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Former cop complains

about police response

Call for review

into after hours

coverage

• By Gabrielle Stuart

A FORMER detective has laid

an official complaint against

Lyttelton police, saying they

“fobbed off” two requests for

help.

Peter Newsome complained

last month to the Commissioner

of Police, asking for a formal

review of Lyttelton’s after-hours

policing policy.

He said residents were losing

confidence in the local police.

His complaint comes after

ongoing concern from the

community about the police

coverage.

Bay Harbour News has been

covering the ongoing issue and

has a backgrounder on pages 6-7.

The Lyttelton Police Station

opens between 8am and 5pm

on weekdays, in spite of the fact

almost two thirds of crimes

recorded in the port over the last

two years were committed after

hours or on the weekends.

Mr Newsome’s complaints

come after Lyttelton residents

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Dietche put together an online

survey, which was sparked by a

spate of car thefts and burglaries

in January, in a bid to address

crime.

The survey, which was taken

by about 100 Lyttleton residents

last month found 66 per cent

believed the police response

to crime in the area was

inadequate.

Mr Newsome said neither

of his complaints had been

serious, but he was concerned

by how “dismissive” Lyttelton

police had been.

The first was when his wife lost

her engagement ring, and she

went to the station to report it

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the gap she had to report it by

phone.

“She just felt completely

fobbed off,” he said.

The second was at about 6am

on Christmas Eve, when he

caught a dog killing chickens,

and followed the dog back to its

home. When he called police

to report it, he was told the

police were too busy attending

incidents where lives were

threatened.

He was told police would only

respond to incidents in Lyttelton

after 5pm if there was a “direct

threat to life”.

“If it is the case that police are

so busy attending life or death

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situations to attend anything

else, surely we’d be facing mayhem

in the city, and we’re not

seeing that,” he said.

Mr Newsome worked for more

than 20 years in the police, including

about a year working night

shifts in Lyttelton in the 80s.

He complained because he was

seriously concerned about the

way confidence in the police was

dropping.

He made his complaint in

January to Police Minister Paula

Bennett, who passed it on to the

Commissioner of Police.

It is currently being investigated

by Canterbury area prevention

manager Paul Reeves, before

it will be put to the Independent

Police Conduct Authority.

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Wednesday March 1 2017

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News.......................................3-8

THE DRUMS continue to beat in

Lyttelton over policing.

Today, we reveal former

detective Peter Newsome,

who lives in port, has laid a

formal complaint with the

Commissioner of Police, saying

Lyttelton police fobbed off two

requests from him for help.

He also says that Lyttelton

people, and those in surrounding

bays, are losing confidence with

the police.

That drum has been beating for

some time now.

Surprising the officer in charge

of the Lyttelton station still does

not respond to questions from

Bay Harbour News. That is being

left to a city-based inspector. I’m

unsure why because by all accounts

the Lyttelton chief is not a

bad sort of guy.

So Dave, anytime you want to

have your say, give us a call.

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Fundraiser helps pay back

volunteer firefighters

• By Noah Graham

THE GOVERNORS Bay

community is rallying to help

raise funds for the unpaid hours

volunteer firefighters worked

battling the Port Hills blaze last

month.

What started as a suggestion

on the community Facebook

page, has developed into

a Givealittle page with

nearly $5700 raised in one

week.

Givealittle page organiser

Nicola Graham, Sally-Ann

Fitzhardinge and other members

of the Facebook group set up

the donation page because

they wanted to give back to the

volunteer firefighters.

She said they could not bear

the thought of the firefighters

working all those hours with

their businesses suffering as

well.

“A lot of families may not be

able to eat if they do not bring

home their weekly wage, I

could not bear the possibility

that might be the same for our

firefighters.

“Our firefighters looked after

our homes and lives, we had to

repay them.”

She said the donors had been

“tremendously generous” with

the amount donated so far.

The donations are regularly

in the hundreds but there was a

standout gesture with a donor

who gave $1500 towards the

fundraiser.

Chief Fire Officer Andrew

Norris said at least half of his

firefighters were self-employed

and others took time off work to

fight the Port Hills blaze.

He said they were all surprised

by the gesture.

