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Intersection to face changes

• By Annabelle Dick

WE TOLD you so.

That could be the catchcry of

residents after the city council

looks to do a U-turn on the St

Andrews Hill Bridle Path intersection.

The city council has developed

two options to change the Ferrymead

intersection that will go

out for public consultation next

month.

In a post-construction safety

audit, the city council’s own traffic

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design problems they say should

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pre-construction audit was done

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Fight to make intersection

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Heathcote Valley

• By Bridget Rutherford

CONCERNS WITH a

contentious Ferrymead

intersection will go to a city

council committee tomorrow,

in a bid to get “urgent”

improvements made to it.

Hagley-Ferrymead Community

Board chairwoman Sara

Templeton will speak before the

infrastructure, transport and

environment committee about

the board’s concerns with the St

Andrews Hill and Bridle Path

Rds intersection.

The board wants the committee

to consider the safety issues

of the intersection and take “urgent

action” to improve the way

it operates and make it safer.

It comes a month after a city

council report criticised the layout

of the intersection.

A cyclist also received minor

injuries after being knocked off

his bike there on May 12.

The city council designed

and installed the intersection as

part of the Ferrymead Bridge

rebuild.

It became operational in

September.

But in a recent report, the city

council’s own traffic engineers

found significant design problems

they say should have been

picked up when a pre-construction

safety audit was done in

February 2014.

The problems included

difficulties turning right onto

Bridle Path Rd from St Andrews

Hill Rd, the speed of vehicles

approaching the intersection, a

lack of visibility, and queuing of

vehicles.

Underground cables have

been laid so traffic signals could

be installed at the bottom of St

Andrews Hill Rd, at a cost of

$150,000.

The community board wants

city council staff to look into

installing those signals.

Residents have previously

told Bay Harbour News they

avoided using the intersection,

and they raised concerns

about the lay-out before it was

installed.

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Sara Templeton, who was critical

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for the Heathcote Ward said

yesterday it was slow process but

she was glad it was now being

looked at.

Motorists using the intersection

have reported difficulties

turning right onto Bridle Path

Rd from St Andrews Hill Rd, the

speed of vehicles approaching

the intersection, a lack of visibility,

and queuing of vehicles.

Said local resident Mike

Morrison: “It’s taken a while and

there must’ve been that many

people who said this isn’t a safe

intersection, so it’s good to see

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Ms Templeton said when

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Trophy goes missing

after celebrations

Sumner are one-day cricket champions for the

second year in a row – but they’ve lost the trophy.

After a deserved night out, the trophy was taken to

Cave Rock where celebrations continued, but the

trophy did not return home with the team. After the

match the team celebrated at St Leonards Square

before moving to a hotel. When it closed, team

member Marcus Thompson said some players

continued partying at Cave Rock. “Some of the

boys took it to Cave Rock in the early hours of the

morning and it hasn’t come back,” he said. The side

bowled Lancaster Park Addington all out for 92

runs. They chased down that total in just 15 overs.

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Wednesday December 21 2016

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DESK News.................................... 3-15

SHOULD PEOPLE who live in

Akaroa have the right to be buried

there in preference to those who

don’t live in the township?

That’s the issue being faced in

Akaroa (see page 3) as the city

council releases more plots to keep

up with demand.

You can’t pre-book/reserve a

plot for when that time invariably

comes, and it’s causing a few issues.

Some red faces in the Sumner

cricket side which won their oneday

championship for the second

year.

As we reveal on page 1, they’ve

lost the trophy, last seen at Cave

Rock in the early hours after, not

surprisingly, a decent sort of a

night celebrating.

And you can’t criticise the boys

for that!

If you know where the trophy

phone the club on 021 290 0989.

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Residents fear losing burial plots

• By Annabelle Dick

AKAROA RESIDENTS fear

they won’t be able to be buried

in their home town as

newly-added cemetery plots

can’t be reserved.

Last month, the city council

added 39 burial plots to the Anglican,

Catholic and Dissenters

cemeteries after years of pressure

from residents saying there

wasn’t enough.

But the plots aren’t available

for pre-purchase and long-time

residents are worried that anyone

throughout New Zealand

can be buried there.

“People have come to Akaroa

and said: ‘Oh this is fabulous,

when I die this is where I want

to go’. You go the

cemetery and you

have no idea who

three-quarters of

the people are –

even the recent

ones,” resident Judy

Warner said.

Ms Warner and her partner

Bernie Reid want to be laid to

rest in the township but she’s

worried there won’t be plots

when they pass away.

“My partner is 82. He was

born here, lived here, worked

here and he’s done a lot of community

work. I think it would be

FULL: Akaroa residents are worried they won’t be laid to rest in the township’s few burial plots

available as out-of-towners have taken a liking to the area.

terrible for us to have to scatter

his ashes and there’s no recognition

that he even lived here,” she

said.

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge (left) said it’s

not possible to reserve the new

plots and there won’t be any

preferential treatment for plot

purchase.

“The difficulty here is who

would qualify – permanent

residents or non-resident landowners

who may have a longer

association with Akaroa,” Mr

Rutledge said.

City council staff have been

advising residents to bury their

loved ones at Duvauchelle or

Le Bons cemeteries due to the

shortage.

Once the new plots are filled,

it’s likely people will be referred

to out-of-town cemeteries

again.

“Eventually it is anticipated

that all Akaroa burials and

ash interments will need to be

redirected to the Duvauchelle

Cemetery,” city council neighbourhood

and sports parks

operations manager Al Hardy

said.

Ms Warner said she’s been

in Akaroa for 50 years and

doesn’t want to be laid to rest

anywhere else.

“We’ve got to have something

that recognises the people of

Akaroa,” she said.

Banks Peninsula Community

Board member Janis Haley is

trying to get a memorial wall

and more plots added.

