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Property buy-up to solve flood problem „„ By Sarla Donovan THE CITY council will look to purchase seven properties on the corner of Anzac Dr and Pages Rd as part of a multi-million dollar flood reduction scheme. Ground levels in some areas have dropped by up to a metre in the Knight’s Drain catchment zone, which covers parts of Aranui and Wainoni, putting houses at greater flood risk due to earthquake-related land damage. There are 13 houses in the scheme area, five of which the city council owned before the earthquakes. The other seven houses are currently occupied. One property owner, Dorothy Grieve, has lived in her house since 1950. The 90-year-old was recently visited by the city council but said she wasn’t keen on selling. “It’s a good house for me. It’s handy to Brighton, I can catch the bus down to the shops.” Mrs Grieve said she didn’t know where she would go if she had to sell. “It wouldn’t be the same.” City council manager of land and drainage Keith Davison said all 13 properties will be needed

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Tuesday May 23 2017 FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK

THE LEGACY of the February 22, 2011, continues to bite – this time for homeowners on the corner of Anzac Dr and Pages Rd in Bexley. The city council needs the land (see page 1) for a flood reduction scheme. Ground levels have dropped by up to 1m in the area which is putting parts of Wainoni and Aranui at risk in the event of flooding. We all know when there are king and spring tides the Avon River along New Brighton Rd spills its banks. This is compounded by underground cracks in the land close to the river caused by the quake. The city council says home owners will get market price but will that be enough for someone to buy elsewhere? I suspect not. - Barry Clarke

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Funding crisis for charity „„ By Sarla Donovan A 40-YEAR old charity helping pregnant women is finding life tough. Recent funding cuts mean Pregnancy Help has to find a cheaper premise when their Woodham Rd, Wainoni, lease expires in October. The group signed a $30,000 a year lease on the property three years ago. But stricter enforcement of rules around use of residential property means the charity can look only at commercial properties, which are out of their price range. “We simply don’t have the space from an operational budget of $125,000,” branch manager Dahlia Xander said. They recently looked at renting a house in Linwood but didn’t meet the regulations because no-one would be sleeping at the property. “Three or four years ago we had a place in a residential area, but it seems the rules are enforced more strictly now.” “Health and safety rules around accessibility is a big part of it. I’ve been told by real estate agents that the health and safety code is the main issue.” Commercial properties had a

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commercial imperative which pushed up prices, she said. “Most places we’ve looked at are at least $450-$550 per week. Regardless of where it is or how long it’s been empty, landlords won’t lower to $300.” “Every non-government organisation has its own unique struggle, but it is particularly difficult in Christchurch as

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In Brief SURFLIFESAVING AWARDS Waimairi club members Steve Johnson and Brett Leask were awarded regional life memberships at the Canterbury Surf Life Saving Association awards night on Saturday. The North Beach open men won sports team of the year while South Brighton’s Ben Keys, James Feathery and Rohan McNaughton won the innovation award for their coaching health and safety application. CALL FOR STREET REPAIRS THe Coastal-Burwood Community Board has asked for repairs to North Brighton’s Palmers Rd and Briarmont St in Avondale to be prioritised. The board said in its submission to the city council’s draft Annual Plan that the southern portion of Palmers Rd was never fixed after the earthquakes, leaving it prone to flooding. Briarmont St, which is on the edge of the red zone, has also not been repaired, in spite of surrounding streets being fixed. GRAFFITI SPIKE Graffiti incidents in Richmond jumped 73 per cent last month to 26, placing the suburb fifth on the city council’s graffiti count top-10 list for April. The central city topped out with 77 incidents, followed by St Albans on 69, Linwood 55 and New Brighton 41.


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JO HAYES NEWS UPDATE CHRISTCHURCH EAST

I’m Jo Hayes, National’s list MP based in Christchurch East. I love being a part of this wonderful, tight-knit Christchurch East community. There’s so much going on that I just want to share a few highlights with you of what our community and Government are working on achieving together. Nga mihi mahana.

Tackling modern-day slavery I haven’t spent as much of this month in Christchurch East as I’d like, but with good reason: I’ve been representing New Zealand’s Parliament at international conferences in London and Rome. The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association was the first and centred around issues of modern slavery in domestic help, farm work and restaurants. New Zealand already has robust laws around exploitation, but it’s always good to examine what we’re doing and how we can do it better. The second conference was the United Nations Family Planning Association in Rome where we talked about countering human trafficking, forced labour and forced marriage.

Fresh cabinet line-up Prime Minister Bill English has recently reshuffled cabinet to reveal a fresh line-up. One of the biggest changes for Christchurch is that former Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has replaced Murray McCully as Foreign Affairs Minister. Nicky Wagner has taken over the earthquake recovery role, which she has assisted with for some time, and will undoubtedly do the city proud with all the challenges it entails. Congratulations to them both as they undertake their new roles for our nation.

