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Making a splash By Sharnahea Wilson
An innovative school pool that will be heated by solar power is close to making a splash in Newlands. The staff from Rewa Rewa School have banded together with the team from EasySwim to give the school pool a makeover which will make it useful to the community year-round. Rewa Rewa School Principal
Jan Otene said about four years ago the school decided to start fundraising to fix up their old pool. A roof, that covers the pool but can open up in the summer time, recently arrived from Germany but the school is still fundraising to get lighting and electrical work completed and install solar panels. Continued on page 2
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Two local schools came together to celebrate National Catholic Schools Day by sharing a Mass and creating murals. Students and teachers from St Teresa’s School in Karori travelled to Cardinal McKeefry School in Wilton where they celebrated the bi-annual event on Monday. The two schools combined to celebrate the event because they both come under the Otari Parish. Father Ron Bennett of the Otari Parish lead the Mass in the morning before the children got to meet each other and play together at morning tea. Cardinal McKeefry Principal Tania Savage said the schools would be making two murals that would be symbolic of the Holy Spirit. “The children will be making white doves, colouring in green for a cross and will create a big flame to go around it. “It is a lovely idea for the
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Bringing learning into the 21st Century By Sharnahea Wilson
Students, teachers and honoured guests gathered at Marsden Collegiate College last week to celebrate the official opening of the school’s new innovative learning facility. After five years of students and teachers avoiding construction sites and ducking in and out classrooms in the rain, a new multi-million dollar learning studio, school foyer and iCentre was opened by Prime Minister and honoured guest John Key. The original entrance that was built in 1926 failed an earthquake safety test and had to be pulled down about five years ago. This paved the way for a learning environment for the current students and “generations of girls to come”. Mr Key congratulated the students and teachers on their new education facility. He spoke of his mother as his role model and said how during World War II she lost nearly everything she had – including
family. “The one thing they can never take away from you is your education,” he said. School Principal Jenny Williams said the new building, as well as new technologies, has flipped learning on its head. “This building will provide suitable spaces for collaborative learning. We know the importance of a collaborative learning environment,” she said. “Complementing existing facilities, the Learning Studios and iCentre are a wonderful resource in preparing our young women for work and life in the 21st Century.” Marsden Head Girl Nina R icha rdson t ha n ked t he school’s guests for attending the ceremony before she, along with a year one Marsden student, cut the cake in celebration. The building was designed by Athfield Architects and included work spaces, study nooks and an extensive green vista which would provide a peaceful space for both collaborative and independent work.
Pink Shirt Day On Friday May 20, thousands of New Zealanders including children’s entertainer Suzy Cato will celebrate Pink Shirt Day and speak up and stand together to stop bullying. Over 300 individuals, schools, community groups, universities, businesses and workplaces are set to turn their local areas pink and combat bullying – a record number for the campaign. “Pink Shirt Day is about showing a united front, showing strength and showing support for each other, regardless of age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, or cultural background,” Suzy said.
Second chance clothing sale The House of Grace will hold a second chances clothing sale this weekend at the Churton Park Community Centre. The event will help raise money for House of Grace and they are still seeking donations of good quality pre-loved women’s and children’s clothes and accessories for sale at the event. Donations will be accepted at the community centre. Head along on Saturday, May 21.