The city council is considering

options for Akaroa and investigations

will continue in the new

year.

•HAVE YOUR SAY:

Should Akaroa locals get

preferential treatment over

burial plots? Email your

views to annabelle.dick@

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In Brief

CHARGE STATIONS FOR CARS

Akaroa now has two of its own

electric vehicle charging stations.

The city council and electricity

network company Orion opened

the station on Rue Brittan

yesterday afternoon. It’s one of

several to be installed in Banks

Peninsula as a free charging

station was put in place adjacent

to the Little River Cafe & Store

and last month. The Little River

station is free to use until the

end of January and users will

have to pay about $10 to use it

from February onwards. Orion

is planning to roll-out more

chargers across Canterbury in the

next few months.

CYCLEWAY CONSULTATION

Public consultation will soon close

on the Heathcote Expressway

project. The Heathcote cycleway

will go from Heathcote through

to Woolston, Opawa, Waltham

and Sydenham into the central

city. It connects Heathcote,

Ferrymead and Woolston as

well as key destinations such as

Ferrymead Historic Park, The

Tannery and Ara Institute of

Canterbury. Consultation closes

on Friday at 4pm. To make a

submission go to https://www.

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major-cycle-routes/major-cycleroutes-consultation/heathcoteexpressway-consultation/.

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Wednesday December 21 2016

News

Grandmother inspiration for actress

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

WHEN ANNIE Kirkman

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Oliver Twist, she channels the

characteristics of her nan.

The English actress has performed

the role numerous times

in East Yorkshire and has now

travelled to Christchurch with

the East Riding Theatre to play

the role for the Lyttelton Arts

Factory.

“My grandma was a true

Cockney woman . . . she is

that very strong-minded,

independent woman,” Kirkman

said.

Her grandmother Mary

Haswell lived an “amazing life”

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and lived most of her life in East

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husband from a robber into an

honest man.

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and when he met my grandmother

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In the show, Nancy is known

as a “child of the streets,” thieving

for a London gang since the

about the age of six.

In spite of her rough life Nancy

is known to commit the most

noble act in the story – betraying

her criminal boyfriend Bill Sikes

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This leads to her violent death

by her boyfriend.

Kirkman said she has grown

up in a strong family of women

with feminist beliefs.

She said one of the biggest

things her grandmother said to

her was “it is okay to be on your

own and you need to know how

to be on your own.”

Since graduating from London’s

Mountview Academy of

Theatre Arts Kirkman has set

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She Productions for local female

actresses in East Yorkshire.

The company is the East

Riding Theatre’s company in

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While the East Riding

Theatre is ran by volunteers, it

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of theatre with Oscar-winning

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Adrian Rawlins, who played

the role of James Potter in the

Harry Potter film series is the

artistic director of the company.

In the spirit of Christmas, the

show will also raise funds for the

Christchurch City Mission.

Lyttelton Arts Factory manager

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Wednesday December 21 2016

BAY HARBOUR

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Interim consent granted for turbine

WE ARE ON THE

• By Annabelle Dick

erties and disturbed their sleep.

Resident Luke Pickering fought

A CONTROVERSIAL wind

the re-consent of the turbine as

turbine in Gebbies Valley will

well as other nearby homeowners.

be granted interim resource

Gebbies Pass Rd resident Lawrence

Hill is the closest neighbour

consent but it has to meet special

conditions first.

to the turbine sitting just 475m

The Environment

MOVE

Court will

away from the structure.

AGAIN...

give Windflow Technology Ltd

resource consent to operate its

Mr Hill said he couldn’t comment

on the case until the condi-

Gebbies Valley wind farm but it

has to supply an affidavit from a

tions had been set.

noise expert and a memorandum When the turbine isn’t active,

to the court.

the background sound in Mc-

The company is reapplying for a Queens Valley can be as low as

ten-year resource consent after its 18-20 decibels.

consent lapsed.

When the turbine is operating,

Environment Judge Jane the predicted sound level in Mc-

Borthwick asked for an affidavit Queens Valley is 26 decibels.

and more information with the The

TO

predicted noise

A

at Mr

NEW

Hill’s

LOCATION IN

application as she has concerns property is 37 decibels.

over Windflow’s proposal.

Under the city council’s Proposed

Christchurch Replacement

“While we will confirm the

grant of resource consent, because

of their wording, we remain can not exceed the background

District

FERRYMEAD,

Plan, wind farm sound

DUE TO

concerned with the enforceability sound level by more than five

of some of the proposed conditions

of consent,” she said. ever is greater.

decibels or 40 decibels – which-

Judge Borthwick also wants Windflow

EARTHQUAKE

Technology is

REPAIRS

sound readings to be supported expected to file and serve the

by expert evidence.

memorandum and affidavit by

The 33m turbine sits off Gebbies

Pass Rd and was installed in Judge Borthwick’s case

December 22.

2003.

manager Jessmae Kingston said

Since it was constructed, residents

in McQueens Valley said yet submitted

Windflow Technology has not

WATCH

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either the memorandum,

affidavit or the court-

criticised by residents for being too noisy.

THIS

The Gebbies Valley

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upon the enjoyment of their proprequested

information.

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Changes for

intersection

•From page 1

She was concerned about

the discrepancies between the

pre-construction audit and postconstruction

safety audit which

highlighted design failures.

The city council is remaining

tight-lipped about the options that

will go up for consultation in January.

“It would be inappropriate to

release them prior to the formal

consultation process commencing,”

city council head of transport Chris

Gregory said.

Underground ducting was laid

during construction so traffic

signals could be installed at the bottom

of St Andrews Hill Rd, at a cost

of $150,000.

The city council wouldn’t confirm

whether the new layout would

involve traffic lights.

