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Burglars hit Burwood BY KYLE KNOWLES Burwood has been gripped by a wave of burglaries. The break-ins are centred around the Lake Terrace Rd area. Police were unable to tell the Pegasus Post how many burglaries they were investigating. But the Pegasus Post has learned from residents that at least 10 houses have been broken into in the past three weeks. Waitakiri Primary School’s river

campus on the corner of New Brighton and Lake Terrace roads has had six break-ins in the last two weekends including four in one weekend leaving the school upset and angry. De Ville Place resident Julie Tolchard was burgled in mid-March losing electronics, clothing and jewellery and said she knew of at least 10 other properties being broken into over the last three weeks. She said police dusted for fingerprints but found nothing and she was not confident of seeing the sto-

Army in red zone, residents feel safer, page 3 len items returned. The intruders broke a window to gain entry to the house. Waitakiri principal Neill O’Reilly said he was very angry at the burglaries which was disrupting pupils’ education.

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Resident backs army in red zone BY JOEL INESON

said the exercise allowed the defence to assess soldiers in an urban setting. “It’s basically just practising the techniques that we train on a daily basis in what we call a tactical environment.” Between 50 and 60 soldiers from the Light Infantry Battallion and the Military Police, including engineers and medics, had been rotated through the site, he said. It is not the first time that red-zoned land has been used for training exercises by the Defence Force. Emergency services have also used the vacant land for training. A Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority spokesman said the land was deemed suitable for the exercise by both CERA and the army, and had an added benefit in that the army’s presence appeared to have provided reassurance for residents living in that area. He said the future of sites such as these had still to be decided, and public feedback would affect its long-term use. In the meantime, the land would be monitored regularly. “CERA operates 24/7 security patrols in the red zones, works with communities on issues of concern, and has a suite of electronic measures in place to help detect any trespass or suspicious activity,” he said. SAFE: Some Burwood residents say they have no problem with the army “Police are obviously the lead conducting training exercises in the Horseshoe Lake red zone. agency when it comes to any PHOTO: JOEL INESON criminal activity that is reported.”

Burglary victim Julie Tolchard has leapt to the defence of soldiers training in the red-zoned Horseshoe Lake area. Mrs Tolchard, who lives in De Ville Place, directly across from the site where the army was camping, said media reports about upset residents were “misleading.” “The army was camped right on my doorstep and I hardly knew they were there.” New Zealand Army soldiers have been camping on the redzoned land as part of an urban training exercise that included gunfire, upsetting some red-zone residents. She said the soldiers’ presence gave her family the morale boost and sense of security they needed after they were burgled on March 10. “We lost a laptop and other small electronic items, plus clothing and various items of jewellery.” She knew of another burglary in the area that had occurred on the same day, and said there had been as many as 10 burglaries in the area over a two-week period. Mrs Tolchard said neighbours whose televisions had been stolen thought the occupation was a good use of Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority land. Captain Sam Gouk of Burnham-based Alpha Company

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Series of burglaries hit Burwood • From page 1 The school has also installed new security cameras and Mr O’Reilly said anyone would be stupid to try and break-in again with the new measures in place and the backing of the community keeping a watchful eye on the school. Acting Senior Sergeant Dave Robertson of the New Brighton Police could confirm there were two reports of burglaries on March 25 on Lake Terrace Rd. He said his staff were aware of the series of burglaries and had contacted the crime prevention team to increase patrols in the area. “Burglaries are a constant theme for crime trends in Christchurch and it is something police do actively try to address through prevention measures and in this instance staff have spoken to community watch patrols. The key message here is we need the community to be our eyes and ears and phone police if they see anyone in the area acting suspiciously.” Armed officers were seen outside the Lake Terrace Dairy last weekend but it was not known whether it was in relation to the wave of burglaries and police would not give details of their presence.