The future of education: Marsden Collegiate College Head Girl Nina Richardson with Prime Minister John Key and Principal Jenny Williams at the opening of Marsden’s new learning facility. PHOTO: Sharnahea Wilson
MPs on tertiary tour Students will hear about damp flats and inequality from Members of Parliament who are aiming to make New Zealand better. Green Pa r t y Co -leader Metiria Turei and Green MP Marama Davidson have invited anyone and everyone to go along to Victoria University to discuss rental housing, inequality and how Green Party policies, like housing warrant of fitness,
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ating can be really worrying.” She said there were “smart, sensible, compassionate” policies they could bring in to make the playing field fairer for all citizens. Ms Davidson said she was looking forward to hitting the road with Metiria to hear about what is really going on with students and young people in New Zealand. “We all know it’s getting harder and more expensive
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inbrief news Motorists told to ‘take care’ The Wellington Free Ambulance is asking motorists to take road safety seriously during Road Safety Week. The nationwide awareness program that kicked off on Monday, May 16 encouraged motorists to be 'road safety heroes’. “Last year, we attended 1855 road incidents,” WFA patient transfer officer, and driver educator Chris Pilkington said. Chris and other Wellington Free Ambulance staff were at Queen’s Wharf alongside Police and the Fire Service as part of the Road Safety week launch event on Monday.
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Fresh new face for Ngaio By Eleanor Wenman MASSEY JOURNALISM STUDENT
Empty shop faces in Ngaio Village that have stood vacant since the end of February now have bright new looks. In the last month, residents have been able to take art classes and shop for baby seats after two new businesses moved into the row of shops along Ottawa Road. Sam’s Art House shop opened last Monday and so far, the art studio has been a success. Some of the classes have been so full that owner Sam Walker had to turn people away. Sam said she used to drive past Ngaio Village practically every day and was pleased when she found a place to rent in it. “I feel it’s got such a vibe,” she said. When she took over the space that used to house the Ngaio Fine Arts gallery, a paint job was high on the list. She was particularly proud of the bright turquoise colour she picked for
her door. “I think a bit of freshness about this place is drawing people in.” Three years ago Sam Walker was working as a counsellor when she decided on a career change. She opened an art studio at her Khandallah home where she worked on her own projects and offered art classes. Demand grew and she needed more space. She said she wanted her shop to be a friendly place people could drop in. “I want people to say ‘oh, I’ll just go down and talk to Sam’,” she said. Sam currently offers classes for pre-schoolers and children and is also starting a series of workshops for adults. She also plans to sell art work from local artists. Just up the road is another recent addition to the Ngaio Village. In an empty space that used to house a Save the Children
Sam Walker said she painted her new door turquoise, her favourite colour and loves the fresh new colour. PHOTO: Eleanor Wenman
branch, Jo Boxhall opened Baby on the Move in late April. The shop sells and hires out baby products like car seats. Jo said many people have told her how nice it is having empty
shop space in the Village filled. “It’s a new face for the village and the shops complement each other. “It’s got a real community feel here,” she said.
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Hundreds of volunteers have signed up to lend a helping hand during this year’s Mary Potter Hospice street collection. Around 700 people will be out collecting on May 20 and 21, including some local Members of Parliament, for the annual appeal. "We are very fortunate that Wellingtonians come out in force to support our street appeal, either as collectors or as donors," Mary Potter Hospice Chief Executive Ria Earp said. The Mary Potter Hospice
provides free care for people with an illness who cannot be cured. Ohariu MP Peter Dunne, Rongotai MP Annette King, and Wellington Central MP Grant Robertson tried the tabards on for size on May 12 at Parliament and practised their collecting skills. They will be supporting the Hospice on collection day. Mary Potter Hospice relies on the Wellington community to keep providing a free service to people in Wellington, Kapiti and Porirua. "It's important that we keep
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Local Chorus wins at National Comps Capital Harmony Chorus, an acappella group from North Wellington, won the Chorus Audience Choice Award at the Sweet Adelines National Competition held in Wellington in April. The 24-member women’s chorus entered the open (entertainment) category of the Competition. “While it was great to receive the Audience Choice Award for our efforts, we were also thrilled that our overall score went up a grade from the last time we competed which was two years ago,” Chorus Director Joanne Oliver said.
