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• By Caitlin Miles

IT’S ANOTHER step forward

as more historic buildings are

repaired and reopened in Banks

Peninsula – with five expected

this month.

The historic Stoddart Cottage

is expected to open today, while

the Diamond Harbour Community

Centre War Memorial Hall

is expected to open tomorrow.

Stoddart Cottage has been

closed while repairs were completed.

Cottage Trust chairwoman

Paula Smith said it was a fantastic

to have it finished and she was

looking forward to it opening

back up to the community.

“It’s great to have it opening;

it’s sort of weird when it’s closed

– there’s something sad about it,”

Ms Smith said.

Repairs at Custom House in

Akaroa have also been completed.

It was able to stay open to the

public to view during the repair

work. It was damaged in the February

22, 2011, earthquake.

The brick chimney was reconstructed

in a lightweight method,

which included a steel frame

and ply bracing to the necessary

walls. Internal repairs and full

interior and exterior decorating

have also been undertaken.

Work is in the final stages,

RESTORED: Stoddart Cottage

has been carefully restored

with the opening planned for

today.

with the house expected to open

at the end of the month.

Coronation Library, also in

Akaroa, was fully stripped on

the inside and needed repainting

following earthquake damage

and maintenance issues. A new

heating system has also been

installed at the library.

Minor works on Governors

Bay Old School House have

also been completed. It will

open to the public at the end

of the month now that the

deconstruction of the chimney

and completion of a new

heating system has been done.

The school house’s opening

was slightly delayed while the

new heating system was made

compatible with the original

1928 switchboard. A repaint of

the interior and exterior has also

been completed.

More buildings across the

peninsula are expected to open

throughout the year.

Sumner play

first home

game of

the season

After three tough weeks on the road,

Sumner play their first home game

of the season at St Leonards Square

on Saturday against University. The

team will warm up at Van Asch Deaf

Education Centre before making the

short run to their home ground ahead

of kick-off at 2.45pm. Sumner will look

to turn the tides after going down to

University 28-38 in the pre-season.

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IF YOU have ever been to an

Anzac Day ceremony, it is a

very moving moment indeed.

While standing there, it is

almost overwhelming to think

about the enormous sacrifice

men and families made.

Imagining the loss of your

friends – including those you

have over for dinner or for a

barbecue – in the most brutal

of fashion is incomprehensible

to a generation not

immediately impacted by war.

We have the details of Anzac

Day ceremonies on page 3 this

week, followed on page 5 by a

story about Bill Mitchell, the

104-year-old who will lead the

main parade.

Finally, on pages 7 and 8, we

look at the fallen soldiers who

have been commemorated

in an exhibition at Linwood

Library.

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No 24/7 police for port

• By Caitlin Miles

LYTTELTON WON’T be

getting a 24/7 service – even

though numerous police

stations across the country will

be staffed around the clock over

the next five years.

Police numbers will be

boosted by 20 per cent across

the country with an additional

1125 police staff hired.

Lyttelton Police Station is

currently staffed 9am-5pm but

officers patrol and have support

from Christchurch when the

station is closed.

There are currently

six officers

at Lyttelton.

It will not

become 24/7

or have officers

added – which

Peter

Newsome

was disappointing

news for

residents.

At a recent meeting between

police and members of the

community, Canterbury metro

commander Superintendent

Lane Todd said there is no case

for Lyttelton to be staffed 24/7

but officers from Christchurch

will still be available to answer

the needs of the community.

It was not the news former detective

Peter Newsome wanted

BUSINESS HOURS: The Lyttelton Police Station will not

operate 24/7. ​

to hear, and he said he would

still argue for it. He said if the

station was staffed all the time it

would reassure the community

of a greater response.

Resident Paul Dietche agreed,

he said it was “a disgrace” to

the community that the station

would not be staffed all the time.

“It’s not surprising, but it is

frustrating,” Mr Dietche said.

Superintendant Todd said

there was currently no need for

the police station to be staffed

24/7 as there were not enough

resources, especially considering

the crime rate has reduced

in the area.

Acting Inspector Paul Reeves

said from 2015 to 2016 crime in

the area had dropped eight per

cent, with 122 crimes reported

last year, down from the 133

reported the year before.

But Mr Dietche said he still

wants more police and to have

the station open constantly so

the community didn’t have to

rely on officers coming from the

city to answer calls for help.

“It’s always my biggest fear

that something really bad will

happen to a person, or the community,

before the police make

themselves more available,” Mr

Dietche said.

Peninsula gears up

for Anzac Day services

IT’S A week until Anzac Day

and commemoration plans are

under way across the peninsula

to remember those who died in

war.

Every year members

of the community and

organisations prepare

to march and attend

various commemorations

as a mark of

respect.

Numerous roads will

also be closed to allow

for parades and marches,

with services taking place

throughout the peninsula next

Wednesday.

Martindales Rd and Flavell St

in Heathcote will be closed from

5.30am-7am for a dawn parade,

followed by a service at the

corner of Martindales and Bridle

Path Rds at 6.15am.

