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Restrictions planned to put brakes on hoons ing there could be fined up to „„ By Bridget Rutherford $750. RELIEF COULD be in sight for Community board chairHuntsbury residents besieged woman Karolin Potter said the by youths congregating on their proposal came after a meeting street partying, smoking bongs, with city council staff, police and urinating and doing burn outs. residents. The city council wants to install She said the issue was difficult night time access restrictions to deal with, and police could along Vista Pl and Roystone Way only step in if they were doing to curb the problem. something illegal. The proposed restrictions “For most of the time these would make it illegal to park on people aren’t doing anything the streets between 10pmillegal. They might be 5am every day, unless sitting in their cars then late they were residents or at night they dance around their guests. people’s property, they’re It comes after Southern filling their pipes with View reported residents water from the hose, they’re were fed up with youths doing burn outs, they’re congregating in cars Karolin Potter defecating and dropping on the scenic streets rubbish.” at night, playing loud Senior Sergeant Kelly Larsen music, smoking bongs, shouting said police had received a number and partying. of calls reporting disorder, Some residents said their prop- antisocial behaviour and driving erties were being used as toilets, concerns. and toilet paper, cigarette butts She said there had been no and ends of joints were being arrests made. discarded there. “We acknowledge the council The city council is now consult- proposal to restrict movement on the street at night, and will ing on the plan. Feedback would do our part to help enforce this then be used to prepare a report should the proposal go ahead.” that would go to the SpreydonCashmere Ward city councillor Cashmere Community Board for Tim Scandrett said they had to a recommendation. If approved, the changes would look after the community, and the issue was impacting their see signs installed outlining the quality of life. restrictions. Those caught park-

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FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK THE DRUMS are beating in Huntsbury as the city council looks to reinforce besieged residents under attack from hoons (see page 1). The city council wants to install night time access restrictions along Vista Pl and Roystone Way. That would give the police the power to inflict some real damage by arresting or moving the hoons on. At the moment the only way they can arrest the hoons is if they are breaking the law – that could involve anything from smoking dope to urinating on the side of the road. But don’t look for a quick fix. The city council of course needs to consult. Consultation takes time and with spring around the corner the hoons will come out to play. Time is what residents don’t have. – Barry Clarke

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Enrolment zone for merger school „„ By Bridget Rutherford WOOLSTON’S Te Waka Unua School has introduced a new enrolment zone to avoid over crowding. The Ministry of Education has approved the merger school’s new zone, which is now in force. It is one of several schools in the east, including Bromley, to create an enrolment zone, because of roll growth. The new zone roughly runs from the west along Tuam St, past Linwood College, stretching to Linwood Ave in the east. It then drops to Cumnor Tce, along to Wilsons Rd, and back up past Lancaster Park to Tuam St. Woolston and Phillipstown Schools controversially merged in 2015 to form Te Waka Unua. The Phillipstown community objected the plan when it was announced in 2012. After High Court action, then Education Minister Hekia Parata was forced to reopen consultation with both communities. But the decision was eventually made to merge the two. Currently the school has a roll of more than 450 pupils. The school has previously said it can accommodate more than 500. Pupils who live within the

NEW: An enrolment zone is now in place for Te Waka Unua School. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

new zone will be enrolled at the school. Each year, the school’s board would determine the number of places likely to be available for the following year for those who lived out of zone. It would work through a priority scheme. First priority would go to those

who wanted to be in the school’s Maori medium programme, Te Whānau Puawai o Ngākaunui. Second was for children who had a sibling already attending the school. Third priority went to a child whose sibling was a former student. Forth was for any child whose

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PUPILS SOLVE GLOBAL PROBLEMS IN KOREA Ben Donaldson and Bronte Perriam have a chance to prove they are the best young problem-solvers in the world – and on the Korean peninsula of all places. The year 8 Casebrook Intermediate School pupils will represent New Zealand at the e-ICON World Contest in Busan, South Korea. They leave tomorrow and will be accompanied by deputy principal Nick Leith. But Mr Leith said the heated North Korean political climate isn’t something they’re concerned about. PARKING RESTRICTIONS Parking restrictions proposed for Rapaki Rd and Vernon, Montgomery and Erewhon Tces are now the subject of public consultation. The city council is seeking feedback on the suggested changes, which come after resident complaints prompted a city council investigation into congestion issues in streets surrounding the popular Rapaki and Mt Vernon tracks. Feedback can be made at the city council’s website www.ccc.govt.nz before August 23.