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Additional tsunami sirens are being installed in North Beach. The city council is also installing extra sirens in Spencerville, Ferrymead, Mt Pleasant, Redcliffs, Moncks Bay, Sumner and Taylors Mistake adding 25 sites to the 22 that have been in place since 2012. The first will be installed this week and all will be installed by the end of June. The city council’s manager of Civil Defence and emergency management Murray Sinclair said locations

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for the sirens have been selected based on recent tsunami modelling. The Canterbury coast is subject to local, regional, and distant source tsunamis. In historical times, several large tsunamis that originated in South America have significantly impacted the Canterbury coast. “The need for additional sirens to be installed was identified prior to installation of sirens in 2012. With the installation of further sirens at the additional 25 sites, our tsunami warning system will be complete,” Mr

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and maybe in the world. It is now a third-world seaside suburb. If it wasn’t for the up-market Salt on the Pier and library, God knows what the tourists and Christchurch residents think. Believe me, I have spoken to many shocked overseas travellers, even small country towns have progressed quicker than New Brighton, which has only a few worthwhile businesses trading. We want the closed buildings removed and the tatty ones offered money to get out, and more successful ones encouraged to come in and shop in New Brighton and not bypass it for Eastgate or The Palms. We want: Saltwater pools, sheltered meeting places, regular maintenance, QE II reinstated and no more closing of golf courses or camping grounds.

The chance to show solidarity with those living in poverty saw almost 90 students from Marian and Cathedral Colleges sleep ‘rough’ last weekend. As part of a nationwide challenge, initiated by Caritas, a Catholic aid agency, students were sponsored to spend 24 hours sleeping outside in cardboard boxes, eating at a soup kitchen and undertaking activities to help them understand the everyday issues faced by those with the least in the Philippines. “It was a fantastic opportunity to ‘walk the walk’, to understand how little people have and the challenges they face every day just to provide the absolute basics for their families,” says Jovana Riordan, head of special character and year 13 student at Marian College. During the weekend, students completed activities that reinforced some of the challenges faced by living in poverty in the Philippines. “In the water challenge we came to understand the problems that flow

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Hope for sand dunes The ecologist behind a dune restoration project extensively damaged by a suspicious fire last Saturday, holds hope some of the native plants will regenerate. The blaze tore through the dunes on Marine Parade, next to the North Beach Surf Lifesaving Club in North New Brighton. The native plants were planted in 1990 by hundreds of volunteers from the community as part of several projects to mark the 150 years since the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. The projects aimed to restore and celebrate the full range of diverse natural habitats that once existed across the city. Landcare Research ecologist Dr Colin Meurk, who initiated the restoration, said the extensive damage caused to the well-established plants by the suspicious fire was soul destroying. The site had been threatened by fires in the past but had escaped with only the fringes burnt, he said. This time it was not so lucky. About half the total restored coastal bush was burnt. “It would take decades to return the area to the way it was,” Mr Meurk said. In spite of the damage, he was trying to remain positive. “I’m pretty upset about it but I’m heartened by the fact two large blocks survived, so it could’ve been worse. Still it’s a huge setback – 25 years of effort and nurturing of the site and watching it develop,

SCARRED LAND: Landcare Research ecologist Dr Colin Meurk expects some of the burnt plants, like this cabbage tree at the site of last Saturday’s dune fire to regenerate.

suddenly back to square one.” Fortunately, some of the native species planted can cope with fire, Meurk said. These include cabbage trees, akeake and ngaio. Some of the burnt cabbage trees still had some green foliage. “These three woody plants have some ability to regenerate either by sprouting or seeding after fire. If we get some rain in the next few months there’s a good chance they will regenerate. I hope there will

be some of that.” However, additional planting would also be required to restore the site fully and quickly, he said. Mr Meurk was pleased to hear the city council had pledged to replant the area and looked forward to providing information to assist in the recovery of the valued community asset. The native plants provide shelter, control dune erosion, prevent sand drift onto roads and residential

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Anzac tribute at Linwood Cemetery The Linwood Cemetery will be holding its Anzac Day ceremony a week early on April 19. The ceremony will start at 11am and run for about an hour at the cemetery in Butterfield Ave off Buckleys Rd. The Friends of Linwood Cemetery Charitable Trust will be holding its fifth annual Anzac ceremony to commemorate those buried or memorialised in Linwood Cemetery who gave their lives or their youth to military service. The cemetery has no military section but the roll of honour listing more than 300 names has been compiled from research done by the trust – all volunteers – and can be found on its website www. linwoodcemetery.org.nz. This year the event will focus on those remembered in Linwood Cemetery who enlisted to serve in the 1915 Gallipoli Campaign and, as in previous years, will conclude with the Last Post played by a bugler and a piped lament.  The event is free and organisers suggest bringing a chair and wearing suitable clothing for sitting in the shade. Donations to the trust’s project fund are welcome. This event will take place regardless of weather conditions

