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More than 360 athletes participated in the adults 10.5km race, which

started on Taylors Mistake Beach, looped up and around Boulder

Bay and Godley Head, and back to the beach.

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• By Annabelle Dick

THE REDCLIFFS School

community has described

yesterday’s long-awaited decision

as “a great outcome.”

The school will move from its

closed site on Main Rd to nearby

Redcliffs Park in mid-2019 – a

distance of about 300m.

“This has been a huge process

for our Redcliffs community and

we are thrilled that we now have

certainty and are able to start

planning for our new school,”

principal Rose McInerney said.

She was in Wellington yesterday

for Education Minister Hekia

Parata’s announcement.

The school was closed after

the 2011 earthquake and has

been temporarily based at the

van Asch Deaf Education Centre

since then.

Parent Chelsea Halliwell told

Bay Harbour News she’s relieved

to finally have an outcome and is

happy the school will stay within

Redcliffs.

“We’re so excited to be going

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has been dying to get its school

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Wednesday November 2 2016

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News..................................... 3-11

IF OUR city councillors have their

heads screwed on right, they’ll ban

freedom campers from French

Farm, Wainui and Windsport Park

in Ferrymead (see page 5).

People who live there or use them

have justifiably had a gutsful of the

mess left by freedom campers.

Freedom camping also has a

snowball affect; the more that turn

up, the more that follow.

If they were clean and tidy and

took the mess away with them,

then freedom camping wouldn’t be

a problem. But unfortunately, that’s

not the case.

The city council will vote today

on recommendations that a bylaw

be put in place at the above sites,

and also Addington Park and the

Lower Styx Mouth.

The smart money is on councillors

agreeing to the bylaw. The

problem is the freedom campers

will simply go somewhere else.

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 3

News

Community to have say on

Diamond Harbour plans

• By Annabelle Dick

THREE OPTIONS to

improve Diamond Harbour’s

problematic traffic and footpath

layout have been presented to

the community.

The Diamond Harbour Community

Association and city

council staff have been working

together to formulate a plan to

enhance the village following

the earthquakes.

On Saturday, the city council

revealed two options for the village

centre layout and a plan for

a pathway.

“The great majority of people

thought one or the other, or a

combination of the two designs

of the village centre, were a very

good step forward to separating

out the cars and pedestrians

and there was overwhelming

support to proceed,” association

chairman Richard Suggate said.

The options have been created

to improve pedestrian and

traffic flow within the village

centre.

In January, the city council

and the association decided

transport layout was a priority,

HAVE YOUR SAY: Diamond Harbour residents were

consulted on village layout design options on Saturday.

as visitors to the village got

confused.

As part of the draft, the road

system will be a changed and a

footpath network will be built

to connect Diamond Harbour’s

key facilities.

The footpath would link

the Godley House site, the

cemetery, Stoddart Point

Reserve, the shops, the

community and medical

centres, Stoddart Cottage, the

play centre and local sports

clubs.

More than 70 people attended

the meeting and shared their

feedback with city council staff.

“We have a couple more

weeks for feedback then the

planner will put together a

final concept plan for us and

we’ll take it to the council for

implementation,” Mr Suggate

said.

Budgets and costs weren’t

shared within the proposals.

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 outlines of the other

eight projects supported by the

association were also available

at the meeting for residents to

leave feedback on.

Mr Suggate said the next

priority on the list was Godley

House.

In Brief

NAME CHANGES WANTED

THe city council will decide

on whether two Duvauchelle

reserves will be renamed in a

meeting today. Akaroa/Wairewa

Community Board wants the

city council to approve the name

changes of Bayview Reserve

to Ron Nuttall Reserve, and

Duvauchelle Reserve to Marshall

Reserve. Ron Nuttall was a

long-time Bayview Cres holiday

homeowner who promoted, coordinated

and did most of the

planting in the reserve. Marshall

Reserve is named in recognition

of the Marshall family who

carried out the initial subdivision

of the area and were involved

in community events and

committees over the years.

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completely smoke-free in bid to

improve the health of customers

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the city council. Compliance with

the policy is voluntary and not

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Wednesday November 2 2016

News

Work under way

to reduce flood

risk in Heathcote

WORK IS under way to reduce

the flood risk in Heathcote Valley

downstream of Bridle Path Rd.

The work is being carried out

in three stages and should reduce

the risk of flooding for properties

around Flavell and Marsden Sts.

It should also help reduce the

risk to other nearby areas which

flooded in March 2014.

The first stage of work involves

construction of a pipeline to divert

stormwater from the Heathcote

Valley Drain to the lower

Matuku Waterway.

