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makes it

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top table

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

• By Annabelle Dick

EXCITING AND humbling.

That’s the reaction from

new city councillor Sara

Templeton , who ousted

Paul Lonsdale (right) in the

Heathcote Ward in the local

body elections on Saturday.

“I’ve had such amazing

support from my campaign

team and the community

who have all been supporting

me through this,” she said.

“There were no expectations

at all – I was hoping

to win but I wouldn’t have

stood for council if I didn’t

think I could win. But I never

expected that margin.”

Ms Templeton received

4059 votes, Mr Lonsdale

2474, and the other unsuccessful

candidate, Malcolm

Davis received 477.

Mr Londsale was the only

sitting councillor to miss out

on being re-elected.

Ms Templeton said she was

surprised with the result, but

was eager to get to work as a

city councillor.

Ms Templeton was the

Hagley-Ferrymead Community

Board chairwoman

for the last term, and has

campaigned hard in the new

Heathcote Ward to join the

council table.

Building communities and

sustainability are the two key

things she will be focusing on

as a city councillor.

“They’re both interlinked

very closely. We need communities

that are thriving

and connected to become

more connected. People

shopping locally and being

connected is the more sustainable

way for a city to be,”

she said.

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Wednesday October 12 2016

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CONGRATULATIONS to Sara

Templeton, the new Heathcote

Ward’s city councillor.

Sara has been a hard working

community board chairwoman

and will bring that energy and

forthrightness to the council table,

so her promotion to the top bench

of local politics is well deserved.

Sara is also a good communicator

to the community through Bay

Harbour News. And speaking of

communication, no response yet

from the Lyttelton police over the

crime camera issue.

C’est la vie on that one.

But on a much more positive

note, a great effort from the Sumner

surf lifesavers at the national

pool champs in Auckland (see page

19).

They won 13 medals including

six golds – you’ll be safe swimming

at the beach this summer.

–Barry Clarke

Top Italian club influence comes to Sumner rugby

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Local Views................... 13

School Holidays......15, 17

Sports.........................19-21

Events.......................................23

Health & Beauty.........24

Real Estate.......................... 25

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Mt Pleasant Centre Farmers Market

Grand Re-Opening

Mt Pleasant Farmers market is celebrating

its move back to its home site at the new

rebuilt Mt Pleasant centre.

Come enjoy the celebrations!

• Beautiful views of the Estuary

• Iconic Chris Moller +U

(Mr Grand Designs NZ) architecture

• Gourmet Farmers Market raffle to be won

• Carrot and Pickle Clowns for kids fun

10am – 11am

• Free face painting and bouncy castle

• Kids’ stuff at the playground adjacent

to the market

Sat 15 th October

9.30am to 12.30pm

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sunday 16 Oct, 10am–4pm

free

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Wednesday October 12 2016

BAY HARBOUR

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News

New marina revealed

LYTTELTON WILL soon

boast Canterbury’s first

walk-on floating marina

which is in turn expected to

boost visitor numbers and the

township’s economy.

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

revealed plans for its longawaited

marina at the inner

harbour pile moorings in the

harbour last week.

“The project is a significant

milestone for the port and the

wider Lyttelton community,”

LPC chief executive Peter

Davie said.

“A modern marina capable

of accommodating more of

Canterbury’s recreational

boating community is well

overdue.”

Stage one will see the inner

harbour pile moorings removed,130

berths built and the

area will be renamed Te Ana.

Naval Point Club Lyttelton

commodore Dave Anderson

said the marina is exactly what

the port town needs.

“Lyttelton needs a bit of impetus

and Lyttelton needs a bit

of an injection and by growing

the recreational marine industry

that’s going to grow the

whole town,” he said.

Current berth holders will

PORT PLANS: A walk-on floating marina and 200 berths will be created as part of the port

company’s new marina Te Ana. PHOTO: LYTTELTON PORT OF CHRISTCHURCH

have first priority in securing

a licence in the new marina at

commercial rates.

People who are not existing

licensed inner harbour pile

mooring berth holders can apply

for a licence for a new berth

and, if over-subscribed, a ballot

system may take place.

“We appreciate for some

existing berth holders, the

closing of the inner harbour

pile moorings at the end

of March 2017 will be

disappointing and some may

not choose to licence a berth

in the new marina,” said Mr

Davie.

“LPC will work with existing

berth holders where possible,

to identify alternative mooring

options.”

A promenade linking the

marina to the Lyttelton town

centre will also be developed,

along with a walk way to the

marina from Voelas Rd.

Stage two will see the marina

expanded and development of

the land side area to provide a

commercial precinct.

Once both stages are

complete, there will be 200

berths available for yachts and

powerboats.

Total Marine Services, a

specialist marine contracting

company based in Auckland

and the Bay of Islands, will

build the new marina.

Building will begin in the

first half of next year.

Associated land side

infrastructure, such as

parking, a marina office,

washrooms and other facilities

will be progressively completed

through 2017 and early 2018.

