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• By Bridget Rutherford

DIAMOND HARBOUR Rugby

Football Club’s co-founder

“Hawke Eye Hawkins” has been

farewelled.

Ben Hawkins, 77, died

on June 9 after a long

illness. His funeral was

held on Monday at St

Andrew’s Community

Church.

Mr Hawkins

co-founded the rugby

club with former Diamond

Harbour chief fire

officer Don Cameron in 1968,

after moving to the area in 1966.

After the funeral, his friends

and family gathered for an “after-match”

function, like those

typically held after a game, where

a lot of “humour, recollections

and reminiscing” took place.

Mr Cameron said he played

for the club for many years as

a hooker, and gained the nickname

‘Hawke Eye Hawkins’.

“He was a great hooker and

was highly respected

amongst his peers.

He just knew his way

around the field and

knew what was going

on.”

Once Mr Hawkins

finished playing for

the club, he went on to

coach the junior teams,

and later joined the Ellesmere

Junior Advisory Board.

In 2000, he was named a club

patron.

Mr Hawkins moved to

Christchurch from Wairoa as

part of the Maori Affairs Trade

Training Scheme.

•Turn to page 5

HAPPY DAYS: Redcliffs Public Library sub-committee members Tuula Rapley and Jan

McLauchlan were happy to get construction under way at the library’s sod-turning event on

Friday. The pair spoke at the event, along with city councillor Yani Johanson, before the site

was blessed and the sod was turned. The Main Rd library was damaged in the February

and June 2011 earthquakes, and later demolished. City Care will build the new library, which

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Wednesday June 22 2016

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I’M STILL a big fan of libraries.

Though most people now have

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machines, I’m sticking with

paper pages.

THerefore, I am very much

looking forward to the day when

I will be able to walk down the

road and enjoy Redcliffs Public

Library once again. The first

sod was turned last week and

hopefully in five months it will

be ready to go. See the article on

page 5.

Green MP Eugenie Sage

has written a great column

this week. She talks about the

two significant heritage sites

Ripapa Island and Godley Head

tracks and batteries and the

consequences of the Department

of Conservation being underfunded.

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Wednesday June 22 2016

BAY HARBOUR

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News

New life for old school

• By Bridget Rutherford

ONE OF Le Bons Bay’s

community hubs will rise

again as an education and

cultural centre for school

camps and activities.

Le Bons Bay Environmental

Education Trust and Te

Rūnanga o Koukourarata have

applied for resource consent

to turn the former school site

into an education and cultural

centre.

Le Bons Bay School voluntarily

closed at the end of 2012

because it had just four pupils.

The Le Bons Bay Rd site is

owned by Te Rūnanga o Koukourarata,

after the Ministry

of Education decided to sell it

following the school’s closure.

As part of the plan, the trust

and runanga hope to use the

site and its buildings for camp

accommodation, community

activities, and education on the

area.

They hope to renovate the

existing buildings, so they

could accommodate up to 40

people for overnight stays to

service school visits and other

groups.

They would also be used

for environmental education

programmes, as well as art and

yoga classes.

Alongside that, it wants to

gain consent to use the eastern

portion of the site for camping

for up to 20 people during their

stay in the summer months.

The site could also then be

available to be used for community

events, market days,

and a community hall.

The site currently has two

single-storey buildings, an

indoor swimming pool and a

playground.

Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board chairwoman

Pam Richardson said it was an

exciting project.

She said the buildings were

in relatively good condition,

and only needed to be renovated

to bring them back up to

standard.

“It will be amazing.”

HUB: The former Le Bons

Bay School buildings will be

renovated and used to host

school camps, education

and cultural classes, and act

as a community hub.

In Brief

LAKE WARNING

A health warning is still in place

at Lake Forsyth as Environment

Canterbury continues to monitor

its condition. ECan surface water

science manager Tim Davie said

the nodularia concentrations had

declined, but were still above the level

at which health warnings needed to be

in place. To remove these warnings, it

takes two consecutive weekly readings

at below the warning level, which had

not happened. The lake’s quality came

under fire in April when the algal

bloom flared up after a run of dry

weather.

ECAN CANDIDATES

Banks Peninsula water zone

committee chairman Steve Lowndes

will stand for the regional council in

October’s elections. He was selected

to stand for Environment Canterbury

by Labour-aligned group, The

People’s Choice. Redcliffs resident

Dr Cynthia Roberts has also been

named as a candidate. Under the

new ECan structure, seven elected

representatives would join up to six

appointed commissioners.

NO FIREWORKS FOR SUMNER

Sumner will not host the annual Guy

Fawkes’ fireworks display, which will

remain at the New Brighton Pier.

Sumner was mooted as a temporary

location for the display, while the pier

undergoes earthquake repairs. The

city council said the display would not

disrupt the pier’s repair programme.

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Shortlist for

library name

NAME OPTIONS for Sumner’s

new library, community centre and

museum have been shortlisted to

five.

The names include, Matuku

Takotako: Sumner Centre, Sumner

Community Centre, Library and

Museum, Tuawera: Sumner Centre,

The Cornerstone and Surfers Peak.

The city council received 175

name suggestions in a competition

which closed on June 12. A panel

then sorted through the entries and

selected the five finalists.

City councillor Paul Lonsdale

said there were clear favourites and

common themes which ranged

from environmental, historical,

cultural and bilingual to functional

names.

“The shortlisted Te Reo names

reflect Sumner’s historical Māori

links with some really nice

meanings behind them, while

others draw inspiration from the

coastal landscape.”

The winning name will be

announced in July, and the results

will go to the Hagley-Ferrymead

Community Board for the final

decision.

The community now has until

July 3 to go online and vote for their

favourite name at www.yourvoice.

ccc.govt.nz/sumnercentre

Storage facility for The Loons

A 20FT shipping container

has been transformed into

a storage facility for The

Loons Theatre Company

thanks to Lyttelton Port of

Christchurch.

The shipping container was

donated by LPC as part of its

commitment to the Harbour

Basin community in which it

operates.

The Loons celebrated the

opening of its new theatre

and teaching venue called the

Lyttelton Arts Factory with a

two-night cabaret show at the

weekend.

The theatre company is

sharing a school hall with

Lyttelton Primary School on

Oxford St.

Factory manager Darryl

Cribb said the biggest challenge

of the LAF’s new base

was the lack of storage on site.

