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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER <strong>13</strong>, <strong>2021</strong><br />

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Page 8<br />

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A pleasant surprise for<br />

surf lifesaving stalwart<br />

Last week <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

News reported on<br />

Sumner and Taylors<br />

Mistake surf lifesavers<br />

who were recognised<br />

in Surf Lifesaving New<br />

Zealand national awards<br />

of excellence. Today<br />

reporter John Cosgrove<br />

talks to Mt Pleasant<br />

resident Roger Smith,<br />

who was awarded a 50-<br />

year badge for his service<br />

to the North Beach club<br />

THE ONLY TIME Roger Smith<br />

ever feared for his life was when<br />

another club’s surf boat crashed<br />

into his during a surf carnival.<br />

“We were in big, big waves at<br />

the nationals and while our boat<br />

was in a good spot for speed<br />

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another boat tried to come in over<br />

the top of us.<br />

“Those boats were big and<br />

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to use them, especially in rough<br />

surf.<br />

“If they dumped you out, you<br />

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NEWS 3<br />

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The theme this year is People<br />

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City council head of urban<br />

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New to the festival are tours of<br />

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Wednesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>13</strong> <strong>2021</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

NEWS 7<br />

‘I often saw the odd shark or two out there’<br />

• From page 1<br />

Fortunately, the other boat<br />

went under Roger’s boat and all<br />

aboard were safe.<br />

For the former businessman,<br />

to be awarded a 50-year badge<br />

at the recent Surf Lifesaving<br />

New Zealand national awards<br />

of excellence, was a humbling<br />

experience.<br />

“I was surprised to be named<br />

as a recipient, I’m not finished<br />

yet as I still think I have much to<br />

offer the sport,” he said.<br />

Since he was a teenager Smith<br />

(now 67) has been heavily involved<br />

in both surf lifesaving and<br />

rugby.<br />

A former past president at both<br />

the North Beach Surf Lifesaving<br />

Club and the Shirley Rugby<br />

Club, Smith said he still helps<br />

out where he can on both club<br />

committees.<br />

“I love working behind the<br />

scenes, and do what I can for the<br />

good of the clubs. I feel it’s good<br />

for any sporting club to have a<br />

few old heads in the mix bringing<br />

their experience to the club.”<br />

Smith was 18 when he trained<br />

for his first season as a lifeguard<br />

at North Beach.<br />

“It was a magnificent time back<br />

then, a wonderful way to be part<br />

of something that helped the<br />

community.<br />

“Back then it was the amateur<br />

era and membership at surf clubs<br />

was very strong.<br />

“There were surf carnivals<br />

everywhere and we used to travel<br />

far and wide to get to the whole<br />

day affairs.”<br />

He recalls many great trips, as<br />

all the clubs seem to always be<br />

on the same ferries at the same<br />

time, so there were many stories<br />

he said he could tell, but they<br />

wouldn’t be suitable for readers.<br />

However, he did recall one trip<br />

to the nationals aboard the TEV<br />

Maori interisland ferry: “Some<br />

members partied too hard on the<br />

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decided to sleep it off in their car<br />