In Brief

COASTAL PATH FINISHED

Coastal pathway work on Beachville

Rd is now complete. The Christchurch

Coastal Pathway Project has now

finished the path from Ferrymead to

the end off Beachville Rd at the Main

Rd shops. Downer has offered to

donate its services to do the land-form

work at the Redcliffs Reserve situated

on the pathway. A celebration will be

held to mark the completion at the

sea wall and coastal pathway in east

Beachville Rd on November 6.

FERRYMEAD ANZ OPENING

ANZ will open a new branch in

Ferrymead today. The bank has

relocated from its premises in

Woolston on Ferry Rd. The bank will

still remain on Ferry Rd, but will

move to 987. The new branch will be

open six days a week and has a smart

ATM where customers can conduct all

standard transactions and deposits.

LIGHTHOUSE WINS AWARD

The Akaroa Lighthouse Preservation

Society has won a Christchurch Civic

Award for heritage preservation. The

annual awards recognise the significant

service of individuals and groups

that benefit the community from

heritage preservation, community

service, youth advocacy, education and

international relations, or community

affairs. The awards will be presented

by Mayor Lianne Dalziel at a special

ceremony in November. The society is

one of seven organisations/people to

be recognised for service to the community.

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Freedom campers

facility possibility

at Windsport Park

• By Annabelle Dick

A GROUP of Ferrymead

businessmen want to turn city

council land near Windsport

Park into a facility area for

freedom campers.

The city council has been

hearing submissions on the

proposed Freedom Camping

Bylaw which would see Windsport

Park and four other areas

banned to freedom campers.

Pirates Ltd director Julian

Bell told the hearings panel

how Pirates and windsurfing

business owner Jamie

McGillviray were interested in

installing facilities for freedom

campers on a site near Windsport

Park.

“Council seemed very interested

in the idea,” he said. “We

intend to keep it simple.”

He said they wanted to put

in a basic shared kitchen, toilet

facilities, a shared social area

and possibly a laundry station

and campers would be charged

a small fee.

Mr Bell said the area is separate

from the problem areas

of the windsurf area and car

parking area.

City council figures showed

that Windsport Park could

have up to 106 freedom camping

vehicles there, while on

average it had eight.

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.

The city council has recommended

that freedom camping

be banned entirely from Ferrymead’s

Windsport Park and

four other sites.

It was allowed up until March

but was temporarily banned

after reports freedom campers

were defecating at the sites, over

staying their allowed time and

overcrowding the car parks.

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.

Mr Bell said he believed this

would be a simple solution for

the freedom camping problem

nearby.

Tim Lindley Darrell Latham Andrew Turner

Templeton wins

•From page 1

“There are some communities

that are really struggling and so

we need to focus on those areas

and at the same time enabling

those that are well resourced to

get on and do what they’re doing,”

she said.

Mr Lonsdale posted on Facebook:

“Thank you to all those

people who did actually support

me through this last term. We

accomplished a lot which was

no small feat given what we inherited

and got the city back on

track to be a great place to live.”

Ms Templeton said she felt for

Mr Lonsdale after the election

result.

Dr Darrell Latham and Dr

Tim Lindley will fill the two

community board vacancies

on the Heathcote Ward of the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board.

“I know both of them and I

know they both work really hard

for their communities and so I

think it’ll be really good,” she

said.

Meanwhile in Akaroa, Pam

Richardson and Janis Haley won

the two vacancies on the Akaroa

subdivision of the newly-formed

Banks Peninsula Community

Board.

Ms Richardson received 631

votes, Ms Haley 483 and Keith

Molloy was unsuccessful receiving

352 votes.

Andrew Turner won the

Banks Peninsula council seat

unopposed.

Councillors will be sworn in

on October 20.

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BAY HARBOUR

In Brief

PAGE 5

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BRAND NEW: Derek McCullough (left) and Phillip Ridge outside the new Mt Pleasant Memorial Community Centre which will

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Centre finally set to open

• By Annabelle Dick

THE MT Pleasant Memorial

Community Centre will open to

the public after a nearly six-year

uphill battle for a new home.

Construction woes and the

discovery of asbestos in the

ground delayed the community

centre build, but the opening

will still go ahead this Friday.

Mt Pleasant Residents’ Association

president Derek

McCullough said the $4.6m

project has taken years to come

to fruition but he’s excited about

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“It’s a mixture of euphoria

and dead tiredness. It’s been a

long and interesting journey and

we’re in sight of the finish line so

it’s just that last little push now,”

he said.

The two-story, 600n sq m

building was designed by Grand

Designs NZ host Chris Moller.

There is an atrium, a studio

for dance classes, a room for

meetings or arts and crafts, a catering

kitchen and an office.

The building has a capacity of

250.

“People are really excited for it

to open. There’s been a long delay

and they’ve commented on

what a lovely looking building it

is,” he said.

The centre had to be rebuilt

after sustaining significant

damage during the February 22,

2011, earthquake, which struck

about 2km from Mt Pleasant.

The facility was under-insured

at the time of the earthquake

and received a $1.6m insurance

pay out.

