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Pupils can now get to school safely By Caitlin Miles FOR YEARS pupils at Bromley School have had to duck and dive as they crossed a nearby busy intersection. But soon they will have a pedestrian island on Bromley Rd at the intersection with Keighleys Rd so the children can safely get to the middle of the road before crossing the other lane. The Bromley Community Centre raised the issue with the former Hagley-Ferrymead Community Board in 2015, pushing it for something to be done. “So many of our kids cross there and it’s such a busy road it can be dangerous. “They would duck between stopped cars and trucks because they didn’t want to wait, now it will be much safer,” said school teacher Cathy Baker. She hopes parents will be happier to let their children make their own way to school. School pupils made a deputation to the LinwoodCentral-Heathcote Community Board meeting last week, asking for safety measures to be put in place to make it safer
SAFE: Teacher Cathy Baker is excited pupils will be safer crossing a busy road near the school once the pedestrian island is installed. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN
to cross. The community board approved the decision to install a pedestrian island. Cr Yani Johanson said it was good news for the school and community centre. Ms Baker said it was “exciting”
news after campaigning for safety measures for so long. “We spoke to so many people, went and counted cars and trucks driving past . . . it’s ridiculous,” she said. This comes after schools around the city started
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Tuesday February 7 2017 FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK
LAST WEEK we reported on pensioner Peter Collins’ bid to improve bus services in Somerfield. And it looks like he’s got a lot of support from readers. Today on page 4, we publish responses to Peter’s campaign and needless to say, he’s got a lot of support. Peter is helping the Somerfield Residents’ Association with a petition and the sprightly 75-year-old has been knocking on doors. We’ll keep you posted on Peter and the association’s bid to convince Environment Canterbury to do something about the bus service. Also on page 4, we have reader reaction to another article last week on how polyglass panels will protect moments from being tagged. There’s a few suggestions on how taggers can be sorted out too! – Barry Clarke
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Students produce top marks in the world Fashion FOUR CASHMERE High School students have received the highest possible Cambridge score. Hsin-Yu Miu, Nina Noble, Alice Tiso and Lilly Van Keulen, all finished with 100 per cent in the Cambridge International Examination with the International General Certificate of Secondary Education subjects of English and Global Perspectives. Their research assessments and end-of-year Cambridge exam is marked against all the students around the world who also sit the exam. As a result of their score the students have received what is known as “top in the world” title from Cambridge. Next week they will travel to Auckland for an award ceremony to highlight their achievement. Principal Mark Wilson said it’s a challenging subject for the students to do. “It is an absolutely awesome result for these hard working and talented young scholars,” Mr Wilson said. The examinations are a global qualification, used mostly in international schools.
BRIGHT: Back from left: Lilly Van Keulen, Alice Tiso, front from left: Nina Noble and Hsin-Yu Miu.
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In Brief NO PARKING LINES Parking restrictions will be put in place along part of Longhurst Tce, Cashmere, following residents concerns over road users safety and visibility manoeuvring in and out of driveways. City council staff investigated and found limited visibility impacted residents and vehicles going over the crest of the hill due to cars parked on the kerbside. The SpreydonCashmere Community Board approved yellow no parking lines for the road at the intersection with Harry Ell Dr and extending for 53m over the crest of the hill. Installing the lines is expected to cost $50. LINWOOD LANDSCAPING Consultation on landscaping at Linwood Lower Fields as part of flood mitigation work will close next week. The plans involve turning 2.75ha of unused land at the Kimihia Parents’ College into an urban forest and park area with retention ponds. The city council wants to use the land as part of a series of work between Antigua St in the central city and Hargood St in Woolston, designed to improve flood protection and water quality in the Bells Creek catchment. The plans will go to the Linwood-Central-Heathcote
Community Board in March. To make a submission go to https://ccc.govt.nz/thecouncil/have-your-say/whatshappening-now/consultations/ NO MORE BIRD POO The city council is taking steps to stop bird excrement getting into the city’s water supply. City council staff are spraying a protective membrane on the roofs of the city’s reservoirs to protect against bird excrement getting through cracks and contaminating the water with E. coli. Protective membranes have been applied to six reservoirs and crews are working on another three. There are 11 reservoirs to go, including eight in Christchurch, two in Lyttelton and one in Diamond Harbour. CADETS WANTED Christchurch’s New Zealand Cadet Force is recruiting for the year. The force’s units include sea cadets, air training corps and the NZ cadet corps (sea, air and army cadets). Cadet training is aimed at 13 to 15-year-olds. The training includes bushcraft, firearm safety, first aid and radio procedure. For more information, visit www. cadetforces.org.nz
Tuesday February 7 2017
Your Local Views We asked: What you thought of the city council covering the monuments in see-through poly glass panels to stop people from vandalising and tagging them.
