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Looking out for neighbours

is all in a day’s work for Tilaga

• By John Cosgrove

IN SPITE OF suffering from a

recent fall Tilaga Sethupathy-Walsh

still goes out whenever she can to

help her neighbours.

For her dedication and her passion

for gardening, she was awarded

the Ōtautahi Community Housing

Trust housing hero award for 2021.

Her immediate reaction when

named the overall winner of the

award was a quiet thank you.

“But I’m not sure what I’ve done

to deserve this,” she added.

The very modest Tilaga has been

a tenant of the Sydenham-based

council housing community for 22

years and said she tries to do the

best she can.

“For those who cannot get out

and work in their gardens, I step in

and help out where I can.

“I want to do all I can as we are

a very close community here, we

know everyone, and gardening is

my passion,” she said.

From among the 40 nominations

for the annual housing hero award,

her story of always being there to

help anyone and everyone in her

OCHT tenants unit caught the eye

of the judges.

Her nomination, endorsed by her

neighbours, talked about her never

asking questions and never asking

for anything in return.

It said Tilaga was just an all round

wonderful tenant and well respected

by all as she helped others by

tending others’ gardens and doing

what she could to make her community

a colourful and comfortable

place to live.

• Turn to page 9

WINNER: Tilaga Walsh-Sethupathy was named the overall winner of the 2021 Ōtautahi Community Housing Trust

housing hero award.

PHOTO: JOHN COSGROVE

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what’s on

this week

The Nifty Spring Flea Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

La Voûte – Vintage & Antique Interior

Objects, 96 Marshall St, Woolston

The Nifty Markets are teaming up

with their favourite vintage furniture

store, La Voute for the Spring Flea

Market. All of our stalls will be selling

men’s/women’s/unisex vintage plus

pre-loved clothing while La Voute

will be open downstairs selling all of

their beautiful vintage pieces for your

home.

Free admission.

Glaucoma NZ Symposium

Sunday, 9-11.30am

75 Jack Hinton Drive, Addington

Racecourse

A free event where specialists will

donate their time to bring up to date

information on living with glaucoma

and people will speak about their own

personal glaucoma journeys. Keynote

speaker Dr Rahul Dwivedi, consultant

ophthalmologist. To register

phone 0800 452 826 or email info@

glaucoma.org.nz

Opawa Farmers’ Market

Every Sunday 9am to noon

Christchurch South Library car park, 66

Colombo St (note new address)

The Opawa Farmers’ Market prides

itself on having the best selection of

fresh local produce in Christchurch,

including a large organic range

from well-known and trusted local

growers. Top up your vege shop with

fresh artisan bread, French-style

Christchurch Photo Hunt, all November, 66 Colombo St, cnr Hunter

Tce. View images from the annual Christchurch Photo Hunt from 2008

through to 2020 in the Christchurch City Libraries mobile discovery wall

currently at the South Library. The annual Photo Hunt aims to gather

photographs, digital and physical, from across the community, along with

the unique stories of their creators. These photographs are made available

via the Discovery Wall and form part of the permanent heritage online

collections on Canterbury Stories at City Libraries, through the eyes of local

people. Free

pastries, free-range eggs, locally made

Italian cheeses, seasonal fruits and

much more. Soak up the relaxed and

friendly atmosphere at this popular

down-to-earth market. Free.

Chimp – Social Woes

Exhibition

Opening night, Friday, 5- 9pm.

Running until November 27.

Fiksate Studio & Gallery, 54 Hawdon St,

Sydenham

Social Woes is a solo exhibition by

Wellington-based urban artist Chimp.

It examines the social policing

facilitated by the internet.

Shabby Chic Market Day

Sunday, 11am-3pm

The Rochester Villa, 21 Connal St,

Woolston

Fresh air shopping, inspiration and

old-school fun times in the relaxed

environs of the Shabby Chic Market.

Cash only event (no Eftpos onsite).

