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Fight to make intersection

safer continues tomorrow

• By Bridget Rutherford

CONCERNS WITH a

contentious Ferrymead

intersection will go to a city

council committee tomorrow,

in a bid to get “urgent”

improvements made to it.

Hagley-Ferrymead Community

Board chairwoman Sara

Templeton will speak before the

infrastructure, transport and

environment committee about

the board’s concerns with the St

Andrews Hill and Bridle Path

Rds intersection.

The board wants the committee

to consider the safety issues

of the intersection and take “urgent

action” to improve the way

it operates and make it safer.

It comes a month after a city

council report criticised the layout

of the intersection.

A cyclist also received minor

injuries after being knocked off

his bike there on May 12.

The city council designed

and installed the intersection as

part of the Ferrymead Bridge

rebuild.

It became operational in

September.

But in a recent report, the city

council’s own traffic engineers

found significant design problems

they say should have been

picked up when a pre-construction

safety audit was done in

February 2014.

The problems included

difficulties turning right onto

Bridle Path Rd from St Andrews

Hill Rd, the speed of vehicles

approaching the intersection, a

lack of visibility, and queuing of

vehicles.

Underground cables have

been laid so traffic signals could

be installed at the bottom of St

Andrews Hill Rd, at a cost of

$150,000.

The community board wants

city council staff to look into

installing those signals.

Residents have previously

told Bay Harbour News they

avoided using the intersection,

and they raised concerns

about the lay-out before it was

installed.

HAVE YOUR SAY: What

changes would you like to

see made at the St Andrews

Hill and Bridle Path Rds

intersection? Would traffic

signals at the bottom of

St Andrews Hill Rd help?

Email your views in less

than 200 words to bridget.

rutherford@starmedia.kiwi

CONFUSING: Hagley-Ferrymead

Community Board chairwoman Sara

Templeton will talk before a city council

committee tomorrow to try and get

improvements made to the St Andrews

Hill and Bridle Path Rds intersection.

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Wednesday June 1 2016

FROM

THE

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Inside

News......3, 4, 5, 8, 11 & 12

WELCOME TO your new look

Bay Harbour News.

A tremendous effort from

the Lyttelton and Governors

Bay Volunteer Fire Brigades

at the weekend. Not only did

they stomp up 1103 stairs at

the Firefighter Sky Tower Stair

Challenge, but they did it for

very worthy cause. Check

out page 3 to find out which

brigade came second overall for

fundraising more than $32,763.

Last week’s article on the

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch’s

plan to dredge a deeper channel

in the harbour certainly had

the community talking. Turn

to letters on page 6. Our guest

columnist this week is Redcliffs

School board of trustees

member Mark Robberds. He is

leaving the role after six years.

Thank you for your service

Mark. – Shelley Robinson

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During last week’s meeting, city

councillor Jamie Gough joked

that fellow councillor Glenn

Livingstone should have a snack

during passionate discussions

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Firefighter steps up for charity

• By Bridget Rutherford

LYTTELTON’S Glen Walker

has gone out in style, winning

his age group of the gruelling

Firefighter Sky Tower Stair

Challenge for the second year

running.

He won the over-60s race

with a time of 14min 23sec.

Mr Walker, who said this

would be his last time competing,

won the same race last

year by more than 3min, and

took out the over-50s race

about three years ago.

Lyttelton Volunteer Fire Brigade

raised about $32,763 for

Leukaemia and Blood Cancer

New Zealand – its largest effort

yet.

In doing so, it raised the

second highest amount, after

Auckland Airport Fire Rescue,

which raised $64,468.

It also took out the top fundraising

team in its category.

The volunteer fire brigade

members competed in the

annual Firefighter Sky Tower

Challenge on Saturday, running

up the 1103 steps of

Auckland Sky Tower in 25kg of

gear in the name of charity.

Peter Lauryssens and Craig

Smith won individual awards

for each raising about $11,500.

This year’s efforts blew away

the team’s fundraising total of

$19,300 last year.

Mr Walker said the fundraising

efforts were “sensational”.

A team from the Governors

Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade

also took part in the event raising

just over $14,300.

More than 850 firefighters

from across the country took

part in this year’s event, which

in total raised more than

$1,161,000.

Leukaemia and Blood

Cancer NZ chief executive

Pru Etcheverry said she was

humbled at the amount of

time, effort and commitment

every participant put in to

fundraising.

