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• By Caitlin Miles<br />

THE NEED for redundancies and<br />

reduced hours to keep the Lyttelton<br />

Community House Trust operational<br />

has upset staff.<br />

Due to a lack of funding, the trust,<br />

located at 7 Dublin St in Lyttelton,<br />

has had to cut two staff members and<br />

reduce its hours to keep running.<br />

Former trust chairman Gary<br />

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news for the trust.<br />

“A lot of people put work into it,<br />

funding is a big issue . . . it’s terrible,”<br />

Mr Manch said.<br />

He stepped down as chairman last<br />

week.<br />

He said being the chairman was a<br />

hard job, and constantly worrying<br />

about funding was stressful.<br />

The trust’s office faced complete<br />

closure, but by reducing hours and<br />

cutting staff it has managed to remain<br />

open, although it wasn’t an easy<br />

decision to make.<br />

Mr Manch said he had received<br />

feedback from members of the<br />

community who were disappointed<br />

to hear about the reduced hours, but<br />

he said people had not helped to keep<br />

the service running.<br />

“Non-government funded<br />

organisations really rely on funding,<br />

you have to pay the rent, running<br />

the kitchen, staff and all of that,” he<br />

said.<br />

Trust staff will be working to ensure<br />

people using the service still get<br />

the support they need, meals for the<br />

elderly and vulnerable will continue<br />

and a trained social worker will still<br />

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PAGE 2 BAY HARBOUR Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi<br />

Wednesday <strong>March</strong> <strong>29</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

FROM<br />

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SOME SAD news on the front<br />

page this week. A well-known<br />

community service has cut staff<br />

and been forced to reduce its<br />

hours due to a lack of funding.<br />

It’s crucial these organisations<br />

get funding to be able to<br />

continue offering support and<br />

services within the community.<br />

On a positive note, the community<br />

has embraced hunting<br />

out red volcanic rock to resurface<br />

retaining walls in Lyttelton.<br />

On page 5, the city council<br />

had an overwhelming response<br />

from the community, collecting<br />

more rocks than initially<br />

needed.<br />

If you still have some of the<br />

red rock on your property, let<br />

the city council know.<br />

The Ferrymead <strong>Bay</strong>s under-17<br />

team suffered a loss via penalty<br />

shoot out at one of the country’s<br />

top youth football tournaments.<br />

Get all the details on page 10.<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 3<br />

