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It was a hard 21.1km for

Sumner Running Club

member Lisa Brignull, but

that didn’t stop her from

winning the female category

of the Hanmer Four Square

half marathon on Saturday.

Brignull, who lives in Mt

Pleasant, completed the race

in 1hr 32min, taking home the

winning title for the first time.

It’s not the first time she has

competed in the race, usually

managing a second or third

placing. However, Brignull put

more into her training regime

to get the win. She has now set

her sights on the Christchurch

Marathon next month.

•More sports, page 19

PHOTO: KARL VAN BEEK

• By Caitlin Miles

A DISASTER response group is

being set up in Redcliffs to offer

help and support during natural

disasters.

The Redcliffs Residents’ Association

is in the process of establishing

the Redcliffs Response

and Resilience Team to get the

community involved in the local

emergency planning and preparedness

in the case of a natural

disaster.

The group has been established

as a result of the poorly planned

tsunami response following the

November 14 Kaikoura earthquake.

It is currently in the very

early stages of planning.

There was a lot of confusion

following the November 14

earthquake which struck just

after midnight, and the Canterbury

coast was put on a tsunami

warning. Redcliffs residents were

unsure if they needed to wait for

the tsunami sirens, self-evacuate

immediately or move to

higher ground.

The mixed messages from the

city council and Civil Defence left

residents confused and roads congested

– with many not knowing

where to go.

Redcliffs Pharmacy owner

Daryl Sayer, who is also the

Sumner chief fire officer, said it

was a “great idea” for the area

– especially after the tsunami

warning.

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PAGE 2 BAY HARBOUR Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi

Wednesday May 10 2017

FROM

THE

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Inside

News....................................3-16

TODAY WE reveal on page 1 a

major step forward in dealing with

a natural disaster.

An emergency response group

is being set up in Redcliffs to offer

help and support during an earthquake

or tsunami.

This comes out of the debacle

when the Kaikoura quake hit, and

the very real threat of a tsunami

striking along the east coast.

So it’s great to see the powers

that be are planning ahead for the

worst. And with large offshore

fault lines in Pegasus Bay and

further north that could generate

a 7-plus magnitude quake, the

chance of a tsunami striking our

coastline is very real.

Be prepared.

On a more cheery note, congratulations

to Sumner runner Lisa

Brignull who won the Hanmer

half marathon at the weekend (see

page 1).

– Barry Clarke

Success for young Sumner relay runners

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Development for Naval Point

LESS THAN adequate facilities at

Naval Point has spurred the city

council into developing the area –

and it’s looking for public input.

The Naval Point Development

Plan includes making improvements

and upgrades at Magazine

Bay, Lyttelton Recreation Reserve

and the public boat ramp.

The upgrades have been a long

time coming, with increasing

demand on the current facilities

as the size of organisations using

them continue to grow.

Naval Point and Magazine

Bay is home to Naval Point

Club Lyttelton and Coastguard

Canterbury. The city council is

already working with these and

other community groups and

organisations in the development

of the plan.

The facilities are also used by

many others for recreational

water sports including power

boats, trailer sailors, dinghies,

windsurfers, wakas, stand-up

paddle boarders and swimmers.

As a result, the city council

has opened up consultation so

the public can have a say on the

development plan for the area.

The city council wants a better

understanding of how the area

is currently being used and what

the public would like to see in

FEEDBACK SOUGHT: The city council is looking to upgrade and develop Naval Point and the

surrounding areas.

the future on the site.

The information gathered

from the city council will be

used to create a development

plan, which will then go out for

consultation once the city council

design team have formulated

an idea for its future use.

Consultation on the first

stage of the development is

open until May 30.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: What

upgrades do you think

should be made? email

caitlin.miles@starmedia.kiwi

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GRANT EXTENSION

THe city council has approved

the extension of a heritage

grant for a year on the former

Lyttelton Harbour Board

building. The $333,548 grant

was originally approved for 18

months and should have been

finished in April, however,

the extent of the damage and

design plan needed more

work than originally planned

and the build started to run

behind schedule. The city

council had to approve the

extension or the grant would

be taken away.

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Gretchen Foster, Mike Norris,

Stewart Sinclair, Peter Young

and Pam Richardson. As

work towards the rebuild

of the hospital gets closer,

an independently chaired

appointments panel selected

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the fundraising and future

planning and development

of the hospital. have been

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Disaster response

group planned

•From page 1

“There was very little in the way

of planning and organisation, if it

had been better planned we could

have had more people in houses

than halfway up hills in their

cars,” Mr Sayer said.

