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the Sumner Rugby Club on Saturday night. They

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Development officer Lawrence Babe said more

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Tourists drivers subject of petition

• By Annabelle Dick

FRUSTRATED Akaroa residents

are petitioning for road signage

and sealed shoulders on State

Highway 75 in a bid to beat slow

tourist drivers.

They say tourists don’t pull

over because of the conditions of

the shoulder on the road, holding

up people who want to pass.

A petition containing 97

names has been sent to the New

Zealand Transport Agency, the

city council and presented to the

Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board.

Marie Haley, of Goughs Bay,

organised the petition. She said

residents have endured years of

frustration over road conditions

and slow drivers between Akaroa

and Little River.

“It came about because each

summer there’s a lot of very slow

tourists on the roads. There’s a

lot of tourist buses and vehicles

on SH75 and nowhere for them

to pull over and let people pass,”

Ms Haley said.

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“There’s a huge amount of traffic

over summer due to visitors

and they don’t know the roads,”

Ms Haley said.

“If they’re going to drive slowly

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Ms Haley and other residents

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“I would like to see signs with

messages on them like ‘pull over

area coming’ and ‘photo area

ahead’ so they know where good

photo spots are and can also let

traffic pass,” she said.

Road shoulders should also be

sealed so drivers can pull over

safely, she said.

The petition received 97 signatures

– about 15 percent of the

Akaroa community.

The community board is

backing the petition and the

city council will discuss it at the

September 15 meeting.

Ms Haley hasn’t received a

response from NZTA on her

petition.

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Wednesday August 17 2016

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IT IS that time in the three-year

cycle where we exercise our

democratic vote to decide who

will be our representatives on the

city council – well almost.

THis time around we won’t

need to vote for the role of city

councillor because Cr Andrew

Turner was the only person

running for Banks Peninsula,

meaning he gets in uncontested.

Be interesting to see if the

boundary changes in the ward

played a part in this, or if it is

because the ward is happy with Cr

Turner’s performance.

Sumner artist Anneke Stewart

is “Our People” this week.

Interestingly, she failed university

entrance for art so she took a

year off, snowboarded by day and

painted by night then got into the

Elam School of Fine Arts – a great

example of pursuing your dream

no matter the obstacles you face.

– Shelley Robinson

Stars on the rugby field punch above their weight

SPORT 16

Your Local Views.........4

Our People...................10,11

Schools....................................8

Local Sport.....................16

Bridal Show.......................21

Community Events.....23

Health & Beauty.........24

Real Estate........................ 25

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Wednesday August 17 2016

News

No contest for candidate

in Banks Peninsula Ward

• By Annabelle Dick

Andrew Turner Sara Templeton Paul Lonsdale

Elections 16

ANDREW TURNER won’t have

to campaign for re-election in

the local body elections in

October – no one is standing

against him in the Banks

Peninsula Ward.

The sitting city councillor will

be elected unopposed.

There will also be other walkovers.

In the Lyttelton subdivision,

Jed O’Donoghue and Christine

Wilson (Independent) will be

elected unopposed for the two

vacancies.

In the Mt Herbert subdivision,

Felix Dawson (Independent) and

John McLister also fill the vacancies

unopposed.

Tori Peden is the only candidate

for the Wairewa subdivision

of the board.

But there will be a contest

in the Akaroa community

subdivision, with Janis

Haley, Keith Molloy and Pam

Richardson vying for the two

positions.

Meanwhile, the Heathcote

Ward sees sitting city councillor

Paul Lonsdale (Independent),

Sara Templeton (Strong Communities

for a Stronger Christchurch)

and Malcolm George Davis

(Independent) vying for a seat at

the council table.

Running for the newly-formed

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board are: Darrell

Latham (Independent), Tim

Lindley (For Communities You’ll

Love To Live In), Rosemary

Neave (The People’s Choice –

Independent) and Una O’Grady

(The People’s Choice) will all

vie for the two positions in the

Heathcote Ward.

Voting is by postal ballot with

forms being sent out on September

16, the polls close at noon on

October 8.

For a full list of who is running

for other wards and community

boards visit www.electionz.com/

LGENominations/ELT60CC16_

candidates.htm

A DELUGE system is expected

to be installed in Lyttelton

Tunnel early next year to

improve safety in the event of

a fire.

The system will help control

and prevent the spread of fire

and reduce heat damage to the

tunnel.

It will also protect the lives of

anyone in the tunnel and tunnel

control staff.

Currently, the Lyttelton Tunnel

does not have an automated

fire control system and New

Zealand Transport Agency

think a deluge system will mitigate

the risk.

“A deluge system has been

identified as an appropriate way

to improve our ability to control

a fire, improve safety and

protect the tunnel,” said NZTA

state highway manager Colin

Knaggs.

One of the main fire risks is

fuel-carrying tankers that now

travel through the tunnel, as

the previous dangerous goods

route, Evans Pass, was closed

after the 2011 earthquake.

Hazard materials often see

the tunnel closed for short

periods of time, but that will

become less frequent.

