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Residents

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changing

sheds

• By Noah Graham

CHANGING SHEDS at Scarborough

Park could be installed following

residents’ frustration the toilets were

congested with people getting changed.

The Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board requested money

for the changing sheds to be included

in the draft Annual Plan.

The city council has budgeted

$100,000 for the project, which could

be carried out later this year, if the

Annual Plan is approved following

public consultation.

Resident Peter Hansen said the lack

of changing rooms has been a big

problem.

He said a lot of children and teenagers

use the two toilets to change in

and out of their clothes at the beach.

It has caused congestion problems

for those who want to use the toilets.

Community board member Darrell

Latham said it was something nearby

residents’ and beach goers had been

“advocating for.”

“Mainly due to congestion from

surf clubs holding teaching sessions

along the waterfront and using the

toilet facilities as changing rooms.

“This has meant that folk passing

have not been able to access toilet

facilities in an easy manner,” Dr

Latham said.

City council head of community

support, governance and partnerships

Lester Wolfreys said creating more

public toilets “makes sense.”

“Currently people use the public

toilets to change after swimming and

surfing. This reduces the availability

of public toilets,” Mr Wolfreys said.

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FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

DESK

SOME RELIEF is on its way for

those in need at Scarborough

Park.

We reveal today on page 1 that

$100,000 may be put aside by the

city council to build changing

rooms at the popular park – and

that will be money well spent.

At the moment people are

changing in the toilets and that’s

causing a few issues for those who

need them for what they were

built for.

Scarborough is hugely popular

so it’s a no-brainer to put changing

sheds in.

Top marks to Sumner Running

Club athletes who stood out at the

Canterbury children’s championships

in Timaru.

We have a great shot on page 1

of Caleb Sutter, and more coverage

on page 15.

Many thanks to the club for

sending in details and photos of

its efforts at the championships.

– Barry Clarke

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Penguins explore new nests

In Brief

• By Bridget Rutherford

Marie

Haley

A SUCCESSFUL predator

control programme on Banks

Peninsula has meant some of the

world’s smallest penguins have

started exploring new nesting

sites.

In November and December,

Banks Peninsula Conservation

Trust carried out its

great little penguin

count at the largest

mainland penguin

colony in the country

– Flea Bay.

It is carried out

every four years on

the white flippered penguins

and took about three weeks to

do, because they like to nest in

isolated, and difficult spots to

access.

Although the number of

pairs of penguins had declined

since the previous count, results

showed they have started to explore

old and unused nest sites.

Nests were found in burrows

at Otanerito, which had been

unused for about 15-20 years.

BPCT Wildside co-ordinator

Marie Haley said it was exciting

news for the colony’s future.

She said it showed the success

of the predator control programme

across an area known

as the Wildside, since numbers

blew out in the 1980s.

The Wildside is a nationally

EXCITING: White flippered penguins have started expanding

their nesting spots on Banks Peninsula. ​

significant area for the protection

of sea bird breeding sites.

“It’s taken that long for the

programme to be good enough,

and long enough lasting for the

tide to really turn and it’s quite

exciting.”

Ms Haley said the penguins

had also been nesting at the

bottom of Hinewai Reserve, and

also around the coast where the

predator control programme

took place, from Akaroa head to

Le Bons Bay.

They had also moved to more

open places closer to humans

and activity, and seemed to be

coping well, she said.

A lot more were also being

spotted in Akaroa Harbour, she

said.

In 2012, 1304 penguin pairs

were counted. While the recent

count found 1250.

Ms Haley said the drop was

not concerning, because the Flea

Bay population had increased

most years, and now it seemed

to have reached its maximum.

The very first count was done

in 2000, with 717 pairs.

The trust was also seeing continued

increase in the number of

sooty shearwaters or titi, nesting

at Stony Bay.

In the last count in December,

there were up to 50 chicks. The

number had gone up every year.

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weather, lost control and as they

turned a corner, flipped and

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Better communication – principal

• By Noah Graham

LYTTELTON Primary School’s

new principal is aiming for

better communication between

the school and community.

Brendan Wright has been at

the school since January but feels

like he is already at home.

Mr Wright’s appointment

followed former principal Diana

Feary’s resignation last year, after

a number of complaints from

parents about management,

communication, teacher morale

and the impact on children’s

education.

Mr Wright said being the new

principal will be challenging,

something he is looking forward

to.

His major goal will be to build

a better relationship between the

school and the community,

“You’ve got such a mixture

of people in the community. A

variety of people with different

jobs and roles,” he said.

The school was “close to

people’s hearts.”

