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Legal action possibility

over coastal hazards report

• By Annabelle Dick

LEGAL ACTION has been

threatened by homeowners if

coastal hazard information isn’t

removed from their property

reports.

Christchurch Coastal Residents

United is calling for urgent action

from the city council to update

the Coastal Hazard Assessment

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report after experts discovered

more scientific work needed to

be done.

The original Tonkin & Taylor

report found a number of houses

in the area are at risk of coastal

erosion and flooding and that

information has gone on affected

homeowner’s Land Information

Memorandum reports.

LIMs contain all the information

a council holds on a

property and the hazard report

has devalued many homes in the

coastal area.

“There are people struggling to

sell their house, people are struggling

to get mortgages to buy

houses and people are struggling

to get insurance because companies

are following the advice

of the city council and the Land

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Information Memorandum. It’s

effecting people’s livelihoods,” he

said.

“We don’t want to have to

move to a situation where we

consider legal action but it may

be a real possibility unless the

CEO comes back with something

more palatable.”

The review panel want the city

council to remove the information

and undertake more scientific

research because the maps

identifying at-risk properties

could be legally unsound.

Christchurch Coastal Residents

United spokesman Darrell

Latham said the city council

needs to listen to the recommendations

and look at coastal

hazards further.

•Turn to page 4

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Wednesday August 31 2016

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FROM

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EDITOR’S

DESK News....................... 3-10 & 15

ALL POWER to the Christchurch

Coastal Residents United group in

their bid to erase coastal flooding

and erosion information from

property records (see page 1).

The city council will announce

in a couple of weeks what it

will do over the tricky position

thousands of homeowners now

face.

Scientific experts from GHD

Consultants found a number

of errors in the report and have

made a recommendation to the

city council to have it updated

urgently.

The experts say the maps used

to identify at risk properties could

be legally unsound and should be

put to one side until new ones are

completed.

That’s good news in the short

to medium term for homeowners

– you simply don’t want this

information on your LIM report.

– Barry Clarke

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Local Views...................12

Sport..........................................14

Schools............................ 17

Community Events......18

Health & Beauty......... 21

Real Estate...........................22

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Wednesday August 31 2016

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Candidates: Send in your bios

BAY HARBOUR

In Brief

PAGE 3

IN THE lead-up to the local

body elections, candidates for

city council and community

boards are invited to send a

100-word profile and photo of

themselves to the Bay Harbour

News by September 5 for

publication the following week.

From September 16,

voting documents will be

sent out in the mail to elect

city councillors, mayor and

community board members.

•Email shelley.robinson@

starmedia.kiwi

Elections 16

Kindergarten’s uncertain future

A city council mistake

means that Kidsfirst

will have to resubmit

their resource consent

application to operate

a kindergarten in

McCormacks Bay Rd

• By Annabelle Dick

COMMISSIONER Justine

Ashley declined the

application under the Resource

Management Act as the city

council should have publicly

notified all affected residents

about the application but did

not.

A property on McCormacks

Bay Rd was meant to have

been notified but they weren’t

initially seen as being affected

by the proposed centre.

NOT YET: Resource consent has not been granted for a new

kindergarten on a McCormacks Bay Rd reserve.

The commissioner said the

resource consent was declined

purely due to the notification

process and not on the proposal

itself.

“I appreciate this outcome is

frustrating for the applicant as I

am unable to consider the overall

merits of the proposal. This

decision should not be interpreted

as any indication of my

substantive view on whether

consent should be otherwise

granted,” she said.

Kidsfirst applied for a consent

to operate a kindergarten for

up to 50 children at the McCormacks

Bay Recreation Reserve

next to the community centre.

Kidsfirst chief executive

Sherryll Wilson said they’re

planning to fight the decision

to get their centre back in Mt

Pleasant.

“Kidsfirst is committed

to continuing the process of

gaining the necessary consents

for the establishment of a new

kindergarten on an existing

site,” she said.

The organisation wanted to

introduce a larger kindergarten

after the Mt Pleasant centre was

damaged in the earthquakes.

Kidsfirst has reapplied for

resource consent and a hearing

has been set for October.

DESIGN EXPERTISE WANTED

The Lyttelton-Mt Herbert

Community Board is looking

for design professionals and

community representatives

to volunteer for the Lyttelton

Design Review Panel. The board

wants members to bring their

design expertise and have a good

knowledge and understanding of

Lyttelton’s design and development.

The panel will have an advisory

role and will consider the design of

developments in the area.

CONTAINERS REMOVED

Shipping containers at Moa

Bone Point and Clifton Tce are

disappearing as work is progressing

along quake-damaged sites.

Containers were removed from Moa

Bone Point on Monday and Tuesday

night and a third of the containers

at Clifton Tce will be removed

tonight after they were placed there

to protect road users from rockfall.

Work has been completed at Moa

Bone Point to a stage where the

containers are no longer needed and

progress at Clifton Tce means one

third of the containers could go.

