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Report highlights danger at intersection „„ By Julia Evans NEW RESEARCH reveals the controversial Glandovey and Idris Rds intersection is not suitable for heavy vehicles. The Glandovey, Idris and Straven Residents’ Association commissioned a tracking

analysis to look into traffic using the intersection. The report from traffic engineering company Traffic Design Group showed heavy vehicles could not navigate any turns of the Fendalton intersection without cutting into other lanes.

It comes during a year-long campaign from residents to improve safety at the intersection. Residents want to see heavy vehicles banned from driving through the area and this report only cements that, group member and Glandovey

Rd resident Nigel Francis said. The report has been sent to the city council. City councillor Raf Manji told the Nor’West News that when council resumed after the Christmas break, it would look into banning heavy vehicles from the area.

Mr Francis said the sooner trucks are banned from the area, the better. He said the design of the intersection means there is no room for heavy vehicles, cars and cyclists, which makes it dangerous. •Turn to page 5

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The last stage is under construction at McKenzie Lifestyle Village but there are still good sites available. We also have a number of affordable villas ready for immediate occupation. Prices range from $330,000 THE rolls on.outgoing fees are fixed for andSAGA our monthly On page 1 today we reveal the latest life. chapter in Fendalton bid to make Our beautiful residents’ Leisure Centre is very within their the residents who make anpopular intersection suburb safer. full very use proactive of the swimming andIdris spaand pools, The Glandovey, gymnasium, craft room, library and lounge Straven Residents’ Association commisarea. Outside, the Bowling Green is also sioned a private engineering company to provide dataMini-golf which and popular along with Petanque, they say strengthens their case that big trucks need to be banned from using the intersection. The residents have a very valid point. It’s the same across Christchurch in fact: Trucks now take short cuts through suburban streets to get to their destinations quicker. On page 3, the very proactive Papanui-Innes Community Board member John Stringer has been out with his camera. He wants Sissons Drive near Northlands tied up from a safety angle. He’s got a point. – Barry Clarke

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Safety concerns on narrow road „„ By Julia Evans IT’S ONLY a matter of time before someone is killed on a narrow road between Northlands Shopping Centre and Papanui High School. That’s according to PapanuiInnes Community Board member John Stringer, who has been lobbying for safety issues on Sissons Drive to be addressed John Stringer for the better part of the year. “A local fatality is a high possibility soon if we do not take action,” he said. Mr Stringer said he witnessed a crash where a vehicle went through the fence into a building at Papanui High School. “It could have hamburgered a mum with a pram or a cluster of Papanui students or cyclists into the metal railing fence and concrete wall,” he said. “There is a very wide pedestrian and cycleway alongside an extremely narrow two-lane carriage way flanked by concrete slab walls which is becoming a

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In Brief SPORTS CAR PARK GRANT The Belfast Sports and Community Centre has been granted $1500 by the Papanui-Innes Community Board to go towards repairing pot holes in its car park. The club wants to repair the superficial holes temporarily before looking at raising $87,000 to repair and reseal the entire car park. Due to the high cost, the club will look to repair the car park once earthquake strengthening has been completed on its building. BOYS’ HIGH RUGBY TOUR Ten Christchurch Boys’ High students received grants to compete at the world schools rugby festival in South Africa from April 2-7. Ryan Barnes, Sam Caldwell, Nathan Fahey-Baker, Mitchell Hay, Ben Lopas, Sean McKeon, Cullen Moody, David Ni, Brandon Prinsloo and Luke Timms were each given $200 to go towards the trip by the FendaltonWaimairi-Harewood Community Board.

CONGESTED: Papanui-Innes Community Board member John Stringer says someone will eventually be seriously injured or killed on Sissons Drive. PHOTO: JOHN STRINGER ​ crash corridor. In a crash, cars will bounce off into oncoming traffic or people.” The community board has asked city council staff for an audit of the traffic congestion

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Motorists targeted near St Albans School „„ By Julia Evans PUPIL SAFETY remains in the spotlight at St Albans School. A funding grant for an additional traffic warden and a two-week police sting were launched in a bid to address the ongoing problem of speed, dangerous driving and inappropriate parking which has been compromising the safety of pupils around Westminster, Trafalgar and Cranford Sts. Police and the city council ran the ‘education and enforcement – CHAOS at the school gates’ programme to address the issues. The programme wrapped up at the end of last month. Police and city council enforcement officers were at the site during the morning and afternoon to monitor the behaviour of motorists for two weeks. Papanui-Innes Community Board chairwoman Ali Jones said it was about changing the attitudes of motorists permanently. She said another operation was planned when the school reopened to keep the momentum up. “I don’t mean it as a pun but it’s about keeping that foot on the accelerator,” she said.