Mr Wright said he is aiming

for the pupils to learn more

about the place they live in, the

environment and the eclectic

nature of Lyttelton.

“There is always challenge with

change and for each school the

challenge is different.”

Before his new role, Mr Wright

was the principal at Hanmer

Springs School for six years

where he saw the school role

increase from 75 pupils to 130.

He said he feels at home in

Lyttelton and the school because

it is a similarly “close-knit”

community like Hanmer Springs

and having a good relationship

between them both is a crucial

part of a school running well.

“There’s been a lot of changes

in education since I started. In

particular, technology is a huge

factor in why it has changed.”

Mr Wright said when he first

started teaching they had an old

computer in the corner of the

room, now the pupils are using

iPads.

His main goal is to ensure

the school is working with the

community and making use of

the place they are living in and

the extraordinary populace.

Mr Wright said pupils had to

be taught to be adaptable and

prepare them for change, rather

than directing pupils in one

direction.

“They are going to have to cope

with change and we have to help

them to continually think about

change.”

However, he said reading,

writing and mathematics are still

the important basics pupils need

to know to go forward.

“(There’s) changes in what

people see the purpose of a

COMMUNITY:

The new

Lyttelton Primary

School principal

Brendan Wright

started at

the school in

January and

is looking to

build a stronger

relationship

between the

school and the

community.

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Repairing damage to the Port Hills

• By Noah Graham

IT WILL take years and

potentially millions of dollars

to rejuvenate the Ohinetahi

Reserve.

More than 83ha of native

plants were lost when the Port

Hills fire raged through the

reserve last month along with

1.3km worth of fencing. Now the

Summit Road Society is looking

for funding to help restore the

reserve.

The society has set up a Givealittle

page, which has raised more

than $5300, to help ease the pressure

of the potential cost, society

president Bill Woods said.

Mr Woods said it would cost

more than $16,500 to repair the

fencing, and hiring a contractor

to re-plant the reserve would cost

more than $8 million, money the

society does not have.

“It’s a staggering amount of

money.”

However, Mr Woods said they

were going to have to be creative

with trying to restore the land by

aerial spraying flax seeds, which

the society has collected, over

the reserve, followed by handplanting

eco-sourced plants

around the perimeter.

It is expected the cost of aerial

spraying followed by hand planting

will cost $50,000, he said.

He said, if the society had the

SCORCHED: More than 80ha of the Ohinetahi Reserve was burnt

in the Port Hills fire last month and it is a race against nature to

try and rejuvenate the land.

perimeter line planted, they

hoped maybe nature would

take over and spread native

seeds into the reserve area to

help rejuvenate the scorched

land.

He said it was also important

for the fence to be repaired

as soon as possible to stop

neighbouring animal stock from

wandering onto the land and

eating the young trees when they

are planted.

Mr Woods said they want to

get a recovery programme under

way quickly before the risk of

erosion and sediment could

affect nearby creeks and the

harbour basin if there is heavy

rainfall.

It was also important to try

and get as much of it done before

winter sets in and before grass

and weeds take hold, making it

difficult for indigenous species to

establish themselves more easily,

he said.

“We’re already losing that race

– there are weeds growing in the

reserve already.”

Mr Woods said it will be a 50-

year project to get the reserve to

how it was before the fire.

The Summit Road Society

was the hardest hit landowner

from the fire, with a huge loss in

native biodiversity in Ohinetahi

Reserve.

Volunteers help replanting

• By Noah Graham

MORE THAN one million flax

seeds have been collected so far

to help rejuvenate the Ohinetahi

Reserve.

Two flax pod de-seeding

meetings have taken place in

the Governors Bay Community

Centre over the past two weeks

to collect flax seeds which will

be spread over the Ohinetahi

Reserve.

Summit Road Society member

and organiser of the deseeding

meetings, Tony Edney,

said more than 20 volunteers

were at each meeting.

“I’ve calculated it to more

than 30,000 seeds collected

per person. They’ve done really

well.”

Mr Edney said it was important

for the society to collect the

seeds as the flax plants could be

the reserve’s lifeline if sprayed

over the area.

He said the plants grow

quickly and don’t burn easily,

but they would need a lot of

seeds because of the low development

rate.

Mr Edney said the flax pods

were collected from neighbouring

areas.

The group needed to start

DEDICATION: Volunteers

have been working hard

collecting and de-seeding

flax pods to help rejuvenate

the Ohinetahi Reserve. The

seeds will be aerial sprayed

over the reserve.

work on the reserve as soon as

possible before weeds took over

the land.

“Right now gorse seeds are

starting to germinate. They’ve

had a good head start. We

don’t want to be a year out,” Mr

Edney said.

