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Slow progress on crime camera

• By Annabelle Dick

DON’T EXPECT progress on

security cameras to deter crime

in Lyttelton anytime soon.

That’s the outcome of Bay

Harbour News inquiries into

calls from Lyttelton residents for

better security and more policing

after what they say has been a

spate of burglaries and thefts.

At an August Lyttelton-Mt

Herbert Community Board

meeting, residents Paul Dietsche

and Brett Partel said residents

wanted to see more resources

and enforcement after hearing

concerns from others.

The board said it would

investigate installing a mobile

camera which would be funded

by the board’s discretionary

fund.

However, there is no money

left in the fund, and now the

issue has been left for the

incoming Banks Peninsula

Community Board to deal with

after Saturday’s elections.

“It seems security and safety

in Lyttelton is at the mercy of

budgets,” Mr Dietsche said.

He’s also worried that crime

isn’t being addressed effectively,

as there are too few police

officers, community watch

volunteers and resources.

He said people find it difficult

to contact Lyttelton police as the

station operates from 8am-5pm

Monday to Friday.

Five officers and a supervisor

are based at Lyttelton and police

from Christchurch cover the area

outside of the hours above.

When the police aren’t

on the beat, City to Sumner

Community Watch volunteers

patrol Lyttelton about six days a

week, twice a day.

Community watch chairman

Colin Morris said although

people might not notice them,

the police and community

watch do have a presence in

Lyttelton.

“We have a damn good

working relationship with

Lyttelton police. I see Senior

Sergeant Dave Knowles once

a week and have a chat about

what’s been going on. I relay that

back to the people going out on

patrol,” he said.

However, Mr Morris said

enforcement could be more

effective in deterring crime

if there were more volunteers

patrolling Lyttelton.

Senior Sergeant Knowles

declined to be interviewed by

Bay Harbour News, requesting

written questions about the

crime issues which he would

answer when he returned to the

station later this week.

City to Sumner Community

Watch is asking for residents to

help deter burglars and thieves

by joining the patrol.

You can phone Mr Morris on

384 1116

HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

think there should be more

enforcement and security

in Lyttelton to deter crime?

Email your thoughts to

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Wednesday October 5 2016

FROM

THE

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News........................................3-7

IT SEEMS the police don’t want to

give too much away on the crime

camera issue in Lyttelton.

The call for CCTV cameras is

like a football at the moment – it’s

being passed between the local

community board and city council.

Residents want a crime camera

which can move from point to

point in Lyttelton, with a sign in

the port saying something like

‘Crime camera operating’ to let the

burglars and thieves know they

could be being watched.

We tried to get comment from

Lyttelton police for today’s Bay

Harbour News. They said they were

too busy - chasing burglars, we

hope. But you can read on page 1

what others are saying, and our

inquiries suggest progress on a

much-needed crime camera is

painstakingly slow. But Lyttelton

police continue to shy away from

answering questions.

– Barry Clarke

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 3

News

False hope claim over LIM reports

Outrage over

council

rejection

• By Annabelle Dick

CHRISTCHURCH Coastal

Residents United say the

city council gave them “false

hope” when agreeing to

collaborate on altering coastal

hazard information on land

information memorandum.

Mayor Lianne Dalziel met

with the group last month and

asked them to work with the

city council on changing hazard

information on the flawed

Coastal Hazards Assessment

Report.

The group provided the city

council with an alternative

notation for LIMs after

seeking legal advice but

city council chief executive

Dr Karleen Edwards

rejected it.

CCRU spokesman Dr

Darrell Latham (right)

is outraged that the city

council still won’t listen

to residents’ pleas after

they agreed to engage with the

community.

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UNSOUND: More than 18,000 homes along Christchurch’s

and Banks Peninsula’s coastlines have inaccurate coastal

hazard information on their property reports.

“It’s an abandonment of the

democratic process,” he said.

Instead, Ms Dalziel will write

to the Minister for Local

Government, Peseta Sam

Lotu-Iiga, and the Minister

for the Environment,

Nick Smith, about the difficulties

the city council’s

facing under legal obligations

to include hazard

information on LIMs.

Ms Dalziel wants a period of

“safe harbour” for future LIMs

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discuss notations before they

were put on property records.

Dr Latham believes it was a

ploy from the city council to

collaborate with residents so

media would get off their back.

“We feel we were somewhat

set up because things were getting

a little hot for the mayor.

The collaborative discussion

hasn’t resulted in the council

listening at all. We were excited

and we felt it was going to be a

sincere, genuine, collaborative

process but that hasn’t proved

to be the case,” he said.

The original Tonkin & Taylor

Coastal Hazards Assessment

Report found 18,000 coastal

homes were at risk of erosion

and flooding and that information

has gone on homeowner’s

LIM reports.

The city council legally

must put the information on

property records and that has

devalued coastal homes, hiked

insurance rates and made it difficult

to get mortgages.

The report was peer reviewed

and the city council was urged

to remove the information

and undertake more research

because it could be legally

unsound.

The notations were tweaked,

but it still states those homes

are at risk from coastal hazards.

“How can Christchurch have

faith in a chief executive and a

mayor who fail to listen to what

is being said in a peer reviewed

report?” Dr Latham said.

All city councillors voted to

seek a further peer review of the

original report in a meeting last

week.

LIM notations will be revised

as new information is received

by the city council, but hazard

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CONSENT SOUGHT

Kidsfirst has reapplied for a

resource consent to build a

kindergarten on McCormacks Bay

Rd. Kidsfirst initially applied for

resource consent in June to run a

50-person early childhood centre

next to the Mt Pleasant Community

Centre but were declined due to

a city council mistake. A number

of homeowners are opposing the

consent as it blocks their sea view

and they believe it is too dangerous

to build a centre on the plot of

land. The hearing has been set for

October 18.

BLESSING FOR CENTRE

The new Mt Pleasant Community

Centre will be blessed prior to its

official opening on October 14.

Members of the public are invited

to the blessing ceremony at 7am

where breakfast will follow. The

centre will be offically opened later

that evening with a ceremony but

numbers are restricted due to

space.

TUNNEL MAINTENANCE

Lyttelton Tunnel will undergo

maintenance work next week. The

NZTA work will restrict transport

through the tunnel and traffic will

be down to a single lane. Dangerous

goods will also not be allowed

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Wednesday October 5 2016

News

Students get

challenge boost

A GROUP of Linwood College

students have won a huge boost to

their Coast to Coast race training

in the lead up to next year’s event.

