Western News: July 08, 2021

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Speed reduction gets

thumbs up from shoppers

• By Fiona Ellis

PEOPLE ARE pleased the speed

limit on Chalmers St by The Hub

Hornby will be lowered to 30km/h,

seeing it as a positive step for

pedestrian safety.

Victoria Holden, who works near

The Hub, said many people had mobility

issues and would appreciate

slow-moving traffic near the busy

mall.

“I think it’s awesome,” Holden

said.

The Hornby-Halswell-Riccarton

Community Board approved the

speed change from 50km/h at a

meeting last week.

Traffic issues were a recurring

theme of the meeting.

The board also decided to have

the city council investigate a possible

traffic light arrow to help drivers

turn right from Amyes Rd onto

Shands Rd.

The Greater Hornby Residents Association

raised the issue after 100

people commented on its Facebook

post asking if change was needed

at the intersection, as reported by

Western News last month.

Those who spoke to Western

News on Monday were also broadly

supportive of the Chalmers St speed

change.

• Turn to page 3

MOVING FOWARD: Shoppers use the Chalmers St pedestrian crossing by The Hub Hornby, where the speed limit is set to

be reduced.

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Report will look into right turn arrow at intersection

• From page 1

Heather Jackson thought the

speed reduction was a positive

move as Hornby became busier.

“There’s so much traffic here,

and kids running around,” Jackson

said.

Kyle Williams thought the

change was “probably a good

thing” although traffic was

already quite slow on Chalmers

St, he said.

Stewart Henderson

said he

had been going

to the area for

22 years and

never perceived

Chalmers St as

Stewart

Henderson

dangerous.

However, he

was fine with the

speed reduction,

he said.

A person who did not want to

be named said although drivers

were good at stopping at the

pedestrian crossing, the reduced

speed limit was still a good idea.

Another said drivers should

still be allowed to drive faster

than 30km/h in situations where

the road was empty, such as at

night.

A report to the board by city

council traffic engineer Barry

Hayes recommending the change

said it was intended to make the

street safer.

“A do nothing approach is

unlikely to achieve this, in

particular as traffic volumes and

the number of active road users

increase.”

Within the last 10 years, 15

crashes were recorded on Chalmers

St, the report stated.

Two of these were serious

crashes, and another four resulted

in minor injury.

Speed data showed the average

vehicle speed along the street was

32km/h, although this was expected

to increase in the evenings

when traffic was lighter.

Public consultation on the issue

closed on April 26.

Of 38 submitters, 21 were in

favour of the change.

A signalled pedestrian crossing

was suggested by 11 submitters

but city council staff thought this

unnecessary, the report said.

“Staff have observed the delays

and queues do not extend to an

extent that blocks other accesses

or affects the operation of the local

road network.”

The Hub centre manager Jason

Marsden said Chalmers St was

not considered a high hazard

area.

“The traffic is self regulating.

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CHANGE

WANTED: Greater

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Association

members Ross

Houliston and

Marc Duff at

the intersection

of Amyes and

Shands Rds.

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I don’t think it’ll change too

much,” Marsden said.

He was more concerned with

the difficulty crossing the Main

South Rd and Carmen Rd posed

to pedestrians.

However, anything to improve

pedestrian safety was fantastic,

he said.

The speed limit change will

take effect when the necessary

signs are in place, within the

financial year.

Community board member

Mark Peters said he expected the

council report on the possibility

of a right turn arrow to be ready

about one month after the board

meeting.

Greater Hornby Residents Association

chairman Marc Duff

was satisfied with the board’s

response.

“We couldn’t have asked for

more than that,” Duff said.

After the Facebook feedback,

the issue was discussed at the

association’s monthly meeting,

in which members decided to

progress the issue.

During the community board

meeting, association member

Ross Houliston spoke about the

need for changes to the intersection.

Peters recommended that the

issue be referred to council staff

for a report, which fellow board

members agreed to.

“[The traffic department] will

do a report on whether it’s feasible

or not, and a costing,” Duff

said.

He hoped the report would

prove the need for improvements.

This was not the only dubious

right-turn on the association’s

radar.

Also discussed during its

monthly meeting was the intersection

of Waterloo Rd and

Carmen Rd, and of Buchanans

Rd and Carmen Rd.

“We’ll just work through them

gradually, one by one.”

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Thursday July 8 2021 5

Electronic business card takes off

• By Bea Gooding

A GROUP of young enterprise

students weren’t expecting

their final year of high school

to include running a successful

business.

