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No Wi-Fi plan to beat bad behaviour at bus lounge „„ By Bridget Rutherford DISCONNECTING THE free Wi-Fi at the Riccarton bus lounge is one of many ideas being investigated to try and curb the antisocial behaviour plaguing the area. A working group, made up of city council staff, HalswellHornby-Riccarton Community Board members, and representatives from nearby businesses and Westfield Riccarton, has been formed to come up with ways to deal with the issue. Board chairman Mike Mora (left) said turning off the Wi-Fi was one idea the group was looking into, because a lot of youths loitered outside to use it. He said the group was looking at a range of other options, including installing security cameras, and the idea of creating an anti-loitering bylaw that would give police the power to move people on. “I don’t think one silver bullet is going to solve the issue,” Mr Mora said. “It’s a work in progress and we’re going to keep the momentum up.”

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FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK THE WORLD is a rapidly changing place, and today on page 6 we report on new technology at St George’s. It’s called 4k. If you’re not sure what that actually means watch Hunger Games or Spectre – it’s the same technology used in those Hollywood movies. The technology will be used in the hospital’s five new operating theatres. What the technology does is produce a resolution four times higher than the traditional full HD, making it possible to zoom in on the smallest details and magnify them. That will allow surgeons to watch what they are doing live on a screen during keyhole surgery, and zoom in as they work to see right into the individual blood vessels. We’ve come along way since Space Invaders and PlayStation. – Barry Clarke

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JIG: St Margaret’s student Annabel Watts made the New Zealand dance company for highland dancing. PHOTOS: MARTIN HUNTER

Dancer to join national academy „„ By Julia Evans A ST MARGARET’S College student who has been highland dancing since she was three has been selected as part of the national academy. Annabel Watts, 16, danced her way into a spot as one of the youngest members of the New Zealand Academy of Highland and National Dancing. “There are a few younger

people but there are a lot around 30,” she said. The auditions took place in the city at the beginning of April, which Annabel said was perfect having them “at home.” Annabel will join the company for its 2017 and 2018 season. “I could’ve done it last year but I decided school was more important,” she said. Beginning with workshops and conferences around the

country, Annabel will also perform at the Virginia Tattoo arts festival. Now she has to focus on practising, which she does at least three times a week. Her love for highland dance started more than 13 years ago. “When I was three I liked the bagpipes so mum sent me down the road to join dance classes,” she said. And she has never looked back.

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Although she did say it was a bit unusual to love the bagpipes any time let alone at such a young age. Annabel also recently passed the advanced highland exam, which is the highest a dancer can achieve, and is qualified to teach. The national academy will have its first session after the New Zealand Highland and National Dancing Championships in July.

LOCKER ROOM THEFT Canterbury University rugby players returned to their locker room after a hard-fought win over New Brighton to find their wallets, cellphones and other personal items, as well as the club till, missing. Club chairman Chris Risbridger said it was a bit of dampener after the win and police have been notified. If anyone has any information, phone 363 7400 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. BARBECUE ARRIVES A barbecue donated by the Wigram Lions Club has been delivered to Burnside Park and is being stored until the shelter and picnic tables arrive. City council staff are currently working through the building consent required for the shelter, which is due to arrive in July. Installation of the barbecue and shelter will also be in July. However, the delivery of the picnic tables has been delayed because of the number of orders placed before the end of the financial year. NEW MEMBERS The Elmwood Club has two new sport clubs using its community facilities. Shirley Volleyball Club and Canterbury Handball have joined as affiliate members and bring a joint membership of more than 100 to the club.


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Air rifle injury in A cAt Chanel, a beautiful 17 month old Birman arrived home late one Sunday evening with a profusely bleeding wound on her back. Her very concerned owners rushed her to the After hours clinic where she was placed on oxygen, given intravenous fluids and pain relief. The xray taken showed Chanel had been shot with two air rifle pellets – one was sitting in her abdomen and one in her left hind leg. She was also slightly anemic due to blood loss. Miraculously she was still alive. Chanel was operated on to remove the hind leg pellet that night but it was felt too risky to open her up and remove the abdominal pellet due to ongoing blood loss. Thankfully the pellets missed her vital organs and spine.

and about 60mls of blood was drawn from him to give to Chanel over a couple of hours. The donor cat has their red cell levels checked and must be Feline Aids (FIV) negative. The following day Chanel appeared brighter and happier. We decided to wait a further week before operating to make sure her blood levels were stable and that she was producing good numbers of red cells on her own. The repeated ultrasound and xray showed that thankfully her left kidney appeared normal however the bullet had slightly moved.

