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• By Annabelle Dick<br />

IT’S A day Governors <strong>Bay</strong><br />

residents have waited nearly<br />

two years for.<br />

Tomorrow, the city council<br />

will decide whether it will sell<br />

the jetty to the Governors <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Jetty Restoration Trust.<br />

The trust has been fighting to<br />

buy the damaged jetty and fully<br />

restore it to save it from being<br />

demolished or abandoned.<br />

Trust member Phil Jackson<br />

said it’s been a long battle but<br />

it’s likely the jetty will be sold to<br />

the trust.<br />

“We’ve been working very<br />

hard for this – it’s an amazing<br />

asset that we don’t want to lose<br />

and there’s a real passion to save<br />

it. A city council staff report<br />

found it’s the number one<br />

option to sell it to the trust but<br />

everything is weighting on the<br />

meeting,” he said.<br />

The jetty has been closed<br />

since the February 22 earthquake,<br />

due to its unsafe condition,<br />

and it’s estimated to cost<br />

more than $3 million to repair.<br />

The city council has been<br />

given four options on what to<br />

do with the jetty – sell it to the<br />

trust to repair and buy it back,<br />

which is the most preferred<br />

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or council to undertake repairs.<br />

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PAGE 2 BAY HARBOUR<br />

Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

FROM<br />

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News......................3-6, 13-14<br />

IT’S GREAT to see a community<br />

group taking charge of its situation.<br />

I’m talking about the Governors<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> Jetty Restoration Trust which<br />

hopefully tomorrow will be able to<br />

buy the earthquake damaged jetty<br />

for $1.<br />

The trust has ambitious plans to<br />

take control of the jetty, raise the<br />

bulk of the $3 million plus needed<br />

to repair it and then sell the jetty<br />

back to the city council for $1.<br />

The city council will then maintain<br />

it in the future.<br />

It’s a fantastic plan by the trust.<br />

The jetty is a real drawcard for the<br />

bay.<br />

The trust has been fighting to buy<br />

the damaged jetty and fully restore<br />

it to save it from being demolished<br />

or abandoned.<br />

You have to applaud them for<br />

that.<br />

It’s a no brainer that the<br />

city council accepts the dollar<br />

tomorrow. – Barry Clarke<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

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PAGE 3<br />

News<br />

In Brief<br />

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

the closure of Beachville Rd as a result of road works.<br />

Parking nightmare for businesses<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

A PUBLIC car park closure<br />

on Beachville Rd has made<br />

parking a nightmare for<br />

Redcliffs businesses and<br />

customers.<br />

The closure of Beachville Rd<br />

due to road works has blocked<br />

access to the main car park<br />

used by nearby businesses.<br />

SCIRT is working on kerb<br />

and channel installation and<br />

sealing the carriageway at the<br />

southern end of the road.<br />

The car park on Beachville<br />

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Redcliffs Pharmacy owner<br />

Daryl Sayer said the repairs<br />

have been a big hassle to businesses<br />

and people trying to<br />

access them.<br />

“We’ve got a fairly sizeable<br />

car park at the back of the<br />

pharmacy that services the<br />

pharmacy, the fashion shop and<br />

the cafeteria, but that’s inaccessible,”<br />

he said.<br />

The car park behind the Main<br />

Rd shops has room for about 15<br />

to 20 cars.<br />

Mr Sayer said not having<br />

anywhere to park has turned<br />

people away from coming into<br />

their stores.<br />

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tried to remedy the problem by<br />

allowing people to park in their<br />

car park while the work takes<br />

place.<br />

Mr Sayer posted on the pharmacy’s<br />

Facebook page to let<br />

people know the supermarket<br />

is an option if they struggle to<br />

find parking.<br />

“Some people have been<br />

(parking there), but some feel<br />

they can’t so I told people we<br />

had (New World’s) blessing to<br />

do that,” he said.<br />

SCIRT is repairing the southern<br />

corner but the northern<br />

intersection was supposed to be<br />

open to traffic.<br />

Instead, SCIRT has closed<br />

both ends of the road making it<br />

inaccessible.<br />

“They said the Beachville Rd<br />

section should be open, but<br />

they’ve totally closed it off, so<br />

there’s no parking there at all,”<br />

Mr Sayer said.<br />

The repairs are expected to<br />

finish around Monday, <strong>September</strong><br />

26, and the intersection will<br />

be reopened.<br />

SCIRT will then move onto<br />

repairing the north end of<br />

Beachville Rd and northern access<br />

will be closed.<br />

INJURED PASSENGER<br />

One person was injured and two<br />

others escaped relatively unscathed<br />

after a car accident in Rapaki on<br />

Sunday night. The car rolled on<br />

Governors <strong>Bay</strong> Rd coming into<br />

Rapaki at about 9pm. The injured<br />

passenger was taken to hospital by<br />

ambulance with light to moderate<br />

injuries. The scene was cleared 30<br />

minutes after the accident.<br />

TSUNAMI TEST SIREN<br />

A tsunami warning siren test will be<br />

held this Sunday at 11am along the<br />

coastline from Brooklands to Taylors<br />

Mistake. The city council tests the sirens<br />

on the first Sunday of April and<br />

the last Sunday of <strong>September</strong> each<br />

year. The sirens will last about three<br />

minutes. A network of sirens warn<br />

the public to evacuate coastal areas<br />

when there is a tsunami coming from<br />

a long distance.<br />

ELECTRIC CAR CHARGE<br />

The Hagley-Ferrymead Community<br />

Board will decide whether an electric<br />

vehicle charging station will be<br />

installed on Nayland St in a board<br />

meeting today. If the proposal is<br />

accepted, parking on the south side<br />

of Nayland St will be restricted to<br />

a 60 minute time limit and will<br />

be reserved for electric vehicles to<br />

charge their batteries. In October<br />

2015, the city council adopted the<br />

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PAGE 4 BAY HARBOUR<br />

Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

ews<br />

Voting in the local body elections closes on October 8. <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News asked candidates to send<br />

in why they should get your vote. <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News area is covered by two wards – Heathcote<br />

and Banks Peninsula. A city councillor is elected from each, except for Banks Peninsula where city<br />

councillor Andrew Turner stands unopposed. Two people will be selected from the Heathcote ward<br />

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

ashion<br />

Akaroa subdivison for the Banks Peninsula Community Board, but not in the Lyttelton subdivision<br />

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

and the Wairewa subdivision where Tori Peden stands unopposed.<br />

Heathcote ward – city councillor<br />

Paul Lonsdale<br />

I have served three years as councillor<br />

for the Hagley-Ferrymead ward. We<br />

have been busy with a lot of planning<br />

Gardening<br />

and decision-making around building<br />

resilience for the future and working<br />

closely with the affected communities on how we achieve<br />

that. Throughout this term I have always been accessible<br />

even during times of heavy workload. This has enabled<br />

me to develop an intimate knowledge and understanding<br />

of all the local issues. We have come a long way from<br />

three years ago and I believe consistency will be essential<br />

in the coming term to continue on the solid path we have<br />

created.<br />

otoring<br />

Heathcote ward – community board<br />

Dr Tim Lindley<br />

I am a former business development<br />

manager for a CRI, with a highly<br />

collaborative working style. I have<br />

volunteered extensively within many<br />

communities – for three years chairman<br />

of the Christchurch Coastal Pathway Group; six years as<br />

minister’s<br />

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Ambrose Church, cafe, and<br />

food bank, Aranui; and many years as vestry member<br />

All Saints Sumner. I have run several fundraisers for stop<br />

abuse and aid programmes. On the Coastal Pathway<br />

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I love where I live in Heathcote Valley<br />

at the centre of our ward. We have been<br />

here nearly 20 years and have been<br />

involved in many local community<br />

groups and activities. Chairing the<br />

Hagley-Ferrymead Community Board for the last three<br />

years has given me the governance experience and<br />

relationships necessary to be an effective councillor<br />

best able to represent our ward. Christchurch needs<br />

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a vision for our city, who understand both the value of<br />

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Heathcote ward – community board Darrell Latham<br />

(Independent)<br />

As a Sumner Community Residents’ Association member<br />

I have written submissions relating to the coastal pathway,<br />

reserves, fencing, footpaths and, other geotechnical works.<br />

I prepared the association’s annual plan and briefed the<br />

mayor and city councillors. As a member of Christchurch<br />

Coastal Residents United together we achieved a review of the city<br />

council’s coastal hazards policy. My background is as a teacher, education<br />

centre director and university senior lecturer. Genuine partnerships create<br />

strong, effective and resilient communities. Therefore, I support more<br />

decision-making being devolved to the local community board level. I<br />

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Heathcote ward – community board<br />

Rosemary Neave (The People’s<br />

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I work from home in Redcliffs helping<br />

communities develop their online<br />

presence. I am secretary of Sustainable<br />

Otautahi Christchurch and treasurer<br />

of Viva! with its focus on building sustainable urban<br />

villages. I want to share my skills and extend the strong<br />

networks in our community. Community boards<br />

are an opportunity to involve local communities in<br />

decision-making. Having a safe walking route to our<br />

newly reclaimed Redcliffs School is a priority for our<br />

community, we need to put our case strongly to the city<br />

council. Finishing our Coastal Pathway and supporting<br />

local businesses are also priorities. Vote for Rosemary:<br />

Let’s do it!<br />

Other candidates standing<br />

• Heathcote ward city<br />

councillor, Malcolm Davis<br />

• Heathcote ward, Linwood-<br />

Central-Heathcote Community<br />

Board, Una O’Grady<br />

• Akaroa subdivision, Banks<br />

Peninsula Board, Janis Haley,<br />

Keith Molloy, Pam Richardson<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 5<br />