News<br />

Cave could be closed<br />

• By Caitlin Miles<br />

MONCKS CAVE in Redcliffs<br />

could be permanently fenced off<br />

from the public.<br />

The city council is proposing<br />

safety fencing around the cave<br />

and landscaping enhancements<br />

in the reserve around the cave<br />

but the possibility of permanent<br />

closure has some residents<br />

concerned.<br />

The cave, in Moncks Cave<br />

Reserve on the corner of Main<br />

Rd and Cave Tce in Redcliffs<br />

has been closed from the public<br />

since the February 22, 2011,<br />

earthquake due to risk of collapse<br />

or rock fall.<br />

Redcliffs Residents’ Association<br />

secretary Pat McIntosh said<br />

the cave is significant for the<br />

area and she wanted more information<br />

on its stability before<br />

a decision was made to fence it<br />

off.<br />

Moncks Cave is of cultural<br />

significance on account of the<br />

collection of taonga (treasure)<br />

Maori discovered there in 1889.<br />

City council staff have<br />

planned a meeting with interested<br />

parties tonight at 5.30pm<br />

to discuss what the city council<br />

is proposing to do to the cave<br />

and surrounding area.<br />

OVERGROWN: The city<br />

council is considering<br />

landscaping options at<br />

Moncks Cave Reserve as<br />

well as shutting the cave off<br />

from the public.<br />

Dr McIntosh said she hopes<br />

the landscaping will be done<br />

in the reserve but she wanted<br />

more information on why the<br />

cave should be fenced off before<br />

the city council makes a decision.​<br />

“If it needs to be fenced off<br />

for safety then that’s fine, but if<br />

not then make it avaliable to the<br />

public,” Dr McIntosh said.<br />

City council staff have<br />

planned a meeting with interested<br />

parties tonight at 5.30pm<br />

to discuss what could happen to<br />

the cave.<br />

In Brief<br />

TOY LIBRARY GETS GRANT<br />

THe Little River Toy Library has<br />

been given a grant towards lining<br />

and putting insulation throughout<br />

the building. The Banks Peninsula<br />

Community approved a grant of<br />

$1500 to the Royal New Zealand<br />

Plunket Society Canterbury Area<br />

to help cover the costs of work on<br />

the building in Okuti Valley.<br />

SWIMMING FUNDS<br />

Duvauchelle School has been<br />

granted funding to continue<br />

providing swimming lessons<br />

for the children. The Banks<br />

Peninsula Community Board<br />

approved $1500 worth of funding<br />

to the school’s board of trustees<br />

towards swimming and water<br />

safety lessons for pupils and to<br />

contribute to its upkeep. The<br />

community also uses the pool.<br />

REPAIR REQUEST<br />

The Banks Peninsula Community<br />

Board has requested city council<br />

staff look into repairing the<br />

memorial at Britomart Reserve at<br />

Greens Point in Takapuneke. The<br />

monument was created in 1898 to<br />

commemorate Queen Victoria’s<br />

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PAGE 4 BAY HARBOUR Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi<br />

Wednesday <strong>March</strong> <strong>29</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

News<br />

Pool numbers down due to<br />

community access scheme<br />

THE NUMBER of people using<br />

Norman Kirk Memorial Pool<br />

has been significantly lower than<br />

expected this summer season.<br />

The city council expected 8885<br />

people to use the pool, instead the<br />

number recorded was 7517 – 1368<br />

less than expected.<br />

City council staff said the<br />

introduction of a trial where<br />

locals can apply for a season key<br />

pass has made the recording of<br />

exact numbers difficult.<br />

However, the local community<br />

has benefited from a longer<br />

opening season, which is the<br />

main goal of the new system.<br />

Key holders were able to access<br />

the pool seven days a week<br />

between 7am and 8pm.<br />

It came after residents asked for<br />

greater flexibility for community<br />

access, as they felt the opening<br />

hours of noon to 7pm weren’t<br />

long enough.<br />

Volunteers were given lifeguard<br />

training so they are able to<br />

patrol the pool for special public<br />

events and school swimming<br />

programmes outside of the<br />

opening hours.<br />

While the numbers at Norman<br />

Kirk Memorial Pool were lower<br />

TAKING A DIP: Deputy Mayor Andrew Turner (left) with Richard<br />

Homer and his daughters, Bronwyn, 8, and Caitlin, 11. ​<br />

than expected, throughout the<br />

city the number of visitors to<br />

city council-operated pools was<br />

up more than 13,000 from the<br />

2015/2016 season.<br />

City council operations leader<br />

Rob Gibbs says the higher<br />

numbers are great to see.<br />

“This summer, we held more<br />

organised pool parties, and the<br />

decision to make opening hours<br />

consistent across all outdoor<br />

pools has made for a more<br />

enjoyable experience,” he said.<br />

The outdoor pools at the<br />

Waltham Swimming Pool, Te<br />

Hapua Halswell Aquatic Centre<br />

and Jellie Park Recreation and<br />

Sports Centre will also close on<br />

Sunday.<br />

Paddling pools in local parks<br />

close on Sunday, April 2.<br />

FREEDOM CAMPING is still<br />

causing issues in Lyttelton, with<br />

15 infringement notices issued<br />

this month alone.<br />

All of the notices were issued<br />

at Naval Point for camping in a<br />

prohibited area.<br />

They were issued to campers<br />

for breaking the restrictions put<br />

in place by the city council and<br />

consisted of a $200 fine.<br />

The city council cracked<br />

down on freedom camping<br />

across the city last summer<br />

following public outcry over<br />

the amount of rubbish left by<br />

campers and the unsanitary<br />

conditions.<br />

Several areas across Banks<br />

Peninsula and the city banned<br />

freedom camping, while other<br />

areas restricted freedom camping<br />

to fully self-contained units<br />

NO MORE:<br />

The city<br />

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freedom<br />

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fines to<br />

those<br />

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Freedom campers fined<br />

which are only able to stay two<br />

nights over 30 days.<br />

Lyttelton Community Association<br />

chairman Ken Maynard<br />

said it had been “noticed” but<br />

the real problem was with the<br />

lack of available sites for campers<br />

“There are insufficient sites<br />

for campers to go,” Mr Maynard<br />

said.<br />

He said if there were more<br />

sites allocated to freedom<br />

camping it might not be such a<br />

problem.<br />

City council staff have also<br />

been enforcing the freedom<br />

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No fines were issued during<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 5<br />

