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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2021

Connecting you with your neighbourhood

Pupils’ video a bid to make

safer routes to school

• By Emily Moorhouse

PUPILS HAVE made a video

and lobbied a community

board in a bid to make roads

near their school safer.

And their pleas seem to be

working.

St Martins School put

a proposal forward to the

Cashmere-Spreydon Community

Board board about

the dangers of crossing roads,

particularly at the Centaurus

Rd roundabout.

Pupils raised concerns of

drivers not stopping or seeing

children on their way to school

during peak traffic hours.

Their solutions were to bring

the school sign closer to the

entrance of the school and

introduce zebra stripes on their

kea crossing.

Board member Tim Scandrett

said they met with the

school and discussed options to

increase road safety which were

passed on to traffic engineers.

Some of these options included

increasing signage and

paintwork to make the roads

look busier which would hopefully

slow cars down.

He said the board have

been trying to ban U-turns

and decrease the speed limit

around schools and was

hoping to have some plans in

place for St Martins School by

Christmas.

• Turn to page 6

CONCERNS: The kea crossing near the Centaurus Rd Albert Tce roundabout.

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Collaborative Mural

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Roimata Food Commons, Radley Park

Go along and help create 35m of

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Christchurch Photo Hunt

All of November

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View images from the annual

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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

Opawa Farmers’ Market, Every Sunday, 9am-noon, Christchurch

South Library car park, 66 Colombo St. 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

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Thursday November 25 2021 3

Epic fundraising run for Enzo

In Brief

• By Kristie Boland

ANTHONY MARTIN’S 100km

run in Diamond Harbour took

him more than 23 hours to

complete, and at the end of it all

he wanted was a cup of Irish tea.

On Canterbury

Anniversary

Day,

Anthony Martin

ran 100km

with a 3600m

elevation to

raise money

for a Redcliffs

Anthony

Martin

teenager who

suffered a

spinal injury in

early 2020.

Enzo Halliburton, now 18,

was involved in a tragic swimming

accident in Moncks Bay in

January, 2020. While swimming

with friends, Enzo dived into the

water and did not resurface. He

had seriously injured his spine

and his friends had to perform

mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

and call for an ambulance.

Enzo suffered a C5-C7 spinal

injury and is now a tetraplegic.

Martin has a work colleague

whose son was with Enzo that

day. After hearing Enzo’s story,

Martin decided he wanted to do

something to help raise money

to go towards a specialised bike

for Enzo.

This was the first ultra-marathon

distance Martin had ran.

During training, Martin had

ENDURANCE: Anthony Martin during his 100km run in Diamond Harbour.

what he described as a “drawback”

when he ruptured his

hamstring in two places, tore the

cartilage in his hip and had to get

his Achilles tendon reattached.

On the day of the run,

Martin joined in on part of the

Krayzie K’s ultra trail running

event. The temperature that day

was 27 deg C.

“Being an Irish lad, I’m not

built for heat,” said Martin.

The 100km run took him 23hr

38min. Thinking about Enzo

and what he had gone through is

what got Martin through those

last hours.

“Even in the worst pain that

I was in, it’s still a drop in the

ocean of the reality of being

tetraplegic,” he said.

When he finally crossed the

finish line at 8.25am on Saturday

morning, there was one thing on

Martin’s mind: “All I wanted was

a cup of tea, there was no tea [at

the finish line] so I drove to my

mates and he had some Irish tea

bags, it was perfect.”

•If you wish to donate to

Enzo’s cause you can go

to https://givealittle.co.nz/

Enzo Halliburton

RESIDENTS FIGHT FIRE

Residents extinguished a fire in

Hansen Park with hoses before

fire service arrived within 10

minutes. The fire was in a small

area near Butler St beside a

boundary fence on Monday

night.

SCHOOL CROSSING

POINT REQUESTED

Te Kōmanawa Rowley School

has requested a kea crossing

be put in on Rowley Ave to

improve road safety for pupils.

The Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board will hold a site

visit with the school and board

members about the proposed

crossing before the end of school

term on December 15.

SCOUTS RECEIVE GRANT

St Martins Scouts Group

has been granted $3000 by

the Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board. The board

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Thursday November 25 2021 5

Call for feedback on proposal to lower speed limits

REDUCED SPEED limits could

be in the pipeline for parts of

Scarborough and Taylors

Mistake.

Selected streets would have

speed limits reduced from

50km/h to 40km/h under the

proposals.

Residents of those areas are

being encouraged to share their

views on the draft proposals

which are part of the city council’s

Slow Speeds Neighbourhood

programme.

“Improving

the safety of our

road network is

a priority for the

council. Creating

safer streets by

reducing speeds

is a key way we

Steffan

Thomas

can do that,”

said city council

transport operations

manager Steffan Thomas.

