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• By Noah Graham

THE controversial Sumner skate

ramp will be locked up and out of

use from Friday after it failed city

council sound level tests last week.

Sound level readings were conducted

on the half pipe last week

which showed the Wakefield Ave

facility did not comply with the

city plan noise standards during

the day or night.

Following the failed noise tests,

the council is reviewing the legality

of the site and have ordered it to

be closed and moved by Friday if

noise levels cannot be reduced.

However, Sumner Green and

Skate Group member Kimberley

Mossman said the skate ramp

would be locked for good tomorrow

night after the community

have given it a “last hurrah,”

which everyone is welcome to

attend.

She said rather than spending

the money now to work with the

council and soundproof the skate

ramp, they would instead close

the park, relocate it and work on it

at the new site.

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Wednesday February 8 2017

FROM

THE

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Inside

News....................................3-10

THE ONGOING Sumner skate

ramp saga takes another twist

this week and we have coverage

on page 1.

There’s polarised views on this

issue – many people want it to

stay in its current location, and of

course there are others who operate

businesses nearby who don’t.

Two weeks ago we had a stack

of responses on our Rise Up

Christchurch Facebook page to

our coverage. And there was a

resounding message: Leave the

skate ramp where it is.

But the city council has now

done a sound test and the powers

that be have found it doesn’t

comply with noise standards.

The people behind the skate

ramp have now decided to move

on so from Friday it will be gone.

Let’s hope they can find another

spot in the area fairly quickly.

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Wednesday February 8 2017

News

BAY HARBOUR

In Brief

PAGE 3

SERVICE CENTRE PLANS

THe proposed plans for the

Akaroa Service Centre repairs

were received by the Akaroa

Design and Advisory Committee

last Thursday. Banks Peninsula

Community Board deputy

chairwoman Pam Richardson

said the centre is on its way to

being repaired.

PREFERRED: A computer-generated image of what the St Andrews Hill, Bridle Path and Main Rds intersection will look like if

option two is the final decision. ​

Solution sought for problem intersection

• By Noah Graham

OPTION TWO is the crowd

pleaser.

The first of two drop-in sessions

was held at the Mt Pleasant

Memorial Centre last week

for residents to discuss their

preference on the three options

available for the St Andrews

Hill, Bridle Path, and Main Rds

intersection.

The second option, to install

traffic signals on St Andrews

Hill Rd and pre-signals on Bridle

Path Rd, is the community

favourite.

Mt Pleasant resident Derek

McCullough attended the start

of the session and said there was

a constant flow of residents while

he was there.

“There was at least 20 people

in the room at all times,” Mr

McCullough said.

The drop-in consultation session

was a success and option

two – to install traffic signals

on St Andrews Hill Rd and presignals

on Bridle Path Rd – is the

obvious choice and would suit

all residents, he said.

City council engagement manager

Katy McRae said the first

drop-in session went well with

about 50 people turning up.

“People appreciated the opportunity

to meet with the project

team to discuss the project.”

Mr McCullough is not the

only resident who prefers option

two.

Heathcote Valley Association

administrator Jackie Foulkes

said the third option to improve

the intersection would stop motorists

turning right onto Main

Rd from St Andrews Hill and

Bridle Path Rd.

The concerned Heathcote

Valley resident said the city

council’s proposed third option

may work for other residents in

the area but it will not work well

for them or other people travelling

on Bridle Path Rd.

She said in a Heathcote

Valley Association meeting last

month, the community had displayed

their resistance to option

three.

“People are unhappy about the

potential loss of having a righthand

turn heading to Sumner

and Redcliffs.”

Mrs Foulkes implored residents

to voice their opinions by

making submissions to the city

council or by attending the next

drop in meeting tomorrow at the

Heathcote Community Centre

from 5-6.30pm.

WATER PROTECTION

The city council is ensuring

Christchurch’s unchlorinated

drinking water supply is protected

by spraying a protective

membrane on its storage reservoirs

to stop bird faeces seeping

into the supply when it rains.

The city council has 11 to do

including two in Lyttelton and

one in Diamond Harbour.

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THe Lyttelton Library and

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London and Canterbury Sts

on March 13. In preparation

for the opening of the newlyrefurbished

building, the

temporary Lyttelton Library in

the Lyttelton Recreation Centre

will close at 1pm on February 25.

