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• By Annabelle Dick

TWO OUTSPOKEN critics of

the land information coastal

hazards controversy fear they

may be left off a new group that

could be set up to resolve the

issue.

The city council is proposing

to form a community advisory

group to work with it on fixing

problems with hazards notations

on coastal property’s land information

memorandums.

But Christchurch Coastal

Residents United chairman Tim

Sintes and spokesman Darrell

Latham are worried they won’t

be chosen to sit on the group because

of their previous comments

against the city council’s Coastal

Hazards Assessment Report.

The report, compiled last year,

Tim Sintes Darrell Latham

found 18,000 coastal homes were

at risk of erosion and flooding

and that information went on effected

homeowner’s LIM reports.

Christchurch Coastal Residents

United has been highly-critical in

Bay Harbour News of city council

chief executive Dr Karleen

Edwards’ handling of the report

and Mayor Lianne Dalziel’s unwillingness

to change LIMs.

•Turn to page 6

Old age catches

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well-loved Tama

• By Annabelle Dick

LYTTELTON’S BEST known canine has

finally succumbed to sickness and age.

Tributes are flowing for 17-year-old Tama, a

golden labrador/collie cross, who was known

throughout the village for his friendly nature

and charismatic personality.

Several lumps were found in his body and

he was put down on November 10 as he was

too old to operate on.

“He was a local legend – everybody around

here knew him and he was a lovely old soul.

A real special individual,” Lyttelton Service

Station owner John Bailey said.

Tama was known for wandering the streets,

visiting businesses and breaking into port

security.

•Turn to page 8

MISSED: Canterbury St resident Maureen Fife

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dog she’s ever had. PHOTO: ANNABELLE DICK ​

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Wednesday November 23 2016

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News.................................... 3-14

TONY MURDOCH is one of

the city’s good guys and reporter

Fraser Walker-Pearce profiles him

on pages 4-5.

The Sumner local has just written

his latest sports history book,

this one on the North Beach surf

club for its 100th anniversary.

It’s a top read with quirky yarns

and of course great old photos.

And I’ll challenge anyone to find

spelling, grammatical or punctuation

errors in Murdoch’s book.

He’s a former school teacher and

of the old school so to speak.

Which reminds me. A few

years ago I was having an ale in

a Ferrymead bar. A young staff

member told me she was training

to be a school teacher.

“I hope you can teach your

pupils how to spell,” I said.

She laughed: “Teach them to

spell? I can’t spell myself!”

The world needs more Tony

Murdochs. – Barry Clarke

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News

Cob Cottage to be restored

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Ferrymead’s historic Cob

Cottage will be revealed next

week.

City council staff are expected

to present ways in which the

historic settlers’ cottage can

be repaired to the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board.

Cob Cottage was significantly

damaged in the February 2011

earthquake, but repairs were put

on hold until Ferrymead Bridge

could be fixed.

The Main Rd building is

tucked away next to the Mt

Pleasant Yacht Club. The

estimated cost of repair is

$181,690.

Christchurch Heritage Trust

chairwoman Dr Anna Crighton

said it will be a welcoming sight

to see the cottage restored to its

former glory.

“It’s very significant because

everybody knows and loves this

building. Whether they’re going

to work or to the beach – it’s an

iconic landmark for the area,”

she said.

The cottage is owned by

the city council and falls into

Heritage New Zealand’s Historic

Place Category 2.

It was insured for $109,800.

Dr Crighton is glad the city

BROKEN: The Ferrymead Cob Cottage suffered significant damage in the February 2011

earthquake. ​

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rebuild after sitting unrepaired

for years.

“You lose these things and

you lose identifying landmarks

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THe Lyttelton Library will relocate

to its former premises in March. It

has been operating out of Trinity

Hall on Winchester St until

repairs could be undertaken to the

earthquake-damaged 35 London

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Tony Murdoch

A passion for recording

Sumner’s Tony Murdoch has just published his new

sports history book Black and White about the North

Beach Surf Lifesaving Club. It coincides with the

club’s centenary celebrations. Fraser Walker-Pearce

spoke to him

You must be thrilled to have

published the book when you

did.

Yes, exactly. It was published in

time for the club’s centenary celebrations

over Labour Weekend.

They had hundreds attend that.

Is this your first sports history

book?

No, I have written two other

sports histories, one on the

Riccarton Cricket Club in 2002

and then in 2013 I did the 150th

jubilee history of the Christchurch

Football Club. Then this

one came along, they asked me

to do it, and I’ve been doing that

ever since.

So you’ve been working on

this for the past three years?

Yes. It’s a big project, I think

it’s about 240 pages. Probably the

club records weren’t as detailed

as we would’ve liked but we were

able to cross-reference with Surf

Lifesaving New Zealand’s annual

reports and check most of it off.

Things like results and that kind

of thing were hard to check off

though.

Who approached you from

the club to do the project?

Roger Smith the president of

the club talked to me about it.

He’s lived and breathed the club

for about three or four years.

What’s different about this

book compared to your others?

This one is more of a coffee

book style. With lots of

newspaper clippings like the

famous gala dances at North

Beach. That’s basically how

the club got through the Great

Depression and that kind of

thing. [In the book] there are ads

for the dances, we used the full

width of the page in the book

with these photos and I think it

really adds to the look of the book

as well.

Obviously it’s called Black and

BLACK AND WHITE: Tony Murdoch has coincided the publication

of his sports history book Black and White with the centenary

celebrations of the surf club it is written about.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

White, but that’s also the style of

the book you’ve created?

No, no. There’s a story to that.

It’s called Black and White because

the club colours are black

and white. But also the personality

of the club is very pragmatic,

they’re hard workers and they get

things done. They make black and

white decisions and they don’t

muck around – they’re black and

white about everything. I ran that

past the committee near the start

and they were well pleased to

think that’s what people think of

the club.

