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• By Noah Graham<br />

THE controversial Sumner skate<br />

ramp will be locked up and out of<br />

use from Friday after it failed city<br />

council sound level tests last week.<br />

Sound level readings were conducted<br />

on the half pipe last week<br />

which showed the Wakefield Ave<br />

facility did not comply with the<br />

city plan noise standards during<br />

the day or night.<br />

Following the failed noise tests,<br />

the council is reviewing the legality<br />

of the site and have ordered it to<br />

be closed and moved by Friday if<br />

noise levels cannot be reduced.<br />

However, Sumner Green and<br />

Skate Group member Kimberley<br />

Mossman said the skate ramp<br />

would be locked for good tomorrow<br />

night after the community<br />

have given it a “last hurrah,”<br />

which everyone is welcome to<br />

attend.<br />

She said rather than spending<br />

the money now to work with the<br />

council and soundproof the skate<br />

ramp, they would instead close<br />

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PAGE 2 BAY HARBOUR<br />

Wednesday <strong>February</strong> 8 <strong>2017</strong><br />

FROM<br />

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Inside<br />

News....................................3-10<br />

THE ONGOING Sumner skate<br />

ramp saga takes another twist<br />

this week and we have coverage<br />

on page 1.<br />

There’s polarised views on this<br />

issue – many people want it to<br />

stay in its current location, and of<br />

course there are others who operate<br />

businesses nearby who don’t.<br />

Two weeks ago we had a stack<br />

of responses on our Rise Up<br />

Christchurch Facebook page to<br />

our coverage. And there was a<br />

resounding message: Leave the<br />

skate ramp where it is.<br />

But the city council has now<br />

done a sound test and the powers<br />

that be have found it doesn’t<br />

comply with noise standards.<br />

The people behind the skate<br />

ramp have now decided to move<br />

on so from Friday it will be gone.<br />

Let’s hope they can find another<br />

spot in the area fairly quickly.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>February</strong> 8 <strong>2017</strong><br />

News<br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

In Brief<br />

PAGE 3<br />

SERVICE CENTRE PLANS<br />

THe proposed plans for the<br />

Akaroa Service Centre repairs<br />

were received by the Akaroa<br />

Design and Advisory Committee<br />

last Thursday. Banks Peninsula<br />

Community Board deputy<br />

chairwoman Pam Richardson<br />

said the centre is on its way to<br />

being repaired.<br />

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

option two is the final decision. ​<br />

Solution sought for problem intersection<br />

• By Noah Graham<br />

OPTION TWO is the crowd<br />

pleaser.<br />

The first of two drop-in sessions<br />

was held at the Mt Pleasant<br />

Memorial Centre last week<br />

for residents to discuss their<br />

preference on the three options<br />

available for the St Andrews<br />

Hill, Bridle Path, and Main Rds<br />

intersection.<br />

The second option, to install<br />

traffic signals on St Andrews<br />

Hill Rd and pre-signals on Bridle<br />

Path Rd, is the community<br />

favourite.<br />

Mt Pleasant resident Derek<br />

McCullough attended the start<br />

of the session and said there was<br />

a constant flow of residents while<br />

he was there.<br />

“There was at least 20 people<br />

in the room at all times,” Mr<br />

McCullough said.<br />

The drop-in consultation session<br />

was a success and option<br />

two – to install traffic signals<br />

on St Andrews Hill Rd and presignals<br />

on Bridle Path Rd – is the<br />

obvious choice and would suit<br />

all residents, he said.<br />

City council engagement manager<br />

Katy McRae said the first<br />

drop-in session went well with<br />

about 50 people turning up.<br />

“People appreciated the opportunity<br />

to meet with the project<br />

team to discuss the project.”<br />

Mr McCullough is not the<br />

only resident who prefers option<br />

two.<br />

Heathcote Valley Association<br />

administrator Jackie Foulkes<br />

said the third option to improve<br />

the intersection would stop motorists<br />

turning right onto Main<br />

Rd from St Andrews Hill and<br />

Bridle Path Rd.<br />

The concerned Heathcote<br />

Valley resident said the city<br />

council’s proposed third option<br />

may work for other residents in<br />

the area but it will not work well<br />

for them or other people travelling<br />

on Bridle Path Rd.<br />

She said in a Heathcote<br />

Valley Association meeting last<br />

month, the community had displayed<br />

their resistance to option<br />

three.<br />

“People are unhappy about the<br />

potential loss of having a righthand<br />

turn heading to Sumner<br />

and Redcliffs.”<br />

Mrs Foulkes implored residents<br />

to voice their opinions by<br />

making submissions to the city<br />

council or by attending the next<br />

drop in meeting tomorrow at the<br />

Heathcote Community Centre<br />

from 5-6.30pm.<br />

WATER PROTECTION<br />

The city council is ensuring<br />

Christchurch’s unchlorinated<br />

drinking water supply is protected<br />

by spraying a protective<br />

membrane on its storage reservoirs<br />

to stop bird faeces seeping<br />

into the supply when it rains.<br />

The city council has 11 to do<br />

including two in Lyttelton and<br />

one in Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong>.<br />

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THe Lyttelton Library and<br />