ONE LANE ON EVANS PASS RD

Evans Pass Rd above Sumner is down

to one lane while a retaining wall is

being built. Traffic lights have been

installed to maintain two-way traffic

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Wednesday August 31 2016

News

Coastal

hazards

report

•From page 1

“The report is flawed, and the

panel confirmed that it’s flawed

too and needs substantive work

in order to fit its purpose,” he

said.

The city council is now considering

its next move and will

release plans in the next month

on how it will address the problematic

report.

The report focused on areas of

urban development and assessed

Brooklands, Avon-Heathcote

Estuary, Sumner and Taylor’s

Mistake, Waimairi Beach to

Southshore, Duvauchelle,

Takamatua, Akaroa, Wainui,

Charteris Bay, Teddington, Allandale

and Purau.

The panel recommended the

city council work with Environment

Canterbury on coastal hazards

and continue engagement

with residents.

City council general manager

strategy and transformation

Brendan Anstiss said the additional

scientific work was expected

to be completed by early

next year.

Dogs popular in Lyttelton

• By Annabelle Dick and Fraser

Walker-Pearce

LYTTELTON IS the most

popular area for dogs in the Bay

Harbour News area according to

new city council statistics.

Data released by the city

council on the number of dogs

in the city and their locations,

shows that Lyttelton, Sumner

and Heathcote are the three most

popular areas.

Meanwhile, St Albans (1452),

Spreydon (1114) and Belfast (975)

are the top three most popular

suburbs for dog owners in the

whole city.

The Banks Peninsula and the

bay area boast a total of 2849

dogs, which equates to just over

11 per cent of the 31,859 registered

dogs in the city.

Statistics show labradors are

by far the most popular breed

with 4686 in the city, second goes

to staffordshire bull terriers at

2660, and close behind in third is

bichon frise on 2408.

The total number of dogs in

the city as of August 16 is 31,859

dogs, which includes all registered

dogs in the city, as well as

some that have been registered

previously, but are yet to be registered

for this year.

About a quarter of dogs in the

NUMBER ONE: Labradors are the most popular pooch in the city with more than 4500

registered in Christchurch.

city live in north-western suburbs

homes, and the eastern suburbs

are not far behind. Together

the two groups of owners make

up half of the city’s registered

dogs.

About 19 per cent live in southeastern

households, 17 per cent

in south-western suburbs, and

the other 13 to 14 per cent live

elsewhere around the city.

Bay Harbour News dog numbers by location

Akaroa, 182; Balmoral Hall, 20; Birdlings Flat, 36; Clifton,

79; Diamond Harbour, 247; Duvauchelle, 77; Ferrymead,

3; Governors Bay, 161; Heathcote, 258; Le Bons Bay,

40; Little River, 217; Lyttelton, 384; McCormacks Bay,

78; Moncks Spur, 81; Moncks Bay, 54; Mt Pleasant, 165;

Okains Bay, 69; Pigeon Bay, 43; Port Levy, 43; Redcliffs,

127; Richmond Hill, 25; Scarborough, 84; St Andrews Hill,

85; Sumner, 291.

nina COOk

Nina Cook was born in Whakatane

in 1967. She was educated

in Wanganui and then at

Christchurch Polytechnic School

of Art and Design where she

received a Bachelor of Design.

In 2007 Nina established the

studio from which she currently

works. Nina’s work is held in

private collections in New Zealand

and overseas.

Frame OF mind

For this exhibition, I am exploring

issues of societal bias through a

personal lens.

The effect of proselytized overly

fixed viewpoints on political,

religious, racial, gender and

environmental issues is alarming.

When this alarm is combined with

the information bias that occurs in

this curated information age, our

dual desires to belong and control

are kicked into overdrive.

I am not immune to this, but

am also shocked at the lack of

empathy or comprehension of

‘other’ that some people exhibit.

This body of work is my way of

trying to understand.

Though many (including

myself) try to be independent,

compassionate, open-minded

and critical in our thinking, we

cannot avoid being influenced.

Not only by our own experience

and state of mind, but also by

broader cultural, societal, and

scientific relevancies. And this is

always changing.

Art a fantastic way of exploring

issues because it combines both

intellectual and intuitive practices.

The frame is overt, pedantic. As

in a museum display, it provides

a curated context, which is only

ever part of the story.The content

captures personal situations and

impressions – things I have felt,

seen and imagined.

Whilst painting, I have been

deliberately mindful of my thought

process. I asked myself; What is

the true impetus for this work?

What narrative is cycling/growing

in my mind?

How is this effecting my choices?

At what point/s does my ‘frame

of mind’ become ‘confirmation

bias’? To what degree is bias

necessary? When does it become

a liability?

I didn’t discover any big answers,

just personal ones – but every bit

helps.

Some clues are reflected in the

work titles, much more in the

works themselves as physical

Nostalgia

Release

manifestations of my frame of

mind.

Most importantly, I am inviting

the viewer to reflect upon their

own frame of mind or state of bias

whilst investigating mine.

