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Daffodil homecoming for Darfield u by Kent Caddick

The decision to hold the National Daffodil Society of New Zealand’s 2018 Daffodil Show in Darfield this month is a homecoming for one exhibitor. P3

RSM comes ‘home’

A 30-year army veteran is now the Regimental Sergeant Major of the 2/1 Battalion …


Games competitors put through their paces

Future highland games competitors mixed it with some of the rock stars of the sport …

p David Adams is looking forward to bringing his prize blooms back to where his passion began


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David and Leitha Adams grow daffodils on their five-acre property near Yaldhurst, but their connections with the Malvern district of Selwyn run deep. Mr Adams, a now-retired teacher, was raised in Sheffield and can trace his roots back to one of the first farming families in Malvern. “My great-grandfather Thomas W Adams was the first farmer in Greendale,

with crops and later a tree nursery,” Mr Adams said. “He had eight sons including my grandfather who moved to Sheffield.” It was through his father, Les Adams, that he acquired his love of daffodils. “When I was growing up there was a group of around a dozen keen daffodil exhibitors including my father, along with Graeme Innes and Les Hawke, who were

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also from Sheffield, as well as Charlie Greening from Springfield and Mrs Westerway from Kimberly. “Annual flower shows were held in Sheffield, Darfield and Oxford and were well attended. We used to fill the old Darfield Hall and the Sheffield Hall with daffodils and other cut flowers. Continued on page 6…


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Quarter of a million visitors Canterbury Museum’s special exhibition Quake City has welcomed its 250,000th visitor — exactly eight years on from the first seismic event in Canterbury’s devastating earthquake sequence.


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p Jian Zhu, 22, and Erin Jin, 21, visited Quake City on the eight-year anniversary of the September 2010 earthquake — which was centred near Darfield

Visitors 249,999 and 250,000 were Jian Zhu, 22, and Erin Jin, 21, from Wellington. Zhu said he and Jin wanted to learn more about the Canterbury earthquakes after they saw the empty spaces around the central city. The pair had an earthquake experience of their own when the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake rocked Wellington. Quake City opened in Cashel Street as part of the Re:START container mall on February 15 2013. It aimed to meet demand from businesses and community groups for an attraction — which told the story of the Canterbury ear thquakes and would help bring locals and tourists back to the central city.

More than 50,000 people visited Quake City in its first year, and when the Cashel Street site closed for relocation in June 2017 — more than 190,000 visitors had been through. The exhibition’s popularity has continued since it opened at its new site on the corner of Durham Street North and Armagh Street; almost 60,000 people have visited since it opened there in September 2017. Most Quake City visitors are now from overseas, but the exhibition is also popular with locals. In the last year, admission charges have been waived for a weekend twice so that local people can visit for free. During the most recent free weekend in August, 1,850 people came through. ¢

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p West Melton School’s Skye Paterson shows off the trophy she won at the recent New Zealand Women’s and Veteran’s motocross event in Timaru. Skye was the youngest competitor in the eight to 12-year class riding her Yamaha 85cc. While she did have a couple of falls during the event, her overall performance earned her second place in the class

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RSM comes ‘home’

The sound of silence

u by Mike Isle

A 30-year army veteran is now the Regimental Sergeant Major of the 2/1 Battalion stationed at Burnham Military Camp, and for Warrant Officer Class One, Wayne Nepia, it is something of a return home. Although born and educated in Waiuku just south of Auckland, Wayne Nepia says he has a special affinity with Burnham and the Selwyn district. Between numerous overseas deployments, he has served at Burnham several times — first as a private soldier through to warrant officer and now as a regimental sergeant major. It is not just the army life that draws him to the district. It is his staunch involvement and support for local rugby. “I have been involved in rugby coaching with Burnham Rugby Club from 2009 to 2013 and coached senior rugby at Burnham Dunsandel Irwell when the clubs merged. “An overseas deployment put a temporary stop to that — but now that I am back, I intend to resume coaching next season,” he said. Overseas postings have played a big part in Wayne’s life. He has served with distinction in Cyprus, Afghanistan, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and East Timor. His decorations include the NZ Operational Service Medal, the East Timor Service Medal, the United Nations Medal East Timor and in 2002 the Long

u by Kent Caddick

Students from Darfield High School took part in the National day of Silence recently.

p Darfield High School students show their support for the National day of Silence

p Warrant Officer Wayne Nepia

Service Good Conduct Medal. Over the years, he has served in the battalion as section commander, platoon sergeant, quartermaster sergeant and company sergeant major. In December 2009, Wayne achieved the rank of warrant officer class two and in December 2014 was promoted to warrant officer class one. ¢

