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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17 2022

www.starnews.co.nz

Push to lower speed

limit outside college

• By Natalie Pham

MEDIAN: Traffic on Aldwins Rd, outside Te Aratai College.

THE SPEED limit of a busy road

in Linwood could be lowered to

improve safety.

Te Aratai College principal

Dick Edmundson has been

approached by parents and students

throughout the year about

concerns of excessive speed on

Aldwins Rd.

Edmundson said it is not ideal

to have a 60km/h zone outside of a

school because the median speed

could well be higher than the

speed limit.

But the speed limit could now

be reduced to 30km/h during

school hours as part of the city

council’s Slow Speeds Neighbourhood

programme.

Residents are encouraged to

share their views on the planned

changes which would see speed

limits reduce from 50km/h to

40 and 30km/h on selected

streets.

Said Edmundson: “There’s

always been people driving fast

along Aldwins Rd whether it’s

50km/h or 60km/h. All through

the day because it’s such a busy

road,” Edmundson said.

While the speeding issue has

been here “forever,” he thinks

the increase of the speed limit to

60km/h has led to a rise in the

median speed.

There have been near misses

outside the school caused by a

number of factors, but Edmundson

said speed increases the risk.

“The single greatest fear

that any principal has is that

something will happen to the

students. It’s greater than NCEA

passes, it’s greater than how the

school musical is going to go.”

The public consultation for the

programme is open until January

3.

City council transport operations

manager Stephen Wright

said staff will make changes

to the plan and present their

recommendations to a hearings

PHOTO: STAR NEWS ​

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“We anticipate this would

happen in February, with a

decision made by council in

March.”

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South Christchurch Farmers’

Market

Sunday, 9am-noon

South Library

The South Christchurch Farmers’

Market (formerly 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 pastries, free-range eggs,

locally made Italian cheeses, seasonal

fruits and much more.

Technology Help Drop In

Session (BYO Device)

Tuesday, 10.30-11.30am

Spreydon Library

Do you need help using your smartphone,

iPad, or tablet? Go along to the

drop-in sessions for help with email,

searching the internet, using the

library catalogue, eBooks, and general

computer queries. Take your laptop,

tablet, or smartphone for help with

anything digital. Free, no bookings

required.

Addington Fun Fair

Saturday, 11am-3pm

St Mary’s Church Square

Food, stalls, children’s games, pony

rides, bouncy castle, face painting,

and live music

Spice of Life, Saturday, 11am-2pm, 39 Nursery Rd,

Phillipstown. Looking to add a bit of spice into your life? Keen to engage

with the best and brightest of the vibrant Phillipstown community, and

grab a bargain? With food stalls, music, a flea market, henna tattooing,

stone carving, and much more – the Phillipstown Community Market and

Gala Day is the place to be.

Cosplay for Armageddon

Monday, 5-7pm

South Library

Are you planning to make a showstopper

costume for the Christchurch

Armageddon Expo the being held at

Te Pae in December? Go to the Libraries

Auahatanga makerspaces for

3D printing, laser cutting and printing

session. Check out the Libraries

Armageddon page for more info.

JP Clinic

Tuesday, 10am-1pm - South Library

Thursday, 10.30am-1.30pm -

Spreydon Library

A justice of the peace will be available

to members of the community,

to witness signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear oaths,

declarations, affidavits or affirmations

as well as sign citizenship, sponsorship

or rates rebates applications.

There is no charge for this service.

Afterschool Activity Zone:

Science on Ice – An Antarctic

Adventure

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

South Library

Join for a variety of activities

including technology, crafts and

games in a fun learning environment.

Today’s session is a special Antarctic

one. Take an Antarctic adventure

with Sonny Ngatai and learn all about

Scott Base, New Zealand’s home in

the Antarctica and the special animals

and scientists who work there.

Watch episodes of Science on Ice,

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New walking tracks at stormwater basin

PEOPLE WILL be able to enjoy

4km of new walking track when

the city council’s award-winning

stormwater basin in Hoon Hay

opens to the public tomorrow.