The city council contributed

$1.66m to the community-led

repair, but the association still

needs to raise about $350,000 to

pay off a loan borrowed for the

construction.

The residents’ association is

asking residents to donate to the

rebuild fund via their website,

but the centre will open regardless.

The new centre will be blessed

prior to its official opening on

Friday. Members of the public

are invited to the blessing

ceremony at 7am. It will be

officially opened at 6pm with a

private ceremony.

CONSENT SOUGHT AGAIN

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.

STEDLEY PL WORK

Footpath and carriageway repairs

will close Stedley Pl next week.

Downer will shut the street to

traffic but access will be maintained

for residents and there will

be no on-street parking around

the work site. The work will begin

on Monday, October 17, and is

expected to take about two weeks.

DETOURS IN PLACE

A waste water pipe will be relayed

on Mt Pleasant Rd which will

cause traffic detours. The road

will be one-way uphill, between

247 and 255 Mt Pleasant Rd, and

downhill traffic will be detoured

via Belleview Tce and Major

Hornbrook Rd. The work is expected

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Bowie tribute picked up

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School pupils

feature in

documentary

• By Annabelle Dick

PUPILS FROM the Bay area

will feature in an international

documentary after their David

Bowie tribute song got picked

up by an Italian filmmaker.

The song, Starman in

the Stars, was written and

performed by Mandi Miller,

Mark Wilson, their band All

the Queen’s Horses and a choir

of school students.

An Italian film project,

Ritratti, will use the music

video in a collective multimedia

film called BowieNext.

Ms Miller, of Woolston,

is overjoyed with the news,

saying she had hoped the track

would get snapped up and

used.

“I have been promoting it

and been trying to find people

that are making David Bowie

documentaries, so this is really

exciting,” she said.

Pupils from Sumner School,

THE NEXT GENERATION: Pupils from Somerfield and

nearby schools sung their heart out in tribute to Bowie. ​

Redcliffs School, Heathcote

Valley School, Somerfield

School and former school

pupils helped record the

track at Orange Studios in

Ferrymead.

It was made as a tribute

to the late David Bowie who

passed away in January this

year.

“They all learnt the chorus

and held down the main

melody and I improvised over

top of them. Their voices really

stand out,” Ms Miller said.

“The added element of the

children in the video was really

significant to me because Bowie

was still making music up until

he passed and I think they’re a

new generation of Bowie fans.”

Ms Miller has been a singing

teacher at Sumner School for

nearly 10 years and also teaches

at Redcliffs School.

The 26 students that feature

are current and former singing

students of hers.

“There are some really

good voices out there and the

children are such good kids.

They’re kind and considerate

people but, vocally, I’ve had

some amazing singers come

through,” she said.

Mr Wilson and Ms Miller

make up the cover duo X-Files

and are also part of the rock

band Retrosonic and All the

Queen’s Horses.

The duo are now working on

their next video after filming a

video in the United States.

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Bowie).”

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PROPOSED WORK: Lyttelton Port of Christchurch plans to dredge a deeper and wider

navigation channel in the harbour.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN ​

Port seeks consent to

deepen harbour bed

ZIGGY STARDUST: Iconic

singer-songwriter David Bowie

passed away in January this

year.

HONOURING AN IDOL: Mandi

Miller wrote and sang Starman

in the Stars as a tribute to

Bowie.

• By Annabelle Dick

LYTTELTON PORT of

Christchurch has applied

for a resource consent for its

proposed multi-million dollar

dredging project.

LPC is proposing to excavate

the seabed to deepen, widen

and lengthen the channel to

allow larger ships to access the

port.

The port company requested

the consent be publicly

notified so people can lodge

a submission in support or

opposition of the application.

An Environment Canterbury

spokesperson said the consent

will be publicly notified within

this month.

LPC is proposing to lengthen

the existing channel by 6.5km,

widen it by 20m and increase

the depth by up to 5-6m.

The dredging project will see

sediment excavated from the

channel and deposited offshore

6km from Godley Head.

The project is expected to

cost between $80m and $120m.

Over the last 10 years,

the size of container ships

internationally has doubled

and the largest vessels visiting

the port carry more than 4500

containers.

After the dredging project

is complete, larger vessels will

have up to 8000 containers.

Construction work has also

begun at the port on a new

head office after the Norwich

Quay building suffered

earthquake damage in 2011.

Work is underway in the

container terminal to create a

building for the operations and

administration team.

Piling for the building will

begin soon and residents are

told to expect noise.

The work involves driving

over 80 piles about 20-30m

deep.

Work will begin around

October 17 and continue for up

to 25 days.

SCIRT programme on

the home straight

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

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

The City Council and NZ Transport Agency will continue completing ongoing

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

Progress in your neighbourhood

• The Beachville Road Seawall in Redcliffs is now complete and the road sealed.

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

repairs that will continue through to the end of the year.

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

finished by December.

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

and roading is due to be completed by the end of November.

Your support is helping us to get the job done.

Thank you from the SCIRT team.

