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More burial plots needed in Akaroa

• By Annabelle Dick

ANOTHER BID is being made

to make room for more burial

plots at cemeteries in

Akaroa.

The Akaroa-Wairewa

Community

Board has asked the

city council to investigate

the possibility

of getting more plots

in the town again after a lack of

progress to create more.

Community board member Janis

Haley (left) has been lobbying

for years for more burial spots.

She says telling residents to bury

their family elsewhere is out of

the question.

“This is something I’m really

passionate about. There’s no way

I think people in Akaroa should

have to leave the area to be buried

if there’s some way of putting

facilities in Akaroa,” she said.

There is not enough space

available in Akaroa and people

are being told they need to bury

their loved ones at Duvauchelle

or Le Bons.

There are four cemeteries

in Akaroa, but the French

cemetery is closed and the Anglican,

Catholic and Dissenters

cemeteries are full except for

pre-purchased plots or second

interments.

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge said council

staff have been investigating both

the Anglican and Catholic cemeteries

to see if there’s any room

for more plots and work has been

done to update mapping systems

and clarify historical grave sites.

Staff are also looking at installing

a memorial wall or ash

interment areas.

But he said full burials can be

accommodated at Duvauchelle

where there is sufficient capacity.

“Although capacity is very

limited, there is indication of possible

space for an additional ashes

beam to add some capacity at the

Anglican cemetery. Capacity is

still very limited at the existing

Catholic cemetery, although staff

have identified a marginal area

that might yield additional space

but will require clearance and

stability works,” he said.

More detailed investigative

works have not yet been carried

out.

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Wednesday September 28 2016

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PAULA SMITH, who is ending

a long stint on the Lyttelton-Mt

Herbert Community Board, her

last term as chairwoman, takes a

swing at the port company today.

Reporter Annabelle Dick interviews

the hard working Smith

on pages 6-7 about her time in

local politics, the highs, the lows

and what she intends to do in the

future.

Says Paula: “I have a few regrets

. . . I remain totally embarrassed

by the standard of Diamond

Harbour Ferry facilities at B

jetty, not only for our loyal users

of the public transport network,

but also because of the negative

effects on the experience of

visitors to our harbour. For this

shameful situation, which looks

set to continue for the foreseeable

future, I lay blame squarely with

the complete intransigence of the

port company.” – Barry Clarke

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

Elections ‘16...........................8

Achievers........................12

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Your Local Views.......16

Sport..........................................18

Community Events...19

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

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

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News

Freedom campers bylaw meeting

• By Annabelle Dick

BANKS PENINSULA residents

had their say on proposed

freedom camping bylaw

changes that could see locations

made off-limits to campers.

Submitters spoke at the city

council hearings panel meeting

yesterday in Little River on the

amendments to the Freedom

Camping Bylaw.

Fifty-five out of 72

submissions, expressed general

support for changes that would

see freedom camping banned

at French Farm, Wainui and

Ferrymead’s Windsport Park.

Three submissions were made

by community boards (Akaroa/

Wairewa, Burwood/Pegasus,

Lyttelton/Mount Herbert)

and 10 were made on behalf

of a groups or organisations

and remainder were from

individuals.

The city

council has

carried out a

partial review

of the Freedom

Camping

Bylaw and

is recommending that it be

banned entirely from those

sites, as well as Addington Park

and Lower Styx River mouth.

It was allowed at all five

sites up until March when

POSSIBLY OUTLAWED: The proposed Freedom Camping Bylaw changes could see freedom

campers banned from French Farm, Wainui, Ferrymead’s Windsport Park, Addington Park

and Lower Styx River mouth.

city council chief executive

Karleen Edwards (left) was

forced to temporarily ban it

after reports freedom campers

were defecating at the sites,

overstaying their allowed time,

and overcrowding the car

parks.

French Farm was immediately

closed to the public due

to contamination from

overflowing septic tanks.

City councillors approved

that the temporary changes be

made permanent in July and the

city council has been seeking

public submissions on the bylaw

changes.

City council figures showed

that Windsport Park could have

up to 106 freedom camping

vehicles there, while on average

it had eight.

That was the highest of the

five sites across the city.

People trying to access the

Windsport Club were having

trouble trying to park, and

contractors were finding it

difficult to access the toilets to

empty and clean them.

French Farm had up to 42

vehicles at any time, while

Wainui had up to nine.

The city council is also

recommending that freedom

camping across the city be

restricted to self-contained

vehicles only.

A full review of the bylaw

would then be brought forward

to 2017.

In Brief

LIBRARY’S NEW NAME

The new Sumner library,

community centre and museum

under construction now has a

name – Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre. A competition was run

earlier this year, where the city

council received 175 suggestions

from the public for a name.

Matuku Takotako is the original

Ngāi Tahu name for Sumner Beach

the 1300 sq m building is expected

to open mid-2017.

KIWI CAFE TO OPEN

The Sign of the Kiwi Cafe will

open once again at the start of

next year after suffering significant

quake damage. The city councilowned

building acted as a shop

and cafe before it was closed due

to damage sustained during the

February 22, 2011 earthquake. The

cafe at the top of Dyers Pass Rd

has a category one Heritage New

Zealand listing and will open on

January 23 next year.

