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Timeball station

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placed on hold

• By Bridget Rutherford

WORK TO rebuild Lyttelton

Timeball Station has been

delayed until at least the end of

the year while nearby roadworks

are completed.

Heritage New Zealand was to

begin rebuilding the timeball

tower, mechanism and flagpole

of the category 1 heritage building

next month.

But the rebuild project has

been put on hold to avoid

conflict with the road works on

Sumner Rd and Reserve Tce,

which are being carried out now.

Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure

Rebuild Team is

repairing earthquake damaged

retaining walls on Reserve Tce,

which is scheduled to be completed

by the end of the year.

Work is continuing on the

Lyttelton end of Sumner Rd,

making access difficult to the

timeball site.

Southern Region general

manager Sheila Watson said the

Heritage New Zealand Board

had made the decision to put

work on hold to put the community

first.

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area will already be constrained

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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 was demolished following

the June 2011 earthquake.

The original residence at the

station would not be rebuilt.

In the mean time, the site was

secure and the heritage fabric

which was deconstructed five

years ago was safely stored away.

A public fundraising push to

raise the remaining $500,000

of the $3.5million needed to

rebuild part of the original

station has also been pushed

back.

Sumner’s centurion

Lawrence Babe played his 100th match for Sumner on

Saturday during his team’s 65-31 victory over Shirley at St

Leonards Park, scoring a try in the process. In another feat, the

previous week Sumner first five-eighth Nik Cumming cracked

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his total up to 131.

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Wednesday June 15 2016

FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

DESK

Inside

News...................................... 3-9

It has been a bad week for fires.

A woman had a lucky escape last

week when her car burst into

flames near the Hilltop Tavern.

The following day a Birdlings

Flat man’s house was extensively

damaged after a fire started in his

chimney. Check out page 5.

The youngest community

board member in the city is so

disillusioned with both the city

council and Mayor Lianne Dalziel

after one term he does not want to

go for re-election. See the article

on page 4.

Meanwhile readers are still

fired up, on page 11, about the St

Andrews Hill and Bridle Path Rds

intersection.

Finally, Lyttelton Festival of

Lights is back this weekend. It is

just over the hill from me, so I’ll

be checking it out. Hope to see you

there.

Have a great week.

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Community Events...19

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Seawall to get steps

• By Bridget Rutherford

STEPS WILL be installed near

Beachville Reserve for water

access after Redcliffs residents

lobbied for new ones.

The city council and Stronger

Christchurch Infrastructure

Rebuild Team are rebuilding a

seawall along Beachville Rd after

the original was destroyed in

the February 2011 earthquake.

There used to be steps at the

reserve that were well used by

swimmers, kayakers

and beach

goers, however

they had not been

reinstated.

But after

requests from

residents, SCIRT

is now planning the construction

and installation of a new set

of steps at the southern end of

the new seawall.

The steps would traverse over

the rocks to the beach.

The new steps were being designed,

and the cost had not yet

been finalised, SCIRT executive

general manager Ian Campbell

(above) said.

Redcliffs Residents’ Association

had lobbied for the steps

to be reinstated because it was

worried there was a lack of

water access, and people may

injure themselves trying to

climb over the rocks.

Secretary Pat McIntosh

said water access was

“fundamental” in a seaside

suburb and residents would be

appreciative.

She said without the steps at

Beachville Reserve, safe water

access was only available about

800m away at Redcliffs Park, or

at Christchurch Yacht Club in

Moncks Bay.

“Quite a number of residents

have said to us ‘what’s happening

with the steps?’ It’s an issue

people are quite concerned

about.”

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Dr McIntosh said she had also

heard about people receiving

minor injuries from trying

to take paddle boards and

kayaks over the unstable rocks

instead.

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NAMES SUGGESTED

The city council received more

than 130 name suggestions for

the new Sumner community

centre, library and museum.

Submissions on the names

closed on Sunday and the best

suggestions will be shortlisted

so people can vote on their

favourite from Monday to

July 3. Strong themes included

beach related names, Maori

culture, and commemorative

suggestions.

BUS STOP DECISION

The Lyttelton-Mt Herbert

Community Board will decide

today whether to approve the

relocation of a bus stop on

Norwich Quay. The stop would

move to the southern side of

Norwich Quay, about 7m east

of its intersection with Sutton

Quay. The current stop, which

is west of Sutton Quay, needs

to move to make way for a

signalised pedestrian crossing.

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Lyttelton had 18 graffiti incidents

over April and May, city council

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provided to the Lyttelton-Mt

Herbert Community Board, also

showed Diamond Harbour had

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Homes wanted for

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AN exchange programme

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doors to international

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Student Exchange

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will be sending high

school-aged children to

Christchurch, from as

close as Australia, and

as far away as Brazil and

France. But homes are

needed for the students.

The group is a not-forprofit

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Ministry of Education in

New Zealand.

This month, they will

be receiving students

from Australia, Brazil,

Denmark, France, Finland,

Germany, Japan and

Switzerland.

Their new arrivals

plan to live with a host

family and attend a local

school for three, five or 10

months.

Hosting an exchange

student allows local

families to experience a

foreign culture first-hand,

be exposed to a new language

and pass on parts

of their own culture.

All students have at

least basic levels of English,

and would attend a

school in the local area.

The group of students

are interested in a wide

variety of hobbies.

Australian-Aboriginal

student Jaydah said she is

looking forward to living

in New Zealand and is

hoping to learn about

the Maori culture and to

adapt to living in a different

environment.

Denmark native Caroline,

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culture as an exchange

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Nathan, 16, is a French

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Young leader calls it quits

• By Tom Doudney

THE CITY’S youngest community

board member, Joe Davies, will not

seek re-election in October, saying

he is disillusioned with local body

politics.

The 22-year-old Hagley-Ferrymead

Community Board member said he

was disappointed in the performance

of the city council and Mayor Lianne

Dalziel.

“Under her leadership she is now

looking to sell hundreds of millions

of dollars’ worth of public assets, we

are seeing increases in rates, we are

seeing power taken away from community

boards and overall it has been

a pretty disappointing experience in

many respects,” he said.

“It has been a great honour representing

the people of the ward and I

have really enjoyed getting to know

the community groups and the residents

associations, but in terms of the

council itself, it is a corporation and

its interests are not of the people’s.”

A spokeswoman for the mayor

said Ms Dalziel had spoken with Mr

Davies and understood his concerns.