“The donations for their pay

is not usual, but most welcome

by the guys and girls who lost

income,” said Mr Norris.

It is the first time he had

encountered a situation like this

and said he was unsure how they

would split the money between

the firefighters.

However, it will definitely

be given to the firefighters as

intended, he said.

“We are truly grateful to the

people that set [the page] up and

to the donors as well.”

Those wishing to donate can

do so at the Governors Bay

Volunteer Fire Brigade or at

https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/

govbaysaysthanks.

The Givealittle page closes on

March 18.

THANKFUL:

Volunteer

firefighters are

grateful members

of the community

have donated

nearly $5700 to

help cover the

unpaid hours they

worked battling the

Port Hills blaze.

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to travel to Dallington or New

Brighton if they wanted that

specific petrol.

LYTTELTON LIBRARY

The Lyttelton Library and Customer

Services centre will move to

its newly-refurbished building on

the corner of London and Canterbury

Sts on March 13. The library

was operating out of Trinity Hall

in the Lyttelton Recreation Centre

and closed last month while furniture,

books and equipment were

moved to the new site.

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fund for the next three

years. The fund will be allocated

from the board’s discretionary

response fund and will celebrate

and support young people

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Brother, sister riding wave of success

• By Julia Evans

TWO YOUNG Sumner surf life

savers are taking the sport by

storm.

At the Southern Region

Junior Championships,

Samantha Lascelles, 10, and

brother Alexander, 7, were both

crowned overall champions in

their age groups.

Between them, they won

11 medals at the recent

competition on Warrington

Beach, near Dunedin.

Samantha received six of the

medals and Alexander won five

in events such as beach sprints

and beach flags.

Samantha has been named

the junior champion every year

since she began competing for

the Sumner club three years

ago.

Surf Life Saving Christchurch

manager Henry Lawson said

it’s great to see juniors excelling

and the next generation of life

guards coming through.

Sumner came second overall

in the club rankings.

Father Richard Lascelles said

the siblings first began training

on Onemana Beach in the

Coromandel when they were

five and three respectively.

Onemana is a dangerous

swimming beach and

the surf club there ran an

WINNERS: Samantha

Lascelles (right) took

home six medals at the

Southern Region Junior

Championship while her

brother, Alexander, won five

medals.

excellent fitness and training

programme, which the children

loved, he said.

While surf life saving began

as something they only did on

holiday, when Samantha began

winning, they decided she was

good enough to join a local

club.

Mr Lascelles said the secret to

their success was not living and

breathing life saving – the pair

are always active and always

doing something different.

“They’re usually doing

something every day, but they

train in a variety of sports, they

don’t do 10 sessions on the same

thing,” he said.

They swim, run, play cricket,

do athletics and cross country,

as well spend the summer at the

beach surf life saving, he said.

“They love it. It’s good fun.”

Samantha and Alexander

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British Hotel auctioning off

a piece of Lyttelton history

• By Noah Graham

SELLING THE British Hotel’s

pool table is like selling family

silver.

Co-owner Rebecca Lovell-

Smith is auctioning off the

iconic table, which stood firmly

in the local, on TradeMe – and it

has gained a lot of interest.

The auction will close on

Friday, but the pool table has a

bid of more than $1000 and the

page has received about 2300

views.

Mrs Lovell-Smith said the

pool table was one of several

items she has had to sell from

the 70-year-old building to help

raise restoration funds to bring

it back to its former glory. It was

damaged in the February 2011

earthquake.

Mrs Lovell-Smith and her

husband, Christian Carruthers,

bought the hotel in 2015 and

admit the decision was not a

financially viable one, but one

of passion to save the historic

building.

“We think [the hotel] is an important

part of the community

and we just want to restore it

back to how it used to be.”

She was saddened to have to

sell the pool table as it felt like

parting with the “family silver”

but they need every penny.

The potential new owner of

the pool table will have to come

and have a look before buying

the table, as Mrs Lovell-Smith is

trying to make sure it goes to a

good home.

“As long as it goes to someone

who appreciates it, we are happy

with it.”

She said the pool table had

received a lot of interest from

the community, with people

reminiscing over family outings

when they were younger.