How was the club founded?

The original thought was that

it was a group of men who were

members of the New Brighton

Surf Lifesaving Club who got

together and decided to make

a club a little further along the

beach. But the real story is that

there was a guy called Ray Blank.

It became pretty clear as I was

looking into it that Ray Blank

and a group of guys from a North

Beach businessman’s association

got together and had land

interests in the area. They decided

that if there was a surf club in the

area that would bring people out

there and raise their house prices.

And they did quite well out of it.

Do all of your books look

quite deep into the club’s history?

Yes, each of the books has a

twist to them somewhere in it.

The twist in the rugby book was

me saying that the conventional

theory of the first game of rugby

in the country was played in Nelson

in 1871 was wrong.

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our sporting history

It’s in all the official New Zealand

histories saying that. But the

Christchurch book showed quite

clearly that wasn’t the case. They

couldn’t have – as the game didn’t

exist in New Zealand back then,

they just played a hybrid game

of soccer. It was actually out of

Christ’s College that the game in

Christchurch grew.

What are the other titles of

your books?

The Riccarton Cricket Club

book is called Green and Gold,

and the rugby book was called

The Old Club, just like the old

newspapers used to call them.

How would you define your

style of books?

Lots of anecdotes, lots of

personalities. This book goes

through a whole lot of life members,

and families of members.

These are guys that are prepared

to swim out 400-500m to save

someone. I mean, can you do

that? I certainly can’t.

No, I’d definitely 100 per cent

drown. Do you work part-time

as well as all of this?

Yes, I have a full-time job at St

Bede’s College. I’m the alumni

and community development

manager. I’ve been there for eight

CLASSIC RACES: North Beach surf club’s 1981 crew. The last

surf crew to win a national title in the long course race until this

year.

years. Previously I was the chief

executive of Canterbury Cricket

and chief executive of Athletics

New Zealand. I was a teacher at

Aranui High School before that.

You have a huge sporting

background, did you ever play

yourself?

Modestly. I played rugby and

cricket, unsurprisingly I played

rugby for Christchurch and

cricket for Riccarton.

How did you start your writing

career?

I actually started at the

Christchurch Star back in the

day. When I was teaching I also

co-wrote a few history textbooks.

There was a group of us at Aranui

High, including John Rosanowski

and we wrote a series of history

books for fifth form (year 11)

students.

What subjects did they cover?

A little bit of New Zealand

history, Martin Luther King, race

relations in South Africa, we

touched on the Springbok Tour.

Also the gold rushes, New Zealand

foreign policy, and also two

books on Hitler and Germany for

social studies. To teach students

from your own textbook is quite

a thrill.

And were you born and bred

in Christchurch?

Yes, born and bred. My brother

Tim and I have lived in Sumner

all our lives and I think my next

project might be on the Sumner

Surf Lifesaving Club and their

centenary.

What schools did you attend

back in the day?

I was at St Bede’s and then onto

Canterbury University where I

studied American history. After

that I went on to teaching at

Aranui High for about 16 years.

And who’s with you out in

Sumner?

My wife and I live out there and

we have two adult children. I met

my wife at a dance at the Sumner

surf club.

So surf clubs played a big part

of you growing up as well?

Surf clubs have a big role in

what I call the rite of passage.

They had dances and social

gatherings, they provided a

social space for kids in quite an

interesting time of their lives.

There aren’t many other sports

that boys and girls just hang

out and compete together that

much. Many men and women

put countless hours into keeping

these clubs going as well.

Why do you write sports

history books?

If you look in the book, there’s

only one thing that has stayed

in the North Beach community

for the past 100 years, and that’s

the surf club. There’s been post

offices and cafes and restaurants

and that kind of thing but the

only thing that is still there is the

volunteer-run surf club. So I kind

of write to give them their turn in

the sun even if only for a minute.

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Wednesday November 23 2016

News

Website to

help in disaster

• By Annabelle Dick

COASTAL RESIDENTS are

being urged to sign up to an

online website in case of another

earthquake or natural disaster.

Christchurch.getsready.net is

an internet database that collects

information from neighbourhood

support groups and residents who

sign up.

It lists people’s skills, resources

and needs and is used to help residents

who need assistance in the

event of a disaster.

Mt Pleasant School recently

took in around 200 people after a

tsunami warning was issued in the

coastal area post November 14’s 7.8

earthquake.

Mt Pleasant Community Response

Team leader Robin Arnold

said it’s vital the community can

respond effectively to disasters and

source help locally.

“We will need to prepare for

larger numbers if we experience

another evacuation, and we will

rely on being able to mobilise local

resources to cater for this, predominantly

through this website,”

she said.

In the event of a major

emergency, information would

be made available to authorities

including the fire service, police

and civil defence for use during

emergencies.

Coastal hazards critics fearful

•From page 1

“We want to ensure balance

and that the effected communities

will be represented,” Dr

Latham said.

The city council is undertaking

a second peer review of the

Coastal Hazard Assessment

Report after errors were found

in it.

The city council-proposed

committee, called Coastal

Futures Group, will work

on behalf of residents on the

updated report due next April.

The group will be established

by May and will be made up

of community board members

and affected residents.

It is proposed that two

members from each of the

three community boards that

border the coast will sit on the

board.

Sumner resident Dr Latham

is a part of the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board and Mr Sintes sits on the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board.

They both also sit on the

Community Reference Group

which was set up to work with

the city council on the report.

Both Dr Latham and Mr

Sintes are putting their hand

up to be a part of the Coastal

Futures Group, which has been

formed out of discussions in

the reference group.

But Mr Sintes said a member

had already been approached

by the city council to be a part

of the committee and her views

differed from residents seeking

LIM changes.

“I’ve seen it happen so many

times. When council doesn’t

get the answer they want they

create another group and handpick

the people to manipulate

the meeting and get the results

they want,” he said.