He said there would be

more de-seeding meetings this

month.

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Library ready for bookworms

• By Noah Graham

AFTER BEING closed for

earthquake repairs, the library at

Lyttelton has reopened.

The building in Canterbury St,

has been closed for the past 12

months as it underwent repairs,

refurbishment and strengthening

after it suffered earthquake

damage.

However, the library celebrated

its official opening on Monday

morning. It will share premises

with the city council’s Lyttelton

customer service desk.

Lyttelton Community Library

team leader Annette Williams

said the opening had been a

success with about 90 people attending.

She said they had several community

members there including

UPGRADE:

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building in

Lyttelton.

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SLOAN

deputy mayor Andrew Turner,

Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson, National

list MP Nuk Korako and

Banks Peninsula Community

Board members.

“It went very, very well.”

She said pupils from

Lyttelton Primary School were

there and they performed a kapa

haka.

The temporary library served

its purpose, but it was really good

to have their own space back, she

said.

The library had been operating

from a temporary site in Trinity

Hall during the repairs and the

service desk had been using an

EVENT: Working

party members

Jaimee Pham

and Krystal

Coppell,

Lyttelton

Primary School

pupil Orry

Cockburn, 9,

and Deputy

Mayor Andrew

Turner unveil

a refurbished

table from the

original library.

interim building at 15 London

St.

She said they were already

making the most of their new

library with the chance to learn

about robotics through Lego and

Bee-Bots today from 3.30pm and

an augmented reality session on

Friday.

The library and customer service

desk will be available for the

community on Monday to Friday

from 10am-6pm with the library

also open on Saturday from 10am

to 1pm.

Police meeting

with residents

tomorrow

• By Noah Graham

AN ORGANISER of an

online survey about crime in

Lyttelton hopes tomorrow’s

police-prompted community

meeting will not just be a show of

statistics.

A public meeting between

police and the community will

be held at the Lyttelton Primary

School hall at 6pm. It comes after

months of concern from residents

about policing in Lyttelton.

Paul Dietsche, who helped

organise an online survey which

highlighted the community’s dissatisfaction,

is worried the police

will show statistics that say there

has not been an increase in crime.

But he is hopeful the police

will suggest plans on how the

community and police can work

together.

Canterbury area prevention

manager Acting Inspector Paul

Reeves, Senior Sergeant Stephen

McDaniel and Sergeant Dave

Knowles will be at the meeting

to help answer the community’s

questions.

National list MP Nuk Korako

said he will attend. Port Hills MP

Ruth Dyson and Green Party list

MP Eugenie Sage have requested

leave from Parliament to attend.


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Car show

hospital

fundraiser

AKAROA RESIDENTS are

hosting a car show to help

fundraise for the health hub.

The inaugural La Grande Auto

Show Akaroa will be held on Saturday

from 10.30am until 3.30pm,

at the Akaroa Recreation Ground

in a bid to help raise money

for the Akaroa Health Hub: Te

Hauora o Akaroa.

A group decided a car show

would be a good way to help raise

money for the hospital. Archibalds

are sponsoring the event.

The auto show will bring together

many of Canterbury’s top

vehicles and will allow you full

access to view the cars and meet

their owners.

There will be feature race cars

and those from different periods

throughout history.

All funds go directly to the

Akaroa Health Hub’s rebuild.

The Akaroa Hospital was badly

damaged in the September 4,

2010, earthquake and could no

longer be used. Since then the

community has been working

with the Canterbury District

Health Board to raise money to

build a replacement.

•More details, page 19.

$30,000 lifeline for cottage

• By Noah Graham

FERRYMEAD’S COB Cottage

has been given a $30,000 lifeline

to stop it deteriorating.

The money has been fast

tracked after Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Ward councillors Sara

Templeton and

Yani Johanson

(left) argued

it was needed

urgently.

A total of

$300,000 which

was earmarked

for the repair had been deferred

out to 2020/21 in the proposed

draft Annual Plan.

However, Cr Templeton and

Cr Johanson asked for the repair

of the cottage to be brought

forward to 2019.

Cr Templeton said the

extra $30,000 will ensure the

building is secured and help

stop deterioration until 2019

while also contributing to public

consultation and consent

costs.

The historic cottage was significantly

damaged in the 2011

earthquakes and repairs were

put on hold until Ferrymead

Bridge could be fixed.

She said the cottage has been

a marker in the community for

BROKEN: The Ferrymead Cob Cottage suffered significant damage in the February 22, 2011,

earthquake, and is in need of repair.

many years and with the Coastal

Pathway so close, more people

will be able to see how early

pioneers lived in the Ferrymead

area.

