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Stable power supply pledged

• By Tom Doudney

ORION HAS promised Lyttelton

residents a more resilient power

supply by 2019, following a

recent outage which left 1600

homes without electricity for

about 13 hours.

The town and surrounding

bays are vulnerable to outages as

power is supplied via two lines

that sit on the same set of poles

running over the Port Hills

where they are exposed to the

elements.

If one line fails it can cause the

other to fail due to their proximity.

This is what happened on

November 5, with an outage

affecting Lyttelton, Corsair Bay,

Cass Bay, Rapaki, Governors Bay

and Pigeon Bay and Rapaki.

In a statement released following

that outage, Orion said

it had a plan to restore network

resilience and reliability to the

city, following the earthquakes,

by 2019. Improving the surety of

power supply in Lyttelton was a

priority it said.

“We appreciate Lyttelton has

suffered a number of outages in

recent years and we understand

the frustration that this has

caused for residents and the

business community,” the statement

said.

Orion has been in talks with

the NZ Transport Agency over a

$1.5m project to improve power

supply to the Lyttelton area by

installing a new and separate cable

running via the road tunnel.

Any agreement reached on a

tunnel route will take about 24

months to implement.

Orion’s statement said

that while these discussions

continued, it was focusing on

improving the reliability of the

two existing overhead lines that

serviced the area. Further work

on this would be undertaken in

early next year.

Lyttelton Coffee Culture owner

Leona Cooper said Orion’s plans

would be good for the town.

“I think they need to improve

the power here,” she said.

The November 5 power outage

had meant they weren’t able to

serve coffee until 11.30am on

that day.

The Banks Peninsula Community

Board received a briefing on

the work in August and board

chairwoman Christine Wilson

said she would be meeting with

Orion again to discuss the situation

following the recent outage.

“I personally felt quite excited

by the briefing we had earlier on

in the year and the work that is

taking place,” she said.

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Wednesday November 16 2016

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LIKE SO many of you, I was

perched up on the hills after being

evacuated due to the tsunami risk

on Monday morning.

Again, like the previous earthquakes,

I am always taken by the

wonderful folk we have in this city.

While I was perched up the top of

Egnot Heights in Redcliffs, the lads

in my car decided they would have

a nap, but I decided to have a wander

around. I found Nicki of North

New Brighton, who unknowingly

soothed me with her banter and

beaut two-year-old dog.

Then, Nicki and I found ourselves

invited into a stranger’s

home, who brewed us a cup of

dearly needed caffeine. In their

house were other refugees. The

family was so welcoming, so a big

thank you to them.

The earthquakes continue to

shake us, but they do not shake our

marvellous Christchurch spirit.

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Delay in kindergarten decision

• By Annabelle Dick

HEARING DELAYS mean that

Mt Pleasant residents will have

to wait a bit longer to see if a

kindergarten will be built on a

contentious McCormacks Bay

Rd site.

An outcome was expected

on November 5 after a resource

consent hearing finished on

October 18, but commissioner

Justine Ashley wanted more

information on the landscaping

plan.

The hearing could not be

closed so the decision date has

been pushed back

to Friday.

Kidsfirst wants

to build a 248 sq

m kindergarten,

which is bigger

than their former

centre damaged

in the 2011 earthquake.

The childhood centre is

planned to be 30m west of the

former kindergarten and homeowners

are angry it will block

their view of the estuary.

The organisation applied to

the city council for resource

consent to build and operate a

centre in June but were declined

due to a city council mistake.

Nearby property owner

Margaret Evrard was meant to

UP IN THE AIR: Kidsfirst is still waiting to hear if they can establish a kindergarten on the

reserve on McCormacks Bay Rd.

notified about the application

but she wasn’t initially seen as a

property affected by the centre,

so Kidsfirst had to resubmit its

application.

When asked what the landscaping

plan amendments were

and if the setbacks have been

frustrating, Kidsfirst chief executive

Sherryll Wilson wouldn’t

comment.

“It would be inappropriate

for Kidsfirst to comment while

the resource consent process is

under way,” she said.

She said after the hearing

concluded it would make a

public statement.

The proposed centre will

run longer from 8am to 5pm

with an estimated 200 vehicles

expected to move in and out of

McCormacks Bay Rd.

Residents 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,” Mr Graham Keats

said.

“It’s really bad from a safety

aspect as kids are going to be

loaded and unloaded during the

peak times for traffic.”

In Brief

QUAKE REPAIRS

Work is being done to repair

earthquake-damaged infrastructure

in Mt Pleasant, Redcliffs and

Heathcote Valley. Contractor

Downer started work on Monday to

fix roads, stormwater and wastewater

systems and the damaged pump

station on Port Hills Rd. A new

concrete wall will be constructed to

surround the existing pump station

and the repairs will take about two

weeks to complete. The walking

track between Flinders Rd and Port

Hills Rd will stay open during repair

work.

DEFIBRILLATOR FOR CLUB

The Redcliffs Mt Pleasant Bowling

Club has installed a defibrillator at

its clubrooms for the community

to access. It was funded through

a $3500 grant from the Westpac

Air Rescue Trust, and will be

stored on the wall of the verandah

at the clubrooms on 9 James

St, Redcliffs. A number of club

members have received training

from St John on how to use the

system. A defibrillator is used to

help treat people suffering from lifethreatening

heart problems.

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Wednesday November 16 2016

News

Pedestrian

crossing

confirmed

• By Annabelle Dick

A PEDESTRIAN crossing is

expected to be put in place on

Norwich Quay by Christmas.

The New Zealand Transport

Agency confirmed it would create

a crossing after a city council

panel approved the installation

of a bus shelter on Norwich

Quay in September.

NZTA has indicated that the

kerb, bus shelter and signals are

expected to be installed before

Christmas but full commissioning

of the signalised pedestrian

crossing may not occur until

February/March.

The bus stop and shelter will

be installed adjacent to 25 Norwich

Quay and will replace the

existing bus stop on Norwich

Quay opposite Dublin St.