The group has identified an

urgent need for tsunami evacuation

planning with a focus on

community education.

Redcliffs Residents Association

secretary Pat McIntosh said

creating the group and a plan was

important for the area.

“Of course the recent tsunami

and evacuation is fresh in everyone’s

minds and this area is

vulnerable so there is a pressing

need to improve the plans for

such an event and ensure that the

whole community understands

what to do in the event of another

warning and need to evacuate the

coastal area,” Dr McIntosh said.

The group is working with Civil

Defence and Emergency Management

to work out evacuation routes

for people in Redcliffs to use in the

case of an emergency, whether it be

a fire, flood, tsunami, earthquake

or other disasters.

• Anyone who would like

to get involved in the

emergency response group

should email redcliffs.

ra@gmail.com for more

information.

Ripapa Island building to be dismantled

• By Bridget Rutherford

RIPAPA ISLAND’S damaged

Fort Jervois workshop building

will be “sensitively” dismantled

next week – but it is not known

when the island will reopen to

the public.

The corrugated iron and

timber building was deemed

irreparable by engineers and historians.

Its walls were blown out

during a storm in 2014 following

Cyclone Ita.

Department of Conservation

Christchurch operations

manager Andy Thompson said

eight people would go over late

next week to do the work, which

would take about two days.

He said they would remove

the cladding from the outside

of the building and it would be

winched over.

The rotten timber will be burnt

on the island, while recyclable

material would be helicoptered

away, he said.

Ripapa Island is a former pa

site and was later used as a quarantine

station, prison and coastal

defence centre. It has been closed

to the public since the September

2010 earthquake.

Mr Thompson said originally

it was hoped once the workshop

was removed, the island could be

reopened.

But two months ago it was

discovered the island’s wharf

was badly earthquake-damaged,

he said.

It was not yet known whether

it could be repaired, but Mr

Thompson said it would be

costly.

He said the other buildings

also needed restoration, but it

was unknown when that could

happen because DoC needed to

fund it.

“It’s not a $10,000 project, it’s

closer to a $1 million project,” he

said.

“We’re always looking for

opportunities and we’re open to

ideas and suggestions and open

to working with others.”

PROGRESS: The workshop building on Ripapa Island will be

dismantled next week after it was deemed irreparable.

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Firefighters do odd jobs,

climb Sky Tower for charity

Lyttelton Volunteer Fire Brigade’s Jeremy Wheeler,

Ian Rees, Andrew Legge, Candice Milner, Andrew

Yaxley, Jack Montgomery and Kevin Hurl have been

hiring themselves out to help around the place. From

chopping wood to serving dinner, brigade members

have been doing the dirty work for a good cause.

They have been raising money for Leukaemia and

Blood Cancer New Zealand as part of the Sky Tower

Challenge. The team leaves for Auckland tomorrow to

take part in the gruelling challenge, carrying 25kg of

gear up 51 flights of stairs and 1103 individual steps at

the Sky Tower on Saturday. The team aimed to raise

$6000 for the cause, but have more than doubled their

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Another community meeting with police unlikely

• By Caitlin Miles

IT’S UNLIKELY another

meeting will be held between

Lyttelton police and the

community, in spite of what the

community board say.

After months of concerns from

Lyttelton residents over the lack

of policing in the community,

a meeting was held in March to

clarify the crime rate in the community

and answer questions

from residents.

About 25 people attended,

including members of the Banks

Peninsula Community Board,

community patrol team and local

MPs.

In the community board’s

agenda, it was mentioned the

“meeting was not well-attended”

and questioned if another meeting

could be held between police

and the community.

Community board chairwoman

Christine Wilson said if there

was a need for another meeting

it would be considered. She was

“disappointed” more people did

not attend the first one.

However, Sergeant Dave

Knowles said he didn’t think the

police would be interested in

another meeting so soon.

“I don’t see that police would

be that interested in doing

another meeting . . . it was up to

them (the community) if they

wanted to attend for whatever

reason,” he said.

Resident Paul Dietsche, who

has been campaigning for more

police coverage, said the turn out

was low because it was “poorly

advertised” and didn’t give people

enough time in advance to

diary it and arrange to attend.

“If the community board step

up and host it and plan it well

in advance, I think more people

would go. I hope more people

would,” he said.

Sergeant Knowles said while

a meeting wasn’t on the cards,

he couldn’t rule out the possibility

several months “down the

track.”

HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

think the Banks Peninsula

Community Board should

host a meeting between

the community and police?