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Whaka inaka - ‘causing Whitebait’

by Shelley mcmurtrie

Shelley is the principal scientist at EOS

Ecology and project lead for Whaka Inaka. In

the largest initiative of its kind, Whaka Inaka

installed 204 bales as spawning habitat for

inaka/inanga along 3 km of riverbank in the

Heathcote/Opawho, Steamwharf Stream,

and Lake Kate Sheppard in January 2016.

With the involvement of local community, iwi

and schools they monitored the bales during

the spawning season to count the eggs and

check on pest activity. The programme was

a success with the bales supporting eggs

in areas where spawning was otherwise

not occurring, and the community learning

about their natural environment in their

back yard.

Whaka Inaka is a collaboration between

EOS Ecology, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, and

University of Canterbury (MERG, Resilient

Shorelines).

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Wednesday August 31 2016

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 5

Harbour health plan

• By Annabelle Dick

A NEW initiative to restore

and protect Lyttelton Harbour’s

health was launched by five key

organisations last Tuesday.

The Whakaraupo/Lyttelton

Harbour Catchment Management

Plan has been created to

look after the harbour’s health

and major players signed a

memorandum of understanding

to signify the project’s

beginning.

Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, Te

Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu,

Environment Canterbury, the

city council and the Lyttelton

Port Company will join forces

to create an action plan to

manage and restore the

harbour.

Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

Kaiwhakahaere Tā Mark Solomon

said managing the harbour

needed to move beyond

words and into action.

“For me, the focus needs to

be on actions more than words.

We need to restore the harbour

as a source of mahinga kai for

future generations,” he said.

“The future of Whakaraupō

is tied to how well we can work

together on this project. It is up

to us to secure the wellbeing of

ON BOARD: Lyttelton Port Company chief executive Peter Davie, Te Ao Tūroa general

manager Kara Edwards (representing Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu), Environment Canterbury

commissioner Elizabeth Cunningham, Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke (Rāpaki) chairperson June

Swindells and city councillor Andrew Turner signed a memorandum of understanding at

Rapaki Marae.

the harbour.”

Sedimentation in the upper

harbour has increased since

human settlement and the

harbour’s health has declined

ever since. Experts will carry

out erosion assessment and

landscape characterisation will

look at surface water quality,

quantity and ecosystem health,

and mahinga kai and cultural

values. Representatives from

the key organisations will take

the information gained and

existing research to implement

projects in the basin.

The group will hold community

workshops to share

ideas within the action plan.

The workshops will begin

in September and be held in

Governors Bay, Lyttelton and

Diamond Harbour.

•Lake Forsyth page 8

In Brief

MAIN RD WORKS

Work is underway to repair an

earthquake-damaged culvert on

Main Rd near Moncks Bay. Work

is expected to take three months

and traffic will be moving in both

directions.

FREEDOM CAMPING

The city council is asking for

public feedback on proposed

changes to the its freedom

camping bylaw. The amended

bylaw proposes to ban all nonself-contained

freedom camping

throughout the district but would

allow certified self-contained

camping without a time

restriction in rural zones. Public

feedback on the city council’s

proposal is being sought until

September 15, and a full review

of the bylaw is scheduled for next

year.

TUNNEL DELAYS

Maintenance work in Lyttelton

Tunnel will see traffic restrictions

tonight and tomorrow night.

The New Zealand Transport

Agency will undertake essential

work in the tunnel between

9pm and 3am on August 31

and September 1. The work will

restrict traffic flow and dangerous

goods won’t be permitted in the

tunnel. Normal traffic will be

restricted to one lane and delays

are expected.

Sara TEMPLETON

Councillor for Heathcote

Hi – I love where I live in Heathcote Valley at the

centre of our new ward. We have lived here almost

20 years and have been involved in many of the

community groups throughout the area.

Chairing the Hagley-Ferrymead Community

Board for the last three years has also given me

the governance experience and relationships

necessary to be an effective councillor best able

to represent our ward.

More next week...

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Lady McCombs passion remembered

• By Annabelle Dick

LADY CHRISTINA McCombs

has passed away just short of her

100th birthday.

Lady McCombs was a wellknown

figure for her contributions

to education and the southeast

community.

She died on August 13, more

than 100 people turned out to

her farewell on August 20.

Lady McCombs grew up on

Panorama Rd on the top of Clifton

Hill which is where she spent

most of her life.

In 1955, she married former

Lyttelton MP Sir Terence

McCombs and took in his four

children Elizabeth, David, Peter

and Patrick and gave birth

to their youngest child John.

Sir Terence was also the first

principal of Cashmere High

School.

Peter McCombs remembers

his mother as a passionate

woman.

“She was very caring and

interested on all sorts of levels

about the community and the

organisations in it. It was a

strong passion of hers,” said Mr

McCombs.

Lady McCombs was involved

with Sumner School, Cashmere

High School, joined in and supported

many local groups and

served on committees.