The pipeline is being built in

stages, starting at Cooks Lane and

working up Bridle Path Rd.

Bridle Path Rd will be down to

one lane at times during its construction

and there will be no access

from Bridle Path Rd to Flavell

St from early to mid-November

until late December.

Marsden St access to Bridle

Path Rd will be closed in early

January until late February.

The next stage of the flood mitigation

works involves widening

the Cooks Lane Waterway.

The design for this project is

still being worked on but it will

involve some small scale excavation

and replanting.

This work is due to be completed

late 2017.

NEW WARDS: Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board

at their inaugural meeting last month. (Back, left to right) –

Darrell Latham, Yani Johanson, Jake McLellan, Deon Swiggs,

Alexandra Davids, Brenda Lowe-Johnson and Tim Lindley.

(Front) – Sara Templeton and Sally Buck.

• By Annabelle Dick

THERE’S A mixture of

long-standing members and

newcomers who have been

selected in the chair and

deputy chair roles on the

newly-established community

boards.

The community boards’

elected members were officially

sworn in at the end of last

month.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board members

elected Central Ward representative

Sally Buck as chairwoman

and fellow central representative

Jake McLellan as deputy.

Ms Buck was a city councillor

for five terms, from 1989-2013.

Ms Buck said she is focused

on keeping the community at

the centre of decisions that will

impact them.

“I want to ensure that the

community’s voice is heard and

that the board works together

to get the best outcome for the

community,” Ms Buck said.

Meanwhile, Mr McLellan is

new to local government.

Heathcote Ward representative

Darrell Latham said both

the chair and deputy will represent

the three wards well in spite

of both standing in the Central

Ward.

“It was a discussion across all

wards that they be offered the

positions. I think it’s great that

Sally will be the board chair – she

brings a base of good experience

and Jake McLellan is a younger

guy so we have an excellent balance

between experience and a

NEW ERA: The Banks Peninsula Community Board came

together for its inaugural meeting on Monday. (Left to right) –

Felix Dawson, Tori Peden, Jed O’Donoghue, Pam Richardson,

Christine Wilson, John McLister, Andrew Turner and Janis Hale.

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Mix of experience in community boards

voice for the youth,” he said.

In the Banks Peninsula

Community Board, members

elected Lyttelton subdivision

representative Christine Wilson

as the chairwoman and Akaroa

subdivision representative Pam

Richardson as her deputy.

Ms Wilson was the

Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community

Board deputy chairwoman

last term while Ms Richardson

was the chairwoman of the

Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board.

The Banks Peninsula Community

Board is an amalgamation

of the two former boards.

Ms Wilson said the members

seemed confident they were best

suited for the roles because of

their experience.

“It’s hard to speak for the

other members but obviously

there is some confidence there

so that’s good and we just really

want to work together as a

team, and it’s going to be an

interesting time because we’re

used to having two boards and

now we only have the one,” she

said.

Ms Wilson said they have

some hurdles to overcome but

are committed to representing

the whole peninsula.

“I’d like to do my best to

ensure that because residents

might be feeling wary because

there’s one board now, we really

do want to work to make sure

everyone feels like they’re being

fairly represented.”

Both boards will have three

meetings before they break for

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 5

Ban on freedom campers likely

• By Annabelle Dick

FRENCH FARM, Wainui and

Windsport Park could be free

of freedom camping for good

if the city council pass the

recommended bylaw changes.

Today, the city council will

decide if they will make amendments

to the Freedom Camping

Bylaw 2015 to permanently ban

freedom camping from those

sites as well as Addington Park

and Lower Styx River Mouth.

Deputy mayor Andrew

Turner, who was also chairman

of the hearings panel that made

the report on the recommendations,

said the five sites were

problematic due to freedom

campers.

“A number of the problems

last summer were directly

connected with the non-self

contained freedom camping,”

he said.

“Clearly there was a need

to get these changes through

before the start of the summer

season this year. We want the

changes of the bylaw in place

by December 1 so they can take

affect before summer.”

Freedom camping was allowed

at the sites up until

March when city council chief

executive Karleen Edwards was

forced to temporarily ban it

after reports freedom campers

were defecating at the sites, over

staying their allowed time, and

overcrowding 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.

Fifty-five out of 72 public

submissions, expressed general

support for changes that would

see freedom camping banned at

the sites.

City council figures showed

that Windsport Park could have

up to 106 freedom camping

vehicles there, while on average

it had eight.

That was the highest of the

five sites across the city.

People trying to access the

Windsport Club were having

trouble trying to park, and contractors

were finding it difficult

to access the toilets to empty

and clean them.

