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Skate park may be rolling by July<br />

• By Caitlin Miles<br />

A TEMPORARY skate park<br />

could be operating in Sumner in<br />

several weeks.<br />

Sumner Green and Skate<br />

Group member Kimberley<br />

Mossman told a public meeting<br />

last week that it is working with<br />

the city council to find a suitable<br />

place for the temporary skate<br />

ramp in time for the school<br />

holidays in July.<br />

The announcement<br />

was met with excitement<br />

and clapping from the<br />

audience.<br />

Ms Mossman said the<br />

news was exciting for<br />

people as the skate ramp<br />

was “much loved” and<br />

“hugely missed”. The<br />

temporary skate ramp<br />

was located at 36 Wakefield Ave,<br />

Kimberley<br />

Mossman<br />

but was shut down on February<br />

10 when the city council<br />

ran noise tests and found<br />

it failed to comply with the<br />

city plan’s noise standards.<br />

But now the group is<br />

working with the city<br />

council to find a place to<br />

put the ramp while plans<br />

for a more permanent<br />

structure are put together.<br />

The group is currently in the<br />

process of working with the city<br />

council to create a feasibility<br />

study to identify where a skate<br />

park and community green<br />

space would best be suited.<br />

The study will involve looking<br />

at locations and talking to people<br />

from Ferrymead through to<br />

Sumner about the best place for a<br />

skate park.<br />

At the meeting, Ms Mossman<br />

said she knew it wasn’t good<br />

news for everyone, but they<br />

hoped to meet most of the<br />

community’s needs if they<br />

could.<br />

HAVE YOUR SAY: Where<br />

do you think the temporary<br />

skate park should go?<br />

Where should a community<br />

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thoughts to caitlin.miles@<br />

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

Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>17</strong> 20<strong>17</strong><br />

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THE<br />

EDITOR’S<br />

DESK News.................................... 3-15<br />

A GREAT photo on the front<br />

page this week taken by Ruth<br />

Leslie, mum of a Sumner Mussels<br />

under 7 rippa rugby player.<br />

Ruth captured players Evan<br />

Cameron, Marle Dickson and<br />

Hugo Prain with the awards they<br />

won after a hard fought win on<br />

Saturday – and those boys look<br />

very happy.<br />

Many thanks for a great shot<br />

Ruth, and if there are any other<br />

mums and dads who get their<br />

cameras out on the sports fields<br />

at the weekends, feel free to email<br />

them to sports reporter gordon.<br />

findlater@starmedia.kiwi<br />

More good news for local<br />

young people – a temporary skate<br />

park looks like it will be up-andrunning<br />

for the school holidays.<br />

We reveal on page 1 today that<br />

the park will be in place somewhere<br />

in Sumner by early July.<br />

– Barry Clarke<br />

Sumner No 8 Dylan Nel is at the top of the<br />

division 1 metro rugby MVP standings<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 3<br />

News<br />

Korako’s signs breach rules<br />

• By Gabrielle Stuart<br />

PORT HILLS National list MP<br />

Nuk Korako has been ordered<br />

to take down several of his signs<br />

because they are too big.<br />

He is one of several candidates<br />

cross Christchurch sent<br />

letters by the city council ordering<br />

them to take down signs<br />

which break advertising rules.<br />

Outside the election period,<br />

candidates have to follow city<br />

council rules, which ban any<br />

signs taller than 90cm or wider<br />

than 60cm unless they have<br />

special consent.<br />

Bigger signs of up to 3 sq m<br />

are allowed between July 22 and<br />

September 22.<br />

Mr Korako said he was not<br />

aware of the rules until he was<br />

contacted by the city council.<br />

He said he had no complaints<br />

about his signs last election.<br />

He said he had taken down<br />

some signs, including some<br />

large ones on Dyers Pass Rd,<br />

but had left others up in commercial<br />

areas, where he believed<br />

they did not break the rules.<br />

“The council has got a job to<br />

do, but they’ve been really good<br />

about it, they don’t come down<br />

on you with a hammer,” he said.<br />

There are also rules around<br />

election advertising, which is<br />

only allowed during the election<br />

TOO BIG: National MP Nuk Korako has been ordered to take down billboards this size on some<br />

