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McDonald’s for Woolston? „„ By Noah Graham A NEW McDonald’s restaurant is going into Woolston and the reaction from the community is mixed. McDonald’s New Zealand Ltd has applied for a 24/7 land use resource consent to build on 580 Ferry Rd. While the business community believed it will create “healthy competition” and bring more customers to the area, others say there is already too many fastfood places in the area. Woolston Mainstreet Business Association chairman and The

Twisted Hop Pub owner Stephen filled. Hardman said if a McDonald’s “I just think it’s good for the restaurant was built along area.” Ferry Rd, it would provide good Mobil Woolston manager competition for other businesses David Bisman said he felt along the area and could McDonald’s deciding to attract more customers. build in Woolston was a He said although there vote of confidence and a would be businesses sign Woolston was on the who viewed it as taking way up. customers, there were also He said the restaurant those who would view it as was likely attract more “healthy competition.” customers to the area Alexandra Mr Hardman said there which would be good for Davids were too many empty everyone. spaces in the Woolston However, LinwoodVillage area which needed to be Central-Heathcote Community

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Board member Alexandra Davids said she was completely against the idea. “We should be trying to look at healthier options in low, socioeconomic areas,” she said. The city council recently looked at the issue of the prevalence of fast food outlets near schools and socio-economic areas, but found the process to restrict outlets was out of its hands. Ms Davids said the McDonald’s would be easily accessible for children in the area, which is not what the

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FROM THE REPORTER’S DESK THE POTENTIAL for a McDonald’s to be added along Ferry Rd (front page) is no doubt a prospect that will divide the community going forward. On one hand, the McDonald’s will help the Woolston area, providing the likelihood of more customers in the area and some healthy competition, something most of the businesses will relish. On the other hand, there are issues, which will be bundled in with the fast food restaurant; the litter and it being accessible to children. However, it’s not just fast food that will be establishing itself in the Woolston area as Michael Reynolds food hub dream is looking like a reality (page 4). Mr Reynolds has had a swell of support with more than 120 people saying they want a sustainable food hub in the area.

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PROGRESS: The Sydenham Heritage Church rubble has sat on the corner of the Brougham and Colombo Sts site since it was demolished in 2011 (left) and remained untouched for more than six years (middle) but work to remove the rubble is making progress after it was started last month (right).

Items recovered in church rubble removal Motoring „„ By Noah Graham Items from the Sydenham Heritage Church have been recovered as work continues to remove the rubble that has plagued the site for so long. Parts of pews and a metal pole that held up the old church mezzanine floor have been recovered from the rubble on the corner of Brougham and

Colombo Sts. Work on clearing the site started last month after more than six years after the church was controversially demolished due to the February 2011 earthquake. Sydenham Heritage Church Trust chairwoman Dorothy Haywood said it took the contractors six days to remove

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MAN PUNCHES OWN FENCE Police were called to a Spreydon residence on Wednesday afternoon after it was reported a man was punching a fence. A spokeswoman said the police spoke to the man and discovered it was his own fence he was punching, after he had a disagreement with a friend. COMMUNITY CENTRE DESIGNS APPROVED The Linwood-CentralHeathcote Community Board has approved the final concept designs for the Woolston Community Centre. The centre will feature a mixture of timber and brick and contractors are expected to be on site in late 2017 with the earliest completion date of mid 2018.

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News Support mounting for Woolston food hub

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SUPPORT FOR the Woolston food hub is flourishing. Resident Michael Reynolds set up an online petition last week to gain support for his idea to establish the Roimata Community Food Hub in Radley Park, a self-sustainable, community garden. Mr Reynolds said he is happy with the support he has received so far with more than 120 signatures, 12 confirmed core members and another 10 residents who are interested in running the garden. “The amount of positive feedback has been overwhelming, it’s shown me it’s the right time for the garden.” He had spoken to the city council and the Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board which said there needed to be a clear show of a core, enthusiastic group in the community willing to look after the project. The petition will be presented to the community board within the next few weeks where he will ask for funding and approval. Mr Reynolds said he did not have a concrete idea of how much the hub will cost but said it will probably be an initial $10,000 to get it up and running. He said one of the challenges with the site was getting the water for the plants. Mr Reynolds said he already had ideas to copy German farming and using the base of a tree with the plants absorbing the nutrients from the decomposing tree.