“Their commitment to raising

this money means that

we can continue to be there

for more patients around the

country and in these communities

who have supported

their local brigades in so many

ways.”

EXHAUSTED: Glen Walker

at the finish line after

winning the over-60s

category for the second

year running. ​

In Brief

COASTAL HAZARDS

REVIEW

THe city council last week

approved GHD Consultant’s

terms of reference for an expert

panel to review the Tonkin

+ Taylor Coastal Hazards

Assessment Report. The original

report, released in July, identified

6000 properties that could be

susceptible to erosion. It also

reported that nearly 18,000

homes were at risk of coastal

inundation over the next 50 to

100 years. But the science of the

findings was widely questioned

by the communities affected.

The city council has also

approved the scope of the review,

scientific and legal questions to

be answered by the expert panel,

and a preliminary time line for

the panel to have completed the

review.

WASTEWATER MEETING

A drop in session will be held

tomorrow to talk about how to

dispose of treated wastewater

when Akaroa Wastewater Treatment

Plant opens in 2020. The

city council will build a new

treatment plant on Old Coach

Rd, build a new pump station at

Childrens Bay and upgrade the

existing pipes and watermains.

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Wednesday June 1 2016

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Science

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for schools

SIX BANKS Peninsula schools

will get grants from this year’s

Bayer Primary School Science

Fund for collaborating on a

Nature Agents programme.

Duvauchelle, Akaroa Area,

Diamond Harbour, Governors

Bay, Little River and Okains Bay

schools have joined forces to

maximise funding to work on a

regional project together.

The Science Fund is administered

by the Royal Society of New

Zealand.

Each school will receive $1359

($8154 in total) which will be

used to purchase identical field

and lab kits for studying their local

freshwater environments.

The kits will provide pupils

with hands-on experience in

the collection and identification

of invertebrates, stream habitat

assessments and water quality

measuring.

The schools will be able to

compare their work and provide

support to each other.

Bayer New Zealand Managing

director Holger Detje said he was

delighted to see schools collaborating

together for the benefit of

the wider environment.

Small buses in service

• By Tania Green

USER FRIENDLY: Passengers on the 535 route from Eastgate to Rapaki were the first to

ride in Red Bus’ new smaller buses last week, which are the first to be introduced in New

Zealand. ​

LYTTELTON AND Ferrymead

residents were among the

first people to ride in a new

line of buses brought in to

accommodate those living in

smaller neighbourhoods.

Red Bus’ 535 route, which

runs from Eastgate to Rapaki,

stopping at Ferrymead shops

and Lyttelton Wharf, was the

first to use one of the smaller

Mercedes-Benz City 45 buses

on Thursday.

Each can seat up to 22 passengers,

and are easily accessible

to the elderly and disabled.

They can also

take two bikes on

the front.

The buses have

been introduced

as a more userfriendly

and less

disruptive option

to the older, 55-seater ones.

It is a first for New Zealand,

because the buses are fully

urban compliant vehicles.

Red Bus acting chief executive

Terry Foote (above) said it was a

win-win for everyone.

“These routes don’t have a

large number of passengers

on them, they’re narrower

streets, they make more economical

sense to run the smaller

buses, they’re friendlier,” he

said.

More routes will be rolled

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months, including Styx Mill

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Wednesday June 1 2016

BAY HARBOUR

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Coastal Pathway progress on target

THE Christchurch

WE

Coastal Infrastructure

ARE

Rebuild Team,

ON THE

Pathway is on track to reach the with involvement

halfway mark by the end of the from the Coastal Pathway

year.

Group.

By December the pathway, Three other sections of the

which will eventually stretch for pathway have already been

6.5km between Ferrymead and completed since work began on

Scarborough Beach, Sumner, the $25 million project in 2003;

should be 3.5km long

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Mt Pleasant Causeway, Main Rd

over halfway.

three laning and Redcliffs Village

(Main Rd to Beachville Rd

The 4m wide route will provide

safe public access along the East to Tramstop), which opened

coastline and aims to protect up the Avon Estuary for walkers

and enhance wildlife habitat in and cyclists in December.

the area.

Four more sections are

Construction is currently underway

on the Beachville Rd section

in Redcliffs, following the

replacement of the earthquakedamaged

500m seawall.

City council project manager

Adrian Thein said work on the

seawall had been challenging,

with a series of temporary “coffer

dams” in place to hold out

seawater allowing the seawall to

be rebuilt.