The work done to the cottage

will need to be consulted on but

there is no time frame for that

yet, she said.

Christchurch Heritage Trust

chairwoman Dr Anna Crighton

said she was delighted to hear

the plans were brought forward

and the cottage is going to be

repaired.

“I’m very pleased they’re going

to repair it . . . we need reminders

from before the earthquake,

particularly Cob Cottage.”

The cottage was built by James

Penfold in the early 1860s.

Mr Penfold was an employee

for the Ferrymead-Christchurch

railway line and helped in the

construction of Lyttelton Tunnel.

The building has a shingled

roof, wooden casement windows

and a plank door. The house was

rebuilt in the 1940s.

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Reunion celebrates

Danish settler history

ABOUT 70 descendants of

19th-century Danish settler Peter

Sorensen visited sites around

Banks Peninsula recently for a

family reunion.

Descendants met first at

the Greenpark Memorial

Community Centre before

spending the weekend visiting

various Banks Peninsula

locations associated with the

family history.

The reunion culminated with

a get-together at the Akaroa Recreation

Ground.

Mr Sorensen, a carpenter,

and his wife Rasmine made the

journey from Yding, Denmark, to

Lyttelton onboard the Cardigan

Castle in 1873.

Conditions in Denmark were

not good at the time and the

New Zealand Government was

initially recruiting immigrants.

The Sorensens’ children Karen

and Nielsine also made the voyage.

A third child had died of

cholera in London after arriving

there from Denmark and three

other children, Mary, Frederick

and Bodiline were born in New

Zealand.

The family settled, first at

Robinsons Bay, and then in the

GET TOGETHER: About 70 people attended the Sorensen

family reunion. ​

Little River area, and lived there

for many years.

Family members worked at the

Robinsons Bay, Springvale and

Tarawera mills.

The children married into

families in the Banks Peninsula

area and Christchurch, before

dispersing out to various farms

throughout Canterbury and

beyond.

Bodiline Sorensen worked as

a housekeeper for the Rhodes

brothers at Flea Bay before marrying

Greek-born Akaroa launch

operator Demetrius Koinomopolus.

They were better known locally

as Mr and Mrs Dominique.

Mrs Dominique, who lived to

94, was well regarded in Akaroa

for growing fruit trees and selling

the fruit and preserves. The

Dominique’s house at 20 Percy

St still has some of those original

apple and pear trees. She was also

known for her fine embroidery

and her marriage certificate,

which she worked in cross-stitch,

was on show at the Akaroa Museum

over the reunion weekend.

Many of the descendants at the

reunion came from Canterbury,

Otago and Southland. Some also

came from the North Island and

Australia, as well as as far afield

as Wisconsin and Vietnam.

Only one descendant of Mr

Sorensen lives on the peninsula

today, a great, great granddaughter

who lives in Takamatua.

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Your Local Views

Enhancing biodiversity

Linwood-

Central-

Heathcote

Community

Board member

Tim Lindley talks

about the community’s

effort in re-vegetating the

Avon/Heathcote Estuary

and urges people to also

help with the next planned

planting along the Coastal

Pathway

Community effort really does

make a difference. Sometimes

the progress made is so steady

it can be hard to remember how

things were before, but changes

for the better definitely are happening.

A good local example (and

there are many others) is the

partnership between various

community groups and city

council to re-vegetate the south

east Avon/Heathcote Estuary

edge and nearby gullies with

native plants.

Many projects are involved,

including the Charlesworth Reserve,

McCormacks Bay, Drayton

Reserve, Coastal Pathway,

Sumner Dunes and Mahoe-Nui

Bush – and possibly some I don’t

know about yet.

These are important for many

reasons, one being the compelling

evidence that being able to

regularly take time out in nature

is good for mental well-being.

It also represents good stewardship.

In Charlesworth Reserve,

rare black backed gulls have

begun breeding and the godwits

(now heading away for winter)

have found an extension to their

feeding grounds.

For keen walkers, Drayton

Reserve, tucked in between Mt

Pleasant and Balmoral spurs, is

well worth a visit. There are five

entry points. The easiest to find

are from the far end of Basil Pl,

the first bend up Glenstrae Rd

and the end of Avery Pl.

The bush is growing well here

and with a trapping programme

under way, it could even become

noisy with birdlife.

The next planting planned for

the Coastal Pathway is a special

one – the landscaped area opposite

Redcliffs Park.

• By Gary Manch, navigational

safety officer, Lyttelton

QUESTION: What’s the rule

for meeting another boat that’s

travelling head-on towards you?

If you cannot answer this basic

question then, sadly, you’re not

alone. I will give you the answer

to this at the end of my column.