“She is very sorry to lose him from

the Hagley-Ferrymead Community

Board,” the spokeswoman said.

It is the second community board

member to leave local body politics

this term.

Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community

CALLING IT QUITS: Hagley-Ferrymead Community Board member

Joe Davies said he will not stand for re-election in October as he is

disappointed in the performance of the city council and Mayor Lianne

Dalziel.

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Board deputy chairwoman Jane

Broughton resigned from the board

in December 2014 because she believed

the city council was running a

poor operation.

She said it was wasting money

and operating with a dysfunctional

structure.

Mr Davies was elected in 2013,

when he was 19.

He made the decision not to seek a

second term after The People’s Choice

group opted to back real estate

company owner, Vicki Tahau-Paton,

rather than Mr Davies to stand for

the city council in the Christchurch

Central Ward.

Mr Davies said he was planning on

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Hilltop blaze claims car

• By Bridget Rutherford

A WOMAN’S Audi A4 station

wagon burst into flames near

Akaroa last week after she pulled

over because it began smoking.

Firefighters from Little River

and Akaroa were called to the

blaze near the Hilltop Tavern

on Christchurch Akaroa Rd last

Tuesday evening.

Little River chief fire officer

David Irving said the woman

had been driving over the hill

in the Audi when she noticed

smoke coming from the bonnet.

She pulled over and got out of

the vehicle, and it caught alight,

Mr Irving said.

“By the time we got there it

was just a burning shell. It was

difficult to put out because the

tank was full of fuel.”

THe exact cause of the fire

was unknown and no one was

injured, he said.

THe following night, a

Birdlings Flat man sat in his

house for about 20min before

realising his roof had caught fire

and filled with smoke.

THree fire trucks and 21

firefighters from Little River and

Lincoln battled the blaze at the

small Coates Rd house at about

5.45pm last Wednesday.

Mr Irving said the fire

looked to have started in the

BLAZE: A woman’s Audi A4 station wagon burst into flames

near the Hilltop Tavern last week.

chimney, and spread throughout

the roof.

When fire crews arrived they

could see significant smoke

coming out from under the eaves

of the house, he said.

“THe occupant was home, he

was unaware for probably 20min

that there was any problem. He

was in the front of the house, and

went back to the rear where the

fire was and saw the room filling

with smoke.”

Mr Irving said he then called

both the Fire Service and

neighbours, who attempted to

put the fire out, before fire crews

arrived.

THe man was a tenant in the

house and had only lived there

for about three weeks, he said.

THere did not appear to have

been any working smoke alarms,

Mr Irving said.

“THe rear of the house has been

extensively damaged and the

front has been smoke and water

damaged.”

Woman

charged with

wilful damage

• By Bridget Rutherford

A 29-YEAR-OLD woman has

been charged with wilful damage

after throwing a metal road

sign through a large window at

Akaroa’s Madeira Hotel.

Senior Constable Anita Osborne

said the woman had been

consuming alcohol early Saturday

morning at the hotel before getting

into an argument with people

there.

She then became “agitated” and

threw the metal road sign, which

had been on the road, through the

large window that looks out onto

the car park at about 2.30am.

She also broke a nearby letterbox

and tried to use it to do

further damage.

Senior Constable Osborne

said a number of people tried to

restrain the woman before police

arrived to arrest her.

“People there were trying to get

her to go away.”

The woman was charged with

wilful damage, and police were

considering further charges, Senior

Constable Osborne said.

She would not say what the

further charges were.

The woman would appear in the

district court on July 1.

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Wednesday June 15 2016

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Family business a tradition

A NEW shop in Sumner has

strong links with the seaside

suburb’s retailing past.

Rita Lovell-Smith has just

opened up a new gift, toys and

homeware shop, Dear Prudence,

on Wakefield Ave, which is

named after her grandmother

Prue Lovell-Smith.

Prue ran The Village Junkshop,

a few doors along in

Wakefield Ave, for more than 35

years.

Rita said the name of her

new shop was a tribute to her

late grandmother, and was also

named after The Beatles song

Dear Prudence.

That is not the only family

connection.

Dear Prudence is similar to

another local business, Red Fish

Blue Fish, a gift shop opened by

her aunt, Rebecca Lovell-Smith,

in 1996.

After selling Red Fish Blue

Fish, which sat alongside The

Village Junkshop, Rebecca went

on to open Blackbird in Heathcote

Valley, and Lyttelton’s God

Save the Queen.

Rita said Dear Prudence was

a mix of the three shops, with a

bit of her own personal touch.

“I used to love the junkshop

and Red Fish Blue Fish when I

FAMILY BUSINESS: Rita Lovell-Smith (right) has just opened

a gift store in Sumner, with inspiration from her aunt, Rebecca

Lovell-Smith (left), who started gift stores in Sumner, Lyttelton

and Heathcote Valley.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

was growing up,” she said.

“I loved all the interesting and

beautiful things they stocked,

but also that sense of being able

to discover something different,

of fossicking around.

“I’m really excited at being

able to do the same thing here

and Rebecca has been fantastic,

helping me stock the shop and

giving advice.”

As well as the new stock gifts,

toys, household items, posters,

cards Dear Prudence sells a

small range of secondhand

books and records.

Dear Prudence is open

from Tuesday to Friday, 11am-

5pm, and weekends from 10am-

4pm.

Bigger lights festival

• By Bridget Rutherford

THE ANNUAL Lyttelton Festival

of Lights celebration begins

this weekend, with nine days of

activities and events planned.

The festival will run from Saturday

until June 27, and will include

light installations, puppet shows,

the annual street party, fireworks,

stalls, music and more.

Co-ordinator Claire Coates said

a new feature this year was Light.

Creativity. Celebration. – which

is a series of light installations

around the suburb.

She said it would be like little

pockets of creativity popping up

for people to look at.

“We wanted to create some surprises

for this year’s festival and

we are pleased this project and the

programme of events throughout

the week is going to tick all the

boxes for everyone.”

One of the works will be a light

sculpture by Corsair Bay artists

Lillianna Sequira and Mario Luz

and their five-year-old daughter,

Eva.

Other works will include light

projections by Jason Greig, a light

display by Maree Henry in the

window of Henry Trading on

London St, and a window display

by Bettina Evans in the Lyttelton

Information Centre.

A series of puppet shows at St

Saviour’s at Holy Trinity will be

on, and the giant puppets will

re-appear at the street party on

June 24.

