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YOU HAVE to hand it to Maddie Collins – she’s one heck of a plucky 13-year-old. Life threatening conditions, yet she still has time for a huge smile for the camera (see page 1). Maddie’s health battles have been documented a lot over the past year as her family tries to raise $350,000 for kidney treatment in the United States. More than $80,000 has so far been raised but there’s a lot more needed. She’s earmarked to go there next month, the first step in what will be a long – and hopefully – successful process. Budding young musicians in the form of Cashmere High School students are featured on page 4. The school hall was filled for the Music in May concert. Good on them. – Barry Clarke

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News Bid to solve midge problem „„ By Sarla Donovan MIDGE-PLAGUED Bromley residents will meet with staff from the nearby wastewater treatment plant, the city council and the Coastal-Burwood Community Board tomorrow in hopes of working out a solution to a problem they say is getting worse every year. Board chairwoman Kim Money (left) said the meeting would allow affected residents the chance to air their feelings. “We want the residents to feel comfortable to say what they want to say to staff. All of us want to sit down and have a really open and good discussion.” In spite of an $800,000 spend over the past two years, locals say their properties are inundated with swarms of the non-biting insects over summer, forcing them indoors and making life a misery. They say the current methods of control aren’t working, and want the city council to look at alternatives.

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War memorial panels cop criticism „„ By Sarla Donovan PANELS DESIGNED to protect New Brighton’s iconic war memorial from graffiti have been criticised by locals as “horribly ugly.” However, the New Brighton RSA says they are needed to safeguard the monument for future generations. The $25,000 panels were given the okay by the RSA and installed by the city council just over a week ago. RSA executive manager Garry House said people needed to understand that the clear panels have a film over top of them, which can be replaced if they are defaced, keeping the monuments clean. They could also be easily removed for ceremonial purposes such as Anzac Day. “It’s not a perfect solution but it’s a lot better than having graffiti all over the cenotaph, which does lasting damage to the sandstone.” He said he wanted to give the panels a chance and “if it turns into a disaster” then they’d need to look at other options. New Brighton Project coordinator Martha Baxendell said they reinforced the idea that New Brighton was not a safe or good place to be and detracted from

BETTER PROTECTION: Garry House, New Brighton RSA executive manager, beside the New Brighton War Memorial which now has panels to protect it from taggers. Some people in New Brighton have been describing the panels as horribly ugly. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

the area. “They are just horribly ugly. We did a photo shoot with Rockabilly Show and Shine and wanted to do an Anzac shoot but we had to relocate to the Burwood War Memorial.” She said the memorial had only been tagged once in the last two years and there wasn’t really a need for it to be protected. Coastal-Burwood Community Board member Tim Sintes said he didn’t know how else

they could protect the memorial “apart from a barbed wire fence.” Coastal Ward city councillor David East said the panels weren’t ideal but he was happy to trial them. “Aesthetically it doesn’t look that great.” He said the decision was pretty much set in stone by the time it came to the board. Binn Inn New Brighton owner Nikki Griffin thought the panels were “hideous.” She said there must be a better

way to protect the memorial than the “fish bowl they’ve come up with.” Blair Hughes, owner of Paper Plus New Brighton, said he could understand why they’d been put up but didn’t like the look of them. “Aesthetically, it doesn’t work. I would have thought there’d be a better option.” Burwood Ward city councillor Glenn Livingstone said he hadn’t seen the memorial since the

DEFACED: Graffiti on the New Brighton War Memorial in 2015. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

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Jaz Tuihana Vivian Our People Tomboy takes non gender-based Jaz Tuihana Vivian, 22, is making her mark in the fashion world with her unconventional clothing range. She talks to Georgia O’Connor-Harding Tell me about your fashion brand Losers Are Cool (LAC Crews)? I have always kind of had the dream of doing a tomboy clothing line but I have never really known enough about it. So I did a business course last year and it made me a little bit more confident about releasing it. A couple of my friends are in the fashion industry. I bounced ideas off them, came up with a name, put it all together and released it. There is actually nothing online that is purely tomboy clothing. What I wanted to do was take away that awkward shopping down the wrong aisle thing and make it all online so people don’t have to go into the shop.  What made you realise you were a tomboy? I have always been a tomboy out playing rugby and getting muddy with the boys. I am not

a girly girl at all. Mum always tells me about when I was a kid she would dress me in a pretty pink dress and then I would go steal my brothers’ clothes just before we were about to go out. I played rugby for eight years. I had to take time off this year because it was getting too busy but I am into staying fit and healthy. It

