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Workload, pay problems for board „„ By Sarla Donovan THE BANKS Peninsula Community Board could lose members if pay rates aren’t increased. A population-based funding model means board members are paid less than half those on citybased boards. Banks Peninsula board members are paid $9527 compared with between $22,503 and $23,742 for those in the city. First time board member John McLister said he won’t stand again if the status quo remains in place. And others say that given the heavy workload and low remuneration, they would have to seriously consider whether they put themselves forward in the 2019 local body elections. Currently, city council and elected board members’ pay rates are set by the Remuneration Authority in Wellington. A recent proposal to shift responsibility for deciding pay rates onto city councils would allow them to better reflect community needs and workloads. Board chairwoman Christine Wilson said she supported the idea. •Story, pages 6-7

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THERE’S trouble at t’mill. Well on the Banks Peninsula Community Board anyway. On page 6 and 7 today, we reveal a growing annoyance over the amount of money board members are paid compared with their counterparts in Christchurch. We also compare the amount of time board members put in compared to their Christchurch counterparts. And the Banks Peninsula members definitely have a point. Banks Peninsula members (excluding the chair, deputy chair and councillor Andrew Turner) are paid $9527. Members of the ition datE] six Christchurch community boards receive between $22,503$23,742. Pay rates are based on population but that could change this year as the Remuneration Authority assess the formula. The sooner it is changed the better. – Barry Clarke

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„„ By Julia Evans MARLON Williams has opened for Bruce Springsteen, won a Silver Scroll, and played Later . . . with Jools Holland. And that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Lyttelton songwriter’s recent achievements. But in the midst of international success, the 27-year-old hasn’t forgotten where he calls home. In the music video for Williams’ latest single, What’s Chasing You, eagle-eyed people will spot the New Brighton Pier featured in the background. The video, released on Friday, was shot on South Brighton beach by Christchurch filmmaker Martin Sagadin. It features a swaggering Williams who seemingly bullies other beach-goers with dance moves. Said Williams of his latest song title: “It’s an earnest question. It’s the only thing I’ve ever really wanted to know of another human being. Like all good questions, it’s childishly simple. We all want to live inside the fears of the ones we

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love, if not to dispel them then at the very least to understand, empathize and let’s be honest, compare hands. I’m not convinced truly understanding another’s woes would really bring anyone happiness, but I am a nosey boy. What’s chasing you?” The single is the latest release from the now Melbournebased songwriter’s upcoming sophmore album Make Way for

Love, which comes out February 16. The album was written in the wake of Williams’ break-up with another acclaimed Lyttelton songwriting talent Aldous Harding. “Then I wrote about 15 songs in a month,” he recalled. Harding’s vocals feature alongside Williams on the record’s debut single Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore. A song which tackles the way

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Buskers in our backyard Does he put them anywhere else on his body? “I would never put a band anywhere that potentially cause injury.” He claims to know more about rubber bands than anyone else, except the guy that makes them. Apparently close encounters with rubber bands help keep you looking youthful. “I went to see a plastic surgeon and asked if one day I might go from looking like a young man to an old man overnight. Would my face suddenly sag? He informed me that these weekly events are very good for the face. It’s the same as getting a facial massage, it keeps the skin flexible and should theoretically prevent wrinkles.” He loves what he does. “Being self-employed for the last 20 years; travelling the world....why would I want to change that?” You can catch Shay Horay in the central city performing Rubberband Boy’s Greatest Hits, ‘The One Man Band’ - a musical instrument powered by you guessed it a rubberband - a pogostick escape that will blow your mind and of course the routine that has made him famous worldwide.

