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SLOW DOWN: Love Little River members put up this

sign in the hamlet to get motorists to be cautious on the

roads.

• By Annabelle Dick

LITTLE RIVER residents won’t

give up the fight to lower the speed

limit through a stretch of the

hamlet to 50km/h.

The city council is consulting

with the public to change the speed

limit from 70km/h to 60km/h on

the Little River section of State

Highway 75.

It comes after the Love Little

River group presented a petition

with more than 1000 signatures

to the New Zealand Transport

Agency in November 2015 to try

and get it lowered from 70km/h to

50km/h.

While residents are happy to see

the limit lowered, it’s still not what

they want.

The proposed changes will see

the limit lowered on SH75 200m

south-west of Morrisons Rd to

270m north-east of Western Valley

Rd.

“This isn’t the end of the

campaign in that our group and

a lot of locals are still wanting

50km/h,” Love Little River secretary

Marcus Puentener said.

“60 km/h is what NZTA said they

would do, let’s take what we can,

but we’ll still be campaigning for a

lower limit.”

Residents have been battling for

about 10 years to have it lowered

due to safety concerns.

Mr Puentener said vehicles

overtake each when travelling

through the township, and

residents and visitors often cross

the thoroughfare to get to different

shops.

NZTA reviewed the speed limit

through the township and could

only offer a limit of 60km/h.

•Turn to page 3

HARBOUR

HISTORY

IN PRINT

Governors Bay resident Jane

Robertson has spent more than five

years compiling her new book Head

of the Harbour, which is an in-depth

history of Teddington to Governors

Bay. The book has articles from

past and present day residents and

uncovers history from the area that

was, until now, widely unknown.

•Story, p4

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Wednesday December 7 2016

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News....................................3-19

HATS OFF to Jane Robertson for

her fantastic book, Head of the

Harbour.

It’s an amazing compilation of

facts, photos and every detail you

need to know about that part of the

harbour. It took Jane, from Governors

Bay, five years to put together.

We look at the book on pages 4-5.

The book concentrates on the

area from Teddington to Governors

Bay and recounts stories from

past and present day residents. It

covers the formation of the landscape,

local fauna and flora and

Maori and European settlement.

A couple of young surfers from

the area did very well at the South

Island Primary School Champs at

North Beach (see page 16). Sumner

School’s Ava Henderson won both

the year 7 and 8 girls’ events,

while Point Surf Team’s Jack Tyro

finished second in the year 6 and

under boys’ section.

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News

ADVOCATING FOR CHANGE: Love Little River members (from left), Holly and Gabe Calcott,

Marcus Puentener, Paul Bradford, Laurie Williams and Sharon McIver want to see the 70km/h

speed limit lowered to 50km/h.

Speed limit battle not over

•From page 1

But Mr Puentener said it’s

inconsistent with speed limits

around the area.

“They (NZTA) said there needs

to be consistency and if people

drive through one township and

it’s 70 km/h and another where

it’s 70 km/h they’re going to get

confused. But in Tai Tapu it’s

50km/h, so having it 70km/h at

Little River, isn’t that confusing?”

he said.

A flush median will also be

painted at the start of the 60km/h

speed limit, and in the central

section of the township there will

be wider painted edge lines and

centre lines.

Extending the existing 50km/h

speed limit on Western Valley Rd

to the Church Rd intersection has

also been proposed.

“The battle might be lost but

the war isn’t finished yet,” Mr

Puentener said.

Consultation is open until December

16 and if approved, speed

limit changes will be implemented

in March.

Bid to fight boat

mooring bylaw

• By Annabelle Dick

MOORING OWNERS are

banding together to fight a new

bylaw they say strips them of

their rights.

Environment Canterbury’s

Navigation Safety Bylaw, which

came into effect on October 10,

has banned mooring owners

from selling their berths.

The bylaw also threatens to

remove an owner’s mooring if

it’s unused for more than six

months.

Tui Scott, who owns a mooring

at French Farm, is outraged

at the bylaw changes.

