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HOLE IN ONE: Lola makes a winning shot in the mini

Olympic Games held at James St Preschool. The children

took part in various sports during their own version of the

Olympics last week.

•For more photos turn to page 13

• By Annabelle Dick

THE CITY council’s decision to alter

wording on thousands of property

reports affected by coastal hazards has

been described as a “gutless” move.

Christchurch Coastal Residents United

spokesman Dr Darrell Latham is reeling

after the city council tweaked unreliable

coastal hazard information listed on

Land Information Memorandum for

homes in Christchurch and Banks Peninsula.

The city council altered the details put

on LIMs on Monday after a review of the

original Coastal Hazards Assessment Report

found more scientific work needed

to be done.

Dr Darrell Latham said in spite of altering

the report, the information showing

properties are at risk from coastal

hazards has been left on LIMs.

He said the city council is “gutless” for

only tweaking the wording.

“The information needs to be correct

and the peer review from the coastal

experts is the best available information.

The council needs to listen to the recommendations

and remove it from LIMs

because it’s legally unsound,” he said.

The original Tonkin & Taylor report

found numerous houses in the area are at

risk of coastal erosion and flooding and

that information has gone on affected

homeowners’ LIM reports.

The review panel urged the city

council to remove it and undertake more

research because the maps identifying atrisk

properties could be legally unsound.

•Turn to page 5

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Wednesday September 7 2016

Inside

FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

DESK News...............3, 4, 5,8 & 10

NOT GOOD news for people

living in the coastal hazards

zone – the city council has not

backtracked on what will go on

LIM reports.

Residents are not happy as we

report on page 1 today.

Christchurch Coastal Residents

United spokesman Dr Darrell

Latham says the decision by the

city council to just change the

wording on the LIM report is

“gutless”.

He is indicating legal action to

overturn the LIM information is

looming. Watch this space.

Reporter Annabelle Dick profiles

Governors Bay’s Jane Robertson

(pages 6-7) who is documenting

the long history of the head of

the harbour in a new book which

is about to be released.

No surprises for what the book

is called: Head of The Harbour.

– Barry Clarke

Bays’ players take part in junior tournaments

SPORT 18

Our People..................6, 7

Schools...........................12, 13

Your Local Views.......14

Community Events......21

Theatre/Arts.................22

Fashion.....................................23

Travel.................................25

Health & Beauty.....26,27

Real Estate.....................29

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Lifesavers without clubrooms

Quake damage

forces

temporary

closure

• By Annabelle Dick

TAYLORS MISTAKE Surf

Lifesaving’s clubrooms will

be closed for at least two years

because of earthquake damage.

At structural engineer report

has found the building was

unsafe after it sustained damage

on the Valentine’s Day

earthquake earlier

this year.

Club president

Tisha Bradley

(left) said after the

quake they had

engineers in to

check the building’s structure.

“There was a lot of movement

in the building while we were

over there on patrol and subsequently

they came back and

said the building is earthquake

prone,”

As a result, the clubhouse has

been closed until further notice

to the more than 200 club

members.

“I envisage it’ll be for at least

DAMAGED: Taylors Mistake Surf Lifesaving Club will be closed because structural

engineers have deemed the building unsafe.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

two to three years,” Ms Bradley

said.

The surf lifesaving club has a

contingency plan in place and

intend to practice out of two

freight containers.

“One will act as a patrol

room and the other will be a

first aid lounge area so we’ll

have to use public facilities

like public toilets and showers.

We’ll be in a similar position

that Sumner was,” she said.

The club was already in the

middle of settling insurance

claims after receiving quake

damage and now members will

have to discuss with insurers

what the fate of the building

will be.

“Hopefully, our discussions

with our insurer come to an

end sooner rather than later

and then we can go from there

on how we’ll continue,” Ms

Bradley said.

The club will either be repaired

or rebuilt.

“We’d like to do something

as dramatic and gorgeous as

Sumner Surf Lifesaving Club

but it depends on what we

get through insurance,” she

said.

The Taylors Mistake Surf

Lifesaving Club is awaiting

consent from the city council

and park rangers to put two

containers in temporarily.

In Brief

BERTH TESTS

Lyttelton Port is constructing a

new oil and gas berth to replace

the existing earthquake-damaged

docking site. LPC has started

testing from a floating barge to

understand the seabed to ensure

an appropriate dredging operation

can be conducted. The berth will

be redeveloped slightly north from

its existing position and LPC will

provide further updates as the

project continues.

SPEED LIMIT CHANGE

The speed limit on Mt Pleasant Rd

has changed after a motion from

the Hagley/Ferrymead Community

Board was passed. The board

decided to extend the 50km/h

speed limit an extra 450m south on

Mt Pleasant Rd to just past Upper

Major Hornbrook Rd. The 70km/h

speed limit will begin from Upper

Major Hornbrook Rd to Summit

Rd. It came into force on August 31.

FOOTPATH OBSTRUCTION

To resolve issues raised from

residents, the city council has put a

management plan in place to fix an

ongoing obstruction on Oxford St.

Repairs to a building on 16 Oxford

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footpath for almost two years.

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Wednesday September 7 2016

News

Volunteers

needed to

curb crime

• By Annabelle Dick

THE COMMUNITY Patrol City

to Sumner is seeking volunteers to

help in decreasing the amount of

burglaries and thefts in Lyttelton.

A spate of burglaries in the area

has seen the number increase and

community members have shared

concerns about the multiple commercial

and residential burglaries

and thefts in the past month.

The Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community

Board has recommended

people get involved with the patrol

to help deter crime.