TUNNEL REPAIRS

Lyttelton Tunnel will undergo essential

maintenance work tomorrow

night. NZTA work will restrict

transport through the tunnel and

traffic will be down to a single

lane. Dangerous goods will also

not be allowed to travel through

the tunnel during this time period.

Work will take place from tomorrow

at 9pm until September 30,

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Community Board for the last three years, I have

worked hard for our communities.

I am now standing for Council as promised meaningful

engagement with communities and

local decision making have not yet happened.

It is at Council level that these changes are made.

We need strong communities for a stronger,

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We need councillors with community

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Wednesday September 28 2016

News

Linwood College targets bays area

COMMUNITY HELPER:

Edwin Van Soest receives

an award for five years

service with the Little River

Volunteer Fire Brigade.

Volunteers

honoured

• By Annabelle Dick

NINE MEMBERS of the Little

River Volunteer Fire Brigade

received honours at the weekend

for their service.

New Zealand Fire Service area

commander David Pike and

Rolleston Volunteer Fire Brigade

deputy chief fire officer Steve

Trigg gave out the medals on

Saturday night to the volunteers.

Most of the recipients received

bars for their service, and several

were given a silver bar which is

awarded every two years.

David Pike received a gold bar

to add to his collection for over

30 years of service.

• By Annabelle Dick

LINWOOD COLLEGE is

determined to become the

“secondary school of choice”

for those living in the bays area

after getting feedback from the

community.

The ideas received in the

consultation process have

informed the educational brief

that Linwood College delivered

to the Ministry of Education

earlier this month about their

upcoming redevelopment.

Once approved, the brief

will form the basis of the new

school’s development and

physical work at the school will

begin in 2017.

The school consulted the

Linwood College catchment area

about the school’s upcoming

redevelopment, and now staff are

trying to do whatever they can

to make the school appealing for

people in the south-east.

“The catchment community

without a doubt want Linwood

College to do well and be the

local school of choice. I can’t

think of anyone who didn’t want

that,” Linwood College principal

Richard Edmundson said.

As redevelopment is set to

start next year, Linwood College

and the Bays and South Legacy

Project Group organised a

consultation month in June

where more than 1300 had their

say.

Discussions were had

with school staff, pupils and

parents and the public was also

consulted through workshops,

questionnaires and information

evenings.

Bays and South Legacy

Project group chairwoman

Linda Rutland said most of the

discussions were centred around

education and the school’s

reputation rather than the

physical rebuild.

“Unfortunately, there’s a lot of

people who feel they have to go

way out of the area to get their

children a secondary school

education, when they could

have it on their door step,” she

said.

“A lot of what we’re doing is

telling them about the good

things at Linwood College.

We need to get rid of the

perceptions. The school has

moved forward and there’s a

brilliant principal now and

they’re working through issues

they had in the past.”

Mr Edmundson said they’ve

pinpointed what needs to be

addressed if they want to attract

people from the bay area.

“People want to go to a

SOUTH-EAST

SCHOOL:

Linwood College

principal Richard

Edmundson

wants to see

more pupils in the

bays area attend

the secondary

school.

school where their kid, with

whatever strengths and learning

challenges they have, is noticed

and a pathway of learning

occurs. Personalisation of

learning is the main thing

the community wants and we

want them to feel a sense of

belonging.”

Mr Edmundson has met with

every primary school principal

in the bay cluster to grow and

maintain relationships he said

are vital for the college.

“We will build on what

they’ve learnt in primary school,

so we need really strong close

relationships with our partner

primary schools,” he said.

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Trust focuses on restoring jetty

• By Annabelle Dick

THE GOVERNORS Bay jetty

has been saved but now the

focus is on how the more than

$2 million needed for its repair

will be fundraised.

The city council last week

agreed to temporarily sell ownership

for $1 to the Governors

Bay Jetty Restoration Trust who

will repair it before returning it

back to the city council.

The trust needs money for

pre-construction engineering

design work so they can present

the options and costs and consult

with the community.

The trust believe they will be

able to fully restore the jetty for

about $3m and plan to publicly

fundraise the money.

Trust chairman Nick Harwood

said the city council was

so impressed by the board’s

skill-set they allocated $535,000

towards the repair.

A Givealittle page has also

been set up to help in the fundraising

effort.

Mr Harwood said members

will hold a public meeting on

Sunday, October 16, 4pm to

5pm, at the Governors Bay Hotel

to give an update and invite

people to join the trust.

“The trust needs help to get to

ON A MISSION: Phil Jackson, Rex Gebbie, Louisa Eades are a part of the community-led trust

that is trying to restore the Governors Bay jetty.

the next stage. This meeting will

give our wider community an

update and launch a membership

programme for those who

want to help us save the jetty,”

he said.

The jetty has been closed since

2011 due to its unsafe condition

and the city council announced

last year they didn’t have the

funds to repair it as it was expected

to cost about $3 million.

The Governors Bay Jetty

Restoration Trust was then

established from a group of

volunteers in the area who

fought to buy the 300m jetty

and fully restore it to save it

from being demolished or

abandoned.

The trust initially proposed

a working relationship with

the council to co-fund and comanage

the restoration but that

was soon ruled out.