“Everyone I’ve spoken to is

annoyed and upset because

they’ve spent a lot of money on

their moorings or spent a lot

of money maintaining it over a

period of years,” he said.

A mooring can cost anywhere

from $1000 to $20,000. While

the buyer doesn’t ‘own’ it, they

have authorisation over the area

indefinitely. But under the new

bylaw, a mooring owner can no

longer sell it once they’re done

with it or don’t want it – they

have to pass authorisation to

ECan.

“A friend paid $30,000 for two

moorings in Akaroa but now

they’re worthless when he’s finished

with them,” Mr Scott said.

As part of the changes, a

mooring authorisation can also

be stripped if a mooring is left

vacant for more than 180 days

in a year.

Authorisation can also be

revoked if a person has not paid

fees set out within the bylaw in

three months.

“These changes are supposedly

under navigational safety,

but they’re nothing to do with

safety. It appears to us it’s a

money grab or an asset grab,”

Mr Scott said.

The changes have prompted

mooring owners in Canterbury

to create a group to fight the

new bylaw and get it reviewed.

They’ve got legal representation

looking over the bylaw and

they want more mooring owners

to come on board.

“I’ve got 100 names so far

and I’ve had 50 people pledge

money for the kitty for fighting

this.”

•To be a part of the mooring

group challenging the bylaw

changes email Tui Scott

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Wednesday December 7 2016

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Author recounts stories of past and

• By Annabelle Dick

JANE ROBERTSON’S five years

of research has paid off as her

book about Lyttelton Harbour’s

history is about to be released.

Ms Robertson’s book, Head

of the Harbour, gives a timeline

of the area from Teddington to

Governors Bay and recounts

stories from past and present day

residents.

The book talks about the

formation of the landscape, local

fauna and flora and Maori and

European settlement.

“It started off as a little project

and I thought I’d interview some

of the older residents in Governors

Bay to get some record of

their stories,” she said.

Her book is being endorsed

and launched by Heathcote

Valley-born historian Gordon

Ogilvie on Sunday.

He has published several

award-winning books on the

Port Hills and Banks Peninsula’s

history.

The idea occurred to Ms Robertson

to write a book as there

were no other publications that

told such an extensive history of

the harbour head.

“Some people have written

family histories and there are

other books available but there

STORY TELLER: Jane Robertson’s book provides an extensive history of the harbour area.

PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN

hasn’t been anything that’s covered

the whole area and brought

it all together. I think people

are looking forward to having it

documented in one place,” Ms

Robertson

Two hundred copies of the

book have already been prepurchased.

FROM THE ARCHIVE: The

pupils of Governors Bay

School, 1903.

Courtesy of Chris Bond

It’s taken her five years to compile

the book. Ms Robertson said

it was a large feat but managed to

source the information through

many different means.

“I got into archival research

using old newspapers, the museum

library, resources that were

available as well as unpublished

materials. Another primary

source was diaries and letters

from local families,” she said.

While undertaking research,

she uncovered some interesting

finds which she says are included

in the book.

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BAY HARBOUR

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present Lyttelton

“One of the things that I learnt

was that in Teddington in the

1860s there was a 90m jetty that

extended out into the mud flats

and there’s still evidence of the

jetty there but it was washed away

in the 1868 tidal wave. The book

also has a lot of photos that people

haven’t seen before,” she said.

This is the first book she’s ever

written.

Ms Robertson is a teacher and

academic by trade who lectured

at the College of Education and

worked at Canterbury University.

She resigned to start an editing

business before working on Head

of the Harbour.

“There’s something really nice

about writing in the area that

you’re living in especially if you

feel passionate about it – it’s such

a beautiful spot,” Ms Robertson

said.

The hardcover Head of the Harbour,

which weighs 2.4kg, retails

for $100.

•Next week, excerpts from the

book

HISTORY: Head of the

Harbour gives a timeline of

Governors Bay jetty and other

jetties, which are now nonexistent.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

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all entries must include your

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number. Entries close

Wednesday, December 14.