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beaches.”<br />

His sons Dan and Ryan followed<br />

him into the sport.<br />

“In those days we did a lot a<br />

fundraising every weekend in the<br />

Brighton Mall, and we felt we had<br />

ownership of the club.”<br />

In the 1970s all rescues were<br />

undertaken by four-man belt and<br />

line teams, they also used surf<br />

skis, canoes and big heavy surf<br />

boats.<br />

“You would be rostered on<br />

a patrol team of five to six<br />

members and on days when the<br />

beaches were crowded you not<br />

SKILLS:<br />

Roger Smith,<br />

second<br />

from left,<br />

loves the<br />

camaraderie<br />

of surf<br />

lifesaving,<br />

only watched what was happening<br />

between the flags but also<br />

around the edges.”<br />

He said patrolling is more<br />

about preventative actions rather<br />

than actual rescues.<br />

“You had to concentrate,<br />

look for the telltale signs that<br />

swimmers were starting to get<br />

into trouble by drifting outside<br />

the flags, or out of their depth in<br />

the waves, and then go and help<br />

them out.<br />

“We tried to stop things happening<br />

before they got worse.”<br />

Rips were the cause of many<br />

callouts and he still remembers<br />

his first big rescue.<br />

“One day a rip just developed<br />

out of nowhere, one minute the<br />

surf was okay then suddenly<br />

seven to eight people were being<br />

whisked away, everybody jumped<br />

in to help out and we quickly got<br />

everyone out safely.”<br />

He said it’s only natural that<br />

people panic when a rip grabs.<br />

“They should remember that<br />

all the sea is doing is going out<br />

along a ditch, just as quickly as<br />

it appears and drags you out it<br />

also quickly deposits you on a<br />

sandbank behind the breakers,<br />

but sadly people panic and panic<br />

kills.”<br />

His advice – just float with the<br />

rip and hold your hand up.<br />

“Usually we would only swim<br />

about 100 to 200m out beyond<br />

the surf but on the boats, I often<br />

saw the odd shark or two out<br />

there.<br />

“People would be surprised<br />

that there is more wildlife than<br />

they think out there beyond the<br />

surf.”<br />

Smith experienced the many<br />

different technological changes<br />

the sport went through, from the<br />

introduction of the inflatable rescue<br />

boat which revolutionised the<br />

speed of rescues and capabilities<br />

of clubs, to handheld radios aiding<br />

the communication between<br />

crews and shore.<br />

He said the recent crop of<br />

reality surf programmes have<br />

helped raise awareness of water<br />

safety, but he reminds people to<br />

always swim between the flags<br />

and watch the surf conditions.<br />

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Welcoming refugees with gift packs<br />