residential streets because they break city council rules.<br />

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN<br />

period.<br />

But Mr Korako said his<br />

billboards were advertising his<br />

office, not asking for votes, so<br />

he believed they did not break<br />

the rules.<br />

City council head of regulatory<br />

compliance Tracey Weston<br />

said complaints had been made<br />

about 10 different election signs<br />

so far this year, and some of<br />

them were still under investigation.<br />

But she would not say who<br />

the signs belonged to, or if<br />

other candidates had also been<br />

warned.<br />

She said the majority of the<br />

signs were in residential areas<br />

and broke the rules because of<br />

their size and content.<br />

Christchurch Central Labour<br />

candidate Duncan Webb also<br />

had to take down several of his<br />

signs, because they were too big.<br />

He said he had seen dozens of<br />

other non-compliant signs up<br />

all over the city, but he was told<br />

by a city council worker that the<br />

rules were usually only enforced<br />

if someone complained.<br />

“So it comes down to people<br />

who might not agree with my<br />

politics complaining about my<br />

signs,” he said.<br />

•Korako’s column, page 9<br />

In Brief<br />

TIDE PUTS OUT FIRE<br />

The Sumner Volunteer Fire Brigade<br />

has found a new way to put out<br />

fires – let the tide take care of it. The<br />

crew was called to Boulder <strong>Bay</strong> near<br />

Taylors Mistake at about 10.40pm<br />

on Monday after reports of a fire<br />

on the beach. They found a small<br />

pile of building material ablaze and<br />

decided to let the incoming tide take<br />

care of it. A fire communications<br />

spokesman said it was great that<br />

mother nature could help.<br />

DISASTER PLAN MEETING<br />

A disaster response team set up<br />

in Redcliffs is planning another<br />

meeting on July 12 to look at the<br />

answers from a recent survey. The<br />

survey asked residents to answer<br />

questions about the response to the<br />

tsunami warning and what they<br />

think is important when planning<br />

for future events. A community<br />

emergency hub is also in the<br />

process of being set up, but it does<br />

not yet have a physical address. To<br />

get involved in the group, email<br />

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A health warning issued for Lake<br />

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Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>17</strong> 20<strong>17</strong><br />

Our People<br />

Amy Barry<br />

Tripping the light fantastic while<br />

A year on from winning<br />

Strictly Sumner, Amy<br />

Barry is preparing<br />

for another dance<br />

competition, Dancing<br />

with the Stars, a<br />

competition to raise<br />

money for charity<br />

organisation Home and<br />

Family. She spoke to<br />

Caitlin Miles about her<br />

passion for dance and<br />

why she moved from<br />

Germany to Sumner<br />

Were you a dancer when you<br />

were growing up?<br />

I did ballet, tap and modern<br />

which, I guess, you call jazz<br />

nowadays, when I was three and<br />

continued until I was around 16.<br />

I dropped ballet a bit earlier, I<br />

went to university and didn’t do<br />

much of it but I’ve tried different<br />

classes and different things.<br />

Then I moved to Germany and<br />

lived there for eight years and<br />

didn’t do any. Then I moved<br />

here three years ago and Strictly<br />

Sumner kind of threw me back<br />

into it with latin American-style<br />

ballroom dancing which was<br />

really, really different from my<br />

childhood.<br />

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Let’s go back a couple of<br />

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making<br />

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event.<br />

originally?<br />

I’m from the north-west of<br />

England, Lancashire, which is a<br />

bit further than Manchester up<br />

north.<br />

Did you move to Germany<br />

after you finished university?<br />

Yes, after I finished uni doing<br />

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where I met my husband and<br />

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Where in Germany were you<br />

based?<br />

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markets, it was really amazing,<br />

it was a really ex-pat community<br />

because Puma and Adidas were<br />

right across from each other so<br />

there were thousands of people.<br />

In our tiny village in Germany,<br />

we had 93 different nationalities.<br />

It was quite easy for my husband<br />

and I because there were so many<br />

nationalities there needed to be a<br />

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Do your children speak<br />

