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17 th March <strong>2024</strong><br />

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY <strong>15</strong>, <strong>2024</strong><br />

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Dancer stepping up<br />

• By Sasha Watson<br />

LUKE STREET is going to<br />

jig, step and kick his way onto<br />

the stage at the World Irish<br />

Dancing Championships in<br />

Glasgow, Scotland, in late<br />

March.<br />

Luke has been training four<br />

times a week with his instructors,<br />

Shannon Dilger and<br />

Argene Flack, at the Southern<br />

Cross Irish Dance School’s new<br />

facility in Phillipstown. He<br />

will go to the championships<br />

alongside fellow dance student<br />

Cameron Murray, 11.<br />

It will be the Hillmorton<br />

High School year 11 student’s<br />

second time competing at the<br />

world championships, having<br />

competed in Montreal, Canada<br />

last year.<br />

• Turn to page 5<br />

HIGH KICKS: Luke Street<br />

has been learning Irish<br />

dancing at the Southern<br />

Cross Irish Dance school<br />

for about five years and<br />

has competed regularly<br />

for about two.<br />

Work on<br />

shared<br />

pathway<br />

finished<br />

PREVIOUSLY delayed renewal<br />

works on a section of the<br />

Northern Line Cycleway shared<br />

path, between Sawyers Arms<br />

Rd and the Langdons Rd rail<br />

crossing near Papanui High<br />

School, is now complete and<br />

open.<br />

The renewal works began in<br />

early January and finished last<br />

week after a four-month delay,<br />

having been postponed in September.<br />

Said Waipapa Papanui Innes<br />

Central Community Board chairperson<br />

Emma<br />

Norrish: “The<br />

works were<br />

postponed as the<br />

contractors needed<br />

to use Papanui<br />

High School land<br />

for access and<br />

stockpiling. This<br />

was not possible<br />

earlier due to construction<br />

work at the school.<br />

Emma<br />

Norrish<br />

“The work was urgently needed<br />

due to the poor state the heavily<br />

used path was in.”<br />

The goal was to make the path<br />

a safe and convenient option<br />

for both to travel along and the<br />

renewal included repairing and<br />

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Lunar New Year Bilingual Wā Kōrero: Storytimes, Wednesday,<br />

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Festival-goers show their love<br />

• By Geoff Sloan<br />

AN ESTIMATED crowd of<br />

up to <strong>15</strong>,000 descended on<br />

Thomson Park for the 13th<br />

annual ‘I Love Brighton’ festival.<br />

Event co-organiser Martha<br />

Baxendell said the free festival<br />

was a great way to start the year.<br />

“This is a family friendly event<br />

that we put on every year with<br />

activities for children, a little<br />

market area, we’ve got entertainment<br />

happening. I mean, just a<br />

fun day for everyone.”<br />

Community groups and sports<br />

clubs took the opportunity to<br />

showcase their offerings, keen<br />

to recruit new members by running<br />

games and activities.<br />

The event began after the<br />

Christchurch earthquakes as a<br />

way of lifting the spirits of the<br />

New Brighton community and<br />

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encouraging locals to re-engage<br />

in activities.<br />

“We wanted to create something<br />

that helped bring our<br />

community together, just show<br />

that unity and also to encourage<br />

our tamariki to see what they<br />

could get involved in.”<br />

Baxendell was delighted with<br />

the great community support<br />

for the event held on Tuesday<br />

last week. The key sponsors were<br />

the Home Foundation, Tangata<br />

Atumotu Trust and the Waitai<br />

Coastal-Burwood-Linwood<br />

Community Board, which allowed<br />

all the activities to be free.<br />

And with major<br />

redevelopments planned for<br />

the seaside suburb over the<br />

next year, there’s confidence<br />

the community will be able to<br />

stage an even bigger festival next<br />

Waitangi Day.<br />

More options<br />

available<br />

at service<br />

centre<br />

THE CITY council’s Fendalton<br />

service centre is set to become a<br />

one-stop shop for people to post<br />

letters and pay bills.<br />

From today, the service centre<br />

will be upgrading to NZ PostPlus,<br />

offering a range of new services.<br />

These include bill payments,<br />

IRD applications, Kiwi Access<br />

applications and New Zealand<br />

Transport Agency Waka Kotahi<br />

services – in addition to the usual<br />

posting of letters and parcels.<br />

“We started providing postal<br />

services at the Fendalton Service<br />

Centre back in 2016 in response<br />

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city council head of citizen and<br />

customer services Sarah Numan.<br />

“Since then, we have included<br />

PostPlus services at our Papanui,<br />

Riccarton, Linwood and Shirley<br />

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Thursday <strong>February</strong> <strong>15</strong> <strong>2024</strong> 5<br />

