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North-west suburbs worst for assaults on wardens „„ By Julia Evans PARKING WARDENS appear to be fair game in suburbs across the north-west. Latest statistics show of the 36 verbal and physical assaults on parking wardens in the city, seven were in Merivale, Redwood, Papanui and Belfast. And four of the seven incidents, including one of two assaults, took place in Merivale alone. On April 28, a parking warden was assaulted by the owner of the vehicle they were issuing a ticket on Papanui Rd outside Merivale Mall just before noon. The fine, for parking over the time limit, was $21. The offender had to have a restorative justice meeting with the parking warden and apologised. Wardens were also threatened and verbally abused on Leinster Rd in May and Winchester St in August. But they were not doing anything apart from walking along the road. It comes as the number of assaults and abuse being reported by the city’s parking wardens has increased in the past year, in spite of them being given body cameras to wear. •Turn to page 5

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FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK IT’S A tough job being a parking warden in the north-west part of the city as our statistics show on page 1. Being parking warden is a thankless job – for obvious reasons – and it takes a certain kind of character to be one – thick skin is an advantage. But it is a job that has to be done, otherwise no one would care about restricted parking. And the result of that would be a lot of angry motorists who wouldn’t be able to get a park. So if you’re getting a ticket take it on the chin instead of trying to land one on someone just doing their job. Congratulations to St Andrew’s for winning the Connetics first XI football competition against St Thomas (page 15). – Barry Clarke

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World-class problem solvers „„ By Julia Evans TWO CASEBROOK pupils have proved themselves among the top young problem solving minds in the world. Casebrook Intermediate School pupils Ben Donaldson and Bronte Perriam came back from the e-ICON World Contest in Busan, South Korea last week. And with them they brought a pair of best creativity awards. Deputy principal Nick Leith escorted Ben and Bronte over to the Korean Peninsula and said the trip was an incredible experience. “Both students were heavily involved in the creation and development of a mobile phone app package, including marketing and a business proposal for further investment,” he said. And even though Kim Jong Un was testing nuclear warheads across the border, Mr Leith said there was no evidence of a tense political climate whatsoever. “It’s something South Korea has been going through for 50 years, you couldn’t even tell anything was going on.” He said it was the heat that got to them more than any threat from North Korea.

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In Brief NEW REWI ALLEY BOOK Thirty years after former Christchurch Boys’ High School student Rewi Alley’s death, a new biography has been printed to introduce his achievements to younger generations. Written by his niece, Philippa Reynolds, it details the life of the writer, educator and political activist who dedicated 60 years to humanitarian causes in China. A copy of the biography was presented to Chinese vice-president Li Yuanchao at a ceremony in the Great Hall of the People, Beijing. CBHS will also hold a function in December to celebrate the 120th anniversary of Mr Alley’s birth. CYCLEWAY CONSTRUCTION Construction of the Northern Line cycleway connection between Harewood Rd and Restell St, Papanui, has begun. The work will end in mid-January. A new cycle and pedestrian crossing will also be created at the Harewood Rd railway.

WINNERS: After working 14-hour days, Ben Donaldson (left) and Bronte Perriam won best creativity awards with support from deputy principal Nick Leith.

Instead Ben and Bronte worked gruelling hours with two students from Buwon Middle School in Incheon. Mr Leith said they added the creative support to the expertise of their Korean teammates.

“They definitely had to work for the free trip, the work ethic across the competition was really high,” he said. Ben and Bronte were working 14-hour days on their app, in 34 deg C heat – although most of the time they were too busy to

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Your Local Views $100 wager ‘claimed’ Businessman and PapanuiInnes Community Board member John Stringer writes about a pair of busy Harewood intersections City councillor Aaron Keown’s Harewood, Gardiners and Breens Rds intersection “issue” is simply not a local priority. I live a few blocks from the intersection and have good-humouredly “claimed’’ Cr Keown’s $100 wager that his intersection

of Harewood, Gardiners and Breens Rd is the busiest intersection in Christchurch. It clearly isn’t and I live near

