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Jetty decision tomorrow

• By Annabelle Dick

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Jetty Restoration Trust.

The trust has been fighting to

buy the damaged jetty and fully

restore it to save it from being

demolished or abandoned.

Trust member Phil Jackson

said it’s been a long battle but

it’s likely the jetty will be sold to

the trust.

“We’ve been working very

hard for this – it’s an amazing

asset that we don’t want to lose

and there’s a real passion to save

it. A city council staff report

found it’s the number one

option to sell it to the trust but

everything is weighting on the

meeting,” he said.

The jetty has been closed

since the February 22 earthquake,

due to its unsafe condition,

and it’s estimated to cost

more than $3 million to repair.

The city council has been

given four options on what to

do with the jetty – sell it to the

trust to repair and buy it back,

which is the most preferred

option, abandon it, demolish it

or council to undertake repairs.

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Wednesday September 21 2016

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IT’S GREAT to see a community

group taking charge of its situation.

I’m talking about the Governors

Bay Jetty Restoration Trust which

hopefully tomorrow will be able to

buy the earthquake damaged jetty

for $1.

The trust has ambitious plans to

take control of the jetty, raise the

bulk of the $3 million plus needed

to repair it and then sell the jetty

back to the city council for $1.

The city council will then maintain

it in the future.

It’s a fantastic plan by the trust.

The jetty is a real drawcard for the

bay.

The trust has been fighting to buy

the damaged jetty and fully restore

it to save it from being demolished

or abandoned.

You have to applaud them for

that.

It’s a no brainer that the

city council accepts the dollar

tomorrow. – Barry Clarke

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VACANT: Redcliffs Pharmacy owner Daryl Sayer has an empty car park behind his business, which can’t be accessed due to

the closure of Beachville Rd as a result of road works.

Parking nightmare for businesses

• By Annabelle Dick

A PUBLIC car park closure

on Beachville Rd has made

parking a nightmare for

Redcliffs businesses and

customers.

The closure of Beachville Rd

due to road works has blocked

access to the main car park

used by nearby businesses.

SCIRT is working on kerb

and channel installation and

sealing the carriageway at the

southern end of the road.

The car park on Beachville

Rd is the main parking option,

but now people can only park

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Redcliffs Pharmacy owner

Daryl Sayer said the repairs

have been a big hassle to businesses

and people trying to

access them.

“We’ve got a fairly sizeable

car park at the back of the

pharmacy that services the

pharmacy, the fashion shop and

the cafeteria, but that’s inaccessible,”

he said.

The car park behind the Main

Rd shops has room for about 15

to 20 cars.

Mr Sayer said not having

anywhere to park has turned

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“We’re suffering as a result, as

people have nowhere to stop,”

he said.

Redcliffs New World has

tried to remedy the problem by

allowing people to park in their

car park while the work takes

place.

Mr Sayer posted on the pharmacy’s

Facebook page to let

people know the supermarket

is an option if they struggle to

find parking.

“Some people have been

(parking there), but some feel

they can’t so I told people we

had (New World’s) blessing to

do that,” he said.

SCIRT is repairing the southern

corner but the northern

intersection was supposed to be

open to traffic.

Instead, SCIRT has closed

both ends of the road making it

inaccessible.

“They said the Beachville Rd

section should be open, but

they’ve totally closed it off, so

there’s no parking there at all,”

Mr Sayer said.

The repairs are expected to

finish around Monday, September

26, and the intersection will

be reopened.

SCIRT will then move onto

repairing the north end of

Beachville Rd and northern access

will be closed.

INJURED PASSENGER

One person was injured and two

others escaped relatively unscathed

after a car accident in Rapaki on

Sunday night. The car rolled on

Governors Bay Rd coming into

Rapaki at about 9pm. The injured

passenger was taken to hospital by

ambulance with light to moderate

injuries. The scene was cleared 30

minutes after the accident.

TSUNAMI TEST SIREN

A tsunami warning siren test will be

held this Sunday at 11am along the

coastline from Brooklands to Taylors

Mistake. The city council tests the sirens

on the first Sunday of April and

the last Sunday of September each

year. The sirens will last about three

minutes. A network of sirens warn

the public to evacuate coastal areas

when there is a tsunami coming from

a long distance.

ELECTRIC CAR CHARGE

The Hagley-Ferrymead Community

Board will decide whether an electric

vehicle charging station will be

installed on Nayland St in a board

meeting today. If the proposal is

accepted, parking on the south side

of Nayland St will be restricted to

a 60 minute time limit and will

be reserved for electric vehicles to

charge their batteries. In October

2015, the city council adopted the

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Wednesday September 21 2016

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Voting in the local body elections closes on October 8. Bay Harbour News asked candidates to send

in why they should get your vote. Bay Harbour News area is covered by two wards – Heathcote

and Banks Peninsula. A city councillor is elected from each, except for Banks Peninsula where city

councillor Andrew Turner stands unopposed. Two people will be selected from the Heathcote ward

to be on the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board. Two people will be selected from the

ashion

Akaroa subdivison for the Banks Peninsula Community Board, but not in the Lyttelton subdivision

where Jed O’Donoghue and Christine Wilson stand unopposed, the Mt Herbert subdivision where Felix Dawson and John McLister stand unopposed

and the Wairewa subdivision where Tori Peden stands unopposed.

Heathcote ward – city councillor

Paul Lonsdale

I have served three years as councillor

for the Hagley-Ferrymead ward. We

have been busy with a lot of planning

Gardening

and decision-making around building

resilience for the future and working

closely with the affected communities on how we achieve

that. Throughout this term I have always been accessible

even during times of heavy workload. This has enabled

me to develop an intimate knowledge and understanding

of all the local issues. We have come a long way from

three years ago and I believe consistency will be essential

in the coming term to continue on the solid path we have

created.

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Heathcote ward – community board

Dr Tim Lindley

I am a former business development

manager for a CRI, with a highly

collaborative working style. I have

volunteered extensively within many

communities – for three years chairman

of the Christchurch Coastal Pathway Group; six years as

minister’s

asty

support person, St

Bites

Ambrose Church, cafe, and

food bank, Aranui; and many years as vestry member

All Saints Sumner. I have run several fundraisers for stop

abuse and aid programmes. On the Coastal Pathway

project I worked closely with the city council and

community board. If elected I will ensure our community

board understands the diverse communities within its

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Sara Templeton

I love where I live in Heathcote Valley

at the centre of our ward. We have been

here nearly 20 years and have been

involved in many local community

groups and activities. Chairing the

Hagley-Ferrymead Community Board for the last three

years has given me the governance experience and

relationships necessary to be an effective councillor

best able to represent our ward. Christchurch needs

councillors who are connected to their wards and have

a vision for our city, who understand both the value of

community and have a head for business.