Western Valley Rd in Little

River will be closed from 9am-

10.30am for a parade which

will end at the war memorial

gates where a wreath will be

laid to honour those who never

returned.

A service will be held in the

community hall at 9.30am followed

by morning tea at the

community centre.

A Lyttelton RSA service will be

held from 9.45am at the corner of

London and Oxford Sts. The city

council has approved the closure

of London St from 9.45am-11am

for the parade.

In Sumner those taking

part in the parade

should meet at the

corner of Stoke St

and the Esplanade

at 10.40am with the

parade scheduled

to start at 10.50am

followed by a service

at the war memorial by

the Beach Bar at 11am.

Wakefield Ave, Mariner St

and the Esplanade will be closed

from 10.50am-12.30am.

The Akaroa RSA Service will

include a parade which will start

from the Akaroa Volunteer Fire

Station at 49 Beach Rd at 11am

followed by a service at the war

memorial at 11.30am.

Commemorations will be held

at the newly-reopened Diamond

Harbour Community Centre

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parade starting from the community

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News

Museum one step closer

AFTER SIX years without a

home, the Lyttelton Historical

Museum will be one step closer

to rebuilding – if the public

support the proposed site.

The city council has given initial

approval to gift land at 33-35

London St to the society for the

museum rebuild.

It will now go out for public

consultation and if the community

approve the location, the

city council will give the museum

the final sign-off to build.

The city council has backed

the proposal because it believes it

would bring significant cultural

benefits to the people of Lyttelton

and provide a unique tourist

attraction.

Lyttelton Historical Museum

Society chairman Peter Rough is

delighted that progress is being

made towards rebuilding the

museum.

The society had put a request

to Banks Peninsula Community

Board for the London St site

because it believed it was “ideal”

for a new museum.

The society believed placing it

at the middle of the community

would create a hub with other

community facilities nearby,

such as the Lyttelton Library and

Albion Square.

The museum’s former building

on Gladstone Quay was

HOPEFUL: Lyttelton Historical Museum Society chairman

Peter Rough overlooks the London St site where he hopes the

museum will be built.

demolished after it was badly

damaged in the 2010 and 2011

earthquakes.

The society has already chosen

architects Warren and Mahoney

to design a new museum building

which could have three or

four levels.

Mr Rough hopes a final decision

on the land will be made

soon as the goal is to have a new

museum ready for opening in

2019.

It has $600,000 for the project

but estimates it will need to raise

another $5.3 million to construct

the building and help with operational

costs.

More than 8500 museum

items have been catalogued and

are currently in storage at the

New Zealand Air Force Museum

including significant artefacts

from maritime, military and

naval history.

The society expects more than

10,000 people a year would visit

a new museum.

• By Caitlin Miles

A PEDESTRIAN island is

likely to be moved to a different

location in Martindales Rd due

to safety fears.

The request came from Heathcote

Valley School and concerned

residents due to concern pupils

weren’t able to cross the road, in

Heathcote Valley, safely.

There is currently a crossing at

the roundabout on the intersection

of Martindales and Port

Hills Rds, but a report from city

council staff said it provides “very

limited vision” for those using it.

This led to the request to have a

new crossing constructed further

along Martindales Rd, away from

the roundabout.

The idea to install a pedestrian

SAFETY:

This small

pedestrian

island may

be moved

further along

Martindales

Rd. ​

Plan to move

pedestrian island

island was supported by the

former Hagley-Ferrymead Community

Board.

Public consultation was meant

to be carried out from February

23 but a mix-up meant some papers

were delivered a week early.

The city council kept consultation

open until March 16 to give

people a fair chance to supply

their feedback on the proposal.

The city council only received

feedback from one organisation

and three residents, none opposing

the idea.

The Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board is

expected to make a decision on

approving the new site at today’s

meeting.

If approved it is expected to

cost $45,000.

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Crosses special

to parade leader

• By Bridget Rutherford

BILL MITCHELL imagines the

3200 inscribed white crosses that

line Cranmer Square as small bodies

of Cantabrians killed in World War

1.

The 104-year-old will lead the

Anzac Day parade in a Jeep on April

25, to remember those who lost

their lives.

As part of the commemorations,

the crosses were laid out last

week, which represent the men and

women who died in the first three

years of the war.

They are part of the four-yearlong

Regional Fields of Remembrance

Project, where the number

of crosses placed there each year

correlates to the number of those

killed at that point in the war.

Mr Mitchell lost an uncle in

World War 1, and he served in the

Air Force as a ground engineer in

the Pacific during World War 2.

He said during World War 1 and

World War 2, “life was cheap”. He

lost many “mates” while he served

in World War 2, and afterwards.

Next year, more crosses will be

laid out on the square, as it will represent

the final year of World War 1.

A special ceremony will be held in

Auckland on Armistice Day, where

every cross in the country will be

placed on display to mark the end of

the war.

Christchurch RSA president Pete

Dawson said the crosses were a poignant

reminder of how many men

and women were killed.

“New Zealand had a population

of one million people in 1915 and

of that, 10 per cent went to fight in

World War 1. Of that 10 per cent, 18

per cent did not return home.”

