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School project gets kids into karts<br />

• By Caitlin Miles<br />

TWO DESERVING boys at<br />

Redcliffs School spent weeks<br />

building themselves karts which<br />

are now their pride and joy.<br />

When Joel Peck, 11, and<br />

George Jarman, 12, were asked<br />

what they would like to build as<br />

part of some hands-on learning<br />

by their teacher, Michelle Mc-<br />

Ewan, Joel didn’t hesitate when<br />

suggesting karts.<br />

Ms McEwan enlisted the help<br />

of the school caretaker, Chris<br />

Smith, who had built a kart for<br />

the school pupils to use at lunch<br />

time a couple of years ago.<br />

Simone Loader, a teacher aide,<br />

said it was about getting the boys<br />

interested in doing something<br />

that wasn’t just “pen to paper”.<br />

She said they were involved in<br />

the project every step of the<br />

way.<br />

“It was quite in-depth . . . they<br />

had to do the design, source the<br />

materials from the Eco Store,<br />

build models and everything<br />

before they could start building,”<br />

Ms Loader said.<br />

Joel’s mum Paula said it was<br />

very exciting for her son and<br />

he “comes out of his shell” when<br />

he learns in a hands-on way.<br />

“It sits right outside our front<br />

door. It’s pride of place and no<br />

one but Joel is allowed to touch<br />

it,” she said.<br />

Mr Smith said he was<br />

“delighted” to work with the<br />

boys. Joel and George met with<br />

Mr Smith every Tuesday, to work<br />

on the project.<br />

Readers<br />

beat<br />

drums for<br />

skate park<br />

in Sumner<br />

• By Caitlin Miles<br />

THE DRUMS are beating for a<br />

skate park in Sumner.<br />

Locals have written to <strong>Bay</strong><br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> News this week saying<br />

why a skate park would be<br />

beneficial to the community (see<br />

pages 4/5).<br />

The letters are in<br />

response to those<br />

against a skate park<br />

– published in the<br />

<strong>May</strong> 24 issue of <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Lucy Hone<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> News.<br />

The issue is a hot<br />

potato.<br />

There are plans to have a temporary<br />

skate park open for the July<br />

school holidays – location as yet<br />

unknown.<br />

Today, reader Lucy Hone said<br />

a skate park and village green<br />

would benefit people of various<br />

age groups. She also said while<br />

it was good to see a library and<br />

community centre running again,<br />

it was important to have outdoor<br />

spaces for people of all ages to be<br />

active and enjoy.<br />

Richard Harcourt said his son<br />

skated everywhere to get around,<br />

but there was nowhere for him<br />

and his friends to socialise and<br />

skate in the area.<br />

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

Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>31</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

FROM<br />

THE<br />

EDITOR’S<br />

DESK<br />

AKAROA PENSIONER Sue<br />

Stewart has taken the law into her<br />

own hands after she tripped on<br />

uneven pavings in Akaroa (see<br />

page 3).<br />

The plucky 67-year-old has spray<br />

painted the offending area and is<br />

determined to force the city council<br />

into carrying out repairs.<br />

Sue suffered facial injuries in the<br />

fall – which is a warning to others,<br />

particularly the elderly.<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News will follow<br />

her campaign.<br />

The drums are beating loudly for<br />

a skate park in Sumner.<br />

In our last issue, we published<br />

readers’ letters against a skate<br />

park in the area. This week locals<br />

in favour of a skate park have<br />

responded in kind (see pages 4/5).<br />

It’s a hot potato.<br />

In sport, congratulations to<br />

Sumner bowler, the timeless Gary<br />

Lawson, (page 16) for his latest accolade.<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 3<br />