Halswell local Jayden Rosanowski

is among three Cashmere

High School students who

launched the STAP Card last

year. Jayden, along with Felix

Strahl and Emilia Dybka, came

up with the initiative.

They now have a clientele list

that includes real estate agents

and police detectives.

They even won two Young

Enterprise Scheme regional excellence

awards for sustainability

and finance while developing

partnerships with universities

and billboard companies.

And the year 13 students did

it all before they even left high

school.

“It’s taken off heaps, we’re

getting interest from all over

the country. We’ve got some big

customers now, like Harcourts

real estate agents and a police

detective,” said Jayden, STAP’s

chief executive.

“It’s amazing to watch the

business take off and to be a part

of the ride,” said production

manager, Felix.

STAP Card is designed to

replace paper business cards

altogether after the students

discovered more than six million

trees are cut down each year to

produce 100 billion disposable

cards worldwide.

The reusable business

card enables employees to

electronically share their

contact details with others by

utilising QR codes and NFC

chips located inside most new

mobile phones.

All a client needed to do was

tap the card on their device or

scan the code for the information

to pop up on their screen.

In line with the company ethos

of sustainability, STAP also partnered

with non-profit organisation

One Tree Planted by planting

a tree for every card sold.

The initiative kicked-off when

the business studies students, who

were in year 12 at the time, unleashed

their inner entrepreneur

by taking part in the Lion Foundation

Young Enterprise Scheme.

It is a chance for young people

to experience the start-up world

by running a real business, with

products and services brought

to the market by the students

themselves.

As STAP was only meant to

be a school project, Felix said its

ENTREPRENEUR:

Cashmere High School

year 13 students Jayden

Rosanowski (left) and Felix

Strahl won regional Young

Enterprise Awards for

their STAP Card creation.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

ongoing success was unexpected,

but keeping up with growing

demand came at a cost.

Making 100 cards in the last

six months for more than 80

companies meant investing in

a new $3500 printer funded by

company sales and part-time

jobs.

This sped up production

from three to four cards an

hour to 100 in four hours, and

now, it can all be done from a

dedicated office that the school

let them borrow during

business studies classes and

after hours.

Mural design

wanted by

Templeton RSA

• By Fiona Ellis

THE TEMPLETON RSA is on

the hunt for someone to design

a mural to brighten its main

entrance wall.

President Brendan Muir said

the 2.5m x 4.5m wall was currently

“blank, boring and uninviting.”

The RSA was running a

competition to find a winning

design, with entries due by mid

September.

“Hopefully, we’ll get locals to

get involved, so they can take

ownership of it,” Muir said.

“We know there is someone

who has a great idea to fill in this

space for us.

“We’ll stick [the entries] up and

have a vote as a club on what’s

suitable.”

The winner would receive a

$100 prize, and plenty of people

would see their design.

Traffic passing by the Kirk Rd

building included parents making

school runs and the bus from

Rolleston to Christchurch, he

said.

The RSA occupied the building

since 1964, but the entrance wall

had always been plain.

Some colour would make it

more welcoming, he said.

The design should also pay

tribute to those who had served in

the armed forces.


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Community board

grants approved

TOY LIBRARIES are set to benefit

from grants made by the Haswell-

Horny-Riccarton Community

Board.

Hornby Toy Library and Halswell

Toy Library each received $2400 at

the board’s meeting last week.

Church Corner Toy Library also

received $2000.

All three grants would go towards

funding wages for librarians.

During the meeting the board also

approved a further eight grants.

Halswell Playcentre received $3000

towards its rent project.

Halswell Hall Inc received $6485

towards its annual insurance and

detailed engineer evaluation.

The Canterbury Tamil Society received

$5000 towards operation costs

of the Academy of Tamil Language

and Arts.

The Christchurch Zhonghua Chinese

Society received $4000 towards

its youth project.

The Revathi Cultural Association

received $1600 towards its annual

show.

St Marks Retired Peoples Fellowship

received $1000 towards monthly

outings.

SHARP Trust received $1500

towards volunteer expenses.

The Lions Club of Halswell District

Inc received $2700 towards costs of

Carols in the Quarry 2021.

All grants were made using the

board’s 2020-21 Discretionary Response

Fund.

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Harry Blakely powers through the

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THE CYCLE for Sub-Sahara, a

40-hour famine event was held

recently at Medbury School.