One person who went to see

the pool table wanted to keep it

at the hotel and said, if he won,

HISTORIC: British

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Ros Dixon takes

a shot on the

pool table which

is being sold to

raise money for

the restoration of

the hotel.

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he would donate it back to them,

Mrs Lovell-Smith said.

However, the potential

auction winner will need to have

strong arms as the 2.2m by 1.2m

table is made from slate and is

incredibly heavy, she said.

“There were four of us who

tried to move it and we

were unable to shift it even

slightly.”

Redcliffs School

endorses park

• By Noah Graham

THE REDCLIFFS School board of

trustees has formally endorsed the

proposed Redcliffs Park site.

At its meeting last week, the

board met with the city council and

the Ministry of Education, which

said there are no issues with the

park site.

Redcliffs School board of trustees

representative Chelsea Halliwell

said it was the first time the school

was officially supportive of the Redcliffs

Park site.

Friends of Redcliffs Park member

Chris Doudney believed the school

was forced to agree with the ministry

out of fear they would not have a

school returned to them otherwise.

“The school should return to the

original site. Of course Redcliffs

Park is a good site, so is Hagley

Park. The problem is they are

parks.”

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member Darrell

Latham said the board of trustees

had fought a brilliant campaign

with local and national support

in getting the school returned to

Redcliffs.

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SAFETY: Sumner School year 3-6 pupils participated in the

Surf Life Saving Beach Education programme last month

and learned about surf, sun safety and how the lifeguard’s

role is a vital one.

Raising funds for

Wellington trip

• By Noah Graham

OUR LADY Star of the Sea

School year 7 and 8 pupils are

fundraising for the highlight of

their school life.

The pupils have so far sold

sweets and crafts at a Valentine’s

Day booth two weeks ago along

with regular chocolate and bacon

sales to raise money for the

biennial trip to Wellington early

next month.

Principal John Kane said the

pupils have raised $2700 so far of

the $4000 goal.

The trip costs between

$200-250 per pupil but they are

fundraising for all the pupils to

go so they learn about collective

responsibility and do it for one

another, Mr Kane said.

He said the pupils experience

an abundance of fun activities in

Wellington and it becomes one

of the best parts of their school

life.

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Parliament in sitting, join Port

Hills MP Ruth Dyson for lunch,

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movies and produce their own

TV show at Capitol E Studios.

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and try their hand at rock climbing.

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in Wellington and this year’s

pupils are getting excited for it.

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Drum beats over policing

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Where are Lyttelton’s

police? As Bay Harbour

News revealed details of

a formal complaint laid

against Lyttelton police,

a survey of residents

has also found growing

Gardening

dissatisfaction with local

policing. Gabrielle Stuart

reports

ON PAPER, Lyttelton’s policing

situation looks very good.

Just 122 crimes were reported

in Lyttelton last year, only a

fraction – 0.5 per cent – of the

20,625 crimes reported across

Motoring

Christchurch.

Five police officers and a

supervisor are assigned to the

Lyttelton Police Station, and with

crime dropping each year, that

should be more than enough.

But it is after dark the issues

begin.

The station is only staffed

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between 8am-5pm – after that,

any calls are taken by police in

Christchurch.

Yet almost two thirds of the

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the weekends, when the police

station was closed.

That has left residents feeling

Money

increasingly unsafe.

A number of vehicles that were

broken into in Lyttelton and

Diamond Harbour earlier last

month has prompted the Banks

Peninsula Community Board to

ask for an update.

Last month, about 100

Lyttelton residents were surveyed

about the local policing.

Two thirds of the people who

responded said they believed

the police response to crime was

inadequate.

Resident Paul Dietche, one of

the organisers of the survey, said

the community did not feel safe.

“People know that they can

run amuck when the police are

off hours,” he said.

Community’s online bid to

address crime in Lyttelton

• By Noah Graham

LytteLton resident Candice

Milner has “had enough.”

The 18-year-old, alongside

many others in the community,

is fed up with the number of car

thefts and burglaries that have

taken place in the area.

She has teamed up with

another resident, Paul Dietche,

who are collecting data for an

online survey on Lyttelton crime

and the possible remedies.