“It is intended that once

Evans Pass is reopened then

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Deluge system to

improve tunnel safety

dangerous goods will revert to

using this route,” Mr Knaggs

said.

Three rows of nozzles will be

installed along the length of the

tunnel roof and tunnel-use restrictions

will be in place while

the work is carried out.

The agency will work with the

community to find ways to limit

tunnel closing times.

“We want to close night-times

to minimise the disruption

for everyone. Residents will be

advised of closures and one-way

nights well in advance of these

happening,” Mr Knaggs said.

Emergency services will be

guaranteed full access during

the closures and opening will

coincide with shift changes at

the port.

The work is estimated to take

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Your Local Views

Last week, Bay Harbour would be Ann and Brent Stanaway,

what a great tragedy it was

News asked its readers

what they thought of a plan when their very inspiring design

to set up a Lyttelton Design was rejected by the powers that

Review Panel to help be, and then to add insult to

decide what could be built injury, they allowed the local primary

to be built on the opposite

there, and what buildings

could look like.

corner.

Paul St John, of Cass Bay – Don’t get me wrong I actually

What a great idea to have a panel like the school, but I think the

to select different designs for the Stanaway house would have

future of Lyttelton.

complemented this whole corner

My first pick for the panel of Lyttelton.

National List

MP Nuk Korako

talks about a

parliamentary

intiative to

support local

charities

On Saturday, September 3, I

will have the pleasure of hosting

the parliamentary rugby and

netball teams for two charity

matches here in Christchurch.

For those of you who aren’t

familiar with our parliamentary

sports teams, each team is made

up of MPs from both sides of the

political spectrum as well as parliamentary

staff. We play five to

six games around New Zealand

every year.

While these games are a great

opportunity for MPs and staff

to demonstrate their athletic

prowess, they also serve a much

greater purpose of raising both

money and awareness for local

charities within our Kiwi communities.

Next month’s games will be

in support of two very special

causes – Hohepa Canterbury,

which creates opportunities for

people with intellectual disabilities

and autism to live full lives,

and 0800 Hungry, a food bank

that delivers emergency food

parcels to people in need.

I was fortunate enough to help

out both these charities during

Volunteer Week in June and was

inspired by work they are doing

I just hope the so-called powers

that be reconsider the dumb

decision to reject such a wonderful

(in your words quirky)

design. You only have to look at

the Stanaway’s empty section to

realise what could have been.

Jeremy Agar, of Lyttelton –

Lyttelton, Canterbury’s original

town, has lost virtually all its

heritage buildings and everyone

wants to save what we can.

MPs in sport competition

for our Port Hills communities. I

am pleased we have the opportunity

to support their work with

this exciting event.

Our parliamentary netball

team will play at 1pm at Christ’s

College indoor court followed

by the rugby team who will kickoff

at 3pm at Christ’s College

Upper.

Tickets will be available to

pre-purchase for the post-match

function, which will include

a charity auction, raffles and

mixing with sporting legends

and parliamentary greats. All

proceeds from this will be evenly

split between Hohepa Canterbury

and 0800 Hungry.

If you would like further

information or are a business

who would like to donate to this

event, please phone my office on

384 0008.

Hope to see you all there.

But that’s not the issue with the

corner of Sumner Rd and Oxford

St, where the building has gone

and can’t be replaced exactly as it

was. Nor should we try.

The Lyttelton centre is notable

for its very lack of a consistent

style, it having been developed

with no thought of contemporary

sensibilities.

By chance, however, London

St has ended up with a harmony

of size and height, and all the

• By Mary Jamieson, secretary of

the Lions Club of Lyttelton

HELLO THERE. I think

animals are smarter than us.

In the Northern hemisphere

when the weather

turns cold they

hibernate until the

spring and the weather

gets warmer. We rug

up and dash in and out

of warm buildings and

cars and try to stop our

teeth from chattering.

Lyttelton Lions have run a barbecue

at Bunnings, Marshland,

and a garage sale at Lyttelton.

These are ways we raise funds to

help people and organisations in

our community.

We had dinner with Ferrymead

Lions this week and we

heard 2 nd vice district governor

buildings rise vertically from the

footpath.

The Stanaway proposal that

you pictured respects these

design principles. Perhaps it’s

better to have a bold expression

of how we are now than a faux

version of some arbitrary previous

era.

Certainly the house would be

preferable to the large pragmatic

structure that’s appeared on the

top corner.

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Sting on wasp nests

• By Annabelle Dick

THE DISCOVERY of dozens

of wasp nests on Little River

properties is fuelling the

search and implementation of

a pest control programme in

Banks Peninsula.

The Little River Wairewa

Community Trust is

searching for funding for a

programme due to a surge in

wasp numbers.

Entomologist Dr Alison

Evans approached the trust

who have taken it to the

Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board because the problem

has become particularly bad

within the past few years.

“The giant willow aphid is

recent migrant to New Zealand

and it produces a lot of

honey dew. That’s fuelling the

wasp population and extending

the season that the wasps

can last for,” Dr Evans said.