Open Weekend at Zealandia is coming up and the wildlife sanctuary is opening their doors to locals for just a couple of dollars. Both Zealandia and the Wellington Zoo will accept $2 donations for entry during their Open Weekend of May 21 and 22. At Zealandia visitors will be able to explore the interactive exhibition, get up close and personal with New Zealand’s unique native wildlife and learn from experienced guides about the conservation efforts being made to protect flora and fauna. Rata will also be open, and will provide sustainable food and drink for visitors.
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Pesky predators on their way out By Eleanor Wenman MASSEY JOURNALISM STUDENT
Six weeks is all it took for 170 people to pledge to clear their suburb of predators. Free predator traps were on offer for Khandallah residents and already most of those signed up had a trap baited and set in their backyard. Organiser Gillian Bruce said there were a whole host of reasons why so many people joined the Predator Free Khandallah group. Some simply do not like rats in their backyards. Others value the birdlife in Khandallah Park and want to preserve it. Whatever their reason, Gillian is pleased with the response. “Everyone is taking responsibility for their environment. They’re all doing it themselves,” she said. In the bush of Khandallah Park,
rats, stoats and weasels prey on the eggs and chicks of local tui and kereru. Gillian said Predator Free Khandallah is about stepping up to the challenge of clearing out these predators and getting locals invested in saving the wildlife. She said she has purposely made the programme more social. “That’s the most powerful influence – getting other people talking about it.” The first traps were sent out in early April and word-of-mouth was vital in getting her message out at the beginning of the campaign. Gillian spent time dropping flyers in people’s mailboxes but said many people that come to her hear about it from a friend or family member. As the programme grows, Gillian hoped to set up a trap
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Gillian Bruce shows off one of the Predator Free Khandallah traps she has set at her house. Photo: Eleanor Wenman
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From Dishwasher to Manager The Khandallah Trading Company is proud to welcome Rory Byrne back to the local restaurant in his new position as general manager. Having spent the last seven and a half years travelling, Rory is glad to be back in Khandallah where he was born and bred. During his travels, Rory spent two and a half years in Australia where he met his fiancé who was originally from the Netherlands. The pair then travelled around Europe together working in high end villas and in chalet businesses in the Alps, Austria, Italy and Switzerland. Rory has been involved in the hospitality industry since the age of 16 when he worked as a dishwasher at the restaurant where the Khandallah Trading Company now exists. He said the company is heavily in-
volved in the community. This involvement includes helping fundraise for school fairs, sport team sponsorships and support of local schools and their teachers – including Onslow College and Raroa Intermediate. The restaurant also hosts a variety of charity events. The Khandallah Trading Company will continue to focus on fundraising for local toddler Oscar Cakebread who was diagnosed with spastic diplegia, cerebral palsy. “The month of May is dedicated to fundraising for his treatment, including some great prizes,” Rory said. Rory also said a new head chef had been appointed and will start in June so look out for some exciting new menu options. To contact KTC phone 4794157 or visit www.tradingco.co.nz
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readers have their say... Find out the WORD on the Street.
Question: What are your thoughts on the new Ngaio Village shops?
Kelly Patal, Ngaio
Lois Gilmor, Ngaio
Kevin Pewhairangi, Ngaio
Laura Bishop, Ngaio
Amanda Chan, Ngaio
They’re good for the community – they bring more people into Ngaio Village.
I heard the art shop will run after school programmes which is good, but it would be nice to have a bakery.
They’ve made Ngaio a little hub again so they’re good for the community. It’s quite a buzz on Saturday’s.
I like the florist shop, she has an online thing where you can put together your own bunches of flowers.
They’re good, they bring the community down here to have a look around.
Ann Egginson, Ngaio I will pop in and see the new shops, I hope they do well.