The Community Patrol City to

Sumner, which patrols Lyttelton, is

seeking additional volunteer drivers

and interested residents can

phone the Lyttelton Police Station

on 378 0200. The board also said

all residents need to report burglaries

on 363 7400 so that more

police resources could be put into

Lyttelton if warranted.

The board is investigating installing

a moveable camera in hot

spots around Lyttelton to deter and

monitor crime.

The board has also requested

that city council staff investigate

options for Crime Prevention

through Environmental Design on

London St, Lyttelton.

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​Peninsula spending up

• By Annabelle Dick

MORE MONEY is being spent

in Banks Peninsula as new

statistics show retail spending

has increased.

The June 2016 Christchurch

Retail report shows that

$48,622,680 million was spent

in the retail sector in Banks

Peninsula between June 2015

and June 2016.

That’s 15.4 per cent more than

the previous year’s figure of

about $42.1 million.

Retail spending has increased

in spite of four less cruise ship

visits in Akaroa and a two per

cent drop in the growth rate

of passenger numbers over the

year to June 2016.

Peninsula General Store

owner Ken Marshall said he’s

seen a big jump in the amount

that people spend when they

visit Akaroa.

“Over summer it was a lot

busier so I can understand why

the figures are up,” he said.

The report states that the

spending may reflect either an

increased spend per passenger

or more domestic tourism.

“I think there’s more people

coming over from Christchurch.

Either they’re Christchurch

people or people landing

CASHFLOW: More money is circulating around Banks

Peninsula’s economy

in Christchurch. We’re definitely

seeing an increase in that

sort of tourism,” Mr Marshall

said.

Christchurch

& Canterbury

Tourism chief

executive Vic

Allen (left)

said he thinks

there’s a

number of reasons why Banks

Peninsula spending has risen.

“New Zealand is in the middle

of a tourism boom and more

specifically Christchurch airport

has seen passenger numbers

grow, particularly from

China. We know the Chinese

like visiting places like Akaroa

and Banks Peninsula so I think

that’s part of it,” he said.

“Also the domestic Christchurch

market is going to Akaroa

as the weather has been good

for holidaying. Lyttelton is

Couples

Getaway

also starting to make a name

for itself with their cafes and

restaurants so I think it’s a combination

of all those things.”

Mr Allen believes the growth

in spending is a trend that’s going

to continue.

“Banks Peninsula has a lot of

potential to become even more

popular and appealing as a

destination and we know that

Christchurch residents love going

there as do overseas visitors

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Kindergarten battle not over

• By Annabelle Dick

A NUMBER of McCormacks

Bay Rd homeowners are happy a

kindergarten was denied resource

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childhood centre next to the Mt

Pleasant Community Centre but

were declined due to a city council

mistake.

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the centre, so Kidsfirst have

resubmitted their application.

McCormacks Bay residents

Suzanne Sullivan, Graham

Keats and Margaret Evrard all

opposed the application as the

building would have a significant

affect on their view of the

estuary.

“It’s such a joy to be here.

This is our investment and our

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were meant to be our retirement

homes and we’ve been looking

forward to enjoying this view,”

Ms Sullivan said.

Kidsfirst want to introduce

a larger 248 sq m kindergarten

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WATER VIEWS: Suzanne Sullivan, Margaret Evrard and Diane and Graham Keats all want to

see this piece of McCormacks Bay remain as a local asset. PHOTO: ANNABELLE DICK

was damaged in the February

22, 2011, earthquake and will

sit 26m west of their former

site.

The centre will run longer

from 8am to 5pm with an

estimated 200 vehicles expected

to move in and out of McCormacks

Bay Rd.

The homeowners said the

narrow strip is a very dangerous

place for a kindergarten as

Main Rd is only metres away

and McCormacks Bay Rd is

notoriously unsafe as it has a

blind corner.

“While the community centre

was being rebuilt there was three

accidents – one of them had

their door cleaned right off its

hinges,” Mr Keats said.

“It’s really bad from a safety

aspect as kids are going to be

loaded and unloaded during the

peak times for traffic.”

The residents proposed the

move the centre closer to the

community centre or to the

other side of the centre where

there’s more space and no blind

corners.

The commissioner said the

resource consent was declined

purely due to the notification

process and not on the proposal

itself.

Kidsfirst has reapplied for a

resource consent and the hearing

has been set for October.

Coastal hazard

report concerns

•From page 1

City council chief executive

Dr Karleen Edwards decided to

change the coastal hazard wording

on the LIMs of the 18,000

properties identified as being

vulnerable to coastal hazards.

However, the update will still

state houses are at risk from

coastal hazards but it won’t be

specific about the extent of the

risk and whether the risk comes

from erosion or flooding.

Dr Latham said Christchurch

Coastal Residents United plan

on fighting it and pursuing legal

action if the information is not

removed.

“We will not shy away. We’ve

carried this issue right through

to this stage. We challenged the

original report, we put the council

under pressure and they decided

to review that report. That review

has suggested the council remove

the current coastal hazard mapping

off the LIMs until more

rigorous research can be done,”

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Wednesday September 7 2016

Our People

Author unearths the history of

Governors Bay’s Jane Robertson is documenting

the long history of the head of the harbour in a new

book which is about to be released. Our reporter

Annabelle Dick spoke to her about quitting her

job to dedicate her hours to the time-consuming

publication, the surprises she uncovered and how

the peninsula kept dragging her back.

Your book Head of the Harbour

is about to be released, can you

tell me about it?

