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Couple’s services

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• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

A SUMNER couple, mad on cricket,

have been made life members of

the Canterbury Metro Cricket

Association in recognition of

decades of work in the sport.

Tim and Lesley Murdoch were acknowledged

recently for collectively

being part of the sport for more

than 80 years.

Mr Murdoch has been involved

with Riccarton Cricket Club since

1974 as a player, committee member,

and treasurer among other titles.

While Mr Murdoch’s wife Lesley,

who is also a well-known sports

journalist and radio personality

on Newstalk ZB, was recognised

for a long playing career including

representing the country in two

• By Annabelle Dick and Bridget

Rutherford

REDCLIFFS SCHOOL expects

to know where its new site will

be by the end of the week – but

the Ministry of Education says

otherwise.

A feasibility study into whether

it would be realistic to move

the school from its Main Rd site

to Barnett Park or another location

has been completed.

Board of Trustees spokesman

Mark Robberds said the Ministry

of Education told them a

decision will be released on the

World Cup tournaments, her work

growing the women’s game, and

being a member of the New Zealand

Cricket Board.

Mr Murdoch was humbled by the

award, and said he was one of many

who have contributed to Riccarton’s

success over the years.

“It’s nice to be recognised for the

work you do, I’ve been involved for

a long time and am passionate about

being involved with the club – I’ve

done my share along with lots of

others,” he said.

Mr Murdoch said it was a “lovely”

moment for him and his wife to be

named as life members.

Mrs Murdoch said she “takes her

hat off” to other volunteers involved

in cricket at the grass roots level.

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school site by the end of October.

But Ministry of Education

head of sector enablement and

support Kim Shannon told Bay

Harbour News that Education

Minister Hekia Parata has two

months to deliver a verdict.

Ms Parata will base her final

decision on where the school

should be situated on the findings

of the feasibility study.

Redcliffs School received the

news it would remain open in

July after Ms Parata proposed

to shut it down due to rock fall

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The school has been temporarily

based at the Van Asch Deaf

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since 2011.

Ms Shannon said it wouldn’t

release the feasibility study

until Ms Parata announced her

decision.

“The minister has indicated a

decision will be announced later

this year,” she said.

But the board is still confident

they will get their answer by the

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Mr Robberds said.

The Ministry of Education, the

city council and school’s board

of trustees have worked together

to consider the site options.

Following the feasibility report

findings, Redcliffs School still

wants to return to its former location.

However, it is open to an

alternate one, said Mr Robberds.

Port Hills Labour MP Ruth

Dyson also wants the community

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Wednesday October 26 2016

FROM

THE

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DESK

Inside

News....................................3-10

CONGRATULATIONS to Tim

and Lesley Murdoch for receiving

their life memberships of

Canterbury Cricket.

The Sumner husband and wife

roundly deserve the accolades

after their lifetime of involvement

in the sport from playing

to administration (see our article

on page 1).

Also congratulations to

Andrew Turner, the Lytteltonbased

city councillor who will be

deputy mayor for the next three

years.

Andrew is a Yorkshireman

who came to Lyttelton in 2003

and he and his partner bought

the Empire Hotel.

He has also been partner in

the London St Dairy, and Harris

and Turner Fresh Foods.

A future mayor?

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Wednesday October 26 2016

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BAY HARBOUR

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From grocer to deputy mayor HISTORIC

• By Bridget Rutherford

IN 2009, a group of Lyttelton

business owners were fighting

against a plan to upgrade the

main street during summer –

their biggest trading period.

Back then, the cruise ships

were still visiting Lyttelton, and

business owners wanted the

work on London St to be done

in the winter so it would not

disrupt their trading.

They won the battle. Fastforward

six years and Andrew

Turner is facing a bigger challenge

– the role of deputy mayor.

“I guess if there was one thing

I would say marked my foray

into local politics, it probably

was that,” he said.

Mr Turner said there had been

“conversations” since the election

that led to Mayor Lianne

Dalziel announcing him as her

deputy at last week’s inaugural

meeting.

“I’m very pleased to have the

role. There’s a compliment there

that Lianne has asked me to

perform this role.”

Originally from Yorkshire,

United Kingdom, Mr Turner’s

background has always been in

business development.

He moved to Lyttelton in

2003, and he and his partner

SWORN IN: Deputy mayor Andrew Turner and Mayor Lianne

Dalziel at the inaugural city council meeting last Thursday.