More jobs and higher wages The latest Household Labour Force Survey shows the economy continues to deliver for New Zealanders. There are 29,000 more Kiwis employed in the past three months as job growth continues to be faster than population growth.

Let’s talk Please come along and see me. I’ll be parked in my van on Friday 26 May at: 1) Preston`s subdivision By Marshlands School on Te Korari Street Time: 8.30 - 9.30am 2) Parklands Outside sports field, opposite shopping centre Time: 10-11am 3) Shirley Burwood Park by Shirley Rugby Grounds, New Brighton Road Time: 11.30am -12.30pm 4) New Brighton Next to Ray White offices Time: 12.45 - 1.45pm 5) Wainoni Marae on Pages Road (out the front) Time: 2-3pm 6) Richmond Stanmore Road, outside of the park and opposite New World Time: 3.30-4.30pm Please phone our office on 03 384 9459 to book. See you there!

Our unemployment rate is currently 4.9 per cent, compared to our Aussie neighbours at 5.9%.

These are topics that I’m passionate about, and I’m thrilled that my Marriage (Court Consent to Marriage of Minors) Amendment Bill was recently drawn to be debated in Parliament.

Vulnerable children get extra support Budget 2017 is just around the corner on 25 May. In the meantime though, we’ve had a bit of a sneak-peek into what the Government’s got in store and it’s good news for New Zealand’s most vulnerable children: $68.8m is to be invested to ensure that our most at-risk kids are getting the support they need. This goes hand-in-hand with proposed changes to the Vulnerable Children Act 2014, which is currently going through the Parliamentary process. This Government wants to see every child have the best chance of success, and this is certainly a step in the right direction.

Come and talk The last Friday of every month my team and I visit various Christchurch East locations and talk with locals about what’s concerning them and how we can help. Come along – we’d love to meet you.

Wages also grew by 2.1 per cent over the year, taking the average annual wage to $58,935. Go New Zealand!

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This will be a great asset and will aid people with muscular aches and pains or in recovery from accidents/surgery. The new centre is scheduled to open in mid-2018. This is a great success story for East-siders who lobbied hard to see QEII facilities rebuilt.

Avon Trail in first stages of repair Good news for East-siders missing a local running trail: work to prepare the 12km transitional Avon Trail has started, and from the spring you’ll be able to walk, run or cycle sections of the trail from Barbadoes Street to Pages Road in New Brighton. The first section of work has started from Retreat Road/Avonside Drive through to the Gayhurst Road Bridge. The full trail is expected to open in early 2018. Another win for the East!

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submission, the board asked for the $153,000 earmarked for 2020-21 to be brought forward to 2018-19. New community centres are being rebuilt such as those in Halswell, Sumner, Lyttelton, Mt Pleasant and even St Albans so the board does not understand why Shirley keeps being taken off the table. Last year the centre was one of many city council projects that was put on the back-burner, much to the frustration of the Shirley-Papanui Community Board. THe centre on Shirley Rd closed after significant damage during the February 22, 2011, earthquake and was pulled down in October 2012. It was utilised for meetings, art, pottery, yoga, karate, aerobics, spinning, lace-making, and dancing, and was largely self-funded.

•From page 1 If given the go-ahead by the city council, market value would be established and property purchases negotiated “within standard council policies.” The city council purchases all properties under legislative power granted under the Public Works Act. The Act also grants the city council power to acquire properties compulsorily. The $11 million scheme would involve digging out two new flood storage ponds to be used during heavy rainfall events. This should reduce the flood risk to 70 out of an estimated 230 properties at risk of under-floor flooding, and six of the 13 houses at risk of above-floor flooding in a 50-year rainfall event. Better water quality treatment in the new ponds would also reduce contaminants in the water when discharged into the Avon River. Coastal Ward city councillor David East said while it was a shame houses had to be purchased, a number of the properties were empty or under repair. He was aware of one house that had been rebuilt in the past couple of years, which was “unfortunate.” Public feedback on the proposal will be open until June 7.