KIND-hearted Canterbury<br />

humanitarians are helping<br />

with the integration of Afghani<br />

refugees into New Zealand<br />

society.<br />

A group of 250 or so refugees<br />

will soon become Kiwis<br />

following their forced escape<br />

from a war-torn land.<br />

Jo Bailey is the co-founder of<br />

Uniting Canterbury Women,<br />

a group that formed after the<br />

Christchurch terror attacks on<br />

March 15, 2019. The group is<br />

now planning to deliver gift<br />

packs to the refugees.<br />

The small but dedicated group,<br />

brings women of different<br />

cultures, ethnicities and religions<br />

together.<br />

Bailey and the group have<br />

created a series of projects<br />

since the initial focus on<br />

those impacted by the terror<br />

attacks. The most recent,<br />

supported by a Givealittle<br />

crowdfunding campaign,<br />

has been to raise money for<br />

individual welcome packs for the<br />

Afghan refugees.<br />

Bailey has been working<br />

with a group including Ryman<br />

Healthcare sales adviser Anthea<br />

Johnson, who is also her<br />

neighbour.<br />

Ryman will pay for the<br />

freighting of about 250 welcome<br />

packages to the refugees, living<br />

for now in Immigration NZ’s<br />

Mangere Refugee Resettlement<br />

Centre. Many arrived with<br />

just the clothes on their backs<br />

following a Taliban military<br />

offensive.<br />

“They’ve been through such<br />

trauma, absolute hell,” Bailey<br />

said.<br />

“They’ve left family members<br />

behind, I mean it’s horrific.<br />

They’ve been through terrible<br />

times to get here.”<br />

“(We want to demonstrate)<br />

that we care, that they’re wanted,<br />

that they’re loved here. And we<br />

wanted to make sure they had<br />

some lovely things to remind<br />

them of home and also welcome<br />

them to New Zealand,” Bailey<br />

said.<br />

Bailey said she was in part<br />

inspired by Christchurch café<br />

operator Zhara Hussaini.<br />

Hussaini had arrived in<br />

Christchurch at the age of 12,<br />

as a refugee, and has spoken<br />

publicly about the warmth of<br />

CARING: Jo<br />

Bailey (left)<br />

and Anthea<br />

Johnson are<br />

preparing<br />

gift packs<br />

for refugees<br />

who have<br />

had to<br />

escape<br />

war-torn<br />

Afghanistan.<br />

Kiwis she experienced since her<br />

arrival.<br />

Bailey reached out to Hussaini<br />

following the March 15 attacks,<br />

and subsequent vigils. The<br />

two found common ground<br />

and, with four others, formed<br />

Uniting Canterbury Women. It<br />

helped that Hussaini was already<br />

an advocate for the Afghan<br />

community.<br />

Said Bailey: “I just wanted<br />

to continue on the feelings of<br />

goodwill (towards minorities)<br />

that were happening in the<br />

community. Like all disasters,<br />

once tragedies (dissipate) people<br />

go back to their normal lives.<br />

“When Zahra arrived in<br />

Christchurch at the age of 12, she<br />

spoke no English. Today, her life<br />

is incredibly full as an advocate<br />

for the Afghan community,<br />

an interpreter, student, and<br />

a restaurant owner. She is an<br />

inspirational young woman.”<br />

The packs includes teas, spices,<br />

Linden Leaves products, Aroha’s<br />

Way (a children’s book) and<br />

backpacks. Other items such<br />

as silk krama, or scarves, made<br />

by a Cambodian group could<br />

prove important to the Afghani<br />

women.<br />

“So effectively the women can<br />

wear these as hijab,” Bailey said.<br />

“Everyone will get something<br />

really special, which is really<br />

nice.”<br />

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• By Chris Barclay<br />

THE IMPACT of cannabis use<br />

among expectant mothers is<br />

the focus of ground-breaking<br />

research led by a genetics expert<br />

at Canterbury University.<br />

Funded by the Canterbury<br />

Medical Research Foundation,<br />

the year-long study aims to determine<br />

whether using the drug<br />

during pregnancy can lead to<br />

health effects already associated<br />

with tobacco.<br />

Dr Amy Osborne, a senior lecturer<br />

in the School of Biological<br />

Sciences, has already established<br />

that heavy cannabis use has an<br />

impact on human DNA, with<br />

the effect stronger in people who<br />

also smoke cigarettes.<br />

That research, published in<br />

May last year, has been followed<br />

by this US-inspired probe to discover<br />

if a woman’s cannabis use<br />

can alter their offspring’s DNA.<br />

“We know smoking tobacco<br />

during pregnancy is harmful,<br />

but the problem is a lot of people<br />

are using cannabis for morning<br />

sickness because they think it’s<br />

safe,” Osborne said.<br />

“In the US it’s also being<br />

used as an opioid replacement<br />

therapy for pregnant women, a<br />

replacement for hard and more<br />

illicit drugs: ‘You’re not going<br />

to do heroin while you’re<br />

pregnant, but here, have some<br />

cannabis’.”<br />

Osborne said some of the<br />

research Stateside assessing the<br />

effects of cannabis use during<br />

pregnancy revealed some behavioural<br />

impacts similar to<br />

tobacco.<br />

Her latest study, which starts<br />

this month, dovetails with DNA<br />

data already available through<br />

the Christchurch Health and Development<br />

Study, an investigation<br />

which started more than 40<br />

years ago and originally included<br />

1265 people.<br />

Osborne has already sourced<br />

DNA data from cannabis users<br />

among that cohort, CMRF<br />

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Expectant mums focus of cannabis use study<br />