In the past month there have

been seven car thefts residents

have reported on the ‘Lyttelton

– ain’t no place I’d rather be!’

Facebook page and tension is

rising, Mr Dietche said.

Last year he went public in Bay

Harbour News, calling for better

policing and CCtV cameras to

be placed in Lyttelton to prevent

crime.

The CCtV cameras have yet to

eventuate and Mr Dietche is still

frustrated with police responses.

So far, the pair have collected

100 responses to their survey

which shows the community is

frustrating, Ms Milner said.

The survey currently shows

more than 90 per cent believe

there has been an increase in

crime.

Sixty-six per cent, believed

police response to crime is

inadequate.

Ms Milner said the statistics

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The course features HOSPITALITY views SITE over OR Christchurch,

GROUP ENTRIES

participants

questions

from Hansen Park

across the last Canterbury 1. BOOK week.

A Plains WORKPLACE to the Southern OR FAMILY Alps, HOSPITALITY

to the Victoria Park start line.

allowing for reflection SITE at the and finish remembrance.

line. Sites are 5x5 metres and suit

gazebos, tents, tables and BBQs.

Event Canterbury starts: 9amHOSPITALITY 2. SITE TO REGISTER OR area GROUP as a ENTRIES

workplace prevention

group or to book a

www.runtoremember.co.nz 1. BOOK A WORKPLACE hospitality site OR contact FAMILY lucy.ryan@sportcanterbury.org.nz

HOSPITALITY

SITE at the finish line. Sites are 5x5 metres and suit

manager Acting Inspector Paul

gazebos, tents, tables and BBQs.

2. TO REGISTER as a workplace group or to book a

Reeves said hospitality site he contact was lucy.ryan@sportcanterbury.org.nz aware of the

discussion in the community,

and it was a concern.

“We need to make sure people

do feel safe, and get good service

from the police,” he said.

He said serious incidents

would always be responded

to, even after the station was

Sunday

19 February 2017

Location: Race starts

at Victoria Park &

finishes at Hansen Park

Buses provided to take

participants from Hansen Park

to the Victoria Park start line.

Event starts: 9am

www.runtoremember.co.nz

A run to commemorate lives lost in the 2011 earthquake

Sunday, 19 February 2017

Location: Race starts at Victoria

Park & finishes at Hansen Park.

Buses provided to take participants

from Hansen Park to the Victoria Park

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or to book a hospitality site contact

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crime continues, something has

to be done.

Mr Dietche said he will take

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the information to the Banks

Peninsula Community Board in

the hope something will be done

about it.

He said there was no point in

taking the information to the

police because he had lost faith

in them.

“We don’t have confidence

going to the police.”

When Bay Harbour News

contacted Lyttelton police

Sergeant Dave Knowles he

referred all inquiries to the

police media communications

centre.

Canterbury and West Coast

area prevention manager

Inspector Paul Reeves said

there has been no significant

increase in the Lyttelton area

recently.

“While the station operates

from 8am to 5pm, police service

the Lyttelton area 24/7, with

community patrols and officers

from other parts of the metro

area responding to any incidents

or crime as needed,” Inspector

Reeves said in an email.

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closed – but he could not say if

there would be any change to the

hours the station was manned.

He said police resources had

to be assigned where there was

demand, and the number of calls

to police from Lyttelton had not

increased at all.

National list MP Nuk Korako

has been campaigning for several

months to get more police

presence after hours in the area,

but has so far been unsuccessful.

He said an after hours police

presence was particularly

needed in the Lyttelton area

because the bays were “the city’s

playground”, and attracted a lot

of visitors in the evenings and

weekends.

One of Bill English’s first

promises as Prime Minister was

to have 880 extra police officers

on the beat around the country

by November.

The decision about where they

are assigned will be made by

police, but Mr Korako said he

would “push hard” to have some

of them placed in Lyttelton.

Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson

said she believed police there

were doing the best job they

could, but they needed more

resources.

“When the budgets are cut

they can’t ask police to work as

volunteers,” she said.

Banks Peninsula city councillor

and deputy mayor Andrew

Turner said the issue had been

raised with the local community

board, and they were concerned.

