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• By Noah Graham

THE PUBLIC will get a big say

on what changes will be made to

the controversial St Andrews Hill

Rd, Bridle Path Rd and Main Rd

intersection.

The city council is

looking to change the

layout and residents have

received a brochure in their

letterboxes outlining three

options.

Hill residents were

critical of changes to the

intersection when the

Ferrymead Bridge was

reconstructed during 2015.

The first option is to leave

the intersection as it is.

The second is to install new traffic

signals on St Andrews Hill Rd alongside

new pre-signals on Bridle Path

Rd.

The third is to introduce a no right

turn for Bridle Path traffic on to Main

Rd.

Intersection user and Cannon Hill

Cres resident Mike Morrison said

option two is the better option and

was the obvious choice.

Mr Morrison said a submission was

made to the city council when the

Ferrymead Bridge was reconstructed

which recommended traffic signals on

St Andrews Hill Rd.

He claims it would have

saved a lot of time, effort

and money if the city council

had listened to the original

recommendations.

The community wants the

new traffic signals installed

and leaving the intersection

as it is would be dangerous,

Mr Morrison said.

Sara Templeton Last week Mr Morrison

had a close call at the intersection

when he was making his way

into the city.

He said a motorist ran through one

of the red lights.

“They should not have run through

the red light, but the intersection did

not help.”

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Wednesday February 1 2017

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THE PEOPLE have spoken and

the city council has listened.

Good news on page 1 today –

it looks like the St Andrews Hill

Rd intersection at the bottom of

the hill will be changed.

Locals via Bay Harbour News

and other means tried to tell the

council they had got it wrong

when the changes were being

made, but they didn’t listen.

Only repeated articles and

drum-beating saw staff react,

and now it’s happening.

More consultation of course,

and that means things will drag

on, but at least a good result is

now in sight.

Local surfers and runners have

done well in their respective

sports in recent weeks and we

have the details on pages 12 and

15, plus a good photo of young

Tim Ward on the front page.

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 3

‘Prison-style’ fencing to stay

• By Bridget Rutherford

REDCLIFFS RESIDENTS have

lost a battle to have “prisonstyle”

fencing changed.

However, they have received

an apology for the confusing

consultation process.

The city council installed 2m

high safety fences along the cliff

side of Main Rd to keep people

out of the dangerous rock-fall

area in November.

However, Redcliffs Residents’

Association was angry as it

thought the pool-style fencing

was too tall, and it had “prison

style” spikes on the top which

was not in the original plan.

The association wrote to the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board, requesting

it ask the city council to include

funding in the Annual Plan to

revise the extent and style of the

fencing.

It also criticised the consultation

process, saying the city

council had not listened to

residents’ requests to reduce

the height to 1.2m, and the

inclusion of spikes had not been

consulted on.

But in a Sumner Lyttelton

Corridor newsletter posted on

the city council website, city

services general manager Dave

Darrell Latham

Chris Doudney

Adamson apologised for the

confusion around the consultation

and justified why that fencing

was installed.

“We are sorry if there has

been confusion and angst

around some of the decisions

about the fencing.

“We assure you there has

never been any attempt to intentionally

mislead anyone.”

Mr Adamson said the city

council’s decision to install that

type of fencing was based on

safety, and expert advice.

INTRUSIVE: The spikes on top of the fencing was not part of the original

plan.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

It had to use the spear top

pool-fencing because it was

manufactured locally.

Residents’ association acting

chairman Chris Doudney said

he had not seen the newsletter,

and was not aware of other

members of the association seeing

it.

He said the issue lay with the

consultation process.

“They didn’t really consult

about anything really, they were

just telling us this is what we’re

going to do.”

Community board member

Darrell Latham said the fencing

was unlikely to be changed.

He said the city council needed

to ensure its communication

around consultation options

was correct and not subject to

misinterpretation in the future.

Fencing has been installed at

Moa Bone Point, and will also

be installed at Shag Rock Reserve

and Wakefield Ave, from

Nayland to Paisley Sts as part of

the Sumner Lyttelton Corridor

project.

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BAY HARBOUR News has a new

reporter – Noah Graham.

Noah, who is a product of Aoraki

Polytech’s journalism course, replaces

Annabelle Dick, who has left

to further her career in Wellington.

Bay Harbour News is a fantastic

local paper and I can’t wait to meet

the various community groups and

organisations,” he

said.

Noah (right)

will cover general

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So if you are a community group,

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Wednesday February 1 2017

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Actors swap roles in popular

BRAND NEW TWIST: Nick Cheesebrough as Lady Marian and Sophia Benter-Lynch as Robin

Hood in a new adaptation for the Anthony Harper Summer Theatre production of Robin Hood.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN ​

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

NICK CHEESEBROUGH has

played a wide scope of leading

roles – from the gentle Tinman

in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

to gambler Harry the Horse in

musical Guys & Dolls.

But never did he think he

would play what is traditionally

a leading lady role.