Aaron’s intersection on Harewood Rd. But its good he’s advocating for the locals and a simple traffic island would solve his problem as it has on the much busier Harewood and Russley Rds intersection. Just 1km from Cr Keown’s tame four-lane Harewood, Gardiners and Breens Rd intersection is the Harewood and Russley Rd intersection, which has 18 lanes entering and egressing a two-lane road. And Russley and Harewood Rd has no lights. It’s much more busy and would have 20 times more traffic than Harewood, Gardiners and Breens Rd. My intersection has a shopping strip, a school, a Playcentre and a church within 100m and the airport on the other side. And the only way for pedestrians or cyclists to cross my intersection is by literally going underground (through a tunnel). That beats Aaron hands-down. But I won’t be claiming his $100; instead I’ll be sending him a Monopoly $100 note or if he’d like to donate $50 of his $100 wager to a Papanui charity of my choosing I’ll give $50 to a Harewood charity of his choosing.

Readers of the Nor’West News respond to the article regarding congestion at the intersection of Colombo St and Edgeware Rd Simon O’Connor – I came across the article about the Edgeware Rd and Colombo St intersection and thought I’d add something to the mix, if it’s still topical. I’m feeling it is very topical. Because as a result our city has become swamped by excessive use of road safety signage, lights and bollards. Visually it is noise. The quantity and usage of vertical poles and traffic lights is absurd and this visual noise is fundamentally wrong. The city sadly lost a lot of its charm six years ago, and we are no longer a garden city. It seems there are more metal poles and yellow plastic trees than gardens. We cannot constantly facilitate the needs of people who are cannot think for themselves or other road users. It is the majority of us that actually suffer. It’s like someone at the city council is shareholder in these traffic safety equipment suppliers. I drive daily along Colombo St, turning left on Edgware Rd, so here are my qualified observations: •It now takes longer as a journey, I usually could turn left in 10 seconds, by giving way to others. •I sit at the traffic lights for around a minute waiting to turn

left, more greenhouse gas as I sit in congestion. •I sit at the traffic lights for imaginary cyclists who have their very own green light, but nobody is there? •Sometimes I have to wait for imaginary cyclists on two repeat instruction of the lights. •I see about two cyclists tops at 8.30am up Colombo St from Bealey Ave. •I know first-hand of a business on the corner of Bealey Ave and Colombo St who left her store due to reduced customers, lack of parking, and cycleway construction, which took months. Heather Wilkins – Be nice if they could get the intersections sorted. They may have turning lanes but they need their own turning lights and the turning lanes should turn at the same time like they do at Blenheim Rd where you come off the motorway, just like they do in Australia.


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ROADING: The city council installed yellow bollards at the intersection at Colombo St and Edgeware Rd.

The light frequency needs to go longer for the minor roads off the main roads as sometimes you can sit in the turning lane for four turns of the lights and with that the straight through sometimes only gets one car through and it changes again. Half a minute on Buchanans Rd and sometimes 2min on Carmen Rd. Drivers then may not go through a red light.

coming up Edgeware Rd from Abberley Cres. With the building of the new restaurant next to the supermarket, foot and vehicle traffic is bound to increase. Hopefully the traffic lights will help regulate the road hogs. Not holding my breath though. A speed camera could be useful. Connie Kruse Christensen – With this area being used as a rat-run along Trafalgar St, the traffic lights now allow pedestrians to safely cross Colombo St from Bailies’ offstreet car park to St Albans Pharmacy, and to also safely cross Edgeware Rd to Super Value and the new cafe opening soon. It’s a great improvement for safety walking between these good local shops.

Kelly Root – Wondered what the green mess was for. Christine Carr – I regularly shop at Edgeware and cross the intersections with my hearing dog. We are both elderly and slow. The problem I have is with the maniac speedsters who regularly try to beat the lights

•From page 1 But the city council said the new technology has encouraged staff to report incidents more, because the footage provided reliable evidence. The 21 parking wardens were given the body-mounted cameras in April last year. They can be activated if staff think their safety is at risk. “Our experience has shown that the body worn cameras have increased safety for our staff by lessening the seriousness of incidents and discouraging undesirable behaviour,” city council transport operations manager Aaron Haymes said.

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He said previously a number of incidents went under the radar, but the cameras now provided reliable evidence. “This means it’s more likely that somebody will be held to account for their actions, and that encourages staff to report.”