“The scale of crime people are

talking about seems to be greatly

increased from what it was in

the past. There have always been

a few burglaries, vandalism,

fighting and petty crime, but this

quite unprecedented in the way

it is being discussed,” he said.

Although the numbers of

reported crimes have dropped,

he was concerned crimes might

be going unreported.

“If the lack of reporting is reflective

of a community lack of confidence

in the police, then that’s

certainly a problem,” he said.

But he said keeping the community

safe went both ways, and

there were also things residents

could be doing to prevent crime.

• From page 1

Acting Inspector Reeves said

he could not talk about the

specifics of the complaint, as the

investigation was under way.

He said police used a risk assessment

process to decide how

serious a call was, and situations

where lives were at risk would

take top priority.

But he said police would still

attend calls from Lyttelton after

hours, even if no one was in

danger.

“If something was stolen it

Crime in Lyttelton:

2016: 122 crimes reported

48 thefts

44 burglaries

24 illegal uses of a motor

vehicle

six assaults

2015: 133 crimes reported

58 thefts

46 burglaries

16 assaults

13 illegal uses of a motor

vehicle

“In Lyttelton we have lived

in a community where people

look after each other, so people

haven’t been as security conscious

as they could be, making

sure homes are locked and cars

are locked securely,” he said.

Since the issue was raised,

about a dozen people in the

community have volunteered

to join the community watch –

which may mean they are able to

run more frequent patrols.

Mr Dietche said installation

of security cameras was also

being looked at as a way to deter

criminals.

However, he said they would

need to be properly managed,

and although it would reduce

the amount of crime in the town

centre, it would do little in the

residential area.

• Additional reporting Noah

Graham

might be dealt with the next day,

but if the incident was serious

would respond to it,” he said.

“If someone had their house

broken into and the offender

was still there, we would respond

to that, or there was an

assault we would respond to

that.”

He said Mr Newsome’s was

the only formal complaint he

knew of about policing in Lyttelton,

but the issues had also

been raised informally by other

residents.


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Wednesday March 1 2017

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Pedestrian crossing at Lyttelton

to go hi-tech with smart lights

ashion

SICK OF the little green man

turning to red before you’ve had

enough time to cross the road?

Engineers may have come up

with a solution.

A pedestrian crossing that

uses radar technology to sense

people and adjust crossing time

is set to be installed in Lyttelton.

Gardening

“It can tell if a person is taking

a longer or shorter time to

cross the road and it will adjust

the cross time accordingly,” said

Colin Knaggs, New Zealand

Transport Agency Highway

manager.

If a pedestrian crosses prematurely,

before the cross signal

shows, or walks away from the

otoring

crossing, the technology also

cancels the pedestrian’s request

to cross so traffic is not held up

unnecessarily.

The new crossing is being

installed on Norwich Quay,

between Sutton Quay and

Canterbury Street, as part of

a transport agency-led project

in the Lyttelton Port Recovery

asty Bites

Plan.

Mr Knaggs said the project

was about improving safety for

pedestrians while maintaining

freight efficiency to and from

the Lyttelton Port.

RED MAN: A new pedestrian crossing being installed on Norwich Quay, between Sutton Quay

and Canterbury Street, in Lyttelton will be able to tell if pedestrians have finished crossing the

road.

“This project will make it

easier and safer for people to

walk around their community.

It will be safer for children to

walk to school, and older people

will have the time they need to

cross.

“The smart technology also

means traffic will not get held

up if people finish crossing early

or decide not to cross. If no-one

is waiting or on the crossing,

drivers will be able to continue

without delay.

“This is a big advantage on

roads like this which are used to

access the port.”

Along with the new signals,

the project will see new tactile

paving installed along with new

footpaths.

The road will also be repaired

and improved and a new bus

stop will be installed at a safer

location adjacent to Fisherman’s

Wharf restaurant.

Work will start shortly and is

expected to be completed by the

end of April.

Motorists are advised to

expect short delays during the

work.

- NZ Herald

Tuula Rapley, Rosemary

Sladen and Lions Club

International president Gudrun

Bjort Yngvadottir (right).