The 19-year-old of Purau

is playing a more masculine

version of Lady Marian in a new

adaptation of Robin Hood.

“I didn’t think I would be

playing a love interest anytime

soon,” he said.

A new production of the

English legend was created by

Daniel Pengelly for the city

council’s Anthony Harper

Summer Theatre production.

And the Riccarton House

grounds has transformed into

Sherwood Forest as the tale of

Robin Hood and her adventures

is brought to the city.

While most of the storyline

remains the same, the show has

a new twist with all characters’

genders roles being switched.

Cheesebrough describes his

reinvented character as a buff

jockey sort of guy with a few

insecurities.

The former Cashmere High

School student said his character

is still the damsel-in-distress

and the love interest of Robin

Hood.

“They meet by chance and

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and fall in love. Love at first site

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from the Sheriff of Nottingham,”

he said.

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1991 film Robin Hood: Prince of

Thieves starring Alan Rickman

and Kevin Costner.

Classic characters such

as the infamous Sheriff of

Nottingham is played by Carrie

Green, Friar Tuck by Millie

Hanford and Robin Hood by

Sophia Benter-Lynch.

Benter-Lynch, of St Martins,

said it is an empowering play for

families – especially for those

taking their daughters.

“Even though Robin Hood is

a young woman she is still great

at leading this army. People

actually follow her and it is a

great message to the youth of

today,” she said.

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BAY HARBOUR

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English tale

Growing opposition to

Since graduating from Cashmere

High School Cheesebrough

has performed in several productions

for Canterbury University’s

Musical Theatre Society and

in Showbiz Christchurch’s Evita.

Originally from Portsmouth,

England, Cheesebrough moved to

the city when he was 10 and hopes

to get into Toi Whakaari: New

Zealand Drama School based in

Wellington.

Benter-Lynch’s interest in

acting was first ignited when she

became obsessed with the film

The Sound of Music at eight-yearsold.

“I was like they are on stage

they having so much fun singing

and dancing and it is just like isn’t

this just a dream job to be able to

have fun for the rest of your life,”

she said.

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Redcliffs School move

• Noah Graham

OPPOSITION TO Redcliffs

School’s move to Redcliffs Park

is continuing to snowball.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham knows the relocation

of the school is a difficult

decision but says it is the wrong

one.

“From my perspective, Hekia

Parata (Education Minister) has

in many ways dealt the Redcliffs

community a poisoned chalice.”

From his perspective, the

Main Rd site was the best location

for the school and expert

advice provided to Ms Parata

proved it was safe, he said.

He could not understand why

the ministry had decided to

move the school from Main Rd

to an area that was susceptible

to coastal erosion, contaminated

land and tsunamis.

The community was thrilled

Redcliffs School would stay

open, but it would come at a

“tricky cost,” Mr Latham said.

He said Ms Parata decided

Redcliffs Park would be suitable

as the new site.

However, Friends of Redcliffs

Park chairwoman Simi Desor

said there was nothing wrong

with the original school site.

“The old school site is perfectly

safe and perfectly fine to keep,”

she said.

“If the school is the heart of

the community, that particular

park is really the soul of the

community and we would like to

preserve the park.”

National list MP Nuk Korako

respects some members of the

community have a preference for

the original site but the advice

received by the Ministry of Education

points to Redcliffs Park

being a better site for a school.

“The ministry will be working

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the park to stay as

it is.

to acquire the land, and that will

involve consultation with the

land owners,” he said.

Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson

reflected many of the views expressed

by the community.

She said there was no logical

reason for the school to be

rebuilt at Redcliffs Park.

“There is no reason behind the

[decision].”

Redcliffs Residents’ Association

chairman Chris Doudney

is one of several people trying to

fight the ministry’s decision.

He said it would save time and

money if the school stayed at its

original site and the community

could continue using the park.

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Wednesday February 1 2017

News

Intersection

goes back

for discussion

•From page 1

Heathcote Ward councillor

Sara Templeton said she had

received a lot of contact from

residents who are motivated to

make a submission since the

consultation had started.

“I’m expecting good

numbers at the two drop-in

sessions and am looking

forward to hearing what they

have to say.”

She said the consultation

does not close until February

23 which gives residents a

good opportunity to have their

say.

“It’s a difficult intersection

with difficult geography and I

know that any decision will be

robustly debated.”

Residents will have their

chance to voice their opinions

this evening from 4.30-6pm

at the Mt Pleasant Memorial

Community Centre and at

the Heathcote Community

Centre on February 9 from

5-6.30pm.

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Email noah.graham@

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Gondola images now online

• By Noah Graham

TWO CAMERAS installed

on the gondola to give people

a snapshot of the conditions

on the Port Hills are now

operational.

Every 10min, the Summit

Road Society’s website is updated

with an up-close photograph of

the hills which allows residents

to look through the day’s footage

and prepare for the conditions

before they make their trip up.