backing worth $100,000 now<br />

enables the Londoner and two<br />

staff to access data from mothers<br />

and their offspring held at the<br />

University of Bristol in the<br />

United Kingdom.<br />

The UK data is vital because it<br />

covers DNA from the parent and<br />

their children because the CHDS<br />

information doesn’t include the<br />

parents.<br />

“We can use the UK data to inform<br />

what we’d be looking for in<br />

the New Zealand cohort. We can<br />

streamline what we’re looking<br />

for so it means we’re more likely<br />

GROUND-<br />

BREAKING: Dr<br />

Amy Osborne is<br />

able to study the<br />

effect of cannabis<br />

use by pregnant<br />

women thanks<br />

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the Canterbury<br />

Medical Research<br />

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to get a better idea of what’s happening<br />

at the molecular level,”<br />

Osborne said.<br />

“In New Zealand our sample<br />

sizes are a lot smaller so if<br />

we want to statistically show<br />

associations – and it’s all about<br />

statistical power in genetics –<br />

the more samples you have the<br />

more likely you are to detect<br />

something.”<br />

Ultimately, Osborne would<br />

like to develop a mine of information<br />

from pregnant New<br />

Zealanders.<br />

“It would be amazing. We haven’t<br />

explored that as an option<br />

yet but depending on what we<br />

find it may be that’s naturally<br />

where our research goes. Then<br />

again that requires clinicians,<br />

epidemiologists, nurses and a lot<br />

of people recruiting as well,” she<br />

said.<br />

Osborne emphasised the<br />

study was impartial regarding<br />

cannabis.<br />

“We’re not trying to say<br />

‘cannabis is bad for you or<br />

cannabis is good for you’.<br />

It’s really important to make<br />

the distinction that this is<br />

basic biology, basic biological<br />

research,” she said.<br />

“What we’re trying to do is understand<br />

a little bit more of the<br />

impacts it (cannabis use) might<br />

be having.<br />

“Whether that’s the detrimental<br />

impacts that come with<br />

long-term use or whether it’s<br />

the medicinal and therapeutic<br />

impacts, we just don’t know.”<br />

Osborne said while cannabis<br />

use can be detrimental for heavy<br />

users, it could be beneficial<br />

regarding pain management, the<br />

treatment of chronic illnesses<br />

and end of life care.<br />

“If we can put some<br />

empirical meat on the bone<br />

and understand a bit about the<br />

molecular pathways that may<br />

or may not be involved we can<br />

start to understand a lot more,<br />

she said.<br />

Edith Cavell Corner<br />

Edith Cavell Lifecare manager Scott was delighted share with us that<br />

Registered Nurse Aakriti Neupane who just completed her NETP<br />

programme was given feedback from the nursing council that her<br />

portfolio was excellent, and she has been approved as Competent<br />

under PDRP.<br />

“Sadly for Aakriti she wasn’t able to attend any graduation ceremonies<br />

both for her Bachelor of Nursing degree completed last year or her recent<br />

celebration ceremony planned for 6th Sept on completion of NETP due<br />

to Covid lockdowns”, says Scott. To compensate, Edith Cavell held a<br />

morning tea to present her with her NETP completion certificate attended<br />

by her partner and her sister with her mother and father included via zoom<br />

in Nepal. Her mother is a very experienced, senior nurse in Nepal and her<br />

sister is completing her Bachelor of Nursing degree here in Christchurch<br />

this year. Maria Crone, Clinical Services Manager at Edith Cavell says they<br />

had an opportunity to nominate NETP nurses for one of 3 regional awards.<br />

“I nominated Aakriti for the Excellence in Professional Practice award and<br />

she won!” she says. She surprised her and her family by announcing the<br />

award at the morning tea.<br />

NETP Canterbury Region prize for Excellence in professional practice:<br />

Commitment to consolidation of critical thinking, clinical reasoning,<br />

challenge and influence practice, higher level of professionalism<br />

Maria and Aakriti outside Edith Cavell Lifecare.<br />

Edith Cavell NETP graduate’s<br />

success comes with a top prize!<br />

Maria says I was contacted by Rebecca Heyward who is the Nurse<br />

Coordinator, Nursing Workforce Development – Aged Residential Care for<br />

CDHB. Her words were, “I wanted to get in touch with you - the reviewers<br />

have reviewed who the prize winners should be from the nominations<br />

received and decided that Aakriti is a very deserving recipient of the<br />

Excellence in Professional Nursing award - I read her nomination as well<br />

and it was exceptional, fantastic she’s done so well this year. Many thanks<br />

