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Firework thrown onto roof ‘could have led to a death’ „„ By Andrew King A FIREWORK thrown onto the roof of a house caused major damage and could have claimed lives. Fire investigator Bruce Irvine is furious about what happened and says it is now time for a public debate over fireworks. The fire started in the guttering of the Becmead Drive, Harewood, property about 10.30pm on Saturday, November 11, and spread into the wall space. The family had just gone to bed and were still awake, said Mr Irvine. About 10min later, the kitchen smoke alarm activated and the family got out of bed. The fire was well involved and had been spread by a ventilation system in the roof space, he said. The father went to the bathroom and burnt his feet on debris that had fallen through the ceiling, he said. Detectives are investigating. Mr Irvine said the fire was so reckless that if someone had died, he would have expected a murder charge to be laid. •Turn to page 5

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BRUCE IRVINE has a point on page 1 today. The experienced fire investigator wants a debate on fireworks and when and where they can be used. His example of more controls needed on fireworks is a good one – a family was probably lucky to escape a blaze in their Harewood Rd house. It was caused by someone throwing a firework on the roof, it landed or rolled into the guttering and caught material underneath alight. The blaze spread, fanned by an air ventilator, causing major damage to the ceiling space. Luckily for the family who had just gone to bed, they were awake. A smoke alarm in the kitchen was also a big help. Irvine wants a public debate on the issue of fireworks. You can have your say by contacting reporter Andrew King. – Barry Clarke

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Casebrook village to expand SUMMERSET Group has bought more land on Cavendish Rd to add another 71 units to the $100 million Casebrook village which is under construction. The Wellington-based company bought 2.1ha for an undisclosed sum, which it says will expand the village to more than 340 units, a rest-home with hospital level care, and Summerset’s first dementia care centre in Christchurch. “We are seeing strong inquiry for our Casebrook village, which is currently under construction, with the first homes available to move into in March next year,” chief executive Julian Cook said in a statement. Summerset was granted resource consent for the $100m village in 2015, saying at the time the site would offer 237 homes and a 49-bed care centre with rest home and hospital level care. The company has 22 villages completed or in development and another seven sites ready for development. It is targeting 450 new units by the end of the year. Government figures show consents were issued for 1856 retirement village units in the year ended September 30, down from 2037 a year earlier.

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SCHOOL SPEED ZONE Breens Intermediate is next on the list to get 40km/h signage outside the school. A city council report said a sign on Breens Rd and Bonita Pl outside the intermediate school “ranks as a priority” and meets the criteria set by the New Zealand Transport Agency. The speed zone will operate from 8.208.50am and 2.55-3.15pm on school days. The signs will cost about $40,000 to install. LIBRARY PARKING Short-term and mobility parking spaces will be put in outside the Bishopdale library after a request from Jane Benton, the city council ‘s facilities leader – libraries. Nine P10 spaces and two P60 mobility spaces will be installed outside the library. The angle of the parks will also change from 70 to 90 degrees to allow easy access from both directions.

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First look at the planned St Albans Park upgrades

A FIRST look at the $800,000 upgrade for St Albans Park has been revealed. Sports groups are set to be the main benefactors of the revamp, with work on the new pavilion and turf likely to start before the end of the year. The park has been plagued by drainage issues, which has left the playground flooded, sports fields unusable and park users fed-up. However, the city council has finalised plans for a new drainage system and replacement of the existing turf with a new sand-based surface. Two artificial cricket wickets will also be installed. The old pavilion was knocked down last week so work can begin on a new pavilion which will incorporate two fully accessible public toilets. City council neighbourhood and sports parks operations manager, Al Hardy, said the upgrade of the fields will start at the same time if the weather is right. He said it is difficult to put an exact time frame on when the fields would be ready as the work is weather dependent. The new pavilion will have