“Work on the shelter itself

has begun off site, and it will be

transported to the site and lifted

in once new kerbs and footpaths

are ready,” city council team

leader traffic operations Ryan

Rolston said.

It will cost about $9000 to

build and install the shelter and

is intended to meet the demands

of the growing number of bus

users.

READY TO RELOCATE: Lyttelton chief fire officer Mark Buckley is excited to move into the new fire station on London St.

New fire station takes shape

• By Annabelle Dick

IT’S BEEN more than half a

decade since the Lyttelton’s

volunteer fire fighters have had

a permanent home but that will

soon change.

The brigade has begun the

shift into its new London St

station with an official opening

scheduled for early next year.

“We’ve already had two moves

since the earthquake and we

have settled into our present

location but now the guys have

had a look through the new

station, they’re getting a bit

excited,” chief fire officer Mark

Buckley said.

The brigade’s station was

badly damaged in the February

2011 earthquake and was later

demolished.

Immediately after the quake,

Mr Buckley and deputy chief

fire officer Dwayne Pool sent

their families away and worked

from the damaged station to

FACILITY:

Preparations

are being made

to move the

fire station from

its temporary

site in Norwich

Quay.

help support Lyttelton residents

through the turmoil.

They’ve been operating out of

temporary bases since.

The brigade moved to the port

company’s car park following

the quakes, before moving back

into temporary premises on

London St, and then into its current

site on Norwich Quay.

“Lyttelton, like other brigades

in the region, showed its dedication

to its community in the

aftermath of the Canterbury

earthquakes,” New Zealand Fire

Service region manager Steve

Turek said.

“Like many brigades in this

area, Lyttelton was virtually cut

off following the earthquake and

the brigade provided a lifeline

and emergency support for its

community.”

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New life for harbour icon

• By Annabelle Dick

THE NAUTILUS was once a

long-time resident of Lyttelton

Harbour and now it has been

celebrated as a piece of maritime

history.

The World War 1 vessel was

relaunched last month in Auckland,

five years after it was gifted

to the New Zealand Maritime

Museum.

It belonged to retired Mt Pleasant

businessman Allan Williams,

who bought it in 1994 and

berthed it in Lyttelton Harbour.

“When I bought it, it was dilapidated.

It was covered in bird

droppings and it was unloved

and unwanted,” he said.

The Nautilus was used during

New Zealand’s Gallipoli campaign

in 1915.

The 103-year-old boat towed

injured soldiers off the hospital

ship Marama to hospitals in

Alexandria, Egypt.

It also did service in the

English Channel and returned

to Christchurch after the war to

work in the Avon River and Lyttelton

Harbour.

“Apart from its history in

the war, it’s had a lot to do

with Lyttelton. It was a part of

Lyttelton scenery for years,” Mr

Williams said.

He is a keen boatie and

snapped up the opportunity to

BACK IN BUSINESS: The

Nautilus was launched for

the first time in five years last

month. PHOTOS: MARITIME

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buy the vessel two decades ago.

He has invested big money

and man hours into restoring

the historic launch over the

years, cementing its place in the

harbour.

“Anyone involved in boating

in this area would know about

it,” he said.

In 2011, Mr Williams gifted

the Nautilus to the New Zealand

Maritime Museum so its history

could be preserved.

“It’s a priceless little boat and

I wanted to make sure it was

looked after. She’s a part of national

history,” he said.

The museum’s ‘Wednesday

old boys’ staff put 46,000 hours

of volunteer work and $200,000

into restoring the run-down

Nautilus.

“It’ll go another 100 years.”

It’s the newest member of the

museum and was re-launched

last month at the Royal New

Zealand Navy’s 75th anniversary.

It will be open for public

sailings from November 20.

Call to improve

evacuation process

• By Annabelle Dick

REFUGEES FROM suburbs

across the city, sought shelter

at Mt Pleasant school after

Monday morning’s tsunami

evacuation.

The school was opened by

the community response team

after tsunami sirens warned

people to move to higher ground

at 2am.

About 200 people from

Woolston, Southshore, New

Brighton, Brookhaven, Bromley

sought shelter at the school until

it was safe to go home.

Residents were evacuated

after the 7.5 magnitude earthquake,

centred in Waiau that

struck at 12.02am. Police went

street by street in vehicles

checking to ensure people had

evacuated.

About 20,000 residents live in

the evacuation area from Ferrymead

to Taylor’s Mistake, said

the city council yesterday.

Residents in Redcliffs and

Sumner also pulled together

after fleeing to the hills.

Many coastline residents spent

the morning in cars on the hills

surrounding Sumner, Redcliffs

and Moncks Bay with the all

clear finally given around 9am

that morning.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham said a lot of

Sumner residents stayed at home

after the shake because

no tsunami warning was put

out.

There was conflicting information

from the Ministry of Civil

Defence and Emergency Management

who said people should

go inland or seek refuge on hills,

while the city council said no

evacuations were required.

This changed at 2am when the

tsunami sirens sounded.

He’s written to Mayor Lianne

Dalziel on behalf of the board

and the Sumner Community

Residents Association to fix

processes before the next quake.

“This caused confusion

for residents. While the

ultimate responsibility rests

on individual residents to self

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helped by the obvious confusion

and mixed messages received,”

he said.

“A delay activating the tsunami

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Wednesday November 16 2016

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Artist turns Lyttelton residents into

‘THE GOVERNOR’:

Governors Bay Hotel

owners Jeremy and

Clare Dyer are two

of 23 port residents

to be immortalised in

the Lyttelton Redux

exhibition.

PHOTO: GEOFF

SLOAN

• By Annabelle Dick

WELL-KNOWN residents,

including singer-songwriter

Marlon Williams, have been

transformed into early settlers

as part of the Lyttelton Redux

exhibition.

Lyttelton artist Julia Holden

painted 23 residents, including

Williams, Sergeant Dave

Knowles and former community

board chairwoman Paula Smith,

turning them into early Lyttelton

settlers.