“We are working

proactively with communities

to identify areas where speed is

a problem. By lowering speeds,

people feel encouraged to safely

walk or cycle around their

neighbourhoods.”

“While many road users in

these areas already travel below

the current speed limit, implementing

a lower limit will help

those unfamiliar with the area to

understand the safe and appropriate

speed.”

“Scarborough and Taylors

Mistake in particular attract

large numbers of visitors to the

beaches and walkways over the

summer months and this will

help to signpost and reinforce

safe driver behaviour.”

The city council has

implemented a number of slow

speed neighbourhoods over the

past five years and will continue

to prioritise the initiative,

Thomas said.

The deadline for submissions is

December 5.

• HAVE YOUR SAY:

Should speed limits be

reduced from 50km/h

to 40km/h in parts of

Scarborough and Taylors

Mistake and where do

you think these reduced

speed limits should be?

Email your thoughts to

kristie.boland@starmedia.

kiwi in 200 words or less

TIGHT: Trucks ease past

each other on the way up

Scarborough Rd towards

Taylors Mistake.

(Right) – The only speed

sign on the Taylors Mistake

Rd.

PHOTOS: JOHN COSGROVE

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Thursday November 25 2021

Sharpen your

painting skills

on park mural

• By Emily Moorhouse

COMMUNITY participation

and connection is the idea

behind a planned mural for

Radley Park.

Starting next week,

Woolston residents will be

rolling up their sleeves to help

paint a mural that will be put up

along the existing fence line at

the park.

Roimata Food Commons

founder, which is located at the

park, Michael Reynolds, felt

as though most public spaces

were heavily under-used as

community spaces.

“People don’t necessarily feel

like the park belongs to them,”

he said.

“We wanted to create a space

for people to feel connected.”

The inspiration behind the

project stems from the postearthquake

street art in central

city. Reynolds said it invited

people to spend more time in

those places admiring the art

and wanted to bring the same to

Woolston.

There will be workshops

running each Saturday from

November 27 at 2-4.30pm.

The community can

contribute a steady hand for

painting the mural designed

by local artist Sandrine Line

Marie.

BUSY: Centaurus Rd looking down to Albert Tce and the St Martins

School kea Crossing. Right – Parents helping children cross at the

kea crossing near the Centaurus Rd roundabout.

PHOTOS: JOHN COSGROVE

Solutions discussed with community board

• From page 1

“We’re trying to do what we

can with what we’ve got,” he said.

Year eight pupils told Southern

View about the dangers

of walking or biking to

school with busy traffic.

Elsie Brown said some

cars didn’t indicate so it’s

hard to know when to

cross at the roundabout.

Esme Turner usually

travels on her skateboard

to school and said some

cars didn’t stop at the

kea crossing and thought putting

zebra stripes in would solve this.

Alice Denley

Catalina Williams and Ella

Tuffnell also thought introducing

zebra stripes would help cars slow

down and notice that children

were trying to cross the

busy road.

Olivia Marshall said

traffic was just as busy

when she was walking

home and cars didn’t

look around to check for

pupils crossing.

“There’s lots of little

kids scootering home

with their parents and

I think it must be quite scary for

them.”

Senior pupils also went to

the Mobil service station on

Centaurus Rd after school and

they felt it was dangerous trying

to cross the road to get there.

The school released a survey

for parents and pupils about

preferred modes of transport and

found that parents would rather

their children walk or bike to

school if it was safer.

Deputy principal Alice

Denley said meeting with

the community board was

successful and solutions were

discussed.

“The board didn’t think that

•HAVE YOUR SAY: What

safety measures should be

implemented at Centaurus

roundabout – Centaurus Rd,

Wilsons Rd and Albert Tce?

Send your views to emily.

moorhouse@starmedia.

kiwi Keep responses to 200

words or less.

the Mobil would be an issue,

they just thought it would be the

roundabout itself so it was good

for them to hear from the kids

that they do go to Mobil and it’s a

busy area.”

Five artists combine for our new group exhibition ‘Sum of the Parts’

November 27 - December 14; on show for a shorter duration to allow

for all-important Christmas pickup opportunities.

Contributing artists are Christchurch Kara Burrowes and local Little

River sculptor Jane Downes. Jasmine Keir’s studio is in Kerikeri, just up

the road from Dave Green in Rawene, and Debra Powell is from the

rural Waikato hamlet of Te Pahu.

Kara Burrowes is an artist and designer based in Christchurch. Her work

is tactile and experimental. Using recycled wood from demolition sites, she loves

the concept of transforming something quite ordinary into something precious and

alluring. “Through reinterpretation I like to create a new language, often through the

use of pattern and repetition, method and process.”

Debra Powell’s alias in the pottery studio is ‘Little Betty’. Her ceramic work has

strong narrative themes, exploring relationships between people and nature, playing

with convention, and infusing the result with a gentle humour.