It’s a history of the area from

Teddington around to Governors

Bay – so Teddington, Allandale

Ohinetahi, Governors Bay and

Sandy Bay. It’s really a history

starting with the formation of

the landscape and the volcanoes

in Lyttelton and Akaroa. It looks

at the land, the fauna and flora

and then it comes forward and

looks at Maori history and the

Maori settlement at Ohinetahi.

Then there’s the European

settlement and it goes from

there. It’s being launched at the

beginning of December and it’s

being published by David Bundy.

Why did you decide to write

the book?

It started off as a little project,

and I thought I’d interview

some of the older residents in

Governors Bay to get some

record of their stories. It wasn’t

going to be any more than that

but talking to David Bundy he

said someone should write a

book on the head of the harbour

and I thought I’d do it.

How did you go about

sourcing information?

It took me five years worth of

gathering to compile the book. I

went on conducting interviews

with local older people and I

realised that to make sense of

what they were talking about

I needed to do some more

research myself and better

understand that ground. So I got

into archival research using old

newspapers, the museum library,

resources that were available as

well as unpublished materials.

Another primary source was

diaries and letters from local

families.

Was there any discoveries you

made that surprised you?

HOME: Jane Robertson considers Governors Bay her

‘turangawaewae’ or the place where she stands in life.

That’s a big one. A few things

actually . . . well something I

didn’t know was that there was

a Maori pa on the side of Mt

Bradley. Another thing that

was a puzzle was to do with

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was that in Teddington in the

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that extended out into the mud

flats and there’s still evidence

of the jetty there but it was

washed away in the 1868 tidal

wave. There was a lot of activity

going on up there and this was

a major jetty and I found that

really interesting. Also the fact

that the Governors Bay jetty

was on record as being built in

1883 but it was actually built

back in about 1874 and then it

was extended twice because of

the mud flats and because of the

fact it kept silting up. Another

thing that surprises me was one

of the first arriving families,

Samuel and Jean Manson, had

17 children – here they were,

they were pioneers and setting

up their own farm and she was

just having children one after

another. They must have worked

so hard. This also used to be an

orchard and horticultural area –

there were lots of plums, apricot

trees, outdoor tomatoes and

early potatoes. Almost

all of that is gone now but

it really defines the nature

of Allandale, Ohinetahi and

Governors Bay.

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PAGE 7

Banks Peninsula

How far does the book go

back?

The Maori history goes

well back but in terms of the

European history, the first

European’s to settle here were the

Manson and the Gebbie family

in Teddington and that was 1845

so that was before the first four

ships arrived in Lyttelton.

How have residents reacted

to it?

I think there’s a lot of interest

locally, the people I talk to have

been wonderful and a number

of them I’ve got back to and

talked to several times and each

time something new comes out

like pictures, images, artefacts

and stories. Some people have

written family histories about

the area and there are other

publications available but there

hasn’t been anything that’s

covered the whole area and

brought it all together. I think

people are looking forward to

having it documented in one

place. Plus the book has a lot of

photos and some of them are

from museums, libraries and

family collections that people

haven’t seen before.

What was the biggest

challenge when putting the

book together?

There were several. One of

the challenges was that I wasn’t

getting any income – I was doing

it part-time so you have to be

pretty keen to stick to something

on that basis. Another thing was

the earthquake because when

I started on it the libraries and

the document research centre

at the museum were closed so

it was quite some time before I

could access documents. Also for

private people helping me, their

material was disrupted from

the earthquake as well and they

couldn’t get to it.

So are you an author by

trade?

This is the first book I’ve

written. I’m a teacher and an

academic by trade so I started

out teaching and I lectured at

the College of Education. I then

went to Canterbury University

where I worked in teacher

education so I was lecturing staff.

I resigned from that because I’d

moved to Governors Bay and

I wanted to spend more time

being here. It was silly being in

such a beautiful place and going

over the hill five days a week and

working in a concrete building. I

resigned with no idea with what

I was going to do and I set up an

editing business and some time

after that I started working on

the book as it’s something I can

do at home.

How long have you been in

Governors Bay?

I moved to Governors Bay in

2003 from Beckenham so just

over the hill. It’s the sort of place

that once you’re living here you

don’t want to go back over the

hill for anything and it’s really

hard to imagine leaving this part

of the world. Although it’s so

close to Christchurch it’s like a

different world.

SNAPSHOT: Jane Robertson’s book covers the history of a

number of jetties in the area including the Sandy Bay jetty.

Postcard courtesy of Coral Atkinson and Murray Radcliffe.

Why did you move there?

Ever since I was younger I

knew I wanted to come back

to the harbour. When I was

younger and lived in Opawa.

My family and I used to catch

the train to Lyttelton every

Christmas and get the ferry to

Diamond Harbour. Each year

we’d rent a bach in either Church

Bay, Charteris Bay or Diamond

Harbour – well wherever we

could find a bach really. For

me my summers were defined

by being in the harbour so I

think that’s where my love of

the area came from and that’s

what drew me back as a middleaged

adult. There’s something

about the peninsula that really

attaches people and I call it my

turangawaewae, or the place I

stand and get my strength from.

This is my home.

Do you live with your family

in Governors Bay?

I live with my partner, he’s a

retired teacher of design. He’s a

painter and at the moment he’s

outside painting the view of the

harbour from our deck.

Outside of writing, what else

sparks you interest?

I like gardening, I also

have 20 hens so I enjoy

poultry I’ve always had chooks,

I like walking, art is a big

passion as well, theatre, reading

– it’s all really tedious and

predictable.

