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the Christchurch Coastal Pathway. They were one of 10 couples to dance in front of a crowd of about 500

supporters at Sumner School hall on Saturday. Each couple raised money for chosen Sumner charities,

organisations and clubs.

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BRIDGET RUTHERFORD

A public funding campaign to

raise the remainder of the money

to rebuild Lyttelton Timeball

Station has been delayed.

Heritage New Zealand was

to start its public funding push

for the remaining $200,000-

$300,000 to rebuild the category

1 heritage building in March.

Construction was scheduled to

start in July.

However, Heritage NZ southern

region general manager

Sheila Watson said the funding

campaign had been postponed

while the final project costings

were being sought.

She said there were also site

access issues being worked

through with Stronger Christchurch

Infrastructure Rebuild

Team and the city council.

Heritage NZ’s board will meet

on May 19 to discuss the funding

campaign and the rebuild as a

whole, she said.

Following that meeting it

would be clearer as to when the

final funding push, and construction

would start, she said.

Built in 1876, Lyttelton

Timeball Station provided ships

in Lyttelton Harbour with a

timekeeping service. It marked

noon by dropping the timeball

from the tower.

It slowly crumbled in the

August 2010, February 2011 and

June 2011 earthquakes and was

later demolished.

It has been meticulously 3D

scanned so it will be rebuilt exactly

the same as the original.

About $3 million has been

raised through significant donations

for the rebuild, which was

originally expected to cost about

$3.4 million.

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Wednesday May 11 2016

Community

Events

Redcliffs TribalDiva Belly

Dance

Wednesday, 6.30-7.30pm

Term two of Redcliffs Belly

Dance classes have begun, and

will run every Wednesday. The

class is fun, and is good for fitness

and confidence, as well as

a chance to make new friends.

TribalDiva Studios, 40A

Taupata St, Redcliffs. For

full class details or to

register, email: tribaldiva.

bellydancers@hotmail.co.nz,

phone

027 756 4460 or visit www.

tribaldiva.co.nz

New Zealand Music Month

Studio Tour

Sunday, juniors 9.30am-

10.30am, and adults 11am-

12.30pm

As part of this year’s New

Email bridget.rutherford@starmedia.kiwi

or fraser.walker@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Zealand Music Month, there

will be tours of Ferrymead’s

Orange Studio to give people

a glimpse of how it works, and

where musicians record. You

will get the chance to see how

the studio works, where the

musicians sit, where the loud

instruments go and how each

room is set up. Juniors will get

the chance to look around first,

followed by the adult session.

Orange Studio, Ferrymead.

Free.

Mr and Mrs Alexander at

The Gaiety

May 21, 7.30pm

Here is one for the diary,

Arts on Tour New Zealand

presents Mr and Mrs

Alexander, a fun retro show

with magic and drama. The

show combines circus skills

and tricks for a modern

audience.

The Gaiety, Akaroa, $20.

Tickets can be bought from

Akaroa Museum.

Sumner Bridge Club

lessons

Begins June 16

Sumner Bridge Club will

hold a series of 10 bridge

lessons beginning in June.

All 10 lessons will cost $50,

but students will receive a

free subscription to the club

for the remainder of the year.

The instructor will be Shirley

Newton

57 Dryden St, Sumner.

Phone Julie Cunningham

on 384 5401 or email her at

jujucat23@me.com for more

information.

Markets:

Mt Pleasant: Every

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm,

off McCormacks Bay Rd.

Lyttelton: Every Saturday,

10am-1pm, London St.

Sumner: Every Sunday,

10am on the corner of Esplanade

and Marriner St.

GOOD OLD DAYS:

Heathcote Valley

residents are

welcome to head

along to celebrate

the launch of new

book, Heathcote:

The Upside –

Community

creativity,

innovation and

initiative in

response to the

Christchurch

earthquakes, which

was edited by

Sooze Harris with

Sara Templeton.

The launch will

see the return of

the valley’s BYO

pub, at St Mary’s

Village Hall and will

start at 5.30pm on

Friday.

ContaCt us

General Manager: Steve McCaughan

Communities Editor: Shelley Robinson

Sales Manager: Joan Smith

Circulation: Mark Coulthard

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60km/h not low enough

COURT

BRIDGET RUTHERFORD

The speed limit through Little

River could be lowered to

60km/h, but a community group

says it is not enough.

The Love Little River Group

presented a 1000 signature

petition to New Zealand

Transport Agency in November,

calling for the speed limit on

State Highway 75 to be lowered

from 70km/h to 50km/h.

After investigations into the

possibility, the transport agency

has decided it could drop the

speed limit to 60km/h, but no

lower.

Public consultation would

need to be carried out before

the change could be made,

however.

Love Little River

Group founder

Marcus Puentener

(right) said the

response “was not

good enough”.

He said the transport

agency was not taking into

account what the community

wanted, which was a speed limit

of 50km/h.

“We gathered more than 1000

signatures and that has no bearing

at all,” he said.

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disappointed but they will live

with it, but for me, why live

with it if we want 50km/h we

should get 50km/h.”

Mr Puentener said the group

would fight to have the limit

lowered to 50km/h.

Residents have been lobbying

for the change for about 10 years,

saying the drop would improve

the safety of the road, which is

the main route to Akaroa.

Although there had been no

fatal crashes on the stretch of

road in the past five years, residents

wanted the change made

before there was one.

The Love Little River Group

installed signs on either side of

the township to tell motorists to

slow down last year.

Little River Hotel owner

Kathy Bisman said the

community had grown in

population, and the speed limit

needed to be lowered to 50km/h.

“There are more residents

with smaller children too.”

The Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board would discuss the

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The Love Little

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it will fight to

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limit through the

township lowered

to 50km/h rather

than the proposed

60km/h.

transport agency’s proposal at

its meeting today.

Chairwoman Pam Richardson

said the petition clearly showed

people in the community

wanted a change to be made.

“The community has already

made its mind up.”

HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you think a

drop in the speed limit through

Little River from 70km/h

to 60km/h is low enough?

Send your views to bridget.

rutherford@starmedia.kiwi

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A woman, charged with drinkdriving

causing injury after

knocking a pedestrian onto the

rocks below Main Rd is due to

appear in the district court on

Friday. Sarah Jane Arrow, 45,

of Sumner, was allegedly four

times the legal breath alcohol

limit when she failed to take a

bend correctly and drove into the

pedestrian on March 25.

MAN COLLAPSES AND DIES

Emergency services were called

to Taylors Mistake on Monday

after a man collapsed and died

on a walking track. The man, in

his 80s, was dead when emergency

services arrived. An ambulance,

rapid response, Westpac

Rescue Helicopter, as well as

firefighters went to the scene at

about 12.18pm. The death had

been referred to the coroner.

DELAYS AT TUNNEL

Motorists using Lyttelton Tunnel

will need to prepare for slight

delays tomorrow night while

it is cleaned. It will take place

between 8pm until 6am on

Friday morning. New Zealand

Transport Agency journey manager

Lee Wright said the tunnel

would be reduced to one lane

around the maintenance crew,

so there would be slight delays.

Fuel tankers and other dangerous

goods carriers would not be allowed

access during this time.

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Get familiar with rules

and watch your speed

Over the past summer season,

I have been very fortunate to

travel extensively around the

Canterbury region in my position

with Environment Canterbury as

a navigation safety officer.

I am not only responsible for

the local bays and harbours, but

also every other waterway in

our 46,000 sq km region where

recreational boating takes place.

I have to admit it is a privileged

position to be in, working

in one of the most beautiful

geographically diverse regions

in New Zealand and dealing

with genuine people who are out

there enjoying themselves on our

waterways.

We do have one or two ratbags

who choose to ignore the rules

and put other people at risk

through their actions, but to be

honest these are the minority.

As we are nearly at the end

of our boating season, I think it

is time to reflect over the past

summer, and look at some things

that have cropped up in my role.

One thing that comes to my

attention time and time again,

is the lack of knowledge about

the rules on the waterways.

The Navigation Safety Bylaws

2010, Maritime Rules 22 and

91 all of which prescribe how

we can operate our vessels in

Eugenie Sage,

Green MP

Lyttelton Port

is important to

Canterbury and

the country as a

freight hub and

a connection

to the world. We need a thriving

port. We also need one which

recognises its connection with

Lyttelton and helps make the

town an interesting place to live

and visit.

Pirate’s Corner

a safe manner are crucial to

know if you are operating a

boat on the water, be it a kayak,

or powerboat, it makes no

difference.

My advice if you do not know

what these rules refer to, is to

spend some time over the winter

with your slippers on in front of

the fire and have a good read of

them, just use uncle Google and

they are easy to find, if you have

difficulty in understanding them

phone me at my office and I will

answer any queries.

Speed too close to other water

users or the shore is another

issue that crops up time after

time, the rules are simple, if you

are within 200m of the shore, or

another structure, then you must

adhere to the 5 knot speed limit,

unless the area is a designated,

open speed area or a specified

reserved area such as a water

Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community

Board chairwoman,

Paula Smith recently called for

the Lyttelton Port Company to

retain Number 4 wharf instead

of demolishing it as the port

company plans to do, along with

wharves 5 and 6. They also predate

1900.

Keeping No 4 wharf and

opening it to the public

would recognise the wharves’

central role in the history and

development of Lyttelton,

and their contribution to the

ski lane. If you are within 50m

of another vessel or person in

the water, then the 5 knot rule

applies as well. There are some

exemptions to this rule, but

these do not generally affect the

normal water user, check out our

Navigation Safety Bylaws 2010,

part 2.4.2 for these.

We have had no major incidents

involving death or serious

injury involving recreational

watercraft in the region, this is

great news and one you can all

be proud of, however, we cannot

afford to rest on our laurels as

having regard to the types of

complaints we receive through

the harbourmasters office, some

of this good news is due to good

luck not management.

That’s it from me, stay safe out

there and if you are going to be

on the water wrap up warm, and

always wear your life jacket.

character of the town. It would

be a physical link between the

port and the town.

It would provide a place

where people can walk out over

the water, go fishing, and watch

the coming and going of boats.

With the Governors Bay jetty

closed because of earthquake

damage, there is nowhere on

the western side of Lyttelton

Harbour where people can do

this.

LPC’s proposals for a walkway

along some of the Dampier

A reader responds to a

suggestion that the annual

Guy Fawkes display at New

Brighton could be held at

Sumner while the pier receives

repairs:

Sarah Joseph, Redcliffs:

Yes! We would love to have

the fireworks display at

Sumner! It would be great for

the community and a fabulous

setting!

Last week Bay Harbour

News asked its readers what

they thought about the St

Andrews Hill and Bridle Path

Rds intersection, after a city

council report criticised its

layout.

Lorraine Harrison,

Mt Pleasant: I laughed out

loud when I read your article

but wasting money is not really

a laughable matter.

When the local community

found out the plan for the intersection

we were angry that it

had not been discussed with the

people who would be using it.

The city council hastily

Bay foreshore are no compensation

for being able to walk out

over the water.

The port company has had

enormous commercial benefits

from the emergency legislation

after the earthquakes. It has been

able to side-step the normal

public processes under the Resource

Management Act to push

through first a 10ha reclamation

and then a major 27ha extension.

