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to sculpt

Richie

McCaw

Lyttelton sculptor Mark Whyte has been

commissioned to craft a bronze statue of former

All Black captain Richie McCaw which will stand

in McCaw’s home town of Kurow

• By Noah Graham

MARK WHYTE has restored Gothic buildings,

sculpted war heroes and created a bronze sled dog

– now he will add an All Black captain to his list.

The Lyttelton sculptor has been commissioned

by the Kurow Museum Committee to craft a

bronze statue of one of the greatest All Black

captains, Richie McCaw.

Mr Whyte said the statue will be about 2m tall

and will stand in Kurow – McCaw’s home town.

He is looking forward to meeting McCaw in the

next few months to realise McCaw’s character,

which will help him create a clay casing for the

statue, Mr Whyte said.

Mr Whyte has crafted an assortment of statues

throughout New Zealand and has work featured

in London and Sydney.

However, his most notable work in Canterbury

is the statue of double Victoria Cross recipient

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He said he is used to

sculpting war heroes but

it will be a similar process

crafting the McCaw statue

and the challenge will

come from making it as

accurate as possible.

“I’m meticulous. I do my utmost to get

the true character of a person.”

Mr Whyte said he did not want to create a

sculpture that would reflect anything other than a

real portrayal of McCaw.

However, Mr Whyte said as an avid rugby fan,

McCaw was one of the best role models anyone

could have.

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Wednesday April 26 2017

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Inside

News.......................................3-5

Rakaia has a fish – Kurow will

have a McCaw.

He is one of the biggest names

in rugby history and now a

Lyttelton sculptor has been

tasked with creating a bronze

replica of the big man (front

page).

Mark Whyte will craft a 2m

sculpture of former All Black

captain and Crusader Richie

McCaw which will stand in the

Kurow – McCaw’s home town,

seems fair.

Interesting article by Bridget

Rutherford over on page 3. It

turns out that several intersections

in a township need to be

upgraded because they are not

up to standard – but because it

is going to cost so much and the

city council can’t afford to pay

for it all in one hit, it is asking

residents which should be done

first.

Hei kona, Shelley Robinson

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Upgrade for Akaroa intersections

In Brief

• By Bridget Rutherford

SEVEN AKAROA intersections

need to be upgraded after a

review found they were not up

to standard – but due to the

cost, the improvements will be

made over time.

A recent review of the

township’s accessibility and

pedestrian facilities showed

there were seven intersections

that did not comply with

the New Zealand Transport

Agency’s guidelines.

The majority of the safety

issues related to there being

no tactile paving, which are

textured yellow surfaces that

aid pedestrians who are visually

impaired. It is proposed that all

seven intersections would now

have them installed.

The city council says if it were

to address all the non-compliant

facilities at once, it would be

“very costly”.

Because of that, it aimed to

upgrade them over time.

Some car parking would have

to be removed to make way for

no stopping lines.

It is proposed the intersection

of Rue Lavaud and Rue Viard

will have a landscaped kerb

built to narrow the crossing

distance and improve visibility.

The current give way control

would be replaced with a stop

sign.

Where Rue Lavaud and Rue

Brittan meet, there would be

a kerb cut down, and lines

would be painted to show the

difference between the road and

footpath.

The Rue Lavaud and Rue

Croix intersection would also

get a painted line edge.

So would Rue Lavaud and Rue

Balguerie in the interim, but

more investigation will be done

to see how to further improve it.

The Beach Rd and Rue Jolie

intersection would get tactile

pavers, while Beach Rd’s intersection

with Church St would

see a kerb reduction and a

painted edge line.

The pedestrian crossing on

Rue Jolie will get tactile paving

and no stopping lines painted.

The city council says the

upgrades would support Akaroa

becoming more accessible and

safer.

CHANGES:

An artist’s

impression

of what the

proposed line

marking, and

tactile paving

would look

like at the

intersection of

Rue Lavaud

and Rue Brittan. ​

Public consultation on the

proposed changes closes on

May 10, and after the feedback

is reviewed, a decision would

be made at a Banks Peninsula

Community Board meeting.

It is hoped work would begin

in either June or July.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

think these intersections are

dangerous for pedestrians?

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closer to staying warm through

the winter after receiving a grant.

The Banks Peninsula Community

Board approved a grant of $2000

towards a heat pump for the centre.