“Using non-toxic, acrylic

house paints, I painted directly

onto the person using them

as the canvas and then photographed

the result bringing the

past into the present in a new,

contemporary portrait,” Ms

Holden said.

Clare and Jeremy Dyer, who

own Governors Bay Hotel, and

son Louis Dyer, who owns Civil

& Naval, all participated.

The Dyer family was one of the

first to arrive by ship in Lyttelton

Harbour and it’s believed Dyers

Pass Rd was also named after

them.

The couple were chosen to depict

‘The Governor: John Robert

Godley’ and ‘The Governor’s

Wife: Charlotte Godley.’

“The great reveal was the exhibition.

Seeing it up front . . . it’s

an amazing body of work. I was

pretty blown away, it was pretty

cool,” Mr Dyer said.

His son Louis Dyer was

painted as ‘The Colonist: Edward

Gibbon Wakefield.’

‘The Governor’ and ‘The Governor’s

Wife’ sit at Civil & Naval

and The Colonist is based in The

British Hotel.

‘It’s a nice context for us being

in our son’s bar,” Mr Dyer said.

The works are based on original

portraits of historic residents.

The portraits are spread

around different Lyttelton locations

for residents to visit.

All of the portraits are for sale

and limited edition prints are

also being sold.

The proceeds will go to the

Lyttelton Museum.

PAST MEETS THE PRESENT: Lyttelton singer-songwriter Marlon

Williams sits at the London St dairy as The British Naval Officer:

Robert Falcon Scott.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN


Wednesday November 16 2016

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historic settlers in portrait exhibit

MAN OF THE TOWN: Jeremy Dyer depicted

as The Governor: John Robert Godley, which

sits at Civil & Naval on London St.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

FLASHBACK: Carolyn McCombs has been

painted as her great-grandmother, MP for

Lyttelton Elizabeth McCombs, who was New

Zealand’s first female MP.

PHOTO: CHRISTCHURCH CITY LIBRARIES

LIVING HISTORY: Lyttelton resident Hannah Beehre as The

Artist: Margaret Stoddart.

PHOTO: JULIA HOLDEN

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Wednesday November 16 2016

Lyttelton teen named dux,

earns varsity scholarships

• By Annabelle Dick

A LYTTELTON teenager has

been given a head start to a

science career after taking

away top honours at Linwood

College’s end of year awards.

Ruby Kerr, 18, was awarded

the top prize of dux, as well as

the Linwood College Literary

Cup and Victoria University

achiever’s scholarship at the

prize-giving last month.

Ruby was blown away to

hear she’d received the accolades,

which will pay for part

of her university tuition.

“It was very overwhelming.

I didn’t expect it. I’ve come

from a small school and never

thought I was very smart so

getting those awards was a

huge achievement,” she said.

The year 13 student attended

Lyttelton’s St Joseph’s School

until she was 11-years-old.

Ruby then moved to Lyttelton

Main School because St

Joseph’s closed due to its small

roll of 20 pupils.

“It was so small that we only

had two classrooms, so when

I moved to Lyttelton Main, I

was behind everybody else. I

had no idea what I was doing

and I used to get so stressed

out about school work that I

used to cry,” she said.

“So getting the dux award

ACHIEVER: Ruby Kerr received two scholarships that will

cover some of her tertiary study costs. ​

and my other awards was a big

deal to me because it showed

me I could do it and achieve

anything.”

As the daughter of an acupuncturist,

Ruby has always

been deeply interested in the

sciences.

While studying biology,

chemistry and physics at

Linwood College, she realised

how much she loved biology.

At the same time, she

became passionate about environmental

issues and wants to

combine those interests into a

career.

“It’s being able to know how

everything works. With science

you can figure out things

and you gain a bigger understanding

of the world around

you,” she said.

Ruby plans on studying a

Bachelor of Science with a

double major in environmental

studies and biology at Victoria

University of Wellington

next year. The achiever’s

scholarship will cover her first

year of tertiary study there.

She’s also considering Canterbury

University, as the dux

award comes with a scholarship

of a paid year of study at

a South Island university and

living costs. Ruby has several

more external exams to go before

graduating from Linwood

College later this year.

Linwood College prize-giving

Dux – Ruby Kerr, year 13.

Proximae accessit – Karen

Ligsay, year 13.

25 th anniversary commemorative

prize – Sam Kerr-Quinn, year

13; Easter Savelio, year 13.

IP Anderson award for leadership

– Navneet Narayan, year 13.

Victoria University of Wellington

achiever’s scholarship

– Ruby Kerr

Special awards (year 13)

Chris Arthur sportsperson of

the year – Tristen Read.

Tony Fomison significant contribution

to visual arts – Amber

Prior.

AA Scott music award for

the widest and most valuable

contribution to music, Linwood

College supreme arts award –

Lucy Farrell.

Hugh McDougall Rankin

Education Trust for outstanding

achievement in the sciences –

Karen Ligsay.

Judith Brailsford award for

Pacifica leadership, University

of Canterbury emerging leaders’

scholarship – Easter Savelio.

University of Canterbury

emerging leaders’ scholarship –

Gregor Lawson.

PTA Service Cup for outstanding

service to the college –

Charlotte Merkin.

Tony Fomison significant

contribution to visual arts –

Molly Caldwell.

John Kim memorial prize for

acting – Sam Kerr- Quinn.

Hickling science prize – Deepal

Prasad.

Dale Eagar Challenge Trophy

– Fergus McCallum.

Pacifika culture, Teresa Elms

Memorial Cup – Litia Mariner.

Rob Burrough Cup for demonstration

of school values and

contributing to the wider school

– Gideon Smith.

Koko Alamein Connell taonga

for Māori performing arts – Hamiora

Te Rupe.

Academic prizes (year 13)

The Lauraine White Music

Trophy – Veronika Mason.

Bradbury Moore prize for

commerce – Molly Barnett.

The Bruce MacMillan Photography

Trophy – Molly Caldwell.

Lincoln University commerce

prize – Angel Lintott.