Send your views to caitlin.

miles@starmedia.kiwi

In Brief

CAR PARK PLAN

THe former Lyttelton Museum

site could be used for temporary

car parking. The Banks Peninsula

Community Board has requested

city council staff provide

information on the possibility

of using the site on Gladstone

Quay for temporary parking until

another use for the site has been

decided. The community board

has also asked city council staff

to look into the possibility of

creating angle parking on Exeter

St.

RESERVE FUNDING

The Drayton Reserve Stream

Enhancement programme has

received funding towards

the park’s restoration. The

Christchurch West Melton

Zone Committee approved

$2225 to go to the programme.

This particular project aims

to improve the ecological

functioning of the stream and

surrounding landscape.

TRUST FORMING

THe Birdlings Flat community is

setting up a formal trust to run

and manage the newly-repaired

community centre. Members

of the trust will be in charge

of managing the building and

are interested in hearing from

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interested in being involved.

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In Brief

SPEED LIMIT DECISIONS

THe speed limit changes planned

for Little River will be decided at

tomorrow’s city council meeting.

The Banks Peninsula Community

Board has recommended the city

council approve the lowering of

speed limits on various roads

in Little River. Currently, it is

planning to reduce speed from

70km/h to 60km/h on Council

Hill, Morrisons, Barclays and

Wairewa Pa Rds, where they

intersect with State Highway 75,

as well as through the township.

CONSULTATION TO CLOSE

Consultation on improvement to

pedestrian safety in Akaroa closes

today. The document outlines

seven intersections that don’t

comply with the New Zealand

Transport Agency’s guidelines.

The majority of the safety issues

relate to the lack of tactile

paving, which are textured yellow

surfaces that aid pedestrians

who are visually-impaired.

Some car parking will have to

be removed and one intersection

will be changed from a give way

to a stop sign. 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. To make a

submission go to the city council

website.

Port Hills fire in print

• By Caitlin Miles

A GOVERNORS Bay volunteer

firefighter and his partner have

spent nearly three months

documenting the Port Hills

fire in a soon to be released

book.

Firefighter Rob Brown and

his partner Kristie Fogarty have

never written a book before

but they thought sharing the

photos and stories of local firefighters

would be a good time

to start.

Mr Brown said he wanted the

book to be a “great coffee table

book” to show people what it

was like during the fires in February

– from the Governors Bay

side of things.

The couple has spent many

late nights and weekends

dedicated to putting the book

together – with the finishing

touches and last minute edits

being completed at the

moment.

Ms Fogarty said the idea of

the title, On the Burning Edge

was decided early on.

“The location of where the fire

was, right on the edge of our

community just seemed to fit so

well,” Ms Fogarty said.

It was also on the edge of their

property, Ms Fogarty said they

were evacuated as the threat

of the fire crept closer to their

own home – but they were lucky

with no damage.

She said putting the book

together didn’t bring back a

lot of bad memories, since the

community were so supportive

during that time.

“I was still a bit new to the

community at the time but

everyone came together. The

partners were keeping the fire

station topped up and the community

was offering so much

help and support,” she said.

The book consists largely of

photos and the stories from

the Governors Bay volunteer

firefighters sharing their perspective.

The proceeds made from the

146-page book will go towards a

new shed being built at the Governors

Bay fire station, which

IMMENSE: The

couple chose

the cover

photo to show

the size and

enormity of the

fire.

is expected to cost around

$100,000. Money will also go to

local charities.

Mr Brown said the selling

1000 copies of the book is a

dream, but he would be happy

with 500.

The couple aims to have the

book finished by the end of the

month, it will be sold at the

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PLAN: Traffic signals for pedestrians on Norwich Quay will provide a safer route

to the bus stop.

Safe route across road

• By Caitlin Miles

A NEW “smart” crossing

designed for pedestrians

goes live in Lyttelton

this week – to keep those

crossing busy Norwich

Quay safe.

The New Zealand Transport

Agency released the

plans to install a signalised

crossing on Norwich Quay

last year, to help make it

easier for pedestrians crossing

the busy road to get to

the bus stop.

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touches were put on last

week and the lights will

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ACHIEVERS

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Plans to upgrade reserve

FINALISTS: Suzanna Davis, Ruby Blake-Manson and

Hermione Murden (right) will compete in a problem solving

contest in the United States.

Peninsula girls to foot it with

top problem solvers in US

THREE GIRLS from Banks

Peninsula are going to the

United States to represent their

schools in an international

problem solving competition.

Suzanna Davis, from Port

Levy, and Ruby Blake-Manson,

from Charteris Bay, both 16, are

part of a team set to represent

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School at

the Future Problem Solving

international finals in June.