The students, along with others from around the country, took part in the day to call attention to the silencing effect of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying, name-calling and harassment. Writing in the Darfield High School Dispatch magazine, Natasha Young, said the day was about letting students who experience such bullying know that they are not alone, and to ask schools to take action to address the problem. “The vow of silence is a challenge — but very rewarding,” she said “In total, we had nine students from years’ 11 and 13 getting

involved by taking a vow of silence for a portion or a full day. As well other students got involved in other ways such as our selfie for silence, to show our support and to let others know what we are doing to break the silence around homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. “Nobody should be silenced because of their sexual orientation or gender identity, and everyone should feel safe at school. By bringing visibility to this issue, we can make it better.” Natasha Young is encouraging more students to give it a go next year to help break the silence around the issue.



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DOC joins Lake Ellesmere co-governance team The Department of Conservation has joined the co-governance partnership aimed at protecting and restoring Te Waihora Lake Ellesmere.

p Children from Rolleston Christian School have continued their support of the beautification of Rolleston’s Foster Park. Recently pupils in year three to five classes (Te Pihinga) planted a further 250 native trees at the park as part of stage two in the development of the park at the Farringdon end. Two years ago, the school was involved with planting stage one of the park, which is located at the south end of the school.

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Building WOF amnesty begins

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The Selwyn District Council has begun a 12-month building warrant of fitness amnesty to encourage commercial building owners to review their compliance schedules before their building’s annual warrant of fitness is due. Under the Building Act 2004, owners of commercial, industrial, retail and community buildings have a responsibility to ensure their building is safe for people to enter, occupy or work in. It means all systems must have regular checks to ensure they operate properly for the life of the building. Council building manager, Vanessa Mitchell, said the amnesty was an opportunity for building owners to declare new or altered systems — such as fire alarms, smoke detectors or automatic doors and windows — so that council can work with them to add the systems to their compliance schedules. “We’ve had significant growth in the commercial sector in the district and council has reached a point where regular audits will be carried out to ensure the existing building stock is being maintained,” Mrs Mitchell said. “The amnesty is part of our customer focussed approach to actively engage with local building owners and build strong working relationships. “We want to make it easier for them to keep their compliance schedules up to date and with minimal stress.” An annual building warrant of fitness

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The foundation is looking for someone who can assist with managing volunteers and coordinating people in Leeston for the annual Pink Ribbon Appeal on Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13. “The Pink Ribbon Appeal funds a large chunk of our work, so there’s a direct link between the time people give on the street and our ability to fund research, support and education programmes,” Evangelia Henderson, chief executive of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ, said. “An area coordinator will manage a small team of volunteers, receive and distribute stock to volunteers,

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Daffodil homecoming for Darfield “Dad bought me some daffodils when I was eight or nine, and I had my own patch until I moved into town (Christchurch).” After training as a teacher, he married Leitha and focussed on his career, specialising in deaf education. After about five years into the marriage, the pair attended a flower show in Christchurch, and his passion for daffodils was reignited. “I planted some daffodils at home and took them to the following year’s flower show, entered them into the novice section and won. The prize included a collection of bulbs and we sort of turned our whole section into a daffodil garden.” In 1989 they moved to a five acre section on Pound Road near Yaldhurst and along with a friend started Templeton Daffodils. Mr Adams became a member of the Canterbury Horticultural Society (CHS) and the National Daffodil Society of New Zealand and is now a life member of both organisations. It was through the national society he discovered another connection to the Malvern area in which he grew up. “In the National Daffodil Society we compete for the Avery Cup, which was donated by the Reverend Avery who I

p David Adams inspects daffodil seedlings

discovered was the father of Dr Avery who was the doctor for the Malvern district based in Darfield when I was growing up. “I suspect when Dr Avery came to Darfield he bought the hobby with him and introduced it to the local people. “So there’s a sense that by taking this national daffodil show to Darfield it is about bringing it home.”

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He said one of the reasons they looked at Darfield to host the event was because, with the loss of the Canterbury Horticultural Society’s hall in Hagley Park to the cricket development, there are very few venues in the city, which could stage an exhibition of this sort. “So to me — the obvious place to take it was Darfield,” Mr Adams said. “There has been some really strong

support from the local community to make this happen.” “There will be exhibitions from the Darfield Garden Club and the Sheffield Garden Club, while the Springston Floral Art Group is mounting a floral display.” The Darfield Recreation Centre will be the venue for the National Daffodil Show during the weekend of September 29 and 30. 