The wall was now 80 per cent

finished and the next phase

would be building the pathway

itself, installing street lighting

and then landscaping.

The work was on track for

completion in December, Mr

Thein said.

Work on the coastal pathway is

being managed by the city council

and Stronger Christchurch

planned, and developed design

work for these has already been

carried out.

The next phase from Deans

Head to Sumner Surf Life Saving

Club will require resource

consent, but subject to approval,

TO A NEW LOCATION IN

work could start in October this

year.

FERRYMEAD, DUE TO

Coastal Pathway Group chairman

Tim Lindley said he was

excited about the work currently

underway and pleased it was on

schedule.

EARTHQUAKE REPAIRS

The existing sections of pathway

were already well-used, he

said.

“We anticipate when the

pathway is complete it will be

the second most used facility

like this in Christchurch

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THIS SPACE

the Botanic Gardens, which get

about a million visitors a year.”

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ON TRACK: Mayor Lianne

Dalziel jumped on her

bike in September to

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two of the Christchurch

Coastal Pathway. The

sections which have

already been completed

are well used.

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Wednesday June 1 2016

Your Local Views

Redcliffs School

moves forward

Redcliffs School

parent and

spokesman Mark

Robberds is leaving

the Board of

Trustees after six

years. He reflects

on his time.

Given the school’s

circumstances, our move offsite

and the threat of closure,

you might expect this soap box

rant to be a tale of tribulation

and woe. I’m afraid I’m going

to disappoint you, because

being part of the Redcliffs

community during this time

been a thoroughly positive

experience.

Sometimes you can take

the simple things like a local

school for granted. If you have

school age kids you’ll probably

find your school is the

centre of your social network

– which is a nice to have. In

times of crisis, however, which

we understand so well in

Christchuch, a rallying point

like your local school is a must

have.

That’s because

schools are an essential

part of what is called

social capital. They

contribute to our wellbeing

and make us all

healthier and happier.

For this reason, any attempt

to close a school

must be given the

weightiest consideration.

For many years the Ministry

of Education has told schools

to develop strong school cultures

and strong links between

schools and communities.

At Redcliffs, we can proudly

say that we have more than

achieved these goals. Our

school/community culture is

so strong that at the moment

Redcliffs, the village, and Redcliffs,

the school, are one and

the same.

A lot of this strength comes

from the fact that our school

was at the front-line of earthquake

response and continues

to be the focal point of earthquake

recovery in Redcliffs.

This is social capital in action.

As well as responding to

the earthquakes, this amazing

community has found the time

and energy to devote thousands

of hours to the school’s

survival. It’s been a coordinated

team effort that has seen a

huge amount of people devote

their resources to addressing

Minister Parata’s concerns

about the school site.

We are now extremely confident

that we have solved these

problems and have a robust

and scientific plan in place

that will allow us to return to

Redcliffs for the future.

Like most Cantabrians, the

people of Redcliffs feel like

we have been tested, and now

we feel like we’re turning the

corner of recovery. We feel like

getting on with things and not

being held back. We’re feeling

positive.

Last week Bay Harbour

News asked its readers what

they thought of Lyttelton

Port of Christchurch’s plan to

dredge a deeper navigation

channel into the harbour.

Archie Laird:

Interested to read your front

page article on the effects of

dredging Lyttelton Harbour.

Lyttelton Harbour has been

dredged for years so I don’t see

what the problem is.

Mention dolphins and an easy

target of the Lyttelton Port of

Christchurch and it becomes a

story.

Mark Watson, of Diamond

Harbour:

To dredge or not to dredge?

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

wants to attract bigger ships, by

dredging our harbour deeper.

Who wins if bigger ships visit

New Zealand?

Bigger ships means fewer ships,

stopping at fewer ports.

Apparently bigger ships means

cheaper freight costs, because

the ships are more efficient. But

NZ exporters and importers

know that most of the costs for

seafreight are the compliance and

handling costs at each end, not

the cost of the actual over-water

journey.

Fewer ships stopping at fewer

ports means more freight will

have to go longer distances

by road (apparently rail isn’t

economic). So more expensive

freight costs. And more trucks

congesting the roads. And New

Zealand importing more fossil

fuels. And New Zealand emitting

more greenhouse gases.

Fewer ships stopping at fewer

ports means longer freight transit

times, and less schedule flexibility.