Lyttelton Arts Factory will celebrate

its grand re-opening with

a cabaret show at its new home in

the school hall on Friday before

the festival begins.

“We’re just really looking forward

to another great event,” Ms

Coates said.

For full details of the events

throughout the festival, pick up

a programme at all Christchurch

City Libraries, or visit http://www.

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 7

News

Wharf gets upgrade

A $1 MILLION extension

of Akaroa’s visitor centre

will be built on the wharf

to cater for increased visitor

numbers.

Black Cat Cruises will

remove the old cold stores

which are part of its cruises

centre, to allow a larger

building with more retail,

customer and staff facilities.

It hopes to have the

extension completed by

September.

The new centre will

include environmentally

friendly and power saving

features with better wheelchair

access.

A wood pallet burner will

heat water for the showers

that visitors use after swimming

with the dolphins in

the harbour, and new toilets

and changing facilities will

be built.

Chief executive Paul

Milligan said the extension

was the biggest investment

for Black Cat Cruises since

the purchase of its flagship

vessel, known as Black Cat,

in 1999.

“Without the addition

of extra cruise ships into

ARTIST’S IMPRESSION: Black Cat Cruises hopes to have

its revamped visitor centre completed by September. ​

Akaroa Harbour following

the 2011 Canterbury earthquakes

we probably would

not have considered investing

so much.

“That being said, some of

our facilities needed upgrading.”

Black Cat Cruises sales

and marketing manager

Natasha Lombart said the

company was seeing renewed

interest in Akaroa

from international markets,

and tourist bookings were

now stretching out to August

2017.

HAVE YOUR SAY: Do

you think the visitor

centre extension will be

a boost for Akaroa? Send

your views to bridget.

rutherford@starmedia.

kiwi

No view – no way

• By Bridget Rutherford

MT PLEASANT residents are

worried a new kindergarten to be

built in front of their properties will

block their estuary views and clog the

car parks outside their homes.

Kidsfirst Kindergartens wants to

rebuild its kindergarten on McCormacks

Bay Rd next to the new community

centre.

But residents living behind the site

voiced their concerns about the plan

at a hearing last week.

The hearing was adjourned so

Kidsfirst could submit a written right

of reply within 10 days.

Commissioner David Mountfort

has until next Wednesday to issue a

decision on whether it can progress

with plans to build the kindergarten.

In their submissions, residents said

their estuary views would be blocked,

a lack of car parking on-site would

clog McCormacks Bay Rd, and could

be unsafe for small children being

In Brief

FUNDING SOUGHT

THe Boat Security and Safety

Association has applied for funding

to go towards hiring a secretary. The

Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community

Board will decide whether to grant the

$581 at its meeting today.

dropped off.

They were concerned that plans for

the new facility included the capacity

of children increasing from 30 to 50.

It was also required to provide nine

car parks – five for visitors and four

for staff – but there were only six car

parks provided, plus one wheelchair

park in the plans, prompting concerns

staff would have to park on the road

instead.

Kidsfirst chief executive Sherryll

Wilson said as the hearing was

ongoing it would be inappropriate to

comment until the commissioner had

made a decision.

The original kindergarten was

damaged in the February 2011 earthquake,

and later demolished.

HAVE YOUR SAY: What do you

think of plans to rebuild Kidsfirst

Kindergarten at Mt Pleasant? Are

you affected? Email your views

to bridget.rutherford@starmedia.

kiwi

SOD TURNING

A sod turning event to commence the

building of the new Redcliffs Public

Library will be held at the Main Rd

site on Friday at 3.30pm. The building

will also have a children’s library and

community space.

Are you ready to play your part

in Canterbury’s water management?

We’re looking for people who want to make a difference. We’re

looking for people who have expertise and want to help find solutions.

If this sounds like you then applications to join the Regional Water Management

Committee are now open. The committee is refreshing its community membership

for the first time since 2013 to ensure new perspectives are reflected.

What is the Regional Water Management Committee?

The committee is a key advisory group made up of representatives from councils,

Rūnanga and the community.

It provides strategic water management advice to councils and industry groups

to deliver the multiple targets of the Canterbury Water Management Strategy.

The committee’s work helps ensure we have safe drinking water supplies,

sustainable farming practices, clean rivers and streams, as well as protecting

environmental, cultural, and recreational values.

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Applications are due by 4:00pm, 5 July 2016.

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News

Three Akaroa landmarks and a Ferrymead house have been recognised in the Canterbury

Heritage Awards. A ceremony to announce the winners and highly-commended was held at

the newly-restored Great Hall at the Christchurch Arts Centre on Thursday. Akaroa’s Banksia

Cottage was highly commended in the Domestic Saved and Restored category. Work on

the cottage was carried out by Plane Tree Ltd. The Gaiety, which was repaired and officially

opened in March, was also highly-commended in the same category. The Banks Peninsula

War Memorial was repaired by Fulton Hogan after sustaining earthquake damage. The work

was commended. The memorial, which is owned by a trust rather than the city council or the

Returned and Services’ Association, was officially re-opened in October. Curragh House, in

Ferrymead, was highly-commended in the Heritage Tourism section. Christ’s College’s Miles

Warren Building, which is named after Governors Bay resident and architect Sir Miles Warren,

won the Future Heritage award.

2016 Canterbury Heritage Award winners:

•Supreme Award: Christchurch Arts Centre Great Hall

•Domestic Saved and Restored: Chilcombe and Racecourse Hill Homestead

•Public Realm Saved and Restored: Isaac Theatre Royal and Bridge of Remembrance

•Outstanding Contribution to Heritage: Canterbury Cultural Collections Recovery Centre Project

(Air Force Museum)

•Seismic: Christchurch Arts Centre Great Hall

•Heritage Tourism: Riccarton House and Valuing Our Heritage

•Future Heritage: Miles Warren Building

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IMPRESSIVE: The Miles Warren

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HISTORIC: Banks Peninsula War

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announced last week. ​

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Wednesday June 15 2016

Your Local Views

Liquor licence applications

National MP

based in the Port

Hills Nuk Korako

asks whether

it is time to

tweak the

liquor licensing

application

process

Being an MP means

constituents come to me about

a wide variety of local issues.

One that has recently been

brought to my attention is the

existing process for viewing

liquor licensing applications in

Christchurch.

We can’t currently view liquor

licensing applications online

– instead we must make an

appointment with the Alcohol

Licensing Team and visit the

council to read the application

in person. Several residents

have mentioned to me that this

process is unnecessarily arduous

and that they would like to be

able to view the documents on

the city council’s website instead.

