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QUIET: Residents are urged to keep an eye out in the
WITH MANY areas sitting vacant in Canterbury,
Cera is urging residents to keep an eye out for
each other and surrounding properties.
While Cera is managing the post-quake prop-
erty process, the authority is calling for residents
to direct their concerns to the police if something
Graffiti, squatters, and cruising cars should all
be reported to police in the first instance.
Previously, some well-meaning residents have
lost valuable time in calling the wrong agency for
Cera deals with land acquisitions and govern-
ment purchases, but not with illegal activity.
Residential red zone security manager Brenden
Winder said residents should call 111 immedi-
We want to remind people, that even though
Cera now owns many properties in the area, it is
important that they call 111 straight away if they
see anything that doesn't look right.
Emergency services are best placed to respond
Police and the Fire Service would liaise with
Cera where required.
Any non-urgent concerns can be directed to the
Cera helpline on 0800 RING CERA
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BLESSED BEGINNINGS: Nature's Play pre-school, Pegasus owner Jenny Tippet with her son, Connor, foreground,
at the blessing of the building, with Reverend James Robinson and Donna Robinson, Ngai Tahu.
Blessing for tots'
first day at school
MORE THAN 60 people took
part in a blessing of the new
Nature's Play pre-school at
Pegasus on Saturday ahead of
the pre-school's opening day on
The Rev James Morrison of
Ngai Tahu presided over the
Staff and families walked with
Mr Morrison around the build-
ing as the blessing took place,
and joined with him in a karakia
and shared meal afterwards,
said owner Jenny Tippet.
It was a nice way to start the
new beginnings and new year.''
The centre has close to 80 chil-
dren from three months to 6
years old on its roll, with
between 50 and 60 from Pega-
Other families come from
Amberley, Leithfield, Waikuku,
Pegasus, Rangiora, Woodend,
Kaiapoi, Southbrook and
Arson fears at Fernside
By CATE BROUGHTON
Firefighters suspect a fire-bug
has been at work in the Fern-
side area, with the most recent
fires extinguished on Sunday.
Rangiora Fire Chief Hamish
Peter said there had been
three suspicious fires in recent
weeks near or on the river
bank on Lilly Rd, Fernside --
including one on Christmas
morning. Firefighters were
alerted to the Christmas day
fire about 7am in Fernside.
No property was damaged in
the fires, which had mainly
burnt out large patches of
river-side scrub, Mr Peter said.
Residents had alerted
emergency services after
One of the fires on Sunday
covered an area of 30m by10m
and was reported about 2am,
while the other covering a
slightly larger area was on a
property boundary near the
river bank about 10.30pm.
Mr Peter said no cause for
any of the fires could be estab-
lished and police had been
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