One camera faces east towards

Godley Head while the other

gives a western view towards the

Sign of the Kiwi and Gebbies

Pass.

Summit Road Society board

member Hamish Grant is delighted

with the cameras and the

effect they are already having.

He said the cameras deliver

a clear view of the hills and a

chance to spot any bad weather

which could ruin a day out.

As an avid cyclist and Port

Hills regular, Mr Grant said the

new cameras are “very useful”

for the community of people

who like to walk, run and cycle

up the hills.

It allows people to prepare and

dress accordingly before they

hike up the hills, Mr Grant said.

He said the cameras are an important

addition as the weather

is often completely different

when compared to the rest of the

city.

Mr Grant is the driving force

behind the cameras which were

installed six months ago and

took a “long time” before they

were available to the public.

He admits the decision to get

the cameras up and running

cam from a “slightly selfish” side

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be, a huge benefit to the community.

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Yacht club’s $1.17m shed

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 7

• By Tom Doudney

Trevor Kite

THE Christchurch Yacht Club

is hoping it will soon get the go

ahead for a new rowing shed

to replace the one demolished

after the June 2011 earthquake.

The Moncks Bay-based club

wants to build a new $1.17

million shed in

a more seaward

position to allow

room for the

Coastal Pathway

walking and

cycle route between

it and the

road. Building

the shed further

seaward means higher costs.

The club already has resource

consent and a building permit

for the new shed. It has also

asked the city council to

contribute $327,595 towards

the extra costs associated with

providing for the Coastal Pathway,

along with an additional

$239,713 because the public

will have use of the shed’s

decks and ramps.

The club has raised $607,000

so far, and has carried out soil

testing.

It has met with both the

city council and the Coastal

Pathway group over the last

two months and expects to

get a response from the city

council soon.

Once funding has been

secured, work could begin

almost immediately and

would take about 10 months to

complete.

The new shed would be 5.5m

further seaward, enlarging the

space for a public walking and

cycle route between it and the

road from 1m to 4m.

The club’s shed and

boardwalk project convener

Trevor Kite said the proposal

was a win-win scenario for the

club and community.

“Although we have the

right to put the shed back as

it was, to have done so would

have denied the community

the chance to walk past there

except for a little track,”

he said.

“It has been identified as the

major obstacle for completing

the Coastal Pathway between

Ferrymead and Sumner.”

Mr Kite said the club would

function much better when

it could once again provide a

shed for members to store boats

in.

WRECKED: The

Christchurch Yacht

Club’s rowing shed

was demolished

following the June

2011 earthquake,

which was centred

less than 200m

away.

This would also help with

traffic and parking in the area,

as members would not have to

bring their boats with them on

trailers.

The shed had already been

damaged in the February 2011

earthquake and was deemed

unsafe following the magnitude

6.3 quake in June that year,

which was centred less than

200m away.

The clubrooms were

also damaged by the 2011

earthquakes, although they are

still able to be used and will be

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AKAROA AND Diamond

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towns which will get

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the Government has

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The $300 million programme

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cent of New Zealanders to

have access to fibre within

eight years – more than the

Government’s original goal

of 80 per cent by 2022.

Selwyn MP Amy Adams

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Your Local Views

History provides strong future

Port Hills MP

Ruth Dyson

talks about

Lyttelton’s

history

How many times

over the last six

years have you heard someone

(even yourself) ask – “What used

to be there?”

With the number of buildings

that we have lost, I feel it’s really

important to have easy and

accessible information about

what used to be in these now

vacant or newly built on sites.

And it’s the same with local

identities – remembering them

and their contribution is important

too. It helps build a sense of

place and community.

I have seen so many visitors

to Lyttelton look at the beautiful

photos on London St, taken by

Jae Renaut.

Who would have imagined all

those years ago when he took

those photos that they would

be some of the enduring images

of buildings no longer there.

Beautiful and significant buildings

like the Harbour Light, the

Salvation Army Barracks and

the Lyttelton Council building.

Likewise, it was really lovely

to see the plaque unveiled to

commemorate the 105 th anniversary

of the founding of

MEMORIES:

Buildings such as the

former Harbourlight

Theatre and the

Colletts Chemist

site are of significant

historical importance

to Lyttelton.

Colletts Chemist on the corner

of London and Oxford Sts.

The community board deserves

our thanks for supporting this

plaque and I certainly hope that

it is the first of many to recognise

other community leaders and

contributors.

Some of the plaques could be

more beneficial if they had a

story board with me, so that locals

and visitors alike could read

a bit of the history of the person

or building.

Perhaps other areas in the city

could think about doing a similar

project to Lyttelton?

Very little of our history is

accessible to the average visitor

and I think that it would give us

a positive point of difference to

many other areas as we compete

for the tourist visitors.

What do you think?

Economy driving

wage and job growth

National List

MP Nuk Korako

talks about

what to expect

in election year

Happy New Year.

As we head

into election year, people will be

considering whether they think

New Zealand is heading in the

right direction. To me the answer

is a resounding yes.