„„ By Julia Evans THE SHIRLEY Community Centre has hit yet another stumbling block in its recovery. Another delay has meant instead of being completed in 2019, designs for the community centre won’t begin until the 2020 to 2021 financial year. City councillor and Papanui-Innes Community Board member Mike Davidson (left) said that’s too far away. “THere’s a genuine need in the Shirley community,” he said. Cr Davidson said the project has been pushed out too many times so it’s a matter of making sure it doesn’t get

OLD: The former Shirley Community Centre before it was pulled down in October 2012.

pushed out too far and never completed. Board chairwoman Ali Jones called it her “die in the ditch WAITING: The location for the new Shirley Community Centre will be at the same site at 10 Shirley Rd. PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN

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priority” to see the centre’s rebuild get under way. “It has been on the table and off the table like a yo-yo,” she told the city council at the board’s draft Annual Plan submission. Ms Jones said the board had received a flood of emails from community groups wanting to return to the area after being displaced for six years. “It’s been dangled in front of that community for so many years now,” she said. In its draft Annual Plan

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you want to see the Shirley Community Centre rebuilt? What do you think of the city council’s plans to push it out to 2020? Email julia. evans@starmedia.kiwi with your views.

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News Church project to improve health A GROUP of five Canterbury health organisations are collaborating to help improve the lives of the region’s Pacific communities through their churches. The initiative known as the ‘Tutupu Project’ has been widely welcomed. Seven churches from around Christchurch and as far afield as Ashburton and West Melton are participating in a nine-month comMaria mitment to eduPasene cate and empower nominated ‘health champions’ who will then take information back to their communities. “I wanted to be involved in the Tutupu Project because this is an opportunity for me to learn and gather information about health, so I can then pass on to my family, church and community,”

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said Teuila Saafi, youth leader of Christchurch’s Tongan Seventh Day Adventist. Pegasus Health, Community and Public Health, Rural Canterbury PHO, Etu Pasifika and

Healthy Families Christchurch will mentor the health champions in nutrition, exercise and ways to improve their health literacy. Pegasus Health’s Pacific health manager and project leader,

Maria Pasene, said the health champions will attend health education sessions to expand their knowledge about nutrition and the importance of physical activity with a particular focus

on children and young people. “We have discussed the ways in which Pacific peoples can help clinicians to assist them in their health journey. This includes pushing past their natural shyness, speaking up and providing important information at visits to the GP and hospital and asking questions when they aren’t sure about what’s being discussed. It’s important to assert our needs to improve our communities’ health.” Ms Pasene said Pacific communities were at a point where they see themselves as part of the solution rather than the problem. “They are willing to investigate ways to improve the health of their families and communities. We have the ability to link them to resources and services that will work with them in a way that makes sense, such as church environments where Pacific peoples naturally connect, support and communicate with each other.”  

40 bags of rubbish gathered by students

We said: Red zone volunteer Bryan Fairbairn just bought himself a $9000 mower to continue his work tidying up red zone land in the east. You said: Paulette Wood – Some people just make such a difference. We have these areas in our city where there used to be literally thousands of homes which were destroyed in our earthquakes in 2010. These areas would be terrible if they weren’t mowed and cared for. Because of him we have these massive areas of beautiful park-like greenery. Jan Kazmiersky – Shame on the council – the rates hike is for what? Tanya Didham – City council spends $4 million a year to mow the red zone – shouldn’t he be seeing some of that? Or is

someone else getting paid to do it while Bryan does the work? Brenda Te Koeti – It looks so good. He should be paid out of the mayor’s pocket, for doing something the council should have done right from the start. Julie Tavendale - He’s brilliant, and it makes me feel good each time I pass by. Also the man who mows the strip from Burwood School to the drain

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works – he lives on the corner of Lake Terrace Rd and New Brighton Rd. Quiet achievers, both of them. Thank you. Jim Rennie – Good on you Bryan. Come on city council and some lawnmower suppliers, step up and help him. Verna Harkerss – I know where you’re coming from Bryan. Well spoken and yes, it does give us pleasure when we are driving by. Great work. Caroline Gane – Nice to have such public-spirited people.

Students and staff from Shirley Boys’ High School took part in the annual Avon-Ōtākaro Mother of all Clean Ups. Their section of bank between Avondale and Anzac Bridge yielded 40 packed rubbish bags full of predominately plastic and bottle waste from the edge of the river and adjacent parkland. The school environment committee members who helped also got to view the 100 native trees students had planted the previous day as a start toward the Avon-Ōtākaro Forest Park in the Amelia Rogers Reserve.

