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Cause of Lyttelton Harbour

plume still a mystery

• By Annabelle Dick

A MYSTERIOUS black plume that

invaded Lyttelton Harbour last

week has experts confused.

A dark trail of silt spotted in the

harbour on Friday was mistaken

for seaweed and an oil spill but

initial reports from Environment

Canterbury said it was coal dust

from the port.

But Lyttelton Port of

Christchurch is unsure whether it

is coal dust and ECan said it’s not

100 per cent certain it’s coal either.

“The plume does not match what

we would have

expected from the

coal types stored

in Lyttelton,” LPC

chief executive

Peter Davie (left)

said.

“The last coal

ship in Lyttelton Port left on December

14.”

The long, black trail lingered

around Governors Bay and the

head of the harbour so residents

reported it to ECan.

“It was very noticeable. It seemed

to increase over the weekend – I

could see about four concentrations

of it,” Governors Bay resident

John Thacker said.

ECan said it received a “few

complaints” and sent someone out

to investigate it that same day.

“Given the nature of the dust, we

can’t clean it up with a boom, and

while it covers a reasonable area it

is non-toxic to marine life. We are

still investigating this incident,”

ECan investigations and incident

response regional leader Valyn

Barrett said.

Mr Davie said the port company

is working with ECan to collect

samples and have them analysed.

Mr Thacker, who used to work as

a biosecurity officer for ECan, isn’t

happy that the black silt has been

left in the harbour.

“I know how ECan works and

I know the whole system so I feel

they’re putting their heads in the

sand. If this was an oil spill they’d

be out there straight away to stop

it. This is having the same effect

because it’s starting to wash up on

beaches around the foreshore.”

He’s worried about the effect

it will have on the environment,

humans and pets.

“When I asked about pollution

they said it’s not going to affect

the marine life. That can’t be right,

some of snails that are quite precious

are in that water and siphon

the water through their system.

How are they going to deal with

it?” he said.

Test results are expected

back within the next couple of

days.

MYSTERIOUS: A trail of black silt hung around the head of the harbour for several days.

PHOTOS: TERRY GYDE

STRANGE:The

trail was

confused for

an oil spill and

seaweed.

PHOTO:

NATHAN NEATH

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Wednesday January 11 2017

FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

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Inside

Bike track opens...............3

WITH ANY luck we might have

an answer next week for readers

to the mystery plume at the head

of Lyttelton Harbour (see page 1).

Governors Bay residents

initially thought it was coal dust

pollution but the port company

says the last coal ship about was

weeks ago.

Environment Canterbury is

now testing the water to determine

what the plume is so if they

come up with a result this week

we’ll have it in next issue.

Not long to go for the big concert

in Lincoln – Selwyn Sounds.

Today we profile Annie Crummer

(page 14) who will perform

with her old mates Debbie

Harwood, Margaret Urlich and

Sharon O’Neill in what promises

to be an amazing day of music.

Lincoln is a quick trip for people

in the Bay Harbour area – so

no excuse not to get along!

– Barry Clarke

Concert chance for reunion

NEWS

14

New Year Honours......5

Holiday Fun...........................6

Local Views...........8 & 11

Cafe returns........................19

Community Events... 21

City2Surf.................................22

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 3

Mountain bikers gear

up to ride new track

A NEW mountain bike

track built predominantly by

volunteers has opened on the

Port Hills.

The 3.8km track, currently

called the Montgomery Spur

Loop Track until it is formally

named, is the first new public

track to be built on the hills in

about a decade.

It’s the result of work by about

40 volunteers, contractors and

city council staff.

“It’s been 75 per cent volunteer

labour, 15 per cent contracted

construction and about 10 per

cent council oversight, planning

and helping to transport gear up

there,” Christchurch Singletrack

Club Port Hills track liaison and

development officer Graham

Allan said.

He co-ordinated the team of

volunteers who worked on the

project over the past 18 months.

He’s been a regular volunteer,

helping the city council with

track maintenance on the Port

Hills for 10 years.

The new track sits

within Montgomery Spur

Reserve on land that was

mandated in 2010 for a mountain

bike track.

NEW: The Montgomery Spur Loop Track is the first public track

to be built on the hills in about 10 years.