Customer Services building<br />

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London and Canterbury Sts<br />

on March 13. In preparation<br />

for the opening of the newlyrefurbished<br />

building, the<br />

temporary Lyttelton Library in<br />

the Lyttelton Recreation Centre<br />

will close at 1pm on <strong>February</strong> 25.<br />

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PAGE 4 BAY HARBOUR<br />

Wednesday <strong>February</strong> 8 <strong>2017</strong><br />

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community and church last week. Noah Graham spoke to him about how he has<br />

found New Zealand so far and what he hopes to bring to the community<br />

Before you moved to<br />

Christchurch, what was your<br />

role?<br />

Before coming to New Zealand<br />

we were in Scotland and I was<br />

the diocese and missioner for<br />

the Diocese of St Andrews in the<br />

Scottish episcopal church.<br />

And what would you do there?<br />

It was an executive role and my<br />

job was to help the older churches<br />

of the diocese to understand<br />

better how to communicate<br />

with the culture around them<br />

and how to be a part of society<br />

in a way that was meaningful<br />

both to the church and to the<br />

local community. I helped the<br />

diocese to develop training<br />

programmes for clergy, I helped<br />

them to engage young people and<br />

I helped them to grow in their<br />

understanding of how to live out<br />

their life in a Christian world.<br />

You’re Canadian, could you<br />

tell me a bit about where you<br />

grew up and what it was like?<br />

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shore of the Great Lakes in<br />

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a lot of lake. In some ways, lots<br />

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It was stunningly beautiful and<br />

a wonderful place to grow up but<br />

very rural.<br />

You’re living in Redcliffs,<br />

what do you think of it?<br />

It’s been wonderful. I have to<br />

say the people of this area are<br />

exceedingly welcoming and<br />

they’ve just been so helpful<br />

and supportive. We don’t own<br />

anything at this stage. We don’t<br />

have furniture or even a car.<br />

People have been lending us<br />

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It does sound very special.<br />

You mentioned your family,<br />

would you mind giving me a bit<br />

of background on them?<br />

My wife Cheryl and I have two<br />

kids. Our boy will be seven years<br />

old next week and our girl will be<br />

three in March. Really enjoying<br />

getting into school and being part<br />

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And what about your wife?<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 5<br />