Which exporters will that

benefit?

Bigger ships mean bigger

problems when things go wrong.

Earlier this year LPC tugs pulled

a container ship back to safety

when a nor’west gust broke the

ship’s mooring lines and it

grounded off Diamond Harbour.

Could they have saved a bigger

ship? What if they couldn’t?

New Zealand can’t afford to let

bigger ships visit.

Why dredge?

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BAY HARBOUR

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Solvejg Ruarus responds

to National MP Nuk

Korako’s column about

cleaning up the city’s

waterways:

I am shocked by the so positive

sounding words from Nuk

Korako. If only it were true!

The reality is that the Government

is by no means doing

enough!

Readers respond to

Richard Suggate’s Soap

Box column about the

Diamond Harbour Ferry:

Mark Watson, of Diamond

Harbour:

You ask if the ferry service

links well with the buses.

For the last 10 years I’ve

lived in Diamond Harbour,

Previously

United Travel

and commuted to my work in

Sydenham, which is about five

minutes walk from a bus stop

on Brougham St.

Most days I use the ferry

and bus. The ferry takes seven

minutes from the Diamond

Harbour Wharf to B Jetty in

Lyttelton. From the time I step

on shore in Lyttelton, it takes

me 40-50 minutes to get to work

using the bus. The 11km journey

averages at 15km/h. If I catch a

ride with someone who has left

their car in Lyttelton

overnight, it takes me 15-20

minutes to get to work. That’s an

average speed of about

40km/h. The trip into work is

the easy part of bus commuting.

On the way home, if I want

to guarantee to catch say the

5.20pm ferry, I need to leave

work at 4.20pm. That’s an average

speed of 11km/h, about what

a horse and carriage would do.

If I leave a few minutes later

there’s a good chance I’ll miss

the 5.20 ferry, and I’ll have to

wait for the 5.50 ferry. That’s

an 80min trip, and an average

speed of 8km/h.

If I had a car at work that

homeward trip to the Lyttelton

ferry would take 15-20 minutes.

If I could bike through the tunnel,

I could bike the distance

comfortably in less than 40

minutes. I use the bus because

it’s less damaging to the planet

than taking a car. And I have

patience. Does that answer your

question?

Karen Clarke:

It should be left for connection

to town for all the commuters

who can’t walk so well.

Planning for rising seas

Green MP Eugenie Sage

says we need to plan for sea

level rise

Knowing the extent of a

problem is often the first step in

tackling it. We know that climate

change is happening and that

sea level is rising - at the rate of

3mm annually over last 15 years

around Christchurch.

How rapidly sea level will rise,

how it will affect different

coastal areas and

how we should best

prepare for it are much

less certain.

A 2015 report by

Parliamentary Commissioner

for the Environment

says there

are 10,000 homes in

Christchurch which are low-lying

and close to the coast and vulnerable

to sea level rise, more homes

than in Auckland, Wellington or

Dunedin.

The city council has been

thinking ahead, with research to

identify areas of future coastal

erosion and inundation over the

next 50 years and 100 years, for

both the city and Banks Peninsula.

Based on extensive international

science, the 2015 Tonkin

and Taylor technical report said

it was reasonable to plan for a sea

level rise of 1-2 metres by 2100,

depending on the melting rate

of the Antarctic and Greenland

ice-sheets.

The report has been controversial

because of the potential

effects on property values for

landowners whose homes and

properties were identified as being

in coastal hazard zones.

For example, the report showed

parts of Sumner, including homes

on the Esplanade as being at risk

of coastal flooding, and the rock

work and seawall at

Scarborough Beach as

at risk of over topping

by the sea in storm

surge events.

Identifying areas of

coastal hazard is the

first step. For this and

the next step – planning

how we respond

– Christchurch and other councils

need better guidance and

support from central government.

The most recent Government

guidance on sea level rise is from

2008. Our understanding has

changed a lot since then.

We need guidance on the

parameters for assessing coastal

hazards, a national database of

LiDAR elevation data, and funding

for national coastal monitoring

systems.

We also need a wider community

conversation about how

to share the cost in any areas that

we decide we may need to retreat

from because the costs of coastal

defence are too high.

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Wednesday June 1 2016

News

Choir’s heartfelt tribute

• By Tom Doudney

A TIGHT-KNIT choir

group have recorded a

song for the funeral of

a terminally ill former

member now living in the

Netherlands.

