health

and wellbeing.

The same lack of movement can be the

reason for your knee pain or your shoulder

pain and the same few treatments could

make a huge difference for you.

At Physical Sense, hands-on techniques

(massage and triggerpoint deactivation

techniques) are used to release the muscles.

The client also gets a home exercise

program designed to mobilize and stretch

the joint, strengthen the important core

muscles and increase general strength and

SHOULDER

PAIN

KNEE PAIN

(the crosses are the areas of the muscle spasms, the red areas is where the pain is felt)

balance. They teach a movement sequence

that stretches the joint in all directions

whilst the client is able to lie safely on their

bed, perfect for older or less mobile clients.

In many cases having the muscles

released and being taught how to maintain

it, is enough to stay on top of the problem.

HIP PAIN

If severe arthritis is the underlying cause,

some maintenance therapy may be

necessary, but that is often more affordable

and, for older patients, better tolerated

than surgery. After only one treatment you

should know that it will work for you. Call

and only pay $50 on that treament.

Physical Sense Gym and Physio is located at 300 Colombo Street, Sydenham. The Blue Line Bus stops in front of the

door and there is ample parking. To enquire about joint pain treatment, phone 377-2577 or visit www.triggerpoints.co.nz

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Cinema owner is looking for successor

• By Samantha Mythen

LANG MASTERS, long-time

owner of the iconic Hollywood

3 Cinema in Sumner, has turned

90 and he’s still working seven

days a week.

If you stop by for a movie, you

can see Lang with a big smile

waiting behind the counter, usually

during matinées.

On April 30, friends, family,

and work colleagues, old and

new, gathered at Masters’ home

to celebrate his birthday.

He said he is still eating the

leftovers from the three-tier film

reel cake made especially for him.

Lang has owned the cinema for

more than 60 years. Hollywood

Cinema was only open on Saturdays

when Lang and his wife

Maureen first took over in 1962.

They painted and redecorated

the 1938 building.

Only now at 90, is he considering

stepping down and is looking

for someone to take over his

share of the business.

“It would be great if that person

was interested in movies,”

said Lang.

“I would hate to see the theatre

pulled down.”

Even if it is sold. Lang said he

would still pop in if they needed

him.

“I enjoy working here – it

keeps you alive,” he said.

Although Covid has resulted

in a movie shortage, Lang said

people have continued to support

the theatre.

“It would be great to see more

visitors though.”

Lang has been running

theatres around the country

since he was a teen. He attended

Christchurch Boys’ High School

and hosted movies on 16mm

film for friends in his parent’s

garage.

In 1981, at the height of Lang

and Maureen’s cinematic empire,

they ran seven cinemas in

Christchurch.

• Turn to page 10

MOVIE BUFF: At 90-years-old, Lang Masters is still working

full-time at Hollywood 3 Cinema in Sumner.

PHOTO: SAMANTHA MYTHEN

LEGACY:

Lang Masters

has owned

Hollywood 3

Cinema since

1962.

PHOTO: GEOFF

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“The hard part is making sure

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“Here, we do better with arty films

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In 2013, Lang won a New

Zealand Motion Picture Industry

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Lang’s personal favourite genre

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Leaving a legacy after 43 years at Foodstuffs

JOHN MULLINS will leave

behind a legacy of innovation

and change when he retires from

Foodstuffs South Island after 43

years.

As general manager of supply

chain, he oversaw the operation

projects that provide customers

with the experience they have

with the Foodstuffs brands of

today.

Starting his Foodstuffs career

as a management cadet back in

1978 in Christchurch, Mullins

worked in a range of roles training

in areas of sales desk, warehouse

operations, Cash‘N‘Carry,

and general clerical duties.

“Looking back on my time

at Foodstuffs South Island, I

was fortunate enough to be able

to work in a variety of roles,

upskilling and working my way

around the business,” Mullins, of

Fendalton, said.

“In the 80s, I was given the

opportunity to move into a shipping

and purchasing role, later

taking up the role of wholesale

operations manager in 1985.