Heathcote ward – community board<br />

Craig Todd<br />

Having lived in the Heathcote ward the majority<br />

of my life I have been lucky to enjoy the benefits<br />

this community has to offer. With greater powers<br />

for decision making being handed to community<br />

boards, if elected I would work hard, listen to and<br />

make sure the community voice is heard in regards<br />

to facilities and infrastructure to achieve the best outcome for all.<br />

I believe I have the passion and experience to make a valuable<br />

contribution to the well-being and benefit of our community.<br />

After six years of Government-appointed commissioners<br />

at the helm, people can once again cast a vote for<br />

representation onto the Environment Canterbury. The<br />

area is represented by the Christchurch Constituency, with<br />

four candidates to be elected.<br />

Dr Cynthia<br />

Roberts<br />

(People’s<br />

Choice):<br />

I am an ecologist<br />

and I live on<br />

the estuary. I<br />

am passionate<br />

about protecting Canterbury’s<br />

drinking water, our waterways<br />

and our coastline. Like us,<br />

our native species depend<br />

on a healthy, flourishing<br />

environment to thrive. In<br />

standing for ECan, I want to<br />

use my scientific skills to find<br />

Previously<br />

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solutions to more sustainably<br />

managing our environment<br />

including improving our<br />

public transport. I bring to<br />

the role skills and qualities<br />

gained as a parent, a teacher, in<br />

tertiary management, running<br />

an ecotourism business and as<br />

a science advisor for DOC.<br />

In the<br />

lead-up<br />

to the<br />

local body<br />

elections,<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News asked city councillor candidates<br />

their views on a topical issue within the community. This<br />

week, we ask Heathcote ward city council candidates<br />

what they think the city council should do in response to<br />

homeowners’ pleas to remove coastal hazard information<br />

the Coastal Hazards Assessment Report.<br />

Elections 16<br />

City councillor Paul Lonsdale: Residents and ratepayers need<br />

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

was very positive that the mayor met with members of Christchurch<br />

Coastal Residents United recently. We are now working together<br />

around the whole issue of coastal hazards going forward. The issue<br />

of coastal hazards is a serious one for Christchurch and coastal<br />

residents. The Tonkin & Taylor report was subjected to a second<br />

expert peer review which found problems with aspects of the report<br />

and recommended changes be made. It is clear that the scientific<br />

experts believe that the report as it currently stands requires further<br />

research and work. We need to ensure that the information that we<br />

use is the correct information and currently this is not the case. I<br />

am committed to working towards ensuring that any coastal hazard<br />

information used is the correct information. ​<br />

City councillor Sara Templeton: Climate change and<br />

subsequent impacts of sea level rise are going to be one of the most<br />

important issues for the next city council to address. Open and<br />

transparent communication with the wider community is going to<br />

be essential. While there is vocal opposition to the information being<br />

on LIMS there are also many thousands of people who haven’t had<br />

the chance to express an opinion and there are many who realise that<br />

issues such as coastal inundation and erosion cannot be ignored.<br />

I have not seen the current wording, but the city council is legally<br />

obliged to identify a hazard on a LIM if it is aware of one. This is to<br />

protect future owners of properties. Coastal hazards are an issue<br />

around the country and a more consistent approach is needed. A<br />

National Policy Statement should be in place and the Government<br />

need to step up and start discussions on one.<br />

Jetty decision<br />

tomorrow<br />

• From page 1<br />

“The trust is proposing we<br />

rebuild the jetty in the same<br />

position and in the same manner<br />

that it would be a completely<br />

new structure on top of the old<br />

one. It would have significant<br />

advantages like it will need less<br />

maintenance in the years to<br />

come,” said Mr Jackson.<br />

The city council has no money<br />

to undertake the repairs so<br />

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News<br />

Bid to stop river rubbish<br />

Teenager injured in<br />

Cave Rock fall<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

A YOUNG man has been left<br />

seriously injured after falling off<br />

Cave Rock on Saturday night.<br />

Two young men climbed the<br />

off-limit rock before one fell at<br />

about 11.30pm.<br />

St John and the Sumner<br />

Volunteer Fire Brigade attended<br />

the scene to help rescue the man<br />

who was stuck between the rock<br />

and containers.<br />

The teenager was unable to<br />

walk and had to be carried out<br />

by emergency services.<br />

“The fall was about seven metres<br />

and as far as his health was<br />

concerned he was conscious but<br />

he had to be lifted out,” chief fire<br />

officer Daryl Sayer said.<br />

Cave Rock has been closed<br />

off since January 2012 due to<br />

rockfall risk and is undergoing<br />

repair work.<br />

Mr Sayer said there was dozens<br />

of teenagers hanging around<br />

the area that night, but he didn’t<br />

notice any of them drinking on<br />

the beach as he was tending to<br />

the injured man.<br />

“There was lots of kids around<br />

but there’s always kids around<br />

playing Pokemon GO,” he said.<br />

Mr Sayer said this is the first<br />

time they’ve seen someone fall<br />

off the rock and he hopes people<br />

are more careful as we head into<br />

summer.<br />

Work on Cave Rock will<br />

continue and it is expected to<br />

open again about Christmas<br />

time.<br />

• By Cailtin Miles and Annabelle<br />

Dick<br />

RIVER HEALTH advocates<br />

want to see rubbish nets installed<br />

to fix an ongoing littering<br />

problem in the lower Heathcote<br />

River and Avon/Heathcote<br />

estuary.<br />

Opawaho Heathcote River<br />

Network co-chairwoman Helene<br />

Mautner and Avon-Heathcote<br />

Estuary/Ihutai Trust member,<br />

Tanya Jenkins presented a deputation<br />

to the city council about<br />

re-installing booms in the rivers<br />

to stop so much rubbish and debris<br />

from being left in the rivers.<br />

Booms are nets that allow the<br />

water to run through them but<br />

catch rubbish and stop it from<br />

flowing down the river. Dr Mautner<br />

wants to see them placed in<br />

rivers throughout the city.<br />

“It’s important to us to get the<br />

rivers around the city clean again<br />

and booms will start helping<br />

with that process,” Dr Mautner<br />

said.<br />

The lower Heathcote River<br />

and the estuary are of particular<br />

concern as they are one of the<br />

biggest problem areas for litter.<br />

Last year alone, more than<br />

three tonnes of rubbish was<br />

collected from the lower<br />

Heathcote over a five kilometre<br />

distance.<br />

RUBBISH: The lower Heathcote River has become a problem<br />

area with volunteers collecting more than three tonnes of<br />

rubbish over five kilometres. ​<br />

Earlier this year, 20 tonnes<br />

of rubbish was collected over<br />

186km of river bank throughout<br />

the city.<br />

In both 2015 and 2014, the<br />

Heathcote catchment also recorded<br />

the poorest water quality<br />

of all the catchments in Christchurch.<br />

Avon-Heathcote Estuary/<br />

Ihutai Trust co-ordinator Tanya<br />

Jenkins said the city council need<br />

to target the lower Heathcote as<br />

that’s where the rubbish gathers.<br />

“Everything that comes down<br />

the river from all over the city<br />

goes to the lower Heathcote and<br />

we have the opportunity to catch<br />

it before it goes into the estuary,”<br />

she said.<br />

“It’s our main concern because<br />

everything goes into there where<br />

we have all this wildlife and it<br />

ends up in the ocean where we<br />

have marine life and sea birds<br />

who eat it and it kills them.”<br />

City council land drainage<br />

manager Keith Davidson said<br />

staff are happy to investigate<br />

booms but, at the moment, there<br />

was no money allocated for their<br />

re-installment.<br />

“There would be a capital cost<br />

of stabilising the banks and<br />

reinstating the booms, perhaps<br />

in the order of $50,000 each,<br />

together with increased annual<br />

operational costs that are not<br />

currently planned or provided<br />

for,” Mr Davidson said.<br />

Following city council staff investigations,<br />

a recommendation<br />

of installing the booms will be<br />

passed on to the city council so it<br />

can look at allocating funding in<br />

the next long term plan.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 7<br />

Strengthening Our Communities<br />

Our Communities<br />

For a stronger, more resilient<br />

Christchurch we need thriving<br />

communities. We need places for<br />

people of all ages to connect; local<br />

facilities and businesses; a healthy<br />

environment – and to be engaged<br />

meaningfully, in the regeneration<br />

of our city.<br />

We have many connected, strong<br />

neighbourhoods in the <strong>Bay</strong>s area.<br />

However, over the last three years<br />

I have also worked in Linwood,<br />

Woolston, Phillipstown and<br />

Bromley where their communities<br />

are struggling. There are fantastic<br />

community groups working in<br />

these areas, with passionate<br />

volunteers and a vision for their<br />

neighbourhoods, but they need the<br />

local facilities, policy framework<br />

and financial support to enable<br />

them to grow their capacity and<br />

reach.<br />

How do we best support our local<br />

independent businesses?<br />

When you elected me in 2013<br />

I was excited. Councillors had<br />

made promises of greater local<br />

decision making and earlier, more<br />

meaningful engagement with<br />

communities. However, this hasn’t<br />

happened. Community Boards<br />

have fewer delegations now than<br />

they did when we started and<br />

engagement has been poorly<br />

resourced and patchy.<br />

Christchurch has many diverse<br />

communities, but little diversity<br />

in representation and decision<br />

making. With diverse experience<br />

comes a wider range of<br />

viewpoints and a more robust,<br />

thorough discussion of the issues.<br />

Council currently struggles in its<br />

understanding of and engagement<br />

with the community and a<br />

community perspective is needed<br />

around the table to change this.<br />

Redcliffs Community come together to<br />

protest for retaining the local school.<br />

Our schools are important parts of our<br />

communities and need safe travel routes<br />

for our children to walk and bike to.<br />

One of the projects I’m most proud<br />

of this term is Chairing the Victoria<br />

Square Independent Reference<br />

Group as we oversaw CERA’s<br />

consultation process. It was a<br />

diverse group and we worked hard<br />

to ensure that the public’s desire<br />

for a restored Victoria Square was<br />

upheld.<br />

I love where I live in Heathcote<br />

Valley at the centre of our new<br />

ward. Our family have lived here<br />

almost 20 years, during which time<br />

we have been involved in many of<br />

the community groups throughout<br />

the area.<br />

I am a founding member of the<br />

Heathcote Village Project and<br />

Heathcote Village Garden and am a<br />

Justice of the Peace and a member<br />

of the Bridge to Rocks Timebank.<br />

Our Environment<br />

Two of the long term issues facing<br />

Christchurch are water quality and<br />

the impacts of climate change.<br />

Fresh water is one of our most<br />

precious resources and needs<br />

protecting. In Christchurch our<br />

urban rivers, the Heathcote/<br />

Opawaho and Avon/Otakaro are<br />

both polluted and in need of<br />

more care. We also need robust<br />

national water quality standards<br />

that ensure rivers are clean and<br />

healthy enough for us to swim in,<br />

and greater protections for our<br />

aquifers.<br />

Council needs to start engaging<br />

with our communities over sea<br />

level rise and how we collectively<br />

adapt to it. It needs to be a<br />

meaningful conversation with<br />

good information, so that we can<br />

make decisions together about<br />

how we approach it. We also need<br />

to start mitigating our impacts<br />

on the climate by measuring our<br />

carbon footprint as a city and<br />

setting clear goals to reduce it.<br />

Safe and sustainable transport<br />

options are one of the best ways<br />

to start reducing our impact on the<br />

environment. I’ve started cycling<br />

again this year for the first time<br />

since university and am keen to<br />

see the major cycleways projects<br />

and Coastal Pathway completed to<br />

ensure others can too.<br />

I had a career in teaching prior<br />

to having children and was a<br />

small business owner before the<br />

earthquakes – at which point I sold<br />

it to concentrate on the recovery of<br />

my community.<br />

My connections to the ward<br />

have been developed over many<br />

years and it’s important that our<br />

representatives are accessible. It<br />

shouldn’t take a drive across town to<br />

catch up with your councillor.<br />

Planting fruit trees in Birdsey Reserve.<br />

Reforestation of our hills and gullies is<br />

also happening in some places – more<br />

would be great!<br />

Your Vote Counts<br />

Chairing the Hagley-Ferrymead<br />

Community Board for the<br />

last three years has given me<br />

the governance experience<br />

and community relationships<br />

necessary to be an effective<br />

councillor best able to represent<br />

our ward.<br />

Our city needs councillors who<br />

are connected to their wards<br />

and have a vision for the city,<br />

who understand both the value<br />

of community and have a head<br />

for business – I am one of those<br />

people and I need your vote to do<br />

this work.<br />

– Ngā mihi, Sara.<br />

saratempleton@clear.net.nz<br />

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SaraTempletonChch<br />

“Strong Communities for a<br />

Stronger Christchurch”<br />

Authorised by Sara Templeton, 23 Marsden St, Heathcote, Christchurch 8022<br />

Sara TEMPLETON – Councillor for Heathcote


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Our People<br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