There will be no library services

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Wednesday February 8 2017

Our People

Induction as parish vicar more like

WELCOME: Thomas Brauer at his induction as the new vicar for

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Canadian-born Thomas Brauer is the new vicar for the Anglican Parish

of Sumner/Redcliffs and travelled from Scotland to be inducted into the

community and church last week. Noah Graham spoke to him about how he has

found New Zealand so far and what he hopes to bring to the community

Before you moved to

Christchurch, what was your

role?

Before coming to New Zealand

we were in Scotland and I was

the diocese and missioner for

the Diocese of St Andrews in the

Scottish episcopal church.

And what would you do there?

It was an executive role and my

job was to help the older churches

of the diocese to understand

better how to communicate

with the culture around them

and how to be a part of society

in a way that was meaningful

both to the church and to the

local community. I helped the

diocese to develop training

programmes for clergy, I helped

them to engage young people and

I helped them to grow in their

understanding of how to live out

their life in a Christian world.

You’re Canadian, could you

tell me a bit about where you

grew up and what it was like?

Well, I grew up on the north

shore of the Great Lakes in

Ontario. It’s a beautiful rural

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words: Trees and rocks. Trees

and rocks, and rocks and trees

and trees and rocks. I grew up

with a lot of trees and rocks and

a lot of lake. In some ways, lots

of rolling hills and maple trees.

It was stunningly beautiful and

a wonderful place to grow up but

very rural.

You’re living in Redcliffs,

what do you think of it?

It’s been wonderful. I have to

say the people of this area are

exceedingly welcoming and

they’ve just been so helpful

and supportive. We don’t own

anything at this stage. We don’t

have furniture or even a car.

People have been lending us

things and making sure we’re

okay and telling us where the

places are to find what we need to

rebuild our home here. It’s been

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It does sound very special.

You mentioned your family,

would you mind giving me a bit

of background on them?

My wife Cheryl and I have two

kids. Our boy will be seven years

old next week and our girl will be

three in March. Really enjoying

getting into school and being part

of the community.

And what about your wife?

Her background is in film and

television production. So she’s

had a variety of experiences

from doing special effects and

pyro-technics, up to production

co-ordination for a couple of big

blockbuster films. She’s pretty

awesome.

She’s not standing right next

to you is she?

No, she’s not. I actually say that

in public when she’s not around.

In fact, I usually get into trouble

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a reunion

Getting back to your role in

the community. What do you

expect to happen in the next

month or so and what are your

great plans?

It’s about learning right now.

The next month is entirely about

learning, understanding how life

works in New Zealand. What the

community is like in Redcliffs

and Sumner. Learning who the

people are and what is happening

in their lives and how we can

support both the parishioners of

Redcliffs and Sumner but also the

brother community. The big plans

are, I would say just continuing to

build what has already happened

here which in particular in the

Sumner area we’ve had wonderful

relationships with the community

and with young people in

particular. So continuing to build

that and seeking ways in which

we as a church can be of service

to the community. How can we

give, how can we support and

how can we help.

I understand you had your induction

last week, how was that?

It was brilliant, it was wonderful.

Bishop Victoria (Matthews)

who is our bishop here in

Christchurch was my bishop in

Canada. So she ordained me in

Canada. It was a reunion for us

to come back. Even though this is

the first time I have been in New

Zealand this is the third church

she has put me in. So that was

really nice to be able to connect

with her that way. It was wonderful

to for the first time to be able

to pray and be in worship with

the people here. A wonderful

variety from the community were

present to welcome us and show

their support.

It certainly makes it a lot

easier when the community welcome

you with open arms.

Yes, it really helps. So far it has

been a really easy transition.

Skate ramp out of use

•From page 1

“We could spend thousands

of dollars and still fall short of

the council’s guidelines,” she

said.

Mrs Mossman hopes to have

the ramp relocated as soon as

possible, at the preferred 26

Nayland St site.

Sumner will be without the

ramp indefinitely, but hopes

they can sort a new site out with

the council as soon as possible,

she said.

She said the new site would

ideally have an area to place

the skate ramp but to also have

space where a picnic table and

trees can be placed so all family

members can enjoy, not just

skaters.

Mrs Mossman wanted to

make clear the skate park was

closing down because it had not

complied with council noise

level readings, not because of the

main complainant.