She was also a patron with

Plunket and worked with mothers

through branches in Redcliffs,

Heathcote, Ferrymead and

Woolston

When her husband took up a

position at the then brand-new

Cashmere High School in 1956,

LONG LEGACY:

From the early days

of spending time

with her favourite

house cow Peggy

to standing on the

New Zealand High

Commission balcony

in London, Lady

McCombs led a long

and interesting life.

she helped establish it, said Mr

McCombs.

“Together they shaped Cashmere

and in turn Cashmere

shaped them both. There was

considerable pride and satisfaction

in doing what he loved and

with Christina alongside him

in every step of the way – from

helping with the original colours

and the uniform, through to

helping dig the original swimming

pool,” he said.

Another moment Mr

McCombs recalls is when his

mother went to the United

Kingdom in 1974 to support her

husband as the appointed New

Zealand High Commissioner in

London.

The Queen, the Duke of

Edinburgh and other dignitaries

came to New Zealand House

in London to attend an official

dinner which featured whitebait.

“She found herself in the

position of having to roll up her

sleeves and help with cooking

and serving of the fresh whitebait.

The hired professional chefs

found themselves completely

mystified when 5kg of fresh

whitebait arrived having just

been flown in from New Zealand,”

he said.

“She also gave cooking lessons

on the radio. She was a competent

seamstress and a very good

knitter. Her jerseys and scarves

were very impressive, perhaps

again reflecting the heritage that

her parents had brought from the

Shetland Islands,” Mr McCombs

said.

Lady McCombs hailed from

the Shetland Islands, in Scotland,

and was the only child of Gilbert

and Margaret Tulloch.

She attended Christchurch

Girls’ High School before she

trained in home science and

taught at the then Christchurch

Technical College.

In the final years of her life she

moved into an apartment within

the Ilam Life Care facility in Riccarton.

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Kiwi rock stars for concert

• By Tom Doudney

NEW ZEALAND rock royalty

Mi-Sex and Dragon are set to

headline a concert in Lincoln in

March which could pull in up to

10,000 people.

The line up for the Live in

Lincoln Selwyn Sounds concert

at Lincoln Domain will also

feature the Jordan Luck Band,

Sharon O’Neill, Annie Crummer,

Margaret Urlich, Debbie

Harwood and former Opshop

frontman Jason Kerrison, as well

as other local bands, including

from Lincoln High School. And

it’s hoped the event will not be

just a one off.

Local events company 3 Coins

Gentlemen, which is staging

it with sponsorship from the

Flemington subdivision, aims to

hold the concert in Lincoln on

an annual basis.

Event organiser David Parlane

said he was pleased to have

assembled such an outstanding

line up for the first event.

“We all remember what we

were doing when these artists

first came into the music scene

in New Zealand, and to have

them perform all these years

later with new material as well as

LIVE: The Jordan Luck Band will join Mi Sex and Dragon

(right) for a concert in Lincoln.

old is an honour for the town,”

he said.

“We were just getting sick and

tired of all of the big things that

were happening in [Christchurch]

and we’re only 22km away

with some great facilities so

we just thought ‘why not?’” Mr

Parlane said.

Mi-Sex, best known for their

1979 single Computer Games,

recently reformed and are about

to release their new album Not

From Here.

Dragon’s signature song, April

Sun in Cuba, remains a Kiwi

classic.

Mr Parlane said the timing

of the Mi-Sex comeback made

them an ideal headliner and it

had just been a matter of finding

other artists that would fit the

same bill.

“Dragon has got hit after hit,”

he said.

“Everything just nicely fits

with the music era that we want

down in the domain.”

Mr Parlane said the concert

would be a family-friendly

event, running from 11.30am

to 8.30pm with a professional

security company and a base

of volunteers involved. Noise

mitigation measures would

limit the impact on the Lincoln

community, with the stage

facing towards the Southern

Alps so that sound would be

directed away from the town.

Lincoln High School’s

grounds will be used for car

parking and the school will benefit

financially from the event

with students collecting money

for parking.

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Truck loads

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in tunnel

• By Annabelle Dick

TRUCK DRIVERS travelling

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need to cover loose loads from

tomorrow when a new bylaw

comes into place.

The New Zealand Transport

Agency bylaw was created in an

effort to reduce the amount of

material polluting the tunnel.

The bylaw comes as the

amount of dirt has increased significantly

following the February

22, 2011 earthquake.

Up to 8000kg of dirt and dust

is cleaned out of the tunnel every

month, compared to 235kg a

month before 2011.

“Cleaning the tunnel has gone

from once a month to three times

a week,” said NZTA maintenance

contract manager Barry Stratton.

While commercial vehicles are

covered by the new bylaw, it does

not apply to private vehicles.

Trucks carrying fertiliser,

construction or demolition material,

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Wednesday August 31 2016

News

Life jackets make a difference

• BY GARY MANCH,

NAVIGATIONAL SAFETY OFFICER,

LYTTELTON

IN THE past fortnight there have

been two very serious events

reported in the media which

involved fishermen.