Eddie Simon<br />

PAGE 9<br />

From John Denver to Sumner<br />

Canadian Eddie Simon has<br />

lived in Sumner for 11 years.<br />

He has played alongside<br />

country music icon John<br />

Denver and is a New<br />

Zealand Gold Guitar winner.<br />

Annabelle Dick talked to<br />

him about his experience<br />

in the industry and a<br />

new programme he has<br />

launched to get local talent<br />

into the recording studio.<br />

So you’re a musician by trade<br />

Eddie, is that right?<br />

Yeah that’s right – I’m a professional<br />

musician, recording artist<br />

and I’ve worked as a music producer<br />

and sound engineer.<br />

How long have you been a<br />

musician?<br />

Pretty much all my life, really.<br />

I started back in the music business<br />

in 1970 at the age of 12. I’m<br />

from Saskatchewan, Canada, so<br />

I started back there. I grew up in<br />

a musical family and we sang at<br />

home and at church and school<br />

and community events, and it<br />

just evolved from there to getting<br />

into concerts and television, radio<br />

and into the recording studio<br />

in my teens.<br />

Wow, you’ve spent a long time<br />

PERFORMER: Singer-songwriter Eddie Simon works from his studio at his home in Scarborough<br />

Hill.<br />

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN<br />

in the industry – what are some<br />

of the highlights?<br />

There’s many. One of the biggest<br />

ones for me was when I was<br />

in concert with John Denver<br />

– that was back in the mid 90s.<br />

I had performed at a helicopter<br />

skiing resort in British Columbia<br />

in the Rocky Mountains in<br />

Canada, and Mike Wiegele, who<br />

ran the helicopter ski resort,<br />

organised for John Denver and<br />

I to do a show together. So we<br />

played for all the skiers, staff and<br />

all the people who lived in Blue<br />

River, British Columbia. We did<br />

a show for about and hour and a<br />

half together and there was only<br />

about 150 people in this big lodge<br />

so it was an incredible intimate<br />

setting and I was smiling from<br />

ear to ear. He was the nicest guy<br />

and we got to hang out for four<br />

days and I got to know him and<br />

he’s such a story teller – everyone<br />

would just sit there and listen<br />

to him tell these incredible stories.<br />

We had banter and chatted<br />

back and forth and shared casual<br />

beers together so it was pretty<br />

cool.<br />

That sounds amazing! I’ve<br />

heard you’ve worked with some<br />

other high-profile figures as<br />

well?<br />

I’ve been on stage with a lot of<br />

other celebrities. I worked with<br />

Alan Thicke – he had his own TV<br />

show, the Alan Thicke Show, in<br />

Vancouver, and he’s also noted<br />

for Family Ties and Growing<br />

Pains. I knew his wife Gloria<br />

Loring – we’d done telethons<br />

together . . . I worked with a lot<br />

of artists at telethons. But Alan<br />

came and performed five songs<br />

with me on stage with my band.<br />

I worked with John Conlee out<br />

in Nashville. I’ve worked with<br />

Kevin Churko and Cory Churko<br />

and they’ve been on all of Shania<br />

Twain’s CDs. Kevin’s producing<br />

stuff with Ozzy Osbourne and<br />

Cory’s now working with Kelly<br />

Clarkson, Elton John and Justin<br />

Timberlake and the list goes on<br />

and on. It’s hard to remember<br />

everything, but when you’ve<br />

done it for so many years, it just<br />

becomes part of what you do.<br />

Can you tell me about yourself<br />

as a musician?<br />

I grew up playing country,<br />

blues and gospel music, so that<br />

was a lot of the festivals and<br />

shows I did. I played piano when<br />

I was younger and then I got into<br />

guitar playing and never looked<br />

back. •Continued on page 10<br />

SCIRT programme on<br />

the home straight<br />

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

walls is almost complete and we’re aiming to finish construction in December.<br />

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

repairs to the city's earthquake-damaged infrastructure after SCIRT.<br />

Progress in your neighbourhood<br />

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

by mid October.<br />

• Governors <strong>Bay</strong> water main repairs were completed in August.<br />

• Lyttelton is still busy with ongoing retaining wall repairs, underground pipe and roading<br />

repairs will continue through to the end of the year.<br />

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

finished by December.<br />

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and roading is due to be completed by November.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Our People<br />

Eddie Simon<br />

•Continued from page 9<br />

I played in my first band at<br />

12-years-old and kept on from<br />

there. I play several instruments<br />

now, including guitar and piano,<br />

of course, and ukulele, mandolin,<br />

bass guitar, so I’m a bit of a<br />

multi- instrumentalist. Then I<br />

got into music producing<br />

in Canada and<br />

I had a studio<br />

there and a<br />

couple of studios<br />

here in New<br />

Zealand now.<br />

So I was not<br />

only producing<br />

my own music,<br />

but I ended up<br />

producing<br />

stuff<br />

for<br />

television, radio and film, and<br />

other people’s CDs and voice<br />

overs. I played with Lone Star<br />

Cattle Company, which is a<br />

country rock recording group in<br />

Canada. They’ve had a number of<br />

hits out so I was the lead guitarist<br />

and one of the lead singers for the<br />

band. One of the biggest shows<br />

we did was Expo in Vancouver<br />

in 1986 – we performed to<br />

well over 100,000 people. I<br />

also used to sing the<br />

national Canadian<br />

anthem at the big<br />

stadiums for the football,<br />

soccer and also baseball<br />

games, and you get about<br />

50,000 to 60,000 people in<br />

the stadiums there. I<br />

also had my own TV show in<br />

Canada, it was a blues music<br />

show called Blues on White. I also<br />

had my own radio show here in<br />

Christchurch on Plains FM for<br />

a short time called Boomers <strong>Bay</strong>,<br />

which was aimed towards the<br />

baby boomers, so music from the<br />

50s, 60s and 70s era.<br />

How did it feel performing<br />

in front of tens of thousands of<br />

people? That must have been<br />

pretty nerve wracking?<br />

When you get in front of a<br />

big crowd like that, well, for me<br />

personally, it’s just such a natural<br />

high and it’s definitely a big buzz.<br />

It’s really exciting and you can<br />

feel the adrenaline going . . . it’s<br />

hard to put into words sometimes.<br />

What about your family –<br />

were they very musical?<br />

There was 11 kids and mum<br />

and dad. Out of that, just three of<br />

us ended up performing professionally,<br />

so myself and my two<br />

sisters, Margaret and Pat. We<br />

did some recording together and<br />

did some TV shows and festivals<br />

etc etc, and basically, if anything<br />

came along, whether it be a wedding<br />

or community event, we<br />

were there so we got to be quite<br />

well known and respected. My<br />

sisters went on to being awardwinning<br />

singers in Canada and<br />

they were asked to be on TV and<br />

go into studios and do back up<br />

vocals on other people’s CDs.<br />

As a Canadian native, what<br />

prompted the move to New<br />

Zealand?<br />

I’d gone through a divorce, and<br />

I’m a spiritual person, so I said a<br />

little prayer and I wanted to find<br />

another partner and I said, even<br />

if I have to go to the ends of the<br />

earth to find her, I will and she<br />

ended up being in New Zealand.<br />

Her girlfriend had moved to<br />

Canada and I ran across her<br />

when I was out for coffee and<br />

we got chatting and she said: “I<br />

have the perfect person for you<br />

in Christchurch, New Zealand,<br />

and her name is Tracy.” Anyway,<br />

she put us in touch and we hit it<br />

off and next thing you know I’m<br />

selling everything in Canada and<br />

moving to New Zealand. I’ve just<br />

celebrated 11 years being in New<br />

Zealand now.<br />

How are you enjoying life in<br />

Christchurch?<br />

It’s pretty special living here.<br />

I like how everybody’s really<br />

friendly and you get to know<br />

your neighbours. I’ve liked becoming<br />

a part of the community<br />

and getting involved in the local<br />

church and events. The response<br />

from people has been absolutely<br />

fantastic and the community<br />

have been very supportive of my<br />

career throughout Christchurch.<br />

I’ve had the chance to travel<br />

around the country and do some<br />

gigs so overall it’s been a positive<br />

move and I’m excited to be here.<br />

I’m ready to take it to the next<br />

level with my business.<br />

So what is it like being a musician<br />

in New Zealand?<br />

It’s great. I’ve been to Hanmer<br />

Springs, Lake Tekapo, Queenstown<br />

. . . I’ve been to the West<br />

Coast, Hokitika, Napier, Wellington<br />

and I’ve got a show coming<br />

up in Auckland. I was in Stars in<br />

Their Eyes TV show in 2008 here<br />

in New Zealand as Leo Sayer. In<br />

Gore in 2008, I won three Gold<br />

Guitar awards for top instrumentalist<br />

and for being one of the top<br />

three in the vocalist and song<br />

writing category.<br />

Tell me about your studio you<br />

run from home.<br />

I have a studio called Acoustic<br />

Wave at my home. I’ve been<br />

working at the Rockshop store<br />

for nine and a half years and a<br />

short time after I’d been there,<br />

they asked me to be an acoustic<br />

guitar specialist and I got really<br />

into acoustic instruments. I also<br />

live out on Scarborough Hill<br />

by the sea, so Acoustic Wave<br />

just seemed to fit. So I’ve been<br />

doing that and I’ve also got into<br />

video production and digital<br />

photography. My focus is to<br />

leave a legacy and I’m trying to<br />

help up-and-coming artists. So<br />

I’m reaching out to singers and<br />

songwriters and acoustic guitar<br />

players who are trying to make<br />

something of their career and, if<br />

there’s something I can do with<br />

all the experience I have to help<br />

out, then I’m down.<br />

You can find out more<br />

about Eddie Simon and get<br />

in contact with him at www.<br />

eddiesimonmusic.com


Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 11<br />

Spring Is In The Air<br />

Market Comment with Craig Prier<br />

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

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

<strong>September</strong> through to November is traditionally one of the busiest parts of the year. And it’s<br />