It’s close to the Rapaki Track

but provides an additional loop

that’s designed for beginner to

intermediate riders.

The only access to the track is

from the mid-way point of the

Rapaki Track, but there are plans

to introduce other access points.

It takes about 25 minutes to

ride, but Mr Allen said the track

provided a lot of variety and

challenges without too much

risk.

“The scenery looking out over

the city is amazing. It has really

filled that niche of a track that

helps people get from the flat

lands up on to the hills because

there are no steep drop-offs. It

gives them a bit of playground

where they can ride without

fear of taking a tumble because

there’s nothing to fall on but

tussock,” he said.

“We’re really pleased to see

it open and being discovered

and enjoyed by a wide range of

riders.”

Cabbage trees destroyed

• By Annabelle Dick

CABBAGES TREES hacked in

half along the coastal pathway

is believed to be an act of

‘vandalism’ by a resident.

Three trees planted by volunteers

in the first coastal pathway

planting were cut and left to die

on the causeway on Main Rd

late last month.

Christchurch Coastal Pathway

secretary Tim Lindley said he

doesn’t think it was mindless

vandals, but someone from

within the community with

a personal dislike for cabbage

trees.

“It is deeply disappointing

that someone in our community

feels they have a right to destroy

publicly planted cabbage trees

because they personally don’t

like them – it seems very much

like ‘spoilt child behaviour’, presumably

from an adult,” he said.

The first trees were planted in

2013 and more were planted in

the next section of the pathway

up to Scott Park. Some of the

newer plants were found ripped

out and thrown onto nearby

rocks.

Dr Lindley said during the

consultation process, some

residents were vocal about not

wanting cabbage trees in the

planned nature reserve opposite

Redcliffs Park.

The $25 million pathway,

SABOTAGED: Maturing

cabbage trees have been

culled along the coastal

pathway ​

that will span from Ferrymead

Bridge to Scarborough Beach,

relies on a large amount of volunteer

work.

The act of sabotage has angered

Dr Lindley for that reason.

“It’s made us very upset with

whoever who would do that,” he

said.

“To get the coastal pathway

project this far had taken

thousands of hours of voluntary

work, and many other volunteers

work on local projects to

restore wetlands, bring native

bush back into to the gullies,

and eradicate pests.”

Dr Lindley said the incident

hasn’t put the pathway group

off planting cabbage trees in the

next stages of the project.

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Wednesday January 11 2017

New Year Honours List

BAY HARBOUR

In Brief

PAGE 5

Community service recognised

Three Bay Harbour residents have been honoured for

their service to the community with a New Year Honour.

Altogether, 24 Cantabrians were named as part of the

New Zealand Order of Merit. Linda Penno, of Clifton,

Derek Doddington, of Mt Pleasant, and Mary Kamo, of

Birdlings Flat, all made it onto the Queen’s New Year

Honours List for dedication to their chosen field

Officer of the

New Zealand

Order of

Merit – Linda

Penno, of

Clifton

Ms Penno has

been an advocate

for women’s health and universal

sexual and reproductive rights

in New Zealand, having first

become involved with voluntary

governance for Family Planning

in 1997 when she became a

member of the Family Planning

Council.

The Family Planning Council

is a board of volunteers who give

their time and expertise to the

organisation, which provides

sexual and reproductive health

education and clinical services in

33 centres across New Zealand.

Ms Penno became the president

of Family Planning in 2003 until

2009.

Under her leadership she was

committed to Family Planning

becoming an early medical

abortion provider.

In 2009 she was voted onto

the International Planned

Parenthood Federation Regional

Executive Committee for

East and South East Asia and

Oceania.

During her time on the council

she was chair of the membership

committee, responsible for more

than 150 member associations

from 172 countries.

Member

of the New

Zealand

Order of

Merit – Derek

Doddington,

of Mt

Pleasant

Mr Doddington has been

involved with theatre for more

than 25 years, beginning in the

United Kingdom before moving

to New Zealand in 1999.

Mr Doddington has organised

Shakespeare in the Park

performances at the open-air

amphitheatre at the rear of the

historic Mona Vale house in

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in the early 2000s to facilitate

productions of Shakespeare’s

works and has directed and acted

in these plays in a voluntary

capacity.