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Heathcote ward – community board Darrell Latham

(Independent)

As a Sumner Community Residents’ Association member

I have written submissions relating to the coastal pathway,

reserves, fencing, footpaths and, other geotechnical works.

I prepared the association’s annual plan and briefed the

mayor and city councillors. As a member of Christchurch

Coastal Residents United together we achieved a review of the city

council’s coastal hazards policy. My background is as a teacher, education

centre director and university senior lecturer. Genuine partnerships create

strong, effective and resilient communities. Therefore, I support more

decision-making being devolved to the local community board level. I

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Heathcote ward – community board

Rosemary Neave (The People’s

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I work from home in Redcliffs helping

communities develop their online

presence. I am secretary of Sustainable

Otautahi Christchurch and treasurer

of Viva! with its focus on building sustainable urban

villages. I want to share my skills and extend the strong

networks in our community. Community boards

are an opportunity to involve local communities in

decision-making. Having a safe walking route to our

newly reclaimed Redcliffs School is a priority for our

community, we need to put our case strongly to the city

council. Finishing our Coastal Pathway and supporting

local businesses are also priorities. Vote for Rosemary:

Let’s do it!

Other candidates standing

• Heathcote ward city

councillor, Malcolm Davis

• Heathcote ward, Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board, Una O’Grady

• Akaroa subdivision, Banks

Peninsula Board, Janis Haley,

Keith Molloy, Pam Richardson

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Heathcote ward – community board

Craig Todd

Having lived in the Heathcote ward the majority

of my life I have been lucky to enjoy the benefits

this community has to offer. With greater powers

for decision making being handed to community

boards, if elected I would work hard, listen to and

make sure the community voice is heard in regards

to facilities and infrastructure to achieve the best outcome for all.

I believe I have the passion and experience to make a valuable

contribution to the well-being and benefit of our community.

After six years of Government-appointed commissioners

at the helm, people can once again cast a vote for

representation onto the Environment Canterbury. The

area is represented by the Christchurch Constituency, with

four candidates to be elected.

Dr Cynthia

Roberts

(People’s

Choice):

I am an ecologist

and I live on

the estuary. I

am passionate

about protecting Canterbury’s

drinking water, our waterways

and our coastline. Like us,

our native species depend

on a healthy, flourishing

environment to thrive. In

standing for ECan, I want to

use my scientific skills to find

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solutions to more sustainably

managing our environment

including improving our

public transport. I bring to

the role skills and qualities

gained as a parent, a teacher, in

tertiary management, running

an ecotourism business and as

a science advisor for DOC.

In the

lead-up

to the

local body

elections,

Bay Harbour News asked city councillor candidates

their views on a topical issue within the community. This

week, we ask Heathcote ward city council candidates

what they think the city council should do in response to

homeowners’ pleas to remove coastal hazard information

the Coastal Hazards Assessment Report.

Elections 16

City councillor Paul Lonsdale: Residents and ratepayers need

to be assured that I am working at city council level on this issue. It

was very positive that the mayor met with members of Christchurch

Coastal Residents United recently. We are now working together

around the whole issue of coastal hazards going forward. The issue

of coastal hazards is a serious one for Christchurch and coastal

residents. The Tonkin & Taylor report was subjected to a second

expert peer review which found problems with aspects of the report

and recommended changes be made. It is clear that the scientific

experts believe that the report as it currently stands requires further

research and work. We need to ensure that the information that we

use is the correct information and currently this is not the case. I

am committed to working towards ensuring that any coastal hazard

information used is the correct information. ​

City councillor Sara Templeton: Climate change and

subsequent impacts of sea level rise are going to be one of the most

important issues for the next city council to address. Open and

transparent communication with the wider community is going to

be essential. While there is vocal opposition to the information being

on LIMS there are also many thousands of people who haven’t had

the chance to express an opinion and there are many who realise that

issues such as coastal inundation and erosion cannot be ignored.

I have not seen the current wording, but the city council is legally

obliged to identify a hazard on a LIM if it is aware of one. This is to

protect future owners of properties. Coastal hazards are an issue

around the country and a more consistent approach is needed. A

National Policy Statement should be in place and the Government

need to step up and start discussions on one.

Jetty decision

tomorrow

• From page 1

“The trust is proposing we

rebuild the jetty in the same

position and in the same manner

that it would be a completely

new structure on top of the old

one. It would have significant

advantages like it will need less

maintenance in the years to

come,” said Mr Jackson.

The city council has no money

to undertake the repairs so

residents requested city council

support to restore the jetty in a

community-led project.

The trust was set up in April

last year with a panel including

a land surveyor, a civil engineer

and a lawyer who are investigating

methods of restoring the

jetty and a fundraising strategy.

“The make up of the trust is

what gave council the confidence

in the first place to back it,” he

said.

If the preferred proposal is

accepted, the trust will buy the

jetty off the city council for $1,

undertake the restoration, before

selling it back to the city council

for $1.

The city council has attributed

$535,000 to go towards the cost

of fixing the jetty.

If the proposal to sell the jetty

is approved, the trust will then

look at fundraising the remaining

cost of the restoration.

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Wednesday September 21 2016

News

Bid to stop river rubbish

Teenager injured in

Cave Rock fall

• By Annabelle Dick

A YOUNG man has been left

seriously injured after falling off

Cave Rock on Saturday night.

Two young men climbed the

off-limit rock before one fell at

about 11.30pm.

St John and the Sumner

Volunteer Fire Brigade attended

the scene to help rescue the man

who was stuck between the rock

and containers.

The teenager was unable to

walk and had to be carried out

by emergency services.

“The fall was about seven metres

and as far as his health was

concerned he was conscious but

he had to be lifted out,” chief fire

officer Daryl Sayer said.

Cave Rock has been closed

off since January 2012 due to

rockfall risk and is undergoing

repair work.

Mr Sayer said there was dozens

of teenagers hanging around

the area that night, but he didn’t

notice any of them drinking on

the beach as he was tending to

the injured man.

“There was lots of kids around

but there’s always kids around

playing Pokemon GO,” he said.

Mr Sayer said this is the first

time they’ve seen someone fall

off the rock and he hopes people

are more careful as we head into

summer.

Work on Cave Rock will

continue and it is expected to

open again about Christmas

time.

• By Cailtin Miles and Annabelle

Dick

RIVER HEALTH advocates

want to see rubbish nets installed

to fix an ongoing littering

problem in the lower Heathcote

River and Avon/Heathcote

estuary.