Oxidized copper artist Jasmine Keir endeavours to create and understand the

alchemy of colours achievable via her artistic process; one which uses a variety of

natural ingredients to react with and manipulate the finish of her copper works.

Dave Green creates whimsical arrangements; ‘Lightshifter’ sculptures. His art is about changing the form

and shape of found, often discarded, objects - both natural and manmade. Reborn out of pre-loved glass

and crystal, some are lighting devices others are designed to hang in the light.

Sculptor Jane Downes’ delicate themes are fabricated in steel. ‘Arboresque’ a study of tree forms, an

observation of nature’s sacred geometry.”

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Thursday November 25 2021

Miles Warren garden among those

showcased in tour this weekend

TE KURA ō Ōhinetahi

(Governors Bay School) is having

its annual garden tour fundraiser

on Sunday, showcasing 10

gardens in the area.

The money raised will go

towards school activities, sports,

and cultural costs for the next

two years.

School committee board

member Annabelle Wear said:

“We have a great community

and the parents are getting

together to showcase some

amazing properties.

“We are super grateful to

the owners for their kindness

in opening up what are normally

private gardens most of us

would never get to see.”

Included in the unguided

tour will be Ōhinetahi Gardens,

a garden of international

significance owned by Sir Miles

Warren, and ‘Waitahuna’, the

original Dyer Homestead, as

well as seven new gardens not

seen in the last tour.

The properties are dotted

from Allandale to Zephyr Tce.

Buses will be put on to navigate

the roads in a continuous loop,

hop on and hop off.

Te Kura ō Ōhinetahi wishes

to thank all their sponsors who

have made this possible.

Top tier totara sponsors

include Total Safety Consulting,

Mortgage First, David Levastam

of Ray White, Four Square Supermarket

Diamond Harbour,

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Goodfor Refillery, Flourish Foliage,

Treekind, Laven Landscaping

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Peninsula Electrical, Mitre

10 Beckenham and Portstone

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• The garden tour runs

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Sunday. Tickets cost $60

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[Edition datE]

2

in

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Christmas is a great time for passing down recipes that are tried and true becoming

traditional family favourites. The owner of this recipe says her mum used to make

the pudding on Christmas Eve and would take the bowl and wooden spoon around

everyone in the house to stir the mixture and make a wish.

Make a Wish Christmas Pudding

You will need:

• 1 ½ tbsp butter

• 1 ½ tsp baking soda

• 1 ½ cups of boiling water

• 1 ½ cups flour

• 1 ½ cups mixed fruit or sultanas

• ¾ cup sugar

Method:

1. In a glass or stainless steel bowl,

melt the butter (over hot water)

and dissolve the baking soda.

2. Add the boiling water and

sugar.

3. When cool, add flour and

mixed fruit.

4. Stir all the ingredients together

and make a Christmas wish.

5. Cover bowl with a tea towel and

allow to stand overnight.

The next day:

• Place mixture into a greased

bowl or ice-cream container,

cover with tinfoil and place in a

pot of water, just deep enough

so the bowl doesn’t float.

• Boil pudding for four hours and

check regularly to make sure

the water has boiled dry. Top

up carefully with extra water if

required.

• Serve with heaps of Chantilly

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Chantilly

Cream

You will need:

• 1 x bottle of cream

• ½ tsp vanilla essence

• 1 tbsp icing sugar to

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ADVENTURES: Ray on the Benmore Dam during the Alps to Ocean Trail in 2017, and with Judith on West Coast Wilderness Trail in 2015.

Spin class cyclists gear up for off-road trip

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Ray and Judith brought their

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“We find there is a huge sense

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or Wild Rocket

Salad 150g

Coca-Cola, Sprite or L&P

18 x 330ml Cans

Olivani

Spread

375-500g

$

3 80

ea

$

5 90

kg

Fresh NZ Whole Chicken Thighs

(Excludes Free Range)

$

2 50

ea

$

1 00

ea

Large Hass Avocados

Copper Kettle Potato Chips

140-150g or Griffin's Premium

Chocolate Biscuits 160-215g

$

6 00

ea

Bean Supreme

Sausages or

Vege Gourmet

Burgers 340-375g

Shop online at FreshChoiceYourWay.co.nz

or download the FreshChoice app

Barrington

Open 7am – 10pm, 7 days a week.

barrington.store.freshchoice.co.nz

City Market

Open 7am – 9pm, 7 days a week

citymarket.store.freshchoice.co.nz

Prices apply from Monday 22nd to Sunday 29th November 2021, or while stocks last at FreshChoice Barrington & City Market only.

Limits may apply. Wine & Beer discounts are less than 24.99%.

FreshChoiceNZ

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LOCALS

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