Since 2003 he has also

staged a number of other

dramatic productions around

Christchurch.

He has sought out emerging

young actors for his productions,

as well as seasoned veterans,

and has mentored, encouraged

and provided opportunities for

other theatre professionals and

aspiring talents.

Companion

of the New

Zealand

Order of Merit

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of Birdlings

Flat

Mary Kamo

was the first

laywoman appointed to the

New Zealand prison chaplaincy

and recently resigned after 33

years working with prisoners at

Christchurch Women’s, Paparua

Men’s and Rolleston Prisons.

Mrs Kamo initially focused on

providing ministry to prisoners

and then increased her work to

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to both prisoners and staff.

Her interest in inmates’ lives

has often extended beyond the

prison gates, as she has sought

to help them successfully

reintegrate into society.

As well as offering inmates

spiritual guidance, she has

helped with their in practical

needs outside prison.

She has been an early advocate

for restorative justice and after

the Canterbury earthquakes

she was involved with the

Community Justice Panel, which

provided an alternative to court

for low-level offenders.

Along with her husband she

has been kaumatua to Pillars Ka

Pou Whakahou, a charity that

aims to break cycles of intergenerational

offending

by ensuring children with

a parent in a New Zealand

prison has access to support

services.

Mrs Kamo is a member of the

Maori Women’s Welfare League

and is a strong advocate against

violence towards women.

•Next week we profile Mrs

Kamo who speaks about

helping inmates, moving

into a recycled red zone

home, and being proud of

her kids.

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The wider Christchurch and

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Christmas week was filled with heaps of games and

activities to keep Sumner children entertained at the Busy

Bumble holiday programme.

Children played Christmas-themed games, created

decorations and made and ate festive food.

Activities included building snowmen, making decorations

out of salt dough, stack the cup, Christmas charades,

pinecone Christmas trees, biscuit decorating, snow blowing,

gift wrapping games and a lot more.

Sumner Busy Bumbles has opened for the summer

holidays and will run through to January 31.

MUCKING IN: Katrina, Zoe and Cara get their hands

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CHRISTMAS SPIRIT: Finn, Cara and Katrina have a go at

making a snowman.

HOLIDAY FUN: Cara, Leon, Roddy, Katrina, Eliott,

Phoebe and Zoe stack their cups in a row.

WHITE OUT: Katrina was covered in paper

and decorations to become a snowman.

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Wednesday January 11 2017

Your Local Views

Don’t be a fool on water

• BY GARY MANCH,

NAVIGATIONAL SAFETY OFFICER,

LYTTELTON

THE HOLIDAY period is a

busy one for our office as the

waterways are at their peak with

everyone making the most of

the summer break.

However, I sometimes

wonder whether people leave

their brains at home when they

finish work for the holidays as

this is the time of year I get the

most complaints about poor

behaviour on the water.

While holidays are there for

rest and relaxation, they are

also times when, if we let our

guard down, injury or death is

a sad result of poor behaviour

on the water. It does not take a

brain surgeon to realise that if

you are speeding on your boat

near people or other boats, and

you make a mistake, then the

chances of losing control or

hitting someone or something

are higher than if you had been

obeying the rules.

THe Maritime Rules and

Navigation Safety Bylaw 2016

are there for one thing and

one thing only – to make our

waterways safe. They are not my

rules, but ones I have the task

of getting all of you out there in

boats – no matter whether it’s a

Pirate’s Corner

STAY SAFE: Have fun on the

water but make sure all on

board wear a life jacket.

dingy, kayak or powerboat – to

comply with through education

and enforcement.

As I have said thousands of

times, my aim is not to stop

you having fun on the water,

but my job is to make sure that

everyone on a boat uses it safely

and does not put either the

skipper, crew or other users at

risk.

THis season we will be having

unannounced no-excuse

enforcement days where we will

be targeting boaties who are

breaking the rules by travelling

in excess of the five knot rule

or not wearing life jackets. My

hope is that we do not have to

issue any infringements and

people comply with the relevant

bylaws and navigation rules.

So to put it in a nutshell,

be considerate to each other,

respect the areas that have

various rules regarding speed

and, lastly, wear your life jacket

on any vessel 6m or less, which

includes paddleboards and

kayaks.