Hermione Murden, 12, also

plans to attend the finals,

representing Selwyn House.

She will compete in the junior

division of the competition.

The competition will take

place at Wisconsin University

from June 3 to 14 and involves

more than 2200 young people

from around the world.

The topic for this year’s

competition is biosecurity.

It involves the participants

combining their knowledge in

science, social and ethical issues.

The girls have all been

fundraising. Suzanna and Ruby

both need to raise $3603 each to

cover flights, competition costs,

insurance and accommodation.

Hermoine needs to raise

$4700. She has hosted several

fundraisers and applied

for funding from other

organisations to help cover the

costs.

The girls have all requested

$300 from the Banks Peninsula

Community Board to go

towards the costs.

A TREE hut, bike track and skate

park could be key features in the

redevelopment of a Governors

Bay reserve.

In November last year, the city

council asked the community to

provide ideas on three different

sections of the Governors Bay

Community Centre and Pool

Reserve.

It received feedback from 59

people, including school children,

residents and community groups.

From the feedback, the city

council has created a landscape

plan to take to the community

before it goes before the Banks

Peninsula Community Board.

It involves improving the current

bike pump track, building a

half pipe and a tree hut to create

the feeling of being in the tree

canopy.

More play equipment, including

swings and balancing logs,

will be included, along with a

picnic area near the half pipe.

The plans propose removing

seven trees in the reserve, five due

to their declining health and two

to make room for the bike track.

The plans also include putting

screens up near the existing

swimming pool for better privacy,

more planting will also be

added to existing flower beds.

Consultation on the plans

NEW IDEAS: A tree hut among the forest canopy, a half pipe

and bike track are all possibilities for the reserve.

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Your Local Views

Cruise ship berth

positive for Lyttelton

Labour MP

Ruth Dyson

writes about

developments

in Lyttelton and

impact a lack

of funding has

on services

volunteer organisations can

offer

Lyttelton has been in the news

lately – and mostly for very

positive reasons.

THe city council’s decision to

fund the $56 million cruise ship

berth is great news not just for

Lyttelton but actually for the

whole of the South Island.

While some small cruise ships

have been going to Akaroa in the

last few years, actually both Lyttelton

and Port Chalmers have

been missing out on visits, with

many cruise ships not heading to

the South Island at all.

The build challenge is huge and

is expected to take two and a half

years – which doesn’t seem long

given the size of the job.

In the same week, the work on

the first of three stages to build

the Te Ana Marina began. Over

the next few weeks, the piles,

which are being poured in Lyttelton,

will be trucked through to

the west to be installed.

This part of the work is expected

to be completed by November.

It will be so good to see this inner

harbour area developed and

made attractive, including the

upgrade of the Woolstore building

and the provision of public

amenities.

But the bad news is that Community

House, which provides

amazing support for local people

and includes the Youth Centre,

has had its funding cut and, as a

result, has had to reduce services,

staff and hours.

The new model that seems to

be driving Government funding

and also funding from organisations

such as the Rata Foundation,

is that the group getting

the funding has to move to be

“sustainable”.

Might sound good in theory –

a bit like “social investment” but

what it doesn’t recognise is that

some support services are provided

for free to those who need

them by volunteers who clearly

don’t get paid!

This is what a lot of our community

and voluntary sector

work is about and expecting

them to become “sustainable”

in terms of funding is an out of

touch attitude.

Adrian Daly responds to an

article in last week’s Bay

Harbour News about the

closure of the tearooms in

Orton Bradley Park

I am disappointed to hear that

a decision by the Orton Bradley

Board will close the Victorianstyle

cafe after such a short trial.

I think the Victorian-style presented

by Annie is a great idea,

befitting the heritage nature of

the park.

A cafe in Orton Bradley/Charteris

Bay should be a draw for

people into the park, and a plus

for camping users. My question

would be, how limited was the

marketing of the cafe and park,

to provide a business starter

booster.

My guess would be that few

members of the large Christchurch

population on the doorstep

probably had no knowledge of

the cafe’s existence. I think if

they did they would be delighted

by what Annie has to offer. It’s a

lovely building with individually-styled

rooms, outside seating,

and amazing cakes and deserts,

to say the least.

I guess the idea of a Victorian

cafe may have less appeal to

younger visitors, so perhaps

it needs complementing with

another attraction such as developing/extending

the mountain

bike trails.

Visitors hosted by Rotarians

Ferrymead Rotary member

Barbara Crooks writes

about international visitors

coming to the area and

bilingual education

A dozen North American

Rotarians were enthralled by

the traditional Maori welcome

and entertainment they received

at Woolston’s Te Waka Unua

School.