German?<br />

My little boy started as<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 5<br />

fundraising for charity<br />

What was it like going from<br />

the United Kingdom to Germany,<br />

was it quite different?<br />

Yes, it was a bit different but<br />

I think the biggest change was<br />

going from Germany to New<br />

Zealand because it’s so regiment<br />

in Germany and it’s so relaxed<br />

and open to suggestion here<br />

in New Zealand. Whereas in<br />

Germany it was all done one way<br />

and that was the only way, they<br />

wouldn’t think out of the box. It’s<br />

quite a breath of fresh air to come<br />

to New Zealand and have a fresh<br />

outlook on everything in life.<br />

It does sound very different,<br />

what brought you over here?<br />

My husband now heads up the<br />

design team for Kathmandu.<br />

Wow, that’s a big deal, and<br />

you live in Sumner?<br />

Yes, we did and we live in Sumner,<br />

we just bought our house at<br />

Christmas actually.<br />

Do you enjoy living in Sumner?<br />

We love it. It just has such a<br />

good community vibe and it’s so<br />

good for families and there are<br />

so many opportunities and I’m<br />

amazed at how many events are<br />

put on and how open it is and<br />

everybody gets together. Not just<br />

this community but New Zealand<br />

in general I think. Everyone<br />

treats you as a neighbour here<br />

which is the contrast to Germany,<br />

as lovely as it was there to<br />

live there. Here is different.<br />

Do the kids like living here?<br />

Yes, they do. My little boy is six<br />

and he goes to Sumner School,<br />

my daughter Frida is almost<br />

four and she goes to a local preschool.<br />

Are you working or a fulltime<br />

mum?<br />

I guess I’m a full-time<br />

mum, I’ve done some paintings<br />

and managed to sell some of<br />

those like at the playgroup we<br />

have something where mums<br />

can show what kind of stuff we<br />

can do just to get mum’s showing<br />

what they can do which is<br />

really cool. So I took in some of<br />

my artwork and got a few buyers<br />

which was great. I should really<br />

do more but it’s just one of those<br />

FAMILY:<br />

Amy with<br />

Oscar,<br />

Freda and<br />

husband<br />

Darren.<br />

things I never really set aside<br />

time to do. <strong>May</strong>be that’s the next<br />

thing once I do this charity stuff,<br />

do something for myself.<br />

How much charity work do<br />

you do?<br />

I just started picking it up last<br />

year with the community fundraiser<br />

called Strictly Sumner.<br />

Can you tell me a bit about<br />

that?<br />

Twenty contestants were paired<br />

together to make 10 couples and<br />

we had about three months training<br />

and we had to do a cha-cha<br />

(dance) on the night then we<br />

got to choose our second dance.<br />

My partner was the owner of<br />

Supervalue in Sumner and we<br />

practiced and practiced and practiced<br />

because we wanted to do a<br />

fun dance with jumps and lifts<br />

and everything. The audience<br />

loved in.<br />

Why did you decide to give<br />

Strictly Sumner a go?<br />

I guess since I was dancing<br />

when I was a kid and this was<br />

a new style and something new<br />

that I wanted to try. I guess also<br />

because I was new to Sumner and<br />

not working this was something<br />

I wanted to try and throw<br />

myself into the community<br />

and help raise money for the<br />

community at the same time<br />

as learning something new and<br />

doing something a little outside<br />

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So you’re already planning<br />

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It’s on <strong>May</strong> 26 at the Sumner<br />

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When is the Dancing with the<br />

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June 22.<br />

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News<br />

Volunteers take on Sky Tower<br />

• By Caitlin Miles<br />

FIREFIGHTERS FROM Banks<br />

Peninsula have spent months<br />

raising money and training<br />

for the Sky Tower Challenge,<br />

collectively raising more than<br />

$30,000.<br />

Members from the Lyttelton,<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> and Governors<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> Volunteer Fire Brigades<br />

all competed in the gruelling<br />

challenge, which took place in<br />

Auckland on Saturday.<br />

The firefighters raced up 51<br />

flights of stairs while carrying<br />

25kg of gear.<br />

The money raised from the<br />

event is a yearly fundraiser for<br />

Leukemia and Blood Cancer New<br />

Zealand.<br />

Lyttelton Volunteer Fire<br />

Brigade were creative with<br />

their fundraising ideas to raise<br />

$15,966.97 towards the cause, including<br />

hiring themselves out to<br />

the highest bidder to do whatever<br />

they needed.<br />

The nine team members had<br />

varying success and it was the<br />

first time Candice Milner took<br />

on the challenge, she completed<br />

it in 26min and 32sec and placed<br />

55 out of 68 females. Jeremy<br />

Wheeler was the fastest in the<br />

team, he placed 49 in the open<br />

category, with a time of 13min<br />

and 21sec.<br />

Governors <strong>Bay</strong> raised just over<br />

TOUGH: Candice Milner heads for the steps as part of the<br />

Lyttelton Volunteer Fire Brigade’s Sky Tower Challenge.<br />

$13,000. Bern White placed third<br />

in the supreme masters category,<br />

for competitors 60 and over, with<br />

a time of 13min and 21sec.<br />

Fellow team member Rob<br />

Brown completed the challenge<br />

in 12min 8sec. He placed fourth<br />

in the grand masters’ category,<br />

for competitors aged between 50<br />

-59.<br />

The other seven members of<br />

the team all completed the challenge<br />

in various times.<br />

All of the teams raised more<br />

than they aimed too. Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> raised $1300 with both<br />