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Fendalton residents’ group formed to strengthen bid to solve roading issues the city council will put forward proposals to address the most FENDALTON residents have pressing issues this year. formed an association to lobby For example, large freight for solutions to roading issues. B-trains in residential areas and Last week Nor’West News at night, and proper cycle lanes reported residents had been suc- that reflect the council’s 2013 cessful in a bid to get a meeting cycle guidelines and let children with the Fendalton-Waimairicycle safety from home to Harewood Community school,” Mr Wilding said. Board and city council Board chairman David staff to work on solutions Cartwright said the board to roading concerns on would have to take a Glandovey, Idris and “pragmatic and proactive” Straven Rds. approach to addressing the Association spokesman issues. James Wilding said fol“There are some things David lowing a memorandum we can change sooner Cartwright ​ from city council chief rather than later . . . we executive Karleen Edwards, need to drive this forward and which recommended the public get people around the table,” Mr not be involved in discussions Cartwright said. around the issues, the residents The board would have to created an association. be realistic about the things it He said its objectives included could achieve within a limited promoting the health and the budget, he said. safety of pedestrians and cyclists Mr Wilding said the issue is along Fendalton roads. not exclusive to Fendalton. He The association will meet with also said the opening of members of the community the Western Belfast Bypass board and city council staff should make it achievable to within the week – although a have freight vehicles off suburdate has not yet been set. ban roads before the end of the “We hope that at the meeting, year. „„ By Julia Evans

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two changing rooms, each with a toilet and four showers, a referee’s room, two storage rooms for sports equipment and an attic space where clubs can put gear during the off-season. Mr Hardy said the city council had worked with local clubs to ensure the planned upgrade met their needs. “The end result of this work will be better quality, more durable sports grounds that can be played on throughout the

season,” he said. Most of St Albans Park will be out of action until the drainage is completed and the new surfaces are laid. However, people will still be able to use the skate park and the flying fox, Mr Hardy said. “Unfortunately, poor drainage has also affected the usability of the playground, so we’re taking the opportunity to make improvements there as well,” he said.

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Problem-solvers off to United States „„ By Julia Evans THE WORLD’S next innovator may be found among the students attending the Future Problem Solving international conference in the United States next year. Students from Rangi Ruru Girls’ School, St Andrew’s College, Burnside High, Christchurch Girls’ High and St Margaret’s College, as well as pupils from Selwyn House and Cobham Intermediate came away with top prizes at the national Future Problem Solving final. In the senior division, Rangi Ruru’s Lucy Anderson, Emily Davey, Sarah Lawrence and Victoria Park were named national champions. While another Rangi team of Ruby Blake-Manson, Abby Croot, Susanna Davis and Eugene In came third. Rangi’s combined middle and senior team of Leah Albrow, Lucy Anderson, Emily Davey, Robb Eastman Densem, Amelia Kirkness, Sarah Lawrence and Victoria Park came second in the presentation of an action plan. The St Margaret’s global issues team of Lucy Jessup, Hattie Compton-Moen and Zelle Logan, with CGHS student Annabelle Reilly, won the middle division. They also took out the

UNITED STATES BOUND: Lucy Anderson, Emily Davey, Sarah Lawrence and Victoria Park won the Future Problem Solving senior division. (Right) – Annabelle Reilly, Lucy Jessup, Zelle Logan and Hattie Compton-Moen took out the middle division. (Below) Two Selwyn House teams came away with national awards and a place at the international conference in June.

overall creativity award. The Selwyn House year 6 team of Evelyn King, Sylvie King, Sonya Li-McHenry and Xanthe Pearce won the junior division booklet category. They came second in the presentation of an action plan, in which they competed against year 7 teams. Kate Gourley, Phoebe Donald, Bonnie Smith, Lucy Maynard, Alice Hunter, Miya Hartstonge, Cleo McLeod, Sophie Hodgson and Reed McHugh won the middle division for community problem-solving. Burnside High dominated the middle division for the individual booklet. E Wen Wong won followed by William Wray

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Papanui chapel wins country’s top architecture award A PAPANUI church has won a prestigious New Zealand architecture national award. The Chapel Street Centre (left), a replacement church designed by Dalman Architects for the Christchurch North Methodist Parish at 68 Harewood Rd, was named the country’s top example of public architecture. The church was one of seven projects shortlisted from around the country. The judges said: “This church does not just communicate its

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New gym gives back „„ By Julia Evans HELPING YOUTH in Papanui is as simple as going to the gym. Vicki Campbell, a former Kiwi Fern, opened F45 Training in a new building complex on Langdons Rd last week. She’s dedicated her life to helping young people, recently stepping down from a managing role at the community-run youth organisation, Te Ora Hou Otautahi, on Harewood Rd after 15 years. Vicki It was only Campbell natural her new venture would do the same. “I was so nervous on opening day. It was overwhelming. It was like my dream was becoming a reality,” she said. The profits from F45 Training are going straight back to where they are needed most – the community, she said. In terms of how much, Mrs Campbell said that depends on how many members they have. “At this stage, I don’t even take a wage. I pay trainers and parttime staff and the rest goes to the community. But I know that won’t be for long,” she said. The idea came when Mrs

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Campbell and her husband Jono, who manages Te Ora Hou, were looking outside of the box for funding. Te Ora Hou’s main supporter, the Papanui-Innes Community Board, received cuts to its money pool this year. “It’s hard having to wait every single year to find out if you have a job for the next 12 months.” Mrs Campbell said any money raised through F45 Training would take a little bit of the pressure off other organisations.