New Zealand tops the world

rankings as the least corrupt

country on earth, the most prosperous

country and the easiest

place to do business.

The economy continues to

grow, driving wage and job

growth, and allowing us to lift

the minimum wage ahead of inflation

again. Tourism has grown

by 8.4 per cent in Canterbury in

the last year, and with the opening

of major attractions such

as the Christchurch Adventure

Park, I expect that growth to

increase.

We have work under way on

multiple cycleways throughout

the Port Hills – in particular the

Sumner to City cycleway will

be enjoyed by commuters and

recreational cyclists alike.

But this year is not just about

the election. There is plenty of

work to do in the Port Hills. I

will be continuing to monitor the

situation with Redcliffs School, as

the Ministry of Education works

to get construction of the new

school under way, and advocate

to lower the speed in school

zones.

I have been involved with the

Heathcote River, but there is

more work to be done on this,

and other environmental issues

within the Port Hills.

The issues caused by

Christchurch City Council’s

handling of Coastal Hazards

have not gone away, and I will

continue to advocate for an

outcome that is satisfactory to

coastal residents.

We also need to keep working

on bringing cruise ships back to

Lyttelton. It is really important

that we take a regional approach

to this issue, acknowledging

not just the benefits to the Port

Company and to Lyttelton, but to

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SPORTS

IN FORM: Craig Primmer was instrumental with both bat and

ball in Heathcote’s final twenty20 round robin match.

Semi-final spot

for Heathcote

• By Gordon Findlater

HEATHCOTE’S 2A team have

pulled off two final day victories

to qualify for the Barry Hadlee

Series semi-finals.

They will now take on East

Christchurch Shirley at Burwood

Park tomorrow for a spot

in Monday’s final.

After starting their metro

cricket twenty20 campaign with

two loses from three games,

Heathcote’s only chance of

qualifying for the semi-finals

was to win both of their final

two games and by a comfortable

margin.

Burnside West Christchurch

University were their first test on

Saturday and Heathcote didn’t

muck around setting an imposing

total batting first. Opener

Matt Mealings carried the innings

with an unbeaten knock

of 90 to help his side through to

169/7 from their 20 overs.

Heathcote’s bowlers backed

Mealings’ effort in the second

innings as they restricted the

opposition to 124/5 to secure the

45-run victory.

The result meant that Heathcote

now need to defeat Merivale

Papanui in their afternoon

match. However, a result itself

would not be enough.

Going into the match Merivale

Papanui occupied the second

and final play-off spot in pool

two of the competition. They

had one more win that Heathcote

and also held a significant

net run rate advantage.

With a big win required, time

was of the essence when Heathcote

went into bat. Mealings

once again set the tone at the top

of the innings, backing up his

unbeaten 90 with a quick fire 80

which included eight fours and

five sixes.

Craig Primmer then came to

the crease later in the innings,

clearing the boundary four

times before being bowled for

60 as Heathcote finished on a

monster total of 213/3.

They now needed to dismiss

Merivale Papanui cheaply to

secure, and the bowlers rose to

the occasion. Primmer backed

up his half century with two

wickets, while David Stack,

Neranga Jayaweera and Tom

Clay also chipped in with two

wickets each to dismiss Merivale

Papanui in the 19th over for just

91 runs.

The 128-run win was more

than enough to secure second

spot in pool two for Heathcote.

Both Merivale Papanui and

Sydenham finished with the

same competition points. However,

Heathcote’s dominant final

day meant they held a superior

net run rate.

CHAMPION: Victoria Wells (left) soars high

in the 80m hurdles for Canterbury at the

inter-provincials in Dunedin.

ACHIEVEMENT:

Beth Hunter and

John Wells both

represented

Sumner at the

recent South Island

Colgate games in

Invercargill.

JANUARY WAS a busy month

for juniors at the Sumner

Running Club who competed at

a number of events around the

country.

The year opened with the

Lovelock Classics in Timaru

where Caleb Sutter, 11, and

John Wells, 13, both captured

victories.

Caleb won the 11-year-old

boys 100m sprint in a time of

13.73sec. He then finished second

on the long jump, his jump

of 3.93m saw him finish just two

centimetres behind the winner.

Caleb also competed in the shot

SPRINTER: Luca Tracey travelled to Hastings

to take part in the North Island Colgate games

where he finished sixth in the 200m final.

Athletes race away with wins

put where he completed the podium

with a throw of 6.45m to

finish third. John ran away with

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He also competed in the shot put

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John then joined fellow Sumner

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South Island Colgate games in

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and fifth in the 400m. John also

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the 80m hurdles.

Sumner’s Luca Tracey competed

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the North Island Colgate games

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on to finish the final in sixth.

Tim Ward, 14, and Victoria

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Low pressure system whipped up

bigger waves than Cyclone Pam

• Aaron Lock

IT SEEMS as

though the

weather has

finally settled

down and

perhaps the

first large,

high pressure

system will centre over the

southern part of the country

this week.