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BY KYLE KNOWLES Chisnallwood pupil Josh McCaffery has raised more than $2400 for the Cancer Society by organising a fundraiser at the school. He recently held the mini relay for life which involved every class at the school getting out on the field and walking or running around the field. Josh started fundraising by setting up a web page where people could donate which has raised $210. He also had a donation of $500 from Fulton Hogan which allowed him to by ice blocks for people who took part in the relay and put $250 into the donation fund. The Chisnallwood Parent Teachers Association also agreed to match whatever the pupils raised on the day adding $1000 to the total. The original goal was to raise $1000 but the 12-year-old was able to smash that mark. “That’s crazy it was definitely more than I raised last time. This time we had more awareness and better spot prizes”. Josh contacted more than 20 businesses asking for spot prizes to be donated and received a lot of support from business in the east. This was the second relay Josh has held previously holding one at North New Brighton School. On that occasion he made about $600 for the Cancer Society. He said he was looking at doing more relays in the future too. “Yeah who knows. Being at high

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BIG JOB: Josh McCaffery in his Cancer Society relay for life T-shirt, he organised a mini relay at Chisnallwood to raise money for the society. school for five years that means I can make it an annual thing at my high school.” Josh’s motivations for the relay come after he has had family members die of cancer and wants to raise as much money for the Cancer Society to help people with it.

Josh’s mother, Rachel McCaffery, said she was proud of her son and even though this relay was a much bigger task than the first one he never gave up and organised a successful event. Donations can still be made at www.fundraiseonline.co.nz/ chisnallwoodrelay.

Damned toast. Amongst the accidental fire alarms we go to there always seem to be a few that are caused by someone cooking their lunch. Not only do two fire trucks have to come but most commercial buildings with smoke detection systems have evacuation schemes that require the entire building to bail out and wait for the all clear from the responding fire crews. It happened seven times this week. Each time a guilty looking staff member, trying hard to be inconspicuous, would have been

skulking at the back of staff assembly. Damned toast. Daylight savings has just ended. It’ll be lighter in the mornings but the hour earlier for darkness is a reminder that winter is calling. We always try to get people to change batteries on their smoke alarms at daylight savings time. If you didn’t do this at the start please do it now. That’s because people like myself regularly go to fires where smoke alarms are found hanging from the ceiling, without any batteries in them. Or we go to fatal fires where alarms have not sounded, or are not present, or are down and stored in drawers.

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Welcome from Our Student Leaders

Top Scholars 2014

L to R: Courtney Petelo (Deputy Head Girl), Sarah Hohepa (Head Girl), Sea Muaimalae (Head Boy) and Kiwa Shankar (Deputy Head Boy)

Our new students were given a warm welcome at start of the year by our Head Prefects and their team of senior leaders.

Polyfest

We are very proud of three of our senior students, from left, Bethany Walters (NCEA Level 1), Kiwa Shankar (Level 2); and Cheyenne Thompson (Level 1), who gained an Excellence Endorsement for

their NCEA 2014. They were presented with badges in assembly, in recognition of their achievement and for showing our values of Excellence and Mana.

World Cup Fever Hits Aranui

The change of time and venue this year provided a great family atmosphere for this year’s Canterbury wide Polyfest, held at Westminster Park on Saturday 21st March. As always, our students performed to a high standard and stood out from the crowd in their colourful costumes.

Sheilah Winn Shakespeare in Schools Competition On Tuesday 24 March, three groups from our Drama department performed at this event. Head of Drama Morehu Solomon directed a 15-minute piece from Macbeth, while members of the cast directed two five-minute pieces from

Othello. One of these Othello pieces was selected to go forward to the Showcase evening showing the best of the full three nights of performances. Members of this successful group were actors Courtney Petelo as Othello, Ruvimbo

Gezi as Desdemona, Angeline Leversedge as Iago, and Cassandra Shearer as Emilia. Indya Tolo was their musical director. Courtney was singled out for praise for her haunting performance of the jealous Othello.