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Fireworks continue to cause issues „„ By Mark Thomas – fire risk management officer JUST AFTER Guy Fawkes weekend, I left town for a week. On my return, I found heaps of vegetation fires, grass, bushes and trees had been attended.  While that’s a sign of the time of year, it’s also disappointing to see how many of them were the result of fireworks.  The worst incident occurred on November 11 in Harewood, where a firework thrown on to the roof of a house set the roof on fire.  A smoke alarm alerted the occupants but one was still burnt while escaping.  If found, the idiot responsible might well face a charge of arson. Because recklessness is now included in the actions that might constitute the crime.  And you don’t get much more reckless than this. Going through the week’s fire calls, I almost finished without seeing a single kitchen cooking fire, which is almost unheard of.  Until I got to Wednesday

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highlights top achievers 2017 Dux of the school Dux of the School and this years’ recipient of the Peter Bryant Memorial Award for 2017 is Justine Lee. Justine came to Burnside High School from Westburn School and before that, Ilam Primary School. Her time at school has included an extremely wide ranging involvement in extracurricular activities, proving herself to be a talented musician with involvement in Big Sing, Senior Chorale and Bel Canto. She has offered her time in School Service as a Year 9 Student Support Prefect, as an International Student Leader and as an Academic Mentor. From an early age she has excelled in mathematical and problem solving tasks. This all-round talent has obviously served her well over her years at Burnside High School as she has accumulated 21 1st placings in subjects since Year 9 and since beginning NCEA in 2015, has earned an Excellence Endorsement in every subject she has studied.

Back row: Dan Jefferies, Avon Liu, Soo Jin Han, Jiayi Zhou, Alexander Zhou Front row: Samuel Li, Sang-Yong Park

teaM of the Year Table Tennis Boys and Table Tennis Girls In the first year attending the National Secondary Schools’ Tournament, both the Boys and Girls teams won the national titles in the Boys A grade and Girls grade. The two teams were placed 1st and 2nd respectively in the Canterbury Secondary Schools competition. Two Girls’ team members won the National Secondary Schools’ Individual titles Avon Liu, who won the U19 Girls and Jiayi Zhou, who won the U15 Girls. suPreMe aWarD for outstanDinG achieveMent in sPort Amelia Garvey (Golf) Rising golf star Amelia Garvey is a member of the Burnside High Mixed Golf Team, who won

We wish her well for her studies in Economics and Finance at Canterbury University.

His musical academic work is of the same high standard as his performance work; this has led to him being awarded a choral scholarship at Knox Church in Dunedin as he begins his studies towards a Bachelor of Music at Otago University next year.

the Canterbury Secondary Schools’ Stroke Play, and came 2nd at NZ Secondary Schools’ Championships. Amelia is a member of the Canterbury Women’s Golf team, playing at No. 1. This year Amelia won the New Zealand Amateur Strokeplay Championships and the South Island Women’s Stroke Play title. The 17-year-old made the cut in a LPGA Tour event in October - the New Zealand Women’s Golf Open in Auckland, where she was, at one stage, the joint leading Kiwi with Lydia Ko. Amelia won a major individual Zonta Secondary Schools Sports Awards for Outstanding Young Sportswoman. She has also secured a scholarship to the University of Southern California where she will join the golf programme next July. sPortsWoMan of the Year Tsubasa Nisbet (Basketball and Volleyball)

Musician of the Year Ben Johnson has been awarded The Peter Rowe cup for Musicianship for 2017. Ben was named as an Arts Prefect this year and has taken a commanding role in a range of performances including the School Production, Stage Challenge, Orchestra, Senior Chorale, Maelstrom, Magna Voce and the Dance Showcase. He has been a member of the SMP Voice programme for five years.