Winners will be published in

the Wednesday, December

21 edition.

Buck to stand down

as chairwoman

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

SALLY BUCK will stand down

as chairwoman of the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board midway through her

three-year term.

She was voted chairwoman at

the board’s first official meeting

last month. But she told

Star Media the board agreed

she would step down after 18

months in order to allow a

younger member of the board to

take up the role.

She was nominated for the

role due to her experience as

being a city councillor and on

the Canterbury District Health

Board.

The board are in support of

this move, members Darrell

Latham, Brenda Lowe-Johnson,

Tim Lindley and Jake McLellan,

as well as city councillors Sara

Templeton, Yani Johanson and

Deon Swiggs backed Ms Buck’s

call to stand down halfway

through.

But a lone voice against the

proposal Alexandra Davids has

voiced her disapproval at the

decision.

“I think the chair is a very

important role and should be

continual throughout the three

years,” she said.

Ms Davids was nominated

for both chair and deputy but

missed out.

Ms Davids said she was “a

little disappointed” she wasn’t

elected for either position.

“Politics seems to get in the

way sometimes,” she said.

She also ran for city councillor

against incumbent Cr Johanson

but missed out by about 1400

votes in the local body elections.

Ms Buck said sharing the

load is a good way to spread the

amount of work to be done by

the board. She said continuity

would not be an issue and

residents could contact whoever

they liked on the board.

“It is the same people on the

community board whoever

chairs it. Residents contact all

the board members, not just the

chair,” she said.

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Community Board chairwoman

Karolin Potter said she won’t

step down as chairwoman half

way through the term. Deputy

chairwoman Melanie Coker

said it was unusual and not

something they had discussed as

a board.

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Wednesday December 7 2016

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Salsa success

PERFORMER: Caitlin Quinn has been dancing for four years, taking part in

numerous competitions. ​

• By Caitlin MIles

IT MAY have been the first time Caitlin

Quinn competed in an international Salsa

dancing competition but that didn’t stop her

from taking home a second and two thirds.

The 14-year-old of Woolston competed in

the World Salsa Solo competition in Brisbane

at the weekend.

Caitlin came second in Salsa Shines

Youth category and received two thirds in

the Youth Freestyle and Mixed Latin Duets

categories. Caitlin said since she had never

competed at this competition before she

wasn’t focused on winning.

“For me it’s more about the experience of

being there with all of these dancers from

around the world,” Caitlin said.

Earlier this year she competed in the youth

section of the New Zealand Salsa Solo competition.

She placed first in youth couples,

third in salsa soloist and fourth in salsa

teams. These results made her able to qualify

for the World Salsa Solo competition.

She has been dancing with Latin Fire

Dance Company for four years, spending

five hours a week training.

Caitlin started with hip-hop and then jazz

dancing, she decided to try out salsa when

her friend Natasha suggested it.

“I thought I’d try a youth salsa class with

my friend and it just went from there,” Caitlin

said.

Caitlin has been training in hip-hop, jazz,

contemporary, salsa, bachata, cha-cha and

zouk ever since.

“It’s a lot of fun and the tutors are really

great too,” she said.

DANCING: Caitlin decided to try a

salsa class for fun four years ago, since

then her passion for Latin dancing has

grown.

Dancing isn’t the only extra-curricular

activity she does, while being a Marian College

student she also manges to fit in speech,

drama, basketball, netball, water polo and

swimming as well. She said it’s hard work

juggling everything and fitting in time to

be with her friends and by the end of the

week her muscles are “pretty sore” but she

wouldn’t change it.

Caitlin plans to keep dancing and competing,

aiming to constantly improve and grow

her skill set.


Wednesday December 7 2016

News

BAY HARBOUR

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Community TO celebrates A NEW LOCATION library IN opening

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The library opened its doors

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The original library was

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Wednesday December 7 2016

News

Get ready for Chch’s iconic fun run

THOUSANDS OF Cantabrians from

all walks of life are starting their

preparations for The Star City2Surf

with Mike Pero on Sunday, March 19.