Athletics Success On Tuesday 10 March we held out school based Athletics Champs. From here, some students went on to represent the school at Canterbury level, and Nunu Siaifa went even further, to represent the school at the South Island Champs in her age group for Shot Put, held in Nelson over the weekend of March 28-29

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Ten of our students were invited to be part of the 100-strong choir, singing as part of the World Cup Cricket Opening Ceremony, on 12 February at Hagley Oval. Along with Head of Music Jane Herman, they practised long

hours in the week leading up to the event. On the night they supported the Ngai Tahu Kapa Haka Group, Hayley Westenra, and Sole Mio. This was an unforgettable experience for our students on so many different levels.

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TELL US WHAT YOU THINK Environment Canterbury’s preliminary draft Lyttelton Port Recovery Plan sets limits on what the Port Company can and can’t do as it recovers from the earthquakes.

MAKE A SUBMISSION

The Plan’s key proposals include:

Public submissions on Environment Canterbury’s preliminary draft Lyttelton Port Recovery Plan are now open until May 11.

• Provision for an additional 27 hectare reclamation of land at Te Awaparahi Bay for a new container terminal

To make a submission, visit www.ecan.govt.nz/port or contact Customer Services on 0800 324 636

• Enabling the redevelopment of Dampier Bay, including a new marina, better public access to the waterfront, and some commercial activity • Repair or rebuild of the wharves and structures in the Inner Harbour without needing resource consent

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Bronze for Avonside, Shirley rowing teams BY KYLE KNOWLES Avonside Girls’ and Shirley Boys’ high schools are soon to share the same site as a school and now they have something else in common. They both won a bronze medal at rowing’s Maadi Cup. The east’s two biggest high schools are traditionally not rowing schools but have broken on to the podium at New Zealand’s top secondary school rowing regatta. It was the first time since 1990 that a Shirley Boys’ rowing crew won a medal at the Maadi Cup with the under-15 coxed four claiming third place. Connor Coppard, Evan Young, Tem Bennet, McGregor Best and cox Barry Stace finished in a time of 7min 15.62sec which was a whisker under a tenth of a second faster then Westlake Boys’ High School of Auckland. Teacher in charge of rowing Rob Wilson-Pyne said after some tight races in the last two years it was a fantastic achievement to finally get on the podium. He said it was an agonising wait for the crew and supporters after the race waiting for confirmation they had finished third. Shirley Boys’ rowing team member Sean McCabe said the wait was like dreading France scoring the winning points in the 2011 Rugby World Cup final. Shirley Boys’ also won the school

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HISTORY-MAKING: The Shirley Boys’ under-15 coxed four of McGregor Best, Tem Bennett, Evan Young, Connor Coppard and Barry Stace (cox) flanked by coaches Dale Mahar and Nat Bocock (far right) on the podium with their bronze medals. PHOTOS: STEVE MCARTHUR

TWO YEARS RUNNING: Coaches Rob McCaig and Emily Barker (far right) with the bronze medal double scullers Ruby Norton and Giverney Penny. of the day award on the fourth day of the event. The award is presented to the school which shows the best behaviour, attitude and etiquette each day. Mr Wilson-Pyne said it was a wonderful achievement for the young rowing programme at Shirley Boys’. They went close to winning a second medal in the under-18 novice coxed eight where they finished fourth.

The medal winning coxed four were joined by Jake Luthi, James Alexander, Fletcher Platt, Callum Pattison and cox Connor Robinson in the eight. Connor was also selected to trial for the South Island under-18 squad as a cox. They finished one second behind St Peter’s College of Auckland just missing out on another bronze medal. Avonside Girls’ lightweight dou-

ble scull pairing of Giverny Penny and Ruby Norton continued their success at the regatta winning their second bronze medal in as many years. Last year the pairing won the under-18 novice double sculls and continued their success this year. They won the medal in a time of 7min 41.31sec which was five hundredths faster than Cambridge High School in fourth. Dunstan High School of Alexandra and Timaru Girls’

rounded out the medallists. Giverny and Ruby also competed in the under-18 lightweight coxed four with Grace Mitchell, Isabella Brokenshire and cox Alexandra Harris who finished fifth in the A final. Avonside’s Kendal Everest also found individual success not in the form of a medal but a strong showing saw her selected to trial for the under-18 South Island rowing squad.