Something to be proud of

Port Hills MP

Ruth Dyson

talks about

achievements

within the

Bay Harbour

community

HAPPY NEW Year to you and

I trust that you have had a bit of

a break from your routine and

been able to spend time with

family and friends. I hope that

2017 is good to you.

Just before Christmas,

Kiwibank announced the 10

finalists in each category under

their New Zealander of the Year

Award.

There are several different

categories in addition to the

actual New Zealander of the

Year.

The event actually starts with

local heroes leading to an overall

winner in this category, and

Young New Zealander of the

Year, Senior New Zealander of

the Year, New Zealand Innovator

of the Year, New Zealand Community

of the Year.

The description for the Community

of the Year title is pretty

awesome. It says that they have

to have shared a strong sense of

community spirit or played a

vital role in enhancing the social,

economic, cultural or environmental

prosperity of their

region.

It is important to recognise and

encourage these groups as their

efforts make our communities

stronger and more vibrant and

promote true community spirit

for this and generations to come.

Amazing words!

So here’s something to be really

proud of in our area. Out of

the 10 finalists in this community

category, two are from your

neighbourhood!

One is the 0800 Hungry

Ministries Trust, which provides

food parcels for thousands of

Cantabrians who are in need of

support.

The other is the Redcliffs community.

We all witnessed the

strength and unwavering

commitment this community

gave in the battle to keep our

school. And it succeeded, even

though the school is now to be

on a different site – it’s still in

Redcliffs.

We won’t know the overall

winner for another couple of

weeks, but 0800 Hungry and

Redcliffs community deserve a

huge shout out for making it into

the final 10.

Well done! You have earned

the recognition this placing gives

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Wednesday January 11 2017

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Your Local Views

Readers respond to our

article about the city

council making design

changes to St Andrews

Hill Rd intersection after

engineers found its layout

is dangerous

Ann Carey – Not good

enough. That intersection has

been in a repair state for years

and years, finally get it finished

and an idiot could tell that it is

not functioning properly. Who

signed off on that?

Helen Wood – Why does

it take two years for the powers

that be to accept they have made

a mistake? Beyond belief! Well,

I suppose it’s being sorted next

year, so thumbs up. Have to get

Christchurch back.

Scott Nelson – Simple fix –

painted roundabout opposite St

Andrews Hill Rd, to give them

priority when there’s no southbound

traffic on Bridal Path Rd

travelling through the lights

along with no U-turn signs on all

approaches or at least for those

heading southbound on Bridal

Path Rd.

Adelle Simpson – If

Christchurch City Council

designed it then they should pay

for it to be fixed not the taxpayer.

The residents told them it was

badly designed but did they

listen?

Geoff Carter – Just wasting

more taxpayers’ money . . . and

then they will say that rates will

go up again.

Trish Feeney – Typical!

Some of these “designer” geezers

need to resit their so called

degrees.

Nicholas Smeaton – I

think sacking the person responsible

might motivate the other

council mandarins into lifting

their game.

Olivia Gwen Murtagh – A

very educated person found

a way to spend lots of Kiwi’s

money on the design and will

get paid big time to put it back to

how it was.

Cheryl Morrison – At least

they have stopped worrying

about the colour of the Mitre 10

building. On to the next thing.

Nelson Yorke – Even I could

see this was poorly designed and

I used to drive buses through

there.

Dean Buckeridge – Almost

got taken out by a bus while on

the bike myself there this morning.

Madeleine Hurricks –

Turning into Durham St from

Lichfield and Oxford Tce at the

same time is another lights problem

that awaits them.

Janet Dean – It is a shocker

of a design. I avoid it every day.

If we can put a rover on Mars

surely we can design a simple

roundabout at the base of St

Andrews Hill.

Andrew Palliser – Probably

the same clown that changed

the lovely flowing Riccarton Rd/

Deans Ave roundabout into traffic

lights.

A reader responds to

Mt Pleasant resident

Allan Williams gifting

his well-known vessel

Nautilus to Maritime New

Zealand.