The building has finished with an

opening ceremony planned for

June 23

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Governors Bay Reserve is expected

to be presented to the public next

month. The plan for Governors

Bay Reserve was shown to the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board for feedback prior to public

consultation. The proposed

landscape plan will be publicly

available during consultation

from May 8 to May 29. The

community board will then

consider whether to approve it in

July. Construction is planned for

late this year.

TRAFFIC ISLAND GO-AHEAD

A traffic island will be installed

on Ferry Rd at the intersection of

Charlesworth St. The Linwood-

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HERITAGE: Stoddart Cottage Trust member John Riminton cut the ribbon to open the cottage. ​

Historic cottage back in business

• By Caitlin Miles

THE OLDEST building in

Diamond Harbour – Stoddart

Cottage has officially reopened.

The cottage was closed for

repairs and restoration work

from the February 22, 2011,

earthquake but it was officially

opened by the Stoddart Cottage

Trust last week.

The ribbon was cut on the

heritage-listed building by trust

member John Riminton.

The cottage, situated just above

the Diamond Harbour Domain,

received stabilisation work while

funding was gathered for more

extensive repairs.

The building was closed in

April last year to begin the work.

The city council spend $444,000

on the project.

Trust chairwoman Paula Smith

said it was sad having it closed

for the year while the works were

completed but it is nice to have

it reopened for the community’s

benefit.

Banks Peninsula councillor

and Deputy Mayor Andrew

Turner said while it was a small

cottage it has “a big story to tell.”

The cottage was built by Mark

POPULAR: The opening was well attended.

Stoddart, an early settler in the

area in 1861. He lived there with

his family until 1877.

One of his daughters, Margaret

Stoddart became a well-known

New Zealand painter, in 1913 she

painted Old Cottage, Diamond

Harbour, in honour of the house

she grew up in.

Repairs to cracks in the walls,

ceilings and floors were carried

out along with repairs to cracks

and loose slates in the veranda

roof. Additional water tightening

was done to the corrugated iron

roof, repairing weatherboards

and repainting the exterior of the

cottage was also carried out.

The three chimneys had to

be deconstructed and rebuilt

around structural steel as well.

Now the repairs have been

finished Ms Smith said she

hopes it will encourage people to

come from the city to enjoy the

harbour.

“It’s nice to just sit on the

veranda or relax in the cottage,

we hope more people come to see

it,” she said.

Part of the cottage is a gallery

of work and the remainder of the

cottage is used as a space for the

community.

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Governors Bay could pilot

speed reduction measures

• By Julia Evans

GOVERNORS BAY could

be a used as a pilot to

launch speed reduction

methods around the rest of

the peninsula.

Drivers struggle to see

smaller settlements ahead

of them due to thick,

overgrown trees and a lack

of bold signage. As a result,

vehicles speed through the

settlements, according to

the Governors Bay Road

Safety Working Group.

Members Rosie Belton

and Robin Anderson made

a deputation to the Banks

Peninsula Community

Board on ways to make

Governors Bay Rd safer for

residents.

The board is looking at

using ideas from the deputation

as a starting point

to address similar issues

across the ward.

The main issue the working

group has is that it is

very hard to tell the difference

between open road

and settlements.

“It doesn’t look like

you’re coming into a community,

it’s often hard

to tell because there’s no

defined difference,” Mrs

Belton said.

At the board meeting,

the group proposed improving

signage at settlement

boundaries, another

set of signs to reinforce

the speed limit, 50km/h

road markings and speed

activated signs to be moved

throughout the peninsula.

“The signage just needs

to be more noticeable,”

Mrs Belton said.

The working group also

suggested lowering entry

speeds into settlements

from 100km/h down to

70km/h.

Mrs Belton has been

campaigning for lower

speed limits and safer

roads in the area for more

than a year.

The working group was

happy with the outcome of

the meeting.

“The (board members)

were very responsive. We

came away feeling they

were definitely going to

action something,” Mr

Anderson said.

City council staff estimate

making the suggested

changes – excluding a reduction

in the speed limits

– may cost about $22,000.

McCaw immortalised in bronze

•From page 1

He said the determination

that is needed by

someone to captain the All

Blacks so successfully was

commendable.

“It is a humongous

amount of pressure to experience

and you can’t get

a better rugby player than

Richie McCaw.

“He’s a bloody good guy.”

The statue was announced

last August and

Oamaru artist Don Paterson

was removed from the

project earlier this year.

Mr Whyte said once the

project starts getting under

way it will take three to

fours months to create the

clay casing and about half

a year for the statue to be

completed.