Numerous city councils

around the country already

do this. For instance, current

applications can be viewed in

their entirety on the Dunedin,

Wellington and Tauranga city

council websites. I am interested

in seeing whether it is possible

for our council to do something

similar. Putting licensing

applications online simply makes

it easier for us all to access this

information and to be aware

of what’s happening in our

neighbourhoods.

Let me be clear that this isn’t

about making it harder for

applicants to obtain, alter or

renew their licences. I know

many of our local businesses,

clubs and events sell or supply

alcohol, and they take their

responsibilities under the Sale

and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012

seriously. They are part of what

makes Port Hills such a vibrant

electorate to live.

This is simply about ensuring

that those residents and

community groups who meet

the threshold of having a ‘greater

interest’ in new licences and licence

renewals don’t face unnecessary

barriers in participating in the

application process.

I have already spoken with

city councillor Paul Lonsdale

about this issue, but would also

like to hear your thoughts. You

can get in touch with me at nuk.

korakomp@parliament.govt.nz.

HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

think we should be able

to view liquor licence

applications online? Email

your views to bridget.

rutherford@starmedia.kiwi

Banks

Peninsula

Water Zone

Committee

chairman

Steve

Lowndes

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Suppliers to trade and retail

Inspiration acknowledged

Banks Peninsula

is unique.

We are different from the plains

in so many ways including our

landscape, weather, water resources,

biodiversity and people.

One of many individuals who,

by caring for the landscape, is

really making a difference is

Peter Ramsden. Peter’s turangawaiwai

is Koukourarata/Port

Levy or in his words, heaven.

Peter was recently named a finalist

in the national Green Ribbon

Awards for his contribution

to his rūnanga/people and the

environment. Peter’s inspiration

and influence extends throughout

Ngāi Tahu’s rohē but his influence

is most noticeable close

to home at Koukourarata.

Peter has worked for a number

of years with local farmer

Tim Coop and his family on

an extensive riparian fencing

and planting project along the

local stream. A block of 87

ha of native bush at the top of

the catchment, the Kakanui

Reserve, has been set aside and

covenanted. An area of tōtara

has been planted close to the

marae for future carvers and

various varieties of flax planted

for the weavers.

But the most inspiring thing

for me is Peter’s commitment

to providing opportunities for

young and old alike to learn

in a warm and welcoming

environment. Peter reminds me

that it is people who make the

difference.

Take a trip over to heaven one

weekend and you are sure to be

inspired.

He aha te mea nui o te ao

What is the most important

thing in the world?

He tangata, he tangata, he

tangata

It is the people, it is the people,

it is the people

Bio what?

The word ‘biodiversity’ seems

to occur more and more when

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WELL DONE:

Peter Ramsden

was named

a finalist in

the national

Green Ribbon

Awards for his

contribution to

his rūnanga/

people and the

environment. ​

we hear the environment being

talked about, but what does it

mean?

The word is a contraction of

“biological diversity”. It refers to

the variety of living organisms

within a particular ecosystem

like a stream, a wetland or a

paddock. These living organisms

may be plants, animals,

insects or birds and together

they provide the foundation of

life upon which we all depend.

In Maori the word “mauri”

encapsulates the idea of the life

force in nature which is akin to

a healthy, breathing ecosystem.

The Banks Peninsula Water

Zone Committee is keen to

work with local landowners and

community groups to improve

biodiversity. Funds are available

for projects.

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Bay Harbour News asked

its readers what changes

they would like made to the

St Andrews Hill and Bridle

Path Rds intersection:

Sandy Cassels, of

Lyttelton – Could there not be

three lanes – one for Heathcote

traffic turning left into Ferry Rd,

two for hill traffic turning left

into Ferry Rd and three for those

turning right to Sumner?

Move the island in the

middle a little to create more

space. Cyclists might need to use

the footpath for turning left and

the road for turning right.

If lights are installed, they

would need to have a longer

green phase so everyone can

get a go at moving on and not

creating a back log of traffic.

Richard Perrett – I travel

down St Andrews Hill Rd

every day in rush hour and

have had no difficulty using the

intersection in a safe manner.

Drivers on Bridal Path Rd

are generally courteous and let

traffic in from St Andrews Hill

Rd. What I do have a problem

with are the drivers in your

picture who leave large gaps

between them and the next car.

If these drivers bunched up,

more cars could safely get out

from St Andrews Hill Rd and

flow would improve. Lights are

unlikely to improve traffic flow

from St Andrews Hill Rd during

peak times and will impede

Previously

United Travel

traffic flow at other times while

incurring a significant cost.

Christchurch has an obsession

with traffic lights which outside

of rush hours only add time to

journeys.

If drivers consider it dangerous

turning into Bridal Path Rd

from Sumner, they should slow

down, open their eyes and

exercise some judgement instead

of making it someone else’s

problem. Perhaps a warning sign

for traffic turning from Sumner

into Bridal Path Rd may reduce

the risk?

Readers respond to

Richard Suggate’s Soap

Box column about the

Diamond Harbour Ferry:

Carolyn Nicol, of Diamond

Harbour

For many years preearthquake

I used the bus and

ferry services and loved it.

When returning home I would

catch the express bus to Lyttelton

and this bus was guaranteed

to catch the ferry. Since the

earthquakes the express bus

has been removed, Colombo St

is congested at peak times, so

coming home via the bus and

ferry services has just become

unworkable for me.

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

appears to have a plan to make

the bus/ferry connection as

unpleasant as possible – no

doubt to encourage ferry and bus

users that a shift of the ferry will

be better. I don’t think the ferry

links well with the bus timetable.

National List MP and

Rapaki Runanga member

Nuk Korako responds to

Archie Laird’s letter on

June 1 about dredging in

Lyttelton Harbour:

You’re correct that dredging

here is not new, but Rapaki

Runanga’s concern is where the

dredge spoil is dumped.

The runanga would like to see

the dump site located further

offshore. For years we’ve seen

our mahinga kai beds desecrated

by mud carried up the harbour

from dredging residue created by

inner harbour dumping.

The only mahinga kai shellfish

beds now left are cockles, and

these are already at risk because

of mud build-up. Paua and

mussels have now disappeared

from our kainga foreshore.

Depositing dredge spoil away

from the harbour will strike the

appropriate balance between

protecting our harbour as a

mahinga kai and ensuring it

remains a gateway port.