Anzac Day dawn service MC Paul

O’Connor MBE, said the crosses

showed the scale of what really happened

during World War 1, and in

each year it went on for.

The dawn service will be held at

Cranmer Square on April 25 from

6am.

Lieutenant Colonel Sir Walter

Hugh Malcolm Ross GCVO OBE

DL will be a special guest.

He is the Lord Prior – the third

most senior individual within the

Order of St John, under the Sovereign

Head the Queen, and the

Grand Prior.

Each year, more than 15,000

people attended the service.

•Remembering the fallen,p7,8

POIGNANT: Bill Mitchell, who will lead this year’s Anzac Day parade, says the crosses are a

reminder of the sacrifice made in World War 1.

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Remembering the lives of fallen soldiers

SERVICE:

Seventeen World

War 1 soldiers with

links to Heathcote

Valley died

overseas protecting

their country in

World War 1. The

Linwood Library is

holding an exhibition

to display them

as people, rather

than as names on a

memorial.

• By Noah Graham

REMEMBERING soldiers as

people, rather than just names

on a memorial, is the goal of a

library exhibition.

The Linwood Library is

holding an exhibition this

month to display the lives,

personalities and achievements

of 17 soldiers with links to

Heathcote Valley who died in

World War 1.

Community learning librarian

Andrea Lord said the exhibition

aimed to take the names of the

soldiers, which are inscribed on

the Heathcote War Memorial,

and add a description of who

the soldiers were along with a

photograph.

She said as part of the

Government’s WW100

programme, groups across

the country are doing various

activities to help remember

those who fought in World War

1. She said starting out with

just the soldiers’ names, service

number and the knowledge they

had lived in Heathcote, library

staff compiled information

about who they were, what they

had done, where they had died

and how.

She said the soldiers in the

exhibition died in Gallipoli,

France and Palestine and it was

a shame their whole lives had

been reduced to a few words on

a memorial.

“All of the staff found

researching the soldiers really

meaningful and they were all

Rifleman Frank

Adamson was living

with his parents

at 479 Hereford

St in Linwood and

studying law at

Canterbury College

at the time he

enlisted. He was wounded in

the field in France in July, 1916.

He survived but was later killed

in action on October 31, 1918, at

the age of 25.

pleased they had done it.”

She said library staff would

walk past where the soldiers had

lived or places they had known

and could not help but think of

those places in a different way.

Mrs Lord said staff had spent

months trawling through library

records and old newspapers,

piecing together the soldiers’

lives.

She said the reaction from

people viewing the exhibition

had been really interesting.

“People have been stopping to

read about every single soldier.

“One lady had said how sad

it was and she found it quite

moving.”

The exhibition will run at the

Linwood Library in the Eastgate

Shopping Centre until April 30.

Rifleman

James Cogle

was born on

April 11, 1892,

and was raised

in Lyttelton.

He was a

fireman with

the New Zealand Railways.

He was killed in action

on September 15, 1916,

and served alongside his

brother, Robert, who also

served and died during the

war.

Rifleman Richard Burnell

attended Heathcote Valley

District School and Lyttelton

District High School. After he left

school, he joined the Railways

Department. He enlisted in

the army on May 31, 1915, as a

rifleman in the 2nd Battalion. On

September 24, 1916 he was killed in action

in the field at Somme, Northern France,

aged 25. He is remembered with Honour at

the Caterpillar (New Zealand) Memorial in

Longueval, Somme.

Gunner Walter

Parker was born

in Ashburton on

April 15, 1891. He

was 24 and a clerk

for New Zealand

Railways when

he first enlisted.

He lived at 77 Port Hills Road,

Heathcote, at the time. Parker

was killed in action on July 22,

1916, in the Battle of the Somme

and was buried at the Cite

Bonjean Military Cemetery in

Armentieres, France.

Private Hector Rhind grew up in Reserve Tce in

Lyttelton and lived at 117 Richardson St in Opawa

as a cycle mechanic working for Bell Bros. He

died on September 16, 1916, and was 23-yearsold

at the time.

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More than names on a memorial

Private Michael Ian Adamson was born

on June 1, 1895, in Sumner. He was one

of six children born to Reverend Henry

Adamson and Marianne Burke Adamson.

He was serving in the North Canterbury

and Westland Regiment Territorial Forces

when he enlisted with the New Zealand

Expeditionary Force on April 19, 1915.

On March 27, 1918, he was 22 when he was seriously

wounded with a gunshot wound to the head and on

March 30 at 12.25pm, he died of his wounds. He had

a bout of bad luck in his service and had spent more

time recovering from injuries and illness than he spent

in military action.

John Wetherall was born in Prebbleton, on

May 24, 1886. His family lived at 26 Bridle

Path Rd in Heathcote Valley and he was a

malster at the Canterbury Seed Company,

responsible for taking cereals and making

malt out of the grain to be used to

create beer. In the Battle of Ayun Kara in

Palestine, on November 14, 1917, he was

killed in action and buried in Palestine. His grave can be

found in the Ramleh War Cemetery.