Opawaho Heathcote River

Network co-chairwoman Helene

Mautner and Avon-Heathcote

Estuary/Ihutai Trust member,

Tanya Jenkins presented a deputation

to the city council about

re-installing booms in the rivers

to stop so much rubbish and debris

from being left in the rivers.

Booms are nets that allow the

water to run through them but

catch rubbish and stop it from

flowing down the river. Dr Mautner

wants to see them placed in

rivers throughout the city.

“It’s important to us to get the

rivers around the city clean again

and booms will start helping

with that process,” Dr Mautner

said.

The lower Heathcote River

and the estuary are of particular

concern as they are one of the

biggest problem areas for litter.

Last year alone, more than

three tonnes of rubbish was

collected from the lower

Heathcote over a five kilometre

distance.

RUBBISH: The lower Heathcote River has become a problem

area with volunteers collecting more than three tonnes of

rubbish over five kilometres. ​

Earlier this year, 20 tonnes

of rubbish was collected over

186km of river bank throughout

the city.

In both 2015 and 2014, the

Heathcote catchment also recorded

the poorest water quality

of all the catchments in Christchurch.

Avon-Heathcote Estuary/

Ihutai Trust co-ordinator Tanya

Jenkins said the city council need

to target the lower Heathcote as

that’s where the rubbish gathers.

“Everything that comes down

the river from all over the city

goes to the lower Heathcote and

we have the opportunity to catch

it before it goes into the estuary,”

she said.

“It’s our main concern because

everything goes into there where

we have all this wildlife and it

ends up in the ocean where we

have marine life and sea birds

who eat it and it kills them.”

City council land drainage

manager Keith Davidson said

staff are happy to investigate

booms but, at the moment, there

was no money allocated for their

re-installment.

“There would be a capital cost

of stabilising the banks and

reinstating the booms, perhaps

in the order of $50,000 each,

together with increased annual

operational costs that are not

currently planned or provided

for,” Mr Davidson said.

Following city council staff investigations,

a recommendation

of installing the booms will be

passed on to the city council so it

can look at allocating funding in

the next long term plan.

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Tuesday 11 October 9-4pm

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Strengthening Our Communities

Our Communities

For a stronger, more resilient

Christchurch we need thriving

communities. We need places for

people of all ages to connect; local

facilities and businesses; a healthy

environment – and to be engaged

meaningfully, in the regeneration

of our city.

We have many connected, strong

neighbourhoods in the Bays area.

However, over the last three years

I have also worked in Linwood,

Woolston, Phillipstown and

Bromley where their communities

are struggling. There are fantastic

community groups working in

these areas, with passionate

volunteers and a vision for their

neighbourhoods, but they need the

local facilities, policy framework

and financial support to enable

them to grow their capacity and

reach.

How do we best support our local

independent businesses?

When you elected me in 2013

I was excited. Councillors had

made promises of greater local

decision making and earlier, more

meaningful engagement with

communities. However, this hasn’t

happened. Community Boards

have fewer delegations now than

they did when we started and

engagement has been poorly

resourced and patchy.

Christchurch has many diverse

communities, but little diversity

in representation and decision

making. With diverse experience

comes a wider range of

viewpoints and a more robust,

thorough discussion of the issues.

Council currently struggles in its

understanding of and engagement

with the community and a

community perspective is needed

around the table to change this.

Redcliffs Community come together to

protest for retaining the local school.

Our schools are important parts of our

communities and need safe travel routes

for our children to walk and bike to.

One of the projects I’m most proud

of this term is Chairing the Victoria

Square Independent Reference

Group as we oversaw CERA’s

consultation process. It was a

diverse group and we worked hard

to ensure that the public’s desire

for a restored Victoria Square was

upheld.

I love where I live in Heathcote

Valley at the centre of our new

ward. Our family have lived here

almost 20 years, during which time

we have been involved in many of

the community groups throughout

the area.

I am a founding member of the

Heathcote Village Project and

Heathcote Village Garden and am a

Justice of the Peace and a member

of the Bridge to Rocks Timebank.

Our Environment

Two of the long term issues facing

Christchurch are water quality and

the impacts of climate change.

Fresh water is one of our most

precious resources and needs

protecting. In Christchurch our

urban rivers, the Heathcote/

Opawaho and Avon/Otakaro are

both polluted and in need of

more care. We also need robust

national water quality standards

that ensure rivers are clean and

healthy enough for us to swim in,

and greater protections for our

aquifers.

Council needs to start engaging

with our communities over sea

level rise and how we collectively

adapt to it. It needs to be a

meaningful conversation with

good information, so that we can

make decisions together about

how we approach it. We also need

to start mitigating our impacts

on the climate by measuring our

carbon footprint as a city and

setting clear goals to reduce it.

Safe and sustainable transport

options are one of the best ways

to start reducing our impact on the

environment. I’ve started cycling

again this year for the first time

since university and am keen to

see the major cycleways projects

and Coastal Pathway completed to

ensure others can too.

I had a career in teaching prior

to having children and was a

small business owner before the

earthquakes – at which point I sold

it to concentrate on the recovery of

my community.

My connections to the ward

have been developed over many

years and it’s important that our

representatives are accessible. It

shouldn’t take a drive across town to

catch up with your councillor.

Planting fruit trees in Birdsey Reserve.

Reforestation of our hills and gullies is

also happening in some places – more

would be great!

Your Vote Counts

Chairing the Hagley-Ferrymead

Community Board for the

last three years has given me

the governance experience

and community relationships

necessary to be an effective

councillor best able to represent

our ward.

Our city needs councillors who

are connected to their wards

and have a vision for the city,

who understand both the value

of community and have a head

for business – I am one of those

people and I need your vote to do

this work.

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Our People

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Eddie Simon

PAGE 9

From John Denver to Sumner

Canadian Eddie Simon has

lived in Sumner for 11 years.

He has played alongside

country music icon John

Denver and is a New

Zealand Gold Guitar winner.

Annabelle Dick talked to

him about his experience

in the industry and a

new programme he has

launched to get local talent

into the recording studio.

So you’re a musician by trade

Eddie, is that right?

Yeah that’s right – I’m a professional

musician, recording artist

and I’ve worked as a music producer

and sound engineer.

How long have you been a

musician?

Pretty much all my life, really.

I started back in the music business

in 1970 at the age of 12. I’m

from Saskatchewan, Canada, so

I started back there. I grew up in

a musical family and we sang at

home and at church and school

and community events, and it

just evolved from there to getting

into concerts and television, radio

and into the recording studio

in my teens.

Wow, you’ve spent a long time

PERFORMER: Singer-songwriter Eddie Simon works from his studio at his home in Scarborough

Hill.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

in the industry – what are some

of the highlights?

There’s many. One of the biggest

ones for me was when I was

in concert with John Denver

– that was back in the mid 90s.