“It became apparent that

as a council-owned asset, the

restoration project would have

to be council-run. Staff time

would have to be drawn from

the money allocated in the longterm

plan, even though the trust

board was willing and able to

manage the project themselves

without charging a cent for their

time,” Mr Harwood said.

“We realised that the only way

the community could own the

project was if it owned the jetty,

so we drafted an agreement for a

temporary transfer of ownership

to the trust”.

In Brief

CYCLE ROUTE

CONSULTATION

THe Heathcote Expressway

cycle route project will soon be

open for consultation. The city

council has began consulting on

several of the 13 new cycleways

that will be built over the next

seven years at an estimated cost

of $156 million. The cycleway is

planned from Heathcote through

to Woolston, Opawa, Waltham

and Sydenham into the central

city along large sections of the

rail corridor. It is expected to be

completed in 2018 and connects to

Opawaho River Route and onto

the Rapanui − Shag Rock

Cycleway and Coastal

Pathway.

ONE LANE ON EVANS PASS RD

Evans Pass Rd above Sumner is

down to one lane around while a

retaining wall is repaired.

SCIRT is undertaking the work

and temporary traffic lights will

be in place. Repairs are expected

to take until the end of the

year.

PIPE REPAIRS

A section of road at 1 Simeon

Quay is closed to replace a

stormwater pipe. Traffic is being

detoured left onto Godley Quay

and right onto Voelas Rd for

around two weeks.

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Wednesday September 28 2016

Our People

Paula Smith

Time to travel for retiring community

DEDICATED:

Paula Smith

receives a

plaque after

retiring from

the Lyttelton-

Mt Herbert

Community

Board.

When she first put her hand up to be part of a community board in 2007, Paula

Smith was a botanist and a concerned resident who wanted to make a difference

in the harbour area. Fast-forward nine years, Paula Smith is retiring in her role as

chairwoman of the Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community Board. Annabelle Dick talks

to her about some of the highlights and lowlights of her time on the board

Why did you join the

Lyttelton-Mt Herbert

Community Board?

Quite often people become interested

in standing on the community

board because there’s one

particular issue that got up their

nose. For me it was the Purau

property subdivision and what

I see happening to the Banks

Peninsula landscape. Once you

get elected you realise you have to

become interested in everything

from dog poo through to massive

projects that the Government is

driving so you start to take an

interest in the whole community

and you see how things work

together and cause and effect and

it’s quite addictive. I found myself

very absorbed and interested.

Is there anything that you’re

particularly proud of that the

board achieved during your

time?

One project I’ve been particularly

interested in is the Head

to Head Walkway which is still

an aspirational thing but it’s to

have a walkway that goes right

around the harbour foreshore

from Godley Head to Adderley

Head and maybe to Port Levy

eventually. I see that as a fantastic

opportunity for local small-scale

community development and

economic development and it’ll

bring opportunities for people

in our community. I was pleased

we supported great community

initiatives such as the Seafarers’

Centre, Stoddart Point summer

events in Diamond Harbour, the

Lyttelton Urban Downhill and

the rebuild of the Lyttelton Museum

which is going to be fabulous.

I am proud of Albion Square,

though I don’t feel I can take any

credit for it because it was the

work of so many people. What

I am proud of is how our board

brokered between city council

and community (and by community

of course I mean Sarah van

de Burch) to improve the process.

Even though it involved humiliating

tears and a snotty nose at a

meeting with Phil Clearwater and

the manager of water and waste

I am proud to have prevented a

delay to the Lyttelton Harbour

Wastewater Project. I am pleased

that finally the Whakaraupo Integrated

Catchment Management

Plan is finally under way though

it has come about in a way which

I would never have.

Is there anything you wish

you did achieve while on the

board?

I have a few regrets . . . I remain

totally embarrassed by the

standard of Diamond Harbour

Ferry facilities at B jetty, not only

for our loyal users of the public

transport network, but also

because of the negative effects on

the experience of visitors to our

harbour. For this shameful situation,

which looks set to continue

for the foreseeable future, I lay

blame squarely with the complete

intransigence of the port company.

I remain convinced that

with a bit of creative thinking

a permanent solution could be

found which meets the community’s

needs without unduly

constraining the port’s present or

future operations.

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board chairwoman

I wish we had not sold that

section of Cyrus William

Quay to the Port Company

for an urgent fish coolstore

which was never built and

which I now suspect was

never going to be built. Prime

publicly accessible waterfront

real estate. I wish we hadn’t

agreed to that. I would like to

have made some progress on

Steadfast, a slowly fermenting

issue which was already on the

table even when I joined the

Board. I am sad we still do not

have a memorial for those lost

at sea and I am dismayed by

the complete lack of progress

at Naval Point which has been

a dog’s breakfast since the

marina was wrecked in 2000,

all the more puzzling since

these are recreational facilities

of metropolitan significance,

with huge unrealised

potential.

What’s your reason for not

standing this election?

I feel that nine years is

enough and that it’s time

that someone else can be in

a position to do that work I

don’t want to dominate the

board for years and years.

The pay is miserable and

that was fine when the kids

were younger but they’ve all

grown up now and I’m in

LOCAL POLITICS: Community board members Paula Smith, Anne Jolliffe, Cr Andrew

Turner and Akaroa/Wairewa Community Board chairwoman Pam Richardson walk from

the old boardroom to the new boardroom in Lyttelton.

a position to take up better

paid work but I will miss it

terribly though. I’m not going

though I’ll be still engaged

in the community and I’ll

be making submissions and

deputations to the community

board.