The stormwater basin is part

of a 109ha network of basins and

wetlands that the city council

has been working on in the upper

catchment of the Heathcote

River. The facility as a whole

has been named Te Kuru and

includes the Eastman Wetlands.

The city council is investing

more than $50 million in the

project and last month picked up

a national award for it.

City council

head of three

waters Helen

Beaumont said

this section of

the project is

now complete

and ready for

Helen

Beaumont

the public to

use. It has 4km

of walking track

and large areas of wetland and

native planting for people to

enjoy.

It will eventually link to

three other stormwater storage

and filtration basins that will

collectively be able to store more

than one million cubic metres

of floodwater in big rain events,

reducing the risk of flooding

downstream.

In total, the area will provide

around 14km of walking tracks,

TRAILS: Te Kuru and Eastman Wetlands have been completed and will be opened tomorrow.

cycle tracks and bridges, as well

as large swathes of native plantings.

About 110,000 trees and

600,000 native plants are going

in the ground as part of the

revegetation effort.

“Improving our floodplain

and stormwater management

was obviously the catalyst for

this project but a lot of effort has

gone into ensuring this area also

delivers long-term ecological and

recreational benefits for the city,’’

Beaumont said.

“When the stormwater basins

aren’t being used to store floodwater,

we want people to be able

to enjoy this area and for it to

be habitat for birds and other

wildlife, including lizards.

“Friday’s opening of Te Kuru is

a taste of what is in store for the

rest of this area. When the other

stormwater basins are completed,

this entire area will become a

recreational and ecological asset

for the city.”

The name Te Kuru ‘the blow

with the fist’ was recommended

to the city council by Ngāi

Tūāhuriri. Mana whenua have

historically used it to reference

the area.

PHOTO: NEWSLINE

• A public opening event

will be held at Te Kuru

tomorrow between 10.30am

and 12.30pm. The event is

an opportunity for people

to go along and learn more

about the area and the

wider project and to take a

walking tour of the site. The

best entry point to Te Kuru

is from the new car park

located at 600 Cashmere Rd.

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Taumatua School pupils and

staff have been surprised with

generous gifts.

The school has received two

sheds for storing gardening

equipment and pupils’ wheels.

Teacher Lyn Petch said the

sheds from PlaceMakers could

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time.

Many students have been

riding their bikes, skateboards

and scooters around the field

since the playground makeover

was completed in May. But

it became a problem because

there was no available storage

space.

An additional 15 secondhand

skateboards, bikes and

scooters were also donated

by families to the school for

pupils who do not have their

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“Keeping them in the office

was not ideal, but fortunately

they fit perfectly into one of

the new sheds,” Petch said.

Gardening tools for the

school’s dedicated community

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Sports stars receive Zonta awards

THE 31ST Zonta sports awards

event, organised by the Zonta

Club of Christchurch South,

was held recently at the Hornby

Working Men’s Club.

It was a very inspirational

night with 314 attendees. Nine

individual winners and two

team winners were announced,

together with a number of highly

commended certificates awarded

as the standard was so high.

Tessa Morrison, a member of

the inaugural Tauihi Basketball

League, spoke of her life journey

in sport and her continued

advocacy for equality and fairness

in sport and for using sport to

connect with young people.

Final results:

Category one: The award for

the most valued contribution to

a team by a young sports woman

or sports man who is not eligible

for nomination in categories four

or six.

Girls winner: Reed McHugh,

Christchurch Girls’ High School,

aerobics.

Highly commended: Sophie

O’Connor, St Andrew’s College,

rowing.

Finalists: Ella Hartel, Rangi

Ruru Girls’ School, football.

Sienna O’Shannessey, Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School, rowing. Zara Sadler,

Avonside Girls’ High School,

korfball, netball.

Boys winner: Henry Farrell, St

Andrew’s College, rowing. Finalists:

Jack Coulthard, St Thomas of

Canterbury, rugby. Joel Richardson,

Middleton Grange School,

volleyball

Category two: The award for

contribution to sports administration

by a young woman and

a young man in a position of

umpire, referee, coach or tutor.