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Paul Skinner – Bring back the stocks for the vandals when they are apprehended. That would provide a effective deterrent to wannabe famous misfits.
Fashion Nicky Griffith – I hope these disrespectful louts realise they can live in this country and all that it encompasses because of the people that monument remembers . . . stick them in the army!
Lynette Morris – Seeing stuff like this makes me sick. How disrespectful.
Gardening John Walker – Pillory in Cathedral Square for the taggers. Suitable punishment and would be a great tourist attraction!
Readers respond to last week’s article about the lack of a bus service and stops in Somerfield.
Mia Griffiths – Just so disrespectful.
Patricia Patterson, of Somerfield – As a partially sighted pensioner with several serious health conditions, I find it quite a struggle to get to the closest bus stop over Milton St on Selwyn St. There used to be a bus just around the corner which I got most days. Now I stay home alone frequently
Motoring Cheryl Smith – Mindless cretins!
Karlene Jennings – Hope someone cleaned that, it’s disgraceful.
because it’s just too hard. A service running through the top end of Selwyn St would make my life considerably happier. Gary Knight, of Hoon Hay – From a commercial perspective, the disengagement of the 114 bus route from Barrington mall to Cashmere via Somerfield was a viable option for Environment Canterbury in 2014. Replacement services however, comprising the Blue Line and 145 bus routes, have incensed many Somerfield residents, noting the 1.3km to the nearest bus stop, contrary to the 500m promised by ECan with
the introduction of these routes. Logistics and statistics stating reduced patronage on the 114 route in 2014 as the catalyst for its demise is a parochial sentiment probably not valid in 2017. Within this context, accolades are extended to Somerfield Residents’ Association for their petition for an alternate or re-devised bus route to include Somerfield within two options. Option one – amending bus route 60 (Orange Line) inclusive of Somerfield and Selwyn Sts, would be of little benefit to these residents many being elderly, by bypassing all hospitals and encompassing major distances to any bus stop. In contrast option two – the proposed Red Line route would encompass The Princess Margaret Hospital, Christchurch and Burwood hospitals and include Somerfield and Selwyn Sts, with realistic placement of
bus stops deeming this realistic for Somerfield residents with a service in their area to many destinations. Allie Mark, Addington – I think it’s great to see the Somerfield Residents’ Association taking a stand to get a bus service back in the area. With an aging population buses need to be easy to get to and then easy to use. Aren’t we continuously encouraged to use public transport? Well people can’t and won’t if it’s not easy to come by or access. There needs to be a good system in place for residents in the area. From young people to adults. I would hate to think what it would be like having to walk a long way to get a bus in winter when it’s pouring with rain or freezing cold and then having to wait for the bus to arrive. Something needs to be done to make it easier for people.
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News Yacht club’s $1.17m shed By Tom Doudney THE Christchurch Yacht Club is hoping it will soon get the go ahead for a new rowing shed to replace the one demolished after the June 2011 earthquake. The Moncks Bay-based club wants to build a new $1.17 million shed in a more seaward position to allow room for the Coastal Pathway walking and cycle route between it and the Trevor Kite road. Building the shed further seaward means higher costs. The club already has resource consent and a building permit for the new shed. It has also asked the city council to contribute $327,595 towards the extra costs associated with providing for the Coastal Pathway, along with an additional $239,713 because the public will have use of the shed’s decks and ramps. The club has raised $607,000 so far, and has carried out soil testing. It has met with both the city council and the Coastal Pathway group over the last
WRECKED: The Christchurch Yacht Club’s rowing shed was demolished following the June 2011 earthquake, which was centred less than 200m away.
two months and expects to get a response from the city council soon. Once funding has been secured, work could begin almost immediately and would take about 10 months to complete. The new shed would be 5.5m further seaward, enlarging the space for a public walking and cycle route between it and the road from 1m to 4m. The club’s shed and boardwalk project convener Trevor Kite said the proposal was a win-win scenario for the
club and community. “Although we have the right to put the shed back as it was, to have done so would have denied the community the chance to walk past there except for a little track,” he said. “It has been identified as the major obstacle for completing the Coastal Pathway between Ferrymead and Sumner.” Mr Kite said the club would function much better when it could once again provide a shed for members to store boats.
