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Tourists drivers subject of petition<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

FRUSTRATED Akaroa residents<br />

are petitioning for road signage<br />

and sealed shoulders on State<br />

Highway 75 in a bid to beat slow<br />

tourist drivers.<br />

They say tourists don’t pull<br />

over because of the conditions of<br />

the shoulder on the road, holding<br />

up people who want to pass.<br />

A petition containing 97<br />

names has been sent to the New<br />

Zealand Transport Agency, the<br />

city council and presented to the<br />

Akaroa-Wairewa Community<br />

Board.<br />

Marie Haley, of Goughs <strong>Bay</strong>,<br />

organised the petition. She said<br />

residents have endured years of<br />

frustration over road conditions<br />

and slow drivers between Akaroa<br />

and Little River.<br />

“It came about because each<br />

summer there’s a lot of very slow<br />

tourists on the roads. There’s a<br />

lot of tourist buses and vehicles<br />

on SH75 and nowhere for them<br />

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Ms Haley and other residents<br />

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put in place.<br />

“I would like to see signs with<br />

messages on them like ‘pull over<br />

area coming’ and ‘photo area<br />

ahead’ so they know where good<br />

photo spots are and can also let<br />

traffic pass,” she said.<br />

Road shoulders should also be<br />

sealed so drivers can pull over<br />

safely, she said.<br />

The petition received 97 signatures<br />

– about 15 percent of the<br />

Akaroa community.<br />

The community board is<br />

backing the petition and the<br />

city council will discuss it at the<br />

September 15 meeting.<br />

Ms Haley hasn’t received a<br />

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PAGE 2 BAY HARBOUR<br />

Wednesday <strong>August</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Inside<br />

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DESK News................. 3, 5, 6 & 12<br />

IT IS that time in the three-year<br />

cycle where we exercise our<br />

democratic vote to decide who<br />

will be our representatives on the<br />

city council – well almost.<br />

THis time around we won’t<br />

need to vote for the role of city<br />

councillor because Cr Andrew<br />

Turner was the only person<br />

running for Banks Peninsula,<br />

meaning he gets in uncontested.<br />

Be interesting to see if the<br />

boundary changes in the ward<br />

played a part in this, or if it is<br />

because the ward is happy with Cr<br />

Turner’s performance.<br />

Sumner artist Anneke Stewart<br />

is “Our People” this week.<br />

Interestingly, she failed university<br />

entrance for art so she took a<br />

year off, snowboarded by day and<br />

painted by night then got into the<br />

Elam School of Fine Arts – a great<br />

example of pursuing your dream<br />

no matter the obstacles you face.<br />

– Shelley Robinson<br />

Stars on the rugby field punch above their weight<br />

SPORT 16<br />

Your Local Views.........4<br />

Our People...................10,11<br />

Schools....................................8<br />

Local Sport.....................16<br />

Bridal Show.......................21<br />

Community Events.....23<br />

Health & Beauty.........24<br />

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<strong>2016</strong> total high pollution days so far *<br />

0 1<br />

Geraldine<br />

1<br />

Ashburton<br />

2<br />

Kaiapoi<br />

5 6<br />

Rangiora<br />

24<br />

Waimate<br />

Washdyke<br />

Christchurch<br />

7<br />

Timaru<br />

2015 total high pollution days<br />

9 3<br />

Geraldine<br />

4<br />

Ashburton<br />

1<br />

Kaiapoi<br />

8 3<br />

Rangiora<br />

26<br />

Waimate<br />

Washdyke<br />

Christchurch<br />

13<br />

Timaru<br />

2014 total high pollution days<br />

8 4<br />

Geraldine<br />

3<br />

Ashburton<br />

9<br />

Kaiapoi<br />

19 3<br />

Rangiora<br />

41<br />

Waimate<br />

Washdyke<br />

Christchurch<br />

14<br />

Timaru<br />

*<strong>2016</strong> data measured to 15 <strong>August</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

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Wednesday <strong>August</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

News<br />

No contest for candidate<br />

in Banks Peninsula Ward<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

Andrew Turner Sara Templeton Paul Lonsdale<br />

Elections 16<br />

ANDREW TURNER won’t have<br />

to campaign for re-election in<br />

the local body elections in<br />

October – no one is standing<br />

against him in the Banks<br />

Peninsula Ward.<br />

The sitting city councillor will<br />

be elected unopposed.<br />

There will also be other walkovers.<br />

In the Lyttelton subdivision,<br />

Jed O’Donoghue and Christine<br />

Wilson (Independent) will be<br />

elected unopposed for the two<br />

vacancies.<br />

In the Mt Herbert subdivision,<br />

Felix Dawson (Independent) and<br />

John McLister also fill the vacancies<br />

unopposed.<br />

Tori Peden is the only candidate<br />

for the Wairewa subdivision<br />

of the board.<br />

But there will be a contest<br />

in the Akaroa community<br />

subdivision, with Janis<br />

Haley, Keith Molloy and Pam<br />

Richardson vying for the two<br />

positions.<br />

Meanwhile, the Heathcote<br />

Ward sees sitting city councillor<br />

Paul Lonsdale (Independent),<br />

Sara Templeton (Strong Communities<br />

for a Stronger Christchurch)<br />

and Malcolm George Davis<br />

(Independent) vying for a seat at<br />

the council table.<br />

Running for the newly-formed<br />

Linwood-Central-Heathcote<br />

Community Board are: Darrell<br />

Latham (Independent), Tim<br />

Lindley (For Communities You’ll<br />

Love To Live In), Rosemary<br />

Neave (The People’s Choice –<br />

Independent) and Una O’Grady<br />

(The People’s Choice) will all<br />

vie for the two positions in the<br />

Heathcote Ward.<br />

Voting is by postal ballot with<br />

forms being sent out on September<br />

16, the polls close at noon on<br />

October 8.<br />

For a full list of who is running<br />

for other wards and community<br />

boards visit www.electionz.com/<br />

LGENominations/ELT60CC16_<br />

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A DELUGE system is expected<br />