News<br />

Pensioner strikes back<br />

FRUSTRATED: Sue Stewart tripped on an uneven tile and fell<br />

and grazed her face.<br />

PHOTO: VICTORIA ANDREWS<br />

• By Caitlin Miles<br />

AFTER AKAROA pensioner<br />

Sue Stewart tripped over uneven<br />

tiles and fell grazing her face<br />

on the footpath, she took it<br />

upon herself to spray paint the<br />

hazardous concrete and loose<br />

tiles.<br />

Ms Stewart, 67, fell when she<br />

was walking along the Akaroa<br />

waterfront and decided to point<br />

out the uneven surfaces to other<br />

people.<br />

She spray-painted the footpath<br />

in broad daylight and hoped<br />

the police would see her and try<br />

and stop her from carrying out<br />

“graffiti”. However, no police<br />

were present.<br />

She marked the area to help<br />

prevent other people from falling<br />

and injuring themselves.<br />

“Locals have been complaining<br />

about the state of the tiles<br />

around the waterfront for ages,”<br />

Ms Stewart said.<br />

The city council recently carried<br />

out public consultation on<br />

safety improvements at footpath<br />

intersections.<br />

The focus of the consultation<br />

was on installing tactile pavings<br />

– textured, yellow surfaces that<br />

aid pedestrians who are visually<br />

impaired. It also included kerb<br />

improvements and some road<br />

painting to make it clear where<br />

the footpath ended and the road<br />

began.<br />

Ms Stewart said it was<br />

frustrating that improving the<br />

uneven concrete didn’t make it<br />

into the consultation.<br />

“It’s really bloody annoying.<br />

This is my village, I was born<br />

here. It breaks my heart to see<br />

my town falling into the sea,”<br />

she said.<br />

City council staff went to<br />

look at the uneven surfaces and<br />

investigate what could be done<br />

about the problem.<br />

Ms Stewart said while she<br />

hadn’t broken anything but<br />

when she fell it had knocked her<br />

confidence.<br />

HAVE YOUR SAY: What do<br />

you think of the state of the<br />

pavement and tiles around<br />

Akaroa town centre? Send<br />

your views to caitlin.miles@<br />

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In Brief<br />

LAND SWAP FEEDBACK<br />

The city council has started<br />

consultation on the proposed<br />

land swap, which involves<br />

moving Redcliffs School to<br />

Redcliffs Park. The plan is to<br />

exchange ownership of Redcliffs<br />

Park for the school site. The<br />

swap has been proposed by the<br />

Ministry of Education, which<br />

wants to exchange the school<br />

site it owns in Main Rd for the<br />

city council-owned Redcliffs<br />

Park on Beachville Rd. Under<br />

the proposal, there would be a<br />

new park on the current school<br />

site and the school would be<br />

built on the current Redcliffs<br />

Park. Submissions to city<br />

council close on June 26. •Ruth<br />

Dyson’s column, page 13<br />

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Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>31</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