Linwood’s team of nine recently

won the Kathmandu Coast to

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package.

The package includes Kathmandu

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race entry and a personalised

training programme created by

the nine-time race winner Steve

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The team, called the Coast to

Coast Rangers, will also receive

mentoring to support them in

their quest to complete the endurance

race in February next year.

The group has been training

together since May and can now

look forward to a personal training

guide from Gurney designed

specifically for the Coast to Coast

race.

The prize was created after

three Aranui High School students

competed in this year’s race

alongside multi-sport professionals

like three-time event winner

Emily Miazga, and world champion

adventure racer Nathan

Fa’avae.

When February rolls around,

only three of the nine students in

the Coast to Coast Rangers will

participate in the race and the

rest will form the support crew.

Road repair project concern

• By Annabelle Dick

BLESSING: Rapaki Marae representative Kopa Lee marks the

start of a new phase of work on Sumner Rd.

PHOTO: CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL

A CITY councillor believes

the opening of Sumner Rd will

come with a number of almost

unavoidable problems.

Work to mitigate geotechnical

risks around Crater Rim Bluffs,

at the top of Sumner Rd began

last week as the city council

opened the project with a blessing

and planting ceremony on

Thursday.

But city councillor Paul Lonsdale

said when the port corridor

opens again it could create a

number of frustrated residents.

“Sumner, Redcliffs and Mt

Pleasant haven’t had port traffic

for some time. I think they were

used to having the traffic that

it didn’t seem like an issue. But

when it’s reintroduced and it

hasn’t been there for six years,

there may be a change in the way

people view it,” Cr Lonsdale said.

He also said the route will be a

target for boy racers who are also

prevalent around Governors Bay

and the Port Hills.

“Boy racers are a bit of an issue

along the esplanade and Sumner

Rd and there’s noise that comes

with that. We need to think

about what we can do to mitigate

those issues and we need to

discuss that within the community,”

Cr Lonsdale said.

This is the first stage in works

to re-open Sumner Rd and work

will include source rock deconstruction.

Contractors will scale the upper

reaches of the Crater Rims

Bluffs, with a 400m-long, 15mwide

catch bench at the base of

the bluffs to protect the road

from rockfall.

A rock bund will also be constructed

in Double Gully to the

west of the Crater Rim Bluffs to

capture rockfall from the bluffs.

Once the work is completed,

contractors will investigate the

extent of the damage to retaining

walls along the road.

The road will then be repaired

and reinstated.

Sumner Rd is one of four projects

within the Sumner-Lyttelton

Corridor programme, which

aims to mitigate geohazard risks

to road users and return the

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Bid to beat problem parkers

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• By Annabelle Dick

CITY COUNCIL enforcement

officers may soon be seen

more on the streets of Akaroa

ticketing motorists and dealing

with dogs breaching bylaws.

The Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board has asked the

city council to look at providing

more officers to patrol and more

frequently.

There are no officers based in

Akaroa. They travel to and from

Akaroa but the community

board says it is too little.

Parking breaches have become

a common occurrence as people

are disregarding parking limit

signs.

Just Souvenirs owner Graeme

Tomer said he has two parking

10min signs outside his store

that are often abused, but the

cars aren’t ticketed.

“We don’t see much enforcement

at all really – definitely

not on a regular basis. I can’t

remember when I last saw an

officer,” he said.

From September 14, 2015,

to September 14, 2016, the city

council has issued 14 infringement

notices for parking offences.

Of these, four infringement

notices have been issued for the

time limit.

Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board member Janis Haley said

the lack of enforcement was an

issue.

“There used to be someone

here who’d monitor parking but

he’s not here anymore. Some

times some of these areas need

monitoring and no matter what

signs you put up parking just

gets abused,” she said.

The board wants to see more

locally-based officers on the

ground with the ability to issue

multiple enforcement warrants.

That would include dog owners

who breached bylaws.

Community board chairwoman

Pam Richardson said

having locally-based officers

makes more sense than having

an officer commute from

Christchurch.

“Rather than having an

enforcement officer on the road

running back and forward surely

it must be far easier to look

at an innovative way of doing it

and that is local enforcement,”

ON GUARD:

Akaroa could

see more city

council officers

wandering the

streets issuing

fines for multiple

offences.

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she said.

The board has asked city

council staff to see if there’s

any possibility of officers being

based locally.

Crime has also been an issue

in Akaroa. Senior Constable

Anita Osborne addressed the

community board about police

wanting a surveillance camera

installed in the township.

The community board is also

talking to city council staff

about this matter.

In Brief

REPAIRS

A section of road at 1 Simeon

Quay will be closed to replace a

stormwater pipe. Traffic will be

detoured left on to Godley Quay

and right on to Voelas Rd for

around two weeks.

ONE LANE FOR ROAD

Evans Pass Rd above Sumner

is down to one lane 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.

ARMED ROBBERY

A Woolston dairy worker was left

shaken after three people robbed

the Night ‘n Day store on Ferry Rd

at 5am, Saturday. Police are looking

for three people who entered the

dairy with weapons, including a

hammer and machete. The thieves

stole cigarettes and cash. This is

the second time the dairy has been

robbed in the last two months.

RECOLLECTIONS SOUGHT

Sumner Bays Union Trust is

developing an oral history project

for Sumner and Redcliffs. The

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who were alive during significant

periods such as World War 2. If

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Wednesday October 5 2016

News

Spring garden

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GOING ALL OUT: Rona and Clive McKay spend tens of thousands of dollars on their garden

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Brigadoon gardens win

• By Annabelle Dick

REDCLIFFS’ Brigadoon

house has taken out the novice

category at the Spring Garden

Competition.

Rona and Clive McKay’s home

on Main Rd was awarded the

Gray Trophy on Saturday at one

of the biggest gardening events

in the city.

“The judges came around

and discussed the garden and

they called me and told me

we’ve been selected as the

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Dumpty statue and a horse

which lights up every night.

The ornaments sit in a spread

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my garden. I used to do a lot in

our old houses before moving

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shop looking at what else I can

put in, “ she said.

The McKays will transform

their garden for the summer

season and have entered the

Summer Garden Competition

set for February next year.

They are also high-profile

horse breeders who own a

number of race-winning horses.