Amelia Garvey

This is Tsubasa’s 2nd year to be nominated as Sportswoman of the Year. Tsubasa has been part of the Senior Girls Volleyball team since 2015 winning two National Titles. As well as playing, she coached a Junior Girls volleyball team this year.

sPortsMan of the Year Alexander Zhou (Table Tennis) Alexander is the captain of the Boys Table Tennis team, who won the Canterbury and NZ Secondary Schools’ Championships this year. Alexander won the South Island U21 Boys Championships, and is a member of the NZ U18 Boys Table Tennis team. He is also a member of the Canterbury Men’s team. ProxiMe accessit Proxime Accessit Award and Medal for 2017 goes to Linda Wang. Linda came to Burnside High School from Cobham Intermediate. She has proved herself incredibly talented across a range of subjects, often visiting the stage in relation to her academic excellence and in fact to date, has accumulated 11

In Basketball, Tsubasa has been the Girls Basketball Most Valuable Player for the last four years. She was the Senior Girls team captain and coached two teams. She is a member of the Canterbury Wildcats, Canterbury U19 and the NZ U18 Women’s team who came 2nd at the FIBA Oceania Championships.

first placings since beginning in Year 9. She has won additional Distinction and High Distinction Awards every year in external academic competitions. This year Linda served as a Year 10 Student Support Prefect as well as an International Student Leader and Academic Mentor. We wish her well for her studies in Biomedical Science at Auckland University.

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St Andrew’s students say goodbye at assembly „„ By Julia Evans TEARS OF sadness and tears of joy marked the end of an era for St Andrew’s College year 13 students. The school leavers assembly saw students give their final farewells to the school. Some had been there for more than 13 years. But now they have exams around the corner and university or work about to begin. The school’s heads of college gave their final reflections and leavers were farewelled with music and high fives from their younger counterparts.

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St Margaret’s student receives Totara award

SEE YOU LATER: St Andrew’s College year 13s said goodbye to the rest of the students. The final assembly was filled with music, as well as a few tears.

SUCCESS: Lucy Adams, a St Margaret’s College student and daughter of Selwyn MP Amy Adams, received a Young Totara Award from Rotary New Zealand. Each Rotary district seeks out young people who display strength of character, courage of conviction, care of community and pursuit of excellence. It believes by recognising individuals like Lucy, Rotary can encourage positive role models. Lucy received the award for the service work she did as part of her Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. •More schools, page 14​

works are also an exploration of form, pattern, Our pre-Christmas exhibition is once again an allscale and light, extending the work through the woman gathering of multi-media artists. Whimsical formation of shadows. takes on personal themes, each of these artists serve us their ‘Signature Dish’. Kara Burrowes explains her rationale – “I’m drawn The exhibition runs for three weeks finishing to the layers and history of the urban environment; exposed walls, discarded objects. Often it’s the 18th of December, giving plenty of time to wrap a banal and mundane that sparks an idea, the Christmas gift for someone very special. Lisa Grennell’s work is whimsical, much like a concept of transforming something quite ordinary into something precious and alluring.” child’s imagination. Designed to make the viewer smile and think of their own childhood, whilst questioning contemporary society and its impact on the environment. ‘The Simple Life’ is inspiration for this new work. Blanche Fryer’s work for this exhibition has been inspired by the anthropomorphic interpretation of the inner life of fish. “We hear of horse whisperers, canine Blanche Fryer’s anthropomorphic interpretation communicators, mammal channelling, of the inner life of fish. but you never hear of a yarn with a fish, excepting Amy Hoedemakers, “I used sketches from walking if there is a hook on the end. It has been really down the riverbed and words to begin with or enjoyable creating these characters and also as reference points. I wanted my work to have playing with a few different glazes.” the feeling of looking into another world, of it Jane Downes pieces ‘Dwell’, a continuation of her stretching on, almost as though you could step into body of work ‘Shelter’. Designed almost completely it but having an abstract quality at the same time. Predominantly I’m inspired by the natural world, for function and the upholding of cultural values, painted in a mixture of sizes and formats in oils.” offering shelter, protection and observation. These

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PAPANUI High School celebrated its success and named Samantha Smith as dux at its senior prize-giving. Samantha has had a successful year academically, achieving a top ranking in all five of her subjects, including first in biology and statistics and second in chemistry. While she is still yet to sit her NCEA level 3 exams, Samantha gained NCEA level 1 and 2 endorsed with excellence in 2015 and 16. Olivia Mackintosh was named proxime accessit for the year. She was first in class in classics, as well as digital technology media and second in physics. Olivia also gained her NCEA level 1 and 2 qualifications with excellence.