The southern ocean is still

quite active with plenty of

south-westerly swells pushing

north.

The spring-like weather last

month has had a silver lining

in the fact that there have been

plenty of waves around.

Consistent southerly swells

have been pushing up the

coast and each north-west to

south-west change has been

preceded by a fun north swell

for the city beaches. Taylors

and the Scarborough breakwater

have had some great waves.

The last big low pressure

system whipped up one of the

biggest north swells in a long,

long time. Bigger than Cyclone

Pam, although a lot messier.

The Environment Canterbury

buoy off Banks Peninsula

peaked at an average wave

height of 5.5m, with 11.5m

waves recorded from the

north-east.

There were waves breaking

in places they shouldn’t – I saw

some rollers breaking up the

shipping channel in Lyttelton

Harbour.

For most of the day on ‘big

Sunday,’ it was too big and

messy to surf, but once the

wind swung offshore, the

swell became organised and

there where some big bombs at

Taylors and Scarborough for

the brave.

The water is still pretty

chilly only 17 deg C. February

is normally the month of our

warmest ocean temperatures

so hopefully we can get at least

Aaron's surf report

a few weeks of 20 deg C water.

The National Surf Championships,

presented by Health

2000, were held in Piha this

month. Raglan’s Billy Stairmand

won his sixth open

men’s title.

A small crew of local surfers

ventured north with some

great success. Harrison Whiteside

made the open quarterfinals.

Lucy Temoananui put

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place second in the women’s

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Alan Temoananui surfed

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in the final.

Ava Henderson put in a

great performance in the under-14

girls’ section, winning

all her heats on the way to the

final.

Henderson placed second in

a tightly contested final. Her

mum, Donna, put in a last

minute entry into the over-30s

women’s event and ended up

winning her first national title.

The waves were pretty big and

challenging for most of the

week.

The South Island circuit

begins this month with the

Cape Classic in Westport

on February 24 and 25. Locally,

the Malfunction at New

Brighton will be on February

18. We are heading into what

is normally our best time of

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and make the most of it.

SPORTS

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and Kathryn Furniss

Today to Wednesday, February 8

Furniss mainly works in acrylic

with layers of colour and texture

to give the viewer a feel of depth.

Inspired by Pacific lifestyles,

landscapes and objects, her

latest work has seen her explore

the human figure. In the past

10 years, she has had numerous

successful exhibitions throughout

New Zealand. Furniss has also

been exploring other mediums

to produce a range of garden

sculptures and laser cut jewellery.

Little River Gallery, Christchurch

Akaroa Rd, Little River

Art in Pieces

Today to Saturday, times vary

A group of artists, based in

Christchurch, have been creating

mosaics for several years between

them. Art in Pieces is their

first public exhibition as the

Christchurch Mosaic Community.

They aim 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 for sale.

Lyttel Gallery, 20 Oxford St,

Lyttelton

Nerd Degree: Hearts and Minds

Wednesday, 7.30pm

Watch nerds face-off against

one another in a battle of general

knowledge. This week, love is in

the air. Watch as 12 nerds try to

navigate popular romantic-comedy

movies and classic love stories

by making up answers and witty

responses.

Orange Studios, Ferry Rd. Tickets

from $10

Babytimes

Friday, 10.30-11am

This event aims to encourage

learning through language. It

involves rhymes, songs, stories and

play with the other babies.

Trinity Hall, Lyttelton Recreation

Centre, 25 Winchester St. Free entry

Estuary Fest

Saturday, 1-6pm

Come join in the fun at the

annual Estuary Fest and celebrate

the wetlands. There will be

fairground rides, community stalls,

food vendors, interactive displays

and music. Free entry but some

rides, food and drinks will cost.

For more information, visit www.

facebook.com/Estuaryfest

McCormacks Bay Reserve, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd, Mt Pleasant

SEAWEEK AKAROA: The theme for Seaweek will be Toiora te Moana, Toiora te Tangata

– Healthy Seas, Healthy People. Numerous events have been planned in Akaroa and

Seaweek will provide special opportunities to experience the beauty and mysteries of the

marine environment. Please visit Akaroa.com for the programme of events. Seaweek will

run from Saturday, February 25, to Sunday, March 5.

Lyttelton SummerFest

February 11 to March 10

Enjoy the Lyttelton

SummerFest by Project

Lyttelton. There will be two

new events in the SummerFest

this year – a traditional Kiwi

community barbecue at The

Grassy and a day of creative

taster workshops, offered by

some amazing local arts and

crafts people. We’ll have the

fifth Strange Bedfellows at

Lyttelton Arts Factory, with

a whole new group of artists

mixing it up together.

Learn to Sail

Sunday, February 12,

9am-noon. Then every

Sunday morning for eight weeks

This course will cater for

children aged eight to 13

with very little or no sailing

experience. To register

and for more details, email

programmes@navalpoint.co.nz

or register via the Naval

Point Club website. Fees will

apply.