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Minecraft Club Tuesday 3.30-4.30pm Build imaginative worlds and battle nocturnal creatures at the learning centres’ Minecraft club. Novice or expert, join the club and play with your friends. A tutor will be in attendance to supervise and assist if necessary. New Brighton Library, Marine Pde Seaside Treasures Craft Group Tuesday 1.30pm Seaside Treasures invite crafty folk to come along to their weekly group. Take your craft with you or learn a whole new one. Community Board Room, Union St Reading to Dogs Wednesday 3.30-4.30pm Your children will enjoy the relaxed, non-threatening atmosphere at these sessions, which encourage young people to practise their reading skills and develop a love of reading. Library staff and a dog handler will be present at all times to help facilitate the sessions which are 15min. New Brighton Library, Marine Pde Meditation and Bhuddism Wednesday 5.30-6.45pm Needing more calmness in your life? This is a drop-in class consisting of guided meditation and a talk based on Buddhist wisdom with teacher Kate Fulkner. All welcome. Antidote Juice Bar, Shop 6, Carnaby Lane

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Linwood Showcase Concert Thursday 5-6pm Join students from the Linwood College music department as they showcase their many musical and performing talents. Linwood Library, Eastgate Shopping Centre. Aranui Acoustic Sessions Friday 4-5pm Go along and enjoy an hour of chilled, live acoustic music. Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot St Seaside Market Saturday, 10am-2pm Head to the seaside this weekend and enjoy live entertainment, great food, fresh produce, artisan bread, arts, crafts, jewellery and more. With a bouncy castle and free face-painting for the littlies. New Brighton Mall Beginners Ukelele Session Saturday 2pm-3pm Learn to play the ukelele with the Natural Magic Pirate Band. Bring your own instrument and learn some basic chords. Suitable for the whole family. Parklands Library, 46 Queenspark Dr

Art Session Monday 10am-12pm Get your artistic juices flowing with Otautahi Creative Spaces. This is a chance to take some time out from your busy lives to relax, have a cup of tea, and make beautiful things. As it’s New Zealand music month, the focus is on re-working your favourite CDs and album covers. New Brighton Library, Marine Pde Golden Oldies Movie Screening Monday, 1.30pm Lose yourself in the golden age of Hollywood with one of British director David Lean’s most highly regarded films, Brief Encounter. The 1945 romantic drama stars Celia Johnson, Trevor Howard and Stanley Holloway. New Brighton Museum, cnr Hardy St and Seaview Rd. $2 donation. Mahjong Club Monday 12.30pm-3pm Enjoy playing this ancient game in a relaxed environment followed by a cuppa. South New Brighton Community Centre, Beatty St.

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PERSONALISED PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS

2018 Student Leaders: 1st Row: Vai Mariner, Crystal Mehlhopt, Jenna Hollis, Leeah Mullany, Sarah Moana Wooff-Smyth 2nd Row: Eden Pettigrew, Adonai Schwenke, Anaru Gray, Cole Barrie 3rd Row: Havana Aaifou, Thomas McHutchison, Sapana Kharal, William Paulden, Sean Robertson-Wright, Makayla Austin

Enrolling now for 2018 Message from the Principal Kia ora koutou. Talofa. Kia Orana. Malo e lelei. Bula. Fakaalofa atu. Namaste and Kumusta. Greetings to our Community. There is considerably increased community interest in Linwood College. People are hearing about our school’s re-development and they want to know more. I am often asked at various community events, “Why Linwood?” More and more people are keen to know what Linwood College can offer their children. There are three clear answers to this question. Firstly, our school nurtures personal excellence by providing varied opportunities to meet individual needs. At Linwood College learning success and personal wellbeing are inseparable. All Linwood learners can expect to be challenged, enriched and supported to reach personal excellence. Learning is personalised for a ‘love to learn’ culture so that each learning stage builds upon one another to form an integrated, personalised pathway.

Secondly, Linwood provides a safe, caring physical and emotional environment with positive systems and processes to support students and communicate with families. Well-being is at the heart of our school. Finally, Linwood College embraces diversity and inclusiveness. We see this as reflective of both New Zealand society today and of New Zealand’s global future. Linwood learners have a global understanding. These three answers about our school can be summarised in one phrase: Pathways to Excellence: learning and social well-being. In this season of school open nights I am holding regular appointments for families keen to learn more about Linwood College and meet me personally. Please phone the school office, phone 9820100, to book in a time. Nga mihi nui to our community as the positive activity of the year continues. I am always keen to meet people so if any member of the community wishes to talk to me about anything, please contact the office to arrange a time for this to occur. My door is open. Richard Edmundson - Tumuaki-Principal

Congratulations - Rise in NCEA Results In early May our school received a letter from the Minister of Education, the Honourable Hekia Parata, congratulating the Board of Trustees and wider school

on the significant improvements in our 2016 NECA results. Students, staff and the Board are all pleased to receive this positive acknowledgement.

Stepping into the Future - the shape of things to come

Masterplanning is underway for our total school rebuild on our site with the physical work beginning in 2018. The time frame is three years, so that the College can function sensibly over the rebuild period. Responding to the clear community voice on Linwood College’s future direction, we will have purpose-built general and specialist facilities for classroom learning, sports and

cultural pursuits. Our classrooms will have the flexibility of size to suit the student and the nature of the learning occurring. Our facilities will centre on learner-autonomy for personalised success and future-focussed employability and leadership skills. A Linwood learner is nationally and globally prepared.