As I’m constantly visiting

boating areas across Canterbury

as Environment Canterbury

navigation safety officer, I often

speak with keen boaties about

the rules. This helps me to figure

out what people do and don’t

know about the Navigation

Safety Bylaw 2016 rules.

As a result of these informal

conversations, I’m very

concerned about the lack of

knowledge among our boating

community about the new bylaw

rules.

At one of the Harbourmaster’s

Office boating safety days.

I chatted to boaties about the

The land form and planting

plan has been carefully designed

by Wraight and Associates so

that people using the pathway

will not frighten birds away from

the estuary edge.

The planting is scheduled

for mid-May. This project

urgently needs community

help. The project leader is

leaving Christchurch in April

and the pathway group is

urgently seeking someone to

take over. To offer help or to

find out more, email info@

christchurchcoastalpathway.org.

nz

new rules and jotted down (in an

informal survey) what people did

and didn’t know. On one particular

occasion I spoke with 133

people and asked 11 of the same

basic questions about the rules.

What surprised me the most

was that about 75 per cent of

Community to engage

with police at meeting

National list

MP Nuk Korako

talks about the

importance of

open dialogue

between the

community

and police and how crucial

tomorrow’s police meeting

will be

Lyttelton is known for many

things – stunning natural beauty,

a rich history, a key position as

host to Canterbury’s port, and a

close-knit community spirit.

It is when communities are

challenged that we really see that

community spirit come to the

fore. The big challenge that Lyttelton

is facing now is the spate of

crime – particularly burglary –

which residents have been telling

me about for several months.

We all want to feel safe in our

homes and it’s awful to know

that there are people in our

community who are threatening

the security of our homes and

vehicles – whether these are fellow

members of the community

or opportunists who have come

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with the community directly.

The community meeting, taking

place at Lyttelton Primary School

at 6pm tomorrow, will be an opportunity

for dialogue between

police and the community.

It will be valuable for the community

to hear first-hand what

the crime statistics are in Lyttelton,

and find out more about

the work police are doing. But it

will also be a chance for members

of the community to have their

say, and let police know what they

have experienced and how they

feel they could be better served.

Looking into the future, I do

think Lyttelton should expect to

benefit from the National Government’s

recent announcement

of a Safer Communities package,

including 880 new sworn police

officers. The extra police staff

will be distributed where New

Zealand Police believe the greatest

need is. I think Lyttelton is

a prime candidate, and I will be

communicating that to our police

leadership in Canterbury.

When it comes to deciding on

the distribution of these extra

resources, it can only be a positive

thing for Lyttelton that we are

now opening a dialogue between

the community and the police

who serve them.

A lesson for boaties on how to stay safe on the water

Pirate’s Corner

the boaties I spoke with had not

actually read the bylaw. If this is

representative of our boaties, it’s

a bit scary. The bylaw rules define

what you can and cannot do

in waterways in the Canterbury

region.

What is the speed limit of

vessels within 200m of the shore

or structure, or within 50m of a

swimmer or another vessel? This

is another question that caught a

lot of people out. While the rule

is five knots, a lot of people said

either eight or 10 knots.

When I discussed the wearing

of life jackets with people, the

majority said they wore life jackets

when on the water without

fail. However, many admitted

they hadn’t checked their life

jackets to ensure they were safe.

Life jackets must be checked

regularly for wear, that they inflate

correctly and are safe. If you

do not know how to have your

life jacket checked, email me at

gary.manch@ecan.govt.nz and I

will send you the information.

Before I sign off, here’s the

answer to the question I asked at

the start of my column: When

two boats are approaching headon

to each other they must pass

port to port (left side to left side)

both must alter their course to

starboard (turn to the right) to

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Sick bed to City2Surf

TURNAROUND: Leanne Crawford has put poor

health behind her and is looking forward to the

City2Surf.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

• By Gabrielle Stuart

JUST A year ago, Leanne Crawford could

barely walk, had lost 30kg, was constantly

sick, and had to put both her work and her

wedding on hold – and she had no idea what

was going wrong.

On Sunday she will take on the 14km The

Star City2Surf with Mike Pero Real Estate

event, which she will walk, and she won’t

be doing it alone.

Her partner, friends and many of the

nurses who helped her get on her feet

again plan to do the walk beside her –

41 people in total – raising money to

help others with the same condition

get treatment.

The 30-year-old began feeling sick

in 2014, but initially doctors did not

know what was wrong.

It took almost two years for her to

be diagnosed and find a treatment,

because she was facing a complex

mix of parasites in her intestines,

crohn’s disease and endometriosis.