One member from each of

the four other community

boards throughout the city will

also sit on the group.

TAYLORS TO SUMNER: Sumner’s

Seb Johnson has continued his

great form this year by winning

the traditional Taylors to Sumner

race. Johnson was one of about

40 lifesavers competing in the

pre-season event on Sunday and

completed the 7km course from

Taylors Mistake Beach to the Sumner

clubrooms in 25min. Earlier

in the year Johnson was picked

to represent the country at the

Lifesaving World Championships

in the Netherlands with the Junior

Black Fins. The first woman across

the line on Sunday was Minnie

Robberds, who is also a Sumner

lifeguard. She completed the race

in 28min.

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Wednesday November 23 2016

News

Iconic dog remembered

•From page 1

“A lot of the time you’d

see him do the rounds in the

morning. He’d come visit us

and have a few treats, sit down,

then move on. A lot of people

in Lyttelton would have stories

about the old boy,” Mr Bailey

said.

While nearly every resident

knew Tama, mystery surrounded

his ownership.

“We used to have a rubbish

truckie years ago and I’m pretty

sure the young guy that drove

it was his owner. I think he left

Lyttelton and the dog ended up

with his dad,” Mr Bailey said.

Hawkhurst Rd resident Martin

Edwards, who passed away

in November last year, was his

main owner.

His most recent caretaker was

Canterbury St resident Maureen

Fife.

Tama spent time with Mrs

Fife for years before moving in

permanently last year.

“Tama used to walk down the

street, meet up with me, get a

cuddle, maybe something to eat

and then walk out and wander

down the street. That’s how we

first met,” she said.

Soon enough, he refused

to leave and the pair became

inseparable.

“It was good they found each

other, they had a really good

special bond. She said if she

started breathing unusually

during the night he would come

and nuzzle her and wake her up

to make sure she was okay,” Mr

Bailey said.

Tributes and memories came

from dozens of residents when

the news broke via social media.

”(He) walked me to Lyttelton

West School many moons ago!

Will be missed,” Tara Jones

Rudge said.

“Tama (was) in the back of my

Ford Laser, approx 10 years ago,

flatly refusing to get out after

we drove around trying to find

his owner. Someone came over

from Satchmo’s with some food

and, yes, low and behold that

did the trick. From that day on

Holly (now 13) and Tama had

a very special bond,” Suzanne

Ormandy said.

Even though Tama has

passed, Mrs Fife and many other

residents will remember him for

many years to come.

“I feel him about sometimes.

I’m not spiritual but I know he’s

here somewhere.”

Tama has been laid to rest

at Mrs Fife’s son’s property in

Heathcote Valley.

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Wednesday November 23 2016

News

Back to the future for Jordan Luck

Jordan Luck has written some of New

Zealand’s most iconic rock anthems. He spoke

to Tom Doudney about life after The Exponents

and the inspiration behind his latest material

ahead of The Jordan Luck Band’s performance

at Lincoln’s Selwyn Sounds concert in March

MORE THAN 30 years after

their debut single Victoria

established The Exponents as

Kiwi rock heavyweights, singer

Jordan Luck’s songwriting is

again in the spotlight.

His new outfit, The Jordan

Luck Band, was nominated for

best rock album at Thursday’s

New Zealand Music Awards.

It didn’t win the award but

Luck said it was phenomenal to

have the album, Not Only . . .

But Also, getting such a positive

reaction.

While his songwriting hadn’t

changed much over the years,

he works harder on the lyrics

these days than he did in the

early years of The Exponents

(originally known as The Dance

Exponents).

“I find the tunes are still coming

out of the air for me but it

takes a lot longer to do lyrics

than it did,” Luck said.

“I was pretty spontaneous back

in the day, whereas now I am

a wee bit conscious of the fact

I might be singing these in 20

years again, so I really want to be

singing something that I want to

be singing.

“That has been the case since

about 1990, when Victoria was

about 10-years-old and I was

thinking ‘wow, people still really

like this song, I wonder what

is going to happen to the new

stuff?’ And here we are nearly 20

years later and people are still

singing ‘Why does love do this

to me?’ And I’m going, ‘flipping

hell, I better make the next one

really good’.”

However, Luck said this process

had resulted in his best lyrics

yet on Not Only . . . But Also.

“Even if you didn’t hear the

music, it’s a good read,” he said

The songs, written over the last

three years, cover some very New

Zealand territory, often with an

interesting twist. There is one

about a murder in Lake Tekapo,

another about selling paintings

ROCKING ON: The Jordan Luck Band will play Lincoln’s Selwyn

Sounds concert in March.

on holiday in Southland and “a

beautiful one” inspired by his

memories of getting lost near the

Wanganui River while on a road

trip with original The Dance Exponents

guitarist Steve Cowen.

He and Cowen, who died in

1986, had been on their way to

record Victoria at the time, when

Luck, who was behind the wheel

of their Bedford van, decided

to take an alternative route.

The Exponents’ induction into

the New Zealand Music Hall

of Fame last year, with Cowen

also recognised, had brought the

memories back.

“The song is really about missing

him in a way that is pretty

strong.”

Luck said starting a new band

after the success of The Exponents

had been tough in some

ways.

“The Exponents turn up all the

time, there is no getting away

from that – we got into the hall

of fame last year and now there is

a TV film that they are doing on

The Dance Exponents.”

However, he still enjoyed playing

the old songs and said the

band’s performance at Selwyn

Sounds was likely to be about 75

per cent The Exponents material.

Unlike many of the line-up, it

will not be Luck’s first time playing

in Lincoln. The Exponents

have played a number of gigs at

the university over the years.

•Selwyn Sounds will be

held on March 4, 11.30am-

8.30pm. Tickets can be

purchased via Ticketek and

buyers will be able to prepurchase

a return bus ride

between pick up points in

Christchurch, Rolleston and

Lincoln Domain.