Naval Point Club Lyttelton, 16

Marina Accessway, Magazine

Bay

Markets

Mt Pleasant Farmers’

Market: Every Saturday,

9.30am-2.30pm, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd

Lyttelton Farmers’ Market:

Every Saturday, 10am-1pm,

London St

Sumner Sunday Market:

Every Sunday from November

to April, 11am-3pm, Wakefield

Ave

Akaroa Farmers’ Market:

Every Saturday from October

to April, 9.30am-1pm, Madeira

car park


Wednesday February 1 2017

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 17

WE ARE ON THE MOVE

Due to upcoming EQC repairs on our existing premises we have decided

to vacate our Athelston Street, Barrington offices at the end of our lease

which expires on the 31st January 2017

Barrington Jewellery Centre

With over 100 years of combined expertise in jewellery we offer a unique

service where you can purchase your engagement, wedding rings and

remakes, have jewellery repaired, ring resizing and restoration completed, as

well as your precious items of jewellery valued.

Clarity Diamonds

- Edwin Edmonds

Clarity Diamonds will continue to offer their extensive range

of engagement and wedding rings and remaking service

by appointment only. To make an appointment as from the

1st of February phone Edwin on 982 2982 or email: edwin@

claritydiamonds.co.nz Edwin wishes to thank all those who have

supported him while in Barrington and he looks forward to hearing

from you again to meet your requirements and is happy to answer

any questions you may have.

Clarity Diamonds was established by Edwin Edmonds to offer

a personalised service to provide the best combination of

style quality and value for money. Over the last 35

years Edwin has specialised in engagement

and wedding rings and carries one of

the largest selections in Christchurch

which customers can order in the

combinations that suit them best.

Free Quotes are given and a design

service is also available. Remaking

of your jewellery is also a speciality

at Clarity Diamonds where we can

recreate your treasured pieces.

Before

Craig Anderson

– Goldsmith/ Manufacturing Jeweller

Craig Anderson - Goldsmith, will continue to offer Jewellery

Manufacture, Restoration and Repair by appointment only.

Craig wishes to thank his customers for their support whilst

based in Barrington.

To make an appointment as from 1 February 2017 Craig

can be contacted either by

Mobile: 021 844 649 Email: goldsmithnz@gmail.com

With 38 years experience at the workbench Craig

specialises in jewellery repair and restoration. A member

of the Goldsmiths Guild of New Zealand,

Craig completed his apprenticeship in

Remade

Ring

After

Wellington and attained his Trade

Certificate in Manufacturing

Jewellery in 1978. Jewellery

repairs, ring resizing and

restorations are carried out by

Craig in his workshop on the

premises. Craig will discuss

the best available options

to you in regards repairs as

well as advice on the care

and maintenance of your

precious jewellery items. Whilst

no appointment is necessary

Craig can be contacted on (03)

337 6576 if you wish to make a time

to see him.

Professional

service from

professional

people

Edwin Edmonds

Clarity Diamonds

GIA Diamond Cert.

Craig Anderson

Goldsmith /

Manufacturing

Jeweller

Member Goldsmiths

Guild of N.Z.

NZTCMJ

JVC Valuers

1st Fl/10a Athelstan Street,

Barrington

Christchurch

Ph:

Fax:

03 332 4233

03 982 4234

Email: jim@jvcvaluers.co.nz

Client Name:

Valuation Number:

Ruby Ring

JC12-7834Ad

Valuation for Insurance

Item: 1 SOLITAIRE RING

Alloy: 18ct yellow gold, Stamped : (18ct/1.00), Manufacture: assembled cast, Maker Designer: na, Setting:

tapered six claw, Underrail: straight, Shoulders diamond set extended and pointed cross over,

Shank/Band: narrow, near flat and slightly tapered.

DIAMOND.. one claw set, round brilliant cut diamond measuring 5.37 - 5.29 mm, estimated total weight

0.58 carats, with apparent averaged quality of; Colour: I-J, Clarity: low SI2, Make: medium good.

DIAMOND.. Fourteen channel set, round brilliant cut diamonds measuring 1.93 - 1.95 mm, estimated

total weight 0.42 carats, with apparent averaged quality of; Colour: H-I, Clarity: SI2-I1, Make: medium.

DiamondLink #L049M- www.diamondlink.co.nz

Item Weight:

Condition:

Durability:

510

Good

Good

Valuer: Jim Young, GIA: Diamonds Graduate GIA: ADG

Authorised signature:

Economic Factors:

grams

NRV- New Replacement Value......

$6,275.00

VALUERS DECLARATION - I hereby certify that the above item was personally examined by me on the date shown

and has been valued for the purpose of Insurance. This report does not constitute a warranty or guarantee. This

report should be read in conjunction with the attached schedule

20 July 2012

$NZ Exchange Rates US$ 0.7775 Metal Prices (NZ$/ounce) Gold 2055.16 Platinum 1857.87 Palladium

785.52 Silver 36.09

Last month aLone more

than 700 new ZeaLanders

needed to cLaim for Lost

or stoLen jeweLLery and

watches. if you need to

cLaim now, wouLd your

jeweLLery be fuLLy insured?