International Lions

Club identity

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THE REDCLIFFS Village Library

recently hosted an international

guest.

The library welcomed a delegation

from the Lions Clubs International,

which was led by soon to be

first woman president of the club,

Gudrun Bjort Yngvadottir, who

will take office next year.

Mrs Yngvadottir travelled from

Iceland with her husband and

toured around Christchurch sites

with several other New Zealand

and international delegates to

view sites that had been assisted

by the Lions Club since the 2011

earthquake.

Rebuild committee member and

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a chance for library staff to thank

Lions Clubs International for the

significant donation they made

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Wednesday March 1 2017

Your Local Views

Prompt response

needed on hills

News

Green MP Eugenie

Sage talks about the

devastation the Port

Hills blaze has had on

the flora and fauna

and the first steps

to rejuvenating the land

need to happen as quickly

as possible

Fashionshrub lands and forests have

WATCHING trees shoot

flames skyward and

tiny looking helicopters

disappearing into huge plumes

of smoke is not something I

want to see again.

Like many, I’m very grateful

we have so many skilled,

Gardening

courageous and dedicated

people working to subdue the

Port Hills fires.

As the climate warms we are

likely to face more fires and

must more clearly consider

the risk of fire and be better

prepared to prevent and

control it.

Where the fires have

Motoring

damaged homes and property

it will be a heart-breaking

task to replace what has been

turned to ash.

It’s good news that the

Sign of the Kiwi and

much of the Adventure

Park’s mountain biking

infrastructure were

saved by some skilled

fire-fighting.

Some of

Christchurch’s most iconic

reserves and their regenerating

been badly damaged. Wildlife

will also have suffered. The full

extent of the damage is unclear

but it’s estimated that at least

187ha of reserve land has been

burnt.

Much of the 150ha

Ohinetahi Bush Reserve above

Governor’s Bay managed by

the Summit Road Society

is now blackened hillside.

The privately owned Hoon

Hay Bush has lost much.

Thankfully, the core of the

Kennedy’s Bush Reserve is still

intact.

Community conservation

organisations are already

talking about working

together to replant.

They need a combination of

Government and city council

support.

Celebrating Estuary Fest

with incredible godwits

Ferrymead

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member

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Crooks talks

about the

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godwits and

how the kids got stuck into

the annual Estuary Fest with

colour and excitement

THE remarkable godwits that

spend the Christchurch summer

in the estuary now have good

reason to add the annual Estuary

Fest to their “must do” list.

Many children devoted themselves

to painting and producing

brightly coloured godwits during

this year’s Estuary Fest celebration

at the McCormacks Bay

Reserve in early February.

These models will be sold to

raise funds for a giant flock of

godwit statues at the entrance to

South Brighton on Bridge St. The

Burwood-Pegasus Community

Board has provided some funds,

but more money is needed to

complete the project.

The godwits fly 11,000km from

DAY OUT: Families enjoyed

their time at the Estuary

Fest earlier this month with

an assortment of activities

to sink their teeth into from

painting godwits to sizzler

rides and a bouncy castle. ​

Alaska each New Zealand spring

– the longest nonstop flight of any

non-seabird. This year’s godwit

flock will be farewelled on March

10.

Around 3000 children and

adults enjoyed the bouncy castle,

Pedal Mania, and sizzler rides at

the Estuary Fest.

Ferrymead Rotary was a significant

contributor to the day,

assisting the Estuary Fest with

a donation, running the sizzler

rides, and organising car-parking.

Rotarians have also played an

important role in helping with

planting and clearing undergrowth

in McCormacks Bay. The

Estuary Trust guided a walk

to view the results of this work.

Many families brought picnics

and enjoyed the very hot day outside

listening to the music, while

food stalls sold a variety of items,

from pizza to coffee. The band

catered for many tastes – older

adults and young children alike

enjoyed impromptu dancing.

There were displays of live mud

fish by the National Institute of

Water and Atmospheric Research

and estuary birds by the Estuary

Trust.

Those at the festival provided

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people commented on “a fantastic

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Percasky bowls Sumner to win

A BRANCH OF

• By Noah Graham

SUMNER’S JONNY Percasky

had a ripper of a day on

Saturday, grabbing five second

innings wickets.