Girls winner:

Jessica Pope,

Lincoln High

School, netball.

Highly commended:

Keira

Jessica

Pope

Henry Farrell

Hill, Cashmere

High School,

basketball. Emma

Marshall, Rolleston College,

hockey.

Finalists: Thornton Alexandra,

Avonside Girls’ High School, netball.

Sarah Foi, Haeata Community

College, netball, volleyball.

Maia Jeffs, Papanui High School,

Reed McHugh

netball. Savannah Van Dyk, Lincoln

High School, netball.

Boys winner:

Lochie Ellison,

Hillmorton High

School, Hockey.

Highly commended:

Kai

Lochie

Shields, Burnside

High School, basketball.

Finalists:

Ellison

Liam Hackston, St Andrew’s College,

football. Matthew Patterson,

St Andrew’s College, basketball.

Category three: The award for

the most outstanding achievement

by a young sports woman

and a young sportsman with a

disability.

Combined winners: Gabriella

Smith, Rangi Ruru Girls’ School,

para swimming. Highly commended:

Sarah James, Avonside

Girls’ High School, wheelchair

athletics. Lili-Fox Mason, Villa

Maria College, para swimming.

Finalists: Millie Long, Rolleston

College, swimming, boccia. Rorie

Poff, St Thomas of Canterbury

College, athletics. Josh Rae, Papanui

High School, cross country,

road race.

Category four: The award for

the most outstanding individual

achievement by a young sportswoman

and a young sportsman

specialising in one sport.

Girls winner: Paris Chin,

Burnside High School, rhythmic

gymnastics. Highly commended:

Annabel Wynn-Williams, Rangi

Ruru Girls’ School, rowing –

coxswain. Finalists: McKenzie

Mihi Marama Bailey-McDowall,

Kaiapoi High School, softball.

Georgie Bethell, Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School, rowing. Ivy Brown,

St Margaret’s College, basketball.

Jemma Burrowes, St Margaret’s

College, rowing. Hope Chmiel,

Villa Maria College, swimming.

Grace Farrell, St Margaret’s College,

rowing. Pippa Henderson, St

Andrew’s College, volleyball. Jess

Hendren, Rangiora High School,

high jump. Ruby Hewitt, Rangi

Ruru Girls’ School, freeride skiing.

Tineke Hinton, St Andrew’s

College, volleyball. Madeleine Iro,

Christchurch Girls’ High School,

football. Isla Joyce, Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School, sprint kayaking.

Holly Lill, Rangi Ruru Girls’

School, rowing. Petra Curd-

McCullough, Christchurch Girls’

High School, squash. Maddy

Moore, Hillmorton High School,

trampolining. Maddie Morrow,

St Andrew’s College, basketball.

Ashlyn Rean, Rangiora High

School, basketball. Hannah Shatford,

Christchurch Girls’ High

School, artistic Swimming. Nia

Surman, Lincoln High School,

Volleyball. Georgia Thomson,

St Andrew’s College, Rowing.

Nicole Vance, Rangi Ruru Girls’

School, rowing. Alice Wallis,

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School, rowing.

Phoebe Wallis, Rangi Ruru Girls’

School, rowing. Agatha Weston,

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School, waterpolo.

Mikey Wildermoth, Rangi

Ruru Girls’ School, Equestrian.

Karereatua Williams, St Andrew’s

College, basketball.

Boys winner:

Johan Roberts,

Cashmere High

School, cross

fit. Highly

commended:

Johan

Johan Roberts,

Cashmere High

School, cross

Roberts

fit. Finalists: Hunter Adam,

Christ’s College, basketball.

Louie Gordon, St Thomas of

Canterbury College, basketball.

Ryan Ko, Christchurch Boys’

High School, squash. Joseph

Leigh-Monsall, Papanui High

School, dodgeball. Thomas

Logopati, Papanui High School,

dodgeball. Sebastian May, St

Andrew’s College, golf. Ryan

Stewart, St Andrew’s College,

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ZONTA SPORTS AWARDS

MISCHIEVIOUS

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Rangi Ruru rowing.