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COMMUNITY BUILDING: Chris Doudney and Christine Toner, of the Redcliffs Residents’

Association, want the Redcliffs Community Pavilion to be repaired so it can be used

again.

Pavilion work halted

• By Annabelle Dick

WORK ON the Redcliffs

Community Pavilion is at a

standstill before physical work

has even begun.

The design for the refurbished

pavilion cost more

than the $100,000 budget,

which means an agreement

between the Redcliffs Residents’

Association and the

city council can’t move ahead.

“Until a design can be

confirmed that is within the

existing budget, we are unable

to proceed with a memorandum

of understanding

with council to progress the

project,” Redcliffs Residents’

Association chairman Chris

Doudney said.

The city council agreed to

sign a MOU with the residents’

association to repair

the earthquake-damaged

pavilion to a basic standard.

Ownership would then be

transferred to the residents’

association for $1 once it was

complete and the association

would lease the land the

pavilion sits on from the city

council.

But Mr Doudney said

building reports and estimates

have eaten up half of

the allocated funds.

“The estimate is $300,000

will be needed so the funding

is nowhere near enough,” he

said.

Mr Doudney said the

community feel the $100,000

would’ve been enough to

make the building safe and

complete most of a refurbishment.

The council-led project is

only due to bring the building

up to the standard it was

before the February, 22, 2011

earthquake.

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“Locals are excellent citizen

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News

Mud and lots of photo glory

• By Annabelle Dick

REDCLIFFS resident Kai

Schwoerer has taken second

place in the 2016 International

Photography Awards.

Mr Schwoerer’s Rugby in the

mud shows young rugby players

in a ruck at a first XV rugby

match between Christ’s College

and Shirley Boys’ High School.

The German-born

photographer said it was a huge

accomplishment for him.

“It’s a great feeling, I feel like

a winner. It’s second place but

it doesn’t matter because being

among the winners at this

competition means you are a

winner,” he said.

The 2016 International

Photography Awards received

nearly 15,000 submissions from

103 countries.

The photo competition is one

of the most highly regarded

photography competitions in the

world.

His photo will now be

exhibited in New York and at

other shows around the world

alongside other competition

winners.

“I’ve won other awards

and they brought big money

but this isn’t about money or

anything. This competition

has such a good image that it

will bring really good exposure

as it’s highly ranked in the

photography world,” he

said.

Mr Schwoerer started out

his career as a sports journalist

and often had to take his own

pictures when photographers

weren’t available.

He enjoyed it so much

he gradually he made the

transition to just being a sport

photographer.

He’s shot at the countless

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the London 2012 Olympic

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“I was really lucky because

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knew personally on the pitches

where they started their career.

The photos were average but a

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photos and that got me a step in

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Mr Schwoerer continues

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clients like Getty Images, sports

associations, clubs, organisers

and sponsors.

He moved to New Zealand at

the beginning of last year and he

lives with his wife and new-born

child in Redcliffs.

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Wednesday October 12 2016

Buying Your First Home –

Impossible? Maybe Not.

Is a $5000 savings account enough

to purchase a $450,000 first home

in Christchurch? General opinion

would say, “No, not in your dreams!”

Mr and Mrs Smith – married with

2 children

Recently I assisted Mr and Mrs Smith*

with their first home purchase - a

$450,000 3 bedroom, renovated

home close to the hill suburbs.

They both qualified to withdraw

their Kiwisaver savings, Mr Smith’s

withdrawal totaling $14,000 and Mrs

Smith’s $16,000. They also both

qualified for the Kiwisaver Homestart

Grant of $5000 each. These

amounts together with their $5000

savings totalled $45,000, or 10% of

the purchase price.

They obtained approval for a

Kiwibank Welcome Home Loan

for the remaining $405,000. They

are now happily living in their own

home with current weekly mortgage

repayments of $451- the same as

their previous rental payments.

Ben and Jerry – flatmates for

previous 2 years

Another client, Ben, and his flatmate,

Jerry*, together purchased a new 3

bedroom home in a subdivision for

$520,000. They purchased in equal

shares each contributing $260,000.

They set up a legal agreement

recording their rights and obligations

concerning their ownership of the

house.

Their purchase price was made up as

follows:

Ben: $15,000 Kiwisaver Withdrawal,

$10,000 Homestart Grant, $1,000

gift from parents, $234,000 Westpac

Welcome Home Loan.

Jerry: $10,000 Kiwisaver Withdrawal,

$10,000 Homestart Grant, $6,000

savings, $234,000 Westpac Welcome

Home Loan.

Their current mortgage repayments

are $212 per week each. However

recently, they decided to take on

another flatmate who pays $180

a week for her room. They share

equally in this rent, thereby reducing

their weekly mortgage repayments to

just $122 each.

Kiwisaver withdrawal

As long as you leave a minimum

balance of $1000 in your Kiwisaver

savings account, you may be entitled

to withdraw the rest to use towards

your first home purchase.