Alison Ross, Lyttelton:

Further to your article on

the MV Nautilus (New Life

for harbour icon, November

16, 2016). The Nautilus carried

the first three year’s tree

supply to Otamahua/Quail

Island for restoration planting,

commencing in 1998 until

the Lyttelton Port Company

undertook the transport with a

larger vessel.

Such was the loading that

the little ship resembled

the maritime equivalent of

Shakespeare’s concealed army

forest moving from Birnam

Wood to Dunsinane.

She is a superb vessel on which

the Otamahua/Quail Island

Trust relied for many years

for transport of both trees and

volunteers to the island.

However much as I enjoyed

numerous trips to Quail Island

and around the harbour, the real

hero is Allan Williams.

The former honorary German

consul in Christchurch, Allan

has given of his time unstintingly

for public benefit, both for island

transport as well as providing

transport for the Department

of Conservation when required,

assisted for many years by the

late Mike Read, his indefatigable

captain.

He has been the patron of

the Otamahua/Quail Island

Conservation Trust since its

incorporation in 1998 and for

those who have enjoyed a stroll

on the island over the summer

I am sure they would have

appreciated the five magnificent

seats spread round the island,

designed by Allan’s son Paul,

which Allan personally funded

to around $15,000.

I shall miss the little ship,

now owned and operated by the

New Zealand Maritime Museum

in Auckland, but it is in good

hands for the next generation of

sailors and sailing enthusiasts as

well as those working to preserve

New Zealand’s maritime

heritage, thanks to Allan’s

generosity.

And let’s not forget that a small

group of generous liked-minded

philanthropic individuals

from Auckland recently gifted

Heritage NZ $1 million towards

the restoration of the Timeball

tower in Lyttelton.

A MINTY & FRESH START TO THE YEAR...

Looking back,

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Linwood-

Central-

Heathcote

Community

Board

member

Darrell

Latham looks

back on 2016 and talks

about the year ahead

New Year greetings to you all.

For me, it is a privilege to pen

the first Bay Harbour News soapbox

column for 2017.

The commencement of a new

year is generally associated

with warmth, camaraderie and

goodwill. On that note, as a

community board member, a big

‘thank you’ to the Bay Harbour

News staff for the role it plays

in uniting our communities. It

delivers the news and issues to

us without fear or favour.

Traditionally, January is a time

when we kick back, relax and recharge

our batteries. It is a time

of dual purpose where we reflect

on the past as well as focus on

our future aspirations.

Exactly the same for me too. It

has been about 100 days (sounds

better than three months), since

I was elected as a community

board member so the break has

been an opportune time for me

to reflect on what it is all about.

My first reflection relates to

community stalwarts.

Those unwavering and courageous

individuals in our communities

who will not take “no”

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getting our new community

centres, libraries and schools

back into our communities.

I have recently had the pleasure

of attending several openings

of these wonderful new

community facilities. Without

fail a key driver has been the

committed persons who have

challenged processes, stood tall

and who have fought resolutely

for the redevelopment of their

libraries, community centres

and schools.

My second reflection is that in

achieving new or rebuilt community

facilities, stalwarts have

worked collegially. However, in

achieving success more often

than not they have thumped

tables and banged heads while

challenging council processes.

Moral of the story: Don’t take

“no” from your council as final

answer. Stand up for what you

believe in.

To the community stalwarts I

say: “Very well done and I salute

you!”

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Mel Hubber (nee Lowen)

Owner Operator

No. of countries visited: 57

Travel for me has been a way of life over

a twenty year career. I consider

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I love local cuisine, markets

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I have a wealth of knowledge

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Kim Beswick

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Nicky De Clifford

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No. of countries visited: 114 No. of countries visited: 30

I have travelled to 114 countries

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CONTACT NICKY

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Anna O’Dell

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No. of countries visited: 36

Alisha Russell

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Harriet Babe

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No. of countries visited: 32 No. of countries visited: 22

Having travelled extensively I

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Melanie Bartram

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Melissa Bannister

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No. of countries visited: 53 No. of countries visited: 14

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Wednesday January 11 2017

News

Crummer looking forward to reunion

Annie Crummer found

fame with hits such as

Language and See What

Love Can Do. She spoke

to Tom Doudney about

working on new material

and seeing dyslexia

as a blessing, ahead

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Margaret Urlich and

Sharon O’Neill at

Lincoln’s Selwyn Sounds

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IT HAS been a long time since

we’ve heard anything new from

Annie Crummer but the singer

is hopeful her fans won’t have to

wait too much longer.