“The shipping container

created the perfect opportunity

for us to maximise the

dead space behind the school

hall by constructing a unique

storage facility that could

house our essential production

items from sets to stage

props and the scissor lift,” Mr

Cribb said.

“We wouldn’t have been

able to purchase the extra

storage space and modify the

container to fit the site without

the support of Lyttelton

Port company. This donation

makes on site storage viable

for us and I don’t know what

we would have done with out

it.”

The container was modified

by Christchurch-based

manufacturing firm Galbraith

Engineering to create two

rectangular storage units. The

units were delivered on site

last Tuesday by NZ Express

Transport free of charge.

“It took two trucks and

three staff to shoehorn the

containers into the space, and

one of the containers

had a 10mm

clearance. Even just

having this modicum

of space means we

can function as a

professional theatre

venue,” Mr Cribb

said.

The Loons is

now preparing

for its first official

theatre production

– a 10-night run of

British play Road in

July.

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News

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 5

Work begins on library

• By Tania Green

CONSTRUCTION OF the new

Redcliffs Public Library is now

under way.

The Redcliffs community

went along to the Main Rd site

for the sod-turning ceremony

on Friday.

Redcliffs Public Library

patron and former city councillor

David Cox turned the first

sod, with the help of children

Andrew and Nao McLauchlan

after the land was blessed.

City councillor Yani Johanson

spoke at the event, along

with library sub-committee

members Jan McLauchlan and

Tuula Rapley, and president

Rosemary Sladen.

The old library was badly

damaged in the February and

June 2011 earthquakes, and

later demolished.

Ms McLauchlan said it was a

relief to get to this point.

“We’ve been fighting for five

years to get to this stage and it

means quite a lot. And it means

a huge amount for the whole

community because they lost

their library and for five years

people have been saying when

do we get a new library? And

now they can see something is

happening, and it’s very exciting.”

City Care will build the onestorey

library, which will have a

reception, children’s library and

community break out space.

City councillor Paul Lonsdale

said Redcliffs Tennis Club had

housed the library for the past

five years.

“So it just shows the community

can pull together and

actually deliver an outcome

that still delivers a service in

a way that actually is community-minded.”

Construction is expected to

take about five months.

CELEBRATION:

Redcliffs Public

Library president

Rosemary Sladen,

patron David

Cox and Nao

McLauchlan at the

sod-turning event on

Friday.

IT’S OFFICIAL: Redcliffs Public Library patron and former

city councillor David Cox, and Andrew and Nao McLauchlan

turn the sods to get the construction of the new library

under way.

PHOTOS: KIRK HARGREAVES ​

Fitting farewell

for ‘Hawke Eye’

•From page 1

He worked as a mechanic in

Christchurch and Culverden,

North Canterbury, before moving

to Diamond Harbour to work at

Mr Cameron’s garage in Church

Bay in 1966.

He then went on to become a

diesel engineer for Lyttelton Port

of Christchurch.

During his time in Diamond

Harbour, Mr Hawkins joined the

volunteer fire brigade, serving for

22 years.

Mr Cameron said he was a

“humble man”, and a “top bloke”.

“He knew what he wanted and

what to be. He was Maori and had

great mana, and with that comes

respect.”

Quake damage

valuations

Banks Peninsula property owners

with unrepaired earthquake

damage are being asked to report

it, so it can be taken into account

when they are revalued this year.

The city council has contracted

Quotable Value to revalue more

than 160,000 properties. It is urging

people to register the damage

so the new rating valuation is “fair

and accurate”. The new values

will apply to rates from July next

year. People can report damage on

QV’s website.

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Wednesday June 22 2016

News

Agency up

for award

A FERRYMEAD creative

design agency has been named

a finalist for a national business

award.

Mint Design is the only finalist

with its headquarters in the

South Island in the 2016 AUT

Business School Excellence in

Business Support Awards.

The company has been recognised

in the sales and marketing

category.

It is a 2015 Deloitte Fast 500

company.

It has built websites for businesses

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“It’s also one of the very few

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Move forces resignation

• By Tom Doudney

HAGLEY-Ferrymead

Community Board deputy

chairwoman Islay McLeod has

resigned because she is moving

back to Dunedin.

Ms McLeod was critical of

the performance of her board

which she said suffered from

a lack of local government

experience.

Her departure will not trigger a

by-election this close to elections

in October and Ms McLeod said

she had checked to make sure

this was the case before resigning.

“A lot of people in good faith

voted for me and I would be

letting them down if I cost the

ratepayers anything or if there

was anything significant coming

up,” she said.

“There are not a lot of major

issues coming up. The Annual

Plan is all sorted, the Replacement

District Plan is pretty well

sorted.”

Asked if her second term

on the board had been a good

experience, Ms McLeod said “not

particularly.”

“My first term was good

because there were good steady

hands with very experienced and

practised people like Bob Todd,

who was the chair, and David

Cox,” she said.

“In this latest term, out of the

seven of us, four had no local

government experience at all.”

She said at times the board had

not been proactive enough when

it came to taking a stand on local

issues, such as the date for building

a Linwood-Woolston pool

continually being delayed.

“Just putting in a submission

like everybody else isn’t the way,”

she said.

“I think the board could have

and should have had a more

powerful and vocal say on what is

happening in our ward.”

Board chairwoman Sara Templeton

said she didn’t think that a

lack of experience was evident on

the board.

“I think this board has actually

been incredibly passionate and

vocal about a range of different

issues and has taken it to council

on many occasions and pushed

for things.”

Ms McLeod will also step

down from the Christchurch

West Melton Zone Committee.

She moved to Christchurch 12

years ago to be close to her mother

who had health problems. Her

mother passed away at the end of

last year.

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BAY HARBOUR

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We’re on the home straight

SCIRT’s programme of repairs to pipes, roads, bridges and retaining walls will

be completed by December this year.

After SCIRT, The Christchurch City Council and NZ Transport Agency will

continue their programmes of ongoing repairs.

Your support is helping us to get the job done, thank you from the SCIRT team.

We’re now 89% of the way through our programme of repairs.

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in the Banks Peninsula repairing, rebuilding and strengthening retaining

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wastewater, storm water, fresh water and road networks in the area.

• Watermain repairs are currently underway in Governors Bay and will be

completed by August this year.

• Rebuilding the Beachville Road Seawall in Redcliffs and roading is due

to finish in September.

• Extensive repairs works in Mt Pleasant to underground pipes, retaining

walls and roads will continue until the end of the year.