„„ By Sarla Donovan A LINEUP of international buskers will be performing in Lyttelton’s backyard on Saturday as part of the 25th World Buskers Festival. In Albion Square from 10.30am, there will be Sharon Mahoney from Canada; at 11.20am, Witty Look from Japan; 12.10pm, Kilted Colin from the United States and at 1pm Snap Boogie performs, also from the US. Festival organiser Melissa Haberfield said it was the first time performing in New Zealand for all except Sharon Mahoney. There will be festival staff onsite giving out pocket guides for the whole festival as well as other giveaways. Meanwhile, a Lyttelton busker will once again feature in the central city festival line-up. Lyttelton’s famous ‘Rubber Band Boy’ Shay Horay (left) holds the Guinness world record for 78 bands. The 38-year-old is back at the festival for the 21st time and says after 12 years of stretching rubber bands over his face, he still loves the routine.

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Dispute looming over pay for The Remuneration Authority will decide if Banks Peninsula Community Board members will be paid the same as their Christchurch counterparts. If they don’t get equal pay there could be departures. Sarla Donovan reports

A random five-month comparison of last year’s Banks Peninsula Community Board meetings with city-based board, FendaltonWaimairi-Harewood, showed a big disparity in the length of meetings:

FIRST-TIME BANKS Peninsula Community Board member John McLister is a busy man. A father of two young children, he fits his board responsibilities around a full-time job and also chairs the Lyttelton Seafarers Centre Charitable Trust. Before standing for the board in the 2016 local body elections, he had coached all the junior rugby teams in Diamond Harbour. So he’s not without community spirit. But just over a year into his role with the board, Mr McLister TAKING A STAND: John McLister won’t stand again for the Banks Peninsula Community Board is calling out a “stupid system” unless the pay rate is increased. of remuneration which assumes Banks Peninsula Community Board work is less than that by the Remuneration Authority of our board is half those of fortnightly, lasted just 4min. required in town. using a population-based model, the boards in town,” said Mr Now the Remuneration It is a wrong assumption, so boards in areas with bigger McLister. “But it isn’t. Our meetAuthority is proposing to shift he said, but one he claims the populations get better remunera- ings are as long as theirs, we responsibility for deciding Remuneration Authority refuses tion. travel more, and have more local councillors and elected board to alter. It means Banks Peninsula’s community association meetings members’ pay onto city councils The city council has raised ordinary board members to attend. On any measure, our to better reflect community concerns over the way – excluding the chair, board works as hard as needs and workloads. community board memdeputy chair and city any board in the city.” But a submission on the bers’ pay was determined councillors – receive His argument has plan, put together by city by population, rather than $9527 a year. That is less stemmed from figures council staff after feedback workload, but Mr McListhan half the $22,503showing big variations from community board ter said the authority had $23,742 paid to members in the length of commembers and city counciltold him it wouldn’t be of the six city boards. munity board meetings, lors, said it is not in favour changing the populationBanks Peninsula with Banks Peninsula of the plan. based formula, even Community Board chair- having some of the long- Felix Dawson “Councils deciding on Jed though it is considering est and Fendalton-Waicouncillor and community O’Donoghue woman Christine Wilson other changes. is paid $19,056, while the mairi-Harewood some board remuneration would Pay rates for the mayor, city other board chairs earn between of the shortest. Last year, one of be problematic and have the councillors and community $45,006-$47,484. the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harepossibility to cause unnecessary board members are currently set “That’s all fine if the workload wood meetings, which are held tension,” the submission said.

•Fendalton-WaimairiHarewood Community Board meetings: April 10 lasted 105min; April 24 4min; May 8 74min; May 22 111min; September 11 42min; September 25 19min; October 9 14min; October 24 60min; November 13 72min; November 27 33min. 10 meetings = 7 hours •Banks Peninsula Community Board meetings: April 10 lasted 315min; May 22 198min; May 8 200min; November 13 219min; November 27 190min; October 9 107min; October 30 26min, September 11 182min; September 25 300min. Nine meetings = 32 hours

“The impact of legislative requirements for council decisionmaking and public participation could make decision-making contentious and open councils up to unnecessary public criticism.” Consultation on the plan closed on December 15. The authority is considering the feedback and aims to have new rules in place by the next local body elections in October, 2019. Mr McLister said he won’t stand in those elections if remuneration is not improved. “It is not just a question of money. I want to see a fair deal for anyone standing for our community board. Reasonable remuneration attracts talented people from a wide spectrum of society. I don’t want to be elected because no one else will stand. That’s not democracy.” 