PHOTO: CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL ​

bought the Empire Hotel and

“brought it back to life”.

Although they sold it in 2009,

Mr Turner said he was sad to see

it come down after the February

2011 earthquake.

Following that, he was coowner

of London St Dairy, and

Harris and Turner Fresh Foods.

That led him to become chairman

of Lyttelton Harbour Business

Association – a role he held

for four years.

Mr Turner was elected as

councillor for Banks Peninsula

in 2013, winning by five votes

over now National MP Nuk

Korako.

Previously he served on the

Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community

Board for a term, and was

involved in the Lyttelton Master

Plan process and earthquake

recovery.

He said the past three years

had been full of challenges and

was “foundation-laying.”

“Last term was really getting

to grips with what we’d inherited.

It was dealing with those

big issues of finance, insurance,

infrastructure, housing, earthquake

settlements and so on.”

But this term posed a different

type of challenge – finishing off

the work the last council started.

He wanted to see community

boards getting more power, and

the completion of city council

projects such as the town hall,

Central Library and cycleways

completed.

Mr Turner said as part of his

supporting role to Ms Dalziel, he

would need to be more open to

talking to the media.

“I’m going to need to be approachable

and I’m going to

need to be responding quickly to

those kind of queries.”

So is he keen for the top job in

three years?

“Three years is a long time and

a lot can happen. I think that’s a

conversation we’d be wanting to

have closer to the time.”

In Brief

WALL REPAIR

Lyttelton’s 149-year-old Sutton

Quay retaining wall will be saved

as contractors work to fix it.

The parapet of the wall is being

restored after sustaining major

damage during the February

22, 2011, earthquake. The wall

originally supported a ramp that

gave access to the port and was

built of stones fashioned from

Port Hills trachyte. It will have a

double skin of the removed stones

and steel reinforcing bars in

between. The project is scheduled

to be completed in December.

PROTECTION FROM ROCKS

Heberden Ave will be closed as a

rock protection wall is installed.

Fulton Hogan will be modifying

existing services and building a

1.5m rock protection wall on the

edge of the existing footpath for

the length of the site. Pedestrians

will be affected and there will

be detours in place. Work is

expected to continue until

November 30.

ROAD CLOSURE

Cannon Hill Cres will be closed

at the intersection of Bridle Path

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today. Downer is repairing the

road. Stage two will begin in the

northbound lane of Bridle Path

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Wednesday October 26 2016

News

COMING

TOGETHER:

The new

community

centre and

volunteer

library

could be

up and

running by

Christmas.

Library making fast progress

• By Annabelle Dick

HEATHCOTE Valley’s

community centre and volunteer

library could be open by the end

of the year.

The new combined facility is

being constructed on the Bridle

Path Rd site of the former community

centre.

The combined insurance proceeds

from the former community

centre and library buildings

of $807,000 has been put towards

the cost of the new building.

The remainder of the $912,000

project has been funded by a

grant and the city council.

Heathcote Valley Community

Association chairwoman Jackie

Maurice said the building process

has been quick and smooth.

“It’s at the stage where I think

we’re going to be taking the

scaffolding down soon and we’re

hopeful that it may even be finished

by Christmas,” she said.

The old Heathcote Valley

Community Library, which was

situated on Martindales Rd,

and the community centre were

both demolished after sustaining

damage in the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

Work began on the new buildings

at the end of June this year

to create a facility which will

have several meeting areas, a

kitchen, bathroom facilities and

a large deck.

Before construction began, the

community was consulted over

what they wanted the centre to

look like.

Ms Maurice said while the

facility has gone up in a matter

of months, the planning, tendering

and city council negotiations

took several years.

“We were one of the first

community centres the council

had thought about rebuilding

so there were a few teething

problems because it was a new

process. But, once we got to the

point that we could agree on how

it should look, it’s been remarkably

quick,” she said.

She said the community can’t

wait to utilise the new building.

Kindergarten decision

expected next month

• By Annabelle Dick

A DECISION will be released

at the start of next month on

whether a kindergarten will be

rebuilt on a contentious site.

Commissioner Justine Ashley

considered Kidsfirst’s resource

consent application for a 50-person

early childhood centre at a

Resource Management Act hearing

last Tuesday.

A city council spokeswoman

said a decision will be issued

within 15 working days after

the hearing, which will be by

November 5.

Kidsfirst applied for resource

consent to re-establish a kindergarten

at 3 McCormacks Bay Rd

in June, but were declined due to

a city council mistake.