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Our People

Wesley Mauafu

Passion for helping Pasifika community

Sumner rugby centre

Wesley Mauafu is

passionate about helping

Pasifika young people,

whether it’s fighting high

suicide rates or inspiring

them to have a voice in

politics. Last week he was

invited to Parliament to

receive a New Zealand

Youth Award for his work.

He spoke to Gabrielle

Stuart

Why is the issue of suicide so

important to you personally?

It started four years ago, when

I did my first suicide prevention

training. I went as a fresh-faced

young guy, and to be honest, I

was so oblivious to the horrific

statistics of my own Pasifika

young people. They have so

much potential and so much

to give to the community as a

whole, so when I found out we

were perishing and struggling

with our well-being it hit home

a lot. From that day, every time

I have seen a programme or

initiative aimed at well-being, I

am always keen to put my hand

up and say yes, let’s do this. Our

group, PYLET, is the council for

Pacific Youth Leadership and

Transformation. Through this,

we are seriously saving Pasifika

young people’s lives. That’s the

motivation for me.

Do you approach things differently

when you’re working

specifically with Pasifika youth?

I definitely think we do. It’s

little things like understanding

our values. We’re brought up in

our family environment with

LEADER:

Wesley

Mauafu

chaired

the first

meeting

of PULSE

– Pasifika

United

to Lead

Suicide

Prevention

Education –

last year.

fa’aaloalo, which is the Samoan

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which means service. So service

comes into the community

work that we do, and respect

means respecting our elders.

Understanding our cultural

values helps us work better with

Pasifika youth.

The Pasifika community in

Christchurch is quite tight-knit,

right? Is that a strength, when

you’re fighting something like

suicide?

Well, we originally held three

suicide prevention workshops

and something we found was,

yes, we do have a very strong

community, but within Pacific

cultures there are also a lot of

stigmas we had to try to get rid

of before we could talk about the

actual issues. They were things

like we should sweep it under the

rug, because if we talk to young

people about suicide it might

plant the seed of suicide in their

mind. We also have to bring

down the stigma that you should

feel ashamed if someone in your

family has taken their own life.

We need to communicate with

our young people and our elders

that it’s okay to talk about it and

there is no shame in it, because

we are all going through hard

times. The next question is, how

do you talk to people about it?

That’s what we’re trying now

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and battling suicide earns youth award

That must be particularly important

since the earthquakes?

Definitely. We’re over-represented

when it comes to things

like mental health problems and

depression. A lot of our Pasifika

young people and community

live on the east side, and a lot of

us in the red zone felt we were

treated unfairly – not myself personally,

but it’s something I hear

a lot. It took a long time for the

Canterbury rebuild to make its

way to the east side, for our roads

to be fixed, for our houses to be

fixed. The feeling was, does our

city really care about us, when

it looked like the more well-off

on the other side of the city were

being taken care of first.

So what was the experience at

Parliament like?

It was fantastic. We met with

National MP Nuk Korako and

went to the gallery in Parliament

to watch David Cunliffe’s valedictory

speech, which was awesome.

It was actually my second time

going to Parliament, but the first

time going with my mum and my

sister, which was fantastic to do.

The best thing was that child-like

feeling, when I looked at my

mum and thought, yes, my mum

thinks I’m cool. In terms of the

community work I do, I guess my

friends and family know what I

do, but I don’t really talk in depth

about it. For my family, the only

time they really hear what I do is

when I get an award, so it’s pretty

special. And I’m a ‘mumma’s

boy’, so I just think if my mum

thinks I’m cool, I’m doing something

right in my life.

If it was your second time at

Parliament, when was the first?

I was part of a group presenting

to the Standing Orders Select

Committee, which sets the rules

that dictate how Parliament runs.

We went there saying if you want

more young people to vote and

be involved in democracy, you

need to make changes. They were

things like better utilisation of

Parliament TV and being able

to use your cellphones in Parliament.

And tell me a bit about your

life and interests outside of this

work?

To be honest, this takes a lot of

my life, and I really enjoy doing

TACKLE:

Wesley

plays rugby

for Sumner,

and hopes

his rugby

skills will

be a ticket

to travel

the world

one day.

PHOTO:

ROZELLE

MAY

this. But I do have other interests.

I play rugby for the Sumner

division 1 team. I’ve always loved

rugby. And I’m an engineering

student at Canterbury University,

currently second year in the civil

engineering department. Hopefully,

I should be done next year.