Chanel arrived at McMaster & Heap Vet Practice on Monday morning in a fairly critical condition. She was closely monitored and her pain medication with a fentanyl patch provided her with continuous relief – being shot would be quite sore! Chanel had regular blood tests in house to check her vital organs and to be sure her anemia wasn’t worsening. Unfortunately she was becoming more anemic. Kirsty performed an abdominal ultrasound and took chest xrays to check for free blood indicating an active bleed. There was also some concern about potential damage to her left kidney from the pellet location. Thankfully through all this her appetite was great! Prior to her second surgery, it was decided that Chanel would benefit from a blood transfusion to help her red blood cell levels. She was blood typed ( Type A) and found to be a match for Kirsty’s cat “Wolfie”. Wolfie was sedated

Chanel’s surgery proceeded without a hitch. The bullet was successfully removed with very little trauma, from just behind her left kidney. That afternoon she was rolling around, playing in her cage, able to be discharged from our hospital. We continued with pain relief and one week later Chanel was near normal. This would have been a completely different story had her abdominal organs been penetrated or her spine shattered. Thanks to her owner’s rapid response, Chanel’s life was saved and she’s never looked back. Also a bonus that her dedicated owners have pet insurance. Dr Michele McMaster

„„ By Mark Thomas – Specialist Fire investigator HANDCUFFS SUGGEST policemen. So when a man walked into the Christchurch City Fire Station on the morning of June 2 asking to be helped out of a pair of handcuffs, some discreet calls were made to find out if our friends in blue had lost anyone that morning. It turns out the cuffs were the type available at certain ‘adult’ shops and the poor fellow had been ‘trying them on’.  Ten minutes later he was on his way – handcuffs in pieces. Late on the same afternoon, crews were called by a passerby to a house in Northcote, where a smoke alarm could be heard.  The house was found to be full of smoke, the result of a blanket close up against a log fire.  There are some lessons here.  The metre/heater rule applies to anything that might be hot – be it a fireplace, heater, stove or electrical appliance.  In this case, it seems a centimetre/heater separation was all that had been left. It very nearly cost the occupiers their house.  It also proves that smoke alarms save property as well as lives. Finally, it would’ve been so easy for the passerby to keep on walking or to think “it’s none of my business.” Another good neighbour in Conference

St called in to say they had seen smoke showing at a property. The responding firefighters dragged a person from the flat. They’d fallen asleep while cooking something on the stove – a time-honoured way to kill yourself by accident. In this case, no harm was done.  But another time, another place, and we would have been removing a body.  Think about it.

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„„ By Andrew King ARSON ATTACKS in Burnside and Ilam have stopped after police increased patrols around the area. Over a number of weeks, there have been a series of deliberately lit fires in the area, with wheelie bins, a car and for sale sign set alight – some close enough to scorch Stephan the exterior of ocMcDaniel cupied homes. Senior Sergeant Stephan McDaniel said in response to the fire, police have increased patrols in the area in an effort James to catch who is Wallace lighting the fires. “At this stage, we have no clear suspects, but we are looking,” he said. He said while there appears to have been a halt in the attacks, police will continue to keep an eye on the area. “The extra patrols will stay in place for now,’ he said. Bins on Greers Rd and Westburn Tce were set on fire three weeks ago, prompting police to dispatch a dog unit to try and track the offender or offenders. None have been found.

SINISTER: Most of the arson attacks have been wheelie bins up against the side of homes. PHOTO: JAMES WALLACE

STUMPED: Bill Willoughby is happy the Bishopdale Village Mall blue gum trees have been removed. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Good riddance trees „„ By Julia Evans

Burnside resident James Wallace’s bin was set alight about a month ago and scorched the side of his house while his children were asleep. He said he had not heard of any more events around his area. “I haven’t seen them, but I’ve been told there are extra

patrols and a dog unit on standby,” he said. • Anyone with information about the fires should phone 363 7400. Alternatively, information can also be reported anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

SOME RESIDENTS are not sad to see eight blue gum trees around Bishopdale Village Mall felled. Burnside’s Bill Willoughby, 79, said he was pleased the trees had finally got the chop. “The city council have done the right thing, they were getting a bit scraggy,” he said. As a regular shopper at the mall, he said it had really tidied the place up. The trees were felled recently

because of their poor health, structural condition and the risk they presented to the public. The Bishopdale Business Association expressed concern after a limb fell and wrote off a parked car last year. Debris from the trees was also an additional burden for businesses in the mall causing regular maintenance issues. Appropriate replacement trees will be planted in consultation with mall businesses. •Soap Box, page 7