to be installed in Lyttelton<br />

Tunnel early next year to<br />

improve safety in the event of<br />

a fire.<br />

The system will help control<br />

and prevent the spread of fire<br />

and reduce heat damage to the<br />

tunnel.<br />

It will also protect the lives of<br />

anyone in the tunnel and tunnel<br />

control staff.<br />

Currently, the Lyttelton Tunnel<br />

does not have an automated<br />

fire control system and New<br />

Zealand Transport Agency<br />

think a deluge system will mitigate<br />

the risk.<br />

“A deluge system has been<br />

identified as an appropriate way<br />

to improve our ability to control<br />

a fire, improve safety and<br />

protect the tunnel,” said NZTA<br />

state highway manager Colin<br />

Knaggs.<br />

One of the main fire risks is<br />

fuel-carrying tankers that now<br />

travel through the tunnel, as<br />

the previous dangerous goods<br />

route, Evans Pass, was closed<br />

after the 2011 earthquake.<br />

Hazard materials often see<br />

the tunnel closed for short<br />

periods of time, but that will<br />

become less frequent.<br />

“It is intended that once<br />

Evans Pass is reopened then<br />

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Deluge system to<br />

improve tunnel safety<br />

dangerous goods will revert to<br />

using this route,” Mr Knaggs<br />

said.<br />

Three rows of nozzles will be<br />

installed along the length of the<br />

tunnel roof and tunnel-use restrictions<br />

will be in place while<br />

the work is carried out.<br />

The agency will work with the<br />

community to find ways to limit<br />

tunnel closing times.<br />

“We want to close night-times<br />

to minimise the disruption<br />

for everyone. Residents will be<br />

advised of closures and one-way<br />

nights well in advance of these<br />

happening,” Mr Knaggs said.<br />

Emergency services will be<br />

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the closures and opening will<br />

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Wednesday <strong>August</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Your Local Views<br />

Last week, <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> would be Ann and Brent Stanaway,<br />

what a great tragedy it was<br />

News asked its readers<br />

what they thought of a plan when their very inspiring design<br />

to set up a Lyttelton Design was rejected by the powers that<br />

Review Panel to help be, and then to add insult to<br />

decide what could be built injury, they allowed the local primary<br />

to be built on the opposite<br />

there, and what buildings<br />

could look like.<br />

corner.<br />

Paul St John, of Cass <strong>Bay</strong> – Don’t get me wrong I actually<br />

What a great idea to have a panel like the school, but I think the<br />

to select different designs for the Stanaway house would have<br />

future of Lyttelton.<br />

complemented this whole corner<br />

My first pick for the panel of Lyttelton.<br />

National List<br />

MP Nuk Korako<br />

talks about a<br />

parliamentary<br />

intiative to<br />

support local<br />

charities<br />

On Saturday, September 3, I<br />

will have the pleasure of hosting<br />

the parliamentary rugby and<br />

netball teams for two charity<br />

matches here in Christchurch.<br />

For those of you who aren’t<br />

familiar with our parliamentary<br />

sports teams, each team is made<br />

up of MPs from both sides of the<br />

political spectrum as well as parliamentary<br />

staff. We play five to<br />

six games around New Zealand<br />

every year.<br />

While these games are a great<br />

opportunity for MPs and staff<br />

to demonstrate their athletic<br />

prowess, they also serve a much<br />

greater purpose of raising both<br />

money and awareness for local<br />

charities within our Kiwi communities.<br />

Next month’s games will be<br />

in support of two very special<br />

causes – Hohepa Canterbury,<br />

which creates opportunities for<br />

people with intellectual disabilities<br />

and autism to live full lives,<br />

and 0800 Hungry, a food bank<br />

that delivers emergency food<br />

parcels to people in need.<br />

I was fortunate enough to help<br />

out both these charities during<br />

Volunteer Week in June and was<br />

inspired by work they are doing<br />

I just hope the so-called powers<br />

that be reconsider the dumb<br />

decision to reject such a wonderful<br />

(in your words quirky)<br />

design. You only have to look at<br />

the Stanaway’s empty section to<br />

realise what could have been.<br />

Jeremy Agar, of Lyttelton –<br />

Lyttelton, Canterbury’s original<br />

town, has lost virtually all its<br />

heritage buildings and everyone<br />

wants to save what we can.<br />

MPs in sport competition<br />

for our Port Hills communities. I<br />

am pleased we have the opportunity<br />

to support their work with<br />

this exciting event.<br />

Our parliamentary netball<br />

team will play at 1pm at Christ’s<br />

College indoor court followed<br />

by the rugby team who will kickoff<br />

at 3pm at Christ’s College<br />

Upper.<br />

Tickets will be available to<br />

pre-purchase for the post-match<br />

function, which will include<br />

a charity auction, raffles and<br />

mixing with sporting legends<br />

and parliamentary greats. All<br />

proceeds from this will be evenly<br />

split between Hohepa Canterbury<br />

and 0800 Hungry.<br />

If you would like further<br />

information or are a business<br />

who would like to donate to this<br />

event, please phone my office on<br />

384 0008.<br />

Hope to see you all there.<br />

But that’s not the issue with the<br />

corner of Sumner Rd and Oxford<br />

St, where the building has gone<br />

and can’t be replaced exactly as it<br />

was. Nor should we try.<br />

The Lyttelton centre is notable<br />

for its very lack of a consistent<br />

style, it having been developed<br />

with no thought of contemporary<br />

sensibilities.<br />

By chance, however, London<br />

St has ended up with a harmony<br />

of size and height, and all the<br />

• By Mary Jamieson, secretary of<br />

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animals are smarter than us.<br />

In the Northern hemisphere<br />

when the weather<br />

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hibernate until the<br />

spring and the weather<br />

gets warmer. We rug<br />

up and dash in and out<br />

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cars and try to stop our<br />

teeth from chattering.<br />

Lyttelton Lions have run a barbecue<br />

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These are ways we raise funds to<br />

help people and organisations in<br />

our community.<br />

We had dinner with Ferrymead<br />

Lions this week and we<br />

heard 2 nd vice district governor<br />

buildings rise vertically from the<br />

footpath.<br />

The Stanaway proposal that<br />

you pictured respects these<br />

design principles. Perhaps it’s<br />

better to have a bold expression<br />

of how we are now than a faux<br />

version of some arbitrary previous<br />

era.<br />

Certainly the house would be<br />

preferable to the large pragmatic<br />

structure that’s appeared on the<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