Sumner Re Treat owner Chris

Gage-Smart said it was good to

hear her business could continue

as usual now the skate park will

be closed down.

CLOSED: The

controversial

Wakefield Ave

skate ramp

will be locked

up tomorrow

evening until

a new site can

be secured for

the Sumner

Green and

Skate Group. ​

Mrs Gage-Smart said herself

and her husband are “more than

happy” to help the group when

the new site is secured.

Heathcote Ward councillor

Sara Templeton said she had met

with the group and the council

will continue to work with the

group to find a permanent place

for the skate ramp.

“They’re a fantastic group of

local volunteers who have put a

huge amount of work into the

ramp for the youth of Sumner

and really want to do the right

thing for the community.”

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Wednesday February 8 2017

Your Local Views

School site concern

Linwood-

Central-

Heathcote

Community

Board member

Darrell Latham

writes about

the relocation

of Redcliffs School

My years in education as a

school teacher and university

academic has not diminished my

belief that the school is the heart

of the community. The return of

Redcliffs School to the Redcliffs

community is something that

took huge community effort to

achieve and a homecoming that

we all look forward to.

It came with a caveat from

Education Minister, Hekia Parata

that the school would be relocated

to Redcliffs Park.

Everyone I know supports

and celebrates the decision that

Redcliffs School is homeward

bound. It will mean stability and

certainty for the children, teachers,

parents and the wider community.

New families will move

into the area and businesses

viability will improve.

However, many also acknowledge

that Education Minister

Hekia Parata served the community

with ‘another dose of difficulty’

by relocating the school

to Redcliffs Park.

My preference is for the existing

Main Rd site. For me it is a

case of loyal opposition. Let me

briefly explain what I mean. I

am completely loyal to, and fully

support, the return of Redcliffs

School to the community. Nonetheless,

I am concerned as to the

preferred site for the school as it

has its own ‘geographical challenges

that mean it is far from

perfect.’

Residents are taking the opportunity

to contact their councillors

and community board members

to have their voices heard. Democracy

in action. There will be

further community consultation

to come and it is very important

that all voices are heard.

The next step is for the Ministry

of Education to go through

the land acquisition process with

the council and for consulting

engineers to carry out a detailed

analysis of Redcliffs Park.

Redcliffs School will return to

the Redcliffs community!

However, as numerous commentators

have stated: ‘Is Redcliffs

Park really the best option

for the future as Parata says. Or,

is this the final fling of a Minister

who wants to have the last word?

That is certainly the way some

Redcliffs residents see it.’

TRIAL RUN: Six members of the Te Waka Pounamu Waka

Ama Club paddling strong on their four-hour voyage from

Naval Point to Okains Bay to commemorate Waitangi Day.

Successful journey

• By Noah Graham

DOLPHINS HAD some

company on Sunday as the Te

Waka Pounamu Waka Ama

Club paddled from Naval Point

to Okains Bay.

Thirteen people hopped into

Matariki – their Waka Ama

– and made their way around

Banks Peninsula to commemorate

Waitangi Day.

Te Waka Pounamu Waka

Ama Club coach Jack Wormald

said the 40km and four-hour

trip was “fantastic” and

included dolphins, seals and

perfect weather.

He said on the trip the paddlers

jumped out and swam

with the dolphins who “escorted”

them to Okains Bay.

Mr Wormald said the trip

also served as a way to prepare

for another later in the year

when they will paddle from

Lyttelton to Akaroa, a journey

which he expects will take

about eight hours.

“There’s no date for Akaroa

as yet, hopefully by the end of

the year – a bit more logistical

planning needed to ensure a

safe and successful trip,” he

said.

The waka ama seats six

people and the group rotated

between two teams of six

throughout the trip every 45

minutes.

Mr Wormald said they were

helped by a safety boat provided

by the Naval Point Club,

and a special thanks needed to

go out to them.

“It was sensational.”

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Bylaw changes

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• By Gary Manch, navigational

safety officer, Lyttelton

IT WOULD be fair to say that we

have had some terrible weather

lately and, as a result, our

waterways have been very quiet.

On a positive note, this may

mean that boaties are checking

the weather and making the right

decision by not going out when

it looks dodgy. It’s certainly not

worth putting yourself or your

passengers at risk.

When the weather is a bit average,

I would like you all to further

that good boating practice

by having a look at Environment

Canterbury’s new Navigation

Safety Bylaw 2016.