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There were also plans down the line to get local schools involved in the project, he said One commenter on the online survey, Linda Moon, said the food hub was a great idea. “This is the way of the future. Working from a community base bringing people together, rather than working individually.” Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board member Alexandra Davids had signed the petition herself and said the hub was a ‘fantastic opportunity’ for the Woolston area. “It will be really beneficial to the community.” To get involved there is a link to the petition on the Roimata Community Food Hub Facebook page or email

FOR THE COMMUNITY: Woolston resident Michael Reynolds has ambitions to get the Roimata Community Food Hub under way in Radley Park. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

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SILVER ANNIVERSARY: The Risingholme Orchestra is celebrating its 25th anniversary next month with a concert at The Piano. ​

MILESTONE: Linwood Townswomen’s Guild president Nancy van den Ende celebrates the organisation’s 70th anniversary. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN years and had been part of the Linwood guild for a decade. She said the guilds used to be a “big thing” in the mid-1900s as young women did not go to work and it helped young mothers to socialise. Mrs Dunstan said the meetings were more informal these days but they still have a “good laugh”.

Orchestra’s jubilee concert THE Risingholme Orchestra is celebrating 25 years of “music for pleasure.” The 60 strong ensemble, made of members aged 19 to 98, is working towards its jubilee concert in June. Group music director Dr Phillip Norman said the programme will feature a selection of works from past performances in celebration of its former musical directors. The orchestra had been practicing out of the Woolston Club since the February 2011

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„„ By Noah Graham THE Linwood Townswomen’s Guild has celebrated its 70 years of serving women. The group’s remaining 18 members, along with two of the members’ husbands, met for lunch and celebrated the guild’s survival. Guild president Nancy van den Ende said the Linwood guild was the last in New Zealand as other women’s guilds had died out over the years. She said as time went on there was less interested from women towards the guilds but their group still enjoyed the monthly meet-ups. Mrs van den Ende said the members really enjoyed the meetings which were often a chance for them to catch up and listen to speakers and take part in demonstrations. “We really do enjoy the meetings.” Guild member Ina Dunstan said she had been a part of New Zealand guilds for more than 50



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Your Local Views Give young people a voice Cashmere High School student Jessica Tater, 15, has been a volunteer at the Youth Alive Trust for several years. She argues for the value of a youth voice in community decision-making THE VOICE of our youth is the voice of our future. It is unquestionably important and necessary in local community. Young people are the most effective medium of change, they always have been throughout history. When I grow up I will put my faith in the younger generation, because they will see this world through fresh eyes and have the motivation to not remain complacent in times of hardship or controversy. As we grow up we tend to

lose our ability to question the world and reality. Young people, however, speak “straight up” and call it like we see it, we’re not afraid to ask the big questions. We have the passion and the voice to bring about positive change for the future because it directly affects us. Last year I represented youth on the judging panel of the city council’s Tiny Huts competition where I saw the tangible implications of my opinions. I learnt how to express my requests effectively and consider their validity in a real life context. These skills encourage

YOUTH AWARD: Jessica Tater, fourth from left, with fellow volunteers from the Youth Alive Trust. They received recognition for their work at the first ever Youth Canterbury Awards last year.

long-term participation and contribution in society. The benefits of giving youth a voice in local community will be evident when we later use our voices to make change on a national and global scale. Post-earthquakes on the east side, our young people have shown we are adaptable and have learnt to adjust to a constantly changing physical and social environment.

Six years on and our seaside community is still only accessible through munted roads, detours and a red zone that gives people every reason to stay away. But if you look past the stigmas you will find a coastal gem, full of resilient young innovators with ideas and solutions that need to be heard. So give us a voice and you will not be disappointed.

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Parents need to keep calm „„ Mark Thomas, fire risk management officer A COUPLE of instances this week of young children locked in cars with the keys in with them. Generally when this occurs mum gets more and more anxious as time goes by. This in turn causes the kids to become agitated and of course the level of distress then ramps further upwards.  Every now and then with children who are either not restrained or are old enough to free themselves, a patient and cool parent can get them to unlock the vehicle from inside.  This happened at the antarctic centre last week after the mum phoned AA, which phoned the Fire Service, which responded. She then persuaded an obviously bright wee soul to flick the locking mechanism.  They then left and the fire truck turned up to an empty park. To be fair to mum she apparently phoned AA back so no job turned out to be a good job for our Fire Service friends at the airport. 