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

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

of year.<br />

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

unemployment and a positive outlook then it’s easy to understand why people want<br />

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

Some of our agents are reporting dozens of buyers turning up to view either at open<br />

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

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

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

prepare their property for sale, invested in great photography and marketing plans are certainly<br />

getting the attention and results they deserve. It’s an important point when you are in competition<br />

with other property listings. It’s good to give your property the best opportunity of being seen.<br />

Talk to any of our agents today if you would like to find out more about how our marketing plans<br />

will shine a spotlight on your property!<br />

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Top 5 picks for the <strong>September</strong> School Holidays:<br />

1. Spring Festival at Willowbank Wildlife Park<br />

*Top Tip* - The earlier you go the more active the animals are!<br />

Great for Under 7’s<br />

2. The Mind Lab by Unitec<br />

*Top Tip* - Older kids 7-12 who love science and robotics will<br />

find something to do here!<br />

3. Halswell Quarry Permanent Orienteering Course<br />

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4. Movie Pick for the Holidays – “The Secret Life of Pets”<br />

What do pets really get up to when you leave home. Running<br />

time of 1.30mins.<br />

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better value than regular price.<br />

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Canterbury Plains to the majesty of the Southern Alps.<br />

• You’ll be greeted daily by resident alpacas Possum and<br />

Charlie as they escort you to a warm and inviting passive<br />

solar Adobe style home architecturally designed for a<br />

completely relaxed and comfortable lifestyle.<br />

• Over the past 20 years our owners have nurtured and<br />

developed an award winning vineyard. Tussock Hill<br />

Wines has established an enviable reputation by creating<br />

bespoke Pinot Noir wines that are catching the attention<br />

and taste buds of wine buffs up and down the country<br />

and around the world.<br />

• We invite you to complete your Due Diligence and submit<br />

your tender on this “once only lifetime opportunity”.<br />

5. Flip Out Trampoline Arena<br />

Open from 9am-9pm, $15 for an hour, you<br />

have to book!<br />

*Top Tip* – Arrive 15 mins early, and you need<br />

to have “grip socks” which can be purchased<br />

for $3.50.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 13<br />

News<br />

Green light for nature reserve<br />

Fashion<br />

<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

DEVELOPMENT of the<br />

proposed Redcliffs Nature<br />

Reserve on the Christchurch<br />

Coastal Pathway has been<br />

given the go ahead after<br />

receiving a donation of<br />

services.<br />

Downer has agreed to do the<br />

complex land-forming works, to<br />

the detailed design by Wraight<br />

& Associates, at no cost to the<br />

Gardening<br />

Coastal Pathway project.<br />

Downer is already on site<br />

working on the Beachville Rd<br />

seawall repair for the coastal<br />

pathway and they have volunteered<br />

their services after they<br />

finish the seawall work.<br />

The 6.5km pathway will<br />

extend from Ferrymead to<br />

Motoring<br />

Scarborough Hill and the<br />

Christchurch Coastal Pathway<br />

Group have found spots along<br />

the route for special development.<br />

After reaching the amount<br />

of funding needed, the flat<br />

gravelled area opposite Redcliffs<br />

Park will now be turned<br />

into a nature reserve.<br />

Tasty Bites<br />

“This is one of the highlights<br />

of the pathway. The reserve<br />

will have hummocks and native<br />

plants, which will attract<br />

estuarine bird life closer to the<br />

ARTIST IMPRESSION: An early concept illustration of how the reserve area might look<br />

when approached from the causeway end of the Ferrymead to Sumner pathway. ​<br />

estuary edge while providing<br />

a special stopping place along<br />

the Coastal Pathway,” Coastal<br />

Pathway Group funding manager<br />

Dr Tim Lindley said.<br />

Prior to drawing up concept<br />

designs, community workshops<br />

identified this small<br />

section of the Coastal Pathway<br />

as ideal for bird watching and<br />

establishing a more naturallooking<br />

edge to the estuary.<br />

The reserve design had been<br />

widely consulted on with the<br />

Redcliffs community and<br />

work will start in the next two<br />

weeks.<br />

The pathway group and city<br />

council held a community<br />

workshop for residents and estuary<br />

stakeholders to discuss<br />

the plans ranging from mostly<br />

asphalt to mostly naturalised.<br />

The final plan represents the<br />

most highly naturalised version<br />

modified by including a<br />

turning circle for boat trailers<br />

and additional boat and trailer<br />

parking.<br />

The project will go ahead<br />

thanks to funding from the<br />

Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure<br />

Rebuild Team and<br />

Coastal Pathway project funds<br />

and a service donation from<br />

Downer.<br />

The native plants will be<br />

funded by a grant from the<br />

Pacific Development and Conservation<br />

Trust and community<br />

volunteers will be sought to help<br />

with the planting next year.<br />

This is the first project to<br />

be undertaken by Coastal<br />

Pathway Group.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

News<br />

Sumner resident Bridget Coles drove away in her new Holden Spark<br />

on Monday thanks to Redcliffs New World. The car was one of many<br />

to be won by lucky shoppers throughout the country in New World’s<br />

Biggest Ever Car Giveaway. More than $2 million worth of cars were<br />

won, which equates to one vehicle for every New World store.<br />

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

owner/operator Julia Spence.<br />

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN<br />

SCIRT spends<br />

less in peninsula<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

BANKS PENINSULA has<br />

received the least funding<br />

for infrastructure repairs out<br />

of any ward in the city from<br />

the Stronger Christchurch<br />

Infrastructure Rebuild Team.<br />

While SCIRT only has five per<br />

cent of its infrastructure repair<br />

work to go, they have released<br />

information on where the $2.2<br />

billion has been allocated within<br />

the city.<br />

The Banks Peninsula Ward has<br />

received $52m, the lowest amount<br />

allocated to any ward, while the<br />

Hagley-Ferrymead Ward has<br />

received $544m – the second<br />

highest in the city.<br />

In Banks Peninsula, retaining<br />

walls have eaten up $43m of the<br />

$52m spent.<br />

The biggest cost driver in<br />

Hagley-Ferrymead has been<br />

wastewater infrastructure which<br />

has cost $350m.<br />

SCIRT puts Banks Peninsula’s<br />

small expenditure in comparison<br />

to other wards down to<br />

population.<br />

About 8580 people live in<br />

Banks Peninsula, compared to<br />

49,000 in the Hagley-Ferrymead<br />

Ward.<br />

SCIRT said there are fewer<br />

underground pipes in the Bank<br />

Peninsula Ward because there are<br />

fewer people living there than in<br />

other city council wards.<br />

Also, before the earthquakes,<br />

there had been an infrastructure<br />

renewal programme in the Banks<br />

Peninsula Ward by the city<br />

council.<br />

More than half of SCIRT’s<br />

work has been in the Burwood-<br />

Pegasus Ward, where damage to<br />

wastewater pipes and<br />

pump stations was more<br />

extensive, ultimately amounting<br />

to $680m.<br />

When SCIRT finishes the citywide<br />

infrastructure repairs, the<br />

city council and the New Zealand<br />

Transport Agency will carry out<br />

the remaining road work.<br />

SCIRT is in its final three<br />

months of work.<br />

Restoring Port Saddle<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

DOZENS OF school children,<br />

volunteers and Lyttelton Port of<br />

Christchurch staff turned their<br />

fingers green for a restoration day<br />

on Port Saddle.<br />

The school pupils weeded,<br />

mulched and planted in the newly-established<br />

lizard habitat area,<br />

while other volunteers helped<br />

with gorse control and weeding<br />

on the lower slopes.<br />

Herpetologist Marieke Lettink<br />

was also on-site to speak about<br />

the lizards that live in the area<br />

and their habitat.<br />

The Port Saddle project covers<br />

a 17ha area of LPC-owned land<br />

backing onto Urumau Reserve,<br />

above the eastern edge of Lyttelton<br />

township.<br />

The land has been identified<br />

for community recreational<br />

use, ecological protection and<br />

enhancement of the indigenous<br />

flora and fauna.<br />

This long term project is being<br />

undertaken by LPC with the<br />

Banks Peninsula Conservation<br />

Trust which works to protect and<br />

enhance indigenous biodiversity<br />

found on Banks Peninsula.<br />

“I’m very pleased to see our<br />

biodiversity enhancement, and in<br />

cycle and walking tracks within<br />

the area, will provide a great environment<br />

and better connectivity<br />

for Lyttelton locals – human and<br />

fauna. This is something that the<br />

community clearly told us they<br />

wanted as a part of the Lyttelton<br />

Port Recovery Plan process and<br />

it is great that we are now underway.”<br />

Bedworld <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Sept 13<br />

Monique BPCT Karl chairman Mark Christensen<br />

said the trust and LPC<br />

9x8<br />

team members, local kids and<br />

community members MMA1065 working intend to provide the local community<br />

with more hands on<br />

side by side. The Port Saddle<br />

project is a key component of opportunities to help in the<br />

our commitment to enhance the project.<br />

ecology and environment of the “We are thrilled to be working<br />

harbour area for future generations,”<br />

said LPC chief executive Saddle, and we hope to get more<br />

in partnership with LPC on Port<br />

Peter Davie.<br />

Lyttelton locals along to help with<br />

“We think that investing in the the project.”<br />

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at Port Saddle. ​<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

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F E R R Y M E A D G O L F<br />

The Lyttelton Rugby Club would like to thank all their sponsors<br />

for their support for our 51st annual Titahi <strong>Bay</strong> Trip <strong>2016</strong><br />

Kelly Smith- coach<br />

DICK<br />

BROWN<br />

Caleb Aitcheson<br />

Hineata McGregor - manager<br />

Max Arrandale<br />

The Lyttelton<br />

Rugby Club<br />

hosted the<br />

Norths<br />

(Titahi <strong>Bay</strong>)<br />

U12’s for the<br />

51st Annual<br />

Lyttelton v<br />

Norths (Titahi <strong>Bay</strong>)<br />

trip last weekend 9th-11th<br />

<strong>September</strong> <strong>2016</strong>. The<br />

Lyttelton match was played<br />

in warm weather, with the<br />

match being closely contested<br />

until the last quarter,<br />

when Norths (Titahi <strong>Bay</strong>)<br />

took control and won the<br />

match 39 to 10. The Lyttelton<br />

team took confidence from<br />

the match and trained hard<br />

for the return match in Titahi<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> the following weekend<br />