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News<br />

Sting on wasp nests<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

THE DISCOVERY of dozens<br />

of wasp nests on Little River<br />

properties is fuelling the<br />

search and implementation of<br />

a pest control programme in<br />

Banks Peninsula.<br />

The Little River Wairewa<br />

Community Trust is<br />

searching for funding for a<br />

programme due to a surge in<br />

wasp numbers.<br />

Entomologist Dr Alison<br />

Evans approached the trust<br />

who have taken it to the<br />

Akaroa-Wairewa Community<br />

Board because the problem<br />

has become particularly bad<br />

within the past few years.<br />

“The giant willow aphid is<br />

recent migrant to New Zealand<br />

and it produces a lot of<br />

honey dew. That’s fuelling the<br />

wasp population and extending<br />

the season that the wasps<br />

can last for,” Dr Evans said.<br />

The whole country has a<br />

wasp infestation but Little<br />

River has been hit hard because<br />

of the number of willow<br />

trees in the area.<br />

“We’re talking big numbers.<br />

People with lifestyle blocks<br />

have had 20-30 nests on their<br />

section,” she said.<br />

Dr Evans said there’s been a<br />

huge increase in the number<br />

of wasps and a coincidental<br />

WARNING: A Department of Conservation sign warns<br />

people of the wasp hazard. PHOTO: ALISON EVANS<br />

decline in the insect diversity<br />

and abundance.<br />

“There’s less insects around<br />

for the birds to eat and other<br />

animals such a geckos. It’s the<br />

wasps having an effect on the<br />

biodiversity,” she said.<br />

The community trust is<br />

seeking funding to subsidise<br />

wasp control on Banks Peninsula<br />

in hot spots.<br />

The programme will target<br />

places where there’s important<br />

biodiversity and areas<br />

where wasps are a nuisance.<br />

If successful, wasp control will<br />

roll out in autumn as the wasps<br />

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Go ahead for design panel<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

A LYTTELTON Design Review<br />

Panel will be trialled to help oversee<br />

what can be built in the area and<br />

what’s visually acceptable.<br />

The city council will decide to approve<br />

the establishment of a panel for<br />

an 18-month trial period.<br />

Lyttelton-Mt Herbert<br />

Community Board chairwoman<br />

Paula Smith said<br />

she’s glad the city council<br />

voted for the trial.<br />

“I’m very pleased. It<br />

provides a mechanism for<br />

Lyttelton people to have<br />

some meaningful input<br />

into decisions about their own town,”<br />

she said.<br />

The panel will be made up of four<br />

Lyttelton residents with expertise in<br />

the design area to review new build<br />

resource consent applications.<br />

The panel would then write a<br />

report on the plan which would be<br />

reviewed by the city council’s Urban<br />

Design Panel.<br />

“We’re about to put out a notice<br />

seeking expressions of interest from<br />

qualified design professionals to be a<br />

part of the review panel,” Ms Smith<br />

said.<br />

It comes after residents Brent (left)<br />

and Ann Stanaway tried to build a<br />

new home on the corner of Sumner<br />

Rd and Oxford St in 2012, but their<br />

design was rejected by the city council<br />

due to it being unsuitable<br />

for the heritage precinct.<br />

The Stanaway’s were living<br />

in the former fire station<br />

building, and wanted to<br />

rebuild on the site after it was<br />

demolished due to earthquake<br />

damage.<br />

Mr Stanaway is hesitant<br />

about introducing a panel to<br />

Lyttelton.<br />

“My only concern is that it appears<br />

to be introducing another level of<br />

bureaucracy to a process of building.<br />

While I recognise the need for local<br />

input on architecture, it just creates<br />

more bureaucracy and costs,” Mr<br />

Stanaway said.<br />

The Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community<br />

Board has been pushing<br />

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February22, 2011, earthquake.<br />

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founders of the former Mt Herbert Ladies’ Probus Club, now combined with<br />

the Probus Club of Mt Herbert. It went with an article on a proposed Probus<br />

group in Lyttelton. This photo was incorrectly used, as it had nothing to do<br />

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PROJECT LYTTELTON is<br />

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in a bid to curb the amount of<br />

rubbish coming from the area.<br />

Project Lyttelton waste<br />

matters champion Sarah<br />

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looking at ways to expand<br />

on waste minimisation<br />

activities.<br />

“We already have a community<br />

garden that’s been<br />

going for a while. As part of<br />

that we have worm farms and<br />

a rubbish reduction scheme at<br />

the Lyttelton Farmers Market<br />

because the bins overflow,” she<br />

said.<br />

The group installed a<br />

recycling bin, landfill bin and<br />

organics bin at the weekly<br />

market.<br />

The organic waste then goes<br />

to the community garden to<br />

divert it from landfill and now<br />

the group wants to take it a<br />

step further.<br />

The waste park scheme is a<br />

community-based recycling<br />

programme where plastics are<br />

recycled to create new useful<br />

objects.<br />

“Most of our plastic gets sent<br />

to China but instead we want<br />

to collect it ourselves and recycle<br />

it at a local level and turn<br />

them into things like plastic<br />

bricks that you can turn into<br />

plastic furniture,” Ms Pritchett<br />

said.<br />

The group needs machinery<br />

Fate of Yew Cottage still uncertain<br />

THE FATE of Akaroa’s Yew<br />

Cottage is still uncertain as a<br />

report recommending the sale<br />

was withdrawn due to a lack of<br />

public consultation.<br />

A staff report on city<br />

council-owned cottage<br />

recommended the heritage<br />

building be sold and the<br />

KEEPING IT GREEN: The proposed space for Project Lyttelton’s waste park.<br />

Inset: Sarah Pritchett<br />

including shredders, an oven<br />

and moulds to get the project<br />

up and running.<br />

The group also want to use<br />

it as an education resource<br />

to teach children and adults<br />

about how valuable a resource<br />

it is and how to turn it into<br />

something new using 3D<br />

printing.<br />

“Plastic is a really good<br />

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because we don’t have the<br />