members finishing the challenge<br />

in under 20min.<br />

More than 900 firefighters from<br />

around the world took part in the<br />

challenge, so far $1,248,879.35<br />

has been raised for Leukemia and<br />

Blood Cancer New Zealand.<br />

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THE CLOCK is finally<br />

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The final touches were<br />

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The clock suffered moderate<br />

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22, 2011, earthquake and<br />

needed repairs.<br />

Work on the historic<br />

clock tower was built in<br />

1953 on the site of the<br />

old Lyttelton Goal. It<br />

was designed by John<br />

Hendry, an architect from<br />

Christchurch, and built by<br />

Lyttelton local Dr Charles<br />

Upham.<br />

Work by city council contractors<br />

started in January<br />

to bring the tower up to 67<br />

per cent of the new building<br />

standard.<br />

A new roof has been put<br />

on the tower, decorative<br />

lighting has been added, the<br />

tower has been cleaned and<br />

the clock has been restored<br />

to working order.<br />

The city council budgeted<br />

$<strong>17</strong>0,000 for the work to be<br />

completed.<br />

REPAIRED: The final touches<br />

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Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>17</strong> 20<strong>17</strong><br />

Your Local Views<br />

Long process to school move<br />

Pirate’s Corner<br />

Heathcote<br />

ward city<br />

councillor<br />

Sara<br />

Templeton<br />

writes<br />

about the<br />

proposed<br />

land swap<br />

to move<br />

Redcliffs School to Redcliffs<br />

Park and the importance of<br />

listening to the views and<br />

opinions of the community<br />

On April 27 the Ministry of<br />

Education formally asked to<br />

acquire Redcliffs Park from the<br />

city council for the relocation of<br />

Redcliffs School.<br />

This follows the Ministry’s<br />

due diligence on the site and<br />

formally starts the city council’s<br />

processes. The first step is for the<br />

city council to decide to send it<br />

out for consultation.<br />

The process to acquire the<br />

land is quite a long one and<br />

complicated by the fact that<br />

much of the park is actually<br />

Crown-owned but managed by<br />

the city council.<br />

One of the communities’ clear<br />

concerns with the use of Redcliffs<br />

Park is the loss of local green<br />

space, so it is good to see that an<br />

effective ‘swap’ is being offered by<br />

the MoE, for the old school site<br />

on Main Rd.<br />

The consultation for both the<br />

‘disposal’ of Redcliffs Park and<br />

‘acquisition’ of the Main Rd<br />

site will happen concurrently.<br />

A hearings panel will then<br />

hear submissions and make a<br />

recommendation to city<br />

council, which has the final<br />

decision.<br />

It is vitally important that<br />

all voices are heard as part<br />

of the process so that we can<br />

get the best outcomes for the<br />

community. There is a difficult<br />

tension between the long-term<br />

needs of the wider community<br />

and the very real impacts that<br />

that may have on individuals<br />

within the community and the<br />

process needs to be an open and<br />

transparent one where everyone<br />

can be confident in the decision<br />

making.<br />

While the city council goes<br />

through this process, the MoE<br />

will start consulting on the<br />

planning framework for the<br />

site.<br />

The MoE wishes to use Section<br />

71 of the Regeneration Act to<br />

override the District Plan and<br />

‘designate’ Redcliffs Park for<br />

education purposes.<br />

This will also be open for<br />

community consultation, but it<br />

is important that any decision<br />

on this not happens before the<br />

city council makes its decisions<br />

on the disposal of the land, so<br />

as to not prejudice the decisionmaking<br />

process.<br />

Throughout this time is it<br />

important that we stay respectful<br />

towards each other as members<br />