Shared pathway<br />

finally completed<br />

NOW OPEN: After four months of delays, a section of the<br />

Northern Line Cycleway shared path, between Sawyers<br />

Arms Rd and the Langdons Rd rail crossing near Papanui<br />

High School, is now complete and open.<br />

Dancer off to world champs<br />

• From page 1<br />

“Being there will be a good<br />

experience, I’ve never been to<br />

Scotland before. While I’d like to<br />

place higher than I did last year,<br />

which was 42nd, getting into the<br />

top 50 per cent would be awesome,”<br />

said the <strong>15</strong>-year-old, who<br />

is from Hoon Hay.<br />

However, travelling to and<br />

from the competition, staying in<br />

accommodation and the cost of<br />

airfares will be expensive – upwards<br />

of $<strong>15</strong>,000.<br />

Luke’s mother Kendra Street<br />

said: “If anyone is keen to donate<br />

and help, that would be amazing.<br />

We have already paid for entry<br />

into the competition, our airfares<br />

are on the credit card and we are<br />

awaiting the council’s response to<br />

Luke’s Youth Development funding<br />

application.<br />

“With every . . . donation, yours<br />

or your business name will be<br />

printed onto an ‘I have your back’<br />

t-shirt, which Luke will wear out<br />

and about to say thank you to his<br />

supporters and sponsors.”<br />

Luke qualified at the 2023 New<br />

Zealand Irish Dancing national<br />

championships, held at Burnside<br />

High School, having won all<br />

three of his dances for the overall<br />

title and gaining a perfect score of<br />

300 in the U<strong>15</strong>s age group.<br />

He has been dancing for about<br />

five years at the Southern Cross<br />

Irish Dance School and has<br />

competed regularly for about<br />

two years. Said Street: “We first<br />

went to a boys-only class before<br />

he joined. Luke thought this was<br />

quite a unique and fun dance and<br />

he had rhythm and could learn<br />

the steps. He loves it, when he<br />

first started, he would just keep<br />

dancing all the time.’’<br />

Luke will be competing in<br />

the soft-shoe and hard-shoe<br />

<strong>15</strong>-16-year-old boys categories at<br />

the championship, where, if he<br />

places in the top 50 per per cent,<br />

he will then be eligible to compete<br />

in the set dance category.<br />

There will be a panel of five adjudicators<br />

to judge and score each<br />

dance out of 100 points in aspects<br />

including rhythm and musicality,<br />

turn and crossover, elevation,<br />

speed, power, posture, carriage<br />

WINNER: Luke<br />

Street won all<br />

three of his<br />

dances for the<br />

overall title in<br />

the U<strong>15</strong>s age<br />

group at the<br />

New Zealand<br />

Irish Dancing<br />

Championships,<br />

where he<br />

also qualified<br />

for the world<br />

competition.<br />

and presence.<br />

The overall result is based on<br />

the total points a dancer received<br />

from their three dances.<br />

“Luke has pulled up his socks<br />

in terms of training and his presentation<br />

during the dances. It was<br />

good for him, in his first world<br />

championships last year, to see<br />

the standard of dancing from all<br />

of the other boys, and learn what<br />

he needs to do,” said Street.<br />

•To help Luke get to Scotland,<br />

contact Kendra Street on<br />

Facebook or the Southern Cross<br />

Irish Dance School page and<br />

donate to the bank account: 06-<br />

0829-0100-548-01.


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Thursday <strong>February</strong> <strong>15</strong> <strong>2024</strong> 7<br />

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SURFable sessions<br />

an annual highlight<br />

• By Geoff Sloan<br />

CONNOR DUNCAN-CALEY, 14, hit<br />

the water on Sunday with members of the<br />

Sumner Longboarders club for a special<br />

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They were taking part in the SURFable<br />

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Despite wet and cold weather, the<br />

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“It’s probably the one opportunity a year<br />

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“Whether it’s standing up, sitting down,<br />

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The Sumner Longboarders club is<br />

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Over that time, the members introduced<br />

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“(There’s) a lot involved in the setting<br />

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“And everyone gets a big grin on their<br />

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Mannix says the event is fully booked<br />

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“We’re doing a big review after this<br />

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How including many plurals, words can you of make three from or the more six<br />