Your Local Views<br />

Readers respond to a<br />

recent article about the<br />

temporary skate ramp<br />

returning to Sumner by July<br />

Simon Dickson, Sumner –<br />

In regards to the article on a new<br />

temporary site for a skate park in<br />

Sumner.<br />

I would like to acknowledge<br />

what a positive move for our<br />

community this is. I realise<br />

there has been a lot of debate<br />

around this matter and that it<br />

is an ongoing work in progress,<br />

and this step is a step in the right<br />

direction.<br />

The site seems very appropriate<br />

as it is close to our community<br />

centre, safe for our kids is regards<br />

to traffic, and does not<br />

seem to be a disruptive site for<br />

residents or businesses. I have<br />

two young boys who have both<br />

benefited from the social engagement<br />

with older kids and the<br />

ability to take on a challenging<br />

sport.<br />

The skate park, when open, is a<br />

highlight of Sumner for our family<br />

and we believe there should<br />

be a permanent fixture for our<br />

family and generations to come.<br />

Richard Harcourt, Sumner<br />

– It was very disappointing to<br />

have the temporary ramp closed<br />

down, not that long after Levis<br />

generous offer was withdrawn as<br />

a result of some resident pushback.<br />

CLOSED: Readers want a new skate park in Sumner.<br />

While I understand the<br />

concerns, they can be dealt<br />

with, and there is a bigger<br />

picture, which as parents and<br />

grandparents we all need to<br />

take some responsibility and<br />

action on, to help all ages and<br />

interests.<br />

The pros, by far, exceed the<br />

cons. In my own case I have a<br />

nearly 18-year-old son who loves<br />

to skate and surf. He has a great<br />

bunch of mates, locals and guys<br />

from school in town, and they<br />

go everywhere else to skate, but<br />

they can’t in Sumner because we<br />

have no facility.<br />

Seems weird that they have to<br />

travel to all these other suburbs<br />

but can’t do it in their own<br />

suburb.<br />

All his mates I know well and<br />

love seeing them in our community<br />

having fun and mixing with<br />

the younger kids who really look<br />

up to these guys.<br />

A lot of them are involved<br />

with both Sumner and Taylors<br />

Mistake surf life saving and they<br />

contribute to the community<br />

very bravely, they play rugby<br />

for Sumner and cricket too and<br />

represent our suburb proudly.<br />

Keeping them involved in<br />

the community and socialising<br />

in our community fosters this<br />

spirit.​<br />

Let’s encourage our kids to<br />

come home absolutely knackered,<br />

tired and hungry, and<br />

happy after a skate or surf rather<br />

than fry their brains online with<br />

social media, they get enough of<br />

that as it is without being pushed<br />

that way.<br />

With their physical needs taken<br />

care of they settle into homework<br />

better as well. Our village<br />

needs a healthy active outdoor<br />

skate area, our businesses need<br />

it, our kids and youth need it,<br />

our community needs it.<br />

Lucy Hone, Sumner – As<br />

someone who understands<br />

the dynamics of community<br />

resilience (I’m an academic researcher<br />

focusing on the field of<br />

resilience), I’m really hoping we<br />

can find a site for a skate ramp<br />

and village green in Sumner.<br />

The benefits to the community<br />

of the old green/skate area were<br />

hugely visible to me – I’d often<br />

see children of different age<br />

groups mixing there, getting to<br />

know each other, sharing their<br />

tips and tricks, and really appreciated<br />

that we had a place to<br />

come together as a community.<br />

Both are now sorely missed<br />

by young and old in Sumner.<br />

While it will be good to have<br />

the new library up and running,<br />

outdoor spaces to keep youth<br />

active are equally important for<br />

maintaining social interactions,<br />

giving people places to meet and<br />

be active, and through these<br />

actions binding us together as a<br />

community.<br />

Sarah Agnew – The Sumner<br />

skate ramp should be positioned<br />

in the heart of the community.<br />

Research has shown that<br />

when something like this is<br />

visible and in a central location<br />

people naturally want to look<br />

after it and reduces bad behaviour.<br />

It would also have good connectivity<br />

to local shops, community<br />

centre, adds a vibrant<br />

feel to the village and supports<br />

children of all ages with something<br />

healthy and positive to do<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 5<br />