Red rock donations surpass<br />

city council expectations<br />

LYTTELTON residents have<br />

been on the hunt for red rock to<br />

help resurface heritage retaining<br />

walls.<br />

Earlier this year, the Great<br />

Lyttelton Red Rock Hunt was<br />

launched, in which people were<br />

asked to look through their<br />

gardens and sections for any<br />

spare pieces of rock so work on<br />

the wall could be finished.<br />

Contractors were working<br />

to reface the retaining wall on<br />

the corner of Coleride Tce and<br />

Dublin St, but noticed they were<br />

quickly running out of the red<br />

volcanic rock.<br />

City council project manager<br />

Richard Humm said the<br />

response from the community<br />

had been fantastic, with donations<br />

coming from a range of<br />

people and institutions, including<br />

Lyttelton’s Anglican church<br />

and Lyttelton School.<br />

The contractors need 389 sq<br />

m of red rock to restore the wall.<br />

They’re after pieces that are<br />

about the size of a loaf of bread<br />

or bigger.<br />

Enough rock has now been<br />

gathered to not only finish<br />

work on the Coleridge Tce and<br />

Dublin St retaining wall, but<br />

I SEE RED: The city council has collected a large amount of<br />

red rock donated to reface Lyttelton’s retaining walls. ​<br />

to also reface some of the other<br />

retaining walls in Lyttelton.<br />

The walls are a distinctive<br />

part of Lyttelton’s streetscape<br />

and many of them were built in<br />

the mid-19th century by the inmates<br />

at Lyttelton Gaol. During<br />

the earthquakes, many of the<br />

walls collapsed or were so badly<br />

damaged that they needed to be<br />

deconstructed.<br />

Refacing all the damaged<br />

walls is an expensive task and<br />

not all of them can be done.<br />

However, key walls around the<br />

township are being refaced using<br />

salvaged rocks.<br />

“We’ve still to collect some<br />

of the rock that people have offered<br />

us so it is difficult to quantify<br />

exactly how much we’ve<br />

recovered but it is a significant<br />

amount,’’ Mr Humm said.<br />

With the amount of rock the<br />

community has collected, the<br />

high priority walls can be completed<br />

and contractors will be<br />

able to use red rock on the next<br />

priority walls.<br />

“This is great news for the<br />

heritage listed walls and for the<br />

community of Lyttelton,” he<br />

said.<br />

Mr Humm said he still wants<br />

to hear from anyone who has<br />

surplus red rock to donate, as<br />

there was no shortage of walls<br />

it could be used on. People with<br />

spare rock should email richard.<br />

humm@ccc.govt.nz<br />

Lack of<br />

funds leads<br />

to job cuts<br />

•From page 1<br />

The trust was established in<br />

2008 and was instrumental to<br />

the community following the<br />

February 22, 2011, earthquake,<br />

offering support and help for<br />

those in need.<br />

Lyttelton Youth Centre<br />

stopped operating its premises<br />

last week, it has combined with<br />

Lyttelton Community House<br />

Trust.<br />

The centre has also faced<br />

funding shortfalls and could not<br />

afford to run at its premises any<br />

more.<br />

It was set up to help young<br />

people in the area by giving them<br />

a place to hang out and offer support<br />

if they needed it.<br />

The funding shortfall has<br />

meant the centre has to close and<br />

combine the services with the<br />

trust.<br />

Mr Manch said it would be<br />

good to increase the hours in<br />

the future but there needs to be<br />

enough funding to be able to do<br />

that.<br />

“There is no point getting<br />

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Wednesday <strong>March</strong> <strong>29</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

A BRANCH OF<br />

Your Local Views<br />

Police expected to do more with less<br />

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Labour<br />

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and<br />

encouraging residents<br />

to get involved in the<br />

community patrol<br />

A lot of people in our<br />

communities grew up in an<br />

era where you could leave your<br />

house open when you went out<br />

and when you came home, it<br />

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The local cop knew everyone<br />

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and respect in our communities.<br />

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recently – and of course, it<br />