Linwood College Literary Cup

– Ruby Kerr.

Linwood College Drama Cup –

Keanan Lombard.

Poole prize for original historical

research – Alec McCallum.

Fabric Technology Trophy –

Navneet Narayan.

John Andersen JP plaque

for top hospitality student –

Navneet Narayan.

Gavin Bishop excellence senior

in visual arts – Amber Prior.

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Wednesday November 16 2016

NEW LISTING

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CALLING ALL FAMILIES AND GARDENERS

Redcliffs

124 Cannon Hill Crescent

Take a 961m² (more or less) prime section positioned for all day

sun. Situated on the sunset side of the hill amongst upmarket

homes, executive neighbours and most importantly a safe and

attractive environment neighbourhood. Originally this property was

occupied with two townhouses in two titles, this has been put back

into one title. Add north-west facing views of the estuary, city and

alps, and take advantage of a wonderfully natural flat and gently

sloping building platforms. The attraction of this location is

immense with a short stroll to Mt Pleasant School. The owners love

this area and have moved just along the road.

For Sale $295,000

www.bayleys.co.nz/553569

Bonnie Brown

M 021 343 407

B 03 595 2844

bonnie.brown@bayleys.co.nz

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS,

LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

553569

9 Augusta Street

An exciting opportunity to purchase a king sized family home with

enough space for everyone. Freshly decorated and sparkling.

Appreciate the integrity of this property, with spacious living bathed

in sunshine all day, dining area opens to a large private deck, ideal

for outdoor living and entertaining. Perfect for large or extended

families complete with separate two roomed accommodation,

complete with bathroom facilities. It also offers private off street

parking, double garaging with an attached studio. A brilliant

location, walking distance to Redcliffs Village, the Coastal Pathway,

and all things that are Redcliffs.

Auction

4pm, Thurs 2 Dec 2016

(unless sold prior)

On Site

View Thurs/Sun 1.45-2.30pm

www.bayleys.co.nz/553548

Marilyn Still

M 027 229 8769

B 03 595 2844

marilyn.still@bayleys.co.nz

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS,

LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

553548

VENDORS HAVE PURCHASED!

Taylors Mistake

THE BEST VIEWS ON CLIFTON

Sumner

111B Taylors Mistake Road

Designed by Darren O’Neil and built in 2000 the position of this

beautiful home ensures privacy, tranquillity and those remarkable

sea views. The well-considered floor plan comprises three double

bedrooms plus a small fourth, nursery or office adjacent to the

main living area. Recently renovated with EQC repairs completed

the decor is warm and contemporary blending well with the natural

aesthetic of its environment. The wide balcony off the spacious

living and dining areas boasts an automated awning with a second

large balcony off the main bedroom taking up the entire upper level.

Easy access, off-street parking and a large double garage.

For Sale

Negotiable over $710,000

View Sun 12.45-1.15pm

www.bayleys.co.nz/552515

Rosemarie de Jong

M 027 240 8005

B 03 375 4700

rosemarie.dejong@bayleys.co.nz

Justin Haley

M 027 595 5202

B 03 375 4700

justin.haley@bayleys.co.nz

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS,

LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

552515

63 Clifton Terrace

Imagine living in this much-loved beach house all day every day,

sunup to sundown, you feel like you are on holiday. Welcome to

this wonderful family home nestled on the lower slopes of Clifton

Hill, a brilliant location with easy access and off street parking. This

is simply stunning and like brand new with major reconstruction

works completed. Privacy is assured, immerse yourself in the

birdsong and be at one with nature. Memories will be made in this

home. Watch your family grow and have fun in the garden with

terraced lawn mature trees.

Simply stunning, your own piece of paradise.

Auction

11am, Sat 26 Nov 2016

(unless sold prior)

On Site

View Thurs/Sun 11-11.45am

www.bayleys.co.nz/553469

Marilyn Still

M 027 229 8769

B 03 595 2844

marilyn.still@bayleys.co.nz

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS,

LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

553469

www.bayleys.co.nz

All companies within this composite are Members of Bayleys Realty Group


Wednesday November 16 2016

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 11

GRACIOUS AND SPACIOUS ON CLIFTON BAY

1 Clifton Bay

An often admired Sumner home - originally built by Eliza White in the 1920s as a seaside holiday house for Christchurch

visitors. Now almost 100 years old this substantial and magnificent home is still strikingly beautiful and has been

totally renovated for contemporary living. Superbly nestled in Clifton Bay overlooking the beach it enjoys a micro-climate

and is surrounded by a subtropical garden. A perfect family home with casual and formal living areas both opening to an

expansive deck plus a private rear courtyard garden. Stunning décor, white bright and airy enjoying ocean views with

living on both levels you feel like you own the ocean. The upstairs bedrooms enjoy the wonderful views as does the sun

gallery. This property has set a new benchmark for the top end of the Sumner Market.

This is now offered for sale for the first time in 30 years it may be several years before it is offered again.

Sumner

Deadline Sale

4pm, Fri 9 Dec 2016 (unless sold prior)

View Wed/Sat 1-2pm

www.bayleys.co.nz/553585

Marilyn Still

M 027 229 8769

B 03 595 2844

marilyn.still@bayleys.co.nz

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS,

LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

553585

OPULENCE AND AMBIENCE

Sumner

SIMPLY THE BEST - NEST OR INVEST!

Woolston

26 Dryden Street

From the moment you enter this gorgeous home you will feel

welcomed. This Dryden Street home is a treasure, often admired by

locals and passers by. Fall in love as the current owners did 18

years ago. They saw the potential and have lovingly completed an

amazing renovation, a wonderful mix of old world English Villa

meeting modern living - a pleasure to behold. A true feeling of style

will encompass you, the luxurious ’front room’ bustling with colour,

the dining and family room opening to courtyard and garden.

Location perfect, within the heart of Sumner.

Spacious and fabulous.