Visitors Chris and Joe Townley

said the group was highly impressed

by the enthusiasm, passion

and repertoire of the young

boys and girls from the school’s

bilingual education unit.

After a powhiri, and a hongi,

the children performed a haka,

songs and dances. Chris Townley

says they were brilliantly

entertained and the visitors

were intrigued by the children’s

ability to perform in front of an

audience.

The group, from Washington

State, United States, and Vancouver

Island, Canada, was part

of Rotary’s International Friendship

Exchange programme,

which brings people together for

social and cultural interaction.

Groups of around 12 Rotarians

exchange on a district-todistrict

basis and are hosted

by Rotarians. This group was

hosted in Ashburton, Hokitika,

Nelson, Blenheim and Christchurch.

A programme was organised

to show aspects of life in New

Zealand – farming, tourism and

wine-making.

If you want to come along to

Ferrymead Rotary you would

be very welcome. Phone Kai

Tovgaard on 384 9485.

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Wednesday May 10 2017

FERRYMEAD SUPER LIQUOR

Ferrymead liquor store now in

New ownership and a move across the car park area

to another building have seen Ferrymead Super Liquor

undergo a complete transformation.

After purchasing the business in 2016, Jeremy de Gouw

decided to give it a new lease of life so it would be in keeping

with the many other exciting developments happening in

Ferrymead.

“We needed to keep up with the neighbours, so I moved

the business to the new premises, which are three times

the size of the previous outlet, and designed the store to fit

with the future of Ferrymead,” Jeremy says.

The completely refurbished premises offer a bright,

spacious and modern environment for customers, with

a huge range of products on display. These include an

extensive selection of wines from right across New

Zealand, with a strong emphasis on boutique varieties

rather than mainstream brands. Many of them are single

estate wines, and labels include Gibston Valley and quality

Penfolds wines. Sam Neill’s Two Paddocks wines have

been introduced to the store, along with Graeme Norton’s

Sauvignon Blanc, which is produced in Marlborough.

Many international wines are also stocked.

There is also an excellent range of Scotch whisky, which

Jeremy describes as one of the best in the area, as well as

brandy, Jack Daniels and other popular spirits.

Ferrymead Super Liquor also offers an extensive range

of beers to suit all tastes. These include craft beers, such

as the local Monsoon brand, Epic, Pan Head, Shakespeare,

Moa and Monteith’s. Many of them are available in single

500ml bottles, not necessarily packs, giving customers the

opportunity to give new ones a try. And customers are

invited to chat to the staff about the products and get some

advice.

“Our friendly staff at Ferrymead Super Liquor don’t just

sell liquor – they help customers make informed choices,”

Jeremy says.

“Customers can also email us their order and we will

have it ready for them when they come in. Our specials

can be found on our Super Liquor website or follow us on

Facebook, where we post our group specials and the odd

Ferrymead treat.”

Wine tastings on Friday and Saturday afternoons, of new

and unique products are an opportunity for customers to

taste different labels and varieties, Jeremy says.

Jeremy has also introduced a corporate supply service in

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that are putting on work functions or promotional events.

“Businesses can either email or phone their orders and we

will deliver. We have mobile Eftpos so it’s very simple, plus

it saves them time. Talk to our team about it,” Jeremy says.

After 25 years’ experience in different areas of the retail

sector, Jeremy is now enjoying the liquor store environment

and the customer interaction it provides.

“The customers come in to buy products that they are

going to enjoy socially with their family and friends, so

it’s a pleasant experience for them. And they often like to

spend a few minutes chatting – I really like having that

interaction with them,” he says.

Ferrymead Super Liquor has plenty of parking

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Wednesday, 10am-9pm, Thursday to Saturday, 10am-

10pm. It is located in Kite Lane, opposite the new

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ferrymeadliquor@gmail.com.

Staff members Dave and Jaspreet

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Jeremy brings 25 years’ experience in the

retail sector to his new business, and he

is enjoying the new environment and the

customer interaction it provides.

“The customers come in to buy products

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their family and friends, so it’s a pleasant

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SCHOOLS

News

Riverbanks earmarked for clean-up

MIX: Benjamin Derwahl stirred

the vegetables to make chips.

Garden delights

DIAMOND HARBOUR School

pupils have been reaping the

rewards of their garden by

making some vegetable chips

from the produce.

As part of the Garden to Table

programme, the pupils collected

beetroot, artichokes and potatoes

to make the chips. They also

collected grapes and bananas to

make ice-cream before sitting

down to enjoy their reward.

