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Â„Â„ By Andrew King THE WORST young offenders in the north-west suburbs are part of a police focus to get them back on the straight and narrow. The 10 youths targeted are responsible for burglaries, thefts, vandalism and graffiti, intimidation and other offending. The operation, codenamed Piper, is based at the Papanui police station and is aimed at giving them opportunities to break their cycle of crime. Piper is part of a wider focus throughout northern and eastern suburbs to reduce youth crime and as part of the national goal to reduce it 25 per cent by June 2017.
Acting Sergeant Nick Adcock said it was hoped the operation would enable the young offenders to break their ties with a potential life of crime. Operation Piper is named after the Pied Piper of Hamlin, a 14th-century German rat-catcher hired by a town to lure rats awayÂ with a magic pipe. Police want the example set with the first few offenders to have a luring effect on others to break their criminal ways. â€œThe idea is to have a fluid list that is always changing as we engage with them to try to break the cycle of offending,â€? Acting Sergeant Adcock (left) said. Police will step up bail
checks, follow up breaches of bail conditions and get out and about with at-risk youth to build relationships. â€œFor lower level offenders towards the bottom of the list we will do all we can to get them back on the right path. Those towards the top will have similar opportunities but we will resort to traditional policing measures if they are not complying,â€? he said. Sociologist and gang expert Jarrod Gilbert said it was an â€œincrediblyâ€? positive move. â€œRecidivism rates in youth are really poor, so if this can reduce re-offending, which, in turn, will mean less victims and less expense, well that is the definition of win-win,â€? he said. â€˘Turn to page 5
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OUR ARTICLE last week on whether people should be charged to park at Jellie Park Recreation and Sports Centre got people talking, see letters to the editor on page 6 and 7. If there is something on your mind, send me a letter at email@example.com – it is great to get your views. Voting in the local body elections closes at noon on Saturday. As of yesterday morning, voter turnout in the Harewood Ward was 24 per cent, Waimairi and Papanui were on 20 per cent and Innes 18 per cent. Please get out and vote. If it helps – your vote not only decides which candidates will have the responsibility for lobbying for your area, but also who will get the $100,688 annual pay packet as a city councillor and $25,700 as a community board member that comes with the job. Hei kona – Shelley Robinson
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Concerns over traffic increase By Andrew King RESIDENTS NEAR a major Avonhead land development say a predicted 20,000 more vehicle movements a day could ruin their quality of life. The Avonhead Community Group says they are concerned about the “huge impact” traffic could have once a 24ha site on the corner of Memorial Ave and Russley Rd is developed. Traffic modelling completed by Memorial Ave Investments Ltd, the primary owner of the block being developed, showed an increase of 28,818 vehicles per day in the area. This was based on a supermarket, retail, offices and visitor accommodation being built. Those rates were reviewed by consultants on behalf of the city council and accepted as being appropriate for the site. It would add to the 16,098 vehicles that already use Memorial Ave each day and 28,000 which use Russley Rd. “We support development but not at the sacrifice of our quality of life,” said Professor S.S Bagchi, Avonhead Community Group chairman. The land was re-zoned from
DEVELOPMENT: Residents near a major Avonhead land development say they will keep an eye on what is built in an effort to keep traffic impacts to a minimum. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN
rural to an industrial park zone in June, as part of the district plan, allowing a range of industrial, commercial, office, retail, and travellers’ accommodation. The development is split into six sections, four owned by MAIL, one by McVicar Timber Group and the other by the Commodore Airport Hotel. Prof Bagchi said they did not want to be confrontational,
but they had to protect their neighbourhood. He said the group will be watching carefully any applications for resources consent. “We will speak with city councillors, community board members, infrastructure, environment and transport committee members, or who ever to make our point,” he said.
The section owned by McVicar Timber Group comes under the Runway Protection Act and is subject to strict conditions on what the land can be used for. The McVicar group contested the Act in the High Court on September 20, and a judge has reserved his decision until a later date. •See more election coverage page 4
In Brief SMALL FIRE Harewood firefighters attended a small fire in an oven in Bryndwr on Sunday. They arrived at about 3.15pm and used a CO2 extinguisher. A fire spokesman said they were on-site for about 20 minutes dealing with the small fire. There were no injuries. HAVE YOU VOTED? Time is running out to cast your vote in the local body elections. You must post your completed voting paper in the orange freepost envelope provided no later than tomorrow. Alternatively, they can be dropped into the civic offices at 53 Hereford St, a city council library or service centre, but must be with the electoral officer before noon, Saturday. If you have not received voting papers or are not enrolled, you may still be able to cast a special vote. Phone the electoral officer on 941 8999 or email elections2016@ ccc.govt.nz CORRECTION Last week, Nor’West News reported in an article “Call for car parking charge” that extending the Jellie Park Recreation and Sport Centre was rejected by a city council committee. This was incorrect. In a management plan, there is an area defined as a possible car park extension if required in the future. Nor’West News apologises for the error.
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Issues that matter in the Waimairi Ward Lewis Winn: Waimairi Ward community board candidate With voting in local elections coming to a close on October 8, Nor’West The Waimairi Ward in western Christchurch consists of the suburbs News is asking candidates their views on topical issues within the of Avonhead, Russley, Burnside and parts of Ilam. It is a mix of subcommunity. Three candidates live inside the ward and three do not. urbs developed in the 1960s through to the present day and consists We asked what are the biggest issues residents in the Waimairi Ward primarily of single family homes and semi-detached dwellings, surhave brought to the attention of the candidates while they’ve been rounded by gardens. The biggest issues for residents of the Waimairi Ward are water quality and campaigning? Raf Manji: Waimairi Ward city council candidate The two main issues in the ward are increased traffic movements and independent hearings panel decisions on land re-zoning. Both are connected, with the main traffic concerns focused on the Avonhead Rd connection to the proposed Memorial Ave Investments Ltd site, which has now been re-zoned for development. The community board will need to look closely at how to manage any increased traffic movements there. We are still waiting on the outcome of recent appeals over the independent hearings panel decision on the northwest review area. The community has put in a lot of work on these issues and is hopeful of a productive outcome.
Anthony Rimell: Waimairi Ward city council candidate Stewart Henry and I have been door-knocking in the ward for three months. We’ve heard about concerns over water quality, roading, and bus routes. However, the most significant issue raised in the ward has been the proposed industrial developments on Memorial Ave (the MAIL site) and on Hawthornden Rd (NWRA3). People have repeatedly identified the impact on traffic safety around schools, water quality and the ward’s infrastructure if these large scale industrial projects proceed unmodified. For me, these and similar large scale projects, need to be measured against three ‘goods’. Is it good for the environment, is it good for our city and is it good for our local community? As I’ve spoken to people in the ward, they have been fully supportive of my approach. For them, these projects meet none of these ‘goods tests’. If I’m elected, that’s a key view I’ll be raising at the city council table.