So what’s your plan after the

book is launched?

I’m not going back into the

workforce I don’t want to work

for anybody else. Another

book is a possibility, I wouldn’t

discount it. I wouldn’t mind

doing something like that.

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Wednesday September 7 2016

News

Grants help conserve

iconic buildings

• By Annabelle Dick

TWO LYTTELTON buildings

have received tens of thousands

of dollars in grants to maintain

their heritage significance.

A residential property on St

Davids St and the Tin Palace on

Oxford St both received heritage

incentive grants from the city

council’s communities, housing

and economic development

committee last Thursday.

The Tin Palace received

$29,250 and the St Davids St

home received $26,852 to put

towards conservation and maintenance.

The dwelling at St Davids St is

one of the oldest houses in Lyttelton

and is listed as a ‘notable’

building in the Banks Peninsula

District Plan.

The property was built as

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The second grant, of up to

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for the maintenance of a late

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The 128-year-old building

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The building is the only survivor

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to the rebuilding of Lyttelton

after a big fire swept through

HERE TO STAY: The Tin

Palace on Oxford St (above)

and a St David St residence

both received heritage grants.

PHOTO: ANNABELLE DICK ​

the commercial area in October

1870.

The building only sustained

moderate damage after the February

22, 2011 earthquake, but it

needs re-piling, re-levelling and

its foundations fixed.

The Tin Palace has been

home to a legal firm, a shipping

agency, a grain merchant, a dentist

and is currently being leased

to an art gallery.

• By Annabelle Dick

THE FATE of Yew Cottage will

be discussed tomorrow at the

city council meeting.

The Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board will give their

recommendations to the city

council on what they think

should be done with the heritage

building.

City council staff recommend

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the board is keen to engage with

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Wednesday September 7 2016

News

Check where you can walk your dog

• By Annabelle Dick

THE REVISED Dog Control

Bylaw and Policy has changed

where dogs are allowed around

the coastal area and Banks

Peninsula.

The Dog Control Bylaw 2016

and Dog Control Policy 2016

came into effect on September 1

which has changed where dogs

can go and their limitations.

Seven categories define the

areas where dogs are permitted;

prohibited, prohibited/

leashed, leashed, leashed/under

effective control, summer beach

prohibition, dog parks and dog

exercise areas.

Dogs are now prohibited at

the McCormacks Bay islands,

mudflat and salt marsh, Godley

Head foreshore, Teddington

mudflats, Coastal Cliff Reserve

and foreshore (Diamond

Harbour), Camp Bay, the

head of Port Levy Bay, Raupo

Bay, Okains Bay estuary and

mudflats, Le Bons Bay foreshore,

estuary, spit and river mouth,

Hickory Bay, Gough’s Bay,

Long Bay, Flea Bay, Takamatua

foreshore, Duvauchelle foreshore

(Seafield Rd side and Onawe

Rd side), domain and camping

ground, Te Oka Regional Park,

Okuti Track, Lake Forsyth’s

northern end mudflat areas,

Birdling’s Flat Regional Park,

Birdling’s Flat Esplanade

Reserve, Wairewa Esplanade

Reserve, Kaitorete Spit Reserve

and Kaituna River Esplanade

Reserve to protect wildlife

values.

Dogs have also been prohibited

at Rapaki Bay foreshore for

cultural reasons and at the

request of the Rapaki Runanga,

and Takapuneke Reserve, Green

Point Park and Beach Rd have

a prohibition in place at the

request of Onuku Runanga.

Pigeon Bay camping ground

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due to public safety and hygiene

reasons as well as at Scarborough

Park due to the high visitor

numbers and public safety.

Dogs have to be leashed

at Godley Head Walkway,

Scarborough Walkway,

Scarborough Promenade, Giants

Nose Reserve, Nicholson Park,

Scarborough Hill Reserve,

Cave Rock, Greenwood Park,

Rapanui Bush, Captain Thomas

Track, Mt Pleasant Reserve,

John Britten Reserve, Scotts

Valley Reserve, Mt Cavendish

Reserve, Castle Rock Reserve,

Tors Scenic Reserve, Duncan

Park, Montgomery Spur Reserve,

Rapaki Track, Witch Hill,

Bowenvale Park, Huntsbury

Track, Huia Gilpin Reserve,

Victoria Park, Thomson Scenic

Reserve, Sugarloaf Reserve,

Douglas Scenic Reserve,

Elizabeth Park, Worsley Spur

Track, Head to Head walkway

coastal path from Magazine

Bay to Pony Point, Pony Point,

Lyttelton Recreation Ground,

Baden Norris Reserve, Albion

Square, Governors Bay jetty,

Diamond Harbour jetty, Wainui

Domain, Akaroa Main Wharf,

Britomart Reserve, Akaroa beach

grassed picnic area and walkway,

Rue Balguerie Reserve and

walkway and Daly’s Wharf.

Dogs have also been banned

from certain beaches and bays

over the summer period from

November 1 to March 31.

That includes Sumner Beach,

Taylors Mistake Beach, Corsair

Bay, Cass Bay, Paradise Bay

Beach, Hays Bay Beach, Diamond

Harbour Beach, Purau foreshore

and mudflats, Port Levy – beach

area by settlement, Little Akaloa

foreshore, Okains Bay Beach,

Le Bons Bay foreshore, Akaroa

Beach, French Farm Beach and

Tikao Bay Beach.

Another key change that has

come into effect is that dog

owners must carry plastic bags

to clean up dog faeces when in

public places or they could face

a fine.