This would also help with traffic and parking in the area, as members would not have to bring their boats with them on trailers. The shed had already been damaged in the February 2011 earthquake and was deemed unsafe following the magnitude 6.3 quake in June that year, which was centred less than 200m away. The clubrooms were also damaged by the 2011 earthquakes, although they are still able to be used and will be rebuilt at a later date.
St Anne’s gets skate, scooter park By Ashleigh Monk ST ANNE’S Catholic School has a new skate and scooter park, thanks to help from a local contractor. Canterbury Diggers undertook the construction work free of charge, and the school covered the cost of materials. Project manager Ajay Prakash donated his time to make sure the project ran smoothly. Mr Prakash said the pupils contributed their ideas and design drawings, which he got the project team to interpret into the plans. Principal Dallas Wichman said a section of the school had become disused and overgrown in recent years and thought it was time to do something with it. From the various suggestions, plans and drawings the pupils made, it was decided a scooter and skatepark would best fit the spot. “We thought it was a great place to put something like this, where we can see the students from the field,” Mr Wichman said. The school spent a year and a half designing and fundraising for the project, holding quiz nights and a fair. The park took two weeks to complete.
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LONELY: Charleston Residents’ Association chairman, John Hoskin, with the lone Charlie horse. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN
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By Caitlin Miles HAS ANYBODY seen Jade? The play horse is missing from Charleston Reserve. There seem to be some confusion over a missing horse that is supposed to be with its partner, Charlie, in the reserve in Waltham. Charleston Residents’ Association chairman John Hoskin said his wife saw it leave the reserve on the back of a city council truck in 2015 and hasn’t seen it since. “It’s completely and utterly lost,” Mr Hoskin said. The city council said it returned a horse a year ago, after it was repaired at a cost
of $1200. However, there is still one missing. The horses were affectionately named Jade and Charlie by local school children in the early 2000s. One was named Jade because of the close proximity the reserve has to Lancaster Park, formally called Jade Stadium. Its partner, Charlie, was named to symbolise the area. Mr Hoskin said he hopes Jade is replaced by the city council or Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board – but in the meantime if anyone sees the horse, phone the residents’ association on 389 35 84.
New learning space for Cashmere Primary By Caitlin Miles CASHMERE PRIMARY School officially opened its new learning space when the school opened for the first time this year. The learning space is the equivalent of 10 classrooms, in a two-storey building, with five on each floor. It has been built on existing school ground and is part of the Ministry of Education’s move to make more open plan learning spaces in schools around Canterbury. The school entered the programme in 2014. Principal Gavin Burn said the new learning spaces are very different from the traditional. “The idea here is that the environment has a variety of spaces and uses and that the children are able to use these in ways that best support their learning,” Mr Burn said. The building replaces three classroom blocks that were demolished last year to make room for the new learning spaces. It has four teachers and four homerooms on the ground floor and five teachers with five home-
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By Gordon Findlater CASHMERE TOOK home a healthy medal haul at the national senior tennis championship. The five day tournament played across Hagley and Cashmere clubs saw eight players from the club come away with national titles. A number of Cashmere players featured at the top end of the 35-plus category. Tim McHarg took the men’s singles championship, defeating fellow Cashmere premier men’s teammate Matt Meredith 6-3, 7-5 in the final. Meredith then got redemption on McHarg in both the men’s and mixed doubles finals. He first teamed up with Davis Cup captain Alistair Hunt to account for Tim and Johnny McHarg 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, in the men’s. He then partnered with Clare Warner
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Keas eye up Crosbie Nines title By Gordon Findlater LINWOOD KEAS will look to win their first Crosbie Nines tournament in three attempts on Saturday. The Keas have been in fine form on the back of victory at the inaugural Rolleston Nines where they cruised past the Halswell Hornets 28-6 in the final. “Clubs are definitely getting in behind these tournaments. It’s really great for our game and promoting the brand. It gives the clubs a chance to mingle and it’s also great for guys to get a taste before the season gets under way,” said Keas coach
Andrew Auimatagi. The 16-team Crosbie Nines will be a step up for many clubs as they get ready for the Massetti Cup competition which begins in late April. “You’ve got a few teams that have been put together with a group of mates and they’re always the dark horses. Samoa United are always really consistent . . . I’m sure they’ll have a few stars in there,” said Auimatagi. He said the Crosbie Nines will provide a great chance to cast an eye over up-and-coming talent. The tournament will begin HOPEFUL: Linwood Keas nines’ team will look to grab their second title in a fortnight when they take part in the at 10am on Saturday at Crosbie Crosbie Nines on Saturday. Park, Avonhead.