Mr Haymes said the city council was always working on initiatives that reduced the risk of staff being harmed. “We want to make sure our staff make it through their work day safely and get to go home at the end of each day to their families.”

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Church rebuild delayed again after fire Skate park „„ By Julia Evans THE REBUILD of the Bishopdale church gutted by an arson attack last year has been delayed by at least a year. Demolition of the St Margaret’s Presbyterian Church on Farrington Ave started earlier in the month and construction won’t begin until at least the middle of next year. Reverend Andrew Nicol said the lengthy insurance process meant the rebuild process hit a brick wall. “It’s part of a long insurance settlement process but it’s settled now . . . the ball is rolling,” Rev Nicol said. He said the church was used to long insurance processes after the earthquakes and fire, even if it was a little frustrating. “It always takes longer than you think,” he said. In January, Nor’West News reported the rebuild was set to begin in the middle of the year. Now Rev Nicol said the timeline wasn’t clear but the church was “optimistic” a rebuild would begin by June next year. However, he said the congregation has a more positive outlook since it had its decommissioning service at the beginning of August.

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REMAINS: The rebuild of St Margaret’s Presbyterian Church in Bishopdale, which was demolished after a fire last year, has been delayed by at least a year. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

“We’ve finished that process of saying goodbye, we can move onto the next chapter,” Rev Nicol said. The church is currently working with an architect, which is “really exciting”. The plans will then be approved by the congregation. “It’s now about being affirmative and complementary to the renewal of the whole area,” Rev Nicol said.

He said the church congregation was upset after the arson attack but the fire had emphasised how important the church is to the wider community. “There’s a good heart in Bishopdale and now we’re just looking to the future,” he said. The church suffered almost $2 million in damage when Cheyenne Destiny Jade Reed, a 35-year-old technician, broke

into it and started a fire in May last year. Reed was jailed for six years for the arson and other charges, including burglary, unlawful possession of a knife, breach of bail, receiving a computer and theft of a car. The congregation will continue to meet weekly at Isleworth School and is currently fundraising for the rebuild by selling cheese rolls.

„„ By Julia Evans A NEW skate park is in the pipeline for Papanui. The Papanui-Innes Community Board has asked city council staff to begin investigations into finding appropriate sites for a new skate park in the area. Staff are also investigating the possibility of offering free wi-fi at the park. To use a skate park, Papanui residents currently have to go to either St Albans, Burnside, Bishopdale or Belfast. City council staff will report back to the board on October 13 with appropriate sites and costings for design, consultation and construction. The board will then look to include this in its submission on the city council’s Long Term Plan later in the year. It comes as the board is also looking at extensions to the skate park half pipe at St Albans Park. •HAVE YOUR SAY: Does Papanui need a skate park? Where would you like to see it built? Email your views to julia.evans@starmedia.kiwi

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WINNERS: The year 7 to 8 chess champions, Amelia Marshall, Cara Birch, Emma Mason and Amanda Jiang from Selwyn House. ​

Chess champions SMOOTH: One of the St Andrew’s College jazz groups playing in the Winter Music Festival. ​

Festival flaunts musical talent songwriter session and jazz night. Songwriters showcased included Logan McAllister, Bella Ford and George White, who have recently been selected as finalists in the Play it Strange 2017 Lion Foundation Songwriting Competition. And the school’s jazz groups have also recently returned from

„„ By Julia Evans STUDENTS’ MUSICAL talent has been in the spotlight. Audiences of more than 200 gathered in the Christchurch Arts Centre’s Great Hall to see St Andrew’s College’s talent during its Winter Musical Festival. This year there were two evening sessions – an intimate singer

„„ By Julia Evans MORE THAN 100 students piled into the Selwyn House hall for the annual Girls’ Canterbury Inter-School Chess Competition And after a fierce day’s playing, it was schools from the north-

a hugely successful Southern Jam where the jazz orchestra and soul band brought home silver awards and the big band won gold. Also bringing home awards from the Southern Jam were students Anna Bennetto for best vocals, Serge Beaton for best trombone and Patrick Moran for best big band drummer and most outstanding musician.

west that dominated the winners’ list. Waimairi Primary School won the year 1 to 6 competition, Selwyn House won year 7 to 8 and Christchurch Girls’ High School won the year 9 to 13.