Lieutenant Lestock Henry Reid was born

on November 7, 1885, and grew up in

Ardlui, Rakaia. Reid attended Heathcote

Valley District School before he went to

Christchurch Boys’ High School. He was

28 and worked as a marine engineer in

the Mediterranean when war broke out.

He was 30 when he died in action during

the Battle of the Somme on May 20, 1916. He is buried

in the Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres,

France.

Sergeant Keith Munro Weir attended

Heathcote Valley School and was a

clerk at the Canterbury Seed Company

in Christchurch. On August 23, 1915, he

enlisted. He was wounded in action on

April 23, 1918, and died the following day in

France when he was 21-years-old.

REMEMBERED:

The names of

the 17 soldiers

who died during

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War Memorial.

•Dairy of Gallipoli

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Wednesday April 19 2017

News

Diary of Gallipoli surgeon brought

SERVICE: Dr Percival Fenwick

during the Boer War in 1900. ​

“A more hellish Sunday

one could not conceive.

“Total to date 5000 (approximately)

casualties,

about three men per yard

of ground gained.”

• By Gabrielle Stuart

“IT SEEMED impossible

for men to live under the

hail of bullets” – that was

how Christchurch surgeon

Lieutenant-Colonel Percival

Fenwick described his

experience at Gallipoli.

He was one of the first New

Zealanders ashore at Anzac

Cove on April 25, 1915, and kept

a diary of the horrifying things

he saw there.

Parts of his diary have now

been used in a new project,

Ngā Tapuwae First World War

Trails, which tells stories from

battlefields where New Zealanders

fought.

It was designed as a guide for

people visiting the battlefields in

person for Anzac commemorations,

but can also be listened

to while exploring the scenes

online.

Lt Col

Fenwick’s

granddaughter,

Philippa Horn

(right), said his

diary was only

discovered after

his death.

“He very seldom spoke about

those things. The only thing

PROJECT: Dr Fenwick’s diary is being used to tell stories of battlefields where New Zealanders

fought. He is seen here in 1945 (left) and cutting the hair of a World War 1 soldier in Gallipoli.

he ever said, that I remember,

was that he was ashamed to

come out of Gallipoli alive,” she

said.

He was sent home after two

months at the front because he

developed paratyphoid, but he

wrote several letters to the army

in protest, asking to be sent

back, she said.

When World War 2 broke out,

then aged 69, he wrote letters

again asking to be allowed to

serve, but was told he was too

old.

Mrs Horn said he had served

in the Boer War for three years

as a younger man, and was

strongly driven to try to help

and heal as many as he could on

the battlefield.

In peacetime he worked as

a surgeon for many years in

Christchurch, where he met his

wife, Nona Wright, a nurse at

Bottle Lake Hospital.

Mrs Horn said he was “everything

a grandfather should have

been”.

“He had a lovely sense of humour

and was always so pleased

to see us,” she said.

His story can be found at

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to life

POIGNANT: A giant sculpture of Dr

Fenwick is on display as part of the The

Scale of Our War exhibition at Te Papa

(far left), and as a Lieutenant Colonel

outside his dugout in Anzac Cove.

The Gallipoli landing:

“We were frightfully

hampered by our kit –

overcoat, revolver, glasses,

map case, haversack, three

days rations, firewood, Red

Cross satchel, water bottle

– like elephants. It was a

certainty that we would

drown if we got stuck.

“After waiting, a steam

picket boat came along in

charge of a very fat rosy midshipman.

He took a string of

boats in tow and we were off.

Our boat grounded about 50

feet from the shore and we

all hopped out. Of course, I

fell into a hole up to my neck.

I could hardly struggle ashore

and when I did the first thing

I saw was Beck sitting on a

stone, roaring with laughter at

us. Bill Beck was the first New

Zealander of Godley’s force

to get on to Gallipoli.”

On treating the wounded:

“Several dead men were

lying on the beach . . . every

minute the numbers increased

and, as in addition

fresh troops came ashore

with mules and ammunition,

the chaos became

appalling . . . this state

of things lasted all day.

It seemed impossible for

men to live under the hail of

bullets. Capt Craig dressed

over 100 cases under fire.

One of his assistants had

his finger shot off while

helping him. Men were constantly

hit in our station and

their pluck and devotion in

continuing their work under

these galling conditions is

hopelessly above praise.

“At midnight I got four

big horse boats, which

held 12 stretchers on the

bottom and I packed in

less severe cases along

the sides, sitting, kneeling,

lying – anyhow, about 120

all told. I got these four off

at last at 1.30, and lay down

in the rain at the side of

the hill. I certainly was very

astonished that I was alive.

A more hellish Sunday one

could not conceive.”

“Total to date 5000 (approximately)

casualties,

about three men per yard of

ground gained.”

On burying the dead:

“The most ghastly day. This

morning I was ordered to act

as the [delineating] officer for

the burial of the dead

. . . raining heavily. I got a loan

of a dead or missing man’s

overcoat and was all right.

“We were met by some

Turkish officers who arrived

on horseback followed by

50 very fine looking Turks,

carrying Red Crescent and

white flags. One of the officers

was a German doctor.