I had performed at a helicopter

skiing resort in British Columbia

in the Rocky Mountains in

Canada, and Mike Wiegele, who

ran the helicopter ski resort,

organised for John Denver and

I to do a show together. So we

played for all the skiers, staff and

all the people who lived in Blue

River, British Columbia. We did

a show for about and hour and a

half together and there was only

about 150 people in this big lodge

so it was an incredible intimate

setting and I was smiling from

ear to ear. He was the nicest guy

and we got to hang out for four

days and I got to know him and

he’s such a story teller – everyone

would just sit there and listen

to him tell these incredible stories.

We had banter and chatted

back and forth and shared casual

beers together so it was pretty

cool.

That sounds amazing! I’ve

heard you’ve worked with some

other high-profile figures as

well?

I’ve been on stage with a lot of

other celebrities. I worked with

Alan Thicke – he had his own TV

show, the Alan Thicke Show, in

Vancouver, and he’s also noted

for Family Ties and Growing

Pains. I knew his wife Gloria

Loring – we’d done telethons

together . . . I worked with a lot

of artists at telethons. But Alan

came and performed five songs

with me on stage with my band.

I worked with John Conlee out

in Nashville. I’ve worked with

Kevin Churko and Cory Churko

and they’ve been on all of Shania

Twain’s CDs. Kevin’s producing

stuff with Ozzy Osbourne and

Cory’s now working with Kelly

Clarkson, Elton John and Justin

Timberlake and the list goes on

and on. It’s hard to remember

everything, but when you’ve

done it for so many years, it just

becomes part of what you do.

Can you tell me about yourself

as a musician?

I grew up playing country,

blues and gospel music, so that

was a lot of the festivals and

shows I did. I played piano when

I was younger and then I got into

guitar playing and never looked

back. •Continued on page 10

SCIRT programme on

the home straight

SCIRT’s five year programme of repairs to pipes, roads, bridges and retaining

walls is almost complete and we’re aiming to finish construction in December.

The City Council and NZ Transport Agency will continue completing ongoing

repairs to the city's earthquake-damaged infrastructure after SCIRT.

Progress in your neighbourhood

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

by mid October.

• Governors Bay water main repairs were completed in August.

• Lyttelton is still busy with ongoing retaining wall repairs, underground pipe and roading

repairs will continue through to the end of the year.

• Work on Evans Pass retaining wall has started with rock stabilisation, and will be

finished by December.

• The large project in Mt Pleasant and Heathcote repairing wastewater, storm water

and roading is due to be completed by November.

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

Want

more

info?

Email:

info@scirt.co.nz

Phone:

941 8999

Find out about work

in your area:

www.scirt.co.nz

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info@scirt.co.nz to get our:

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• David Oliver, Project Manager with SCIRT’s Fulton Hogan team

in Lyttelton.

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Wednesday September 21 2016

Our People

Eddie Simon

•Continued from page 9

I played in my first band at

12-years-old and kept on from

there. I play several instruments

now, including guitar and piano,

of course, and ukulele, mandolin,

bass guitar, so I’m a bit of a

multi- instrumentalist. Then I

got into music producing

in Canada and

I had a studio

there and a

couple of studios

here in New

Zealand now.

So I was not

only producing

my own music,

but I ended up

producing

stuff

for

television, radio and film, and

other people’s CDs and voice

overs. I played with Lone Star

Cattle Company, which is a

country rock recording group in

Canada. They’ve had a number of

hits out so I was the lead guitarist

and one of the lead singers for the

band. One of the biggest shows

we did was Expo in Vancouver

in 1986 – we performed to

well over 100,000 people. I

also used to sing the

national Canadian

anthem at the big

stadiums for the football,

soccer and also baseball

games, and you get about

50,000 to 60,000 people in

the stadiums there. I

also had my own TV show in

Canada, it was a blues music

show called Blues on White. I also

had my own radio show here in

Christchurch on Plains FM for

a short time called Boomers Bay,

which was aimed towards the

baby boomers, so music from the

50s, 60s and 70s era.

How did it feel performing

in front of tens of thousands of

people? That must have been

pretty nerve wracking?

When you get in front of a

big crowd like that, well, for me

personally, it’s just such a natural

high and it’s definitely a big buzz.

It’s really exciting and you can

feel the adrenaline going . . . it’s

hard to put into words sometimes.

What about your family –

were they very musical?

There was 11 kids and mum

and dad. Out of that, just three of

us ended up performing professionally,

so myself and my two

sisters, Margaret and Pat. We

did some recording together and

did some TV shows and festivals

etc etc, and basically, if anything

came along, whether it be a wedding

or community event, we

were there so we got to be quite

well known and respected. My

sisters went on to being awardwinning

singers in Canada and

they were asked to be on TV and

go into studios and do back up

vocals on other people’s CDs.

As a Canadian native, what

prompted the move to New

Zealand?

I’d gone through a divorce, and

I’m a spiritual person, so I said a

little prayer and I wanted to find

another partner and I said, even

if I have to go to the ends of the

earth to find her, I will and she

ended up being in New Zealand.

Her girlfriend had moved to

Canada and I ran across her

when I was out for coffee and

we got chatting and she said: “I

have the perfect person for you

in Christchurch, New Zealand,

and her name is Tracy.” Anyway,

she put us in touch and we hit it

off and next thing you know I’m

selling everything in Canada and

moving to New Zealand. I’ve just

celebrated 11 years being in New

Zealand now.

How are you enjoying life in

Christchurch?

It’s pretty special living here.

I like how everybody’s really

friendly and you get to know

your neighbours. I’ve liked becoming

a part of the community

and getting involved in the local

church and events. The response

from people has been absolutely

fantastic and the community

have been very supportive of my

career throughout Christchurch.

I’ve had the chance to travel

around the country and do some

gigs so overall it’s been a positive

move and I’m excited to be here.

I’m ready to take it to the next

level with my business.

So what is it like being a musician

in New Zealand?

It’s great. I’ve been to Hanmer

Springs, Lake Tekapo, Queenstown

. . . I’ve been to the West

Coast, Hokitika, Napier, Wellington

and I’ve got a show coming

up in Auckland. I was in Stars in

Their Eyes TV show in 2008 here

in New Zealand as Leo Sayer. In

Gore in 2008, I won three Gold

Guitar awards for top instrumentalist

and for being one of the top

three in the vocalist and song

writing category.

Tell me about your studio you

run from home.