NATIONAL SELECTION: Cashmere High School striker Jordan Spain is on his way to Tahiti after being named in the New Zealand under-17 squad for this month’s Oceania World Cup qualifying tournament. Spain, 16, who plays his club football for Cashmere Technical, is one of two Christchurch players in the New Zealand squad coached by Danny Hay. He joins FC Twenty 11 defender Matthew Jones. Spain flew to Auckland last week to meet up with the squad ahead of the two-week tournament, which begins on Saturday. New Zealand will play Samoa, Solomon Islands and Fiji in their group. The top two teams at the tournament will qualify for the under-17 FIFA World Cup in India from October 6 to 28.
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Tuesday February 7 2017
From Super Rugby to City2Surf
By Gordon Findlater AT THIS time of the year former Super Rugby player Ged Robinson is normally getting towards peak fitness ahead of a busy season. This year he’s all about keeping Christchurch well fed with what he calls a Kiwi take on Italian style pizza. Fed by Ged will be one of many tasty and nutritious options available for those needing refuelling following The Star City2Surf. The former Crusader, whose mobile wood fire pizza oven is regularly based outside Il Magro espresso bar in Papanui, will be awaiting runners at the finish area of next month’s event. Outside of rugby Robinson has always had a love for food. After recently hanging up the boots he’s now had more time to concentrate on that love. “I’m a front rower so I love food. I moved to Melbourne and played over there for three years. My wife
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and I spent a lot of time checking out the city and enjoying the food, that probably fired up the taste buds even more,” said Robinson. His first experiments with pizza came during his time while playing for the Melbourne Rebels, regularly feeding teammates on his own creations. His passion for fuelling a squad has grown ever since. After spending a decade as a professional rugby player Robinson knows all about nutrition, something he’s taken to the oven. “Italian style pizza has really high
quality meat and really low in sugar and salt. I do make brown flour pizza dough as well as the traditional white. It’s all really good quality, non-processed food,” said Robinson. Robinson is continually working on new creations and by the time March 19 rolls around he may just have a new recipe to unveil. The Star City2Surf with Mike Pero Sunday, March 19 14km or 6km option walk, jog or run $25 entries available at Pak’NSave, New World, The Athletes Foot, YMCA and online www.city2surf.co.nz
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The Green Lady Exhibition Today until February 17. Times vary The Eastside Gallery presents “The Green Lady”. This exhibition will be other artists interpretation of the Green Lady, by Vladimir Tretchikoff, in all types of mediums. Look through another artists’ eyes to see what they do to create the pieces of art work. Linwood Community Arts Centre/ Eastside Gallery. Free entry
Zonta Annual Garage Sale Saturday, 8.30am Zonta Club of Christchurch South is hosting its annual community garage sale to raise money for charities. The club has been spending several months collecting many different goods and items for the day. There is something for everyone available, from clothes to preserves. Village Green, Dyers Pass Rd, Cashmere. Free entry
Knit and Yarn Wednesday, 11am-1pm Join in the friendly craft corner sessions at Linwood Library. Take your knitting, crochet or other craft project and be social with other like-minded crafty people. Learn some new skills, help others and find some creative ideas for a new project. Beginners are welcome at the craft group. Pick up some books for your next craft project while you’re there. Linwood Library, Eastgate Mall. Free entry
Inner City East Multi-cultural Festival Saturday, 11am-3pm The Eastside Gallery is hosting a multicultural festival to celebrate the diversity in the neighbourhood. Food, craft and ethnic stalls will feature along with a main stage hosting a variety of cultural entertainment. There is something for everyone with children’s entertainment, have a go at stone carving and raranga. Linwood Community Arts Centre, Eastside Gallery. Free entry
Lunar New Year Storytimes Wednesday, 10-10.30am Continue the new year celebrations with bilingual stories and rhymes in English and Mandarin. Learn more about Chinese culture. A craft activity will follow after the stories and rhymes. This event is aimed at pre-school aged children. Linwood Library, Eastgate Mall. Free entry Creative writing on Wednesdays Wednesday, 4-5.45pm If your imagination runs wild and you want to learn how to put those ideas on paper in a way that makes sense, head along to the creative writing classes. Whether you’re new to creative writing or just want to hone your skills pick up some tips and learn from other aspiring writers. Find some fictional books while you’re in the library or some books on creative writing tips. Linwood Library, Eastgate Mall. Free entry