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development of the rural-urban fringe. The area has long been popular with families due to its quality schools, parks and other facilities, and pleasant, safe environment. Any development within the ward must maintain its existing residential character. Keeping our aquifers free from contaminants is also important priority. The city council must work with Environment Canterbury, residents and developers to ensure our water is kept pristine.
Sam MacDonald: Waimairi Ward community board candidate Throughout the campaign, there have been two key issues raised with me. The first is the water quality and the reluctance to have it chlorinated. The feedback I’ve received has been overwhelmingly in favour of keeping our water chlorine-free, so it’s pleasing to see the city council work quickly to resolve this issue. The second is around the development of available land within our community. Resident concerns on this range from traffic and parking issues through to the impact on local amenities. I’ve said throughout this campaign, and most recently at the Avonhead Community Group’s public meeting, that my role is to represent your views, and work to ensure the city council protects our local interests.
Shirish Paranjape: Waimairi Ward community board candidate To be factual, my interaction with residents during door-knocking and other meetings has shown that there are two principal issues. The first issue relates to re-zoning of land, specifically two land-blocks – NWRA area three block B and the so-called MAIL site, and all the related concerns of traffic, parking, noise, water supply and sewage, loss of tranquility, impact on house prices and so on. These aspects are discussed in detail on Avonhead Community Group’s website. The other more recent issue is about the potential risk to the water supply in north-west Christchurch, and whether it should be chemically-treated. This has gained prominence due to the happenings at Havelock North. The city council has decided to fast-track the planned upgrade of the water supply system, while continuing to test the water daily.
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Toy library needs new home By Andrew King THE PAPANUI Toy Library may have to close if a new site isn’t found for it to relocate into. The well-used library is facing a bleak future after news that its current premises at 472 Cranford St will be demolished by the end of the year due to earthquake damage. Once it receives the notice to vacate the site, which is privately-owned, it will have four weeks to clear the building. Secretary Natalie Sisson said finding a new premise that could house the toys for an affordable price is proving difficult. “It would be a great loss to the community, especially in these times where we provide an affordable option for families who cannot always afford toys for their children to learn through play,” she said. The service is used by about 100 members. It has been in operation since 1993 and is open to parents on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Bishopdale resident Sean Clifford said his family use the library a lot and it is a great asset for the community. “We are able to come down and
Police operation to tackle youth crime •From page 1 Youth crime, especially young people hanging around the Northlands Shopping Centre, Papanui High School and the Papanui Library (below), has been a focus for police and the city council for some time. In September the city council turned off a controversial a “mosquito device” that was used to repel fighting youths who were intimidating library staff and visitors. It had been installed at the library in 2014 and emitted an irritating, high-pitched sound, audible only to children and teenagers, to deter loitering near the front door.
SPACE NEEDED: Sean Clifford (left) and his son Leon visit the Papanui Toy Library regularly and say it is a valuable asset in the community. PHOTO: ANDREW KING
get a few different toys every couple of weeks, which is good because the kids get bored of them quickly,” he said. “It would be a real shame if it was to close. Hopefully they can find somewhere to move to.” The city council has suggested the library could move into the former Bishopdale Plunket
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P romoting sustainability Looking after the environment is a key component now in high school’s and Rangi Ruru Girls’ School is no different. Principal Sandra Hastie writes this week’s opinion piece on what they are doing in the school to make them clean and green. The best way to predict the future is to design it. So said R. Buckminster Fuller, a renowned 20th-century inventor and visionary born in Massachusetts in 1895. Mr Fuller dedicated his life to making the world work for all of humanity and now more than 100 years later, we know a major part of that concept, is sustainability. In 2015, Rangi Ruru Girls’ School adopted a sustainability philosophy which has underpinned a number of key initiatives. It’s great coming up with ideas but the important part is putting them into practice, and continue to develop them. Art teacher Kate Rivers is our director of sustainability and she
leads a team of staff and students in promoting sustainability within the school. Each year we appoint a student head of sustainability, a role taken up with gusto this year by Annelise Thompson. At the start of 2016, we initiated our waste management plan and use colour coded bins – green for compost, blue for reused, yellow for recycling and red for landfill. Six months on and we have reduced the amount of waste going to landfill by 56 per cent. We were previously producing 21 cu m of waste a week, now we are down to eight. Sustainability is school-wide and everybody is involved and engaged. It’s about crossing the curriculum for the girls as well as integrating with our well-being programme. For example, our well-being focus in term three was on respect. There was much thought-
provoking discussion in every class, about how we can respect the environment. The integration across the curriculum is seamless and our girls automatically start looking at how the topic of study relates to sustainability; it becomes second nature. We could not achieve all we do without our fabulous sustainability executive team. Thank you to staff Kate Rivers, Dr Catherine Low, Philippa McIntyre, Pam Schreurs and students Annelise Thompson, Isabella Gregory, Emilie Aitkin, Sarita De Gouw, Lucy Simpson and Pia Petersen for your hard work and passion.
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We asked readers should motorists be charged for parking at Jellie Park Recreation and Sports Centre. They write
the apparent public consultation on this, sure I try and park in the car park, however, if there are no parks available I park on the road and walk in, no big deal.
Lee Richards, of Strowan – I would oppose the introduction of being charged for car parking at Jellie Park as I am a high user of this facility and riding my bike there is not feasible. As a parent of two boys who play water polo and swim and train at Jellie Park I already pay the city council a huge amount of money for the use of the only deep water pool in Christchurch. I am there several times a week dropping off, picking up and watching my children as late as 9.30pm sometimes. I wonder if Bridget Williams has considered this, does she have children who use the facility frequently, does she pay the exorbitant prices that the city council charge us because they can, because we have no other choice. My children swim up to 3km at a session I don’t think they need to bike ride on top of that, especially late at night. Why should we be penalised for driving our car, that is my choice. Yes, I agree parking is an issue, however, if they are prepared to let us park on the grass during the summer months why don’t they just turn the whole front in to car parking. I was unaware of
Joan Mahon, of Riccarton – We don’t think people attending Jellie Park should have to pay for car parking. I am 77-years-old and attend aqua classes five days a week. Our classes are full of mainly older people who enjoy the pool and gym, some travel many kilometres to Jellie Park many recovering from surgery and the companionship is most important. Not all of us are gym bunnies or teenagers or belong to a cycling group. Have a think about who, over the years, have paid rates so that Jellie Park could serve our community not everyone can ride a bike or is on a bus route. I am surprised that the community board has nothing better to do than target the people who get out and do something to keep fit and healthy. Would Don Babe and Bridget Williams be happy to see their Nana and Grandad on a bike dressed in lycra? They would be better off coming up with ideas about real issues like the graffiti or encouraging young people to walk to school rather than being dropped at the school gate.