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Jane Downes continues to play with her

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Katrina Perano’s anthropomorphic painted

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Sharon O’Neill Debbie Harwood

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Kate Beatty uses appropriate botanical

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Elisha Jordan’s birds belie their sturdy

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PAGE 12 BAY HARBOUR

Wednesday November 23 2016

News

Test your sense of adventure

Whether it is mountain

biking, walking, thrill

seeking or coffee,

Christchurch Adventure

Park aims to offer

something for everyone.

Bridget Rutherford

reports

FIVE YEARS ago, Canadian

leisure developer Select

Evolution was keen to build a

new adventure park.

It searched the United

Kingdom, Europe, and even

Queenstown and Auckland, to

no avail.

But in 2011, Christchurch

mountain biker Tim Prebble was

sitting on a chairlift next to a

woman at Whistler Blackcomb –

a mountain bike park in British

Columbia.

The woman was working at the

park as a coach.

But not only did she work

there, she was one of the brains

behind it – Select Evolution

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Mr Prebble suggested Select

should develop a similar adventure

park in Christchurch, but

she told him there was nowhere

suitable.

But Mr Prebble knew just the

OPENING SOON: Select Evolution programme developer Darron Charity in front of the chairlift.

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Just 17min from the city centre,

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Within three months Ms Sutton

visited the site.

“One thing led to another,”

Select Evolution programme

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But fate and a bit of luck

weren’t the only things that

brought the development to

Christchurch.

“It took a hell of a lot of hard

work to get it across the line,” he

said.

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Southern Hemisphere.

To date it has cost $25 million.

The Government and

city council’s Development

Christchurch each contributed

$2 million, while the remaining

funding had come from a bank

loan, New Urban Group, and investment

from the United States,

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at new Port Hills leisure park

“We’ll have to go to market

to secure funding for the next

phase,” Mr Charity said.

He said the developers,

manufacturers and contractors

had crammed 20 months of work

into eight, just to get the park

open as a Christmas present for

Christchurch.

There could be up to 150

contractors on site each day,

while there were another 100

people working on it off site, he

said.

Construction began in April,

and already, the early bird season

pass tickets have sold out.

More tickets aimed at casual

users and families will be

released this month.

What’s more is the park is on

schedule and on budget, he said.

“We set a budget four years ago

and we’re still delivering on it. It’s

extremely tight.”

The majority of the new tracks

had been carved – some with

diggers, but the more technical

ones have been built by hand,

with the help of volunteers armed

with shovels and rakes.

Each jump has been designed

by engineers.

The 8km green track has a

gradient of about 3-4 per cent,

while the 5km blue track is about

5-6 per cent.

FITS IN: The cafe and bar is being built by Amalgamated Builders out of douglas fir – the same timber as the trees that surrounds it.

The hardest – the 5km black

track – is where the jumps are

introduced and is for more

experienced riders.

Riders from the age of seven

can have a go at mountain biking

at the park, and a track will be

installed for under five-year-olds

next to the cafe.

Mr Charity said the park

would get more people outdoors

and into the sport.

There would be 16 coaches at

the park, and mountain bikes

and safety equipment could be

hired, he said.

“This is a sport progression

park.”

But it’s not just for mountain

and downhill biking.

There is also a walking track,

you could enjoy a coffee or a

drink at the cafe and bar, not to

mention the activities for thrill

seekers.

Four dual zip lines have been

installed in different parts of the

park – with one being 180m off

the ground.

At 1.8km, the electric-powered

chairlift will be the largest in

New Zealand, with the ability

to hold 56 chairs at any one

time. At the top, it will be 450m

high. People will be able to ride

the chairlift to get to the top of

the park, where they can either

use the tracks to come down,

head up to the Summit Rd, or

ride the zip lines down.

Four people could fit in each

chair, with a stand for them to

park their bikes in.

Mr Charity said the douglas fir

trees below the chairlift had to

be cut down before a drone was

used to take footage of the route.

It was then sent over to

Austrian manufacturer

Doppelmayr, which built the

towers before shipping them to

Lyttelton, he said.

Mr Charity said contractors

spent three months doing

concrete work in preparation

for the tower installation, which

took a month. At the entrance

to the park, three douglas fir

timber buildings sit amongst the

forestry, housing the ticketing

reception, the hire facilities and a

cafe and bar, which could seat up

to 180 people.

Mr Charity said the cafe

and bar would stock local

produce and drinks, including

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and wine from Black Estate,

Waipara.

“It has to feel like

Christchurch,” he said.

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Wednesday November 23 2016

News

Adventure park set to open next month

•From page 13

There will eventually be 235 car

parks, and the entire park will be

smoke-free.

Mr Charity said phase two

would see the construction of a

1.5km mountain coaster, a luge

on a track which would travel

up to 80km/h. The New York

designers visited recently to plan

it.

That is expected to be completed

by December, 2017.

The village is also part of phase

two, which eventually would

have 282 beds.

Mr Charity said they hoped

to host school camps, and could

teach students about the forest

and ecology, along with groups

wanting to do team-building

exercises.

The benefit the park would

have on the city’s economy was

a huge driver for the project, he

said.

“We’ve always seen this as a

major boost for New Zealand

tourism. It attracts the overnight

stay in Christchurch,” he said.

It is expected to bring another

30,000 bed-nights to Christchurch,

he said.

The park would also employ

between 100 and 120 staff, most

of them local.

BIG JOB: Construction of Christchurch Adventure Park began in April after about four years of

planning.

PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN

In the future, they hoped to

bring international mountain

and downhill races to Christchurch.

Mayor Lianne Dalziel said the

project would set Christchurch

apart as a great place to visit, and

live.

“It really fits the city’s image

in terms of sport and recreation

from mountain to sea.”

She said it needed an extraordinary

commitment to deliver the

project in a short space, however

it had been four years of trying to

pull it together.