I have provided bits of information

via this column in the past,

but I thought it would be a good

time to give you guys another

reminder of some of the major

changes that affect you.

Here are two major changes

to the bylaw which affect you

directly: You and your crew

must wear life jackets. On any

vessel six metres or less, you are

required to wear life jackets.

This includes paddle boards and

kayaks. There is an exemption if

Pirate’s Corner

the paddle boarder is using the

paddle board for surfing and has

a leg strap attached. If your vessel

is towed on a trailer and has an

outboard/inboard motor, you

must have identification. In most

cases, this will be the registration

number of your trailer put on

either side of the vessel. It has to

be at least 90mm high above the

waterline visible by the naked eye

from 50m.

Non-powered vessels less than

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office.

For more information about

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check out ecan.govt.nznavsafety

That’s it from me, be safe out

there.

Watch out for toxic algae

Green MP

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talks about the

effect of toxic

blooms on our

waterways

I was looking forward to an

evening swim at Camp Bay

recently but was put off by the

vivid green colour of the water.

Looking out from Camp Bay

Rd, I was disturbed to see large

areas of the Lyttelton Harbour

stained with phytoplankton

blooms.

On a flight to Wellington I

saw similar extensive blooms off

the Brighton and Sumner coast.

From the air, the blooms look

dark green. Up close, they turn

the sea a lurid green because of

the way these tiny plants reflect

sunlight.

Phytoplankton are the basis

of the marine food chain but a

NIWA ecologist described these

huge blooms as “out of the ordinary.”

Increased nutrient levels,

warm sunny days and long

hours of sunshine have created

ideal conditions for these tiny

plants to multiply.

Environment Canterbury

suggests that the phytoplankton

blooms may be caused by heavy

north-west rain storms flushing

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Health warnings against any

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SPORTS

WAKE UP CALL: The athletes plunged into action at 8.30am

CHAMPION: Tyrone Hellyer took top prize in

the Olympic distance triathlon.

LOOKING FRESH: Mark La Roche heads up the

hill after completing the 1500m swim.

Athletes battled the heat in Corsair Bay

COMPETITORS battled with

temperatures in excess of 30 deg

C in Sunday’s Corsair Bay Classic

Triathlon.

More than 100 athletes, ranging

from seven through to 70-yearsold,

took part in the event which

began with an 8.30am swim.

The event hosted three categories.

The children’s aquathon,

which was contested between seven

to 10-year-olds and consisted

of a short swim and run. The

short course triathlon/duathlon,

which included a 500m swim or

1.7km run, a 13km cycle to the

bottom of Dyers Pass Rd and

back, and a 3.3km run. And the

Olympic distance triathlon/duathlon,

which featured a 1500m

swim in Corsair Bay or 5km run,

40km bike to Orton Bradley Park

and back, and a 10km run.

Many of Canterbury’s top triathletes

used the event as a final

test before next weekend’s Challenge

Wanaka Triathlon Festival.

Thomas Newsom was first

home in the boys’ aquathon with

Charlotte Chiles first in the girls.

A pair of teenagers were first

home in the short course triathlon.

Reece Rush won the male

event in a time of 49m 35s. The

first female home was Rosa Blake

in 56m 1.9s. The men’s short

course duathlon was won by

Alasdair Hood (49m 56.3s) and

Amber Lawson (58m 36s) won

the women’s race.

The Olympic distance triathlon

titles went to Tyrone Hellyer,

who won the men’s in a time of

2h 14m 20.2s and Fiona Crombie

in 2h 24m 12.5s. The Olympic

distance duathlon titles went to

husband and wife combo David

and Katherine Fitch. David won

the men’s event in a time of 2h

22m 39.3s and Katherine the

women’s in 2h 53m 43.7s.

SHORT CLIMB: Cyclists make their way out of Corsair Bay as

the bike leg begins.


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Wednesday February 8 2017

Selwyn Sounds

Jason Kerrison

Kerrison on making music and

Speaking with Christine de Felice ahead of next

month’s Selwyn Sounds music festival,

singer-songwriter Jason Kerrison discusses his

career, music, beliefs and planetarian ventures

You have been at the

forefront of the New Zealand

music scene for quite a few

years now. What have been the

highlights of your career so far?