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Marilyn Vicary, of Avonhead – I am a regular user of Jellie Park, mostly in the mornings and on Saturday morning. I also sent a submission to the city council against the extension of the car park there. I am most certainly against any charges for the use of the car park. This is a fitness facility so why can’t people walk a short distance if they have to park on the street. If a patron is early enough for their particular session a car park can usually be found in close proximity. The real bottlenecks occur when there is a bulk booking for a length of time, which can be almost all day, such as a swim meet. These sessions usually commence quite early and completely fill available parking. Where bulk bookings are made with the expectation that
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parking for people and possible equipment is available charges for this is, I believe, appropriate. There is also the facility for elite sport at the rear of the complex and this too can cause a block. Most of the members would stay for approximately 1-1/12 hours. Another point, paying for a parking spot does not automatically provide a parking space when it is wanted. The facility is popular but as other facilities are developed or fixed the patronage will drop as people will use facilities nearer their home. There appears to be ample parking between the hours of 11.30am and 4pm. Steve Winter, of Sockburn – The car park at Jellie Park is not under pressure weekday mornings, throughout the year
when a significant proportion of users are elderly pensioners who must use their cars to get there. Don’t penalise them for wanting to remain active in what is also an important social occasion for many. In actual fact, for parts of the day, they are possibly the significant revenue stream for the facility. I swim, with up to three of my elderly friends three to four weekday mornings each week. I drive from Sockburn, have angina, I am a pensioner and make the effort because it is important to me and affordable. Car parking has never been a problem. Let’s have a sensible and workable solution. Alan Tunnicliffe, of Avonhead – As a cyclist, bus rider and walker I would not expect to be rewarded for being sensible about transport. On the other hand as a motorist I would expect parking to be free as it is at other city council facilities. However, I can see that charging for parking might force a few people to consider using other means of transport to and from Jellie Park. Whether parking is charged for or free the car park will get full at peak times so the “first in, first served” principle will apply and the overflow will make use of nearby streets.
We asked readers if the closure of the Westpac bank will have a negative affect on businesses in the Bishopdale Village Mall. They write Jill Robinson, of Bishopdale – I believe the closure of Westpac at Bishopdale will affect the mall, and is short sighted of Westpac. Many people used to shopping at Bishopdale will miss the convenience of being able to pop in to the bank. And the moving of Mitre 10 has not helped the revitalisation of our mall. I hope a progressive retailer, selling quality goods moves into the space they have vacated. Hopefully, with the new library being built, Bishopdale Village Mall may shine again. Incidentally, do you know what is happening to the old library? Is it being refurbished for another use, pulled down or what?
impact on local communities that needs to be weighed as well. It’s not just rural communities that suffer when banking services are withdrawn. Suburban centres suffer just as badly, as it draws people away from their local community. The city council needs to be proactive in supporting suburban shops. Christchurch is a city of villages, and walkable neighbourhood shops that knit our communities together. • Anthony Rimell is standing as a city council candidate in the Waimairi Ward
Anthony Rimell, of Sydenham – For anyone who has a passion to see the north-west of our city thrive, this decision is a major blow. The impending closure of the Westpac branch at the Bishopdale Village Mall is of tremendous concern to me. Clearly, businesses need to make sound commercial decisions, but there is a deeper
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Our People Living the dream of telling stories Emily Burns, 23, of St Albans, has had a whirlwind year in musical theatre playing leading roles in Mary Poppins and the second wife of Argentine president, Eva Peron, in Showbiz Christchurch’s recent production of Evita. She spoke to Georgia O’Connor-Harding about those productions, her dream role, and her love for composer Andrew Lloyd Webber Tell me about what this year has been like for you? I have loved this year. It started off in the summer playing an alternative for Mary Poppins at The Court Theatre. Then I jumped straight into Mamma Mia! which was so much fun. All of these roles in shows are completely different. I am such a theatre nerd and love tackling every new role. Then I went to Invercargill and was hosted by the wonderful team down at Invercargill Musical Theatre and we put on Mary Poppins. It was magical to be able to have Mary myself . After that it was straight into Evita and now I am going to play the understudy of Elle Woods for Legally Blonde for the Court Theatre’s summer season and an ensemble role. It will be fun. chihuahuas, bull dogs and lots of pink. Do you have a favourite role
you have played this year? Eva Peron definitely. She is just something else. The journey of her young self at 15 all the way through to her premature death at 33. I find her fascinating and I love the fact she was a real woman who made such an impact on these people’s lives and on Argentine history. It is one of those roles I feel extremely lucky to play. What do you think of Eva Peron as a person and the way she was portrayed in the show? It is interesting because obviously in history and audiences there is going to be divided opinion about her. But people always say she slept her way to the top but she didn’t sleep her way to stay at the top, you know, she did a lot of good for the poor descamisadoes. She managed to build hundreds of orphanages and schools, housing for people
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who never had that kind of support before. She is incredibly stubborn and a determined woman that doesn’t back down. And I take it you are a huge fan of the composer of the show Andrew Lloyd Webber? Oh, he has just got such a way with music hasn’t he. Every time I do a show of his it just surprises
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Rewarding kindness in the community Breens Intermediate spent term three looking for opportunities to “pay it forward” and recognise some of the good sorts in the local community. Pupils volunteered their time and skills to workplaces and community settings. Others went out and cleaned up the local community and gifted “random acts of kindness” to neighbours. Pupils invited “good sorts” in for an afternoon tea and presented them with projects which recognised the kindness they show towards others. The term finished with an afternoon tea and music performance for residents from Bethesda Retirement Home and an evening market with food and entertainment for the school and wider community.
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SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN Kidsbase pupils from the north-west put on their design hats for a Legomania Day. The team from House of Bricks visited the Rangiora programme with more than 100,000 Lego pieces. Children were given challenges and themes to create their own masterpieces, which included landscapes, mosaics and racing a Lego car.