Over 40 stallholders offering you a

wide variety of fresh and curious

shabby chic themed treats and

treasures. Free admission

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Thursday November 4 2021 3

50-year gathering for former post office workers

• By John Cosgrove

IT GOES LIKE THIS: Former post office investigative officers Rod Cameron (left) and Wayne Butterworth look over one of

the franking machines recovered from the central post office building in Cathedral Square. On a commemorative plate,

former post office admin staff from the typing pool – Colleen Eathorne of Redwood (left) and Ann Matheson of Waimairi

Beach – spot the windows they used to look out of.

PHOTOS: JOHN COSGROVE ​

STORIES OF adventures and

shenanigans had in the typing

pool or in the mail rooms

were recounted as 50 former

employees of the Post Office met

for the first time in 50 years.

The former administration

staff members had all worked at

some stage of their careers in the

old Christchurch chief post office

in the Cathedral Square.

Chief postmasters office reunion

committee chairman Rod

Cameron of Beckenham, said it

was a good time to reminisce.

Cameron, a former post

investigations officer, said that

over the past year a group of

ex-employees had been working

online organising the staff reunion

held at the Cashmere Club

on Saturday.

“It has been quite difficult

trying to track down all these

people with who we previously

worked with, but not seen for

some 50 years.

“We were fortunate however

in tracing and contacting a total

116 personal and managed to

get 50 people to come along to

the reunion.

“Many of those interested

in attending now live overseas

and were really keen to come

but unfortunately were unable,”

Cameron said.

Cameron started in 1961 as a

telegram boy before eventually

becoming an investigating officer

chasing up stolen mail or

fraud scams.

“Much of what we got up to on

the job we can’t tell anyone about

as people today would think

we’re mean or they wouldn’t get

the joke but we got away with it

in those days,” Cameron said.

His funniest memory was

discovering marijuana growing

implements and seeds sent from

overseas.

“We called the police who

followed the parcel to its destination

in a rural community, there

they discovered a massive growing

operation.

Fellow postal investigator

Wayne Butterworth of Sreydon

recalls starting in 1965 as a toll

operator having to juggle calls

because they only had 40 lines to

Wellington to work with.

“Then one day I was looking

out of a window overlooking

the square when I saw a woman

learner driver crash into the only

phone box we had in the square.”

Butterworth said: “ I was on 111

calls that day and had everyone

calling was to report it, all at the

same time.”

Ann Matheson of Waimari

Beach, was a typist during the

late 60s early 70s and recalled

the day a younger woman came

to work in a very, very short

mini skirt, “She was sent home

to change into something more

appropriate so she returned in

a maxi dress just to annoy the

supervisor,” she said.

Matheson recalls in 1970 being

paid $1195 per annum for their

work which came out to $39 per

week.

Fellow typist pool member

Colleen Eathorne of Redwood,

said she remembers they had

a great social life there and

many life-long relationships or

friendships were made there.

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Thursday November 4 2021

Trick or treat: Witches, ghouls, ghosts

• By John Cosgrove

THERE WERE more treats than

tricks at the Hoon Hay Halloween

kids night on Sunday as hundreds

of children gathered in small

groups and walked the streets in

search of candy.

Back for a second year in a

row, the Hoon Hay Community

Association chairwoman Jenny

Goodman said the group was

pleased with the turnout for the

event they hosted at the Hoon

Hay Community Centre.

“Due to Covid-19, we primarily

run this event as a stop on

children’s trick or treating route

around the streets of Hoon Hay,”

she said.

Association member Kaitlyn

White said the witches, goblins,

fairies, spacemen, ghouls and

ghosts started appearing for their

lollies and games an hour before

the event was due to start.

“It was great to see them all

walking along with their mums

and dads. We put on lots of simple

games for them to play, including

ten pin bowling using toilet rolls

as pins and large-scale Jenga plus

indoor games,” White said.

She added they had packed 240

packets of lollies for distribution,

which all went very quickly.

“It was busier than last year and

it was good to see so many parents

had also dressed up and got into

the spirit of it all,” White said.

SCARY FUN: Best friends Ariella Machiso 5, (left) and Zahara

Cording, 6, came dressed as witches and fairies.