of the community, that we are<br />

accepting of differing views and<br />

open to real conversations where<br />

we don’t just listen to respond,<br />

but listen to understand each<br />

other.<br />

Be prepared for winter<br />

• By Gary Manch, navigational<br />

safety officer, Lyttelton<br />

WE HAD our first frost the<br />

other day, signalling that winter<br />

is inevitably sneaking up on us.<br />

I have to admit I am a summer<br />

person, however, I am<br />

a great believer in using the<br />

quieter months for maintenance<br />

– including painting posts,<br />

and replacing signs and buoys<br />

throughout Canterbury.<br />

As I travel around the region<br />

I am constantly reminded how<br />

very privileged we are to live in<br />

such a beautiful environment.<br />

I can see that you are wondering<br />

‘where is he going with this?’.<br />

Well nowhere in particular<br />

in terms of reminding boaties<br />

of the rules – I’ve done my fair<br />

share of that over the past few<br />

months, giving advice in relation<br />

to various rules and regulations<br />

with a little bit of safety information<br />

thrown in for good measure.<br />

My message today is simply<br />

that winter is always a good time<br />

to consolidate our thoughts and<br />

prepare for the oncoming spring.<br />

My old army instructor had a<br />

great saying, which was known<br />

as the 5Ps.<br />

Prior preparation prevents<br />

poor performance.<br />

I can harp on all day about<br />

rules, regulations and safety –<br />

but I’m sure you’ll agree that the<br />

5Ps sums up our boating ethos in<br />

a nutshell.<br />

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If you are going boating during<br />

the winter months, please<br />

remember, take two forms of<br />

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Cruise ship berth will<br />

be good for Lyttelton<br />

Port Hills<br />

list MP Nuk<br />

Korako<br />

writes<br />

about what<br />

cruise ships<br />

returning to<br />

Lyttelton will mean for<br />

the area<br />

Tomorrow I am hosting<br />

the deputy prime minister<br />

and Minister of Tourism,<br />

Paula Bennett, in the Port<br />

Hills. I am delighted that<br />

as part of her visit, I will<br />

be able to take her to Gladstone<br />

Quay, and show her<br />

where the Lyttelton Cruise<br />

Berth will take shape over<br />

the next two years.<br />

The announcement from<br />

city council that $56 million<br />

will be invested in the<br />

new cruise berth is great<br />

news for Lyttelton and for<br />

Christchurch, and comes<br />

after a lot of work from<br />

members and leaders in the<br />

Lyttelton community.<br />

We have been concerned<br />

for a couple of years that<br />

if a cruise berth wasn’t restored<br />

to Lyttelton soon, we<br />

INCOME: An artist’s impression of a cruise ship at<br />

the new berth.<br />

would see cruise ship companies<br />

skipping Christchurch,<br />

and perhaps even the<br />

whole South Island.<br />

It makes sense that Lyttelton<br />

Port Company’s first<br />

priority has been the activities<br />

that generate the most<br />

income for the company.<br />

In the absence of expectations<br />

to the contrary from<br />

their shareholder, the city<br />

council, the expectation<br />

of a business is that it<br />

maximises profit from its<br />

operations.<br />

However, the city council<br />

needs to look at the bigger<br />

picture of what is best for<br />

our city and our region.<br />

The city council has<br />

done the right thing, and<br />

Christchurch can expect<br />

a big boost in tourism<br />

income as a result.<br />

It will be important that<br />

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Lyttelton, not just pass<br />

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It is a credit to everyone<br />

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cruise ships are coming<br />

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The berth is due to be<br />

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Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>17</strong> 20<strong>17</strong><br />