“Fiona told me that when

she felt they weren’t getting the

investment, she’d go and sit at the

site and say it has to happen and

now it’s a reality.”

Downhill mountain biker Lachlan

Cruickshank said the park

was one of the reasons he moved

to Christchurch, and he had already

snapped up a season pass.

“It is going to be one of the

best bike parks in the Southern

Hemisphere and could develop

Christchurch into a real mecca of

the sport going forward.”

Mr Charity said Select Evolution

had a 50-year lease for the

land, and it hoped to continue to

develop more of it.

“There’s at least 120km of track

that we can develop in here.

There’s so much scope.”

He said it was a “legacy project”

and as a cyclist himself,

was looking forward to riding it

rather than working on it.

“I didn’t expect to be working

100-hour weeks. But to see the

park come to life is always a

dream. It’s exceeded my expectations

in what it’s become.”

• Christchurch Adventure

Park will have its official

opening on December 16. It

will be open from 10am-8pm

in summer, and 10am-5pm in

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your home, such as Nativity scenes,

Christmas story books for the children,

Christmas cards and Advent calendars.

There is also a huge range of

Christian-themed items that would

make perfect Christmas gifts, such as

the popular colouring books, a wide

range of Bibles, jewellery, mugs, T-shirts,

CDs and DVDs.

Plus there are fiction and non-fiction

books for adults, books by New Zealand

authors, colourful children’s books,

diaries, journals and Sunday School

supplies.

Run by a trust, Epic Christian

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years ago with the specific purpose of

raising funds for victims of religious

persecution around the world, especially

those from Syria and Iraq, who are

currently living under extremely

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“All the profits from our sales go

towards providing items for these

people,” manager Sandy Gallen explains.

“At present the funds are going

towards providing packs for the

children. We send the funds over and

the packs and items to go in them

are purchased there for distribution,

which is much more cost-effective than

sending the items from here.”

Previous items provided by the trust

have included gas cookers and showers

for displaced families living in school

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Epic Christian Books is located at

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Veterinary Clinic, with plentiful offstreet

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Wednesday November 23 2016

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 17

Your Local Views

Evacuation plan essential

Heathcote

Ward

councillor

Sara

Templeton

talks about

last week’s

earthquakes,

community resilience and

being prepared for natural

disasters

Over the last week we have

been thinking a lot about the

importance of community

again.

The local community response

to the earthquakes on

November 14 was heartening,

with many people opening their

homes to those evacuated from

low lying areas of Christchurch.

Mt Pleasant’s community

response team opened up the

local school and had around

200 residents through and Civil

Defence volunteers supported

the evacuation centres.

While there were glitches with

the tsunami sirens, these issues

are being worked through as

part of the review of the entire

Civil Defence response.

This was the first time we have

had a serious threat of tsunami

since the sirens were installed

and many communities will

now want proper evacuation

plans to help the process run

more smoothly. While the job

of Civil Defence is to tell us to

evacuate, we also need to work

out the how and where.

Communities know their area

best; which routes would be best

for the different parts of their

neighbourhood and where the

high ground is. Community

boards are ideally placed to

support communities as they

develop these plans and can access

assistance from within the

wider city council organisation.

Let us know how we can help.

Just a few hours later we were

looking further afield, to communities

in North Canterbury

and Kaikoura hit so badly by

the quakes. We were on the

receiving end of amazing support

from around the country

in 2011 (we had fudge from a

family in Rolleston and muffins

from Levin among other things)

and we looked to return the

favour.

Support groups from across

the city that had formed in

2011 burst into life again and

messages with drop-off points

for supplies started coming

in through my email and on

Facebook. Red Cross also set up

an appeal and we have donated

to it online.

While the immediate provision

of goods is useful, we know

from experience just how long

support will be needed. The Red

Cross has provided support to

many community groups and

low-decile schools throughout

our city over many years now

and donating money will help

with the long-term recovery of

these communities.

As I think of the constant

shaking and damage to the

worst hit areas, I am comforted

by the knowledge that within

them volunteers and local

networks are responding as we

did and starting the long task of

supporting and rebuilding their

own communities. We will do

what we can to help.

The shaking in Christchurch

will have brought back vivid

memories for many.

Look after yourselves, your

friends, family and neighbours

and please ask for help if you or

others need it.

A reader responds to an

article from two weeks ago on

Redcliffs School relocating to

Redcliffs Park.

Dr Pat McIntosh – As a

Redcliffs resident with a passion

for the area I was personally

taken aback to read in Bay

Harbour News Nuk Korako’s

comments about the ministry’s

decision regarding Redcliffs

School.

If they had come along six

years ago and said they wanted

to rebuild the school, by forcibly

taking over our local park and

playing fields, there would have

been outrage and opposition.

But by preventing the school

from returning to the Main

Rd site for so long, in the face

of all the evidence that the site

was safe to occupy, they have so

cowed the community that this

now looks to some like a good

option.

The suggestion that psychosocial

factors were important

totally misses the point that the

reporting psychologists were

agreed that there is nothing

particularly unusual about this

situation.

All schools have to educate

their pupils to assess local dangers

– for instance a nearby busy

main road is objectively more

dangerous than the rockfall risks

at the Main Rd site.

Mitigating and managing

such anxiety is a normal part of

education, and in any case by

the time the school would return

there would be no children there

who had experienced the rockfall

events.

There has also been no attempt

to put in the balance the

psychosocial effects of keeping

the school out of the area for so

long – effects which have been

pointed out to the Ministry by

many school supporters and

community organisations.

The Executive Summary of the

Ministry report (dated October

5, 2016) points out that to rebuild

the school in Redcliffs Park

will probably be more costly

than a full rebuild on Main Rd

“not including site acquisition

costs”. It also indicates that it

will likely take longer. So why

decide to do this?