Duke of Edinburgh Expedition Seventeen students from Linwood College deployed on a 3-day, 62 kilometre journey with the Joshua Foundation to complete their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award (DOEHA) Expedition. The expedition took place in challenging conditions through Motukarara, Little River, then through the Kaituna Valley to the Packhorse Hut and down to Gebbies Pass - with the last part of the expedition over the Banks Peninsula to Godley Heads and terminating at Taylors’ Mistake Beach.

Under the guidance of Chris Allan from the Joshua Foundation, the students developed their leadership knowledge and forged strong personal relationships with each other with great results. Chris Allan and the Joshua Foundation has worked with Linwood College over the past nine years serving our school community with hundreds of students successfully completing the various awards.

Families roll up for Dessert This month the Linwood College Hospitality Department held a dessert restaurant over two nights. Year 13 hospitality students worked hard during Term 1, trialling mini desserts for the degustation event with Year 12 hospitality students trained in table service. The evenings would not have been as successful as they were, without the hard work and planning by former Linwood College student Navneet Narayan. These evenings are deservedly attracting more and more attention.

Power Up East! Pasifika students from any school are all invited to participate in this programme involving tutoring, mentoring and engagement for our Pasifika Community. This is based at Linwood College every Tuesday from 5pm to 6.50pm. Come along with your families to the Linwood College School Hall. Groups separate into ECE, primary and secondary sectors and parents will have their own session too! Spread the word. Let’s Power Up for Pasifika success! David Siumu was the youngest contestant in his section during the recent SPACPAC Speech Competition. Titi Tomasi (right) came third in the Senior Samoan speech category.

Fuel Up Fundraiser Our local Z garage on Linwood Avenue are running the ‘Good in the Hood’ project. Please support the local Alternative

Education provider KAP (Kimihia Adventure Programme) by fueling up there and popping the token in to support KAP.

Linwood College • Phone: 982-0100 • Email: office@linwoodcollege.school.nz • www.linwoodcollege.school.nz


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Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community

The Principal’s Desk Kia ora and welcome to all readers. Harry romana, Principal in upcoming weeks, parents with Year 8 students will be making some big decisions regarding their child’s secondary schooling, and which school is the best fit for them. This issue has garnered a lot of media attention of late, provoking much thought and debate in the process. recent articles in “The Press” have highlighted the issues of students travelling long distances to get to school, with many enrolling in secondary schools far outside their local area. There is a long embedded cultural perception by christchurch parents about the choice and perception of the school. in social situations often a question is, “What school did you attend?” There will often be a perceived social status attached, which may or may not bear any reality to what is actually going on inside the school.

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Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community Year 9 Glentui Meadows Centre camp

Ki o rahi is a traditional Maori ball game that has been played for centuries, and familiar to the Maori Battalion. The game is similar to, or a combination of, touch, netball and rugby with two teams both defending and attacking simultaneously. Thanks to our haoura council (student health and wellbeing committee), Mairehau high School now has the only Ki o rahi field of its kind in the South island.

in the last week of Term 1, Year 9 students went on camp to glentui Meadows centre near oxford. The camp is called Piki mai kake mai, which means 'welcome on board' and represents both the opportunity for students to get to know one another on a deeper level and expresses the focus of our camp: To fully induct and welcome students to the ‘Mairehau Way’, to come aboard our waka.

Ki o rahi is played with a small round ball called ki. For the creation of this field, native grasses and a rock were sourced from the canterbury Plains, as this is the land of Ngai Tahu. a school and community working bee was organised to plant the grasses, and the team had their mathematic skills tested with the concentric circles and plant placement – but it was worth it – the field looks amazing.

The two night camp included a range of adventure based activities such as abseiling, kayaking, river walks and orienteering. The Year 13 and Year 12 outdoor education students accompanied the Year 9 students, running adventure based learning sessions and leading groups. The camp provided valuable experiences for all and was thoroughly enjoyed by both the students and staff.

Smokefreerockquest 2017 rockquest was founded by two music teachers in 1988 (glenn common and Pete rainey) and since then there have been countless successes in its 29 year history. For example, Bic runga, anika Moa, Nesian Mystik and our very own student band Falter, who were the National winners in 2003. This year we have three entries with one group and two soloists carrying on our proud tradition. entrants have to write and perform original music. This year we have the group, heck, i Don’t Know – ella Peoples, rachel Wilson, Maddy Bouma and Tammy reynard, and soloist entrants, rachel Nolan and Moeka ishizawa, who will compete at the aurora centre on Saturday May 27th. Tickets ($10) are available at Ticketek or at the door, with band members and under 6 years free.