If the consultation results in

changes to the intersection, construction

is expected to start late

next year.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: What

changes would you like to

see made at the St Andrews

Hill and Bridle Path Rds

intersection? Would traffic

signals at the bottom of St

Andrews Hill Rd help? Email

your views in less than 200

words to annabelle.dick@

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Wednesday December 21 2016

News

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 7

Last Wednesday saw the opening of two long-awaited community centres in the Bay Harbour area. The Governors Bay

and Heathcote Valley communities both held opening ceremonies for their facilities. They’ve been without a permanent

facility for more than five years after they sustained damage in the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.

Welcome addition to community

• By Annabelle Dick

HEATHCOTE Valley’s

community centre and volunteer

library is up and running after

more than five years of.

The new combined facility on

Bridle Path Rd sits on the former

community centre site.

“This beautiful building is a

welcome addition to the raft of

really great facilities in the Heathcote

Valley, and it’s the result of

our community working together

to determine what’s important

to us,” Heathcote Valley Community

Association chairwoman

Jackie Maurice said.

The Heathcote Valley Community

Library, which was

on Martindales Rd, and the

community centre were both

demolished after the February

22, 2011 earthquake.

Work began on site at the end

of June to create a new facility

that boasts several meeting

areas, a kitchen, bathroom facilities

and a large deck.

Before construction began, the

community was consulted on

what they wanted the centre to

look like.

The combined insurance proceeds

from those two buildings

OPEN FOR BUSINESS:

Linwood Ward councillor

Yani Johanson and

Heathcote Valley

Community Association

member Sooze Harris cut

the ribbon at the opening

ceremony last Wednesday. ​

of $807,000 was put towards the

cost of the new building.

The remainder of the $912,000

project was funded by a grant

and the city council.

Ms Maurice said while the

facility has gone up in a matter

of months, the planning, tendering

and city council negotiations

took several years.

“We were one of the first

community centres the council

had thought about rebuilding

so there were a few teething

problems because it was a new

process,” she said.

SONG AND DANCE: Governors Bay School pupils sing a waiata

as part of the opening celebration.

Multi-purpose centre

for Governors Bay

GOVERNORS BAY now has a

multi-purpose community centre

for residents after more than six

years without.

The new centre was opened

last Wednesday which means

residents again have a hub for

cultural, recreational and educational

activities and events.

Children from Governors Bay

School led the crowd in a waiata

before the building was blessed

and the senior school students

performed a kapa haka piece.

The old community centre

sustained damage as a result of

the September 2010 earthquake

and had to be demolished.

Banks Peninsula Community

Board chairwoman Christine

Wilson cut the ribbon with Governors

Bay Community Association

member Karen Banwell.

The new facility on Cresswell

Ave sits across the road from the

school.

PROJECT PROGRESS IN 2016 ACTIVITY IN 2017

1. An Accessible

City

• Work on Manchester and Durham Streets

well advanced.

• Durham Street:

– Kilmore to Armagh reopens to two-lane

traffic – early 2017

– Armagh to Tuam one lane until April.

• Manchester and Durham Streets finishing

late 2017.

Bealey Ave

Bealey Ave

2. Avon River

Precinct

Bealey Ave

• Triumphal Arch and Bridge of Remembrance

finished.

• The Terraces and Worcester East Terrace

finished.

• PGC site finished.

• Work starts on The Promenade – a sharedspace

streetscape, paved areas, gardens –

1st quarter.

• Works starts on restoration of Victoria Square

– 1st quarter.

• Margaret Mahy Family Playground finishing.

Victoria St

Montreal St

Durham St

Colombo St

Manchester St

Madras St

Barbadoes St

3. Convention

Centre

• Pre-construction site preparation works

underway.

• Early Works finishing mid-year.

• Construction works begin 3rd quarter.

Park Tce

Salisbury St

Peterborough St

Victoria St

Salisbury St

Peterborough St

Salisbury St

Peterborough St

4. Canterbury

Earthquake

National Memorial

• North bank finished.

• Work on Memorial Wall well advanced.

• Finishing February.

Kilmore St

Cranmer Square

Cambridge Tce

Kilmore St

5. East Frame • Work started on public spaces in October. • First residential lot starts in March/April.

Chester St

• Public spaces finishing in December.

Ave

Hagley Ave

Rolleston Ave

Antigua St

Armagh St

Gloucester St

Worcester Blvd

Hereford St

Cashel St

Tuam St

St. Asaph St

Montreal St

Montreal St

Armagh St

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Durham St

Cashel St

Lichfield St

Tuam St

St. Asaph St

Colombo St

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Worcester St

Hereford St

High St

Manchester St

Manchester St

St. Asaph St

Latimer Square

Madras St

Madras St

Barbadoes St

Barbadoes St

6. Metro Sports • Pre-construction earthworks and local road

Gloucester St

Facility

changes underway.

7. South Frame • Construction across project area underway.

Lichfield St

Land divestment

Ferry Rd

Armagh St

Worcester St

Hereford St

Cashel St

Tuam St

St. Asaph St

Fitzgerald Ave

Fitzgerald Ave

• Areas inside Innovation Precinct opened

in October.

• Several sales balancing commercial returns

and regeneration outcomes eg sale for

development of future farmers market and

Hoyts Cinema.

• Construction begins mid-year.

• Areas will open as work finishes.

• Continue to support new and different

developments that increase the number

of people working, living and enjoying the

central city.

Moorhouse Ave

Moorhouse Ave

Moorhouse Ave


PAGE 8 BAY HARBOUR

Wednesday December 21 2016

Your Local Views

If you have an opinion on a local issue

email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi

Last week we asked

readers what they thought

of the fence outside Moa

Bone Cave Point that has

been criticised for it’s sharp

posts.