a reunion<br />

Getting back to your role in<br />

the community. What do you<br />

expect to happen in the next<br />

month or so and what are your<br />

great plans?<br />

It’s about learning right now.<br />

The next month is entirely about<br />

learning, understanding how life<br />

works in New Zealand. What the<br />

community is like in Redcliffs<br />

and Sumner. Learning who the<br />

people are and what is happening<br />

in their lives and how we can<br />

support both the parishioners of<br />

Redcliffs and Sumner but also the<br />

brother community. The big plans<br />

are, I would say just continuing to<br />

build what has already happened<br />

here which in particular in the<br />

Sumner area we’ve had wonderful<br />

relationships with the community<br />

and with young people in<br />

particular. So continuing to build<br />

that and seeking ways in which<br />

we as a church can be of service<br />

to the community. How can we<br />

give, how can we support and<br />

how can we help.<br />

I understand you had your induction<br />

last week, how was that?<br />

It was brilliant, it was wonderful.<br />

Bishop Victoria (Matthews)<br />

who is our bishop here in<br />

Christchurch was my bishop in<br />

Canada. So she ordained me in<br />

Canada. It was a reunion for us<br />

to come back. Even though this is<br />

the first time I have been in New<br />

Zealand this is the third church<br />

she has put me in. So that was<br />

really nice to be able to connect<br />

with her that way. It was wonderful<br />

to for the first time to be able<br />

to pray and be in worship with<br />

the people here. A wonderful<br />

variety from the community were<br />

present to welcome us and show<br />

their support.<br />

It certainly makes it a lot<br />

easier when the community welcome<br />

you with open arms.<br />

Yes, it really helps. So far it has<br />

been a really easy transition.<br />

Skate ramp out of use<br />

•From page 1<br />

“We could spend thousands<br />

of dollars and still fall short of<br />

the council’s guidelines,” she<br />

said.<br />

Mrs Mossman hopes to have<br />

the ramp relocated as soon as<br />

possible, at the preferred 26<br />

Nayland St site.<br />

Sumner will be without the<br />

ramp indefinitely, but hopes<br />

they can sort a new site out with<br />

the council as soon as possible,<br />

she said.<br />

She said the new site would<br />

ideally have an area to place<br />

the skate ramp but to also have<br />

space where a picnic table and<br />

trees can be placed so all family<br />

members can enjoy, not just<br />

skaters.<br />

Mrs Mossman wanted to<br />

make clear the skate park was<br />

closing down because it had not<br />

complied with council noise<br />

level readings, not because of the<br />

main complainant.<br />

Sumner Re Treat owner Chris<br />

Gage-Smart said it was good to<br />

hear her business could continue<br />

as usual now the skate park will<br />

be closed down.<br />

CLOSED: The<br />

controversial<br />

Wakefield Ave<br />

skate ramp<br />

will be locked<br />

up tomorrow<br />

evening until<br />

a new site can<br />

be secured for<br />

the Sumner<br />

Green and<br />

Skate Group. ​<br />

Mrs Gage-Smart said herself<br />

and her husband are “more than<br />

happy” to help the group when<br />

the new site is secured.<br />

Heathcote Ward councillor<br />

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with the group and the council<br />

will continue to work with the<br />

group to find a permanent place<br />

for the skate ramp.<br />

“They’re a fantastic group of<br />

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huge amount of work into the<br />

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ews<br />

From Super Rugby to City2Surf<br />

ashion<br />

Gardening<br />

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• By Gordon Findlater<br />

AT THIS time of the year former<br />

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Christchurch well fed with what<br />

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I moved to Melbourne and played<br />

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Wednesday <strong>February</strong> 8 <strong>2017</strong><br />

Your Local Views<br />

School site concern<br />

Linwood-<br />

Central-<br />

Heathcote<br />

Community<br />

Board member<br />

Darrell Latham<br />

writes about<br />

the relocation<br />

of Redcliffs School<br />

My years in education as a<br />

school teacher and university<br />

academic has not diminished my<br />

belief that the school is the heart<br />

of the community. The return of<br />

Redcliffs School to the Redcliffs<br />

community is something that<br />

took huge community effort to<br />

achieve and a homecoming that<br />

we all look forward to.<br />

It came with a caveat from<br />

Education Minister, Hekia Parata<br />

that the school would be relocated<br />

to Redcliffs Park.<br />

Everyone I know supports<br />

and celebrates the decision that<br />

Redcliffs School is homeward<br />

bound. It will mean stability and<br />

certainty for the children, teachers,<br />

parents and the wider community.<br />

New families will move<br />

into the area and businesses<br />

viability will improve.<br />

However, many also acknowledge<br />

that Education Minister<br />

Hekia Parata served the community<br />

with ‘another dose of difficulty’<br />

by relocating the school<br />

to Redcliffs Park.<br />

My preference is for the existing<br />

Main Rd site. For me it is a<br />

case of loyal opposition. Let me<br />

briefly explain what I mean. I<br />

am completely loyal to, and fully<br />

support, the return of Redcliffs<br />

School to the community. Nonetheless,<br />

I am concerned as to the<br />

preferred site for the school as it<br />

has its own ‘geographical challenges<br />

that mean it is far from<br />

perfect.’<br />

Residents are taking the opportunity<br />

to contact their councillors<br />

and community board members<br />

to have their voices heard. Democracy<br />

in action. There will be<br />

further community consultation<br />

to come and it is very important<br />

that all voices are heard.<br />

The next step is for the Ministry<br />

of Education to go through<br />

the land acquisition process with<br />

the council and for consulting<br />

engineers to carry out a detailed<br />

analysis of Redcliffs Park.<br />

Redcliffs School will return to<br />

the Redcliffs community!<br />

However, as numerous commentators<br />

have stated: ‘Is Redcliffs<br />

Park really the best option<br />

for the future as Parata says. Or,<br />

is this the final fling of a Minister<br />

who wants to have the last word?<br />

That is certainly the way some<br />

Redcliffs residents see it.’<br />

TRIAL RUN: Six members of the Te Waka Pounamu Waka<br />

Ama Club paddling strong on their four-hour voyage from<br />

Naval Point to Okains <strong>Bay</strong> to commemorate Waitangi Day.<br />

Successful journey<br />

• By Noah Graham<br />

DOLPHINS HAD some<br />

company on Sunday as the Te<br />

Waka Pounamu Waka Ama<br />

Club paddled from Naval Point<br />

to Okains <strong>Bay</strong>.<br />

Thirteen people hopped into<br />

Matariki – their Waka Ama<br />

– and made their way around<br />

Banks Peninsula to commemorate<br />

Waitangi Day.<br />

Te Waka Pounamu Waka<br />

Ama Club coach Jack Wormald<br />

said the 40km and four-hour<br />

trip was “fantastic” and<br />

included dolphins, seals and<br />

perfect weather.<br />

He said on the trip the paddlers<br />

jumped out and swam<br />

with the dolphins who “escorted”<br />

them to Okains <strong>Bay</strong>.<br />

Mr Wormald said the trip<br />

also served as a way to prepare<br />

for another later in the year<br />

when they will paddle from<br />

Lyttelton to Akaroa, a journey<br />

which he expects will take<br />

about eight hours.<br />

“There’s no date for Akaroa<br />

as yet, hopefully by the end of<br />

the year – a bit more logistical<br />

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safe and successful trip,” he<br />