For much of that time she couldn’t

work, and she had to postpone her

wedding three times.

“It was like my life was turned

upside down. It was really, really

frightening just not knowing what

was going on,” she said.

After a Christchurch gastroenterology

specialist, Steven Ding, diagnosed

her problems, she has made a

gradual recovery.

But she said it was only possible because

of the help she received, and the diagnosis

tools provided by the Canterbury Bowel and

Liver Trust.

“The things that finally got me well cost a

lot of money, so I wanted to give something

back,” she said.

She has already raised almost $1500

through people sponsoring her run.

She said she had never done anything like

the City2Surf before, and after being sick

for so long being able to cross the finish line

would feel like a giant victory.

“I’m sure there will be tears,” she said.

“I finally feel like I’ve got my life back. I

can’t go for drinks or dinner like normal,

but I am still able to work, which is amazing.”

She works for Bupa as an activity organiser,

and said they held her job for her, in

spite of the fact she was off work for three

months.

She has also rescheduled her wedding, and

plans to marry her partner of eight years,

Craig Corboy, this December.

“I’m determined I’m going to get down the

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News

Learn more about wetlands

with interactive questions

• By Noah Graham

THE AVON-Heathcote Estuary

Ihutai Trust is using a new way

to get people wandering around

the Charlesworth Wetland

Reserve track.

The trust is trialling a questionnaire

about the reserve’s

local flora for the community to

answer as they stroll around the

Wetland Edge Walk.

Trust co-ordinator Tanya

Jenkins said people will have to

locate signs around the reserve

which correlate to 20 questions

inside a pamphlet about a particular

plant within the reserve.

She said it appealed to people

both young and old.

“It is absolutely fun . . . Who

doesn’t want to be a detective?”

Mrs Jenkins said it was a great

way for the community to enjoy

a 30-minute walk, while also

learning something new about

the place they live in.

She said there are a range of

questions which help people

understand how certain plants

are cared for or why they look

the way they do.

The questionnaire is the first

of its sort in Christchurch tracks,

she said.

Mrs Jenkins said walking

tracks in the North Island had

started using an interactive element

to their walks which had

worked “really well,” so it was

about time Canterbury gave it

a go.

She said a family had trialled

the questionnaire and loved it.

“The parents enjoyed the trail

CHALLENGE:

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and Martin

Carson with

son Josh, 10,

and daughter

Ashlyn, 8,

trial the new

questionnaire

at the

Charlesworth

Wetland

Reserve.

as much as the children. The

discussions after each question

by all four of them was fabulous

to see.”

The map and quiz are placed

in a waterproof display holder in

the reserve car park on Charlesworth

St.

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Year 8 student leaders Lucy

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Frances Dougherty organised the

day and divided the school into

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had to wear outfits representing

either the United States, Brazil or

Ireland.

The pupils were asked to

donate a gold coin and played a

“fun-style of Olympics,” which

included a variety of team sports

in the afternoon, all to raise

money for the year 7 and 8 camp

later next month, principal John

Kane said.

He said it was a wonderful

day for the school to celebrate

cultural diversity.

SCHOOLS

INITIATIVE: Lucy Walker (left), Rio Simpson and Frances

Dougherty organised the school’s cultural day.

Pupils in international colours

“We have many nationalities

represented at our school and it

was a colourful way for the children

to recognise that diversity.”

Mr Kane said more than $200

was collected and it was one of

several activities to fundraise for

the trip.

“Our student leaders did a

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Young Sumner athletes excel

SPORTS

• By Noah Graham

SUMNER RUNNING Club

athletes broke records and won

several medals at the Canterbury

children’s championships in

Timaru.

Junior club captain Ann Wells

said it was a fantastic event at

Aorangi Stadium with excellent

conditions.

She said the athletes beat a lot

of the club’s records while also

nabbing a few top spots.

The club did exceptionally well

this year because it had a smaller

contingency of athletes and

produced a number of top-three

performances within the various

age groups, she said.

“It was fantastic, they all did so

well.”

She said the top performers

were Luca Tracey, Caleb Sutter

and Tim Ward.

The grade 14 boys’ relay team,

made up of Tim, Caleb, Luca

and John Wells, narrowly missed

out on a top three placing and

breaking the club record, she

said.

Results – Sumner athletes

Luca Tracey (B11) – 1st

100m/3rd 200m /1st long

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Caleb Sutter – (B11)

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Jonah Cropp – (B11) 1st

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Maddie Sharpe (G11) – 3rd

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Beth Hunter (G13) – 2nd

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John Wells (B13) – 3rd 80m

hurdles (record)

Tim Ward (B14) – 3rd

100m (record)/3rd 200m

(record)/3rd

MARK: Beth Hunter broke two of the club’s

records after she placed second in the girls’

grade 13 high jump and third in the 400m race.