THe first incident was at the

mouth of the Waitaki River,

where it was reported that a

whitebaiter was swept out to

sea by a large wave. The man

had waders on, but he was also

wearing a life jacket. The man

survived his ordeal and was

rescued.

I know I harp on about boating

safety, but the whitebaiter’s

experience is a perfect example

of the extreme importance of

wearing a life jacket when in, or

on the water.

It saddens me when I think

about all the lives lost due to

people believing that they are

bulletproof. It scares me when

I hear people say: ‘That won’t

happen to me’.

THis message is for all of you

out there – if you see someone

who is going out on the water,

or is in an area where it is likely

they could come to harm; tell

them to wear a life jacket. It’s not

complicated, is it?

Here’s a powerful statistic to

help you persuade them – about

Pirate’s Corner

70 per cent of recreational

boating fatalities are likely to

have been prevented if life jackets

had been worn. Not wearing

life jackets is the single biggest

contributor to recreational

boating fatalities.

THe other serious event

involved a couple of young men

who went out to sea in their boat

in New Plymouth.

It was reported that an incident

occurred with the boat and as a

result, the men ended up in the

water. It’s alleged that a decision

was made to swim to shore and

that only one of the men was

wearing a life jacket; yet it is

believed that spare life jackets

were on board.

Only one of the men made it

to shore, the other is reported to

still be missing and has not been

found. Media reports suggest

that there was a weather warning

issued which notified of rough

sea conditions on the day that the

men headed out on the water.

Again, this tragic event

exemplifies the importance of

wearing a life jacket. Checking

the weather forecast before

heading out on the water is also

absolutely crucial. If reports are

unfavourable for boating, it’s best

to stay ashore.

My deepest sympathies go to

the family and friends of the man

who are now dealing with this

horrible situation

Lake quality scrutiny

• By Annabelle Dick

LAKE FORSYTH will have

stricter enforcement around

what can go into it as proposed

changes to the Wairewa/Lake

Forsyth catchment are accepted.

Environment Canterbury has

accepted the recommendations

of independent hearing

commissioners on plan changes

to the Canterbury Land & Water

Regional Plan.

Changes include reducing

the amount of sediment and

nutrients that get into the

lake, such as nitrogen and

phosphorus.

Ecan commissioner Peter

Skelton said nutrients play a big

part in the health of the lake.

“Phosphorus is a significant

factor in the frequent

cyanobacteria blooms that limit

use of the lake for recreation and

customary food gathering, and

can pose a health risk,” he said.

The lake’s quality came under

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Professor Skelton said this

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banks and riparian margins of

rivers and the lake are designed

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Wednesday August 31 2016

News

Healthy food key

ingredient at kitchen

• By Gabrielle Stuart

AT 57, Trevor Stacey went from

being a red-meat loving kiwi

bloke to going vegan, almost

overnight.

In December, he had a

quintuple bypass open heart

surgery,which means all five of

the major blood vessels leading

to his heart were blocked.

He either had to make a major

change to his diet, or face spending

the rest of his life in and out

of hospital, he said.

But although he was motivated,

knowing where to start

when almost every meal he knew

was based around meat was a

huge challenge.

His predicament was the push

his son, Cole Stacey, needed to

start his own healthy eating business,

Green Dinner Table.

He was working at the time as

a nurse, but had been thinking

for a while about going into business

with a friend, former Town

Tonic head chef Tom Riley, he

said.

“It has always been in the back

of my mind because I have got

an interest in health and wellbeing,

but really the thing that did

it for me was what happened to

my father, and then the birth of

my daughter. I thought if that’s

my future I want to do whatever

I can to prevent that happening,”

he said.

Green Dinner Table works as

a food box service, delivering

recipes and all the ingredients

and dressings needed for either

three or five healthy, plant-based

meals each week.

The two set up their commercial

kitchen at the British Hotel

in Lyttelton, which they have

been working for several months

to renovate.

Their goal was not to “turn

everyone in Christchurch vegan,”

Cole Stacey said, but to teach

people they could cook tasty and

filling meals without having to

rely on meat.

“That is what my mum said

when she started cooking some

of these recipes for my father: It

GONE

GREEN:

Trevor

Stacey’s

switch to a

vegan diet

after a heart

operation

inspired

former Town

Tonic head

chef Tom

Riley to start

his own

healthy food

business.

is undoing 50 years of learning,”

he said.

Although most of their customers

were friends and family

at the beginning, he said it had

grown fast and they now had

calls from new customers almost

every day.

Trevor Stacey said he still

wouldn’t call himself a vegan: He

still went out for a steak once a

month as a special treat.

But he said his cholesterol

levels were rated normal for the

first time in years, and he had

lost about 6kg since cutting meat

out of his diet.

And he said the meals were

surprisingly “meaty”.

“We had friends over for dinner

one night who knew we were

on a meat-free diet, so we had a

vegan shepherds pie. But he said

afterward when are we going to

have this meat-free dish? And I

said you’ve already eaten it.”