“It was the number of different

roles I took on in the 80s that has

helped to shape my knowledge

and understanding of how the

business continues to operate so

successfully today.”

The end of the 1980s saw a

merger between Foodstuffs

Christchurch and Foodstuffs

Otago, forming Foodstuffs South

Island.

For Mullins, this meant further

opportunities as he moved

into a new corporate executive

role.

“During my time at Foodstuffs

Christchurch and later Foodstuffs

South Island I’ve enjoyed

watching the business transform,

helping to integrate new systems,

operations and technology

throughout our supply chain,”

he said.

“It has been incredible seeing

the business grow over the years

with new retail stores, technology

advancements, and larger

premises for more capacity to

store food for extended periods

of time.”

The year 2003 saw Mullins move

into his role of general manager

wholesale operations and procurement,

and in 2010 he was given the

role of general manager of supply

chain and was appointed an adviser

to the board.

Said Foodstuffs South Island

chief executive Steve Anderson:

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43 years, supply

chain general

manager

John Mullins

is retiring from

his crucial role

at Foodstuffs

South Island. ​

“I’ve had the privilege of working

with John over the past 20

years and seen first-hand the

instrumental role he played in

developing and growing our supply

chain.

“Some highlights for me include

John setting up our procurement

and inventory systems, developing

and launching our warehouse

management system and its ongoing

enhancements, not forgetting

the many other projects he’s tackled

over the years.”

Over the last couple of decades,

highlights for Mullins include

the opening of the Hornby

chilled and frozen distribution

centre in 2000, the opening of

the Hornby ambient DC in 2007

and further expansion in 2014,

and the launch of Foodstuffs

South Island’s transport company,

to name a few.

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name a few.

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for them to continue feeding the

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operations to provide deliveries

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Although the everyday sounds

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reversing will become but a thing

of the past, upon retirement,

Mullins looks forward to

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giving back to the community

with local governance roles and

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Awards. We have immense gratitude to

our team for their great work and to our

clients for their continued faith in us.

Awards on their own don’t really mean much,

but put them into context and they mean a

great deal. They remind us of the thousands

of incredible sellers, buyers, investors and

tenants we have had the opportunity to assist

this year – we thank you for your support and

for choosing our team as your team. They also

remind us that in doing great business, we’ve

had the incredible opportunity to support

others in their endeavours to make our

community great; through our charitable giving

such as Nurse Maude, Cholmondeley House,

Good Bitches Baking, Inspire Foundation... to

name a few. We are grateful every day for the

opportunity to help people in our community,

not only in their real estate goals, but also in

building a fantastic city together.

INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENTS

#1

MIKE

DRUMMOND

TOP NAI

SALES CONSULTANT

#2

PENELOPE

SHRIMPTON

TOP NAI

SALES CONSULTANT

#1

LYNNE

CAWTHORN

TOP BUSINESS

DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

#2

MANDY

SHAW

TOP

PROPERTY MANAGER

#1

KEVIN

BURROWES

TOP MORTGAGE ADVISOR

CLIENT EXPERIENCE

OFFICE ACHIEVEMENTS

AUCTION

LISTINGS PER

SALES CONSULTANT

#1

FENDALTON

#12

PAUL

NICHOLS

#19

KATHRYN

PICTON-WARLOW

#24

CINDY-LEE

SINCLAIR

#31

NERINA

HIGGINS

#38

TIM

HARRIS

#40

MICKY

LIMMER

TOP PROPERTY

MANAGEMENT OFFICE

#1

EXCELLENCE

TOP OFFICE

CANTERBURY

#4

FENDALTON

#16

CORINA

GREY

#21

JENNI

ROLTON

#25

RICHARD

DAWSON

#33

ZANI

POLSON

#39

STEVEN

MARSHALL

#41

EMMA

LUXTON

TOP PROPERTY

MANAGEMENT OFFICE

#1

REVENUE

CLIENT EXPERIENCE

OFFICE AWARD

#2

FENDALTON

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