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community boards He said a mechanism was needed to either improve remuneration or reduce the board’s workload. “The mayor has said she wants to delegate more authority to boards, but to a board like ours that is already working far beyond the remuneration that we get; why would you delegate to us? We have been delegated responsibility for the Naval Point development, for instance, which is a huge thing.” Ms Wilson said she didn’t think population was a Pam Richardson fair way to determine pay rates and she supported the Remuneration Authority’s proposed changes. She said it was too soon to say whether she would stand again, but the level of remuneration would not affect her decision, “as this is something I was aware of going in to this term”. Banks Peninsula Community Board deputy chairwoman Pam Richardson said as the former chairwoman of the AkaroaWairewa Community Board, she had gone “from a high rate to a low rate” and she would “seriously have to consider” whether to stand again next time. Board member Janis Haley said remuneration wouldn’t have any bearing on her decision to stand again, but it might put others off, especially younger candidates. “I don’t think it’s democratic.” Board member Jed O’Donoghue said remuneration wouldn’t be his only consideration, but he was finding the time commitment challenging. Working full-time as a train driver for KiwiRail, last year he had to take 20 days of annual leave to allow him to attend the

the workload would be. “The board have told the authority and the city council that, should remuneration remain what it is, we don’t think anyone would stand (in 2019).” Board member Felix Dawson is self-employed and said it was a “financial stretch” to lose a day a fortnight. He said the lower pay for Banks Peninsula board members was unfair. “I can’t see how any reasonable person would think it’s anything but.”

•The Akaroa-Wairewa Community Board was amalgamated with the Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community Board prior to the October 2016 local body elections, creating the Banks Peninsula Community Board. •The Banks Peninsula board includes about 30 separate communities. •Former Lyttelton-Mt Herbert board chairwoman Paula Smith said the amalgamation meant the board area effectively doubled, but pay rates actually fell. •Ms Smith said the Lyttelton-Mt Herbert board had previously made a case for Banks Peninsula being an isolated community – the authority makes exceptions for island communities. But after signalling at the 2013 election that it would no longer accept that argument, remuneration was reduced in 2016 from about $12,000 to the current $9527 per annum.

Banks Peninsula city councillor and Deputy Mayor Andrew Turner attends board meetings as part of his responsibilities. He is paid $118,220. -Akaroa-Wairewa was amalgamated with the Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Board prior to the October 2016 local body elections, creating the Banks Peninsula Community Board. -It includes about 30 separate communities. -Former Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Board chairwoman Paula Smith said the amalgamation meant the board area effectively doubled but pay rates actually fell. -Ms Smith said the board had previously made a case for Banks Peninsula being an isolated community - the authority makes exceptions for island communities. But after signalling at the 2013 election that they would no longer accept that argument, renumeration was reduced in 2016 from about $12,000 to the current $9,527 per annum.

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Boys just want to have fun Redcliffs 17-year-old Sean Bennett (right) and his Cashmere High School mates Karamuu Taratoa-Bannister, 16, and Dom Budgen, 16, headed down to Moncks Bay when temperatures soared to 28 deg C last week. A swim at the Christchurch Yacht Club wouldn’t be the same without throwing Dom in when he least expected it, they said. PHOTOS: MARTIN HUNTER

TAYLORS MISTAKE Surf Life Saving Club will benefit from a sausage sizzle on Saturday. The Emergency Services Volunteer Barbecue encourages locals to support the club by heading down to Bunnings Warehouse Riccarton, between 9am and 4pm, to buy a sausage or make a donation. All money raised from the barbecue will go directly to the club. Surf Life Saving New Zealand senior executive Matt Warren said he’s looking forward to seeing the community come together to support emergency services. “This great initiative will see all funds raised go straight to local surf life saving clubs, helping our volunteers continue serving the community in times of need. “We encourage locals to head to their local Bunnings to buy a sausage or make a donation to help us raise funds and continue the vital work we do,” he said. Bunnings Warehouse Riccarton complex manager Morgan Walker said it is a way for team members and the community to show their appreciation for everyday heroes and the important work they carry out on a day to day basis.