Akaroa-Wairewa Community<br />

Board met yesterday to make a<br />

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But property consultants<br />

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is a strategic asset and public<br />

consultation was needed as<br />

part of the report.<br />

There hasn’t been any<br />

capacity to recycle a lot of it in<br />

New Zealand. It’s an amazing<br />

resource and we can do amazing<br />

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Project Lyttelton is also<br />

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discussion with residents, in<br />

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council undertaking repairs<br />

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need to do 3D printing so<br />

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Ms Pritchett said.<br />

The group needs about<br />

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I exhibit at least once or twice<br />

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CREATIVE: Anneke Stewart with one of her creations.<br />

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It was a big deal and I turned<br />

up all bruised expecting them to<br />

say: ‘Who is this chick from the<br />

boonies? What’s she doing?’<br />

Christine Webster shot the<br />

campaign and I idolised her as<br />

a photographer and here was<br />

me this little rookie snowboard<br />

model chick. I was mortified. That<br />

exemplifies my non-attachment<br />

to the fashion industry.<br />

I did draw on my photography<br />

skills though and I was the official<br />

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Fashion Week when I moved back<br />

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going to boarding school at St<br />

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After high school I went to<br />

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I actually failed university<br />

entrance for art so I couldn’t get<br />

into art school on my marks.<br />

So I took the year off and<br />

snowboarded every day and<br />

painted at night and filled up<br />

work books so I could get myself<br />

in. I then did my post graduate<br />

at Elam School of Fine Arts<br />

majoring in sculpture.<br />

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ENTHUSIASTIC: Anneke Stewart on the slopes with her<br />

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whole life so I decided to move<br />

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What was it like living<br />

overseas?<br />

I tried to get art-related jobs<br />

but they wouldn’t recognise my<br />

degree there. While I was there I<br />

got very good at graffiti.<br />

My partner of the time was<br />

an aerosol artist so I went out to<br />

do public walls with him quite<br />

often. I was part of a paint jam in<br />

Brighton with about 150 graffiti<br />

artists from all around Europe<br />

and I was one of three girls. They<br />

were watching me paint and<br />

asked me how long I’ve been<br />

doing it . . . it was probably about<br />

my fifth ever piece and they were<br />

really impressed.<br />

After living in the UK I moved<br />

to Morzine, France and I got a job<br />

as a photographer. The first gig<br />

was at the Arctic Circle up the top<br />

of Sweden to an event called The<br />

Battle which is legendary in the<br />

snowboarding world. I ended up<br />

meeting a pro rider from Sweden<br />

and we ended up dating for four<br />

years.<br />

SUNSET: Mandala light box created from an original photo<br />

taken near Shag Rock after the February 22, 2011, earthquake.<br />

Why did you make the move<br />

back to New Zealand?<br />

After the Sweden saga I<br />

came home. I became unwell<br />

and developed really bad<br />

endometriosis.<br />

I was close to being booked in<br />

to get surgery but I wanted time<br />

to get my body strong so I moved<br />

to Wanaka. Being a Reiki master<br />

I was aware that what was going<br />

on could be fixed holistically. I<br />

worked with a natural healer and<br />

nutritionist for a year and I got<br />

rid of it completely without any<br />

surgery.<br />

You got engaged earlier this<br />

year, how did you meet you<br />

partner?<br />

When I moved to Wanaka I<br />

met my partner Anthony who’s a<br />

builder. We lived in Wanaka for a<br />

couple of years before moving to<br />

Leeston, then to the high country<br />

and now we’re in Sumner. We<br />

have two kids together – Phoenix<br />

who’s four and Knox who is twoand-a-half.<br />

After the endometriosis I was<br />

told I wouldn’t be able to conceive<br />

children easily so my children are<br />

miracles. He’s from the Taranaki<br />

so he’s a North Island boy but<br />

I managed to move him down<br />

here because I’m a hardcore<br />

Cantabrian.<br />

SCIRT programme on the home straight<br />

SCIRT’s five year programme of repairs to pipes, roads, bridges and retaining walls is<br />

almost complete and will finish in December.<br />

Most of our repairs involve fixing the city’s underground pipe networks with only small<br />

amount of our work focused on roads.<br />

Our roading work largely involves fixing where we have dug down to repair and replace<br />

the earthquake damaged pipes beneath. The result may look a little patchy but we repair<br />

roads to a reliable and serviceable standard.<br />

The City Council and NZ Transport Agency will continue completing ongoing repairs to the<br />

city's earthquake-damaged roads after SCIRT.<br />

Progress in your neighbourhood<br />

• The Beachville Road Seawall in Redcliffs is now complete with the roading due to finish<br />

next month.<br />

• Watermain repairs are progressing well in Governors <strong>Bay</strong> and will be completed this<br />

month.<br />

• Lyttelton is still busy with ongoing retaining wall repairs which are due to be completed in<br />

September, underground pipe and roading repairs will continue through in the area to the<br />

end of the year.<br />

• Your support is helping us to get the job done, thank you from the SCIRT team.<br />

Want<br />

more<br />

info?<br />

Email:<br />

info@scirt.co.nz<br />

Phone:<br />

941 8999<br />

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Wednesday <strong>August</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

News<br />

OFFERING THE GOODS: The Tannery complex specialises in food and fashion but owner Alasdair Cassels hopes to introduce an art gallery on-site soon.<br />