Wheels of all shapes and

sizes dominated the grounds

of Medbury School recently as

pupils on bikes, scooters and

skateboards navigated their way

around a course to raise money

Middle school team leader and

teacher Scott Johnson decided

four wheels were better than

two. (Above right) – Charles Wu

puts the pace on. (Right) – Archie

Robinson ran a lap carrying his

scooter. (Far right) – James Hunter

is all concentration as he enters a

corner.

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and awareness for Sub-Saharan

Africa. Pupils were sponsored

by friends and family for the

World Vision event, raising

more than $7000 for the charity.

Assistant principal Amos

Pilgrim, Medbury’s head of

community service, together

with the support of the student

head of community service,

Nisal Pathirana, and four year 8

house leaders, Drew Edmundson,

Jack Wyllie, Otis Wheeler

and Jack Howard, were instrumental

in planning the event for

all boys from years 1 to 8 and

their teachers.

The fall-out from Covid-19

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Year 6 camp was held at Waipara on 19th - 21st May

Year 5 Camp was held 13/14th May at Woodend

We were lucky enough to have all of the Kōmingo

team teachers present with some amazing whānau

members volunteering their time to help.

Ehara koe i a ia!

Students participated in a variety of activities

including orienteering, rifle shooting, archery, gokarts,

team building, and the climbing wall. The water

slide was opened Thursday evening for those brave

enough ... and many were. The Kōmingo teachers

were so impressed by the yr 5 students and their

ability to show their CARE values throughout the

whole experience. With many pushing themselves

out of their comfort zone trying new things.

Laisa: On camp, something new I did was

Abseiling, it was REALLY scary and I kept

thinking if I should go or not and in the end

I did it and it was really FUN! Another thing

that I have never done before and is new

to me was the Faulty towers it was really

wobbly and scary as I got higher and higher

but the very kind instructor reassured me

and I felt better. This is now my FAVOURITE

activity at camp.

Milayna: On camp, I was first really excited

about kayaking and archery. On the first

day, I was able to do crate stacking,

Water sliding and the confidence course.

My favourite activity was crate stacking

because I was able to stack it up to around

15. My second favourite activity was going

on the confidence course because we had

Miss Booth guiding us. My third favourite

was the water slide because although I

did not want to do it once I tried it I really

enjoyed it

South West Zone Basketball Tournament - Year 5/6 & 7/8

1st place: Year 7/8 Girls

A very strong team right throughout

the 8 members, the girls put on a

bit of a display of teamwork as they

combined well together to shut out

the other teams. Now we just need

to work on getting the ball through

the hoop a little more regularly.

2nd place: Year 7/8 Boys &

Year 5/6 Girls

Our year 5/6 girls are a mixture of

Wednesday and Thursday teams

but combined very effectively as a

team to secure 2nd place and a trip

to the Canterbury event. Well done,

girls. We are very proud of your

efforts.

4th place: Year 5/6 boys

This group of boys have a heap of talent and

so much potential. Finishing 2nd in their

section play, they just missed out on making

the final, going down in their 3rd/4th playoff.

The boys bring an energy and keenness

to their basketball which will reap rewards

as their core dribbling and shooting skills

develop. A team to definitely watch out for

in the next couple of years.

Year 7/8 Boys

Semi-final, the boys fight back against St Theresa to draw

level at 12/12 at full-time. A result is needed so the game

goes into ‘golden point’ where the first team to score wins.

St Theresa drives to the basket and put up a number of

shots, all bouncing off the rim. A quick Oaklands pick

up and throw to Cody who drives to half-way. A perfect

pass to Kade who drives to the hoop and puts in a layup.

It hits the backboard ... and drops into the net. Victory to

Oaklands!, and a spot in the final. The win also guaranteed

a place in the Canterbury event.

Canterbury Cross Country

On Wednesday 23rd of July we had

our top runners competing against

other children from all around

Canterbury.

This year the event was combined

with primary and intermediate

schools. That meant that all races

from Year 5-8 were made up of

approximately 200 children.

The Halswell Quarry was nice and

muddy and most children had a

positive experience.

We had some great results with lots

of the children finishing in the top half

of their field.

Our most notable result came from

Lily Wilson who placed 16th in the

Year 7 Girls race.

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Thursday July 8 2021 9

Keeping lines of communication open

• By Bea Gooding

“SOME PEOPLE preserve family

heirlooms, some people preserve

cakes, but why? If we stop doing

these things then I think we’ve

lost the plot.”

Those are the words of George

Wealleans, who has mastered the

art of preservation as founder

and inaugural president of the

Ferrymead Post and Telegraph

Historical Society.