Women in Harmony

recorded East Timorese

hymn Ita Hotu Maromak

Nia Povo We Are God’s

People at the request of

Dorien Pel who is dying

of cancer.

Ms Pel was a long time

member of the choir up

until about six years ago

when she first developed

cancer.

When her house was

damaged in the September

2010 earthquake,

she moved back to her

country of birth, the

Netherlands, for what

was supposed to be six

months. But the stay ended up

becoming permanent.

In spite of surgery, the

cancer had returned and Ms

Pel was already planning her

funeral in the Netherlands when

she returned to Christchurch for

a visit in December and January.

Choir member Judi Smitheram

said choir members had met Ms

Pel at a social gathering and sang

together again.

HARMONY: Choir member Dorien Pel, standing with red scarf, fifth

from left, with the choir in 2007.

“Dorien was wonderful at

always bringing poetry to our

gatherings and she had written

a poem especially for us,” Ms

Smitheram said.

It was during this visit that Ms

Pel asked if they would record

the song, which the choir had

not performed in more than

eight years.

The choir sourced a recording

of the song from Australia’s Radio

National station to help them

go over it and get the pronunciation

right, as the words are in the

Tetum language.

After recording it, they sent it

to Ms Pel.

“We got a lovely note back

from Dorien saying how much

she appreciated it and she was

very moved,” Ms Smitheram

said.

Women in Harmony has

about 20 members from around

Christchurch.

​Charity that helps

most vulnerable

falls on tough times

• By Tom Doudney

A LOCAL trust which acts as a

problem solver for vulnerable,

disadvantaged and struggling

people around New Zealand

said it is in urgent need of

funding.

SigJaws Trust helps people in

a variety of ways, from lobbying

for retention of services,

suggesting changes to

legislation, finding work

and housing and promoting

innovations.

However, project manager

Gary Watts (right),

who founded SigJaws

in 2001, said the trust

had been struggling financially

for some time and needed more

funding to carry on.

The trust’s operating expenses

were “conservatively” about

$207,000 a year and while it had

enough to carry on over the next

six months, finding new funding

was a big challenge.

“We have got over 200

clients now that we are

dealing with on a day-to-day basis

and a lot of these people have

slipped through other systems

big-time,” Mr Watts said.

One of its recent projects has

included working with Canterbury

University to develop a

robotic arm which would allow

mobility-impaired drivers to fill

up at petrol stations without leaving

the car.

The trust had received funding

from organisations including the

Ministry of Social Development,

the Rotary Club of

Christchurch and The Lion

Foundation within the last

year.

However, it had been

unsuccessful in seeking

funding from the Red

Cross, the Canterbury Community

Trust and the city council.

“If our funding dries up it’s just

impossible to carry on,” Mr Watts

said.

SigJaws Trust board member

Jamie Hoffman, who has cerebral

palsy said Mr Watts had been

pivotal in helping him find suitable

accommodation after the

earthquakes.

“People just don’t realise how

much good he does out there,”

Mr Hoffman said.

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News

Magnificent architecture

•More photos, p12

ELEVEN BUILDINGS have

been recognised at the regional

architecture awards, including

three from a Banks Peninsula

farm.

The New Zealand

Architecture Awards for

Canterbury finals night was

held on Thursday, which

recognised the best in

commercial, educational,

homes, and public facilities.

Twenty-eight awards were

handed out across Canterbury.

Three farm-stay buildings at

Banks Peninsula’s Annandale,

by Patterson Associates, received

awards.

The farm’s Scrubby Bay

luxury villa, which was the

setting for the season finale of

The Bachelor NZ, picked up an

award in the housing category.

Another of Annandale’s

accommodation homes in

Whitehead Bay, Seascape, also

picked up an award in the housing

section.

Annandale’s Olive Grove won

a small project architecture

award.

Cholmondeley Children’s

Centre, by RMBH Architects,

near Governors Bay won an

award in the education category.

The enduring architecture

awards were picked up by a

Governors Bay home, Rout

House, and St Andrew’s Church

in Le Bons Bay.

Sumner Surf Life Saving

Club’s new clubrooms, by

Wilson & Hill Architects, won

a public architecture award,

while a Clark St home also won

a housing award.

A home at Scarborough by

Athfield Architects, and a Lyttelton

home by Irving Smith

Architects, and Ophir Lane

House, Redcliffs, also picked

up housing awards. Any of the

regional winners can now be

shortlisted for the New Zealand

Architecture Awards.