Continued expansion at The Tannery<br />

LIMELIGHT: Alice’s Deluxe<br />

Theatre opened at The<br />

Tannery two months ago.<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

THE TANNERY is undergoing<br />

a transformation introducing<br />

a number of new retailers and<br />

services to the complex.<br />

While only $2 million has been<br />

spent on additions, the precinct is<br />

now home to a cinema and more<br />

fashion outlets.<br />

Tannery owner<br />

Alasdair Cassels (right)<br />

said there’s developments<br />

either side of the atrium.<br />

“Alice’s Deluxe Theatre<br />

just opened two months<br />

ago and there’s more<br />

shops down the other<br />

end,” Mr Cassels said.<br />

A high-tech<br />

200 sq m conference<br />

room will open next week<br />

specialising as a multi-function<br />

event room.<br />

Raw Nova will introduce a<br />

menswear shop, Auckland-based<br />

brand Nature Baby will move onto<br />

the premises and Teepee will open a<br />

new branch specialising in soap.<br />

The new stores will take The<br />

Tannery’s business count to 63<br />

with still more work to go at the<br />

complex.<br />

“The south side is still being<br />

developed and we’re talking to<br />

a couple of different parties. I’d<br />

like to see an art gallery there but<br />

that may or may not happen,” Mr<br />

Cassels said.<br />

In spite of its Woolston location<br />

he said being in the suburbs hasn’t<br />

affected his business negatively.<br />

“The south is actually quite a<br />

large part of Christchurch with a<br />

different culture than the rest of the<br />

city,” he said.<br />

The $20 million<br />

boutique-style atrium is<br />

known for fashion, gift<br />

and homeware, design<br />

and hospitality.<br />

Mr Cassels believes<br />

there are many places in<br />

Christchurch that offer<br />

low-quality products but<br />

The Tannery is definitely<br />

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“We’re set up to buy<br />

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Compared to other centres around<br />

the city we focus on those values<br />

and I think that’s to our advantage.”<br />

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DATE / GAME WHERE RESULTS<br />

THURSDAY 18 AUGUST<br />

North <strong>Harbour</strong> V Counties Manukau<br />

FRIDAY 19 AUGUST<br />

Northland V Manawatu<br />

SATURDAY 20 AUGUST<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> of Plenty V Taranaki<br />

Hawke’s <strong>Bay</strong> V Wellington<br />

Canterbury V Auckland<br />

SUNDAY 21 AUGUST<br />

Southland V Otago<br />

Tasman V Waikato<br />

FERRYMEAD<br />

Albany<br />

Whangarei<br />

Tauranga<br />

Napier<br />

Christchurch<br />

Invercargill<br />

Blenheim<br />

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WEEK TWO<br />

DATE / GAME<br />

THURSDAY 25 AUGUST<br />

Otago V Wellington<br />

FRIDAY 26 AUGUST<br />

Manawatu V Southland<br />

Auckland V Northland<br />

SATURDAY 27 AUGUST<br />

Waikato V North <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

Taranaki V Hawke’s <strong>Bay</strong><br />

SUNDAY 28 AUGUST<br />

Canterbury V Tasman<br />

Counties Manukau V <strong>Bay</strong> of Plenty<br />

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WEDNESDAY 7 SEPTEMBER<br />

Hawke’s <strong>Bay</strong> V Auckland<br />

THURSDAY 8 SEPTEMBER<br />

Taranaki V Southland<br />

FRIDAY 9 SEPTEMBER<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> of Plenty V Northland<br />

Counties Manukau V Wellington<br />

SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER<br />

North <strong>Harbour</strong> V Manawatu<br />

Otago V Tasman<br />

SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER<br />

Canterbury V Hawke’s <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Auckland V Waikato<br />

WEEK SEVEN<br />

Napier<br />

New Plymouth<br />

Rotorua<br />

Pukekohe<br />

Albany<br />

Dunedin<br />

Christchurch<br />

Auckland<br />

DATE / GAME WHERE RESULTS<br />

WEDNESDAY 28 SEPTEMBER<br />

Waikato V Canterbury<br />

THURSDAY 29 SEPTEMBER<br />

Tasman V Counties Manukau<br />

FRIDAY 30 SEPTEMBER<br />

Wellington V Southland<br />

SATURDAY 1 OCTOBER<br />

North <strong>Harbour</strong> V <strong>Bay</strong> of Plenty<br />

Manawatu V Hawke’s <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Auckland V Otago<br />

SUNDAY 2 OCTOBER<br />

Taranaki V Canterbury<br />

Northland V Waikato<br />

Hamilton<br />

Blenheim<br />

Wellington<br />

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Palmerston North<br />

Auckland<br />

New Plymouth<br />

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WEDNESDAY 14 SEPTEMBER<br />

Counties Manukau V Taranaki<br />

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Southland V Hawke’s <strong>Bay</strong><br />

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Wellington V <strong>Bay</strong> of Plenty<br />

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Manawatu V Canterbury<br />

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Waikato V Taranaki<br />

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WEDNESDAY 5 OCTOBER<br />

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Otago V Counties Manukau<br />

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Otago V Northland<br />

THURSDAY 1 SEPTEMBER<br />

Hawke’s <strong>Bay</strong> V Counties Manukau<br />

FRIDAY 2 SEPTEMBER<br />

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SATURDAY 3 SEPTEMBER<br />

Tasman V Taranaki<br />

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Northland V Wellington<br />

Whangarei<br />

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Wellington<br />

Dunedin<br />

Palmerston North<br />

FRIDAY 23 SEPTEMBER<br />

Counties Manukau V Waikato<br />

SATURDAY 24 SEPTEMBER<br />

Canterbury V Otago<br />

Taranaki V Manawatu<br />

Hawke’s <strong>Bay</strong> V Tasman<br />

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Counties Manukau V Canterbury<br />

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FALCONS SWOOP: Two junior Ferrymead <strong>Bay</strong>s sides went head<br />

to head on Saturday at Redcliffs Park on a day that registered<br />

just 10 deg C as its high. In the 10th grade competition, the<br />

Ferrymead Falcons took on the Tigers in a game that ended 3-0<br />

to the Falcons. Falcons players Oscar Goodwin, Angus Mangin<br />

and Reuben Cawood got their names on the score sheet. The<br />

Tigers’ player of the day was Josh Carson and the Falcons’ was<br />

Oscar Goodwin.<br />

DOUBLE CELEBRATIONS: Sumner and Canterbury outside back<br />

Marshall Suckling (left) pictured with former Canterbury first<br />

five-eighths Tom Taylor after last season’s ITM Cup win over<br />

Auckland. Suckling will be celebrating doubly, today is his 27th<br />

birthday and he was named in the 41-man Canterbury ITM Cup<br />

squad last week. Suckling was one of three Sumner players to<br />

be selected for the Canterbury squad. Winger Nathan Earle, and<br />

outside back Poasa Waqanibau also made the cut.<br />

CHAMPIONS: Our Lady Star of the Seas rugby teams have dominated the south-east zone<br />

competition. ​<br />

Rugby stars punch above weight<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