Any hopes for the Banks

Peninsula Community

Board?

I’m really pleased that Banks

Peninsula has stayed intact as

a community because it is its

own self and to carve it into

different bits and put them

with different parts of the city

I think would’ve been a bad

idea for Banks Peninsula. I

think it’ll be hard for the next

board especially with all the

travel they’ll have to do but

I’m sure they’ll work it out.

I’m pleased with the people

standing for the board – the

people that have put their

names forward are really good

and I think they’ll work really

well.

What are your plans now?

I really want to get a fulltime

job again and I want to

travel more. It’s time for a rest

and to catch up on some filing

I’ve been putting off for a few

years.

This Weekend!

October 1-2

Rebuilding

your community

Re-elect

I now carry a large

amount of knowledge

setting me

apart from other

candidates.

He is a strong

advocate for his

constituents

and I would have been

delighted to have him as

a member of any City

Council I presided over.

~ Garry Moore, former mayor

of Christchurch

Paul Lonsdale

Experience. Passion. Commitment.

This term’s involvements

Over this term I have been involved in all aspects of the

council and its subsidiaries.

This has not only given me a greater understanding of the council and the

community, it has also given me a huge amount of knowledge to assist the

community to drive progress, which sets me apart from other candidates. I am

also on six boards and all my directors’ fees have been donated to the mayoral

relief fund. However, I still carry the workload and the liabilities that come with

those appointments.

I am a Member of:

• Community, Housing & Economic

Development Committee

• Regulations & Consents Committee

• Urban Development Strategy

Implementation Committee

• District Plan Review

• People & Culture Committee

• Developers Forum

• Public Art Advisory Group

• Lyttelton Port Recovery Working Party

• Events & Festivals Working Party

• Cruise Berth Working Party

• Rockfall Protection Structures

Committee

• Submissions Panel

• Taylors Mistake Baches Working Group

• Sumner Library/Community Centre/

Museum rebuild

• Rules Reduction Taskforce

Trustee on:

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• Otautahi Housing Trust

Board Member on:

• VBase

• CDC (Canterbury Development

Corporation)

• CRIS (Canterbury Regional

Innovation System)

• CBL (Civic Building Ltd)

• Housing Management Board

Some of the issues

council should

address in the next

three years:

• Improve the quality of our

waterways

• Reduce the need for rate rises

• Speed up the repair of our

roads and footpaths

• Get more people walking

and cycling

Your Councillor


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Wednesday September 28 2016

Heathcote River health

Elections 16

In the lead up to the local body elections, Bay Harbour News is asking

candidates their views on topical issues. This week, we ask

Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board candidates what they

think the city council should do to improve the health of the Heathcote

River.

Tim Lindley

The ideal solution would be to remove

all of its toxic laden sediment and start

again. It is unlikely that this can be

afforded or done safely. Instead, the

river bed must be disturbed as little as

possible. Litter can be reduced with

booms, but that must be supplemented

by raising awareness of individual

responsibility and lessening sources of litter such

as plastic bags, bottles and takeaway waste. It is far

better to stop a problem than fix it. The Ihutai Trust’s

exciting Whaka Inaka experiments give hope that

whitebait may become plentiful if the Heathcote River

banks are appropriately managed.

Dr Darrell Latham

Research shows that the quality of

the water within the Heathcote River

is affected by the quality of the water

that flows from the springs in the

headwaters, the quality of the storm

water and other contamination e.g.

sewage leakage. The Heathcote River

at Rose St has had elevated E Coli

concentrations compared to other sites. Also, higher

concentrations of nutrients and sediment and low

concentrations of oxygen have been recorded in the

river bed. Answer: It is not rocket science . . . come on

ccc do the right thing and clean things up now!

Rosemary Neave

The Heathcote River is our backyard. We simply cannot accept

its declining health as normal. We can work together to restore it

as the healthy ecosystem that links our community.

As individuals we need to do our bit

•Pick up after dogs, pick up rubbish, don’t feed the ducks.

•Make sure stormwater is all that goes down the drains.

Support community efforts

•Community clean ups

•Networks like the Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust.

•Planting our gullies and upper catchment areas to prevent run off.

Council actions to include

•Put in booms to catch rubbish.

•Management of wastewater discharges.

•Supporting community efforts.

Craig Todd and

Una O’Grady did not

submit a response

POOR CONDITION: The Heathcote River has the

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catchments.

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Wednesday September 28 2016

News

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hires principal

• By Annabelle Dick

REDCLIFFS SCHOOL acting

principal Rose McInerney will

stay on at the school.

Mrs McInerney has been appointed

after the position was

advertised recently.

“I was really delighted to accept

their offer at the end of the interview

process. I’m really honoured

and I’m thrilled to be leading our

wonderful school,” she said.

The board of trustees interviewed

several applicants to find

a principal to lead the school

through the transition back to

Redcliffs.

Mrs McInerney

(left) has been acting

principal since the

end of last year after

former principal Kim

Alexander left to take

a position at Prebbleton

School.