I have a studio called Acoustic

Wave at my home. I’ve been

working at the Rockshop store

for nine and a half years and a

short time after I’d been there,

they asked me to be an acoustic

guitar specialist and I got really

into acoustic instruments. I also

live out on Scarborough Hill

by the sea, so Acoustic Wave

just seemed to fit. So I’ve been

doing that and I’ve also got into

video production and digital

photography. My focus is to

leave a legacy and I’m trying to

help up-and-coming artists. So

I’m reaching out to singers and

songwriters and acoustic guitar

players who are trying to make

something of their career and, if

there’s something I can do with

all the experience I have to help

out, then I’m down.

You can find out more

about Eddie Simon and get

in contact with him at www.

eddiesimonmusic.com


Wednesday September 21 2016

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PAGE 11

Spring Is In The Air

Market Comment with Craig Prier

Well Spring has definitely sprung! After a steady winter our phones are now red hot with both

buyers and sellers deciding to make a move. In fact the last few years have shown us that

September through to November is traditionally one of the busiest parts of the year. And it’s

easy to see why. Warmer weather, longer days, blossoms and fresh growth on the trees, the

sound of lawnmowers and the tantalising smell of backyard bbq’s. Yes, it’s a great time

of year.

Add to the mix low interest rates and a city that is in full growth mode with low

unemployment and a positive outlook then it’s easy to understand why people want

to be part of it. Our open homes over the past few weeks have been incredibly busy.

Some of our agents are reporting dozens of buyers turning up to view either at open

homes or by private appointment. Well done to the property owners who have invested in

great marketing programmes. It certainly makes a difference with the type of response you can

expect and just goes to show, “you can’t sell a secret”. The owners who have taken the time to

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News

Green light for nature reserve

Fashion


• By Annabelle Dick

DEVELOPMENT of the

proposed Redcliffs Nature

Reserve on the Christchurch

Coastal Pathway has been

given the go ahead after

receiving a donation of

services.

Downer has agreed to do the

complex land-forming works, to

the detailed design by Wraight

& Associates, at no cost to the

Gardening

Coastal Pathway project.

Downer is already on site

working on the Beachville Rd

seawall repair for the coastal

pathway and they have volunteered

their services after they

finish the seawall work.

The 6.5km pathway will

extend from Ferrymead to

Motoring

Scarborough Hill and the

Christchurch Coastal Pathway

Group have found spots along

the route for special development.

After reaching the amount

of funding needed, the flat

gravelled area opposite Redcliffs

Park will now be turned

into a nature reserve.

Tasty Bites

“This is one of the highlights

of the pathway. The reserve

will have hummocks and native

plants, which will attract

estuarine bird life closer to the

ARTIST IMPRESSION: An early concept illustration of how the reserve area might look

when approached from the causeway end of the Ferrymead to Sumner pathway. ​

estuary edge while providing

a special stopping place along

the Coastal Pathway,” Coastal

Pathway Group funding manager

Dr Tim Lindley said.

Prior to drawing up concept

designs, community workshops

identified this small

section of the Coastal Pathway

as ideal for bird watching and

establishing a more naturallooking

edge to the estuary.

The reserve design had been

widely consulted on with the

Redcliffs community and

work will start in the next two

weeks.

The pathway group and city

council held a community

workshop for residents and estuary

stakeholders to discuss

the plans ranging from mostly

asphalt to mostly naturalised.

The final plan represents the

most highly naturalised version

modified by including a

turning circle for boat trailers

and additional boat and trailer

parking.

The project will go ahead

thanks to funding from the

Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure

Rebuild Team and

Coastal Pathway project funds

and a service donation from

Downer.

The native plants will be

funded by a grant from the

Pacific Development and Conservation

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Wednesday September 21 2016

News

Sumner resident Bridget Coles drove away in her new Holden Spark

on Monday thanks to Redcliffs New World. The car was one of many

to be won by lucky shoppers throughout the country in New World’s

Biggest Ever Car Giveaway. More than $2 million worth of cars were

won, which equates to one vehicle for every New World store.

WINNER: Blackwells sales consultant Lisa lynch, Bridget Coles (winner) and New World

owner/operator Julia Spence.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

SCIRT spends

less in peninsula

• By Annabelle Dick

BANKS PENINSULA has

received the least funding

for infrastructure repairs out

of any ward in the city from

the Stronger Christchurch

Infrastructure Rebuild Team.

While SCIRT only has five per

cent of its infrastructure repair

work to go, they have released

information on where the $2.2

billion has been allocated within

the city.

The Banks Peninsula Ward has

received $52m, the lowest amount

allocated to any ward, while the

Hagley-Ferrymead Ward has

received $544m – the second

highest in the city.

In Banks Peninsula, retaining

walls have eaten up $43m of the

$52m spent.

The biggest cost driver in

Hagley-Ferrymead has been

wastewater infrastructure which

has cost $350m.

SCIRT puts Banks Peninsula’s

small expenditure in comparison

to other wards down to

population.

About 8580 people live in

Banks Peninsula, compared to

49,000 in the Hagley-Ferrymead

Ward.

SCIRT said there are fewer

underground pipes in the Bank

Peninsula Ward because there are

fewer people living there than in

other city council wards.

Also, before the earthquakes,

there had been an infrastructure

renewal programme in the Banks

Peninsula Ward by the city

council.

More than half of SCIRT’s

work has been in the Burwood-

Pegasus Ward, where damage to

wastewater pipes and

pump stations was more

extensive, ultimately amounting

to $680m.

When SCIRT finishes the citywide

infrastructure repairs, the

city council and the New Zealand

Transport Agency will carry out

the remaining road work.

SCIRT is in its final three

months of work.

Restoring Port Saddle

• By Annabelle Dick

DOZENS OF school children,

volunteers and Lyttelton Port of

Christchurch staff turned their

fingers green for a restoration day

on Port Saddle.

The school pupils weeded,

mulched and planted in the newly-established

lizard habitat area,

while other volunteers helped

with gorse control and weeding

on the lower slopes.

Herpetologist Marieke Lettink

was also on-site to speak about

the lizards that live in the area

and their habitat.

The Port Saddle project covers

a 17ha area of LPC-owned land

backing onto Urumau Reserve,

above the eastern edge of Lyttelton

township.

The land has been identified

for community recreational

use, ecological protection and

enhancement of the indigenous

flora and fauna.

This long term project is being

undertaken by LPC with the

Banks Peninsula Conservation

Trust which works to protect and

enhance indigenous biodiversity

found on Banks Peninsula.

“I’m very pleased to see our

biodiversity enhancement, and in

cycle and walking tracks within

the area, will provide a great environment

and better connectivity

for Lyttelton locals – human and

fauna. This is something that the

community clearly told us they

wanted as a part of the Lyttelton

Port Recovery Plan process and

it is great that we are now underway.”