BRAIN POWER: Girls’ battled it out at the Selwyn House School hall during the competition.

Awards for choirs „„ By Julia Evans A PAIR of silver awards from a national choir competition have been won by north-west schools. The St Margaret’s College Chamber Choir and Resolutions from Rangi Ruru Girls’ School both received silver at the Big Sign Finale. The students performed at gala evenings at the end of August in VOCALS: St Margaret’s College Chamber Choir performing at the Aotea Centre, Auckland. the Big Sing Finale. ​

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„„ By Sophie Cornish CHILDREN WILL learn valuable gardening skills and knowledge during the Daltons Sunflowers in Kindergartens Project. Seventeen Christchurch kindergartens will compete to grow the tallest sunflower or widest sunflower head. Each kindergarten was sent a Daltons starter pack with everything the children need to grow their own sunflowers, which have the potential to grow up to 4m. The tallest sunflower ever grown in

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PHOTOS: MARTIN HUNTER TEACH: Papanui High School year 10 student Henri Liswoyo (left), 14, helps Ginny Bonisch with her iPad, while Tyler Hawthorn, 14, helps Ann McGrain.

Library service bridges generation gap with tech help are giving up their lunch breaks each Tuesday for the Papanui Library’s new programme – GenConnect. Librarian Lisa Sanger said the library is delighted to announce

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UPGRADE: The single lane road bridge is set to be closed while part of the Western Bypass is worked on. ​

Upgrade for Groynes bridge PART OF The Groynes is set to be inaccessible by car. A single-lane road bridge near the Groynes Dr entrance needs to be widened to allow for twoway traffic and pedestrian access on both sides. During the first three to four weeks of construction the city council reserve will remain open. But the road bridge being upgraded, which leads towards the dog park and some picnic areas, will be closed to vehicles. Car access will be limited to the south picnic area and car park.

As part of the planned upgrade, a culvert under the bridge is being replaced and widened to allow better water movement, improve water quality and allow fish to move more freely. Work is expected to start on September 11. It has been prompted by construction of the new Western Belfast Bypass on Johns Rd, which will affect traffic pressures in the area. Regional parks operations manager Kay Holder said The Groynes is a popular recreation reserve and the upgrade is needed to ensure it remains

easily accessible. “We’re confident any inconvenience caused in the short term will be worth it for the long term gains,” she said. Pedestrian entry to the dog park and northern side of the river will be using a footbridge to the west or the metal swing bridge. That bridge has just been repaired and re-opened after being closed to the public since the 2011 earthquakes. There is also access via a walking route from Darroch St around the Otukaikino track.

DEB MORRISON has always dreamed of being a nurse. And thanks to a workplacebased training programme, the Belfast receptionist is on a mission to upskill and follow her dreams. Ms Morrison has worked at the Belfast North Mediqual Doctors for 15 years. “I’ve always wanted to do my training as a nurse but I never had the opportunity to do this when I was growing up,” she said. “This is a journey I’ve always wanted to take.” Ms Morrison has just completed an apprenticeship in primary care practice assistance, becoming the first apprentice to graduate from the new programme developed by the industry training organisation, Careerforce. She said the apprenticeship has given her a newfound selfassurance in many aspects of her role. “Now I find myself feeling a lot more confident so I will give things a go, whereas before I would just sit back and watch,” she said. Her new-found skills and confidence has also provided a welcome boost to her employer and practice team of five doctors and four nurses, as now Ms Mor-

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MEOW: Go along to the Christchurch All Breeds Cat Club cat show on Sunday. There will be judges from Australia and New Zealand judging some of the best long-haired, short-haired and domestic cats from all around the country. On show will be siamese, burmese, persians, maine coons and many more. Meet the breeders and have an opportunity to see and maybe have a cuddle with your favourite breed. There will also be a chance to vote for your favourite cat. If you are thinking of giving cat-showing a go you could also have a chat to one of the committee members. Sunday, 10am to 4pm at Papanui High School. Adults $5, children $2.