There has been no compensation

to the community for this

organised some meetings and

many of us pointed out the

many problems and safety

issues and some retired

engineers even came up with

alternatives but it was obvious

they had made up their mind

and we were wasting our time.

How dare they now say they

were not aware of the issues.

They were told a number of

times at a number of meetings.

Now more money will

be wasted by doing a report to

find out how the mistakes were

made and how will the problems

be sorted.

The mistakes were clearly

made by not listening to

the people who drive this

intersection every day. They,

the city council and their expert

advisers knew best! What a

joke.

Luckily, I no longer have

to use the intersection at

peak time but it is still quite

disconcerting that when you are

coming off St Andrews Hill Rd

you have to give way to your

right and then dash right across

to the other side to get in the

left turning lane to the city.

Port needs to operate for community too

privatisation of coastal space

and loss of access to this part of

Te Awaparahi Bay.

A bigger and busier container

port will mean more big trucks,

more port noise, and more harbour

dredging for bigger ships.

These affect the town and the

harbour.

Keeping No 4 wharf and

opening it to the public would

be some recognition that the

port exists and operates for

the community as well as the

company.

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You can’t see the cars coming

down Bridle Path Rd (due to

curve of the road) and they

travel at quite a pace. I can’t see

how Sara Templeton can make

the comment that accidents

were unlikely to be serious.

The idea that all this money has

been spent and yet accidents are

expected to be commonplace

is just so stupid it is beyond

belief.

Dr Darren Fidler, of

Redcliffs:

I see the potential safety issues

at the bottom of St Andrews Hill

Rd made the front page of Bay

Harbour News last week.

I think it’s worth pointing

out to all the users of this

intersection that if Redcliffs

School was to close, it’s going

to get a lot worse. The Ministry

of Education-appointed

transport expert downplayed

the impact of additional traffic

because it would be heading

into town from Redcliffs

anyway.

This demonstrates a clear lack

of understanding of the local issues.

What would be the impact

of half of Redcliffs School pupils

being dropped off at the already

severely congested Mt Pleasant

School and then these cars then

travelling down St Andrews Hill

Rd into this intersection?

I think most residents could

take a reasonably educated

guess at this, unfortunately the

Ministry of Education didn’t

take the trouble to understand

the safety impacts that the

school closure will have,

putting lives at increased risk.

Yet another adverse impact of

the proposed school closure

that hasn’t been considered to

date. Let’s hope an informed,

evidence based decision is made

for the sake of not only the

children of Redcliffs, but much

further afield.

Beverley Walker, of Mt

Pleasant:

I have four problems with the

intersection.

The traffic light phases, while

are good for clearing traffic

quickly when leaving the area

early morning, (ie going to the

city or Sumner) coming back

from the city isn’t so good.

I joined a queue around noon

to turn right into Bridle Path

Rd. I was ninth in the queue and

had to wait three light phases

before I got to turn. The traffic

from Sumner direction was

light. Each phase was letting

two or three cars through, but

put a bus, lorry or lorry with

trailer or concrete truck in the

queue then maybe one or two

can turn. These heavy vehicles

are slower off the mark and

some then have to go up hill –

slowly.

Another problem is the size

and shape of the island at this

same turning point. It needs

to be shaped differently at the

Ferry Rd end so these slow,

heavy vehicles can make the

turn more smoothly. It can be

rather frightening when cars

come down St Andrews Hill

Rd and very quickly cross over

the “cross-hatch” so they can

make it through the green lights

without, it seems, a care for

traffic travelling along Bridle

Path Rd to the same green lights.

Blocking on the “crosshatch”

is also a problem. Often

vehicles (some with trailers)

travelling down St Andrews

Hill Rd are waiting at right

angles to the Bridle Path Rd

traffic for the lights. This is not

good. The same heavy vehicles

mentioned earlier, which travel

down St Andrews Hill Rd,

have a problem crossing the

“cross-hatch” to queue to turn

left or right. These vehicles

are too big for this part of the

intersection.

I expect you have had a great

number of emails mentioning

the same problems.

Last week Bay Harbour News

asked its readers where they

would like to see a cruise ship

berth rebuilt:

Ron Williams, of Sumner:

Lyttelton would be a good

place. Of course! Or, we could

extend the Christchurch Yacht

Club jetty, Moncks Bay, a bit

and with a bit of dredging??

That would boost business at

Redcliffs, Sumner and Brighton,

with small boats taking some to

a South Brighton estuary drop

off point. Also buses could take

others to the city.

Ferrymead, Little River

locations for high-profile film

Actors from

Pirates, Star

Trek to star in

The Stolen

BRIDGET RUTHERFORD

Ferrymead Heritage Park and

Little River will feature in a new

film, starring a number of high

profile actors.

The Stolen, which is set during

the Gold Rush of 1860, will be

based at the heritage park,

and filming will take

place at other Canterbury

locations including

Little River

Campground.

The film was

written and will

be produced

and starred

in by Emily

Corcoran,

who grew

up in

Sumner and

now lives

in London.

It will feature

Hollywood actors Alice Eve

(Star Trek Into the Darkness),

Jack Davenport (Pirates of the

Carribean), Richard O’Brien

(The Rocky Horror Picture

Show), Graham McTavish

(The Hobbit trilogy) and New

Zealand singer and actor Stan

Walker.

Ferrymead Heritage Park operations

manager Kim Dunkley

said they were approached in

January, and found out about

eight weeks ago it would be happening.

“It is great exposure, when

people come down to the park

once they start filming, it will be

quite exciting.”