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By Gordon Findlater
POLO: Christ the King Catholic School’s B grade water polo team. Back row: Coach Jake Rochford, Liam Wagteveld, Sam Rochford, James Methven, Max Coltman, Logan Rochford and coach Ryan Crosbie. Front row: Billie-Rose Dunlop, Molly Graham, Nicola Crosbie, Maisy Perriam and Logan McGregor.
Water polo champs By Andrew King CHRIST THE King Catholic School’s B grade water polo team have won their competition, booking a spot in the Canterbury Championships this month. They overcame Heaton Normal Intermediate A 3-2 in the final. Sport co-ordinator Olivia Gill said there was a bit of rebuilding to do with the team. “The boys have been fully committed to giving it their best shot and, with weekly trainings last term, we were able to see the great progress of the team,” she said. Past pupils Jake Rochford
and Ryan Crosbie took over the coaching reins after a successful campaign last year. The squad will also compete in the South Island Championships at the end of October. Grade B results 1st – Christ the King Great Whites 2nd – Heaton Normal Intermediate A 3rd – Casebrook Intermediate A 4th – Christchurch South School Sharks 5th – St Joseph’s School Papanui A
ST MARGARET’S College will look to return to netball’s top echelon at the New Zealand secondary schools’ championship in Upper Hutt this week. The school has become a regular at the national tournament. They finished second in 2014, but will be looking to bounce back this year after finishing outside the top eight in the 16-team competition last year. The team has been a dominant force in the local competition, winning their sixth straight Canterbury schools’ title in August. They then went on to finish fifth at the South Island tournament, which qualified them for nationals. Their final preparation ahead of the national championship included a three-day training camp last week, with the school holidays allowing them to dedicate the entire time to netball. St Margaret’s has a wealth of experience guiding the team. Former Silver Fern player and current New Zealand under-21 coach Julie Seymour has joined the team’s coaching staff alongside long-time coach Helen
CHALLENGE: St Margaret’s is looking to take national honours after recently winning their sixth straight Canterbury schools’ netball title.
Bryant. They were also joined by Canterbury Tactix defender Zoe Walker at the camp. “Julie comes with so much experience and knowledge. We also have Helen, who has been my coach since I was a junior, and getting Zoe to come in is just really cool,” said St Margaret’s captain Lily Marshall. The girls’ face a tough draw in Upper Hutt. They will play South Island
champion’s St Hilda’s Collegiate in pool play. St Margaret’s lost their previous meeting with St Hilda’s 40-44. They also play St Kentigern College and Palmerston North Girls’ High School in their pool. “It’s going to be really tough. The North Island teams always pose plenty of challenges. They seem to grow them bigger and stronger up there,” said Seymour. St Andrew’s College will also take part in the tournament,
Dad’s Army This stage show brings to life the original characters of the TV Series of many years ago. Both Directors – Rebecca Wakelin (debut) and Craig Hutchison have ensured that from time of auditions through to performances, the DAD’S ARMY many of us remember will be relived on stage. With a very large cast, replica weapons, military uniforms (mainly provided by Christ’s College), lots of the original music and of course heaps of fun and laughter – DAD’S ARMY.
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Zoomy Balloons Today, 10.30–11.30am. Decorate old-fashioned hot air balloons, Zeppelins, bi-planes and more and then watch them race along a zip-line in the library. It is some old-fashioned fun and games with paper craft. All materials supplied. No booking necessary, however, a caregiver is required. Shirley Public Library, 36 Marshland Rd, Shirley. Building Spinning Tops Tuesday, 10.30–11.30am. Looking for a fun school holiday activity? Head to the Papanui Library to make a spinning top out of recycled materials then see how fast you can make it spin. This is a free event that requires no bookings, however, a caregiver is required. Papanui Library, cnr of Restell St and Papanui Rd, Papanui. Bishopdale MeNZ Shed Group Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1.30pm. The MeNZ Shed brings men together in a space to share skills, enjoy a laugh and work on practical tasks. These can be individual, personal or group projects for the shed and wider community. For more information phone 359 6752. Old Kendal Ave Scout Den.
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Wednesday Wanderers Wednesday, 10.30am. Get active with a group of friendly people on Wednesday mornings, all abilities are welcome and the group walk for an average of 30min a day around Bishopdale. Phone 359 1741 for more information. The Trust, 100 Farrington Ave, Bishopdale. Fendalton Family History Help Wednesday, 9.30–11am. Ever wanted to trace your family history but didn’t know where to begin? A volunteer from the Canterbury branch of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists is available to help with your family history questions. Fendalton Library, cnr of Clyde and Jeffreys Rds, Fendalton. Paper Doll Making Thursday, 10.30am. Discover how creative you can be designing your own paper dolls to take home. The class is free and materials will be supplied. No bookings necessary but a caregiver is required. There are two sessions to choose from. For more information phone 941 7923. Shirley Public Library, 36 Marshland Rd, Shirley., Christchurch.
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CONTINUING EDUCATION Risingholme Community Centre
Adult and Community Papanui High School Education Risingholme Community Centre continues to offer a wide range of exciting learning opportunities across the city. With the start of term 4 on Monday 10th October and longer days why not enrol in one of our exciting classes – www. risingholme.org.nz Risingholme’s strong focus on language development continues with a wide range of languages courses at a variety of levels – ESOL, German, Italian, Russian, Sign Language, Spanish and Te Reo Maori. Risingholme’s traditional base of art and craft courses continues to flourish with a full range available at a number of venues. They include fabrics, woodwork skills, cake decorating, health & fitness and well-being, computing, guitar and photography, as well as many others. Due to popular demand we have added another Upholstery course and a one day course, Saturday 22nd October, “Tracing Your Family History” to coincide with Heritage Week. For more information on classes at Risingholme, Riccarton High School, Christchurch Girls’ High School, Shirley Boys’ High School, Hillmorton High School and Hornby High School, contact the Risingholme Community Centre at 332 7359 or e-mail info@risingholme. org.nz
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As the weather gets warmer and the evenings get longer it is the ideal time to get out of the house and learn something new and meet some new people by taking part in one of the wide range of nightclasses on offer at Papanui High School for Term 4 beginning week of 17 October. From Art to Yoga and everything in between we are sure regardless of your age or interest you will find something to tempt you. Classes at Papanui High School are held in a warm, friendly relaxed environment and our tutors are supportive and well qualified in their chosen fields.