A property on the street was

meant to notified about the

application but they weren’t

initially seen as a property

affected by the centre, so

Kidsfirst had to resubmit their

application.

Kidsfirst wants to introduce

a larger 248 sq m kindergarten

after their Mt Pleasant

kindergarten was damaged in the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

The new centre would run

UP IN THE AIR: This reserve on McCormacks Bay Rd next to the

Mt Pleasant Memorial Community Centre could be turned into a

kindergarten.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

longer hours from 8am to 5pm,

with an estimated 200 vehicles

expected to move in and out of

McCormacks Bay Rd.

The plan is to locate the

childhood centre 30m west of

the former kindergarten but a

number of residents opposed the

application.

Homeowners said the narrow

strip is a dangerous place

for a kindergarten, as busy

thoroughfare Main Rd is only

metres away and McCormacks

Bay Rd has a blind corner.

“While the community centre

was being rebuilt, there was three

accidents – one of them had their

door cleaned right off its hinges,”

said Graham Keats, a neighbour

of the proposed childhood

centre.

“It’s really bad from a safety

aspect as kids are going to be

loaded and unloaded during the

peak times for traffic.”

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BAY HARBOUR

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Road layout changes proposed

In Brief

• By Annabelle Dick

DIAMOND HARBOUR could

be getting a new traffic and

footpath layout to address its

“confusing” road system.

The Diamond Harbour Community

Association and city

council staff have been working

together to formulate a plan to

enhance the village following

the earthquakes.

The draft proposal will be

revealed on Saturday at a community

meeting, with three

footpath options.

In January, they decided the

pathway was a priority as visitors

to the village got confused

with the layout,

DHCA chairman

Richard

Suggate (left)

said.

“We need to

separate out

pedestrian traffic from vehicle

traffic and parking too because

at the moment everything’s

mixed up with each other. It’s all

jumbled,” he said.

The draft proposal recommendations

should link up the

community’s key facilities and a

redesigned traffic layout around

the village centre.

The footpath would link the

Godley House site, the cemetery,

CHANGE NEEDED: Diamond Harbour’s village centre could be revamped to make the roading

and footpath system less confusing.

Stoddart Point Reserve, the

shops, the community and

medical centres, Stoddart Cottage,

the playcentre and local

sports clubs.

The public meeting will be

held at Stage Room, Waipapa

Ave on Saturday from 2pm-4pm

where the draft will be available

for residents to give written

feedback.

City council staff will choose

an option depending on feedback

from the meeting and the

chosen plan will be presented

back to the community.

The city council has allocated

$15,000 as part of its long-term

plan to be spent on planning

for the village and Mr Suggate

hoped work would begin in the

next financial year.

The association was also

working with the city council to

determine the future use of the

Godley House site, develop better

signage, better links to the ferry

and better traffic as part of the

Diamond Harbour Village plan.

The outlines of the other eight

projects supported by the DHCA

will also be available at the

meeting.

Mr Suggate said the next

priority on the list was Godley

House.

BOARD MEETING

Community boards are meeting

for the first time following the

local body election on October

8. The newly-formed Banks

Peninsula Community Board will

have their first public meeting on

October 31 at 1pm in Lyttelton. At

that meeting they will be sworn

in and a chairperson and deputy

chairperson will be chosen to the

lead the board for the three-year

term.

STREET REPAIRS

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

began on Monday and is expected

to take about two weeks.

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Sumner Bays Union Trust is

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project for Sumner and

Redcliffs. The trust is recording

stories of people who were

alive during significant periods

such as World War 2 and the

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Wednesday October 26 2016

Your Local Views

Open to new ideas

Newly-elected

Heathcote

councillor Sara

Templeton talks

about being

chosen for the

role and her

plans for the

next three years

It is a real privilege to be elected

to serve the community and this

month three new representatives

have been chosen by residents of the

new Heathcote Ward. As councillor

I will be joined on the new Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board by Dr Tim Lindley and Dr

Darrell Latham. Thank you for your

trust and belief in us as we move into

these new roles.

Being an elected representative

involves both advocacy for your ward

and decision-making on behalf of

residents. This requires members

to listen carefully to the needs and

desires of their communities and to

engage with them in an honest and

open way. We are elected for both

our experience and our vision, yet

we need to be open to new ideas and

evidence and to do what is right, both

for now and for future generations.