Bedworld Bay Harbour News Sept 13

Monique BPCT Karl chairman Mark Christensen

said the trust and LPC

9x8

team members, local kids and

community members MMA1065 working intend to provide the local community

with more hands on

side by side. The Port Saddle

project is a key component of opportunities to help in the

our commitment to enhance the project.

ecology and environment of the “We are thrilled to be working

harbour area for future generations,”

said LPC chief executive Saddle, and we hope to get more

in partnership with LPC on Port

Peter Davie.

Lyttelton locals along to help with

“We think that investing in the the project.”

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at Port Saddle. ​

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F E R R Y M E A D G O L F

The Lyttelton Rugby Club would like to thank all their sponsors

for their support for our 51st annual Titahi Bay Trip 2016

Kelly Smith- coach

DICK

BROWN

Caleb Aitcheson

Hineata McGregor - manager

Max Arrandale

The Lyttelton

Rugby Club

hosted the

Norths

(Titahi Bay)

U12’s for the

51st Annual

Lyttelton v

Norths (Titahi Bay)

trip last weekend 9th-11th

September 2016. The

Lyttelton match was played

in warm weather, with the

match being closely contested

until the last quarter,

when Norths (Titahi Bay)

took control and won the

match 39 to 10. The Lyttelton

team took confidence from

the match and trained hard

for the return match in Titahi

Bay the following weekend

16th-18th September 2016.

In typical Wellington

weather, windy and wet,

played with both teams

showing good skills under

the conditions with Lyttelton

having the edge in the

Forwards and Norths (Titahi

Bay) in Backs.

Although,

Norths (Titahi

Bay), with the

wind in the

first half got

out to an early

lead the

Lyttelton team

fought hard and attacked

the opposition goal line for

the majority of the second

half to lose the match 26-10

to a spirited and good

defensive Norths (Titahi

Bay) team. The match was

watched by a good crowd

with 19 Adults from

Lyttelton travelling up to

Wellington to support the

team. A special thank you

must go out to all our

sponsors and supporters for

this Annual trip, especially to

MUNZ Local 43 Lyttelton

Branch of the Maritime

Union of NZ and The

Lyttelton Port of

Christchurch for their generous

support.

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Rob Arrandale -assistant coach

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TTELTON

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Mel Hubber (nee Lowen)

Owner Operator

No. of years in travel: 22 years

No. of countries visited: 57

Travel for me has been a way of life over

a twenty year career. I consider

my travel style to be ‘active

relaxation’ and love beaches,

mountains and different

cultures in particular Europe.

I love local cuisine, markets

and historical sites.

I have a wealth of knowledge

to help put the pieces of

a complex travel jigsaw

together.

CONTACT MEL

Email: mellowen@hot.co.nz

Phone: 376 4018

Kim Beswick

Owner Operator

No. of years in travel: 10 years

No. of countries visited: 114

I have travelled to 114 countries

on all continents. I love sharing

my expertise on cruising,

having worked onboard

cruise ships for 8 years.

Travel is a way of life for

me, & I love helping my

clients to plan their own

amazing holidays and

adventure.

CONTACT KIM

Email: kbeswick@hot.co.nz

Phone: 376 4019

Nicky De Clifford

Travel Specialist

No. of years in travel: 23 years

No. of countries visited: 30

Having a young child I am always on the look-out for

great family holiday destinations.

Recent visits include the

Sunshine Coast and Thailand

which offer great value

accommodation, excellent

weather and food and the

locals are super friendly

and just love kids! Other

family destinations I can

recommend are Hawaii,

Bali, Fiji and Rarotonga.

CONTACT NICKY

Email: ndeclifford@hot.co.nz

Phone: 376 4031

Anna O’Dell

Travel Specialist

No. of years in travel: 2 years

No. of countries visited: 36

Having travelled extensively I

thoroughly enjoy immersing

myself in the rich culture of

any destination I get the

opportunity to visit. Travel is

my passion & I love helping

clients create an unforgettable

experience that is uniquely

their own!

Alisha Russell

Travel Specialist

No. of years in travel: 1 years

No. of countries visited: 32

I have travelled to over 35 different

countries and my “to-do” list is

forever growing! Europe with

its history and culture is a

definite favourite of mine.

For me, travel is inspiring

and transformative - it allows

you to learn more about the

world around you, and in

the process, more about

yourself.

Harriet Babe

Travel Specialist

No. of years in travel: 1 years

No. of countries visited: 22

I love travel- to enjoy different cuisine,

culture, history, scenery, people

and their language. You feel a

sense of richness of a culture,

especially accessing places

that are so remote and

untouched. Sports games

are a highlight of most of my

holidays as well as exploring

national parks!

CONTACT ANNA

Email: annao@hot.co.nz

Phone: 376 4036

CONTACT ALISHA

Email: alishar@hot.co.nz

Phone: 376 4023

CONTACT HARRIET

Email: harriets@hot.co.nz

Phone: 376 4027

Melanie Bartram

Travel Specialist

No. of years in travel: 20 years

No. of countries visited: 53

With an extensive travel background and a never

ending bucket list, to me travel is

addictive. Travel is an awe inspiring

journey of discovery which fuels

the soul and makes you richer.

Having lived in four different

countries, five years on cruise

ships and twenty years industry

experience, let me inspire

you on your next travel

adventure to create those

unforgettable memories.

CONTACT MELANIE

Email: melanieb@hot.co.nz

Phone: 376 4021

Melissa Bannister

Sales Support

No. of years in travel: 16

No. of countries visited: 14

I am the newest member to the House of Travel

Ferrymead team, but I join them

with years of invaluable travel

experience within the industry.

My most recent role was as

a sales representative for a

large international coach tour

company. I love being able to

help others plan the holiday

of their dreams and come

back with stories and

memories that will last

a lifetime.

CONTACT MELISSA

Email: melissab@hot.co.nz

Phone: 376 4022

Shannon O’Brien

Concierge/Sales Support

I love to travel and have been to some great countries

so far however there are many more I am longing

to explore!. While I am relatively

new to the industry I am your

first point of contact when

you come into our office

and I hope to make you feel

welcome! I support the sales

team with the construction

of your holiday, something

I find truly rewarding and

enjoyable.

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Email: shannono@hot.co.nz

Phone: 376 4038


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Wednesday September 21 2016

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PAGE 19

Your Local Views

Weather is unpredictable –

check before heading out

ews

• BY GARY MANCH,


NAVIGATIONAL SAFETY OFFICER,

LYTTELTON

SPRING IS such a delightful

time of the year.

The blossom trees are

blooming and daffodils are

standing tall in lush, green

ashion

fields. It makes you feel grateful

to be alive as we enjoy better

weather and longer days.

However, this nirvana I speak

of can change very quickly.

When I was driving to work last

week, there was a thick, low fog

with visibility to almost 50m.