So you’re planning a career as

an engineer?

I still haven’t fully figured out

what kind of engineering I want

to do, but long term, yes, I want

to be a civil engineer. Short term,

I would love to travel, maybe

use the fact I can play rugby to

see the world, if I could play for

a European team somewhere.

I’d like to widen my experience

and then bring that back home.

But short and long term, I want

to keep working for my Pasifika

young people, in whatever capacity

I’m in.

And for the average person on

the street, is there anything we

can do day-to-day to help fight

suicide and mental illness?

It seems like such an airy-fairy

answer, but just a smile and a

bit of kindness goes a long way.

Having the courage to step out

in faith and ask someone if they

are okay, even if you don’t know

them, whether it’s an outlier in

a crowd, or if it’s a friend who

seems to be acting a tiny bit different.

These are signs, invitations

we call them, to go and talk to

them. Ask them, are you okay?

But at the same time, don’t expect

to be the answer and save their

life, just be there to listen and to

guide them to an actual professional

or counsellor. Don’t feel

the burden, because if something

does go wrong it’s not your fault.

Whatever you can give to a person,

your time or your presence,

is enough.

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Wednesday April 26 2017

Sumner score first win

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER celebrated their first

home game of the season with

a win in an 11-try blockbuster

against University at St Leonards

Square on Saturday.

The confidence-booster could

be just what the doctor ordered

going into the weekend’s big

clash against New Brighton in

the annual battle of the beaches.

The 42-35 victory over University

was also Sumner’s first win

this season. However, it took a

big second half effort after Sumner

were trailing by 13 late in the

first half.

“We just weren’t competing

in the first half, we were letting

them boss us around,” said Sumner

coach Martin Dodgson.

“We had a really good serious

hard chat at half time and then

the boys just came out and fired.”

Sumner came out looking like

Bays victory puts

them second in

Mainland league

Sumner resident Seb Sacht helped

Ferrymead Bays secure their fifth win

this season with a 1-0 victory over

Western in the latest round of the

Mainland Premier League. After seven

rounds Bays is just one point behind

competition leader Coastal Spirit, and

have a game in hand.

an all-new beast and turned the

tide early in the second half with

two tries in a matter of minutes

to take the lead. First-five Nik

Cumming set up Tom McFarlane

after throwing a dummy and

drawing the last man, before

Archie McBride and Poasa

Waqanibau combined near the

half-way line before the big Fijian

ran away and scored under the

posts.

Cumming crossed the line

midway through the second 40

to extend Sumner’s lead before

University answered back with a

try of their own.

Resilient defence in the final 15

minutes paid dividends for the

home side, enabling Sumner to

celebrate their first home game

with the right result.

Some explosive running and

dialled-in penalty kicking from

Cumming was key to the team’s

success.

“He’s a great little runner,” said

Dodgson. “He really can spot a

gap and put others through as

well. (Cumming) had a blinder

for us.”

New Brighton will offer a firm

test on Saturday. Last year’s

Hawkins Cup winner dealt to

SPORTS

BIG TACKLE: Sumner

first-five Nik Cumming

(tackling) was instrumental

in Sumner’s win against

University. He was not only

excellent on attack, but also

on defence.

PHOTO: ROZELLE MAY ​

Linwood 45-13 at the weekend

and will come to St Leonards

Square as the favourite.

“We want to respect the

history of the game and we’ll

welcome our brothers from New

Brighton with open arms, but all

I’ll ask is that we’re competing

with energy and enthusiasm. If

I see that, then we’ll get it done,”

said Dodgson.

Lavell takes out

champions title

John Lavell, of the Sumner club, won

the Bowls Canterbury Champion of

Champions men’s singles title at the

Woolston Club at the weekend. He

defeated Belfast’s Nathan Glassons

21-11 in the final to claim the title.

Lavell qualified for the tournament by

winning Sumner’s men’s singles title

earlier this year.

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PERSONALISED PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS

2018 Student Leaders: 1st Row: Vai Mariner, Crystal Mehlhopt, Jenna Hollis, Leeah Mullany, Sarah Moana Wooff-Smyth

2nd Row: Eden Pettigrew, Adonai Schwenke, Anaru Gray, Cole Barrie

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Message from the Principal

Kia ora koutou. Talofa.

Kia Orana. Malo e lelei.

Bula. Fakaalofa atu.