Entries are now open for the 43rd

running of the event.

In the past, the 14km event (starting

at Centennial Park) has been

seen as for runners only, but with

the introduction of the very popular

Sport Canterbury 6km event (starting

at Hansen Park), this fun run is really

about movement, whether it be running,

jogging or walking.

Both events finish at Ferrymead

playing fields, which will be full of

family entertainment and prizes. The

fun run is also free to participants

under 10-years-old.

Next year’s The Star City2Surf with

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on the running shoes and get to the

finish line are the Diaz family.

The family began its journey to a

healthy lifestyle through a Facebook

page Hungry4Hauora. It highlights

the family’s journey of ups and downs

on the way to a healthy lifestyle.

Normally very camera shy, Rudolph

and wife Telena want to inspire others,

especially the Maori and Pacific

community.

After just two months of regular

exercise and nutritious eating, Mr

Diaz says he has already noticed a difference

in his energy levels and skin

health.

Working as a health and well-being

adviser at He Waka Tapu, Mr Diaz

is urging others who are looking to

lose weight and live a healthy lifestyle,

to use The Star City2Surf with Mike

Pero as a vehicle for change.

He Waka Tapu had 600 participants

in the 2016 event and is aiming to

reach 1000 participants in 2017.

The family has already set about

getting active, regularly attending

training circuits with the Hale Compound

Conditioning organisation.

“A big part of the fitness group we

are in is to set goals throughout the

year. City2Surf is the main goal for a

lot of people in our group,” Mr Diaz

said.

Getting fit for the 6km or 14km

event will be just the start for the

family who are looking to get to their

goal weights by next October. Mr

Diaz is hoping to get from 140kg,

which he weighed two months ago,

down to 95kg.

ACTIVE: Rudolph and Telena Diaz are on a

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Wednesday December 7 2016

A BRANCH OF

SCHOOLS

Redcliffs School’s inaugural barn dance saw

hundreds of Bay Harbour residents enjoy

the chance to let their hair down. After a

challenging few years, the school community

took the opportunity to celebrate. They were

joined by Lyttelton band The Eastern, who had

just returned from an international tour. The

dance was the school’s main fundraiser for

the year, with ticket sales and a live auction. It

was supported by local businesses, and the

event secured substantial funds for additional

resources at the school.

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BAY HARBOUR

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PAGE 12 BAY HARBOUR

Wednesday December 7 2016

Your Local Views

Lions provide Kaikoura

earthquake relief

• By Lions Club of Lyttelton

secretary Mary Jamieson

HERE IT is

December

already. I have

just returned

from a month in

Australia where I

visited five states

and caught up with heaps of

friends, former workmates and

family. I had a great time and

managed to miss the Kaikoura

earthquake.

My heart goes out to the people

of Kaikoura, as here in Christchurch

we have a very good idea of

what lies ahead for them.

Hopefully, the powers that be

will be more efficient this time.

Lions International and NZ Lions

swung into action and grants of

$20,000 have gone to Kaikoura.

The local Lions will make sure

this is well spent.

While I was away, Lyttelton

Lions held a successful barbecue,

a membership drive (not successful)

and a garage sale.

All the funds we raise get spent

mainly in the local area and no

administration fees are deducted.

It would be great to get some new

members in 2017. Think about

the effect you could make in the

local community. Our president

is available on 384 6124 or 027

436 1901.

December is always a frantic

month with so many end of year

parties. I hope you survive them

all and have a lovely day on December

25.

The president and members of

the Lions Club of Lyttelton wish

everyone a happy Christmas and

a great New Year.

Wear a lifejacket

• BY GARY MANCH,

NAVIGATIONAL SAFETY OFFICER,

LYTTELTON

IT’S A real tragedy when

people lose their lives whether

it’s on the water, in the water,

or elsewhere.

The recent events up in the

North Island where seven

families are now without

a friend, husband, dad or

partner due to a charter

vessel capsizing is absolutely

something that no one should

have to go through. The sad

thing is that sometimes these

fatalities can be prevented

through the wearing of

lifejackets.