Luke Mahon, Redcliffs – I

live in Redcliffs and pass these

every day. There is nothing

wrong with them. I think they

are great. Why do people around

here always have to complain

about things?

It is not “prison-like” and I think

everyone should be more grateful

for the fact that it is completed.

There are much more important

things to consider than this and

people should quit complaining

about such stuff and seriously

think of others more in need.

John Turner, Redcliffs

– Let us now be thankful and

grateful for safe passage beside

these former unstable cliffs.

Also let us remember and

thank the skilled workers of

those enormous rock-moving

machines who toiled for months

beneath unstable rock faces. A

testament to their skills is evident

as you drive along beside what

was known as Peacocks Gallop

and view the beautifully stacked

bunds of rocks soon to be covered

in foliage.

Let us not forget the costs

involved for the whole project

and a big thank you to the city

council for involving local manufacturers.

We need the fence to deter

would be rock climbers.

Colleen Palmer,

Scarborough – Personally I

like the look of it, it’s got to be

this height to keep idiots out, and

there are many.

You can picture seeing tagging

in the future if it was easy access,

and of course falling off the rocks

and harming themselves.

We go by in the car and don’t

really notice it, just think it’s

lovely and tidy now. Get over it

folks.

Susan Jackson – I feel that

the fence height is sensible – it’s

there to prevent injury, not as a

beautifying feature.

Laurie Jones – I would like

to congratulate the city council

and the contractors for the excellent

work erecting the fencing in

Sumner and Redcliffs.

I would imagine that the majority

of the residents in the area

would be of the same opinion. I

find it hard to imagine the fence

looking aggressive and as for

comparing it with prison fencing,

well say no more.

Most stone churches have spear

type railings. Would they feel so

outraged by those fences, I think

not.

Let’s celebrate the progress and

not focus on the negative.

Last week we asked

readers if they thought The

Little Bistro be allowed to

have outdoor seating after

the city council told the

restaurant to remove it.

Karen Bradshaw – I just

want to put my support forward

for the Little Bistro to have

outside seating on the pavement.

Outside dining is all part of the

French way for goodness sake.

How precious is this council?

We need to encourage the ambience

of street dining in Akaroa

particularly in the summer

months.

Give us a break or should I say

give the Little Bistro a break.

Victoria Andrews, Akaroa

– The city council has withheld

consent for the use of the

footpath by the Little Bistro for

outdoor dining.

Narrow footpaths around

Akaroa are often obstructed by

outdoor dining, the display of

retail merchandise and by sandwich

boards.

If the council is to be seen as

being fair then it must monitor

the lease situation in a evenhanded

manner.

Last week we asked

readers if they thought a

jumping platform should

be installed at Magazine

Bay to mitigate conflict

between teenagers and

yacht owners.

Michele Laing – I am registering

my support for a jumping

platform from the wharf into the

sea at Magazine Bay.

There are plenty of activities

for little children but teens/20s

are often under represented in

the community as far as activities

are concerned. I think this would

help to redress this imbalance.

Young people require activities

that have some risk and engage

them with their environment.

We see less petty crime in areas

where young people are constructively

engaged. People often

are negative about their activities

as they tend to be loud and high

energy - a jumping platform is a

fantastic outlet.

My son was a student living in

central Wellington – he would

run downtown with his friends

to jump off the inner harbour

platform, then run back up the

hill – a fun way to keep fit and let

off some steam.

Annie Crombie – Great article.

I express my support for this.

A reader responds to last

week’s story on emergency

services meeting with

residents to discuss

tsunami’s in Sumner

Bill Le Gros, Sumner – I

was pleased to read a very sensible

tsunami-related suggestion

on the front page of your last

publication.

Go to your nearest hill, do not

drive across the village, so avoiding

being stuck in traffic like so

many we saw in Japan who died

in their vehicles.

On the west side of Sumner

we took comfort after the February

22, 2011, earthquake with

the nearest hill option until the

containers were moved to the unnecessary

position near the end

of Arnold St.

The gaps between were wired

across so preventing our access

to the safe high ground behind

the horse paddock, which at the

time was still in use. Presumably

because there are no rocks above

to ever fall on it.

After removing the containers

to replace them with a 2m-high

fence, surely it would have made

sense to grade the area, than to

detour the ugly fence round behind

it to leave access to the only

safe nearest hill for residents on

the west side of Sumner.

This could avoid the risk of

being stuck in traffic trying to

climb a possibly boulder blocked

Evans Pass or a jam at Peacocks

Gallop where a tsunami would

hit first.

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Wednesday December 21 2016

News

After hours pool access

A COMMUNITY key is now

available for families wanting to

access Norman Kirk Memorial

Pool.

The city council is trialling

a scheme where residents can

purchase a key for the summer

swimming season and access the

pool in and out of public hours.

It comes after residents asked

for greater flexibility for community

access as they felt the

opening hours of noon to 7pm

weren’t long enough.

Lyttelton resident Richard

Homer put forward a proposal

to the city council to have

a community key system where

residents could access the pool

outside normal hours and for a

longer season.

Mr Homer said residents are

delighted the scheme is up and

running.

“We’d like to thank the council

for being willing to step outside

the normal box. It really is something

that isn’t done in this way

anywhere else and it’s taken the

council’s recreation and sports

team quite a lot of effort to sort

TAKING A DIP: Deputy Mayor Andrew Turner (left) with Richard

Homer and his daughters Bronwyn, 8, and Caitlin, 11.

PHOTO: CITY COUNCIL ​

out the logistics and make it

work,” he said.

The summer pool season runs

until February 6, but it will be

open until March 26 for key

holders.

Key holders can also access the

pool seven days a week between

7am and 8pm. More than 75 keys

have already been sold.