WELL DONE: Luca Tracey was one of the best athletes

competing in Timaru last weekend as he finished first in the

Canterbury Children’s Championships 2017 boys’ grade 11

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Christchurch Hearing

and Audiology Clinics

Lyttelton locals will now benefit from

regular hearing and audiology clinics being

held at Lyttelton Health Centre on Oxford

Street. Sincock & Till Audiology are the

Christchurch hearing specialists and saw

the need for a clinic in the port town. “We

have customers travel to us from Lyttelton

and with no full-time hearing clinic for

the area, it made perfect sense to make a

regular and ongoing commitment to the

area,” says Carolyn Till.

Full audiology services will be on offer

including hearing aid sales, adjustments to

existing hearing aids, diagnostic hearing

tests and wax removal. Sincock & Till

specialise in ACC for hearing loss resulting

from noise exposure. ACC offer generous

subsides for hearing aids when the loss is

caused by damage resulting from noisy

employment or recreational activities,

something that is common given the

industry of Lyttelton. “We have a good

relationship with ACC and significant

experience with helping customers through

the ACC process,” says Carolyn. “We are

fortunate in New Zealand to have access to

this funding but the key is to get a diagnosis

of a noise related loss prior to age related

hearing loss being more predominant.”

Locals who visit the Lyttelton clinic will

always have access to the Christchurch city

clinic on Barbadoes Street.

“Hearing is valuable and our message is

that “a conversation costs nothing,” says

Carolyn. “Make an appointment, talk to us

about your hearing and we will do what we

do!” “We are highly experienced and offer

a more personal approach to audiology

and hearing healthcare. We pride ourselves

on being locally owned, affordable and

independent of the large internationally

owned companies and we aim to deliver a

better level of service. What is important

to customers with hearing aids is seeing

the same person every time and trusting

that person to genuinely care about their

hearing. Hearing aids only take you so far,

choosing the right audiologist is as, if not

more important. We often have people

switch to us for that reason. We don’t need

to be the ones who fitted your hearing aids

to be the people that care for your hearing

in years to come.”

Anyone can visit the new hearing clinic,

even if you already have hearing aids

and want a more local and convenient

provider. Contact Sincock and Till

Audiology on 03 385 6036.

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Email noah.graham@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Create ‘n’ Connect

Tomorrow, 9.30am-noon

The Create ‘n’ Connect Art

and Craft group welcomes you

to come and enjoy creativity,

company and inspiration. Bring

your own project or we can help

you with something new. Call

Beth for more information on

022 678 1252

St Andrew’s Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Diamond Harbour Twilight

Fair

Friday, 4.30-8.30pm

Come along and enjoy some

fun for the whole family. Eat

from the delicious food stalls

while you enjoy live music.

Challenge yourself with our

fun games and peruse the

community stalls which sell

a variety of items. Join in the

sealed bid auction to bag yourself

one of the amazing packages on

offer. Coming from town? That’s

no problem – catch the ferry

from Lyttelton and make use

of the shuttle bus to and from

the school for just a gold coin

donation.

Diamond Harbour School, 13

Hunters Rd

Governors Bay Fete

Sunday, 10.30am-2.30pm

Come along for a great family

day out with some fun stalls,

bouncy castle, grass sledging,

and more. The local Fire Brigade

will provide a fun and interactive

display. The fete aims to raise

money for the local community.

June Burney will also provide

some wonderful entertainment

with her beautiful singing. The

cost will be a donation at the gate

to help raise community funds.

For details on running a stall or

any other queries, get in touch

with Annabelle on 027 222 4604

or email firedragon1309@yahoo.

co.nz

Allandale Domain, Bamfords

Rd, Allandale, Banks Peninsula

U3A Pegasus Meeting

Monday, 10am

Retirement coming up or are

you already semi-retired? If

yes, then U3A could be for you.

U3A, the University of the Third

Age, is a great way to meet new

people. At its next meeting on

Monday, Dr Richard Bullen, head

of Art History and Theory at the

University of Canterbury will

speak about the Canterbury-born

writer, educator, social reformer

and political activist Rewi Alley.

For further information, call Pat

Whitman on 384 3475 or Andy

Blaikie on 389 0841

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd

Learn to Sail. Every Saturday, from 9.30am to 5pm, children and adults of all ages can take

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La Grande Auto Show Akaroa

Saturday, 10.30am-3.30pm

The inaugural La Grande Auto

Show Akaroa has been brought

to life by a passionate group of

local residents to raise funds

for the replacement the Akaroa

health hub, which is to be built

on the original site on Onuku

Rd. This will replace the old

hospital which was damaged

in the earthquakes. The auto

show will bring together many

of Canterbury’s top cars and

will allow you full access to view

the cars and meet their owners.