The new community board will

deal with local issues and at times

will have to balance competing views

within communities and make a

decision. This is not easy and not to

be taken it lightly, as there could be

disappointed residents one way or

another. Meetings are open to the

public and you can also request

speaking rights to let us know your

views on local issues or about projects

you’re involved in.

Councillors wear two hats – one

for local issues and one for citywide,

or metropolitan issues. Balancing

the competing needs and desires

of the city against rates and debt is

one of the core responsibilities of

council and I would like to see more

groups and individuals engaged in

the decision-making processes. Our

meetings are also open and are live

streamed, so that you can see how

and why decisions are made.

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when you have an issue and we’ll

try our best to help resolve it – our

contact details are on the CCC

website. I have also maintained a

Facebook page for the last three

years to keep the community up-todate

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Readers respond to last

week’s question “should

freedom campers be

able to use the Windsport

Park?”

Ken Atkins – There is

a lot of good wind in New

Zealand and a lot of good

shallow, wave-protected

water. Seldom are the two

things co-located adjacent to

a large, safe launch area for

kites oriented to an onshore

wind. It is very necessary for

kiters to have these attributes

and not at all useful to freedom

campers. This location

deserves to be protected

for windsports use. I am in

favour of freedom camping

areas but not in prime sports

sites. How about in the old

stadium?

Lynette and Wayne

Nuttall – I do not think

that Windsport Park should

be used for freedom camping.

There is a commercial

camping very close at South

Brighton and also this is an

area for recreational sports.

When freedom camping was

allowed recently the car park

area was sometimes completely

overtaken.

Now at any given time

there are people enjoying the

view, stopping to have their

lunch or kite surfing which

is a wonderful asset for the

people of Christchurch and

this is how it should stay.

Ron Williams – This area

should be kept for use as its

name suggests, wind sport

. . . freedom camping must

be banned. Toilet facilities

should be built for sunshine

hours and locked at sundown.

Tony Jarman, of

Heathcote Valley – We wish

to voice our opposition to the

planned freedom campers

at Windsport Park. We

have lived in Redcliffs and

Heathcote Valley for the

last 35 years and on many

occasions we visit Windsport

Park to watch the kite surfers

do their stuff while having

a picnic lunch. When the

freedom campers had access

to this area we on many

occasions could not even

get access to the park, when

we could squeeze in quite

often we struggled to even

get out, not to mention the

rubbish and filth that these

so called freedom campers

left behind with absolutely no

consideration for us locals.

There is a local camping

ground on Linwood Ave

that they can use just like

us when we travel around

our beautiful country. We

are of the opinion that we

don’t need these type of

tourists in our country they

contribute nothing but take

everything and leave us the

mess to clean up. Saying this,

we love the genuine tourist

who contributes to our

economy and respects our

environment.

We wish the Government

would ban freedom camper

companies that are not

providing self-contained

campervans – we don’t need

them. The genuine tourist who

respects our country probably

cops quite a bit of the flack

caused by the disrespectful

so-called freedom campers,

so please don’t allow this

foolhardy venture.

Tony Graham – Please

say no to freedom campers

– let the locals access their

playgrounds. I’m totally opposed

to freedom campers

and there’s a campground up

the road they can use.

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The school rebuild and merger left

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and in need of re-invigoration.

A second-hand book sale will take

place at the school hall on Saturday,

November 5, at 9am, to raise money to

overhaul the school library collection.

“We are behind a big push to make

it a fabulous and richly-resourced hive

of inspiration for the children,” parent

Ruth Connor said.

“Although the new school building

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limited funding and really needs an

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resource for the children,” she said.

The fair will also raise awareness

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school’s book week, in which there

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SUMNER BEACH will host

the Canterbury Primary School

Surfing Champs for the first

time on Sunday.

Organiser Steve Tyro of Point

Surf Team said the competition

provided a good platform for

young surfers.

“We are expecting the best

surfers in the area and those

just interested in going in a surf

contest for the experience.”

The competition includes the

current year 6 New Zealand

champion, Campbell Heasley

from Northside Boardriders in

Waikuku.

“(We’re) doing it to encourage

kids to get into surfing whether it

be for fun or for the competitive

side, and to create some positive

childhood memories,” Mr Tyro

said.

Surf club talent scouts from

around New Zealand will be at

the competition to identify unaffiliated

boardriders who could

get a chance to compete in the

New Zealand Primary School

Championships in Gisborne

next year.