As the school was under threat

of closure, a permanent principal

couldn’t be hired, so Mrs McInerney

was appointed in the acting

role for one year.

“One of the reasons I went

for the role is because it’s such a

special community and I really

believe in community schools

where people work together for

the best outcome. We’ve seen

that in full force this year with

the board and all the parents

and staff working for the best for

our children, and I think that’s

why we got the outcome we did,

because we’re such a formidable

force,” she said.

The news was announced

via Support Redcliffs School’s

Facebook page where dozens of

residents and parents congratulated

her on the role and credited

her for her dedication to Redcliffs

School.

The school is currently based at

Van Asch Deaf Education Centre

in Sumner, but is in the process

of finding a suitable premises to

relocate to permanently.

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New experience at House of Travel

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HOUSE OF Travel Ferrymead

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Kitted out with an espresso

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Wednesday September 28 2016

SCHOOLS

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EQC UPDATE KEEPING YOU INFORMED | SEPTEMBER 2016

EQC confirms Canterbury staff numbers for 2017

The Earthquake Commission (EQC) has

confirmed the shape of the organisation

for 2017, including the number of positions

in Canterbury.

“As our work in Canterbury enters its final phase

in 2017, we will obviously need to be smaller.

From January 2017, EQC will be an organisation

of about 458 people. Of these, at least 216 will

be based in Christchurch,” EQC Chief Executive

Ian Simpson says.

“The new structure retains a core of specialist staff

who will continue to meet the needs of our

remaining Canterbury customers.

“In 2017, EQC will continue to resolve remedial

inquiries on properties where we have managed a

repair, and to resolve claims for drains damaged by

the earthquakes. There is also a range of

administrative and financial tasks to be completed,”

Mr Simpson says.

Remedial inquiries

An important focus for EQC in 2017 will be resolving

the remaining remedial inquiries from Canterbury

customers who have had a managed repair.

With about 68,000 managed repairs carried out as

part of the Canterbury Home Repair Programme

(CHRP) largely completed, EQC and Fletcher EQR

have jointly agreed a new approach to completing

the remaining remedial work in Canterbury.

From January 2017, EQC will expand its role

managing all remedial inquiries to include

management of any resulting remedial repairs.

This means it will liaise with customers and

contractors to complete any additional work, where

it’s required.

“The new approach will streamline decision making

by bringing all the elements of resolving remedial

inquiries into one organisation,” Mr Simpson says.

Fletcher has agreed to continue its role in 2017 but

likely with a smaller team and a focus on managing

any underfloor work arising from the joint CHRP

subfloor review. More detailed proposals on this

will be finalised over the next month or two.

As well as its work in Canterbury for 2017, EQC

needs to be ready to respond to any future natural

disaster events anywhere in New Zealand and

continue its work of negotiating and managing

natural disaster reinsurance for the country. EQC

will also continue settling the average 5,000 to

EQC Chief Executive Ian Simpson

8,000 natural disaster claims received nationally

each year, funding research to the tune of $16

million per year, and educating the public on

natural hazards and how to mitigate them.

3,000 kids descend on the Alpine Fault

Expert Sam and teacher Shelley talk about tsunami risk on the West Coast.

EQC’s newest virtual field trip,

“Geohazards”, was launched

last month with 130 classes

taking part (that’s over 3,000

Kiwi kids). The CORE Education

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and communicate their

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online video and audio feeds.

The trips are designed to help

improve understanding of

geohazards, how we as a nation

manage those hazards, and to raise

awareness of EQC’s role in helping

build New Zealand’s resilience.

Last month’s trip was the ninth

funded by EQC and it explored

earthquakes, landslips and tsunami

on the West Coast as well as what

might happen when the Alpine

Fault next ruptures.

On the Coast, LEARNZ teacher

Shelley Hersey joined Alistair

Davies, a natural hazards PhD

student from the University of

Canterbury, and Dr Sam Hampton,

organiser of geology field

programmes in New Zealand and

University of Canterbury lecturer.

They showed students where you

can see the Alpine Fault in the

landscape, they pointed out scars

created by past earthquakes and

explained how tsunami, in lakes as

well as the sea, could be triggered

by quakes.

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$25million paid out for Feb 2016 quake claims

The Earthquake Commission has passed the

halfway mark for settling the February 2016

earthquake claims, says EQC’s February

2016 Event Response Manager, Jayne Lapin.

Ms Lapin says that of the total 14,574

claims received for the 14 and 29 February

earthquakes this year, followed by the

aftershocks, EQC has resolved 8,595

by cash settlement of just over $25 million

as at 19 September.

“You can tell that Cantabrians know what is

and isn’t earthquake damage, because up to

75% of the claims received so far have been

accepted, and average $4,761 per claim.

“With the help of customers providing most

information up front – claims are taking an

average of three weeks to reach settlement.”

she said.

Ms Lapin says it is heartening to see that the new

approach which uses both on site and phonebased

assessments has empowered customers to

provide their earthquake damage data,

supported by photographs, was working well.

“We have been surveying every customer who

has been through the process and whose claims

have been resolved – whether their claims were

accepted or declined. We wanted to see how

the process worked so we could make changes

as we went where we needed to.

“To date, 87% agreed that EQC valued and used

their time wisely when dealing with them

through the claims process.

