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Work on a seawall at the coastal community of Breaker Bay began, much to the delight of coastal residents. A survey of Island Bay residents showed 87 per cent of respondents were opposed to the Wellington City Council’s cycleway design. The doors to Berhampore’s very own community centre opened, as part of a $7 million upgrade of the Centennial Flats Complex on Adelaide Rd. APRIL:

Thousands of poppies were pinned and handed out for the annual Poppy Day appeal for the RSA. Local veteran and member of the Korean Veterans Association, Phil Wallace

returned to Korea as part of the ‘Revisit Korea Programme’ which is organised by the Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs for the Republic of Korea. After a one year hiatus Island Bay once again hosted its own Anzac Day service, which more than 150 people attended. MAY:

Wellington Airport lodged resource consent to extend its runway 350 metres to the south into Lyall Bay with both the Greater Wellington Regional Council and the Wellington City Council. A group set up in opposition to the extension, Guardians of the Bay, vowed to do everything in their power to prevent the extension from going ahead. A month after opening the doors to its very own community centre, a newly established residents as-

Local man Ishver “Jack” Jekishan traded in his tools for retirement and left his job at South End Motors in Island Bay after 42 years. The Wellington City Council announced pool entry would be free for all children under the age of five. A fresh new sign for Miramar and Maupuia residents was unveiled. Back to Island Bay — the cycleway was criticised in a report commissioned by the New Zealand Transport Agency. Also in the coastal community of Island Bay work on the iconic Island Bay Seawall was finally completed, after a section was brought down in the 2013 storm.

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Award winning mural A mural on the side of Miramar and Maupuia Community Centre has picked up an award. The mural, which depicts a scene from 1930’s Miramar, was painted by the Wellington Art Club and has been awarded first place in the New Zealand wide Resene Mural Competition for Best Community Mural.

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JULY:

Fire fighters at the Newtown Fire Station were flashing their smiles, after a $2.2 million refurbishment of the station was completed. The Wellington City Council announced it would work with the community to come up with a design for the Island Bay cycleway which was suitable for everyone. The speed limit in Berhampore’s shopping village was reduced to 30km/h and the Wellington Timebank employed Chris Carey-Smith as its new coordinator. AUGUST:

Just a month after nominations for last year’s local elections were opened, former mayor Celia Wade-Brown announced she would not be seeking reelection in October’s elections. A community led initiative to develop the Vogelmorn precinct began to make progress and a local illustrator picked up an accolade. Hataitai local Mario Ivancic, who Illustrated Maria Gill’s ANZAC HEROES, was thrilled when the book won the Margaret Mahy Book of the

Year award at the New Zealand Book Awards. SEPTEMBER:

South Wellington Intermediate School staff and students celebrated the school’s 70th jubilee. Lyall Bay’s very own Olympian shared her recollection of the Rio 2016 Olympics. In Miramar locals trialled safe berm barriers to help solve parking woes and Robert Te Whare from Owhiro Bay was awarded an Absolutely Positively Wellingtonian Award for his services to the community. A 13-year-old South Wellington Intermediate School student announced he would be cycling the length of the North Island to raise money for a re-vamp of his school playground. Finally, Time Cinema owner John Bell announced he would be placing his hidden gem up for sale. OCTOBER:

Wellington got a new mayor – Justin Lester. After a tough campaign, Mr Lester was announced as the capital’s new mayor on October 8. He named

Paul Eagle as his deputy. The Newtown Tool Library opened its doors the same week 13-year-old Summer Henderwood held a garage sale to raise money to build a library in Cambodia. Miramar Wharf was closed to local residents after inspections found its structural support was rotting away. In Miramar the community gathered to celebrate Diwali at the Miramar and Maupuia Community Centre. NOVEMBER:

A magnitude 7.8 quake, which struck in North Canterbury, brought the capital to a standstill, as the streets lay littered with liquefaction, glass and debris. Several buildings were forced to shut up shop after they were deemed unsafe following the shake. The earthquake saw Lyall Bay residents call for tsunami warning sirens in their community. After more than 20 years at the helm of Kilbirnie School, principal Mike McGimpsey announced he was retiring. Scots College pupil Alex Shekouh collected

more than 200 cans of food and presented them to the Salvation Army in the lead up to Christmas. Chris Laidlaw was once again named the chair of the Greater Wellington Regional Council. DECEMBER:

Celia Wade-Brown, the capital’s former mayor, made the move from running the city to running the classroom, and spent time teaching English as a second language at Multicultural Learning and Support Service Incorporated. Owhiro Bay stream was left “brown a nd bubbl ing” following flooding in the suburb. Mari Murdoch hung up her tiara and fairy wings for one last time after entertaining crowds of children at the Children’s Bookshop in Kilbirnie for 12 years. Two young women announced they would walk the length of the South Island to raise money for Youthline.  What is your most memorable moment from 2016? Send an email to news@wsn.co.nz

Meridian Gardens Magic has kicked off. The three week long programme will showcase a host of great kiwi talent on the Botanic Garden’s Soundshell stage throughout January. The annual free concert series presented by the Wellington City Council, and supported by Meridian Energy, will run until Sunday, January 29.