The whole country has a

wasp infestation but Little

River has been hit hard because

of the number of willow

trees in the area.

“We’re talking big numbers.

People with lifestyle blocks

have had 20-30 nests on their

section,” she said.

Dr Evans said there’s been a

huge increase in the number

of wasps and a coincidental

WARNING: A Department of Conservation sign warns

people of the wasp hazard. PHOTO: ALISON EVANS

decline in the insect diversity

and abundance.

“There’s less insects around

for the birds to eat and other

animals such a geckos. It’s the

wasps having an effect on the

biodiversity,” she said.

The community trust is

seeking funding to subsidise

wasp control on Banks Peninsula

in hot spots.

The programme will target

places where there’s important

biodiversity and areas

where wasps are a nuisance.

If successful, wasp control will

roll out in autumn as the wasps

won’t take the bait until then.

Go ahead for design panel

• By Annabelle Dick

A LYTTELTON Design Review

Panel will be trialled to help oversee

what can be built in the area and

what’s visually acceptable.

The city council will decide to approve

the establishment of a panel for

an 18-month trial period.

Lyttelton-Mt Herbert

Community Board chairwoman

Paula Smith said

she’s glad the city council

voted for the trial.

“I’m very pleased. It

provides a mechanism for

Lyttelton people to have

some meaningful input

into decisions about their own town,”

she said.

The panel will be made up of four

Lyttelton residents with expertise in

the design area to review new build

resource consent applications.

The panel would then write a

report on the plan which would be

reviewed by the city council’s Urban

Design Panel.

“We’re about to put out a notice

seeking expressions of interest from

qualified design professionals to be a

part of the review panel,” Ms Smith

said.

It comes after residents Brent (left)

and Ann Stanaway tried to build a

new home on the corner of Sumner

Rd and Oxford St in 2012, but their

design was rejected by the city council

due to it being unsuitable

for the heritage precinct.

The Stanaway’s were living

in the former fire station

building, and wanted to

rebuild on the site after it was

demolished due to earthquake

damage.

Mr Stanaway is hesitant

about introducing a panel to

Lyttelton.

“My only concern is that it appears

to be introducing another level of

bureaucracy to a process of building.

While I recognise the need for local

input on architecture, it just creates

more bureaucracy and costs,” Mr

Stanaway said.

The Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community

Board has been pushing

for the panel to be set up since the

February22, 2011, earthquake.

CORRECTION

Last week the Bay Harbour News published a photo of the past presidents and

founders of the former Mt Herbert Ladies’ Probus Club, now combined with

the Probus Club of Mt Herbert. It went with an article on a proposed Probus

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

with the article. The Bay Harbour News apologises to the Probus Club of Mt

Herbert for this regrettable error.

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Putting waste to good use

• By Annabelle Dick

PROJECT LYTTELTON is

looking to install a waste park

in a bid to curb the amount of

rubbish coming from the area.

Project Lyttelton waste

matters champion Sarah

Pritchett said the group is

looking at ways to expand

on waste minimisation

activities.

“We already have a community

garden that’s been

going for a while. As part of

that we have worm farms and

a rubbish reduction scheme at

the Lyttelton Farmers Market

because the bins overflow,” she

said.

The group installed a

recycling bin, landfill bin and

organics bin at the weekly

market.

The organic waste then goes

to the community garden to

divert it from landfill and now

the group wants to take it a

step further.

The waste park scheme is a

community-based recycling

programme where plastics are

recycled to create new useful

objects.

“Most of our plastic gets sent

to China but instead we want

to collect it ourselves and recycle

it at a local level and turn

them into things like plastic

bricks that you can turn into

plastic furniture,” Ms Pritchett

said.

The group needs machinery

Fate of Yew Cottage still uncertain

THE FATE of Akaroa’s Yew

Cottage is still uncertain as a

report recommending the sale

was withdrawn due to a lack of

public consultation.

A staff report on city

council-owned cottage

recommended the heritage

building be sold and the

KEEPING IT GREEN: The proposed space for Project Lyttelton’s waste park.

Inset: Sarah Pritchett

including shredders, an oven

and moulds to get the project

up and running.

The group also want to use

it as an education resource

to teach children and adults

about how valuable a resource

it is and how to turn it into

something new using 3D

printing.

“Plastic is a really good

resource but we see it as rubbish

because we don’t have the

Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board met yesterday to make a

decision.

But property consultants

failed to realise that the cottage

is a strategic asset and public

consultation was needed as

part of the report.

There hasn’t been any

capacity to recycle a lot of it in

New Zealand. It’s an amazing

resource and we can do amazing

things with it.”

Project Lyttelton is also

working with Christchurch

3D printing company Fab Lab

to work out which recycled

plastics are suitable for printing.

The community group

wants to supply the company

with the raw materials they

discussion with residents, in

spite of residents speaking out

against the sale, so the report

was pulled.

The board was given four

options to consider including

selling it on the open market,

council undertaking repairs

and establishing a public work

need to do 3D printing so

they don’t have to use virgin

plastic.