takes off now on social media<br />

– about the lack of presence<br />

of police and the increase in<br />

crime.<br />

It might be what official statistics<br />

describe as “lower level<br />

crime” but if you have had stuff<br />

stolen from your car or your<br />

car itself stolen, if your home<br />

has been burgled or if your<br />

fence has been tagged – these<br />

intrusions into your life can be<br />

pretty disturbing.<br />

We know that the police<br />

are now being expected to do<br />

far more with less. The Lyttelton<br />

station which covers all<br />

the <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News area,<br />

had, in 2010, 12 staff. This<br />

number included a detective,<br />

an investigator and a watch<br />

house keeper. The rest were<br />

uniformed staff.<br />

They now have just five plus<br />

the sergeant. They also had<br />

staff based at the Sumner police<br />

station which hasn’t been used<br />

by the police for several years<br />

now. So the police presence is<br />

just not there as it used to be.<br />

Two things that were obvious<br />

from the recent community<br />

police meeting in Lyttelton.<br />

One was that people really<br />

appreciated the work the police<br />

do – and the fact they engaged<br />

RESPECT:<br />

A meeting<br />

between<br />

police and the<br />

community was<br />

held recently to<br />

cover concerns<br />

and provide<br />

information as<br />

to how police<br />

operate in the<br />

area.<br />

at the meeting. The main<br />

thing that people wanted was<br />

to see the police around their<br />

area – and to know they are<br />

there when we need them.<br />

And from the police was the<br />

news that there is a “spare”<br />

community patrol car available<br />

for Lyttelton area. It just needs<br />

volunteers trained and keen to<br />

do the work.<br />

Lyttelton is always up for a<br />

challenge and I am sure it will<br />

be for this one.<br />

• To find out more or to<br />

join the City to Sumner<br />

Community Patrol email<br />

christiealoc@xtra.co.nz<br />

•More local views, p8


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Wednesday <strong>March</strong> <strong>29</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