DECORATE: Finn Simpson,

Maci Hemapo and Zoe Ross

• By Noah Graham

GROUPS ARE getting ready to

clean up riverbanks.

This Saturday, hundreds

of volunteers will don their

gumboots to pick up rubbish littering

Christchurch riverbanks

for the annual Mother of All

Clean Ups.

Volunteers will line the Avon-

Heathcote Estuary as well as the

Heathcote and Avon rivers to

try and clean out waste that is

further polluting the rivers.

Avon-Heathcote

Estuary

Ihutai Trust

co-ordinator

Tanya Jenkins

said the cleanup,

held on the

Helene

Mautner

eve of Mother’s

Day every year,

was an opportunity

to give a gift

back to Mother Nature.

“We were thrilled to see such

an enormous turnout of caring

people last year.

“Close to 1300 members of

the public tidied 156km of river

bank and estuary edge,” she said.

More than 20 tonnes of

rubbish was collected last year

which ranged from plastic bags

to computers and even a sheep

carcass.

RUBBISH: During last year’s Mother of All Clean Ups more

than 1300 volunteers removed more than 20 tonnes of

rubbish from the Opawaho/Heathcote River. ​

“We are hoping that we collect

less this year as the aim of the

event is to raise awareness of the

issue and for individuals to take

responsibility for their careful

disposal of rubbish,” Mrs Jenkins

said.

Opawaho-Heathcote

River Network co-chairwoman

Helene Mautner said volunteers

would not need to get into the

water, they would just be cleaning

the banks.

“We have a saying: If your feet

get wet you’ve gone too far.”

Dr Mautner said it was a great

couple of hours to be involved

in.

The two-hour clean-up starts

at 10am, with volunteers urged

to register through ohr.co.nz.

However, people are welcome to

turn up on the day.

Last year, more than 50

community groups joined the

clean-up.

Where to meet:

Forest and Bird – 10.30am,

Radley St bridge.

The Tannery – 10am,

Cumnor Tce.

Forest and Bird – 9.30am,

off Ferrymead Park Dr,

Ferrymead, Heathcote,

signposted from Bridle Path

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Cashmere Stream Care

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Pl.

Cashmere Technical

Football Club – 10.30am,

Centennial Park beside the

stream, behind where ‘first

kicks’ is held.

Lower Cashmere

Residents Association

– 11.30am, footbridge by

Zeroes.

Cashmere Road

Somerfield Residents

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Barrington St and

Cashmere Rd bridge

BNA and Friends of Ernie

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Controversial decisions

play role in Sumner loss

• By Gordon Findlater

A DISALLOWED try and a sinbinning

in the final 15 minutes

proved costly in Sumner’s 14-25

loss to Burnside on Saturday.

With the game in the balance,

Sumner thought they had taken

the lead late in the match at

Burnside Park when winger

Wesley Mauafu dived over in

the corner.

However, the tide turned on

Martin Dodgson’s side.

The try was disallowed after a

touch judge spotted a punch at a

scrum leading up to the try.

“The confusing thing was that

they sighted the punch but they

couldn’t tell which player threw

the punch. Ironically, the only

thing we could see on video

after the match was a Burnside

player punching our guy,” said

Dodgson.

It only got worse for Sumner

with first-five Nik Cumming

sin-binned before full-time for a

no-arm tackle.

They didn’t have better luck

before kick-off with captain Joel

Rabbidge and Callum

Wisbey both ruled out after

pulling up lame in their warmups.

The last minute injuries

resulted in the club’s division

two head coach Peri Marks

receiving a last minute call up

and rushing across town to

make the game.

Dodgson is hopeful the two

injured players will be fit for

Saturday’s encounter with High

School Old Boys. Sumner will

also have the services of No

8 Dylan Nel after his return

from South Africa with the

Crusaders.

SPORTS

HUSSLE: Sumner hooker Tu’uta Simaile shows his power

during his team’s 14-25 loss to Burnside.

“That’s going to be a massive

boost. He competes every single

day and it was great to see him

get called over to South Africa,”

said Dodgson.

With High School Old Boys

dwindling at the bottom of

the Hawkins Cup standings,

maximum points will be

Sumner’s objective at Bob Deans

Field this weekend.

WINNERS: Jade Majendie, Amelie Clark and Abi Scott-Douglas

combined to win the grade eight race at Bottle Lake Forest.

Young Sumner athletes

shine in forest relay run

YOUNG SUMNER runners

had a successful outing at the

weekend’s children’s forest relays.