Auction

1pm, Sat 26 Nov 2016

(unless sold prior)

On Site

View Thurs/Sun 12.15-1pm

www.bayleys.co.nz/553476

Marilyn Still

M 027 229 8769

B 03 595 2844

marilyn.still@bayleys.co.nz

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS,

LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

553476

14 St Adela Place

The vendors have outgrown this impressive home and they need to

move soon. Only two years old and built to high specifications, this

family-perfect home features three double bedrooms, with built-in

wardrobes, quality curtains and carpet. Immaculate throughout,

neutral tones, allow you to place your own stamp here. An

entertainer’s haven, host perfect parties with a fantastic indoor/

outdoor flow to a sun-drenched patio, while the kids are safe with

the fully fenced outdoor space. Inside, the open plan kitchen,

dining and living is the heart of the home, with quality appliances to

make life a breeze.

For Sale

Offers over $490,000

View Sun 11.30-12pm

www.bayleys.co.nz/553297

Bonnie Brown

M 021 343 407

B 03 595 2844

bonnie.brown@bayleys.co.nz

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS,

LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

553297

All companies within this composite are Members of Bayleys Realty Group

www.bayleys.co.nz


PAGE 12 BAY HARBOUR

Wednesday November 16 2016

Your Local Views

Mental health support needed

Green MP

Eugenie

Sage talks

about

Monday

morning’s

earthquakes

and where

to seek help

if you’re

feeling

stressed.

Well that was an unpleasant

start to the week. Big hugs to

everyone in Kaikoura, Marlborough,

North Canterbury and

Wellington, living through aftershocks,

dealing with damage and

loss, and grappling with how to

repair hearts, homes, businesses,

and infrastructure.

Well done to folk who helped

support Christchurch residents

who had to leave home as a result

of the tsunami warnings.

I’m writing this on Monday

morning with little information

on the full extent of damage

further north. Here in Christchurch,

people’s emotional and

psychological wellbeing has

probably taken a bigger hit from

the long, rolling earthquake

than buildings, roads and other

infrastructure.

Wherever you are – kindness

is contagious. Reaching out to

friends, family and neighbours

for a cup of tea or coffee, contact

and conversation can help reduce

post-quake stress. So can sticking

to daily and weekly routines

and staying active – taking a

walk, enjoying nature.

The All Right? health promotion

campaign and the Mental

Health Foundation’s five ways

to wellbeing are good sources of

practical advice on how to stay

well.

But for some that won’t be

enough. There has been a major

increase in demand for mental

health services in Christchurch

after the 2011 quakes, especially

among young people. They seek

help for a range of issues, including

severe depression, anxiety,

self-harm and suicidal thoughts.

New figures show that young

people are facing unreasonably

long waiting times to receive

follow-up appointments after

seeking help. In the last year, up

to 3297 young people around

New Zealand had to wait longer

than eight weeks to have a

second face-to-face appointment

with a medical professional after

seeking help. Canterbury was

one of four areas with the longest

waiting times.

No one should not have to wait

weeks on end to get the medical

help they need. Our mental

health professionals do a fantastic

job but services are stretched

and struggling.

This is partly because Government

has cut the overall health

budget, scrapped the Mental

Health Commission and focused

resources on targets that don’t

include mental health.

We need better funding for

the Canterbury District Health

Board and community services.

And we need a nationwide inquiry

into mental health services

similar to the Mason Report in

the 90s, to ensure that New Zealanders

can access the support

they need.

Free help is available. Phone

0800 777 846.

Readers respond to

last week’s article on

Redcliffs School possibly

being located on a Maori

burial site at Redcliffs

Park.

Shanna Olsen-Reeder –

Who cares about property values?

I can’t believe that’s people’s

main concern rather than the

disrespectful act of building

over a cemetery.

Pamela Neil – I can not

believe all this carry on over

a school site. It will devalue

properties in the area if a school

is built on the park and if part of

it is a burial ground from many

years ago, Maori will take more

time to confirm this. Leave

the school where it is! Nearly

seven years have gone by and

a generation of children have

been deprived of attending the

school. Is there someone who

can make sensible and binding

decisions in Christchurch. I

am embarrassed to say I come

from this once beautiful city. It

is now a hotchpotch of cheaply

constructed, ugly housing and

bad town planning. Get on with

the rebuild before people die

waiting.

Trevor Walmsley – Loose

$300,000 to $400,000 in property

values – many people in

New Zealand can’t even afford

to own a house.

Karl Dean – People are so

selfish these days, honestly won’t

it increase your value being

within walking distance of the

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Spring Is In The Air

Market Comment with Craig Prier

October saw a slightly subdued market for us with sales numbers at lower levels than expected.

This seemed to be mirrored across other marketplaces around the country. Commentators

are suggesting it may be as a result of new LVR’s (loan value ratios) having an effect and the

number of loan pre-approvals slowing down. However, as always, good properties that are

well marketed still seem to attract the most interest. Time and again we see great results

being achieved for vendors who choose to make the effort of presenting their property and

investing in high profile marketing campaigns. Whether it is an auction or deadline sale the

general feeling among vendors is that marketing their property without a price avoids the risk

of underselling. Buyers are able to compete for the property either by bidding at auction or putting

their best offer forward in a deadline sale.

Matt Clayton

021 2233 998

Mark Gardner

021 633 669

Premier Agents Simon and Paula Standeven join our office

Our office warmly invites Paula and Simon Standeven to our team

here at Ferrymead! Paula and Simon have over 10 years’ experience

working in real estate.

Residing in Sumner they are excited about working more closely

to their local area, and community. If you are looking for two hard

working, friendly and down to earth professionals, you cannot look

past the Standevens. They describe their approach as extremely

flexible, and believe no two clients are the same.

With a proven track record in achieving top sales results consistently,

they have received many accolades and awards, none however more

important than their clients respect and referral business. They are

particularly proud of their 100% sales success on residential homes

since 2012.