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IN THE PORT HILLS

CHRISTCHURCH Beautifying

Association held its Spring

Garden Competition on

Saturday. It is a big event for

gardeners around the city. Below

are the results:

Andrews Cup open class: 1st

– Peter Lawrence, 1 Water Mill

Boulevard, Northwood, 2nd –

Janet and Brian Lovelock, 32

Applefield Court, Northwood,

and 3rd – Ann Offwood,

18 Water Mill Boulevard,

Northwood.

Certificate of Merit: Carol

and Ray Skinner, 26 Applefield

Court, Northwood.

Gray Trophy novice: 1st

– Rona and Clive McKay,

“Brigadoon” 158 Main Rd,

Redcliffs, 2nd equal – Ursula

Schmidtke, 25 Molesworth Pl,

Cashmere and Diana Madgin,

132 Port Hills Rd, Heathcote.

Clarke/Everett Cup, flats and

townhouses: 1st – Lyn Smith,

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2nd – Margaret Joy McLay, unit

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CBA Trophy, continuing

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Clipper Pl, Redwood.

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Rd, Redwood, and 3rd equal

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood

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Tennis Club, Richmond Park,

Richmond.

Peter Lawrence Trophy: 1st

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Beckenham, 2nd – Anthony

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Corbett Cres, Halswell and 3rd –

Diana Isaac Retirement Village,

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 7

Council changes its mind

over Main Rd footpath

• By Annabelle Dick

RESIDENTS AND parents

concerns about pedestrian

safety at Moa Bone Cave have

convinced the city council to

investigate if a footpath could be

re-introduced on Main Rd.

The Hagley-Ferrymead Community

Board asked the city

council to reinstate a pathway

near the Main Rd-McCormacks

Bay Rd intersection earlier this

year, but the city council said

rockfall risk is too high.

The city council has now backtracked,

saying improvements

can be looked at, but recommended

a reassessment of the

geotechnical risk of the rocks

above Moa Bone Cave once the

current mitigation works are

complete.

“We were hoping at this point

that the council could say that we

could put a footpath in but the

fact they’re willing to re-look at

it is really positive,” community

board chairwoman Sara Templeton

said.

If the level of risk has reduced

enough to be acceptable for pedestrians,

staff will undertake an

investigation of the options available

to construct a new footpath

HAZARDOUS: A new pathway may be rebuilt along Main Rd

near Moa Bone Cave.

PHOTO BY: GEOFF SLOAN

on the south side of Main Rd.

“It would be fantastic if the

reassessment allows a footpath to

be reinstated alongside the cave

and I really hope that that is the

eventual outcome,” Ms Templeton

said.

There is no pathway on the

Moa Bone Cave side of Main Rd,

which means pedestrians have

to cross a busy road to access the

pathway on the north side.

Redcliffs School principal Rose

McInerney said the intersection

is a real worry for her and she

wants her pupils to be able to

walk to school without crossing

Main Rd.

“It’s such an incredibly busy

road and a lot of our students live

around that way so we’re really

hopeful they’ll put a footpath

back in,” she said.

A pedestrian crossing from

Moa Bone Cave to the north

side of Main Rd has also been

proposed if a footpath can’t be

reinstated.

The pathway has been out of

action since the February 22,

2011, earthquake rendered it

unusable.

The new Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

will get the information from

staff once the work is complete.

ON THE WATER: Black Cat Cruises welcomes a number of

visitors on board each year to view and swim with Hector’s

dolphins.

Akaroa top of cruise list

• By Bridget Rutherford

AKAROA HAS been named

one of the top five cruise

destinations in Australia and

New Zealand at the inaugural

Cruisers’ Choice Destination

Awards.

The awards are based on

customer feedback submitted on

the Cruise Critic website over

the past year.

Akaroa came fourth, following

Sydney, Tauranga and

Auckland.

Dunedin was fifth.

Akaroa District Promotions

executive officer Hollie Hollander

said the awards were a

great endorsement for Akaroa.

In their feedback, cruisers

noted they enjoyed Akaroa’s

scenery, people and history.

Akaroa welcomed about

124,000 cruise ship visitors in

the 2015/16 season.

“Cruise ships have become a

vital part of our economy over

the past five years and have

helped keep the cruise industry

alive and well for Canterbury,”

Ms Hollander said.

“Businesses have really supported

the influx of visitors by

offering a great range of activities

and products. The cafes and

restaurants have employed

more staff and locals have been

fantastic ambassadors for the

town”.

be a time traveller!

FUN DAY AT

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sunday 16 Oct, 10am–4pm

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Be an historical detective, rediscover the Arts

Centre’s North Quad, Library and Great Hall, live

music, vintage markets and much more. To see what

else is happening go to ccc.govt.nz/heritageweek

Ever wondered about

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18 Oct, 5.30pm–8.30pm

civic offices, level 1

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14–24 Oct, 10am–4pm,

Sundays/Labour Day 11am–3pm

Lyttelton Information Centre

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Look at life in New Zealand’s

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Quail Island. Images from

Lyttelton Museum’s photograph

collection. Visit the site of the

leper colony as part of the

Otamahua/Quail Island tours

15–16 Oct.

use a picture,

Stitch a Memory

20 Oct, 9am–3pm

Christchurch Weavers

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Orton Bradley park

Spring Fair

23 Oct, 10am–4pm

marine drive,

charteris bay

A fun day for the family in park

surrounds. Explore the heritage

buildings. Live music, food and

market stalls along with lambs add

to the festive spring atmosphere.

Adult $5, Children Free.

children

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Wednesday October 5 2016

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Sumner take early wickets

MERIVALE-PAPANUI will

resume on Saturday with a lead

of 33 against Sumner in the

opening match of the senior A

two-day cricket competition.

Sumner bowled Merivale out

for 51 in the first innings after a

spirited session from Brendon

Wellington on Saturday.

Sumner were then dismissed

for 100 in their first turn at

the crease before taking three

wickets and heading to stumps

with Merivale on 82/3, 33 runs

ahead.

Getting underway at Edgar

MacIntosh Park, in Papanui,

Sumner lost the toss and were

put in the field first.

The new ball combination of

Dean Smith and Wellington

made an immediate impression

taking six early wickets to have

the hosts reeling at 28/6.

Andrew Bird and Jonny

Percasky came on and continued

to apply pressure on the

Merivale batsmen, dismissing

the hosts for 51.