It was a successful debut in the

event for the Sumner Chipettes

grade eight girls team, of Amelie

Clark, Abi Scott-Douglas and

Jade Majendie.

Each running a 1.9km lap, the

team took out their grade with a

winning margin of 2min 30sec.

They also finished first, second

and fourth individually with less

than 30 seconds separating

them.

Sumner’s grade 12 boys and

girls also did well, finishing

second and third respectively,

while the mixed 18 team,

comprising of Oliver Egan, 18,

Sam Clark, 13, and Lili Ovendale,

15, finished second overall.

The next race on the calendar

is the Jane Patterson on May 20,

which is the first individual race

of the season.

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Which one is better for our

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 21

Email caitlin.miles@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Sumner Community Meeting

Wednesday, 6.30-8pm

If you live in the area and want

more information about local

community projects and meeting

more people in the community,

head along to this event. The

community information expo

has several different groups and

organisations attending for you

to meet face-to-face with other

locals, ask questions and gain

more information about the

area. There will be several guest

speakers as well.

Sumner School hall

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 or pick some up from

other people at the group. Phone

Beth on 022 678 1252 for more

information.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. Free entry

Bardo of the Nectar Lovers

Today until June 4, various

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The latest exhibition from

50 Works Gallery features new

pieces by Maryrose Crook. She

used oil on canvas to create her

surrealist pieces. Take a walk

around the gallery and check out

all of the pieces on display from

a range of different artists. The

gallery is open Thursday and

Friday, 2-4pm, and Saturdays,

11am-4pm. It is open other times

by appointment.

50 London St

Babytimes

Friday, 10.30-11am

This event allows for 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

Rythym and Bubs

Friday from 9.30-11.45am

If you’re looking to engage your

baby or pre-schooler in music,

go along to this event run every

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30-minute sessions. This event

runs during term school times.

The first session is free, $4 per

session after that. Call Hazel on

384 1965 or 021 077 1264 for

more information.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Concert of Concerts

Saturday, 7.30-10.30pm

Orange Studios need help

fundraising to allow it to hold

public concerts. To help meet

the $10,000 target, the studio’s

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including music, belly

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ranger headquarters. ​

Storytimes

Tuesday, 11-11.30am

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 looking

around any of the markets

happening in the area at

the weekend.

Lyttelton Farmers’

Market: Every Saturday,

10am-1pm, London

St

Mt Pleasant Farmers’

Market: Every Saturday,

9.30am-12.30pm, 3

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Akaroa Farmers’

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Three great danceworks. One great show.

Episode 31 • Tuplet • Cacti

Isaac Theatre Royal 9 – 10 June

CHOREOGRAPHY BY ALEXANDER EKMAN

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Prepare yourself for an electrifying night out as the RNZB presents not one,

but three razor-sharp works by Alexander Ekman, performed together for

the first time. A highlight of the RNZB’s 2016 Speed of Light programme;

don’t miss this opportunity to experience Ekman’s exuberant, complex

rhythms and witty, stylish staging.

Tuplet

Tuplet, for just six dancers, is the most intimate

of the three works, riffing off the split-second

precision of contemporary ballet dancers at

the top of their game. Created for Cedar Lake

Contemporary Ballet, it premiered in New York in

2012.

Video and set design / Alexander Ekman

Costume design / Nancy Haeyung Bae

Lighting design / Amith Chandrashaker

Music / Mikael Karlsson, Victor Feldman, Bart Howard

Image: Tuplet, photograph by Rhys Cozens, courtesy of

National Dance Company Wales

Episode 31

Episode 31 is larger in scale, a torrent of youthful

vigour harnessing the energy of New York City.

Made for the Senior Graduation Class at The

Juilliard School, it premiered in New York in 2011.

THREE by EKMAN

Isaac Theatre Royal

Friday 9 June 7.30pm ‡

Saturday 10 June 1.30pm *

Saturday 10 June 7.30pm †

Adults $49 - $110

Children $25-$50

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SUBSCRIBE & SAVE 20%

Book for Three by Ekman together with Romeo &

Juliet (25 – 26 August) and receive a 20% subscriber

discount plus a complementary programme with

every two tickets purchased. rnzb.org.nz/subscribe


FREE PRE-PERFORMANCE TALK

Friday 9 June 6.30pm

Join our special presentation before Friday’s

performance for an insight into our production. Free

30 minute event – no booking required, just come

along early on the night.