French Farm was closed to the

public in March due to contamination

from overflowing septic

tanks and had up to 41 vehicles

CRACKDOWN:

Under new

amendments

to the Freedom

Camping

Bylaw, five

sites could

be banned

from freedom

campers.

Inset: Andrew

Turner

on site at any time while Wainui

had up to nine.

A city council-commissioned

Beca report found that the

4760-litre septic tank at French

Farm was only capable of serving

a maximum of 23 people

each day while the 4000-litre

septic tank at Wainui could only

serve 19.

There will be a full review of

the bylaw in May 2017 where the

city council will consider other

changes like restricting freedom

camping to self-contained vehicles

only.

In Brief

ROCK WALL UNDER WAY

Work is under way to build a rock

protection wall on Heberden Ave

which has closed the corridor.

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. There

will be a digger, concrete trucks

and pump excavators on site.

Pedestrians will be affected and

there will be detours in place.

Work is expected to take until

November 30.

ROAD STILL CLOSED

Cannon Hill Cres will be

closed for another week at the

intersection of Bridle Path Rd.

It’s been closed since work began

on October 26. Downer has

been undertaking road repairs

on the intersection for a month

and after stage one is finished

the crescent intersection will be

reopened. Stage two will begin

in the northbound lane of Bridle

Path Rd and traffic lights will be

in place to maintain traffic.

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Wednesday November 2 2016

Our People

American architect’s mission to

Entrepreneur Camia Young, 42, settled

in Mt Pleasant in the aftermath of the

February 22, 2011, earthquake. Fraser

Walker-Pearce talks to the American

architect about her passion for rebuilding

the city

Tell me what you were doing

when you first arrived in New

Zealand?

I arrived five years ago and

was teaching architecture at the

University of Auckland. During

that time, we brought more than

1000 students to Christchurch to

help with the rebuild and I did

that until about a year or so ago.

I was flying from Christchurch

to Auckland on a Monday and

coming back on the Wednesday.

I would do that every week and I

got super tired. I loved teaching,

it was such a good time.

During your time at the

university, were you still

involved with Christchurch?

In the middle of that teaching

we did Gap Filler’s pallet pavilion,

which took place over the

course of a summer and winter.

It was up for two years, so that

was a treasure of a project. And

during setting that up, I caught

a bug – it was a good bug, but a

bug nonetheless. The bug taught

me about building communities

through building buildings. It

wasn’t about the pavilion it was

about the community around

the pavilion that made it work.

It was about a healing place for

the community to gather around

after the earthquakes.

And what after that?

Then I started a project called

Exchange Christchurch, XCHC.

X stands for exchange and CHC

is Christchurch’s airport code.

And we will be doing Exchange

Auckland, which will be XAKL

and Exchange Wellington which

will be XWLG. So there are other

initiatives coming as well. It

provides a place for people that

have lost a lot in the earthquakes,

a place to create and produce

their creative work and develop

their creative practice.

Great, so what can people see

at XCHC at the moment?

At the moment we have a

ENTREPRENEUR: Camia Young moved to Christchurch to use

her skills as an architect to help communities rebuild after the

earthquakes.

jeweller, a painter, a composer,

a few photographers, an

architectural designer and art

exhibitions that change weekly.

So would you say you’ve been

quite involved with the rebuild

of the city?

I’ve been more involved in the

social side of the rebuild more

than anything. What I’ve been

doing is learning by doing while

I’m here. This will absolutely

be a 21st century city where it’s

not so much about the next big

icon, but where the people will

come first and the buildings will

be a by-product of that. I have

confidence in the people.

Right, and where in the city

are you based?

I’m mostly at the exchange

in the central city, but I own

a place out in Lyttelton. I love

Lyttelton, but I also love Sumner,

New Brighton, places with a

cool community feel. I much

prefer the speed of small than

the big city stuff, you can get

so much more done in small

communities. I actually live up in

Mt Pleasant and I quite like that.

And you have a slight accent

there – is it American?

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to me. I’m from Aspen. It’s the

Rocky Mountains that get me.

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connection with nature as well.

I left when I was younger and

lived in Europe for 11 years,

studied in London, then worked

in Rotterdam (Netherlands),

Paris (France), Madrid (Spain)

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Architecture. In three years, I got

two masters degrees, rather than

two and a half for one masters,

which it could’ve been. Then I

practiced architecture in Europe

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there.

Do you have any family over

here in Christchurch?

No, no family here, I fly solo.

I have lots of love. I miss them,

miss the mountains, too. But

some family has come out while

I’m here, though. Mum and dad

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LYTTELTON PORT of

Christchurch has invited

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multi-million dollar projects

happening at the port.

LPC is undertaking several major

developments including building

a new marina and proposed

dredging in the harbour.