Opawa Farmers’ Market Sunday, 9am-noon It’s a new year and the market is back. Find some organic and delicious produce from local growers. Enjoy sipping on a coffee while wandering around the market and seeing all of the food on offer. From artisan bread and French pastries to fresh berries and local cheeses. 275 Fifield Tce. Free entry Science Snippets at the Library Monday, 3.30-4.30pm Science Alive! presents a free after school science programme. There are many fun science activities and new interesting topics each week. Qualified educators lead children through interactive activities to stimulate interest in science. This event runs during term time only and is aimed at children aged between five and 10. South Library, 66 Colombo St. Free entry
Play Football with Nomads 2017! Registration Day, 2pm - 4pm 19th February 2017 at Tulett Park! Nomads United AFC members share a genuine love of football! We provide players with a quality, affordable club football experience within a fun, friendly environment. We encourage participation and support all players’ regardless of age, ability and gender. We have fantastic clubroom facilities and grounds (with a new sand pitch currently being installed at Tulett Park in Harewood. Nomads has a large membership with a strong junior following and numerous successful teams across all grades and divisions. Our club’s player support and community atmosphere is as big as our membership! Nomads has a full time Football Development Officer
to assist players and coaches with ongoing support and specialist training. We run NZF Skills Centre programmes, Girls only Training Hubs, One-on-One Coaching opportunities and much more. With a great pathway to the top of Canterbury football (our First Team is in the MPL league) and beyond, Nomads offer everything you want in a club and more! Please contact us on admin@nomadsafc. org or 027 202 1574 for further information or come and see us to our Registration Day, 2pm - 4pm 19th February 2017 at Tulett Park! You can also register on line for the 2017 season at www.nomadsafc.org
Western AFC Football Club
Western AFC is a Football club based in the St Albans, Mairehau area. We cater for all ages and abilities from the 4 year old attending first kicks for an hour or so on a Saturday morning through to the 70 year old playing masters football on a Saturday afternoon and the ladies playing on Sunday mornings. The club committee is committed to building up the numbers in the junior section as this is where our future stars come from.
We also need volunteers to assist with coaching or managing teams so even if you do not have a child involved with the club but want to put something back to a game you may have played in the past and feel as though you could offer something then we would be pleased to hear from you it is very rewarding watching the young ones improve. Please email Kali at westernafc@ gmail.com with any questions.
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Registration Day: Who: Junior, Youth & Senior players When: Sunday 19th February 2017 Time: 2pm – 4pm Where: Tulett Park, Claridges Road, Harewood CELEBRATE: With the Chinese New Year comes many festivities. Head along to the Linwood Library to take part in craft activities focused on the new year. Learn more about your zodiac sign, make your own zodiac mask and have fun with lantern stencils to celebrate the lunar new year. This event runs throughout the week and is free. While you’re at the library pick up some books and find out more about the Chinese New Year. The library is open 9am-6pm.
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Saturday Feb 11th 10am to 12.30pm Sunday Feb 12th 11am to 1.30pm Football for all ages First Kicks (4-6 yr olds) Fun Football (7 & 8 yr olds) All junior mixed grades Senior Football from Div 8 to CCL Reserves & CCL Masters and Over 45’s Football for Females including 10th, 11th, 13th & 15th Grades, Women’s PDL and Women’s Premier League Contact for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org All registrations are now done online at www.parklandsunited.co.nz
Tuesday February 7 2017
PLAY FOOTBALL Mainland Football Make 2017 the year you GET IN to football. Make new friends, learn new skills, or even begin your pathway to becoming the next All White or Football Fern. Christchurch has over 20 football clubs catering for every level of football, for boys, girls, and mixed teams, for the serious or social player. And our clubs are registering players now for the upcoming winter season. Coaching and referring also offer great pathways. You may just want to give back to the sport or aspire to be a professional coach or referee, with the right support and education you can realise your potential. Whatever your ability or your passion football has something for you. Futsal - our 5-a-side indoor variation of the game - continues to grow and the Mainland Federation is developing players all the way from primary school to the national teams. Visit mainlandfootball.co.nz to find your local club or competition, and GET IN to football.