One of our new courses on offer for Term 4 is Tribal Belly Dancing. This course will cater for all ages from young adults to retirees. No previous dance experience necessary and suitable for all fitness levels and abilities. Come along and improve your confidence, creativity and self expression while having some fun! Class begins Monday 17 October 7-8 pm for 6 weeks at a cost of $78. For further information and enrolment in this or any of our Term 4 courses please visit our website www.papanui.school.nz or email rpb@ papanui.school.nz or telephone our office on 3520701
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Southern Institute Ensuring a safe of Technology work place Monique VanRooyen is a perfect example of how the Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) assists full time workers to move forward in their career. Working in administration at SIT for nine years, Monique jumped at the opportunity to upskill in her Administration Management career with the National Certificate in Project Management (Level 4) in June 2016. The 18-week blended delivery course not only offered the content she needed to take a
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LeARNINg fIRST aid is not only a part of ensuring a safe work place, but also an integral part of our engagement with the wider community. We all learn the necessary skills to ensure that in times of emergency we are able to assist our work colleagues, but are we able to take these skills home, into the community or on to the sports field? Not all work places are the same and the injury risk for each place can be wide and variable. The office attended by administrators does not carry the same risk as those people working with heavy machinery, or perhaps at some distance from a regular ambulance service. It is therefore essential that you pick the right first aid course to suit all of your activities – both professional and social. Take, for example, an office worker who does not have a high risk work environment and whose concern might be to ensure that they can deal with minor cuts and superficial injuries, or the ability to perform effective CPR. These skills can be achieved on a course of eight hours duration and would generally fit into low to medium risk area. But take this same person on to a sports field either as a spectator or player when a higher level injury occurs. The eight hour course covering unit standards 6402 and 6401 (or 26551 and 26552) does not
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Looking after your teeth Visiting the dentist is often put off yet looking after our teeth helps preserve them and assists our overall health. Dr Keith Chiang has operated the Fendalton Dental Surgery since relocating from the CBD in 2011. He has special interest in complex oral surgical procedures and intravenous sedation, whilst looking after his wonderful patients with general dentistry skills. Due to increased demand for cosmetic and geriatric dentistry, Keith approached Dr Zohnia McNeill, an
experienced clinician with a proven clinical track record, to join his team. “Zohnia is a professional with extremely high standards and is very precise; something her patients appreciate, along with her relaxed friendly manner,” says Keith. Zohnia and Keith will focus on their specific and passion-driven dentistry niches. Zohnia will work on the cosmetic side of the practice, looking after general checkups and dentistry work including partial and full denture work, root canal treatments, implant crowns, porcelain crowns, bridges and veneers. Keith will concentrate on his special area interest: surgical procedures including impacted wisdom teeth, correction of soft and hard tissue lesions, surgical implant placements, and providing intravenous sedation where required. Patients, who decide it is time to transition to dentures, perhaps due to extensive tooth loss or long-term gum disease, will benefit from both Zohnia and Keith’s skills. Zohnia will make the new dentures then Keith will surgically extract the teeth and deliver the dentures so patients need not go elsewhere for this service.
The warm friendly team welcomes you to come and experience expert clinical care. Working alongside Keith and Zohnia are two fully qualified dental assistants, Helen and Megan with Aysha on reception as the patient’s care co-ordinator. The warm friendly team welcomes you to come and experience expert clinical care. Fendalton Dental Surgery is open Monday to Friday, from 8.30am until 5pm, located at the high profile corner of Idris and Glandovey Roads. They can be contacted on 351 1188 or by email: fendaltondental@ xtra.co.nz.
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Duchenne Improve Dental circulation & feel better
With 12 clinics from Kaiapoi to Invercargill, Duchenne Dental Services provides a modern, professional and welcoming service to their clients throughout Canterbury and the South Island. The team at Duchenne Dental offer first-time and replacement full and partial dentures. With the aid of digital scanning technology they also hand craft high-end aesthetic and precision fit dentures. All products are constructed with injection moulded acrylics and elastomers. This means a greater effort is placed on creating a comfortable and well aligned finished denture. This is to ensure that patients who wear dentures made by Duchenne will have confidence to eat, talk and smile naturally. Experienced technicians also work on the protection of remaining natural teeth with custom fitted mouthguards. This is a must for those in contact sports like rugby. A custom fitted mouthguard provides far more protection and better design to the stock “ boil and bite” products. Not only is it about protecting teeth or replacing missing teeth, Duchenne are about providing dental services. This allows the team to assist patients who suffer from
snoring or sleep apnoea. Snoring affects approximately 50-60% of all adults. Often snoring can affect persons in many ways, from long haul travelling to sleeping with your partner. This can be minimised and treated with snoring appliances, designed and crafted at Duchenne Dental. With the latest in technology and crafting techniques, patients can trust their smile and dental care to the Duchenne team. EAT. TALK. SMILE. Duchenne Dental Services. Phone (03) 375 4444 to find which clinic is nearest to you and a complimentary consultation. www.duchenne.co.nz
the office or watch TV. Working your calf muscles with the Aircycle “treadle” action helps pump the blood. “Anyone on diuretics and anyone sitting with legs down for any length of time may be helped by using this exerciser,” says Dr Matthew Parsons. Swollen ankles, cramps, aching and restless legs are relieved, cold hands and feet warmed..Even at 90 you can improve your circulation and your health.. Information & orders : www.aircycle. co.nz or call 0800 14 14 15. Aircycles are also in pharmacies.
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Paulger Courts Retirement Village At Paulger Courts owners Robyn and Peter MacDonald truly appreciate the value of their residents maintaining their community attachments, hobbies and independence, whilst knowing that support and companionship is there if they need it. The village’s 34 semi-detached but private units sit in landscaped grounds alongside George Manning House, the purpose-built eighty-one bed rest home and hospital. On hand at GMH Robyn and her team are available to answer any questions or organise any assistance the residents need. Paulger Courts units are designed to be sunny, comfortable and easy to live in, whilst relieving the residents of the burden of home maintenance or reliance on family for urgent assistance. With the supplied ‘Never Alone’ alarm, the nightly security patrol and willing staff, residents and their families can feel reassured that help is at hand should it be required. The emphasis at Paulger Courts is on ensuring that it always remains a safe and happy place for people to live, making the move to a retirement village as easy a transition as possible.