said.<br />

The waka ama seats six<br />

people and the group rotated<br />

between two teams of six<br />

throughout the trip every 45<br />

minutes.<br />

Mr Wormald said they were<br />

helped by a safety boat provided<br />

by the Naval Point Club,<br />

and a special thanks needed to<br />

go out to them.<br />

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Bylaw changes<br />

promote safety<br />

• By Gary Manch, navigational<br />

safety officer, Lyttelton<br />

IT WOULD be fair to say that we<br />

have had some terrible weather<br />

lately and, as a result, our<br />

waterways have been very quiet.<br />

On a positive note, this may<br />

mean that boaties are checking<br />

the weather and making the right<br />

decision by not going out when<br />

it looks dodgy. It’s certainly not<br />

worth putting yourself or your<br />

passengers at risk.<br />

When the weather is a bit average,<br />

I would like you all to further<br />

that good boating practice<br />

by having a look at Environment<br />

Canterbury’s new Navigation<br />

Safety Bylaw 2016.<br />

I have provided bits of information<br />

via this column in the past,<br />

but I thought it would be a good<br />

time to give you guys another<br />

reminder of some of the major<br />

changes that affect you.<br />

Here are two major changes<br />

to the bylaw which affect you<br />

directly: You and your crew<br />

must wear life jackets. On any<br />

vessel six metres or less, you are<br />

required to wear life jackets.<br />

This includes paddle boards and<br />

kayaks. There is an exemption if<br />

Pirate’s Corner<br />

the paddle boarder is using the<br />

paddle board for surfing and has<br />

a leg strap attached. If your vessel<br />

is towed on a trailer and has an<br />

outboard/inboard motor, you<br />

must have identification. In most<br />

cases, this will be the registration<br />

number of your trailer put on<br />

either side of the vessel. It has to<br />

be at least 90mm high above the<br />

waterline visible by the naked eye<br />

from 50m.<br />

Non-powered vessels less than<br />

six metres in length require<br />

the current owner’s name and<br />

contact details somewhere on the<br />

vessel. There are some exemptions,<br />

including belonging to an<br />

approved boating organisation<br />

that has an identification system<br />

approved by the harbour master’s<br />

office.<br />

For more information about<br />

these rules and more safety tips,<br />

check out ecan.govt.nznavsafety<br />

That’s it from me, be safe out<br />

there.<br />

Watch out for toxic algae<br />

Green MP<br />

Eugenie Sage<br />

talks about the<br />

effect of toxic<br />

blooms on our<br />

waterways<br />

I was looking forward to an<br />

evening swim at Camp <strong>Bay</strong><br />

recently but was put off by the<br />

vivid green colour of the water.<br />

Looking out from Camp <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Rd, I was disturbed to see large<br />

areas of the Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

stained with phytoplankton<br />

blooms.<br />

On a flight to Wellington I<br />

saw similar extensive blooms off<br />

the Brighton and Sumner coast.<br />

From the air, the blooms look<br />

dark green. Up close, they turn<br />

the sea a lurid green because of<br />

the way these tiny plants reflect<br />

sunlight.<br />

Phytoplankton are the basis<br />

of the marine food chain but a<br />

NIWA ecologist described these<br />

huge blooms as “out of the ordinary.”<br />

Increased nutrient levels,<br />

warm sunny days and long<br />

hours of sunshine have created<br />

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plants to multiply.<br />

Environment Canterbury<br />

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blooms may be caused by heavy<br />

north-west rain storms flushing<br />

nutrients from the land into<br />

streams and rivers, such as the<br />

Waimakariri, and from there<br />

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In our gardens and on farm<br />

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problems for our rivers and lakes<br />

with excessive algal growths.<br />

Health warnings against any<br />

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News<br />

SPORTS<br />

YUMMY: Governors <strong>Bay</strong> School pupils, six-year-old Amy and nine-year-old Millie, at Sunday’s<br />

annual Opawa Farmers’ Market Berry Fest. The girls enjoyed real fruit ice cream and some of<br />

the berries on offer.<br />

Heathcote falls in T20 semi-final<br />

A five-wicket haul from Jonny Pugh wasn’t enough to<br />

help Heathcote 2A reach the final of the twenty20 Barry<br />

Hadlee series. A spirited final two rounds of the competition<br />

saw Heathcote sneak into the semi-final against East<br />

Christchurch Shirley on Thursday. However, that’s as far as<br />

they went. Heathcote bowled first at Burwood Park, with<br />

Pugh’s haul helping to restrict East Christchurch Shirley<br />

to 150/7 from 20 overs. Heathcote’s batsmen, who had<br />

amassed 388 runs in their previous two innings, struggled<br />

at the crease in the knockout match, with East Christchurch<br />

Shirley’s total never looking in danger. Heathcote were all<br />

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Wednesday <strong>February</strong> 8 <strong>2017</strong><br />