LETTERS to the editor Long-time Johnsonville resident Dear Ed, Like Barrie Green (Independent Herald, 11 May), my parent’s house in Raroa had a party line until 1957, when the number changed. Bruce and Mavis Wilson shared the line with the Osmans and O’Deas in Fraser Avenue. The four-party lines were on the original Johnsonville exchange from 1947 to 1957, a “rotary” exchange made by West-
ern Electric in Antwerp. Only the called number rang when dialled, unlike rural party lines with code ringing. The family house was in Hutchen Street, which is now the section of Haumia Street to Talavera Terrace. I had a 1952 annual rate demand of $8.30 from the Hutt County Council, including a $1.65 hospital rate. The electric “units” to Wellington
Concerns over police hours started from Monday 4 July 1938 after a ceremony on 2 July, though there were steam passenger trains before then when the line was part of the Main Trunk. H. L. Cummings of Ngaio pushed for an electrified multiple-unit service like Melbourne. Yours, John Wilson, Johnsonville Abridged
Surely we should be concerned about the low success rates by police (approximately nine per cent) in solving burglaries and other crimes carried out in the Northern suburbs. Well done Independent Herald for highlighting this issue. Best regards, Murray Gray, Johnsonville
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extremities - with 15 minute shuttles to meet up with existing/enhanced public transport. We already know that additional motorway lanes do not achieve better commuter throughput so why would we be naive enough to think that turning Johnsonville central into a giant commuter car park is a good thing. Please - can we not push these commuter car parks out to the extremities of our community? Regards, Colin Rhodes, Johnsonville Abridged.
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8. Small class sizes means that the progress of children is closely monitored, with each child receiving the individual attention that they deserve. Highly qualified specialist teachers provide expertise in varied subjects including Music, Drama, Spanish, Visual Art and Physical Education to all students from Year 1. St Mark’s enables students to
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Young Leaders The young leaders of New Zealand celebrated National Young Leaders Day on May 17 for high schools and May 18 for primary and intermediate schools. “This is National Young Leaders Day’s 16th year, and 110,000 students have attended one of our events. Schools know us and are always very keen to send their young leaders along. It is amazing seeing so many young people buzzing with excitement,” Zane Scarborough, one of the event organisers said. Young leaders of the country congregated at Rauparaha Arena in Palmerston North.
By Sharnahea Wilson
One local play reading group got together for a milestone celebration last week, marking their 85th year as a club. Khandallah Thespians got together for a celebration lunch on Saturday, May 14 to celebrate their 85th year of reading and performing plays. The group celebrated the milestone with a catered two-course dinner and cake, a small gift for everyone and two plays. Many years ago some local women formed the group and met – in their long gowns and white gloves – to read plays together each month. “We have abandoned the long dresses and gloves (except when they are needed for a part in a play) but we still get together for the fun part,” thespians member Barbara Woods said. “We read plays together once a month. We dress up a bit and have a cuppa together, usually in each others’ homes, and occasionally have a shared meal.” The club currently has about 20 members and they primarily perform one-act plays of all genres, including comedy, drama and thrillers. The keen performer said she loves the group because of the
Long-time members: Audrey Reid and Vivienne Ireland.
friendship as well as the acting. “We are pretty much all regulars and have got to know each other,” Barbara said. “We do have a few laughs in the process,” she added. Barbara said the group would have a break for the winter months “as it is not much fun
“It will be all right on the Night” Cathy Johnson, Diane Gallagher, Diane Eagleton and Barbara Robertson. PHOTOS: SUPPLIED.
going out at night then”, but they will resume in September. If you would like to join the group, as a reader (you don’t have to learn the lines) or audience, call Barbara Woods on 971 5464 and she will get in touch when the group starts back.
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The starter gun firing at Karori Park signaled some fast paced cross-country action on Sunday, May 15. About 500 competitors took to the start line in their age groups during the Kids Cross Country Series. Ranging from four to 13 years old competitors grappled with fine but increasingly windy conditions. “It's a great way to introduce kids to the sport from a young age. The little kids love it,” Sport Development Manager from Athletics Wellington Jo Murray said. It is the fourth year the cross-country event has been held and it keeps growing in popularity. The event was gratefully furnished with volunteers too old to compete in the series but still keen to support their chosen sport. The winter series encouraged Wellington children to get outside and run in a relaxed and fun environment. “The Series is perfect for the whole family,” Murray said. There are four events left in the 2016 series in Upper Hutt, Tawa, Petone and Mt Victoria. (1.)