He said about three weeks

ago some portacoms, which

STARS: Alice Eve in her role in Star Trek Into Darkness, and Jack

Davenport in Pirates of the Caribbean.

would act as offices for the film

crew, have been installed at the

park.

Heathcote Studios Theatrical

Society’s building, the old

stables and Curragh House

would all be used for filming,

which was expected to begin at

the end of the month, he said.

The film is based on a young

woman and her wealthy husband

who come to New Zealand from

England.

The woman’s husband is

then murdered and her baby

kidnapped, and it follows the

road to getting her child back.

It will be directed by Niall

Johnson.

The Stolen executive producer

Merryn Corcoran said further

scenes would be shot at Little

River Campground, in the bush,

which would take place in June

or July.

The crew was also hoping to

shoot near Birdlings Flat, she

said.

Mrs Corcoran said they were

also hoping to accommodate

most of the cast and crew in

Sumner during their stay.

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Candice Milner

Surroundings of Lyttelton inspire

Candice Milner wrote her first serious song in

dedication to her grandmother who died from

cancer. Now about four years later she is recording

her first album. Bridget Rutherford spoke to her

about performing as part of New Zealand Music

Month, joining the volunteer fire brigade, and taking

inspiration from Lyttelton

So you are performing as part

of New Zealand Music Month,

can you fill me in on how that

came about?

Well I guess as a musician

in the Christchurch music

scene you stumble across

opportunities, but this was a

special one. I’m playing at

various libraries over the month.

The libraries do series of gigs

with local musicians. I also did

the New Zealand Music Month

launch at Christchurch Art

Gallery on May 1.

I played there which was

really nice, it was an awesome

place. I’m playing in Shirley

Library, and often in Lyttelton

so I will be playing here. I might

be going Little River way in the

next wee while; I’d love to do

that.

So how did you get into

singing?

Actually I’ve been writing

songs since I was about 13 or

14. My grandmother had just

passed away when I was 13 and

I’d written a song while she was

battling cancer. I did that to raise

money for Canteen, and Angels

Gate Recording Studio fully

funded it. So that sort of began

my recording adventure, and I

just sort of went on a website

theAudience, put one of my

songs up and it managed to get

No 1 spot so I got a NZ on Air

$1000 grant. I’m now doing

a whole album with Lyttelton

Records.

Before your grandmother

passed away, had you written

songs?

I had written songs before,

but that was the only one that

I really took seriously – I was

more determined then. She was

very supportive of me being a

creative person so that made me

really want to do that for her.

You don’t always get the most

supportive people when you are

UP AND COMING: Lyttelton’s Candice Milner has nearly finished her

first album, Evergreen.

PHOTOS: JUSTYN REBECCA DENNEY STROTHER

pursuing a creative career.

And how old are you now?

I’m 17 now.

Do you play any instruments

as well?

I play the guitar and the piano,

I do know lots about music and

things. I’ve really been singing

my whole life and always loved

music. I remember being at

school thinking I’ll never take

music, there was drama, art and

music and never thought I’d take

music. But I started doing singing

and piano and guitar, then the

next year I took up music and

I’ve done it ever since.

What school did you go to?

I went to Middleton Grange,

I actually left late last year after

I started recording my album. It

was becoming full time, I don’t

think I would have had time for

school. I would have gone into

year 13 this year.

So what sort of places do you

perform at in Lyttelton?

It really varies, it depends

on the events that are happening.

Sometimes there will be

a collaboration show we do at

Wunderbar. And that’s a nice

venue to play at. If it’s shows I

do by myself I go to Civil and

Naval or Boo Radley’s in town.

I love how it’s different every

time, it’s fun.

Are you originally from

Lyttelton?

Yes, I live in Lyttelton, I’ve

lived here my whole life. It’s a

really nice community with so

many talented people.

There’s such a creative vibe

in Lyttelton, it must be a great

place for you to develop your

music career.

“I live and paint in a beautiful

rural Bay on Banks Peninsula,

surrounded by the ruggedness of

the landscape and the constant

and ever changing rhythm of the

sea.

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change that drives us all, to try

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change the way we think and act.

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excitement, the doubt and

apprehension that change forces

on us all, urging me to try new

things and to let others go.

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the cloud, searching to find where

her next step in life in will take her,

while below normality exists.

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madness, no fear, a month of

change and a new era begins and

the excitement of the unknown.

Like the Hare, when I am in ‘My

Zone’ as an artist in my studio in

Port Levy, my imagination takes me

to places unknown, experiences

and thoughts unheard of, and it

is through my paintings that I can

truly express these feelings.

Where they will lead me is unknown,

but just like the Hare, that is what

inspires me.”

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subjects with life and energy. Jacqui

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her husband and daughter Phoebe.

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invariably the human form, it is

secondary to her exploring form,

structure, movement, colour and

texture. In her recent body of work,

there is a translucent feel which

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successful teenage musician

Yeah, it’s a really amazing

place. I’m so fortunate to be

living just down the road from

Lyttelton Records, where I’m

recording at the moment.

So how far through your

album are you?

I started in September last

year and I pretty much worked

super hard for a couple of

months. We’ve pretty much

finished the whole thing and

are just going through the final

stages like artwork and planning

a tour around New Zealand.

Have you written all the

songs?

Yeah, I’ve written all the

songs myself. I think it’ll be

a really good showcase of my

growing song writing over the

past year. A lot of it is quite

different, and there are different

tracks. Some are quite rocky,

some are ballads and some are

country. It’s a wide spread album.

I’m quite into the folk and

country music of New Zealand,

with a wee twist of my own

personal touch.

Is your music inspired

by your surroundings in

Lyttelton?