Wellington took 4/25, Bird

was impressive taking 3/11 and

Smith handily chipped in with

2/14.

In reply, Sumner were stunned

early with the loss of three

wickets to be 17/3.

Sumner’s new skipper Johnny

Beveridge top scored for his

team with 24.

There were some small

partnerships formed but wickets

continued to fall and Sumner

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Merivale-Papanui on Saturday. ​

were all out for 100.

Sumner returned to the field

with 28 overs left in the day to

bowl at Merivale. Wellington

picked up an early wicket to

take his fifth of the match and

Dan Vann chimed in to take

the second wicket before a solid

partnership formed between

Eddie Commons (23 not out)

and Mitchell Dimond (40) to

take them to 76/3 when Dimond

fell. Merivale will resume batting

on 82/3 at noon, Saturday.

• Aaron Lock,

surf coach,

Sumner

IT’S BEEN a

tough two weeks

of dreary easterly

weather and

average looking

surf. Prior to that

we had a great start to spring

with plenty of south swell and

lots of fun northerly swell days

too. The sand banks are in pretty

good shape around the local

beaches so whenever there has

been a bit of swell, the waves

have been forming nicely. It

looks like we’ve flipped back into

a westerly weather pattern again

now which is more typical for

this time of year. We’re now past

the spring equinox so we should

expect plenty of wind over the

next month or so and lots of

afternoon on-shores, so early

surfs will be the key.

The water temp is starting to

warm up but it’s still a little cool

at 11.5 deg C. It normally warms

about one degree per week at this

time of year so by Labour weekend

we might be able to ditch the

booties. The cold water hasn’t

been stopping people enjoying

the waves this winter. It’s been

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The Canterbury Scholastic

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Finn Brokenshire and Estella

Hungerford are all in the team

and have been training hard all

winter. They’ve been looking

forward to the pumping surf and

warmer waters of Gissy.

Ava Henderson was also in

Gisborne last week competing

in the Primary School Nationals

where she placed third in the

year 8 and under girls’ division.

Sumner will be hosting the

Canterbury Primary School

Champs on the October 30.

This will be the inaugural event

and is being organising by the

rejuvenated local club, Point Surf

Team. It should be a fun and exciting

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Wednesday October 5 2016

Our People

Providing welfare and a home

Jessica Armstrong, 28, has been managing the

Lyttelton Seafarers’ Centre with her husband

Rob for over a year. Annabelle Dick chats to her

about the centre’s role in the community and the

people it serves

So first of all, what does the

Lyttelton Seafarers’ Centre do?

We provide a centre for all

seafarers, so anyone who works

on ships or in the port and we

give them a home away from

home. We give them a place to

hang out, we provide free Wi-Fi

as well so they can contact their

friends and family because calling

home that is the main thing

they want to do when they get

off the ship. We exchange foreign

cash into New Zealand currency

so they can buy stuff at the

supermarket, or whatever they

need, because there’s no bank

in Lyttelton. We give away free

warm clothes . . . we’ve given

away about 50 winter coats and

hats and scarves. We also provide

them with free food and drinks.

Basically, its all of that and we

give them someone to talk to if

they want to talk to someone.

How many people do you get

coming through your doors?

We fluctuate a lot depending

on the amount of ships in the

port, our maximum is about

28 and some nights we only

get a handful. On average we

get about 12 people per night.

We opened in July last year

and we’ve served close to 3500

people from all over the world.

The main places they come from

are the Philippines, Russia and

Ukraine.

You must have heard a lot of

interesting stories then?

Yes, they’re all a very different

bunch of people and we have

them all in at the same time so

it makes for a very interesting

centre.

How many people work at the

centre?

We’ve got 20 regular volunteers

at the moment and we have

about 10 people in training who

have just started their training.

Everyone is a volunteer.

What were seafarers doing

before the centre existed?

They used to hang out outside

the library where there was free

Wi-Fi but they didn’t have any

AT WORK: Jessica Armstrong with Filipino seamen at the Lyttelton Seafarers’ Centre.

shelter. When we first started we

walked up the road to go and

collect them and they were sitting

outside in very cold temperatures

in winter and they just

wanted to contact home. We give

them somewhere to be because

there’s not a lot open in Lyttelton

at night unless you’re a bar.

What kind of feedback do

you get from the seamen you

have come in?

They do really appreciate what

we do and even if they do speak

very little English they express

it non-verbally with big smiles.

Most of them thank us at the end

of the night. A lot of the Filipino

men are away from their young

families so they’ll get on Skype

at the centre and show us their

families and their babies so that’s

really lovely to see when they

might not be able to otherwise.

As it’s a free service, how important

are time and monetry

contributions?

We provide them with free

Wi-Fi and we have a heat pump

and things like that and we

don’t have high costs as such but

we need to fund the continual

running costs.

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away from home for seafarers

We’re wanting to spread the

news about who we are and

what we do and that we’re always

looking out for new volunteers

because we’d like to be open

every afternoon and every

evening, but we’re not there yet.

We’re open Monday to Friday

every week in the evenings and

every second Saturday and some

afternoons.

Where does the funding come

from?

The centre is run by a trust

administered by Anglicans and

Catholics. We’ve signed up with

the Lyttelton Harbour Timebank

to help with supplying clothes

for the seamen. Charles Shadbolt

from Independent Fisheries has

made the site temporarily rentfree

until a permanent site is

found. The Lyttelton Port Company

has donated some funds,

food is supplied by the Salvation

Army and local fundraisers help

towards paying for necessities.

What have some of the

highlights been during the time

you’ve volunteered there?

Definitely meeting people

from all over the world who

live quite a difficult life in some

respects away from friends

and family doing difficult jobs.

Sometimes they get treated very

well and sometimes they don’t so

VOLUNTEERS: Jessica Armstrong and her husband Rob on

holiday in Asia two years ago.

having conversations with them

is nice. You can tell they really

appreciate just having someone

to talk to and sharing a little bit

of their lives with someone. I

love all the amazing volunteers

because we wouldn’t be able to

do anything without them they

just open their hearts by doing

this once a week or once a

fortnight so this has been a really

awesome experience.

CONTACT POINT: Seafarers make calls back home to their

families in the Philippines.

What are your hopes for the

future of the centre?

My hope is that we’d be able to

open for longer so we were there

if people wanted to use the centre.

So are you originally from

Christchurch?