16th-18th <strong>September</strong> <strong>2016</strong>.<br />

In typical Wellington<br />

weather, windy and wet,<br />

played with both teams<br />

showing good skills under<br />

the conditions with Lyttelton<br />

having the edge in the<br />

Forwards and Norths (Titahi<br />

<strong>Bay</strong>) in Backs.<br />

Although,<br />

Norths (Titahi<br />

<strong>Bay</strong>), with the<br />

wind in the<br />

first half got<br />

out to an early<br />

lead the<br />

Lyttelton team<br />

fought hard and attacked<br />

the opposition goal line for<br />

the majority of the second<br />

half to lose the match 26-10<br />

to a spirited and good<br />

defensive Norths (Titahi<br />

<strong>Bay</strong>) team. The match was<br />

watched by a good crowd<br />

with 19 Adults from<br />

Lyttelton travelling up to<br />

Wellington to support the<br />

team. A special thank you<br />

must go out to all our<br />

sponsors and supporters for<br />

this Annual trip, especially to<br />

MUNZ Local 43 Lyttelton<br />

Branch of the Maritime<br />

Union of NZ and The<br />

Lyttelton Port of<br />

Christchurch for their generous<br />

support.<br />

Nick Howie- assistant coach<br />

Hamish Bain<br />

Rob Arrandale -assistant coach<br />

Connor Buckley<br />

Luke Caldwell<br />

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Logan Masterson<br />

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Rose McArthur<br />

Tyrese McGregor<br />

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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

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Mel Hubber (nee Lowen)<br />

Owner Operator<br />

No. of years in travel: 22 years<br />

No. of countries visited: 57<br />

Travel for me has been a way of life over<br />

a twenty year career. I consider<br />

my travel style to be ‘active<br />

relaxation’ and love beaches,<br />

mountains and different<br />

cultures in particular Europe.<br />

I love local cuisine, markets<br />

and historical sites.<br />

I have a wealth of knowledge<br />

to help put the pieces of<br />

a complex travel jigsaw<br />

together.<br />

CONTACT MEL<br />

Email: mellowen@hot.co.nz<br />

Phone: 376 4018<br />

Kim Beswick<br />

Owner Operator<br />

No. of years in travel: 10 years<br />

No. of countries visited: 114<br />

I have travelled to 114 countries<br />

on all continents. I love sharing<br />

my expertise on cruising,<br />

having worked onboard<br />

cruise ships for 8 years.<br />

Travel is a way of life for<br />

me, & I love helping my<br />

clients to plan their own<br />

amazing holidays and<br />

adventure.<br />

CONTACT KIM<br />

Email: kbeswick@hot.co.nz<br />

Phone: 376 4019<br />

Nicky De Clifford<br />

Travel Specialist<br />

No. of years in travel: 23 years<br />

No. of countries visited: 30<br />

Having a young child I am always on the look-out for<br />

great family holiday destinations.<br />

Recent visits include the<br />

Sunshine Coast and Thailand<br />

which offer great value<br />

accommodation, excellent<br />

weather and food and the<br />

locals are super friendly<br />

and just love kids! Other<br />

family destinations I can<br />

recommend are Hawaii,<br />

Bali, Fiji and Rarotonga.<br />

CONTACT NICKY<br />

Email: ndeclifford@hot.co.nz<br />

Phone: 376 4031<br />

Anna O’Dell<br />

Travel Specialist<br />

No. of years in travel: 2 years<br />

No. of countries visited: 36<br />

Having travelled extensively I<br />

thoroughly enjoy immersing<br />

myself in the rich culture of<br />

any destination I get the<br />

opportunity to visit. Travel is<br />

my passion & I love helping<br />

clients create an unforgettable<br />

experience that is uniquely<br />

their own!<br />

Alisha Russell<br />

Travel Specialist<br />

No. of years in travel: 1 years<br />

No. of countries visited: 32<br />

I have travelled to over 35 different<br />

countries and my “to-do” list is<br />

forever growing! Europe with<br />

its history and culture is a<br />

definite favourite of mine.<br />

For me, travel is inspiring<br />

and transformative - it allows<br />

you to learn more about the<br />

world around you, and in<br />

the process, more about<br />

yourself.<br />

Harriet Babe<br />

Travel Specialist<br />

No. of years in travel: 1 years<br />

No. of countries visited: 22<br />

I love travel- to enjoy different cuisine,<br />

culture, history, scenery, people<br />

and their language. You feel a<br />

sense of richness of a culture,<br />

especially accessing places<br />

that are so remote and<br />

untouched. Sports games<br />

are a highlight of most of my<br />

holidays as well as exploring<br />

national parks!<br />

CONTACT ANNA<br />

Email: annao@hot.co.nz<br />

Phone: 376 4036<br />

CONTACT ALISHA<br />

Email: alishar@hot.co.nz<br />

Phone: 376 4023<br />

CONTACT HARRIET<br />

Email: harriets@hot.co.nz<br />

Phone: 376 4027<br />

Melanie Bartram<br />

Travel Specialist<br />

No. of years in travel: 20 years<br />

No. of countries visited: 53<br />

With an extensive travel background and a never<br />

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Having lived in four different<br />

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adventure to create those<br />

unforgettable memories.<br />

CONTACT MELANIE<br />

Email: melanieb@hot.co.nz<br />

Phone: 376 40<strong>21</strong><br />

Melissa Bannister<br />

Sales Support<br />

No. of years in travel: 16<br />

No. of countries visited: 14<br />

I am the newest member to the House of Travel<br />

Ferrymead team, but I join them<br />

with years of invaluable travel<br />

experience within the industry.<br />

My most recent role was as<br />

a sales representative for a<br />

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company. I love being able to<br />

help others plan the holiday<br />

of their dreams and come<br />

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memories that will last<br />

a lifetime.<br />

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Email: melissab@hot.co.nz<br />

Phone: 376 4022<br />

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I love to travel and have been to some great countries<br />

so far however there are many more I am longing<br />

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After moving up from Ashburton with his<br />

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he is enjoying designing and crafting a range of<br />

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more recently adding to the range with guitar<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 19<br />

Your Local Views<br />

Weather is unpredictable –<br />

check before heading out<br />

ews<br />

• BY GARY MANCH,<br />

<br />

NAVIGATIONAL SAFETY OFFICER,<br />

LYTTELTON<br />

SPRING IS such a delightful<br />

time of the year.<br />

The blossom trees are<br />

blooming and daffodils are<br />

standing tall in lush, green<br />

ashion<br />

fields. It makes you feel grateful<br />

to be alive as we enjoy better<br />

weather and longer days.<br />

However, this nirvana I speak<br />

of can change very quickly.<br />

When I was driving to work last<br />

week, there was a thick, low fog<br />

with visibility to almost 50m.<br />

This made me think about<br />

how quickly weather can<br />

Gardening<br />

change. It can be perfect one<br />

minute and rubbish the next.<br />

I’ve never been caught out by<br />

bad weather in a boat but I have,<br />

on the odd occasion, had to<br />

ride my motor-cycle home in a<br />

southerly downpour. This is not<br />

much fun, I can tell you.<br />

The beauty of riding my<br />

motor-cycle during bad weather<br />

otoring<br />

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The same cannot be said for<br />

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boaties don’t have the luxury of<br />

being close to a spot where we<br />

can moor up, grab a coffee and<br />

wait for the squall to pass.<br />

Checking the weather and<br />

conditions before heading out<br />

on the ocean, lake or river is<br />

absolutely crucial. Every water<br />

body has its own hazards<br />

which need to be reviewed<br />

properly before heading out for<br />

the day.<br />

Here’s a scenario to consider:<br />

A jet boater decides to go up<br />

river without checking the<br />

weather or mountain forecast.<br />

The river is initially low, but as<br />

the jet boater heads up the river,<br />

the water flow increases due to<br />

snow melt from previous days<br />

and heavy rain.<br />

Water levels become<br />

unmanageable and the jet<br />

boater is stuck on a bank in the<br />

middle of nowhere, calling for<br />

help. This hypothetical situation<br />

could have been avoided. The<br />

skipper just needed to spend five<br />

minutes checking the weather<br />

and river forecasts.<br />

Preparing well before your<br />

day on the water means you<br />

will avoid an incident and<br />

happily drive back home on one<br />

of Canterbury’s calm, spring<br />

afternoons.<br />

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what we get, but we make a life<br />

by what we give.” – Winston<br />

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and their impact on<br />

community health and<br />

obesity rates<br />

THERE IS increasing community<br />

concern about the number of fastfood<br />

outlets around local schools<br />

such as Linwood College because<br />

of the message it sends children<br />

about poor food choices. I’m<br />

interested in community views on<br />

whether there should be a levy on<br />

sugary soft drinks to encourage<br />

students and parents to make<br />

healthier choices.<br />

Obesity is overtaking tobacco<br />

as the major cause of preventable<br />

illness and death in New<br />

Zealand. One in four adult New<br />

Zealanders either has type two<br />

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and is at risk of getting type two<br />

diabetes.<br />

By 20<strong>21</strong>, the cost of treating<br />

type two diabetes is expected to<br />

be more than $2 billion. This will<br />

swamp our health services and<br />

swallow a chunk of the current<br />

annual $15 billion health budget.<br />

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could be ploughed back into<br />

health promotion programmes.<br />

Our smoking rates have declined<br />

with Government action<br />

to change environmental factors<br />

around tobacco. These have<br />

included higher excise taxes on<br />

tobacco, and the Smoke-free Environments<br />

Act which restricts<br />

where and how tobacco can be<br />

sold and outlaws tobacco advertising<br />

and sponsorship.<br />

Sugar is robbing our children<br />

of their health and knocking<br />

years off their life expectancy.<br />

We could follow UK’s lead and<br />

put children’s health and wellbeing<br />

ahead of the interests of the<br />

junk food industry.<br />

The governments of the UK,<br />

Mexico, France and Norway all<br />

have such a levy. A tax on sugary<br />

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Zealand Medical Association and<br />

the World Health Organisation.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

SCHOOLS<br />

Happy birthday<br />

SCHOOLS<br />

Roald Dahl<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> School celebrated the 100th birthday of Roald<br />

Dahl who was a British novelist, short story writer, poet, screenwriter,<br />

and fighter pilot. His books have sold more than 250 million copies<br />

worldwide. He died in 1990. The children made play dough sweets<br />

from Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory, made curled paper beards for<br />

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

SPORTS<br />

SPORTS<br />

SWEET SHOP: Children<br />

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INSPIRED: Pupils draw<br />

giants in honour of Roald<br />

Dahl’s BFG book.<br />

Pupils enjoy skiing and snow<br />

IT’S BEEN a busy week for Our<br />

Lady Star of the Sea School pupils.<br />

The year 5-8 pupils went on<br />

their annual ski trip to Mt Hutt.<br />

The children go on a ski trip<br />

every year from year 5 through to<br />

year 8. The weather was magical,<br />

with great snow and everyone<br />

had a blast.<br />

Year 7 pupil Lucy Walker<br />

also organised a Mufti Day<br />

for Maddie. Maddie is from<br />

Christchurch who is raising<br />

money for a kidney transplant.<br />

This was totally generated by<br />

pupils and led by Lucy.<br />

LYTTELTON Primary School<br />

has been fitted out with a new<br />

playground after officially<br />

opening its school premises in<br />

June.<br />

The playground was opened<br />

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sung the school waiata.<br />

Principal Diana Feary said the<br />

playground has been covered<br />

with busy and active children<br />

since it was officially opened.<br />

“They love it. After school it’s<br />

just as busy as it is during school<br />

time,” she said.<br />

The playground includes<br />

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“From where the seats come<br />

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New playground proves popular<br />

the sea and then when the slide<br />

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Ms Feary has resigned as<br />

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find us<br />

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and special quotes, stock liquidations and commercial quantities. The in-store price may be lower than that advertised.