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Games competitors put through their paces


u by Kent Caddick

Future highland games competitors mixed it with some of the rock stars of the sport at a training day for this year’s Hororata Highland Games over the weekend.

p Abigail Driscoll training with last year’s Hororata Highland Games female champion Julie Stechmann

A Highland Games Heavy Events training day was held at the Hororata Domain on Saturday with a special training session for younger competitors being held alongside that of the more experienced competitors. The sessions were run by New Zealand’s most awarded heavy event athlete, Pat Hellier. Event Manager, Cindy Driscoll, said they had 12 competitive athletes take part. “Four of these were new people who will now all compete in the Gough CAT

Championship, and for the first time we had equal men and women attend the training day,” she said. “The junior and teen session went really well with kids getting one-onone training from the top athletes in the country. “The Hororata Keas had their camp at the domain on the weekend, and they came down to join us as well.” Entries are now open for the eighth annual Hororata Highland Games, which

p Pat Hellier shows Liam Dodds and other aspiring games athletes how to toss the caber

will be held at the Hororata Domain on November 10. “Without the competitions, we would not have an event, so we have always been dedicated to ensuring the competitor’s experience is first-class,” Mrs Driscoll said. “This year we are developing new competitions, providing extra facilities and working to attract new toplevel competitors.” Mrs Driscoll said the Junior Warriors was a unique part of the Highland

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Invictus visit highlight for students u by Kent Caddick

The third term is coming to a close, and for Rolleston College students it has been a busy one.

p Members of the New Zealand Invictus Games team at the welcoming ceremony at Rolleston College

p Rolleston College students welcomed New Zealand Invictus Games team with a haka

The highlight of the term for many of the students was a visit from the 2018 New Zealand Invictus Games team. This year’s Invictus Games will be held in Sydney next month. The Invictus Games is an international multi-sport

event, created by Prince Harry, in which wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel and their associated veterans take part in sports including wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball and indoor rowing.

The games are named after Invictus — which is Latin for ‘unconquered’ or ‘undefeated’. The New Zealand games athletes and support staff from the New Zealand Defence Force visited Rolleston College and were welcomed on to the school grounds with a haka. Year 10 student, Emily Taylor, said

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New signage at Foster Park Finding your way around Rolleston’s ever-expanding Foster Park has got a little easier with the installation of new signage.

p New signage at Rolleston’s Foster Park will make it easier for visitors to find their way around

The Selwyn District Council has almost completed the installation of wayfinding signage at the park. Council’s land development project manager, Phillip Millar, said the signage would make finding sports grounds and facilities much easier for not only new visitors to the park, but for regular users who find themselves in an area of the park which they’re not familiar with

“Foster Park has 27 fields, a hockey turf, a playground as well as a softball and baseball diamond, which covers an area of about 30 hectares,” Mr Millar said. “Visitors and users of the park are regularly asking for direction to a certain field or facility. These wayfinders are a user-friendly tool for people to refer to and to get to their destination with no fuss.” ¢

On the starting blocks for summer u by Kent Caddick

As the winter sports season ends and summer competitions get underway one of Selwyn’s fastest growing clubs reflects on a successful winter and looks forward to new beginnings this summer. The Selwyn Athletic Club marked the end of the winter with a number of athletes competing successfully in cross country and race walk events, with three runners being named in the Canterbury primary and intermediate inter-regional cross country team. Kobi Maslin, Cooper Wightman and Daniel Prescott, who are coached by Lincoln High school student, George McNaughton, were all named in the team. The club is now looking forward to the start of the summer season, and this Sunday will hold a registration day at the club’s home ground at Brookside Park in Rolleston. SAC committee member, Sarsha Wightman, said they are really looking forward to this season. “Christchurch’s new athletics facility, Nga Puna Wai, is on track to open in time for the season start next month.” It will be the first time since the Canterbury earthquakes that local athletes will have the opportunity to perform on an international standard all-weather track since QEII Park was destroyed in the quakes. Regular club meetings were held on grass at Rawhiti Domain in New

p Selwyn Athletic Club runners, from left, Cooper Wightman, Kobi Maslin and Daniel Prescott have all had a successful cross country season

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The point of difference u by Andy Bryenton