Celebrating 110 years Wellington Zoo is continuing to celebrate its 110th birthday, by partnering with Tip Top, which is celebrating its 80th birthday. Leading into summer, every person who visits the zoo until January 31 can go in the draw to win a year’s worth of Tip Top ice-cream.

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Celia WadeBrown has been appointed Companion of The Queen’s Service Order for services to local government. PHOTO CREDIT: Supplied

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Wellington’s former mayor says she is humbled to be recognised for her contribution to local politics. Island Bay resident Celia WadeBrown was appointed Companion of The Queen’s Service Order for services to local government in the 2017 New Year Honours List. Ms Wade-Brown celebrates a successful career in politics which spanned more than two decades. She was mayor of Wellington for six years from 2010, until she announced she would be standing down prior to last year’s local government elections. Between 1994 and 1998, and 2001 and 2010, Ms Wade-Brown was also southern ward councillor for the Wellington City Council. Ms Wade-Brown said she was truly honoured to have been recognised for her work as part of the 2017 New Year Honours List. The former mayor reflected

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fondly on the many moments that shone a spotlight on the capital city — not only a national, but international stage. She said some of her “most fulfilling moments” as mayor included agreeing to a living wage, working towards a predator free Wellington and hosting the Rugby World Cup. “This honour is a tribute to the many council staff and volunteers who work so hard,” she said. Ms Wade-Brown said she also worked hard “to establish and ensure the success” of regional entities including the Regional Amenities Fund, Wellington Water, Wellington Regional Emergency Management Office and Wellington Economic Development Agency. “This proved to be a far more effective approach than wholesale amalgamation,” she said. Internationally, Ms Wade-Brown said she was pleased to see Wel-

lington join the 100 Resilient Cities programme, and welcome the first Singapore Airlines flight to the capital. Ms Wade-Brown also acknowledged a special family connection on the heels of her recent honour. “A highlight of my mayoralty was working… on the World War I commemorations, including Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, the sound and light show and the Anzac street parade,” she said. “So it’s a lovely coincidence that my grandfather received an honour a hundred years ago – on January 1, 1917, he was awarded the Military Cross for service in World War I.” Since standing down last year, Ms Wade-Brown has qualified to teach English as a second language. She is currently walking the Te Araroa pathway, which spans the entire length of the country, with her husband.

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2017 New Year Honours List Several people from Wellington’s southern and eastern suburbs have been recognised in the 2016 New Year Honours List. Companion of The New Zealand Order of Merit

Mr Murray Luxton, Oriental Bay, for services to the dairy industry.

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Mr Peter Diessl, Mount Victoria, for services to music and philanthropy. Mrs Beverley Duff, Hataitai, for services to women and education. Mr John Fiso, Seatou n, for services to sport, education and the Pacific community. Mr Keith Taylor, Seatoun, for

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Broom wielding store owner fights off gunman By Nikki Papatsoumas

Bharati Gandhi fought off a gunman with a wooden broom handle following an incident last Friday in Kilbirnie.

A local dairy owner fought back against an armed robber with a wooden broom after he pointed a gun at her and demanded cash from the shop’s till last Friday. Owner of the Devyish Superette Bharati Gandhi said she was working last Friday around 1.20pm, when a man ran into the shop with a gun and started screaming “money, money, money” at her. The offender then fired his handgun, above the shop keepers head towards the ceiling. Bharati said fearing for her and her 17-year-old daughter’s life, she decided she “had to do something”. Bharati said she picked up a nearby

Carpark demo underway Demolition of the Reading Carpark has begun. The carpark was significantly damaged in last year’s 7.8 magnitude earthquake to the point that it is no longer safe for anyone to enter and therefore has to be demolished. Moana Mackey, from Wellington City Council’s earthquake recovery team, said there had been a lot of preparation to get the site ready for a high-reach crane to be brought in for demolition. “Now the crane is up, the focus is to get the carpark down safely and quickly,” Moana said. “Displaced business owners and residents were given an opportunity in December to briefly re-enter their properties facilitated by urban search and rescue staff in order to retrieve essential items.” Moana said Wellingtonians could expect

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broom and smacked the offender on the head with the handle as he fled from the scene. “I was so scared, so I tried to hit him on the head,” she said. Despite not sleeping for a couple of days following the incident, Bharati was now back at work. “I have been here 22 years and this is the first time something like this has happened. I feel very lucky.” Police said after snatching $100 from the till, the offender ran off towards Kilbirnie Park, between Kilbirnie Aquatic Centre and the Poneke Rugby Clubrooms. Detective Senior Sergeant Warwick McKee said police would now like to hear from anyone with any information pertaining to the incident.