I can’t comment on the

recent boating incident as the

matter is still under investigation

and, in time, the coroner

will make a finding, but what

we do know from past experience

is that correctly fitted lifejackets

save lives, end of story.

Maritime New Zealand, in

conjunction with Coastguard

New Zealand and Rebel Sport,

is offering discounted lifejackets.

Rebel Sport is offering a

20 per cent discount for two

weeks from December 1, 2016,

Pirate’s Corner

and coastguard is touring New

Zealand with a van offering

old for new lifejackets, with

the new ones being heavily

discounted. Go to www.

coastguard.nz to see when they

will be near you.

If your lifejacket is old,

or worn, now is the time to

update it with a new one.

Lifejackets do not last for ever

and it’s crucial you check them

regularly for wear or damage

and, if it is an inflatable one,

make sure the gas cylinders

are not corroded and in good

condition.

For any inflatable lifejacket,

we suggest you manually

inflate them and leave it overnight.

If it is still fully inflated

in the morning, then the bladder

is sound. However, if in

doubt, chuck it out, or take it to

one of your local boating shops

or lifejacket retailers and have

the jacket checked out before

using.

One of our slogans this year

is “Nobody’s faster than disaster”

and, quite honestly, it’s

pretty hard to argue with.

With the Christmas holidays

coming up, more and more of

you will be out boating, whether

it’s in a canoe or power boat

and the waterways will become

busier and busier.

My request to all of you out

there is wear a lifejacket when

in your boat, no matter what

size or type. Christmas is supposed

to be a time of joy and

celebration, not mourning.

On that note, please be careful

out there, let’s have a safe

boating summer.

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Wednesday December 7 2016

Christmas

Shops bursting with

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The countdown to the big day is well underway, so making

up the Christmas gift list will now be a top priority… if you

haven’t already done so.

Finding those special gifts and stocking

fillers as well as the Christmas treats for

the table is so easy at our city’s malls and

shopping centres, where the shops are

bursting with festive merchandise.

Every woman likes to receive bodypampering

gifts, and there is a huge

selection of these priced to suit all budgets

at the many pharmacies and gift shops

around the city. Perfume is another

favourite and again there is a wide

selection to choose from, ranging from

exciting new releases to the well-known

fragrances that have stood the test of time.

Lingerie, jewellery, fashion accessories,

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end to the ideas for the women on the list.

The men are equally well catered for, from

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Speaking of smiles, nothing gives families

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Whether they are delivered by Santa or

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the cuddly toys, games, dolls and building

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The tweens and teens usually have their

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Wednesday December 7 2016

Your Local Views

Listening is vital

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 15

Christchurch

Coastal Residents

United spokesman

Darrell Latham

talks about city

council decisions

in the Bay Harbour

area

Recently I was the

guest speaker at the Ferrymead Sumner

Men’s Probus Club.

Prior to the meeting a list of suggested

topics was emailed to me. Included

was the Redcliffs School situation,

coastal hazards, other local issues and

wait for it, the following question –

stupid council decisions! How they

happen and why won’t they listen?

What can we do?

I thought, how do I deal with this

curly monster?

My first thought was to run a 100

miles from it. Answers could be

injurious to my health and ruinous

to my tenure as a community board

member. My wife reminded me that I

was elected to serve, not to cut and run

from difficult questions or situations.

“Answer the question she said,’’ and I

did.

Yes, I agreed that at times council

decisions failed the common sense

sniff test. Yes, I agreed that consultation

needed to be about residents having

their say and being listened to.

They’d had a gutsful of disingenuous

processes. So how do we achieve better

outcomes?

The process of city making is complicated.

Listening to people’s concerns

is vital. If councils can do this in a genuinely

collaborative way, then people

will engage.

Top-down planning “puts urban

professionals in the driver’s seat” but

loses out on community engagement;

while “bottom-up planning does the

reverse, and loses the benefits of professional

expertise.”

The best solution is a combination.

However, I reminded them that

people must engage and not be complacent.