EQC will have contacted almost every customer

to discuss the details of their February claims by

the end of September to book their assessment.

“This means that, other than people who delay

their claim or whom we can’t get hold of, we will

meet our target to resolve all claims by the end of

2016, hopefully earlier,” Ms Lapin said.

EQC is continuing to work with customers who

have lodged claims from the Canterbury sequence

earthquakes, including those in the Canterbury

Home Repair (CHRP) and land programmes, and

the settlement of the February claims will not slow

the progress of these programmes.

EQC sets out

process for

remedial requests

The Earthquake Commission (EQC) has streamlined

its process for handling new remedial requests from

customers received from 1 August, 2016.

EQC’s Head of Dwelling Settlement, Michael Price, says

the new process aims for faster resolution with customers

having the opportunity to provide information upfront and

state their preference for a cash settlement or a managed

repair where remedial work is required.

The changes have been introduced after positive

customer feedback on the process used to manage

claims from the February 2016 earthquake, where

customers had the opportunity to submit more

information upfront to enable quicker turnaround.

“Many customers going through the February 2016

claims management process are positive or very positive

about their experience,” Mr Price says.

“EQC will now use this approach for new remedial

requests, and customers will be asked to send in

information such as photographs and builders’ quotes.”

Mr Price says while cash settlement will provide a quicker

resolution, it may not suit everyone.

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

then EQC will arrange for that to happen during 2017.

EQC’s Community Contact Team and independent

customer advocate groups will be available to support

any cash-settled customers who aren’t confident in

sourcing their own contractors,” says Mr Price.

Of the approximate 6,900 open remedial requests

currently on EQC’s books, 3,000 properties have been

identified as not being able to have any remedial repair

completed before 2017. The new process, while largely

designed for new remedial requests, will be available to

these customers also and EQC is making contact with

them to ask if they would prefer a cash settlement or wait

for a managed repair during 2017.

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


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Wednesday September 28 2016

Your Local Views

Speak up about

family violence

National

List MP

Nuk Korako

talks about

combating

family

violence and

the new Government laws

brought in to do just that.

We must do more to combat

family violence.

There’s no denying New Zealand’s

family violence statistics

make for heart-breaking reading.

Police respond to a family

violence call out every five

minutes, half of all homicides

are family violence related,

and eight children are killed

every year as a result of family

violence. Too many of our

women, men and children are

living in fear, and we must do

more to change this.

The Government’s overhaul

of family violence laws

is a massive step towards

ensuring we do all we can to

protect New Zealanders. These

changes will put the safety

of victims at the heart of bail

decisions, make it easier for

victims to apply for protection

orders, see tougher penalties

for people who commit crimes

while subject to a protection

order, and establish strangulation,

coercion to marry and

assault on a family member as

criminal offences.

A wider range of programmes

will also be available

for perpetrators upon the issuing

of protection orders. Helping

perpetrators change their

behaviour is essential if we are

to break the inter-generational

cycle of violence.

These changes are crucial to

keeping families safe from violence

but, as a community, we

all need to do our bit as well. If

you suspect a family member,

neighbour, friend or workmate

is experiencing family violence

or behaving violently, please

speak up. This isn’t about

‘sticking your nose in other

people’s business’ – it’s about

keeping each other safe.

If you’re unsure of where to

get help, the Are You OK website

– areyouok.org.nz – has a

great range of resources to help

those living with or witnessing

family violence. Also remember

that if you or someone else

is in danger, don’t hesitate to

call the police on 111.

Spring festival promotes change

Project Lyttelton Grow

Harbour Kids/Lyttelton

Community Garden

co-ordinator Jacqueline

Newbound talks about the

upcoming Spring Festival

of Change – a new initiative

by the organisation that

aims to get people thinking

about change and trying

something new.

From September 26 until October

22, Project Lyttelton is looking

at a new type of festival, the Spring

Festival of Change.

We’re asking local groups, families

and individuals to join in on

trying something new. This could

be remembering to bring your

own reusable coffee cup for takeaways,

starting a daily practice of

meditation, breathing or exercise,

starting a vege garden, cooking

at home rather than takeaways,

changing your habits of buying

(to fair trade, local, organic) or

any number of things you’d like to

change in your life.

Spring is the time of year when

we feel like making changes and

see them all around us, a desire to

start afresh. Have you been thinking

about changing the way you do

something? Or doing something

differently to be more in touch

with our environment or for your

own well-being and lifestyle?

Lucette (Lyttelton Farmers’

Market) and Selena (Harbour

Co-Op) will be eating locally

grown food for the month. Read

about their experiences on their

blog, Lyttelton Locavore. Sarah

(Waste Matters) will be on Instagram

collecting things that make

her smile – look out for

#manymene (or add your own under

that hashtag), while others are

considering going rubbish-free,

limiting computer access for one

day, a daily walk and linking in

with the city council’s Love Food

Hate Waste initiative to reduce

CELEBRATION: Albion Square

is the venue for a pot luck

picnic on October 22.

food waste. We will be challenging

the vege bag co-op users to try

new recipes and open the Lyttelton

Community Garden on Wednesday

during the festival for people

to come enjoy a cup of tea and talk

about their experiences.

