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INCONSISTENT: Somerfield resident Ken Bye says more signage might help road users stick to the lower 30km/h speed limit in his neighbourhood.<br />

PHOTO: EMILY O’HAGAN<br />

Speed signs confusing residents<br />

• By Emily O’Hagan<br />

NEW LOWER speed signs are<br />

confusing some residents.<br />

The city council is in the<br />

process of rolling out its safer<br />

speeds initiative. It is in response<br />

to safety concerns, and<br />

will see speed limits lowered<br />

from 50km/h to 30km/h in<br />

school zones, and surrounding<br />

streets.<br />

Somerfield is one of the<br />

suburbs affected, but resident<br />

Ken Bye said there’s confusion<br />

because of inconsistencies<br />

in where street signs have<br />

been installed.<br />

“Cashmere <strong>View</strong> St where we<br />

live, for example, is 30kms and<br />

it doesn’t have a sign and it’s<br />

made absolutely no difference<br />

to the speed of the people that<br />

travel down our street at all.”<br />

He said more signage might<br />

help encourage road users to<br />

stick to the lower speed.<br />

The city council said speed<br />

limit signs have been placed at<br />

the entrance to 30km neighbourhood<br />

areas, for drivers to<br />

see when leaving busier main<br />

roads.<br />

“Unless a driver passes a sign<br />

with a higher speed limit, a<br />

driver should continue at the<br />

speed of the last sign observed.<br />

Gating every street with two<br />

signs and providing multiple<br />

repeaters can lead to signage<br />

clutter.”<br />

Somerfield residents like Bye<br />

believe the city council needs<br />

to do more to make motorists<br />

aware of the safer speeds initiative.<br />

“I had to go online to find<br />

a map to tell me that all the<br />

streets in this area of where we<br />

live are basically now 30kms,”<br />

said Bye.<br />

He said the city council needed<br />

to give reasons for the change, to<br />

encourage compliance.<br />

Residents understand the<br />

rollout is in response to safety<br />

concerns, but many believe the<br />

new lower speed is too slow<br />

outside of school hours.<br />

Bye said it’s hard to go<br />

30km/h, because it feels very<br />

slow.<br />

“If I’m standing here looking<br />

at the vehicles going past, I<br />

don’t think there’s a lot of them<br />

travelling at 30kms. However,<br />

if it does lead to a reduction in<br />

speed, then that is a plus.”<br />

The new school zone signs<br />

also display incorrect times –<br />

the zone finishes at 3pm, but<br />

the local school bell (at Cashmere<br />

High School) doesn’t ring<br />

until 3.10pm.<br />

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Thursday <strong>April</strong> 4 <strong>2024</strong> 3<br />

Longboarder stoked for Single Fin festivities<br />

• By Dylan Smits<br />

STAR SUMNER surfer Jack<br />

Tyro is set to make waves at the<br />

Single Fin Mingle as the festival<br />

and surf competition celebrates<br />

its tenth anniversary.<br />

“It’s so much fun. Every night<br />

there’s always something on,”<br />

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longboarding.”<br />

Fresh from winning<br />

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“As long as I surf the best I<br />

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about who’s in it or where<br />

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Starting tomorrow, the Single<br />

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Sumner village will welcome<br />

more than 50 of the world’s<br />

best longboarders for what<br />

organisers hope will be an epic<br />

show of skill.<br />

Tyro will have stiff<br />

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Kai Ellice-Flint from Byron<br />

Bay, as well as internationally<br />

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Thomas Bexon, both competing<br />

at the Mingle for the first time.<br />

Away from the water, more<br />

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VICTORY: Sumner’s Jack Tyro, won the men’s open<br />

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Thursday <strong>April</strong> 4 <strong>2024</strong><br />