Your Local Views<br />

Life in <strong>Bay</strong> area inspired exchange student<br />

Ferrymead<br />

Rotary member<br />

Barbara Crooks<br />

writes about a<br />

previous Rotary<br />

exchange<br />

student and<br />

what she has<br />

gone on to achieve since<br />

being in the programme<br />

Twenty years ago when Bianca<br />

Theeruth was a Rotary exchange<br />

student from South Africa<br />

living in the <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> area<br />

and going to Linwood College,<br />

running was not part of her<br />

deal. But a few weeks ago she<br />

ran the London Marathon.<br />

Not because she’s now a<br />

runner of great talent.<br />

“I had never run a mile, let<br />

alone attempt 26.2 of them<br />

willingly,” she said.<br />

But because she wanted to<br />

support education and social<br />

justice in southern Africa by<br />

helping fund post-graduate<br />

scholarships.<br />

After her exchange year<br />

– when she was hosted by<br />

Ferrymead Rotary – she studied<br />

agriculture in South Africa<br />

and earned a Nelson Mandela<br />

scholarship for post-graduate<br />

study in the United Kingdom.<br />

“A decision influenced by my<br />

Rotary year in New Zealand,”<br />

she said. She has been involved<br />

in pig and dairy research in the<br />

UK since.<br />

Her marathon training<br />

involved 189 days, three to<br />

five runs a week, four sets of<br />

trainers, and twice hitting the<br />

infamous “wall”.<br />

She came to enjoy running.<br />

She gathered £1698 (NZD<br />

$3197.47) in sponsorship,<br />

some of it from old friends<br />

at Ferrymead Rotary, for her<br />

Canon Collins Educational<br />

Trust scholarship cause.<br />

She said in the week before<br />

the marathon, she experienced<br />

a wave of emotions – anxiety,<br />

nerves, excitement, pride and<br />

sadness – that she would miss<br />

the running she had come to<br />

love.<br />

On the day, she powered<br />

through the 42.5km in just<br />

under four and half hours,<br />

“raised three blisters and<br />

tears of joy, and had the best day<br />

out”.<br />

Along the way with 40,000<br />

others, she found herself in<br />

awe of runners with physical<br />

impairments fundraising for<br />

their respective charities.<br />

“It was an incredibly<br />

humbling experience,<br />

demonstrating the strength and<br />

potential of the human body<br />

and mind. And the crowds<br />

cheering us on were amazing –<br />

total strangers shouting out your<br />

name and encouraging you on<br />

your way. I have learnt so much<br />

about myself,” she said.<br />

So, what do you do after<br />

your first marathon and you’re<br />

hooked on running.<br />

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easy: You enter the Birmingham<br />

Marathon in October and<br />

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change to get fit, healthy and<br />

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students.<br />

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Call for volunteers to help<br />

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REPLANTING 7200 plants<br />

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<strong>May</strong> 25, and each session will accommodate<br />

up to 80 volunteers.<br />

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Hills ranger Di Carter said the<br />

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News<br />

Event to celebrate market<br />

IT’S BEEN six years since the<br />

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market<br />

was set up to support people<br />

following the February 22, 2011,<br />

earthquake – and it’s still going,<br />

offering the same support.<br />

With no supermarkets close<br />

by and a limited amount of food<br />

and water available, Mt Pleasant<br />

resident Tom Davies decided to<br />

set up a market to help people<br />

get what they needed.<br />

Six years on the market’s key<br />

role has shifted a little, while<br />

there isn’t an emergency associated<br />

with it any more it still<br />

provides people with what they<br />

need. While it also provides a<br />

place for members of the community<br />

to meet or “bump into<br />

one another”.<br />

A long lunch has been<br />

planned for Queen’s Birthday<br />

weekend to celebrate what the<br />

market has provided for the<br />

community. It will, of course,<br />

involve the fresh produce often<br />

sold at the market through a<br />

three-course meal created by<br />

local chef Kris Buist.<br />

A team of volunteers will help<br />

in the kitchen, serve the food<br />

and provide the music.<br />

Event organiser Linda Rutland<br />

said even after all this time<br />

the market was still widely used<br />

TASTY: The long lunch is planned to celebrate what the farmers’ market has provided the<br />