As recently elected councillors and

community board members we need

to be reminded that we are here to

serve our constituents. Sure, consultation

does not always mean consensus.

Sure, sometimes even council

decision-making processes are guided

by health and safety regulations.

Nevertheless, too often lately I am

hearing that council decision-making

is top down. We can and we must do

better!

•Do you have a view on Latham’s

opinions? Email annabelle.dick@

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LIFESAVER: Canterbury Trailer Yacht Squadron commodore John Cullens

(left) hands over a defibrillator to Naval Point Club Lyttelton commodore Dave

Anderson. CTYS is one of many clubs based at the Lyttelton port which felt that

with so many members a defibrillator was a safety net for people who use the

facilities

A reader responds to

an article in the Bay

Harbour News on

November 23 on coastal

hazards.

Val McClimont,

Woolston – In a few weeks,

two years will have elapsed

since the city council’s commissioning

of the second

Tonkin & Taylor report. That

report predicted a sea level

rise of 1000mm in the following

100 years. Therefore

our sea levels should have

increased by 20mm in the

last two years.

Sea level increases have

been taking place around our

coastlines at between 1.6mm

and 3mm a year for well over

100 years.

The longest span of sea

level records have been kept

by the Port of Auckland – a

straight line graph, no acceleration.

The latest study we have of

New Zealand sea levels was

published in 2008. It confirms

the slow incremental

year by year increase that

again produces a straight

line graph with no sign of

acceleration.

According to the NIWA

web site, Lyttelton registers a

sea level increase of 1.9mm a

year, less than one fifth of the

T&T prediction.

The notations on our coastal

property LIMs are based

on predictions that are not

verified by a reality check.

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remove the notations is a

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Wednesday December 7 2016

SPORTS

YOUNG GUN: Sumner’s Jack Tyro surfed well to come second in

the year 6 and under boys’ section. PHOTOS: MARK O’MALLEY

DOUBLE: Ava Henderson, of Sumner School, seen here earlier in the year, took away two titles

on Saturday, winning both the year 7 and year 8 girls’ events.

Surfers impress at school champs

BAY HARBOUR surfers were

among the winners at Saturday’s

South Island Primary School

Champs.

Held at North Beach, the

competition saw school representatives

vie to be named the

best in their year group.

Sumner School’s Ava Henderson

was the best performer out

of the Bay Harbour schools.

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

HEATHCOTE’S senior cricket

side has been promoted to the

city’s top two-day competition.

Heathcote beat Burnside West

Christchurch University in

the 2B competition play-off on

Saturday to secure a spot in the

2A competition.

Heathcote officials asked

Canterbury Metro Cricket for a

relegation and promotion-style

tournament in the 2A and

2B competitions, which was

implemented at the start of the

season.

“For us, it was a big win

because we’ve been pushing

for that promotion-relegation

style for a while. We’ve also

been pushing for us to have that

premier status and now we have

it,” said Heathcote secretary

Paul Corliss.

The side finished fourth in the

She won both the year 7 and 8

girls’ events.

Jack Tyro, of Sumner club

Point Surf Team, also finished

second in the year 6 and under

boys’ section.

New Brighton Catholic

School’s Myka Black took home

the year 8 boys’ title, while

Rawhiti School’s Dara O’Malley

was also impressive, winning

2B competition.

Mr Corliss said it had been

a long struggle for the team,

which had players who were

anxious to either qualify

for the top competition or move

on.

“There are a few of our

the year 7 boys’ title.

The championship, now in its

13th year, was run by the North

Wai Boardriders Club.

Saturday’s wind provided testing

conditions for the organisers

and surfers.

However, good numbers and

some impressive action on the

water made for a great day’s

surfing.

Heathcote earns promotion

ON FORM: Heathcote’s Craig

Primmer in action during

the team’s promotion match

against BWCU on Saturday.

players that love playing for

Heathcote but had sometimes

been wanting to play premiers

and they’ve been waiting a long

time for that. The good ones

understandably want to play up

a grade and now they can.”