•More information on Green

Dinner Table can be found at

their website, www.greendinnertable.co.nz.

Little River

rower wins

gold at

world champs

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

LITTLE RIVER’S Jack Lopas

has struck gold at the Junior

Rowing World Championships

in the Netherlands.

Lopas, 17, and rowing partner

Lenny Jenkins, of Whakatane,

won gold in the double sculls A

final on the last night of the junior

championships on Monday

night New Zealand time.

The gold medals added to

five other medals won by New

Zealand representatives at

the combined junior, under

23 and senior World Rowing

Championships at the Willem-

Alexander Baan Rowing Course

in Rotterdam.

Lopas and Jenkins conquered

tough weather conditions in the

final race. The Kiwis were behind

Belarus and Germany, but

by the halfway point, Belarus

had dropped off, giving Lopas

and Jenkins the chance to surge

past.

They went on to overtake Germany

and clinch the gold medal

with a time of 6min 26.19sec.

Earlier in the year, Lopas won

the national under 19 double

sculls, under 18 double sculls,

and under 18 single sculls titles,

earning himself a trial to represent

New Zealand.

During his trial, Lopas set a

national record during a 2km

test, beating Olympic gold medallist

Hamish Bond’s time of

6.03sec by almost half a second.

GOLDEN MOMENT: Jack Lopas (left) and Whakatane’s Lenny

Jenkins clasp their gold medals which they won at the Junior

World Rowing Championships in the Netherlands.

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Wednesday August 31 2016

Your Local Views

Markets fill more than

a shopping need

Port Hills

Labour MP

Ruth Dyson

talks about the

importance

of farmers’

markets

The establishment and spread

of farmers’ markets in New

Zealand has been a great addition

to our landscape.

The chance to buy local and

fresh produce directly from the

producer (often) is something I

enjoy. We have two spectacular

such markets in this area – Lyttelton

and Mt Pleasant.

Lyttelton market turns 11 this

month. It has gone from strength

to strength, different venues,

more and more stalls – and more

and more shoppers.

It is a total credit to the wonderful

team who organise it and

also to the stall holders who don’t

have the opportunity to shelter

from the inclement weather

but bravely front their stalls in

the face of wind and rain. And

always with a smile and great

conversation – cheeky though it

often is.

The Mt Pleasant market is

younger and smaller but again

has a wonderful variety of local

Previously

United Travel

goods and local people. It has

also had to move venues as the

Community Centre has taken

shape around its former site but

the organisers and stallholders

just got on with it.

This market was started in

response to the lack of supermarkets

and other shops in the area

post-February quake but even

though we now have nearly a surplus

of supermarkets, the market

has continued to be strong.

The market fills more than just

a shopping need. For many, particularly

those displaced, waiting

and arguing, in limbo postquake,

it is a connection with

their community, with familiar

people, and often with people

who are in the same situation.

It’s a chance to catch up, swap

notes and give support. It’s a

chance to receive support and

sadly so many people still need

post-quake support.

So thank you to the people that

set up these lovely markets (and

Opawa and Linwood too), who

have kept them going through

great times and harder times, and

who provide such a lovely “water

well” for conversation and caring.

Happy birthday Lyttelton market!

And many more to come.

Bay Harbour News asked its

readers what they thought

of a Lyttelton Design

Review Panel being set up

to help decide what could

be built there, and what

buildings could look like

Robin Williams – I am

writing an opinion in response

to your invitation to comment

on the proposed Lyttelton Design

Review Panel.

I was listening to Radio New

Zealand National recently and

then watched a programme on

television where the chap from

The Block New Zealand programme

and an architect were

doing a tour of New Zealand

looking at all types of homes. My

following opinion arises from

there.

It would be a sad day when

Christchurch, the city of the

21st-century and beyond, and

surrounding suburbs didn’t embrace

making history as well as

preserving any heritage precinct.

Mr Stanaway and his wife are

building on an empty site that

once was “the former fire station

building.”

Surely they are not wanting

replicate this building as this

would be a lost opportunity to

create the history of the future.

I would be interested how the

panel members will be selected

and please tell us more about the

role of the city council’s Urban

Design Panel.

It seems to be heavy handed

and indicates further delays

for people who are wanting to

make a contribution to what is

described as the best opportunity

to build a city for the future.

Penny Carnaby, of Lyttelton

– What an excellent idea to set

up a Design Review Panel for

Lyttelton buidings in the future.

Go for it!

I think many of us found it really

distressing when the Stanaway’s

edgy building was turned

down by the city council.

There is in my view a design

leadership deficit in relation

to how we want to see Lyttleton

develop in the future.

The impact of the quakes has

changed Lyttelton forever. We

can’t get the heritage back but we

can imagine an amazing village

in the future which truly reflects

the creative spirit which abounds

everywhere.

It’s a great idea to get a design

team in but first I suggest that

you invite locals to re-imagine

the village we want in the future

so the design team is guided by

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Nga Mihi nui.

Bay Harbour News asked

its readers what they thought

about police coverage in Lyttelton

after a rise of burglaries

in the area.