SPORTS<br />

WAKE UP CALL: The athletes plunged into action at 8.30am<br />

CHAMPION: Tyrone Hellyer took top prize in<br />

the Olympic distance triathlon.<br />

LOOKING FRESH: Mark La Roche heads up the<br />

hill after completing the 1500m swim.<br />

Athletes battled the heat in Corsair <strong>Bay</strong><br />

COMPETITORS battled with<br />

temperatures in excess of 30 deg<br />

C in Sunday’s Corsair <strong>Bay</strong> Classic<br />

Triathlon.<br />

More than 100 athletes, ranging<br />

from seven through to 70-yearsold,<br />

took part in the event which<br />

began with an 8.30am swim.<br />

The event hosted three categories.<br />

The children’s aquathon,<br />

which was contested between seven<br />

to 10-year-olds and consisted<br />

of a short swim and run. The<br />

short course triathlon/duathlon,<br />

which included a 500m swim or<br />

1.7km run, a 13km cycle to the<br />

bottom of Dyers Pass Rd and<br />

back, and a 3.3km run. And the<br />

Olympic distance triathlon/duathlon,<br />

which featured a 1500m<br />

swim in Corsair <strong>Bay</strong> or 5km run,<br />

40km bike to Orton Bradley Park<br />

and back, and a 10km run.<br />

Many of Canterbury’s top triathletes<br />

used the event as a final<br />

test before next weekend’s Challenge<br />

Wanaka Triathlon Festival.<br />

Thomas Newsom was first<br />

home in the boys’ aquathon with<br />

Charlotte Chiles first in the girls.<br />

A pair of teenagers were first<br />

home in the short course triathlon.<br />

Reece Rush won the male<br />

event in a time of 49m 35s. The<br />

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in 56m 1.9s. The men’s short<br />

course duathlon was won by<br />

Alasdair Hood (49m 56.3s) and<br />

Amber Lawson (58m 36s) won<br />

the women’s race.<br />

The Olympic distance triathlon<br />

titles went to Tyrone Hellyer,<br />

who won the men’s in a time of<br />

2h 14m 20.2s and Fiona Crombie<br />

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the bike leg begins.


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Wednesday <strong>February</strong> 8 <strong>2017</strong><br />