The station wagon — or the estate car, if you’re to use the Euro-zone nomenclature — is officially an endangered species. The mid-sized and mini SUV has entered the market like a shoal of deadly piranhas introduced into a koi pond, and the body shape we remember from many a summer holiday may soon go the way of the traditional sedan-at-the-front, tradie-at-the-back Aussie ute. In such a market, similar shapes proliferate by a process of convergent evolution. Wind tunnels pare down drag coefficients. Interior space demands cut into the free will of exterior designers. As usual, concept cars, which roll out at the world’s auto shows with 40-inch rims and more chrome than a 1950s American diner’s cutlery drawer are toned down into the beige end of the spectrum by the accountants. Which brings us neatly to something different — the SsangYong Tivoli. A small SUV, which uses its point of difference to a huge advantage. Since it’s not made by one of the old-established names we have known since the 1980s, it dares to be different in its styling, presenting something which other road users will actually look at. Yes, it gets a frugal 6.6 litres for every 100 kilometres, and yes, it can fit a whole lot of people and gear inside with its artful layout. However, first and foremost, it’s strikingly wellsculpted. Able to be optioned with more customisation than most vehicles in its class. Fancy this pretty and practical little sports utility in white with a red interior? How about fire engine red with a carbon black roof? In a sea of

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The bullitt bites back u by Andy Bryenton

The US historic motor vehicle registry calls it ‘significant based on its association with an important person and event in American history and culture’. In plain terms, that means that if you show a person of a certain age a dark green 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback ‘559 they will immediately think of actor Steve McQueen. He’s a petrolhead icon, not only because of the movie, which co-starred that powerful Ford. In fact, kids these days will know his name as the one lent to animated racing car ‘Lightning’ from Disney Pixar’s cartoon series. Check out the new Sportsman Bullitt — in which Steve plays a hard470 Range TODAY! nosed crimefighter with plenty of skill behind the wheel — may be his most famous film. In it, he races through San Francisco in a chase scene that’s been parodied and copied from 1968 to the present day, including in recent Marvel film Ant Man and the Wasp. Pursued by a classic Dodge, McQueen takes his Mustang to the limit — a cinematic vision, which saw buyers flooding Ford dealerships to Accidents can happen, but good jet boaters are always prepared and will come home get their hands on the superstar car. safe. HamiltonJet NZ is dedicated to the Now it’s back. Ford’s latest edition safety of all jet boaters and the efforts by JBNZ to make our sport safe and enjoyable Mustang is the world’s most popular for all river users. sports car, and in association with Warner Brothers studios, they have HamiltonJet NZ 20 Lunns Rd given it the full Bullitt treatment 50 Christchurch years on from that iconic chase scene. Ph: 03 962 0505 Email: Buyers of the new Mustang Bullitt get NEW FORD ENDURA ST-LINE more than just deep dark green paint YEAR




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Of course, we didn’t really need more reasons to buy a Mustang. There’s something about this particular edition, which has all of the ‘must drive’ appeal of the old original. For those cinephiles who want to drive in the smoking tyre tracks of a legend, what better excuse could you wish for than this?  ¢




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HARVESTER MARKETS Ltd, electric fencing, hitachi impact tools, bale forks & tines, chainsaw bar oil, 2 stroke oil, hy-tran oil, antifreeze, PB blaster & corrosion stop, 12 volt diesel pumps, PTO shaft & parts, magnetic amber revolving lights, drum pumps, hydraulic pumps, drawbar pins, R clips, D shackles, chain, belts, spanners & bolts. Lots of stuff you might need & lots of stuff you won’t, but come & have a look, 91 Horndon Street Darfield, phone 03 318 8229, walk ins welcome.


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GREENHOUSE TECHNICIAN WANTED We are a small team providing support for a wide variety of greenhouses to the commercial greenhouse industry, greenhouses for home gardeners including other structures such as swimming pool covers, animal shelters and storage facilities. This is a full-time permanent opportunity based in the Izone in Rolleston with travel around the South Island, an opportunity to either start your career or develop on your existing skills. About the role: A Greenhouse Technician will ensure the structural assembly of our products and perform any maintenance and repair work necessary. The role will involve working from heights, so the use of scaffolding and ladders will not be foreign to you. Health & Safety is key in our environment and this will follow through in ensuring the safe and quality build and maintenance of our products. The Benefits: You will pickup some great skills along the way, learning new construction techniques, improving your knowledge of power tools, gain further certifications & licence for EWP and First Aid training. Not only will your job take you around the South Island, there is plenty of scope to progress within the business for the right person. You will need: Ideally you will have a basic understanding of construction techniques and tools. • Experience as a Hammer Hand/Skilled Labourer will be essential for this role • Strong communication skills • A team player • Reliable & Self-motivated, with the ability to work unsupervised • A good knowledge & understanding of modern maintenance practices and safe working procedures • A current & clean drivers’ licence

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School Technician (Hard Materials / Technology Area) Permanent, Part Time (20 Hours per week) Term Time Only Starting: 15th October 2018

DAFFODIL SHOW Darfield Recreation Centre Saturday 29th 1-5pm and Sunday 30th September 10am to 4pm. Adults $5, children free. For more information phone 03 342 6236.