It is why the 75-year-old is in

charge of the group responsible

for conserving the country’s

communications’ history in

a 1920s post office building,

nestled within Ferrymead

Heritage Park.

“If I don’t, then who’s going

to?” said Wealleans.

“It’s partly ego, partly a desire

to preserve our history. You

might as well preserve something

you’re keen on.”

The society collects and

restores vintage telegraphy,

telephone and switching systems

mainly from the New Zealand

Post Office and formerly Telecom

New Zealand.

The items, sourced from all

over the country, are in working

order, allowing visitors to get a

feel for what life was like before

the digital age.

The exhibition may look like a

CALLING: George Wealleans with one of the old telephones in the Ferrymead Post and

Telegraph Historical Society building.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

museum, but it has not

strayed too far from its original

purpose – the building still

provides postal agency services

and philatelic (postage stamp)

sales.

Wealleans and a few others

established the society in 1977

during a time when the country’s

morse system and telegraph

service were closing down in

1963 and 1988, respectively.

One of the members already

worked at the Ferrymead

tramways, so the heritage park

was seen as the perfect location

to keep the practice alive.

Otherwise, it would have

“ended up on shelves in a shed.”

“When some of the equipment

out there was ready to be

taken out, we wanted to see it

preserved. So I called a meeting

with post officers in town and

established a group,” he said.

“[Now] we have been tasked, or

dumped, with the idea of looking

after this stuff on behalf of the

people of New Zealand.

“But there’s no benefit of

looking after this stuff other than

our hobby.”

Born in Oamaru, Wealleans

was raised in Timaru by his

uncle and aunt when his father

left the picture.

In the 23 years that followed,

he completed school certificate

and locked in his first job at the

Timaru Post Office at 16-yearsold

as a trainee telephone

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‘It’s the technology too that got me hooked’

“We’re still at the same address

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Wealleans loved the idea

of being able to help facilitate

communication between others.

The biggest change he

witnessed over time was cell

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created too many distractions.

He also prided himself on accuracy

– his boss once said his

wire tying and lacing skills were

always neat. “It’s the technology

too that got me hooked, and

the data from one computer to

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phone works is just as important

as the piece of equipment,” he

said.

“Each component leads to a

core computer, then it goes out

through a cellular network and

up to a satellite, passing bits of

messages, then back down to say,

the phone of your mate who just

happens to be having lunch in

San Francisco.”

But after 31 years in the

OPERATOR: One of the society’s oldest telephones, a Bell/Blake transmitter, used

in New Zealand in the 1880s. Left – George Wealleans using some of the old post

office equipment.

PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN

industry, it all changed when he

was made redundant in 1992 –

two years after deciding to take

a decade-long hiatus as president

of the historical society.

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instructions on how long to

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you how fast to make it.

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minute, instead of 50.”

Wealleans is at the

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Thursday July 8 2021 13

Rest roast meat 10min before serving

This simple, succulent

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Ingredients

1½kg eye fillets of beef, silver

skin trimmed

3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

4 handfuls rocket leaves

1 serving parmigiano cheese, for

shaving

Directions

Heat the oven to 210 deg C fan

bake.

Heat a large frying pan or char

grill until hot.

Rub the beef with 1 tablespoon

oil and grind over plenty of black

pepper. Brown beef on all sides

then transfer to a shallow roasting

dish.

Place in oven and roast beef for

18-20 minutes for medium-rare

beef.

Remove from oven, sprinkle

with salt, cover loosely with foil

and a clean tea towel and leave to

rest.

Rest for at least 20 minutes if

you are serving at room temperature.

Slice beef and place on a large

platter. Scatter over rocket, shave

over some parmigiano reggiano

and drizzle with remaining olive

oil.

Self-crusting broccoli and

pine nut tart

Ingredients

Butter, to grease dish

1 head broccoli

3 spring onions, sliced

1 cup grated tasty cheese

4 eggs

1 cup milk

½ cup self raising flour

1 serving salt and freshly ground

pepper, to taste

1 tbsp fresh oregano, chopped

⅓ cup pine nuts

Directions

Heat oven to 200 deg C. Grease a

A roasted

eye fillet will

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ceramic quiche dish with butter.

Cut the broccoli into bite-sized

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Scatter over sliced spring onion

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Beat eggs in a bowl, add milk

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Season with salt and pepper and

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Pour this mixture over the

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Bake for 25-30 minutes or until

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