Maybe the answer lies in the

fact that Redcliffs Park is bigger

than the Main Rd site and does

not need roughly $800,000 of

bund, and has according to

the Ministry “better long-term

advantages for the investment

of Crown funds than a return

to the Main Rd site.” There we

have it, in my opinion.

But a great many local residents

will be very upset by the

proposed loss of the park, in its

waterfront location.

Once green space is built on it

is lost forever.

I urge residents to keep a close

eye on the consultation process

and plans and make their views

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Wednesday November 23 2016

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Wednesday November 23 2016

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 19

NEW LISTING

Boundary lines indicative only

NORTH FACING, HARBOUR VIEWS

Diamond Harbour

CALLING ALL FAMILIES AND GARDENERS

Redcliffs

27 Euan Sarginson Place

Located in the quiet cul-de-sac of Euan Sarginson Place in

picturesque Church Bay this 1,050m² section (more or less) is well

placed to capture all day sun and stunning views. Just a few

minutes’ walk to the local store and five minutes’ drive to the

Diamond Harbour ferry service and local cafes, make this section

ideal for those who are looking for a home away from the bustle of

the city but close enough to commute via car or catch the regular

Diamond Harbour - Lyttleton ferry service which links in with the

metro bus timetables. With services to the boundary this section is

ready to accommodate a home of your design.

For Sale $215,000

View phone for viewing times

www.bayleys.co.nz/553623

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M 027 440 9889

B 03 375 4700

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An exciting opportunity to purchase a king sized family home with

enough space for everyone. Freshly decorated and sparkling.

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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, 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.

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does the sun gallery. This property has set a new benchmark for the top end of the Sumner Market. This is now offered

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PAGE 20 BAY HARBOUR

Wednesday November 23 2016

News

Stay out of the water

during tsunami risk

• BY GARY MANCH,

NAVIGATIONAL SAFETY OFFICER,

LYTTELTON

IT’S HARD to write an article

when there are thousands of

people in Kaikōura affected by

the recent earthquake.

Sadly, it brings back memories

from five years or so ago

when Christchurch and its

surrounding areas suffered a

similar fate, nature has a harsh

way of letting us know it’s there,

that’s for sure.

However, you need to consider

your safety especially on the

water, clearly if we have a major

shake the last thing we want is

for boaties to head out on the

water, until it is clear there is no

risk of tsunami.

This applies to both our

seashores and rivers as both can

cause danger due to not only

the possible tsunami, but also

slips and the like in our internal

waterways.

Common sense really.

Moving on, recently we had a

change to our bylaws, the Navigation

Safety Bylaw 2016 came

into effect on the October 10,

2016, two things that may affect

you have been brought into place,

identification of boats and also

Pirate’s Corner

compulsory wearing of life jackets,

this includes paddle boards

and the like.

Simply if you are under way

on the water in any type of vessel

6m or less you must wear a life

jacket.

In relation to identification, if

your boat is towed by a trailer

and is powered by a motor, this

includes jet skis, you now must

have the following;

Either side of the vessel above

the waterline, the registration

number of the towing trailer, put

on the boat in 90mm high numbers

and letters that are visible by

the naked eye during day time at

50m.

Non-powered vessels have different

requirements.

The above is a quick synopsis

of the changes, for the full information

and any exemptions or

approvals that may be given in

relation to the new bylaw please

check out the Navigation Safety

Bylaw 2016 at http://ecan.govt.

nz/our-responsibilities/maritime/

Pages/rec-boating.aspx

Lastly, I had a request from a

local nurse, and it was about all

you hardy people out on your

watercraft in the summer in the

full sun, while this is not actually

navigation safety-related, she

brought out a good point, the water

is very glaring and with

the sun and a combination of

wind.

It’s very easy to get burnt,

so as part of your preparation

make sure you slip, slap and

slop the old sunscreen on, wear

sunglasses and a hat to protect

you from getting burnt and worst

still melanoma.

Be safe out there.

Short wait for

library unveiling

THE NEW Redcliffs Library

is nearing completion and will

officially reopen next month.

The current library, based

at the Redcliffs Tennis Club

on Main Rd, will be closed

on Friday to transition to the

rebuilt facility.

Staff are urging residents to

help in a moving book trail

from the old to new library at 91

Main Rd.

The old library was badly

damaged in the February and

June 2011 earthquakes, and later

demolished.

The new library building will

be opened on Friday, December

2, at 3.30pm, by Mayor Lianne

Dalziel.

All residents are invited to the

official unveiling.

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Wednesday November 23 2016

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 21

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Some Scenes May Disturb

THU 10:00am THE PAPAL BASILICAS Young Children

I, DANIEL BLAKE (final week)

Pixar Family Film

WED: 10:00am,

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Scenes, May Disturb, Young Children

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M Violence, Coarse Language,

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DORY

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Pixar Family Film

SOON

M Violence, Coarse Language, Some

FINDING DORY JULY 20TH Scenes, May Disturb, Young Children

THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS

WED: 11:00am, 2:00pm, 6:00pm THU: 10:45am, 8:10pm FRI: 10:45am

SAT: 10:45am, 8:10pm SUN: 10:30am, 3:00pm MON, TUE: 10:45am, 8:10pm

WED: 10:45am

THE ACCOUNTANT (final week)

WED: 1:30pm, 8:35pm THU, FRI, SAT: 3:30pm SUN: 7:30pm

MON, TUE, WED: 3:30pm

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET FRI: 8:30pm

COMING SOON: DEC 1st Sunset Song

DEC 8th A United Kingdom

DEC 15th Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

DEC 26th Lala Land

Allied M Violence, offensive language, sex scenes and content that may disturb.

The Founder M Offensive language. I, Daniel Blake M Offensive language and adult themes.