Dunsandel Bowling Club

We are seeking applications for a highly motivated School Technician to assist staff and learners in our growing Hard Materials and Graphics area.


Duties would include the repair and maintenance of all tools and equipment. The development and management of tool storage boards and trollies. Assisting Hard Materials staff to prepare class materials, promote safety messages and ensure the workshop is well-maintained and smooth running. Experience around tools and machinery a necessity!

Mad Hatters Social Bowls will commence in October.

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NEW MEMBERS WELCOME Contact Mark on 027 707 9666

Please apply by sending us a copy of your current CV with covering letter and your contact details to Applications will close at 12pm on Wednesday the 19th of September 2018.

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Public Notices

CHURCH NOTICES — Sunday 16th September Lincoln Baptist Church — Everyone welcome! Sundays, 10am, 530 Birchs Road Lincoln. / 03 325 3396 / Malvern Anglican Parish — 8.00am St Ambrose Sheffield; 9.30am Trinity Darfield; Contact Archdeacon Susan Baldwin; 03 317 9079. Facebook: Malvern Anglican Parish. Life Church Selwyn — 10am every Sunday at Lincoln High School Hall (entrance from North Belt).  or email  selwyn@ Parish of Hororata — 9.30am St Johns at Hororata; Rev Jenni Carter 03 318 0858. Kirwee Community Church — 10am Kirwee Sports Pavilion, High Street, Kirwee, Morning Tea to follow, Pastor: Brian Booth 03 318 1309. Darfield Catholic Church — Sunday Masses 8.30am For Weekly Masses, and the Liturgy Timetable refer to the church newsletter. Parish Priest: Fr Paulo Filoiai’i 03 342 9763. Hornby Presbytery. Hope Presbyterian West Melton — 9.30am weekly, West Melton (1136 West Coast Road). 11am first Sunday of the month, Halkett. Pastor: Murray Talbot 022 344 1039. Youth Leader: Mitch Shaw Ph 03 974 9120 or ext 1 021 411 800. Glentunnel Chapel— Victoria Street, Glentunnel. Sundays 10.30 am, Worship and Communion. Ph 03 318 8948. Anglican Church @ Rolleston – 40 Brookside Road (Church of the Resurrection) — 9.30am Sunday services with morning tea to follow. Combined service 10am at St Stephens Anglican church Lincoln on fifth Sunday of month. Contact: Reverend Sampson Knight; Phone 021 334 168 Email: Hope Presbyterian Rolleston — Service 10.00am, Rolleston School Hall, Kidman St. Pastor: Steve Talbot, 03 347 4007. Youth Leader: Courtney Forrest, 03 347 4007, Malvern Co-operating Parish — 9.30am Greendale Church followed by Congregational meeting; 10.00am Cafe Hope at Sheffield Bowling Club. Darfield Baptist Church — Services and Sunday School, Darfield 15 Greendale Road, 10.30am every Sunday, Glenroy Hall 9am 2nd & 4th Sundays. Ph 03 318 7360 Pastor — Paul Cossey; Youth Pastor Hannah Cossey. Darfield Life Church — 17 North Terrace — 6.30pm Sunday Service; Pastors Wayne and Nicky Watson 03 318 7979 or 027 281 8340; Origin Youth 7.30pm Friday — Youth Leader James Sutherland 021 029 5223. Cornerstone — Rolleston. Meeting Sundays @ 10am, Rolleston Community Centre. Contact: Ps Andre Powell 027 871 1424, or Rolleston Baptist Church — 9:30am, Children’s Sunday School & Bible Class; 10:30am, Main Service. We meet at Rolleston Christian School, 571 Springston Rolleston Rd, Rolleston. Contact: Pastor Joe Fleener;; 03 260 1406; Lev Shel Torah Congregation Shabbat (Saturday) 1:30pm Irwell Hall ,Corner Leeston & Selwyn Lake Road Contact: Sue Boyd 03 3242612. St Paul’s Anglican — Parish service at St Paul’s 9.30am. Verse of the week: The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. — Ps 23 v1.



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12,325 copies distributed weekly to Rolleston, West Melton, Darfield and district