To see the changes that have

been implemented in the bylaw

update and a map of restricted

areas go to https://www.ccc.govt.

nz/the-council/plans-strategiespolicies-and-bylaws/bylaws/dogcontrol-policy-and-bylaw-2016/

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Wednesday September 7 2016

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Wednesday September 7 2016

Your Local Views

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deposit of $1,000 per person is due within 7 days of booking. A second non-refundable deposit of $1,000 per person is due by 31 October 2016. If airfares increase and/or changes in ticketing requirements occur, the second deposit may be required earlier. Final payment is due 100 days

prior to departure. FLY FREE INCLUDING AIR TAXES: Flights must be booked by Travelmarvel. Flights are based on wholesale airfares in economy class (W class) with Singapore Airlines or another airline of Travelmarvel’s choosing from Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch. Offer includes air taxes of up to

$130 per person. Deposits are considered as a guarantee of the invoiced flight arrangements and once deposit is received, flights will be issued. Once air tickets are issued, airline amendment and/or cancellation fees apply and, in some cases, are non-refundable.

SOUTH AMERICA: Price based on 31 July 2017 departure (Ocean-view Stateroom). Price is inclusive of the $400 pp early payment. Offers are available until sold out. Offers may be withdrawn at any time, are strictly limited and are available on new bookings only. Offers cannot be combined with any

other offer, unless specified. Flights must be booked by Travelmarvel, and are with an airline of Travelmarvel’s choosing. EARLY PAYMENT DISCOUNT: For 2017 holidays paid in full 10 months prior to departure, a $400 pp saving is available on holidays of 20 days or longer. For holidays up to 19 days, a

$200 pp saving is available. An initial deposit of $3,000 pp must be paid within seven days of making the booking. Offer is combinable with airfare offers. NO EARLY PAYMENT DISCOUNT: A non-refundable deposit of $3,000 pp is due within seven days of booking. Final payment due 100 days prior to the

tours departure. Deposits are considered as a guarantee of the invoiced flight arrangements and once deposit is received, flights will be ticketed. Once air tickets are issued, airline amendment and/or cancellation fees apply and, in some cases, are non-refundable. 2 FOR 1 AIRFARES: Offer is applicable

on tours of 20 days or more in 2017. One person will receive free return economy airfare with LATAM Airlines based on V class, including air taxes up to $100 from New Zealand. Both passengers must travel on the same flights and same South American tour. INTERNAL FLIGHTS: Surcharges on internal

air will apply if not flying internationally with LATAM Airlines booked by Travelmarvel.

CANADA: *Conditions apply. Prices are per person (pp), twin share and include port charges. Prices are correct as at 16 August 2016, but may fluctuate due to changes in availability, surcharges, fees, taxes or exchange rates. Price based on URBWIV21: 4 May 2017. Price based on an Outside Stateroom

on the Holland America Line cruise. A non-refundable deposit of $1,000 pp is due within seven days of booking. A second non-refundable deposit of $2,000 pp is due by 30 November 2016. If airfares increase and/or changes in ticketing requirements occur, the second deposit may be required earlier.

Final payment is due 100 days prior to departure. Offers may be withdrawn at any time, are strictly limited and are available on new bookings only. Offers cannot be combined with any other offer, unless specified. 2 FOR 1 AIRFARES: Offer is available until 30 September 2016, unless sold out prior. Flights

must be booked by Travelmarvel. One person will receive free return economy airfare with Air New Zealand (or an airline of Travelmarvel’s choosing) based on two passengers travelling in Economy (W) class, including air taxes up to $200 for companion from selected New Zealand cities. Flights are

subject to availability and booking class. Once class is sold out surcharges apply. Passengers must travel on the same tour departure date and flights. Deposits are considered as a guarantee of the invoiced flight arrangements and once deposit is received, flights will be issued. Once air tickets are issued,

airline amendment and/or cancellation fees apply and, in some cases, are non-refundable. Enquire for solo traveller offers.

EUROPE: Prices are based on EUTCR15: 16 October 2017 (Cat. E) and EUTCRI25: 6 October 2017 (Cat. E – Italian Treasures & European Gems River Cruise). ADDITIONAL SAVINGS AMOUNTS: Prices are inclusive of the saving of $1,400 pp, which includes a special discount of $1,000 pp, plus the $400

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cruise with land or cruise with rail combinations of 15 days or more. Offer is combinable with the applicable flight offer and the travel with friends and save offer, if applicable. NO EARLY PAYMENT DISCOUNT: A non-refundable deposit of $1,000 pp is due within seven days of booking. A second nonrefundable

deposit of $2,000 pp is due by 30 October 2016. If airfares increase and/or changes in ticketing requirements occur, the second deposit may be required earlier. Final payment is due 100 days prior to departure. Offers may be withdrawn at any time, are strictly limited and are available on new

bookings only. Offers cannot be combined with any other offer, unless specified. FLY FREE INCLUDING TAXES: Offer is available until sold out. Includes air taxes up to the value of $250 pp. Flights must be booked by Travelmarvel. Flights are in economy class with Singapore Airlines (or another airline of

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GREAT RAIL: Price is based on RJTACJ15: 11 August 2017 departure and is inclusive of the stated monetary saving and $200pp early payment discount. EARLY PAYMENT DISCOUNT: Offer applicable only if tour is paid in full 10 months prior to departure date of tour. A non-refundable deposit of $2,000

pp must be paid within seven days of making the booking. A saving of $200 pp is applicable on Great Rail Journey holidays of nine days or more departing in 2017. A saving of $100 pp is applicable on Great Rail Journey holidays of eight days or less departing in 2017. Offer is combinable with the

applicable monetary saving offer. NO EARLY PAYMENT DISCOUNT: A non-refundable deposit of $2,000 pp is due within seven days of booking. Final payment is due 100 days prior to departure. Offers may be withdrawn at any time, are strictly limited and are available on new bookings only. Offers cannot