The Light Between Oceans M Sex scenes. The Accountant R16 Violence and offensive

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Email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Mainly Music Movement and Music

Class

Friday, 9.45-11.15am

A fun and educational music and

movement session followed by morning

tea and social/playtime. A great chance

to get to have fun with your pre-school

children and get to know other local

families. Cost is $3 per family. Phone

Hazel on 384 1965 or 021 077 1264.

St Andrew’s Church, 148 Main Rd,

Redcliffs

Art and Craft Exhibition

Friday, 7-9pm to Saturday, 10am-4pm

Come get involved in this exhibition

organised by Create and Connect to help

raise funds for St John. There will be a

great variety of high-quality art work and

crafts on show, plus refreshments. Gold

coin entry.

St Andrew’s Church, 148 Main Rd,

Redcliffs

Drayton Gully Working Bee

Saturday, 2-4pm

The working group has been clearing

weeds and will now plant some of the

original native trees which used to grow

in the local area. There is a lot to do and

everyone is welcome to be a part of the

initiative to rejuvenate the native forest.

For further information, call Dave Bryce

on 021 363 498.

Meet at the Avery Pl entrance if you

would like to help plant native seedlings in

the nearby area of the reserve

Banks Peninsula Walking Festival

Until Saturday

The Banks Peninsula Walking Festival

is back again. The festival celebrates

the stunning scenery and intimate

communities of Banks Peninsula.

Participants will enjoy a refreshing

walk and are guaranteed an enjoyable

experience as they relax, meet new

people and absorb the stories and

atmosphere of this rugged land. Discover

the taonga of Banks Peninsula with our

experienced volunteer guides who have

a passion for the land, ecology, history

and communities of this unique part of

Canterbury. Go to www.bpwalks/bankspeninsula-walking-festival

to view what’s

coming up. Walks can be booked through

Eventfinda or phone Sarah on 021 082

53606.

Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre,

20 Oxford St

DANCE: Book

your tickets for the

first ever Redcliffs

School Barn Dance.

This is your chance

to support and

raise money for

the school. Ticket

numbers are

limited, but anyone

is welcome. Tickets

cost $50 and can

be purchased

through Deb at the

Redcliffs School

office. The dance

will take place at

Van Asch College,

38 Truro St, Sumner.

Redcliffs Playgroup

Monday, 9.30-11.30am, during term

time

All are welcome. Phone Vanessa on 384

1815 for more information. Cost is $2.

St Andrew’s Church, 148 Main Rd,

Redcliffs

Sumner-Redcliffs Community

Christmas Carols

Thursday, December 8, 6.30pm

Here’s one for the calendar. The Sumner

Bays Union Trust annual community

Christmas carols are back again this year.

The event will feature singers Eddie Simon

and Yulia Townsend and the Sumner

Silver Band, conducted by Vickie Ward.

There may be a mysterious visitor wearing

red as well. The singing begins at 6.30pm,

although the Sumner Silver Band will be

performing for half an hour before that.

It’s an event for the whole family, so come

along to join in some Christmas musical

fun.

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Wednesday November 23 2016

HEALTH & BEAUTY

Cramping pain in my

leg when I try to walk

Intermittent Claudication

This kind of cramping (sometimes called

“window -shopping legs”) is triggered by

normal exertion of the leg muscles and

is typically caused by obstruction of the

arteries. Sufferers have to find themselves a

regular excuse to stop for a while to allow

the blood flow to reach the cramped up

muscles.

The official name for this condition is

Intermittent Claudication. Claudication is

pain and/or cramping in the lower leg due

to inadequate blood flow to the muscles.

The pain usually causes the person to

limp. The word “claudication” comes from

the Latin “claudicare” meaning to limp.

Claudication typically is felt while walking,

and subsides with rest. It is commonly

referred to as “intermittent” claudication

because it comes and goes with exertion

and rest. In severe claudication, the pain is

also felt at rest.

It is a painful condition that really

“cramps people’s lifestyle”. The pain free

walking distance tends to get shorter as the

condition progresses. If you suffer from

this condition it is crucial to understand

that the body actually finds a way to

increase the blood flow to the legs IF

THE DEMAND is there. It is like every

thing in the body……..”use it or lose it”.

Unfortunately many people with this

condition end up in a vicious cycle; the

pain stops the walking, and the lack of

walking increases the problem.

Exercise is recommended to greatly

reduce symptoms and to increase

pain free walking distance. Eight years

ago on request of the vascular nurse

in Christchurch hospital, Physical

Sense started a two weekly circuit for

Intermittent Claudication patients. The

pilot program started with 50 clients.

• 82% of all clients, experienced

improvement in their walking distance

• Quite a number of clients doubled their

walking distance, for some it even became

limitless.

• After a year 88% of clients were still active

• There was an exceptionally low dropout

rate of only 8%

• The 18% who did not notice a difference

in relation to their walking distance still

enjoyed all the other benefits of exercise

(to heart, lungs, sugar levels, bone health,

balance and mood etc.)

People always start in a group, so they

get the benefit of a guided introduction to

more exercise and the use of the gym. In

the groups we are looking at 50-80+ year

olds that are giving their legs a workout

by using steppers, treadmills, stationary

bikes and other exercise stations. That way

they also benefit from working out with

people who suffer the same problems. “It

is amazing the support and wisdom people

receive from each other” Ietje says. In this

“circuit setup” every client can work in

their own tempo, and people simply sit

down and have a rest when the “cramping

in the leg” becomes too much. Some

people stay in the group and some choose

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to use the gym by themselves to keep

on top of their claudication.

At Physical Sense they have been

going strong with the Intermittent

Claudication class ever since the first

class eight years ago.

You can try the classes for FREE. If

you want to continue and you have

WINZ support, WINZ usually pays

for the classes (as WINZ is VERY

supportive of these classes).

“This is different from “night-cramps” Ietje van Stolk, (physiotherapist

at Physical Sense and the centre for Senior Well-being) explains. Phone 377 2577.

