Nor'West News: June 10, 2021

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Honoured

on Queen’s

Birthday list

Pupils embrace

Samoan

Language Week

Talk to over 10,000 visitors in 3 days

• By Bea Gooding

AFTER SIX years and $35,000,

Redwood School finally has

a new playground. But it

Pages 5-6 Page 12

$6.7 million school refurbishment starts

JOY: Redwood School pupils have fun on their new $35,000 playground.

is not the only occasion to

be celebrated - the school’s

refurbishment project, which

was meant to be completed

nearly four years ago, has

also started. The $6.7 million

rebuild will replace outdated

classrooms, rotting walls and

broken heat pumps. It was only

fitting to include a brand new

playground in the mix.

Principal Nick Gunn said the

old playground stood in the way

of where a new building was

meant to go. •Turn to page 3

Contact Lisa on 021 800 809

Jellie Park

pool to

close for

six weeks

PART OF Jellie Park Recreation

and Sport Centre will close for six

weeks so essential work can be

carried out.

The 25m concrete tiled

recreation pool at the Ilam Rd,

Burnside, centre is scheduled

to close from Monday, June 14,

to Monday, July 26, to allow for

relining work to be completed,

improving the safety of the pool.

City council head of recreation,

sports and events Nigel Cox said

the pool is showing significant

wear and tear, with loose and

broken tiles potentially causing

significant cuts to customers and

staff.

“The work will improve the

pool functionality, aesthetics

and water tightness, through

the installation of a reinforced

1.5mm-thick PVC membrane

and perimeter tiling. The relining

is necessary due to a large

number of tiles failing, the cost

of continuing to temporarily

remediate the tiles, and to avoid

injuries for staff and customers.”

Swimsmart lessons normally

held in the recreation pool from

Monday to Friday will be offered

at their usual time, but instead

take place in the sports pool.

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Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Thursday, 1-3pm, at Shirley, 1.30-

3.30pm, at Fendalton, Friday,

10am-noon, at Papanui, Tuesday,

1-3pm, at Bishopdale, Wednesday,

1-2.30pm, at Redwood

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Take your knitting, crochet,

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Citizens Advice Bureau

Thursday, 11am-5pm, Friday, 11am-

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2-5pm, Wednesday, 11am-5pm

Fendalton 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 351

7804 for more information.

JP Clinic

Saturday, 10am-noon, at

Fendalton, Tuesday, 10am-1pm, at

Shirley and Papanui, Wednesday,

10am-1pm, at Bishopdale

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Papanui Club, 310 Sawyers Arms Rd

Join others for a different card game

each day. Monday is Flag 500, Tuesday

is Cribbage, and Wednesday is Euchre.

All welcome. Cost is $2. Phone Alan on

021 173 3388 for more information.

Marshland Table Tennis Club

Monday, 7.30pm

Ouruhia Hall, 225 Gutheries Rd

The Marshland Table Tennis Club is

looking for more players to join in on

the fun each week at its new premises

in Belfast. All abilities welcome. Cost

is $5 for adults, $3 for children. For

more information phone 0212051106.

Wā Kōrero: Storytimes

Tuesday, 10.30-11am, at Fendalton

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Reading to Dogs

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World Knit in

Public Day,

Saturday, all day,

at Shirley and

Papanui libraries,

10.30am-noon, at

Redwood.

Go along and

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Shirley Library

A relaxed, non-threatening event

designed to encourage children to

practise reading skills and develop a

love for reading. Registration required.

Phone 941 7923 to

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Scottish Country Dancing

Tuesday, 7.45-9.45pm

Heaton Intermediate School hall, 125

Heaton St

Go along if you want to take part in

the fun exercise. All you need to take

is some soft shoes. The first night is

free for beginners. Phone 021 480 802

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Elizabeth Bridge Club

Wednesday, 1-4pm

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Thursday June 10 2021 3

Residents still not happy

• By Bea Gooding

A SOLUTION may be on the

horizon to solve pedestrian

safety issues around Northlink

shopping centre – but this

doesn’t mean residents are

happy with what has been

proposed.