• Lyttelton is still busy with ongoing retaining wall repairs which are due

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Wednesday June 22 2016

A BRANCH OF

Heathcote Valley School hall was transformed into a winter wonderland to raise money for the school

pool. Parents Cheryl Bryant and Georgie Brook organised a ball to raise money for the remainder of the

school pool rebuild. It is the second year they have organised a parents ball, and they hope to continue

doing so to pay for the pool’s maintenance. The final tally raised had not been done yet, but was

estimated to be about $6000.

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 9

EQC UPDATE KEEPING YOU INFORMED | JUNE 2016

EQC begins settling ILV land damage claims

Head of Canterbury Land Settlement for EQC,

Keith Land

The Earthquake Commission has begun

settling claims for Increased Liquefaction

Vulnerability (ILV) land damage.

Keith Land, Head of Canterbury Land

Settlement, says that the settlements will go to

4,400 customers whose properties have

qualified as having an increased vulnerability to

liquefaction following the 2010-2011

Canterbury earthquakes.

“Each qualified property is being assessed and

will be cash settled on a case-by-case basis as

we have done to date with other forms of land

damage resulting from these earthquakes.

Similar to Increased Flooding Vulnerability (IFV)

land damage, settlement of ILV land damage is

a world-first. This type of land damage has not

been covered by insurance anywhere else, so

Fulbright-EQC Award recipient to study

seismic performance of high-rise walls

The Fulbright-EQC Graduate Award’s newest recipient, Alex Shegay,

is looking into the reasons behind unexpected failures of reinforced

concrete walls and ways in which performance can be improved.

Mr Shegay, 24, has been granted the 2016 Fulbright-EQC Graduate

Award in Natural Disaster Research and soon will be heading to the

University of Washington on his exchange.

In the US, he will research the seismic performance of high-rise structural

walls and use experimental data to create validated computer models.

The research will go towards his PhD in Structural/Earthquake

Engineering at the University of Auckland.

“Structural engineers have significant social responsibility to protect

civilians even in the most devastating circumstances. The 2010/2011

Canterbury Earthquakes were an example of one such catastrophic event,

producing ground accelerations never before recorded in an urban

environment.

“Many concrete buildings in Christchurch that relied on reinforced

concrete walls for seismic resistance were severely damaged to the

point that it was fortunate to find them still standing. It’s crucial to learn

from the Canterbury earthquakes and improve building design and

construction practice.”

considerable work was required to get the

engineering and valuation methodologies

right,” said Mr Land.

“We want to make sure that the final settlements

are based on a robust and appropriate

settlement process so that customers can have

confidence their claims for ILV land damage

have been paid consistently and fairly.”

EQC expects at least two thirds of ILV

customers will receive settlements based on

the reduction in their property’s market value

caused by ILV, also known as Diminution of

Value (DOV).

“This is because generally, there are no

available ground improvement methods to

address ILV damage on a property where

a house has remained in place since the

earthquakes,” says Mr Land.

The remaining third of ILV customers are being

assessed for a settlement based on the cost to

repair the ILV land damage. This will generally

be in situations where the house has already

been, or will be, rebuilt or removed due to the

earthquake damage.”

Customers receiving a ‘cost to repair’

settlement will be individually case-managed,

as the situation for each of them varies. Before

it can be confirmed that these customers will

receive a repair cost settlement, more

information is needed to understand their

property’s current situation.

Mr Land says that settlements for DOV

customers began this month and EQC also

started contacting repair cost customers.

EQC has resolved nearly 90% of properties

with land claims resulting from 2010-2011

Canterbury earthquakes, and expects to

resolve the remainder of the land programme

by the end of 2016.

EQC will also hold six ILV meetings from July to

November for customers whose settlements are

based on DOV. The purpose of the meetings is

for customers to ask questions and hear from

EQC and its valuers about what’s been involved

in ILV settlement decisions.

Venue:

Beulah Church, 140 Springfield Rd,

St Albans

Date

Monday 4 July

Wednesday 27 July

Monday 22 August

2016 Fulbright-EQC Graduate, Alex Shegay

Wednesday 28 September

Wednesday 26 October

Wednesday 30 November

Time

7pm

7pm

7pm

7pm

7pm

7pm

For more information on these meetings and

ILV land damage, including Q+As and

engineering and valuation methodologies,

please visit www.eqc.govt.nz/ILV.

The Fulbright-EQC Graduate Award in Natural Disaster Research

facilitates research that reduces and prevents natural disaster damage.

It is part of $16 million granted by EQC each year to high quality research

that builds knowledge about New Zealand’s natural disasters.

Progress report

on EQC remedial

programme

The Earthquake Commission has received 8,337

remedial enquiries of which 2,211 have been resolved

as of 27 May 2016. This leaves 6,126 enquiries

remaining.

The amount recorded as being spent on remedial work to

May 2016 was $7,068,833. However it has not been possible

to separate out all remedial costs from other work streams.

The total cost of the remedial repairs will never be finally

known until we have resolved all the outstanding claims.

There are still a number of unknowns and it’s also too early

to say exactly what the final figure will be for the remedial

programme. However, EQC expects the final cost could be

in the region of $60 million to $70 million, which is covered

by our existing liability estimates. To put this estimate in

context it would account for less than 3% of the approximate

$2.5 billion cost of the Canterbury Home Repair Programme

to date.

The level of remedial work for the Canterbury Home

Repair Programme is well within industry norms for the

national construction sector.

EQC has prioritised first time repairs, although it has carried

out urgent remedial work for vulnerable customers or where

the work is needed to make a house safe, secure and/or

sanitary.

Now that EQC is down to the last of the first time repairs,

focus has increased on resolving remedials.

EQC is confident it has the processes and teams in place to

address the issues. EQC has been expanding the remedial

team since September 2015 and more staff are being added

as first time repairs near completion.

EQC does not have a projected date to stop receiving

remedial requests but will continue working with customers

until their claims are resolved.

One of the reasons for starting the Canterbury Home Repair

Programme was to ensure customers would have the

assurance that any issues with their earthquake repairs

would be addressed.

Currently around 100 remedial requests are being received

a week.

Customers can follow the progress of their

claim through a series of EQC letters with a tick

diagram. Each new tick means the customer

is closer to receiving their settlement.