The biggest achievement for

me by far is Band Together for

Canterbury. Our response to the

earthquakes felt like a good idea

at the time, but it wasn’t until we

had what was later reported as

160,000-odd people at Hagley

Park that we realised the scale of

what we had been a part of. Giving

people that reprieve for even

just a day of music was mint. I

felt huge pride in the team.

What do you regard as your

greatest achievement in music?

Getting the opportunity to

work on very diverse projects

– from being in rock bands like

Opshop and Fungi and hybrid

Hip Pop pyjama-wearing group

The Babysitters Circus to playing

a dual role in the musical

Grease earlier this year and being

invited to play the drums for a

band at the Dubai Sevens. Living

the dream.

The music you create is somewhat

diverse, so what kind of

composer/musician do you see

yourself as?

Recently I’ve tried to explore

different forms in my #JKEP

series, from the sacred geometry

of the Golden Mean to the tuning

and the universal harmonic

of 432Hz instead of the typical

440Hz – just for fun experimentation.

So pop experimentation

at the moment I guess. I also

have a publishing company

called Antipodes Music Publishing

and Sync (AMPS) that

produces and curates music

for a number of projects. So it’s

very diverse in terms of activities,

whether you’re writing for

yourself or to brief. You get to

traverse a few spaces both commercially

and creatively.

Being part of a band or a

solo performer – do you have a

preference and if so, why?

No, I feel rapt to do all of it to

be honest. I’m definitely looking

forward to smashing it out with

the Fungi, though. It has been

way too long since we played. Almost

two decades now … jeez.

Your EP #JKEP2 was an

experimental work. What

prompted you to produce this

rather than a more conventional

EP showcasing your music?

I felt with Opshop I had

cornered myself into commercial

ballad guy-ville and that was

never the intention. I needed

a change of approach purely

as an artist to stretch myself.

I came up with the idea of

producing 10 EPs over time,

exploring different processes in

each. #JKEP1 was largely poppy

acoustic electronic stuff. #JKEP2

was exploring sacred geometry

and its effects in music,

and #JKEP3 will be around

developing songs from briefs

initially used for commercial

clients.

How do you see your future

in music?

I see myself as a working

musician. Whether that

manifests as a soloist, a cast

member of Grease, or a music

producer for the sevens. I went

from touring for the new Fungi

album, which has been sitting in

the top 10 Italian rock charts for

the last few months, and writing/

composing for commercial

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clients to producing music for

Toyota’s Global Street Band of

buskers, playing drums for a

band in Dubai, being the music

director for the New Zealand

Marley All-stars Tribute and

debuting a music festival, Selwyn

Sounds, in March with a stellar

line-up. I’m thrilled and bloody

lucky I get to do any of these,

so I’ll just keep saying yes and

getting amongst it I guess. I do

want to start an eco-conscious

music festival on my farm in

about three years, so that’s in the

mix too.

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preparing for the end of time

New Zealand has produced

some stellar musicians, both

composers and performers,

over the last five decades or so.

Do you see that legacy continuing

through today’s up-andcoming

musicians and are there

any that stand out?

Well, I’m in my own rabbit

hole so much that I don’t get exposed

to nearly enough new music.

But I love Joel Shadbolt at the

moment. That dude’s playing and

singing. Far out, one to watch for

sure. I worked with him as MD

on the Bob Marley tribute show

and he just killed it. Genius. In

fact, that whole production was

insanely good and cool to work

with. Bob’s the man.

What advice would you give

to young people with musical

ambitions?

Primarily enjoy yourself and

savour the fact that you get to

do it. In terms of making a life

of it? I often say it’s good to get

a handle on what your success

metrics are from the beginning.

Is success joining a tribute band

and playing once a month for

well-paying corporates? Is it

touring the world playing metal

festivals? Is it writing commercials?

Is it a combo of many

things? Dream it up and get a

handle of its manifestation early.

Charity work, particularly

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with young people, has been a

feature of your career. Why do

you see this as important?

I basically think that if I can

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You describe yourself as a

“planetarian.” What do you

mean by that and how does it

manifest in your day-to-day

life?

I feel the most important thing

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day-to-day life, I’m developing a

permaculture biotecture-based

retreat in the far north. We’re

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and retooled stuff as we can. For

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tyres as basic building

blocks. Eventually, we’d like to

run workshops on the principles

of resilient homes and communities

along with other more

esoteric interests of the retreat.