Miss Canty’s focus on community<br />

Paige Sullivan was<br />

recently crowned Miss<br />

Canterbury. Reporter<br />

Sasha Watson spoke<br />

with the community<br />

advocate about her<br />

motivations<br />

BEYOND physical appearance,<br />

the Miss Canterbury pageant<br />

emphasises values such as<br />

leadership, community service<br />

and advocacy.<br />

That’s why Paige Sullivan, this<br />

year’s winner, said the pageant<br />

perfectly aligned with her.<br />

Sullivan is a lawyer who will be<br />

admitted to the bar in June,<br />

and a trustee of many charities<br />

and organisations.<br />

“Working in the community<br />

started as a hobby but it’s my life<br />

now,” the 23-year-old said.<br />

She is a trustee and secretary<br />

of the Empowerment Trust New<br />

Zealand, which works to prevent<br />

violence with a skills-based approach.<br />

She is also a trustee and committee<br />

chair of Te Tahi Youth,<br />

which provides free support to<br />

youth, from health to counselling<br />

to employment support and<br />

coaching.<br />

“I am also a trustee for<br />

Arts Access Aotearoa, which<br />

advocates for artists in prison,<br />

disability and mental health<br />

communities,” Sullivan said.<br />

As part of Miss Canterbury,<br />

she hosted a fashion<br />

show, raising $9000<br />

for the I Am Hope<br />

charity, which<br />

provides youth<br />

with mental health<br />

support.<br />

Sullivan grew up<br />

in Rolleston. Her<br />

parents, Gabrielle<br />

and Matthew<br />

were involved<br />

in Lincoln Rotary; Sullivan<br />

joined the club when she was<br />

11-years-old and became its<br />

youngest president in June 2022<br />

(until July 2023).<br />

She moved to Halswell in<br />

mid-2022 with her partner and<br />

best friend, Will Poultney, an IT<br />

senior workspace engineer.<br />

Next week she will graduate<br />

from Canterbury University<br />

with a degree in law – commercial,<br />

property and lifelaw –<br />

alongside a degree in commerce.<br />

“I’ve been working in law at<br />

Lane Neave in the city centre for<br />

about a year and a half.<br />

“When I was younger,<br />

I used to argue with my<br />

parents a lot<br />

. . . I also really enjoy<br />

getting my point<br />

across, so it’s the right<br />

career choice,” she<br />

said.<br />

The Miss<br />

Canterbury<br />

competition was<br />

Sullivan’s first<br />

time in a<br />

pageant; she said it was opposite<br />

to what she thought it would be.<br />

“I grew up watching Miss Universe<br />

and Miss World so I did<br />

think Miss Canterbury would<br />

be as stereotypical and based on<br />

looks.<br />

“It’s focused more on charity<br />

and community, something<br />

I’m already very passionate about.<br />

“My nana, who died from<br />

cancer in 2013, and her sister<br />

also competed in the pageant in<br />

the 1950s. I signed up in their<br />

memory.”<br />

Sullivan’s grandmother,<br />

Dianna McFarlane, won the<br />

FAMILY: Paige Sullivan<br />

with dad Matthew and<br />

mum Gabrielle at the<br />

Miss Canterbury crowning<br />

ceremony. Right – with<br />

partner Will Poultney.<br />

competition in 1958.<br />

Sullivan also wanted to do the<br />

pageant for herself.<br />

“I was looking for a way to<br />

boost my confidence and build<br />

myself up as a lot of what I do is<br />

for other people. I grew a lot as a<br />

person.<br />

“The most important thing was<br />

being true to myself and<br />

not doing anything that I wouldn’t<br />

normally do just for the points.<br />

“The biggest compliment I<br />

received was from a friend who<br />

was following my Miss Canterbury<br />

Facebook page. She said all<br />

of my posts sounded like me.”<br />

Sullivan also won Charity<br />

Queen, Miss Positivity and best<br />

in interview during the crowning<br />

ceremony on March 17.<br />

She’s looking forward to<br />

competing in Miss New Zealand<br />

next year and then representing<br />

the country at an international<br />

pageant, which will likely be in<br />

Egypt or China.<br />

She counts former Miss New<br />

Zealand Jessica Tyson among her<br />

role models.<br />

“For me, Jessica Tyson is an<br />

incredible role model. Jess was<br />

crowned Miss New Zealand in<br />

2018 and founded the charity<br />

Brave New Zealand.<br />

“Brave’s purpose is to raise<br />

awareness and provide the appropriate<br />

tools and support to<br />

young people affected by sexual<br />

harm.<br />

“I am really inspired by the<br />

way she has used and continues<br />

to use, her influence to make a<br />

positive impact.”<br />

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Thursday <strong>April</strong> 4 <strong>2024</strong> 5<br />