community with for the last six years.<br />

by locals.<br />

“While locals tell us they<br />

enjoy shopping at the market to<br />

buy fresh, locally grown food,<br />

the opportunity it provides each<br />

week for residents to “bump”<br />

into one another while buying<br />

artisan bread or a piece of handmade<br />

cheese is just as highly<br />

valued,” Ms Rutland said.<br />

•The event is planned for<br />

12.30pm on June 5 at the Mt<br />

Pleasant Centre. Tickets can<br />

be bought from the centre<br />

from the or phone Ms Rutland<br />

on 384 2160 or 021 239<br />

8946.<br />

Money raised from the<br />

tickets will go back into the<br />

market, to help improve it.<br />

Water being<br />

pumped again<br />

at Birdlings Flat<br />

PUMPING HAS resumed at<br />

Birdlings Flat after repairs were<br />

made to a water well.<br />

Water was trucked from<br />

Christchurch to Birdlings Flat for<br />

over a month following concerns<br />

over the well’s structural safety.<br />

The Jones Rd well services the<br />

Birdlings Flat community but was<br />

out of use from the start of April<br />

due to structural damage at the top<br />

of the well head.<br />

Head of Three Waters and Waste<br />

John Mackie said it was inspected<br />

by well drillers using CCTV who<br />

found no issues with the rest of the<br />

structure. The top of the well head<br />

has been upgraded to prevent the<br />

well casing from slumping in future.<br />

Mr Mackie said the reason for the<br />

slump was still unknown.<br />

Water samples taken to assess the<br />

quality and safety of the water have<br />

shown “no degradation of water<br />

quality” he said.<br />

The council resumed pumping<br />

from the Jones Rd well last Tuesday.<br />

Mr Mackie said costs for repairing<br />

the well and trucking in<br />

60,000-litres of water per day were<br />

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Nel shows his class<br />

• By Gordon Findlater<br />

TWO TRIES from Dylan Nel<br />

were a feature of Sumner’s<br />

dominant 52-15 win over High<br />

School Old Boys on Saturday.<br />

The South African No 8<br />

missed the previous week’s<br />

disappointing loss to Burnside<br />

due to a call up to the Crusaders.<br />

On Saturday, he returned to<br />

show why he is on the cusp of the<br />

Super Rugby side as he provided<br />

plenty of go forward to help<br />

Sumner record only their second<br />

win of the season.<br />

“Anytime you put a guy like<br />

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Sumner coach Martin Dodgson.<br />

Nel is currently tied on eight<br />

points with Lincoln University’s<br />

Josh McKay in the most valuable<br />

player standings for the division<br />

1 rugby competition.<br />

He is also Sumner’s top try<br />

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Sumner were aided by the<br />

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and Canterbury Mitre 10 Cup<br />

representative Marshall Suckling,<br />

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“It was huge for us having him<br />

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Nel and Suckling are<br />

also part of a five-strong<br />

Sumner contingent named in<br />

Canterbury’s 31-man squad for<br />

the upcoming Ranfurly Shield<br />

defences against Wanganui on<br />

June 21 and Mid-Canterbury on<br />

August 4. They will be joined by<br />

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Sumner is currently in eighth<br />

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KEY MAN: Dylan Nel will look to help his team to a win against<br />

Shirley when the two meet on Saturday.<br />

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The last time the two<br />

teams met, Nel scored two<br />

tries in a 41-7 win at Burwood<br />

Park.<br />

Lawson up for sportsman of the year<br />

Winning a record 11th national title has seen Sumner Bowling<br />

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New Zealand national championships in New Plymouth. He<br />

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PORT HILLS Athletic Club’s<br />

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Create ’n’ Connect Art and Craft<br />