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Your Local Views Thanks to the volunteers In her first column of the year, Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson thanks the workers and volunteers who keep things running smoothly over Christmas and New Year, and acknowledges those affected by the Gelita fire in Woolston

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THE HOLIDAY period is over for most people now and what a mixed bag of weather we have had over this time. I trust that you have had some time for rest and recreation and spending time with family and friends. While many of us did just that, others spent their “holiday” time making sure that we were safe. So I want to give a big shout out and thanks to the many volunteers who work so hard, not for recognition or acknowledgment, but for the good of others. Whether it be the surf lifesavers, the firefighters, the coastguards, community patrols or the many others that keep our communities strong

DESTRUCTIVE: The Gelita Factory in Woolston was destroyed by fire on January 4, putting nearly 60 jobs at risk.

and well or those who support the social side – the volunteer library staff, those who run free holiday programmes or those who visit people who are alone. Thank you all so much. And I also want to acknowledge all the staff (and their families) from Gelita. The long-established Woolston factory has been undertaking significant work to stop the odours emitted by

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WORK HAS RAMPED UP IN JANUARY Following the road opening on 15 December, most of the work sites closed down to help with traffic flow over the busy Christmas period. The work programme is now back in full delivery which will have a significant effect on the coastal corridor. NZ Transport Agency Journey Manager Tresca Forrester says ‘It’s a balancing act to schedule the reinstatement work to have a minimal effect on travel time while also ensuring the work gets done. Drivers should now expect it to take at least 5 ½ to 6 hours to drive between Picton and Christchurch on SH1 but should allow plenty of extra time in case of delays. Check www.nzta.govt.nz/p2c for the latest information.’

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Road ‘madness’ fuels call-outs There was bit of madness on the road, but fire call-outs were surprisingly quiet, given the dry conditions. Sarla Donovan does a round up of how fire stations in the bays area fared over the holiday period THE AKAROA Fire Brigade officer Daryl Sayer said it had was quiet between Christmas five call-outs between Christmas and New Year but since then it Day and January 11. had “gone crazy”, said chief fire None were serious, he said, officer Mark Thomson, with adding that it was pleasing to about five call-outs last week to see people were letting off fewer motor vehicle accidents. fireworks than normal. There has been two The brigade had 88 fatal accidents within call-outs during the the past four weeks. year. Motor vehicle acGovernors Bay chief cidents were on the infire officer Andrew Norcrease as a proportion ris said 2017 had been of the brigade’s work. busier than usual with Poor judgement, lack 118 call-outs between of knowledge about January 1 and December road rules, impatience 31. and increasing volumes Mark Thomson The station averaged of traffic could all be about 70 call-outs a year. contributing factors, Much of that increase said Mr Thomson. could be put down to the Port Only two fire call-outs had Hills fires in February, Mr Norbeen taken over the holiday peris said. riod, one a bonfire lit by campers It had also been a busy period trying to stay warm. since Christmas Day with seven “Everybody’s so aware of the call-outs to January 11. risks since the Port Hills fires.” Three were motor vehicle acThe number of call-outs had cidents, including a fatal crash been about normal for the holion Dyers Pass Rd. day period in Little River. Two were “smoke chasers” There was “plenty of madness – calls reporting sightings of on the road, but luckily we didn’t smoke which turned out to be have too much to do”, said Little River chief fire officer David Irving. Motor vehicle incidents made up a third of Little River’s 99 call-outs last year, with fire and medical events each making up a third. The prospect of two new fire trucks arriving mid-year was something to look forward to, said Mr Irving. “We’ve probably got enough funding for our new support vehicle as well, which is due for replacement, so it could be a big year for us vehicle-wise.” Sumner Fire Brigade chief fire

