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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2021

Connecting Your Local Community

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New bus stop

planned for

The Palms

Pupils gather

to farewell

school buildings

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All hands on deck for clean-up

WEEDING: Cleaning out a planter box at the Brighten Up Brighton annual community clean-up on Sunday was Beth

Jaeger (left) and the newly-elected city councillor Celeste Donovan.

PHOTO: JOHN COSGROVE ​

• By John Cosgrove

BUCKETS, SPADES and

brushes were all on hand at the

annual Brighten Up Brighton

clean-up on Sunday.

A large number of

community organisations

including Lions, volunteer

firefighters, community

board members, city council

staff, many residents’

associations and a number

of student volunteers rolled

up their sleeves and got stuck

in.

Tasks included painting

benches, poles, and some

walls, picking up rubbish and

clearing sections of weeds,

washing windows of empty

shops and weeding planter

boxes.

• Turn to page 4

List of

issues

outlined

by new

councillor

• By John Cosgrove

TSUNAMI evacuation routes

and the slowness of earthquake

legacy repairs top the list of issues

facing new city councillor Celeste

Donovan.

“Initially, I’ll need to spend time

getting up to speed on the issues

affecting both the ward and the

city,” she said.

Donovan won the Coastal

Ward by-election replacing James

Daniels who resigned.

She received 1507 of the 5234

votes cast.

Donovan said planned

repairs and upgrades to the

Pages Rd bridge, Hawke St

and New Brighton Rd, known

tusnami evacuation routes, will

happen soon and she wanted

residents to have real input on the

placement and design of the new

roads.

When the Kaikoura earthquake

struck in 2016 there was a lot of

confusion from people living near

the coast who feared a tsunami.

Roads leading away from the

coast were quickly clogged.

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New bus stop planned for The Palms

CUSTOMERS OF The Palms

bus hub in Shirley will soon

benefit from new and

improved bus stop

facilities.

The city council’s

acting head of transport

Lynette Ellis said they

are making it safer,

easier and more attractive

to catch the bus by

moving the bus stop,

building a better bus shelter and

creating a new waiting area.

Lynette

Ellis

Work involves moving the

New Brighton Rd bus stop

towards the Marshland

Rd intersection to create

a more attractive space

for the 250 bus passengers

who use the bus stop

daily.

“The existing bus stop

is on the south side of the

mall which is exposed

to the weather and has

poor visibility from the mall

entrances.

“The new bus stop and shelter

will be located by the car park

and has better connectivity to

The Palms and other connecting

bus services.”

The work includes a better

bus shelter, indented bus bays,

improved lighting, new bike

racks at the bus stop, replacing

the existing magnolia trees with

new magnolias and landscaping

plus new kerb and footpath

work where the existing bus

stop was.

IMPROVEMENT:

An artist’s

impression of

the new bus

hub to be built

outside The

Palms Mall in

Shirley.

IMAGE:

NEWSLINE

“We’ll be using part of The

Palms car park to construct

the relocated bus stop and

this will be a short detour for

pedestrians while we do the

work but the disruption will be

minimal.

“Bus users can continue to

use the existing bus stop while

we work on the new one,” Ellis

said.

Work on the hub started

this week and is expected to be

finished in December.

Council

can do a

better job

• From page 1

“These roads provide vital evacuation

routes and the community

needs confidence that these changes

will enable this.

“As a private citizen, I didn’t have

access to the plans for the upgrade

of the streets around the bridge, but

now I can review them and prepare

for their release shortly.

“I want to be able to talk with the

community about the upgrades,”

she said.

Her other priority will be to seek

clearer information on the completion

of earthquake legacy issues.

“Many of the repairs are long

overdue and the community has

fought hard for these repairs and

want no further delays.”

Donovan believes council can do

a better job of engaging and communicating

with communities.

“We need to improve access to

decision makers, reform outdated

systems, and encourage active

citizenship.

“Low voter turnout in the recent

election is a clear sign that something

needs to change.

“The next few months will be critical

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Volunteers came from

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Organiser and Coastal-

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“I’m not sure how many volunteers

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well over 100. We did a solid twoand-a-half

hours’ work but were

still far from getting everything

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“There is still a lot that needs

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at that and we might have to do

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85 YEARS APART: The entire school, staff and pupils lined up for a group shot to mark the last day for the Shirley Intermediate School’s main building.

In 1936 the school lined up for a similar photo.

PHOTO (left): GEOFF SLOAN

Shirley Intermediate buildings farewelled

• By John Cosgrove

FOR ALMOST nine decades

more than 13,000 children have

passed through doors of Shirley

Intermediate School. Now the

original building at the school is

being demolished.

Shirley Intermediate is the

oldest school of its type in

the city and it has graced the

intersection of Shirley Rd and

North Pde since 1934.

The main building with its

iconic entrance way facing

North Pde will now make way

for modern learning spaces

including a technology hub.

Early in the 1930s, the lupincovered

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To commemorate the historic

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A total of 152 pupils and 20

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weeks ago, capturing this historic

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Si’ave said that while the

building had been an iconic

landmark in Shirley for 87 years,

its replacement is a fitting continuation

of the story of specialist

intermediate education in the

greater Shirley area.

“Our children will have

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Deputy principal, Brett

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Si’ave said the school has

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The project, part of the

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