Processing

starts for

Feb 2016

quakes

EQC aims to complete assessments

more quickly for the February 2016

Canterbury earthquake claims using

customer-provided information for

desk-based assessments.

Onsite assessment visits to customers’

properties will be the exception for cases

where there is extensive damage, claims

are complex or individual circumstances

require it. EQC claim managers have

been calling customers to get

information and documents – such as

specific damage measurements and

photos – before deciding whether a

phone or on-site assessment works best.

Claims processing is well underway

with over 685 claims paid so far out of

the total 13,134 received. Priority is

given to vulnerable customers, followed

by claims in the order in which they

were lodged.

“Customers who have had their claims

settled so far have told us that the new

approach is working better for them.

Before starting to settle claims, EQC

proactively talked with customers about

different ways of doing things, using

their feedback to design our approach

for this event,” says EQC Manager of

the February 2016 Event, Jayne Lapin.

“Most of the damage suffered is

cosmetic, so EQC won’t manage a repair

programme this time but, customers

who need assistance to organise repairs,

can contact our Community Contact

Team in Christchurch. The team has

strong links with support agencies who

can help. Call EQC on 0800 DAMAGE

(0800 326 243) to book an appointment

with the Community Contact Team, if

support is needed.

“For customers whose 2010/2011

Canterbury earthquake claims are still

open, EQC aims to resolve their February

2016 claim together with their

2010/2011 claims. We want to make

sure all outstanding issues for their

properties are on track for resolution by

the end of 2016,” Ms Lapin says.

At this stage, EQC expects to resolve

the majority of February 2016

earthquake claims by the end of

December 2016.

Inquiries – view the latest fact

sheet under Recent Events on

www.eqc.govt.nz, call 0800 326 243

or email info@eqc.govt.nz

CONTACT EQC AT 0800 DAMAGE (0800 326 243) OR VISIT WWW.EQC.GOVT.NZ


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Wednesday June 22 2016


Wednesday June 22 2016

Donate to refugees

BAY HARBOUR

SCHOOLS

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SUMNER SCHOOL pupils got a

taste of what it’s like for overseas

refugees at the weekend, raising

nearly $3000 in the process.

About 60 pupils and parents

took part in a fundraising walk

on Saturday, as part of the World

Vision 40-hour for refugee children

backpack challenge.

The group walked from St

Martins New World to Sumner

School, collecting money along

the way.

New Zealand actress Kimberley

Crossman, Shortland Street actor

Jayden Daniels, World Vision

New Zealand chief executive

Chris Clarke and ​World Vision

representatives Harley Hamilton

and Simon Day joined in on the

walk from Redcliffs New World.

Mr Clarke spoke to the pupils

HAPPY: Organiser Jenny

Cunningham and her son

Calum Barrie taking part in the

fundraiser walk..

about the size of refugee camps

and what they’re like. He said the

money would go towards building

a school for Syrian refugee

children in Jordan.

Following the walk, a refugee

dinner was held at the school hall.

About 20 pupils and parents had

a sleep-over in the hall that night.

The pupils stopped at The Tannery,

Woolston village, the shops

in Ferrymead and Redcliffs New

World to get donations, raising

about $600.

An online donations page has

gathered $2700 so far, and will

remain open for donations until

July.

You can donate at https://www.

worldvision.org.nz/fundraising/

team/sumner-parents-pupils/40-

hour-famine

HAVING A LAUGH: Celebrity

guest Kimberley Crossman

had fun with the Sumner

School pupils who took part.

HOME STRAIGHT: Sumner

School pupils and parents

making their way along the

final stretch of the journey.

ENERGETIC: Ella Alpress

(purple), Isabel Ward (blue) and

Jessie Alpress (red) run out in

front of parents Ann Skelton

and Rhian Roberts.

HELPING HAND: Jack Christie

had a lot of fun along the way.

HEALTH HELP: Ferrymead Rotary has helped Bromley

School pupils to become healthy heroes. The club gave

pupils juggling balls so they could complete the first three

weeks of the Rotary Healthy Heroes challenge. Each day

for nine weeks, the pupils had to do at least 30 minutes of

exercise, eat five or more vegetables a day and get 8-10

hours sleep each night. Pupils say the most challenging

aspect was getting the right amount of sleep. Barbara Crooks,

of Ferrymead Rotary, said it was a delight to see the children

involved in the programme.

School flying high

HEATHCOTE Valley School

pupils have cause to celebrate

following a huge response

to Air New Zealand’s first

annual Airpoints for schools

programme.

From April to May, the

school was eligible to receive

public donations of up to 10,000

Airpoints’ dollars to redeem on

flights that contribute to their

chosen environmental, educational

or cultural projects.

Heathcote Valley gained

nearly 2000 Airports, and

plans on using them to travel

to Hokitika to monitor and

compare new spawning habitats

of whitebait.

It is part of new initiative

called Whaka Inaka: Causing

Whitebait, which is a

collaboration between EOS

Ecology, the Department of

Conservation and Canterbury

University.

public meeting

Saturday 25th June 2016

SAVing tHe gODWitS by Keith Woodley

Keith is the Manager of Pukorokoro Miranda

Shorebird Centre, in the Firth of Thames.

Godwit birds directly connect habitats

found on the Avon-Heathcote Estuary and

other sites around New Zealand with sites

in China and the Korean Peninsula, and with

the Alaskan tundra. Keith will cover the

above topic and others in his address.

The team at Miranda have been pivotal

in the achievement announced in March

2016 of a Memorandum of Agreement with

China to establish safe havens for godwits

and other migratory birds.

ONCE ONLY — NOT TO BE MISSED

Entry gold coin donation towards Godwits

artwork to be placed on Bridge Street

South New Brighton Community Centre

Beatty Street (turn right off Estuary Road) | Ample parking

1.30pm - 3pm

Venue open from 1pm for refreshments

Do you have a leaky home?

The Financial Assistance Package, which

helps people with a contribution to repair

leaky homes, is closing to new claims on

23 July 2016.

To give time for an assessment to be

undertaken, applications should be with

MBIE by 27 June 2016.

Go to building.govt.nz/FAP for

more information or to apply for

financial assistance.

FAP001CS


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Wednesday June 22 2016

Your Local Views

CONCERN: The wharf at Ripapa Island was

damaged by the earthquakes.