We were introduced by our

interpreters and moved up

the hillside in two long lines.

Every 100 yards or so we

stationed a man with a white

flag, and opposite to him the

Turks posted one of their

men. We clambered through

dripping bushes, with beautiful

poppies and flowers.

“Coming over the crest of

the hill, I found the first New

Zealander, lying on his face.

Poor lad! A few yards climb

brought us on a plateau, and

a most awful sight was here.

The Turkish dead lay so thick

that it was almost impossible

to pass without treading

on the bodies. The awful

destructive power of high

explosive was very evident.

Huge holes surrounded by

circles of corpses, blown to

pieces. One shell had fallen

and set fire to a bush, as a

dead man lay charred to the

bone. Everywhere on looked

lay dead, swollen, black, hideous,

and overall a nauseating

stench that nearly made

one vomit.

“Behind us for at least

two miles, we could see

our burial parties working

furiously. In some cases the

dead actually formed part

of the trench wall. It was a

terrible sight to see arms and

legs sticking out of the sand,

underneath the sandbags . . .

I left, feeling deadly ill.

“I only saw about 10 of ours

but, at a very modest estimate,

I saw 2000 dead Turks.

The Turkish officers were

charming. The Germans

were rude and dictatorial

and accused us of digging

trenches. I lost my temper

(and my German) and told

him the corpses were so

decomposed they could

not be lifted and our men

were merely digging pits

to put the awful things into.

The Turkish medico was extremely

nice. We exchanged

cigarettes and I said to him I

hoped that after the war we

should smoke a cigarette.’’

“If this is war, I trust NZ

will never be fool enough to

forget that to avoid war one

most [must] be too strong to

invite war.”

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Wednesday April 19 2017

News

Historic Bridal Path shelter

restoration completed

A HISTORIC shelter

honouring 19th-century

pioneering woman has

been restored.

The shelter at the top of

the Bridle Path was badly

damaged in the February

22, 2011, earthquake and

has been restored over the

last couple of months.

The shelter was built using

volcanic stone and is a

well-known landmark on

the Bridle Path – the route

used by the first settlers to

cross the Port Hills from

Lyttelton to the fledgling

settlement of Christchurch.

The shelter bears the inscription

They Passed This

Way and was built to commemorate

the courage and

hard work of the women

who were among the early

settlers.

City council heritage programme

manager Richie

Moyle said it is good to be

able to restore the shelter,

which works as a resting

spot for many making their

way along the Bridle Path.

“We’re thrilled that we’ve

been able to restore this

historic landmark and that

it can once again provides

a resting point for those

making the trip over the

Bridle Path,’’ Mr Moyle

said.

He said the restoration

was important for the history

of the area.

“It’s a wonderful spot

to sit and imagine what it

was like for the pioneers

who arrived here and to

reflect on how things have

changed,” he said.

However, there is still one

item in the historic shelter

awaiting restoration – a

memorial plaque depicting

the pioneer women and

their children arriving in

the district.

RESTORED:

The shelter

sits on the

Bridle Path

and gives

views over

Lyttelton

Harbour

and the

Canterbury

Plains.

The bronze plaque

carries the words: “On this

spot the pioneer women

of Canterbury and their

children rested after their

climb from the Port of

Lyttelton and gazed with

awe but courage upon

the hills and plains of

Canterbury where they

were to make their home.”

Mr Moyle said: “Sadly

the decorative middle

section of the plaque has

been stolen, but we are

having it re-cast and hope

to have it back in place

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Annual Conference

Market Comment with Craig Prier

A house vs house market…

What does that actually mean? You might hear this comment more often as we move through

the year. Essentially it reflects a shift in the market.

Over the past few years there has been plenty of competition amongst buyers as they go

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850 Ray White members joined together for the national

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Wednesday April 19 2017

Your Local Views

Pirate’s Corner

Time to sort out

winter maintenance

• By Gary Manch, navigational

safety officer, Lyttelton

HOPEFULLY, YOU all enjoyed

the Easter break and had an opportunity

to recharge.

As our boating season is coming

to a close – with the exception

of you hardy ones out there – it is

now a good time to think about

what maintenance you need to do

on your boat; be it a trailer-sailer,

yacht, powerboat or jet ski.

All vessels have different characteristics

and the maintenance

required will vary. I strongly

suggest that you follow the

manufacturer’s specifications for

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know things will be right.

It’s up to you whether you carry

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competent. If you’re more into

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side of things, get one of Canterbury’s

very capable boat shops to

do the service or repair work that

you may have been putting off

over the busy summer period.

For those of you who tie your

vessels up to moorings – make

sure you check the top rope for

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This can be one of the causes

of the boat separating from the

mooring. This is a common issue

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to your own boat as well as

other boats if yours happens to be

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So remember, keep your

maintenance up to scratch and

save yourself a lot of pain and

heartache.

Be safe out there.

Help get rid of predators

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Ruth Dyson

writes about

battling

pests and the

Predator Free

Port Hills

movement

The combination of autumn

temperatures, heavy rain and

the empty red zone land has

meant that many in the Port

Hills are being inundated by

possums and rats.