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Situation Vacant Through native bush we twist and wiggle. From the children brings a giggle. Severn days a week the place is open. Hot summer days we all are hopen! By Sharnahea Wilson people do not have to book in advance if they want to join the lunch Johnsonville’s St John’s Church is “They Public can justNotice show up with their 46 Waione St Petone celebrating eight years of successful donation.” Ph: 5685989 Open Sat 9am-3pm friendship lunches for the local comWhen Jane and her husband Brian Formerly cpa spares OF THE D AY munity. to Katikati Catholic Church where Wainuiomata Squash Club On the first Tuesday of every month her brother attended, they saw that Funeral Director since 2008, the friendly pastoral team the churchAGM held a lunch for parish N at St John’s Church have hosted a lunch members to attend once a month. 51. J.K. for anyone who would like to enjoy a This gave Jane and her husband the Rowling 7.00pm meal in the company of others. idea to start a lunch in Johnsonville. chose the Monday 30th November Graham Soal who is part of the “We thought what a wonderful idea. unusualpastoral team said the lunch is the At the Clubrooms There are a lot of lonely people out name perfect place for people to meet others there who would enjoy sharing a meal ‘Hermione’ from the community and share a meal. together,” said. Road CornerJane of Main so young“Anybody can come along. People She said the lunch Wainuiomata used to be just for and Moohan Streets, girls who met here have become friends and people who lived alone but is now open wouldn’t now they come to the lunch together,” for anyone who would like to attend. Graham said. be teased Barbara Gordon of the St John’s Bringing said thelocal lunchnews was more of for beingIn the summer months the team parish Over 3000 students will celebrate provide the backbone of research for serves choices of soups, salads and a “community thing than a church nerdy! to the community their success at Victoria University’s debate and decisions on issue in the quiches and in the winter they dish thing”. biggest ever graduation this week. community. up two or three meal options with tea, “It’s a really nice atmosphere,” she A total of 2,627 qualifi cations will “Knowledge is what makes those coffee and cake served forSituation dessert – all Vacant said. be awarded to 2,353 students at six debates powerful, and our students’ for a minimum donation of $2. To contact Jane Watts phone ceremonies, in addition to the 862 work certainly adds to that store of Pastoral care coordinator Jane Watts, 4993807. Or if anyone needs to be A solid graduates who chose to receive their knowledge. who was one of the people who started picked up for the lunch they can call qualifications earlier this year without “As alumni of New Zealand’s globally the friendship lunch in 2008, said the church office number: 9731729. attending a ceremony. ranked capital city university, I know Many of Victoria’s students are that this week’s cohort of Victoria gradgraduating with more than one degree uates will go on to make an important or qualification which is reflected in contribution to New Zealand and the the higher number of qualifications world, and I wish each of them every than graduands. success in their future endeavours.” Victoria University Chancellor Sir He said the formal processions of Neville Jordan said graduation was a staff and students through the streets major milestone for all students, and of Wellington provide a chance for Deliverers Required in the record number of graduates is an Wellingtonians to celebrate with the important milestone for the University. graduands. 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Sports inbrief Table tennis abroad Onslow College student Hui Ling recently competed in the ITTF Oceania Junior Championships Cadet Challenge across the ditch. Hui made her way over to Tweed Heads in New South Wales, Australia. She managed to take out the competition, winning the Cadet Girls’ Single Championship and qualifying to represent Team Oceania. Because of her stellar performance she will compete in the World Cadet Challenge in Shanghai from October 21 to 30 this year. Prior to the Junior Championship in Tweed Heads, she competed in the World Team Championships in Malaysia.