Group<br />

Thursday, 9.30am-noon<br />

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

getting crafty go along to this<br />

group. Take your own project or<br />

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

in the group are there to offer<br />

help or advice. Meet new likeminded<br />

creative people and learn<br />

new skills. Pass on your tips and<br />

pick some up from other people at<br />

the group. This event aims to help<br />

with your projects and meet new<br />

people. Phone Beth on 022 678<br />

1252 for more information.<br />

St Andrews Anglican Church,<br />

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

Bardo of the Nectar Lovers<br />

Today until June 4 – various<br />

times<br />

The latest exhibition from 50<br />

Works Gallery features new pieces<br />

by Maryrose Crook. She used oil<br />

on canvas to create her surrealist<br />

pieces. Take a wander around the<br />

gallery and check out all of the<br />

pieces on display from a range<br />

of different artists. The gallery is<br />

open Thursday and Friday, 2pm-<br />

4pm and Saturdays, 11am-4pm.<br />

Other times by appointment.<br />

50 London St.<br />

Babytimes<br />

Friday, 10.30am-11am<br />

This event allows for parents<br />

and caregivers to interact with<br />

each other while letting the babies<br />

learn. At these sessions babies<br />

learn through language, rhymes,<br />

songs, stories and play. The babies<br />

learn together and build connections<br />

with each other.<br />

Lyttelton Library, 18 Canterbury<br />

St. Free entry<br />

Rhythm and bubs<br />

Friday from 9.30am-11.45am<br />

If you’re looking to engage<br />

your baby or pre-schooler in<br />

music go along to this event<br />

run every Friday morning for<br />

a series of 30min sessions. This<br />

event runs during term school<br />

times. The sessions allow for<br />

children, parents and caregivers<br />

to meet one another and interact<br />

with others around the Sumner,<br />

Redcliffs and Mt Pleasant area.<br />

Mainly Music is a fun and<br />

educational music and movement<br />

session followed by morning tea<br />

and a social and play time. The<br />

first session is free, $4 per session<br />

after that. Phone Hazel on 384<br />

1965 or 021 077 1264 for more<br />

information.<br />

St Andrews Church, 148 Main<br />

Rd, Redcliffs.<br />

Charlesworth Reserve<br />

Community Planting Day and<br />

Gala<br />

Sunday, 10am-noon<br />

Charlesworth Reserve is<br />

being restored to protect a tidal<br />

wetland and the surrounding<br />

coastal shrubland and forest.<br />

This is an important habitat for<br />

native wetland birds. This year<br />

there are 1800 plants to add to<br />

the project. Join the city council<br />

rangers, Trees for Canterbury<br />

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by 5pm each Wednesday<br />

and Ihutai Trust for the day and<br />

make a valuable contribution to<br />

restoration. Make sure to bring<br />

clothing appropriate for any<br />

weather and don’t forget to take<br />

a water bottle and sturdy shoes<br />

or gumboots. Gloves, tools and<br />

sunscreen are all supplied.<br />

Charlesworth Reserve. Free<br />

Storytimes<br />

Tuesday, 11am-11.30am<br />

Encourage reading in your<br />

pre-schoolers. Storytimes have<br />

interactive programmes which<br />

include stories, songs, rhymes<br />

and play. Have children meet<br />

each other and build friendships<br />

at this event while learning more.<br />

Pick up some library books to<br />

read to them at home.<br />

Lyttelton Library, 18<br />

Canterbury St. Free entry<br />

Cages for trees<br />

Be a part of the effort to restore<br />

the Port Hills following the fire<br />

which destroyed a lot of plant<br />

life. City council rangers aim to<br />

put in 7000 plants and to do that<br />

they need you to help construct<br />

8400 protective cages. The cages<br />

protect the plants from being<br />

eaten by hares.<br />

This event is on until <strong>May</strong> 14 at<br />

various times in Victoria Park at<br />

the ranger headquarters.<br />

TRIKE FUN: This event highlights road safety by getting<br />

children and the whole family involved. Everyone is<br />

encouraged to take their trikes, bikes and scooters to the<br />

community event which will involve fun games, races and<br />

learning about road safety to promote New Zealand Road<br />

Safety Week. Make sure to take your helmets and any other<br />

safety gear you might need. There will be a sausage sizzle<br />

and fruit provided at the fun event. It will take place outside<br />

Moa Kids pre-school at Barnett Park on Main Rd from 10amnoon.<br />

Gold coin donation to attend and the money goes<br />

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The weekly markets have<br />

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London St<br />

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Exercise<br />

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Regular physical activity improves brain function<br />

even in young adults considered in their prime and<br />

at the height of cognitive ability, according to a<br />

University of Otago study.<br />

A<br />

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improves brain function in<br />

older adults, but there is a<br />

limited amount of literature on how it<br />

affects young adults.<br />

The Otago researchers, led by<br />

Department of Psychology Senior<br />

Lecturer Dr Liana Machado, set out to<br />

test the oft-held belief that the brains of<br />

young adults in their prime might not<br />

benefit as much as older people from<br />

regular sustained exercise.<br />

They took 52 tertiary students, aged<br />

between 18 to 30, and put them through<br />

a series of cognitive tests on a computer<br />

while measuring oxygen availability in<br />

the frontal lobe of their brains, as well as<br />

their self-reported exercise frequency.<br />

Dr Machado says their “surprising”<br />

findings, just published online in the<br />

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both blood supply to the brain and<br />

cognitive functioning appear to benefit<br />

from regular exercise in young adults.<br />

“This provides compelling evidence<br />

that regular exercise, at least five days per<br />

week, is a way to sharpen our cognitive<br />

ability as young adults – challenging<br />

the assumption that living a sedentary<br />

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The research also provides potential<br />

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who regularly engage in aerobic exercise<br />

tend to function better on a cognitive<br />

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“I think the idea that young people do<br />

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she says.<br />

“The exercise could involve brisk<br />

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The researchers also found that body<br />

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Dr Machado says she had noticed<br />

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Mon- Sat 8am - 12 noon<br />

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NEEDS<br />

• Bathroom repairs<br />

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chcheast@laserplumbing.co.nz<br />

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027 318 2614<br />

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call Greg Brown, Crystal<br />

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