Yes, I grew up in Christchurch

and I went to Villa Maria College.

My husband is also from

Christchurch. We moved to

Wellington where I did my commerce

degree in management

and HR and a BA in information

systems at Victoria University. I

stayed there for about three years

after I finished. My partner and

I moved back to Christchurch in

January of last year.

What prompted you to become

a part of the centre?

The centre itself is run by the

Anglican and Catholic churches

so when I was living in Wellington

and was at mass on a Sunday

they asked if someone could help

out as a volunteer one night a

week so I signed up for that with

my husband for two years and

then we moved back to Christchurch

and became the volunteer

managers at the Lyttelton centre.

Did you ever see yourself getting

involved in work like this?

Not really. The opportunity

just occurred . . . I didn’t predict

something like this would happen

and I’d be volunteering my

time outside of work so I was out

of the blue in that respect. People

really needed us especially in

Lyttelton where the centre had

just started and they didn’t have

anybody that had the experience

to manage it.

When you’re not with the

centre, what are you doing?

I work outside of the centre as

well so I do software development.

I work most of the week in

Auckland so I travel there quite

often. At the moment it’s about

three days in Auckland a week

and two days in Christchurch.

I’m pretty busy so yeah it’s a bit

of a challenge.

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Wednesday October 5 2016

Your Local Views

Time for reform

Green MP Eugenie

Sage talks about

the importance of

local government

and getting involved

in the upcoming

election

Congratulations and

thank you to everyone

who offered to serve their community by

standing for election for the city council,

a community board, Environment Canterbury

or the Canterbury District Health

Board.

It was good to see the retiring chair of

the Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community

Board, Paula Smith profiled in these

pages recently. Local government is successful

when elected members are well

connected with their communities and

the board under Paula Smith’s chairing

has understood and effectively advocated

for Harbour Basin residents.

The fact that citizens value the “local”

in local government has been obvious

recently in the strong opposition to the

Government’s proposed changes to local

government law.

The Local Government Amendment

Bill significantly increases the powers

of the minister and the Local Government

Commission which the minister

appoints. It allows the commission to

initiate council re-organisations and

amalgamations and impose new council

controlled organisations on local councils

without their agreement. The current Bill

would enable the commission to start a

process to merge Christchurch, Hurunui

and Selwyn councils into an Auckland

style super-city, even if these councils did

not agree.

The commission would also be able to

force councils to transfer communityowned

and funded assets, such as our

water supply, to new council controlled

organisations. The Government needs to

bin these undemocratic law changes, not

just pause them.

One area where reform would be welcome

is to change the “first past the post”

voting system for councils to a proportional

one such as the single transferable

vote system.

STV enables voters to rank candidates

in the order they prefer. An STV system

generally results in more women and

more ethnic diversity among those

elected.

It helps ensure that all significant

viewpoints are represented in proportion

to their level of support among voters. It

means all votes count towards the result

and none are wasted.

We have a much more diverse Parliament

because of our proportional MMP

voting system (with one vote for the

electorate and one for the party).

We use STV to elect our health board

in Canterbury. Palmerston North,

Porirua, Wellington and Dunedin all use

STV for their council elections.

It would be good to see a new city

council promoting a local poll of

Christchurch residents in the next term

about changing to STV.

Harbour clean-up views positive

• By Annabelle Dick

BANKS PENINSULA residents have

weighed in on the newly-launched

Whakaraupo/Lyttelton Harbour

Catchment Management Plan aimed at

cleaning up the harbour.

Thirty-seven people participated in the

public workshops in Governors Bay, Lyttelton

and Diamond Harbour set up by the

management plan facilitators.

Charteris Bay Yacht Club safety officer

Mike Pearson said it was positive to see

consultation with locals who have a vested

interest in the harbour.

“Our club has had members sailing on

these waters for more than 75 years and

some of our senior members share stories

of the unfortunate changes that have

slowly and incrementally taken place over

many decades. This was a great opportunity

to make a positive contribution to an

extremely worthwhile campaign and we

thank the project partners for the chance

to participate,” he said.

Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, Te Rūnanga o

Ngāi Tahu, Environment Canterbury, the

city council, and the Lyttelton Port Company

have joined forces to create an action

plan to manage and restore the health of

the harbour.

Representatives asked attendees a number

of questions about the issues they felt

were facing the harbour and what can be

done to make a difference.

“There was a common agreement that

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to reverse this process. It was refreshing

to be agreeing on common objectives,”

said open water swimmer Dan Abel.

Experts will carry out erosion assessment

and landscape characterisation, will

look at surface water quality, quantity and

ecosystem health and mahinga kai and

cultural values.

This information received from consultation

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Wednesday October 5 2016

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Exciting times ahead

for social workers

Fiona Maurice is focused on whanau. Midway through her final year work

placement at Child, Youth and Family, the Ara Bachelor of Social Work student

spoke of her hopes for the future for her family and for all Māori families.

Working for the Māori Women’s

Welfare League, as researcher and then as

kaiawhina, in 2011 to 2012, Fiona loved

community work but realised she need a

qualification to progress and be even more

effective. Coming to Ara was, she says, “the

best move I ever made”.

“I’ve learnt more

about myself and

what my strengths are

and I’ve realised that

determination and

perseverance are good

skills to have.

“I believe this

qualification will give

me more opportunities. I

want to register as a social

worker so that employers

will look at me more

seriously.

Working for Child, Youth and Family,

the social work agency of the Ministry of

Social Development, “didn’t faze” Fiona.

“I put my hand up to go there. In terms of

learning I can link a lot of my studies, such

as attachment theory and developmental

theory to the work, but I am also learning

a lot in the office about the systems and

processes.”

It’s an exciting time to be at CYF, she

says. “The agency is in a transformation

phase. They will have a new identity next

year and new processes. To be part of that

wave of social work is exciting.”

Her focus is clear. “It’s whanau that’s the

perspective I come with.”

Proud of her heritage, she

affiliates to Tuahiwi Marae near

Rangiora and Nga Ruahine

(South Taranaki tribe). It’s

an exciting time for New

Zealanders, she says, because

qualifications now involve

learning about the Treaty of

Waitangi. “More and more

we will see that knowledge

in action. Most of the social

work students want to learn

bicultural skills, but I already

had that.”