Crummer hasn’t released a full

album of original material since

1996’s Seventh Wave. Since then

fans have had to make do with

a best of collection in 2002 and

three songs released in 2010 as

singles only.

While she is reluctant to talk

about release dates, she has been

working on songs for an album

which has a working title of Project

Annie C.

“I have got a bunch of songs

that I am dying to get out of the

demo situation and get into the

studio and smash that stuff out,

I’m the only one stopping me,”

she said.

“I’ve got a lot more to say musically,

I will just have to get over

myself and get on with it.”

Crummer said that while she

was known more as a singer than

a songwriter, she had become

more confident dabbling in song

writing.

“Melodies come really good to

me but the way I write lyrics is

quite odd because I am fully dyslexic

so the way I explain things,

I don’t think it’s the same as a

non-dyslexic song writer.”

Crummer only discovered she

was dyslexic well into her adult

years but the revelation came as a

big relief.

“When I look back I think: ‘Oh,

I have been blessed with dyslexia,

that’s all.’ I just learn things differently,”

she said.

“I forgave myself for feeling

so dumb all these years because

I left school really early and

now when I look back at all the

subjects I took it had nothing to

do with anything technical, it all

had to do with creative stuff.”

Those subjects included

classes on art, Maori culture and,

perhaps surprisingly, typing –

because she could just copy the

patterns without thinking about

the words.

That ability to recognise patterns

helped her land a leading

role in the Australian version of

Ben Elton’s hit musical-theatre

production We Will Rock You,

based on the songs of British rock

band Queen, in 2003. To get the

part of Killer Queen, Crummer

had to audition in front of Queen

guitarist Brian May and drummer

Roger Taylor.

“I had to learn the English phonetically

and that is actually how

I learn music too, I listen to where

heart is needed and where anger is

needed and all the emotions, I just

SONGSTRESS: Annie

Crummer has been working

on material for her first album

of original material in two

decades.

emulate those inflections without

really knowing what I am talking

about, but I have just fooled everyone,”

she said.

“I can’t believe I got that role, if

only they knew how I did it. But

it did catch up on me a couple of

times on stage where I’d fumble

BEST OF FRIENDS: From left, Margaret Urlich, Debbie Harwood

and Crummer will perform together at Selwyn Sounds, along

with Sharon O’Neill (not pictured).

over a word because I didn’t fully

understand it and I had to dig my

way out of it, live.”

She said that while the way

dyslexic people figured things out

might be different, the outcome

could be incredible.

Crummer, who lives in

Auckland, said she loved that

performing enabled her to travel.

She always looked forward to

playing with Harwood, Urlich

and O’Neill, sometimes joined

by Shona Laing, with the singers

typically doing about three or

four shows together a year.

She was looking forward to

reuniting with them for Selwyn

Sounds.

“I’m a huge fan of theirs and we

have the utmost respect for each

other so it’s a joy all round, a real

buzz.”

The concert will also feature

Kiwi rock heavyweights Mi-Sex,

Dragon, The Jordan Luck Band

and Jason Kerrison.

When she was not performing

with Harwood and co or

going solo, she often joined her

father’s band, Will Crummer

and the Rarotongans, playing

songs which mostly sung in Cook

Island Maori. Crummer took a

more low key role in the band,

playing the pahu and putting in

some occasional backing vocals.

She didn’t mind stepping back

from the spotlight and credited

her father with setting her on the

path to stardom.

“He gave me the gift of music,”

she said.

“I do count my blessings, that’s

a daily ritual for me, the fact that

I can do music and have never

had a job.”

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managing director Lance

Coupland presents the keys

of a new Volkswagen Polo to

Louisa Sinclair, the winner of a

Coupland’s competition. While

Mrs Sinclair, 34, described the

win as an “amazing Christmas

present”, she will be trading

the car valued at $25,000 to

support a trip to her homeland,

Northern Ireland, next April.