OUR LADY Star of the Sea’s<br />

year 5/6 and year 7/8 boys<br />

rugby teams won the south-east<br />

zone rugby tournament which<br />

incorporated a number of<br />

schools.<br />

The year 5/6 team went<br />

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The year 7/8 team lost one<br />

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The school only has 10 boys<br />

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rugby.<br />

This is the first time the<br />

school of 66 students has won<br />

both boys rugby competitions<br />

at the same tournament in the<br />

same year.<br />

Our Lady Star of the Sea principal<br />

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the accolade.<br />

“We always do well against<br />

the bigger schools and continue<br />

to punch well above our weight.<br />

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EQC UPDATE KEEPING YOU INFORMED | AUGUST <strong>2016</strong><br />

The changing shape of EQC<br />

The Earthquake Commission’s work in<br />

Canterbury is entering a new phase as<br />

it settles the final earthquake claims for<br />

the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, says<br />

EQC Chief Executive, Ian Simpson.<br />

“Over the past few months we’ve been<br />

looking closely at what remains to be<br />

done and we will be carefully matching<br />

the workforce to the work that still needs<br />

completing.<br />

As part of this, EQC has developed a<br />

proposal on how EQC will be organised in<br />

20<strong>17</strong> to implement its work in Canterbury,<br />

while continuing its national work.”<br />

EQC began consultation with its staff<br />

this week on a proposed smaller structure<br />

for 20<strong>17</strong>.<br />

“As we make changes over the next few<br />

months, one thing isn’t changing: we will<br />

retain a presence in Canterbury until we<br />

have met our obligations to our customers.<br />

The proposal is for an organisation with<br />

383 positions from January 20<strong>17</strong>,” Mr<br />

Simpson said.<br />

The proposals for the new structure impact<br />

the 868 EQC people on fixed term<br />

employment agreements to December<br />

<strong>2016</strong> or on contracts for service.<br />

Mr Simpson says the reduction in staff<br />

numbers had been signalled to staff earlier<br />

this year, with more detail given<br />

at EQC staff update sessions in July.<br />

He was grateful for the professionalism<br />

of EQC staff; continuing to achieve key<br />

milestones for Canterbury customers<br />

during a time of change and personal<br />

challenge.<br />

By the end of the year, EQC’s target<br />

is to have:<br />

• completed all of the approximately<br />

67,900 managed home repairs.<br />

• settled all of the approximately 99,000<br />

residential building claims scheduled for<br />

first-time cash settlements.<br />

• settled all of the more than 187,000<br />

contents claims.<br />

• settled green zone land claims for about<br />

73,000 properties.<br />

• resolved 75% of the remedial requests<br />

we had on our books as at 30 June <strong>2016</strong><br />

• cash settled 90% of the 3,118 drainage<br />

claims we had received by 30 June<br />

<strong>2016</strong>.<br />

• cash settled the 13,985 damage claims<br />

received following the series of quakes<br />

in Canterbury between February and<br />

June <strong>2016</strong>.<br />

Mr Simpson says that what remains to be<br />

done in 20<strong>17</strong>,is to continue resolving<br />

remedial requests on properties where<br />

EQC has managed a repair, and continue<br />

resolving drainage enquiries.<br />

“The level of work left is of a much smaller<br />

scale than the Canterbury Home Repair<br />

Programme was designed for. We need<br />

a smaller, fit-for-purpose approach to finish<br />

the work,” Mr Simpson said.<br />

“By 20<strong>17</strong> we will have a new approach for<br />

handling the remaining work, including<br />

remedial requests. We’re working on the<br />

details of this now, including talking to<br />

Fletcher EQR. We hope we will have a<br />

clearer picture around September,”<br />

Mr Simpson said.<br />

As at 31 July <strong>2016</strong>:<br />

• there were 238 substantive repairs left,<br />

which we aim to have resolved by the<br />

end of the year.<br />

• there were 335 secondary repairs (such<br />

as garages and chimneys) to do.<br />

There is also a range of administrative and<br />

financial tasks to be completed.<br />

“I know it has not been an easy journey for<br />

some EQC Canterbury customers. We<br />

didn’t get everything right. I’m the first to<br />

admit that. But EQC has worked hard to<br />

learn from its mistakes and improve how<br />

we work not just for Canterbury, but for all<br />

New Zealand,” Mr Simpson said.<br />

Outside of Canterbury, EQC needs to be<br />

ready to respond to any future event and<br />

continues negotiating and managing<br />

natural disaster reinsurance for the country.<br />

EQC will also continue settling the 5,000<br />

to 8,000 natural disaster claims it receives<br />

on average every year, funding research to<br />

a tune of about $16 million annually, and<br />

educating the public about natural hazards<br />

and how to mitigate these.<br />

Remedial requests<br />

EQC has streamlined its process for handling new<br />

remedial requests from customers received from<br />

1 <strong>August</strong>, <strong>2016</strong>.<br />

EQC Chief Executive, Ian Simpson, says the new process<br />

aims for faster resolution with customers having the<br />

opportunity to provide information upfront and state their<br />

preference for a cash settlement or a managed repair<br />

where remedial work is required.<br />

The changes have been introduced after positive<br />

customer feedback on the process used to manage claims<br />

from the February <strong>2016</strong> earthquake, where customers had<br />

the opportunity to submit more information upfront to<br />

enable quicker turnaround.<br />

Many customers going through the February <strong>2016</strong> claims<br />

management process are positive or very positive about<br />

their experience. EQC is now using this approach for new<br />

remedial requests, and customers will be asked to send in<br />

information such as photographs and builders’ quotes.<br />

Although cash settlement will provide a quicker<br />

resolution, it may not suit everyone, Mr Simpson says.<br />

“So if a customer prefers that a contractor do the work,<br />

then EQC will arrange for that to happen. But EQC’s<br />

Community Contact Team and independent customer<br />

advocate groups will be available to support any cashsettled<br />

customers who aren’t confident in sourcing their<br />

own contractors,” he says.<br />

Of the 5,720 open remedial requests, EQC has identified<br />

approximately 1,500 properties that cannot be resolved<br />

through a managed repair before 20<strong>17</strong>. The new process,<br />

while largely designed for new remedial requests, will be<br />

available to these customers and EQC will be making<br />

contact with them from late <strong>August</strong> to ask if they prefer a<br />