“We’d be helping them by

supplying plastic and cutting

down the waste we chuck out,”

Ms Pritchett said.

The group needs about

$18,000 to get the park up

and running and have applied

to the Lyttelton Mt Herbert

Community Board to contribute

towards the project.

for the property, leasing the

property to a third party or

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The matter will be put aside

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Sumner Primary School house leaders organised

a mini Olympics for the pupils to celebrate the

opening of the games. Pupils selected their country,

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the house leaders. No medals were awarded as

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YOUNG OLYMPIANS: Pupils dressed up in red and

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PRIDE: Cara waves the United Kingdom’s

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Our People

Snowboarding and modelling

Anneke Stewart is an artist who has settled in

Sumner after years of travelling and adventureseeking.

Reporter Annabelle Dick spoke to her

about what it was like growing up on a deer farm,

modelling for one of New Zealand’s biggest

designers and how she impressed some of Europe’s

most well-known graffiti artists

You are an artist by trade, can

you tell me about your art and

your career?

I exhibit at least once or twice

a year, I’m always producing

artwork. I produce in about

10 different mediums quite

prolifically. The style is very much

cohesive throughout my work.

I’m into reclaimed objects

and keeping the integrity of a

material. My approach to what

I do is consciously create and

honour where we come from and

where our materials come from.

I believe we’re here to look after

this beautiful planet. I’m a Reiki

master which is like an energy

healer so I’m very sensitive to

energy and energy patterns.

I love what I do. Art is not

something I do, it’s who I am and

there’s no separation between the

two. It’s like breathing I have to

do it in order to feel normal.

What are you working on at

the moment?

I’m currently working on

more products and print media

on paper so I can make my

work more accessible. I’ve

just completed the largest

commission of my career so

far for the Deloitte building in

the city centre. It’s a lenticular

lightbox which is an animated

3D-type medium so the images

change when you walk past.

I’m trying to keep my fine art

and commercial art separate. On

a weekly basis I do art classes

where I teach a handful of

students – hopefully, by next year

I can have more classes. I want

to start adult classes next month

too. I’m also doing a piece for the

BMX park over in New Brighton

in spring.

Tell me about you family.

My father was a deer farmer

and my mother has always

worked in fashion. When I was in

school she sold Pieter’s Modelling

Agency which is now Portfolio

CREATIVE: Anneke Stewart with one of her creations.

Model Agency. Then a few years She’s very down to earth, a hard

later she started New Zealand worker and she’s quite shy. She

Fashion Week.

loves to cook and hates shopping.

I’ve always grown up with a That sounds like you would’ve

highly driven and motivated had an interesting upbringing,

mum doing amazing events. what was life like growing up?

I had an amazing life growing

up on a farm. We spent summers

in the Sounds at our family bach

and in the winter I was always up

at Mt Olympus.

Spending time on the snow was

a big part of my life. I learnt to

ski there at three-years-old and

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I actually did my minor

at art school in snowboard

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up the mountain every week

and justify it. I’ve been really

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Zealand. It makes me who I am

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Were you ever keen to get into

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in the industry?

Fashion isn’t something I’ve

felt a huge desire to get into, I

chose to pursue art which isn’t

highly lucrative but I’m working

on it. I used to model when I was

15 through to about 20 – but it

wasn’t serious at all.

I was just learning to

snowboard when I got the biggest

bruise on my hip. Soon after

that happened I had to fly up to

Auckland for my first advertising

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give way to creating art

It was a big deal and I turned

up all bruised expecting them to

say: ‘Who is this chick from the

boonies? What’s she doing?’

Christine Webster shot the

campaign and I idolised her as

a photographer and here was

me this little rookie snowboard

model chick. I was mortified. That

exemplifies my non-attachment

to the fashion industry.

I did draw on my photography

skills though and I was the official

photographer for New Zealand

Fashion Week when I moved back

to the country.

What was school like?

I went to Hororata Primary

then Selwyn House before

going to boarding school at St

Margaret’s College.

After high school I went to

Christchurch Polytechnic where I

did a degree in craft design.

I actually failed university

entrance for art so I couldn’t get

into art school on my marks.

So I took the year off and

snowboarded every day and

painted at night and filled up

work books so I could get myself

in. I then did my post graduate

at Elam School of Fine Arts

majoring in sculpture.

What did you do after

studying?

I had been institutionalised my

ENTHUSIASTIC: Anneke Stewart on the slopes with her

four-year-old daughter Phoenix.

whole life so I decided to move

overseas where I spent 10 years.

What was it like living

overseas?

I tried to get art-related jobs

but they wouldn’t recognise my

degree there. While I was there I

got very good at graffiti.

My partner of the time was

an aerosol artist so I went out to

do public walls with him quite

often. I was part of a paint jam in

Brighton with about 150 graffiti

artists from all around Europe

and I was one of three girls. They

were watching me paint and

asked me how long I’ve been

doing it . . . it was probably about

my fifth ever piece and they were

really impressed.