Pupils from Opawa School make friends with retired residents „„ By Noah Graham OPAWA SCHOOL pupils have been reading to the elderly this year as part of their new buddy programme. The year 4 to 5 pupils visited the Chatswood Retirement Village and played board games and cards, and read and chatted to the residents. The activity was part of their work towards the Opawa Community Spirit Award. This year, the senior pupils have been paired with the junior pupils and split into four groups to help embrace their community responsibility by giving back. Throughout the year, the groups will rotate and tidy and maintain the school playground, take care of weeding and the school’s gardens, help tidy up the banks of the Heathcote/Opawaho River and visit the Chatswood Retirement Village.


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Julie Tobbell Our People Nurse uses her passion for helping Your Local Views Julie Tobbell has received awards for her service to the community as chairwoman of the re-established Somerfield Residents Association among other roles. Noah Graham spoke to her about why she continues to dedicate her free time to the community and the issues affecting Somerfield


Why did you decide to restart the association? I felt that there was a need to provide better communication and links between our own community and other communities. I felt that there was a need four years ago for the association and, with my family becoming more established and independent, I felt there was greater opportunity to help pull the community together by communication, newsletters and meetings. As far as Somerfield goes, there were not as many significant concerns compared to other areas of Christchurch but I felt we still needed to be represented better in case of something occurring. So what are some of the concerns in the Somerfield area now? I think the most challenging one has been the zoning changing for L1 and L2 zone

areas changing to high density transitioning. I think that is to date our most challenging concern since we restarted the association four years ago. There was also a lack of signage so getting the area recognised was a concern. That was the first significant concern to get the association going in the first place. There are no road signs that indicate where Somerfield is, so to visitors it’s very hard to know where Somerfield is – that was one of my first concerns, actually. It just showed to me that Somerfield needed better representation. You were given the pride of workmanship award recently and a community services award in 2015, what was it like receiving them? It was such an honour to receive the awards. I understand the pride of workmanship award is not given out very often and



WELL-DESERVED: Julie Tobbell received a community services award from the SpreydonHeathcote Community Board in 2015 and was recently awarded the Pride of Workmanship plaque from the Garden City Rotary Club. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

requires a certain standard, so I am truly honoured to receive it. I don’t expect any accolades for the work I do, I just do it because I enjoy it. What are the best parts of your role? I guess advocacy. For people to be able to feel that if there is some concern, I have a position people can come to if they want to be heard or I might know what steps to take or where best for those people to go to. Just to feel that I can assist the commu-

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needed. How busy is your role? It can be a bit busy. Fortunately, we don’t have many issues compared to other areas. Some areas are far more affected and have far greater concerns. I feel our area is fairly well-established and it’s a well-settled community with families. We don’t have the same concerns as some areas may have. But, if necessary, I have developed the best contacts and appropriate contacts we can approach if need be.


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Our People people to aid Somerfield residents Views Your Local Views There are certainly many things we still need to tackle and discuss. We can also support other local resident groups as well. I try to attend other group meetings when possible as well to find out how other people are doing things. They will do something different and it’s great getting those ideas on how to tackle certain problems. Could you tell me a bit about your job? I work part-time as a nurse at the hospital and I love it. Because I am part-time, I feel that I have a good balance of keeping my hand in nursing, but also having a balance with motherhood and the community work. I think it’s important to have a good balance of everything. My passion has always been nursing and that’s helping others so I guess it coincides with the community work. How long have you been a nurse for and what drew you into it? It’s been 26 or 27 years I think. I’ve always liked caring for others. I had my father die when I was 13 from a heart attack. I don’t know if that has got anything to do with it but it could be what has made me, me.