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INDIA: Price base don TIN20: 7 October 2017 (Cat. C). Price is inclusive of the $400pp early payment discount. AIR CREDIT: Flights must be booked by Travelmarvel. Available on selected airlines and booking

classes at Travelmarvel’s choosing. Air Credit cannot be redeemed for cash and is non-transferrable. A non-refundable deposit of $1,000 per person is due within seven days of booking; a second non-refundable

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discount available only when booking a tour of 17 days or more duration whereby the ‘17 days or more’ is part of the tour and not made up of pre or post tour accommodation. $1,000 deposit must be paid within

seven days of booking and second deposit of $1,000 per person is due by 30 June 2016 (if applicable) and tour must be paid in full 10 months prior to departure date. This offer is combinable with applicable

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Helping your

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My parents bought their first house in

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the 1970s and paid $12,000. At that time

an average salary was around $6000 per

annum. Today the GV of that same house

is $650,000 and no doubt the market value

is even higher with an average salary sitting

around $60,000 to $65,000 per annum. It

doesn’t take a mathematician to calculate

today’s house values are often 10 times the

average salary, whereas 40 years ago, they

were, as was the case for my parents, only

twice the average salary.

The media tells us almost daily that for

many young people looking to purchase

a first home, the options are increasingly

out of reach. The minimum 20% deposit

required by lenders and increasing house

values mean that for the same house my

parents bought as first home owners in the

1970s, today you would need a $130,000

deposit.

My parents were fortunate enough to have

a grandparent loan what they needed

to purchase their first home. If you are

considering assisting your children or

grandchildren with their first home

purchase, then there are a number of

options available.

1. Loan or Gift

The most obvious option to assist your child

into a first home is by assisting with the

deposit either by loaning the money to them

or by gifting the money.

In the past banks have required that such

money is gifted; however, it is increasingly

more common for banks to not make any

issue on how the funds are obtained by the

child. Other than reasons such as the bank

requiring a gift of the deposit, or parents

wishing to reduce the value of their assets, it

would be more desirable to loan the deposit

to the child. This ensures that the funds

can always be recalled. For example if the

child’s relationship ends, the funds will be

less likely to form part of the “relationship

property” for division.

Any funds lent to your children should be

recorded in a loan agreement or deed to

ensure that they are not later treated as a

gift.

2. Guarantee a bank loan

Banks are generally happy to lend money

if they have adequate security (mortgages

over properties). If properties can be

lumped together to increase the value of

the bank’s security, then the amount of

borrowing may also be able to be increased.

For example, if Mum and Dad own their

family home outright valued at $600,000

and also own a rental property valued at

$400,000 which is subject to a $200,000

loan, then their equity (over which the bank

will have security by way of mortgages) is

around $800,000 ($600,000 + $400,000

- $200,000 = $800,000). Their son wants

to purchase his first home for $350,000.

By providing guarantees to the bank for

their son’s loan of $350,000, the bank may

agree to lending the full $350,000, on the

basis that the bank still has $450,000 equity

($800,000 - $350,000).

An unlimited guarantee is a real no-no. It

is better to try to get the bank to limit the

guarantee to the value of the original loan

of $350,000. An unlimited guarantee would

secure the son’s other obligations to the

bank such as credit cards and personal

loans. It could even secure the son’s future

obligations which Mum and Dad may not

even be aware of. Where an unlimited

guarantee is given by Mum and Dad, they

should make sure that the guarantee is

terminated as soon as there is enough

equity in the son’s house so that the son can

refinance directly with the bank.

3. Extending own mortgage to provide

deposit

A better option might be for Mum and Dad

to extend their mortgage for the required

10 or 20% deposit needed by their son, and

then lend that to their son (as outlined in 1

above). A bank would still need to accept

this source of funding when approving the

son’s application for finance. But it would

give Mum and Dad the certainty of knowing

the exact amount owing to the bank.

4. Joint ownership

Something that I have not seen too often,

but which may work well in the right

circumstances is joint ownership between

you and your child. For example, Mum and

Dad provide the deposit (say 20% - $70,000

of a $350,000 house) and then own a 20%

share in the new home. The son takes out

a loan for the remainder of $280,000 and

owns the remaining 80% of the property.

Again the bank will require a guarantee

from Mum and Dad as they will be owners

of the property. However, they gain the

benefit of capital gain in the property. With

this type of joint ownership arrangement, it

is always a good idea to have a “Property

Sharing Agreement” between Mum, Dad and

son. Such agreement would deal with the

sharing of outgoings and income (if any),

restrictions on further borrowing, house

maintenance requirements, relationship

separations, and termination of the

arrangement.

These options are not exhaustive, and the

individual arrangement which will work

for you and your child will depend on your

particular circumstances. I would be happy

to talk to you about the possibilities.

Next month’s article will stay with this topic

on home affordability for first home buyers

and look at options for purchasing using

your kiwisaver funds, a homestart grant, and

a welcome home loan.

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Tuesday, September 13, 11am-

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Theatre/Arts

Something

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theme of play

A NEW comedy is set to begin

playing at The Court Theatre

this month, promising to have

the audience in stitches.

The Streaker is written by

Gregory Cooper and directed by

Mark Hadlow.