Pools give 500,000 reasons to smile<br />

• By Geoff Sloan<br />

THE HOT POOLS at New<br />

Brighton officially welcomed<br />

their 500,000th visitor last week<br />

– and surprised a family with<br />

an $800 gift pack as a reward.<br />

He Puna Taimoana celebrated<br />

the milestone almost four<br />

years after opening its doors<br />

during the peak of the Covid<br />

pandemic.<br />

General manager Merryn<br />

Skipper said it was a tough time,<br />

but they had a lot of support.<br />

“What an interesting time<br />

to open a new business, particularly<br />

in tourism. But we are<br />

super grateful for all of the local<br />

support in New Brighton and<br />

also Christchurch.”<br />

The 500,000th visitors were a<br />

family from England.<br />

The city council facility boasts<br />

five main pools, along with a<br />

plunge pool, steam room, cafe<br />

and a popular sauna with a<br />

view.<br />

Skipper said visitors to the<br />

boutique facility were 85 per<br />

cent local residents, with an<br />

increasing number of tourists<br />

making up the remainder of<br />

guests.<br />

The facility now employs 67<br />

staff.<br />

“That’s something we’re really<br />

proud of. We’ve grown from<br />

year one having 20, to year two<br />

40 and year three 67. So the demand<br />

is growing, which means<br />

that we can employ more people<br />

locally as well.”<br />

The $19.2m development was<br />

a key part of the New Brighton<br />

Regeneration Project, a councilbacked<br />

initiative to transform<br />

the seaside suburb.<br />

“One thing we’re most proud<br />

of is the difference that we’ve<br />

made financially to New Brighton<br />

business. Since we opened,<br />

we’ve found that Eftpos spend<br />

has increased on average by<br />

200,000 a month since opening.<br />

So that means that currently<br />

there’s now 9.4 million extra<br />

(Eftpos transactions) into New<br />

Brighton business.”<br />

And Skipper says they have<br />

plans to further boost attendance<br />

this winter.<br />

“Hot off the press, we’re<br />

looking to develop a Starlight<br />

Cinema soak, where you can<br />

be in floating hammocks in the<br />

pool, watching a movie. We’ve<br />

got some beautiful floating<br />

trays, have your popcorn and<br />

what a great date night. Or just<br />

fun with your friends.”<br />

The council has scheduled<br />

a maintenance shutdown for<br />

the hot pools next year, and is<br />

planning new additions during<br />

that time.<br />

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Skipper presents the 500,000th visitors with an $800 gift pack.<br />

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Expect delays at the<br />

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We’re making the roundabout way safer<br />

for everyone. Improvements will include<br />

pedestrian crossings, new road markings and<br />

safe speed platforms.<br />

Work will take place between 2 <strong>April</strong> and early July.<br />

We know road works are disruptive for you. We’ll work<br />

hard to minimise disruption and keep traffic flowing.<br />

Ngā mihi nui, thanks for your patience.<br />

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Find out more<br />

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A 3D rendering of the safety upgrades.


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Thursday <strong>April</strong> 4 <strong>2024</strong><br />

Kids sell toys to pay for Vanuatu trip<br />

• By Emily O’Hagan<br />

A HILLSBOROUGH family is<br />

preparing to go to Vanuatu to<br />

help out at a medical centre.<br />

Sarah and Kieran Smith are<br />

both nurses at Christchurch<br />

Hospital. They have taken<br />

unpaid leave from their jobs,<br />

and plan to use their medical<br />

knowledge to help people in<br />

need.<br />

Their three young daughters<br />

India, Florence and Gracie<br />

will join them on the six-week<br />

volunteer mission.<br />

Kieran said he and his wife<br />

have always had an interest in<br />

doing volunteer work overseas.<br />

“It’s just really panned out for<br />

us to get to go to Vanuatu and<br />

work in the medical clinic there<br />

in a voluntary capacity.”<br />

They will be based at the<br />

Family Care Centre, which<br />

was set up by Christian-based<br />

organisation Marine Reach.<br />

It is located in the Teouma<br />

Valley in Vanuatu and provides<br />

medical and dental care, along<br />

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The family has been<br />

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Thursday <strong>April</strong> 4 <strong>2024</strong> 7<br />