As funny as

it is memorable.

| THEATREVIEW.ORG.NZ

ON CACTI

Video and set design / Alexander Ekman

Costume design / Luke Simcock

Lighting design / Nicole Pearce

Music / Mikael Karlsson, Erik Satie, Ane Brun

Image: Episode 31, photograph by Cheryl Mann, dancers

Derrick Agnoletti and Aaron Rogers, courtesy of The

Joffrey Ballet

Cacti

Cacti (2010) brings it all together, combining

hilarious insights into the dancers’ innermost

thoughts with a mesmerising musicality. Once

again, the RNZB will be joined by the New Zealand

String Quartet onstage for all performances.

Set and costume design / Alexander Ekman

Lighting and co-set design, technical supervision /

Tom Visser

Music / Joseph Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz

Schubert

Performed by / the New Zealand String Quartet

Text written and spoken by / Spenser Theberge

Image: Cacti, photographs of Cacti by Maarten Holl

Its sheer speed

was thrilling!

| THE DAILY TELEGRAPH (UK)

ON EPISODE 31

…witty and

sophisticated …

| NEW YORK TIMES

ON TUPLET

*

FREE POST-PERFORMANCE Q&A

Saturday 10 June, immediately after the matinee

A panel of RNZB dancers will take questions from

the audience for 10-15 minutes after the show. No

registration needed, just stay in the auditorium after

the show, please feel free to move closer to the stage.


WARM UP, CURTAIN UP BEFORE THE

SHOW (GOLD COIN DONATION)

Saturday 10 June, 6.20pm

Watch the RNZB dancers in a short class on stage as

they prepare for the evening performance. A great

opportunity to see behind the scenes and gain a

greater understanding of what happens at the theatre

in the countdown to curtain up. No registration

needed, just turn up early!

Service fees apply to all bookings. Please check with the relevant

agency at the time of booking. The Royal New Zealand Ballet

reserves the right to alter any advertised schedule of artists and/or

performances without notice. All prices are GST inclusive. Subscriber

tickets can be purchased direct from your local ticketing agency

in person, or over the phone. We regret that it is not possible to

purchase subscriptions online. Details are correct at the time of

printing.

SUPPORTED BY

NATIONAL TOURING

PARTNER


Katie

Hurst-Saxton

Born and trained in

Christchurch, Katie

Hurst-Saxton was

offered a contract with

RNZB at just 16 years of

age, the youngest-ever

full time member to join

the company. Here she

talks about preparing to

dance Three by Ekman

at the Isaac Theatre

Royal.

“From the very first moment

I started learning the Ekman

repertoire, I fell in love with it! It’s like nothing I’ve ever danced

before in my 15 year career. What I love most about the Ekman style

is the rhythms we get to make, with both our bodies and our voices.

All three works are to such ‘feel good’ music and have a quirky sense

of humour, so you can’t help but enjoy yourself while you’re dancing.

Watch the RNZB take Class on Stage

The RNZB invites teachers and their students to observe their national

ballet company taking class. These close-up encounters act as a

fantastic refresher as well as a learning tool for teachers, and provide

a source of inspiration and motivation for students. Don’t miss this

unique opportunity to watch the full company in action during their

daily class, which will take place on stage in the stunning setting of the

Isaac Theatre Royal.

Saturday 10 June 2017, 11am2

Duration of class is 1hr 15 mins

Cost $10 per ticket

Suitable for all dance teachers, dance students aged 9 or older and

accompanying adult.

Booking essential at rnzb.org.nz/classsonstage

Performing in my hometown always brings a bag of mixed emotions.

On the one hand I get extremely excited to be performing in the

stunningly beautiful Isaac Theatre Royal, which feels so normal,

so right, and is almost comforting to me. But on the other hand I

know the majority of the dance world in Christchurch, which makes

me nervous, because I want to perform perfectly for them and

make them proud. When you know that certain people are in the

audience, it brings a nervous tension to your dancing – which can

often make for a better show!

I can’t wait to be back in Christchurch with the Royal New Zealand

Ballet’s Three By Ekman. Make sure you book your tickets for a night

of fist pumping, high energy fun!”

A special thank you to our Christchurch-based sponsors and supporters, including:


Three great danceworks. One great show.

A cheeky effervescence, an

irrepressible energy and a

beguiling wit.

| NEW ZEALAND HERALD ON CACTI

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COVER IMAGE

Photography: Ross Brown

Makeup: Kiekie Stanners and Grace Howarth for M.A.C

Hair: Amy McLennan

Loughlan wears jacket and shirt by Hugo Boss and trousers by

Studio W, available from David Jones. Veronika wears top and

trousers by Hailwood.

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Photographer: Maarten Holl

Dancers Georgia Powley and Leonora Voigtlander in Cacti, 2016.

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