The field was officially opened by our Principal, Mr romana, and Whaea Dayna Napa on the 7th april 2017. after the ceremony, the last grass was symbolically planted into the ground, and the first official game of Ki o rahi - with the Year 13 Pe class taking on the Toa Sport Team, from ara institute of canterbury. We are now looking to make some stone Pou - stakes or symbols that represent the 7 stars of Matariki which signal the beginning of the Māori New Year. These Pou will represent our Waka (houses). The next step of the total field rejuvenation project, is the planning of fitness stations. a big shout out to the haoura council who did tremendous work to make this happen. (Written by hauora council members Kyla Dench (Year 10 Dean) and Jackson Smith (Year 13 student)

The introduction of the government’s ‘Tomorrow’s Schools’ policy in 1989 has led to a highly- competitive school enrolment environment in every major region of our nation. Sadly, this has created perceptions of ‘have and have not schools’; this is an unhealthy and untenable situation. a school should be the heart of a community. after all, it is our schools which provide the leaders, innovators, and creators of the future.

a wide range of skills will be learnt and improved while playing Ki o rahi such as side stepping, one and two handed accurate passing and catching, flag ripping skills, jump shots and accurate shooting/throwing, and blocking.

Some students do not enter our school house; they walk by our gates and attend the local single sex school or integrated school down the road. i have no issue with this. Parents have a right to make this choice. i am however very concerned when parents choose to bypass all the many excellent local schools in their area to send their child to a school across the city: the great east vs. West divide. What is this saying about all of our local schools? We are a group of primary and secondary schools which can match or better the education outcomes of students in any region of our country.

Ki o rahi is an incredibly fast and exciting game to play and watch and is bound to catch on quickly with people of all ages.

roy Drew was a Year 13 student in 2016. he was awarded the top athlete at the 2016 canterbury inter school competition in Ki o rahi run by Toa sports.

Stage Challenge 2017

WELL DONE to all our students who competed in this year’s STAGE CHALLENGE Great effort!!

The schools in the east are fantastic. check out our education review office (ero) reports and our Ncea reports, visit the schools and talk to principals. enter through our school gates and find out more about your local school, and make an informed decision. Why would you consider enrolling your child in Mairehau high School? The simple answer to this question is: the teachers in our school house are committed, passionate, and dedicated. We are a small school with a caring, community feel. We will get to know your child well, and work with you as a parent to ensure positive and enriching learning experiences for your child. We pride ourselves on our innovative and caring staff, and we value individuality and difference, Find out more about Mairehau high School, your community school. come and see us and attend our open evening on the 23rd May. We would love to see you there.

Harry Romana Principal

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz

Encouraging EXCELLENCE in our community

Please join us for our

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Tuesday 23 May 5pm-7pm We look forward to meeting you!

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Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community

The Principal’s Desk Kia ora and welcome to all readers. Harry romana, Principal in upcoming weeks, parents with Year 8 students will be making some big decisions regarding their child’s secondary schooling, and which school is the best fit for them. This issue has garnered a lot of media attention of late, provoking much thought and debate in the process. recent articles in “The Press” have highlighted the issues of students travelling long distances to get to school, with many enrolling in secondary schools far outside their local area. There is a long embedded cultural perception by christchurch parents about the choice and perception of the school. in social situations often a question is, “What school did you attend?” There will often be a perceived social status attached, which may or may not bear any reality to what is actually going on inside the school.

Ki O Rahi

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Mairehau high School

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community Year 9 Glentui Meadows Centre camp

Ki o rahi is a traditional Maori ball game that has been played for centuries, and familiar to the Maori Battalion. The game is similar to, or a combination of, touch, netball and rugby with two teams both defending and attacking simultaneously. Thanks to our haoura council (student health and wellbeing committee), Mairehau high School now has the only Ki o rahi field of its kind in the South island.

in the last week of Term 1, Year 9 students went on camp to glentui Meadows centre near oxford. The camp is called Piki mai kake mai, which means 'welcome on board' and represents both the opportunity for students to get to know one another on a deeper level and expresses the focus of our camp: To fully induct and welcome students to the ‘Mairehau Way’, to come aboard our waka.

Ki o rahi is played with a small round ball called ki. For the creation of this field, native grasses and a rock were sourced from the canterbury Plains, as this is the land of Ngai Tahu. a school and community working bee was organised to plant the grasses, and the team had their mathematic skills tested with the concentric circles and plant placement – but it was worth it – the field looks amazing.

The two night camp included a range of adventure based activities such as abseiling, kayaking, river walks and orienteering. The Year 13 and Year 12 outdoor education students accompanied the Year 9 students, running adventure based learning sessions and leading groups. The camp provided valuable experiences for all and was thoroughly enjoyed by both the students and staff.