Vicki Jerome, of Barrys Bay

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the Akaroa side of the Peninsula,

we haven’t had any personal

experience of crime in the 13

years we’ve lived here, but I have

to say it seems ludicrous to have

the Lyttelton police station only

open between the hours of 8am

and 5pm.

Surely, most of the burglary

and theft crimes occur after

dark? I know a proportion occur

during the day when homeowners

are thought to be away at

work, but generally these crimes

will not be discovered until they

return from work, usually after

5pm.

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shifts, the second being from

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Wednesday August 31 2016

Inter-school champions

SPORTS

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OUR LADY Star of the Sea

School’s year 7/8 rugby team

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After taking part in the

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to forfeit because they were all

injured from the Canterbury

tournament on Thursday. We

were supposed to play them

after we won our semi-final last

week, but they were decimated

by injury,” Mr Kane said.

He said the side’s win by

forfeit was still a win, and

something the school should

celebrate.

“We’ve got some really good

athletes here at school, but half

of the side had never played

rugby before. So for them to go

out and win the zone first time

was pretty cool. Then to win

the B grade, where we only lost

one game the whole season, was

great,” he said.

The games are run as 10-aside

and both the school’s year

5/6 and year 7/8 rugby teams

are south-east zone champions

CHAMPIONS: Our Lady Star of the Sea’s year 7/8 rugby team are champions of the Friday

grade B inter-school competition. ​

for their age. Now the year 7/8

side are city-wide champions

as well.

Mr Kane said the year 7/8

team had all improved massively

over the season, but named

a few players that had been the

side’s best.

“If I had to pick our best players,

I should name three. Billy

McLoughlin, Cass Robertson,

and Charlie Cameron . . . Cass

is (Scott Robertson’s) son. All

three of his boys come here . . .

we tried to get him in to coach,

but he’s a bit busy with Canterbury,”

he said.

Mr Kane said the most improved

players in the side are

Alejandro Ballard and Flynn

Greig.

“[Flynn] got mashed up

quite a bit, but boy he was

tough.”

Bays recognise

season’s top

performers

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

FERRYMEAD BAYS celebrated the

finish of the league season with their

senior prizegiving evening at Winnie

Bagoes on Saturday.

The men’s side finished the

Mainland premier football league

season in fourth place after defeating

Western 7-1 in their final game last

Saturday.

As well as many team player of

the year awards, special recognition

went to the club’s newest life member

Mark Piercey.

First team reserves coach Mark

Anderson was named coach of the

year, and Allison Evans won the

personality of the year award.

The club’s golden boot was jointly

awarded to first team midfielder

Andy Tuckey and reserves winger

Dorian Grault.

Both the most valuable player and

the players’ player of the year awards

went to fullback Fraser Angus, while

most improved was Preston Bell.

Andreas Wilson took away player of

the year.

The men’s side will still look to

finish on a high in the final of the

English Cup against Coastal Spirit at

English Park on Saturday.

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News

Owning a husky requires dedication

Scott Bamford

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THIS WINTER, at least one

husky a week is arriving at the

West Melton branch of Husky

Rescue NZ, the company

re-homing abandoned or

unwanted huskies.

This season is shaping up to

be the worst in the company’s

seven-year history.

Although many of the

unwanted dogs come from

Auckland, Husky Rescue NZ has

experienced an influx of huskies

from Christchurch.

“We do always have dogs from

Christchurch … it’s pretty much

one dog a week from Canterbury.

It’s the worst winter we’ve ever

had,” Husky Rescue NZ founder

Michelle Attwood said.

The siberian husky is known to

be a hands-on breed.

Ms Attwood said a minimum

exercise routine of 5km a day is

WALKIES. Two Husky Rescue NZ dogs out for a dry-land

scooter journey. ​

needed to keep them healthy.

“In summer, that means [running

or walking] very late at

night, or early in the morning,

to avoid those 20 deg C temperatures.”

Huskies also require seasonally

intense fur maintenance, a

lot of entertainment and a firm

understanding of who sets the

rules, she said.

“If the owner fails to establish

their position as leader, the

husky, with its strong pack

mentality, will become the pack

leader instead and be almost

impossible to control,” Ms Attwood

said.

Many people will purchase a

husky before understanding the

dog’s needs and then give up

when the job becomes too hard,

she said.

“[Owners] say: ‘Oh well, it

jumped a six-foot fence, it ate

the neighbour’s cat and it won’t

come back when it’s called’ …

Those are all just standard husky

traits.”

Ms Attwood reported reoccurring

problems from irresponsible

breeders.

“We’ve had over 12 dogs from

just one backyard breeder …

time and time again we are seeing

the same problem dogs from

the same problem breeders,” she

said.

The rescue centre caters to

huskies through a combination

of pack-like living arrangements

and dry-land scootering and

sledding.

“They do really well at the

CHILLING. Christos

Merentitis and

his husky Max

enjoying some

down time.

sport and they love it, getting

them to stop running is the

hardest part,” Ms Attwood said.