Damian Doyle, of Sumner<br />

– It will be great to see the skate<br />

ramp reopen, it is badly missed<br />

by many people, of all ages. If<br />

it’s placed close to the village<br />

centre it can once again create<br />

a needed meeting space in the<br />

community.<br />

Free amenities like a skate<br />

area and green space bring life<br />

and diversity to Sumner, attract<br />

customers for local business, support<br />

activeness and well-being in<br />

our youth and bring people from<br />

many backgrounds together.<br />

Can’t wait to see it back.<br />

Cameron Haylock – Reading<br />

the article in the <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

News the other day got me very<br />

excited that the community and<br />

surrounding communities are<br />

finally interested in the thoughts<br />

of those that care about the<br />

younger people in the Sumner<br />

community.<br />

I am the youth pastor at the local<br />

Sumner Anglican Church and<br />

have a lot to do with the young<br />

people that skate and surf in this<br />

community.<br />

The life they bring this place<br />

is amazing and with that skate<br />

ramp being shut down the town<br />

centre is dead. They need the<br />

ramp and village green to be in<br />

a place you can visually see from<br />

the middle of the village.<br />

This creates a safe and visible<br />

place for families to be there,<br />

young people and older people.<br />

It also holds the young people<br />

accountable for their actions because<br />

everyone can see them.<br />

It gives them responsibility and<br />

ownership over a space that is<br />

finally theirs in a community that<br />

seems to have priorities and motives<br />

that don’t include the next<br />

generation growing up.<br />

People need to understand that<br />

our role as the older generation<br />

(I’m only 25 so still young), is to<br />

be “planting trees that we know<br />

we will never sit in the shade of.”<br />

Understanding this isn’t for the<br />

older people but it’s to acknowledge<br />

the young people, give them<br />

hope, give them ownership and<br />

empower them with the hope that<br />

they will then go on to do that<br />

with the next generation and then<br />

the next generation, setting up<br />

opportunities for the young people<br />

to be a part of growing their<br />

community instead of pushing<br />

them to the side.<br />

McCormacks <strong>Bay</strong> resident<br />

Alanya Limmer writes over<br />

the debate to site Redcliffs<br />

School at Redcliffs Park<br />

A year and a half ago we were<br />

told the Main Rd site was not<br />

suitable for a school and, as a<br />

result, there would be no local<br />

school.<br />

The community – in its widest<br />

sense – invested immense time,<br />

resource and energy in trying to<br />

get the school re-opened on its<br />

Main Rd site. The dedication to<br />

this end cannot be questioned.<br />

The Government spent 12<br />

months considering whether<br />

the school should return to the<br />

Main Rd site.<br />

The process during that<br />

12 months was fulsome, allconsuming<br />

and with experts of<br />

all disciplines advising parties<br />

on both sides of the debate. But<br />

even in the face of that extraordinary<br />

effort and community<br />

cohesion the Government said<br />

“no” to the Main Rd site.<br />

However, the community was<br />

thrown a lifeline. An alternative<br />

site that would still give it the local<br />

school it fought so very hard<br />

for – albeit in a different location.<br />

Although not everything<br />

the community wanted, the<br />

November 2016 announcement<br />

was a far cry from the devastating<br />

blow delivered one year<br />

earlier.<br />

I read an article only last week<br />

DEBATE: Redcliffs Primary School after the earthquakes,<br />

Should it reopen or move to Redcliffs Park?<br />

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER<br />

reporting that residents are<br />

calling on the Minister to revisit<br />

the decision to rebuild Redcliffs<br />

School somewhere else. Haven’t<br />

we (exhaustively) “been there<br />

and done that?’’<br />

The question being asked now<br />

is whether the land swap should<br />

occur and if so, on what conditions.<br />

We have moved on. We<br />

have had to.<br />

Is re-litigating the past going<br />

to achieve anything constructive<br />

and positive?<br />

Or will people miss the<br />

opportunity for meaningful engagement<br />

on how the land swap<br />

could be made to work in the<br />

best possible way for them?<br />

Is it realistic to suggest the<br />

Government might change its<br />

mind now in response to a faction<br />

(and fraction) of the community,<br />

when a concerted and<br />

whole-of-community campaign<br />

failed?<br />

Or do we just risk undoing<br />

the good that has been done –<br />

retaining a local school at all?<br />

Do we risk making the land<br />

swap process so hard the city<br />

council says: “No, Minister”<br />

and the Minister in-turn says:<br />

“Sorry Redcliffs, no school?”<br />

After six years of uncertainty<br />

and inertia we are moving forward<br />

… or are we going back to<br />

the proverbial square one?<br />

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News<br />

Cassels bottled beer launched<br />

WOOLSTON RESIDENTS<br />

are the first in the country to<br />

try a newly-bottled brew.<br />

Shoppers at Woolston<br />

New World on Ferry Rd are<br />

able to buy Cassels and Sons<br />

Brewery’s milk stout and<br />

extra pale ale in the bottle.<br />

Last Friday’s tasting marked<br />

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company as it was the first<br />

time it had bottled beer and<br />

sold it at a supermarket.<br />

Woolston Business<br />

Association chairman and<br />

Woolston New World owner<br />

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approached by the brewery’s<br />

director Zak Cassels to see if<br />

they would like to be the first<br />

supermarket in the country<br />

to launch and sell the bottled<br />

beer.<br />

“I think it’s pretty awesome<br />

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said.<br />

Mr Cassels said the milk<br />

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2011 Brewers Guild Award.<br />