So, I’m still learning a lot about it

and relishing the chance to do it.

Tell us about your “ark” –

why did you decide to build it

and is it complete yet?

I wanted to build an emergency

fallback shelter that would

be off the grid, sustainable and

be able to withstand earthquakes,

hurricanes, tornadoes

and energetic solar events, away

from significant fault lines with

a high profile and an exceptional

spring. We found a property that

suited those caveats. We went

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of design, but ultimately decided

we’d like to try different designs

around the ecovillage over time.

We’ve settled on a Michael

Reynolds-inspired Earthship

hut design for the first whare

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there. The release of the Opshop

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me to chat about preparedness

around concerns I had for people

being ready in the event of a

catastrophe, predicted or not. My

personal consideration around

the literature of the predictions

and culture of the end times

of 2012 got me invested into

exploring it further and writing

about it in songs. I’m what you

might call an apocaloptimist,

so I felt in terms of the media

reporting what I was up to there

was a misrepresentation to the

degree that certain elements of

my account were seized upon,

sensationalised and tainted with

whack journalism. Regardless,

I’m still of the opinion that ancient

cultures have left clues for

us about large cosmic cycles and

their effects. And that right now

our solar system is undergoing

interplanetary climate change.

And climate change isn’t an

earthcentric thing; cataclysmic

and abrupt climate change is occurring

throughout the solar system.

So change is upon us. I just

wanted, and still want, people

to be mindful of their preparedness,

and I felt talking about that,

the ark, within the context of the

record would be a good conversation

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My art covers a broad range of mediums, including

sculpture, printmaking, mixed media, and

furniture and I typically create one off pieces. I’m

passionate about sustainability, so where possible

I use reclaimed materials. I believe salvaged

materials have an inherent beauty that should be

showcased.

In New Zealand,

we’re fortunate

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landscape, that is

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High relief sculptures for the

wall by Hamish Southcott.

These artworks

draw on our diverse

landscape and looks

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society has and

continues to have

on this beautiful part

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today, have far reaching

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I sought to reflect these

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For me painting is emotive, and a great deal of

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I am drawn to texture and contrast, and my

process consists of straightening and perfecting,

then pushing the

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Chill out in the thermal springs

• By Mike Yardley

STEEPED IN Roman heritage

and swooned over as Britain’s

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architectural flourishes can’t fail

to impress.

Boasting Britain’s only natural

thermal springs, immerse yourself

in the warm, mineral-rich waters,

just as the Celts and Romans did,

over 2000 years ago. The Thermae

Spa is where to head for the ultimate

immersion experience.

I always enjoy taking a sizzling

soak after admiring the World

Heritage-listed Roman Baths, a

stirring monument of engineering

prowess where natural hot water

still flows through this extraordinary

temple and its cavernous

labyrinth of bathing rooms.

Lording over the thermal baths

is Bath Abbey, the last of the

great English medieval churches

which was built in 1499. Following

dissolution in 1539, the abbey

was sold into private ownership,

before being returned to

the city’s purview in 1572. But

it’s the Georgian architecture

that looms large as Bath’s calling

card; a living, breathing museum

of graciously curved buildings,

principally designed by masterly

town planners, Ralph Allen and

the two John Woods’ – the elder

and the younger.

Throughout the 1700s, the

streets of Bath were flanked in the

fashionable Palladian style and

Georgian-style townhouses. Size

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Queen Square, the gold-standard

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The Circus and the Royal

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artful curvature of these multistorey

stone buildings. And the

grand stone Pulteney Bridge is the

only historic bridge, apart from

Florence’s Ponte Vecchio, that was

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ANCIENT: Pulteney Bridge (left) incorporates

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If you’re a Jane Austen fan, don’t

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centre, that showcases Bath’s

most famous resident. The centre

provides a snapshot of life during

Regency times and how living in

Bath influenced Jane Austen’s life

and her writing.

Costumed guides, film footage

and authentic period exhibits

make this attraction a winner,

topped off with a pot of real leaf

tea in the upstairs Regency Tea

Room, where Jane once slept.

It’s also a great perch for a

sublime rooftop panorama over

the city centre. Afternoon tea is a

seriously big business in Bath and

another great venue is the Bath

Priory, built in 1835 as a private

residence.