After living in the UK I moved

to Morzine, France and I got a job

as a photographer. The first gig

was at the Arctic Circle up the top

of Sweden to an event called The

Battle which is legendary in the

snowboarding world. I ended up

meeting a pro rider from Sweden

and we ended up dating for four

years.

SUNSET: Mandala light box created from an original photo

taken near Shag Rock after the February 22, 2011, earthquake.

Why did you make the move

back to New Zealand?

After the Sweden saga I

came home. I became unwell

and developed really bad

endometriosis.

I was close to being booked in

to get surgery but I wanted time

to get my body strong so I moved

to Wanaka. Being a Reiki master

I was aware that what was going

on could be fixed holistically. I

worked with a natural healer and

nutritionist for a year and I got

rid of it completely without any

surgery.

You got engaged earlier this

year, how did you meet you

partner?

When I moved to Wanaka I

met my partner Anthony who’s a

builder. We lived in Wanaka for a

couple of years before moving to

Leeston, then to the high country

and now we’re in Sumner. We

have two kids together – Phoenix

who’s four and Knox who is twoand-a-half.

After the endometriosis I was

told I wouldn’t be able to conceive

children easily so my children are

miracles. He’s from the Taranaki

so he’s a North Island boy but

I managed to move him down

here because I’m a hardcore

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

Continued expansion at The Tannery

LIMELIGHT: Alice’s Deluxe

Theatre opened at The

Tannery two months ago.

• By Annabelle Dick

THE TANNERY is undergoing

a transformation introducing

a number of new retailers and

services to the complex.

While only $2 million has been

spent on additions, the precinct is

now home to a cinema and more

fashion outlets.

Tannery owner

Alasdair Cassels (right)

said there’s developments

either side of the atrium.

“Alice’s Deluxe Theatre

just opened two months

ago and there’s more

shops down the other

end,” Mr Cassels said.

A high-tech

200 sq m conference

room will open next week

specialising as a multi-function

event room.

Raw Nova will introduce a

menswear shop, Auckland-based

brand Nature Baby will move onto

the premises and Teepee will open a

new branch specialising in soap.

The new stores will take The

Tannery’s business count to 63

with still more work to go at the

complex.

“The south side is still being

developed and we’re talking to

a couple of different parties. I’d

like to see an art gallery there but

that may or may not happen,” Mr

Cassels said.

In spite of its Woolston location

he said being in the suburbs hasn’t

affected his business negatively.

“The south is actually quite a

large part of Christchurch with a

different culture than the rest of the

city,” he said.

The $20 million

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Mr Cassels believes

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Compared to other centres around

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FALCONS SWOOP: Two junior Ferrymead Bays sides went head

to head on Saturday at Redcliffs Park on a day that registered

just 10 deg C as its high. In the 10th grade competition, the

Ferrymead Falcons took on the Tigers in a game that ended 3-0

to the Falcons. Falcons players Oscar Goodwin, Angus Mangin

and Reuben Cawood got their names on the score sheet. The

Tigers’ player of the day was Josh Carson and the Falcons’ was

Oscar Goodwin.

DOUBLE CELEBRATIONS: Sumner and Canterbury outside back

Marshall Suckling (left) pictured with former Canterbury first

five-eighths Tom Taylor after last season’s ITM Cup win over

Auckland. Suckling will be celebrating doubly, today is his 27th

birthday and he was named in the 41-man Canterbury ITM Cup

squad last week. Suckling was one of three Sumner players to

be selected for the Canterbury squad. Winger Nathan Earle, and

outside back Poasa Waqanibau also made the cut.

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

competition. ​

Rugby stars punch above weight

• By Annabelle Dick

OUR LADY Star of the Sea’s

year 5/6 and year 7/8 boys

rugby teams won the south-east

zone rugby tournament which

incorporated a number of

schools.

The year 5/6 team went

through the tournament undefeated

beating Sumner School in

the final 15-5.

The year 7/8 team lost one

game to Sumner in the pool

rounds but bet them in the final

15-10.

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The school only has 10 boys

in each year group which meant

they all played without having

any reserves on hand and many

of the boys don’t usually play

rugby.

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school of 66 students has won

both boys rugby competitions

at the same tournament in the

same year.

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John Kane is stoked with

the accolade.

“We always do well against

the bigger schools and continue

to punch well above our weight.

Sport plays a massive part in

our school curriculum and our

school community,” he said.

Both teams will now represent

the south-east zone at the

Canterbury championships on

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EQC UPDATE KEEPING YOU INFORMED | AUGUST 2016

The changing shape of EQC

The Earthquake Commission’s work in

Canterbury is entering a new phase as

it settles the final earthquake claims for

the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, says

EQC Chief Executive, Ian Simpson.

“Over the past few months we’ve been

looking closely at what remains to be

done and we will be carefully matching

the workforce to the work that still needs

completing.

As part of this, EQC has developed a

proposal on how EQC will be organised in

2017 to implement its work in Canterbury,

while continuing its national work.”

EQC began consultation with its staff

this week on a proposed smaller structure

for 2017.