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Fire exposes rat nest „„ By Mark Thomas specialist fire investigator EARLY LAST week a detective and I sat in the sun for the best part of an hour in Armagh St while we waited for an overworked police photographer to arrive at a suspicious fire scene. For the first time in months, the sun was shirt sleeves warm. Spring and summer can’t come too soon for my old bones, but I dare say we’ll have to put up with some wintry stuff first. So winter advice of the metre/heater rule, of staying in the kitchen when cooking, of using electric blankets only to heat the bed, and of cleaning the lint filter on the clothes dryer are still current and pertinent. I spent a much colder morning in Hammersley Ave, Shirley, last Thursday. A shed fire had spread to a garage and caused quite a bit of damage. Inspection of the shed led us to a small freezer with signs of the fire origi-

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nating underneath in the compressor compartment. A closer look at this space revealed a pile of newspaper, plastic and vegetation. It appears a large rodent had made a nest in amongst the wiring. The interesting fact was that the newspaper was all ripped up into nearly identical small squares. The mental picture of a

rat carefully comparing its bedding for uniformity of size seems ludicrous. But the evidence was right there. The police help us regularly. So when the brakes of a caravan being towed by a police car overheated and smoked volumes this week, the St Albans crew was more than happy to help.

Olivia performed a FNA ( fine needle aspirate) on the large mass, that was very inflamed and was golf ball sized. Unfortunately she saw lots of “mast cells” under the microscope, giving a diagnosis of Mast Cell tumor ( MCT ). These tumors are malignant, grow fast and will set up in other sites quickly. Her only option was surgical removal to hopefully limit the spread and extend her life. Indy was admitted, blood tests performed in house and chest xrays taken to make sure the mass hadn’t spread. Catherine ultrasounded her liver as well to check tumor spread. All looked clear. There is no point subjecting Indy to a major surgery if we saw gross changes in other organs. We will never go in and operate on a malignant tumor without first making absolutely sure we cant detect disease elsewhere. Indy was then anaesthetized, connected to our Cardell monitoring machine and placed on intravenous fluids, then taken to surgery to remove her MCT. Kirsty, her surgeon, also had to remove the associated draining popliteal lymph node as it was enlarged and very close to the tumor. A wide resection was undertaken to ensure no tumor tissue was left behind. The mass will be sent off for histopathology to make sure no tissue was left behind. In 10 days after surgical removal, Indy will be back to her old self, charging around as though nothing has happened. Ultrasound is a widely used diagnostic tool at McMaster & Heap Vets. It would

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Saturday Saturday th 19 August Seafarers Barrington service nets crowd th 12 Meet August Megan on „„ By Sarla Donovan ST SAVIOUR’S Church in Barrington was packed for Lyttelton’s annual Sea Sunday Service recently. The Reverend John McLister explained the origins of Sea Sunday to those present. “It is a time to remember those who work at sea, often in dangerous and exploitative work conditions. Seafarers can be in danger from shipwreck, piracy, industry accident and exploitation.”  “On Sea Sunday, we come to recognise a group of people we sometimes ignore, sometimes don’t see, yet they are essential to our lives.” He thanked those who helped them, making special mention of the Lyttelton Seafarers Centre. “Five nights a week for a few hours in the evening, a volunteer opens the centre, switches on the heat pump, and tells a seafarer our password so they can access our free wi-fi. And the most common sound you hear in the centre is not the voices of men, but the voices of wives and children and, if you look at what is going on, you see tough blokes smiling, looking at cell phone screens as they chat to their families.”