“The unlawful use of firearms, particularly of a threatening nature, is of serious concern to police. “The offender may have an injury to his head or require medical attention,” he said. Police described the offender as a male Caucasian, in his mid-twenties. They said the offender was about 170cm tall and was wearing black trousers and a long sleeved black sweatshirt under a sleeveless orange glow jacket. “It is important that anyone with any information on the identity of this offender speaks to police,” Warwick said.  Anyone with any information can contact police on 381 2000 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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Q: What is your New Year’s resolution?

Robin Boldarin, Newtown “To be more in contact with my family.”

Clare Gillard, Newtown “I don’t have one I won’t get around to it.”

Sam Douglas, Newtown “I have general ongoing life things I am working on.”

Lucy Bailey, Kilbirnie “Mine was to quit smoking, which lasted three days. I don’t really believe in it, they don’t usually work. The price of cigarettes did go up, so I tried stopping for three days.”

Stuart McLauchlan, Kilbirnie “I never have a New Year’s resolution, I just look back at the year and look forward to a good year. I have a fantastic life.”

Richard Christy-Jones, Kilbirnie “I don’t have one I don’t really bother because I don’t keep them even if I have one.”

LETTERS to the editor Letters on issues of community interest are welcomed. Guidelines are that they should be no longer than 150 words. They must be signed and a street address provided to show good faith, even if a nom de plume is provided for publication. The editor reserves the right to abridge letters or withhold unsuitable letters from publication. Send or fax them to the address on page two, or email them to nikki@wsn.co.nz. Please note that your name and street address must also be provided in e mails.

Tragedy for southern and eastern wards Dear Ed, It would be a tragedy for the southern and eastern suburbs if Paul Eagle were to be the Labour candidate for Rongotai. He would no doubt be elected but that would be a waste of a huge talent. He is respected and popular across party lines which has certainly been rare during the last

term of council. He is always there and gets things done. He would be wasted on the backbenches of a demoralised and leaderless Labour opposition in parliament. Pin a Red Ribbon on a monkey and it would get elected. Paul is worth more than that. Tony Sutcliffe, Strathmore

“I love Kilmarnock. It’s not clinical looking - it’s casual and relaxed and I like that.” Alison, Kilmarnock resident.

Rest home living. It might not be what you think. Enliven’s Kilmarnock Heights Home An elder-centred community

Companionship, fun and meaningful activity are part of everyday life at Kilmarnock Heights Home. As well as providing daily living support, we make sure residents have choice and control in their lives.

Social calendar We’ll support you to continue doing the things you love in a way that’s right for you. The busy social calendar and stimulating recreation programme certainly make for a vibrant and engaging atmosphere.

Pets welcome We believe pets can be both calming and energising, so we welcome animal companions. If you have a pet that’s part of your family, ask us about moving to Kilmarnock Heights Home with them. Family and friends At Kilmarnock residents are encouraged to invite their loved ones to visit at any time; there’s no set visiting hours. And, for the children - we have a fully stocked toy box to keep them entertained!

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Season wishes Dear Ed, To the family near Leveson Street who had the wonderful idea that a dog would be just the thing for the family. The wonderful thing has been yapping all morning and it makes me wonder how much happiness it has really spread. I know it is irrational to judge any family or person without knowing them well, but I find it difficult to love that neighbour. Don’t talk about monotony, because it has started howling now. I wonder if it is registered, nobbled or chipped, but feel that its owner should be. Happy New Year for some, I wish....... Paul Franken, Strathmore Park

Volunteers wanted to spend time at unique Wellington rest home For locals looking to meet new people, give back to their community and have fun at the same time, Enliven’s Kilmarnock Heights Home has the perfect role. Become a volunteer. The unique Berhampore rest home is part of the not-for-profit organisation Presbyterian Support Central and is one of just a handful of homes in New Zealand with full Eden Alternative registration. Kilmarnock Heights Home recreation team leader Annelize Steyn says Kilmarnock Heights has a special vibrancy and warmth that is, in part, due to the home’s elder directed philosophy that focuses on bringing companionship, variety and meaningful activity into the elders’ lives. She says volunteers help to bring more variety and spontaneity to the home. “The elders at Kilmarnock Heights Home have given a lifetime of skills and knowledge to our communities. They have amazing stories to tell, skills to share and they love to see new faces around their home,” Annelize explains. “They also know how to have fun and volunteers help us to be able to do so much more!” Volunteer roles include driving the home’s van on outings, supporting residents to continue with hobbies like gardening and crafts, providing entertainment, running pampering sessions for residents, helping to care for the animals or bringing pets to visit, playing music, taking residents out for coffee or sightseeing or simply spending one-on-one time with the residents. Annelize says new volunteers are often