JVC Valuers, Jewellery Valuation Specialists

We are Moving, our new address from Feb 1/2017 will be unit 2/301 Lincoln Road

(opposite Domino’s and next door to The Addington Coffee Coop).

Ph: (03) 332 4233 | Email: jim@jvcvaluers.co.nz | www.jvcvaluers.co.nz

Why use JVC ? See why JVC Valuers, jewellery valuation specialists are leading the

industry in jewellery valuation services.

1. EXPERIENCE. As we value more precious jewellery than anyone else in NZ, our

valuation team have unrivalled expertise. We can value all types of jewellery,

diamonds and gemstones. We value antique watches, antique jewellery, Asian 22

carat or 24 carat gold jewellery.

2. QUALITY. Our valuations meet Insurance Company standards. Your jewellery

will be clearly described, cleaned, photographed and valued. (see sample in

advertisement)

3. PRICE. We offer fair and transparent pricing based on the work we do, not the

value of your jewellery. So there’s no hidden fees.

4. SECURITY. Your jewellery stays on our premises, all our valuations are completed in

house.

5. CONVENIENT. JVC Valuers has four valuation centres conveniently located in

Auckland, Tauranga, Wellington & Christchurch (Christchurch, 1st floor 10a Athelstan

Street-next to medical centre).

6. SERVICE. By appointment you can make a booking at our special Valuation Days,

to have your jewellery valued within the same day. Please Phone 332 4233.

7. Check us out. www.jvcvaluers.co.nz

Jim Young

JVC Valuers

Senior Valuer

GIA: Diamonds

Graduate

Bei Kong

JVC Valuers

FGA: Gemmogolist

GIA: Diamond

Grading

By appointment only

www.claritydiamonds.co.nz

www.titaniumweddingrings.co.nz

Ph: (03) 982 2982 or 0800 4 RINGS

Email: edwin@claritydiamonds.co.nz

Craig Anderson NZTCMJ

Goldsmith

Jewellery Manufacture, Repair & Restoration

By appointment only Ph: (03) 337 6576

Email: gold.smith@clear.net.nz

2/301 Lincoln Road

www.jvcvaluers.co.nz

Ph: (03) 332 4233 E: jim@jvcvaluers.co.nz


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Wednesday February 1 2017


Wednesday February 1 2017

HEALTH & BEAUTY

Offering a

full range

of dental

services

BAY HARBOUR

Merivale Dental Group staff, left to right, David

Rowley, Megan Smith, Jenny Kim, Petria Waitzer.

PAGE 19

A fortnight. One month. Two

months. How much time and

patience does one need to have

a porcelain crown or a ceramic

dental restoration nowadays?

At Merivale Dental Group, they

acknowledge people have hectic

lifestyles juggling work and family

life leaving little time for multiple

dental appointments.

CEREC same-day dental crowns

and implants are the most modern

technology available in dental

restoration. They are one of a few

practices in Christchurch being

able to manufacture and place

ceramic restorations by taking a 3D

digital scan of your teeth. The tooth

is then designed on clever software

and sculpted by a milling unit which

allows them to produce beautiful,

strong porcelain restorations in

the one appointment. This means

no temporary restoration and no

second visit for their patients.

Merivale Dental Group has

the latest and state-of-the-art

Omnicam CEREC unit. Dentists

David Rowley and Jenny Kim

believe that the advances of digital

dentistry are the way of the future

and pride themselves in producing

strong long lasting restorations.

Behind all beautiful, swift dental

restorations should be firm healthy

gums covering the pearly whites.

When it comes to focussing on

having fantastic oral health, it is very

easy for us to forget gum health.

Megan Smith and Petria Waitzer

are the friendly and experienced

dental hygienists at Merivale Dental

Group. They are both passionate

about prevention and treatment

of gum disease and provide gentle

but thorough removal of plaque,

stains, and tartar build-ups. Since

prevention is better than cure, they

are dedicated to helping you perfect

your homecare technique and aid

in sorting out any problems before

they get worse.

Merivale Dental Group offers

a full range of dental services

and they would love to help you

out with all your dental needs. If

you would like more information

on their friendly practice, please

check out their website at www.

merivaledental.co.nz or call them

on 355 3888.

Merivale Dental Group offers a

full range of dental services and

they would love to help you out

with all your dental needs.

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SuperValue Lyttelton: 17 London Street, Lyttelton. Phone 328 7368. Open 7am-9pm, 7 days.

SuperValue Sumner: 3 Village Mall, Sumner. Phone 326 5688. Open 7am-9pm, 7 days.

Specials available from Wednesday, 1st February until Sunday, 5th February 2017 or while stocks last. We reserve the right to limit quantities. All limits specified apply per customer per day.