“As we make changes over the next few

months, one thing isn’t changing: we will

retain a presence in Canterbury until we

have met our obligations to our customers.

The proposal is for an organisation with

383 positions from January 2017,” Mr

Simpson said.

The proposals for the new structure impact

the 868 EQC people on fixed term

employment agreements to December

2016 or on contracts for service.

Mr Simpson says the reduction in staff

numbers had been signalled to staff earlier

this year, with more detail given

at EQC staff update sessions in July.

He was grateful for the professionalism

of EQC staff; continuing to achieve key

milestones for Canterbury customers

during a time of change and personal

challenge.

By the end of the year, EQC’s target

is to have:

• completed all of the approximately

67,900 managed home repairs.

• settled all of the approximately 99,000

residential building claims scheduled for

first-time cash settlements.

• settled all of the more than 187,000

contents claims.

• settled green zone land claims for about

73,000 properties.

• resolved 75% of the remedial requests

we had on our books as at 30 June 2016

• cash settled 90% of the 3,118 drainage

claims we had received by 30 June

2016.

• cash settled the 13,985 damage claims

received following the series of quakes

in Canterbury between February and

June 2016.

Mr Simpson says that what remains to be

done in 2017,is to continue resolving

remedial requests on properties where

EQC has managed a repair, and continue

resolving drainage enquiries.

“The level of work left is of a much smaller

scale than the Canterbury Home Repair

Programme was designed for. We need

a smaller, fit-for-purpose approach to finish

the work,” Mr Simpson said.

“By 2017 we will have a new approach for

handling the remaining work, including

remedial requests. We’re working on the

details of this now, including talking to

Fletcher EQR. We hope we will have a

clearer picture around September,”

Mr Simpson said.

As at 31 July 2016:

• there were 238 substantive repairs left,

which we aim to have resolved by the

end of the year.

• there were 335 secondary repairs (such

as garages and chimneys) to do.

There is also a range of administrative and

financial tasks to be completed.

“I know it has not been an easy journey for

some EQC Canterbury customers. We

didn’t get everything right. I’m the first to

admit that. But EQC has worked hard to

learn from its mistakes and improve how

we work not just for Canterbury, but for all

New Zealand,” Mr Simpson said.

Outside of Canterbury, EQC needs to be

ready to respond to any future event and

continues negotiating and managing

natural disaster reinsurance for the country.

EQC will also continue settling the 5,000

to 8,000 natural disaster claims it receives

on average every year, funding research to

a tune of about $16 million annually, and

educating the public about natural hazards

and how to mitigate these.

Remedial requests

EQC has streamlined its process for handling new

remedial requests from customers received from

1 August, 2016.

EQC Chief Executive, Ian Simpson, says the new process

aims for faster resolution with customers having the

opportunity to provide information upfront and state their

preference for a cash settlement or a managed repair

where remedial work is required.

The changes have been introduced after positive

customer feedback on the process used to manage claims

from the February 2016 earthquake, where customers had

the opportunity to submit more information upfront to

enable quicker turnaround.

Many customers going through the February 2016 claims

management process are positive or very positive about

their experience. EQC is now using this approach for new

remedial requests, and customers will be asked to send in

information such as photographs and builders’ quotes.

Although cash settlement will provide a quicker

resolution, it may not suit everyone, Mr Simpson says.

“So if a customer prefers that a contractor do the work,

then EQC will arrange for that to happen. But EQC’s

Community Contact Team and independent customer

advocate groups will be available to support any cashsettled

customers who aren’t confident in sourcing their

own contractors,” he says.

Of the 5,720 open remedial requests, EQC has identified

approximately 1,500 properties that cannot be resolved

through a managed repair before 2017. The new process,

while largely designed for new remedial requests, will be

available to these customers and EQC will be making

contact with them from late August to ask if they prefer a

cash settlement or managed repair during 2017.

Customers wanting to discuss remedial requests can

contact EQC by phone 0800 DAMAGE (326 243) or email

info@eqc.govt.nz

Drainage

As at June 30 2016, EQC had 3,118 drainage damage

enquiries to be resolved. To ensure timely settlement of

these claims, EQC has introduced a panel of licenced

drain layers to identify earthquake damage.

On settlement, customers get a detailed assessment of

the earthquake damage, a documented repair strategy,

and the costing for the repair. EQC expects to resolve

90% of the drainage claims, lodged by 30 June, in 2016.

EQC is concentrating on resolving as many drainage

claims as possible that were received by June, this year.

The claims received after that date will be resolved

next year.

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


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Wednesday August 17 2016

News

One man and his 1000 dreams

• By Roy Sinclair

NEIL ANDREWS leads the

way down precarious steps to a

seemingly underground room.

He flicks on a light switch.

I am wowed by a high viaduct

spanning a realistic gorge. My

eyes are led to tall forests, tree

ferns galore and a painted backdrop

depicting a stormy sky.

“This is what I do,” he says.

“It is not what I do in my spare

time.

“I mow the lawns in my spare

time.”