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St Mark’s School celebrates new buildings AFTER WORKING around earthquake damage and rebuild work for almost seven years, there were plenty of smiles on Friday as the new St Mark’s School buildings were officially opened. The earthquake-damaged school library and music suite has been demolished and

rebuilt, the hall expanded and other buildings redeveloped as part of the $7 million project. The buildings were officially opened last week by Bishop Victoria Matthews, who led the ceremony and blessing at the Anglican primary school. Principal Averil Worner said

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Monks offer enlightenment with art at Halswell Library GRAIN BY grain, Tibetan monks are painstakingly creating a sacred sand mandala at Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre. Formed from crushed, marblecoloured sand, the ‘cosmogram’ represents a world in perfect harmony. Then, after three weeks, the grains will be brushed away to “signifying the impermanence of all things”. Mandalas are said to transmit positive energies to the environment and to people who view them, guiding individuals on the path to enlightenment. The monks will slowly build up the mandala, which is expected to be completed by September 1. Members of the public can see them labouring over their work at the centre as they place one grain of sand after another to realise an intricate symbolic design in vivid colour. City council libraries and information manager Carolyn Robertson said it was an amazing opportunity to see the cosmogram unfold in all its beauty. “We are very fortunate to be able to present this rare chance to marvel at the wonder of the sand mandala,” she said. Balance and Harmony: The

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Creation of a Sand Mandala opened on Saturday. The monks performed a consecration service and poured the first grains of sand after being welcomed by local iwi. On the last two Sundays of

this month at 11am, the monks will outline their training and personal perspective on how to increase happiness. The dissolution of the mandala and a release ceremony has been planned for September 2 at 11am.

Midge solutions in the wind „„ By Sarla Donovan MIDGE-PLAGUED Bromley residents will know this week what solutions are on the table to try and solve the problem. City council staff met with the Coastal-Burwood Community Board behind closed doors last week. They were discussing costs for long and short-term measures to control midges on the wastewater ponds. This follows a June meeting between a group of affected residents, board members and city council staff. The city council refused to tell Pegasus Post the details of last week’s meeting, saying it needed to inform residents first. “Once the residents have been met with to discuss these options, the details of the proposal can be released,” said a city council spokeswoman. One of the options being looked at is installing a UV plant in the Bromley sewage treatment plant, which could cost $3000 daily in power charges. Coastal Ward city councillor David East has said this option would “obviate the problem altogether.” For years, Bromley residents have been surrounded by armies of midges during the

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on Fashion „„ By Gabrielle Stuart BUSINESS owners are worried a 30km/h speed limit on streets around Linwood Village, which was approved by the city council last week, will drive away customers. The lower speed limit is intended to protect cyclists on the new Rapanui Shag Rock cycleway, which is set to run from the central city to Sumner. A city council committee approved the plan on Thursday, dropping the speed limit on parts of Worcester, England and Cashel Sts, between Fitzgerald Ave and Aldwins Ave. New speed limit signs are set to go up within two weeks. Suzanne Heenan, manager of the Cats Protection League Canterbury Op Shop on the corner of Worcester and England Sts, said she was worried the change would be a final straw for some businesses. She said many were already struggling because of postearthquake changes and more than six months of roadworks in the area. She supported the idea of a cycleway, but did not believe cyclists would replace the cardriving customers businesses would lose.

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Commuters to work aren’t going to stop, and even people out on the weekend aren’t going to want to do much shopping, because where would they put their shopping when they’re on a bike,” she said. When the plan was put to the public in May, 34 of the 65 submissions supported it, 24 were opposed, and another seven were generally in support but expressed concerns.

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One submission from a retailer said the lower speed limits would discourage drivers from travelling through the area. “Give us retailers a chance to survive here, as when our customers go elsewhere the Linwood Village will die. A dead village with cyclists passing through it is no good to anybody,” it said. “I am a cyclist and often cycle to work, and go faster than

30km/h,” another submission said. But other submissions strongly supported the plan, saying it would be good for the village, encourage people to be active, and the lower speed limits would discourage “hooning” and keep residents safer. City councillor Sara Templeton said she sympathised with business owners’ concerns. She said there could be a negative impact on businesses in the short term, but she believed the new cycleway would help the village in the long term. “There will be a positive impact for businesses, the difficulty is that they won’t see that until it’s done,” she said. “Keeping an eye on the big picture, people really want these cycleways to happen. The concerns about safety is the biggest thing that has been putting people off cycling, so we do think this will help,” she said. Construction of the city side of the cycleway is set to be complete before November this year, while plans for the Ferrymead section were approved in March. It is part of the city council’s $156 million major cycle routes plan, which would see 13 new cycleways built across the city.