He said the extra pale ale<br />

was a relatively new beer<br />

having only been brewed for<br />

about a year.<br />

Mr Cassels said the<br />

company plans to offer<br />

the beers nationwide from<br />

September.<br />

He also said they are<br />

planning to add two more<br />

bottled beers to the range<br />

later in the year.<br />

CHEERS: The Tannery’s Zak Cassels (left) with co-brewer Joe<br />

Shanks and Woolston New World owner Greg Boock sample<br />

Cassels and Sons Brewery’s new milk stout and extra pale ale.<br />

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS<br />

Error on feedback form delays speed limit changes<br />

• By Caitlin Miles<br />

THE PLAN to lower speed<br />

limits in Little River was<br />

delayed due to an error on the<br />

consultation form.<br />

The Banks Peninsula Community<br />

Board did not present<br />

its recommendations to the city<br />

council because one of the questions<br />

was not included in the<br />

online consultation document.<br />

The question was whether<br />

or not the community would<br />

support a 10-minute parking restriction<br />

outside the Little River<br />

Service Centre.<br />

The community board opted<br />

to delay its decision until online<br />

submitters were given a chance<br />

to answer the question. However,<br />

the city council received no<br />

responses.<br />

The community board has not<br />

changed its recommendations to<br />

the city council. It still recommends<br />

the speed reductions and<br />

a 10-minute parking restriction<br />

outside the service centre.<br />

It is planning to reduce<br />

speed from 70km/h to 60km/h<br />

on Council Hill, Morrisons,<br />

Barclays and Wairewa Pa Rds,<br />

where they intersect with State<br />

Highway 75, as well as through<br />

the township.<br />

The city council will make<br />

the final decision on the speed<br />

changes.<br />

$30,000 will<br />

cover cost of<br />

changing sheds<br />

• By Caitlin Miles<br />

THE CONSTRUCTION of<br />

changing sheds in Sumner will go<br />

ahead – in spite of losing more than<br />

half its funding.<br />

The Linwood-Central-Heathcote<br />

Community Board has requested to<br />

remove $70,000 from the changing<br />

sheds budget to go towards a dropin<br />

centre for the homeless.<br />

The would leave $30,000 for the<br />

changing sheds.<br />

The idea for the changing sheds<br />

was a result of residents frustrated<br />

that beach-goers were congesting<br />

the toilets at Marriner St to get<br />

changed before and after going to<br />

the beach.<br />

Community Board member<br />

Darrell Latham said while nothing<br />

had been confirmed as public input<br />

could not be carried out until the<br />

project budget was confirmed, the<br />

design and build would be simple<br />

and it would possibly built adjacent<br />

to the toilets.<br />

Dr Latham said $30,000 would<br />

be adequate for the project, as they<br />

were originally only looking to<br />

spend between $15,000-$30,000.<br />

City council community governance<br />

manager Shupayi Mpunga said<br />

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News<br />

Over-60<br />

singers<br />

still rocking<br />

• By Caitlin Miles<br />

A GROUP of elderly rockers are<br />

warming up their vocal chords to<br />

sing songs from Pink Floyd, Queen,<br />

David Bowie and a mix of other<br />

artists.<br />

The Sumner Rockers of Ages<br />

consists of people mainly over the<br />

age of 60. The group has been operating<br />

since the February 22, 2011,<br />

earthquake.<br />

The group was set up to stop the<br />

elderly from feeling socially excluded<br />

and to also encourage people<br />

to show their musical side.<br />

They also sing in a variety of languages.<br />

Member Julia Cunningham<br />

said singing in a different language<br />

was “good for old people’s brains.”<br />

Ms Cunningham has been involved<br />

in the group for three years,<br />

she said it’s a really interesting little<br />

group of people.<br />

The Muse Community Music<br />

Trust runs Rockers of Ages. The<br />

trust is a not-for-profit communityfocused<br />