The left-arm orthodox

bowler managed to get some

turn from a pitch that offered

little to snag 8-36 over the

two-day match to see his Sumner

side cruise to a 10-wicket

win against Lancaster Park.

Sumner went into the

second day of the match in

a dominant position, having

bowled Lancaster out for 140

in the first innings and scoring

268/8 to gain control.

On Saturday, Sumner

bowled Lancaster out for 145

in the second innings and only

needed 18 for the win which

they got comfortably.

A bit of flight, some variation

of pace and good close

fielding are what Percasky

credits for his success.

“There was a little bit of turn

and we had a few guys in close

SPORTS

to the batsman,” Percasky said.

“They hit a few in the air

and we hung on to them.”

He said it was always “pretty

good” to snag five wickets

FLIGHT: Sumner spinner

Jonny Percasky used his

flight and turn to take five

second innings wickets on

Saturday.

in one innings and you have

earned a drink when you take

eight across the two days.

Percasky pinched 3-10

in the first innings and

followed it up with 5-26 in

the second innings to end the

match.

Percasky is in his seventh

season for Sumner and this

was his third five-wicket bag

of the season.

Percasky was not the only

Sumner player to have a

remarkable game, club captain

Dan Vann grabbed five

wickets in the first inning

and followed it up with a

century.

Michael Toomey

mft@younghunter.co.nz

RIDING: Redcliffs’ surfer

Harrison Whiteside lost his

top spot in the Billabong

Grom Series at the weekend.

Whiteside, 19, competed on the

Piha waves but was unable to

keep his lead in the series after

he came fourth, dropping him

to second place in the series

overall. Whiteside still has a

chance to win the series and

will compete in the final event

in Mt Maunganui on March 11

and 12.

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Seaweek

Today, 11am

Swim along to Shellebrate

Seaweek at your library for

stories and songs with a water

safety theme. You can even wear

your togs.

Akaroa Community and

School Library, 2 Selwyn Ave

Create ‘n’ Connect Art and

Craft Group

Tomorrow then every

Thursday from 9.30am-noon

Create ‘n’ Connect Art and

Craft group welcomes you to

come and enjoy creativity and

company and inspiration. Bring

your own project or we can help

you with something new. Call

Beth for more information. 022

678 1252

St Andrew’s Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Can Akaroa Become Plastic

Bag-Free?

Tomorrow, 6.30-7.30pm

A talk by Green Party MP

Denise Roche and launch

of the peninsula’s new Sea

& Native Bird brochure and

Akaroa reusable bags. Every

few days another part of the

world becomes plastic bag-free.

The issue of plastic bags affects

our country, our children

and the oceans worldwide. Is

New Zealand doing enough?

Email noah.graham@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

This talk will provide an

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and the community to hear

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this concept, and how it could

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showcasing colourful,

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bags, stretchy vegetable bags

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Free’ talk, the new Banks

Peninsula bird brochure, and

Akaroa Reusable bags will be

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Akaroa Sports Complex, 78

Rue Lavaud

New Zealand Ocean Swim

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Saturday, 7am-1pm

The fiffth of seven events in

the New Zealand Ocean Swim

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was named after the interesting

3.3km course shape, which

weaves in and out of three bays

on the return leg to Corsair

Bay. Consisting of four different

swim events, the Christchurch

Crown provides an ocean swim

event for all ages and abilities.

The legs include: ‘I’m Going

Long’ – a 3.3km swim which

weaves in and out of Rapaki,

Cass and Corsair bays.

‘Step it Up’ – a 1000m swim

triangular course off Corsair

Bay. ‘Give it a Go’ – a 500m

triangular course off Corsair

Bay, a great introduction to

open water swimming. And

‘OceanKids’ – a swim for

children aged between

seven and 12-years-old,

consisting of a 200m shallow

water triangular swim off

Corsair Bay, lined with surf

life saving New Zealand

guards.

Corsair Bay, Park Tce,

Lyttelton

Lyttelton SummerFest

2017

Saturday to March 10

Come and enjoy the

Lyttelton SummerFest being

held by Project Lyttelton.