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New Brighton is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9.45am until 12.30pm. Their meeting at 10.30am on Tuesday, April 21 will feature Paul Hopewell, a speaker from the SeniorNet Foundation. For more information about SeniorNet New Brighton either pop in for a visit when they are open, telephone 382 6048 or email snnb15@yahoo.co.nz.

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Using a mandolin, finely shave fennel bulb and apple into a large bowl. Add herbs, toss together to combine and put to one side. Heat olive oil in a large heavy based frying pan over a very high heat. Lightly season scallops and sear

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for 20 seconds on one side before turning over and cooking for a further 15 seconds. Remove scallops from the pan to prevent them from over-cooking. Divide half the salad between four plates and place scallops on top. Finish with remaining salad, orange juice and extra virgin olive oil. Serve immediately.

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C. Place lamb in a large roasting dish with tomatoes and water. Cover and seal tightly with foil. Place in oven and cook for 30 minutes before reducing temperature to 150 deg C and continuing to roast for 2 to 3 hours or until lamb is extremely tender and falling from the bone. Remove lamb from oven and allow to cool before picking meat from the shoulder and discarding any bones and fat. Increase oven temperature to 200 deg C. Place lamb into a large heavy-based frying pan with jus and return to oven, basting oc-

Walnut sugar tart Makes 1 x 28cm tart

Pastry 175 unsalted butter, at room temperature 75g icing sugar 2 egg yolks 250g flour 1 Tbsp cold water Filling 540g soft brown sugar 380ml cream 3 Tbsp plain flour 75g butter 3 eggs 1 egg yolk 150g chopped walnuts Place the butter, icing sugar, egg yolks, flour and cold water in a mixing machine bowl and mix on low speed with

casionally with jus. Heat 50ml of the olive oil in a large non-stick frying pan over a medium to high heat. Add gnocchi and cook one side until golden brown. Turn gnocchi over in the pan and place in the oven for 4 to 5 minutes. To make parsley oil, place parsley and salt into a mortar and grind to a smooth paste. Add remaining olive oil and muddle together. Remove gnocchi from oven and divide between 4 plates. Top with lamb and reduced juices. Finish with a drizzle of parsley oil and serve immediately.

the paddle attachment until the pastry comes together to form a dough. Knead lightly, roll into a ball, wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes or overnight. Heat oven to 200 deg C. Place brown sugar, cream, flour and butter in a small pot and bring to the boil over a medium heat. Remove from heat and allow to cool slightly. Unwrap pastry and slice thinly. Lay slices into a 28cm tart tin with a removable base and press to cover tin. Ensure pastry is evenly and thinly spread, about 2mm thick. Remove excess from edges. Whisk eggs and egg yolk in to the sugar mixture and pour into pastrylined tin. Sprinkle with walnuts and bake for 10 minutes before reducing oven temperature to 175 deg C and cooking a further 30 minutes or until golden and just set. Remove from oven, allow to cool and serve with ice cream.


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57 Massey Crescent, St Albans – Our owners have changed their mind and have decided country 20 Sincock Place, Kaiapoi – This attractive 4 bdrm / 2bthrm newly built home, situated within a quiet living is for them. Located in a sought after tree lined street, 57 Massey Crescent will be the home

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Position Perfect – URGENT SALE! 46b Golf Links Road, Shirley AUCTION: 29th April 2015 at Russley Golf Club at 3pm (unless sold prior)

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Genuine one man band Lil’l Chuck aka David Thorpe celebrates the launch of his new album, ‘Blues in Full Swing’ with a FREE show at The Wunderbar in Lyttelton, from 8pm next Thursday (9th April) with support Brendan Gregg. “The last few years have proven to many that you have to seize the moment, time waits for no-one,” said David. “Being a one-man band had been in my head too long and I had to start getting it down. If for nothing else than as a personal archive and love letter to my family.” David is a familiar local musician. Apart from his current project performing and recording as Li’l Chuck, he has been involved in numerous collaborations including the well known Black Velvet Band. According to David, his new album is lighthearted and full of foot tapping good times. Each song illustrates the essence of a one man band, with all of the instruments played and recorded simultaneously. “I’m blessed with the ability to perform by coordinating multiple instruments at one time. I am proof that men can indeed multitask!”

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