Selwyn Sounds<br />

Jason Kerrison<br />

Kerrison on making music and<br />

Speaking with Christine de Felice ahead of next<br />

month’s Selwyn Sounds music festival,<br />

singer-songwriter Jason Kerrison discusses his<br />

career, music, beliefs and planetarian ventures<br />

You have been at the<br />

forefront of the New Zealand<br />

music scene for quite a few<br />

years now. What have been the<br />

highlights of your career so far?<br />

The biggest achievement for<br />

me by far is Band Together for<br />

Canterbury. Our response to the<br />

earthquakes felt like a good idea<br />

at the time, but it wasn’t until we<br />

had what was later reported as<br />

160,000-odd people at Hagley<br />

Park that we realised the scale of<br />

what we had been a part of. Giving<br />

people that reprieve for even<br />

just a day of music was mint. I<br />

felt huge pride in the team.<br />

What do you regard as your<br />

greatest achievement in music?<br />

Getting the opportunity to<br />

work on very diverse projects<br />

– from being in rock bands like<br />

Opshop and Fungi and hybrid<br />

Hip Pop pyjama-wearing group<br />

The Babysitters Circus to playing<br />

a dual role in the musical<br />

Grease earlier this year and being<br />

invited to play the drums for a<br />

band at the Dubai Sevens. Living<br />

the dream.<br />

The music you create is somewhat<br />

diverse, so what kind of<br />

composer/musician do you see<br />

yourself as?<br />

Recently I’ve tried to explore<br />

different forms in my #JKEP<br />

series, from the sacred geometry<br />

of the Golden Mean to the tuning<br />

and the universal harmonic<br />

of 432Hz instead of the typical<br />

440Hz – just for fun experimentation.<br />

So pop experimentation<br />

at the moment I guess. I also<br />

have a publishing company<br />

called Antipodes Music Publishing<br />

and Sync (AMPS) that<br />

produces and curates music<br />

for a number of projects. So it’s<br />

very diverse in terms of activities,<br />

whether you’re writing for<br />

yourself or to brief. You get to<br />

traverse a few spaces both commercially<br />

and creatively.<br />

Being part of a band or a<br />

solo performer – do you have a<br />

preference and if so, why?<br />

No, I feel rapt to do all of it to<br />

be honest. I’m definitely looking<br />

forward to smashing it out with<br />

the Fungi, though. It has been<br />

way too long since we played. Almost<br />

two decades now … jeez.<br />

Your EP #JKEP2 was an<br />

experimental work. What<br />

prompted you to produce this<br />

rather than a more conventional<br />

EP showcasing your music?<br />

I felt with Opshop I had<br />

cornered myself into commercial<br />

ballad guy-ville and that was<br />

never the intention. I needed<br />

a change of approach purely<br />

as an artist to stretch myself.<br />

I came up with the idea of<br />

producing 10 EPs over time,<br />

exploring different processes in<br />

each. #JKEP1 was largely poppy<br />

acoustic electronic stuff. #JKEP2<br />

was exploring sacred geometry<br />

and its effects in music,<br />

and #JKEP3 will be around<br />

developing songs from briefs<br />

initially used for commercial<br />

clients.<br />

How do you see your future<br />

in music?<br />

I see myself as a working<br />

musician. Whether that<br />

manifests as a soloist, a cast<br />

member of Grease, or a music<br />

producer for the sevens. I went<br />

from touring for the new Fungi<br />

album, which has been sitting in<br />

the top 10 Italian rock charts for<br />

the last few months, and writing/<br />

composing for commercial<br />

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Award-winning<br />

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Kerrison will take<br />

time out from<br />

working on his<br />

eco-friendly<br />

Northland property<br />

to perform at next<br />

month’s Selwyn<br />

Sounds.<br />

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DYKES<br />

clients to producing music for<br />

Toyota’s Global Street Band of<br />

buskers, playing drums for a<br />

band in Dubai, being the music<br />

director for the New Zealand<br />

Marley All-stars Tribute and<br />

debuting a music festival, Selwyn<br />

Sounds, in March with a stellar<br />

line-up. I’m thrilled and bloody<br />

lucky I get to do any of these,<br />

so I’ll just keep saying yes and<br />

getting amongst it I guess. I do<br />

want to start an eco-conscious<br />

music festival on my farm in<br />

about three years, so that’s in the<br />

mix too.<br />

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preparing for the end of time<br />