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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

SPORTS<br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 23<br />

Still Pedalling!<br />

Trevor Crowe’s been involved with<br />

cars for a while. You can benefit from<br />

his experience at...<br />

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

trading in their old soccer gear for new equipment. ​<br />

Port gives to football club<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

IT WAS a case of out with the<br />

old and in with the new for<br />

Lyttelton Football Club after<br />

the port company funded<br />

the purchase of new sporting<br />

equipment.<br />

The club developed a<br />

programme in 2012 to teach<br />

young children about the game<br />

and Lyttelton Port of Christchurch<br />

sponsored the purchase<br />

of sporting gear to cater for<br />

increasing numbers.<br />

Club head coach Mick<br />

Stephenson said world famous<br />

football players like Lionel<br />

Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo<br />

were driving young people to<br />

the sport.<br />

“Until now we’ve been running<br />

the programme using<br />

secondhand equipment and<br />

make-shift goal posts, so we<br />

haven’t had the resources to<br />

really excel,” he said.<br />

“The equipment LPC funded<br />

has been the best thing to happen<br />

since we started. We now<br />

have almost 100 children registered<br />

so we’ve decided to run<br />

the programme throughout<br />

the school term.”<br />

The Introduction to Football<br />

course teaches youngsters,<br />

aged eight to 13, the rules of<br />

the sport and helps them develop<br />

the basic skills a beginner<br />

footballer needs.<br />

“We’ve seen an increase in<br />

young girls keen to take up the<br />

sport,” Stephenson said.<br />

“Football is a great way to<br />

bring people together.”<br />

Six senior club players, eager<br />

to help the next generation<br />

develop their skills, volunteer<br />

their time to run the sessions.<br />

LPC chief executive Peter<br />

Davie said the sponsorship was<br />

part of the company’s ongoing<br />

commitment to the harbour<br />

basin community.<br />

“It’s great to see so many<br />

local youngsters developing<br />

an interest in sport and we’re<br />

pleased that our sponsorship<br />

has had such a positive impact<br />

on the programme,” he said.<br />

The programme is held three<br />

times a week at the Lyttelton<br />

Primary School and the Lyttelton<br />

Recreation Centre.<br />

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Let’s work together for a<br />

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PAGE 24 BAY HARBOUR<br />

Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

FISHERMAN’S<br />

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12pm till Late<br />

DONATION: Kiwi Can Values leader Peter Mudunaivalu;<br />

Bidvest’s Mark McGale, Rory Hallissey, Chris Graham;<br />

Graeme Dingle Foundation Canterbury trustee Greg<br />

McGale, regional manager Noeline Allan; and Kiwi Can<br />

Values leader Nicky Cameron.<br />

Bidvest support<br />

school children<br />

• By Annabelle Dick<br />

PORT HILLS business<br />

Bidvest has stepped up to<br />

support more than 700<br />

children to acquire important<br />

life skills necessary to achieve<br />

success.<br />

Bidvest recently presented<br />

a cheque of $12,220 to the<br />

Graeme Dingle Foundation in<br />

Christchurch which delivers<br />

four programmes into both<br />

primary and high schools<br />

across the city.<br />

These funds will be used<br />

to support the continuation<br />

of the Kiwi Can Values<br />

programme being delivered<br />

at St Anne’s Catholic School,<br />

Bromley School and Christchurch<br />

East School. Kiwi Can<br />

Values is a life skills programme,<br />

delivered to schools<br />

by trained leaders, with every<br />

child attending a once a week<br />

lesson, every week of the<br />

school year.<br />

HEART HELP: The Heathcote Valley Association<br />

has been fortunate enough to receive a grant from<br />

Freemasons New Zealand for an automated external<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 25<br />

Inspiring young minds<br />

Heathcote Valley Preschool is a modern,<br />

purpose built Childcare Centre located in<br />

Heathcote Valley, Christchurch with an<br />

emphasis on high quality care and education<br />

for all young children comprising of three<br />

individual areas. We cater for families with<br />

children aged 3 months to six years.<br />

What makes us unique:<br />

✓ State of the Art, purpose built facilities.<br />

Stimulating, spacious and fully air-conditioned<br />

modern learning environment<br />

✓ Teaching room designed to aid in transitioning<br />

to school<br />

✓ Dedicated, professionally qualified teachers<br />

✓ Low child to teacher ratio<br />

✓ Quality, comprehensive, educational learning<br />

programmes<br />

✓ Web-based learning stories through EDUCA<br />

✓ We offer 20 hours ECE for all 3 and 4 year old<br />

children<br />

✓ On-site chef providing nutritious meals and<br />

snacks<br />

✓ On-site hairdresser<br />

✓ Extra curricular activities offered include PMP,<br />

brain gym, dance classes, sporty shorties,<br />

instruments, learning other languages<br />

Nursery<br />

Our Nursery provides a peaceful and nurturing environment<br />

for your 0-18 month old child. Our high teacher to child ratio<br />

ensures your baby receives full attention and individual care<br />

consistently each day. An inspiring environment offers a range of<br />

safe equipment and activities that allows babies to explore, excite,<br />

discover, stimulate and experiment through their sensory play.<br />

Toddlers<br />

Our Toddler room is set up for children aged between 18 months<br />

and 2-year-old children and children aged between 2-3 years of age<br />

with a focus on independence and self help skills. The environment<br />

highlights space for child to explore, challenge, discover and foster<br />

their physical and social skills. Our 18 month to 2-year-old children<br />

use our primary care-giving system as the Nursery children.<br />

Preschool<br />

Our Preschool learning programmes are designed to support<br />

children aged 3 to 5 years old as they discover who they are so that<br />

they can learn to express their own opinions and nurturing ideas.<br />

Our environment offers stimulating, challenging and accessible<br />

resources in a specially created environment entices the child to<br />

explore, discover, manipulate and learn.<br />

The Teaching Room<br />

The Teaching room is a prepared environment providing an<br />

education foundation for successful future development. The room<br />

is a well resourced, specifically designed environment set within<br />

the centre designed for children over 3 years. Within this prepared<br />

environment we are able to recognise the unique and diverse<br />

learning approaches of each child.<br />

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Come in for a visit and experience the difference.<br />

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To find out more,<br />

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[Edition datE]<br />

Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

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The Health effects<br />

of sugar<br />

Should we be alarmed or is this<br />

likely to be another area that<br />

science backtracks on?<br />

The answer to that question is<br />

Yes, we should be worried, there are real<br />

problems caused by the volume of sugar<br />

being consumed by the average person<br />

and when look back over the last decades<br />

the problem is getting worse, not better.<br />

Developments in research and<br />

understanding the fields of nutrition and<br />

food safety change how we view products<br />

we consume and patterns of consumption<br />

can make the negative effects of foods<br />

more pronounced.<br />

While these advances should be<br />

embraced, as each development leads<br />

to better understanding and health<br />

outcomes it can also be frustrating to the<br />

average consumer who can feel like just<br />

when they ‘get’ a good healthy eating plan<br />

together, the rules change.<br />

The recommendations for sugar are a<br />

good example of how information can<br />

be confusing, some sources encourage<br />

the complete ban on all sugar containing<br />

products and others, such as the heart<br />

foundation recommend a reduction<br />

rather than complete removal.<br />

It’s not so confusing though really, at<br />

no time in history has sugar ever been<br />

presented as a healthy food, but as in the<br />

past it took more effort to consume sugar<br />

it was less of a problem, we could ‘get<br />

away with it’.<br />

In the past sugar was something that<br />

you could control through how much you<br />

added, in baking and to your cup of tea.<br />

This knowledge then transferred into the<br />

first generation of convenience food, if it<br />

was sweet, it had sugar in it.<br />

What we now face as a challenge is<br />

not that suddenly sugar is bad, but that<br />

it is added, often quietly, to many of the<br />

processed foods we consume, even when<br />

they aren’t sweet.<br />

The availability and often-reduced price<br />

of these foods compared to healthier<br />

option make them an easy choice to the<br />

time poor or uneducated consumer.<br />

There are some simple tips you can<br />

follow, including reading food labels;<br />

consuming as much food as possible<br />

in a state close to its natural form and<br />

avoiding sugary drinks. Consumers also<br />

need to be aware of marketing claims that<br />

do not provide the full nutritional picture<br />

of a product.<br />

A sensible place to start is by combining<br />

a diet low in processed food and sugar<br />

combined with regular activity as the<br />

path to long-term health.<br />

What we now face as a challenge<br />

is not that suddenly sugar is bad,<br />

but that it is added, often quietly<br />

to many of the processed foods<br />

we consume, even when they<br />

aren’t sweet.<br />

For more advice and direction to<br />

improve your health talk to your<br />

registered exercise professional, they<br />

can offer some advice and are able to<br />

refer you to sources of information and<br />

other nutritional professionals that you<br />

can trust.<br />

Healthy Aging & The Brain<br />

How to age gracefully using time honoured Herbal Remedies<br />

Wednesday, <strong>September</strong> 28th 6pm<br />

• Find out how to use herbs and nutrition to improve brain function<br />

and why this organ needs protecting<br />

• Learn how to age gracefully with the use of herbal remedies and nutrition<br />

• Minimise the effects of aging and learn tips to help you better care for your<br />

brain ~ the single most important organ in your body<br />

$30 per person ~ Collect a 15% discount voucher on the night and receive<br />

a handout with take home information.<br />

THE<br />

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19/3 Garlands Road, Woolston, Christchurch|Ph. 389 0857<br />

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HEALTH PROFESSIONALS | HERBAL MEDICINE | NUTRITION EDUCATION | PREVENTION