Underfunding

of heritage sites

Green MP

Eugenie Sage

says we can’t

afford to lose

any more of

our heritage

CONGRATULATIONS TO

the recent winners of the 2016

Canterbury Heritage Awards,

which recognise outstanding

work in conserving and

retaining distinctive buildings

and creating future heritage.

It was good to see the

voluntary commitment of

heritage advocates such as

Ross Gray and Lynn Lochead

recognised with the Heritage

Tourism Award going to Shop 7

in the central city.

Shop 7 has told the stories of

the more than 250 significant

heritage buildings we have lost

in the central city and beyond

as a result of the earthquakes

and the CERA’s zeal to authorise

demolition.

More than five years after the

earthquakes it’s disappointing

that two significant heritage

sites, Ripapa Island and Godley

Head tracks and batteries remain

closed by the Department

of Conservation. Ripapa Island

in Whakaraupo/Lyttelton Harbour

was originally the site of a

significant Ngāi Tahu pa, it has

been a quarantine station, and

was used to imprison members

of the Parihaka settlement in

Taranaki who resisted the surveying

and selling of their land.

During World War 1, Fort

Jervois was built on Ripapa as

part of a nationwide coastal

defence network to protect

Lyttelton Harbour. Ripapa has

many stories to tell but with the

wharf severely damaged by the

earthquakes there is no access to

the island.

The lack of any progress in

repairing the heritage structures

at Ripapa and re-opening the island

to the public is yet another

example of the severe underfunding

of DOC by the current

government. Since coming to

power in 2009 the National Government

has spent $379 million

less in real terms over the last

eight years.

That has major impacts not

just for built heritage but also

our natural heritage, including a

raft of threatened species. Since

2009, 142 species have been

classified as closer to extinction,

including the kea, flesh-footed

shearwater and the wandering

albatross.

Part of DOC’s work is to retain

New Zealand’s historic heritage.

Clearly in Canterbury, where

we have lost so much heritage.

DOC’s underfunding means we

may lose even more.

Community work important

• By Mary Jamieson, secretary of

the Lions Club of Lyttelton

HELLO AGAIN. It is a bright

sunny day as I write this but it is

not exactly warm.

As I am enjoying being cosy in

my cottage I do spare a thought

for those sleeping in cars and

caravans. Hopefully, the city

council will find a solution for

this problem.

The Lions Club of Lyttelton

ran a publicity campaign on Saturday

morning at the Lyttelton

Markets. We met a lot of lovely

people and told them about

the work we do in the community

and have a prospective new

member!

On Wednesdays I help out at

the Kidsfirst Kindergarten in

A reader responds to Green

MP Eugenie Sage’s May 6

column calling for Lyttelton

Port of Christchurch to

turn its no. 4 wharf into a

community space

Carolyn Nicol, Diamond Harbour

– I was pleased to see Eugenie

Sage’s article about how the

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

has had a huge advantage from

the Christchurch earthquakes

in being able to get large areas of

land reclaimed without following

the usual due process that allows

for public input.

My understanding is that they

were also able to get the ferry terminal

shift forced through under

the special powers given to Gerry

Brownlee, even though the people

reviewing the Lyttelton Port

Recovery Plan recommended

the shifting of the ferry was not

required to be handled under the

port recovery process.

As a Diamond Harbour

resident, when this shift does

happen, it will be a sad loss of the

ability to make quick one-hour

trips to Lyttelton to get supplies.

And for longer visits to Lyttelton,

the loss on a further 20-30min

travelling time will make the

trip less appealing. It appears the

small business owners of Lyttelton

have not been able to have

Winchester St. From 12.30pm

to 2.30pm there is a drop-in

playgroup for mums with babies

and toddlers.

This is a great opportunity for

mums new to Lyttelton to meet

other mums and their babies. It

is also a good way to meet Cathy,

Lisa and Kym who run Kidsfirst

their say in this process either.

I too want the port company

to run a profitable business,

but I also want it to have some

sympathy for the community it is

part of.

Bay Harbour News asked

its readers what changes

they would like made to the

St Andrews Hill and Bridle

Path Rds intersection:

Maxwell Joines, Mt Pleasant –

I travel down through this intersection

from Major Hornbrook

Rd every day, sometimes twice as

I am retired. But I’m doing some

casual and voluntary work so my

times are variable throughout the

day and night.

I do not find it very difficult but

would like to see a speed bump

installed and a sign “slow down”

on Ferrymead Tce about at the

bend which I think about 50m

before the intersection. I

believe this would make it

safer as the traffic coming from

Heathcote Valley approaches

at great speeds causing vehicles

crossing from St Andrews Hill

Rd to brake on the lane going

up Ferrymead Tce, opening up a

potential dangerous situation for

a collision.

Worth consideration as a much

cheaper option?

and find out about the help they

can give you.

Also Zumba Gold has started

in Lyttelton at the lovely refurbished

Recreation Centre

in Winchester St. It runs on a

Friday from 11.30am to 12.30pm

and I can tell you it is a lot of fun

and another way to get to know

people in the Lyttelton and bay

area.

The street party for the Festival

of Lights is on Friday. Please pop

a gold coin in the buckets being

held on the night by Lions, Rotary

and the Community Youth

Centre people. Your donation

will go towards the purchase of a

community van in Lyttelton for

use by all the community.

Plenty of activities to keep us

warm.

Bay Harbour News asked its

readers what they thought

of Kidsfirst Kindergarten

rebuilding in Mt Pleasant

after some residents complained

it would block their

estuary view, and would

make McCormacks Bay Rd

busier.

Annette Rotherham, of Mt

Pleasant – In regards to the

rebuild of Mt Pleasant kindergarten.

A huge number of families

support this rebuild which is essentially

the same place it was for

over 25 years pre-2011.

This kindergarten has nurtured

our tamariki and provided an

amazing start in life. My children

have their fondest childhood

memories and firm friendships

from their time at this remarkable

kindergarten.

The dedication of the staff to

endure a temporary location for

the past five and a half years is

testimony to their commitment

to see this kindergarten rebuilt in

its original location.

The residents who have concerns

about their views need to

remember that they only have the

view due to demolition.

If this argument was used for

the city’s rebuild we would get

nowhere.

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Wednesday June 22 2016

Our People

Keeping the community entertained

Heathcote Valley resident Harley Williams

entertains people at his lounge nights at The

Tannery. Bridget Rutherford spoke to him about

his musical background, creating music videos

and television commercials for work, and

where the lounge night idea came from

Can you tell me a wee bit

about yourself?