cash settlement or managed repair during 20<strong>17</strong>.<br />

Customers wanting to discuss remedial requests can<br />

contact EQC by phone 0800 DAMAGE (326 243) or email<br />

info@eqc.govt.nz<br />

Drainage<br />

As at June 30 <strong>2016</strong>, EQC had 3,118 drainage damage<br />

enquiries to be resolved. To ensure timely settlement of<br />

these claims, EQC has introduced a panel of licenced<br />

drain layers to identify earthquake damage.<br />

On settlement, customers get a detailed assessment of<br />

the earthquake damage, a documented repair strategy,<br />

and the costing for the repair. EQC expects to resolve<br />

90% of the drainage claims, lodged by 30 June, in <strong>2016</strong>.<br />

EQC is concentrating on resolving as many drainage<br />

claims as possible that were received by June, this year.<br />

The claims received after that date will be resolved<br />

next year.<br />

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


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Wednesday <strong>August</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

News<br />

One man and his 1000 dreams<br />

• By Roy Sinclair<br />

NEIL ANDREWS leads the<br />

way down precarious steps to a<br />

seemingly underground room.<br />

He flicks on a light switch.<br />

I am wowed by a high viaduct<br />

spanning a realistic gorge. My<br />

eyes are led to tall forests, tree<br />

ferns galore and a painted backdrop<br />

depicting a stormy sky.<br />

“This is what I do,” he says.<br />

“It is not what I do in my spare<br />

time.<br />

“I mow the lawns in my spare<br />

time.”<br />

The room was purpose-built<br />

for the 9mm (scale 9mm to the<br />

foot) layout representative of a<br />

one-time railway in Northland.<br />

In his garage he is working on<br />

a second, portable, layout. This is<br />

a narrow-gauge railway based on<br />

French townscapes.<br />

Model railways is an interest<br />

he could not be without.<br />

“When I met my partner,<br />

Helen, I told her it is me and my<br />

trains. They are inseparable.<br />

“She accepted that which was<br />

great.”<br />

He describes railway modelling<br />

“as a thousand dreams<br />

held together by a hundred<br />

unfinished jobs. In other words,<br />

a degree of chaos.”<br />

“Part of the fascination is<br />

HAND-MADE: Model builder, Neil Andrews and his miniature creation of early last century<br />

Northland. ​<br />

delving into history to discover<br />

how it all would have looked like<br />

early last century,” Mr Andrews<br />

said.<br />

He always liked to do things<br />

with his hands. He enjoyed art<br />

at school – and building things.<br />

Even when he had clockwork<br />

railways he was always cutting<br />

up cardboard boxes to make<br />

buildings.<br />

He recalls scoring designs on<br />

pieces of wood to make boats.<br />

Railways became another part<br />

of it.<br />

Getting into more serious railway<br />

modelling during the late<br />

1950s, there was not much stuff<br />

available and if it was he didn’t<br />

have the money.<br />

If he wanted it he made it.<br />

“My mother used to take me to<br />

the railway station. I remember<br />

being in my pushchair watching<br />

the Lyttelton trains come and<br />

go.<br />

“Then at primary school I was<br />

quite capable of making an Ecclass<br />

electric locomotive with the<br />

distinctive air compressor tanks<br />

across the front. Everyone could<br />

recognise it.”<br />

Later, any new gadget at his<br />

Canterbury University laboratory<br />

would be first examined to<br />

how it would be useful on the<br />

model railway.<br />

“Then we would work out how<br />

it was intended to be used.”<br />

His workplace became known<br />

as “the model train laboratory.”<br />

That’s what people who visited<br />

talked about.<br />

He travelled to model railroad<br />

conventions in the United States,<br />

becoming a member of the<br />

R.G.S. East Hon3 club.<br />

He visited huge model railway<br />

shows in Cologne and Miniature<br />

Wonderland in Hamburg.<br />

“In Germany a model railway<br />

is like a dishwasher. Everyone<br />

has to have one. And most offerings<br />

are German-made. They are<br />

excellent.<br />

“On one European trip Helen<br />

and I were forced off the road by<br />

Tour de France officials.<br />

“We had to divert into a backwater<br />

countryside.