letters, using each letter only once? No foreign<br />

words or words beginning with a capital are<br />

allowed. There's at least one six-letter word.<br />

once?<br />

TODAY<br />

Good 21 Very Good 26 Excellent 31<br />

letters, including plurals, can you make<br />

from the six letters, using each only<br />

No words beginning with a capital are<br />

allowed. There’s at least one six-letter<br />

Solution 234: apron, hap, harp, hoar, hop, horn,<br />

nap, nor, oar, opah, ORPHAN, pan, par, phon, pro,<br />

word. rah, ran, rap, rho, roan.<br />

Good 21 Very Good 26 Excellent 31<br />

19 20 21 22<br />

23 24<br />

25 26<br />

Across<br />

7. Eternal (8)<br />

9. Throws out (6)<br />

10. Filth (4)<br />

11. Artificial body part (10)<br />

12. Harmony (6)<br />

14. Landing field (8)<br />

<strong>15</strong>. Moved quickly or hastily (6)<br />

16. Season (6)<br />

19. And so on (Latin) (2,6)<br />

21. Yearbook (6)<br />

23. Causing distress (10)<br />

24. Thorn (4)<br />

25. Long, tapering flag (6)<br />

26. Impediment (8)<br />

Down<br />

1. Sidekick (6)<br />

2. Printed words (4)<br />

3. Reaction (8)<br />

4. Person owing money (6)<br />

5. Walker (10)<br />

6. Remarkable (8)<br />

8. Advertising phrase (6)<br />

13. Snake-like (10)<br />

<strong>15</strong>. Comprehensive (8)<br />

17. Loud, resounding (8)<br />

18. Extravagant (6)<br />

20. Chore, task (6)<br />

22. Overseas (6)<br />

24. Edge (4)<br />

Crossword<br />

Across: 7. Timeless,<br />

9. Ejects, 10. Dirt, 11.<br />

Prosthetic, 12. Unison, 14.<br />

Airstrip, <strong>15</strong>. Darted, 16.<br />

Spring, 19. Et cetera, 21.<br />

Annual, 23. Disturbing,<br />

24. Barb, 25. Pennon, 26.<br />

Handicap.<br />

Down: 1. Minion, 2. Text,<br />

3. Response, 4. Debtor,<br />

5. Pedestrian, 6. Striking,<br />

8. Slogan, 13. Serpentine,<br />

<strong>15</strong>. Detailed, 17. Plangent,<br />

18. Lavish, 20. Errand, 22.<br />

Abroad, 24. Brim.<br />

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antic, apt, can, cant, cap,<br />

cat, CATNIP, inapt, nap, nip,<br />

nit, pact, pain, paint, pan,<br />

panic, pant, pat, pic, pica,<br />

pin, pint, pit, pita, tan, tap,<br />

tic, tin, tip<br />

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Thursday <strong>February</strong> <strong>15</strong> <strong>2024</strong> 11<br />

Merv and Anji say goodbye<br />

after 29 years of service<br />

• By Sasha Watson<br />

THE HEI Hei and Hornby<br />

communities have said goodbye<br />

to well-known dairy owners,<br />

Balvant “Merv” Ravji and his<br />

wife, Anjana.<br />

After nearly three decades, the<br />

couple has sold the shop. They<br />

finished up on Sunday.<br />

Said Ravji: “We just need a<br />

break. It was an (open) seven-day<br />

business, which we have been<br />

running for 29 years. We’re not<br />

retiring, but want to enjoy our<br />

time and life while we still can.<br />

“We would like to humbly<br />

thank the whole community for<br />

their understanding . . . there has<br />

been an outpour of people who<br />

have thanked us and wished us<br />

well. We have been so welcomed<br />

by everyone throughout the<br />

years. We cannot thank them<br />

enough.”<br />

More than 200 well-wishers<br />

have bid the couple farewell<br />

online and in person.<br />

Said Greater Hornby Residents<br />

Association chair Derek Phelps:<br />

“Being the people they are, Merv<br />

and Anji wanted to keep it quiet,<br />

but we could not let them get<br />

away with that.<br />

“They are a fantastic couple<br />

who always give the most<br />

outstanding service and will<br />

be greatly missed. Merv has<br />

advised the new owners have had<br />

experience running a similar<br />

operation.”<br />

One well-wisher on Facebook<br />

mentioned their father, who was<br />

in a wheelchair, being greeted by<br />

Ravji at the door, so the owner<br />

could collect necessary items and<br />

take them back out to his father,<br />

which made life a bit easier.<br />

Wycola Hair Design’s Heather<br />

Jackson, who works at the salon<br />

next to the dairy, told Nor’West<br />

<strong>News</strong> she wished the couple “the<br />

very best for their next journey”.<br />

“They wanted their leaving to<br />

go under the radar – but I told<br />

them that’s not happening. Merv<br />

COMMUNITY ICONS: Hei<br />

Hei Dairy owners, Balvant<br />

“Merv” Ravji and his wife,<br />

Anjana have sold up after<br />

almost three decades.<br />

PHOTO: GHRA<br />

is very humble and doesn’t want<br />

to be in the spotlight.<br />

“Most businesses around<br />

here have changed owners<br />

over the last few years, but not<br />

the dairy. They become a part<br />

of the community’s daily life,<br />

taking an interest with everyone,<br />

supporting those who need it day<br />

and night,” she said.<br />

“During Covid-19 and<br />

throughout the restrictions,<br />

Merv had set himself up with a<br />

box outside the shop with bits<br />

and bobs. He continued to serve<br />

Hei Hei in any way he could.”<br />

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Work began in January and<br />

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it shows plenty of promise.<br />

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quality, variable attention to<br />

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As expected, the ride is skewed<br />

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