Stress & Sleep

How does stress impact on your sleep quality?

Wednesday, November 30th, 6pm

• Do you have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep?

• Are you finding that sleep is affecting your daily life?

• Is your sleep pattern affecting your health outcomes?

$30 per person ~ Collect a voucher on the night and receive a handout

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300 Colombo Street, Sydenham.

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Wednesday November 23 2016

YOUR LOCAL TRADES & PROfESSiOnAL

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E: craig@craigroberts.co.nz

I will be available on the Peninsula one day a

week and can travel to see you or meet in Little

River, please phone for an appointment

Retaining Wall

When considering a retaining wall,

Solveig Construction can advise the

best solution based on the structural

requirements and aesthetic needs.

The main function of retaining wall

systems is to create a strong wall

structure to contain and stabilise soil

and rock behind the wall system to

stop erosion on steep and sloped

landscapes.

The other advantage is for their decorative appeal that will transform any landscape setting

to look attractive and create visual interest. Retaining walls can be constructed from various

building materials such as, concrete blocks, natural stone blocks, bricks, poured in concrete

and timber.

Before choosing the look of the wall you want on your property, you must seek professional

advice. With our expertise and knowledge, Solveig Construction can suggest the best type

of wall design and the most suitable material appropriate to your needs.

Contact Dougall Patchett to discuss options for your retaining wall design.

Phone 027 431 5289.

Parklands Drive – Concrete block and timber walls with steps

As the house is at the bottom of a sloping section, the homeowner required clear access

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• Tile/grout

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• Shower renovation

• Acid washing tiles

• Replacing cracked tiles

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If you need help getting your

garden back in order after

repairs, need any type of

landscape construction work

or garden restoration.

Phone 021 272 0303

Occupational Therapy

for Seniors

Stay safe and

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Independence with

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Live a full life, the

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For an in-home assessment of your

needs call Catherine or Louise

(Registered Occupational Therapists)

Port Hill Therapists

027 221 9071 or 021 0231 3482

3379602

email: info@porthilltherapists.co.nz

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Summer is the ideal time to get your tree work

done. Jims Trees offer a range of professional

services which includes, tree pruning and tree

removal, hedge trimming and hedge removal

mulching/chipping and stump grinding.

Our clientele includes, private

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sites, commercial properties,

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For a free quote call us on

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www.jimstrees.co.nz


Wednesday November 23 2016

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Situations Vacant

Community Coordinator

– Mt. Pleasant Community Centre

The MPMCCRA is looking for an enthusiastic

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Responsibilities will include (but not limited to):

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Wednesday November 23 2016

Four Grenadier Seasons Ferrymead

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Fendalton

56 Totara Street

Set on a massive 1055 square metre section (complete with two driveways), is this classic Fendalton

1920s character home. She sustained largely cosmetic damage in the earthquakes, but remains

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fifth bedroom/study/second lounge, large dining area, lounge, a modern kitchen, and a huge new

garage on site - this is an opportunity that will appeal to renovators, developers, and those looking to

move into this highly desirable location.

Auction: 8 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5024

David Searle Ph 021 565 950

4 1 2 2 Mt Pleasant

4 2 2 2

46 Main Road

On the flat but with a stunning water views, this location is arguably one of the most desirable

addresses in the Mt Pleasant area. A prime position tucked off the main road and within an easy stroll

to the array of café’s and shops in the rapidly developing Ferrymead area. This gorgeous spacious

character home being sold ‘as is - where is’ is nestled on an established 569 sqm site and enjoys

unobstructed water views and full day sun. Being protected from the prevailing easterly means you

can maximise your time spent relaxing or entertaining outdoors.

Auction: 15 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5033

Deb Beesley Ph 027 280 8837

Woolston 131 Mackenwie Avenue

Redcliffs 4 Celia Street

Mt Pleasant 44 Major Hornbrook Road

Avonhead 21 Birkenhead Street

3 1 1 2 4 2 2 2 3 2 2 1 3 1 1

2

Auction: 8 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5027

Auction: 8 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5021

Auction: 8 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5025

Auction: 8 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5022

Liz Lewis

Ph 027 453 0952

Alison Carter

Ph 027 431 8960

Deb Beesley

Ph 027 280 8837

Alison Carter

Ph 027 431 8960

Fendalton 234 Clyde Road

Sumner 26 Whitfield Avenue

Mt Pleasant 7 Hatherly Lane

Sumner 30 Richmond Hill Road

3 1 1 1

3 2 1 1

4 3 2 2

3 1 2 2

Auction: 8 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5028

Auction: 1 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5020

Auction: 1 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5017

Auction: 1 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nzID#FM4998

Michelle Ward

Ph 027 203 7858

Alison Carter

Ph 027 431 8960

Kirsty McLeod

Ph 027 226 5893

Michelle Ward

Ph 027 203 7858

Greg Powell

Branch Manager

027 274 6157

Alison

Carter

027 431 8960

Michelle

Ward

027 203 7858

Deb

Beesley

027 280 8837

Joy

Butel

021 353 280

Chris

Moores

027 588 4440

David

Searle

021 565 950

Kirsty

McLeod

027 226 5893

Liz

Lewis

027 453 0952

This could

be you!

Ferrymead

Carol

Williams

027 282 4950

Mari

Crampton

027 230 1098

Catherine

Dougall

027 588 6844

Dave

Elston

0274 593 165

Chris

Smart

021 871 100

Craig

Todd

027 642 1075

Lisa

Ny

027 622 5060

Megan

Jarratt

027 841 2335

Shaun

Davey

027 953 8860

Alistair

Hazeldine

027 572 1555

1020 Ferry Rd Ferrymead • Ph 384 7950 • harcourtsgrenadier.co.nz

Grenadier Real Estate Ltd MREINZ is a Licensed Agent Under the

Real Estate Agents Act 2008

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