STUNNING: These homes in Ophir Lane, Redcliffs (left), and Banks Peninsula’s Whitehead Bay

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Wednesday June 1 2016

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High profile marketing opportunity for

your property

We have a fantastic marketing opportunity for you

to consider but before we get into that it’s pretty

obvious that winter has definitely hit with a bang

this year! But then again I suppose we all knew

that our lovely long summer was never going to

last forever. It’s funny how as soon as the cold

weather hits you start noticing all those enticing

advertisements for relaxed, sunny and warm

Pacific Island holidays. Blue skies, blue water and

a colourful cocktail in your hand. You’ve got to

admit it’s tempting! Which brings me to marketing

properties in the winter. Our business operates

right across the city, however our main trade

area has traditionally been the beach and hillside

suburbs. So often sellers hold-off putting their

property on the market in the winter, but in actual

fact the seaside and hill areas often look their best

in winter. A beautiful crystal clear winter day with

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is when a property in these popular locations really

does stand out against other areas of the city. In

other words, winter is a great time to sell! The buyers are

still looking, and they definitely do not have the choice of

properties that may be available to them in the warmer

months. Therefore, the demand is effectively higher. Talk

to anyone on our team today about how to market your

property and achieve the very best price in the winter.

And to tempt you even more we are running a very

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List your property with us during winter and

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price of only $1995 including Auctioneer fees.

Tempted? Call today!

In other news…

Just around the corner is the collection day for Ronald

Antonia McAtamney Collecting 2015

McDonald House. Ray White is a national supporter of

Ronald McDonald House, and every year we love

to get out, shake some buckets, and collect some much

needed cash to fund this essential service for unwell

children receiving specialist hospital treatment. Families

come to Ronald McDonald House in Christchurch from

across the South Island. These houses provide a home

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to, after a long day on the ward. From stocked kitchens

to cosy lounges, they appreciate how important it is for

families to escape the clinical world of medicine, and take

comfort from the familiarity and routine of a home-like

environment.

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BaY HaRBOUR

WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 2016

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Community

Events

Email

bridget.rutherford@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

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Still Pedalling!

CELEBRATION: Lyttelton’s annual Festival of Lights is

rolling around for another year, and will run from June

18-26. There will be just over a week of activities and

celebrations, with the popular street party happening

on June 24. Lyttelton residents are encouraged to

join in by lighting up their letterbox or trees. They can

then take a photo and share it on Facebook, tagging

Lyttelton Harbour Festival of Lights, or on Instagram,

with the tag lovelylyttetlon. Those taking part can then

text their street address to 021 023 18196 to receive a

spot prize. Pickup a programme at all Christchurch City

Libraries and around town or view the full list of events

at www.lyttelton.net.nz/festivals/festival-of-lights ​

Little River Housie Night

Saturday, 6.30pm

A Housie Night will be held

in Little River on Saturday to

raise money for Little River

Volunteer Fire Brigade. The

first game will be played at

7pm, and you can bring your

own food and drinks. No bookings

needed.

Little River Community Hall

Queen’s Birthday at

Ferrymead Heritage Park

Sunday and Monday

Ferrymead Heritage Park will

be celebrating Queen’s Birthday

this weekend with a flag hunt,

food and craft stalls, old time

movies, a working blacksmith,

bouncy castle and unlimited

steam train and train rides.

Ferrymead Heritage Park,

adults $20, seniors $15, children

$10 admission

Fijian Beach Party

June 11, 7pm

A fundraiser Fijian beach

party and disco will be held in

Little River to raise money for

Tokou Village, which was hit by

Cyclone Winston. Fijian beach

wear is essential.

Little River Rugby Club

Rooms, tickets are $10 and are

available at Little River Craft

Station

Sumner Bridge Club lessons

Begins June 16

Here’s one for the diary,

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 Farmers

Market: The market has

temporarily moved to

the western end of

the McCormacks Bay

Reserve. You will find

it at the intersection of

McCormacks Bay and

Main Rd. Every Saturday,

9.30am-12.30pm.

Lyttelton: Every

Saturday, 10am-1pm,

London St.

Sumner: Every Sunday,

10am on the corner of

Esplanade and Marriner

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SPORTS

Football season begins

FIRST KICKS: The Ferrymead Bays first kicks programme

and their coaches all squeezed in for a group photo on the

weekend. Every Saturday morning more than 120 children

take part in the first kicks and fun football programmes held at

Ferrymead Park.