“Surfing is included in the

upcoming Olympics and these

are age groups that may have

the chance to go,” Mr Tyro said.

PLATFORM:

Jack Tyro (left)

and Johnny

Andrews, of

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Sumner, and

Jack McKenzie,

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Waikuku, will be

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“They need a starting point

and organised events like this

are a good start.”

Winners of each division will

receive a trophy and finalists

will receive medals. Sponsors

from Sumner businesses are

providing prizes.

The event will be held between

Head and Stoke Sts with

the first heat starting at 7.15am.

There are six divisions from

year 5 to year 8, including an all

ages longboard category.

Entry forms for the

competition are on the Point

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close tomorrow.

In Brief

SUMNER STARTS STRONG

Sumner Cricket Club’s senior side

started their one-day campaign

at home on Saturday with a win

against New Brighton. Sumner

bowled first at St Leonards Square

and the visitors played positively,

scoring in excess of six runs an

over. However, Sumner picked

up wickets regularly to keep New

Brighton in check. New Brighton’s

last five wickets fell for eight runs

to finish all out for 183 from 30

overs. Dan Vann and new signing

Jordan Leech came to the crease at

92/4 and formed a crucial 63-run

partnership to give Sumner control

of the game. After Vann’s wicket

fell, Leech and Andrew Bird guided

Sumner home for the win.

BAYS CRASH OUT

It was a tournament to forget for

the Ferrymead Bays under-19

football squad. The team played

at Cuthberts Green in Bromley

over Labour weekend in Coastal

Spirit’s Lotto under-19 tournament.

After losing all three of their pool

matches against Southland Spirit,

Waimak United and Hornby, and

a play-off match against Parklands,

the side were staring down the

barrel of a wooden spoon finish.

However, the tournament ended

on a high for Bays when they

beat Burwood on penalties in the

15th/16th play-off match.

TOUCH SEASON

Schools from around the Bay

Harbour area will be looking

forward to getting on the field

at McCormacks Bay Reserve

tomorrow. The Bays cluster junior

touch rugby module will start

tomorrow afternoon and will

be run by Sumner Rugby Club

representatives. Heathcote Valley,

Sumner, Mt Pleasant, Redcliffs and

Star of the Sea schools are all taking

part in the competition, which runs

until December 8. Following that,

another seven-week tournament

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and run until March 16.

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Race proves

more popular

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• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

HIGH DEMAND for places in

Sunday’s Boulder Bay Classic

has seen 100 extra runners

added to the race.

About 400 runners will start

the race from Taylors Mistake.

Hosted by the Sumner Running

Club for the fourth time

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Brignull said in spite of adding

extra places to the race, people

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“Because the race is taking

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Conservation) land, we had

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and with that they granted us

an extra 100 people that could

race. Those spots were taken

within four days of us advertising,”

she said.

The 10.5km race will see

runners go over the peninsula

and past Boulder Bay out to

Godley Head, then back to

Taylors Mistake.

Mrs Brignull said the only

thing left to do in preparation

for the race is to hope for good

weather.

“We just have to hope the

sun is shining and we’ll be

alright,” she said.

Young Bay Harbour crews

get experience on the water

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

FOUR YACHTING crews

from the bay area competed

in a youth competition over

the long weekend, but couldn’t

topple an experienced

Marlborough team.

Naval Point Club Lyttelton

hosted the South Island

Youth Interclub Trophy, but

the spoils went to Queen

Charlotte Yacht Club, which

returned home to the Marlborough

Sounds with the

trophy after winning all its

races.

Over the three-day competition,

Naval Point finished second,

with Charteris Bay Yacht

Club third, Mt Pleasant Yacht

Club fourth and Christchurch

Yacht Club fifth.

Of the five teams which

raced each other in Lyttelton

Harbour, four were

local crews and the other was

Queen Charlotte.

Naval Point manager Matt

Hunter said the Queen Charlotte

team was a class above

the other crews and shone

through in the races.

“They were pretty convincing,

and they’re quite an

experienced team as well. The

kids did well because they

were sailing in some pretty

strong conditions, sometimes

between 14 and 23 knots,” he

SETTING UP: Naval Point Club Lyttelton held an interclub

yachting competition over the long weekend, but results

didn’t go the way of the local crews. ​

said.

Mr Hunter said he was

proud of the way the local

competitors handled

themselves against tough

opposition.