SCHOOLS SMART: Olivia Mackintosh (left) and Samantha Smith were awarded the top two honours at the Papanui High School senior prize-giving.

Supreme awards: •Samantha Smith – Hugh McDougall Rankin Education Trust Award. For a science student achieving academic excellence across the three science disciplines. BDL/Toshiba scholarships •Mikael Ewans – Analytical excellence. •Stella Cheersmith – Excellence in humanities. •Laura McIlhone – Excellence in practical disciplines.

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top students BDL Toshiba initiative prizes awarded annually to a group of students who have been identified as having voluntarily given an enormous amount of their own time to work for one or more specific cause: •Claire Daddiza, Oscar Days, Liam Helleur, Ben Hussey, Liam Kennedy, Casey Knowles, Grace Newton, Xoë Tay. •Casey Knowles – Award for the chairperson of the school council. •Grace Newton – Award for the board of trustees student representative. Members of the head student team •Britney Aldridge, Samuel Archibald, Stella, Cheersmith, Mikael Ewans, Liam Helleur, Nicolene, Janse van Rensburg, Liam Kennedy, Casey Knowles, Grace Newton, Kristina Orr, Jacob Richards, Lena Sareewan, Arama Thompson-Ruka, Hana Tuetue. ANZ group cups for the head students of the school •Mikael Ewans – head boy. •Britney Aldridge – head girl. •Nikita Rhodes – Cleverley Family Trophy for dedicated effort in all school activities. •Caitlin Kennett – Todd Selinger Trophy for dedicated effort in all school activities.

•Arama Thompson-Ruka – Loffhagen Cup for general excellence in all school activities. •Kristina Orr – J.B John’s Cup for general excellence in all school activities. •Kaitlin Lang – Elite Wheel Company Award for technology (hard materials). Donated by the Elite Wheel Company and Curtis Speed Equipment, is for a student, transitioning from school, who has shown outstanding workmanship in practical work. •Jamie Wisker – John Henden Memorial Cup. For the most improved student in year 12 mathematics. •Sushan Gurung – Ada Richards Scholarship. To support a senior art student showing significant promise who intends to study visual arts at tertiary level. •Kaitlin Lang – Sullivans Textile Scholarship. For a year 13 student for continued education at a tertiary level within the textile industry. •Braeden McGillivray – Trevor Newton Award. For a year 13 student who has achieved academic success in the hard materials technology area. •Michael Hann – Starting Out Scholarship. Donated annually by two former Papanui students. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a year 13 student with the intention of an entrepreneurial venture based on further study.

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TOP SCHOLARS: Justine Lee (left) and Linda Wang won the top two awards at the Burnside High prize-giving.

Burnside celebrates success BURNSIDE High School’s dux and this year’s recipient of the Peter Bryant Memorial Award was Justine Lee. Her time at the school included an extremely wide ranging involvement in extra-curricular activities, proving herself to be a talented musician with involvement in Big Sing, Senior Chorale and Bel Canto. She offered her time in school service as a year 9 student support prefect, as an international student leader and as an academic mentor. From an early age,

she excelled in mathematical and problem-solving tasks. This all-round talent has obviously served her well over her years at Burnside as she has accumulated 21 first places in subjects since year 9, and since starting NCEA in 2015, has earned an excellence endorsement in every subject she has studied. Justine is set to begin studies in economics and finance at Canterbury University. The proxime accessit award and medal was awarded to Linda Wang. She has proved to be incredibly talented across a

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Future stars shine at CBHS prize-giving Syme’s caps off breakout year with award „„ By Andrew King IT HAS been a year of success for Christchurch Boys’ High’s Rico Syme, capped off by winning the senior rugby player of the year award at the school’s prize-giving. The first-five/fullback started the year off in the school’s seventh XV, a team renowned for having a bit of talent for the first XV to pick from when needed. He was brought into the top squad due to injury and cemented his spot with a 50m dash to break the hearts of St Andrew’s College in the UC Championship. Syme was also one of only five South Islanders included in the New Zealand Schools side and played in the Crusaders under-18 development side. Full list of winners: •Rico Syme – senior rugby player of the year. •Tom Parker – May Trophy for excellence in an Olympic sport. •Louie Chapman – Ullrich Trophy for excellence in a non-Olympic sport. •Moss Jackson – Bruce Ullrich prize for leadership and sportsmanship. •Zachary Taylor – Mitchell Trophy and Queensland Old Boys’ prize for excellence in and service to sport. •Maddison Aubrey – O’Malley Trophy, senior singles tennis champion, and the Higgins Cup for senior doubles tennis champions (shared).