Namaste. Kumusta.

Haere mai ki te kura.

Warm greetings to

the Linwood College

community.

It is good to be able to report to our

community of the successes of Term One.

What is particularly pleasing is the increased

involvement of students in co-curricular

activities and the already close monitoring

of 2017 NCEA achievement. This means that

students achieving well are acknowledged

and further encouraged while students

with any early achievement ‘wobbles’ are

promptly noted, with student-family-school

conversations occurring. This is important to

us as we value the dual concepts of personal

pathways and personal excellence.

Connected to these student pathways is

another very pleasing development that has

occurred over Term One - the Community

of Learning (COL). COLs are schools

collaborating to ensure the student is at

the centre of all activity, but not just in the

individual school that they are in at the time,

but as students progress through their

education. Linwood College is already in

Dramatic Flair

Festival of Nations

For two days in March, Linwood College was on show

- in all its glory as communities from forty-seven

countries came together to take part in its very first

Festival of Nations. The idea was to create a multi-ethnic

celebration that reflected the contemporary Linwood

reality.

The event kicked off with a colourful Parade of Nations,

with students and communities, proudly marching in

their ethnic gear, preceded by their flag and placard

bearer.

“The range of colourful costumes worn by our students,

staff and community, was simply breath-taking,’ said

Navjot McCormack, Head of Linwood College’s English

Language Learning Department, the festival organisers.

The festival concluded with a Cultural Evening, a night

of spectacular entertainment. “One parent said that it

felt as if they were entering another world. I quite agree”,

said Mrs McCormack.

the Tamai COL. These schools are LC, Te

Waka Unua, Linwood North, Linwood Ave,

Bromley, Tamariki and Bamford. A few

weeks ago the Bays cluster of schools –

Sumner, Our Lady Star of the Sea, Redcliffs,

Mt Pleasant, Heathcote Valley – made an

application to become a COL with Linwood

College as their partnership secondary

school and this has been accepted by the

Minister of Education.

A practical example of how COLs are good

news is when Heathcote Valley’s Year 7-8s

stay after their regular Technology class

at LC to have enrichment Science, brain

dissection amongst other things! Another

enrichment programme that is occurring

for both COLs is debating and oratory.

Mrs Jac Yoder, our HOLA English; Mrs

Rose McInerney, Redcliffs Principal and

Ms Janeane Reid, Te Waka Unua Principal

have brought together our top debaters

and orators in Years 6-8 to work together

in an eight-week programme. Personal

excellence in action.

Nga mihi nui to our community as we close

Term One and prepare for the further

positive activity of Term Two. If any member

of the community wishes to talk to me about

anything, my door is open.

Richard Edmundson - Tumuaki-Principal

Year 10 students have recently

finished Commedia Dell’Arte

performances. This is an Italian form

of theatre which focuses on themes

such as Love, Food and Money.

2017 PRODUCTION: WOLFSTOCK

We are very excited to present

our production Wolfstock to our

community. With auditions now

completed, this will be performed

during the third term.

Taster Day 2017

Polyfest 2017

Linwood College students

represented the College

superbly during the recent

Polyfest 2017 event. This

was a day of celebration for

all Pasifika students living in

Christchurch.

The Polynesian festival

is a practical opportunity

to strengthen students’

knowledge of their cultural

heritage while showcasing

their dancing and

performance skills.

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Thursday 18 May 6pm-7.30pm

• Taster Open Afternoon for

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Tuesday 16 May 1pm-3pm

• Meet the Principal appointments:

Monday 15 - Wednesday 17 May

5.30pm-9pm

Taster Day offered students the

opportunity to see a range of different

out-of-class activities that are on offer at

Linwood College.

Some of these activities include:

community garden club, volleyball,

futsal/football, league, Pasifika, theatre

sports, young enterprise, cricket, kapa

haka, debating, car club, Mindfulness,

Duke of Edinburgh Awards, Cactus,

board games, rock bands, netball,

basketball, maths club, Robotics, Ki o

Rahi and choir.

More than sixty Linwood College

students have passed through the

rigorous ‘Cactus’ Program.

Cactus is a big commitment both

physically and mentally, challenging

the students from Years 7 to 13 to

test their limits with training starting

at 6.30am. Recently the Woolston

Fire Brigade supported the program

by providing onsite training at the

Woolston Fire Training Centre.