SAFETY: Lee Jewell guides St Albans School pupils across the road every morning and afternoon. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

However, she said the operation wasn’t entirely about being “punitive”. “It’s about education and educating people about how to navigate the area,” Ms Jones said. It comes as the board approved an additional $1500 grant to pay for another traffic warden and patrol – although the school initially requested $4500.

The school told the community board there was still an “immediate need” for further traffic wardens and patrol support. The school currently pays for two traffic wardens on Trafalgar and Cranford Sts using Ministry of Education funding. The community board has also requested that the city council

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•From page 1 “There’s a lot of heavy traffic that jams its way down here, down these narrow streets. It’s dangerous for us and anyone using the roads,” Mr Francis said. Group spokesman James Wilding said heavy vehicles are common in the area since it was upgraded from lights to a roundabout three years ago. The report comes following the release of city council safety audits to the group via the Local Government Official Information and Meeting Act in November. The audit said “death or serious injury” at the intersection of Glandovey and Idris Rds is “likely” once every five to 10 years due to visibility issues between vehicles and pedestrians. During the campaign to address roading concerns, city council chief executive Karleen Edwards recommended residents not be involved in a workshop to find solutions. However, the FendaltonWaimairi-Harewood Community Board went against that decision.


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Selwyn House’s top achievers honoured THE TOP achieving pupils from Selwyn House were honoured at the school’s end of year prize-giving. Special awards •Hannah Berrill – Angela Kearns award for academic excellence •Emma Cawood - Old Girls’ Cup for outstanding contribution •Neave Lowe - Junior school kindness cup •Amelia Frew and Niamh Hoare – Middle school kindness cup •Siobhan Hoare - Senior school kindness cup •Bridget Pye - Boarder IB values •Boeun Shim - International boarder •Gina Ensor - Boarder courtesy •Lulu O’Donnell - Janey Ward middle school prize •Sophie Schneideman Willetts middle school cup •Aurora Collier-Lowe Years 1-4 IB cup •Polly Aynsley - Years 5-8 IB Cup •Aurora Collier-Lowe and Ida Van Kan - Year 3 and 4 Spanish award •Honor Forbes - Year 5 and 6 Spanish Award •Eloise Sluis and Kate Gourley - Year 7 and 8 Spanish Award •Lottie Heywood - ICT •Hermione Murden Lapthorn Cup for leadership •Emily Cox - Zwart Cup for

NIGHT TO REMEMBER: Siobhan Hoare receiving the senior school kindness cup from principal Lynn Bird at the prize-giving event. GREAT WORK: Emma Cawood won the Selwyn House Old Girls’ Cup for outstanding contribution.

TOP NOTCH: Hannah Berrill was presented with the Angela Kearns award for academic excellence.

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Support and Resources for Independent Living Can we help you or someone you support? Disability Information Service – a ‘one stop information service’ which offers unbiased advice to assist people navigate their way to organisations or services that can provide them with support or advice. Aspire Canterbury Shop – shop online or call in to our shop at 314 Worcester Street and view our range of easier living products We also hire out wheelchairs, ramps and walkers. walkers to purchase (FroM $230) or hire

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Mobile Service – Fun interactive presentations of our information, services and easier living equipment. We come to you! To book our presenter to speak to your group call Richard at numbers below or email mobileservices@ aspirecanterbury.org.nz Mobility scooter demonstrations available. Aspire Canterbury is a not-for-profit organisation providing services to the community since 1981 Physical Address: 314 Worcester Street Linwood Christchurch

Postal Address: PO Box 32074 Christchurch 8147

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Small Group Tours for the over 50’s Domestic and International

Great Prices! england/Wales & Yorkshire Dales 23 August - 24 September 2018

enchanting Ireland & Scotland 31 May - 27 June 2018 curiosities of cuba 25 April - 21 May 2018 Treasures of Turkey 1 - 25 September 2018 captivating croatia, Slovenia montenegro & Venice 1 June - 25 June 2018