Smokefreerockquest 2017 rockquest was founded by two music teachers in 1988 (glenn common and Pete rainey) and since then there have been countless successes in its 29 year history. For example, Bic runga, anika Moa, Nesian Mystik and our very own student band Falter, who were the National winners in 2003. This year we have three entries with one group and two soloists carrying on our proud tradition. entrants have to write and perform original music. This year we have the group, heck, i Don’t Know – ella Peoples, rachel Wilson, Maddy Bouma and Tammy reynard, and soloist entrants, rachel Nolan and Moeka ishizawa, who will compete at the aurora centre on Saturday May 27th. Tickets ($10) are available at Ticketek or at the door, with band members and under 6 years free.

The field was officially opened by our Principal, Mr romana, and Whaea Dayna Napa on the 7th april 2017. after the ceremony, the last grass was symbolically planted into the ground, and the first official game of Ki o rahi - with the Year 13 Pe class taking on the Toa Sport Team, from ara institute of canterbury. We are now looking to make some stone Pou - stakes or symbols that represent the 7 stars of Matariki which signal the beginning of the Māori New Year. These Pou will represent our Waka (houses). The next step of the total field rejuvenation project, is the planning of fitness stations. a big shout out to the haoura council who did tremendous work to make this happen. (Written by hauora council members Kyla Dench (Year 10 Dean) and Jackson Smith (Year 13 student)

The introduction of the government’s ‘Tomorrow’s Schools’ policy in 1989 has led to a highly- competitive school enrolment environment in every major region of our nation. Sadly, this has created perceptions of ‘have and have not schools’; this is an unhealthy and untenable situation. a school should be the heart of a community. after all, it is our schools which provide the leaders, innovators, and creators of the future.

a wide range of skills will be learnt and improved while playing Ki o rahi such as side stepping, one and two handed accurate passing and catching, flag ripping skills, jump shots and accurate shooting/throwing, and blocking.

Some students do not enter our school house; they walk by our gates and attend the local single sex school or integrated school down the road. i have no issue with this. Parents have a right to make this choice. i am however very concerned when parents choose to bypass all the many excellent local schools in their area to send their child to a school across the city: the great east vs. West divide. What is this saying about all of our local schools? We are a group of primary and secondary schools which can match or better the education outcomes of students in any region of our country.

Ki o rahi is an incredibly fast and exciting game to play and watch and is bound to catch on quickly with people of all ages.

roy Drew was a Year 13 student in 2016. he was awarded the top athlete at the 2016 canterbury inter school competition in Ki o rahi run by Toa sports.

Stage Challenge 2017

WELL DONE to all our students who competed in this year’s STAGE CHALLENGE Great effort!!

The schools in the east are fantastic. check out our education review office (ero) reports and our Ncea reports, visit the schools and talk to principals. enter through our school gates and find out more about your local school, and make an informed decision. Why would you consider enrolling your child in Mairehau high School? The simple answer to this question is: the teachers in our school house are committed, passionate, and dedicated. We are a small school with a caring, community feel. We will get to know your child well, and work with you as a parent to ensure positive and enriching learning experiences for your child. We pride ourselves on our innovative and caring staff, and we value individuality and difference, Find out more about Mairehau high School, your community school. come and see us and attend our open evening on the 23rd May. We would love to see you there.

Harry Romana Principal

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz

Encouraging EXCELLENCE in our community

Please join us for our

OPEN EVENING

Tuesday 23 May 5pm-7pm We look forward to meeting you!

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


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Migraine relief Your headache or migraine may literally be a pain in the neck

It’s not very well known that almost 13 percent of people – including childrensuffer from headaches and migraines. It is the 3rd most prevalent illness in the world and causes 91 percent of the people it affects to miss work or reduce their functional capacity. In the past 10 years, the understanding of what causes headaches and migraines has significantly changed. The research now shows that the sensitisation of the brain stem in

your neck is what causes this pain; and the specially trained physiotherapists at Muscle People are well versed in how to treat it. Krissy Winter, a patient of Muscle People, had this to say about her experience: “My migraines were debilitating and they’d often come without warning. Sometimes once a week, but generally about once a month. I’d moved up from Dunedin where I’d managed them

with my Osteopath, yoga and Pilates. In Christchurch I was so reluctant to let anyone near my neck. I read the article and I must admit I wasn’t convinced and I went to the first appointment with a page of all the concerns I had. The first time I met Laurie I remember walking out and feeling more in control. After about four treatments with Laurie and perfecting the technique she taught me I truly began to reap the benefits. Now I’m fantastic. If I feel a migraine coming on I now have the control to manage it myself, even stopping them from taking over, without needing someone to drive me in to the osteopath or the hospital for an injection to relieve the pain. With the technique Laurie taught me I’m armed and dangerous!” Laurie, Clare and Naomi were trained in Australia in the award winning and ground breaking Watson Approach to dealing with headaches and migraines. This proven method examines and treats the movements of the first three segments of the neck, which when sensitised cause headaches and migraines. “In our clinics we see people from as far away as Invercargill who come to us specially to seek treatment” says Laurie Moore, Director of Muscle People Physiotherapy. She says “The symposium in Australia we went to just recently reaffirmed the effectiveness of what we