There are 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

of our amazing local arts and

crafts people.

Learn To Sail

Sunday, 9am-noon. Then

every Sunday morning

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

apply.

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Auction: 16 March 2017, Unless Sold Prior

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This delightful property was thoughtfully

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a fabulous home and as luxury Bed and

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my owner hosted guests from all over the

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wowed by the stunning expansive view.

The property is now to be sold ‘as is -

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be transferred to the new owner.

Tons of space, sun and style set the first

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and off street parking, assured privacy

and loaded with appeal, this is a fantastic

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Mt Pleasant is a marvellous lifestyle

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activities, you will love the local beaches,

walking & bike tracks along with sailing

and kitesurfing.

Latest Christchurch news at www.

The garden is beautifully planted and has

provided many hours of pleasure, but is

now seeking a green fingered new owner

to bring it back to its former glory. This one

won’t disappoint, act now.

Open Homes: 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday until

auction.

See you at the Open Home or for a

private viewing or more information

contact Deb Beesley of Harcourts

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Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

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Minimum rental period 8

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the owners 021 238 9890

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money paid directly into

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Landscape

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Phone Mike

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021 1499 733

Trades & Services

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QUALITY ROOFING AT THE

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Call for a friendly, FREE assessment and quote.

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Ph: 347 9045 or 021 165 1682

Email: Robinsonroofing99@gmail.com

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George Lockyer. Over 30

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brickwork a speciality. No

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Bay. Home 329-9344,

Cell 027 684-4046, email

georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz

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jflattery@xtra.co.nz, ph 0800

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027 322 6119

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work exp, ph 028 408-0121

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Lighting & power point

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heatpumps, alarms, tv &

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ph Simon 027 389-1351 or

03 328-7280

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7877 or 379-1281. Website

www.swedekiwipainting.

co.nz

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free quotes given, over 20

yrs plasterering experience,

ph 027 221-4066 or 384-

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email johnmill@ihug.co.nz

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visit www.featureworks.

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Clear Window Cleaning ph

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ARE YOU UP FOR IT?

March 19

Under 10’s free

Enter now at Pak’NSave | New World

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A Star Media Event


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Participants

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RUNNERS

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Heathcote River

STAGE

First Aid

Free Sunscreen

Toilets

Clothing Drop Off

8.30-10am

Late Registrations

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9am-10am YMCA Warm

Up & Entertainment

Start Line. 10am start

6km Runners

14km Runners


Need to know

Online Order

• Selected collect? Bring your e-ticket confirmation

to Smiths City Colombo street on Friday 17

March between 11-5pm Or Saturday 18 March

between 9-5pm.

Selected courier? You will receive your entry

shortly. Cut off day for courier is March 10.

• The 14km starts at 9am at Centennial Park,

Pioneer Stadium. The Sport Canterbury 6km starts

10am at Hansens Park, Opawa.

• Warm up with our Christchurch YMCA fitness team,

and enjoy pre event entertainment.

• At the finish line grab your free Pump Water or

Powerade, Froozeballs, and fruit thanks to Food

Together.

• Enjoy free children’s entertainment and our live band.

• Look out for the Singapore Airlines Crew taking

your celebratory photo.

• Prize giving starts at mid-day.

Transport

Before the Event

• Buses will be running from McCormacks Bay to

both start locations. The first 14km bus will leave

at 7.15am, and the last at 8.15am. The first Sport

Canterbury 6km bus will depart at 8.30am, and

the last at 9.15am.

The Sport Canterbury bus drop off point is 800m

from Hansens Park.

After the Event

• Buses will operate from the finish line back to

the start lines between 10am – 2pm.

• A free shuttle will operate from Ferrymead

Playing Fields (finish area) back to McCormacks

Bay if you parked there.

• Need to buy a bus ticket on the day?

There will be limited sales – we recommend you

plan ahead and book online: City2surf.co.nz.

Please show the driver your pre-purchased ticket

(printed, smartphone or red wristband). Drivers

will not accept cash.

Look the part

Available in 3 different colours

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Moving with you for 43 years

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March 19

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