CRASH: The Akaroa Fire Brigade attended multiple vehicle accidents since New Year’s Day, including the crash above on January 5, in which no one was injured. ​

clouds or dust. One call was about a tree that came down in strong wind and one was a false alarm at the Governors Bay Hotel caused by water. Diamond Harbour chief fire officer Bob Palmer said the station had been relatively quiet with no fire calls since Christmas Day, though there had been

“a few medical calls as usual”. outs over the course of the year, Recent rain had dampened on a par with previous years. tinder dry conditions and, on the “The usual average is between whole, people were 110-130. It can be higher or “pretty fire wise lower, depending on weaththese days”, he said. er and seismic events.” He Call numbers were said about seven brigade slightly down on the volunteers were starting average 100 for the to train for the annual year. Firefighter Sky Tower Stair Lyttelton Fire BriChallenge in Auckland in gade chief fire officer May, a national fundraiser Mark Buckley said it for leukaemia and Blood had been quiet over Cancer New Zealand. Mark Buckley the holiday period About 150 brigades take with only two or part, and Lyttelton was three minor calls. usually in the top two for funds The station fielded 118 callraised, Mr Buckley said, averaging about $15,000. “We’re really proud of our guys that participate in that. We’ve got about three members within the team that are very passionate about what they’re fundraising DEDICATED: Lyttelton Fire Brigade members have been for. They’re very diligent – every training and fundraising for Saturday they’re along at the Lytthe Firefighter Sky Tower Stair telton Farmers’ Market shaking Challenge in May. the bucket.”

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PHOTO: CORY/NZ SURFING MAGAZINE YOUNG GUN: Ava Henderson (above left) won her first national title in Gisborne in the under-14 girls category, while her mum Donna won her second national title in the women’s over 40.

Mother, daughter win on the waves A TRIO of local surfers have returned home with titles after competing at the national surfing championship at Makorori Beach, Gisborne, last week. Taylors Mistake mother and daughter, Donna and Ava Henderson, had the perfect family vacation by both claiming gold

medals. Donna won the women’s over 40 title with a score of 10.2 in the final. She also finished third in the longboard category. Her daughter Ava, 12, took out her first national title by winning the girls under-14 section with a score of 13.7 to finish ahead of Levin’s Natasha Gouldsbury and Piha’s Liv Haysom. More impressively, Ava also

competed in the girls under-16 against much older opposition where she held her own. She posted the top score of 12.4 in the heats before being eliminated at the semi-final stage. Donna is the founder of the Christchurch School of Surf at Sumner Beach. She has been surfing since her early 20s and won her first national title at the age of 42 in

2017. Ava on the other hand has now already claimed her first national crown at just 12-yearsold. Redcliffs resident Lucy Te Moananui also claimed a title in Gisborne in the women’s over 30 category. She also finished third in the women’s stand up paddleboard final with a score of 9.97 behind Stella Smith from Gisborne

and Alexis Poulter from Waihi. Te Moananui also made it to the semi-final stage in the longboard. There was also success for Estella Hungerford, who finished second in the women’s longboard with a score of 6.83, behind Auckland’s Sasha Brownlie. Hungerford also finished fourth in the girls under-16 final by scoring 7.17.

RIPPING INTO IT: Estella Hungerford (left) finished second in the women’s longboard and fourth in the under-16 girls. Lucy Te Moananui won the women’s over 30 category and finished third in the SUP. PHOTO: CORY/NZ SURFING MAGAZINE

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Saturday 20 January, 1–4pm New Brighton Beach, north of the pier Come on down to Kite Day and watch amazing kite’s soar on the steady sea breeze. Make your own kite or buy one from The Kite Shop on the day. Kite makers from around the country travel to be part of this popular, free family event.