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Brightening Christmas

with A Little Ray of Giving

At a time of year when the gift of giving is in the spotlight, the team

here at Ray White Ferrymead are doing our bit to help out families

who are in a less fortunate situation than others. It’s the second year

we are taking part in this national charity initiative ‘A Little Ray of

Giving’ and we’re aiming to making this year bigger and better than

last year!

“With the outstanding support from the beach, hill and harbour

suburbs last year our office collected the most gifts of any Ray White

office in New Zealand! This year we’re aiming to keep that top spot

and are once more calling on the local community to embrace the

giving season and dig deep for those who need it most” said Principal

Craig Prier.

To help spread the Christmas cheer, it’s as simple as bringing

something suitable for a child or teenager into the Ray White

Ferrymead office from 1-22 December, and stashing it under the

Christmas tree.

We will start collecting on Dec 1st through to Dec 22nd 2016.

Vanessa Karabassis

021 955 855

Renee Moore

027 227 2033

Patricia Van der bent

027 296 1408

Bev Prout

027 495 9586

Marie Malone

0274 898 349

Jan Edlin

027 433 8025

Simon Standeven

0274 304 691

Paula Standeven

027 547 2852

Kane Cooper

027 222 0087

Daisy Foldesi

021 328 059

Ross Cooper

027 432 4438

Anna Loader

027 272 7128

Bronny Clifford

021 272 7718

Eleanor Corston

027 435 2415

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Phone (03) 3844 179

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PAGE 16 BAY HARBOUR

Wednesday November 16 2016

SCHOOLS

​Pets on parade

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Environment lesson for

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SUMNER SCHOOL’S

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Beach’s sand dunes.

Dunes are created by the

sand that blows down the

beach from onshore winds.

Sand dunes protect from

the sand that comes flying

out of the beach and into the

streets, by catching it. Pupils

found out about why they

are important and how they

can be protected.

They learnt that sand

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The school raised about $300

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They also collected a box full

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News

Car parking restrictions likely

near popular Port Hills track

• By Bridget Rutherford and

Caitlin Miles

USING A popular Port Hills

track could become more

difficult with a plan to install no

stopping restrictions on nearby

streets.

The city council is looking to

install yellow no stopping lines

on most of Rapaki Rd and part

of Montgomery Tce.

Rapaki Rd is the main access

way to Rapaki Track, which is

popular with walkers, runners

and mountain-bikers, especially

on the weekends.

However, residents say

track users parking on the

road made it narrow and

dangerous.

Rapaki Rd resident Mike

Smith said that even with

the yellow lines across

from his house it can be hard

for him to get in and out of his

driveway with people parking

over the lines.

He said the proposed changes

are a good way to tackle the

problem.

“It can not be tolerated

because people will get hurt if

something doesn’t change,” Mr

Smith said.

Mr Smith said he is concerned

about emergency services being

able to get to the top of the track

to assist people.

As a result, the city council

has put the plan out for public

consultation to get feedback

before it approves the changes.

The restrictions would run

along the left side of the road

from Centaurus Rd to Montgomery

Tce, and on the right

hand side on the top stretch of

the road.

Montgomery Tce would also

have restrictions on the left

hand side of the road leading to

Erewhon Tce.

The city council hopes the

changes would improve

safety, make more room

for vehicles to manoeuvre,

and improve access

to properties.

Councillor Tim

Scandrett (left) said

he doesn’t know why

people who plan to

walk Rapaki Track park at the

very start of the track when they

could park elsewhere and get

more exercise.

“It seems insane that people

drive up there to walk and be

fit but they won’t park at the

bottom (of Rapaki Rd),” Cr

Scandrett said.

He said it is welcome news for

residents along the road.

Mr Smith said he hopes this

will make the improvements

that many residents have wanted

for a long time.

​Sumner snatch Challenge

Trophy in tight contest

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

SUMNER’S OPENING batsman

Marcus Thompson was the

difference in the side’s Senior

A Challenge Trophy winning

match on Saturday.

The 45-over match between

Sumner and Lancaster Park Addington

went down to the final

over after Sumner lost the toss

and were sent in to bat.

Thompson scored 14 boundaries

in his 95 runs off 133 deliveries. His

opening partner Ethan Vickery

managed 23 off 24 deliveries before

being trapped lbw.

Thompson batted on at St

Leonards Square and led the side

to a total of 221/8, when at one

point they were struggling at

57/4.

Addington lost wickets

regularly during its run

chase through the bowling

of Dan Vann, who took three

wickets.

The standout batsman for

Addington was also an opener.

Stewart van Zenten kept the

scores close throughout the

second innings with his 105 from

115 deliveries.

It was only after van Zenten

brought up his century with a six

that he was caught behind.

In the final over, Addington

needed eight runs to win, but

SPORTS

Dean Smith took the final wicket

and Sumner won the match by

three runs.

Thompson said Sumner had to

dig deep throughout the match to

come out on top.

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showed, digging deep on several

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up,” he said.

Thompson credited the

all-rounders in the side who

contributed with the bat and

then protected their total with

the ball.

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successes has been multiple

people contributing with both

bat and ball, and it was satisfying

to contribute . . . in an important

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other portable craft project and enjoy

time with other crafters.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at Trinity

Hall, free, beginners welcome

Create and Connect Art and Craft

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Thursday, 9am-noon

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Take your project along, or others can

help provide inspiration for something

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022 678 1252

St Andrew’s Church, 148 Main Rd,

Redcliffs

Mainly Music Movement and Music

Class

Friday, 9.45-11.15am

A fun and educational music and

movement session followed by morning

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St Andrew’s Church, 148 Main Rd,

Redcliffs

Baby Times

Friday, 10.30-11am

During each session, there is a variety

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other book-related activities.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at Trinity

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Tramway Open Weekend

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The tram barns and workshops of the

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Tramway Historical Society barns, 269

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Storytimes/Wā Kōrero

Tuesday, November 22, 11-11.30am

Programme for pre-schoolers which

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Temporary Lyttelton Library at Trinity

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Art and Craft Exhibition

Friday, November 25, 7-9pm, Saturday,

November 26, 10am-4pm

Get involved in this exhibition

organised by the Create ‘n’ Connect art

and craft group to help raise funds for St

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art work and crafts on show plus

refreshments. Gold coin entry.