Husky owner Christos Merentitis

adopted his pet Max about

three years ago. Strict training

and constant exercise is what

helped Max become a beloved

member of the family.

“I got Max when he was

10-months-old. A lot of trainers

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. . . take them for a huge run, and

then do 10 minutes of training

– when they are too tired to be

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SCHOOLS

Redcliffs School held a mini Olympics to celebrate

the big event in Rio. Year 8 students organised the

day and parents took part to emulate the Olympic

spirit.

FRENCH FRENZY: Emily and Amelia represented

France.

DAFFODIL DAY: Diamond

Harbour Primary School

hosted a daffodil hat-making

competition to raise money

for the annual campaign. The

competition had a daffodil

theme and was designed to

keep kids sun safe. The school

had a painted playground

daffodil and pupils had to

bring gold coins to cover the

flower. The proceeds went to

the Cancer Society NZ, which

provides new entrant pupils

with hats when they start

school.

DOWN UNDER: Ruby, Judson and Ollie represented Australia at

Redcliffs mini Olympics.

HELPING

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and Mia help

younger pupil

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the Olympic

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LIGHTENING BOLT:

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GO FOR GOLD: James

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Wednesday August 31 2016

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 –

black, white and grey, applied

as if printed, through stencils

on hessian or paper, reflect

the evolution of his ideas

about painting. Soltero’s ideas

stem from an intellectual

imagination, but are driven by

an emotional need to create.

50 Works Gallery, 50 London

Street, Lyttelton

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-11am

Head along to Lyttelton

Library to 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.

Baby Times

Friday September 2, 10.30am-

11am

During each session there

is a variety of stories, songs,

rhymes, fingerplays and other

book related activities. The

programmes are especially

suitable for under two-year-olds.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

Trinity Hall, free.

Storytimes/Wā Kōrero

Tuesday, August 30, 11am-

11.30am

Programme for pre-schoolers

include stories, music,

movement and rhymes.

Kōrero pukapuka, pūoru,

korikori.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

Trinity Hall, free.

Greater Linwood

Community Forum

Monday, September 5, 10.30-

noon

The Greater Linwood

Community Forum is a monthly

meeting for people living within

the Hagley/ Ferrymead ward.

Members of the community

gather together for morning tea

and an exchange of ideas and

information.

If you would like any matters

added to the agenda please let

Brenda know brenda.preston@

ccc.govt.nz

Phillipstown Community

Centre, 39 Nursery Rd,

Phillipstown.

Planting days at Urumau

Reserve

September 11, 10-12pm or

1-3pm

Come help in a series of

quality native tree plating days.

Tools, plants and lunch are all

provided. Bring gloves. The

planting is limited to 12 people

per session so registration is

essential at lytteltonreserves@

hotmail.com or phone 328 9093

Charity

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Parliamentary

rugby team

Email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi

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Drayton Reserve

Conservation Week working

bee

Saturday, September 10, 2pm-

4pm

The working group has been

clearing weeds and will now

plant some of the original native

trees which used to grow in the

local area. There is a lot to do

and everyone is welcome.

For further information,

phone Dave Bryce on 021 363

498.

Meet at the Avery Place

entrance if you would like to help

planting native seedlings in the

nearby area of the Reserve.

Learn to Sail

Saturday, September 3, 9am –

5:30pm

Learning to sail is a lot of

fun and provides children and

adults of all ages with valuable

life skills. To help children and

families to get into sailing in an

easy and affordable way without

the up front cost of having to

purchase a boat, Naval Point

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optimist dinghys.

Phone David Noakes: 021 022

88411 or email programmes@

navalpoint.co.nz.

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Monday - Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 11am-3pm, 20 Oxford

St, Lyttelton.

Markets

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

The market has temporarily

moved to the western end of the

McCormacks Bay Reserve. You

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McCormacks Bay and Main

Rds. Every Saturday, 9.30am-

12.30pm.

Lyttelton Farmers Market:

Every Saturday, 10am-1pm,

London St.

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Four Grenadier Seasons Ferrymead

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91 Cannon Hill Crescent

Just over two year ago my clients were delighted to have secured this spacious modern family suntrap on the sought after

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Auction: 15 September 2016 from 1pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4963

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4 3 1 2 Sumner

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Michelle Ward Ph 027 203 7858

Leithfield 109 Kings Road,

Lyttelton 67 Jacksons Road

Mt Pleasant 169A Major Hornbrook Road

Redcliffs 22B Augusta Street

1 1 1 1

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Auction: 15 September 2016 from 1pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4962

Chris Smart

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Joy Butel

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Woolston 9 St Florian Place

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Woolston 107a Randolph Street

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4 2 1 2 3 1 1 1

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Auction: 8 Sep 2016 from 1pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4951

Liz Lewis

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Price: $369,000

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David Searle

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Auction Date: Thursday 15 Sep 2016 - unless sold prior

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Just over two year ago my clients were delighted

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