Ultimately, it could have made me want to save other people. With nursing, I basically started after school. I did it as soon as I was able. Although, I started volunteering work before I was able to do nursing. I volunteered at the Princess Margaret Hospital and worked at the chemist so I have always been interested in that line of work. I delivered subscriptions and did babysitting and all the usual things at that age. How did you end up living in Somerfield? I actually grew up in Hoon Hay. I’ve had half my life in Hoon Hay and half my life in Somerfield. I certainly haven’t gone far. There was a nursing shortage when I finished my training. So I was tossing up the idea of going overseas, but I managed to get a job before then and secured a house in Somerfield, so that determined what I was going to do. I do love Somerfield. It’s always been a great area. It’s so close to town, so close to the hills and so close to the river and yet far enough away. It has always struck me as a family community as well. Good for schools and




THE FAMILY: Julie Tobbell has raised a family in Somerfield with her husband Craig.

close enough to shops. Is there anything you like to do in your spare time? I enjoy going on holidays to Twizel and going fishing

or boating with the family. I don’t have terribly much spare time at the moment but I enjoy doing a bit of photography. Just maintaining a family keeps

me busy as well. I also like to renovate the house. I like the old character. Sanding back wood and creating projects like that, really. Could you tell me a bit about your family? I have three children, two girls and a boy, who are becoming more independent now. I have got two at Cashmere High School and one in their last year at Somerfield School. That will be a bit of an end to an era for me – last child at Somerfield School. We have a golden retriever and a family of four budgies. I have been married to my husband, Craig, for 21 years and our anniversary is in November. Craig works from home with his own shade sails business as a canvas fabricator, which was really useful when the earthquakes hit as he was able to be there for the kids. I’m fortunate to have really good support from my family as my role is quite time consuming sometimes. My family is my greatest accomplishment and I appreciate the great support they have always offered with my community interests. I am very proud of my children.

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Teen receives black belt from Bromley jiu jitsu dojo


„„ By Andrew King KODY ANDREWS is the first junior member of Bromley’s Furui Ryu jiu jitsu dojo to receive a black belt. The 16-year-old from Aranui tried a few sports before he settled on jiu jitsu and said it has motivated and inspired him. “Because of the discipline and respect expected by the sensei, it is the sport for me,” he said. The dojo is run by sensei Paul Stokes, now sixth dan, after gaining his black belt under Shihan Bonniface in 1985, and sensei Ross Coutts, second dan. “He is a hard working guy and deserves this honour,” Stokes said. “The club is a place to belong, just a like family,” Andrews said. “I would like to become a senior sensei in the future and support other young people to learn the importance of selfdefence, discipline, respect and never giving up.”

BOWLS CHAMP: Halswell’s Phil Austin won the junior men’s singles champion of champions title 21-8 against Don Stephens from the Riccarton Racecourse club.

Halswell junior wins bowls title „„ By Andrew King HALSWELL BOWLING Club’s Phil Austin had a successful outing at the champion of champions tournament held at Woolston Park. He competed in the junior men’s singles category and took home the title after defeating Riccarton Racecourse club

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Denture technicians keep abreast of industry developments As registered members of the New Zealand Dental Council, Ryan Carlton and his fellow technicians at Dentures Plus in Innes Road are required to undertake verified training at various courses every year, to upskill and keep abreast of new developments in the industry. “For example, our technicians Thomas Gu and Nicole Yee will be attending a two-day course later this year on the fitting of first-time dentures,” Ryan says. In addition, Nicole has recently spent four weeks in India as part of a course she is undertaking on maxilo facial work, which deals with artificial eyes, ears and noses. “This is a service we may potentially offer in the future,” Ryan says. Ryan himself has recently returned from the International Dental Show, which was held in Cologne, Germany. “It’s the largest trade show in the world for the industry, with manufacturers and suppliers from all over the world showcasing their products. There were over 2300 stands – it was really eyeopening.” Ryan says he was particularly interested in how digital technology is being incorporated into dentistry, for example 3D printing being used at different stages of denture manufacture such as the crown and bridge.