It’s not great to be woken during

the night by the hissing and

spitting (let alone the fighting)

of possums and the damage

they are doing to our fauna and

flora is horrific.

I have been contacted by a

number of people who need help

to battle these pests. So what

can we do?

At the end of last year, the

Summit Road Society launched

a vision of a predator free Port

Hills. It is a great aspiration. I

back this vision, but it needs

some help to make it a reality.

There are a few volunteer

co-ordinators in suburbs

around the Port Hills, but

they need to link in with other

people to complete the whole

picture. Perhaps you have spare

money and no time so you

might be prepared to donate a

trap? Or the reverse situation

– so you might like to do some

trap clearing and rebaiting.

Let’s see which suburb can do

best.

In spite of the predator-free

New Zealand commitment

from the Government, there

isn’t any local funding available

and this is a gap I would like to

see filled. Likewise, local groups

could work well with our park

rangers who do a massive job

and are always keen to work

with local volunteers to do even

more.

If more people joined in, we

could actually make this vision

a reality.

That would be so good on so

many levels and I know that

we would soon see much more

bird life in our suburbs. Is this

something you are interested in?

If so, I am happy to connect

people in our communities who

want to share the load and rid

our area of these pests. Let me

know.

ANZAC DAY

– Tuesday 25 April 2017

Dawn Service

6.30am – Cranmer Square

Organised by the Canterbury branch of the

Malaya Veterans Association in conjunction

with the Christchurch branch of the Royal

New Zealand Returned and Services’

Association (RSA) and Christchurch City

Council. Mayor Lianne Dalziel will lay a wreath

on behalf of the citizens of Christchurch.

The parade starts at 6.15am,

with the service to follow.

Citizens’ Service

10.00am – Transitional

Cathedral, Latimer Square

Organised by Christchurch City Council in

conjunction with Christchurch Cathedral

and the RSA. The address at this service will

be given by Air Commodore Andrew Woods

RNZAF. It will be attended by representatives

of the Defence Force, Consular Corps and

various Christchurch youth groups.

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Chester Street West

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Dawn service: 6.30am – Cranmer Square (the parade starts at 6.15am)

Organised by the Canterbury Branch of the Malaya Veterans Association in conjunction with

the Christchurch Branch of the Royal New Zealand Returned and Services Association (RSA)

and Christchurch City Council. Mayor Lianne Dalziel will lay a wreath on behalf of the citizens

of Christchurch.

Christchurch Citizens’ Service: Transitional Cathedral,

Latimer Square – 10am

Organised by Christchurch City Council in conjunction

with ChristChurch Cathedral and the RSA.

Other Services

Akaroa RSA Service, War Memorial (Area School gymnasium if wet)

19th Battalion and Armoured Regiment Service,

The Memorial, Victoria Park, Victoria Park Rd, Cashmere

20th Battalion Assn, Jane Deans Close, Riccarton

Burwood Community ANZAC Service, Burwood Monument, corner of Lake Terrace and

New Brighton Road

Cheviot RSA Service, meet at the War Memorial Cenotaph

Cust RSA Service, Community Centre

Darfield RSA Service, meet at Trinity Church

Diamond Harbour, meet at the community store

Dunsandel, War Memorial

Ellesmere RSA Service, Leeston Rugby Football Stadium

Fendalton, St Barnabas Church

Halswell Domain, War Memorial

Heathcote, corner Martindales and Bridle Path Roads

Hei Hei, War Memorial

Hororata, St John’s Church

Kaiapoi RSA Service, Trouselot Park

Lincoln, Event Centre

Little River, Community Hall

Lyttelton RSA Service, meet corner London and Oxford Streets

New Brighton RSA Service, War Memorial Cenotaph

Papanui, RSA Clubrooms

Prebbleton, War Memorial

Rakaia, The Mead Memorial Gates

Rakaia, Memorial Community Centre

Rangiora, RSA War Memorial Cenotaph

Riccarton, Upper Riccarton War Memorial Library

Rolleston, New Community Hall

Sheffield, War Memorial

Springfield, Tawera Memorial Hall

Springston, meet at Springston School

Sumner, meet at Stoke Street and Esplanade

Tai Tapu, War Memorial

Templeton, RSA War Memorial

University of Canterbury, Matiriki Quad

Wigram, Air Force Museum

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They also think about skills

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Wednesday to April 29

The Lyttelton Arts Factory is

back with another show. This

time the story involves a darts

world championship, a story of

a father and son mixed in with

some revenge. The show features

Tom Trevella, who has previously

performed at the Court Theatre.

For more information, go to http://

www.laf.co.nz/

Lyttelton Arts Factory. 34 Oxford

St. Tickets from $20

Create ’n’ Connect Art and

Craft Group

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

If you’re crafty or want to start

getting crafty, go along to this

group. Take your own project

or go with ideas for a new one.

