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„„ By Sophie Cornish FED UP business owners are hoping to take matters into their own hands by mass trespassing shoplifters and troublemakers from New Brighton Mall stores. The plan works on the same principle as a trespass notice from a shopping mall, except those caught stealing will be banned from every business that signs up to it. New Brighton Business and Landowners Association manager Paul Lonsdale is behind the idea. “It sends a clean message that we’re not going to tolerate this sort of Paul Lonsdale behaviour out in New Brighton,” he said. “If one member wants to trespass someone from their business, then they are trespassed from all the businesses,” Mr Lonsdale said. He set up a similar scheme in the central city in 2007 when he was involved with the Central City Business Association. Mr Lonsdale claims the programme was very successful. “Some 20 issues a week was reduced down to one issue a week,” he said. •Turn to page 4

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FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK PAUL LONSDALE had a lot of experience in trying to keep the hordes of shoplifters and other troublemakers at bay in the central city a number of years ago. Now he’s behind a plan to do the same in New Brighton (see page 1). Lonsdale is in the process of getting as many retailers on the same page so when they catch a shoplifter or someone causing trouble in their store they can blanket trespass them from all businesses in New Brighton. The retail outlet has to be part of the business and landowners association, so not a bad recruitment move there as well. Great things happening between the police and children at Haeata Community Campus as our page 1 photo says. While it looks like boxing training, it isn’t. It’s a novel way of teaching young people that the police are, in fact, their friends. – Barry Clarke

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Young rockers take band title „„ By Sophie Cornish CHISNALLWOOD Intermediate has some of the most talented young musicians in the city. Student band Class Disruption took out first place in the annual BandQuest competition last week. Music teacher Judith Bell was happy with the result and commended the winning band for their efforts. “They really gel well together,” she said. The band is aware of what they want, picking their own songs for the performance while their music teacher guides them through practice. The win comes after gaining third place in the regional finals of Smokefreerockquest Led by vocalist and bass player Dylan Jonkers, who has written over 12 songs this year, the band is hoping to release an album. Hiromu Crosado from the band also won best keyboardist and Jacob Carey won the killer guitarist award.

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Sheila Hailstone, founder of the •From page 1 Christchurch Twelve New Brighton businesses Women’s have so far shown interest, including Toastmasters Paper Plus, Bin Inn, Just Incredible, Club, which meets weekly 123 Mart and New Brighton Lotto. at St Paul’s Anglican Blair Hughes, of Paper Plus, said at Church in Papanui, writes this stage they were making business about the importance of owners inspiring confidence in aware of the people who fitted into women the shoplifting and anti-social catWhen Annette King finally egories. bowed out of the Labour Party Sergeant Jim Currie, of New after 33 years, she said it was Brighton Police, is optimistic about not good enough that women the programme. only make up 31 per cent of the “I think if the businesses all stick MPs and that all political partogether, it will be really effective to ties need to commit to making keep things in place,” he said. Parliament truly a House of To be a part of the programme, Representatives. business owners are first required It is not only in this area of to join the business and landowners leadership women are underrepassociation. resented. Offenders can only be formally Women make up over 60 per trespassed if a notice is handed to cent of university graduates them in person. This will require with a post graduate or honours business owners to catch and identify degree. However, they can only wrong-doers before being able to be found in 20 per cent of senior trespass them. management positions and only Names of those tres passed are sent 17 per cent of private sector to the police, who then have power to boards. arrest them if they enter any premIt’s not that women of any ises signed onto the programme. age lack the skills or obvious HAVE YOUR SAY: Is the intelligence to put themselves programme a good idea? Email forward for leadership positions sophie.cornish@star.media.kiwi but they may need support and

confidence to take up the challenge. Christchurch Women’s Toastmasters, which meets weekly in Harewood Rd, has a phrase ‘supporting women to succeed’. In this club, women can gain both the speaking skills and leadership skills to take on any challenge. The group has attracted women from many walks of life and has a truly international feel as women of many different cultures find their speaking voice. The women in this club have used their skills to train business people in public speaking