You must meet all of the following

eligibility criteria:

• Have been a member of Kiwisaver

for the previous 3 years or more;

• You must intend to live in the

property (ie it cannot be an

investment);

• You must have not owned

property before (you may still

qualify for this withdrawal if you’ve

owned a property previously)

Housing New Zealand Homestart

Grant

If you are eligible to withdraw

from your Kiwisaver account, you

may also qualify for the Homestart

Grant. The Homestart Grant pays

$1000 for every year you’ve been

a member of Kiwisaver, up to a

maximum of $5000, for an existing

home. It pays $2000 for every year

you’ve been a member, up to a

maximum of $10,000 for a brand

new home (which definition includes

a home which received its code of

compliance less than 6 months prior

to Housing New Zealand receiving

your application for a Homestart

Grant). Like Ben and Jerry, a

couple purchasing a new home will

potentially receive up to $20,000.

To be eligible for the Homestart

Grant you must meet the following

criteria in addition to the above

Kiwisaver withdrawal criteria:

• You have contributed the minimum

3% of your income to Kiwisaver for

at least the last 3 years;

• A sole purchaser must have earned

$85,000 or less in the previous 12

months, or if there are two of you

a combined income of $135,000 or

less;

• You have a deposit of 10% of the

purchase price – this may include

your Kiwisaver withdrawal amount

and any money gifted by a family

member.

• If you are buying in the

Christchurch region, the purchase

price is no more than $500,000

for an existing house, or $550,000

for a new home.

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There is also a possibility that you

may withdraw your Kiwisaver savings

and receive a Homestart Grant if

you have owned a property before,

subject to meeting relevant eligibility

criteria.

Welcome Home Loan

Subject to meeting lending criteria,

you may qualify for a 90% home loan

from a number of banks and lenders,

including Kiwibank, Westpac, TSB

Bank and SBS Bank.

Each set of lending criteria may

differ amongst the different banks

and lenders, however, will include

your ability to service the loan, your

credit history, and your financial

circumstances.

Conclusion

Despite the increasingly out-of-reach

house prices, there are possibilities

to get into your first home without

having to save a $100,000-plus

deposit. I am happy to assist and

provide a legal fees estimate for any

first-home buyers. Please phone for a

no obligation chat.

*Fictional clients

Written by Prue Miller

Layburn Hodgins

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Wednesday October 12 2016

Your Local Views

Support local

businesses

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 13

Port Hills Labour

MP Ruth Dyson

talks about the

importance

of banding

together as

a community

post-quake and supporting

local businesses

Everywhere you turn, there are

signs of the buds of recovery in our

communities – alongside the buds

in the garden with the beautiful

spring weather arriving.

From the Redcliffs Library, the

Ferry Road New World to the

Beachville Rd sea wall and the

Coastal Pathway development in

this area through to the amazing

Mt Pleasant Memorial Community

Centre (isn’t that a magnificent

addition to the causeway). Then

there’s the Heathcote Community

Centre and Library, the start of the

Sumner Community Centre, plus

the beginning of the work to reopen

Evans Pass/Sumner Rd from

Sumner to Lyttelton.

These developments lift people’s

spirits and are great signs of the

progress of rebuilding our city and

community facilities. They should

be celebrated not just as new

buildings, facilities or structures,

but as a recognition of the determination

of our communities to

work together, get the best design

and plans and deliver something

that is fit for purpose for the future

needs of local residents.

Every new step is a tribute to

the many local people who have

worked hard to turn vision into

reality.

Our local businesses deserve

to have tribute paid to them as

well. The last six years have been

very hard on our business owners,

as the population drop, street

closures, parking disruptions and

a lack of confidence diminishing

the dollars spent have challenged

them. Continued road works and

traffic disruption is still challenging!

But with the support

of local residents, most of our

businesses have survived. Many

have changed the way they operate

to adapt to the changed needs of

their customers or to attract new

customers.

So please continue to support

the local shops in your area –

even when other options are available.

We all have heard that old

saying “you don’t know what

you’ve got til it’s gone” and if we

don’t continue to support them,

they may not survive in the future.

That would be a loss for all of us.

NO SPACE: More cemetery plots are needed in Akaroa as the four cemeteries are at capacity.

Bay Harbour News asked

readers what they thought

of the lack of burial plots in

Akaroa and whether they

think another cemetery

should be created

Roland Matthews

Regarding more burial plots, I

think they are a sad waste of the

world’s resources. Why should

someone who has spent their

life consuming these resources

continue to do so after they have

died?

Personally, I think cemeteries

should be dug up and planted

with trees to return to the Earth

what we have so mercilessly

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Bay Harbour News asked

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enforcement and security

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Heather Dietsche

(There) most definitely needs

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Much more needs to be done.

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SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 15

James Street Preschool had a fun time last week

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brought their bikes in for wheels day. On Tuesday,

they made smoothies. On Wednesday, it was wacky

hair day. On Thursday, it was the teddy bears’ picnic,

where the children brought their favourite soft toy

to pre-school and had a picnic outside on the deck

in the sunshine. On Friday, it was Star Wars day and

there were Storm Troopers, Darth Vaders, Princess

Leia, a Chewbacca and Wicket the Ewok.