PAGE 28 BAY HARBOUR<br />

Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

SuperMeals!<br />

Thai Beef Salad<br />

Serves: 6 | Minutes: 15<br />

This week’s SuperMeal!<br />

Thai Beef Salad<br />

SuperValue.co.nz/Recipes<br />

Fresh NZ Beef Rump Steak<br />

Hass Avocados<br />

SuperMeals!<br />

Recipe online.<br />

$<br />

14 99<br />

kg<br />

99 c each<br />

Fresh Tegel NZ Chicken Thigh Portions<br />

Loose White Button Mushrooms<br />

$<br />

5 99<br />

kg<br />

$<br />

7 99<br />

kg<br />

Griffin’s Chocolate Wheaten/Thins/<br />

Afghans/Krispie 200g<br />

Whittaker’s Chocolate Block 250g<br />

Schweppes Sparkling Soft Drink 1.5L<br />

(Excludes Classic Dry)<br />

$<br />

1 99<br />

each<br />

Mac’s Beer<br />

12 x 330ml Bottles<br />

$<br />

4 29<br />

each<br />

Montana Classic/Selaks<br />

Premium Selection<br />

750ml<br />

3 for<br />

$<br />

4 00<br />

Just Juice/Citrus<br />

Tree Fruit Juice<br />

2.4/2.8L<br />

Please drink<br />

responsibly<br />

$<br />

23 99<br />

pack<br />

SuperValueNZ<br />

SuperValue.co.nz<br />

$<br />

8 99<br />

each<br />

$<br />

4 00<br />

each<br />

SuperValue Lyttelton: 17 London Street, Lyttelton. Phone 328 7368. Open 7am-9pm, 7 days.<br />

SuperValue Sumner: 3 Village Mall, Sumner. Phone 326 5688. Open 7am-9pm, 7 days.<br />

Specials available from Wednesday, <strong>21</strong>st <strong>September</strong> until Sunday, 25th <strong>September</strong> <strong>2016</strong> or while stocks last. We reserve the right to limit quantities. All limits specified apply per customer<br />

per day. Trade not supplied. Prepared meals are serving suggestions only. Props not included. Certain products may not be available in all stores. Proprietary brands not for resale.<br />

Customer Support Freephone 0800 40 40 40.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

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Lyttelton in the 1990s<br />

Paintings and graphics by Fred<br />

Tunicliffe<br />

Runs through to <strong>September</strong> 30,<br />

10am-4pm Monday -Saturday,<br />

11am-3pm Sunday<br />

Lytel Gallery, 20 Oxford St,<br />

Lyttelton<br />

Te Pataka a Rakaihautu –<br />

Stories of Banks Peninsula<br />

<strong>September</strong> 10-October 2,<br />

2-5pm Thursday and Friday,<br />

11am-4pm Saturday and Sunday<br />

Te Pātaka a Rākaihautū – the<br />

food basket of the great explorer<br />

Rākaihautū – is the name given<br />

to Banks Peninsula by successive<br />

generations of Māori.<br />

The 15 accomplished and<br />

emerging artists in this exhibition<br />

illuminate some of the<br />

many stories, past and present,<br />

of the Banks Peninsula area and<br />

ask what the human influence<br />

has been on this plentiful environment.<br />

50 Works Gallery, 50 London<br />

St, Lyttelton<br />

Knit ‘n’ Yarn<br />

Today, 10am-11am<br />

Head along to Lyttelton<br />

Library to Knit ‘n’ Yarn. Take<br />

your knitting, crochet or other<br />

portable craft project and enjoy<br />

time with other crafters.<br />

Temporary Lyttelton Library<br />

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

by 5pm each Wednesday<br />

at Trinity Hall, free, beginners<br />

welcome.<br />

Meditation and Buddhism<br />

Wednesdays<br />

Today, 7.30-9pm<br />

Each class consists of a guided<br />

meditation and a talk based on<br />

Buddhist wisdom. Classes are<br />

suitable for everyone. Join in any<br />

week, booking is not required.<br />

This course will help you to<br />

experience mental clarity and<br />

inner peace by meditating on<br />

the mind itself. Meditating on<br />

our own mind has many benefits<br />

from calming our mind and<br />

helping us to dissolve away distractions,<br />

worry and delusions,<br />

to improving our concentration<br />

and mindfulness.<br />

Suggested donation of $10<br />

Mt Pleasant Community<br />

Centre, 3 McCormacks <strong>Bay</strong> Rd<br />

Create ‘n’ Connect Art and<br />

Craft group<br />

Tomorrow, 9.30am-noon<br />

You are welcome to go and<br />

enjoy creativity in company.<br />

Take your project, or help is<br />

provide for getting inspiration<br />

for something new to do.<br />

Phone Beth for more info on<br />

022 6781252<br />

St Andrews Church, 148 Main<br />

Rd, Redcliffs<br />

GIG: Both Sides of the Line will be playing at the<br />

Wunderbar in Lyttelton on Saturday. They are promoting<br />

their new album, Party Line! which was released last<br />

weekend in Dunedin. The band will be supported by<br />

Christchurch singer/songwriter Lisa Tui.<br />

Learn to Sail<br />

Saturday, 9am-5.30pm<br />

Learning to sail is a lot of<br />

fun and provides children and<br />

adults of all ages with valuable<br />

life skills. To help children and<br />

families to get into sailing in an<br />

easy and affordable way without<br />

the up-front cost of having to<br />

purchase a boat, Naval Point<br />

Club in Lyttleton has 10 wellequipped<br />

Optimist dinghy’s.<br />

Phone David Noakes:<br />

0<strong>21</strong> 02288411 or email programmes@navalpoint.co.nz.<br />

Naval Point Club Lyttelton,<br />

Erskine Point, Lyttelton<br />

Storytimes / Wā Kōrero<br />

Tuesday, <strong>September</strong> 27,<br />

11-11.30am<br />

Programme for pre-schoolers<br />

include stories, music,<br />

movement and rhymes.<br />

Kōrero pukapuka, pūoru,<br />

korikori.<br />

Temporary Lyttelton Library at<br />

Trinity Hall, free.<br />

Mt Pleasant art exhibition<br />

October 15-16, Saturday<br />

6-9pm, Sunday 10am-3pm<br />

Join us for the annual Mt<br />

Pleasant art exhibition. This<br />

year the exhibition will be held<br />

at the fantastic new Mt Pleasant<br />

Community Centre overlooking<br />

the estuary. The art exhibition<br />

will transform the community<br />

centre into an art gallery and will<br />

be held over two days – an evening<br />

gala opening on Saturday,<br />

October 15 (ticketed event) followed<br />

on Sunday by what promises<br />

to be an entertaining day out<br />

for the whole community.<br />

All of the proceeds from this<br />

event will go to Mt Pleasant<br />

School.<br />

Mt Pleasant War Memorial<br />

Community Centre, 3<br />

McCormacks <strong>Bay</strong> Rd<br />

Markets<br />

• Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:<br />

The market has temporarily<br />

moved to the western end of the<br />

McCormacks <strong>Bay</strong> Reserve. You<br />

will find it at the intersection<br />

of McCormacks <strong>Bay</strong> and Main<br />

Rds. Every Saturday, 9.30am-<br />

12.30pm.<br />

• Lyttelton Farmers Market:<br />

Every Saturday, 10am-1pm,<br />

London St.<br />

3 Garlands Road, Woolston<br />

DeluxeCinemas.co.nz<br />

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Young Children<br />

WED<br />

4:10pm 12:10pm, SAT/SUN: 4.15pm, 2:00pm, 8:20pm 6:10pm, 8:30pm MON: 12:00pm, 8:35pm<br />

Pauline Collins, Jonathan Pryce<br />

THU TUE: 12:00 10:00ampm, 6:00pm, 8:20pm DOUG M Course Language and sexual references.<br />

WED 12:10pm, 4.15pm, 8:20pm<br />

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THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS: WED: 10:15am, 4:15pm THU: M Violence, 10:00am,<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

FAMILY FUN<br />

FOR EVERYONE AT WESTFIELD RICCARTON<br />

MONDAY 26 SEPTEMBER – FRIDAY 7 OCTOBER<br />

CAP COLOURING FUN<br />

10.30am - 2.30pm,<br />

Monday 26 – Friday 30 <strong>September</strong><br />

Come colour in your very own cap with<br />

Monty, then take it home to wear.<br />

Vote for your favourite cap and<br />

help CanTeen and Child Cancer<br />

Foundation win a share of<br />

$12,000 thanks to Westfield’s<br />

community program.<br />

Packed with games, cool activity<br />

ideas and plenty of information about<br />

GREEN FAIRY MAGIC<br />

our fun-filled events, Monty’s World<br />

10.30am lets - 2.30pm, your little ones have fun with<br />

Monday their 3 – Friday favourite 7 October monkey online, any<br />

Experience time, The from Green any Fairy device. (NZ’s frist<br />

virtual reality film), and also create a<br />

magical traffic light to bring to life a<br />

Green<br />

Packed<br />

Fairy<br />

with<br />

of<br />

games,<br />

your own.<br />

cool activity<br />

ideas and plenty of information about<br />

Plus our fun-filled if you snap events, yourself Monty’s at our World Green<br />

Fairy lets your photo little wall ones and share have fun it on with<br />

Westfield’s their favourite Facebook monkey page, online, you any could<br />

be time, in to from win* any one device. of three Jumpflex<br />

trampoline prize packs.<br />

MONTY MORNINGS<br />

Take a well-earned break and grab<br />

a free coffee * while your under-fives<br />

have barrels of fun at Monty Mornings.<br />

Monty will be on hand the last Tuesday<br />

of every month † to entertain the kids<br />

with arts and crafts, and the best part<br />

is it’s free.<br />

FAMILY-FRIENDLY SHOPPING<br />

With special parent parking, kids’ play areas, parents rooms<br />

and Kiddie Kruzzer hire, we make it easy to shop with the whole<br />

family at Westfield Riccarton.<br />

MONTY’S WORLD<br />

Packed with games, cool activity<br />

ideas and plenty of information about<br />

our fun-filled events, Monty’s World<br />

lets your little ones have fun with<br />

their favourite monkey online, any<br />

time, from any device.<br />

LEGO, the LEGO logo and DUPLO are trademarks<br />

of the LEGO Group. © <strong>2016</strong> The LEGO Group.<br />

WESTFIELD KIDS<br />

MONTYSWORLD.CO.NZ<br />

*Terms and conditions apply.<br />

^Bookings taken on the day in Centre Court.<br />

See Customer Service for more details.