Totally, I don’t quite know

how to describe that. I write a

lot of my songs looking out my

window at the town, or I drive

TALENTED: Candice is

performing as part of New

Zealand Music Month in

various libraries across

the city.

somewhere in Lyttelton and sit

down with my guitar where I

can be alone and write songs.

Most of the songs are written

here.

And there are some pretty

successful musicians that have

come out of Lyttelton, such as

Marlon Williams, do you take

inspiration from that?

Absolutely. I think those guys

are incredible, to make it even

half as far as they have would be

amazing. I see them around and

I like to chat to them. Even hearing

their stories of what they’ve

done, it’s inspiring.

Any other local musicians

you look up to?

There’s a band called

Devilish Mary and the Holy

Rollers – they’re a swing

band and the fiddle player

Anita is an amazing musician

who has blessed me with her

fiddle playing. She’s played

in a couple of tracks of my

album and played a few gigs

with me. Playing with those

people is really important, you

understand how to learn from

them.

Have you tried playing the

fiddle?

I’ve never picked one up. But

I have a feeling I’d be bad at it

(laughs).

Where do you hope to take

your singing career?

Well I think it’s very easy to

say you want to get known, win

awards and get nominations, to

feel like you’ve made a difference

and get your name out.

But I think it’s a lot more about

people. Live gigs are a big thing

for me. Just connecting with the

community by music.

So how long does it take to record

a song? How do you do it?

It depends, I came in with all

my songs, I said here they are I

recorded them all raw, and we

discussed what we visioned then

we’d lay down the guitar track

and I’d sing over-top. Then we’d

get all the musicians in, you just

don’t know what the songs will

sound like. Sometimes you have

to keep doing it. It takes a lot of

time, especially being my first

album. It’s scary but at the last

minute it will pull together.

How many songs does this

album have?

I have 10 songs, and the album

is called Evergreen.

Have you had people perhaps

putting you down, or

criticising your work?

Yes, I’ve had people try to tell

me to put down my guitar and

get into pop but that’s not what

I’m about. Some people say

‘you’re not going to go far with

just your voice and guitar’. But

I’m not going to change myself

to fit what others think is a successful

criteria.

What do you like to do in

your spare time?

Well, I love anything that’s

creative. I like art, I like painting.

And I’m part of the Lyttelton

Volunteer Fire Brigade,

that’s a nice brigade to be part

of, it’s very supportive.

Wow, how did that all come

about?

I just wanted to do it, so I

went along and said I want to be

a firefighter. Being almost 50kg

lighter than everyone else can be

tough, and I’m the only woman

in brigade. I’m also 1.55m, but I

do it anyway.

How long have you been

part of the brigade?

Only about six months. I went

to the big ship fire at the port

last month. It’s really interesting

with people in those situations.

I’m only a recruit, so I just help

out. I’m still in training.

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Strictly Sumner raises about $100,000

Sumner charities,

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Ten couples took to the

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hall on Saturday in front of

about 500 people to perform

their dances that they

had been working on for 16

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The couples were judged

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dance professional Scott Cole

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Amy Barry and Nick

Brown, who were dancing

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Cole voted it “the

performance of the night”.

Ms Barry said winning was

the icing on the cake of an

amazing journey.

“This was well out of our

comfort zone but it became

a story of self discovery and

strong friendships.”

Tully Hately and Jim

Stenberg, dancing for Sumner

Youth/FUSE, finished

second and Amanda Price

and Dane Bell, dancing for

Sumner School PTA were

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Although the final tallies

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from the event had not

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Big turnout for river clean-up

The estuary at Ferrymead lit

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Saturday as hundreds of people

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part of a city-wide clean up.

It was part of this year’s

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Heathcote and Avon rivers and

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Ihutai Trust co-ordinator Tanya

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BIG HAUL: Some of the rubbish that was collected from the estuary

during the Mother of all Clean Ups.

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FAREWELL: Lyttelton’s Porthole Bar will serve its last drinks on May 21.

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But next week, the container

bar which sits on the corner of

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serve its last drinks.

Its last day in operation will be

on May 21.

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bar on the site by October.

He was going to move the

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He put the container bar up for

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YACHT RACING: The Whisky Galore Oceania Medical Winter Series

of yachting is in full swing at the Naval Point Club Lyttelton. Last

weekend’s winners were Aaron Duncan for the dinghy fleet, Colin

Lock for the keel boat fleet, and John Cullens for the trailer boat

fleet. The series started recently, is held on each Sunday, and will run

until June 19.

Bays turn attention

to Chatham Cup

FRASER WALKER-PEARCE many opportunities.

“We’ve been conceding too

After a high-scoring loss to many goals and making it difficult

for ourselves to get back

Coastal Spirit on the weekend,

Ferrymead Bays are turning into the game. In the first half

their focus to the Chatham Cup. we didn’t fire and we got ourselves

behind,” he said.

The Bays senior team registered

their fifth loss in nine Halligan said the side came

games, against a Coastal side up against an “in form” Coastal

that has risen to second spot in side that took their chances.

the Mainland Premier League. “Defensive lapses and conceding

goals made it tough to get

The team lost 5-3 in a game

that head coach Danny Halligan back into it. Coastal are in form

said his side gave Coastal too and they have confidence, enthusiasm,

and when you give them

opportunities they take them,”

he said.

Halligan will now turn his attention

to the upcoming nationwide

Chatham Cup competition

fixture against Halswell.

“Yes, Chatham

Cup this week,

where it’s a winner

takes all situation.

I’m really

looking forward

to playing Halswell,”

he said.

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HARD WORKER: Bays midfielder compete for the trophy.