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TOP BALLERS: Rangi Ruru beat Christchurch Girls’ High 51-37 to claim the Whelan Trophy. PHOTO: RANGI RURU GIRLS’ SCHOOL

Rangi claim second basketball title in row „„ By Andrew King RANGI RURU Girls’ School have won back-to-back Whelan Trophy division one titles, beating rivals Christchurch Girls’ High 51-37 last week. Played at Cowles Stadium, it was a repeat of last year’s Canterbury secondary school basketball final and, once again, Rangi Ruru came out on top. The final score was very different to the 74-62 final last year, when they wrested the LOCATION ADVERT.pdf trophy offNEW CGHS. Rangi Ruru Alice Sproat was

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„„ By Andrew King CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’ high have lost their second consecutive bid to make the top four after being beaten in Invercargill 36-31 by Southland Boys’ High on Saturday. A try to Southland fullback Ben Pope late in the game sealed the win, but the amount of extra time played by former international netball referee Jono Bredin was a big talking point. An extra 7min was played on top of regulation time.

SPORTS But CBHS coach Danny Porte said he “doesn’t want to get into that”. “It was frustrating. We did all we could and emptied the tank, it was one of the better performances we have had, he said. “But it was not quite enough in the end.” “They can be proud of how

League world cup prize inspires students „„ By Andrew King THE RUGBY League World Cup kicks off next month and last week north-west students got a look at what the Kiwis will be gunning for – the Paul Barrière Trophy. The competition will feature 14 men’s and six women’s international teams and be hosted in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Fendalton Open-Air School, Breens Intermediate and St Albans School all had the trophy pass through their doors, giving them a chance to have a look at international league’s top prize. Breens Intermediate principal Nikki Clarke said they were excited to welcome the trophy and hear from representatives from

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CHAMPIONS: St Andrew’s won the Connetics football competition 5-4 on penalties last week, while the St Andrew’s girls (below) were beaten 3-1 by Cashmere High in their final. (Below left) St Andrew’s celebrate with the Connetics Cup.

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Denture specialists expert at problem solving for patients Ryan Carlton and his team of expert technicians at Dentures Plus in Innes Road are highly skilled in the design and manufacture of flexible partial dentures. “We also use industry-leading injection moulding equipment for all our dentures, Ryan says, “and we provide dentures not only for our own patients, but also for dentists throughout New Zealand.” For anyone experiencing problems with their teeth or gums Dentures Plus offers a free consultation to assess their oral health and possible treatment plans, Ryan says. “People needing first-time dentures or immediate dentures can come directly to us and we will work with their regular dentist or if necessary arrange with another dentist for the extraction of their teeth in preparation for getting dentures fitted,” he says. “Our team are excellent at problem solving for our patients and providing them with a comfortable, functional, natural-looking solution.” Ryan emphasises the importance of keeping dentures clean and healthy to avoid the damage that can occur from wearing them. Dentures Plus offers a full

range of products for keeping dentures in tip-top condition, including denture cleaners, brushes and denture baths for soaking the dentures. He particularly recommends Caldent denture cleaner, as it is non-abrasive and effectively removes stains, calculus and plaque. All the products can be purchased at the clinic, or through the Dentures Plus website, www.denturesplus.co.nz. While Christmas is still a few months away, for those people wanting to have new dentures in time for the festive season, now is the time to get the process underway, Ryan says. “By talking to us now, and getting started, the new dentures will be settled in and comfortable by Christmas, so you can enjoy all the festivities without any denture problems.” Dentures Plus is located at 396 Innes Road. To make an appointment to discuss your needs, phone 385 5517.

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TOP

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Jenni Rolton

Richard Dawson

Chris Lewis

ST ALBANS

FENDALTON

Chris Campbell

ILAM 2

ILAM

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Corina Grey

Grant Milligan

Allicia Beirne

ILAM 2

ILAM

FENDALTON

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Don Yee

Bridget Perry

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Janine Laney

Nerina Higgins

Cathy Carter

Steven Marshall

ILAM 2

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FENDALTON

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Sally Pomeroy

Peter Hampton

Erin Whale

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Win-Win Congratulations to our Top 20 consultants for July 2017 It’s an unquestionable truth – the success of our clients is directly tied to the success of our people. That’s why it’s their triumphs we celebrate as much as those of the individuals you see here. We want to thank our clients for their trust in us. We wish to congratulate our high achievers for their passion and dedication, their unique expertise and exemplary service. We look forward to further success with you in the years to come.

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