Your Local Views<br />

Pirate’s Corner<br />

Look out for<br />

navigation markers<br />

• By Gary Manch, navigational<br />

safety officer, Lyttelton<br />

TODAY WE are going to discuss<br />

some of the various navigation<br />

markers and posts on the water<br />

or onshore which all skippers<br />

should know about.<br />

For those of you who have<br />

completed a skipper’s day course<br />

or similar (I suggest that you do<br />

a course if you haven’t already<br />

contact your local Coastguard)<br />

then you may want to carry on to<br />

the next page, but you may also<br />

want a reminder.<br />

Water ski access lanes are<br />

marked by orange and black<br />

posts with information signs<br />

attached. Sometimes there may<br />

be orange and black buoys in the<br />

water as well these will indicate<br />

the area of the access lane.<br />

The purpose of the access lanes<br />

is to allow a boat which is towing<br />

a water-skier or biscuit to exceed<br />

the five-knot speed limit within<br />

200m of shore. In the access<br />

lane area you go anticlockwise<br />

so you leave the shore from the<br />

starboard (right) side and reenter<br />

from the port side (left).<br />

The access lanes are not for<br />

other water-users to hoon around<br />

in. Jet-skiers, for example, trying<br />

to use the lane for recreation<br />

could cause problems for boaties<br />

trying to get in and out of the<br />

access lane with their waterskiers<br />

or biscuits.<br />

Any vessel that is towing<br />

must have an observer who is<br />

at least 10-years-old watching.<br />

The observer can watch what is<br />

happening behind the boat and<br />

alert the skipper to any dangers.<br />

This rule includes those of you<br />

out there on jet skis that are<br />

towing; no exceptions!<br />

What about those black and<br />

white posts or buoys marking<br />

a reserved or restricted area?<br />

This is where you have a look<br />

at the Navigation Safety Bylaw:<br />

https://ecan.govt.nz/do-itonline/harbourmasters-office/<br />

recreational-boating/. The charts<br />

in the bylaw will clearly show<br />

what activity may take place<br />

there.<br />

The yellow buoys in the water<br />

with five knots written on them<br />

– they indicate a five-knot speed<br />

limit. It seems very simple, but as<br />

the harbourmaster’s navigation<br />

safety officer I see many people<br />

exceeding this limit. Speed limits<br />

are put in place to keep you and<br />

other water users safe; they must<br />

be followed!<br />

As usual, if you have any<br />

questions feel free to email me at<br />

gary.manch@ecan.govt.nz.<br />

The importance of listening<br />

to the community voice<br />

Darrell Latham<br />

is a Linwood-<br />

Central-<br />

Heathcote<br />

Community<br />

Board<br />

member. He<br />

writes about dredging in<br />

Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong> and the<br />

importance of including the<br />

community’s involvement<br />

The number one priority of<br />

community board members is to<br />

represent and act as advocates for<br />

the interests of its community at<br />

a city council level.<br />

Why then did the city council<br />

recently shut down the Banks<br />

Peninsula Community Board<br />

over a concern raised by the<br />

community board?<br />

The city council owned<br />

Lyttelton Port Company is in the<br />

process of applying for dredging<br />

consent to allow larger ships<br />

into the harbour. Both the city<br />

council and the Banks Peninsula<br />

Community Board were invited<br />

to make submissions on the<br />

proposal. Neither ended up<br />

doing so.<br />

The Banks Peninsula<br />

Community Board wanted<br />

to make a submission about<br />

sediment transfer and possible<br />

environmental impacts on<br />

Lyttelton harbour. Why did<br />

the city council block their<br />

submission?<br />

Is there a conflict of interest<br />

here in that the city council<br />

owns the port? The city council<br />

were in boots and all to make<br />

a submission about concerns<br />

relating to offshore petroleum<br />

drilling. Not so, when it affects<br />

their own Port Company.<br />

The city council argues that<br />

community boards could not<br />

submit on notified resource<br />

management act matters where<br />

the city council was the decisionmaker<br />

on the application. They<br />

also said that it would not affect<br />

its direct interest.<br />

As a colleague rightly<br />

reminded me: “Adverse<br />

environmental effects occur close<br />

to the site and are therefore local,<br />

therefore relevant to community<br />

boards.”<br />

Is the city council saying that<br />

the harbour and coastline line<br />

are not of interest to them? Ask<br />

the ratepayers!<br />

I support the Lyttelton Port<br />

Company in its development<br />

proposal. The economic benefits<br />

to the city and the wider<br />

Canterbury region will be<br />

positive.<br />

Nonetheless, the democratic<br />

process is an ideal principle to<br />

uphold and transparency is vital.<br />

The city council failed in its duty<br />

to listen to the Banks Peninsula<br />

Community Board and stymied<br />

the submission process.<br />

The community board deserve<br />

acknowledgement and credit for<br />

advocating on behalf of their<br />

local community.<br />

The city council, however,<br />

deserve to be scolded as they<br />

were more interested in trying to<br />

do things right for themselves,<br />

rather than doing the right thing<br />

for the community.<br />

The city council has<br />

responded to Darrell<br />

Latham’s views on dredging<br />

in the Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

• City council staff provided<br />

advice to the Banks Peninsula<br />

Community Board following<br />

their resolution to ask the city<br />

council to prepare a submission<br />

on the resource consent<br />

application, including a request<br />

to engage appropriate experts<br />

to consider the environmental<br />

impacts of the dredging<br />

proposal. That advice outlined<br />

the city council’s policy around<br />

lodging a submission and noted<br />

that city council staff are careful<br />

PLAN: A<br />

plan to allow<br />

dredging in<br />

the harbour to<br />

allow access<br />

for larger<br />

ships has<br />

been met with<br />

opposition.<br />

not to duplicate the work being<br />

done by another local authority,<br />

in this case Environment<br />

Canterbury. Following that<br />

advice the Banks Peninsula<br />

Community Board decided to<br />

revoke their earlier resolution.<br />

• The distinguishing features<br />

here are that there is no<br />

opportunity for the general<br />

public to make submissions<br />

on the block offers and the city<br />

council has a particular interest<br />

given the proximity to Banks<br />

Peninsula and the marine<br />

reserve.<br />

• The city council is not<br />

the decision maker here. It is<br />

Environment Canterbury.<br />

• There is no doubt that<br />

environmental impacts on the<br />

harbour and coastline are of<br />

interest to local residents and<br />

many others across the whole<br />

district. ECan has statutory<br />

responsibility for these matters<br />

and it is their role to consider<br />

the adequacy of the information<br />

provided and make a decision on<br />

the resource consent application.<br />

• The city council supports<br />

community boards making<br />

submissions and exercising<br />

their delegations in respect of<br />

local projects, that is, projects<br />

that only have a local impact<br />

within the community board<br />

boundaries. The proposal for the<br />

expansion of the port is clearly<br />

a project of significance to the<br />

city and the region as a whole.<br />

As such if a submission was to be<br />

made it would be a city council<br />

submission. In this particular<br />

case the staff recommendation<br />

was that no submission was<br />

required and staff were confident<br />

that Environment Canterbury<br />

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Wednesday <strong>March</strong> <strong>29</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

Sumner’s season gets under way<br />

SPORTS<br />

FLYING HIGH: Dylan Nel will look to push on from an impressive<br />

2016 campaign which saw him score 10 tries for Sumner and<br />

make the Canterbury NPC squad. PHOTOS: ROZELLE MAY<br />

• By Gordon Findlater<br />

SUMNER HAS prepared well<br />

ahead of their opening game of<br />

the metro rugby competition<br />

on Saturday.<br />

After a handful of pre-season<br />

hit-outs, Sumner will get their<br />

first taste of competitive action<br />

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Linfield Park.<br />

The team will play under the<br />

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season.<br />

Martin Field-Dodgson, 39,<br />

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of professional coaching experience<br />

in Italy.<br />

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Treviso, which play in the<br />

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coach.<br />

His first job in his new role<br />

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shape ahead of the demanding<br />

season. He says while the team<br />

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levels are peaking.<br />

“That was the principle priority<br />

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In the pre-season, Sumner<br />