More than 30 Lyttelton residents

and berth holders from the

inner harbour pile moorings visited

LPC’s Port Talk on Saturday

to find out about the projects.

Last month, Environment Canterbury

publicly notified LPC’s

resource consent application

to extend the existing shipping

channel in Lyttelton Harbour.

The dredging project has been

proposed to attract major international

shipping lines and accommodate

larger cargo ships.

Residents can make submissions

on the proposal through the

Environment Canterbury website

up until December 5.

LPC chief executive Peter

Davie said the proposed dredging

project represents an investment

of up to $120 million by the

company in the future viability of

the port.

LPC will also build a new

marina at the inner harbour pile

moorings next year.

Career boost for film student

• By Annabelle Dick

LYTTELTON FILM student

Fenella Bowater is ready to take

on the world after winning the

New Zealand chapter of the

International Youth Silent Film

Festival.

The 18-year-old New Zealand

Broadcasting School screen

student was the director for

student-made film An Homage.

The film crew won first place

and a $1000 prize at the New

Zealand awards on October 22

in Tauranga.

Miss Bowater is excited with

the achievement considering

she’s only just begun studying

film.

“This is our first serious

project and for me it’s the first

competition I’ve entered so that

was a big thing and obviously

incredible that we won it – that

was mind-blowing,” she said.

An Homage is a 3min silent

film based on a detective who

goes off the rails and finds himself

in a paranoid state solving a

crime case.

Each film crew had to select

music supplied by the festival

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• By Annabelle Dick

PICNIC TABLES have been

donated by Ara Institute of

Canterbury construction

students to sit at locations

around Lyttelton Harbour.

Five tables will be spread

around the new Godley Head

campground, on Quail Island

and on top of Mt Herbert.

A small hut will also be

installed at Packhorse Saddle

during summer.

The tables were built by Ara’s

construction and infrastructure

vocational pathway students

who have teamed up with the

Department of Conservation.

“It is fantastic for us and for

Ara, something we would have

struggled to achieve without

their help and the sponsors who

helped supply materials,” DOC

operations ranger Murray Lane

said.

Ara’s construction and

infrastructure vocational

pathway students build tool

sheds and bench seats to practice

their skills.

The tool sheds have been sold

on Trade Me and the bench seats

LOADING UP: Ara construction students help stack picnic tables

for the Department of Conservation to install around Lyttelton

Harbour. ​

distributed around the campus.

However, tutor Nigel Jamieson

saw the potential for the tool

sheds to be converted into

DOC huts and contacted the

organisation.

“Engaging the students on a

real life project made learning

very effective,” he said.

“This is a great relationship

with DOC that has a lot of

potential for future projects.”

Mr Lane was not only

interested in the huts, but was

also keen to make use of five

bench seats and make this an

ongoing project.

“Further down the line, we will

add tables to the Banks Peninsula

and other tracks,” he said.

RETURN: The reredos sits proudly at St Saviour’s at Holy Trinity

in Lyttelton. ​

Piece of St Saviour’s

finds its way home

• By Annabelle Dick

AN ornamental screen

damaged during the

earthquakes has been restored

and placed in St Saviour’s at

Holy Trinity.

The oak-framed ‘reredos’ – a

decoration which sits behind

the altar – fell off the wall of St

Saviour’s and has been restored

with the help of a city council

heritage grant and funding

from the Lottery Grants Board.

St Saviour’s was built in

west Lyttelton in 1885 and was

later relocated to Cathedral

Grammar School in 1976.

The church building was

moved back to Lyttelton

in 2013 with the help of a

$143,000 heritage incentive

grant to replace the demolished

Holy Trinity Church.

A number of items salvaged

from Holy Trinity were

incorporated into St Saviour’s,

which was renamed St

Saviour’s at Holy Trinity.

The 100-year-old ornamental

screen covers the wall at the

back of the altar and was built

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Wednesday November 2 2016

The next generation of

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The biennial Landscaping New Zealand

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Landscaping New Zealand Awards

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quality design, construction and planting.

These Awards give the public inspiration

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own gardens, but more importantly, the

Awards are about what our professions

can do and the standards expected when

employing a landscape professional”.

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under the direction of retired founder,

Chris Goom. Fast forward 12 years with a

completely new team under the guidance

of son, Tim Goom is testimony to the

heritage and pedigree of design innovation

and construction excellence that has

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“These Awards results are a combination

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Coastal hazards group

questions collaboration

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Christchurch Coastal

Residents United

spokesman Dr Darrell

Latham is concerned

that the city council

has an

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regards

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As a result of meeting

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to scrutiny.

reference group that the

original panel selected

in consultation with the

reference group would be

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review of the rework. This

appears not to be the case

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CCRU remains concerned

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has not fulfilled its

responsibility to work in

a collaborative way by allowing

the community to

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The mayor is on record

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prepare for the boating season

which is fast approaching.