This made me think about

how quickly weather can

Gardening

change. It can be perfect one

minute and rubbish the next.

I’ve never been caught out by

bad weather in a boat but I have,

on the odd occasion, had to

ride my motor-cycle home in a

southerly downpour. This is not

much fun, I can tell you.

The beauty of riding my

motor-cycle during bad weather

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being close to a spot where we

can moor up, grab a coffee and

wait for the squall to pass.

Checking the weather and

conditions before heading out

on the ocean, lake or river is

absolutely crucial. Every water

body has its own hazards

which need to be reviewed

properly before heading out for

the day.

Here’s a scenario to consider:

A jet boater decides to go up

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The river is initially low, but as

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I’ll leave you with this

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what we get, but we make a life

by what we give.” – Winston

Churchill.

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Green MP Eugenie

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outlets in the city

and their impact on

community health and

obesity rates

THERE IS increasing community

concern about the number of fastfood

outlets around local schools

such as Linwood College because

of the message it sends children

about poor food choices. I’m

interested in community views on

whether there should be a levy on

sugary soft drinks to encourage

students and parents to make

healthier choices.

Obesity is overtaking tobacco

as the major cause of preventable

illness and death in New

Zealand. One in four adult New

Zealanders either has type two

diabetes or has pre-diabetes

and is at risk of getting type two

diabetes.

By 2021, the cost of treating

type two diabetes is expected to

be more than $2 billion. This will

swamp our health services and

swallow a chunk of the current

annual $15 billion health budget.

Sugar is driving our obesity epidemic

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rates. The revenue it generates

could be ploughed back into

health promotion programmes.

Our smoking rates have declined

with Government action

to change environmental factors

around tobacco. These have

included higher excise taxes on

tobacco, and the Smoke-free Environments

Act which restricts

where and how tobacco can be

sold and outlaws tobacco advertising

and sponsorship.

Sugar is robbing our children

of their health and knocking

years off their life expectancy.

We could follow UK’s lead and

put children’s health and wellbeing

ahead of the interests of the

junk food industry.

The governments of the UK,

Mexico, France and Norway all

have such a levy. A tax on sugary

drinks is supported by the New

Zealand Medical Association and

the World Health Organisation.

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Wednesday September 21 2016

SCHOOLS

Happy birthday

SCHOOLS

Roald Dahl

Diamond Harbour School celebrated the 100th birthday of Roald

Dahl who was a British novelist, short story writer, poet, screenwriter,

and fighter pilot. His books have sold more than 250 million copies

worldwide. He died in 1990. The children made play dough sweets

from Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory, made curled paper beards for

Mr Twit, drew around each other to make BFG’s and enjoyed a quiz.

SPORTS

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SWEET SHOP: Children

make play dough sweets

INSPIRED: Pupils draw

giants in honour of Roald

Dahl’s BFG book.

Pupils enjoy skiing and snow

IT’S BEEN a busy week for Our

Lady Star of the Sea School pupils.

The year 5-8 pupils went on

their annual ski trip to Mt Hutt.

The children go on a ski trip

every year from year 5 through to

year 8. The weather was magical,

with great snow and everyone

had a blast.

Year 7 pupil Lucy Walker

also organised a Mufti Day

for Maddie. Maddie is from

Christchurch who is raising

money for a kidney transplant.

This was totally generated by

pupils and led by Lucy.

LYTTELTON Primary School

has been fitted out with a new

playground after officially

opening its school premises in

June.

The playground was opened

on September 12 by pupils who

sung the school waiata.

Principal Diana Feary said the

playground has been covered

with busy and active children

since it was officially opened.

“They love it. After school it’s

just as busy as it is during school

time,” she said.

The playground includes

slides, tight ropes and a climbing

frame.

“From where the seats come

around to the astro turf it’s

designed to replicate the taniwha

look. We have the blue to show

SNOW DAY: Georgie Powell, Alex Cutforth and Katie Hygate. ​

New playground proves popular

the sea and then when the slide

is built green it will be a reference

to the hills around us,” Mrs

Feary said.

Naylor Love Construction

headed the project and the cost

came under the whole building’s

budget of about $15 million.

SCENIC:

The new

playground is

said to signify

the sea and

the hills of

Lyttelton.

Ms Feary has resigned as

principal but will stay in the role

until January 26, 2017.

The school is searching for a

replacement who has to be appointed

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of the Employment Relations

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THRILLED: Lyttelton Football Club players Tane Gunn, Isaac Warren, Connor Buckley and Sayyad Mille look forward to

trading in their old soccer gear for new equipment. ​

Port gives to football club

• By Annabelle Dick

IT WAS a case of out with the

old and in with the new for

Lyttelton Football Club after

the port company funded

the purchase of new sporting

equipment.

The club developed a

programme in 2012 to teach

young children about the game

and Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

sponsored the purchase

of sporting gear to cater for

increasing numbers.

Club head coach Mick

Stephenson said world famous

football players like Lionel

Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo

were driving young people to

the sport.

“Until now we’ve been running

the programme using

secondhand equipment and

make-shift goal posts, so we

haven’t had the resources to

really excel,” he said.

“The equipment LPC funded

has been the best thing to happen

since we started. We now

have almost 100 children registered

so we’ve decided to run

the programme throughout

the school term.”

The Introduction to Football

course teaches youngsters,

aged eight to 13, the rules of

the sport and helps them develop

the basic skills a beginner

footballer needs.

“We’ve seen an increase in

young girls keen to take up the

sport,” Stephenson said.

“Football is a great way to

bring people together.”

Six senior club players, eager

to help the next generation

develop their skills, volunteer

their time to run the sessions.

LPC chief executive Peter

Davie said the sponsorship was

part of the company’s ongoing

commitment to the harbour

basin community.

“It’s great to see so many

local youngsters developing

an interest in sport and we’re

pleased that our sponsorship

has had such a positive impact

on the programme,” he said.

The programme is held three

times a week at the Lyttelton

Primary School and the Lyttelton

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Bidvest support

school children

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PORT HILLS business

Bidvest has stepped up to

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life skills necessary to achieve

success.

Bidvest recently presented

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across the city.

These funds will be used

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Inspiring young minds

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The Health effects

of sugar

Should we be alarmed or is this

likely to be another area that

science backtracks on?

The answer to that question is

Yes, we should be worried, there are real

problems caused by the volume of sugar

being consumed by the average person

and when look back over the last decades

the problem is getting worse, not better.

Developments in research and

understanding the fields of nutrition and

food safety change how we view products

we consume and patterns of consumption

can make the negative effects of foods

more pronounced.