New Zealand has produced<br />

some stellar musicians, both<br />

composers and performers,<br />

over the last five decades or so.<br />

Do you see that legacy continuing<br />

through today’s up-andcoming<br />

musicians and are there<br />

any that stand out?<br />

Well, I’m in my own rabbit<br />

hole so much that I don’t get exposed<br />

to nearly enough new music.<br />

But I love Joel Shadbolt at the<br />

moment. That dude’s playing and<br />

singing. Far out, one to watch for<br />

sure. I worked with him as MD<br />

on the Bob Marley tribute show<br />

and he just killed it. Genius. In<br />

fact, that whole production was<br />

insanely good and cool to work<br />

with. Bob’s the man.<br />

What advice would you give<br />

to young people with musical<br />

ambitions?<br />

Primarily enjoy yourself and<br />

savour the fact that you get to<br />

do it. In terms of making a life<br />

of it? I often say it’s good to get<br />

a handle on what your success<br />

metrics are from the beginning.<br />

Is success joining a tribute band<br />

and playing once a month for<br />

well-paying corporates? Is it<br />

touring the world playing metal<br />

festivals? Is it writing commercials?<br />

Is it a combo of many<br />

things? Dream it up and get a<br />

handle of its manifestation early.<br />

Charity work, particularly<br />

LIVE: Dragon (above) will join<br />

the Jordan Luck Band and<br />

Mi-Sex at the Selwyn Sounds<br />

concert in Lincoln next month.<br />

with young people, has been a<br />

feature of your career. Why do<br />

you see this as important?<br />

I basically think that if I can<br />

help, I should. That’s pretty much<br />

it.<br />

You describe yourself as a<br />

“planetarian.” What do you<br />

mean by that and how does it<br />

manifest in your day-to-day<br />

life?<br />

I feel the most important thing<br />

we have is our planet. In terms of<br />

day-to-day life, I’m developing a<br />

permaculture biotecture-based<br />

retreat in the far north. We’re<br />

trying to use as much recycled<br />

and retooled stuff as we can. For<br />

example, the Earthship we’re<br />

currently working on has earthrammed<br />

tyres as basic building<br />

blocks. Eventually, we’d like to<br />

run workshops on the principles<br />

of resilient homes and communities<br />

along with other more<br />

esoteric interests of the retreat.<br />

So, I’m still learning a lot about it<br />

and relishing the chance to do it.<br />

Tell us about your “ark” –<br />

why did you decide to build it<br />

and is it complete yet?<br />

I wanted to build an emergency<br />

fallback shelter that would<br />

be off the grid, sustainable and<br />

be able to withstand earthquakes,<br />

hurricanes, tornadoes<br />

and energetic solar events, away<br />

from significant fault lines with<br />

a high profile and an exceptional<br />

spring. We found a property that<br />

suited those caveats. We went<br />

through many different phases<br />

of design, but ultimately decided<br />

we’d like to try different designs<br />

around the ecovillage over time.<br />

We’ve settled on a Michael<br />

Reynolds-inspired Earthship<br />

hut design for the first whare<br />

and it’s an optimistic 70 per cent<br />

there. The release of the Opshop<br />

album Until The End of Time in<br />

2010 was a good opportunity for<br />

me to chat about preparedness<br />

around concerns I had for people<br />

being ready in the event of a<br />

catastrophe, predicted or not. My<br />

personal consideration around<br />

the literature of the predictions<br />

and culture of the end times<br />

of 2012 got me invested into<br />

exploring it further and writing<br />

about it in songs. I’m what you<br />

might call an apocaloptimist,<br />

so I felt in terms of the media<br />

reporting what I was up to there<br />

was a misrepresentation to the<br />

degree that certain elements of<br />

my account were seized upon,<br />

sensationalised and tainted with<br />

whack journalism. Regardless,<br />

I’m still of the opinion that ancient<br />

cultures have left clues for<br />

us about large cosmic cycles and<br />

their effects. And that right now<br />

our solar system is undergoing<br />

interplanetary climate change.<br />

And climate change isn’t an<br />

earthcentric thing; cataclysmic<br />

and abrupt climate change is occurring<br />

throughout the solar system.<br />

So change is upon us. I just<br />

wanted, and still want, people<br />

to be mindful of their preparedness,<br />

and I felt talking about that,<br />

the ark, within the context of the<br />

record would be a good conversation<br />

starter. That seemed to be<br />

the case ultimately regardless of<br />

whether I was literally putting a<br />

boat up on a mountain, which,<br />

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My art covers a broad range of mediums, including<br />

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In New Zealand,<br />

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High relief sculptures for the<br />

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These artworks<br />

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I sought to reflect these<br />

contexts in artworks that<br />

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hopes for positive change in<br />

the future.<br />

tania Bostock<br />

My Paintings are Strong, deliberately imperfect,<br />

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STEEPED IN Roman heritage<br />

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World Heritage-listed Roman Baths.<br />

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Fashion<br />

Gift for illustrating the latest trends<br />

Instagram is a<br />

treasure-trove of<br />

undiscovered talent. Amy<br />

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illustrator Renuka Malik, of<br />