• From page 5

Category five: The

awards for the most

outstanding team of

young sportswomen and

sportsmen or mixed team.

Girls winner: Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School, rowing eight.

Highly commended:

Burnside High School,

beach volleyball.

Christchurch Girls’ High

School, rugby. Christchurch

Girls’ High School, hockey.

St Andrew’s College,

basketball. St Margaret’s

College, rowing pair. St

Margaret’s College, hockey.

St Margaret’s College,

netball.

Boys winner: Christ’s

College, basketball.

Highly commended:

Christ’s College, rowing.

St Andrew’s College,

hockey. Finalist: Haeata

Community College, rugby

league.

Category six: The award

for the best all round

young sportswoman and

young sportsman who has

achieved in more than one

sporting code.

Category seven winner

– Darfield High School.

Girls

winner:

Karereatua

Williams,

St Andrew’s

College,

basketball.

Karereatua

Highly

Williams

commended:

Kyla Lynch-Brown,

Avonside Girls’ High

School, basketball, rugby,

rugby league, touch.

Aaliyah Metcalf, Lincoln

High School, netball, Ki-orahi,

volleyball, athletics.

Finalists: Phoebe Hunt,

Avonside Girls’ High

School, orienteering,

football, canoe polo, rock

climbing, adventure racing.

Abbey Moody, Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School, water polo,

athletics. Penelope Taulafo,

St Andrew’s College, hockey,

volleyball, rugby. Jess

Vogel, Villa Maria College,

athletics, netball, netball,

touch rugby, rugby league.

Boys

winner:

Daniel

Malcom,

Middleton

Grange,

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canoe polo,

volleyball,

basketball.

Malcom

Finalists: Jacob Clements,

Christ’s College, waterpolo,

basketball.

Category seven: Most

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or physical activity

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Darfield High School,

Alexis-Rose Sinclair-

Dockerill, multisport squad

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firmly found his place in our home and the

other pets adore him.

Recently he got

into a little bit

of trouble, and

chewed up some

of my hair from

the shower. I

was away visiting

our son Dylan in

Houston and he

must have missed

me so much. He

started with a few

vomits, then had a

day of being back

to his sprinting pace,

gobbling up his

food and then another

major vomit directly in

front of Steve.

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up and took him to

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and radiographs of

his abdomen were

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placed him on

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gave him medication to prevent vomiting.

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Richard Lucy to ultrasound his abdomen,

which proved highly suspicious for a linear

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small intestines, causing the bowel to bunch

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Lynne our surgeon was on hand to swiftly

take the wee guy to surgery. He was a star

under anaesthetic and Steve could almost

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gentle and well behaved with needles.

Lynne removed from his small intestines a

wad of my hair and he’d also chewed part of

a kitchen scour scrubber!!! He was sutured up

and within an hour he was up walking around

, ready for his next adventure.

He’s an absolute delight but he’s going to

keep us all busy, picking up any potential

object lying around the house we think he

might grab at.

Dr Michele McMaster

Christ’s College basketball.

Open 7 days Cnr Hoon Hay & Coppell place ph: 338 2534

e. reception@mcmasterandheap.co.nz www.mcmasterheap.co.nz


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CHRISTCHURCH

CREMATORIUM

FUNERALS

CROSSWORD

1 2 3 4 5 6

7 8 9

10 11

12 13 14

15 16 17

18

270

SUDOKU

Every row, column and box should

contain the digits 1 to 9.

WordBuilder

WORDBUILDER

170

6

H U R

F T O

words of three or more letters,

How

including

many

plurals,

words

can you

of

make

three

from

or

the

more

six

letters, using each letter only once? No foreign

words or words beginning with a capital are

allowed. There's at least one six-letter word.

once?