While these advances should be

embraced, as each development leads

to better understanding and health

outcomes it can also be frustrating to the

average consumer who can feel like just

when they ‘get’ a good healthy eating plan

together, the rules change.

The recommendations for sugar are a

good example of how information can

be confusing, some sources encourage

the complete ban on all sugar containing

products and others, such as the heart

foundation recommend a reduction

rather than complete removal.

It’s not so confusing though really, at

no time in history has sugar ever been

presented as a healthy food, but as in the

past it took more effort to consume sugar

it was less of a problem, we could ‘get

away with it’.

In the past sugar was something that

you could control through how much you

added, in baking and to your cup of tea.

This knowledge then transferred into the

first generation of convenience food, if it

was sweet, it had sugar in it.

What we now face as a challenge is

not that suddenly sugar is bad, but that

it is added, often quietly, to many of the

processed foods we consume, even when

they aren’t sweet.

The availability and often-reduced price

of these foods compared to healthier

option make them an easy choice to the

time poor or uneducated consumer.

There are some simple tips you can

follow, including reading food labels;

consuming as much food as possible

in a state close to its natural form and

avoiding sugary drinks. Consumers also

need to be aware of marketing claims that

do not provide the full nutritional picture

of a product.

A sensible place to start is by combining

a diet low in processed food and sugar

combined with regular activity as the

path to long-term health.

What we now face as a challenge

is not that suddenly sugar is bad,

but that it is added, often quietly

to many of the processed foods

we consume, even when they

aren’t sweet.

For more advice and direction to

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refer you to sources of information and

other nutritional professionals that you

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Lyttelton in the 1990s

Paintings and graphics by Fred

Tunicliffe

Runs through to September 30,

10am-4pm Monday -Saturday,

11am-3pm Sunday

Lytel Gallery, 20 Oxford St,

Lyttelton

Te Pataka a Rakaihautu –

Stories of Banks Peninsula

September 10-October 2,

2-5pm Thursday and Friday,

11am-4pm Saturday and Sunday

Te Pātaka a Rākaihautū – the

food basket of the great explorer

Rākaihautū – is the name given

to Banks Peninsula by successive

generations of Māori.

The 15 accomplished and

emerging artists in this exhibition

illuminate some of the

many stories, past and present,

of the Banks Peninsula area and

ask what the human influence

has been on this plentiful environment.

50 Works Gallery, 50 London

St, Lyttelton

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-11am

Head along to Lyttelton

Library to Knit ‘n’ Yarn. Take

your knitting, crochet or other

portable craft project and enjoy

time with other crafters.

Temporary Lyttelton Library

Email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

at Trinity Hall, free, beginners

welcome.

Meditation and Buddhism

Wednesdays

Today, 7.30-9pm

Each class consists of a guided

meditation and a talk based on

Buddhist wisdom. Classes are

suitable for everyone. Join in any

week, booking is not required.

This course will help you to

experience mental clarity and

inner peace by meditating on

the mind itself. Meditating on

our own mind has many benefits

from calming our mind and

helping us to dissolve away distractions,

worry and delusions,

to improving our concentration

and mindfulness.

Suggested donation of $10

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd

Create ‘n’ Connect Art and

Craft group

Tomorrow, 9.30am-noon

You are welcome to go and

enjoy creativity in company.

Take your project, or help is

provide for getting inspiration

for something new to do.

Phone Beth for more info on

022 6781252

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

GIG: Both Sides of the Line will be playing at the

Wunderbar in Lyttelton on Saturday. They are promoting

their new album, Party Line! which was released last

weekend in Dunedin. The band will be supported by

Christchurch singer/songwriter Lisa Tui.

Learn to Sail

Saturday, 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

Club in Lyttleton has 10 wellequipped

Optimist dinghy’s.

Phone David Noakes:

021 02288411 or email programmes@navalpoint.co.nz.

Naval Point Club Lyttelton,

Erskine Point, Lyttelton

Storytimes / Wā Kōrero

Tuesday, September 27,

11-11.30am

Programme for pre-schoolers

include stories, music,

movement and rhymes.

Kōrero pukapuka, pūoru,

korikori.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

Trinity Hall, free.

Mt Pleasant art exhibition

October 15-16, Saturday

6-9pm, Sunday 10am-3pm

Join us for the annual Mt

Pleasant art exhibition. This

year the exhibition will be held

at the fantastic new Mt Pleasant

Community Centre overlooking

the estuary. The art exhibition

will transform the community

centre into an art gallery and will

be held over two days – an evening

gala opening on Saturday,

October 15 (ticketed event) followed

on Sunday by what promises

to be an entertaining day out

for the whole community.

All of the proceeds from this

event will go to Mt Pleasant

School.

Mt Pleasant War Memorial

Community Centre, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd

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FAMILY FUN

FOR EVERYONE AT WESTFIELD RICCARTON

MONDAY 26 SEPTEMBER – FRIDAY 7 OCTOBER

CAP COLOURING FUN

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Monday 26 – Friday 30 September

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With well over 200 companies

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25 September at the Horncastle Arena. Door Sales only $10.


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thousands of people love exploring the

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something there for you. Discover old

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pubs, rugged scenery, or try some great

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friends together and come and find what

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Enjoy unique shopping to be found at Women’s Expo

With over 200 sites to browse, unique businesses to discover,

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out for every woman.

One of the appeals the Expo has to

visitors is the variety of companies

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jewellery and shoes to activewear

and fitness to skincare and health

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everyone and all ages.

Renee Murray from NZME Events,

organiser of the Expo says “Our

aim is to have as wide of a range

of companies involved with the

Expo as possible. Women are all

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cycling the Otago Central Rail Trail

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It’s great on the weekend to see

all the various women visit the

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and grandmother all enjoying the

show and spending the day with

each other.”

Brandhouse will exhibit at the Expo

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champagne, vodka, port and wines.

Popular at other Expo’s this year

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large Brandhouse site at the show

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Christinz Clothing will visit the show

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of Designer Clothing including;

pants, stunning tops, skirts, base

layers and jackets. A popular

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flattering shape through front to suit all

sizes and with pink, gold, navy, black

and silver in the colour range these tops

look great with jeans, skirts or leggings.

Christinz Clothing are located in the Expo

Fashion Zone.

The High Protein Breakfast Company

will travel all the way from Auckland with

their exclusive High Protein Muesli. Not

available in store yet this range of muesli

not only tastes great but helps with weight

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processed breakfast foods contain these

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with flavours including

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The Women’s Lifestyle Expo, on at Horncastle Arena,

Christchurch this 24th & 25th September. Door Sales only $10.

For more details please see www.expos.co.nz or to keep in touch with

all the Expo news & competitions join the Expo’s Facebook page at

www.facebook.com/WomensLifestyleExpo.

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