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Travel

Visiting the mystical city of Edoras

• By Mike Yardley

IT’S THE type of scenery that

screensavers are made for – Mt

Sunday, deep in the heart of the

Canterbury high country.

I always find it fascinating to

experience your own turf through

the lens of a tourist, gleaning fresh

perspectives from the outside

world on the place you call home.

Better known to movie-fans

as the mystical city of Edoras, I

recently joined a guided journey

to this spectacular cinematic location

with Hassle-free Tours.

Heading south of Christchurch,

in a comfortable six-wheel Toyota

Land Cruiser, with elevated seating

and panoramic windows, our

driver-guide, Hammond, set sail

on his illuminating, chatty commentary

on the two-hour drive.

We entered the Hakatere

Conservation Park, flanked by

the alpine lakes of Camp and

Clearwater and their tight cluster

of rustic batches. A quick photostop

to soak up the expansive

high country vistas served merely

as an appetiser for the majesty

that lay ahead.

On a heavily rutted gravel

Hakatere-Potts Rd, bracketed

in golden hills of snow tussock,

matagouri and toetoe, the most

celestial viewpoint appeared at

the Mt Potts Cutting, stretching

across the broad basin of the

Rangitata Valley, buttressed by

heroically high mountains and

sheer cliffs.

Welcome to the Kingdom of

Rohan. Much of the land belongs

to Mt Potts Station, however, in

SPECTACLE: Mt Sunday-Edoras.

the wake of the Lord of the Ringsinspired

popularity, DOC created

an easement to Mt Sunday aka

Edoras.

From the public car park, it’s a

15min walk up the southern spur

of Mt Sunday. However, one of

the many advantages of taking

the journey with Hassle-free

Tours is that it is the only operator

with a concession to drive past

the car park, fording the gin-clear

streams and up part of the mountain,

using the rutted track on the

northern spur, which the land

cruiser made light work of.

From there, it’s a rather effortless

stroll to the summit. Sixhundred

metres above sea level,

this rocky, protruding jewel in the

middle of this insanely photogenic

valley beckoned us like a

beacon. After we’d mounted the

summit, the 360deg alpine panorama

is so enthrallingly kaleidoscopic,

so jaw-droppingly epic,

not even a month of Sundays

basking in this perspective would

become boring.

There’s Erewhon Station of

Clydesdales-fame, the serpentine

braids of the Rangitata River, the

Southern Alps, the expansive valley

plain and the silvery, slinking

trail of Potts River. The air was

so crisp and clear, the mountains

seemed magnified with sharp

edges and spectacular shingle fans.

Only the sound of happilyclicking

shutters, competed

against the strengthening howls

of the wind. The wind-speed

reached 72km/h as we took in the

summit spectacle and endured an

involuntary facial exfoliation.

Notorious for wind gusts, Hammond

remarked that at the time

of shooting, the Rings crew were

buffeted by wind gusts as high as

180km/h. The real beauty of the

Hassle-free tour is all the insightful

behind-the-scenes nuggets.

On one particularly windy day,

Sir Peter Jackson’s glasses flew off

his face, over the cliff, never to be

seen again. There’s a movie relic

to hunt for.

Sir Peter stumbled upon this

cinematic location by sheer accident.

His location scouts were

choppering down to the West

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(Below) – Mt Sunday and the

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Coast, but were forced to fly east

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upon Mt Sunday by a stroke of

sheer luck. Many of the riders of

Rohan were actually women from

pony clubs in mid-Canterbury.

Hammond also explained

how the construction of the city

of Edoras took nine months,

showing us photos of the elaborate

sets, including Golden Hall,

which graced this rocky outcrop.

The cast and crew only spent 11

days actually shooting on sight.

In spite of the alpine location,

miraculously, they didn’t see one

drop of rain. Hammond also was

equipped with an arsenal of replica

weaponry and flags from the

movie, which we had great fun

posing with for obligatory photos.

A variety of movie featurettes

were played to our group, including

some cracking bloopers.

What really shone through was

how much the cast genuinely fell

in love with Mt Sunday. Driving

back to Christchurch, Hammond

finally revealed that he was Hammond

Peek, the double Oscarwinner,

who sound engineered

the Rings trilogy.

After 36 years in film and

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Offers end close of trade 7th May 2017, while stocks last. Available at participating stores only. Varietals may vary by store. Limits may apply.

Trade not supplied. Terms and conditions may apply. Available 24th April - 7th May 2017 inclusive. Please see www.superliquor.co.nz for details.

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