Living in Dunedin for the past

seven years, Mrs Sinclair, her

husband and two daughters

will travel to Bangor for the

first time since she moved

to New Zealand. Mrs Sinclair

won the competition through

Coupland’s Bakeries at

Andersons Bay, South Dunedin.

She said the bakery is a regular

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PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

Progress on farm environment plans

• By Tom Doudney

ABOUT A third of 900

Selwyn Waihora Zone

farmers who need to obtain

a farm environment plan in

the

next six months have done so.

Under Plan Change 1 to the

Land & Water Regional Plan,

farms not supplied by the

Central Plains Water scheme,

about 900 in total, will need

to obtain land use consent.

Having an audited farm environment

plan will be a key

part of that process and about

300 of these farms already have

theirs.

The requirement to have a

land use consent took effect

from January 1 and farmers

will have six months to lodge

their application.

Farm environment plans

identify on-farm environmental

risks and how they will be

managed.

Environment Canterbury’s

Selwyn Waihora Zone team

manager Michaela Rees said it

was pleasing that many farms

already had theirs.

ECan would work with

the others to make sure they

could meet the six-month

deadline.

“In this catchment particularly,

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that we will take action where

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News

Sign of the Kiwi cafe returns

• By Caitlin Miles

AFTER NEARLY six years,

the Sign of the Kiwi will reopen

later this month.

The building at the top of

Dyers Pass Rd was closed following

the September 4, 2010,

earthquake. It suffered further

damage on February 22, 2011.

Before it was closed, it had a cafe

and shop.

The cafe will reopen on

January 23 after more than

$600,000 in strengthening

work.

The Sign of the Takahe,

another protected heritage

building, was also closed for

repair work following the

February 2011 earthquake.

Work on the building began in

2015 and it is set to open next

month.

City council heritage rebuild

programme manager Richie

Moyle said the Sign of the Kiwi

building was a piece of “old

world heritage.”

“The Sign of the Kiwi is a

treasure of national significance,”

he said.

The Category 1 listed heritage

building was built in 1916 and

1917.

During its restoration and

repair work, contractors found

song lyrics scrawled on the roof

from an Eileen Barton song,

which was released in the

1950s.

The message read: “If we had

of known you were coming we’d

of baked a cake.”

City council heritage adviser

Gareth Wright said it was

likely the message was written

by tradespeople when they battened

the roof of the Sign of the

Kiwi in the 1950s.

Cashmere Ward city councillor

Tim Scandrett said it will be

exciting to have the cafe open

again so locals and visitors can

take in the views.

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up there, enjoy an ice cream and

the weather, and just look at one

of the best views in Canterbury,”

Cr Scandrett said.

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Email annabelle.dick@starmedia.kiwi

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International Akaroa Music

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Today – Thursday, January 22.

Times vary

Now celebrating its 10th

anniversary, the Akaroa Music

Festival is New Zealand’s

premiere residential music

school. An array of distinguished

international musicians provides

lessons, masterclasses and

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These intensive days of music

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Students are invited to apply

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recorder. Purchase your tickets

online at Eventfinda or at Akaroa

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Art in Pieces

Today – Saturday, February 4.

Times vary

A group of mosaic artists based

in Christchurch, who have been

creating mosaics for several

years between them, for sale at

markets and online, commission

works, and personal pieces. ‘Art

in Pieces’ is their first public

exhibition as the Christchurch

Mosaic Community to give the

viewer an insight into the world

of mosaics as an art form, as well

as the more well known craft

form. Each mosaicist has their

own unique style and uses many

different materials to accentuate

their passion for this creative expression.

Entry to this exhibition

is free, with many pieces available

for purchase.

Lyttelton Gallery, 20 Oxford St,

Lyttelton

Ferrymead Bark in the Park

Saturday, 10am-3.30pm

Go along to celebrate the dogs

in your life. Take them for a ride

on the tram, attend an animal

blessing, remember your loved

pet on the memorial board. All

dogs must be on leads. Admission

price is $15 for over 12 years

old, for under 12 it’s free. Dogs

are free but must have a ticket, so

the group knows how many dogs

to cater for. Four hundred tickets

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Ferrymead Heritage Park, 50

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Lyttlelton Summer Pool Party

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January 15 and enjoy the fun

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