All funds will go directly to

the Akaroa health hub. The

cost will be – single person, $5,

family pass (two adults and three

children), $10, exhibiting car,

$30.

Akaroa Recreation Ground,

Rue Lavaud, Akaroa

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12.30pm. Atrium of the Mt

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Mt Pleasant Farmers’ Market:

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Lyttelton Farmers’ Market:

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REAL ESTATE

Llama lookout…on top of the world

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Deadline Sale: All offers by 5pm 31 March 2017 (unless sold prior)

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 10 hectares land (approx.) | ID # 3964

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Properties such as these very rarely come

to the market. This is a magical setting in

one of the most desirable locations within

Governors Bay.

Nestled on 10 hectares (approx.) of mixed

contour land between the hills and the sea,

this impressive 320m2 home boasts endless

enviable features. The house itself consists

of 4 dble bedrooms (main with en-suite)

expansive open plan kitchen and dining,

and large separate lounge with feature gas

fireplace. With living and sleeping over two

separate wings there is plenty of space for

the whole family. Endless private decking

with spa pool and flat, sheltered lawn areas

give plenty of options to lose yourself in the

tranquil environment and stunning views.

The original garage has been turned into

a 2 dble bedroom, fully self-contained

flat, and there is also a large original barn

behind the house. Both are un-consented.

Governors Bay is a very desirable and

popular Banks Peninsula suburb just 15

minutes’ drive from Christchurch city.

With a local primary school, café and pub

there is an excellent community feel here.

Llama Lookout is an extremely unique,

iconic and quirky property, with countless

options for the astute buyer to explore.

There is plenty of scope here to develop

gardens and put your own mark on the

house, or simply move in and enjoy the

peaceful, laid back lifestyle so close to the

city; yet a world away.

Deadline Sale: All Offers by 5pm 31

March 2017 (Unless sold prior).

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phone 328 7273 or 027 631 1570 or Min

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ARE YOU UP FOR IT?

March 19

Under 10’s free

Enter now at Pak’NSave | New World

The Athlete’s Foot | YMCA

or online at city2surf.co.nz

A Star Media Event


ENTRY

ENTRY

You choose your distance: 14km, 9am start or 6km, 10am start

76

OPAWA

74

Colombo Street

SPREYDON

76

74A

Ferry Road

Wilsons Road

H 2 0

6KM START

Hansens

Park

H 2 0

Grange Street

Barrington Street

14KM START

FERRYMEAD

Centennial

Park

CASHMERE

Port Hills Road

76

FINISH

Ferrymead

Playing

Fields

H 2 0

H 2 0

Water

Toilets

74

Pioneer Stadium

Hawford Rd

ENTRY

CENTENNIAL

PARK

Lyttelton Street

14km

Site Map

First Aid

Free Sunscreen

6km

Site

Map

P

P

ENTRY

Butler Stt

HANSEN

PARk

YMCA

Warm Up

STAGE

Aynsley Tce

6km

runners

Grange St

STAGE

YMCA

Warm Up

P

Participants

assemble here

WALKERS

JOGGERS

RUNNERS

Rose Street

START

Cashmere View

STAGE

Toilets

Clothing Drop Off

Late Registrations

7am-9am

8am-9am YMCA warm

up & entertainment

Start Line, 9am start

P

Participants

assemble here

WALkERS

JOGGERS

RUNNERS

START

14km runners

Heathcote River

STAGE

First Aid

Free Sunscreen

Toilets

Clothing Drop Off

8.30-10am

Late Registrations

8.30am-10am

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

T-Shirt $35 Singlet $30

Children’s T-shirt $30

Front

Christchurch 2017

Moving with you for 43 years

Available online now or at The Athlete’s Foot

Riccarton and Northlands.

Back

Westfield & Northlands

Proud to support

Child

Prize

Corporate

Prize

School

Prize

Family

Prize

Spot

Prizes

Sunday

19th

March

30


March 19 $25

Enter now at Pak’NSave | New World | The Athlete’s Foot | YMCA or online at city2surf.co.nz

March 19

Be in to win return flights for two to any

Singapore Airlines destination in the UK

or Europe, thanks to Singapore Airlines

Prize announced at mid-day Sunday 19 March.

1

You must be wearing your City2Surf

registration sticker to SINGAPORE be eligible AIRLINES

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