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New lights to improve traffic flow, safety PEDESTRIAN SAFETY and traffic flow are being prioritised in Halswell. The city council is seeking public feedback on a new set of traffic lights at the intersection of Augustine Dr and Halswell Rd. Augustine Dr will flow into a new road, Monsaraz Boulevard, at the proposed lights. The proposed lights will link the Halswell Commons residential development, including the heritage park, with the historic Spreydon Lodge and SouthWest Village commercial centre. The proposed lights are set to replace the current pedestrian island on Halswell Rd, near Templetons Rd. Five trees will also need to be removed, and may be relocated further down Halswell Rd. •Residents can give feedback on the proposal until June 29 on the city council’s website at https:// www.ccc.govt.nz/thecouncil/consultations-andsubmissions/haveyoursay/ show/30

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4K technology for St George’s FROM HOLLYWOOD to the operating theatre – technology used in blockbuster movies is now being used to help Christchurch surgeons during operations. The 4k imaging technology has been incorporated in the five new operating theatres built as part of the redevelopment at St George’s Hospital. The technology has been used to film big screen movies, including the Hunger Games and Spectre. It produces a resolution four times higher than the traditional Full HD, making it possible to zoom in on the smallest details and magnify them. That will allow surgeons to watch what they are doing live on a screen during keyhole surgery, and zoom in as they work to see right to the individual blood vessels. Hospital chief executive Greg Brooks said the technology would directly benefit patients. “The redevelopment has provided us with a key opportunity to invest in worldleading innovation to provide our patients with superior care,” he said.

ADVANCED: One of the new operating theatres at St George’s, where the new 4k technology will make it easier for surgeons to do keyhole surgery. The technology now in use has been used in big screen movies, including the Hunger Games.


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Ode to the blue gums U-turn on future of Yaldhurst hall

Papanui-Innes Community Board member John Stringer writes about the loss of trees in the community With sadness I observed the felling of the Bishopdale blue gums. I regularly use both the larger Northlands Shopping Centre and the little Bishopdale Village Mall. The rank of tall australian blue gums ringing the village mall car park was a feature I enjoyed. As well as the trees, we recently lost the Mitre 10 at the mall, which has shifted further down Harewood Rd. Trees are important to a community, which is why we have protection orders and bylaws governing some trees.  The Bishopdale blue gums were on private property so, in one sense, they can do as they please, but as trees are an important aesthetic to any community is it worth extending the reach of bylaws to cover not just historic trees but also the impact on a community of the removal of large treescapes? There is a lot of tree removal

FELLED: A Treetech arborist removed eight blue gums outside the Bishopdale Village Mall.

going on in our community. With all the change in our city and roadworks strangling our arterials, the continuity of arboreal landscapes is important for psychological well-being. Too much change all at once brings a feeling of dislocation and being wrenched from stability and familiarity. When I moved from a large property in Papanui several years ago, the owners cut down every single tree on what was one of the last un-subdivided residential properties in the area – a remnant quarter acre section. Down came the red peaches, the figs, a tall native, blueberries, pears and a huge magnolia that was such a feature of the local community.

Up went a tilt slab jammed in behind an older house. As the Bishopdale blue gums toppled, I reflected on Gerard Manly Hopkins’ famous eulogy to Binsey Poplars. “My aspens dear, whose airy cages quelled, Quelled or quenched in leaves the leaping sun, All felled, felled, are all felled; Of a fresh and following folded rank . . . O if we but knew what we do.” RIP Bishopdale blue gums – you will be missed.

„„ By Bridget Rutherford THE YALDHURST Memorial Hall has been thrown a lifeline, with more consultation to be had before a decision is made on its future. Last month, the HalswellHornby-Riccarton Community Board decided to recommend to the city council that the plaques be removed and the earthquakedamaged building be demolished. City councillors were meant to make the final decision on Thursday. But the community board has done a U-turn on its recommendation, and asked that more consultation be carried out before a final decision is made, which councillors agreed to. Board chairman Mike Mora said he met with some residents following the board’s decision, who raised concerns with the consultation around the hall’s demolition. “There’s quite a lot of issues that came to light – a lot of the community were expecting another round of consultation before this decision was made,” he said. “We’ve got to make sure we satisfy the needs of the families the memorial was built for the best

way we can.” The Pound Rd hall was built in 1954 to house war memorial plaques, but was badly damaged in the February 22, 2011, earthquake forcing its closure. A city council report said it would cost $1.2 million to repair. Demolition was expected to cost between $50,000 and $75,000, it said. The report said the community was in favour of demolition, but wanted to retain a community building in the area, with further discussions to be had around that. However, Mr Mora said the board wanted to check that was the case, given the response he had got from residents. “It needs a bit more work on it before we start demolishing anything.” After further consultation was carried out, a decision on the hall’s future would be made by the community board and city council.