Banks Peninsula’s peculiar season

• Fraser Walker-Pearce

IT’S BEEN a peculiar season

for Banks Peninsula’s top rugby

team, with surgeries, a helicopter,

and an injured assistant coach.

Peninsula are fast approaching

their club day on Saturday, although

some players might need

a door or two to be held open.

The club’s first team has experienced

three surgery-requiring

injuries in the first nine games.

The first was a head injury,

which required the assistance of a

helicopter to transport the player

to hospital. The second was a dislocated

hip, which required going

under the knife.

But the most recent was even

stranger.

Assistant coach Ben Skelton

had a history of playing for the

club but, since his retirement

from rugby, had taken to the

HARSH SCRUMS: Banks Peninsula have lost three players to season ending injuries, including

their assistant coach.

sidelines.

But, two weeks ago when Peninsula

played Lincoln at home in

Little River, the 42 year-old volunteered

to go on for the last few

minutes because the side were a

man down.

Head coach Michael Wilson

said he was surprised at how fast

he had volunteered to go on.

“He was the assistant coach

for the side with me and we were

slightly short, so he decided to

have the last few minutes against

Lincoln at home,” he said.

But after just two minutes in

the tight head prop position,

Skelton “blew his hamstring”.

Not only did the hamstring

give in, it was torn off the bone.

But that didn’t stop him from

joining one more scrum, Wilson

said.

“He did pack down for a final

scrum after that, he just hopped

his way to the scrum and after

that the full time whistle went.”

Last week Skelton had surgery

to “re-attach the hamstring” to

his leg.

“He’s just got out of surgery last

Thursday to reconnect it. He’ll

be out for weeks and months just

in rehab. I’m pretty sure that will

cement the retirement,” Wilson

said.

The final game of the first

round for Peninsula will be at

home on club day against Rolleston.

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

Tips for untreated

hearing loss

Hearing is a sense that many of us

take for granted. Throughout our lives, we

subject our ears to loud sounds–music,

power tools, lawn mowers, air travel–

without using ear protection. regrettably,

this can cause hearing loss. also, the

natural aging process generally results

in hearing loss. even certain illnesses

and medications can adversely affect our

hearing. Unfortunately, hearing loss that

occurs from such causes is permanent.

The good news is, even if you already

have a little hearing loss, it’s never too

late to preserve your hearing for the

years ahead. The first thing you can do is

protect your ears in noisy environments.

also, avoid using cotton swabs to clean

your ears. and, make it a priority to get

a baseline hearing screening to see if

hearing loss has already occurred.

if hearing loss is found during your

hearing evaluation, it could be due to

excess ear wax or infection. This type of

hearing loss is reversible. if hearing loss

stems from chronic exposure to loud

noise, aging, or certain illnesses and

medications, hearing aids are the best way

to preserve your good hearing.

The great news about today’s hearing

aids is how small and easy to wear they

are. Modern digital hearing aids use

super-tiny microprocessor technology–

making them virtually invisible when

worn. Hearing aids can help almost all

degrees of hearing loss–from a little to a

lot. and, by stimulating your brain with

sound that might not otherwise reach it,

hearing aids help keep your brain active,

which lowers your risk for cognitive

diseases, such as dementia.

if you suspect you may have hearing

loss, don’t ignore it. neglecting a hearing

loss can have a snowball effect–making it

grow bigger, faster than necessary.

Here are 10 ways you can limit hearing

damage and preserve good hearing:

1. Understand the sound levels of the

noises in your environment.

2. Learn about proper ear protection.

There are many kinds on the market

today, ranging from custom ear molds to

foam plugs and more.

3. Put physical distance between you

and loud noise when it is present. if

possible, stand at an angle from the noise,

not directly in front of it.

4. Take breaks when you are exposed

to noise.

5. When listening to music through

headphones or earbuds, keep the volume

low-to-medium.

6. Know the signs of hearing loss, and

measure yourself against them.

7. schedule a baseline hearing

evaluation. Hearing loss is on the rise

among Baby Boomers and young people.

it’s never too early to get your hearing

checked, but don’t wait past age 50.

8. Have your hearing evaluated by a

professional licensed by your state.

9. if you have hearing loss caused by a

reversible condition, take steps to

correct it.