Michael Forshaw played well in The last time Halswell played

his side’s 5-3 defeat to Coastal Bays was on April 30, where

Spirit.

Bays won 4-1.

But, Halligan said they will

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“We won’t be looking to repeat

any score lines or anything,

we’re just looking to get tight

at the back and win the game. If

we win the game I’m not interested

in the score line,” he said.

He said the side have no

real plans for the competition,

because of the “random nature”

of the draw, and will take each

game as it comes.

Meanwhile, week five of the

football season for the juniors

saw the Bays 10th grade team

The Wizards deliver an 8-2 win

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Hansen Park in Opawa.

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FAST: Sam Clark got off to a flying

start in the grade 12 and under

race.

Sumner runners successful

FRASER WALKER-PEARCE

Sumner won four gold medals

and a silver at the recent

Children’s Forest Relays on

Saturday, at Bottle Lake Forest.

Sumner entered five teams for

the races, and each won a medal.

The girls’ under-9s team,

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The power

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Many benefits from insulating homes

HEALTHY: A workman installing insulation under the floor of a

Canterbury home.

A successful partnership

between community, health

and commercial organisations

has helped save Canterbury

DHB nearly $1m, by providing

insulation and/or heating to high

health needs patients.

As well as reducing hospital

costs, it has also assisted in ensuring

people can remain in their

own homes.

In 2011, a Healthy Homes programme

was created between the

Canterbury DHB and the three

Canterbury primary health care

organisations, Community Energy

Action, Environment Canterbury

and the Energy Efficiency

Conservation Authority. Orion

and MainPower also contributed

funding into this programme.

The programme was developed

to keep people in their own

homes and communities rather

than using hospital services. This

recognised Canterbury’s compromised

housing stock following

the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.

The Canterbury DHB and partnering

organisations understood

the potential benefits for frequent

users of the health system of living

in warm and dry homes, including

improved physical and

mental health.

The programme initially focused

on people who had been in

the Christchurch Hospital at least

twice within a year prior to the

programme starting (defined as

being the highest-needs patients).

In July 2013, the programme was

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patients, for example families

with children under 17 years

of age identified as being at risk

and parents with newborn babies.

The programme ran from 2011

to late 2014 and the whole programme

provided over 1500 insulation

installations and 450

heating appliances. Partnerships

amongst the organisations meant

many Healthy Homes’ clients

were referred to other organisations

and services, as additional

needs were identified.

A qualitative report was completed

by Pegasus Health in June

2015 on the whole programme.

Canterbury DHB invested

$1.7m over 2.5 years between

2011 and 2014, covering 22 per

cent of the total programme costs.

Around half of the $1.7m invested

went towards intervention

costs for the 900 highest-needs

patients, as defined above. The

remaining partnering organisations

covered the balance of the

total costs. Of those 900 highest-need

patients, a significant

number of them were aged over

65. There was an approximately

60 per cent/40 per cent split between

home owners and tenants.

After reviewing the health

data, comparing the year prior

to the interventions with the year

following, the findings showed a

29.2 per cent reduction in hospital

bed days of those 900 patients.

This equates to a reduction of

five bed days per annum, a cost

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nearly $1m.

“This means the programme

was extremely successful for the

community and all involved including

the Canterbury DHB,”

says Caroline Shone, chief executive

of CEA.

“Whilst the cost for insulation

and heating is a one-off, the

benefits last for years. I’m sure

for the Canterbury DHB the return

on investment can be spent

on other health needs. This programme

was a first for CEA and

the other organisations involved,

I am really happy that we have

helped so many people working

in partnership with Government,

private and public sector organisations.”

Greg Hamilton from the Canterbury

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David Meates, CEO of Canterbury

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The above analysis only takes

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The Healthy Home Programme

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

Transitioning skincare

through the seasons

Skincare expert and facialist Clemency Alice has a passion for beauty and organic

skincare. Recently travelling to Paris and Australia to further her knowledge, she

shares her secrets.

the tRAnSition from summer to

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if you remove this protective skin barrier

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• Drink organic green tea (helps

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• Eat seasonal fruit and vegetables.

• Drink green smoothies.

• Boost your intake of essential

fatty acids.

• Go for a brisk walk amongst

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• Maintain your skin sparkle with

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No job to small. Phone 027

442-2219, Fax 359-6052

a/h 359- 4605

FURNITURE

REMOVALS

Large Trucks $95 +

GST per hour 7 day NZ

wide, packing & moving,

Professional Company,

Professional Service.

Canterbury Relocations

Ltd. ph 0800 359 9313

LANDSCAPE

CONSTRUCTION

Lawns, paving, water

features, irrigation,

planting, decks,

driveways, kerbing, ponds,

retainer walls, fencing.

Free quotes, Phone Tony

021-034-8555

PAINTING

PLASTERING

Free quotes within 48 hrs.

Roberto 027 752- 8794

PAINTER

Experienced tradesman,

quality work, free quotes,

ph Simon 027 389-1351 or

03 328-7280

PAINTING

PLASTERING

Free quotes. Immediate

start. Discount for

pensioners. Work

guaranteed. Ph Kerin

022 191 7877 or 379-

1281. Website www.

swedekiwipainting.co.nz

PAINTER

Top quality work, interior/

exterior, pensioners

discount, free quotes, 30

years experience, I stand

by Canterbury, ph Wayne

your friendly painter

03 385-4348 or 027 274-

3541

PLASTERING

INTERIOR, no job too

big or too small, specialise

in repair work & new

houses, free quotes given,

over 20 yrs plasterering

experience, ph 027 221-

4066 or 384-2574

Trades & Services

PLASTERER

AVAILABLE NOW

Interior plastering. No job

too small. Call your local

experienced tradesman!