A key costs $140 for the season

with a $20 deposit. There will not

be any lifeguards present outside

of public opening hours, but each

key-holding family will take responsibility

for their own safety

under a signed agreement.

Norman Kirk Memorial Pool

usually attracts more than 7000

visitors a season.

The city council-owned pool

was rebuilt after the previous

pool was damaged in the 2011

earthquake.

Volunteers have been given

lifeguard training so they are

able to patrol the pool for special

public events and school swimming

programmes outside of

opening hours.

To apply for a season pool key,

fill out a form available at the

Lyttelton Harbour Information

Centre.

TimeBank volunteers help

in earthquake recovery

• By Robin Arnold, Bridge2Rocks

TimeBank co-ordinator

PREGNANT, recovering from

earthquake injuries and 40km

from anywhere. One of these

meals will be gratefully received

by a young woman living on a

remote North Canterbury farm

after a month of tinned food and

baking.

After the November 14

earthquake and aftershocks,

Bridge2Rocks TimeBank connected

with the North Canterbury

Rural Support Trust’s

recovery team to see what needs

our community could help with.

While resources flooded in

and a lot of support had the best

intentions, Lyn Walker from the

Rural Support Trust said “what

people really need right now are

meals for the freezer.”

Residents of Heathcote, Mt

Pleasant, Redcliffs, Sumner and

Taylors Mistake generously donated

meals which Redcliffs New

World stored for collection.

Ms Walker is taking these into

GIFT OF GIVING: Eddie

Talaoloa, of Redcliffs New

World, and North Canterbury

Rural Support Trust’s Lyn

Walker gather food for

Kaikoura’s earthquake victims. ​

remote rural farms around Mt

Lyford and up the inland road

to Kaikoura as she checks how

people are coping. Mt Pleasant

School pupils also made beautiful

Christmas cards with words

of support that will be delivered

with these.

Akaroa Area School end of year prize-giving

AKAROA AREA School’s

annual prize-giving was held last

Wednesday. A number of awards

were presented to students from

years 1 to 13 for their academic

achievements and services to

sport. The dux award went to

Joanna Church, who also won

the Le Lievre family prize, the

principal’s prize went to Moses

Bygate-Smith and a number of

scholarships were also awarded.

Dux award – Joanna

Church

Principal’s prize for senior

school – Moses Bygate-

Smith

Haylock family award for

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the arts – Sapphire Jordan

Te Runanga o Onuku

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Lee Witana

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McLauchlan-Robinson

Akaroa and Bays Lions

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Tuipulotu

Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board environmental

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Freemasons award for effort

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Hickey

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Outstanding achievement

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Madison Little: First in

Canterbury for under-14

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Laura Anderson: Fifth in

Canterbury for junior girls

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Louis Armstrong: Eighth in

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Josh Little: Seventh in

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Moses Bygate-Smith:

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Moses Bygate-Smith:

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Josh Little: South Island

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Tommi Hopkins: South

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Hannah Kiely: South

Island area schools netball

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Sapphire Jordan: South

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Drew Wilson: South Island

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Joanna Church: Excellence

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Tayla Messervy: Merit in

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Sapphire Jordan: Merit in

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Hannah Kiely: Merit in

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Josh Little: Merit in gateway

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Julia Church: Excellence

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Hugh Lowry: Excellence

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Willow O’Keefe: Excellence

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Anthony Orr: Excellence

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Blake Thomson: Excellence

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Drew Wilson: Excellence

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Council/runanga

sign agreement

OPEN: The Church Bay jetty is now open to the public after its closure

more than five years ago

Jetty opened after restoration

• By Annabelle Dick

AFTER 1000 hours of work,

Church Bay residents have

their jetty back after its

closure more than five years

ago.

The city council-owned

jetty was reopened on

Sunday by the Church Bay

Neighbourhood Association

and jetty rebuild committee

after earthquake damage

closed it in 2011.

The community-led project

involved 1011 hours, 41

volunteers and 26 working

bees to get it to completion.

Jetty building and volunteer

co-ordinator Paul

Pritchett said it’s great to see

the community’s hard work

pay off.

“It’s great to have the asset

back,” he said.

There was confusion as to

who had control over it after

it was damaged in the 2011

earthquakes.

“It was a battle to get the

city council on side. Initially

they didn’t know they had

responsibility for the jetty

because it had been handed

over from the Banks Peninsula

District Council and

they had no record of it. That

was a part of the problem,”

Mr Pritchett said.

The city council couldn’t

afford to restore the wharf so

residents proposed to rebuild

it themselves.

The city council paid

about $20,000 for materials

and volunteers did the

labour themselves.

The neighbourhood

association formed a subcommittee

dedicated to the

rebuild.

The committee included

a builder and volunteer

co-ordinator, Mr Pritchett,

project manager, Ian Currie,

engineer and volunteer

co-ordinator, Stu England

and supervising engineer,

Marton Sinclair.

This was second time Mr

Pritchett, Mr Currie and Mr

Sinclair were a part of the

jetty’s rebuild after working

on a previous restoration in

2000.

In spite of initial problems

with the city council, the

sub-committee praises the

city council for their help in

SAVIOURS: Sub-committee members

(from left), Ian Currie, Marton Sinclair,

Paul Pritchett and Stu England led the

team that saved Church Bay jetty.

making the jetty operational

again.

“We were ably supported

by city council head ranger

Paul Devlin who provided

equipment and worked tirelessly

alongside the team as

well as being safety officer

and city council supervisor,”

Mr Pritchett said.

“He was so positive working

with us and he was on

site nearly every day.”

Meanwhile, the Governors

Bay Jetty Restoration Trust is

trying to raise money to repair

the Governors Bay jetty

after it was also damaged in

the 2011 earthquakes.