If you’d like to be part of this

festival, we are asking for a short

starting statement and four weekly

updates with lots of photos about

your adventures. Join us for a pot

luck picnic on Saturday October

22 in Albion Square to swap

stories and celebrate our achievements.

•If you want to get involved

or for more information

email jacq@lyttelton.net.nz

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Four Grenadier Seasons Ferrymead

realty

Mt Pleasant

24 Main Road

Only minutes walking distance to the burgeoning Ferrymead restaurant and commercial/retail hub, the property is a must for

the astute buyer. With views across Scott Park and the beautiful estuary the two bedroom property brings living beside the

water to a whole new level. With an open plan living/dining area and sunny conservatory, single lock-up garage and private

garden it all sits snugly on a 455sqm section.

Auction: 13 October 2016 from 1pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4981

Mari Crampton Ph 027 230 1098

2 1 1 1 Sumner

2 1 1 2

2/46 Esplanade

There is good functional open-plan living opening on to the north facing courtyard and also a rear courtyard

so sheltered and private that it is just perfect for relaxing or entertaining. A central well-appointed kitchen

complements the living area. Both bedrooms are double. Garaging is in the basement and includes a secure

double carpark and storage area.

Auction: 13 October 2016 from 1pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4991

Michelle Ward Ph 027 203 7858

Mt Pleasant 57A Major Hornbrook Road

Halswell 20a Vanderbilt Place

Waltham 3/148 Ensors Road

Ferrymead 7 Sweet Waters Place

3 2 1 2 3 1 1 2

2 1 1 1 3 1 1 2

Auction: 13 October 2016 from 1pm

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Chris Moores

Ph 027 588 4440

Price: $469,000

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Kirsty McLeod

Ph 027 226 5893

Price: $309,000

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Shaun Davey

Ph 027 953 8860

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Alison Carter

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Woolston 26 Ashmole Street

Huntsbury 2 Ramahana Road

Ferrymead 9 Sweet Waters Place

Opawa 24 Kewsick Street

3 1 1 2

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Wednesday September 28 2016

Sumner

boys

step up

STARS: Several Sumner junior

rugby players have been picked

to represent Canterbury in

tournaments around the country. In

total, seven Sumner players were

picked for under-14, 15 and 16 sides.

Left to right: Ollie Lewis (under-15

black), Charlie Murray (under-15 red),

Flynt Preston (under-15 black), Tyus

Dimbleby and Harri Langworthy

(both under-15 red), Sam Caldwell

(under-15 black), and Mitchell Cox

(under-14 red).

SPORTS

Club day celebration

Naval Point Club Lyttelton patron Brian Parker, MP Nuk Korako,

Dave Anderson and past patron Barry Bowater at the club’s

recent open day. The club held an open day on Saturday to

celebrate its 16th summer season on the water. Mr Korako and

MP Amy Adams were in attendance on the day. A traditional

parade of club craft was seen in the morning around the inner

harbour, with races commencing soon after.

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Lyttelton in the 1990s

Paintings and graphics by Fred

Tunicliffe

September 3 – September 30,

10am – 4pm Monday – Saturday,

11am – 3pm Sunday

Lytel Gallery, 20 Oxford St,

Lyttelton

Email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Te Pataka a Rakaihautu –

Stories of Banks Peninsula

September 10 – October 2,

2pm – 5pm Thursday and Friday,

11am – 4pm Saturday and Sunday

Te Pātaka a Rākaihautū –

the food basket of the great

explorer Rākaihautū – is the

name given to Banks Peninsula

by successive generations of

Māori. The 15 accomplished

and emerging artists in this

exhibition illuminate some

of the many stories, past and

present, of the Banks Peninsula

area and ask what the human

influence has been on this

plentiful environment. Artists

include Mark Adams, one

of New Zealand’s foremost

documentary photographers

and master carver Fayne

Robinson. Forgotten names for

the peninsula are investigated

through the miniature paintings

of Banks Peninsula artist Dean

Venrooy. Printmaker Ben Reid,

Lyttelton water colourist Helen

Taylor and Rapaki-based Teina

Ellia look at the human influence

on the fauna and peninsula

environment. Printmaker Kim

Lowe’s work exhibits this artist’s

research into the historical

Chinese presence.

50 Works Gallery, 50 London

St, Lyttelton

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-11am

Head along to Lyttelton

Library to Knit ‘n’ Yarn. Bring

your knitting, crochet or other

portable craft project and enjoy

time with other crafters.

Temporary Lyttelton Library

at Trinity Hall, free, beginners

welcome.

Meditation and Buddhism

Wednesdays

Today, 7.30pm – 9pm

Each class consists of a guided

meditation and a talk based on

Buddhist wisdom. Classes are

suitable for everyone. Join in any

week, booking is not required.

This course will help you to

experience mental clarity and

inner peace by meditating on

the mind itself. Meditating on

our own mind has many benefits

from calming our mind and

helping us to dissolve away distractions,

worry and delusions,

to improving our concentration

and mindfulness.

Suggested donation of $10

Mt Pleasant Community Centre,

3 McCormacks Bay Rd.

Create ’n’ Connect Art and

Craft group

Thursday, September 29,

9.30am to noon

You are welcome to go and

enjoy creativity in company!

Bring your project, or we can

help provide inspiration for

something new to do.