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Time Honoured 1 in 2 People Remedy Deficient in B12 According to a country Doctor “D.C. Jarvis” from Vermont in the USA cider vinegar and honey (CV & H) can be an important part of a long healthy life. Dr. Jarvis noted Vermonters who regularly consumed cider vinegar and honey had excellent health with many putting in a vigorous day’s work on the farm even when well into their eighties. Dr. Jarvis found the effects of cider vinegar and honey on arthritis can be remarkable with many patients reporting almost total relief after taking a course of the cider vinegar and honey. Dr. Jarvis surmised that the acid and potassium in cider vinegar counteracted calcium deposits and helped the body control calcium use. As well as a general tonic Dr. Jarvis found regular administration of cider vinegar and honey at the onset of complaints such as the common cold, sinusitis, asthmatic attacks, hay fever, and childhood diseases such as chicken pox and measles, was accompanied by an improvement in the condition with symptoms either disappearing, or the conditions were extremely mild and soon over. Apple cider vinegar contains all the goodness of the apple in a form that is readily accepted by the body. Scientists have found over 90 different substances in ACV, among them 20 important trace elements, minerals, essential enzymes, a number of different acids including malic acid, amino acids and roughage in the form of potash and pectin. A scientific study at the Shizuka University in Japan has proven ACV to have potent antioxidant benefits (It can destroy free radicals, which are a major factor in ageing.) and also the ACV can break down cholesterol formations in the blood vessels. ACV and H is a powerful tonic that also promotes digestion, assimilation of nutrients and elimination of waste, and helps neutralize any toxic substances that enter the body. It is important to note not all cider vinegar is made in the traditional way and results are likely to prove disappointing with these other vinegars.

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37B Rossall Street, Merivale 4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 2 living rooms | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | Listing # PI47365

Designed with exceptional flair and built using state-of-the-art technology and the very best in energy efficient applications, this high-profile, brand new executive townhouse offers stylish, luxury living in the heart of Christchurch’s most exclusive suburb. Built in 2017 on a substantial 455m2 block, this immaculate two-storey home (285m2) plays host to four double bedrooms (master with ensuite and walk-in robes), a large family bathroom, 3 toilets, a large separate laundry stylish separate lounge complete with Rinnai gas fire and Smart TV wiring, plus a bonus sunken media/office area on the first floor – the perfect retreat for some peace and quiet. With stunning designer finesse throughout, including an exposed stone wall in the entranceway, the open plan kitchen/living/dining really impresses. A free-flowing space with a naturally warm and sunny ambiance, the area enjoys effortless indoor/outdoor flow thanks to huge windows and French doors. At the heart of this space is the designer kitchen. Offering function and style and boasting premium fixtures and fittings, it’s a foodie’s dream come true with a separate double oven, range hood, dishwasher, walk-in pantry, island breakfast bar and granite worktop. The attention to detail continues with a downstairs powder room/3rd toilet, a study nook just off the kitchen, and linen and storage hallway cupboards upstairs, while full double glazing, 2 heat pumps

and underfloor heating in both bathrooms, ensures everyone stays warm in the winter. Outside, the north-facing aspect of the dwelling transforms the outdoor space into a sun-soaked sanctuary complete with private, fully fenced grounds, immaculate landscaped gardens and two large patio areas that are perfect for entertaining. Located in Merivale and within walking distance to the CBD and excellent schools (Rangi Ruru, St Margaret’s and zoned for Elmwood Primary, Heaton Intermediate, CGHS/CBHS), this superb property is close to everything – including the handy shops of Holmwood Road, the beautiful green spaces of Hagley Park, and the array of amenities at Merivale Mall, all of which help to underpin the strength of your investment. A brand-new property that has never been lived in, this stylish designer home offers a truly unique opportunity for discerning buyers who are looking for something extra special. Open Homes Thursday 2.152.45pm, Saturday and Sunday 1.30-2.45pm.

If you require an executive lifestyle in an exclusive location, act quickly as homes of this calibre won’t be around for long. To arrange a viewing, give me a call today Deb Harvey of Harcourts Gold Papanui (Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on 352 6166 or mobile 027 220 6565

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