Vietnam & cambodia 4 - 26 October 2018 Beautiful norfolk Island 4 - 11 November 2018 Sicily, rome & Southern Italy 29 September - 24 October 2018

South Island Tours Glorious Autumn in Arrowtown 17 - 22 April 2018 catlins/Stewart Island 22 Feb - 2 Mar 2018 White herons, Glaciers & Alpine loop Tour 28 January - 2 February 2018

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Until Rachel Hunter’s popular TV series “TOUR OF BEAUTY” Dilo Oil was relatively Emerging research has shown as many as 50% of older adults and unknown, being one as many as 25% of younger adults are deficient in vitamin B12. of the best-kept secrets of the Pacific Islands. It Scientists at Rush University Medical were low in B12. may however be the number Center found those most deficient The reason so many people lack B12 one natural beauty oil available in vitamin B12 to have the smallest appears to be our body’s ability to absorb as it possesses powerful natural skin brain mass & the lowest scores on it declining with age as the digestive regeneration and healing properties. tests measuring short-term memory, system becomes less efficient. Anti-reflux According to ethnobotanist Chris concentration & brain performance. medication & other drugs further reduce Kilham, Dilo (pronounced dee-lo) Another study showed that older people B12 absorption. The good news is B12 in Oil is a powerful skin regenerator as with higher levels of B12 in their blood the form of Methylcobalamin sublingual it is one of the most effective agents have bigger, healthier brains & score higher tablets that are dissolved in the mouth & in promoting the regeneration and on cognitive tests than those with lower thru bypassing the digestive tract have levels. Yet another recent landmark study been shown to effectively raise B12 levels in formation of new tissue, thereby accelerating wound healing and showed that B12 supplementation slows the body. the growth of healthy skin. Dilo the accelerated rate of brain shrinkage Further detailed information is Oil is super-absorbing and can & declining cognitive function. B12 is available from the Natural Health penetrate all three layers of the essential for energy production, cell Advisers at Marshall’s Health & Natural skin, offering exceptional cell health, regulation of mood & sleep cycles, Therapy, 110 Seaview Road, New nerve health & repair, & prevention of Brighton, Phone: 388-5757. We are always hydration and regeneration. As well as this, Dilo Oil has homocysteine a serious cardiovascular happy to help! potent anti-inflammatory, risk factor that is known to cause damage antimicrobial, antifungal and & plaque in the blood vessels. It can also antioxidant properties. increase the chances of a stroke. Harvard Traditionally, Dilo Oil is used to keep the researchers found a skin young and youthful and for just about 34% decrease risk any skin complaint. Some of the conditions of vision loss in a for which it is considered helpful include study of participants abrasions, cuts and cracks, acne and aged 40+ who acne scars, pimples, blemishes, stretch supplemented with marks, wrinkles, blisters, burns (including B12. Another study chemical and radiation), diabetic sores, linked a higher risk of rashes, shaving irritation, dry or scaly skin, hearing loss in subjects in their 60’s who

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NATURAL HEALING & BEAUTY OIL As seen on Rachel Hunter’s Tour of Beauty Revered for centuries by Polynesians & Southeast Asians for its remarkable skin anti-aging & healing properties, Dilo oil comes from the nut of the sacred Dilo tree, “the tree of a thousand virtues”. Dilo oil is often called the beauty oil as it can penetrate all three layers of the skin offering exceptional cell hydration & regeneration. It has a unique ability to stimulate the growth of healthy skin cells & this gives it powerful anti-aging & healing properties that can help reduce lines, blemishes, scars & damage to the skin. It also possesses anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antifungal & antioxidant properties. Dilo Oil Supports • Anti-aging & skin regeneration, helps reduce lines, blemishes, scars & stretch marks • Skin hydration • Skin repair & growth, helps feed the skin & stimulate healthy new cells • Wound healing & skin protection from bacteria, viruses & fungus • Most skin problems, rosacea, pimples, ulcers & sores, acne, psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, rashes, blisters, skin eruptions, warts, insect bites & stings, athlete’s foot, burns, nappy rash etc. • Joint & muscular pain

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