The show is based around

a middle-aged man played by

Mark Wright who lost his job at

a call centre.

When a Christchurch radio

station offers $1 million to

streak naked at the Super Rugby

final he has nothing to lose.

When writing the playwright

Cooper was inspired by a

friend’s story of a straight-laced

relative who was egged on to

streak at a cricket match and

was absolutely mortified afterwards.

“The story of someone

sensible doing something very

unsensible appealed.”

The show contains coarse

language, adult themes and

nudity and is recommended for

a mature audience.

The show will run from

September 17 to October 22.

To book tickets go to https://

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Teacher’s real life role

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

ONE OF Nikki Bleyendaal’s

greatest joys is when a student

comes and thanks her for being

part of their education.

The Christ’s College teacher

describes it as a small gesture

but a wonderful moment for any

educator.

“And students are fun . . .

teaching at a boys’ school you

forget how hilarious boys are

most of the time,” she said.

Bleyendaal is playing a role

which mirrors her real-life

profession, while also reliving

her days as a student, in the Top

Dog Theatre’s upcoming comedy

Teechers.

“We get to play everybody you

would find in a school, which is

so cool as a teacher because you

know these people.”

She will play about six different

characters, ranging from the

school bully to a fanatic drama

teacher and fun-loving 16-yearold

student.

Teechers is a comedic

“play withing a play” set in a

poorer part of England. It’s based

around three students who

put on a play for their fellow

dramatists. Yet underneath the

humour lies a serious message

close to Bleyendaal’s heart – all

schools should have engaged

and caring teachers.

“Unfortunately, it is part of

the reality we live in, that the

bigger schools, or the schools

with more money, tend to attract

this idea of a better education.”

She said the other “true” message

in the show is the importance

of drama in schools.

Bleyendaal teaches English,

maths, chemistry and sports

on the weekend. She also dips

her hand into as many drama

productions as possible.

Her interest in teaching was

first ignited when she started

doing low-level teaching at

ON STAGE:

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Salty, and Jay

Versteeg, as

Gail. ​

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are coming along to the

show but aren’t sure what to

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their interpretations.

“I haven’t told them too much

about it because I want them

to make their own ideas,” she

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Fashion

Cup week designer’s new collection

• By Annabelle Dick

ARA INSTITUTE of

Canterbury student Abby

Gottermeyer has already begun

a career in the fashion industry

before even graduating with her

design degree.

Miss Gottermeyer, 24, has

started her own business where

she makes and sells her creations

under the brand name Abby

Wynne – all while juggling fulltime

study.

“Business is going great, but

it’s stressful doing it while course

is on,” she said.

She started as an entrepreneur

when she put her collection up

for sale at the FORM exhibition

at Ara in July.

The fashion school’s third

year students’ collections were

designed to a brief from industry

partners and Miss Gottermeyer

worked with Lonely Hearts to

create her Cleopatra-themed

pieces.

A one-off sweatshirt with an

Egyptian-style hand-drawn

print was so well liked she had

to create more to keep up with

interest from keen buyers.

Miss Gottermeyer even quit

her part-time job so she could

dedicate more time to her business.

“I’m trying to juggle it all. I

KEEN CREATOR: Abby Gottermeyer finds time between study to work on her own fashion

line.

PHOTO: ANNABELLE DICK

quit my job at a cafe and this

has become my income and I’ve

made more money already doing

this than I would’ve if I stayed at

my job,” she said.

Miss Gottermeyer has had a

keen eye for the creative industry

her whole life as she grew up

with an artist as a mother.

Sandra Gottermeyer creates

encaustic paintings, which

involves using heated beeswax

with coloured pigments.

“She taught me a lot about

colour,” she said.

“She also taught me how to

draw. She was a sewer and she

had her own label for a while

and that’s how I initially became

interested in fashion.”

While the sweatshirts have

proved successful on the market,

she admits she’s more interested

in creating dress wear.

“I’m using this experience to

grow and learn who I am as a

designer – I usually make clothes

that I and my friends would

wear,” she said.

Miss Gottermeyer won the

Ballantynes Cup Week Fashion

Designer Award in 2015, the

New Zealand Cup and Show

Week Fashion in the Field Young

Designer Award in 2014 and the

Best Dressed Lady at Addington

AWARD WINNING: Abby

Gottermeyer has won numerous

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Zealand Cup and Show Week.

Contemporary Award in 2011.

“I want my own label, end of,”

she said.

Miss Gottermeyer is working

towards her end of year,

Miami-based collection, which

will showcase at Ara’s PITCH

Fashion Show.

Miss Gottermeyer has established

her own Facebook page

‘Abby Wynne’ to sell her creations.

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Travel

Exploring the beauty of Bayon

• By Mike Yardley

SIEM REAP is the launch pad to

over 50 Angkor temple ruin sites,

reclaimed from the jungle and

swooned on by tourists.

Further afield, many others are

still submerged and out of bounds

because of the insidious presence

of land mines.

With such a bewildering array

of temple-touring options on

offer, knowing what to see and

where to go, to get a rich flavour

of Angkor’s diverse delights,

needs expert guidance.

Enter Wendy Wu Tours and

my exuberant guide Mao, who

deftly led me around a curated

selection of enticing temple ruins.

After taking in the obligatory

sunrise spectacle at Angkor Wat,

we hot-footed it north to Angkor

Thom before the heaving hordes

descended on the scene.

Translating as “great city”, this

walled and moated royal capital

was the last constructed under

the Khmer empire, by King Jayavarman

VII, in the 12th-century.