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Scrabble Group Tuesday, 9.45am-noon Go along and play scrabble with this friendly weekly group. Exercise your brain and have fun. Gold coin donation. Sundbye House, 100 Farrington Ave Fun Football Tuesday, 12.10-1pm Social kick around of football at Nunweek Park. They play every Tuesday and Friday from 12.10pm. It’s free and anyone is welcome. Email Christchurch. soccer@gmail.com for more information. Nunweek Park, Harewood Rd GenConnect Tuesday, 12.10-12.40pm Connecting generations by sharing knowledge. Do you have questions about your iPad, smart phone or tablet? Or maybe you want to know how to use Skype, Facebook, or share your photos with family or friends? Ask an expert. Papanui High School students will be available every Tuesday during term time from 12.10-12.40pm to help you find answers to all your questions Papanui Library, 35 Langdons Rd

Reading to Dogs Tuesday, 3.30-4.30pm These sessions have been designed to provide a relaxed and non-threatening atmosphere to encourage children to practice their reading skills and develop a love of reading. This programme uses dogs which are the pets of the city council animal management team and have been trained and tested for health, safety and temperament. Sessions are 15min. Phone 941 7923 to book a spot. Shirley Library, 36 Marshland Rd Arsenic and Old Lace Wednesday to Monday, 7.30pm A tale of mass murder, home surgery and elderberry wine. Helped along by a cast of misfits and the criminally insane, Arsenic and Old Lace is a fast-paced, vintage comedy with a killer punch line. To book tickets, go to http://www. repertory.nz/ Elmwood Audiotorium, Aikmans Rd Bishopdale Bridge Club Wednesday, 11am-2.30pm Go along and join this social group who meet every Wednesday for a game or two of

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Hours of care in your cupboards MODERN: From the 19th century to now, Mays Rd has a long history in Papanui. ​

The story of Mays Rd gives insight into early Papanui Papanui Heritage Group chairman Murray Williams writes about the early settlement of Mays Rd in Papanui THE LAND surrounding the settlement of Christchurch was initially sold in 20.2ha rural sections, many of which had been surveyed as rectangular blocks. The adjoining sections 276 and 243 ran in an easterly direction from Papanui Rd. The development of a road which accessed these sections was named after George May, a carrier who was an early resident in the street that first appeared in a local directory in 1890. Early evidence of subdivision of the original rural sections can be noted from advertisements in the Lyttelton Times of May 6, 1882, when a 6ha lot was advertised for lease at an annual rent of ₤71 and described as ideal for dairy farming. In 1880, the arrival of the tram service that ran down Papanui Rd improved links with the growing city of Christchurch. While Mays Rd’s original function was to provide access to farming land, it developed into a popular suburban street which presents an interesting record of changing architectural styles over a period of about 140 years. There are still a few examples of 19th century dwellings and of the more elaborate bay villas of the second decade of the 20th century. The later bungalows of the 1920s and 1930s are complemented by a few examples of the English domestic revival on larger lots. The later decades of the 20th century are also represented, while the most recent changes following the earthquakes are rapidly changing the streetscape.

Mays Rd has historical significance. From 1883, it marked the northern boundary of the St Albans borough (which included the land originally sold as RS 243) until it was absorbed into the city in 1903. RS 276, which also attracted housing after 1880, was administered by the Avon Road Board until 1910, when it came under the control of the new Waimairi County Council until it too became part of the expanding city in 1923. By 1940, Mays Rd had 69 residences in a street that had numbered lots running from 2 to 195, an indication the street was far from fully developed as a suburban area. Today many of its inhabitants still enjoy the space of the generously sized lots as surveyed in the 1880s, but there has also been enough further subdivision to increase the number of households (as defined by the number of letterboxes in the street) to 113. •References: Christine Grant (research on RS 276) and Wises Directories. •The Papanui Heritage Group has a limited number of copies of Timber Town to City Suburb, an illustrated history of Papanui, available for sale. At $30, the book would make an excellent Christmas gift for those with an interest in local history. For more information, get in touch with Murray on 355 4841 or Christine on 359 6517 Alternatively, send your contact details to papanuiheritage@ gmail.com