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clothing to the fashion world Getting out of school must have been the best for you? Absolutely, I was definitely a misfit. But I wouldn’t encourage anyone to just drop out of school - you have definitely got to have a plan. Mum said as soon as I had a plan I could sign out. How did you come up with the Losers are Cool idea? It just stemmed from school. I thought you look around the classroom and you have your popular kids, nerdy kids and out-right losers. The losers end up being the ones everyone wants to be around because they are genuinely the most successful ones. Do you think people began to look at you more positively as you all got older? Yes definitely, I have people messaging me now saying: ‘I know we didn’t get on at school but what you are doing is awesome.’ You get the support from those that influenced you to do this. It makes you feel a lot better. It all happened for a reason. What are your other passions? I work in hospitality as a bar tender at The Sideline Sports Bar in Richmond. I do my clothing line throughout the day. My job opened my eyes. I have been at the bar almost four years. I think being in the hospitality industry and

seeing people from all walks of life has opened my eyes to equality issues in society. Everyone should be themselves and not be put down. What do you think of the Southbridge community? I love going to my mum’s in Southbridge. The people there are genuinely interested in what everyone is doing. I know you get the small town stuff but people are interested in you going far. I like that aspect of country life. Everyone is genuinely happy and they have been supportive to people of all ages. One of my mum’s friends bought my own clothing. During those tough times at high school how did you overcome being bullied? I still get really bad anxiety. You have just got to remind yourself you are going in the right direction. It is hard at high school, there is the councillor but people feel intimidated going there because it seems like they have got an issue or weak. You have to find someone to talk to – even if it is just a teacher you have a comfortable relationship with. I am a pretty outgoing person so I didn’t find it that hard. Tell me a bit about your sister Jayde? At the start of the year she went

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Queen’s Birthday honours $350,000 sought in fundraiser •From page 1 Said Mr Anderton: “Representing the people of Sydenham is what I’m most proud of,” he said. After splitting from Labour in 1989, he formed the NewLabour Party, which merged with the Alliance Party in 1993. He led Alliance for most of the next nine years, before leaving to form the Progressive Party. Between 1999 to 2011, Mr Anderton held various ministerial positions and was deputy prime minister. Upon his retirement in 2011, Mr Anderton held the unofficial title of ‘Father of the House’ as the longest consecutive serving MP. Following the February 22, 2011, earthquake, he has been co-chairman of the Greater Christchurch Building Trust, which is campaigning for the restoration of Christ Church Cathedral. He said he didn’t miss being in Parliament. “It’s not much fun getting up at 6am and working till midnight six days a week.” Vicky Cameron

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services to health. Prof Cameron has been involved in health and genetics for 30 years. She is currently research professor and head of the molecular biology and genetics laboratory at the University of Otago Medical School’s Christchurch Heart Institute. Through the institute, she has performed extensive genetic profiling of patients with heart disease. Prof Cameron has held a number of leadership roles within her field, including membership of the National Heart Foundation Scientific Advisory Board, convenor of the Marsden Fund Council’s Biomedical Sci-

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Many people, from family members to total strangers, had also volunteered to be tested to see if their kidneys might be a match for Maddie. She had no idea how many, as the family were not allowed to know unless a match was found. But even though none so far had matched Maddie, Mrs Manson Collins said every person willing to donate an organ had helped someone. “It’s not just about Maddie. We don’t have enough organ donors and that’s what this is about, so if I can make more people talk about organ donations I’ll have succeeded,” she said. She said Maddie had been finding things tough, as her treatment meant she missed a lot at her school and couldn’t do many things with her friends. “People say she looks so well, she looks so healthy, but you don’t see kidney failure until you lift up her shirt and see all those lines in her body.’’ •Maddie’s givealittle page is www.givealittle.co.nz/cause/ givethegiftoflifetomaddie

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IN-COSTUME: Kane Oliver and Matthew Hewson at the annual J-Rock and Stage Challenge at Horncastle Arena.

Hillmorton High School students Sarah Cameron, Katelyn Scott and Zoe Dryden dressed up for the annual J-Rock and Stage Challenge at Horncastle Arena. The students performed their own take on classic fairy tales and loved getting their chance to entertain the crowd, school deputy principal Eleanor Sim said. ​

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Cashmere footballers picked in Canterbury youth squad „„ By Andrew King FOUR CASHMERE High footballers have been selected in the Canterbury Dragons youth squad. Cashmere first XI captain Lyle Matthysen, along with fellow teammates Luke Tolan, Eddie Wilkinson and Max Chretien have all made the team, which was selected last week. First XI coach Craig Squire said it was a fantastic achievement and Craig a testament to the Squire quality they currently have in the side. Cashmere now look forward to a week off after playing three matches in eight days before squaring off against Shirley on June 14 at 7.30pm at the Christchurch Football Centre. “It has been a rough few weeks with recent losses to Waimea College and St Bede’s. It is good to see our talent being recognised,” he said. However, Cashmere managed to shake off those recent losses to record a solid 6-2 victory against Riccarton last week. But this was after their 3-2 loss to Waimea College in Nelson and being beaten 4-1 by a rampaging St Bede’s team. The game

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against St Bede’s was played without Lyle Matthysen, who was serving a one-match ban for a red card in the previous round. The loss against Waimea was particularly difficult as it was the first time Cashmere have challenged for the Alex Harvey Industrial Cup, an opportunity which is rare. The cup has been contested by the country’s leading secondary school football teams on a challenge basis since 1985. Squire said the losses were disappointing but it was the squad’s positive mentality to get back on the horse which allowed them