The city council was

asking people to submit

ideas on what Sumner’s

new community centre,

library and museum should

be named. Bay Harbour

News asked its readers

what they would like the

facility to be called:

Maria Simmonds – The name

I suggest for the new Sumner

Community Centre is The

Sumner Hub.

This is the name given to

the centre created at the old

Sumner School hall during

the earthquakes. The hub

was the place where you could

get information, water, public

meetings were held, support in

many forms including the tent

school and care for the elderly.

Many of these services have

continued when the Sumner

community group moved to the

old police station. It will resonant

with many people as it was the

place where we all came together

to help each other out during

those difficult months and years.

Bay Harbour News asked

its readers whether they

thought Recliffs needed

more social housing after

the city council began

demolishing Avonheath

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exemplar of good planning. The

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more than those in the majority

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vacant for most of the daytime

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Wednesday June 15 2016

PUPILS HAVE been busy

making lunch with produce

from their school garden.

Diamond Harbour’s Kotare

class made ravioli and

smoothies.

The pupils used eggs they had

collected over the week from the

chickens to make the pasta.

The ravioli had harvested

silverbeet, spinach, kale, onions,

oyster mushrooms and fresh

SCHOOL

YUM: Diamond Harbour School pupils made ravioli out of

the produce grown in their school garden. ​

Kai from the

school garden

herbs in it.

After making the lunch, the

pupils set the table, including

flowers from the school garden

for decoration, and said a karakia

before enjoying it.

Following their meal, they

planted broad beans, daffodil

bulbs, took the beans from their

pods and put them into labelled

bags to be planted in spring,

and laid pea-straw.

New entrants learn from young teachers

DIAMOND HARBOUR School

year 7 and 8 pupils have been

working with new entrants to

demonstrate learning habits.

Together, the pupils worked

on a presentation to show their

love of a chosen topic.

They came up with some

questions, researched, planned

and put together a final piece

which would showcase their new

learning to the young pupils.

Some groups headed straight

to iPads and laptops, others to

the library, some to the construction

areas and others to the

art resources.

Presentations included slideshows

about the extinct shark

species Megalodon, models of

race cars with full steering, posters

about dolphins, a quiz about

cheetahs and a movie about

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A FORMER New Zealand rower

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pupils recently.

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with her best achievement going

CREATIVE: New entrant Antonio (left) and Mack with their

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She went on to become world

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BaY HaRBOUR

WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 2016

People make

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New look House of Travel Ferrymead

Mel Hubber (nee Lowen) & Kim Beswick have taken over the

ownership of House of Travel Ferrymead, but they are certainly

no strangers to the business. Between them they have a combined

number of sixteen years working in store and are both excited about

their upcoming store move and what it means for the customers,

the team and for Ferrymead.

‘By now you will have seen our signs up on our new site at 987

Ferry Road and we are excited about our upcoming move as soon

as the site is finished later this month’.

We are happy to welcome new team member Melanie Bartram who

comes to us with a wealth of industry experience and knowledge,

having personally worked on cruise ships and recently teaching at

the NZ School of travel and tourism for the last five years.

We are so proud of having such a well-travelled friendly team who

have incredible knowledge they are able to pass on to our clients’.

We know that the best holidays are created together and we know

we have the right people to help make sense of all the offers out

there and provide exceptional travel solutions.’ Kim

‘We are well aware of the impact the events of the last five years

have had in our community and while we are currently operating

from our ‘purple portacom’ by Mitre 10 Mega and Countdown -

we are super excited about the new developments and buildings

taking shape in Ferrymead and our upcoming move to our new

flagship store at 987 Ferry Road.’’ – Mel

Together the new owners are excited to be leading their team

through the upcoming development of the new store and inspiring

travellers more than ever before. They are also 100% committed

to supporting local businesses and being an integral part of

establishing Ferrymead as an enviable business hub.

Mel Hubber (nee Lowen)

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No. of years in travel: 22 years

No. of countries visited: 57

Travel for me has been a way of life over a twenty year

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and love beaches, mountains and different cultures

in particular Europe. I love local cuisine, markets and

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CONTACT MEL | email: mellowen@hot.co.nz | phone: 376 4018

Kim Beswick

Owner Operator

No. of years in travel: 10 years

No. of countries visited: 114

I have travelled to 114 countries on all continents. I

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Nicky De Clifford

Travel Specialist

No. of years in travel: 23 years

No. of countries visited: 30

Having a young child I am always on the look-out for great family holiday

destinations. Recent visits include the Sunshine Coast and Thailand which

offer great value accommodation, excellent weather and food and the locals are

super friendly and just love kids! Other family destinations I

can recommend from personal experience are Hawaii, Bali

and for somewhere closer to home - Fiji and Rarotonga.

Anna O’Dell

Travel Specialist

No. of years in travel: 2 years

No. of countries visited: 36

Having travelled extensively I thoroughly enjoy immersing myself in the rich

culture of any destination I get the opportunity to visit. Travel is my passion &

I love helping clients create an unforgettable experience that is

uniquely their own!

CONTACT NICKY | email: ndeclifford@hot.co.nz | phone: 376 4031 CONTACT ANNA | email: annao@hot.co.nz | phone: 376 4036

Alisha Russell

Travel Specialist

No. of years in travel: 1 years

No. of countries visited: 32

I have travelled to over 35 different countries and my “to-do” list is forever

growing! Europe with its history and culture is a definite favourite of mine.

For me, travel is inspiring and transformative - it allows you to learn

more about the world around you, and in the process, more

about yourself.

Harriet Babe

Travel Specialist

No. of years in travel: 1 years

No. of countries visited: 22

I love travel- to enjoy different cuisine, culture, history, scenery, people and

their language. You feel a sense of richness of a culture, especially accessing

places that are so remote and untouched. Sports games are a

highlight of most of my holidays as well as exploring

national parks!

CONTACT ALISHA | email: alishar@hot.co.nz | phone: 376 4023

Melanie Bartram

Travel Specialist

No. of years in travel: 20 years

No. of countries visited: 53

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years industry experience, let me inspire you on your next

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are many more I am longing to explore!. While I am relatively new to the

industry I am your first point of contact when you come into our office and I

hope to make you feel welcome! I support the sales team with

the construction of your holiday, something I find truly

rewarding and enjoyable.