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Swimathon fundraiser REGISTRATIONS are open now for Selwyn Aquatic Centre’s new swimathon event, Swim to Summer. Following the success of the Swim to Rio Swimathon last year, which raised $2300 for St John Ambulance Rolleston, the Selwyn Aquatic Centre has issued a challenge to Selwyn residents to swim a combined total of 10,000km in pool lengths in the lead up to summer. Said Kathy Moore, aquatic facilities manager: “The challenge is for individuals to collectively swim 10,000km before December 1, while fundraising for prostate and breast cancer awareness. We encourage everyone to come along to work on their fitness and help a worthy cause.” Those interested in being involved simply need to sign up in person at the centre, start swimming or aquajogging, and log their laps for each swim at reception. A number of prizes will be available for those who swim the most laps, in categories for men, women and youth swimmers, as well as most visits to the centre during the swimathon. •For information phone 347 2734 or email sac. inquiries@selwyn.govt.nz


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Cashmere heads to semi after big win „„ By Andrew King CASHMERE HIGH will take on St Andrew’s College in the semi-final of the Connetics first XI football competition at English Park tomorrow night. They met in round two during the regular season, in which Cashmere took the three points with a 4-2 win at the Christchurch Football Centre, where all league games were played this year. They will meet again at 6pm. Cashmere coach Craig Squire is not taking the boys from Papanui Rd lightly. “[St Andrew’s] will be a hard side to break down with a very talented squad,” he said. “However, the boys have the self-belief, skill and desire to win . . . the boys are ready for the challenge.” St Andrew’s football coordinator Matt Jansen said they have learnt a lot since the loss in round two. “[We are] looking forward to playing them again and embracing the challenges that the game will bring,” he said. “We know that we can play good football on our day.” In the other semi-final, minor premiership winner St Thomas will play Burnside High. Previously Burnside were

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Ngā Manu Kōrero success repeated For the second year in a row Cashmere won the senior student section of the regional Manu Kōrero speech competition. Freya Hargreaves-Brown (Year 13) won both the Senior English prepared and Senior Impromptu sections, and was also named first overall in the Senior Competition. Freya was presented with the Joe Karetai Memorial trophy for her prepared speech, and for the first time in the competition the new trophy for the impromptu section named after well-known Maori teacher Mei Ward. Freya will represent Cashmere High School at Ngā Manu Kōrero National Speech Competition in New Plymouth in September. This is the second year Cashmere has been named first overall in the Senior Section. All three Cashmere students who entered Manu Kōrero this

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School delivers another spectacular production Accompanying Freya Hargreaves-Brown with her trophies, centre, are Maighdlin Jones, left, and Wairaamia Taratoa-Bannister.

year are of Ngai Tahu descent. Also competing were Wairaamia Taratoa-Bannister (Year 9) Junior

Maori, who placed seventh, and Maighdlin Jones (Year 10), who came sixth in Junior English.

Once again students and staff of Cashmere High School delivered a memorable and hugely entertaining major school production. The four evening shows were all sold out and the capacity audiences were treated to our school’s usual professional and stunning performances. Cashmere works hard to consistently deliver such

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Property works update

Stage 1 of our school’s property works continues to progress well, with final construction finishing by the end of this year. This work has included a new block for Arts and English, a new special education block, extensions to library and gym and strengthening work on buildings.

The tendering process for Stage 2 is under way, with exciting plans for a new 800-seat auditorium, a vibrant new science block, and refurbishment of many of the classrooms and facilities. The staging of this work over three years is to minimise disruption, with all work due to be completed in 2019.

Illustration of proposed new science block.

House day ‘wows’ judges Cashmere’s Sustainability Council is a strong and active group, one of the many diverse groups offered as part of the at the school’s co-curricular programme. The council won the international Zayed Future Energy Prize last year. This year these students continue to be pro-active, volunteering to help plant more than 1000 trees at the end of the Cashmere Stream near Halswell. This work continues our school’s strong relationship with the Cashmere Stream Care Group, with whom we have been working over the past three years gathering weekly data on the water clarity of the stream and Heathcote River.

Term 2 concluded with an amazing Fashion and Wearable Arts Show, part of our school’s Inter-House competition. The Student Councilselected theme of ‘Continental’ engendered great innovation and creativity which wowed the judges. Ngata House won the House entry, having selected South America as its continent and its entry was truly spectacular (inset). The individual section also included exceptional entries, with the eventual winner the clever ‘Continental Breakfast’ entry, shown at right.

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Caleb Jordan scoring against St Thomas.