The Leisure Centre at McKenzie Lifestyle Village At the centre of the McKenzie Lifestyle Village is the brand-new McKenzie Leisure Centre. This multipurpose complex has everything to meet the social and leisure needs of residents and their invited guests. It includes: • An indoor heated swimming pool with spa pool alongside. • A fully-equipped gymnasium sporting exercycles, treadmills, rowing machine, etc. • The library is stocked with hundreds of books, a computer and the daily paper. • A well-appointed crafts room for those residents keen on arts and crafts. • A multi-function room with comfortable seating for meetings, cinema or chapel. • The main lounge offers a big-screen TV, cosy gas fireplace, comfortable seating, bar area, pool table and dart board for your enjoyment. • Alongside the lounge is a kitchen and dining
Aspire Canterbury offers support, advice and resources to older people and those with impairments, their families and caregivers. Removing barriers to everyday living for individuals, Aspire Canterbury inspires people to live life to the fullest no matter what their difficulties. The Disability Information Service is a source of valuable information about the various services available to people with short or long term impairments and professionals from community/health organisations. Visit Aspire Canterbury’s shop at 314 Worcester Street or visit their website for more information and resources. They also have an online shop selling a wide selection of easier living aids, and offer rental services for wheelchairs, ramps and walkers. Aspire now has a mobile service which is available for free, fun, interactive presentations of all their equipment and services to retirement homes/villages and any other community groups wanting a speaker. For more information visit www. aspirecanterbury.org.nz, phone 03 366 6189 firstname.lastname@example.org We can help
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area. The latter can be used for indoor bowls or Tai Chi, Zumba etc. • A consulting room available for health services. • A hairdressing and beauty salon. • Outside amenities include a bowling green, petanque rink, mini-golf, putting green and a children’s playground. Further from the Leisure Centre there are garden allotments, workshop (aka men’s shed) and caravan and campervan parking.
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Can we help you or someone you support? Mobile ServiCe – Fun interactive presentations of our information, services and easier living equipment. We come to you! To book our presenter to speak to your group call Richard at numbers below. Disability information Service – a ‘one stop information service’ which offers unbiased advice to assist people navigate their way to organisations or services that can provide them with support or advice.
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Changes at the Russley Road/ Wairakei Road roundabout
From mid-October,* the layout of the Russley Road/Wairakei Road roundabout will be removed. Wairakei Road on the western (airport) side of Russley Road will be closed. While on the eastern side there will only be left out from Wairakei Road onto Russley Road and left in to Wairakei Road from Russley Road. N
SCHOOL SPIRIT: Rangi Ruru’s Dunvegan Clan perform at the term three singing competition.
Rangi Ruru celebrates its connection to Scotland
HOW TO USE THE NEW LAYOUT • To go north on State Highway 1 from Wairakei Road, turn left from Wairakei Road onto State Highway 1 and do a u-turn through the Memorial Avenue/Russley Road (SH1) intersection (or large roundabout at present). • If you are coming from the south on State Highway 1 and want to access Wairakei Road, do a u-turn around the Harewood Road roundabout and then a left turn into Wairakei Road, or make a turn right at Memorial Avenue and use Roydvale Avenue. As part of the upgrade of Russley Road, these changes are necessary for traffic safety, as certain distances are needed for traffic merging on and off the main road/highway. Wairakei Road is too close to Memorial Ave for this to be possible.
If you are travelling to/from the airport, please be aware of the new layout and allow EXTRA TRAVEL TIME as delays are possible. More information on the Russley Road Upgrade can be found at www.nzta.govt.nz/russley-road
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RANGI RURU Girls’ School delivered singing, dancing and colour with a healthy dose of fun at their annual clan singing competition before heading off on holiday. Dressed in clan colours, students competed to see which group performed the best song, choreographed to dance moves. “The only thing better than singing is more singing,” student Ella Fitzgerald said. Dunvegan Clan won this part of the competition with a stunning performance. They accumulated points
that will go towards the final result at the end of the year. The 2015 Clan Trophy holders are Braemar, who won the title last year for the first time in 44 years. The performances were judged by two guest judges from Christ’s College and two members of staff from Rangi Ruru. Clan co-ordinator and year 13 dean Leigh Allan said the concept behind the clans is to form connections between year levels to foster community spirit. “It’s fun, colourful and very, very loud,” she said. “The clans compete in a
number of different events during the year and clan singing is definitely one of the highlights. Girls get to show their creativity through music and they really enjoy dressing up and working together and it is a great way to celebrate the end of a very busy term,” she said. The clans, led by two year 13 students, are made up of girls from across years 7 to 13. They were named after Scottish castles, including Balmoral, Braemar, Doune, Dunevegan, Glamis and Stirling, celebrating the school’s Presbyterian heritage.
Trial an electric bike for free THE CITY council transport innovation fund has approved an eight-month project so commuters can trial an e-bike, for free, for two weeks. Transport policy planner Nick Lovett said the e-bike trial concept was one of three projects to win funding this year. Electric bikes are becoming increasingly popular with commuters. “People will be able to get an e-bike, on loan, for a free two-week trial. This project’s goal is to help you discover how an e-bike could be a mode of transport that’s right for you, without having you commit to buying one at the onset,” Mr Lovett said. “E-Bikes are an example of an emerging transport technology we don’t have a good understanding of and getting
DIFFERENT TRAVEL: Commuters will be able to trial an e-bike, for free, for two weeks from November 1.
people to experience them as a commuting option gives us an insight into how they might become a mainstream mode of transport in future. I’m really excited about the trials and what we might learn from the user experience.’’ Action Bicycle Club co-founder Ken Ching will be running the trial and said he wanted people to take away a fresh perspective on commuting.
“We want to give them an informed experience about e-bikes and to encourage citizens to engage in active transportation that helps reduce traffic congestion, pollution and ultimately improve the city for people, not vehicles,” he said. The trial begins on November 1 this year, with four electric bikes and one electric cargo bike available for loan to successful applicants.