The trust bought it from

the city council in September

and will sell it back once

restoration is complete.

THE CITY council and several Banks Peninsula

rūnanga have signed a relationship agreement to

strengthen ties.

It signed last Thursday by Mayor Lianne Dalziel

and Dr Te Mairie Tau, co-chairs of Te Hononga

Council- Papatipu Rūnanga Committee,

along with representatives from the six rūnanga

within the city and peninsula.

Ōnuku Rūnanga (Akaroa), Te Rūnanga o

Koukourārata (Port Levy), Te Hapū o Ngāti

Wheke (Rapaki) and Wairewa Rūnanga (Little

River) signed the agreement along with Te Ngāi

Tūāhuriri Rūnanga (Tuahiwi) and Te Taumutu

Rūnanga (Southbridge).

The agreement is due to strengthen the relationship

between city council and Ngā Papatipu

Rūnanga.

As part of the agreement, rūnanga will assist

the city council to recognise and respect the

Crown’s responsibility to take appropriate account

of the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi.

They will also help the city council in fulfilling

its responsibilities to Māori under the Local

Government Act 2002.

Ms Dalziel says the signing of the agreement

is a landmark in civic and tribal discussions.

“The agreement establishes a firm basis for

us to mutually reinforce our commitment to

Ōtautahi Christchurch. The Treaty of Waitangi

underpins the relationship between the Crown

and iwi,” she said.

“Our city’s relationship with the six Papatipu

Rūnanga is also underpinned by the agreement

signed today.”

She says a strong partnership with the

rūnanga of the district is a crucial element for

future vision.

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Wednesday December 21 2016

News

History of the Teddington smithy

In Governors Bay resident Jane Robertson’s

newly-launched book, Head of the Harbour: A

History of Governors Bay, Ōhinetahi, Allandale and

Teddington, there is a chapter on early transport in

the area. Included in the chapter is the story of a

little corrugated iron shed opposite the Wheatsheaf

Hotel in Teddington, which not so long ago was in a

very sad state. Dilapidated and unused, it seemed

destined for demolition. Few people knew of its

history.

In 1875, the construction of

the Teddington (Wheatsheaf)

Hotel and the formation of the

Charteris Bay to Purau road

made the junction of Governors

Bay Teddington Rd and Gebbies

Pass Rd a highly strategic

transport hub.

Stables and paddocks for

grazing were attached to the

hotel so that farmers’ driving

stock to the Christchurch sales

could stay overnight there.

It was the ideal spot for a

blacksmith’s shop. Sometime in

the 1880s the Teddington smithy

was built on Gebbie family

land with an adjacent house to

accommodate the blacksmiths

and their families.

The first record of the smithy

appeared in The Press on July

27, 1889, when James Bryden

announced that he had started

a blacksmith’s shop at Head of

the Bay, Teddington, where he

hoped to receive a “fair amount

of patronage.”

The blacksmiths at

Teddington for whom there is

documentation were Bryden,

until 1891, Charles Scott, 1895-

90; C. Fleet, 1899-1900; Durey

1905-06; and Burke, 1914.

As a young boy in the early

1900s, Stanley Radcliffe would

take the draught horse around

to the Teddington smithy to be

shod. As a reward, he would then

take the horse across to the old

racecourse on the salt flats and

have a good gallop before riding

home again.

However, as horses gave way

to cars and trucks, the demand

for blacksmith services waned.

Jean Anderson, of Charteris Bay,

remembered the Teddington

smithy when it used to be

open only occasionally,

probably manned by a visiting

blacksmith.

The smithy

building was

later taken

over by Ra

Blatchford’s

contracting

business before

becoming

surplus to

requirements and

eventually semiderelict.

Jane

Robertson

In 2015/16, with the support

of the Parkinson Family Trust,

Allandale resident David Bundy

project-managed the restoration

of the old blacksmith’s shop.

The low-lying building was

raised and new wooden piles

installed. The exterior walls and

roof were repaired with period

iron and early peninsula timber

from Ohinetahi.

The forge, and some

blacksmith equipment, was still

intact.

In addition, a set of bellows

made by Alldays and Onions

and some other equipment was

secured from a two-generation

blacksmithing family, named the

Wilsons.

Then, a most unexpected

development. Retired blacksmith

Les Schenkel agreed to take

on the running of the smithy,

transforming it from a static

period piece into a busy, working

blacksmith’s shop.

It is one of the few operating

HISTORIC: The old Teddington blacksmith’s shop in the early stages of restoration. Blacksmith

Les Schenkel (below) fires up the forge now that he has taken on the running of the smithy. ​

blacksmith forges in New

Zealand. If you drive through

Teddington on a Monday,

Wednesday or Friday, you will

likely find Les (and his dogs)

firing up the forge and making

items for sale. Les loves people to

stop for a chat and look out for

big bee Arthur!

Robertson’s book, Head of

the Harbour, published by

Philip King for the Governors

Bay Heritage Trust, can

be ordered online at www.

headoftheharbour.co.nz

or purchased at bookstores

in Lyttelton and Christchurch.

Bay Harbour News

received two copies of

Jane Robertson’s Head of

the Harbour to give away

courtesy of the publisher.

Thank you for your entries

and congratulations to

the winners: Tui Elliott, of

Lyttelton, and Russell and

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Wednesday December 21 2016

Annual Christmas Closedown

and the Holidays Act

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We, in New Zealand are doomed to

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Christmas the traditional Northern

Hemisphere way. For one thing,

it’s warm (well it’s meant to be) so

there is pretty much zero chance of

building Frosty on your front lawn.

Our Christmas trees have traditionally

been fakes from China or branches

cut from a pine tree, which we try

desperately to keep alive until the

25th. And, the 22nd of December is

the longest day of the year, making

traditional Christmas lights a late

night activity after the kids are in bed.