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RETURN: Fijian winger Poasa<br />

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<strong>Bay</strong>s gain experience in<br />

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marilyn.still@bayleys.co.nz<br />

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS,<br />

LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.<br />

NEW LISTING<br />

’AS IS WHERE IS’ - ORIGINAL SECLUDED SEASIDE OASIS<br />

9 The Spur<br />

An original 1900s five bedroom bungalow with earthquake damage, positioned on a mouth-watering 637m² site on the<br />

very lower slopes of Clifton Hill. The Spur, famously is Hurst Seager´s seaside subdivision, the historic artist corner of<br />

Sumner. This private hideaway is unique in every way and the position is spectacular; embraces stunning sea views<br />

over Sumner <strong>Bay</strong>. A prime leafy pocket just steps from the beach and village, a highly sought after opportunity to<br />

prosper from this tranquil little corner of the world. This property is being sold on an uninsured ’as is where is’ basis<br />

without the benefit of any EQC or insurance claims and without any vendor warranties and therefore <strong>Bay</strong>leys make no<br />

presentation as to the structural soundness and safety of the building. This is a multiple hazard area, any person<br />

entering 9 The Spur acknowledges that if they choose to enter the property they do at their own risk. An appealing lower<br />

slope location on the Spur of Clifton Hill. Walk on access from Nayland Street and Clifton Terrace.<br />

Sumner<br />

Deadline Sale<br />

4pm, Wed 19 Apr <strong>2017</strong> (unless sold prior)<br />

View Thurs/Sat 11-11.30am<br />

www.bayleys.co.nz/554331<br />

Bonnie Brown<br />

M 021 343 407<br />

B 03 595 2844<br />

bonnie.brown@bayleys.co.nz<br />

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS,<br />

LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.<br />

www.bayleys.co.nz<br />

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SCHOOLS<br />

FRIENDLY: Year 2 pupil Nathan Soper got to meet some farm animals during the open day.<br />

Meanwhile, Lucy Chapman, Katie Hygate, both year 6, and former pupil Alice Wehi (far right)<br />

enjoyed getting to pet the rabbits. Year 2 pupils Sofia Marshall (below), Phoebe Chapman and<br />

Charlie-Rose Powell had fun riding a donkey.<br />

Our Lady Star of the Sea open day<br />

OUR LADY Star of the Sea<br />

School hosted an open day<br />

recently, with many different<br />

activities and fun attractions for<br />

the community.<br />

Principal John Kane said it<br />

was a great turn out, with past,<br />

present and potential future<br />

pupils going along to look at the<br />

classrooms, meet the principal<br />

and interact with other children.<br />

A petting zoo, bouncy castle,<br />

pony rides and many other<br />

activities were on throughout<br />

the day to keep the children<br />

entertained.<br />

DONATIONS: Principal Stuart Cameron, pupil Ruby Allpress<br />

and Sumner club rugby development officer, Lawrence Babe,<br />

show off some of the gear the club has donated.<br />

Sumner club gives rugby<br />

gear to Samoan children<br />

AN IDEA from Sumner School<br />

prompted the local rugby club<br />

to send sports gear to Samoa to<br />

help encourage children to play<br />

sport.<br />

The Sumner Rugby Football<br />

Club heard about the school’s<br />

planned visit to Samoa and<br />

wanted to get involved by<br />

sending over some sports<br />

gear.<br />

Last week, rugby development<br />

officer for the club, Lawrence<br />

Babe, visited the school to hand<br />

over the kits, which included<br />

rugby gear, boots, jackets and<br />

shorts.<br />

A spokesperson for the club<br />

said it wanted to donate the gear<br />

to give children in Samoa the<br />

opportunity to play rugby and<br />

achieve their goals.<br />

Twelve-year-old pupil Ruby<br />

Allpress said she thought being<br />

a pupil in Samoa would be very<br />

different to New Zealand.<br />

The pupils head to Samoa on<br />

May 5.​


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BAY HARBOUR<br />

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Email caitlin.miles@starmedia.kiwi<br />