Phone Beth for more information

on 022 678 1252

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Baby Times

Friday, September 30, 10.30am-

11am

During each session there is a

variety of stories, songs, rhymes,

fingerplays and other book-related

activities. The programmes

are especially suitable for under

two-year-olds.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

Trinity Hall, free.

Mt Pleasant art exhibition

October 15-16, Saturday 6pm-

9pm, Sunday 10am-3pm

Join us for the annual Mt

Pleasant art exhibition. This

year the exhibition will be held

at the fantastic new Mt Pleasant

Community Centre. The

exhibition will transform the

community centre into an art

gallery and will be held over two

days – an evening gala opening

on Saturday, October 15 (ticketed

event) followed on October 16

by what promises to be an entertaining

day out for the whole

family.

Celebrate in Scottish style to support Kidsfirst Kindergarten

Sumner’s fundraiser. Saturday, October 15, 7.30pm – 11.30pm.

Sumner Old School Hall, 20 Wiggins St, Sumner ​

All of the proceeds from this

event will go to Mt Pleasant

School.

Mt Pleasant War Memorial

Community Centre, 3 McCormacks

Bay Rd, Mt Pleasant

Storytimes / Wā Kōrero

Tuesday, October 4, 11am-

11.30am

Programme for pre-schoolers

include stories, music, movement

and rhymes.

Kōrero pukapuka, pūoru,

korikori.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

Trinity Hall, free.

Markets:

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

The market has temporarily

moved to the western end of the

McCormacks Bay Reserve. You

will find it at the intersection of

McCormacks Bay and Main Rds.

Every Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm.

Lyttelton Farmers Market:

Every Saturday, 10am-1pm,

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

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Clients seeking advice about their varicose

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Two methods are offered – endo-venous

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treatment, clients need to wear support

stockings for two weeks. international travel

is not recommended for four weeks after

treatment.

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appearance medicine is another key

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at 52a mandeville street. opening hours

are monday to friday from 8.30am, with

late nights on Tuesday and Thursday, and

saturday from 9am to 3pm. Phone 343-2880

to enquire about treatments or make an

appointment.

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www.transformclinic.co.nz | 52A Mandeville St | Riccarton | 08002lookgood | 343 2880

Enjoy year round superior comfort

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October is our first birthday and we are giving a gift to

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22 Kennaway Rd • www.dreamwool.com • Ph 343-5105


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Wednesday September 28 2016

REAL ESTATE

Diamonds in the sky

6b Rockview Place, Mt Pleasant

3 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 1 living room | 1 dining room | 1 office/study | 3 car-garage | 3 off-street parks | Listing # SMT1813

An oasis of calm and inspired beauty.

Make a wish as you watch the shooting

stars and the twinkling of the lights shine

bright over Canterbury! This unique

property could be yours!

Few houses enjoy such a privileged

position with panoramic unobstructed

views, brilliantly oriented for all day

sunshine.

Fully renovated and extended in 2009,

offering three double bedrooms, three

bathrooms plus the option of a fourth

bedroom or large room perfect for a

work from home office.

The main hub of the home comprises

the generous open planned dining living

area with a fabulous flow to the spacious

outdoor private patio. Sit around the cosy

gas fire while enjoying the warmth of this

home. The modern kitchen, a delight for

the chef of the family, is positioned to

entertain and converse with family and

friends while cooking and enjoying the

sunsets over the Canterbury plains, a

magical ever changing experience, every

day!

The spacious master bedroom will

delight the senses with a superb flow to

the outdoor patio area. Incorporating an

ensuite and walk in wardrobe.

The second and third bedrooms along

with the family bathroom are located on

this level.

Contemporary design and superb

flow are paramount throughout the

spacious 290m2 floor plan. The 146m2

self-contained fourth bedroom, or office

is located beside the three car garage.

The fabulous floor plan offers a variety

of options to accommodate family or

guests.

The home’s generous dimensions

are complemented by the 1224m2

established grounds. Additional off

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boat/motorhome.

Ideal location for professionals or

families or a fabulous bed and breakfast

opportunity. A short drive to the Sumner

precinct.

Outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage

of the multitude of walking, running

and mountain biking trails on offer in

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the proximity to two of Christchurch’s

leading surf beaches. The Ferrymead

shopping precinct is located at the base

of Mt Pleasant.

Don’t miss your opportunity to be the

lucky new owner of this unique home.

For an appointment to view contact

Debra Hakaraia of Smart Real Estate

(Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on 027

562 0420 or 384 8600 or visit our

website www.smartrealestate.co.nz

Your land. Your people. Your stories.

Location Location Location

Ground Floor Close to the Airport

This is 325.2 square meters of prime commercial floor

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• Off street parking.

• Well appointed kitchen, staffroom and bathroom facilities.

• Office area consists of a welcoming reception area,

several offices, studios and an area suitable for retail

showroom or storage.

This high profile building situated on Wairakei Road presents

a perfect opportunity for office, retail or production facilities.

Upstairs may also be available on negotiation.

Every Wednesday at 7.30pm

on CTV Freeview Channel 40

live and on demand at ctv.co.nz

Brought to you by

To make arrangements to view the premises:

Contact Gary Anderson

0275 333 227 any time


Wednesday September 28 2016

BAY HARBOUR

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