Please phone Greg on

0275 316 799 or after

hours on 326 3046

ROOFING

Qualified & Licenced

Practitioner. Re-Roof &

Repairs, all types. Member

New Zealand Roofing

Association. Over 35 years

experience. Phone John

027 432-3822 or 351-9147

email johnmill@ihug.

co.nz

TILER AVAILABLE

NOW

Been putting off that

small job? Local

friendly tradesman,

very experienced and

reliable. Lots of satisfied

customers. Please phone

Greg on 0275 316 799 or

after hours on 326 3046

VHS VIDEO TAPES

& all camera tapes

converted to DVD, video

taping, weddings, twenty

firsts, special occasions,

www.grahamsvideo.co.nz

ph 03 338-1655

WINDOW CLEANING

“Your Windows are the

eyes of your Home”, for

a free no obligation quote,

call Greg Brown, Crystal

Clear Window Cleaning

ph 384-2661 or 027 616-

0331 Local Resident

Wanted To Buy

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GOOD PRICES

paid for estate lots,

antiques and good

quality furniture.

Ph Rick 347 4493

or 021 376 883

A+ Household effects,

fridges, freezers, washing

machines, ovens. Good

cash paid. Ph Paul 022

0891 671

A Records and Hi-Fi

gear wanted, excellent

prices paid for good

records especially kiwi

and overseas bands 60’s

- 90’s PennyLane 430

Colombo St Sydenham

7 days www.pennylane.

co.nz ph 3663278 or 021

2226144

Wanted To Buy

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GOOD PRICES

paid for estate lots,

antiques and good

quality furniture.

Ph Rick 347 4493

or 021 376 883

Situations Vacant


Wednesday May 11 2016

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 23

Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Public Notices

Rexellent Rentals

Cars, Vans, Brisbane , Coolangatta

FREE CALL

0800 601 508

www.rexellent.com.au

Public Notices

RESTRICTED ACCESS

TO MT VERNON PARK

From Monday, May 9th to

Monday, July 4th 2016

Stolen Lights NZ Limited

will be constructing a film

set facade / shooting a film

in Mt Vernon Park. There

will be some restricted

access at time during this

period. facebook.com/

TheStolenFilmProduction

Mt Pleasant

School

Board of

TrusTees’

elecTion

Nominations are invited

for the election of three

parent representatives to

the board of trustees.

A nomination form and

a notice calling for

nominations will be posted

to all eligible voters.

Additional nomination

forms can be obtained

from the school office.

Nominations close at noon

on Friday 20th May 2016

and may be accompanied

by signed candidates’

statements.

The voting roll is open for

inspection at the school

and can be viewed during

normal school hours.

There will also be a list

of candidates’ names, as

they come to hand, for

inspection at the school.

Voting closes at noon on

Friday 3rd June 2016.

Signed

Kate Stewart

Returning Officer

Lyttelton Primary

School

Board of Trustees’

Election

Nominations are invited for

the election of five parent

representatives to the board

of trustees.

A nomination form and a

notice calling for nominations

will be posted to all eligible

voters.

You can nominate another

person to stand as a candidate,

or you can nominate yourself

(make sure you sign both parts

of the form).

Additional nomination forms

can be obtained from the

school office.

Nominations close at noon on

Friday 20 May 2016 and may

be accompanied by signed

candidates’ statements.

The voting roll is open for

inspection at the school and

can be viewed during normal

school hours.

There will also be a list of

candidates’ names, as they

come to hand, for inspection at

the school.

Voting closes at noon on

3 June 2016.

Rita (AH) Norris

Returning Officer

Public Notice

Public Notice

DEALER FINANCE LIMITED

Dealer Finance Limited and the Commerce Commission have entered into a settlement agreement relating to

overcharged interest on loans. This resulted from Dealer Finance not crediting part repayments made by borrowers

against the unpaid balance of the loan as soon as practicable, and as a consequence, overcharging interest to the

borrower.

If you purchased a vehicle through one of the car dealers listed below between April 2005 and April 2015, which was

financed through Dealer Finance, you may be entitled to a refund of any overcharged interest, together with a 5%

uplift payment.

Dealer Finance has recently sent notification to all affected clients by mail. If you have not received this notification

please contact Dealer Finance by email on enquiries@dfl.co.nz to find out whether you are entitled to a refund.

Please include your full name, current and previous addresses, and if known, the car dealer you purchased your car

through and the vehicle registration number.

PLEASE NOTE - NO contact is required from you:

• if you still have a current open loan(s) with Dealer Finance; or

• if you have previously repaid a loan(s) with Dealer Finance (taken out between above dates) but have a current

loan(s) with Dealer Finance,

as we will be crediting your open loan or we have made or are in the process of making appropriate internal

adjustments.