TODAY

Good 14 Very Good 18 Excellent 22

letters, including plurals, can you make

from the six letters, using each only

No words beginning with a capital are

allowed. There’s at least one six-letter

Solution 169: ABDUCT, abut, act, bad, bat, baud,

bud, but, cab, cad, cat, cub, cud, cut, dab, daub,

word. dub, ducat, duct, tab, tabu, tad, tau, tub, tuba.

Good 14 Very Good 18 Excellent 22

19 20 21 22

23 24

25 26

Across

7. Resemblance (8)

9. Expression of surprise (colloq) (6)

10. Unit of liquid (4)

11. Numerical data (10)

12. Zodiac sign (6)

14. Get a move on (4,2,2)

15. Runner-up prize (6)

16. Front (6)

19. Extremely lazy (4-4)

21. Nevertheless (6)

23. Across the country (10)

24. Weep noisily (4)

25. Not yet developed (6)

26. Appropriate (8)

Decoder

Down

1. Limited (6)

2. Trial (4)

3. Sweat (8)

4. Writer (6)

5. Lexicon (10)

6. See (8)

8. Scanty (6)

13. Vague, imprecise (3-7)

15. Illegal passenger (8)

17. Scholastic (8)

18. Brilliance (6)

20. Gift (6)

22. In addition (2,4)

24. Suitor (4)

Y H A M P G E I O D L U F

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Z N J T W S C X K B Q V R

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

L Y

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

P

All puzzles copyright

T H E P U Z Z L E C O M P A N Y

www.thepuzzlecompany.co.nz

SOLUTION

No.170

Each number in our DECODER grid represents a different

letter - there is a number for all 26 letters of the alphabet.

DECODER

Enter the given letters into all squares with matching numbers.

The challenge now is to work out which letters are represented

Each by the number other represents numbers. a As different you get letter the of letters, the alphabet. enter them Write into the

given the main letters grid, into all and squares the reference with matching grid. numbers. To keep Now track work of the out

which letters letters you are have represented found, cross by them other off the numbers. alphabet provided.

6 25 7 15 24 21 9 20 10 13

20 25 21 2 18 13 25 23 20

21 2 4 20 6 4 21 2 20 22 17

T I N

1 10 18 19 13 14 20 2

20 8 16 17 7 15 21 12 20 6 16

7 25 4 16 2

4 16 9 21 2 19 16 23 3 25 6 4

13 4 26 20 2

21 24 16 5 26 25 24 23 20 20 17

25 6 20 21 17 10 11 20

17 16 6 22 10 13 21 11 25 20 4

18 21 12 22 4 24 24 16 20

15 20 7 20 24 24 25 24 16 13

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

N T

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

I

SOLUTION

No.169

170

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

U B F V S C Y W Q Z A H K

D L G J I O E X R P N T M

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

2 9 2 9 9 1

9 19 8 6 10 6 8 7 12 9 5

17 7 3 19 25 10 12

19 10 19 13 2 19 17 11 15 19 10 8

25 22 2 26 25 3 12 10 26 9 12 20

8 25 24 8 8 12

Crossword

Across: 7. Likeness,

9. Crikey, 10. Pint, 11.

Statistics, 12. Gemini, 14.

Step on it, 15. Silver, 16.

Facade, 19. Bone-idle, 21.

Anyway, 23. Nationwide,

24. Bawl, 25. Latent, 26.

Suitable.

Down: 1. Finite, 2. Test,

3. Perspire, 4. Scribe, 5.

Dictionary, 6. Perceive, 8.

Sparse, 13. Ill-defined, 15.

Stowaway, 17. Academic,

18. Genius, 20. Donate, 22.

As well, 24. Beau.

WordBuilder

for, fort, forth, four,

FOURTH, fro, froth, fur, hot,

hour, hurt, hut, oft, our, rho,

rot, rout, rut, ruth, thou, thru,

tofu, tor, tour, turf.

Sudoku

16 12 24 1 6 10 10 25 2 24 12 7

25 14 11 7 6 7

Y

L

2 10 18 12 5 19 7 19 12 24 25

P

21 19 25 21 4 5 20

11 6 2 24 6 21 25 10 20 6 24 23

CHRISTCHURCH

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