A national programme run by

Maritime New Zealand called

Safer Boating Week will run

from October 14-21. The purpose

of the week is to focus all you

keen boaties out there on key

recreational boating safety meas-

Fashion

You must ensure that all of

your life jackets are in order and

ures. This is timely, as you all get ready for the new season. This is

your vessels and gear ready for an absolute must.

the start of Canterbury’s boating If you have an inflatable life

season which traditionally begins jacket, make sure you check the

at Labour Day weekend.

cylinder for corrosion. Remember:

if in doubt, chuck it out and

A key message that you will

see a lot of is: Prep, check, know. get a new one. Make sure the

Gardening

What does this mean practice, cylinder is screwed in firmly. It

you ask?

is also a good idea to inflate the

Before you head out on the bladder manually and leave it for

water you should prepare your

boat. This means getting it serviced

and you scanning the boat

for damage or wear. Ensure all

the bungs are watertight and that

the cables for the steering operate

Motoring

freely. All of your boat’s fixtures

and fittings including any ropes

should be good working order.

Check all of your gear; this

doesn’t mean checking your

fishing gear, although this is

important. I do worry that this

gets more priority.

24 hours and, if you find the next

day that it is deflated, either bin

it or get it to an authorised repair

centre to be fixed.

While you’re doing your prep

and check, make sure you have

alternative propulsion such as

spare oars, or a small auxiliary

motor. Ensure that there are life

jackets for everyone on board

your boat and that you have a

first-aid kit, anchor, knife, extra

fuel, tools, spare bung, ropes

and throw line, fire extinguisher,

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bucket, bailer and torch.

Make sure your VHF radio is

fitted and working and ensure

that you have visited www.

retune.co.nz to see the changes

to maritime radio frequencies.

There were frequency changes on

October 1, 2016, however, channel

16 remains the same.

Here’s the last bit: Know the

rules. If you are going on the

water – no matter what sort of

vessel you are in – and you’re in

charge of the boat, then it’s up to

you to know the rules. Simple!

Boaties out there who know

the rules and go boating safely,

do not want to see people tarnishing

our boating community’s

good reputation and putting

others at risk. My advice this

summer is that you learn and

comply with the new Navigation

Safety Bylaw.

Have fun and be careful out

there.

Invest in rail long-term

Green MP

Eugenie Sage

writes about

Lyttelton Port

Company’s

new port

facility and

proposed dredging project

It was interesting to attend

the opening of Lyttelton Port

Company’s new Midland Port at

Rolleston recently.

The 27ha inland port is to act

as a distribution hub to organise,

store, and shift container cargo

to the north, south, and west. It’s

a great investment by both LPC

and KiwiRail.

With new rail links to the site,

Midland Port should help reduce

congestion and heavy trucks on

Brougham St. Each train laden

with containers running between

Rolleston and Lyttelton removes

the equivalent of 80 heavy truck

trips. As container cargo volumes

increase, LPC expects to run

three to four trains daily.

Moving more people and

goods by rail reduces climate pollution

as well as congestion. We

need a shift in transport policy,

away from the Government’s

billion dollar spend-up on new

motorways, to investing more in

rail. KiwiRail needs more capital

for long-term investment in rail

infrastructure and rolling stock.

The development of Midland

Port, a large expanse of asphalt to

stack containers, new rail sidings,

stormwater systems, facilities for

container storage and repair, and

offices took 20 months from bare

land to operation. It’s an example

of how the Resource Management

Act works for well-planned

developments.

LPC has recently applied for

resource consents to deepen, widen,

and lengthen by 6.5km the

navigation channel in Lyttelton

Harbour. It plans to dump more

than 18 million cu m of spoil off

Godley Head.

As well, hundreds of tonnes of

rock are to be blasted from the

cliffs above the Lyttelton-Sumner

Rd to provide rock for LPC’s

reclamation of Te Awaparahi Bay.

Healthy populations of native

plants and habitat for lizards

and other native wildlife will be

blasted to bits.

There are commercial benefits

for LPC in having bigger container

ships in port and a bigger

reclamation. The council-owned

company needs to consider how

it compensates the community

and the harbour for the environmental

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Wednesday November 2 2016

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Sumner School pupils William Sparrow, Guy Trethewey and Archer Oliver have

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Pupils have week in Wellington

DIAMOND Harbour

School’s year 7 and 8 Kereru

class spent the first week of

this term in Wellington on

camp.