Last Christmas we had American

friends to visit for their first Kiwi

Christmas. Although excited about

showing them some of our Kiwi

Christmas traditions, it was only

during that Christmas that I realised

how many of their traditions we

actually can’t adopt, despite our best

efforts.

But there is one aspect of our

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2. Although many hospitality and

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December, a large number of other

businesses are winding down for the

holiday period and so schedule their

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The Holidays Act 2003 (the

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This notice breached the

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Bob had worked for Scrooge

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However, the closedown period

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this period. For any remaining days,

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in agreement with Bob, pay him the

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Scrooge Enterprises does not want to

pay any of Bob’s leave in advance and

is not required to do so under the Act.

Bob’s colleague, Tim, began work

at Scrooge Enterprises in February

of this year. Under the Act Tim is

not yet entitled to take annual leave

as he has not been in the job for 12

months. Scrooge Enterprises also

does not want to pay Tim the holidays

in advance. However, under the

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Tim 8% of his gross earnings since

February (less any holiday pay taken

in advance and less any holiday pay

paid in conjunction with normal pay).

Tim’s annual leave will then begin

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closedown..

Ebenezer decides to throw a

Christmas party at the Scrooge

Enterprises offices on the afternoon

of Wednesday 21 December. All staff

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it is part of the Christmas closedown

period and therefore annual leave

will be deducted for the afternoon,

whether employees attend or not.

The Act provides that a closedown

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Thompson bowls Sumner

to second title in a row

SPORTS

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

AN OUTSTANDING bowling

display from Marcus Thompson

has secured Sumner back-to-back

one-day championships.

Thompson took five wickets for

14 runs in his nine overs against

Lancaster Park Addington in

Sunday’s Printable Senior A

competition final.

Teammate Dan Vann said

Thompson’s spell of medium

pace turned the tide in Sumner’s

favour.

Thompson said he was happy

to contribute to the success of the

team.

“It was good to be able to

contribute to the team in the final

. . . we weren’t as dominant this

year as we were last, but in the

semi and final matches we got the

results we were after,” Thompson

said.

Addington won the toss and

batted first. But strong bowling

from Thompson and spinner

Jonny Percasky saw Addington all

out for 92. In response, Sumner

chased down the total in 15 overs

for the loss of one wicket.

Percasky pitched in with two

wickets for 16 runs off nine overs.

Sumner went unbeaten in

the competition last year, but

this year lost two pool matches,

CHAMPIONS: Sumner won the Printable Senior A competition

after a comprehensive nine wicket victory over Addington.

making the road to the final

tougher.

In response, Sumner opener

Chris Wilson finished the innings

off with an unbeaten 53 from 52

balls, including 11 fours.

“At the end of the day, it was

pretty one-sided; we deserved to

be there. But then again,

in pool play we only beat them

by a couple of runs,” Thompson

said.

He said Wilson had been in

“great form” for Sumner at the

top of the order, scoring between

40 to 50 runs every match.

The title-winning match backed

up a strong bowling performance

from Thompson and Percasky

in Sumner’s semi-final win over

Merivale-Papanui on December

10.

Sumner were bowled out for

148 off 42 overs. In response,

Merivale’s opening partnership

saw the side through to 68/0

before Thompson’s medium pace

and Percasky’s left arm spin were

introduced. Thompson took four

wickets for 18 runs off nine overs.

Lyttelton Primary School pupils represented the

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Wednesday December 21 2016

Big swell after ‘lacklustre’ spring

• Aaron Lock,

surf coach, Sumner

THINGS have

improved on

the surfing front

over the past few

weeks after a

lacklustre spring

surfing season.

There have been plenty of fun,

clean, little north swells lately

and some big southerly swells

pushing up the coast. The water

is still a little cool at 17 deg C but

this should warm quickly over

the next few weeks with some

settled weather. The tropical

wave machine is starting to wind

up with an ex-tropical cyclone

expected to sit off the coast over

Christmas and hopefully send us

a nice east swell.

Kaikoura’s Mangamaunu is

famous for its long peeling righthanders.

Tropical lows send

perfect long period lines towards

Manga but, after the earthquake

and the all the uplifting that has

occurred, everyone is speculating

whether the waves at Manga

will ever be the same again. They

might possibly be better with the

shallower water creating more

hollow waves or perhaps the

bay will be too shallow now and

start to close-out in bigger swells.

Only time will tell. This swell

that’s coming will be the first

real test.

Sumner Longboarders held

Aaron's surf report

its annual Christmas contest recently

on a great sunny morning

at Stoke St. The event this year

was a tag team competition.

The local groms have been

shredding around the South

Island recently. The first event

of the South Island Grom Series

was held in Westport at the

beginning of the month. A good

crew of boys and girls from

Sumner headed over to battle the

elements and the powerful waves

of the Tasman Sea. Ava Henderson

won both the under-12

and under-14 girls’ events and

placed second in the under-17s.

Also, in the under-12 girls, Ruby

Armstrong was second and

Holly Campbell third. In the

under-14 girls, Phoebe Surgue

was second and Holly Campbell

fourth. Tim Gould surfed well

in the under-14 boys, making

the semi-finals and placing fifth

overall. Estella Hungerford was

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Wednesday December 21 2016

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Just a Little Something

Today to Sunday, 11am-

5pm, Friday, 11am-7pm

The annual miniature

exhibition will showcase

26 artists with an array

of beautiful (and small)

works. We have sculptures,

ceramics, prints, fine art and

many other forms of artwork

for sale.

Oxford St Art Gallery, 13a

Oxford St, Lyttelton

Meditation and Buddhism

Wednesdays

Today, 7.30pm-9pm

Each class consists of

guided meditation and a

talk based on Buddhist

wisdom. Classes are suitable

for everyone. Join in any

week, booking not required.