Squash Commences The cross-country winners. From left: Tui-Aroha Fransen, 12, Lawrence Reeves, 11, Julia Arboleda, 11, and Lucas Maihi, 12. Photo: Jacob Beleski
Students enjoy run in the sun By Jacob Beleski MASSEY JOURNALISM STUDENT
Blustery winds did not stop Newlands Intermediate students enjoying their cross-country event on Friday afternoon. Four races were held over a twokilometre course: year seven girls, year seven boys, year eight girls and year eight boys. Principal Angela Lowe said they had their own unique course to keep the students interested. “We have part of our course through the forest to keep it interesting. We find it’s better than having them run around in circles on the field.”
With Newlands Intermediate and Newlands College located adjacent to each other the course was designed to make the most of the varied terrains around the schools. This included a couple of hillclimbs, followed by a trek through the forest and finishing in front of the crowd on the college sports field. Angela said the day would not have been possible without the help of volunteers from Newlands College. “It’s great to have students from the college helping out. It makes the organisation a lot easier.” The volunteer students were situated at intervals along the course, offering words of encouragement for
the young students as they ran past. The event was a great opportunity for competing students to earn points for their syndicates, with some students also given particular goals to strive for by their sports coaches. “It’s great for them to test their resilience and ability to face up to a challenge,” Angela said. Julia Arboleda and Lawrence Reeves won the year-seven events respectively, while Tui-Aroha Fransen and Lucas Maihi took the spoils in the year eight races. All four were looking forward to competing in the inter-intermediate cross-country event later in the year.
Local footballers blitz opponents By Sharnahea Wilson
North Wellington’s football premiers produced a scorching opening quarter to blitz first round Chatham Cup opponents Seatoun at Alex Moore Park on the weekend. With Japanese import Shohei Watanabe in brilliant form along with a brace of goals from Simon Fejos and goals to Jono Rayner, Karl Romijn, and Corey Larsen the onslaught was too much for Capital 2 side Seatoun who trailed 6-0 at half time. North Wellington manager David Rayner said the match was effectively over after an early burst of scoring.
“It was a good expansive game by our guys and we had plenty of pace up front. Scoring those four goals in a 12 minute burst put us well in charge and we were able to use a lot of guys who hadn’t had a lot of game time. “To their credit, Seatoun didn’t give up and they lifted their game in the second half but I was very pleased with our overall performance,” David said. North Wellington will now face Kapiti Coast United in a second round Chatham Cup clash at Raumati on Queen’s Birthday weekend and David is expecting a good battle. “We played them in the league and won 4-2 so we know them well.
Kapiti are always competitive and they’ve been a bit unlucky in some games this season so we are expecting a tough match and we will have to work hard to get the right result.” David said the immediate goal for North Wellington is a local derby clash with premier league rivals Tawa at Redwood Park on Saturday. Both teams are mid table with identical win loss records so the rivalry is expected to be intense. Chatham Cup first round result: North Wellington by Seatoun AFC 7-0. Goals: Shohei Watanabe (2), Simon Fejos (2), Jono Rayner, Karl Romijn, Corey Larsen.
Squash nights at the Khandallah Tennis and Squash Club have commenced. Junior Squash Club Night started back on Friday, May 6. The nights will continue every Friday throughout term two and term three. All are welcome to attend.
Chatham Cup battle The Chatham Cup is underway and on Saturday, May 9 the players from Waterside Karori Football Club faced off against Petone Football Club in a close battle. The local boys were up against a top four central league side, though the first half was relatively even with just one goal being scored by Petone. The second half heated up with an own goal bringing the score up to 1-1. A quick counter attack by the opposition, however, saw Petone back in the lead. Man of the match Levi McFarlane had the oppositions defenders on the back foot and the game went into extra time. Two-all after extra-time meant the teams needed to have a penalty shoot out to finish the match. Petone took out the penalties, finally winning the game.
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