Highlights included a

tour of parliament and an

audience with Speaker of

the House David Carter,

workshops at the MindLab

and making an OnTV news

programme at CapitalE. The

class also loved the meals out,

the trip on the cable car to the

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Heathcote Valley School’s Sophia

Clarke and Mt Pleasant’s Lucy Sawyer (front row) celebrate

their win with other speech finalists. ​

THE BAYS Cluster annual speech contest

was held at Our Lady Star of the Sea two

weeks ago. Speech finalists from bay area

schools came together for the inter-school

Space Place and an afternoon

in Te Papa.

Meanwhile, Diamond Harbour’s

Kotare class enjoyed

their long-awaited school

camp at Living Springs.

The class had fun

orienteering, trampolining,

playing mini golf, long

games of tag, archery,

riffle shooting, scaling the

bouldering wall, swimming,

horse and tractor riding and

animal feeding.

competition where one person from each

school spoke for three and a half minutes.

The winner in the year 5/6 group was

Lucy Sawyer from Mt Pleasant School

INTERACTION: Joel and Evie feed the donkey at Farm Park.

Year 5 and 6 speech finalists

Hannah Wylie, Redcliffs – Homework

Amelie Wink, Sumner – Learning: Better in the

classroom or online

Alex Cutforth, Our Lady Star of the Sea – Liam

Malone

Charlotte Palmer, Heathcote Valley – Sailing

Lucy Sawyer, Mt Pleasant – Deforestation in Indonesia

(winner)

Years 7 and 8 speech finalists

Zack Waite, Redcliffs – My top 5 character strengths

are better than yours

Jayan Goldsworthy, Sumner – Whaling

Petra Musinszk, Our Lady Star of the Sea – What

you can achieve when you put your mind to it

Sophia Clarke, Heathcote Valley – The Children of

Syria (winner)

Isla Joyce, Mt Pleasant – Palm oil

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Import impresses

for Sumner

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

SUMNER WILL be thankful their

new 23-year-old import decided to

move to New Zealand on a whim

a month ago – but they will rue

only signing him for

six months.

Originally from

Middlesbrough,

Jordan Leech fancies

himself as an allrounder

on the cricket

pitch, but due to a

back injury, he’s stuck

to batting for the first couple of

matches.

He has scored 58 runs in the last

two matches for his new club, and

has been in the nets practicing his

fast balls for when his back is right

to open the bowling.

He moved from the United

Kingdom last month to join

Sumner from the club he’s played

on and off for since he was five,

Normanby Hall.

“It’s funny, I wasn’t going to

come over at all, but it was all sort

of last minute. I went through an

agent and found that Sumner were

looking for an English lad and

now here I am,” Leech said.

When Leech was 19, he played

in Melbourne for half a year, but

said it was easy to pick which city

he preferred.

“Christchurch is a little bit better

I have to say. New Zealanders are

a lot nicer than Australians,” he

said.

Included in his six-month

contract is accommodation

with a family in Redcliffs,

which Leech said is ideal for his

part-time contracting work and

groundsman work at St Leonards

Square.

“It’s great because, basically,

I’m working doing contracting a

couple of days a week and I’m also

doing the grounds at St Leonards

as well, which is something I’ve

never done before and really

enjoy,” he said.

Cricket is in Leech’s family. His

father played in New Zealand

for Wellington between 1995

and 1998, and his brother is an

up-and-coming fast bowler in

Yorkshire, United Kingdom.

“My brother won the best fast

bowler in England award for

under-15 and he’s looking at a spot

in the England under-16 squad,”

he said.

SPORTS

HOWZAT?: Heathcote’s Charlie Grey, wicket keeper James Rennie and Matt Mealings

appeal for a wicket from behind the stumps in Sunday’s match against Hornby. Played

at Heathcote Domain, the home side’s bowlers started strongly to see the first five

Hornby batsmen out for 60 runs. But they struggled seeing out the middle and lower

order, allowing Hornby to settle for 150 all out. When the home side went out to bat, club

secretary Paul Corliss said they couldn’t gain much traction and Hornby won the game by

four runs.

Point surf’s Tim Gould wins long board title

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

POINT SURF Team’s Tim

Gould is Canterbury’s

primary schools long board

champion.

He won the title at the

primary schools surf champs,

hosted by Point Surf Team at

Sumner Beach on Sunday.

More than 50 young

surfers, some from as far away

as Waikuku, competed in the

championship.

Tim’s teammate Jack Tyro

was pipped by North Wai

Boardriders club member

Tom Robertson in the year

5 and under boy’s and girl’s

section.