Others in the group are there to

offer help or advice. Meet new

like-minded creative people and

learn new skills. Pass on your

tips and pick some up from other

people at the group. This event

aims to help with your projects

and meet new people. Phone

Beth on 022 678 1252 for more

information.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. Free entry

Leaf House – Exhibition

Thursday and Friday, 2-4pm,

and Saturday, 11am-4pm

This is an exhibition of paintings

by Jennifer Rendall. She works

across a range of media, including

painting, installation, drawing

and prints, and her paintings have

been shown at public art galleries

and dealer galleries throughout

the country, as well as Australia

and Japan. This exhibition finishes

on Saturday.

50 Works Gallery, Lyttelton

Babytimes

Friday, 10.30-11am

This event allows parents and

caregivers to interact with each

other while the babies learn.

At these sessions babies learn

through language, rhymes, songs,

stories and play. The babies learn

together and build connections

with each other.

Lyttelton Library, 18 Canterbury

St. Free entry

Rhythm and Bubs

Friday from 9.30-11.45am

If you’re looking to engage your

baby or preschooler in music, go

along to this event on every Friday

morning for a series of 30-minute

sessions. The sessions allow for

children, parents and caregivers

to meet one another and interact

with others around the Sumner,

Redcliffs and Mt Pleasant area.

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everything the festival has to offer, with many stalls and entertainment for adults and children

throughout the day. If you want to go along head to the Little River Domain at 11am on

Sunday. Entry is a gold coin donation or $5.

Mainly Music is a fun

and educational music and

movement session followed by

morning tea and a social and

play time. The first session is

free, $4 per session after that.

Phone Hazel on 03 384 1965 or

021 077 1264.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Storytimes

Tuesday, 11am-11.30am

Encourage reading in your

preschoolers. Storytimes has

interactive programmes which

include stories, songs, rhymes

and play. Have children meet

each other and build friendships

at this event while learning

more. Pick up some library

books to read to them at home.

Lyttelton Library, 18

Canterbury St. Free entry

Markets:

The weekly markets have

many different attractions and

delicious treats on offer. From

fresh produce to freshly-baked

breads, cheeses and free range

eggs. Find some healthy food

options and sip on a coffee, while

taking a wonder around any of

the markets happening in the

area at the weekend

Lyttelton Farmers Market:

Every Saturday, 10am-1pm,

London St

Mt Pleasant Art and Craft

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2.30pm. Atrium of the Mt

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Two codes for Sumner coach

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER RUGBY coach Martin

Field-Dodgson will put a new

spin on code-hopping when

he starts in a role at Mainland

Football later this month.

Field-Dodgson, 39, has a strong

background in rugby, which

includes a number of roles in

development and coaching at the

top level in Europe. He will soon

transfer those skills to football

when he starts as the community

football manager for Mainland

Football.

He will still play a big part in

rugby, in his first season coaching

the Sumner division one side.

“Some people have said you’re

going to join the enemy but in

the modern day and age the real

enemy is doing nothing and

computer games,” said Field-

Dodgson. “The real driver for me

is that kids are doing something,

that’s the main thing.”

In terms of football this will be

his first true role in the sport.

“I had a run around for the

Cashmere Wanderer’s (now

Cashmere Technical) as an eight

or nine-year-old, that’s the extent

of my football prowess,” said

Field-Dodgson.

Although he may not hold an

extensive background in football,

Mainland Football chief executive

Julian Bowden believes the

organisation is getting someone

with a huge skill set.

“His varied background

shows a great knowledge of club

systems and structures so he was

a standout for us,” said Bowden.

“The fact he’s actually come

from another code I find quite

exciting because I think there is a

whole lot we can learn from each

other.”

A connection between Mainland

Football and Sumner Rugby

Club isn’t something new.

Bowden spent two seasons

playing for the top Sumner side

in the late 90s. Former All White

Ben Sigmund also played on the

wing for Sumner during a break

from football.

Field-Dodgson returned to

SPORTS

JUGGLER: Martin

Field-Dodgson will work

in two codes this winter as

Mainland Football’s new

community manager and as

Sumner rugby coach.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Canterbury last year after 10

years in Italy working in various

roles including academy manager

and assistant coach at Pro12

team Benetton Treviso. Pro12 is

a European competition, contested

by the top Italian, Irish, Welsh

and Scottish teams. In previous

years, All Blacks such as John

Kirwan and Craig Green have

played for the club.

“It was an incredible experience

in terms of learning,” said

Field-Dodgson.

He has held a number of development

roles before his time

in Italy. After finishing physical

education studies at University

of Otago he spent a number of

years working with the Queensland

Rugby

Union.

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Sumner will be warmed

up for University clash

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER WILL celebrate their

first home game of the season

by running to St Leonards

Square just before kick-off.

The team will warm-up near

Van Asch Deaf Education

Centre before running to their

home ground ahead of their

clash against University on

Saturday at 2.45pm.

“The first home game is

always a special one for the

community and the club. We’re

hoping to get a big crowd down

there, especially if it’s good

weather,” said Sumner captain

Lawrence Babe.

They will hope to get their

first win of the season at St

Leonards after being dealt a

difficult trio of fixtures to start

the year.

Sumner began the season

with three away losses

to Christchurch (14-20),

Sydenham (15-39) and Lincoln

University (9-29).