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a lounge complete with kitchen and outdoor access to a private courtyard. Constructed of hebel and linea board the home has good heating, low power bills and suffered very little earthquake damage with all repairs completed and signed off. A further appealing feature is the virtually level 881sqm section with easy care garden and extra off street parking for cars, campervan or trailer. A back path leads you to the veggie patch and also up to John Britten Reserve. Winning gold in its price category at the 2007 master build of the year awards, those seeking a well-kept contemporary home should inspect today. The Rateable Value is $950,000. Open Home Saturdays 11-11:40am. For more information contact Alison Carter or Craig Todd of Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead (Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on 384 7950 or Alison mobile 0274 318 960, Craig mobile 027 642 1075.View harcourtsferrymead.co.nz FM4986
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RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL • Alarm systems & servicing • Access control • Safes • Keys • Padlocks • Door & window locks
• CCTV systems & servicing • 24x7 monitoring • 24x7 emergency service • Window & door hardware • Car & garage door remotes
(cnr of Kingsley St and Waltham Rd)
(Shop 12 393a Main South Rd)
Ph: (03) 365 0298
Ph: (03) 349 4119
95 Kingsley Street
The Branston Centre
Renovations & Repairs All forms of Home Maintenance Bathrooms & Kitchens Site clears Excavating Driveways & Paths All forms of Foundations
Free Quotes Give me a call today Ph 022 407 8581 firstname.lastname@example.org 15% Discount with this Advert
AAA CArpentry licensed builder practitioner all property maintenance small job expert by tradesman / handyman free quotes city wide call now 03 3870770 or 027 245 5226 email@example.com BUILDer For all building work but specialist in bathroom renovations, 30 yrs experience, with service and integrity. Free Quotes. Ph Lachlan 383-1723 or 0274 367-067. BUILDer LICENSED, available for all aspects of building. Please call 027 241-7471 or 335-0265 CArpenter HAnDyMAn Small Job Specialists, Carpentry, Repairs, Decking & Maintenance, 40 years experience, no job too small, Ph Warren 03 322-1103 or 027 6978541 CArrIer LoCAL experienced, friendly, trade-me purchases, single items to truck loads, furniture to whatever, removals & trade deliveries a specialty. Ph GEH 341-5069
Replace, repair or new. We are a local company with over 10 yrs exp. We also operate a digger for all other earthworks.
Ph. R.M. Solutions 021 02866981 for a free quote.
Trades & Services DrAInLAyer Reg, all types incld soak holes & culverts etc ph 028 408-0121 eLeCtrICIAn reGIStereD for all electrical installations & repairs Ph 03 322 4209 or 021 026 73375 eLeCtrICAL HeAt pUMpS Affordable, servicing, alterations, security & LED lighting, Ph 326 4992 or 0274 329755. FenCe pAIntInG Staining Quality at a reasonable price. Free quotes. Phone Warren today on 980-1676 or 027 2014713 FUrnItUre reMoVALS Large Trucks $95 + GST per hour 7 day NZ wide, packing & moving, Professional Company, Professional Service. Canterbury Relocations Ltd. ph 0800 359 9313 pAInter Available, All aspects in painting. Very competitive in roofs and fences. Please call 027 241-7471 or 3350265 pAIntInG DeCorAtInG interior & exterior, gib fixing, plastering, paperhanging, Est 50 yrs in ChCh, ph Wingfields Ltd, ph Mark 021 1711586 or 355-5994 pAInter Qualified, 25 years experience, interior & exterior, high quality, up to your expectations, for a free quote, call Mike 021 023-91148 pAInter Top quality work, interior/ exterior, pensioners discount, free quotes, 30 years experience, I stand by Canterbury, ph Wayne your friendly painter 03 385-4348 or 027 2743541 pLASterer Gib Stopping, Small job specialty. 30 + years experience. Ring 0800 387-369 pLUMBer For prompt service for all plumbing maintenance, repairs and alterations. Phone Michael 364 7080 or 027 438 3943
Tuesday October 4 2016
Classifieds Trades & Services
Wanted To Buy
PLUMBER A Top Plumbing job completed at a fair price, prompt service, all work guaranteed, Ph Brian 9607673 or 021 112-3492 ROOFING Qualified & Licenced Practitioner. Re-Roof & Repairs, all types. Member New Zealand Roofing Association. Over 35 years experience. Phone John 027 432-3822 or 351-9147 email johnmill@ihug. co.nz SHOE REPAIRS Belfast engraving.Shoe repairs,key cutting & engraving.(10 yrs exp)683 Main North Rd ph 027 3113423 SPOUTING CLEANING Spouting Unblocked, Cleaned Out and Flushed Out. Also Full Handyman Services Available. Call Trevor 332 8949 or 021 043-2034 TILER Phone Paul 022 151 9242, 981-2802 TREES BIG OR SMALL tree removal, trimming, stump grinding, shelterbelt clean up, section clearing, rubbish removals, excavation work, ph Trees Big or Small, for a free quote, 021 061 4783 TREE WORK Hedge trimming, stump grinding, rubbish removed, small job specialty Ph Andrew 03 322-8341 or 027 435-8759 T.V. SERVICE CENTRE Repairs, tvs, microwaves, stereos, DVD. Aerial installations and kitsets, 480 Moorhouse Ave, ph 03 379 1400 UPHOLSTERER Dining Chairs, Lounge suites, Caravan Squabs etc. recovered. Free Quotes. Phone Graeme 383-1448 VHS VIDEO TAPES all camera tapes converted to DVD, video taping, weddings, twenty firsts, special occasions, www. grahamsvideo.co.nz ph 03 338-1655 WATERBLASTING Quality Job, Quick Service by skilled tradesman, Ph Richard Severin at Jet-X 0800 538 969 Free quotes, visit www.jetx.co.nz WINDOWS & DOORS Joiner 25 yrs experience, Repair of rot or full replacement of sashes & existing windows & doors, Glazing, door locks, security stays fitted, New house installation of doors & hardware, ph Mykle 027 399 1673
AAA Buying goods quality furniture, Beds, Stoves, Washing machines, Fridge Freezers. Same day service. Selwyn Dealers. Phone 980 5812 or 027 313 8156
Tuition PILATES Beginner & Intermediate classes, Tuesday & Wednesday nights. Fendalton Croquet Club, Makora Street. Phone Julie 351-2100
WANTED FOR CASH
A+ Household effects, fridges, freezers, washing machines, ovens. Good cash paid. Ph Paul 022 0891 671 TOOLS Garden, garage, woodworking, mechanical, engineering, sawbenches, lathes, cash buyer, ph 355-2045
With care and respect we will remove your dwelling. Our policy is to recycle as much as we can. We are a local company specialising in residential properties. We will endeavor to cater for your individual needs. Ph. R.M. Solutions 021 02866981 for a free quote.
What’s On Guide PAINTING EXHIBITION. By Nola OConnell at Nut point Centre, Langdales Road, off the Old West Coast Road. Starts Sat 8 October from 4 pm and runs till Christmas. Open Tues to Sun 10am to 5 pm .Thurs 10am to 1pm. Ph 342 1033
Phone our local team 03 379 1100 Entertainment
Strippers & Podium Dancers Wanted! 18+ TO APPLY
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Tuesday October 4 2016
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT (Ex Harrington’s on 808 Main north Road)
Lunch & Dinner QuIZ NIGHT Monday to Saturday from RETuRNS! 10.30 am to 11.00pm
Breakfast Sunday from 9.30am to 3.00pm. (Lunch menu from 11.00am to 3.00pm)
From the 11th of October with Happy Hour specials.
Book your Xmas Party now! NO scones & slices !
Ho me made!!