Mao led me to the staggering

South Gate, where on either side

of the road, a stone causeway

is festooned in 108 sculptured

demons and gods, locked in a tug

of war with a nine-headed snake,

in a scene played out from Hindu

MONUMENTAL: The Bayon Temple. Moats were created around the temple as an engineering

measure, not as a means of fortification.

mythology.

Like Angkor Wat, Angkor

Thom is surrounded by moats,

which were principally designed

as an engineering measure – not

as fortification. The body of water

helped maintain the structural

balance of the sandstone foundations

of the temple complex,

combating the threat of stones

cracking and slumping.

Once inside the South Gate,

shafts of golden sunlight

streamed through the leafy forest,

as cicadas droned lustily,

cheeky monkeys scampered and

elephants stood sentinel, awaiting

the another day’s toil lugging lazy

tourists about. Mao strongly dissuaded

me about recommending

these treks – sadly these graceful,

lumbering animals are atrociously

treated.

Beyond the forest glade, I stood

before the prize draw, Bayon

Temple, stunned and bedazzled.

It is like nothing else in the land.

A magical, eerie, and mysterious

place, where 54 sculpted towers

pierce the skyline, extravagantly

carved with curiously smiling

faces, as enigmatic as Mona Lisa.

In fact, many locals refer to Bayon

as the Mona Lisa of Southeast

Asia.

No fewer than 216 carved faces,

in deep-relief, infuse the temple

with a soothing, feel-good calm.

It’s the same face, masterfully

replicated, with a broad forehead,

slightly curved lips, downcast

eyes and wide nostrils. The face

is believed to be a depiction of the

king, himself.

The large central tower, or

Prang, is pockmarked with 16

small coves, where kings and high

priests would meditate.

After being abandoned in the

16th-century, in 1933, French

archaeologist George Groslier

excavated the main prang only

to unearth a colossal statue of

King Jayavarman hidden underneath.

As we continued exploring

the temple, we interacted with

beaming elderly matrons selling

Buddhist incense sticks, giving

you the opportunity to make

offerings, in a very non-pushy,

Buddhist way.

I also lapped up the bas-relief

galleries speckling the temple,

depicting an empire full of stories

and legends, illustrating warfare

and spirituality. Check out the

grisly images of crocodiles eating

the carcasses of fallen soldiers.

What a way to go.

You’ll glimpse spear-toting

Khmer soldiers riding elephants,

a crouching lady getting burned

on a fire, a man handing a turtle

to a chef and soldiers sacrificing

a buffalo to ensure good luck in

battle. As much as Angkor Wat

is monumentally magnificent,

it’s the humanity and personality

of Bayon that make it such a

heart-stealer – and my favourite

Angkor temple.

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A Gut Feeling

Digestive health is becoming increasingly important

for improving our overall wellbeing. As there is a

distinct connection between our tummy and our

moods, immunity and even our behaviours, it pays

to follow your gut if you feel out of sorts with

these nutritional enhancer

Dietary fibre is made up of

three types and each play a

different role throughout the

digestive tract. It’s often a

case of balancing them all and not only

supplementing with just one. To ensure

you get enough fibre in your diet: women

should aim for 25 grams to 30 grams

and men 30 grams to 38 grams each day.

Soluble fibre are found in oats, psyllium,

vegetables, fruits with their skin on and

supplements like Metamucil. Insoluble

fibre can be found in wheat bran pasta

and quinoa. Resistant starch is contained

in cold cooked pasta, potatoes and firm,

fresh bananas.

Probiotics and prebiotic foods can help

keep the correct pH balance(acidity to

alkalinity) in our intestines. These ‘good’

bacteria assist with breaking down fibre

in the bowel and produce healthy stool

movements. Probiotics can be found in

supplements, cultured yoghurt, kombucha

drinks and fermented vegetables. Prebiotic

foods are Jerusalem artichokes and raw

garlic, leeks and onions.

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HYDRATE TO ELEVATE

We all know drinking water is important, but the

majority of us simply don’t drink enough even

though we know it makes us feel

great when we do. We look at the benefits and

motivate you to drink more with a few tips on

how to make it just a little more palatable.

With over a quarter of Kiwis

consuming less than two

glasses of water a day

and only 5% drinking

more than the recommended eight, the

message obviously hasn’t hit home on the

importance of hydrating our body.

A recent survey conducted by

SodaStream found that Cantabrians are

particularly guilty when it comes to their

water intake.

With 82% drinking less than six

glasses of water a day, but with over 85%

admitting they feel healthier when they

drink more water, something needs to

be done to bridge the gap in terms of

what we know to be true and what we’re

actually doing about it.

This same survey revealed that

although 41% of us limit how many soft

drinks we consume due to our concerns

over sugar content, the same number

of people said tea or coffee is this their

number one drink of choice.

Some people even believe that the water

consumed in their cup of Joe constitutes

part of their water intake. This is a fallacy.

As caffeine actually dehydrates us, as

does alcohol too, it means we need to

drink even more water to compensate.

Not so surprisingly the reason we don’t

drink nearly enough water is that we

simply forget. Now with apps you can

download direct to your smart phone,

there are no more excuses.

Further studies proved that people

who had a SodaStream machine in their

homes were more likely to drink more

water.

In fact, the study showed that people

drank 30% more water.

For those of us who aren’t used

to drinking water like it’s going

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to increase the fun factor while still

being healthy.

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machine and adding a splash of fresh lemon juice or naturally

squeezed fruit juice, is bound to have a positive impact on

our health and wellbeing.


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