10. if any permanent hearing loss is

diagnosed, choose hearing aids to slow it

down, and preserve good hearing.

it’s never too early to get your

hearing checked, but don’t wait

past age 50.


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Heathcote beauty

22 Wendy Place, Heathcote

Deadline Sale

2 bedrooms | 1 bathrooms | 1 living rooms | 2-car garage | Listing #: SMT1876

The privacy and setting of this home

in a desirable location makes it

one you must visit and with good

reason. With views of Castlerock

and the surrounding Porthills, this two double

bedroom home offers privacy and sunshine.

From the moment you step inside, you will

know this is HOME.

The welcoming entrance leads to the open

plan kitchen and dining area, which flows

easily to the spacious living area.

Excellent indoor/outdoor flow from both

the living and dining areas promotes easy

access to the sun-soaked patio and barbeque

area set on 677m2 where manicured lawns

ensure there’s plenty of room for the kids to

play and the pets to roam.

Warm the cockles of your heart with a fully

decked spa on those cold winter nights.

The proximity to everything from soughtafter

Heathcote primary school, cafes, all

shopping amenities and bus is a positive.

You will be cosy warm with the added

bonus of double glazing, an HRV, hall heater

and a cosy gas fire.

With easy drive on access to the double

internal access garage plus off street parking.

Buyers are advised to register their interest

as this Heathcote beauty will be SOLD!

Those seriously considering its purchase

are advised to register their interest as it may

be sold at any time. Deadline Sale, all offers

will be presented Tuesday, June 7, 2016, unless

sold prior.

For an appointment to view contact Debra

Hakaraia of Smart Real Estate (Licensed Agent

REAA 2008) on 027 562 0420 or 384 8600

or email Debra on enquiries.christchurch@

smartrealestate.co.nz or visit our website

www.smartrealestate.co.nz.

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Wednesday June 1 2016

Caravans, Motorhomes

& Traliers

Community Events

ALCOHOLICS

ANONYMOUS, If you

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to stop, we can help. Phone

0800 229-6757

Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Finance

Firewood

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delivered. Trade Me

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Tel 03 3129100.

Gardening

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Landscape

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Services

If you need help

getting your garden

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construction work or

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Ph 021 272 0303

Computers

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Showroom at 42 Wordsworth Street, Sydenham

www.awardplastics.co.nz

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021 1499 733

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new roofing

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- Licensed building

practitioner

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Call Hamish for a

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Call Brendan

338 9349 or

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Specialising in concrete

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From private to

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027 432 4124

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or 027 746 7632

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ph 0800 248 733

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shelterbelt clean up,

section clearing, rubbish

removals, excavation

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Phone 376 5322 or email

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Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Trades & Services

BRICKLAYER

George Lockyer. Over

30 years bricklaying

experience. UK trained.

Licensed Building

Practitioner number

BP105608. Insurance

work. EQC repairs.

Heritage brickwork a

speciality. No job too

small. Governors Bay.

Home 329-9344, Cell

027 684-4046, email

georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz

CLEANER AvAILABLE

good rates, efficient &

thorough, all household

duties, ph Mel 027 502

9289

CONCRETE

Decorative Concrete

Placing, Canterbury

owned & operated

for over 10 years,

competitive rates, full

excavation, coloured,

exposed, stamped, call

Paul 027 322 6119

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AND GRINDING Cutting

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polishing and sealing. Call

Danny at Stoneshine on

021 063 8833

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planting, decks,

driveways, kerbing, ponds,

retainer walls, fencing.

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021-034-8555

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rates, no job too small!,

call Ron 027 434-1400 or

03 384-2885

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your friendly painter

03 385-4348 or 027 274-

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027 223 8542

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over 20 yrs plasterering

experience, ph 027 221-

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027 432-3822 or 351-9147

email johnmill@ihug.

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ph 03 338-1655

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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

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Rexellent Rentals

Cars, Vans, Brisbane , Coolangatta

FREE CALL

0800 601 508

www.rexellent.com.au

Situations Vacant

CA$H

Strippers

& Podium

Dancers

Wanted!

18+ TO APPLY

NEISHA

021 193 0118

Situations Vacant

KEYBOARD & BASS

PLAYER required.

Sumner Theatre Group

requires a volunteer

keyboard player & bass

player for the Cabaret

season of eight shows,

mid August to mid

September (weekends

only). If you think you

can help us please contact

stgsumnernz@gmail.com

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