The competition saw five

races held each day, with four

of the five teams contesting

each race. Then a team would

be rotated with the one that

missed the previous race.

Mr Hunter said second

place was contested between

the four local crews.

“A lot of the races were

very closely fought between

the Christchurch clubs. In

all races, everyone finished

within a minute of each other,

which was good to see,” he

said.

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Wednesday October 26 2016

News

Dragon set to rock at Lincoln concert

With a catalogue of hits including Kiwi anthems

April Sun in Cuba, Rain and Are You Old Enough?

Dragon have well and truly earned their place as

New Zealand rock royalty. Tom Doudney caught up

with lead singer Mark Williams in the lead up to their

appearance at the Live in Lincoln Selwyn Sounds

concert in March

FLYING IN and out of

Christchurch over the years,

Mark Williams has often

wondered about the land between

the city and Te Waihora/Lake

Ellesmere as he gazed down from

his seat in the aircraft.

But the Dragon singer admitted

he had to Google Lincoln

when the band were asked to

co-headline the Selwyn Sounds

concert with Mi-Sex and a host

of other well-known New Zealand

artists in March.

Now he knew where it was,

Williams, who joined the reformed

band in 2005, said he was

looking forward to exploring the

area – and to playing with the

rest of the show’s line up, most

of who were friends or artists he

had performed with before.

That line-up includes Sharon

O’Neill, Annie Crummer, Margaret

Urlich, Debbie Harwood,

the Jordan Luck Band and former

Opshop frontman Jason Kerrison,

as well as other local bands.

“I think there is a hell of a lot

of nostalgia going to be going on

here and I’m always up for that,”

Williams said.

Although the band has been

releasing new material over the

last 11 years, he indicated people

could expect plenty of old favourites

when they hit the stage.

“We don’t tend to add too

much new stuff because we know

that given the longevity of the

band people do want to hear

the songs that were part of their

growing up period,” he said.

He said hits like April Sun in

Cuba and Rain remained popular

because they were songs that

every generation could relate to.

“I think it’s the same thing that

caught everyone’s attention at the

time they came out – they are evergreens,

they are kind of standard

and an integral part of Australian

and New Zealand culture.”

In spite of having played the

songs hundreds of times over the

years, Williams said he never felt

like he was going through the

motions when performing them

READY TO ROCK: Singer Mark Williams, bottom, and his band

Dragon are among a stellar line-up of New Zealand acts set to

play Lincoln in March.

and the crowd’s positive reaction

was a big part of that.

“It’s all about the music, really,

and that mass communication

and that’s the thing that has been

driving me since I was five-yearsold,”

he said.

“If we’re working hard I kind

of expect [the crowd] to work

hard as well back at me.”

Williams said that the band

was likely to turn its attention

to working on some new music

soon after Selwyn Sounds.

With the band members,

which also include Todd Hunter,

Bruce Reid and Pete Drummond,

scattered around New South

Wales, Australia, and with several

hours driving time between

them, they made full use of

modern technology when writing

new music – often emailing

audio recordings back and forth

for each to add their own touch.

“We are way overdue for the

next lot of songs and I think this

one is going to be an album,”

Williams said.

Williams had a successful solo

career before Dragon, with hits

including Yesterday Was Just The

Beginning of My Life and Show

No Mercy, and he didn’t rule out

performing a song or two from

those years at Selwyn Sounds

either.

Asked whether there was a

chance he might pop down to

play at Lincoln’s Famous Grouse

Hotel after the gig he laughed

and said “you never know.”

“If there is something interesting

happening or someone from

the town that we are in says ‘go

down and check out this band’

or whatever you will often find

me and the drummer will be

there – not so much Todd or

Bruce,” he said.

“With a bit of cajoling, if somebody

asks us I am sure we would

more than oblige.”

•Selwyn Sounds will be held

on March 4, from 11.30am-

8.30pm. Tickets can be

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buyers will be able to prepurchase

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Wednesday October 26 2016

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. Meditation has

many benefits from calming your

mind and helping to dissolve

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

Thursday, October 27, 9.30amnoon

Enjoy creativity in company.

Take your project along,

or others can help provide

inspiration for something

new to do. Call Beth for more

information on 022 678 1252.

St Andrew’s Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Former Families of Redcliffs

Beryl McCombs Kindergarten

Friday, October 28, 5pm-7pm

Join in a farewell (a few years

Email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

late) for the wonderful Liz

Davey, previous head teacher

of Beryl McCombs Kidsfirst

Kindergarten, for the 16 years of

dedicated, fun-loving education

she provided to so many Redcliffs

children and families. Bring your

own fish and chips or dessert and

entertainment will be provided.