HOT WHEELS: The pre-school children had some

two-wheeled fun.

SEEING RED: Dexter put red through

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HEALTHY EATING: Emily and Zarah chose from an array of fruit

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Wednesday October 12 2016

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Wednesday October 12 2016

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 17

SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN

The Mt Pleasant Oscar holiday programme has

been busy in spite of the not so great weather.

There was a huge range of activities on offer for

pupils enjoying the two-week holiday break. Pupils

from Mt Pleasant, Redcliffs and Sumner schools

all signed up for the holiday programme. Week

one included Clip ’n’ Climb, on-site tournaments,

swimming at Jellie Park and a fish and chip lunch.

Week two included ice skating, Puss in Boots at The

Court Theatre, zorb bumper ball fun, Xgolf, which is

new to the holiday programme, as well as helping

the SPCA, movies at Sumner, a Pantomime in the

city and a pizza lunch.

TAKING A DIP: Children took to Jellie Park

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Wednesday October 12 2016

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4 2 2 3 Redcliffs

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Redcliffs 109 Bay View Road

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Auction: 3 November 2016 from 1pm

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Sumner strikes gold SPORTS

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

THREE NATIONAL records

were set by Sumner surf

lifesavers at the national pool

championships in Auckland.

Sumner Surf Lifesaving Club

sent 12 athletes to the competition,

which was held at the AUT

Millenium’s Sir Owen G. Glenn

National Aquatic Centre over

three days of competition in a

range of activities.

About 600 athletes from

New Zealand, and 10 from

New South Wales in Australia,

competed over the course of the

three days.

Sumner won 13 medals,

including six golds, and earned

a total of 36 points which

put them in eighth place

overall.

Sumner club captain Henry

Lawson said for some of the

athletes to return as national

record holders is a great achievement.

“The club is stoked with how

the competition went, we

had some really outstanding

results. We didn’t expect that

level of success at all, that was

definitely a little bit of a surprise,”

he said.

The competition was won by

the Mt Maunganui Lifeguard

Service with 162 points - more

than 50 ahead of second placed

Orewa.

The three national record

holders for Sumner were Cassie

Wright, who beat the women’s

under 19 swim with fins 50m

event record; Matthew Phillips

beat the men’s open swim with

fins 50m event record; and the

combined efforts of Brittany

Tucker, Wright, Olivia Mason,

and Courtney Quinn now hold

the record for the women’s open

4 x 25m manikin relay.

Top 10 surf lifesaving

clubs at the New Zealand

Pool Championships

1. Mt Maunganui Lifeguard

Service: 162; 2. Orewa SLSC:

111; 3. Mairangi Bay SLSC:

74; 4. St. Clair SLSC: 71; 5.

Red Beach SLSC: 56; 6. Lyall

Bay SLSC: 51; 7. Piha SLSC:

47; 8. Sumner SLSC: 36; 9.

Fitzroy SLSC: 33; 10. Omanu

SLSC: 32

In Brief

YACHTING AWARD

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club’s Keith

Hays has been named one of this

year’s Volvo Excellence Service

Award winners. Mr Hays’ dedication

to junior sailors at the club in

the aftermath of the earthquakes

was recognised by Yachting New

Zealand recently. He has been

involved with the club since the

1980s. The awards evening will be

held in Auckland next month.

CRICKET COLLAPSE

Sumner Cricket Club’s senior side

collapsed on the final day of their

two-day match against Merivale-

Papanui on Saturday. Sumner

resumed the second day in a strong

position having taken a first innings

lead of 50 and, after a strong

bowling attack, left themselves with

103 runs to chase. Sumner managed

to reach 97/7 before losing all

three remaining wickets without

scoring again. The team will next

take on Heathcote at St Leonards

Square.

RUNNING SUCCESS

Sumner Running Club has tasted

success in two recent races. In the

36km Abel Tasman Classic, David

Fitch placed second overall with a

time of 2hr 37min 45secs. In the Mt

Cook half marathon on Saturday,

club member Danny Carmine took

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From Treviso to Sumner SPORTS

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

A PROFESSIONAL rugby coach

who formerly plied his trade in

Italy will look to turn Sumner

into a “champion” club.

Martin Field-Dodgson (left)

is fresh from a

10-year-stint

with Benetton

Treviso, a Pro12

competition side,

where over that

time he was the

club’s academy

manager, skills

and performance coach, and assistant

coach.

Pro12 is a European competition,

contested by the top Italian,

Irish, Welsh and Scottish teams.

In previous years, All Blacks

such as John Kirwan and Craig

Green have played for the club.

Prior to his work in Italy, Field-

Dodgson worked for Queensland

Rugby Union and coached the

Brothers club in Brisbane, where

in 2005, the club won a national

title.

He made the move back to

Christchurch after a conversation

with now Crusaders and

Canterbury coach Scott Robertson,

who suggested he should

lead the seaside suburb.