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Wednesday June 15 2016

SPORTS

International regattas

for young sailors

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

TWO TALENTED sailors will

use their friendly competitions

in Charteris Bay as training

when they travel to international

regattas next month.

Will Hadfield qualified for

the Optimist North American

Championship in Antigua, and

David Buchanan, who qualified

for the International Optimist

Dinghy Association World

Championship in Portugal.

The boys qualified for their

respective international races

in March through the Optimist

Nationals, which were held in

Auckland.

Will’s mum Becky Hadfield

said Will and David have always

had a friendly rivalry when racing

for their club.

“It’s a great wee rivalry, and

it’s always better when there are

equal people to race against - it’s

a healthy rivalry . . . it’s tight

between them mostly. David has

it this year, he’s slightly ahead

because he’s going to the worlds,

but Will’s still going to the North

American regatta,” she said.

Will, 13, will be representing

New Zealand for the second

time next month. His first competition

was last year when Mrs

Hadfield travelled with him to

Doha, Qatar.

AT SPEED: Will Hadfield,

13, will travel to a North

American yachting regatta

next month.

“Last year I went to Doha with

him. But this year (his) dad is

going with him, and I’ve missed

out, but I’m not too worried, I

think he’ll make it next year as

well,” Mrs Hadfield said.

She said both boys had trained

hard for the past few months,

and are both in the top 25 sailors

aged under 15 in the country.

“They’re both in the top 25

sailors in the country. David’s

currently sixth and Will’s 13th,”

she said.

Both Will and David are

fundraising before they leave for

their respective competitions,

and have set up givealittle pages

to help them get there.

•If you would like to help, go to

www.givealittle.co.nz and search

for David Buchanan, and Will

Hadfield.

Big win caps milestone

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

SUMNER celebrated Lawrence

Babe’s milestone 100th match on

Saturday with a 65-31 thrashing

of Shirley at St Leonard’s Square.

Babe has had a stellar season

for Sumner. He has been

awarded seven most valuable

player awards, ninth equal with

University’s Marty McKenzie

for the most MVP awards in

the Hawkins Division 1 Cup

competition.

Babe celebrated his milestone

against Shirley with a try.

“I’m pretty stoked to have

made it to 100 games for the

club, and it was pretty good to

get the win as well,” Babe said.

Another notable Sumner

feat has seen first five-eighth

Nik Cumming charge past the

100-point mark for the season.

Cumming chalked up his century

against Christchurch two

Saturdays ago, and on the weekend

scored another 23 points to

take his tally to 131.

He scored two tries, kicked

five conversions and a penalty

goal against Shirley.

He is now only 32 points

behind points tally leader High

School Old Boys’ first fiveeighth

Jarred Percival’s total of

163.

Cumming said he was unaware

of his personal points

tally until only a few weeks ago.

“I only found out in the last

few weeks (that he was so close),

so it was a bit of a shock really. I

MILESTONE: Sumner celebrated Lawrence Babe’s 100th

match for the club in style when they crushed Shirley 65-31. ​

don’t focus on it, but it’s just the

way we play, we try and build

scores, and that can mean we

kick for points often,” he said.

But it’s not just penalties

Cumming scores, he has also

scored six tries, meaning he’s

the Hawkins Division 1 Cup

competition’s seventh equal top

try scorer.

Cumming will head back to

the West Coast at the end of the

season, to join back up with his

team for the start of the Mitre

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August.

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Wednesday June 15 2016

Surf lifesaving family dominate awards

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

A FAMILY of surf lifesavers has been

recognised in a recent regional awards

evening.

The Jamieson family, consisting of

husband and wife Craig and Tisha,

and son Will, were all on stage at one

point to receive an award in Saturday’s

Canterbury Awards of Excellence

evening at Mashina Lounge.

Mr Jamieson received the Lifeguard

of the Year award. An award he said

was all down to the role others played

working towards a common goal.

“In reality, I have earned this award

on the back of a lot of other volunteers

with a common goal, so people can

enjoy our beaches and return home

after a great Kiwi day with everyone

intact,” he said.

Mrs Jamieson and son, Will, were

on stage later in the evening to receive

the award on behalf of the Taylors

Mistake club for the Rescue of the

Year, performed by Will in February.

The evening also saw coach of the

year jointly won by Sumner’s Mark

Robberds and Waimairi’s Janice

Murdoch.

Mr Jamieson, who has been a part of

the Taylors Mistake club for 16 years,

said being named the lifeguard of the

year is a huge achievement.

“Hell yeah, for me it’s a huge

achievement. But to be honest I’m just

happy to do the job really . . . I was

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BAY HARBOUR

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Knit ’n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-11am

Head along to Lyttelton Library

to Knit ’n’ Yarn. Take your knitting,

crochet or other portable

craft project and enjoy time with

other crafters.

Lyttelton Library, free, beginners

welcome.

Sumner Toy Library

Today, 7.30pm-8.30pm

Sumner Toy Library will be

open this evening so people can

go along and have a look at the toy

selection. It is open every second

Wednesday of the month during

the school term.

Old school hall, Wiggins St. Visit

the Facebook page for more details

at www.facebook.com/SumnerToys

Redcliffs TribalDive Belly

Dance

Wednesdays, 6.30pm-7.30pm

RedcliffsTribalDiva Belly Dance

class is fun and good for fitness

and confidence, as well as a chance

to make new friends.

TribalDiva Studios, at 40A

Taupata St, Redcliffs. For full

class details or to register, email:

tribaldiva.bellydancers@hotmail.

co.nz, call 027 756 4460 or visit

www.tribaldiva.co.nz

Alliance Française Music

Festival 2016

Saturday, 7pm-11pm

This Lyttelton festival, inspired

by France’s Music Day, will

celebrate all styles of music with

several different performances.

This year’s festival will feature up

and coming local bands.

Wunderbar, Lyttelton. $12 entry.

Community

Events

Email

Papa Tree Puppet Collective,

Lyttelton Festival of Lights

Saturday

10am – Farmyard Fun with Liz

Weir from Coalgate – for ages

2-6. Liz Weir’s ventriloquism with

her eccentric collection of animals

is a delight.

11am – Peter Rabbit, with Juliet

Neill of Thumbs Up Puppetry,

Lyttelton – for ages 3-8 – a quirky

take on Beatrice Potter’s tale, with

lots of humour for all ages.

Noon – The Magic Acorn, with

Miyuki Takahagi of New Brighton

and Little River – for ages 3-8 - a

show based on an old tale, with

lots of interaction and music.