Sumner Community Hall, 20

Wiggins St, Sumner

Mainly Music Movement and

Music Class

Friday, October 28, 9.45am-

11.15am

A fun and educational music

and movement session followed

by morning tea and social time.

A great chance to have fun with

your pre-schoolers and get to

know other local families. $3 per

family. Phone Hazel on 384 1965

or 021 077 1264.

St Andrew’s Church, 148 Main

Road, Redcliffs

Learn to Sail

Saturday, October 29, 9am-

5.30pm

Learning to sail is a lot of

fun and provides children and

adults of all ages with valuable

life skills. To help children and

families to get into sailing in

an easy and affordable way,

without the up-front cost of

having to purchase a boat,

Gala

5–8pm

FRIDAY 4 NOVEMBER

Naval Point Club in Lyttelton

has 10 well-equipped Optimist

dinghies. Contact David Noakes

on 021 022 88411 or email

programmes@navalpoint.co.nz

Naval Point Club Lyttelton,

Erskine Point, Lyttelton

HEATHCOTE VALLEY

SCHOOL

Drayton Reserve Working

Bee

Saturday, October 29, 2pm-

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. Everyone is

welcome. If the weather is bad,

the alternative dates will be

October 22 and November 5. For

further information, call Dave

Bryce on 021363498.

Meet at the Avery Pl entrance

Live Entertainment Food & Drink Tombola

CraftStalls Blanket Sales Bouncy Castle

Chocolate Wheel Silent Auction

Mystery Boxes Dunk Tank

Horizontal Bungy

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Banks Peninsula Walking

Festival

Saturday, November 5 to

Saturday, November 26

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 absorb the

stories and atmosphere of

this rugged land right on the

doorstep of Christchurch.

Discover the taonga of Banks

Peninsula with our experienced

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November 4,

from 5pm-8pm,

Heathcote Valley

School will host

their annual school

gala. Head on

down for some

live entertainment,

food, drink stalls

and more. 61 Bridle

Path Rd, Heathcote

Valley. ​

volunteer guides who have a

passion for the land, ecology,

history and communities of this

unique part of Canterbury. Go to

www.bpwalks/banks-peninsulawalking-festival

to view what’s

coming up and walks can

either be booked via eventfinda.

co.nz (search Banks Peninsula

Walking Festival) or people

without computer access can call

Sarah on 021 082 53606.

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Markets:

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Inspiring young minds

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Spinal health is

brain health

The spinal cord is literally an

extension of the brain, which

means that spinal health is brain

health says the New Zealand

Chiropractors’ Association as part of a

drive to explain how improved brain-body

communication is vital to improving the

nation’s wellbeing.

“The focus of chiropractic care is on the

health and integrity of the nervous system,”

chiropractor and NZCA spokesman

Dr Hayden Thomas explains.

“The health and function of the spine

affects the entire nervous system. We

already know that the spinal cord is part of

the central nervous system and processes

information just like parts of the brain do,

and the latest New Zealand research into

the effects of chiropractic care suggests

that it may have an important role to

play in maximising sporting performance

and aiding recovery from a range of

conditions where muscle function has

been compromised.”

The New Zealand College of

Chiropractic Centre for Chiropractic

Research has recently published a study

in the journal Experimental Brain

Research, which suggests that full spine

chiropractic adjustments can significantly

improve brain-body communication

and coordination.

According to Dr Thomas, “Earlier

New Zealand research indicated

that chiropractic care improves the

communication between the brain and

body and results in better control of the

core muscles during body movements,

so that your spine is at less risk of injury.

The researchers tell us that just a single

“The focus of chiropractic care is on the

health and integrity of the nervous system,”

chiropractor and NZCA spokesman

Dr Hayden Thomas.

session of chiropractic care may improve

muscle activation and increase muscle

contractions to the same extent as three

weeks of gym-based strength training.”

New Zealand research indicates that

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“We know that chiropractic care assists

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Wednesday October 26 2016

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 23

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ACT 1991

Applicant:

Lyttelton Port Company Limited

Address for service: Jared Pettersson, Lyttelton Port Company Limited, Private bag 501, Lyttelton 8841; or email: Jared.Pettersson@lpc.co.nz

The Canterbury Regional Council has received an application from Lyttelton Port Company for resource consents in respect of its proposed Channel Deepening Project (CDP).