It is unclear who will be

relegated from the top flight to

make way for Heathcote.

Mr Corliss said he had faith

the team could make the step up

to the top flight.

“I don’t think they’ll be

embarrassed or shown up at all,”

he said.

The side is looking forward

to playing its first 2A match

against Lancaster Park at

Heathcote Domain on Saturday.

Results

•Year 6 and under boys:

Campbell Heasley, 1; Jack

Tyro, 2; Jack McKenzie, 3;

Tom Robertson, 4.

•Year 7 boys: Dara O’Malley,

1; Jack McKenzie, 2; Brooklyn

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•Year 7 girls: Ava Henderson,

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•Year 8 boys: Myka Black, 1;

James Miller, 2; Jai Oakley, 3;

Dara O’Malley, 4.

Year 8 girls: Ava Henderson,

1; Lily Robertson, 2; Eden

Hungerford, 3; Ruby

Armstrong, 4.

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Wednesday December 7 2016

News

Fundraiser earns $130,000 for Starship’s

STARSHIP’S national air

ambulance service has been

given over $130,000 after a

fundraiser tea party held at

Mona Vale.

It was the second year the

Christchurch Diamonds and

Stars Tea Party has taken place,

an event organised by the

Friends of Starship.

A marquee was set up on the

Iris Lawn and 240 guests attended

on November 27.

Silent and live auctions were

held, with items such as Bruce

Springsteen tickets, a return trip

to Honolulu for two plus five

nights of accommodation, and

swimming lessons up for grabs.

Phil McGoldrick was the auctioneer,

while Jenny Burtt Florist

owner Dale Brown donated the

orchid centrepieces on the tables

that were later auctioned off.

The air ambulance service

flies medical experts to children

in life-threatening emergencies

around the country, and they

treat the children in the aircraft

on the way to Starship.

Sam and Connor Knowles and

Vanessa Pardoe were the guest

GUESTS OF HONOUR: Guest family, Sam and Connor Knowles,

and Vanessa Pardoe at the tea party. Connor, 6, was flown to

Starship in the air ambulance after being hit by a car in May.

family at the event, who know all

too well the importance of the

service.

Six-year-old Connor was hit by

a car in May and was flown in the

air ambulance to Starship with a

broken pelvis, a brain bleed and

the ligaments holding his head

onto his back bone were torn.

He was in a coma for 10 days

and spent the next two weeks at

Starship.

The tea party was hosted by

Friends of Starship co-chairwomen

Charlotte Smulders and

Gina Satterthwaite, while radio

and television personality Mike

Puru was the MC.

Mrs Smulders said the money

raised was crucial for the service.

“It’s an essential service to fly

our sick and injured children

from the South Island, receiving

critical and world class care as

they fly. The care on board can

make the difference between life

and death.”

Last year, 432 children were

admitted to Starship from the

South Island – more than one

each day.

The Starship Foundation raises

$1.5 million each year to fund

the air ambulance.

Moet & Chandon provided

the champagne for the tea party,

while CoLab, Clive Barrington

Construction, Continental and

EY were the event sponsors.

GOOD CAUSE: Friends of Starship co-chairwomen Gina

Satterthwaite (left) and Charlotte Smulders, with MC Mike Puru,

and Starship Foundation chief executive Brad Clark.

PHOTOS: GILBERT WEALLEANS

ESSENTIAL SERVICE: The Starship team from Auckland who

came down for the event.


Wednesday December 7 2016

BAY HARBOUR

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RAISING MONEY: Mayor Lianne Dalziel and

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Wednesday December 7 2016

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Knit ’n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-11am

Head along to Lyttelton Library

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knitting, crochet or other portable

craft project and enjoy time

with other crafters.

Temporary Lyttelton Library

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Meditation and Buddhism

Wednesdays, today, 7.30pm –

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Each class consists of a guided

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11am-7pm.

The annual miniature

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​Sumner-Redcliffs community

Christmas carols

Thursday, December 8, 6.30pm

Here’s one for the calendar:

Sumner Bays Union Trust’s

annual community Christmas

carols is 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 massed 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 go along to join in

some Christmas musical fun.