Trade not supplied. Prepared meals are serving suggestions only. Props not included. Certain products may not be available in all stores. Proprietary brands not for resale.

Customer Support Freephone 0800 40 40 40.

svbhn0102


Wednesday February 1 2017

REAL ESTATE

Your own piece of paradise

16A Sumnervale Drive, Sumner

Deadline Sale: 12:00pm, Tuesday 21st February 2017

2 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 1 living area | 1 car-garage plus off-street parking | Listing # FM5073

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 21

The peace and quiet of this wonderful

location is complemented by the timeless

1970’s design of this appealing 2 bedroom

home, creating a piece of paradise at entry

level pricing.

The high ceilings in the living areas

add to the feeling of space offered by this

home and is warmed throughout by the

modern logburner and heat pump during

the colder winter months, so far from

everyone’s mind as we enjoy the late arrival

of summer!

With separate, practical kitchen, two

double bedrooms with built-in robes, full

bathroom and separate laundry the home

ready and waiting for any new owner.

This will appeal to investors as it is ready

to rent out now, while any first-time buyers

will appreciate the opportunity to enhance

the home over time, while enjoying the

chance to live in ever popular Sumner

where you can enjoy the beach and café

lifestyle this area offers.

The outdoor areas are deceptive spacious

and the rear private courtyard is just

perfect for entertaining while there is

space to grow a few vegetables and make

the most of the established fruit trees fruits

the current owners have enjoyed over the

years. The single garage and off-street

parking completes this superb offering and

viewing is high recommended.

Make no mistake this is for genuine sale

and all offers will be considered on the

deadline sale date of 12:00pm, Tuesday

21st February 2017.

Open Homes Wed & Sun 12:00am

– 12:40pm. See you at the open homes

or for more information or to arrange

a private viewing contact Chris Moores

of Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead

(Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on

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Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Caravans, Motorhomes

& Traliers

Caravan 4 to 5 Berth

Wanted Repairs OK

027 938 5344

Computers

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Gardening

& Supplies

Landscape

and Garden

Services

If you need help

getting your garden

back in order after

repairs, need any

type of landscape

construction work or

garden restoration.

Ph 021 272 0303

Gardening

& Supplies

GARDENER - Need

your home or commercial

garden tidied up or

renovated or require long

term assistance. Phone

Ruth 326-6663 or 021

272-0303

Holiday

Accommodation

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Public Transport at door.

Ask for our SEASONAL

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544-35011 Email: reception@mandolin.com.au

www.mandolin.com.au

Holiday

Accommodation

SUMNER Holiday

Accom 027 600 6076

www.kotaresumner.nz

Celebrant

WEDDINGS, Civil

Union Ceremonies,

Renewal of Vows, Naming

Ceremonies, Funerals

and Unveilings - Jenni

Gibson Ph/Fax 324-8332,

021 723-089. www.

celebrantservices.net.nz

Tours

Rexellent

Rentals

Cars, Vans, Brisbane, Coolangatta

FREE CALL

0800 601 508

e: rexellent@bigpond.com

Trades & Services

LANDSCAPING/

STONE WORK

All forms of landscaping,

fences, decking & paving.

Phone Mike

Stoneage Landscapes

021 1499 733

RE-ROOFING

QUALITY ROOFING AT THE

BEST PRICE AROUND

Protect your home with a new Colorsteel roof.

Call for a friendly, FREE assessment and quote.

• Roofing

• Spouting and Downpipe

• Safety rails

• Licensed Building

Practitioner

Ph: 347 9045 or 021 165 1682

Email: Robinsonroofing99@gmail.com

Trades & Services

Cracked tiles?

Dirty grout?

Old or mouldy

silicon?

Brett Ph 03 358 5105

or 027 746 7632

www.groutpro.co.nz

Trades & Services

Trades & Services

ELECTRICIAN

ROOFING

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maintence.Call James 027 Association. Over 35 years

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a speciality, FURNITURE REMOVALS 027 432-3822 or 351-9147

no scaffolding Large Trucks $95 + email johnmill@ihug.

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moss and mould features, irrigation, visit www.featureworks.

treatment and planting, decks, co.nz or ph 027 601-3145

waterblasting

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retainer walls, fencing. tree removal, trimming,

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021-034-8555

027 561 4629

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ph Simon 027 389-1351 or quote, 021 061 4783

George Lockyer. Over 03 328-7280

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WINDOW CLEANING

Heritage brickwork a your friendly painter

“Your Windows are the

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eyes of your Home”, for

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a free no obligation quote,

Home 329-9344, Cell PAINTING

call Greg Brown, Crystal

027 684-4046, email PLASTERING

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georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz Free quotes. Int/ext &

ph 384-2661 or 027 616-

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Paul 027 322 6119 4066 or 384-2574

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We are currently buying

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The Stamp Exchange

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machines, ovens. Good

cash paid. Ph Paul 022

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or email karen@

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