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News Throwing punches a way to respect police „„ By Sophie Cornish BOXING IS how some Haeata Community Campus pupils are learning to respect police. A-Town boxing gym owner Jamie Roberts is trying to show school kids how relatable the police really are through his ‘Boxing 4 Life’ programme. “It’s good for the kids to see the police are cool people too,” he said. The programme, which runs three 90min lessons per week teaches pupils how to box as well as providing positive encouragement. Mr Roberts claims the programme is working better for younger pupils who enjoy stepping up to a challenge,

more than their teenage peers. “We encourage them to be a champion in all areas of their life, at home and at school and be the best that they can.” School staff have noted that the lessons are improving the pupils’ fitness levels as well as helping with their overall concentration and focus at school. Mr Roberts hopes to expand the programme to two or three more schools. JAB: Dylan Bowers, 8, throws some punches at Constable Pete Evans. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Superstar Adams comes to the east side „„ By Gordon Findlater HUNDREDS OF aspiring basketball players flocked to Cowles Stadium and the Celebration Stadium to see NBA star Steven Adams. The Oklahoma City Thunder centre was joined by teammate Andre Roberson and the team’s coach Billy Donovan. Other than getting the chance to interact with the NBA star, one of the highlights of the day was being introduced to MVP Russell Westbrook who talked via facetime (video cellphone call) with Roberson. Tickets for the first ever Steven Adams Camp held in Christchurch sold out in under an hour. The camp was the first of three run around the country by Sports Pathways. The objective of the camps is to provide an opportunity for youth players to train with him and expert coaches. While in Christchurch, Adams also visited the Nga Hau E Wha National Marae. Before heading back to the United States for the upcoming NBA season, Adams will host an invitational golf tournament in Auckland. •Your local sport, p8

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Hot tips to stop stove top fires „„ By Mark Thomas – specialist fire investigator I SEEM to spend some time every week complaining about the number of kitchen fires we’re going to. Not that we are moaning about having to go to them, but we know the inconvenience to anyone who has such a fire. People who suffer them regularly end up being treated for smoke inhalation after trying to control what happened. Last week was quite a busy one in the kitchen fire department, and a couple of the call-outs triggered messages we all should be aware of. The first was at Breezes Rd, Aranui, on Thursday and was a perfect example of the danger of leaving something combustible on a stove top. In this case, a plastic coffee grinder was cooked up because the element it was sitting on was turned on by mistake. I’ve seen bread boards, toasters and tea towels all cause a fire because an element was mistakenly

activated. If you persist in storing these things on the stove top, it’s almost inevitable that eventually the obvious will happen. They’re not storage areas. If you’re tempted to use them as such, then quite simply, don’t. The second fire was at Ferry Rd on Friday where a pot of burning oil was carried through the house in an effort to get it outside. Inevitably it was dropped as the flames increased. A fire on the stove top should be handled right there. If it can’t, get out and shut the door. Don’t spread the fire. 

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Book shows pupils the hidden world underneath their city FOLLOWING A successful part one, which sold out in a week, Christchurch – Our Underground Story is back with part two. The lift-the-flap picture book lets readers explore Christchurch’s hidden city, showing the work that the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team has done to repair and rebuild the city’s roads, bridges, pipes and retaining walls. Eight children from Rawhiti School gathered to witness the first school copy of the book being handed over by Nicky Wagner, Minister supporting Greater Christchurch Regeneration. This was followed by a reading of the book and some potential engineers even got to dress up in construction attire, ready for their first day on the job. The five SCIRT delivery teams (City Care, Fulton Hogan, Fletcher, Downer, and McConnell Dowell) have sponsored enough books for every primary school in Christchurch to receive a copy.