by 5pm each Wednesday<br />

Create ’n’ Connect Art and<br />

Craft Group<br />

Thursday, 9.30am-noon<br />

If you’re crafty or want to start<br />

getting crafty go along to this<br />

group. Take your own project<br />

or go with ideas for a new one.<br />

Others in the group are there to<br />

offer help or advice. Meet new<br />

like-minded creative people and<br />

learn new skills. Pass on your<br />

tips and pick some up from other<br />

people at the group. This event<br />

aims to help with your projects<br />

and meet new people. Phone<br />

Beth on 022 678 1252 for more<br />

information.<br />

St Andrews Anglican Church,<br />

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. Free entry<br />

Babytimes<br />

Friday, 10.30am-11am<br />

This event allows for parents<br />

and caregivers to interact with<br />

each other while letting the<br />

babies learn. At these sessions<br />

babies learn through language,<br />

rhymes, songs, stories and play.<br />

The babies learn together and<br />

build connections with each<br />

other.<br />

Lyttelton Library, 18<br />

Canterbury St. Free entry<br />

Redcliffs Residents’ meeting<br />

Monday, 7pm<br />

All residents of Redcliffs, and<br />

business and property owners<br />

are warmly invited to the open<br />

meeting hosted by the Redcliffs<br />

Residents’ Association to discuss<br />

local issues and matters they<br />

think are important in the<br />

community. There will also be<br />

speakers at the event, which will<br />

include city council staff and<br />

spokespeople from Redcliffs<br />

School, Redcliffs Library,<br />

Bridge2Rocks Timebank, Moa<br />

Kids, Ihutai Estuary Trust, the<br />

tennis club and the Coastal<br />

Pathway Group.<br />

Redcliffs Function Centre, 9<br />

James St. Free entry<br />

Storytimes<br />

Tuesday, 11am-11.30am<br />

Encourage reading in your<br />

pre-schoolers. Storytimes has<br />

interactive programmes which<br />

include stories, songs, rhymes<br />

and play. Have children meet<br />

each other and build friendships<br />

at this event wile learning more.<br />

Pick up some library books to<br />

read to them at home.<br />

Lyttelton Library, 18<br />

Canterbury St. Free entry<br />

Garage Sale<br />

Saturday, April 8, 9am-noon<br />

This garage sale will have<br />

many different items and goods<br />

for sale. There will be a stall<br />

CHALLENGE: Say goodbye to the summer weather and be active at the same time. The<br />

annual Sea2Sky challenge is a demanding course which involves the beautiful sites around the<br />

peninsula. This triathlon involves either a swim at Scarborough Beach or a 2km run followed<br />

by a cycle up to the Summit Rd before heading to Godley Head to complete the run over<br />

Scarborough hill and finishing at the clock tower in Sumner. Compete on your own or in a team.<br />

There is a junior race along with a Have a Go race for children aged between five and nine. This<br />

event is on Sunday and starts at 9.30am. For more information go to<br />

http://www.sea2skychallenge.com<br />

from White Elephant Trust<br />

among the many others offering<br />

things from second hand goods<br />

to books, hand craft jewellery<br />

and other items. Find a special<br />

something for yourself or<br />

someone else at this sale.<br />

There will also be fresh baked<br />

cakes, jams, morning tea and<br />

sausage sizzle. Along with<br />

entertainment for the children<br />

including a free bouncy castle<br />

and more.<br />

St John’s Anglican Church,<br />

Ferry Rd. Free entry<br />

Markets:<br />

Lyttelton Farmers Market:<br />

Every Saturday, 10am-1pm,<br />

London St<br />

Mt Pleasant Art and Craft<br />

Market: First market of the<br />

season on <strong>March</strong> 11. 9.30am-<br />

2.30pm. Atrium of the Mt<br />

Pleasant Centre, 3 McCormacks<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> Rd.<br />

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:<br />

Every Saturday, 9.30am-2.30pm,<br />

3 McCormacks <strong>Bay</strong> Rd/<br />

Wakefield Ave<br />

Akaroa Farmers Market:<br />

Saturday, 9.30am-1pm, Madeira<br />

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Fendalton Dental Surgery,<br />