TuESdAy: Steak & chips with choice of sauce ........$12
SuNdAy: Roast (Kids meal FREE under 10 years for lunch & dinner. Conditions apply) ..............................$15
We are proud to say that we make everything fresh in-house!
EXCITING COCKTAIL MENU
FRIdAy & SATuRdAy: Pizza or Buger + Tap Beer from 4pm ....................... $20
Indoor & outdoor seating.
THuRSdAy: Curry & Rice.. ........................................$14
Big Screen TV!
Set menu options.
WEdNESdAy: Pasta with choice of sauce ................$15
first online table booking from Monday to Thursday (up to four people)
Restaurant gift vouchers and loyalty membership program available!
Tuesday to Friday from 4.00pm to 6.00pm with FREE NIBBLES!
“It’s the Bright one, it’s the Right one, that’s making my place your place”
808 Main Norh Road, Belfast8051 Christchurch |Ph.03 3238898 | Fb@808mainnorthroad | www.bar808.com
Tuesday October 4 2016
LOCAL TAVERN OFFERS BLUES, WRESTLING AND MUCH MORE!
JOIN A CLUB THE SEABY !
WESTVIEW LOUNGE FRIDAY 07 OCT, 7PM
SATURDAY 08 OCT
MARION’S OUTLAWS 8PM FRANCHISE
SATURDAY 8 OCT, 7.30PM
ANTHONY’S JUKEBOX PRE-SALE TICKETS $18 / DOOR SALES $20
WHAT’S ON TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Members Lucky Card Draw
FRIDAY 7.35PM CANTERBURY v NORTH HARBOUR
By the Seaside! 10.30am-2.30pm
SUNDAY 16 OCT, 1.30PM KEEPING IT COUNTRY
- downstairs -
ClubBISTRO Open Tuesday to Saturday 12pm-2pm and from 5pm.
$10 ROAST Available Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
- upstairs -
for a limited time
SUNDAY SPECIAL $25 3-Course Feast SUNDAY 30th Oct BOOK NOW for Sumptuous BUFFET $25
FRIDAY 9 DEC, 8PM THE WARRATAHS
SHUTTLE RUNNING Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat
202 Marine Parade Ph 388-9416 Members, guests and affiliates welcome
Hornby WMC, 17 Carmen Rd, Hornby ph 03 349 9026 www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz Members, guests & affiliates welcome
Being a highly regarded neighbourhood ‘local’, e Brougham oﬀers a good bar menu, great bar specials, a courtesy van to guarantee safe travel (just call the bar for operating details), and is renowned for their yummy pork bones and watercress oﬀered free to patrons on Friday nights. For keen shots, there’s a Darts Competition every Wednesday night. Six teams compete for the title and newcomers are welcome to jump in a team and join the fun! e Brougham is also excited to announce that they will be hosting the best in New Zealand pro wrestling at the end of the month. Taking place upstairs in the Events Centre, Aershock Pro Wrestling presents Unsanctioned on Saturday 29th October at 7pm. Tickets on sale now. e Brougham, cnr Brougham St & Waltham Rd, phone 366 1481.
Quality a la carte with a view! Open FRIDAY, SATURDAY, & SUNDAY from 5.30pm FRIDAY SPECIAL:
BBQ PORK RIBS $19.50!
SATURDAY 19 NOV, 8PM BAD MOON RISING THE CCR TRIBUTE SHOW Tickets $20
LOCATED on the corner of Brougham St and Waltham Rd, e Brougham is one of Christchurch’s longest established pubs. Downstairs there’s a warm, friendly bar with adjoining Super Liquor bottle store, while upstairs there’s a marvellous function and event venue. Mine hosts Pat and Ma Hodgson have an exciting October planned. “As well as continuing with our regular Saturday Karaoke nights hosted by Jenlins, we’re having ursday Blues nights with e Elevators. ese will start next ursday (13th October),” said Pat. e Elevators - made up of Matt Hall (vocals, guitar); Glen Jayet (drums, vocals); and Dwanye Bennett (bass, vocals) - have been rocking the Christchurch music scene for well over a decade and are also a popular act on festival and event circuits across the country. With a repertoire ranging from blues through to classic rock and beyond, these guys deliver, every gig.
SATURDAY 29 OCTOBER, 7PM
The best in NZ pro wrestling. Tickets on sale now! Phone 366 1481.
cnr Brougham St/Waltham Rd
‘Famous for their roasts!’ SENIORS SPECIAL $ Two courses: Soup/Roast or Roast/Dessert
Lunch & Dinner All you can eat, 7 days Bookings Essential
PH 386 0088
Special available lunch only Monday - Saturday 12pm - 2.30pm Conditions apply
FAMILY FRIENDLY Kid’s Special Two courses $ Great Kids menu plus designated play area.
RESTAURANT & CAFÉ
Open daily from 6.30am - Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
le availab from
118 Racecourse Rd, Sockburn, Christchurch. Ph 03 342 7150
The Woolston Club...
A classic, contemporary club experience
Breakfast HAPPY HOUR 5PM - 7PM DAILY
LIVE Rhonda Campbell & Bruce Head
6PM FRIDAY 7th October
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Cafe open from 11am TAB & Gaming, Function Facilities, HOUSIE Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday SHUTTLE Tuesday - Saturday
Open 7 Days Restaurant open from 5.30pm!
RETRO ROAST LUNCH 12PM-1.30PM WEDNESDAYS $10 Members / $12 Non
SUNDAY ROAST 12PM-2PM SUNDAY
What’s On... 7PM THIS SATURDAY
7PM NEXT SATURDAY
Tuesday October 4 2016
More information on health & wellbeing at FreshChoice.co.nz/ Wellbeing.
Fresh NZ Pork Shoulder Roast
Californian Red Globe Grapes
(Excludes Free Range)
$ 99 each
Arnott’s Cheese/ Supreme/Harvest Wheat Crackers 250g
Speight’s Gold Medal Ale/ Summit 12 x 330ml Bottles
$ 99 each Mainland Mild/Colby/ Edam Cheese 1kg
Meadow Fresh Yoghurt 6 Pack
$ 99 each
Whittaker’s Chocolate Block 250g
(Excludes Special Reserve)
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189 Papanui Road, Christchurch Open 7am – 9pm, 7 days. Prices apply from Tuesday 4th October to Sunday 9th October 2016, or while stocks last.
FreshChoice.co.nz FreshChoiceNZ 355 4432
Owned and operated by locals Certain products may not be available in all stores. Savings are based on non-promotional price. Limits may apply.
Published on Oct 2, 2016