Burwood AFC Welcome to the 2017 football season
Burwood AFC is a progressive club with Junior and Senior teams. We expect to have 3 Senior teams, with our Senior A team in the Canterbury Championship League. Burwood supports the Whole of Football framework initiated by NZ Football and run by Mainland Football. This concept works for our First Kicks (4-6 years) and the 7-8 year olds (Fun Football). Both these grades are run In-house with the help of Mainland Football and other clubs. Registration is now online, for more information see our website www.burwoodafc.co.nz.
Hornby Women’s AFC
Hornby Womens AFC is a women’s only club and has been in Christchurch for over 25 years. We are a family orientated club with many children on the side lines each Sunday. We train at Prebbleton domain Wednesday nights 6-7.30 with games on Sunday mornings. We are a small, close knit club that focuses on playing to win and having a great time. We welcome new players who are willing to give football a go or the seasoned veteran looking to get back
We train at Prebbleton domain Wednesday nights 6-7.30 with games on Sunday mornings. into the game, our players vary in age from 20 to 50 so everyone is invited to play for Hornby Womens AFC. Subs are $200 with fundraising participant encouraged as we all reap the benefits.
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REGISTRATION DAYS At the clubrooms, Clare Park, Burwood Road Sunday 12th February 10.00am - 12.00pm Monday 13th February 6.30pm - 8.00pm New Junior players, we need to sight proof of age (birth certificate, passport or Plunket book) For more details on registration and subscriptions see our website www.burwoodafc.co.nz
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Be part of the Christchurch United dream Christchurch United FC is the most successful football club in Canterbury and is making great strides to once again become the most famous football brand in the country. Since its formation in 1970 Christchurch United captains have lifted six National League trophies (1973, 1975, 1978, 1987, 1988, 1991) and six Chatham Cups (1972, 1975, 1976, 1989 and 1991). Christchurch United has recently joined forces with the acclaimed Christchurch Football Academy programme and the merged entity will be mainly based at the world-class Christchurch Football Centre on Yaldhurst Road, as well as the historic home at Spreydon Domain. The state-of-the art artificial pitches, top quality natural pitches, fit-for-purpose floodlights, 500-seat grandstand will soon be flanked by new offices, changing rooms and a café that will create the best football environment for players, parents and supporters, all seasons and all weather, 12 months a year. Christchurch United FC is proud to be one of the few clubs in the country with three internationallylicenced elite coaches with extensive pedigree in youth development. They will provide a huge variety of programmes, from intensive elite Academy
development, equivalent to the FTC programme, to community programmes in Spreydon, from First Kicks to Masters grades. Our professional coaches will personally deliver the curriculum but also run a coaching education programme to enhance the skills and qualifications of the club’s volunteer coaches. Christchurch United FC has set itself extremely high standards to deliver a world-class football experience, both on and off the pitch, from our elite players, our toddlers to the grey-haired weekend warriors battling. Don’t hesitate and register for Christchurch United Football Club on www.cufc.co.nz for the 2017 season or come to visit our facility to see what is possible for young, and older, footballers, right here in Christchurch.