Papanui actor stars in theatre role PAPANUI’S LANCE McBride (right) is working on his PhD, so it’s a wonder he has time to take on a leading role in the Canterbury Repertory production of Arsenic and Old Lace. However, the Canterbury University philosophy student has found the time for one of his other loves – theatre. McBride has been performing in plays around the city for the last 12 years. After graduating from the Hagley Theatre Company in 2005, he moved directly into his first professional production with the performance company, Clinic, and has since maintained an average of at least one show a year – sometimes three. Theatre provides a much needed creative outlet for him to balance against his studies. In spite of the fact he is normally drawn to more serious roles, he has found

something of a kindred spirit in Mortimer Brewster, the lead character in Arsenic and Old Lace, which opens at the Elmwood Theatre tomorrow. •Arsenic and Old Lace will run at Elmwood Auditorium from November 22 to December 2. To book tickets, go to http://www. repertory.nz/

While the Nurse Maude Hospice Shops are a well-known feature on the Christchurch retail scene, no quite so well-known is its equally successful counterpart, Maudes on Trade Me. Maudes on Trade Me sells everything from antiques to sporting and household items and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week with the proceeds of every item supporting hours of care in the Nurse Maude Hospice. With up to 400 items a week being listed and sold Maudes on Trade Me is totally dependent on a steady stream of donated goods. So if it’s something you no longer want or need the chances are it can raise money for the Nurse Maude Hospice. There has always been a strong relationship between the community and the Nurse Maude Hospice. That relationship is what makes it possible for patients and their families to be able to receive care and support free of charge at the Nurse Maude Hospice so they can focus on what matters rather than having to worry about how they’re going to pay for that care. While smaller pieces can be left for Maudes on Trade Me at any of the Nurse Maude Hospice Shops

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Love your dentures Is it time to swap your generic denture appearance for a beautiful, natural looking smile? Internationally renowned dental technician Richard Greenlees, PGDipCDTech (University of Otago) of Lovebite is the person to call. His special point of difference is rebuilding what he calls the Oral Architecture, the structure and shape of a patient’s face that is often lost following years of wearing dentures. Lovebite dentures address problems that can arise due to years of the patient wearing incorrectly fitting or poorly functioning dentures, such as poor occlusion (the way the teeth come together), aesthetics, function and hygiene. An intricate knowledge and understanding of facial features allows Richard to return facial tissues back to the correct position, reform lips, and restore beauty and confidence. Richard provides a friendly, discreet service and personally guides his patients through the transformation process to create teeth with small nuances in the fabrication, colour and shape. Carmen, a recent patient said in a thank you letter to Richard, “I highly recommend your craftsmanship to anyone wanting a natural looking smile. Because

you do your work in front of your client, one is able to see how meticulous and dedicated you are to ending up with a top class result. My dentures are amazing. They look like one’s own natural teeth. So much time, effort and energy went into the end result. Simply the best.” Richard’s patients have varying needs, from full denture replacement, to first time immediate dentures, implant supported dentures and metal partial dentures. Since he started making teeth in 1980 Richard has travelled extensively, accumulating vast knowledge through training and working in Japan, and running his own practice in the prestigious Harley Street, London for 15 years. He continues to teach his world leading techniques globally. Richard also creates porcelain crowns and veneers, working with like-minded dental professionals. A beautiful new Lovebite smile resembles nature and reflects the patient’s character. It boosts confidence and helps patients to look and feel years younger. To learn more and to view a gallery of stunning Lovebite dentures, visit lovebite.com.

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Prepare to be swept up FOLLOWING on from their amazing concert in April, the Christchurch branch StarJam is gearing up for another spectacular concert. Taking place at Haeata Community Campus on Breezes Rd this Sunday evening, the concert is showcase of the year’s work. StarJam is an award winning non-profit national organisation that empowers youth with disabilities through music and performance workshops. One in five New Zealanders is living with a disability. at means approximately 150,000 young people with disabilities are facing considerable barriers in their lives. StarJam believes this is something that can be changed. rough music and performance workshops, StarJam reaches many of these young New Zealanders and provides opportunities for them to explore their talents, gain new skills and build confidence to try new things. For many, StarJam has been a life-transforming experience. StarJam empowers young people with disabilities through performance opportunities here in Christchurch and nationwide. rough

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$989

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$2159

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Club Price RRP $2399

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$78.99

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Bronze bike service $37.50

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18 MONTHS

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$4679

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$125.99 Club Price

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Club Price RRP $1099

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