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MUSIC: Independent Schools of New Zealand Board chairwoman Heather McRae (left), with Janet Kingsbury and Sandra Hastie at the awards ceremony.

Rangi’s ‘Mozart’ gets award A RANGI Ruru Girls’ School teacher has received an award for her outstanding contribution to music. Director of music Janet Kingsbury received the honours award from Independent Schools of New Zealand. She joined Rangi Ruru 14 years ago. Then, following the September 4, 2010, earthquake, she volunteered hundreds of hours to work closely with the campus design team to ensure the music department was successfully rebuilt. At the Independent Schools of New Zealand conference, LOCATION ADVERT.pdf 1 principal NEW Sandra Hastie said Mrs Kingsbury is an exceptional

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CBHS prepare for St Andrew’s rivalry SPORTS „„ By Andrew King CHRISTCHURCH Boys’ High have a hard week ahead of them with a traditional rival looking to topple their season on Saturday. St Andrew’s will be looking to take points from top-of-thetable CBHS when they meet at the weekend. CBHS manager Rob Smith said it will be a tough game. “This will be a good test for the boys. They are definitely up to it; they love playing the game so the more the better,” he said. CBHS are currently top of the table in the UC Championship after a five try to four win over St Thomas on Saturday. Smith said the St Thomas match was very physical, but he didn’t expect anything less from the men from Middlepark Rd

HARD SLOG: CBHS’s first XV got past St Thomas on Saturday 32-24, They will now play two games in four days. PHOTO: BRENDAN BIGGS

on their club day. “They gave it their all – it was a great match,” he said. In the week’s other matches, Burnside were unable to get a

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Connetics Shield goes on the line „„ By Andrew King ST THOMAS will have to be at their best when they take on another top four football rival and defend the Connetics Shield tomorrow night. Fourth placed Burnside will want to get their hands on the shield, which has been held by St Thomas since round four. Top of the table St Thomas successfully defended the shield last week beating Papanui 5-1 at the Christchurch Football Centre, where all games are being played this year. In other games, Middleton face Rangiora at 5.45pm tomorrow after recording a 2-0 loss against Christ’s and Christchurch Boys’ will face St Bede’s in a northern derby at 4pm after their 6-0 victory over Rangiora. Points table 1. St Thomas, 12pts; 2. St Andrew’s, 12pts; 3. Lincoln, 11pts; 4. Burnside, 11pts; 5. Cashmere, 10pts; 6. St Bede’s, 10pts; 7. CBHS, 9pts; 8. Riccarton, 7pts; 9. Shirley, 7pts; 10. Middleton, 4pts; 11. Christ’s, 4pts; 12. Papnui, 3pts; 13. Rangiora, 3pts.

Rangi win Pat Barwick Shield for first time in school’s history „„ By Andrew King RANGI RURU’S first XI hockey team have won the Pat Barwick Shield for the first time in the school’s history with a great second half performance against Villa Maria on Friday night. The shield was named after

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REAL ESTATE Diamond in the rough overlooking Redcliffs 54 Augusta Street, Redcliffs Auction: Thursday, 29 June 2017 Unless Sold Prior 4,414m2 section in 2 lots | 3 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 2 living rooms | 1 dining room | 2 car-garage | 3 off-street parks | Listing # FM5297

What an Outstanding Developers Opportunity! Available for the first time in 60 years. ‘As is - Where is’ The anticipation as you enter this substantial and unique 4,414m2 section is rewarded with wonder, as the views unfold and the secluded position reveals itself. Gently elevated on the lower slopes of the popular Redcliffs suburb and in a microclimate that basks in sunshine, this generous site is already in 2 lots with a possibility to sub-divide, subject to CCC approval. With drive-on access already in place via a shared driveway and with an option to have the existing house demolished, all that’s left to do is plan for where your future home will come to life, and start making it happen. The views are amazing, with the everchanging estuary and Brighton spit in the foreground setting the grand scene beyond of Pegasus Bay and the Kaikoura’s in the distance. Surrounded by established trees and the with glorious sound of bird

song, it’s easy to see the possibilities for really transforming this section into your special home. Only a short walk or drive sees you in Redcliff ’s Village, with the new supermarket, medical services, and the recreational options of the estuary and Sumner so close, making this a great spot for either relaxation or play. Viewing will set your imagination alight with possibilities and begin your journey in paradise. Open Homes Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 11.00am – 12.00pm until auction day. Auction 29th June at Grenadier House, 98 Moorhouse Ave, Chch from 12.00pm. See you at the Open Homes or to arrange a private viewing of this property call Alistair Hazeldine or Joy Butel of Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead (Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on 384 7950 or Alistair mob: 027 572 1555 or Joy mob: 021 353 280.

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