Tuesday February 7 2017
The power of Snack on exercise
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Health or lack of time can prevent people from exercising. That’s why Sue Bustard is encouraging people to do small bursts of exercise with the Aircycle – an inflatable cushion which aids natural arthritis care by improving circulation, joint flexibility and strengthening muscle. “We spend four minutes each day, brushing our teeth and looking after one small part of our bodies. ‘Snacks’ of exercise – two or three minutes – can make a huge difference to our entire bodies. You can stand on one leg while waiting for the kettle to boil, do knee lifts, step ups or jog on the spot. When sitting with a coffee, using the computer
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Take a trip with Third Aged Tours Taking people aged over 50 on trips around New Zealand and the world for nearly 20 years has earned Third Age Tours a brag book that Director Brenda CorbyYarrall says “businesses would give their eye teeth for.” Taking small groups of 10 – 24 people means I can operate the tour in a relaxed, companionable manner. We have an absolute blast when we’re away. It’s all about having fun. Most of my trips are run annually because they’re so popular, but I’m always adding new destinations - like “Sicily, South Italy & Vatican” + “Cuba”, as people ask for them. Brenda checks out all accommodation before booking it, and ensures the party spends at least a few nights at each place. That way you don’t feel like you’re living out of a suitcase. Many clients now have made over 20 tours with us, one has completed a whopping 27 tours. My clients tell me they keep coming back because
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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 also 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, 03 366 6189 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tuesday February 7 2017
REAL ESTATE Waterfront Gem 28 Esplanade, Sumner Auction 16th February 2017 (unless sold prior) 4 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | 2 Living Rooms | 1 Dining Room | 2 Car Garage | 2 Off Street Carparks - Listing No: FM5064
Properties in this location are tightly held and are rarely becoming available and it is almost impossible to find an original character home let alone on Sumner’s waterfront. Positioned right opposite Cave Rock, Scarborough and Sumner Beaches and boasting one of the few homes on the Esplanade with rear access and views in both directions. Views encapsulate Scarborough Heads sweeping over Sumner Beach and right along the coastline to the Kaikoura Ranges and the Southern Alps. Built approximately 100 years ago when craftsmanship was valued this graceful character home has great street appeal, good bones and untapped potential. Clearly cherished and lovingly maintained with gleaming timber floors throughout and a good old fashioned ambience. All the ground floor is dedicated to two generous sized living rooms, one which is open plan with the kitchen and has French doors opening on to the rear garden, the other being the formal dining and living room area. Upstairs hosts four bedrooms, two that are large and
two smaller plus a sunroom which is sure to be the best seat in the house. The grounds are much larger than first appear with a well laid out back area for the family to enjoy, rear access from the ROW (off Burgess St) and off street parking, garage and a workshop/studio/storage room. This is an ideal location to raise your family and offers a beachy laid back lifestyle. Enjoy a surf or swim after work or a morning stroll along the Esplanade. Life doesn’t get much better than this. With a myriad of village shops, cafes and boutiques within close proximity from your door, you are sure to enjoy the benefits of such a prime address. A treasured family home for the past 35 years, it is now time for our owner to say goodbye. Here’s your chance to stamp your mark and purchase this special property. Your earliest inspection is highly recommended. Open Home Dates: Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m until auction day. See you at one of the Open Days, or for a private viewing or for more information contact Alison Carter of Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead (Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on 384 7950 or mobile 0274 318 960.
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Kapuka Lane, Kennedys Bush 1500m² to 3983m² and priced from $349,000 to $495,000
Here is a special opportunity to build your own mini estate in the boutique subdivision of Kapuka Lane set in Kennedys Bush. Each section will offer commanding views of the rural country side and winery below. Each site has been designed with care to protect the view from the building platform and with the spaciousness of each site you can select where to place your new home to ensure maximum sunshine with maximum views. This is a chance to have a taste of country life with city living benefits. Kapuka Lane consists of eleven sections (two of which are sold), each having a gently sloping building platform and facing to bask in the evening sun. The majority of the sections are gently sloping with the larger sections that have a steeper part still retaining a large potential easier sloping area to build your home. Ranging in price from $349,000 to $495,000 and in size from 1500m² to 3983m² and each title issued, immediate possession is available to give you the opportunity to begin your new dream home.
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For all your blind repair and cleaning requirements The Blind Care Company has been cleaning and repairing the region’s blinds for over 60 years. Those six decades have seen changes in both fashion and technology. Styles have ranged from festooned fabric swags to straightforward and still popular holland roller blinds, from vertical to horizontal slat systems, and in every colour or pattern popular since the 1960s. Whatever your style, the Blind Care Company has the expertise to keep your window treatments looking fresh and working efficiently. Using only ecofriendly chemicals, the build-up of dirt, dust, grease, nicotine and smoke residue
can be removed so that your blinds smell fresh and are restored to their original glory. The company can repair blinds also, having a huge range of parts in stock. And if you want something completely new, a great range of blinds is available for purchase. The company prides itself on efficient service, providing a fast turn-around, with most work taking one or two days, and a same day cleaning option is available. It makes it as easy as possible for clients. The Cashel Street location couldn’t be more convenient and a pickup and drop-off service is available. 150 blinds per day can be cleaned at this site,
or one of their mobile vans can do up to 50 per day. That means they will come to your home or office, remove and clean your blinds on the spot and reinstall them for you. A cut-down and size alteration service is available in order that the blinds you bought are a perfect fit. They are experts in their field with a huge amount of experience to draw on. In fact, all their staff has been on board for at least 8 years, and many up to 20 years. Whatever the job involves, they will work hard to make sure it gets done, including one job of 800 blinds which they completed in 4 days.
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