Well I live in Heathcote, and

for a crust I am part-owner

of a business called Ruffell

Productions. We create television

commercials, music videos and

promotion videos. We have our

office here at The Tannery, not

far from where I have lounge

nights. We’ve owned that now

for a good four years. I’ve been

working as a video editor for

about 12 years now. I’m what you

call a part-time musician. I used

to be in a band The Tiny Lies,

mostly when I lived in Lyttelton.

Can you tell me about The

Tiny Lies?

We made a couple of albums

and toured the nation a while

back and I’ve been playing in

bands throughout my life. The

Tiny Lies finished about mid-

2014 or15. We were an old folk

duo, myself and Charlotte Ivey

who is an exceptional singer. We

were two friends who randomly

met online and saw what we

could come up with. Lyttelton

Records was the label we

recorded with.

So now you’re doing lounge

nights at Blue Smoke at The

Tannery, how did that begin?

I’d always remembered back

when I was a student living

near the Provincial Hotel on

Cashel St. It’s not there anymore,

but they used to hold a lounge

night. Students came out of the

woodwork and it was a really

fun night out. About four years

ago I contacted an old friend

and asked if he would become

a lounge night DJ with me. The

only guidelines were to dress

up like a swinger from the 50s

and 60s and play old retro visual

clips. We made martinis on stage

and dressed the stage up with pot

plants and things we could find

that might have come from that

era and played live percussion.

Myself and Tim Ferguson both

know enough to keep a beat. We

wanted to make it a bit more

interesting. It’s been really fun

for me.

And how long have you been

doing them for?

I’ve been doing them regularly

at Blue Smoke for about three

months, but on and off for a

couple of years. We would do a

lot more but my DJ partner just

recently had a baby so have had

to put it on hold for a little bit.

My kids are a bit older now and I

live about 2km from Blue Smoke

so it’s a bit easier for me.

And you mentioned you used

to go along to lounge nights

when you were a student. What

were you doing back then?

At one point I was in a punk

rock band and then I think was

studying a jazz course at Hagley

and graphic design.

What sort of work does

Ruffells Production carry out?

Is it more national, or local?

Well we go through waves of it

really. We’re doing a lot of work

for a company in Wellington

and we’ve done some work for

Deloitte in Auckland. Then we

also get local one man band

businesses coming in from say

Cashmere. It’s a real range of

different things and different

budgets.

And Ruffells did the MyTax

TECHNICAL: Harley Williams is part-owner of Ruffells

Production, which makes television commercials, music videos

and promotion videos.

advertisements, with the wellknown

slogan ‘Money on your

Mind?’ Did you guys come up

with that?

Yes, my business partner and

managing director Tim McInnes

conceived the slogan “Money

on your mind?” as part of the

creative development of the

commercials.

What is your favourite work?

Well I can answer this easily. It’s

music videos for me. It makes

sense. Music is my passion,

when I get to interpret a song

visually as well as orally it’s

really rewarding to come up

with something that’s interesting

to watch. It’s hand’s down my

favourite.

How do you come up with

music videos?

It’s always slightly different.

Sometimes we get an artist come

in and they say do what you

want, which can be awesome,

but then it can make it difficult

because it doesn’t narrow the

TALENT:

Harley

Williams has

gone from

playing in

folk duo, The

Tiny Lies, to

entertaining

people

in lounge

nights at The

Tannery.

brief but it can give you great

freedom. Some go I want it to

look like this, and we go sweet.

The best would be if someone

came in with a little bit of an idea

of what they want, but they say

you guys can embellish it.

And you used to live in

Lyttelton?

I did live in Lyttelton. I moved

out about three months before

the September earthquake

in 2010. I still really like

Lyttelton and don’t want to live

too far away from there. My

social life links are over there as

well because I have family and

friends there. I think Lyttelton is

a great community, I just wish it

had a lot more sun.

Lyttelton has such a good

reputation on the music

scene, with the likes of Marlon

Williams. What do you think it

is about Lyttelton that inspires

musicians?

I have thought about this and

I can’t come up with any reason.

It’s just one of those things and

it probably happens once every

20-30 years. They were all living

in the same place at the same

time and into the same thing and

collaborated easily. It just totally

randomly happens.

Can you tell me a bit about

your kids?

They are six and nine. At

the moment my son River, is

really into soccer, as I was, and

my daughter Ella is really into

singing. They got all the good

looks from their mum really

(laughs).

And when you’re not working

or entertaining, what do you

like doing?

I still play indoor soccer and

try and get as much exercise

as possible. But I mostly listen

to music. If I could get paid to

listen to music that would be

my dream job! I wish I went to

a chess club or was part of some

medieval club – but I’m not.

•Mr Williams’ next lounge

night, Lounge Night Ball,

will be held at Blue Smoke,

Garlands Rd, on Saturday

at 8pm. Buy tickets at www.

undertheradar.co.nz


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Congratulations to our very first

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Postal and banking

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offered in Ferrymead

Residents from Woolston through to

Sumner now have the benefit of local NZ

Post and Kiwibank services seven days a

week, thanks to Take

Note in Ferrymead.

The popular book and stationery store

has taken on the franchise for the postal

and banking services, with the new

franchise operation, Take Note Ferrymead

PostShop and Kiwibank, open for business

as of May 19.

“Being open seven days a week means

we’ll be available when people need us,”

says PostShop manager Carrie.

“By opening at the weekend we’re

catering to working people who can’t

get to the bank or Post Office during the

week.”

Carrie brings 11 years’ experience

managing PostShops to her new

Ferrymead role, while her two assistants,

Kim and Sharmaine, are also experienced

PostShop staff.

Take Note owners Barry and Kerry

moved their business from neighbouring

premises into the former Video Ezy site

several months ago in preparation for

setting up the NZ Post and Kiwibank

franchise, as they were keen to provide

an even wider range of services for their

customers.

PostShop facilities include bill paying

for telco companies, power companies

and The Press, vehicle registration and

diesel miles. Kiwibank customers can

set up bank accounts, automatic bill

payments and deposit and withdraw cash,

while those wanting to enquire about

obtaining a Kiwibank mortgage can have

an appointment arranged with a mobile

mortgage manager at a time to suit.