St Andrew’s Church 148 Main Rd,

Redcliffs

Drayton Gully Working Bee

Saturday, November 26, 2-4pm

The working group has been clearing

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Meet at the Avery Pl entrance if you

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Banks Peninsula Walking Festival

Until Saturday, November 26

The Banks Peninsula Walking Festival

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Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre,

20 Oxford St

PORT EXHIBITION: Lyttelton Redux involves a series of portraits of

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using current Lyttelton locals as ‘living canvases.’ The portraits will be

displayed around various local businesses throughout the summer period.

Pick up your art map for a stroll around Lyttelton to discover the reimagined

historical portraits. All works are for sale. The 50 Works Gallery

will offer second edition prints with all proceeds going directly to the

Lyttelton Museum. Lyttelton Redux will run until March 2017 at 50 Works

Gallery, 50 London St, Lyttelton. ​

Sumner-Redcliffs Community

Christmas Carols

Thursday, December 8, 6.30pm

Here’s one for the calendar. The

Sumner Bays’ Union Trust annual

community Christmas carol evening

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feature singers Eddie Simon and Yulia

Townsend, and the Sumner Silver Band,

conducted by Vickie Ward. There may be

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Sticks and stones will

break our bones but

names will never hurt us?

This has always been a common

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children in situations where they have

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The reality though for most of us (not

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hurt (a lot).

Social communications have

developed significantly since I was

a child at school. Back then (which

was actually not too long ago) there

were no cell phones and there was

no internet . Communications were

face-to-face in the playground, over

the phone (which had a cord) in

the hallway before bedtime, written

on notes and passed around a

classroom, or by snail mail. Now,

our communication methods can be

summarised in two succinct words –

‘social media’.

As a result of the ever increasing

social media, and specifically

following the “roastbusters” scandal

in 2013, a new piece of legislation

was enacted in July 2015 - the

Harmful Digital Communications

Act 2015 (the Act). The Act aims to

provide victims of hurtful facebook

posts, text messages or other digital

communications quick and efficient

resolution or remedy. In addition it

creates new criminal offences.

Although some of the provisions of

the Act came into force in 2015, it

will not be until Monday 21 November

2016 that it will be fully operational.

Under the Act, a government

approved agency, Netsafe, will be the

organisation responsible for receiving

and investigating complaints brought

under the Act. Although Netsafe

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powers, its purpose is of a civil nature

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negotiation and mediation to try to

resolve the complaints efficiently.

Applications may also be made to

the District Court for orders such as

requiring the defendant to take down

the content or refrain from posting

content, making a correction or

providing an apology. Applications

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The Court can also find a defendant

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1. was made with the intent to cause

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2. would cause harm to a reasonable

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3. harm was actually caused to the

victim.

The penalties for such a conviction

are up to two years in prison, or a fine

of up to $50,000 (for an individual).

The Act also sets out 10

‘Communication Principles’ which

both Netsafe and the District Court

are required to consider when

exercising their roles under the Act.

These Communication Principles are

fairly broad and provide that a digital

communication should not:

1. Disclose sensitive personal facts

about someone.

2. Be threatening, intimidating or

menacing.

3. Be grossly offensive to a

reasonable person in the position

of the individual affected.

4. Be indecent or obscene.

5. Be used to harass an individual.

6. Make a false allegation.

7. Contain a matter that is published

in breach of confidence.

8. Incite or encourage anyone to send

a message to an individual for the

purpose of causing harm to the

individual.

9. Incite or encourage an individual to

commit suicide.

10. Denigrate an individual by reason

of his or her colour, race, ethnic or

national origins, religion, gender,

sexual orientation, or disability.

There have already been a number of

convictions under the Act including

an 18 year old convicted of sending

Skype messages to his ex-girlfriend

threatening to send pictures of her

naked to her mother; and a 28 year

ADVERTORIAL

old was imprisoned for 11 months

after sending a disturbing video to

someone through Facebook.

My children are still young and not

yet subject to such harmful digital

communications (although of course

even now they object to my facebook

posts of them with half their meals on

their faces or running under a hose in

their undies). However, I know the day

will come when I need to tell them

that “sticks and stones will break

their bones but names will never hurt

them”. The thing is though, everyone

has a breaking point, and to have

the possibility of recourse through

Netsafe may be a very helpful avenue

for individuals, parents and schools.

It waits to be seen how many

complaints Netsafe receive going

forward and how efficient they are

in handling them, but providing this

avenue of redress is a positive move

forward. With more awareness too,

this Act will hopefully deter harmful

behaviour in the realm of social

media.

Written by Prue Miller

Layburn Hodgins

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New Hope For Long Term

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After more than eight years in

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New Zealand was started

eight years ago by Dave and

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suffered over twenty years of

back pain from Degenerated

Discs and had basically given

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never an option” he said “as

long as I still could walk, there

was hope”.

Dave had tried everything;

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Dave discovered the Teeter

Hang-Ups. “The first time I

tried it, the pain disappeared

and I was completely pain

free for about 30 minutes,

nothing had done that” he

told me. Dave never believed

it would fix him, “as specialists

had told me it was irreversible,

I now knew I had a place

to go every time I wanted

some serious relief”.

To Dave’s surprise the more

he used the table the longer

the pain stayed away, until

after nearly three months he

was completely pain free, “I

couldn’t believe it’ he told me

“I had spent large amounts of

money on every form of treatment

available and here

was something I had never

heard of sorting it out for

me in a very short period of

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decided to introduce Teeter

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NZ was born.