looking after your dental needs<br />

Fendalton Dental Surgery, on the Idris<br />

& Glandovey Roads corner has been<br />

looking after the dental needs of their local<br />

community as well as the wider Christchurch<br />

area since 2011. It is operated by Dr Keith<br />

Chiang and his highly experienced team who<br />

can perform a variety of complex procedures<br />

ranging from General & Cosmetic Family<br />

Dentistry including Dentures upto more<br />

complex work like Wisdom teeth surgery,<br />

Implants and Crowns.<br />

Dentists Keith Chiang and Zohnia<br />

McNeill and Dental Hygienist Amy Lee<br />

offer a complete range of dental and oral<br />

care services, all in a very calm and relaxed<br />

environment. “We listen carefully to what<br />

our patients tell us so we can address each of<br />

their dental problems and help them achieve<br />

good oral health,” says Keith.<br />

A major component of Keith’s work is<br />

under IV sedation, which is available for<br />

people that are very nervous about visiting<br />

the dentist. He has performed more than<br />

2000 Intravenous sedation procedures and<br />

the clinic is equipped with the latest advanced<br />

equipment for sedation monitoring. He has<br />

a special interest in Oral Surgery, Implants<br />

and Intra venous sedation.<br />

For people with damaged or missing teeth,<br />

Zohnia will discuss with them the options<br />

of having crowns, permanent implants or<br />

dentures fitted, all of which have the added<br />

advantage of helping clients regain their<br />

functional bite as well as improve their<br />

smile and overall confidence. She<br />

has a special interest in Cosmetic<br />

dentistry, Root Canals and Geriatric<br />

dentistry. Her calm approach and<br />

special individual attention to detail<br />

has helped deal with most common<br />

dental issues in her patients.<br />

Hygienist Amy specialises in<br />

the overall maintenance of healthy<br />

teeth and gums. She educates her<br />

clients on how to look after their<br />

oral health, which if not taken care<br />

of can have detrimental effects<br />

on their overall health. The gum<br />

Dr Keith Chiang,<br />

Dentist<br />

disease, Gingivitis is one of the main reasons<br />

why people lose their teeth, the dentists<br />

point out, while research also indicates that<br />

gum disease in pregnant women can mean<br />

a higher chance of premature birth and low<br />

birth weight.<br />

Dry mouth or reduced salivary flow,<br />

which is caused by certain medications that<br />

people take can also lead to gum problems<br />

and tooth decay. By visiting the hygienist<br />

regularly, gum problems can be prevented,<br />

and consequently tooth decay as well as<br />

more serious health issues can be avoided.<br />

Fendalton Dental Surgery will soon add to<br />

its suite of advanced dental equipment with<br />

Dr Zohnia McNeil,<br />

Dentist<br />

Amy Lee,<br />

Dental Hygienist<br />

a state-ofthe-art<br />

3D CT scanner, which will be used<br />

to scan jaws, enabling the dentists to give a<br />

better diagnosis of clients’ dental problems.<br />

Keith, Zohnia and Amy invite new<br />

patients to visit their clinic and experience<br />

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patients, and without having to pay high<br />

fees.<br />

Easily accessible, highly visible and<br />

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CANNABIS, methamphetamine,<br />

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CHRISTCHURCH’S growing<br />

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In the last year, 1491 people<br />

were ticketed for running red<br />

lights in Christchurch, up from<br />

Email shane@starmedia.kiwi or phone 364 74<strong>29</strong>.<br />

1316 the year before and 1266 in<br />

2014.<br />

Canterbury road policing<br />

manager Inspector Al Stewart<br />

(left) said he was disappointed to<br />

see the rise.<br />

“It puts people at risk. They<br />

may get away with it 99<br />

out of 100 times, but it is<br />

that one time which could<br />

leave someone injured or<br />

killed,” he said.<br />

He said police had a<br />

focus last year on bad<br />

driving at intersections,<br />

which included red<br />

light-running, and that would<br />

continue until the numbers<br />

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People often had different<br />

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acceptable reason, he said.<br />

“A lot of people are simply<br />

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Thursday, February 2, <strong>2017</strong><br />

FUEL TAX IDEA<br />

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• By Bridget Rutherford<br />

MOTORISTS HAVE slammed<br />

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earthquake-damaged roads.<br />

Last week, The Star revealed<br />

city councillors Aaron Keown<br />

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But The Star has received said she would be “very disappointed”<br />

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numerous readers’ responses –<br />

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“A lot of people can’t afford to<br />

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budge to repair the roads.<br />

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff<br />

It comes as Energy Minister asked for a 10c per litre fuel tax<br />

Judith Collins signals an inquiry for Auckland to plug the $4<br />

into rising petrol margins. million funding gap it has for a<br />

Petrol was currently about 30c list of transport projects over the<br />

more in the South Island and next decade.<br />

Wellington compared to places Mayor Lianne Dalziel said she<br />

such as Levin and Masterton. would be interested to see what<br />

Cr Keown said he expected happened there before making<br />

opposition to the idea – but in any decisions on asking the Governmen<br />

to look at Canterbury.<br />

paying extra on fuel tax to fix<br />

the roads, it would save money Canterbury University transport<br />

expert Simon Kingham said<br />

in the future.<br />

“Rather than pay a little bit the idea was feasible because it<br />

more on fuel, they’d rather was user-based.<br />

damage their cars and take more He said if the city council was<br />

time travelling.<br />

to find money in the budget for<br />

“They are assuming the council<br />

can just juggle the numbers or take it from another project.<br />

repairs, it would have to up rates,<br />

around and fix the roads.”<br />

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