Discreetly situated on a treelined

road, this Gothic confection

makes for a picturesque setting.

Their full afternoon tea service

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Indulgence Café and Patisserie is

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The creative precision that goes

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(1482) and home to its most

celebrated local delicacy; the Sally

Lunn bun. Lunn was a French

refugee who established her bakery

in Bath in 1680, and the same

Left: Eat the local delicacy at

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– Curved architecture of The

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Fashion

Gift for illustrating the latest trends

Instagram is a

treasure-trove of

undiscovered talent. Amy

Parsons-King talked to

Christchurch-based fashion

illustrator Renuka Malik, of

@nukaillustrations, about

her love of fashion,

technology and design

What’s your name and how

old are you?

My name is Renuka-Maria

Malik and I am 23-years-old. I

was born in Germany and lived

there for the first six years of

my life, I then moved to India

for two years before residing in

Christchurch, New Zealand. (My

mother is German and my father

is Indian. I also speak fluent

German).

Did you study? If so what?

I studied fashion, technology

and design straight out of high

school, as I’ve wanted to be part

of the fashion industry for as

long as I can remember.

How do you spend your days

at the moment?

I currently work full-time

at Plume, surrounded by my

favourite New Zealand and

international labels. As well as

TALENTED: Renuka Malik is a Christchurch-based fashion

illustrator.

illustrating, another huge passion

of mine is make-up artistry.

I think I enjoy make-up as much

as illustrating because, to me, it’s

like drawing but on a face. I love

anything art-based!

How’d you get into fashion

illustration?

Mum loves to tell the story

of how she had to confiscate

all pens off me as a toddler,

because as soon as I could

hold a pen, I used to draw on

anything and everything. She

then replaced it with a pencil

and numerous books with

empty pages, which didn’t take

me long to fill (apparently). As a

tween, I insisted my mother buy

me Vogue magazines, she finally

agreed as long as I sketched what

I saw inside the magazine. I had

no qualms. This furthered my

love for fashion illustrating.

Why’d you decide to start?

As I mentioned, I’ve always

drawn a lot, especially bodies,

faces and clothes. I draw digitally

on my iPad with a stylus and

have developed an individual

style. A wee while ago, a friend

suggested I post a couple of my

illustrations on Instagram. I’ve

had a really good response so far!

Are you a self-taught

illustrator?

Yes! I went to an alternative

learning school (Rudolf Steiner)

and we were encouraged to paint

and draw from a very young age.

Do you want a career as

a fashion illustrator? If so,

how does it work, like are you

commissioned by designers to

sketch their collections?

Ideally, I would love to work

as a freelance illustrator and do

various jobs for fashion/music

magazines, as well as designers

and photographers, or anyone to

be honest! I love seeing drawing

incorporated into photo shoots

e.g the latest MissFQ cover is

super-cute!

Where do you get inspiration

for your drawings from?

At the moment, most of the

illustrations on my page are

all of runway/campaign looks

that I personally like. I source

the majority of my research

from Style.com (now Vogue.com).

I love looking through the latest

shows and I find a lot of new

designers that way too!

Do you think there’s a market

for fashion illustrating?

I think there is a market for

it as not everyone has the gift

of drawing. I once believed that

everyone is born with it but

turns out that’s not true and,

surprisingly, people do come to

you because of the skill set you

have. I would love to work with

anyone in the fashion industry.

There are some pretty

incredible fashion illustrators

around, is there anyone who

particularly inspires your work?

There are so many amazing

fashion illustrators that are

very talented and I love viewing

other people’s work. I would say

that the person who originally

inspired me the most is the

fabulous and French Garance

Doré, I used to, and still do,

think her little sketches are

so adorable. Linear, chic and

simple.

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Wednesday February 8 2017

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The programme is designed to move

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Participants experience clear progression

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“More than 80 per cent of New Zealanders

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REAL ESTATE

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Auction 16th February 2017 (unless sold prior)

4 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | 2 Living Rooms | 1 Dining Room | 2 Car Garage | 2 Off Street Carparks - Listing No: FM5064

Properties in this location are tightly held and are

rarely becoming available and it is almost impossible to

find an original character home let alone on Sumner’s

waterfront.

Positioned right opposite Cave Rock, Scarborough

and Sumner Beaches and boasting one of the few

homes on the Esplanade with rear access and views

in both directions. Views encapsulate Scarborough

Heads sweeping over Sumner Beach and right along

the coastline to the Kaikoura Ranges and the Southern

Alps.