Since establishing Take Note Ferrymead

(formerly Paper Plus Ferrymead) 14 years

ago,

Barry and Kerry have built up a strong

and loyal customer base from across the

Bay Harbour News readership area by

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PAGE 16 BAY HARBOUR

Wednesday June 22 2016

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Charter president Terri Woolmore-

Goodwin and current president Margaret Simpson cut a

cake to celebrate Altrusa International of Christchurch’s 50

years of service to the community.

PHOTO: ALISTER SLADEN

Charity celebrates

50 years

ALTRUSA International, of

Christchurch, celebrated

its 50th birthday on

Saturday.

The milestone celebrations

were held at Eliza’s Manor

Boutique Hotel on June 11.

Altrusa is an acronym for

amity, loyalty, talent, reciprocity,

unity, service, and achievement.

The club gives grants to community

group and projects, an

annual scholarship to the Ara

Institute of Canterbury, and

supports other community

initiatives.

It holds a range of fundraisers

throughout the year from a

fabric sale to an annual Christmas

market.

It is an international, nonprofit

organisation making

communities better through

leadership, partnership, and

service.

For more information, get in

touch with Altrusa president

Margaret Simpson on 338

6001.

Cool weather – big waves

• By Aaron Lock, surf coach,

Sumner

The weather has definitely

changed a lot in the last four

weeks, with rain, wind and snow,

along with some frosty clear days

as well. The cooler weather has

also brought some epic waves.

The biggest swell since Cyclone

Pam rolled through mid-May and

produced over a week of great

surf. All the local beaches were

firing at various times throughout

the week. Since then, there has

been some great south swells up

the coast and a few fun days on

the city beaches, too. The water

is chilling down to about 11 deg

C, but it hasn’t stopped people

getting out there with some days

in the water as busy as summer.

The Whale Watch Kaikoura

Coldwater Surf Classic scored

perfect conditions over Queen’s

Birthday weekend. Three days

straight of clear frosty weather

and perfect 1.2m to 1.8m surf at

the meatworks break.

Local surfers

performed well

against a field of

New Zealand’s

best. The competition

attracted more

than 120 entries

from throughout

the country.

Rodney Somogyvari (Sumner)

impressed the judges with his

smooth but radical turns to place

fourth in the classic open.

Harrison Whiteside (Redcliffs)

blitzed the field in the junior final

to win, and then placed second

the Kaikoura junior final. Alan

Temoananui (Redcliffs) was

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the powerful waves to win the

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Lucy Temoananui (Redcliffs)

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Wednesday June 22 2016

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Email bridget.rutherford@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Lyttelton Festival of Lights –

Street Party

Friday, 6.30pm

One of the favourite events

at the annual Lyttelton Festival

of Lights is taking place on

Friday – the street party. The

street parade will kick off at

6pm, with the Lyttelton Port of

Christchurch fireworks display at

7.30pm. There will be food stalls,

music, circus, buskers, activities

and light-art installations. Lindon

Puffin, Candice Milner, Mundi,

Los Farsantes and The Kitchen

Collective will perform on the

main stage. Li’l Chuck, Sport Suzie,

the Twisty Twinz and more

will be performing at Albion

Square.

London St, Lyttelton

The Lyttelton Festival of

Lights will continue until Monday.

To see a full programme

of events, pick up one from all

Christchurch City Libraries, or

visit http://www.lyttelton.net.nz/

festivals/festival-of-lights

Drayton Reserve working bee

Saturday, 2pm

A working bee will be held this

weekend to help maintain Drayton

Reserve, Mt Pleasant. The

maintenance hopes to bring more

native birds to the reserve.

Meet at Drayton Drive entrance,

Mt Pleasant.

For more information, call

Dave Bryce on 021363498

Matariki in Sumner

There will be a series of events

and activities held in Sumner to

celebrate Matariki.

Sunday, 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. Sunday, 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

Rotary Lego Contest

10 July, 9.30am-noon

This is one for the diary. There

will be two events taking place,

with teams of three pupils.

ENTERTAINING: Back from the Adelaide Fringe Festival and sold out shows during the

New Zealand Jazz Festival, international comedian Derek Flores will perform A Night with

The Unicorn at the Lyttelton Arts Factory tomorrow at 7pm. He uses inspiration from the

audience to tell new and unique tales never to be repeated. Musician Kris Finnerty will also

perform. The performance is part of the Lyttelton Festival of Lights.

Years 1 and 2, and years 7

and 8 at 9.30am; years 3 and

4 at 10.15am; and years 5 and

6 at 11am. The pupils will

make the best Lego model in

15 minutes. There will also be

an individual contest, which

looks at the best model made at

home from an original design,

or copied from a design. Made

up models need to arrive

between 9.30am and 10.30am.

Sumner Community Centre,

20-28 Wiggins St. Free. For

more information, email Kathryn

Tovgaard at ktandkt@xtra.

co.nz or phone 384 9485. Organised

again by Ferrymead

Rotary

Maori Carving Course

Starting soon

Lyttelton’s Whakaraupoō

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which is designed to help men

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those interested can call 741

1410 or Caine Tauwhare on

027 3522288

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market

The market has temporarily

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the McCormacks Bay Reserve.

You will find it at the intersection

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Food

Motivated by great taste

• By Gabrielle Stuart

SIMO ABBARI lost each of

his three businesses in the

earthquakes – a cooking school

and two restaurants.

“I lost the first one, and I

thought, oh well. Then I lost

Cashel St, and I thought, ok, I can

still go on. Then I lost the third.

One, two, three, from hero to

zero,” he said.

He said he thought about leaving

the city at that point.

“You wake up in the morning

with no income, with nine

people working for you, chasing

after insurance companies. But I

thought, we built it once, we can

build it again.

“I didn’t pack my suitcase, because

I thought look at what they

have given you, shame on you if

you leave at the time when they

need you.”

He was already familiar with

starting from nothing.

He was brought up in Morocco,

and worked his way up through

kitchens across the world, from

restaurants in Africa to Yugoslavia,

doing everything from

working in cargo ship kitchens to

creating airline menus.

By the time he moved to New

Zealand in 1994, he had more

than a decade of experience as

a chef and in management but,

once again, he found he had to

start from the bottom.

“As an immigrant it doesn’t

matter about your experience,

you start from zero. It was hard

as a foreigner, because you have

to work twice as hard to prove

yourself.”

He entered a culinary competition

the year after he arrived, and

finished second to last.

“But I realised the food was not

HERITAGE: The

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PHOTO: GEOFF

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in the

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the problem, it was the presentation.