BEWITCHED: Hazel Hope (left) and Scarlett O’Dell, both

eight years old, at the Hoon Hay Halloween kids night.

SWEET TREAT: Hoon Hay Community Association member

Kaitlyn White loads up Coda Bovitt, 4, with lollies.

PHOTOS: JOHN COSGROVE

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Thursday November 4 2021 5

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ON THE PROWL: Kyle Estoquia, 6, (top left) and

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Hay Community Association’s Halloween kids night

last Sunday.

LITTLE ELF: Rihan Singh, 2, accompanied by his

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TICKLED PINK: Vivienne Wu, 3, and her dad Kai Wu.

PHOTOS: JOHN COSGROVE

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The Dutch Café opened last month,

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Thursday November 4 2021 7

Cashmere High wins big

Anniversary

• By John Cosgrove

ENTERPRISING STUDENTS

from Cashmere High School used

their business acumen to win

their final at the Young Enterprise

Scheme Canterbury regional

awards, and also scooped many

excellence awards.

Food Fight – Jack Carran,

Oakley Inkersell, Aljaz Smrekar

and Rosa Kelly – were the Canterbury

South regional winners

with an educational project

aimed at tackling obesity issues

in youth.

Their winning project equips

school children with knowledge

about their food and nutrition

via a fun educational card game,

which also incorporates spelling,

reading and Te Reo Māori.

The idea was inspired by a

member of the team who had

struggled with weight issues

when he was younger.

Hosted at the Ara Institute of

Canterbury’s Christchurch campus,

12 secondary school teams

covering both north and south

Canterbury came in one after

the other for a day of ‘Dragons

Den’ style pitches.

Organisers said Food Fight

impressed the panel of industryconnected

judges with their

entrepreneurial aptitude.

Watching on via a live streaming

link were 183 teams of

students, teachers, families and

friends.

THE WINNING TEAM: The Food Fight team (from left)

Aljaz Smrekar (18), Rosa Kelly (18) and Oakley Inkersell (18).

Fellow entrepreneur Jack Carran (18) was unavailable for

the photo.

PHOTO CASHMERE HIGH SCHOOL ​

Cashmere High School teams

also picked up several excellence

awards: Upcycle Tiedowns

grabbed the Ara Institute of

Canterbury YES regional excellence

award for finance.

The Powell Fenwick regional

excellence award for sustainability

was won by Buddy Bites,

and STAP Ltd won the Cyclone

regional award for enterprising

technology.

And Danger Danger won the

Rotary Club of Christchurch

Sunrise regional excellence

award for social enterprise, as

well as the Baldasso Cortese

Noordanus regional excellence

award for innovation.

The students main teacher

Matt Benassi said: “This year

the teams at Cashmere have

exemplified what it means to be

an entrepreneur.

“It has been a challenging year,

but that didn’t get in the way of

any of the student businesses.”

He said all of them aimed to

help solve a problem, whether it

be educating students about nutrition

or dangerous situations

or solving a sustainability issue.

“They have all challenged

themselves and they are proud

to be part of the businesses they

have started,” he said.

of Huntsbury

celebrated

• By John Cosgrove

A YEAR after the Huntsbury

centenary celebrations were

held, the event organisers will

be conducting a

plaque unveiling

this weekend to

commemorate

the anniversary

of the settlement

of Huntsbury.

Organising

David

Brayton

committee

member David

Brayton said

he had found

a suitable rock after wandering

around the hills for about six

months looking for one.

“It took about six people to

move it into place outside the

Huntsbury community centre

and then we had a plaque

designed and made,” he said.

Brayton said the committee

has asked Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board chairwoman

Karolin Potter to unveil the

plaque during a neighbourhood

gathering at the Huntsbury

IN PLACE: A plaque

to commemorate the

settlement of Huntsbury will

be unveiled this Saturday.

community centre this Saturday

night at 7.30pm.

He said residents on the hill

combined to “make all this

happen” and the idea for the

plaque came to him after the city

council had allowed him access

to a large stack of historical data

on the suburb.

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Awards presented for

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beyond for the community

•From page 1

She recently hurt her back

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Jim McMillan

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