Built approximately 100 years ago when

craftsmanship was valued this graceful character home

has great street appeal, good bones and untapped

potential. Clearly cherished and lovingly maintained

with gleaming timber floors throughout and a good old

fashioned ambience.

All the ground floor is dedicated to two generous

sized living rooms, one which is open plan with the

kitchen and has French doors opening on to the rear

garden, the other being the formal dining and living

room area.

Upstairs hosts four bedrooms, two that are large and

two smaller plus a sunroom which is sure to be the best

seat in the house.

The grounds are much larger than first appear with

a well laid out back area for the family to enjoy, rear

access from the ROW (off Burgess St) and off street

parking, garage and a workshop/studio/storage room.

This is an ideal location to raise your family and

offers a beachy laid back lifestyle. Enjoy a surf or swim

after work or a morning stroll along the Esplanade. Life

doesn’t get much better than this.

With a myriad of village shops, cafes and boutiques

within close proximity from your door, you are sure to

enjoy the benefits of such a prime address.

A treasured family home for the past 35 years, it is now

time for our owner to say goodbye. Here’s your chance

to stamp your mark and purchase this special property.

Your earliest inspection is highly recommended.

Open Home Dates: Wednesday, Saturday and

Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m until auction day. See

you at one of the Open Days, or for a private viewing

or for more information contact Alison Carter of

Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead (Licensed Agent

REAA 2008) on 384 7950 or mobile 0274 318 960.

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Wednesday February 8 2017

Four Grenadier Seasons Ferrymead

realty

Mt Pleasant

4 3 1

2 Clifton

3 2 1 1

44 Main Road

This waterfront property is a new build having been rebuilt in 2013 to new standards while keeping some of the

past wood panelling and character of the home. Set back behind the park in a sheltered front row position with

an ever-changing sea views over the estuary.

Sit and watch the yachts, kite surfers and the tide ebb and flow from the generous sized front deck.

Auction: 23 February 2017, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5074

Alison Carter Ph 0274 318 960

165 Clifton Terrace

547m2 of flat land on the hill with stunning views out to the Pacific Ocean and Sumner Village. This is an

opportunity to purchase the existing home on the site “as is where is.” It’s a 3-4-bedroom home surrounded by

decking to while away the hours soaking up the ocean views. There is an opportunity to renovate the existing

house or live here until your consents and builder are ready to start. It has a Heat pump and an HRV System

and an alarm for your security.

Auction: 23 February 2017, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5071

Joy Butel Ph 021 353 280

St Albans 578 Barbadoes Street

Redcliffs 60 Celia Street

St Martins 62 Ngaio Street

Sumner 11 Thorpe Street

3 2 1 1 3 1 1 4 2 1 2

4 2 1

1

Auction: 23 February 2017, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5066

Auction: 16 February 2017, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5070

Auction: 16 February 2017, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5065

Auction: 16 February 2017, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5067

Deb Beesley

Ph 027 280 8837

Alison Carter

Ph 0274 318 960

Carol Williams

Ph 027 282 4950

Alison Carter

Ph 0274 318 960

Sumner 28 Esplanade

Sumner 16A Sumnervale Drive

Sumner 79 Nayland Street

Aranui 1/5 Leonie Place

4 1 2 2

2 1 1 1 3 2 2 2

2 1 1 1

Auction: 16 February 2017, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5064

Alison Carter

Ph 0274 318 960

Deadline Sale: 21 February 2017, 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5073

Chris Moores

Ph 027 588 4440

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5076

Joy Butel

Ph 021 353 280

Price: $230,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5069

David Searle

Ph 021 565 950

Greg Powell

Branch Manager

027 274 6157

Alison

Carter

0274 318 960

Michelle

Ward

027 203 7858

Deb

Beesley

027 280 8837

Joy

Butel

021 353 280

Chris

Moores

027 588 4440

David

Searle

021 565 950

Kirsty

McLeod

027 226 5893

Liz

Lewis

027 453 0952

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027 282 4950

Catherine

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027 588 6844

Dave

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0274 593 165

Chris

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021 871 100

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027 642 1075

Lisa

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Megan

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027 841 2335

Shaun

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027 953 8860

Alistair

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027 572 1555

This could

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