Maria and all your team around her for supporting her and giving her the<br />

right environment to thrive”<br />

Maria and all at Edith Cavell are very proud of Aakriti and the team of<br />

Registered Nurses who supported her in her first year of practice.<br />

For more information on the Edith Cavell refurbishment<br />

call (03) 326 6608 or visit heritagelifecare.co.nz/EdithCavell


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Treasures from the past: The Colonists’ Hall<br />

THE OLDEST public library<br />

in Canterbury was originally<br />

based in one of the Canterbury<br />

Association’s Immigration<br />

Barracks on lower Oxford St that<br />

housed colonial settlers bound for<br />

the newly-purchased Canterbury<br />

Plains.<br />

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The librarian, a Mr Calvert,<br />

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first newspaper, the<br />

Lyttelton Times.<br />

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its collection and offering<br />

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as well as The London Times.<br />

The library became a social<br />

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Hall was built to house the<br />

growing collection and service<br />

the community’s insatiable appetite<br />

for information from around<br />

the British Empire. Thus on November<br />

22, 1867, the library and<br />

its Reading Room took over the<br />

hall’s entire ground floor, and the<br />

librarian, a Mr W Godfrey, dutifully<br />

kept it open from 10am-4pm<br />

and 6-10pm daily.<br />

The Lyttelton Borough School<br />

was built next door in 1875 and<br />

made good use of the library and<br />

study facilities for its students<br />

and teachers alike for the next 27<br />

years.<br />

The Colonist’s Society managed<br />

the library’s affairs for<br />

two decades until, in 1887, the<br />

Lyttelton Borough Council took<br />

over and established the Lyttelton<br />

Library under the Public Library<br />

Act 1869.<br />

The Colonists’<br />

Hall on the<br />

left sits beside<br />

the Lyttelton<br />

Borough<br />

School in the<br />

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hall in a state<br />

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Everyone is invited to pop in<br />

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Kintsugi: embracing the scars<br />

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Friday, Saturday and Sunday,<br />

10am-4pm and public holidays<br />

Kintsugi is group show<br />

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Slavery exploring the concept<br />

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Suzuki Swift hybrid shows promise<br />

IT’S TAKEN some time for the<br />

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Well, that doesn’t surprise me,<br />

Suzuki has long built smallish<br />

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the wheels.<br />

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a trip to the supermarket,<br />

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isn’t a lot of body movement, even<br />

though the rear suspension is a<br />

tube beam type there is enough<br />

• Price – Suzuki Swift hybrid<br />

Limited, $28,500<br />

• Dimensions – Length,<br />

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suspension movement to promote<br />

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Also, the hybrid model is sans sat<br />

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As with the entire Swift<br />

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Suzuki has a fairly extensive<br />

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22 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>13</strong> <strong>2021</strong> Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz<br />

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Wednesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>13</strong> <strong>2021</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News 23<br />

Secluded and Single Level...Stunning!<br />

10 Finnsarby Place, Sumner<br />

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Wake up to birdsong and sunny mornings, in this secluded, single level home.<br />

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Auction: Friday 22 <strong>October</strong> at 11am, Ray<br />

White Ferrymead offices, 21 Humphreys<br />

Drive, Ferrymead (not selling prior)<br />

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Jan Edlin<br />

M. 027 433 8025<br />

E. jan.edlin@raywhite.com<br />

Auction: Wednesday 20 <strong>October</strong><br />

at 4pm, on-site.<br />

www.raywhite.co.nz/OPA30110


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