Receiving the Ara Eke Panuku

award last year and other scholarships have

been hugely helpful and Fiona says support

is there for other Māori students to enter

social work – a perspective the profession

badly needs to better respond to Māori

clients. “There are not enough of us! Only

three started in my first year group of 55!”

Fiona has made it a personal challenge

to share her story and inspire others to

consider social work.

Restoring McCormacks Bay

• By Barbara Crooks, of

Ferrymead Rotary

ONCE A month on

a Sunday afternoon

Ferrymead Rotary

members don their

gardening gloves and

gumboots and head for

McCormacks Bay.

There they join a dozen

or so other volunteers for

a few hours of planting

and tidying. Their aim is

to restore and enhance the

bay to a level beyond its

pre-earthquake state.

The work is co-ordinated

by the Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust and

supervised by the city

council park rangers.

When Ferrymead Rotary

got involved two years

ago, the effects of the 2011

earthquakes were still in

evidence. The estuary had

tilted and liquefaction

had created new islands,

the stream edges needed

stones placed back on the

banks and the locals had

been too busy mending

houses and businesses,

mourning family and

friends to do much in the

community.

Ferrymead Rotary has

always been keen to get

involved in hands-on work

in the community. So,

when the Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust

asked for help, members

HELPING HAND: Rotarians muck in at their

monthly McCormacks Bay clean up.

made it a club project and

joined the restoration

team. In June 2015, Rotary

Neighbourhood Trust

donated $750 towards tree

seedlings.

The team started pruning

the trees, bushes,

undergrowth and weeds

that were not natural to

the McCormacks Bay area.

Park rangers tagged trees

and bushes to be removed,

volunteers cut and slashed.

Flax, saltmarsh ribbon

wood and a variety of

trees that withstand salt

spray and wind have been

planted around the edges

of the bay.

The next stage, based

on the Sumner side of the

bay, is to prune, re-vegetate

and restore the three large

islands so that the birds

will return.

Tanya Jenkins, trust

project co-ordinator, stated

“that thanks to the dedication

and commitment

from Ferrymead Rotary

members, who will be

working closely with other

local residents, the trust

can now hand over the

restoration project leaving

it in capable hands.”

The difference is incredible

– everything looks as

though it should be there.

Plantings are growing

where it had been bare.

And the hope is that this

natural planting will attract

birds back to the area

for shelter, roosting and

breeding.

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Reprise

September 17 - October 9,

11am- 5pm Wednesday to Sunday

(excluding Saturday), 10am - 5pm

Saturday

Established and emerging

artists returning to Oxford

Street Art with new works. The

exhibition features works full

of vibrancy, colour and unique

perspectives.

Artists include Kees Bruin, Meredith

Marsone, Anne Dillon, Anne

Skelton, Michelle Clark, Madhu

Rees, Julie Sheppard. Priscilla

Cowie, Mike Glover and Stephanie

Crisp.

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-11am

Head along to Lyttelton Library

to Knit ’n’ Yarn. Take your knitting,

crochet or other portable

craft project and enjoy time with

other crafters.

Temporary Lyttelton Library

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, October 6, 9:30am to

noon

You are welcome to come 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 October 7, 10.30am-

11am

During each session there is a

variety of stories, songs, rhymes,

fingerplays and other bookrelated

activities. The programmes

are especially suitable

for under two-year-olds.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

Trinity Hall, free.

Learn to Sail

Saturday October 8, 9am –

5.30pm

Learning to sail is a lot of fun

and provides children and adults

of all ages with valuable life skills.

To help children and families to

get into sailing in an easy and affordable

way without the upfront

cost of having to purchase a boat,

Naval Point Club in Lyttelton

has 10 well-equipped Optimist

dinghies.

Phone David Noakes: 021 022

88411 or email programmes@

navalpoint.co.nz.

Naval Point Club Lyttelton,

Erskine Point, Lyttelton

Storytimes/Wā Kōrero

Tuesday, October 11, 11am-

11.30am

Programme for preschoolers

include stories, music, movement

and rhymes.

Kōrero pukapuka, pūoru, korikori.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

Trinity Hall, free.

Mt Pleasant art exhibition

October 15-16, Saturday 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 in its stunning

location overlooking the estuary.

The art exhibition will transform

the community centre into an art

gallery and will be held over two

days - an evening gala opening

on Saturday, October 15 (ticketed

event) followed on Sunday, October

16 by what promises to be an

entertaining day out for the whole

community.

All of the proceeds from this

event will go to Mt Pleasant

School.

Mt Pleasant War Memorial

Community Centre, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd, Mt

Pleasant

Email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Banks Peninsula Walking

Festival

Saturday, November 5 – Saturday,

November 26

Here’s one for the calendar:

the Banks Peninsula Walking

Festival is back again. The festival

celebrates the stunning scenery

and intimate communities of

Banks Peninsula. The event is

designed by local people who

love to share their passion for this

special place with people from the

wider community. Participants

will enjoy a refreshing walk and

are guaranteed an enjoyable

experience as they relax, meet

new people and together absorb

the stories and atmosphere of this

rugged land, right on the doorstep

of Christchurch. Visit the Project

Lyttelton website for the full list of

walks and details on them.

Lyttelton Harbour Information

Centre, 20 Oxford St, Lyttelton

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,

London St

‘The Journey of the Guru and his Chela’

‘Chela’

Anne Smith

Chris Conlon

Francine Haywood

Jethro Buck

Madhu Rees

Prabhu Singh

Swapna Reddy

Veernarayan Ary

Vinita Sharma

Let us take you on a journey of Indian miniature paintings with the Master Mughal

miniature painter AJAY SHARMA from Jaipur and his international students

(his ‘Chela’)

Opening Night Thursday 13 October 6 pm

All Welcome

13a Oxford Street

Lyttelton

www.oxfordstreetart.co.nz

+64 274298505

AJAY SHARMA

13 October - 13 November 2016

GET INVOLVED: Bays Junior Touch is looking for primary

aged-children to join their team for this upcoming touch

rugby season. The competition begins on October 27 and

continues through to March 16 next year. Register online or

phone Lawrence Babe 027 882 2079 for more information.

OPENING HOURS

Weds - Sunday

11.00am - 5pm

An art

exhibition

titled The

Journey of the

Guru and His

Chela will be

in display at

the Oxford St

gallery from

Thursday. It is

an exhibition

of Indian

miniature art

from a master

of Indian

miniature and

his students

based in

Jaipur.