24th & 25th<br />

SEPTEMBER<br />

HORNCASTLE ARENA<br />

CHRISTCHURCH<br />

10AM – 5PM DOOR SALES $10<br />

CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE<br />

Grab your girlfriends, mum or<br />

daughters and come have a<br />

great day out!<br />

• Over 200 Companies Involved<br />

• Everything from wine and food to shopping,<br />

fashion, business, beauty & lots more<br />

• Moisture Mist and Za Makeup Lounge<br />

• Style Mystic Hair Lounge<br />

• Acacia Beauty Bar<br />

• Goodie Bags<br />

• Taste Zone<br />

• Craft Zone<br />

• Springfree NZ Jump Zone<br />

You deserve a girl’s day out.<br />

www.expos.co.nz 06 354 0498<br />

Join us at one of Christchurch’s largest events<br />

If you’ve been searching for the ultimate occasion for you and<br />

your girlfriends to get together, then here it is. The annual<br />

Women’s Lifestyle Expo is back in Christchurch once more with<br />

their biggest Expo yet. With more sites to shop from than ever<br />

before do not leave your eftpos card at home!<br />

Featuring lots of new companies<br />

and everything from fashion and<br />

accessories to giftware, fantastic<br />

food and wine, crafts, unique<br />

businesses, beauty and so much<br />

more – what interests the modern<br />

women will be at the Expo.<br />

so many wonderful companies and<br />

do lots of shopping under the one<br />

roof. Aside from having the best<br />

of local companies exhibiting at<br />

the Expo we have a large number<br />

With well over 200 companies<br />

involved it will be one of the<br />

largest events held in the region<br />

and organisers expect many<br />

thousand women to visit the Expo<br />

over the two days. Renee Murray<br />

from Expo Organisers, NZME<br />

Events says “We will be bringing a<br />

fabulous experience to the women<br />

of Canterbury for one weekend.<br />

Don’t miss this opportunity to see<br />

of national companies who<br />

will travel to Christchurch<br />

from all around New Zealand<br />

especially to show local women<br />

their products. This is a great<br />

chance for women to stop,<br />

relax and spoil themselves for<br />

one weekend”.<br />

Take time for yourself; Have a Mother Daughter day out or grab the<br />

girlfriends and head to the Women’s Lifestyle Expo on this 24 and<br />

25 <strong>September</strong> at the Horncastle Arena. Door Sales only $10.


Be Pampered at the Expo<br />

Make sure you stop off at the Acacia<br />

Beauty Bar and treat yourself to a<br />

relaxing nail treatment or one of their<br />

many beauty treatments on site including<br />

reflexology, threading or a skin analysis.<br />

Acacia Skin, Health & Beauty are<br />

passionate about enhancing the lives<br />

of their clients - it’s all about you being<br />

lavished with the best experience and<br />

treatments to make the most of your<br />

body and beauty. You will look and<br />

feel fantastic after receiving the ‘Acacia<br />

treatment’.<br />

The Style Mystic Hair Lounge will be a<br />

popular destination for Expo visitors –<br />

take a seat and let the team spoil you with<br />

a new style or even a head, neck and<br />

shoulder massage. Why not have your<br />

hair curled or straightened and leave the<br />

Expo feeling like a new you.<br />

Your Expo experience won’t be complete<br />

until you visit the Moisture Mist and Za<br />

Makeup Lounge where not only will<br />

you find these Shiseido brands at great<br />

prices but the team onsite will be offering<br />

makeovers to Expo visitors. Find out the<br />

best colours and products to suit your<br />

own individual needs and leave the Expo<br />

feeling like a new woman!<br />

Grab a Goodie<br />

Bag Bargain<br />

Only available for purchase at the<br />

Women’s Lifestyle Expo these<br />

goodie Bags are perfect for expo<br />

visitors who love a bargain. They<br />

are a mystery bag including a scarf,<br />

variety of skincare & cosmetic<br />

products & more. Priced at only<br />

$20 these bags are sure to be a hit<br />

with Expo visitors and are strictly<br />

available only while stocks last.<br />

The Women’s Lifestyle Expo, on at Horncastle Arena, Christchurch this 24th & 25th <strong>September</strong>. Door Sales only $10. For more details please see www.e<br />

Natural health ion core and<br />

magnetic therapy products<br />

Present this coupon to us on<br />

stand number 720 to receive<br />

<br />

25%<br />

discount<br />

off our Titanium & Stainless<br />

jewellery range.<br />

Exclusive to Christchurch Expo’ only.<br />

50%<br />

OFF<br />

Gift Certificates*<br />

$400 gift certifcate for<br />

$200 with SURPRISES<br />

during the weekend!<br />

www.litevibe.co.nz<br />

Children | Fantasy | Maternity | Newborns<br />

www.PhotoWorthyImages.com


WIN BIG at the Expo!<br />

When you arrive at the Expo make sure you enter to win the huge door prize<br />

on offer. Worth over $4000 with contributions from various exhibitors this<br />

will be a fabulous prize for one lucky visitor.<br />

One of the prizes is a pair of white gold<br />

and diamond vertical bar earrings worth<br />

$850 from exhibitor Polished Diamonds.<br />

Make sure you visit the Polished Diamonds<br />

site in the Expo and learn how they can<br />

help with your choice of diamond rings,<br />

wedding rings, necklaces and pendants.<br />

They specialise in setting World Quality<br />

GIA certified diamonds and other highly<br />

precious stones like sapphire, ruby and<br />

tanzanite.<br />

You could also win a trip for two on the<br />

Otago Central Rail Trail Trust. This is<br />

an amazing experience, all off-road, no<br />

traffic, just Central Otago’s big skies and<br />

distinctive landscape to enjoy. Visit the<br />

team from Otago Central Rail Trail Trust<br />

on their site at the Expo and find out why<br />

thousands of people love exploring the<br />

trail. Whatever your interests are, there’s<br />

something there for you. Discover old<br />

historic gold-mining villages, country<br />

pubs, rugged scenery, or try some great<br />

off-trail adventures. Get a group of<br />

friends together and come and find what<br />

“Southern Hospitality” is all about.<br />

Aside from the door prize many exhibitors<br />

will be offering their own competitions and<br />

giveaways on site with lots of expo only<br />

specials.<br />

xpos.co.nz or to keep in touch with all the Expo news and competitions, join the Expo’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/WomensLifestyleExpo.<br />

WIN!<br />

$500 Snowberry<br />

Gift Pack<br />

Be in the draw when you buy<br />

Snowberry (Save 10%)<br />

Find us at Stand #100<br />

snowberry.co.nz<br />

Heart Stopper Challenge<br />

Fri 7 October <strong>2016</strong>, 3-5pm<br />

TAKE THE PLUNGE<br />

to support Heart Kids through life<br />

Be part of our annual<br />

fundraising event!<br />

12 children are born every week in<br />

NZ with a heart defect.<br />

Help raise funds for Canterbury Kids<br />

living with a heart condition.<br />

• Easy to register • Fun event<br />

More info at<br />

heartstopper.org.nz<br />

or phone Judith<br />

343 3902<br />

info@heartcanterbury.org.nz<br />

WE WOULD LOVE TO INVITE YOU<br />

TO OUR NEXT SALE!!<br />

Rencontres Blings sells homemade Scented<br />

Soy Candles, Hand Soaps and Bath Bombs.<br />

The Products are all made from natural<br />

ingredients and fragrances.<br />

We will be at the<br />

Christchurch Women’s Lifestyle Expo,<br />

located next to Harvey Norman Booth<br />

or see us at the Riccarton Markets.<br />

SEE YOU ALL THERE!<br />

Any questions, email us<br />

rencontresblings@gmail.com or visit our FB page<br />

Women’s LifestyLe expo speCiAL<br />

Bring this coupon into the show and<br />

book your Semi-Permanent makeup or<br />

Body Art tattoo session for October or<br />

November and receive 30% off!<br />

Show special only. Must be for base work valued at $200 or over.<br />

Google Search (DPazzo Christchurch)


Enjoy unique shopping to be found at Women’s Expo<br />

With over 200 sites to browse, unique businesses to discover,<br />

shopping, bargains and laughter, the Expo is the ultimate day<br />

out for every woman.<br />

One of the appeals the Expo has to<br />

visitors is the variety of companies<br />

involved with everything from<br />

jewellery and shoes to activewear<br />

and fitness to skincare and health<br />

products to gourmet food and wine<br />

and even a company offering plantbased<br />

cooking classes for Kids &<br />

Adults. There really is something for<br />

everyone and all ages.<br />

Renee Murray from NZME Events,<br />

organiser of the Expo says “Our<br />

aim is to have as wide of a range<br />

of companies involved with the<br />

Expo as possible. Women are all<br />

different and their individual interests<br />

are so diverse. One woman<br />

may love the latest in makeup or<br />

skincare but the woman beside<br />

her may be more interested in<br />

cycling the Otago Central Rail Trail<br />

or sampling handmade cheese.<br />

It’s great on the weekend to see<br />

all the various women visit the<br />

show, from teenagers to business<br />

women, mothers to grandmothers<br />

and friends simply enjoying each<br />

other’s company. It’s becoming<br />

more common for us to see three<br />

generations visit the Expo together<br />

as well, with the daughter, mother<br />

and grandmother all enjoying the<br />

show and spending the day with<br />

each other.”<br />

Brandhouse will exhibit at the Expo<br />

for the first time with their range of<br />

champagne, vodka, port and wines.<br />

Popular at other Expo’s this year<br />

has been the Royal Dragon’s elite<br />

flavour vodka collection with some<br />

flavours selling out. Introducing<br />

the most tantalizing and unique<br />

flavoured vodka collection of its time<br />

flavours include Watermelon, Green<br />

Apple, Passion Fruit, Chocolate and<br />

Lychee… A great vodka collection<br />

to enjoy neat, on the rocks or in<br />

your favourite cocktail! Visit the<br />

large Brandhouse site at the show<br />

to sample from their fabulous range<br />

and take home what you love.<br />

Christinz Clothing will visit the show<br />

for the first time, travelling from<br />

Balclutha to showcase her selection<br />

of Designer Clothing including;<br />

pants, stunning tops, skirts, base<br />

layers and jackets. A popular<br />

item are her batwing sleeve tops with a<br />

flattering shape through front to suit all<br />

sizes and with pink, gold, navy, black<br />

and silver in the colour range these tops<br />

look great with jeans, skirts or leggings.<br />

Christinz Clothing are located in the Expo<br />

Fashion Zone.<br />

The High Protein Breakfast Company<br />

will travel all the way from Auckland with<br />

their exclusive High Protein Muesli. Not<br />

available in store yet this range of muesli<br />

not only tastes great but helps with weight<br />

management, health and fitness. Without<br />

many of the sugars or fillers that so many<br />

processed breakfast foods contain these<br />

mueslis will keep you fuller for longer and<br />

with flavours including<br />

Berry, Peach &<br />

Nectarine and Feijoa<br />

you will want to buy<br />

them all. Visit the High<br />

Protein Breakfast<br />

Company in the Expo<br />

Taste Zone.<br />

The Women’s Lifestyle Expo, on at Horncastle Arena,<br />

Christchurch this 24th & 25th <strong>September</strong>. Door Sales only $10.<br />

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

all the Expo news & competitions join the Expo’s Facebook page at<br />

www.facebook.com/WomensLifestyleExpo.

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