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Neo-soul artist Sacha Vee, scorches her stage, exuding power and sass with every note. This international gem, with an impressive track record, will deliver a pulsating showcase of her own soulful sound with her all-star live band. Put summer into your Sundays with Ingham’s Lazy Sundays.

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A letter to our community. Thank you to our wonderful staff and to all those helping us following the recent devastating fire at the GELITA NZ plant in Woolston, Christchurch. There were four people on site at the time of the fire and fortunately no one was hurt. The fire has caused major structural and electrical damage, primarily in our processing area, and the food manufacturing areas of the plant. Our first job is to clean up, now that the fire and insurance investigators have given us the go ahead. The clean-up operation will include the removal of partially processed beef hide from the site over the next three or so weeks. During the removal, there will unfortunately be increased odours at some stages of the day. We are keenly aware of our near neighbours and will work very hard to keep the impact to an absolute minimum. Despite our best efforts, we expect that there will be spikes in odour while the partly processed material is treated and removed. It’s a huge job. But, once the material is removed, the source of the odour will have been eliminated. We are grateful for your patience and understanding while we undertake this work and we apologise for any short-term effect this may have on our local community. GELITA NZ takes beef hide, a by-product from meat works, extracts the collagen, and turns it into gelatine powder for use in a broad range of industries including the food, beverage, health and pharmaceutical sectors. While the fire has been a major setback for GELITA NZ, the plant was fully insured and our parent company has established a support team in Germany to help us through this period of uncertainty. Our customers are being serviced by the wider GELITA group while we plan for our future. We remain positive. GELITA NZ employs 60 staff and a further 300 indirectly. About three-quarters of our high quality gelatine is sent overseas. There is no doubt that we face a difficult period but we will continue to work hard for our future.

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Holiday Activity – Create a Lion Note Holder Wednesday, 11-11.45am Use a special quilling tool and bright craft materials to create a lion note holder for your desk at home. Library staff will assist you with your creations, and all craft materials are supplied by the Make Company. Free event but bookings are essential. Phone 941 7923 for more details. Recommended for ages five to 12. Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre Strength ‘n’ Stretch Class Wednesday, 6-7pm For women in their fab-50s and beyond. Enjoy a whole body workout at a medium level which includes exercise to music, circuit stations and more. First class is half price. St Andrews church, 148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $10 Use it or Lose it Wednesday, 9-9.50am This class is for the over-50s and is a gentle exercise class suitable for those wanting to improve their strength, balance and mobility. Have fun in a friendly atmosphere, meet new people and get active and fit at the same time. First class is half price.

Redcliffs Bowling Club, James St, Redcliffs. $6 Holiday Activity: Treasures in the Library Thursday, 1-2.30pm Did you know that there is treasure in the library? It’s hidden all over the place, all you’ve got to do is just look for it. Are you up for the challenge? Enjoy storytelling, go on a scavenger hunt in the library to discover treasures and then get crafty by making your own little treasure box to take home with you. Free event. Bookings essential ph 9417923. Recommended for ages 5-12 years Lyttelton Library Create ‘n’ Connect Thursday, 9.30am-noon Enjoy company and creativity at the weekly Create ‘n’ Connect art and craft group. Bring your own project or just go along and get some inspiration. Cost is $3 per session. Contact Beth for more information on 022 678 1252 St Andrews church, 148 Main Rd, Redcliffs Mini Music Thursday, 9.30am Get your pre-schoolers rocking

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Waipapa Ave, Diamond Harbour The Banks Peninsula A&P Association Little River Show Saturday, 8am A great day out for all of the family, with dog trials starting at 7.30am and horse classes at 8am; magic shows, balloon fun and a kids cup cake competition – decorate a cup cake and win a grand prize. At 12.30pm it’s the dog high jump, 2pm the Peninsula to Plate grand-final with Richard Till and the sheep shearing competition starts at 3.30pm. Cost is $10 for adults –