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3:50pm, 8:00pm. MON, TUE: Pauline Collins, Jonathan Pryce

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M Course Language and sexual references.

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SUN: 9:45am

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DORY JULY 20TH Scenes, May Disturb, Young Children

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THU: SOON 11:45am, M Violence, Coarse Language, Some

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Scenes, May Disturb, Young Children

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PETE’S DRAGON: WED: 10:00am, 4:05pm THU: 9:35am,1:40pm

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THE REHEARSAL: WED: 12:15pm, 8:30pm.

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Wednesday October 5 2016

Location Location Location

Ground Floor Close to the Airport

This is 325.2 square meters of prime commercial floor

space in a modern building.

• 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.

To make arrangements to view the premises:

Contact Gary Anderson

0275 333 227 any time


Wednesday October 5 2016

REAL ESTATE

As Is Where Is - with superb sea views

57A Major Hornbrook Road, Mt Pleasant

Auction Date: Thursday 13 October 2016 - unless sold prior

3 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 1 living room | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | 3 off-street parks | Listing # FM4992

Set on the lower slopes of Mt Pleasant,

just below Mt Pleasant School, this home

offers a private sanctuary away from the

hustle and bustle of everyday life that the

owners have thoroughly enjoyed over the

years.

However, times change and the owners

plans do not include repairing the home

so the decision to sell has been made,

creating a superb opportunity for you to

fully renovate this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home

to your taste.

With large flowing living areas the

renovations to the home may take you a

little longer than planned as you are very

likely to be distracted by the peaceful sea

views on offer from lounge and bedrooms!

The property also features double

garaging (one is currently set up as a

studio), a funky loft space that has been

used as a study and a deck to sit out and

enjoy the views.

The owners have cash settled with their

insurers so this ‘As Is Where Is’ property

is now surplus to requirements and will

be sold on auction day, if not sold before...

Call today for the detailed reports available

and to arrange a viewing or you may just

miss out.

To view documentation in relation to

this property, please copy and paste the

link below into your web address bar:

http://www.propertyfiles.co.nz/property/

FM4992

Open Homes: Wednesday 5:00 p.m. -

5:40 p.m. Friday 2:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m. and

Sunday 2:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m. until auction

day

Auction Date: Thursday 13 Oct 1:00 p.m.

(Grenadier City, 98 Moorhouse Avenue)

Unless Sold Prior

For more information or to arrange a

private viewing contact Chris Moores

of Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead

(Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on 384

7950 or 0275 884 440

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 25

Transitioning skincare

through the seasons

Skincare expert and facialist Clemency Alice has a passion for beauty and organic

skincare. Recently travelling to Paris and Australia to further her knowledge, she

shares her secrets.

the tRAnSition from summer to

autumn can have a major impact on your

skin’s overall condition and appearance. if

the new season catches you unaware and

unprepared, your skin can become very

dry, extremely sensitive, lacklustre and

more susceptible to breakouts. This is due

to the change in oil flow – which was on

an all-time high during summer – and the

vitality of the ‘skin glow’ waning as cooler

temperatures plummet, constricting

blood vessels. here’s what you need to

know to ensure your skin stays prepped

and primped for the change of season.

PReSeRVe youR liPid BARRieR

if you remove this protective skin barrier

through more aggressive methods of overcleansing

and over-exfoliating, then the

skin cells aren’t prepared and your skin

becomes more vulnerable to the extreme

temperatures and external elements of

wind, sun and rain. A way to protect

and maintain hydration in your skin is

through spritzing your face after cleansing

with a floral facial mist then locking the

moisture in with your favourite facial oil

or moisturiser.

SwitCh moiStuRiSeRS

opt for a creamier, rich texture in

your moisturiser that has antioxidant,

super skin-boosting ingredients. Select

moisturisers that contain hyaluronic acid

(skin plumping and hydrating), vitamin

C (antioxidant and uV-protecting

properties), shea butter (moisturising

and protecting), and rose (softening,

anti-inflammatory, hydrating). And for

those with oilier skins, opt for a balancing

facial oil with lavender (restorative

and calming) and jojoba (balancing to

the acid mantle, protecting and antiinflammatory).

PRoteCt youR Skin

Just because summer is a distant dream,

keep applying a chemical-free SPF daily,

and opt for a seperate sun-care product

with a minimum of SPF30 rather than

relying on sun protection from your

foundation.

inSide And out

Beauty and skin health can come from

within:

• Ensure you drink plenty of water.

• Drink organic green tea (helps

prevent tewl – trans-epidermal water

loss).

• Eat seasonal fruit and vegetables.

• Drink green smoothies.

• Boost your intake of essential

fatty acids.

• Go for a brisk walk amongst

nature to

revive your autumnal ‘glow’.

• Maintain your skin sparkle with

restorative beauty sleep.

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& Pip Anderson B.D.S (Otago)

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 27

Community Events

ALCOHOLICS

ANONYMOUS, If you

want to have a drink thats

your business. If you want

to stop, we can help. Phone

0800 229-6757

Computers

Gardening

& Supplies

Landscape

and Garden

Services

If you need help

getting your garden

back in order after

repairs, need any

type of landscape

construction work or

garden restoration.

Ph 021 272 0303

Gardening

& Supplies

A GARDEN OR

LANDSCAPING TIDY

UP? Rose & Fruit Tree

Pruning, Shrub, hedge

& tree pruning, Lawns,

Gardening, consistently

reliable general property

upkeep, Dip. Hort. 10

yrs experience, One off

tidy ups or on-going

service. Nick’s Property

Maintenance. Keeping

your garden beautiful.

Free Quote. Ph. 942-4440

GARDENER - Need

your home or commercial

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Ruth 326-6663 or 021

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021 723-089. www.

celebrantservices.net.nz

Tours

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Rentals

Cars, Vans, Brisbane, Coolangatta

FREE CALL

0800 601 508

e: rexellent@bigpond.com

Trades & Services

Your local professional

FOR ALL YOUR

PLUMBING

NEEDS

• Bathroom repairs

• Renovations

• Leaks

• Tap Repairs

• Gas and Drainage

Carol and Chris

Phone 376 5322 or email

chcheast@laserplumbing.co.nz

COAL & FIREWOOD

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Marcrocarpa, Bluegum,

Oregon & Old Man Pine

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truckload or 3cm

by arrangement

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suppLIEs yARD

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Phone 329 6233

Mon- Sat 8am - 12 noon

Trades & Services

Cracked tiles?