The upcoming home match

against University won’t be

any easier. The visitors have

won their last two matches and

defeated Sumner 28-38 in the

pre-season.

Meanwhile, Sumner’s match

against Lincoln University was

set to be played on Saturday.

However, both teams agreed to

BATTLE: Sumner will play University in their first home game of the season at St Leonards on

Saturday. Sumner’s looking for redemption after going down to University in 28-38 in the

pre-season.

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last week so they could have an

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It wasn’t all rest over the long

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Driven

Sharp price for Subaru Impreza

• By Ross Kiddie

THIRTEEN YEARS ago I guided

an acquaintance into a new car, it

was a Subaru Impreza and it was

a car which was priced at $25,000

with four-wheel-drive and 2-litre

engine.

My friend still has that car and

it has now travelled fault-free over

200,000km, scheduled maintenance

has been the only service

cost.

I remember writing at the time

how much of a bargain that car

was, and if finances at the time

had allowed, I may well have purchased

an Impreza as well.

Well, nothing has changed, I

still can’t afford a new car and

now Subaru has another new Impreza

available at a budget price.

For just $5000 more than the new

price in 2004, the new-generation

model represents amazing value,

and it is stacked with value features,

items which you wouldn’t

ordinarily expect in a budget car.

The new generation model gets

Eye-sight driver assist technology,

a camera-based system which is

linked to adaptive cruise control,

lane departure warning, precollision

assist and pedestrian

avoidance. Other features for

comfort and convenience include

automatic stop-start as a fuel

saving measure, keyless entry and

SUBARU IMPREZA: Stacked with value features.

ignition, Apple Car Play and Android

Auto capability, along with

the usual features modern cars

include as a matter of course.

The new Impreza still has

the traditional 2-litre, flat-four

(boxer) engine. It has been

developed to a point where it is

state-of-the-art in terms of power

outputs, emission control and

fuel efficiency. In terms of figures,

the quad-camshaft unit is rated

at 115kW and 196Nm, while a

6.6-litre per 100km/h (42mpg)

combined cycle fuel usage average

is claimed by Subaru.

That works well with the

8l/100km (35mpg) figure showing

on the comprehensive trip

computer, along with a 5l/100km

(56mpg) instantaneous figure

cruising the 100km/h legal limit

(engine speed 1600rpm).

Drive is channelled to all four

wheels through a continuously

variable automatic transmission.

Not only does the four-wheeldrive

system alleviate the fear of

grip loss on loose surfaces, there

is a lot of natural grip supplied on

the seal, the Impreza has handling

ability which is unrealistic for this

class of car.

In the first instance, grip is supplied

by 205/50 x 17in Bridgestone

Turanaza tyres, and even

though they aren’t Bridgestone’s

sport specification rubber, the

• Price – Subaru Impreza,

$29,990

• Dimensions – Length,

4460mm; width, 1775mm;

height, 1480mm

• Configuration – Fourcylinder,

four-wheel-drive,

1995cc, 115kW, 196Nm,

continuously variable

automatic.

• Performance –

0-100km/h, 9.3sec

• Fuel usage – 6.6l/100km

tyres have prodigious grip. If you

add in a flat and controlled body

balance and drive channelled

constantly through to all wheels,

the handling balance is biased

towards sporty.

That comes without the springs

and dampers being overly firmed,

ride quality is still paramount to

the Subaru way of manufacture.

I took the test car on a loop that

took in both sealed and unsealed

surfaces and I’m pleased to report

that for what would be deemed

an everyday family sedan, the Impreza

imparts a sporty handling

sensation.

Power is directed freely

through the transmission. In this

form the Impreza doesn’t get the

turbocharging system of its WRX

stablemates, but it is an honest,

punchy engine. I’ve written many

times how much natural torque

horizontally-opposed engines develop,

and the Impreza’s naturally-aspirated

unit is a honey.

In my introduction I mentioned

the high level of specification.

Another useful feature

are the steering wheel-mounted

paddles which the driver can use

to initiate ratio changes within

the CVT system. There’s also a

sequential system at the main

gearshift lever itself, but as a

driver you can be lured into a

sporty sensation if you utilise the

paddles.

However, first and foremost,

the Impreza caters for the family

unit. While sedans are fast losing

popularity, I’m still a bit of a

fan and I’m quite smitten with

Subaru product; together I’d be

sold on the Impreza in this form.

Subaru’s line-up isn’t extensive,

but the company is far more

than a global niche market

player. All of the models

offered here are functional and

practical, each designed for a different

role. The Impreza is there

to tempt as an entry-level car into

the brand.

You’d had better be quick,

though, from what I’ve heard

through industry sources the

Impreza in this form is only available

in limited numbers and is

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This property being sold ‘as is - where

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sheltered 870sqm plot which basks in all day

sun and boasts expansive water views. The

opportunity to repair the home or to this

acquire this fabulous site for the future is

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2017.

Our owners brought the home with a clear

vision to enhance the property and while

living here they have enjoyed the lifestyle

and wonderful location. Unfortunately

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The basement consists of an area previously

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District Licensing Committee

at Christchurch for the issue of

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