The other 12 candidates had

all cooked the same food, and

presented it the same way. Back

home the taste was everything,

it didn’t matter if it was plated in

gold.”

The next year he entered again,

and came first. “You start learning

to adapt,” he said.

He said the willingness of New

Zealanders to try different foods

was something he loved.

“It’s what makes New Zealand

cuisine special, it belongs to everyone.

In New Zealand, you go

to the supermarket and there are

special items and all kinds of food

on the shelves.”

In 2002, he opened his first

Moroccan restaurant.

“It was my way of saying thank

you to the community. But I

realised I had just stabbed myself

in the head by having a business.

Work for 16 hours a day became

24 hours a day.”

But, in spite of the long hours,

he said the restaurant was a huge

success, and was named Outstanding

South Island Restaurant

of the Year in 2004.

Losing it was a big blow, but he

worked his way back, opening

Mosaic by Simo’s in Addington,

launching his Simo’s line of bottled

zest and marinades, teaching

classes, and last year starting in

his role as Continental executive

chef.

The role means he is responsible

for all the Continental menus,

from Maddison’s Restaurant at

the Heritage Christchurch Hotel,

to the tram and gondola restaurants,

to the ALFF – Allergy Free

Foods.

That meant he spent more time

managing and problem solving

than he did as a chef, although he

still regularly cooked at the Maddison’s

Dine with Simo evenings

and taught classes.

He met his wife at the classes,

who he said was also incredibly

passionate about food.

“I had never seen anyone with

more cook books than me, until I

met my wife,” he said.

“I’m not allowed in the kitchen

at home, because she doesn’t

like me to criticise. But I am so

fortunate, because my wife is an

amazing cook. My table is always

full of the best kind of food.”

He wanted to see more emphasis

on service in Christchurch

restaurants, and hoped the trend

toward natural and local food

would grow.

“We need to think differently,

and eat real food, not food which

is frozen and full of chemicals.

We used to have many local

butchers, but now they are nearly

all gone.”

He said serving great food and

inspiring people to create their

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“I feel this is a responsibility, I

don’t see it as a job. We wake up

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Fortuner boosts Toyota’s SUV range

• By Ross Kiddie

THERE’S NO shortage of sport

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stable.

However, what Toyota New

Zealand do very well is plug gaps

and it has vehicles to suit every

budget and purpose.

Recently, Toyota launched a

newcomer to its line-up – the

Fortuner. It is a large, seven-seat,

sport utility vehicle which sits

alongside the Highlander and the

Land Cruiser series for buyers

who just can’t step up to Prado or

who don’t want the petrol-fuelled

Highlander.

The Fortuner is a diesel-powered

model only, it is the newgeneration

engine which sits in

Prado and Hilux, and there are

many other similarities to Hilux

as well, the Fortuner sits on the

chassis and underpinnings which

has made Hilux so successful as a

light commercial ute.

That concept isn’t new in SUV

manufacture – Ford’s Everest

utilises the Ranger platform, and

Holden’s Colorado7 is an extension

of the Colorado ute.

However, there is one significant

difference between the

Fortuner’s suspension and that

of the Hilux, while both have a

live rear axle, the Fortuner has

coil springs as opposed to a leaf

TOYOTA FORTUNER: Capable off-road.

spring set-up which is common

practice with this type of SUV.

Elsewhere, the Fortuner doesn’t

rely heavily on the appeal of

Hilux. Yes, the doors and bonnet

are the same, but the Fortuner

has styling cues less aggressive

and more akin to what you would

find in a family station wagon. I

really like the shape of Fortuner,

it is classy and curvy, disguising

well its relationship to Hilux.

The Fortuner lands here in

three grades. The entry-level GX

model lands at $70,990 and is

a manual gearbox model, automatic

transmission on GX adds

$2000. The test car was the GXL

automatic at $75,990, while a

Limited sits at $78,990.

Each is equipped well for its

• Price – Toyota Fortuner,

$75,990

• Dimensions – Length,

4795mm; width, 1855mm;

height, 1835mm

• Configuration: Fourcylinder,

four-wheel-drive,

2755cc, 130kW, 450Nm,

six-speed automatic.

• Performance – 0-100km/h,

12.8sec

• Fuel usage – 8.6l/100km

price, the test car boasted satellite

navigation, paddle-shift gear

selectors, powered tailgate, nice

wood and leather steering wheel,

cruise control, and reversing

camera.

As mentioned, the Fortuner

gets Toyota’s new-generation

2.8-litre, four-cylinder diesel

engine. It is a stunner in terms

of refinement and mechanical

ability, it pumps out a beefy

130kW and 450Nm while

capable of returning a 8.6l/100km

(33mpg) combined cycle fuel

usage average.

During my time with the test

car the trip computer was constantly

sitting around 10l/100km

(28mpg) with 8l/100km

(35mpg) listing instantaneously

at 100km/h (engine speed

1800rpm).

The engine responds willingly

to throttle pressure and works

smoothly under pressure. That’s

something I’ve commented on

every time I’ve experienced the

new engine, it has refinement

uncharacteristic for a big four-pot

diesel.

Power is harnessed gently

through a six-speed automatic;

the gearbox is also reasonably

new for Toyota, well it’s certainly

new for Hilux, and Fortuner gets

the benefit of the low and close

ratios, immediate acceleration is

forceful, while the ratios broaden

to provide the lethargy for open

road cruising. Bearing in mind

that Fortuner is aimed at families

who will want to drive long

distances on the open road, fuel

economy is an important ingredient

of that.

Yet, the Fortuner is also the

capable off-road charger. Its fourwheel-drive

system is engineered

for rough conditions, it can

most certainly be described as a

serious off-roader. It has ground

clearance of a healthy 279mm,

and the driveline has a low ratio

transfer case so that slow speed

momentum can be initiated for

when obstacles are presented.

I took the test car on a piece

of dirt that encompassed several

mounds and descents, I can report

it has suspension which absorbs

the rough stuff, providing the

occupants with a well-cushioned

ride in those conditions.

As well as the Fortuner is

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Sure, at 4.8m there is a lot of

vehicle to get into a metered

car park, but it has adequate

manoeuvrability considering its

size, and good visibility.

As an organisation, Toyota

isn’t shy about introducing vehicles

for an intended audience.

The Fortuner fits into the vast

model line-up perfectly, and will

be joined in other models soon

which will expand the SUV market

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who understand the ability of

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