Ian Wilkie told Nor’West News

last month that residents want

more steps taken to ensure they

are no longer in danger when

crossing or exiting driveways on

the busy Langdons Rd.

The Papanui-Innes Community

Board has now told Wilkie

there is a budget to install two

pedestrian refuge islands to

make it safer for people to cross

the road.

Although he has advocated

for the islands, nothing has been

planned to slow traffic down to

allow pedestrians to cross safely,

such as traffic lights.

“We’ll take what we can get,

but we’re not happy with it,” said

Wilkie.

“Traffic won’t have to stop

or slow down, so people with

physical disabilities or who are

aged will have to sprint from the

pavement to the refuge – it won’t

be a safe passage.

“People I’ve spoken to feel that

the council is not concerned

about us, they’re more concerned

about traffic flow.”

Wilkie said traffic and road

visibility is so bad he has to

drive his wife to Northlink, even

though they live across the road

from it.

Board chairwoman Emma

Norrish told Wilkie there was

budget for the coming financial

year to install the islands, pending

community input.

Said Norrish: “Ideally, we

would like to see lights installed

at the main entrance to the

development, which would give

pedestrians the safest

crossing option, and

staff agree this would

be the safest option.

But there is not the

budget for this at the

current time.”

But Wilkie believed

a price should not be

put on a person’s life,

so until “someone was

killed,” the problem deserved

more consideration.

Emma

Norrish

ONGOING:

Ian Wilkie

has been

told there

is enough

money

for two

pedestrian

refuge

islands to

make it

safer for

people

to cross

Langdons

Rd.

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SLOAN

Meanwhile, the board is still

working on getting traffic

lights installed at the

Langdons and Greers Rds

intersection to mitigate

the increased traffic

caused by Northlink.

“These are required

under the development’s

resource consent to be

installed before stage

three opens, so staff are

working with the developer on

funding options.”

Playground

worth

the wait

•From page 1

A new playground could not

be constructed until the rebuild

project started, so most of the

funding the PTA raised has been

waiting to be used for a number

of years.

“Our redevelopment has been

a long time in the making. We

couldn’t build the new playground

until the rebuild started, and the

students haven’t had a playground

this year, so we’re pretty pleased

to have it all back,” said Gunn.

Former principal John Stackhouse

cut the ribbon at the opening.

Over the last six years, the PTA

raised thousands through sausage

sizzles, sponsored treks in the

neighbourhood, night markets

and discos.

And while the pupils can now

enjoy the fruits of their labour,

they are also looking forward to

moving into new teaching spaces

later this year.

Pupils and staff are expected to

relocate into eight new classrooms

by September. The work is part of

the Christchurch Schools Rebuild

programme, involving the

rebuild or refurbishment of 115

earthquake-damaged schools.

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THE

DEMANDING

Art

OF

Auctioneering

With auctions being one of the

strongest driving forces in today’s

marketplace, I thought I’d talk about

the world of the auctioneer or at least

my impressions gained over many

years of observation. And what better

place to start that conversation than

here in Wellington at our National

Auction Competitions.

It takes a special individual to master

auctioneering and although I personally

gave it a try over 24 years ago, I didn’t have

the passion that I’ve witnessed in others, and

sensibly decided against pursuing it.

Now join me whilst I share the scene of the

event I’m watching.

There are 15 individuals, predominantly men

(come on ladies), and they all have one thing

in common, confidence – and, for the most

part, eloquence too.

Dream-weavers and scene-setters, some are

an absolute joy to watch and listen to.

Some of the contestants answer with

confidence though not accuracy and the

odd one is completely bamboozled. It’s funny

how as an observer you start rallying for any

underdogs, hoping they’ll recover from a

difficult start or a testy bidder.

