Free tickets are available to hear Pio Terei share on ‘Building Awesome Whānau’ in Papanui on the evening of Monday 28 August. Click through for more details.This event has been made possible through the collaboration of three local community organisations – The Neighbourhood Trust, Te Ora Hou Otautahi, and Papanui Baptist Church. Te Ora Hou Ōtautahi is hosting this FREE opportunity to hear entertainer Pio Terei share his heart, stories, and practical parenting knowledge in ‘Building Awesome Whānau’.
The evening starts at 7pm on Monday 28 August, at @[659678324121525:274:Papanui Baptist Church] (144 Sawyers Arms Road, Papanui, Christchurch).
Pio is one of the best loved entertainers in the country and this new shows combines songs, stories, videos and great parenting ideas. As a co-creator of the widely popular Building Awesome Whānau, Pio focuses on positive solutions and shares vital messages about happy, healthy family life in a way that really ‘clicks’ with the audience. Supper provided.
Please note: this is a FREE event, but seats are limited and ticketing is needed so that we can manage numbers. Please follow the link to reserve tickets through the Dash Tickets website.
This event is part of Parenting Week, organised by @[201656493203262:274:The Neighbourhood Trust]. See http://www.nht.org.nz/parentingweek for more information on all events that are happening in August 2017.
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Vehicle speed & safety concerns around St Albans School are in the news today – both the NZ Herald (see link) and Nor’West News (see pic). From the article: “Said Rachel Donaldson: “It’s really disappointing. I wouldn’t have thought the sign was so offensive that it would’ve caused someone to complain, especially with the political billboards, real estate agents and signs to quit smoking all over the place.” Rachel Donaldson has been at the helm of a campaign to bring attention to dangerous driving and red light running in the area. She has put up four other signs in the area, none of which have to be taken down. Innes Ward city councillor Pauline Cotter said she is “extremely disappointed” that the city council has ordered its removal. She was not aware of it until contacted by Nor’West News.”
Mum’s standoff against council over school safety sign
A parent’s plan to keep kids safe violates the district plan, the council claims.
The Papanui-Innes Community Board will meet this Friday 11 August at 9am in the Papanui Boardroom. The agenda (link below) includes traffic and parking issues, and applications to the Discretionary Response and Positive Youth Development Funds.
Agenda of Papanui-Innes Community Board – 11 August 2017
The Papanui Innes Community Board spoke this morning at the Environment Canterbury hearings panel into the proposed third southbound lane for the Waimakariri Bridge. The Board’s submission what that it could not support the proposed third southbound lane.
At Environment Canterbury thismorning speaking to the hearings panel in support of our Papanui-Innes Community Board submission on the proposed third southbound lane for the Waimakariri Bridge. Interesting arguments for both sides have been heard, with a clear divide between submitters from each side of the bridge.
#trafficproblems #waimakariri #chchcity #motorways #hovlane
Local intersection safely and the Papanui Innes Community Board in the news:
Crusaders to patrol school intersection
When the Crusaders return from South Africa, players are set to take on a new challenge.
The Papanui-Innes Community Board has requested an audit to be done on Paparoa Street around Paparoa Street
School to identify the scale of congestion during school pickup/drop off times. Read about this and other Board actions in the minutes of the 21 July meeting at http://christchurch.infocouncil.biz/RedirectToDoc.aspx?URL=Open/2017/07/PICB_20170721_MIN_1691.PDF
Please avoid the Cranford/Innes intersection this afternoon. Follow Transport for Christchurch for updates.
Transport for Christchurch
4:15PM – FINAL UPDATE
Cranford St is now open at the intersection with Innes Rd. Expect delays until the backlog of traffic has dissipated. ^SM
3:45PM – UPDATE
The best routes for northbound traffic this afternoon remain via Hills Rd to Marshland Rd. The closure is still in place and clean-up work is continuing.^SM
2:45PM – UPDATE
The best routes for northbound traffic this afternoon are via Hills Rd to Marshland Rd. The closure is likely to be in place for approximately at least another hour. ^SM
1:00PM – CRANFORD ST / INNES RD INTERSECTION – CRASH
Due to a serious crash the intersection at Cranford St / Innes Rd is currently closed.
Motorists are advised to avoid the area at this time and expect significant delays
For people who would be travelling east or west on Innes Rd please use Main North Rd / QEII Drive.
For those who would be travelling north or south on Cranford St please use Main North Rd / Papanui Rd or Use Marshland Rd.
Onsite detours have been installed by emergency services. ^JP
It looks like the Northern Line cycleway won’t be proceeding as soon as expected. This article reports that work to extend both ends of the existing cycleway along the railway line will be delayed due to access issues between Christchurch City Council and KiwiRail.
Christchurch cycleway stalls as KiwiRail charges ‘exorbitant’ rent to use rail corridor
KiwiRail accused of charging “exorbitant” rent to allow rail corridor to be used as a cycleway.
Young people in Papanui (and beyond): are you interested in learning more about Youth Community Boards? Could you be part of a group connecting with your local community board? This Monday 31 July there’s a two hour workshop with the Christchurch Youth Council happening at the Christchurch City Council office. Maybe Papanui Youth Development Trust, Te Ora Hou Otautahi and Papanui High School could support some young people to attend? Click through for more details. Are you between the ages of 12 -24?
Do you live the Christchurch?
On Monday 31st July attend a 2 hour workshop on the development of Christchurch Youth Community Boards.
– Find out what a Community Board is, how they work and what they do.
– Hear about the current Youth Community Board in Christchurch.
– Work with other young people to determine what you love about your community and could be improved.
– Hear about different trainings and programmes that could assist you.
– Start the conversation about a youth community board in your own community.
The purpose of this workshop is to create a working group of young people who would be interested in being involved in setting the foundations of a Youth Community Board in their ward.
If you have any questions whatsoever, please get in touch.
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Update 31/7: Oceania Healthcare has advised Think Papanui that the final decision is “currently sitting with the Judge”. ^SB
Has Oceania Healthcare been successful in mediation for a resource consent at its Windermere Village? According to this article, yes they have. It was reported in February 2017 that the proposed rebuild and expansion failed to gain planning approval, but that the decision would be appealed. (Photo credit: Fairfax)
Oceania Healthcare exceeds IPO forecasts | Voxy.co.nz
Oceania Healthcare Limited (NZX: OCA), which listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange in May 2017, has exceeded reported net profit after tax and pro forma underlying earnings in its IPO forecasts, while using the proceeds of the capital raising to reduce debt and forge ahead with its development