The room was purpose-built

for the 9mm (scale 9mm to the

foot) layout representative of a

one-time railway in Northland.

In his garage he is working on

a second, portable, layout. This is

a narrow-gauge railway based on

French townscapes.

Model railways is an interest

he could not be without.

“When I met my partner,

Helen, I told her it is me and my

trains. They are inseparable.

“She accepted that which was

great.”

He describes railway modelling

“as a thousand dreams

held together by a hundred

unfinished jobs. In other words,

a degree of chaos.”

“Part of the fascination is

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

Northland. ​

delving into history to discover

how it all would have looked like

early last century,” Mr Andrews

said.

He always liked to do things

with his hands. He enjoyed art

at school – and building things.

Even when he had clockwork

railways he was always cutting

up cardboard boxes to make

buildings.

He recalls scoring designs on

pieces of wood to make boats.

Railways became another part

of it.

Getting into more serious railway

modelling during the late

1950s, there was not much stuff

available and if it was he didn’t

have the money.

If he wanted it he made it.

“My mother used to take me to

the railway station. I remember

being in my pushchair watching

the Lyttelton trains come and

go.

“Then at primary school I was

quite capable of making an Ecclass

electric locomotive with the

distinctive air compressor tanks

across the front. Everyone could

recognise it.”

Later, any new gadget at his

Canterbury University laboratory

would be first examined to

how it would be useful on the

model railway.

“Then we would work out how

it was intended to be used.”

His workplace became known

as “the model train laboratory.”

That’s what people who visited

talked about.

He travelled to model railroad

conventions in the United States,

becoming a member of the

R.G.S. East Hon3 club.

He visited huge model railway

shows in Cologne and Miniature

Wonderland in Hamburg.

“In Germany a model railway

is like a dishwasher. Everyone

has to have one. And most offerings

are German-made. They are

excellent.

“On one European trip Helen

and I were forced off the road by

Tour de France officials.

“We had to divert into a backwater

countryside.


Wednesday August 17 2016

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in miniature

BUILDING: A train layout under construction and a G-scale

layout at last year’s Christchurch Model Train Show.

“There we found towns of

beautiful buildings with terracotta

roofs. We had discovered

the romance of the French countryside.

“Anything French is different.

If you see a French car you know

it is French because it looks nothing

like anything else. It is the

same with railways.

“Their narrow gauge railways

were basically portable. They

could be picked up and laid

beside a road.

“That really intrigued me. Narrow

gauge secondary lines were

introduced to boost the network

of French railways.’’

The unplanned detour instigated

his French narrow gauge layout.

“One develops a modeller’s

mind.

“A modeller will typically think

how it would look in miniature?”

He talks about Hamburg’s

mind-boggling Miniature Wonderland.

“It’s absolutely intriguing. It’s

a huge collection that is pushing

the boundaries of technology and

inspiring manufacturers to pick

up on it with new products.”

“The model aircraft must

represent the peak of model

building.’’

“The model trains have been

running for so long the track is

wearing out.”

The closest we have in

Christchurch is the annual big

model train Show, this year being

held over the weekend of October

1 and 2.

The venue is Pioneer Stadium

in Lyttelton St, Spreydon. It is the

show’s 25th anniversary so promises

to be special.

Mr Andrews was an instigator

of the event, starting a model

train show at Hagley Community

College and then expanding to

the Horticultural Society hall.

Then, the Christchurch Model

Railway Exhibition Society was

formed and took over. Its growth

took it to Pioneer Stadium where

it has been ever since. At its peak

the show attracted 10,000 people

over the two days.

“It’s about its optimum size.

“Considering our modest

Christchurch population we do a

pretty good job,” he said.

This year’s show will help those

wanting to get into the hobby.

“We will have beginners’ train

sets and heaps of demonstrations.

Find out the best models to buy

and learn how to make things.

“Technology will be to the

fore. This is enhancing the hobby

and drawing younger people in.

They can operate a railway from

a PC or mobile phone, utilising

wi-fi and DCC (digital control

systems).”

He says model railway people

are an enthusiastic bunch. They

will do their utmost to share

what they know.

Andrews will be on the demonstrations

desk. It is likely he will

let slip how to disguise a lot of

money spent on the hobby within

the weekly household bills.

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Bridal Show

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FUTURE BRIDES will have the

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With This Ring Bridal Show.

The show will take place at the

Air Force Museum of

New Zealand, Wigram, on

August 28.

Guests will have the chance

to go in the draw to win a

To Cherish Bridal Boutique

wedding gown of their choice up

to the value of $3895.

To Cherish owner Alison van

Lent said the winner could pick

any gown in the store, as its most

expensive one was $3895.

She said it would make

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“It’s one of the more expensive

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The winner would get to

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of their choice, she said.

To Cherish will have a stall at

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Its new store on Barrington

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show, Mrs van Lent said.

This year’s show will have

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lunch will be provided. It will be

open to anyone over the age of 16

who would benefit. There will be

a limited number of spaces, but

those interested can call 741 1410

or Caine Tauwhare on 027 352

2288.