1pm – The Old Lady who

Swallowed a Fly – from Rowena

MacGill of Sunset Silhouettes,

Teddington – for families -a

shadow puppet show based on the

old favourite children’s song.

2pm – The Coconut

Whangershnozzle Pirate

Show – from Kerry and Mary

McCammon of New Brighton –

for ages 5-10. A musical show with

pizzaz, delighting in the absurd.

All shows will be held at

St Saviour’s at Holy Trinity,

Winchester St, Lyttelton. $5 per

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Matariki in Sumner

There will be a series of events

and activities held in Sumner to

celebrate Matariki.

June 26, 5.30am-7am – Cultural

Astronomy Tour - Make sure to

wrap up warm and head along to

watch Matariki rising just before

dawn, with Mary Bell. Meet at

the row of pines on Summit Rd at

the top of Richmond Hill. $5 per

person, and under 18s are free.

June 26, 2pm-4pm – Seed Bomb

Making Creative Workshop, old

school hall, Wiggins St. $10 per

person and you will need to book

a place.

To book places email events@

sumnerresidents.co.nz, or for more

information visit www.sumnerhub.

nz

A Night with The Unicorn

June 23, 7pm

Just back from Adelaide Fringe

and sold out shows during the New

Zealand Jazz Fest, international

comedian Derek Flores (also

World Buskers Festival favourite

El Jaguar) uses inspiration from

the audience to tell new and

unique tales never to be repeated.

Featuring musician Kris Finnerty.

The performance is part of the

Lyttelton Festival of Lights.

Lyttelton Arts Factory, $10.

GEARING UP: Lyttelton Festival of Lights will run from

Saturday until June 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 lovelylyttelton. Those

taking part can then text their street address to 021 023

18196 to receive a spot prize. Pick-up a programme at

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Revamped bottle store brings

modern convenience

to Lyttelton

Lyttelton’s only bottle store, Super

Liquor Lyttelton, has now been

completely refurbished. The result:

a bright, sophisticated liquor outlet

with a well-designed layout offering a full

range of beers, wines and spirits to suit all

budgets and requirements.

Located at 42 Norwich Quay, the former

Mondo Vino, which had been trading for

eight years under the ownership of Jean-

Pierre Ribotton, was purchased by Harjit

Singh in January this year and converted to a

Super Liquor outlet.

The conversion involved not merely a name

change, but a major revamp of the premises.

The opportunity to purchase the Lyttelton

business was too good to pass up, Harjit says,

even though the building required significant

investment to bring it up to the level of a

modern, customer-friendly Super Liquor

outlet.

That investment included the installation

of a new cool room, sleek new shelving units,

new carpeting and lighting, a new spirits area

and an extended wine area.

The store continued to trade during the

alteration work, and Harjit says customers

were very patient and tolerant, despite the

disruptions and mess.

The newly refurbished Lyttelton Super Liquor store on Norwich Quay

An extensive range of local and imported wines are available

“I would like to thank customers for their

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because if he hadn’t been ready to sell his

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to come to Lyttelton.”

In addition to the store’s much-improved

interior, Super Liquor Lyttelton also has the

advantage of the legacy left by a previous

operation on the site – a petrol station. This

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customers to drive up to the door, pop in and

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There is also an off-street parking area at the

front.

Super Liquor Lyttelton is open seven days

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to 9pm Sunday.

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industry experience

The large new cool room now stocks local and European beers, plus a huge range of craft beers

Lyttelton Super Liquor Manager Gursharan Singh.

Lyttelton Super Liquor Operations Manager

Kuljinder Sandhu

An experienced operator in the

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The store’s extensive selection of all types of

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“We have doubled our range of craft beers,

and we have every European beer you could

think of at very competitive prices.”

Super Liquor Lyttelton also welcomes

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source them. Store manager Gursharan Singh

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was the manager at Woolston Super Liquor

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Super Liquor Lyttelton also supports the

community, such as helping with fundraising

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Wednesday June 15 2016

Pizza restaurant

offers cosy spot

for family fun

As it cools down into winter,

Winnies Ferrymead is there to

warm you and your family up with

a cosy, inviting environment and

arguably the tastiest Kiwi pizzas you will find

anywhere.

Now approaching eight years in the

neighbourhood, Winnies Ferrymead is proud

to be community-focused by sponsoring the

local sports teams, schools and events within

the area.

With the school holidays fast approaching,

Winnes Ferrymead suggests a great way to

keep children occupied for one day at least

is the Kids Pizza School, which is run during

the holidays. Kids love this highly enjoyable

activity, and the cost starts from only $10

per child.

A great Kids Menu also makes Winnies

Ferrymead a fun place to take the family

for lunch, dinner or anytime in between, as

they are open from 11.30am daily. The staff

are only too happy to make sure children

and parents have a great time while enjoying

delicious food.

Fundraiser nights at Winnies Ferrymead

have proved to be a very effective way for

clubs and other organisations to raise money

– earning up to $1000 per sitting. All you need

to do is sell the tickets, people come and feast,

and you walk away with cash for your sports

team, school or charity. These events are now

run on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and

Sunday nights. Give them a call to find out

more details.

Lunches at Winnies are great value, with a

Lunch Menu for $15 or under, including Salad

of the Day, Mini Winnie, Small Pizza and

Pasta of the Day. All ingredients are brought

in fresh and prepared on site, ensuring quality

and flavour. Nothing is off the shelf – it’s all

made with love, fresh for you daily.

For the adults, Winnies Ferrymead offers

birthday dos, work functions, bands, live sport

and a great night out. Visit their Facebook

page to keep up to date with what’s happening.

Winnies Ferrymead – your local family

pizza restaurant and bar, Waterman Place

Ferrymead, phone 376 4900.

Now delivering between Cass Bay

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

Three Years On

and Going Strong

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 23

It Is now three years since Auckland

trained Rosanne Marks took over sirocco

Hair studio on Mount Pleasant, and she is

celebrating this anniversary by giving back

to her clients in a way that appeals to both

fun-loving adults and younger customers.

Everyone who comes along for a service

gets to try their luck in their Birthday

Lucky Dip, and there’s a whole heap of

surprises and prizes available for the

winners. What’s more, next month if you

book your next appointment while you’re

in the salon, you will go in the draw and

one lucky person will win a free product of

their choice.