This CDP involves:

• Channel deepening dredging to enable larger vessels to access Lyttelton Port;

• Subsequent maintenance dredging of the channel created after deepening; and

• Dredging of seabed material at Te Awaparahi Bay in preparation for reclaiming land for a new container facility.

Channel Deepening Dredging

The applicant seeks to dredge the area marked ‘Dredging for channel deepening’ as shown on Figure 1, to a depth that allows a vessel with a 14.5 metre draught to enter Lyttelton Port at all tide levels. In addition to that, the

applicant seeks to dredge the seabed material at Te Awaparahi Bay in preparation for reclaiming land for a new container facility. Dredge spoil (seabed material) will be disposed of at the channel deepening spoil disposal ground

indicated on Figure 1.

The applicant has applied for the following resource consents in

relation to the proposed channel deepening dredging.

(1) CRC172455 - A Coastal Permit:

a. to dredge (disturb) seabed material for purposes of

deepening, extending and widening a shipping (navigation)

channel that includes a ship-turning basin and berth pockets;

and

b. to dredge seabed material in preparation for reclaiming land

for a new container facility in Te Awaparahi Bay; and

c. to deposit seabed material on the seabed associated with (a)

and (b) above.

(2) CRC172522 - A Discharge Permit:

a. to discharge contaminants (seabed material and water) into

water associated with channel deepening dredging as described

in (1) above.

Figure 1: Site Plan for Channel Deepening and spoil

disposal ground

Figure 1

Maintenance Dredging

The applicant seeks to undertake dredging to maintain the

navigational channel, ship-turning basin and berth pockets in the

area marked as the ‘Deepened shipping channel’ on Figure 2, to

a depth required for a vessel with a 14.5 metre draught to enter

Lyttelton Port at all tides. Dredge spoil (seabed material) will

be disposed of primarily at the offshore maintenance disposal

grounds as shown on Figure 2, with the Godley Head spoil

disposal ground being retained as an alternative option.

The applicant has applied for the following resource consents in

relation to the proposed maintenance dredging.

(3) CRC172456 - A Coastal Permit:

a. to dredge (disturb) seabed material for purposes

of maintaining the depth of a shipping (navigation)

channel that includes a ship-turning basin and berth

pockets; and

b. to deposit seabed material on the seabed associated

with 3(a) above;

(4) CRC172523 - A Discharge Permit:

a. to discharge contaminants (seabed material and water)

into water associated with maintenance dredging in (3)

above.

Figure 2: Site Plan for maintenance dredging

The application includes an assessment of effects.

A consent duration of 35 years is sought for the above four

consents.

A 10 year lapse period is sought for the channel deepening

dredging consents. A 12 year lapse period is sought for the

maintenance dredging consents.

SUBMISSIONS

The above applications may be viewed at Environment Canterbury offices at 200 Tuam Street, Christchurch and the Christchurch City Council, Lyttelton Service Centre, 15 London Street, Lyttleton. The applications may also be

viewed on the Environment Canterbury’s website at: http://ecan.govt.nz/get-involved/consent-projects/Pages/Lyttelton-Port-Channel.aspx.

Any person may make a written submission on any of the above applications, but a person who is a trade competitor of the applicant may do so only if that person is directly affected by an effect of the activity to which the

proposal relates that:(a) adversely affects the environment; and (b) does not relate to trade competition or the effects of trade competition.

All submissions should be sent to Environment Canterbury, PO Box 345 Christchurch 8140. Your submission may also be emailed to Environment Canterbury. An electronic submission form may be found on the Environment

Canterbury website at the following address: http://www.ecan.govt.nz/news-and-notices/notices/.

A submission should include your name, address and phone number; the applicant’s name and consent application number. A submission must state your reason for submission, whether you support or oppose the

application and if you wish to be heard in support of your submission. The submission must be signed, and a copy forwarded to the Applicant’s address for service above. Any submission made online will automatically forward

to the Applicant.

For advice on the Environment Canterbury applications please phone 03 353 9007 or 0800ECINFO (0800 324 636) or visit Environment Canterbury’s website (www.ecan.govt.nz).

Submissions must be received by Environment Canterbury not later than 5.00pm on Monday, 5 December 2016.

Bill Bayfield

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ENVIRONMENT CANTERBURY

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Wednesday October 26 2016

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