“I’m originally from Christchurch,

in the Cashmere hills area.

I went to secondary school here

but with the old man’s job we

moved around a bit, but I always

considered here home. I enjoyed

the beach and that kind of thing.

“I’d been in touch [with Robertson]

for a while, he said after

looking at my CV ‘you’ve done a

lot of assistant coaching, but you

need to run your own ship, get

involved in club rugby’,” Field-

Dodgson said.

When he touched down in

the city, Robertson took him

to a Sumner team training and

watched videos of previous

matches.

“. . . there are lots of good individuals

involved with the club,

but I saw some small things that

I could change that would have a

good effect,” he said.

After only a few weeks in

charge, the new coach has selfproclaimed

“lofty” ideas and

goals for the club.

“[My goal is] without getting

too specific, to turn Sumner into

a champion club. That might not

mean we end up lifting the trophy

at the end of the season, but

everything we do as a club we do

as if we are the champions. That

means champion training sessions,

and getting that mentality

into every single drill,” he said.

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is a contrast to Stadio

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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, 7.30–9pm

Each class consists of a guided

meditation and a talk based on

Buddhist wisdom. Classes are

suitable for everyone. Join in any

week, booking is not required.

Suggested donation of $10

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd

Create ‘n’ Connect Art and

Craft group

Thursday October 13, 9.30amnoon

Go and enjoy creativity in

company! Take your project

along, or others can help provide

inspiration for something new to

do. Phone Beth for more info on

022 6781252.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Baby Times

Friday, 10.30-11am

Email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

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.

Learn to Sail

Saturday, 9am-5.30pm

Learning to sail is a lot of

fun and provides children and

adults of all ages with valuable

life skills. To help children and

families to get into sailing in an

easy and affordable way without

the up-front cost of having to

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Phone David Noakes on

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Naval Point Club Lyttelton,

Erskine Point, Lyttelton

Drayton Reserve working bee

Saturday and Saturday

(October 29), 2-4pm

The working group has been

clearing weeds and will now

plant some of the original native

trees which used to grow

in the local area. There is a lot

to do and everyone is welcome

to be a part of the initiative to

rejuvenate the native forest. If

Banks Peninsula Walking Festival. November 5–26.

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

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atmosphere of this rugged land. Visit the Project Lyttelton website for the full list of walks and

details on them. Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre, 20 Oxford St, Lyttelton ​

the weather is bad, the alternative

dates will be October 22 and

November 5.

For more information, phone

Dave Bryce on 021 363498.

Meet at the Avery Place

entrance if you would like to help

planting native seedlings in the

nearby area of the reserve.

Mt Pleasant art exhibition

Saturday 6-9pm, Sunday

10am-3pm

Go take part in the annual Mt

Pleasant art exhibition. This year

the exhibition will be held at the

new Mt Pleasant Community

Centre in its stunning location

overlooking the estuary. The

exhibition will transform the

community centre into an art

gallery and will be held over two

days – an evening gala opening

on Saturday (ticketed event) followed

on Sunday by what promises

to be an entertaining day out

for the whole community.

All of the proceeds from this

event will go to Mt Pleasant

School.

Mt Pleasant War Memorial

Community Centre, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd, Mt

Pleasant

Storytimes / Wā Kōrero

Tuesday (October 18) 11-

11.30am

Programme for pre-schoolers

include stories, music, movement

and rhymes. Kōrero pukapuka,

pūoru, korikori.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

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Orton Bradley Park Spring

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Sunday, October 23, 10am-

4pm

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spring fair at Orton Bradley

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will be music, gourmet food

stalls, activities for the kids, art

stalls, plant stalls, farm animals

and more. Entry fee: Adults $5

and children free. Free parking

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Developments in research and

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In the past, sugar was something that

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area with its sheltered verandah. Numerous

meandering paths lead to an Artist’s Studio,

fully insulated and with more garden and

sea views. Families, artists and bird lovers

will be captivated by this tranquil and

peaceful setting. The house just blends

seamlessly into the garden with its mature

trees, fruit trees, roses, vege patch, just

perfect and all this only 15 minutes’ drive

from town. If you have been dreaming of a

different lifestyle and want to be part of a

community in Governors Bay this one will

be hard to beat. With very few owners over

the past 100 odd years and located in such

a prime position our vendors reluctantly

feel it is time to move on.

Open Home: 12 noon to 12.45pm

Sun October 16. For an appointment to

view, contact Tim Dunningham of Min

Sarginson Real Estate (Licensed Agent

REAA 2008), phone 027 651 5474 or 329

4161

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Wednesday October 12 2016

YOUR LOCAL TRADES & PROfESSiOnAL

SERviCE bUSinESSES

Appears every

month in

Support theSe locAl buSineSSeS

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.

Phone 021 272 0303

Is HOME the best place for me as I age?

This is a question many older people (and

their loved ones) ask as they approach their

senior years. Can I still live in my own home?

What can I do to stay independent at home for

as long as possible?