Sumner Surf Lifesaving Club,

31 Main Rd, Sumner

Create ’n’ Connect art and

craft group

Thursday, December 8, 9:30am

to noon

Go and enjoy creativity in

company! Take your project

along, or others can help provide

inspiration for something new to

do. Phone Beth for more info on

022 678 1252.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Baby Times

Friday, December 9, 10.30am-

11am

Community Christmas Party, Sunday, December 18, noon -

3pm. Go and join in a fun interactive Christmas party. Santa will

arrive and be in the grotto to meet children and take photos.

There will be a bouncy castle, games for all ages, as well as

a free sausage sizzle and beverages. Free admission. Banks

Peninsula Rugby Club Rooms, Western Valley Rd, Little River.

During each session there is a

variety of stories, songs, rhymes,

fingerplays and other book related

activities. The programmes

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two-year-olds.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

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Learn to Sail

Saturday, December 10, 9am –

5.30pm

Learning to sail is a lot of

fun and provides children and

adults of all ages with valuable

life skills. To help children and

families to get into sailing in an

easy and affordable way without

the upfront cost of having to purchase

a boat, Naval Point Club in

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Naval Point Club Lyttelton,

Erskine Point, Lyttelton

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Monday, December 12, 9.30am-

11.30am during term time

All welcome, $2 per family.

Phone Vanessa 384 1815

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Storytimes/Wā Kōrero

Tuesday, December 13, 11am-

11.30am

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Kōrero pukapuka, pūoru, korikori.

Temporary Lyttelton Library at

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REAL ESTATE

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4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 3 living rooms | 1 dining room | 3 off-street parks | Listing # 3183

A rare opportunity to acquire a prime

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Four Grenadier Seasons Ferrymead

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Redcliffs

4 2 3

5 Basil Place

Fun and laughter has filled this home as it was designed and built to meet the demands of any

growing family, and the current owners have loved raising their children in this idyllic location. Set in

a peaceful cul-de-sac, the home offers expansive living with 2 separate lounges as well as stylish main

kitchen/family room that is very much the hub of the home. Friends will enjoy visiting as the home

features superb indoor and alfresco entertaining options; including an expansive Vegola covered deck

leading to the sparkling, heated pool surrounded by frameless glass and manicured rear gardens.

Auction: Thursday 15 Dec 12:00 p.m. (98 Moorhouse Avenue), Unless Sold Prior

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5037

Chris Moores Ph 027 588 4440

2 Mt Pleasant

5 2 1

4 Muritai Terrace

This inviting modernised home offers great family space, sun and enticing sea and city views. The functional

floor plan allows room for all the family and for those who love to entertain. Fully repaired and tastefully

renovated, all that’s left is for you to move in and enjoy. The home provides very generous dining/living plus a

separate lounge, complete with a new clean air approved log burner. The living space opens to a wide sunny

deck, creating the ideal indoor/ outdoor flow for alfresco dining, or simply relaxing and unwinding

while soaking in those expansive views.

Auction: Thursday 15 Dec 12:00 p.m. (In rooms), Unless Sold Prior

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5032

Deb Beesley Ph 027 280 8837

Mt Pleasant 59 Major Hornbrook Road

Papanui 32 Moreland Avenue

Mt Pleasant 91 Cannon Hill Crescent

Sumner 22 Tuawera Terrace

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

4 3 1

1

Auction: 20 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5038

Deb Beesley

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Auction: 15 December 2016, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5019

David Searle

Ph 021 565 950

Price: $699,000

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Deb Beesley

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View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5018

Joy Butel

Ph 021 353 280

Woolston 28 Charlesworth Street

Redcliffs 17 Mandalay Lane

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Waltham 121A Osborne Street

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Price: $420,000

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Catherine Dougall

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Alison Carter

Ph 027 431 8960

Auction: 15 December 2016, 12pm

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Deb Beesley

Ph 027 280 8837

Price: $230,000

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