In other results for Point

Surf Team, Ruby Armstrong

won bronze in the year 6 and

7 girl’s section, Will Jamieson

was fourth in the long board

and Tim was fourth in the

year 8 boy’s section.

Contest organiser Steve

Tyro said the weather was

“perfect” for the competition

and the day was more about

giving the kids a platform to

work on their skills.

“There was a good mix of

kids from Waikuku through

to Sumner in all the finals

and they all get on really well

with each other . . . clowning

around like kids do with each

other. It was good to see the

co-operation between the

three clubs,” Tyro said.

“The surf hung in there,

the wind was off-shore and

it couldn’t have been a better

day. The surf wasn’t too big or

small for the kids,” he said.

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Be Sun Smart

This Summer

Summer is just around the corner,

and as the days get longer and

warmer we all spend more time out

in the sun.

Now is the time to check our sunscreen

supply, whether there is plenty and the

expiry date.

WHY IS SUNBURN SO BAD?

Sunburn can lead to melanoma and

other skin cancers later in life and should

be avoided.

Research continues into how skin cancers

are formed, and what type of UV exposure

has the worst effects. Sunburn is painful

and potentially deadly, so cover up to avoid

getting sunburnt.

Find out more about skin cancer.

HOW CAN I BE SUNSMART

Being SunSmart is about protecting skin

and eyes from damaging UV radiation.

From September to April when outdoors:

Slip into a long-sleeved shirt and into the

shade. Generally, fabrics with a tighter weave

and darker colours will give you greater

protection from the sun. Some clothing is

sold with a UV radiation Protection Factor

(UPF) rating. Clothing with a UPF of 50+

offers superior protection and could be an

ideal choice for outdoor workers.

Slop on plenty of broad-spectrum (filters

both UVA and UVB rays) sunscreen with a

Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of at least 30.

Apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before

going outdoors and reapply every two

hours. Reapply more frequently if sweating

or swimming.

Slap on a hat with a wide-brim or a cap

with flaps. This will help reduce the risk of

sunburn to your face, ears and neck. These

are the most common places where we get

sunburnt.

Wrap on a pair of close-fitting sunglasses.

When buying sunglasses, look for the words

‘good UV protection’ on the label or swing

tag.

Remember to always protect skin and eyes

when you’re in the mountains, or around

reflective surfaes like snow and water, when

UV levels are damaging.

SUNSMART MYTHS

1) I can’t get sunburnt on a cloudy day.

False: You can still get sunburnt on a cloudy

day. This is because UV radiation can get

through light cloud cover, so unprotected

skin can still be damaged.

2) Temperature gives me a good idea of the

the chances of getting sunburnt.

False: The heat from the sun is caused by

infrared radiation, not ultraviolet (UV)

radiation. UV radiation can still be high

even on a cool day, when infrared radiation

is low. Just think about how easy it is to get

sunburnt on the skifields when it can be

very cold.

3) I’m windburnt not sunburnt.

False: Your windburn is sunburn caused by

ultraviolet (UV) radiation. The wind may

make you feel cooler but UV radiation can

still be high even on a windy day. Just think

about why you don’t get windburn if you’re

out in the dark on a windy night.

4) Sunscreen blocks out all UV radiation.

False: No sunscreen filters out all UV

radiation – that’s why you need to limit your

time in the sun no matter what sunscreen

you’re using and cover up.

5) Getting badly sunburnt before the age of

20 increases my risk of getting melanoma

skin cancer later on.

True: If you have a history of one or more

sunburns before you turn 20, research

suggests you have a much higher chance of

getting melanoma skin cancer as you age.

6) Wearing a t-shirt in the water is as sun

protective as a rash shirt.

False: A wet t-shirt may offer only half the

protection it does when it is dry. If you are

going to be in the water, a rash shirt and

sunscreen is a good form of protection. A

full body wetsuit gives better protection.


PAGE 24 BAY HARBOUR

Wednesday November 2 2016

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-11am

Head along to Lyttelton

Library to Knit ’n’ Yarn. Take

your knitting, crochet or other

portable craft project and enjoy

time with other crafters.

Temporary Lyttelton Library

at Trinity Hall, free, beginners

welcome

Meditation and Buddhism

Wednesdays, 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

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helping us to dissolve away distractions,

worry and delusions, to

improving our concentration and

mindfulness.

Suggested donation of $10

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd

Create ’n’ Connect Art and

Craft group

Thursday, November 3, 9.30am

to noon

Go and enjoy creativity in

company. Take your project

Email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

along, or others can help provide

inspiration for something new to

do. Phone Beth for more info on

022 678 1252

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Mainly Music movement and

music class

Friday, November 4, 9.45am-

11.15am

A fun and educational music

and movement session followed

by morning tea and social/

DAY OUT: The Manderley Home

& Garden Festival will be held on

Saturday, November 5 and Sunday

November 6, 10am-4pm. Delight

your senses with tantalising taste

sensations and visual delights.