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Imagination Station to stay until Christmas

DIGGING: Ben Nicholls, Mitchell Lilly and Cole Yeoman got to work at Shirley Primary. GREEN THUMB: Mitch McMillan and Cyrus McLean planted a shrub. PHOTOS:

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HELPING HAND: Rachel and Ezra keep the school green.

„„ By Julia Evans GETTING THEIR hands dirty was not a concern for students during a planting day at Shirley Primary School. Pupils from the school were joined by their older counterparts from Shirley Boys’ High who got stuck into making and planting planter boxes. The day was organised by Corbin Newlands, who is on the Shirley Boys’ High environmental council.

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Corbin said the day was about keeping the community spirit that came after the earthquake alive. “We had such a good day. Students from the environmental council went down and some of the kids helped out with the planting,” he said. The supplies for the planter boxes were provided by Shirley Bunnings Warehouse GROW: Cyrus McClean and ASB served up a sausage planted a native tree. sizzle.

„„ By Sophie Cornish THE IMAGINATION Station in New Brighton will now keep its doors open until Christmas. Originally the pop-up building was only meant to be open for 10 weeks. The Imagination Station is a space where children can use Lego and Duplo to engage in creative play and learning. A ‘pay to enter’ model will start from Friday with a $2 minimum entry fee per person. The Imagination Station is open from 9.30am-5.30pm on Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. During the October school holidays, it will be open every day. Development Christchurch has reported that the pop-up Imagination Station attracted 700 people in its first two weeks. Out of those who have visited, 70 per cent said they came to New Brighton specifically for the pop up and 78 per cent said they would continue to shop in New Brighton after they visited.


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SBHS focus on nationals after trophy loss SPORTS

TEAM TALK: SBHS coach Scott Howell tries to rally his troops during the semi-final loss to Cashmere High last Tuesday. PHOTO: JAMES LISSAMAN

„„ By Sophie Cornish SHIRLEY BOYS’ High can now focus on qualifying for the national secondary schools basketball tournament. The team bowed out of the McDonald’s Thompson Trophy last week, but will play in the South Island championships in Dunedin next week, where they hope to qualify for the national tournament in Palmerston North on October 2-7. SBHS lost to hot favourite Cashmere High 77-52 in the semi-final of the McDonald’s Thompson Trophy. Cashmere will meet Christ’s College, who beat Rangiora High, in the final tonight. After being tied 30-all at half time, SBHS coach Scott Howell said Cashmere controlled the second half. “Unfortunately, in the third quarter, some small mistakes cost us. We missed a lot of easy shots and also missed more than 10

free-throws, which hurt us. On top of that, Cashmere lifted their game and started hitting their shots. By the end of the third quarter, we were down 15.” The team are continuing with their training routine in the lead up to the South Island championships and are looking into organising some practice games with other local sides. Howell believes SBHS have a tough pool. They will face Cashmere again and Otago Boys’ High, who he said are rumoured to be strong. SBHS will need to finish in the top two in their pool to qualify for the quarter-finals and finish in the top six to advance to the national tournament. SBHS will join 11 other Christchurch teams in Dunedin at the South Island championships.​They include Cashmere, St Thomas, Kaiapoi, Christchurch Boys, Rangiora, St Bede’s, Burnside, Middleton Grange, Papanui, Christ’s and St Andrew’s.

Queenspark takes out senior netball title „„ By Andrew King QUEESNPARK SCHOOL won the senior netball title at the Primary Sports Canterbury winter tournament on Thursday. More than 1700 pupils in 171 teams from 87 schools around Canterbury came together to play netball, hockey, football and rugby at South Hagley and English parks. All schools had to qualify through their school zone to be eligible for one of the biggest primary school sports events of the year, Primary and Canterbury AIMS sports director Lyn Miles said.

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CLIMATE CHANGE: This forum is part of a series of discussions on climate change. Go along for an opportunity to talk with scientists and specialists about potential solutions that are local and achievable. Take your ideas and questions and a $2 donation. Sunday, 3pm, The Good Shop, Carnaby Lane, New Brighton mall.

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