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St Thomas basketballer makes first triple-double young man. „„ By Andrew King “Mitch only started playing ONE YEAR ago Mitchell basketball last year after I Langley was playing basketball approached him to play seeing socially, now he holds a he is so tall,” he said. Canterbury Basketball At 1.95m, Brooker saw Association record potential in Langley and after notching up the pinched him from rugby first triple-double in St league, a sport he had Thomas’ of Canterbury been playing for the past College’s history. 10 years. In a recent 76-58 Langley also plays in defeat to Burnside the school’s under-20 in the under-17a basketball team, which grade basketball Mitchell is the top squad, and championship, Langley, Langley last week found out he 15, racked up an has been selected for the impressive 14 points, 13 under-17 Canterbury Mainland rebounds and 16 blocks. South Island team. Not only was it the school’s “It’s his first year in both first triple-double, it was also [under-17s and under-20s] a CBA record, as no-one and he has shown signs of had recorded more blocks in huge potential for the top team one game, CBA community for years to come,” Brooker basketball manager James said. Lissaman said. The Canterbury team heads to Langley said he started the Westport next month to play a game slowly but then suddenly tournament. everything fell into place. For now, Langley is happy to “I didn’t really notice the stats play the sport he loves with the were ticking up like they were. goal of playing professionally in My teammates just kept me the future. going, saying keep shooting, “It is my dream to play pro, keep blocking,” he said. but I have to put in a whole lot Coach Neville Brooker said of work,” he said. it was a massive effort by the

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writers. Find some fictional books while you’re at the library, or some books on creative writing. Linwood Library, Eastgate Shopping Centre. Free entry Mid-Week Laughter Club Tomorrow, 6-7pm The focus of the club is to get over the stress of the first part of the week and have a positive outlook for the rest. The event aims to release endorphins and help you relax and lower stress levels. There is no comedy, stand-up or jokes at this session. Instead, you are encouraged to make yourself laugh at nothing at all for the purpose of relaxing. St Marks Methodist Church, cnr Barrington and Somerfield Sts. Entry $2 Knit ‘n’ Yarn Wednesday, 11am-1pm, and Thursday, 1.30-3.30pm Those who want to have a chat while they construct their favourite wool creations can at the weekly Knit ‘n’ Yarn meetings. From crochet to knitting or a craft of your choice, have fun with this social group. There are a variety of books to help inspire ideas for your next project or even to help a beginner. Everyone is welcome. Every Thursday, 1.30-3.30pm, South City Library, 66 Colombo St. Every Wednesday, Linwood Library, Eastgate Shopping Centre, 11am-

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How’s your blood pressure? There are many tell-tale signs our health isn’t what it should be. Finding out we have higher than normal blood pressure is an important one. According to Julian Marshall, owner of Marshall’s Health & Natural Therapy in New Brighton, making a few life changes can help you keep on top of it. “Our body is really amazing. It has the ability to heal itself of just about any disease if we make the effort to do the right things! Often there are signs that things are not right and this is the time to find out why. Disease doesn’t happen for no reason. Cardiovascular disease, one of the leading causes of death is generally very preventable. The secret is to make the changes before things get too bad!” Some symptoms of high blood pressure include, headaches, migraines, not noticing the cold, the feeling of pressure in the head and nose bleeds, but often the first sign that something is wrong comes in a more life threatening manner. “The kidneys don’t handle high blood pressure very well, and can become seriously damaged as a result. Or, worsecase scenario, you can suddenly have a stroke or aneurysm, or even a heart attack.” To have good cardiovascular health, the systolic reading – the blood pressure in the arteries when the heart pumps – should be 120 (or less) and the diastolic reading – which is the pressure in the arteries between beats or while the heart

is resting should be between 60 & 70. It is common when talking about blood pressure to say the systolic reading over the diastolic reading, i.e. 120/60. Blood pressure can vary considerably over a relatively short period of time. It is also best to check your blood pressure when you are relaxed at home. For this reason I recommend it is a good idea to purchase your own digital blood pressure unit and check your blood pressure regularly. They are easy to use and can give you a good indication of what may be effecting your blood pressure especially if it is high. A moderate increase in blood pressure can be caused by many things including stress & worry. Blood pressure over

140/70 is often caused by poor circulation. Poor circulation again can be caused by various factors especially plaque build-up in the blood vessels but also if the blood vessels are not supple enough or in poor condition. Calcium is an important mineral for good health. However it often builds up in the arteries as calcium plaque restricting blood flow. Researchers have found Vitamin K2 as menaquinone-7 can allow this calcium to be pulled out of the arteries and absorbed into the bones and tissues where it belongs. It can therefore help prevent osteoporosis also. Montmorency tart cherry juice has been shown to significantly reduce high blood pressure at levels comparable

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