Air Force ‘hero’ on display<br />

THE AIR Force Museum of<br />

New Zealand’s new P-3K2<br />

Orion will be on display for the<br />

first time at four special open<br />

days from <strong>April</strong> 18-21.<br />

The Orion is a national hero.<br />

The RNZAF’s large four engine<br />

reconnaissance, search and<br />

rescue and anti-submarine<br />

warfare aircraft flew for 54<br />

years during its career and<br />

makes for an impressive sight.<br />

The public viewings will<br />

coincide with the launch of<br />

a new exhibition and short<br />

film Orion: The Story of an<br />

Extraordinary Aircraft at the<br />

museum.<br />

NZ4203 has been<br />

reassembled after its epic<br />

trip from RNZAF Base<br />

Woodbourne last year and the<br />

public will have a chance to<br />

go out to the hangar and view<br />

it up close over the four days,<br />

including the weekend, during<br />

museum hours.<br />

The Orion’s road trip through<br />

the Lewis Pass to Christchurch<br />

in September last year attracted<br />

a huge amount of interest so<br />

the museum wanted to make<br />

the aircraft available to view<br />

as soon as possible, museum<br />

communications manager<br />

David King said.<br />

“It was disassembled for the<br />

road trip and its wings, engines,<br />

propellers and undercarriage<br />

are now all back together. Its<br />

tail section can’t go on because<br />

we do not have a hangar high<br />

enough to fit it in.<br />

“We’re also expecting to get a<br />

newly retired C-130H Hercules<br />

next year and we are developing<br />

plans to build them a new<br />

home but this will take time.<br />

“This will be the only<br />

chance to see the Orion for the<br />

foreseeable future – and the<br />

aim is to get as many people as<br />

possible along to have a closeup<br />

look at this extraordinary<br />

aircraft and learn about its<br />

incredible history of service.’’<br />

Visiting the Orion will mean<br />

a short walk to the historic<br />

World War 2-era hangar and<br />

a walk around the exterior<br />

of NZ4203. Tours will start<br />

after 10am with the final tour<br />

departing at about 3pm to allow<br />

time to get to the hangar and<br />

back.<br />

The interior will not be on<br />

display because the aircraft is<br />

in a conservation state but its<br />

tail components (empennage)<br />

and magnetic anomaly detector<br />

(MAD boom) or stinger will be<br />

there to see.<br />

NZ4203 is the only Orion<br />

in the RNZAF’s fleet of six to<br />

be conserved. It flew 27,000<br />

hours in its 54-year career<br />

and performed extraordinary<br />

service for the RNZAF and for<br />

New Zealand.<br />

• The Air Force Museum<br />

of New Zealand is a notfor-profit<br />

trust. The public<br />

can support the museum<br />

with donations, by visiting<br />

the museum store,<br />

subscribing to newsletters<br />

and following the<br />

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and Instagram.<br />

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While this model and a chasing<br />

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improving Chinese offerings are<br />

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Hyundai’s Load is relatively<br />

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Hyundai have done a fine job<br />

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9<br />

10 11<br />

342<br />

SUDOKU<br />

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242<br />

6<br />

E I O<br />

R N H<br />

12 13<br />

14 15 16 17 18<br />

words of three or more letters,<br />

How<br />

including<br />

many<br />

plurals,<br />

words<br />

can you<br />

of<br />

make<br />

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col, cola, cor, coral, cru, cur, curl, lac, lour, oar, oca,<br />

word. OCULAR, oral, orc, orca, our, roc.<br />

Good 12 Very Good 16 Excellent 20<br />

19 20 21<br />

22 23 24 25 26<br />

27 28<br />

29<br />

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10. Criminal fire-setting (5)<br />

11. Variety of pea (5,4)<br />

12. Breathes in (7)<br />

13. Coupons for admission (7)<br />

14. Grind teeth together (5)<br />

16. Mooring place (9)<br />

19. Robot (9)<br />

20. Exclusive news report (5)<br />

22. Responded (7)<br />

25. Spray in a can (7)<br />

27. Exactness (9)<br />

28. Propel (5)<br />

29. Abattoir (14)<br />

Down<br />

2. Become discouraged (4,5)<br />

3. Declare invalid (5)<br />

4. Aide (9)<br />

5. Finger (5)<br />

6. Appalling (9)<br />

7. Style of film or book (5)<br />

8. Retort (7)<br />

9. Audacious (6)<br />

15. Make ineffective or powerless<br />

(9)<br />

17. Shipping box (9)<br />

18. The study of sound (9)<br />

19. Regarding, in connection with (7)<br />

21. Steal (6)<br />

23. Stadium (5)<br />

24. Move aimlessly (5)<br />

26. Broadcasting apparatus (5)<br />

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10. Arson, 11.<br />

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Anchorage, 19. Automaton,<br />

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Aerosol, 27. Precision, 28.<br />

Drive, 29. Slaughterhouse.<br />

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Annul, 4. Assistant, 5. Digit,<br />

6. Atrocious, 7. Genre, 8.<br />

Riposte, 9. Daring, 15.<br />

Hamstring, 17. Container,<br />

18. Acoustics, 19. Apropos,<br />

21. Pilfer, 23. Arena, 24.<br />

Drift, 26. Radio.<br />

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