“It’s still in the very early stages, and it needs more development, but that’s where it’s heading,” Ryan says. He believes that in the future, people that make and fit dentures will be seen as architects rather than technicians, with patients being able to download the pattern for their dentures the architect has designed on computer, and print them on a 3D machine. In the meantime, he emphasises the importance of keeping dentures clean. Dentures Plus offers a full range of products for denture cleaning including denture cleaners, brushes and denture baths for soaking the dentures. Ryan particularly recommends Caldent denture cleaner, as it is non-abrasive and effectively removes stains, calculus and plaque. “It works wonders,” he says. “Years of stains and plaque can be removed with this product.” It can be purchased through the Dentures Plus website, www., for delivery anywhere in Christchurch and throughout the country. Dentures Plus, 396 Innes Road, is open Monday to Thursday 8am-5pm and Friday 8am-2pm. To make an appointment for a consultation on denture fitting or repair, phone 385 5517.

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Now wITH the colder and wetter weather on its way, home owners are focusing on ways to make their homes comfortable, warm and healthy for their families throughout winter. RISING dAmp is an issue that affects many of our older properties which suffer from poor, or no, insulation. In Canterbury especially, post-quake, many people have relocated to homes that suffer from rising damp which can be associated with health problems. Independent tests have shown that up to 40 litres of water can rise from the ground and enter a house every day, leading to mildew, mould, condensation and musty smells. moulds can produce various allergic reactions and the frail, elderly and very young are especially vulnerable. Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd is a locally owned and operated firm. The team

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REAL ESTATE Near new, family home in Brookhaven 19 Mollymawk Place, Brookhaven Deadline Sale: All offers will be presented on Tuesday 9th May 2017 (unless sold prior) 4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 2 living rooms | 2 car-garage | 2 off-street parks | Listing # SMT 10120

Thoughtfully designed this beautiful spacious family home is one you must view. Near two years old, the family focused 222m2 home incorporates a layout conducive to entertaining and an easy care lifestyle with excellent outdoor flow to a sheltered courtyard and fully fenced grounds. Set on a generous 650m2 section, this sparkling gem offers two living areas flowing from the fully appointed kitchen to capitalize on the use of space. Large living area windows allow the sun to stream in and warm the home along with its heat pump. The spacious master bedroom boasts an ensuite and walk in wardrobe, plus a separate bathroom with luxurious bath which caters for the rest of the family. Situated merely a few minutes’ walk from Charlesworth Reserve’s kitesurfing and windsurfing base, and only a short drive to the Port Hills, there’ll be no excuse for the family not to enjoy the great outdoors. All amenities are close; Ferrymead shopping centre is just 15 minutes’ walk away, offering restaurants, and shopping. The Tannery,

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A final childcare vacancy for your over 2 year old with Nicola in Studholme Street, is opening up in May 2017….she is almost full! Nicola is warm, bubbly and is fully police vetted, with a full D/L and first aid training. With WINZ and 20 hours ECE available, this personalised and affordable option with a Ministry licensed service will go fast!

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PAINTING DecorATING Wingfields Contracting, all interior & exterior painting & all forms of interior plastering & jib fixing, ph Mark 021 1711586 or 355-5994 PAINTer Available, All aspects in painting. Very competitive in roofs and fences. Please call 027 241-7471 or 3350265 PLASTerer Gib Stopping, Small job specialty. 30 + years experience. Ring 0800 387-369 PLUMBer ALF THorPe PLUMBING Certifying Plumber for all types of plumbing, maintenance, spouting, alterations etc. Phone 3527402 or 0274-350-231 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. SPoUTING cLeANING Spouting Unblocked, Cleaned Out and Flushed Out. Also Full Handyman Services Available. Call Trevor 332 8949 or 021 043-2034 TILer/cArPeNTer 35 years exp, no job too small. Ph Ross 027 4311440. 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 special occasions, ph 03 338-1655

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We are RUNNING SUNDAY 7th May Running 1st & 3rd Sunday of every month Phone 0800wekapass Depart Glenmark Station 11.30am & 2.00pm

Do you know where your nearest CIVIL DEFENCE sector post is? Ring your local council to find out. Situations Vacant ATTENTION: CAREGIVER Wanted, we have 2 part time/casual positions avail, looking for someone with experience & qualified to care for dementia patient, care is in a private residence with support from other carers & family, for one person, shifts incl day shifts, night shifts & sleep over shifts, with allowances to suit, we work as a combined unit & are happy to look at suggestions & happily work as a team to make sure we are providing the best care, pay rate to be discussed & depends on experience, email nikki_ or ph 027 239-8972

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