Enliven’s Kilmarnock Heights Home in Berhampore is looking for more volunteers to join in with activities and outings with the residents.

surprised at how warm, welcoming and homely Kilmarnock Heights Home is. “Some people tell us that before they came to Kilmarnock they imagined a rest home to be very different – they didn’t think they would see so many smiling faces, and so much laughter and activity,” says Annelize. “We are very proud of our home, and we love to share it with others. If you’d like to see what it’s like here and whether it would be a good fit for you as a place to volunteer, please get in touch.” Kilmarnock Heights Home is situated at 20 Morton Street in Berhampore. The home sits at the end of a long driveway, so staff recommend volunteers have their own transport. For more information about volunteering at Enliven’s Kilmarnock Heights Home call 04 380 2034 or email support@psc.org.nz


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The best snaps from 2016 The Cook Strait News not only tells a story with words, each week its pages are filled to the brim with bright and vibrant

photos – a highlight of some of the goings-on in the community. We look back over the best five photos from last year.

PHOTO OF THE YEAR: Kalani Tupu, 4, splashed about at Wellington Regional Aquatic Centre and flashed a thumb up, after the Wellington City Council announced it would make pool entry for all children under the age of five free. PHOTO CREDIT: Nikki Papatsoumas

Island Bay Residents’ Association president Vicki Greco and Wellington City Councillor Paul Eagle, fought to see the Island Bay cycleway re-designed after a survey found 87 per cent of respondents were opposed to the design. PHOTO CREDIT: Nikki Papatsoumas

Evie the Jack Russell, who suffers from epilepsy, was helping raise awareness about the condition. She is pictured with owner Jennifer Jarden. PHOTO CREDIT: Nikki Papatsoumas

Monera Farao melted hearts when she graced the front cover of the Cook Strait News on her very first day at Miramar Central School. PHOTO CREDIT: Nikki Papatsoumas

Two-year-old Mia Appirdo took shelter from the sun and enjoyed the playdough at the Island Bay Playcentre tent at the annual ‘Day in the Bay’ as part of the Island Bay Festival. PHOTO CREDIT: Nikki Papatsoumas


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Thursday January 12, 2017

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The Cook Strait News looks at The Top Sporting Moments of 2016

The Mornington Golf Club celebrated 100 years in January 2016.

A group of keen young surf life savers splashed past the competition, finishing miles ahead in the Capital Coast Junior Surf Lifesaving Championships in February.

Hurricanes star Ardie Savea interacts with fans at a special event Ella Court, Max Crawford, William Lambie and Max Bonniec achieved which took place in Waitangi Park in March. success at both national and local surf life saving events early last year.

Lyall Bay’s Olympian Emma Robinson returned home from the Rio 2016 Olympics and chatted with the Cook Strait News about her experience.

Rising softball star Tobias Makisi hit the ball out of the park – the young star was selected to represent New Zealand at a tournament in Australia.

Work on stage-two of the Toitu Poneke Community and Sports Hub began Parafed Wellington reignited its youth group with the help of in April. a new sports coordinator.

Sports talk with Jacob Page...

The curious case of Ronda Rousey “Forget about Ronda”. Those were the words of UFC bantamweight women’s champion, Amanda Nunes after she stopped the former pin-up girl of MMA with a 48-second TKO in Las Vegas. I was fortunate to be in Vegas for the event thanks to some complimentary tickets. The reaction for Rousey was enormous from the 20,000-strong crowd

inside the T-Mobile Center. That’s as good as it got for the hometown girl. I was once fully on the Rousey bandwagon, who doesn’t find a good looking woman who kicks butt attractive? However, I lost respect for her after her first loss because of how she carried herself post-fight. The 29-year-old was making

her comeback after losing her title and her vaunted undefeated streak more than a year earlier in a one-sided contest against Holly Holm. If that defeat was embarrassing, this one proved Rousey had become human proof of the phrase “hero to zero” in 12 months. Rousey had 12 months to prepare for her redemption and

failed spectacularly. No head movement, no guard, no answers. Despite getting her head punched in, she will pocket $3 million minimum for the effort. Rousey put women’s MMA on the map. She is beautiful, articulate and initially she won. That’s the ultimate triple threat for any organisation. However, UFC 207 proved

women have caught up and surpassed Rousey who is a judo exponent by trade. Nunes suggested she should retire. Rumours of Rousey going to professional wrestling will only intensify now. It’s hard to see where her MMA career goes from here. The aura has gone and so has her drawing power.


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