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her love of fashion,<br />

technology and design<br />

What’s your name and how<br />

old are you?<br />

My name is Renuka-Maria<br />

Malik and I am 23-years-old. I<br />

was born in Germany and lived<br />

there for the first six years of<br />

my life, I then moved to India<br />

for two years before residing in<br />

Christchurch, New Zealand. (My<br />

mother is German and my father<br />

is Indian. I also speak fluent<br />

German).<br />

Did you study? If so what?<br />

I studied fashion, technology<br />

and design straight out of high<br />

school, as I’ve wanted to be part<br />

of the fashion industry for as<br />

long as I can remember.<br />

How do you spend your days<br />

at the moment?<br />

I currently work full-time<br />

at Plume, surrounded by my<br />

favourite New Zealand and<br />

international labels. As well as<br />

TALENTED: Renuka Malik is a Christchurch-based fashion<br />

illustrator.<br />

illustrating, another huge passion<br />

of mine is make-up artistry.<br />

I think I enjoy make-up as much<br />

as illustrating because, to me, it’s<br />

like drawing but on a face. I love<br />

anything art-based!<br />

How’d you get into fashion<br />

illustration?<br />

Mum loves to tell the story<br />

of how she had to confiscate<br />

all pens off me as a toddler,<br />

because as soon as I could<br />

hold a pen, I used to draw on<br />

anything and everything. She<br />

then replaced it with a pencil<br />

and numerous books with<br />

empty pages, which didn’t take<br />

me long to fill (apparently). As a<br />

tween, I insisted my mother buy<br />

me Vogue magazines, she finally<br />

agreed as long as I sketched what<br />

I saw inside the magazine. I had<br />

no qualms. This furthered my<br />

love for fashion illustrating.<br />

Why’d you decide to start?<br />

As I mentioned, I’ve always<br />

drawn a lot, especially bodies,<br />

faces and clothes. I draw digitally<br />

on my iPad with a stylus and<br />

have developed an individual<br />

style. A wee while ago, a friend<br />

suggested I post a couple of my<br />

illustrations on Instagram. I’ve<br />

had a really good response so far!<br />

Are you a self-taught<br />

illustrator?<br />

Yes! I went to an alternative<br />

learning school (Rudolf Steiner)<br />

and we were encouraged to paint<br />

and draw from a very young age.<br />

Do you want a career as<br />

a fashion illustrator? If so,<br />

how does it work, like are you<br />

commissioned by designers to<br />

sketch their collections?<br />

Ideally, I would love to work<br />

as a freelance illustrator and do<br />

various jobs for fashion/music<br />

magazines, as well as designers<br />

and photographers, or anyone to<br />

be honest! I love seeing drawing<br />

incorporated into photo shoots<br />

e.g the latest MissFQ cover is<br />

super-cute!<br />

Where do you get inspiration<br />

for your drawings from?<br />

At the moment, most of the<br />

illustrations on my page are<br />

all of runway/campaign looks<br />

that I personally like. I source<br />

the majority of my research<br />

from Style.com (now Vogue.com).<br />

I love looking through the latest<br />

shows and I find a lot of new<br />

designers that way too!<br />

Do you think there’s a market<br />

for fashion illustrating?<br />

I think there is a market for<br />

it as not everyone has the gift<br />

of drawing. I once believed that<br />

everyone is born with it but<br />

turns out that’s not true and,<br />

surprisingly, people do come to<br />

you because of the skill set you<br />

have. I would love to work with<br />

anyone in the fashion industry.<br />

There are some pretty<br />

incredible fashion illustrators<br />

around, is there anyone who<br />

particularly inspires your work?<br />

There are so many amazing<br />

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very talented and I love viewing<br />

other people’s work. I would say<br />

that the person who originally<br />

inspired me the most is the<br />

fabulous and French Garance<br />

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PAGE 24 BAY HARBOUR<br />

Wednesday <strong>February</strong> 8 <strong>2017</strong><br />

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Led by physiotherapists, the weekly<br />

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“More than 80 per cent of New Zealanders<br />

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cash paid. Ph Paul 022<br />

0891 671


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Wednesday <strong>February</strong> 8 <strong>2017</strong><br />

Four Grenadier Seasons Ferrymead<br />

realty<br />

Mt Pleasant<br />

4 3 1<br />

2 Clifton<br />

3 2 1 1<br />

44 Main Road<br />

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

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

an ever-changing sea views over the estuary.<br />

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

Auction: 23 <strong>February</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, 12pm<br />

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5074<br />

Alison Carter Ph 0274 318 960<br />

165 Clifton Terrace<br />

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

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

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

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

and an alarm for your security.<br />

Auction: 23 <strong>February</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, 12pm<br />

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5071<br />

Joy Butel Ph 021 353 280<br />

St Albans 578 Barbadoes Street<br />

Redcliffs 60 Celia Street<br />

St Martins 62 Ngaio Street<br />

Sumner 11 Thorpe Street<br />

3 2 1 1 3 1 1 4 2 1 2<br />

4 2 1<br />

1<br />

Auction: 23 <strong>February</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, 12pm<br />

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5066<br />

Auction: 16 <strong>February</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, 12pm<br />

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5070<br />

Auction: 16 <strong>February</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, 12pm<br />

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5065<br />

Auction: 16 <strong>February</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, 12pm<br />

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5067<br />

Deb Beesley<br />

Ph 027 280 8837<br />

Alison Carter<br />

Ph 0274 318 960<br />

Carol Williams<br />

Ph 027 282 4950<br />

Alison Carter<br />

Ph 0274 318 960<br />

Sumner 28 Esplanade<br />

Sumner 16A Sumnervale Drive<br />

Sumner 79 Nayland Street<br />

Aranui 1/5 Leonie Place<br />

4 1 2 2<br />

2 1 1 1 3 2 2 2<br />

2 1 1 1<br />

Auction: 16 <strong>February</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, 12pm<br />

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5064<br />

Alison Carter<br />

Ph 0274 318 960<br />

Deadline Sale: 21 <strong>February</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, 12pm<br />

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5073<br />

Chris Moores<br />

Ph 027 588 4440<br />

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5076<br />

Joy Butel<br />

Ph 021 353 280<br />

Price: $230,000<br />

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5069<br />

David Searle<br />

Ph 021 565 950<br />

Greg Powell<br />

Branch Manager<br />

027 274 6157<br />

Alison<br />

Carter<br />

0274 318 960<br />

Michelle<br />

Ward<br />

027 203 7858<br />

Deb<br />

Beesley<br />

027 280 8837<br />

Joy<br />

Butel<br />

021 353 280<br />

Chris<br />

Moores<br />

027 588 4440<br />

David<br />

Searle<br />

021 565 950<br />

Kirsty<br />

McLeod<br />

027 226 5893<br />

Liz<br />

Lewis<br />

027 453 <strong>09</strong>52<br />

Want to<br />

be part of<br />

the team?<br />

Ferrymead<br />

Carol<br />

Williams<br />

027 282 4950<br />

Catherine<br />

Dougall<br />

027 588 6844<br />

Dave<br />

Elston<br />

0274 593 165<br />

Chris<br />

Smart<br />

021 871 100<br />

Craig<br />

Todd<br />

027 642 1075<br />

Lisa<br />

Ny<br />

027 622 5060<br />

Megan<br />

Jarratt<br />

027 841 2335<br />

Shaun<br />

Davey<br />

027 953 8860<br />

Alistair<br />

Hazeldine<br />

027 572 1555<br />

This could<br />

be you!<br />

1020 Ferry Rd Ferrymead • Ph 384 7950 • harcourtsgrenadier.co.nz<br />

Grenadier Real Estate Ltd MREINZ is a Licensed Agent Under the<br />

Real Estate Agents Act 2008

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