This course will help you to

experience mental clarity and

inner peace by meditating on

the mind itself. Meditating

on our own mind has many

benefits from calming our

mind and helping us to

dissolve away distractions,

worry and delusions,

improving our concentration

and mindfulness. Suggested

donation of $10

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre, 3 McCormacks Bay

Rd

Pop Surrealism

Thursday to Sunday,

January 15. Thursday and

Friday 2-5pm, Saturday and

Sunday 11am-4pm

Synonymous 40 years

ago with ‘Lowbrow Art,’

pop surrealism in the 21st

century has emerged as a

movement in which ideas

about our natural and social

environment merge with the

personal perceptions of the

artist to produce fascinating

images which challenge our

world view, but are visually

seductive.

50 Works Gallery, 50

London St, Lyttelton

Lyttelton Summer Pool

Party

Sunday, January 15, 12.30-

2.30pm

Come along to the

Lyttelton summer pool

party and enjoy the fun and

festivities. The event will

include face-painting and

other activities from More

FM.

Norman Kirk Memorial

Pool, 54 Oxford St, Lyttelton

FESTIVAL: The International Akaroa Music Festival will be held on Thursday, January 5,

to Thursday, January 22. Now celebrating its 10th anniversary, the festival has an array of

distinguished international musicians who provide lessons, master classes and concerts against

the breathtaking backdrop of one of the world’s most beautiful seaside towns. This intensive

few days of music-making will also include solo performances, chamber music and a string

orchestra, all designed to engage and inspire advanced young musicians. Students are invited

to apply on the following instruments: Violin, viola, cello, piano, flute, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet,

and recorder. Purchase your tickets online at Eventfinda or at Akaroa Adventure Centre.

Little River A&P Show

Saturday, January 21, 8am

The Banks Peninsula A&P Show

at Little River is one of the most

popular shows in Canterbury.

Like many local shows, the annual

event at the picturesque Awa-iti

Domain is the highlight of the year

for many local farmers, growers

and producers. It gives them the

chance to show the very best of

what the district has to offer to

the community, as well as the

hundreds that travel to the event

from the rest of Canterbury and

beyond. Watch the speed shear and

the Canterbury axe men. Come

and sample the delights of the

Peninsula to Plate competition or

do you fancy your chances at the

dog jump? The current record is six

bales of hay. Join in the festivities

by taking part or visiting.

Awa-iti Domain, Western Valley

Rd, Little River

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Mt Pleasant Farmers’ Market:

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McCormacks Bay Rd

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Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Church Notices

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Situations Vacant

Trades & Services

HEATHCOTE-MT PLEASANT

ANGLICAN PARISH

Join us for Christmas this year

CHRISTMAS EVE

4pm: CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE

Mary and Joseph arrive by donkey at St Mary’s,

Martindales Rd, Heathcote. Come dressed as angels,

wise men and shepherds. Sausage sizzle and treats

afterwards.

11pm: The beauty and mystery of midnight communion,

candles and carol singing.

CHRISTMAS DAY - TWO SERVICES

9am Communion and Carols at St Mary’s, Heathcote.

10am Communion and Carols at Church of the Ascention,

39 Major Hornbrook Rd, Mt Pleasant.

Vicar: Bishop David Coles

027 306 9961

www.heathcote-mtpleasant.org.nz

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CHRISTMAS

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St Johns Church

4 Augusta St

Redcliffs

9.30AM

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All Welcome

Caravans, Motorhomes

& Traliers

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repairs. 027 938 5344

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Gardening

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Landscape

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If you need help

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construction work or

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Ph 021 272 0303

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upkeep, Dip. Hort. 10

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garden tidied up or

renovated or require long

term assistance. Phone

Ruth 326-6663 or 021

272-0303

Redcliffs School Secretary

- the smiling ‘face’ of Redcliffs School.

(22-25 hours per week) Monday-Friday

An opportunity has arisen for an energetic and

enthusiastic person to join our team as our

School Secretary. The ideal applicant would

have:

• Strong communication skills

• A love of working with children and families

• A growth mindset and a willingness to be

flexible

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humour

• Excellent time management skills including

the ability to prioritise and multi-task

• Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word and

competency with Excel and other Microsoft

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‘vacancies’ page of our school website –

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on Monday 9th January 2017. Position will

commence on Monday 23rd January 2017 or

earlier by negotiation.

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CV including the names of 2 referees.

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exterior painting,

moss and mould

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Trades & Services

LANDSCAPING/

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All forms of landscaping,

fences, decking & paving.

Phone Mike

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021 1499 733

BRICKLAYER

George Lockyer. Over

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experience. UK trained.

Licensed Building

Practitioner number

BP105608. Insurance

work. EQC repairs.

Heritage brickwork a

speciality. No job too

small. Governors Bay.

Home 329-9344, Cell

027 684-4046, email

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CARPET & VInYL

Laying. Repairs, uplifting,

relaying, restretching,

working thru Xmas. Email

jflattery@xtra.co.nz, ph

0800 003 181 or 027

2407416

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4401715

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phone Muzza 022 6177-

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Trades & Services

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Large Trucks $95 +

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Ltd. ph 0800 359 9313

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Lawns, paving, water

features, irrigation,

planting, decks,

driveways, kerbing, ponds,

retainer walls, fencing.

Free quotes, Phone Tony

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quality work, free quotes,

ph Simon 027 389-1351 or

03 328-7280

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Four Grenadier Seasons Ferrymead

realty

Opawa 143 Opawa Road

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Redcliffs 5 Basil Place

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Deb Beesley

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Chris Moores

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Deb Beesley Ph 027 280 8837

Alison Carter

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Michelle

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027 203 7858

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