Browse through 140 carefully

selected boutique stalls with a clever

mix of food, wine and craft beers

set within the stunning grounds of

Manderley gardens. Experience the

eclectic entertainment, programmed

by Kate and Lei’lataua Limuloa,

(runners up in NZ’s Got Talent 2013).

With varied pace and tempo to suit

all ages, including ballet, circus

performing, a singer and guitarist,

and even tap and jazz dancing, find

your own little piece of paradise at

Manderley - wet for fine. No dogs

allowed on festival grounds. Gate

admission $15, under 15 free. 3875

Christchurch Akaroa Rd, Little River.

Shop scan

playtime. A great chance to get to

have fun with your pre-schooler(s)

and get to know other local families.

$3 per family. Phone Hazel on

384 1965 or 021 077 1264.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Heathcote Valley School Gala

Friday, November 4, 5pm-8pm

Heathcote Valley School will

host their annual school gala next

month. Head on down for some

live entertainment, food and

drink stalls and more.

Heathcote Valley School, 61

Bridle Path Rd, Heathcote Valley

Lyttelton Book Fair

Saturday, November 5, 9am-2pm

Pick up a bargain at a huge sale

of quality second-hand books and

a silent auction. All funds raised

to go to the Lyttelton Primary

School Library.

Lyttelton Arts Factory, 1 Sumner

Rd, Lyttelton

Banks Peninsula Walking

Festival

Saturday, November 5 – Saturday,

November 26

The Banks Peninsula Walking

Festival is back again. The festival

celebrates the stunning scenery

and intimate communities of

Banks Peninsula. Go to www.bpwalks/banks-peninsula-walkingfestival

to view what’s coming up

and walks can either be booked

via eventfinda (search on Banks

Peninsula Walking Festival) or

phone Sarah on 021 08253 606.

Lyttelton Harbour Information

Centre, 20 Oxford St, Lyttelton

Beachville Rd seawall and

coastal pathway celebration

Sunday, November 6, 10am

A fun community event to

celebrate the end of the seawall

rebuild and the opening of

the next section of the coastal

pathway is coming. There will

be games for kids, busking, ice

creams, face painting and a

sausages sizzle. Official opening

with a ribbon-cutting by local

councillor Sara Templeton at

11am. Local residents and kids

invited.

Markets:

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

Every Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm,

3 McCormacks Bay Rd

Lyttelton Farmers Market:

Every Saturday, 10am-1pm, London

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Superbly positioned and immaculately

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Accommodation is provided by four

bedrooms (master with walk-in-robe

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doors and decking…plus a completely

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Outside, the sun-drenched deck is the

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the proximity to quality schools (Opawa

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Fully insured and with all EQC work

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To view documentation in relation to

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Open Home Dates: Saturday 5 Nov

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Make sure you come visit at one of

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District Licensing Committee

at Christchurch for the renewal

of ON-LICENCE RENEWAL in

respect of the premises situated

at 1035 Ferry Road known as

INDIAN OCEAN.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

RESTAURANT CLASS 3.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is sold under the licence are:

MONDAY TO SUNDAY 11.00AM

TO 11.00PM.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, Civic Offices, 77

Hereford Street, Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled to

object and who wishes to object

to the grant of the application

may, not later than 15 working

days after the date of the first

publication of this notice, file a

notice in writing of the objection

with the Secretary of the District

Licensing Committee, PO Box

73049, Christchurch 8154.

No objection to the renewal of a

licence may be made in relation

to a matter other than a matter

specified in section 131 of the

Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act

2012.

This is the only publication of

this notice.

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the District Licensing Committee

at Christchurch for the renewal

of ON-LICENCE RENEWAL in

respect of the premises situated

at 9 Humphreys Drive known as

CURRY NIGHT.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

RESTAURANT CLASS 3.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is sold under the licence are:

MONDAY TO SUNDAY 10.00AM

TO 12.00 MIDNIGHT.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, Civic Offices, 77

Hereford Street, Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled to

object and who wishes to object

to the grant of the application

may, not later than 15 working

days after the date of the first

publication of this notice, file a

notice in writing of the objection

with the Secretary of the District

Licensing Committee, PO Box

73049, Christchurch 8154.

No objection to the renewal of a

licence may be made in relation

to a matter other than a matter

specified in section 131 of the

Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act

2012.

This is the only publication of

this notice.

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