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backs, but necks, hips,

knees, posture, circulation,

increased height, blood

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“We have testimonials from

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of back problems and even

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their special needs children”

he told me, “the blood to the

brain helps these kids and

the results are excellent”

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aging population is that it

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Dave told me that he

realised that, had he not

tried the Teeter for himself

he would still be suffering, “I

would still be a miserable

grumpy bugger, living with

pain, that is why we do the

shows, people need to try it

for themselves” he told me

“most people actually get

off with the pain either gone

or considerably less” he said

“we let the tables do the

talking”

IT IS PURE LOGIC AS TO HOW

THE TEETER TABLE WORKS

Discs: It uses gravity to apply traction,

the traction gently opens the discs and as

they open up they create suction, this

suction draws fluid from the surrounding

tissue back into the discs, re-hydrating

them. This is the key! Discs do not have

their own blood supply, they rely on

transfer of fluid from the surrounding

tissue to keep them healthy and hydrated

and over the years as discs get thinner with

age, they lose the ability to take on fluid

(just like squeezing a sponge) and they

start to de-hydrate.

De-Hydrated discs are less flexible, they are

harder, more prone to injury, they interfere

with nerve roots creating pain and

ultimately the de-hydration causes degeneration.

The Teeter Inversion table slowly

and gently brings the hydration back into

the discs, plumping them up. This brings

back lost height (most people will regain

around 2 CM of height), it separates the

nerve roots far more effectively and returns

quality of life

Muscles: A lot of pain is muscular, when

muscles are stressed they become tight

which restricts the flow of blood and lymph

through the muscles so toxins build up,

Co2 and Lactic Acid. Traction opens up the

muscles, Rhythmic Traction, is a gentle

rocking motion that stimulates circulation

and encourages blood flow through the

muscles, which clears the lactic acid into

your lymph system where it stimulates

lymph flow and deals with it. Most people

with serious neck issues see a large

improvement after only one treatment.

Ashburton

Walnut Ave Pavillion

Opposite Ashburton College

5th & 6th November

10am to 4pm

Frank Harwood (84) of Turangi using his Teeter, Frank has been

Inverting for over eight years and has found it keeps him young

Posture: Poor posture is one of the

major cases of pain and is a major contributor

to the deterioration of the body with

age. A difference in leg length causes most

of the hip and knee issues, as they continue

to place uneven loads on the joints;

similar to the wheels out of alignment on

your car.

Trying to correct posture is extremely

difficult due to muscle memory, as it

constantly pulls the muscles back to where

they were. At a level of 40 degrees or more

on the Teeter, the muscle groups open up

and eventually come back into alignment,

using the table daily, does not allow the

muscle memory to pull them back out of

alignment and slowly the muscles start to

lose their memory and go with the flow,

allowing the body to come back into

correct posture. Then using the table once a

day will ensure it is kept there.

This is pure logic, if a machine is out of

alignment it does not last long, the only

difference between the body and a

machine is that the body is constantly

repairing itself, however if the wear and

tear on the body is greater than the body’s

ability to repair itself, it is a slow decline.

The Teeter slowly brings the body out of its

decline and allows the body to repair itself,

resulting in a far healthier life.

If you are serious about investing in your

health and really sorting your issues out,

come see us at one of our local roadshows,

you have nothing to lose and chances are, a

lot to gain.

Rangiora

Fernside Memorial Hall

287 O’Roarkes Road Fernside

12th & 13th November

10am to 4pm

Come along to our expo in Timaru, or come to

our expo in Christchurch next weekend.

(See below for details). If you have completely

resigned yourself to having back or neck pain for

the rest of your life, then chances are you will be

pleasantly surprised.

TESTIMONIAL

DEAR DAVE AND NANCY

In 2008 I had been living with a serious lower back pain for

many years due to two discs with serious degeneration and

was scheduled for a double spinal fusion at a cost of

$48,000. The Specialist had recommended many lifestyle

changes including changing my profession, which was not

practical as I own my own business.

At the Waikato Home Show I experienced a demonstration

on a Teeter Inversion Table by Dave and Nancy Hare. To me

the effect was amazing, I actually experienced some serious

relief which lasted for an hour or two, I was told that the

relief would last longer with time as long as I used the table

regularly, so with the surgery scheduled for 12 weeks time,

having nothing to lose and a lot to gain I purchased a Teeter.

Four years on I still use my table on a daily basis, my back is

as strong as ever with very little or completely no pain, I am

still at my same profession and working as hard as ever and

most importantly I did not have the surgery. I consider the

purchase of my Teeter has been one of my greatest

investments, not only has it enabled me to avoid serious and

costly surgery, it has kept me in my profession and it has

brought my health back.

Thank you very much for the opportunity.

Very best regards

Paul Gordon

Cambridge

BACK or NECK PAIN?

Come along for a free treatment

Here in New Zealand,

Dr Giresh Kanji, one of the countries most

respected Pain Specialists completed a PhD on

how humans experience pain and then

researched lower back pain, writing "Fix Your

Back" and then spent a few years researching

neck pain, headache and migraine and wrote

"Fix Your Neck Pain, Headache & Migraine",

both books are in most bookstores.

Dr Kanji discovered in his research that the disc

is the most likely source of low back pain and

Inversion showed the best results of all the trials

conducted. Three studies showed a 60%

reduction in pain and one showed a 75%

reduction in surgery for people with disc

prolapse.

Dr Kanji has personally been using the Teeter

Inversion tables for his own low back pain, has

Teeter Inversion tables at both of his clinics in

Wellington (The Sports and Pain Clinic) and has

had such success that he is now conducting the

largest study in the World on Inversion Therapy.

In his own words, "these things are gold and

inversion should be a first line treatment for low

back pain”.

Inversion NZ Ltd

0800 62 62 83

www.inversionnz.co.nz

Timaru

Celtic Rugby Club Rooms

4 Brown Street Timaru

19th & 20th November

10am to 4pm

Inversion helps to:

• Relieve Back Pain

• Relieve Neck Pain

• Relieve Muscle Tension

• Stimulate Blood And

Lymph Flow

• Improve Posture

• Increase Flexability

• Reduce The Effects

Of Ageing Caused

By Gravity

Christchurch

Christchurch Bridge Club

21 Nova Place, Christchurch Central

26th & 27th November

10am to 4pm

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