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Holiday Activity – Make a Pinwheel Tuesday, 11am-12noon Using simple materials (straws, paper, scissors and pins) create a spinning fan to cool you off this summer. Free, no bookings required. Caregiver needed. Lyttelton Library Markets: Lyttelton Farmers’ Market and Lyttelton Craft Market: Saturday, 10am-1pm, London St. Mt Pleasant Farmers’ Market: Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd. Akaroa Farmers’ Market: Saturday, 9.30am-1pm, Madeira Car Park. Sumner Market: Sunday, 11am-3pm, Cnr Esplanade and Marriner St.

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your way back to it As we return to our normal daily routines after the holidays you may begin to find the odd ache or pain creeping in.

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his is a good indicator from our bodies, that the holiday routine was somewhat different. Perhaps you sit a lot for work and you were on the go or, you are normally more active and the holiday break was more sedentary. Either way the sooner you pay attention to these signals the easier it will be to deal with it. So what can you do to ward off pain and stiffness and boost your energy and alertness? 10 simple stretching exercises at your desk that will release tension from head to toe. They take only a few minutes. Set the alarm on your cell phone or computer to go off every hour to remind you it’s time to get up and stretch. Just stand up and sit down - no hands If you stand up and sit down (over and over) without using your hands it can be a challenge, do it while you’re on the phone; no one will know. Shrug your shoulders - to release the neck and shoulders Inhale deeply and shrug your shoulders, lifting them high up to your ears. Hold. Release and drop. Repeat three times. Loosen the hands with air circles Clench both fists, stretching both hands

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out in front of you. Make circles in the air, first in one direction, to the count of ten. Then reverse the circles. Shake out the hands. Point your fingers - good for hands, wrist, and forearms

Stretch your left hand out in front of you, pointing fingers toward the floor. Use your right hand to increase the stretch, pushing your fingers down and toward the body. Be gentle do the same with the other hand. Now stretch your left hand out straight in front, wrist bent, with fingers pointing skyward. Use your right hand to increase the stretch, pulling the fingers back toward your body. Do the same on the other side. Release the upper body with a torso twist Inhale and as you exhale, turn to the right and grab the back of your chair with your right hand, and grab the arm of the chair with your left. With eyes level, use your grasp on the chair to help twist your torso around as far to the back of the room as possible. Hold the twist and let your eyes continue the stretch see how far around the room you can peer. Slowly come back to facing forward. Repeat on the other side. Do leg extensions Grab the seat of your chair to brace yourself

and extend your legs straight out in front of you so they are parallel to the floor.Flex and point your toes five times. Release. Repeat. Stretch your back with a “big hug” Hug your body, placing the right hand on your left shoulder and the left hand on your right shoulder. Breathe in and out, releasing the area between your shoulder blades. Cross your arms - for the shoulders and upper back Extend one arm out straight in front of you. With the other hand, grab the elbow of the outstretched arm and pull it across your chest, stretching your shoulder and upper back muscles. Hold. Release. Stretch out the other arm in front of you - repeat. Stretch your back and shoulders with a “leg hug” Sit on the edge of your chair (if it has wheels, wedge the chair against the desk or

wall to make sure it does not roll). Put your feet together, flat on the floor. Lean over, chest to knees, letting your arms dangle loosely to the floor. Release your neck. Now bring your hands behind your legs, right hand grasping left wrist, forearm (or elbow if you can reach that far), left hand grasping the right. Feel the stretch in your back, shoulders and neck. Hold. Release your hands to the floor again. Repeat three times or as often as it feels good. Look up to release upper body Sit up tall in your chair, or stand up. Stretch your arms overhead and interlock your fingers. Turn the palms to the ceiling as you lift your chin up, tilt your head back, and gaze up at the ceiling, too. Inhale, exhale, release.

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