Strong season for Cashmere rugby This year the Cashmere High School U16 team has had a stellar season, with a string of strong wins to comfortably qualify for the semi-finals. The team is building an impressive foundation for the school’s rugby programme in the future.


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Remove from the oven and allow to cool to room temperature. Place carrots on a serving plate and reserve cooking juices. Segmenting an orange: Cut the top and bottom off the orange. Place one of the cut sides down on a board. Starting at the top and following the contour of the orange, cut off the skin, leaving no white pith behind. Working over a bowl to catch the juice, cut between the membranes to release orange segments, reserve juice. Place segments on top of the carrots as you go. Repeat with remaining oranges. Slice the avocado and place on the salad. Squeeze over the lemon juice.

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Lindisfarne nursery school Learning through

Lindisfarne opened in 1987 with the aim of providing parents and families with a nursery school which respects their individual needs and aspirations. We provide full time, part time and casual enrolment opportunities for your child, so that you can organise a schedule which suits your requirements. The teachers provide learning experiences tailored to individual children’s needs and interests, and the programme promotes independent thinking and skill development. Our aim is to have happy, settled, confident children, who enjoy an environment which fosters a love of learning, and respect for all people We are proud of our multinational community and the opportunities this provides for both teachers and children. Regular parent and whanau activities are organised throughout the year, and we place an emphasis on a close liaison between home and nursery school, which is vital to any child’s success and progress. We do hope you find our

website helpful but encourage you to visit the nursery school for a full information booklet. We will be delighted to meet you and your child, and welcome you to Lindisfarne. www.lindisfarnenursery.school.nz

Roslyn Eason, fully trained and experienced early childhood teacher, owns and operates Marshlands Nest Early Learning Centre which is an intimate centre with a maximum of 25 children. Roslyn says “Our goal is to create a setting where self-esteem, love, learning and respect for others is prominent and where every child leaves each day feeling secure and loved in their special environment. At Marshlands Nest they create a most positive environment for children so they can learn through all experiences and interactions but most importantly through play.

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Learning first aid is not only a part of ensuring a safe work place, but also an integral part of our engagement with the wider community. We all learn the necessary skills to ensure that in times of emergency we are able to assist our work colleagues, but are we able to take these skills home, into the community or on to the sports field? not all work places are the same and the injury risk for each place can be wide and variable. The office attended by administrators does not carry the same risk as those people working with heavy machinery, or perhaps at some distance from a regular ambulance service. it is therefore essential that you pick the right first aid course to suit all of your activities – both professional and social. take, for example, an office worker who does not have a high risk work environment and whose concern might be to ensure that they can deal with minor cuts and superficial injuries, or the ability to perform effective CPr. These skills can be achieved on a course of eight hours duration and would generally fit into low to medium risk area. But take this same person on to a sports field either as a spectator or player when a higher level injury occurs. The eight hour course covering unit standards 6402 and 6401 (or 26551 and 26552) does not cover head neck and spinal injuries, eye injuries,

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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 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 do, and honed our skills even more.”

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Generally patients will come to our clinic four or five times in the first few weeks of treatment. We show them some very simple exercises to do at home. After the first few weeks, treatment sessions are guided by how the patient is feeling. “Often patients come to us at the end of a long journey having tried quite a few other treatments, and we are able to help them reduce or remove their pain.” Laurie says. Muscle People Physiotherapy, call us today, ph 360 3606

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5 Piper Lane, Beckenham Auction: Thursday 21st September 2017 (unless sold prior) 3 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 2 toilets | 1 living room | 1 dining room | 2 car-garage | Listing # BE192854

My vendor’s instructions are clear – this house must be sold, on or before auction day. You may well be surprised what they may consider on auction day, so don’t delay you could miss out on one of the best buys in the suburb. A builder’s own home, generously proportioned with three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom is extremely large with a spacious ensuite. With quality double glazing, including Smartwood joinery and sited well for the sun this home will be a delight to live in. The living room opens onto a perfectly proportioned private garden, enough space to have some vegetables if you wish but also small enough that you can enjoy your weekends pursuing the many amenities that the area offers. Easy walking distance to the South Library, cafes and local shops and zoned for Beckenham Primary, Thorrington Primary and close to a selection of other schools such as St Peters, Rudolf Steiner, Hillview

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