Catherine and Louise at Port Hill Therapists,

are experienced Occupational Therapists

whose passion is to enable people to THRIVE

in their senior years. As registered health

professionals, we understand the challenges

that aging creates when it comes to retaining

your independence.

At Port Hill Therapists, we work with our

clients to come up with individually tailored

solutions to make the home environment safer

or ways to enable greater ease and independence

accessing the home, bathroom and toilet or

getting about the garden. We also look at

finding different ways of performing tasks such

as looking after yourself, housekeeping, staying

active and getting out and about.

Understanding and managing issues such

as pain, fatigue, stress or loss of confidence is

something we can also help with; providing

solutions that will work for you. Port Hill

Therapists have many connections in the local

community with other health providers, inhome

services, tradespeople etc whom we can

connect you with.

An Initial Assessment of your needs takes

between 1 and 2 hours and a plan is developed

from there. Initial cost is $130 plus travel.

To discuss your needs or to book a

consultation in your home call Port Hill

Therapists 027 221 9071 or 337 9602 or

visit us at www.porthilltherapists.co.nz

Louise Tapper &

Catherine Fink

Occupational Therapy

for Seniors

Stay safe and

confident at home

Independence with

daily activities

Live a full life, the

way you want it

For an in-home assessment of your

needs call Catherine or Louise

(Registered Occupational Therapists)

Port Hill Therapists

027 221 9071 or 021 0231 3482

3379602

email: info@porthilltherapists.co.nz

www.porthilltherapists.co.nz

Professional and honest

team with a great network of

sub-contractors available

We specialise in insurance

repairs, painting, plastering,

house renovations, new builds,

retaining walls, driveways, light

commercial, digger/truck hire

Call today

03 329 9997

office@daylejonesbuilders.co.nz

Your

one stop

shop for

all Your

tree

needs

We offer:

• Tree felling • Branch Chipping

• Stump grinding • Rigging

& Dismantling in confined situations

• Pruning • Shaping

• Tree Assessments • Hedge Trimming

• And anything in between

For a free quote call us on

0800 24 8733

www.jimstrees.co.nz

We Build Great

Retaining

Walls

IN CHRISTCHURCH

All types, all sizes

Gabion, Pole, Concrete,

Wood, Block

SOLVEIG

CONSTRUCTION

Call 027 431 5289

Monday-Friday 8 to 5

Level 1, 20 Bealey Ave, Merivale

Ph: 03 943 1950 M: 021 937 949

E: craig@craigroberts.co.nz

I will be available on the Peninsula one day a

week and can travel to see you or meet in Little

River, please phone for an appointment

• Tile/grout

cleaning

• Sealing

grout/tiles

• Shower renovation

• Acid washing tiles

• Replacing cracked tiles

Brett Ph 03 358 5105

or 027 746 7632

www.groutpro.co.nz

Beauty@3a

Beauty@3a has returned to its original

site in Redcliffs. This boutique style salon,

run by Susie Spearing ITEC London is

where all your beauty needs can be met.

Susie is from London and arrived in NZ

18 years ago. She has lived and worked in

Redcliffs for the past 14 years and with her

children attending Redcliffs School, Susie

loves being part of the community.

Her day is varied, as she offers a wide

range of beauty treatments and massage.

Prices are very reasonable. Waxing starts

at $12 for Lip through to $40 for Full Leg

Wax. Hand & Foot Care from $25. Eyes

include Brow Shape $12, Lash/Brow Tint

& Tidy $30. Relaxing Massages begin at

$35 for Indian Head Massage to Full Body

Massage at $55. Also available are 1 hour

Facial Treatments using beautiful NAT

products $75 and Dermal Micro-Needling,

a non-surgical facial rejuvenation from

$125.

Susie offers the perfect gift for any

woman with a selection of Gift Vouchers

for use at the salon.

For your next beauty treatment

phone Susie at Beauty@3a,

Ph 384 6960 Cell 021 211 7988.

3a Challenger Lane, Redcliffs,

Christchurch, email: beautyat3a@xtra.co.nz

Beauty@3a

where it’s all about you

✴ All your beauty needs

✴ Relaxing massage

✴ Realistically priced

✴ Using natural skin care

products from Australia

✴ Boutique style salon now

returned to Redcliffs

Susie Spearing

ITEC London

Ph 384 6960 Cell 021 211 7988

3a Challenger Lane, Redcliffs, Chch

email: beautyat3a@xtra.co.nz


Wednesday October 12 2016

BAY HARBOUR

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construction work or

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Ph 021 272 0303

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All forms of landscaping,

fences, decking & paving.

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021 1499 733

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022 123 1175

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Ph: 347 9045 or 021 165 1682

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ph 0800 248 733

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treatment and

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027 561 4629

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experience. UK trained.

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small. Governors Bay.

Home 329-9344, Cell

027 684-4046, email

georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz

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yrs experience, ph Peter

326-7711 or 027 240-6532

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ph 0800 003 181

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call Paul 027 322 6119

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work exp, ph 028 408-0121

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ph Simon 027 389-1351 or

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