Rosanne firmly believes in being part

of the local community and that means

the team at sirocco are not only working

at a family-friendly salon, but they go the

extra mile to make their clients part of

the sirocco family too. It’s a salon where

all generations are welcome, and where

customers and staff get to know each other.

stylist Rachel is off overseas from the 18th

of June. she is taking a 13-week break

and getting married. Rosanne and the

team send her their best wishes and look

forward to her return in september to hear

all about her travels. They welcome Joanna

to the team, a second year apprentice who

will be improving her skills as she works

alongside the rest of the team.

The friendly and welcoming atmosphere

begins as soon as you enter this charming,

boutique salon – there is a cosy waiting

area and the stylists are approachable and

knowledgeable. Whether you are coming

to have a hair up for a formal occasion

such as a school ball or your special day,

or you are simply in for a quick trim, you

are guaranteed to leave having had a great

time and looking and feeling fantastic.

This team of professionals is highly skilled

and adaptable, and because they make

sure they keep up-to-date with current

trends and new techniques and products,

customers can choose a modern style

combined with healthy hair or opt to stick

with their traditional, tried-and-trusted

look.

Back row: left to right, Shanelle, Rachel and Jennifer. Front row: Joanna and Rosanne.

They use only professional-quality

products including Nak for colour and

hair care products (which includes

colours that are sulphate, paraben and

ammonia free) or the Manic Panic range

for the boldest and bravest looks. All this

as well as perms, cuts, and conditioning

treatments, making sure the whole family

is catered for.

Find them 2 soleares Avenue, Mount

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There’s plenty of free parking. to book an

appointment, ring (03) 384 1743 or email

them at siroccohair2013@gmail.com.

Follow them on Facebook at Facebook.

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Wednesday June 15 2016

An absolute winning combination

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This highly sought after Mt Pleasant

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Brilliantly orientated for all day sun

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9ct white gold Halo set

Barrington Jewellery Centre

YouR oNe sTop JeWelleRY shop

offering a combined expertise in jewellery of over 100 years.

opened in 1999 Barrington Jewellery Centre offers unique service where you can purchase

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$2,495

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Before

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Clarity Diamonds was established by Edwin Edmonds to offer a personalised service to

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pieces.

Testimonial

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OVER 500 WEDDING RINGS IN STORE

Craig Anderson – Goldsmith / Manufacturing Jeweller

With 38 years experience at the workbench Craig specialises in jewellery repair and

restoration. A member of the Goldsmiths Guild of New Zealand, Craig completed

his apprenticeship in Wellington and attained his Trade Certificate in Manufacturing

Jewellery in 1978. Jewellery repairs, ring resizing and restorations are carried out

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1st Fl/10a Athelstan Street,

Barrington

Christchurch

Ph:

Fax:

03 332 4233

03 982 4234

Email: jim@jvcvaluers.co.nz

Client Name:

Valuation Number:

Ruby Ring

JC12-7834Ad

Valuation for Insurance

Item: 1 SOLITAIRE RING

Alloy: 18ct yellow gold, Stamped : (18ct/1.00), Manufacture: assembled cast, Maker Designer: na, Setting:

tapered six claw, Underrail: straight, Shoulders diamond set extended and pointed cross over,

Shank/Band: narrow, near flat and slightly tapered.

DIAMOND.. one claw set, round brilliant cut diamond measuring 5.37 - 5.29 mm, estimated total weight

0.58 carats, with apparent averaged quality of; Colour: I-J, Clarity: low SI2, Make: medium good.

DIAMOND.. Fourteen channel set, round brilliant cut diamonds measuring 1.93 - 1.95 mm, estimated

total weight 0.42 carats, with apparent averaged quality of; Colour: H-I, Clarity: SI2-I1, Make: medium.

DiamondLink #L049M- www.diamondlink.co.nz

Item Weight:

Condition:

Durability:

510

Good

Good

Valuer: Jim Young, GIA: Diamonds Graduate GIA: ADG

Authorised signature:

Economic Factors:

grams

NRV- New Replacement Value......

$6,275.00

VALUERS DECLARATION - I hereby certify that the above item was personally examined by me on the date shown

and has been valued for the purpose of Insurance. This report does not constitute a warranty or guarantee. This

report should be read in conjunction with the attached schedule

20 July 2012

$NZ Exchange Rates US$ 0.7775 Metal Prices (NZ$/ounce) Gold 2055.16 Platinum 1857.87 Palladium

785.52 Silver 36.09

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JVC Valuers, Jewellery Valuation Specialists

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BARRINGTON

JEWELLERY

CENTRE

ENTRANCE

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the industry in jewellery valuation services.

1. EXPERIENCE. As we value more precious jewellery than anyone else in NZ, our

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diamonds and gemstones. We value antique watches, antique jewellery, Asian

22 carat or 24 carat gold jewellery.

2. QUALITY. Our valuations meet Insurance Company standards. Your jewellery

will be clearly described, cleaned, photographed and valued. (see sample in

advertisement)

3. PRICE. We offer fair and transparent pricing based on the work we do, not the

value of your jewellery. So there’s no hidden fees.

4. SECURITY. Your jewellery stays on our premises, all our valuations are

completed in house.

5. CONVENIENT. JVC Valuers has four valuation centres conveniently located

in Auckland, Tauranga, Wellington & Christchurch (Christchurch, 1st floor 10a

Athelstan Street-next to medical centre).

6. SERVICE. By appointment you can make a booking at our special Valuation

Days, to have your jewellery valued within the same day. Please Phone 332 4233.

7. Check us out. www.jvcvaluers.co.nz

Barrington St Barrington St

Barrington

jewellery

Centre

Frank leigh St

Jim Young

JVC Valuers

Senior Valuer

GIA: Diamonds

Graduate

Bei Kong

JVC Valuers

FGA: Gemmogolist

GIA: Diamond

Grading

Barrington

Shopping

Centre

athelStan St

WE ARE

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SiMeon St

Barrington

Medical

Milton St

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Ph: (03) 982 2982 or 0800 4 RINGS

Email: edwin@claritydiamonds.co.nz

Jewellery Manufacture, Repair & Restoration

Ph: (03) 337 6576

Email: gold.smith@clear.net.nz

www.jvcvaluers.co.nz

Ph: (03) 332 4233

Email: jim@jvcvaluers.co.nz

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9.00am – 5.30pm Clarity Diamonds: After 5.30pm Weekdays and Saturdays (by Appointment only)

LeveL 1 - 10a atheLstan street, Barrington, ChristChurCh

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