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in miniature<br />

BUILDING: A train layout under construction and a G-scale<br />

layout at last year’s Christchurch Model Train Show.<br />

“There we found towns of<br />

beautiful buildings with terracotta<br />

roofs. We had discovered<br />

the romance of the French countryside.<br />

“Anything French is different.<br />

If you see a French car you know<br />

it is French because it looks nothing<br />

like anything else. It is the<br />

same with railways.<br />

“Their narrow gauge railways<br />

were basically portable. They<br />

could be picked up and laid<br />

beside a road.<br />

“That really intrigued me. Narrow<br />

gauge secondary lines were<br />

introduced to boost the network<br />

of French railways.’’<br />

The unplanned detour instigated<br />

his French narrow gauge layout.<br />

“One develops a modeller’s<br />

mind.<br />

“A modeller will typically think<br />

how it would look in miniature?”<br />

He talks about Hamburg’s<br />

mind-boggling Miniature Wonderland.<br />

“It’s absolutely intriguing. It’s<br />

a huge collection that is pushing<br />

the boundaries of technology and<br />

inspiring manufacturers to pick<br />

up on it with new products.”<br />

“The model aircraft must<br />

represent the peak of model<br />

building.’’<br />

“The model trains have been<br />

running for so long the track is<br />

wearing out.”<br />

The closest we have in<br />

Christchurch is the annual big<br />

model train Show, this year being<br />

held over the weekend of October<br />

1 and 2.<br />

The venue is Pioneer Stadium<br />

in Lyttelton St, Spreydon. It is the<br />

show’s 25th anniversary so promises<br />

to be special.<br />

Mr Andrews was an instigator<br />

of the event, starting a model<br />

train show at Hagley Community<br />

College and then expanding to<br />

the Horticultural Society hall.<br />

Then, the Christchurch Model<br />

Railway Exhibition Society was<br />

formed and took over. Its growth<br />

took it to Pioneer Stadium where<br />

it has been ever since. At its peak<br />

the show attracted 10,000 people<br />

over the two days.<br />

“It’s about its optimum size.<br />

“Considering our modest<br />

Christchurch population we do a<br />

pretty good job,” he said.<br />

This year’s show will help those<br />

wanting to get into the hobby.<br />

“We will have beginners’ train<br />

sets and heaps of demonstrations.<br />

Find out the best models to buy<br />

and learn how to make things.<br />

“Technology will be to the<br />

fore. This is enhancing the hobby<br />

and drawing younger people in.<br />

They can operate a railway from<br />

a PC or mobile phone, utilising<br />

wi-fi and DCC (digital control<br />

systems).”<br />

He says model railway people<br />

are an enthusiastic bunch. They<br />

will do their utmost to share<br />

what they know.<br />

Andrews will be on the demonstrations<br />

desk. It is likely he will<br />

let slip how to disguise a lot of<br />

money spent on the hobby within<br />

the weekly household bills.<br />

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Bridal Show<br />

Chance to win a wedding gown<br />

FUTURE BRIDES will have the<br />

opportunity to win their dream<br />

wedding gown at this month’s<br />

With This Ring Bridal Show.<br />

The show will take place at the<br />

Air Force Museum of<br />

New Zealand, Wigram, on<br />

<strong>August</strong> 28.<br />

Guests will have the chance<br />

to go in the draw to win a<br />

To Cherish Bridal Boutique<br />

wedding gown of their choice up<br />

to the value of $3895.<br />

To Cherish owner Alison van<br />

Lent said the winner could pick<br />

any gown in the store, as its most<br />

expensive one was $3895.<br />

She said it would make<br />

planning a wedding a lot easier<br />

for one bride-to-be.<br />

“It’s one of the more expensive<br />

items on their agenda, and<br />

sometimes one of the more<br />

stressful.”<br />

The winner would get to<br />

go into the store, have a free<br />

consultation and order any gown<br />

of their choice, she said.<br />

To Cherish will have a stall at<br />

the show, and its gowns feature<br />

in the catwalk shows.<br />

Its new store on Barrington<br />

St will open the day before the<br />

show, Mrs van Lent said.<br />

This year’s show will have<br />

85 exhibitors ranging from<br />

wedding and bridesmaid gowns,<br />

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Email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi<br />

by 5pm each Wednesday<br />

lunch will be provided. It will be<br />

open to anyone over the age of 16<br />

who would benefit. There will be<br />

a limited number of spaces, but<br />

those interested can call 741 1410<br />

or Caine Tauwhare on 027 352<br />

2288.<br />

Whakaraupo Carving Centre,<br />

Lyttelton<br />

Images End<br />

<strong>August</strong> 5-September 4<br />

Mark Soltero’s Images End<br />

exhibition brings together a<br />

collection of work from what<br />

Soltero refers to as the Back<br />

Catalogue. These works form<br />

a reflection on the nature of<br />

images in a networked world.<br />

The materials and processes –<br />

black, white and grey, applied<br />

as if printed through stencils<br />

on hessian or paper – reflect<br />

the evolution of his ideas about<br />

painting. Soltero’s ideas stem<br />

from an intellectual imagination,<br />

but are driven by an emotional<br />

need to create. He is compelled to<br />

paint.<br />

50 Works Gallery, 50 London<br />

Street, Lyttelton<br />

Knit ‘n’ Yarn<br />

Today, 10am-11am<br />

Head along to Lyttelton Library<br />

for Knit ‘n’ Yarn. Bring your<br />

knitting, crochet or other portable<br />

craft project and enjoy time with<br />

other crafters.<br />

Temporary Lyttelton Library<br />

at Trinity Hall, free, beginners<br />

welcome<br />

Health and Wellness Expo<br />

Saturday, <strong>August</strong> 13, 10am-2pm<br />

Come along for some<br />

inspiration and information on<br />

how you can de-stress your body,<br />

enjoy some pampering and treat<br />

your health with natural options.<br />

There will be reiki, massage, hot<br />

stones, essential oils, psychics and<br />

readers, healthy and indulgent<br />

treats, spiritual art, jewellery<br />

and much more. Entry is a koha<br />

donation to Lyttelton Community<br />

House. If you would like a<br />

space to exhibit or require more<br />

information, phone Dawn Cowan<br />

on 021 560 586<br />

Lyttelton Arts Factory, 34<br />

Oxford St, Lyttelton<br />

Baby Times<br />

Friday, <strong>August</strong> 19, 10.30-11am<br />

During each session there<br />

is a variety of stories, songs,<br />

rhymes, finger-plays and other<br />

book-related activities. The<br />

programmes are especially<br />

suitable for under two-year-olds.<br />

Temporary Lyttelton Library at<br />

Trinity Hall, free<br />

Lyttelton Arts Factory Quiz<br />

Saturday, <strong>August</strong> 20, 7.30-<br />

9.30pm<br />

Led by LAF Quizmaster Joe<br />

Bennett, the LAF performers<br />

will keep you entertained even<br />

if you aren’t winning. Book in<br />

advance as there’s only 25 spots<br />

available. The proceeds raised<br />

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School’s year 8 camp. The aim<br />

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Lyttelton Arts Factory, 34<br />

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Sunday, <strong>August</strong> 21, 7.30-9.30pm<br />

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Story-times/Wā Kōrero<br />

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korikori.<br />

Temporary Lyttelton Library at<br />

Trinity Hall, free<br />

Maori Carving Course<br />

Starting soon<br />

Lyttelton’s Whakaraupo<br />

Carving Centre is running the<br />

Tane tu Tane Ora course, which is<br />

designed to help men find a new<br />

passion and sense of belonging<br />

and identity through carving. It is<br />

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course is filled. It will run three<br />

days a week – Monday, Tuesday<br />

and Wednesday, from 10am-3pm<br />

– until the end of the year. A free<br />

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market<br />

The market has temporarily<br />

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HEALTH & BEAUTY<br />

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Moncks <strong>Bay</strong> has always been considered<br />

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