The best today have been storytellers, authors

of a new occupant’s dream and the current

owner’s decorating ambitions. Their stance

can either help or hinder; open arms, eye

contact and a ready smile favour the better

contestants.

I’ve yet to pick the winner as that will come

later, long after I’ve submitted this article for

publication, but overall, I’m very impressed.

A competition has an artificial element to it

that makes it extremely hard, harder than real

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Banbury en-suite. architectural The remaining renovation two in bedrooms 2004. are Sumner.

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colourful The Clivias living areas as well have as the been established uninsured, deemed uneconomical to repair,

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Spacious a private living and lawn areas of are 703sqm. complemented

The kitchen is a Open Homes: Wednesdays, Saturdays

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water

A separate

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living heating in bathroom and en-suite areas. Auction: Thursday 24th June 2021

and idyllic room, is alfresco the perfect surroundings retreat to simply just which See you at the open homes or for a private

sit and

have previously from 10:00am (unless sold prior)

relax. Completing hosted the a wedding picture of and this could viewing or for more information contact

home is a The quiet cul-de-sac location speaks for itself

continue separate to be and the practical scene of laundry, many memorable

double internal

Alison Carter of Harcourts Grenadier

so need we say more. This is a rare opportunity, Gold Auction Rooms, 471 Papanui Road

occasions. access garaging and warmth is ensured not Ferrymead/Sumner so do not delay in your (Licensed decision Agent making REAA as you

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magnificent stone fireplaces create an

incredibly inviting ambience indoors where

you’ll find four double bedrooms, two

But the competition itself is tough. Tricky

bathrooms and a relaxing sunroom area that

numbers and numerical equations all

comes complete with a spa bath.

designed to trip and trap a weary contestant.

With an expansive lawn area and the

The questions have involved contractual fine

picturesque garden at the rear of the property

print and minutiae at their best and highly

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orchestrated scenarios at their worst.

access up to the top of the section where

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life, in fact. For real life, feel free to join us every

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Dedicated and determined, I value deeply

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calling, as well as negotiation participation,

define part of their role, but the main element

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A culture cornerstone and an enduring

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So, let’s hear for the auctioneers out there.

Collectively, they add something very special

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Thursday June 10 2021 5

Queen’s Birthday Honours for professors

•Professor Angus

Macfarlane, Ilam,

Companion of the New

Zealand Order of Merit

Macfarlane has been a leading

figure in cultural theory in

education and psychology and

an eminent researcher in the

field of Mātauranga Māori.

He has gained international

recognition for the transferability

of his theories.

Macfarlane has developed

bicultural approaches for

teachers and psychologists

to create safe and inclusive

relationships with Māori

students and clients, notably the

Educultural Wheel, his most

widely referred to framework for

professional practice.

His education theories have

also proven to be effective for

Pacific, disabled and gifted

learners.

He developed his first

education theory in New

Zealand, the Hikairo Rationale

(now Hikairo Schema), a

bicultural approach to positive

behaviour, while head teacher

of the Awhina special education

school in 1980s and early 1990s.

He has contributed to national

projects, such as Resource

Teachers for Learning and

Behaviour and Hui Whakatika, a

LEADER: Professor Angus Macfarlane teaching at

Canterbury University.

Māori-developed

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schools.

His bicultural research model

He Ara Whiria has been widely

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Commission), Ministry of

Social Development, Ministry of

Education, Ministry of Defence

and the New Zealand Council

for Educational Research, and is

the basis for research for E Tipu

e Rea A Better Start National

Science Challenge. Macfarlane

is a professor of Māori Research

and was founding director of

Te Rū Rangahau (The Māori

Research Laboratory) at

Canterbury University.

•Professor Paula Jameson,

Fendalton,

Officer of

the New

Zealand

Order of

Merit

Jameson

is a leading

plant scientist

working

at Canterbury University.

Jameson’s work has been notable

in combining internationally

recognised research on the

regulation of plant growth with

leadership across the wider

biological sciences.