Dirty grout?

Old or mouldy

silicon?

Brett Ph 03 358 5105

or 027 746 7632

www.groutpro.co.nz

Trades & Services

Driveway specialist

hill specialist, stamped

concrete specialist and exposed

aggregate specialist

Servicing Canterbury since 1987

MeMber of the New ZealaNd MaSter

CoNCrete plaCerS aSSoCiatioN

M 022 175 7731

aH 03 384 8616

www.concreteworkscanterbury.co.nz

Trades & Services

LAND

REINFORCEMENT

SPECIALISTS

RETAINING WALLS – repaired/new timber/

block/concrete/reviews/assessments/

valuations for insurance purposes/in ground

retaining walls for slope stabilisation

LAND REMEDIATION – under runners/

slip remediation/drainage/hill sites/river or

stream banks a speciality/house re-levelled/

new foundations

Call Duncan Laing on 021 320 400

or David Campbell on 021 466 144

DESIGNED, CONSENTED, BUILT AND SIGNED OFF

Laing Technical Ltd

Consultants/Project Managers/Contractors

www.laingtechnical.co.nz

9 Ernlea Terrace, Cashmere Ph: 980 5947

35 YEARS IN THE BUSINESS IN CHRISTCHURCH

Trades & Services

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STONE WORK

All forms of landscaping,

fences, decking & paving.

Phone Mike

Stoneage Landscapes

021 1499 733

BUILDER

Licensed & Experienced

From new decks

to full remodels

& new builds.

Free quotes

Ph Deane

022 123 1175

Now working

in your area

• Tree Pruning

& Removal

• Stump Grinding

• Hedge Trimming

Fully Insured

Qualified Arborist

For a free quote,

ph 0800 248 733

www.jimstrees.co.nz

RE-ROOFING

QUALITY ROOFING AT THE

BEST PRICE AROUND

Protect your home with a new Colorsteel roof.

Call for a friendly, FREE assessment and quote.

• Roofing

• Spouting and Downpipe

• Safety rails

• Licensed Building

Practitioner

Ph: 347 9045 or 021 165 1682

Email: Robinsonroofing99@gmail.com

Trades & Services

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George Lockyer. Over

30 years bricklaying

experience. UK trained.

Licensed Building

Practitioner number

BP105608. Insurance

work. EQC repairs.

Heritage brickwork a

speciality. No job too

small. Governors Bay.

Home 329-9344, Cell

027 684-4046, email

georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz

CARPETLAYER

Laying and Repairs, 40 yrs

experience, ph Peter 326-

7711 or 027 240-6532

CARPET & VInYL

LAYIng

Repairs, uplifting,

relaying, restretching,

E mail jflattery@xtra.

co.nz,

ph 0800 003 181

or 027 2407416

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Decorative Concrete

Placing, Canterbury

owned & operated

for over 10 years,

competitive rates, full

excavation, coloured,

exposed, stamped, call

Paul 027 322 6119

DRAInLAYER

Reg, all types, 20 yrs hill

work exp, ph 028 408-

0121

ELECTRICIAn

JMP Electrical.

Experienced & registered..

Expert in all home

electrical repairs &

maintence.Call James 027

4401715

ELECTRICAL

HEAT PUMPS

Affordable, servicing,

alterations, security &

LED lighting, Ph 326 4992

or 0274 329755.

FURnITURE

REMOVALS

Large Trucks $95 +

GST per hour 7 day NZ

wide, packing & moving,

Professional Company,

Professional Service.

Canterbury Relocations

Ltd. ph 0800 359 9313

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COnSTRUCTIOn

Lawns, paving, water

features, irrigation,

planting, decks,

driveways, kerbing, ponds,

retainer walls, fencing.

Free quotes, Phone Tony

021-034-8555

PAInTIng

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Free quotes. Int/ext &

roof painting Family run

business, work guaranteed.

Ph Kerin or Paul 022 191

7877 or 379-1281. Website

www.swedekiwipainting.

co.nz

PAInTIng SERVICES

Mature, reliable,

conscientious &

experienced, reasonable

rates, no job too small!,

call Ron 027 434-1400 or

03 384-2885

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Experienced tradesman,

quality work, free quotes,

ph Simon 027 389-1351 or

03 328-7280

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no job too big or too

small, specialise in repair

work & new houses, free

quotes given, over 20 yrs

plasterering experience, ph

027 221-4066 or 384-2574

Trades & Services

ROOFIng

Qualified & Licenced

Practitioner. Re-Roof &

Repairs, all types. Member

New Zealand Roofing

Association. Over 35 years

experience. Phone John

027 432-3822 or 351-9147

email

co.nz

johnmill@ihug.

TREES BIg OR SMALL

tree removal, trimming,

stump grinding, shelterbelt

clean up, section clearing,

rubbish removals,

excavation work, ph Trees

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quote, 021 061 4783

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& all camera tapes

converted to DVD, video

taping, weddings, twenty

firsts, special occasions,

www.grahamsvideo.co.nz

ph 03 338-1655

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“Your Windows are the

eyes of your Home”, for

a free no obligation quote,

call Greg Brown, Crystal

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ph 384-2661 or 027 616-

0331 Local Resident

Wanted To Buy

A+ Household effects,

fridges, freezers, washing

machines, ovens. Good

cash paid. Ph Paul 022

0891 671

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248424

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Bench Cushions Included.

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Throw cushions included.

288902

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Contempo

Day Bed

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$

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288907

$

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1499

$

1999

$

2999

Gasmate

Column Heater

Electric 2000w.

248398

$

299

Gasmate

Outdoor Gas Fire

293936

$

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30 Seconds

BBQ Cleaner

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082534

$

9 95

Grillman

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279634

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$

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236304

BBQ Pizza Oven

Fire Box

292702

$

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289049

$

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202319

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!88015

$

549

$

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Hooded, Black

288996

$

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599

Gemini

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Hooded, Black

288997

Maestro

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Hooded.

248607

$

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999

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Hooded.

248612

Horizon

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229235

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Opening Hours: Monday–Friday: 7:00am–7pm

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 8:00am–6:00pm

Offers available at Mitre10 Mega Ferrymead only, until the 9th of October, while stocks last.

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If you find the same product cheaper from another Mitre 10 store or Mitre 10 website we’ll match that price. Excludes trade

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