Whakaraupo Carving Centre,

Lyttelton

Images End

August 5-September 4

Mark Soltero’s Images End

exhibition brings together a

collection of work from what

Soltero refers to as the Back

Catalogue. These works form

a reflection on the nature of

images in a networked world.

The materials and processes –

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on hessian or paper – reflect

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from an intellectual imagination,

but are driven by an emotional

need to create. He is compelled to

paint.

50 Works Gallery, 50 London

Street, Lyttelton

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-11am

Head along to Lyttelton Library

for Knit ‘n’ Yarn. Bring your

knitting, crochet or other portable

craft project and enjoy time with

other crafters.

Temporary Lyttelton Library

at Trinity Hall, free, beginners

welcome

Health and Wellness Expo

Saturday, August 13, 10am-2pm

Come along for some

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how you can de-stress your body,

enjoy some pampering and treat

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There will be reiki, massage, hot

stones, essential oils, psychics and

readers, healthy and indulgent

treats, spiritual art, jewellery

and much more. Entry is a koha

donation to Lyttelton Community

House. If you would like a

space to exhibit or require more

information, phone Dawn Cowan

on 021 560 586

Lyttelton Arts Factory, 34

Oxford St, Lyttelton

Baby Times

Friday, August 19, 10.30-11am

During each session there

is a variety of stories, songs,

rhymes, finger-plays and other

book-related activities. The

programmes are especially

suitable for under two-year-olds.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

Trinity Hall, free

Lyttelton Arts Factory Quiz

Saturday, August 20, 7.30-

9.30pm

Led by LAF Quizmaster Joe

Bennett, the LAF performers

will keep you entertained even

if you aren’t winning. Book in

advance as there’s only 25 spots

available. The proceeds raised

will go towards Lyttelton Primary

School’s year 8 camp. The aim

is to enable all students the

opportunity to take part in the

camp later in the year. Team entry

(4-6 people) $90.

Lyttelton Arts Factory, 34

Oxford St, Lyttelton

A Game of Lies

Sunday, August 21, 7.30-9.30pm

Come and join a live game

show-style night of hilarity as

two teams engage in a battle of

truth, lies and poker faces. Will

you be able to weed out the liar

from the truth teller? The show

is proof that sometimes the truth

is stranger than fiction. Try and

guess truth or fiction. Tickets cost

$20.

Lyttelton Arts Factory, 34

Oxford St, Lyttelton

Story-times/Wā Kōrero

Tuesday, August 23, 11-11.30am

A programme for pre-schoolaged

children which includes

stories, music, movement and

rhymes. Kōrero pukapuka, pūoru,

korikori.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

Trinity Hall, free

Maori Carving Course

Starting soon

Lyttelton’s Whakaraupo

Carving Centre is running the

Tane tu Tane Ora course, which is

designed to help men find a new

passion and sense of belonging

and identity through carving. It is

free and will start as soon as the

course is filled. It will run three

days a week – Monday, Tuesday

and Wednesday, from 10am-3pm

– until the end of the year. A free

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market

The market has temporarily

moved to the western end of

McCormacks Bay Reserve.

Intersection of McCormacks Bay

and Main Rds. Every Saturday,

9.30am-12.30pm

Lyttelton Farmers Market

Every Saturday, 10am-1pm,

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

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A beautiful smile makes all the difference when you first

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Colombo Street, Sydenham, where ample

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to make sure your wedding photographs do you justice. As a

special gift to brides and grooms, Smile Concepts will create a

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Their generosity doesn’t stop with their customers. Smile

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supporting initiatives such as Child Safety Awareness

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To find out about their full range of services, visit their

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Moncks Bay has always been considered

Blue Chip real estate holding a special

appeal to families due to the exceptional

lifestyle on offer; enjoying easy access to

beaches and boating facilities plus the local

shops and cafes in Redcliffs village.

A tremendous opportunity awaits

developers, tradesmen and land bankers

as the property is deemed repairable by

the insurers and owners and has current

insurance although is being sold on an as is

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Discreetly set down a private lane, this

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and you would become part of a

friendly and welcoming community.

The home features 3 double bedrooms,

flowing bright and airy living spaces with

superb indoor/outdoor, family bathroom

and internal access double garaging. For

your summer entertaining the French

doors lead from the lounge out to the sun

soaked patio area and manicured gardens.

Spend your summer months on the

beach across the road on the small beach

where you can swim, launch your kayak

or jet-ski or take a gentle evening stroll to

Sumner and enjoy the bars and restaurants.

Whatever your choice it is all within your

reach here.

It was a tough decision to make but

the owners are now committed to saying

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if not sold prior, so call today and register

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Wednesday August 17 2016

YOUR LOCAL TRADES & PROfESSiOnAL

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Susie is from London and arrived in NZ

18 years ago. She has lived and worked in

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children attending Redcliffs School, Susie

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Her day is varied, as she offers a wide

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Ph 384 6960 Cell 021 211 7988.

3a Challenger Lane, Redcliffs,

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email: beautyat3a@xtra.co.nz

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