She was chairwoman of the

Royal Society of New Zealand’s

Marsden Ecology, Evolution and

Behaviour Panel, a ministerial

appointee to the Independent

Biotechnology Council, and

principal moderator for the

Tertiary Education Commission’s

PBRF 2018. In 2004, she was

appointed inaugural head of the

School of Biological Sciences at

Canterbury University.

Through her direct leadership

and mentorship, the School of

Biological Sciences became one

of New Zealand’s highest ranked

groupings of biologists. She has

been noted for her research

expertise in physiological and

molecular plant biology, her

extensive list of publications,

and her support supervising

postgraduate students.

Her key contributions

include elucidating the myriad

roles that the plant hormone

group, the cytokinins, play in

plant development. She has

undertaken major collaborations

with the applied sector in areas

of forage, seed production and

fruit development, as well as

researching the regulation of

flowering of New Zealand’s

indigenous flora.

Her achievements have

been recognised with life

fellowships from the agricultural,

horticultural, and plant

biology communities. Jameson

received the 2019 Marsden

Medal, recognising a lifetime

of outstanding service to the

science profession.

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Orana boss, counsellor join academics on list

•From page 5

•Professor John Simpson,

Fendalton, Officer of the

New Zealand Order of

Merit

Simpson was head of

the School of Fine Arts at

Canterbury University for

more than 30 years, driving

a modernisation of the art

education on offer.

Simpson adopted the ideals

of Bauhaus and introduced an

‘intermediate’ year during which

students worked in all media,

specialising in fields of their

choice in subsequent years.

He introduced further

specialisations into the school,

including film, photography, and

graphic design. Art History was

established as a department of

the school, offering courses for

BA and BFA degrees and later

at doctoral levels. He was vice

president of the Canterbury

Society of Arts for nine years and

was on the society’s council for

28 years.

For six years he served on the

board of the Queen Elizabeth

II Arts Council. He was chief

examiner of both School

Certificate and University

Entrance Practical Art for

almost eight years, introducing

the Bauhaus option into the art

John Simpson

history part of the curriculum.

He co-founded the Design

Association of New Zealand

and served on the executive. He

was a member of governmentappointed

design committees

for decimal coinage and bank

notes, and the advisory council

for the selection of New Zealand

postage stamps. Professor

Simpson gave works from his

collection to Christchurch

Gallery Te Puna o Waihetū in

2017.

•Lynn Anderson,

Casebrook, Member of

the New Zealand Order of

Merit

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•Miles Ellery, Ilam,

Member of the New

Zealand Order of Merit

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Pene Balk-Jarvis, a teacher

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teachers at Northcote.

The programme is now being

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It is particularly helpful for

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their peers.

Across the city, facilitator

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teachers at Burnside Primary

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She said the school got

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give tamariki the best possible

start in their learning.

“Our tamariki have embraced

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1800 x 900 x 755H

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1500 x 900

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$1999

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$749

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$549

White Shelving Units

Tall 1980H x 800w x 300

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Bookcase

7 Drawer

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Chest

760 x 1140 x 410.

(Gap 150)

7 Piece

Dining

Suite

1500 x 900

Medium

$199

Tall

$249

$269

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$329

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$749

Bedside Cabinet

620H x 400 x 320

Legacy Bedside

Cabinet

Coffee Tables

1200 x 650 x 400H 1200 x 550 x 430H

ONLY

$199

ONLY

$149

White hall Table

1050 x 760H x 420.

Student Desk

Available in black or white.

1000w x 690h x 500d

ONLY

$99

$129

ONLY

$349

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$349

Legacy

6

Drawer

Chest

entertainment Unit

1100 x 400 x 480.

3 Piece Dining Suite

750 x 750.

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entertainment Units

White 2 Drawer

entertainment Unit

1115 x 480H x 400D

$499

ONLY

$299

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$399

1600x420x450

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