A copy of the settlement agreement can be found on www.comcom.govt.nz

Affected Dealers

TRUST CARS/CARTEL CARS 464 Ferry Road Christchurch

73 Moorhouse Avenue Ltd 73 Moorhouse Avenue Christchurch

Adams Bardsley Cars Ltd 130 Ferry Road Christchurch

Affordable Caravans Limited 512 Blenheim Road Christchurch

Austin Motor Company Limited 275 Colombo Street Christchurch

Auto Parts Ltd T/A Auto International 240 Lichfield Street Christchurch

Blackadder Motors (2004) Ltd 200 Ensors Road Christchurch

Car City Christchurch Limited 206 Ferry Road Christchurch

Car City Christchurch Ltd No 2 206 Ferry Road Christchurch

Carey Motors 185 Ferry Road Christchurch

Cars 2 Go 260 Ferry Road Christchurch

Chantilly Holdings Limited 200 Ensors Road Christchurch

Cheyenne Wholesale Limited 20 Bucknell Street Christchurch

Dennis Tullett Motors Ltd 422D Hereford Street Christchurch

Economy Cars Limited 538 Moorhouse Avenue Christchurch

First Class Cars & Commercials 12 Aldwins Road Christchurch

Forsyth Motors 213 Main South Road Christchurch

Gardner Cars 3 Moorhouse Avenue Christchurch

Great Cars/The Car Bazaar 1 Ltd Unit 3 1030 Ferry Road Christchurch

John Sergel Cars Limited 265 Colombo Street Christchurch

Johnston Motor Company Limited 213 Main South Road Christchurch

Lifestyle Marine Limited 129 North Avon Road Christchurch

Mecca Motors Limited 534 Moorhouse Avenue Christchurch

Milligan Cars Limited (No 2) 69 Moorhouse Avenue Christchurch

Moorhouse Express Limited T/A Car City Christchurch 206 Ferry Road Christchurch

Motor Home Centre 449 Ferry Road Christchurch

Nigel Thompson Motor Company Limited 175 Ferry Road Christchurch

NZ Classic Cars T/A Neat Cars 301 Main South Road Christchurch

Peter Keech Motors Ltd 208 Waltham Road Christchurch

R B McGregor Limited 219 Waltham Road Christchurch

R J Norman Investments Ltd T/A Ross McGregor Motors 219 Waltham Road Christchurch

Riccarton Car Sales Ltd 134 Ferry Road Christchurch

Rob Donaldson Cars 504 Moorhouse Avenue Christchurch

Rob Lewis Motor Company 541 Moorhouse Avenue Christchurch

Rutherford Cars No 2 31 Moorhouse Avenue Christchurch

Simons Wholesale Ltd 20 Fitzgerald Avenue Christchurch

Stadium Cars Limited 564 Moorhouse Avenue Christchurch

Sun City Motors 2 Appleby Highway NELSON

The Car Bazaar (No 3) 550 Moorhouse Avenue Christchurch

Trade In Centre Ltd 200 Ferry Road Christchurch

Waterview Cars - The Car Bazaar 4 Unit 3/1030 Ferry Road Christchurch

Wayne Hill Motors Limited 313 Lincoln Road Christchurch

Wayne Timms Motor Court Ltd 37 Foremans Road Christchurch

Dealer Finance Limited, Ph 341-5075, Email – enquiries@dfl.co.nz


PAGE 24 BAY HARBOUR

Wednesday May 11 2016

Grenadier Ferrymead

Four Seasons Realty

Mt Pleasant

21 Mt Pleasant Road

From the moment you step foot on this property, the magical feast of sweeping lawns and unobstructed

sea views captures your attention from its lower slopes position. This elegantly restored character home of

a bygone era is presented in pristine condition with nearly every room boasting a view over the Estuary and

along the coastline.

Open Home: Wednesdays, Saturdays & Sundays 12:00-12:40pm

Auction: 19 May 2016 from 1pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4871

Alison Carter

Ph 0274 318 960

3 2 2 3 Redcliffs

4 3 2 3

18 Glendevere Terrace

Designed to maximise the glorious views you will be captivated as you gaze over the estuary and Southshore

to take in the sweep of Pegasus Bay to the Kaikouras beyond. This is not for the casual observer; as the home

conceals its appealing and spacious interior from the street and it’s only once you have soaked up the stunning

views will you be able to enjoy the expansive family living, including a bright, modern kitchen and defined

dining area, then explore further into the home.

Auction: 12 May 2016 from 1pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FFM4869

Chris Moores

Ph 027 588 4440

Redcliffs 26 Augusta Street

Mt Pleasant 169 Soleares Avenue

Mt Pleasant 211 Mt Pleasant Road

Woolston 65 Rutherford Street

2 1 2

1

3 2 2 3

4 2 2 2

2 1 1 1

Price: $565,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4884

Alison Carter

Ph 0274 318 960

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4872

Alison Carter

Ph 0274 318 960

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4931

Alison Carter

Ph 0274 318 960

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4874

David Searle

Ph 021 565 950

St Martins 78a Wilsons Road

Linwood 444 Worcester Street

Sumner 82 Scarborough Road

Sumner 27 Sumnervale Drive

3 2 1 2 3 1 1 1

Price: $510,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz

ID#FM4868

Michelle Ward Ph 027 203 7858

Liz Lewis Ph 0274 530 952

Price: $349,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4859

Maree Hood

Ph 027 497 8891

4 2 1 2

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4856

Joy Butel

Ph 021 353 280

3 1 1 2

Price: $625,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4853

Alison Carter

Ph 0274 318 960

Greg Powell

Branch Manager

027 274 6157

Michelle

Ward

027 203 7858

Alison

Carter

0274 318 960

Allie

McDonald

027 279 7174

Chris

Moores

027 588 4440

Deb

Beesley

027 280 8837

Kirsty

McLeod

027 226 5893

Joy

Butel

021 353 280

Lisa

Ny

0276 225 060

Ferrymead

David

Searle

021 565 950

Maree

Hood

027 497 8891

Dave

Elston

0274 593 165

Liz

Lewis

0274 530 952

Mari

Crampton

027 230 1098

Catherine

Dougall

027 588 6844

Katrina

Leger

021 256 2209

Chris

Smart

021 871 100

This could

be you!

1020 Ferry Rd Ferrymead • Ph 384 7950 • harcourtsgrenadier.co.nz

Grenadier Real Estate Ltd MREINZ is a Licensed Agent Under the

Real Estate Agents Act 2008

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