group that encourages<br />

anyone to get involved in music.<br />

It has four to six concerts<br />

throughout the year and it is always<br />

interested in finding new members.<br />

The members have been practicing<br />

every Wednesday for their performance<br />

on June 10 at the Sumner<br />

Bridge Club at 7.30pm.<br />

Hotel become business hub<br />

• By Caitlin Miles<br />

THE BRITISH Hotel is turning<br />

into a micro-business hub, with<br />

two more businesses setting up<br />

shop in the last two weeks.<br />

The 70-year-old hotel in<br />

Lyttelton was damaged in the<br />

February 22, 2011, earthquake,<br />

and is undergoing repair<br />

works. As more of the building<br />

becomes safe, businesses have<br />

started popping up throughout<br />

the building.<br />

Clothing shop Finder Gatherer<br />

recently set up inside the<br />

old hotel and owner Jenny<br />

Braithwaite said she was happy<br />

to be able to set up her business<br />

again after her last one was<br />

badly affected by the February<br />

22, 2011, earthquake.<br />

Ms Braithwaite owned the<br />

Tin Palace, also based in Lyttelton,<br />

which she set up three<br />

months before it was destroyed<br />

in the earthquake. She decided<br />

against trying to start again<br />

straight away but a trip to New<br />

York, United States, reinstalled<br />

her love for fashion and she decided<br />

to set up Finder Gatherer.<br />

Ms Braithwaite said it was a<br />

case of perfect timing and finding<br />

her passion again which led<br />

to her decision to set up in the<br />

WORK: Following the February 22, 2011, earthquake, repairs<br />

needed to be done to make the British Hotel building safe.<br />

Now it is becoming a hub for businesses.<br />

British Hotel. She works from<br />

the space which once housed<br />

the pool table, which was sold<br />

to help fund the ongoing repairs<br />

to the hotel.<br />

“It felt like the right space and<br />

I love Lyttelton and I want to<br />

see business come back here,”<br />

Ms Braithwaite said.<br />

Ms Braithwaite said she<br />

thought turning the hotel into<br />

a business hub was a good idea<br />

and it really showed what Lyttelton<br />

was about.<br />

The hotel has a mix of businesses<br />

taking up residency in<br />

the space.<br />

Food truck Sherpa Kai, which<br />

HOME: Jenny Braithwaite<br />

has found a place for her<br />

business Finder Gatherer<br />

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Market, has also recently found<br />

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These businesses join the Hell<br />

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This has brought the total<br />

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PRODUCTIVE:<br />

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Festival brings out creativity<br />

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A GROUP of year 7 and 8 pupils<br />

from Lyttelton Primary School<br />

put their brains to the test at<br />

an inter-school technology and<br />

science challenge.<br />

The team of four, named The<br />

Ferrets, went to Belfast Primary<br />

School to compete in a range<br />

of challenges that involved using<br />

innovative ways to fix the<br />

problems.<br />

The Ferrets, comprising Georgia,<br />

Kayden, Lachlan and Arni<br />

chose the bridge challenge.<br />

They had to build a bridge<br />

of certain specifications which<br />

could allow a car to travel across<br />

the top and trigger traffic lights.<br />

Each time a challenge was<br />

completed they were awarded<br />

points.<br />

It was very stressful for four<br />

mothers, one grandmother, one<br />

sister and one teacher watching<br />

the pupils as they were not<br />

allowed to make suggestions.<br />

If they did the team would lose<br />

points.<br />

The pupils worked as a team<br />

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well during the challenge.<br />

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out the previous owner was retiring,<br />

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A unique service the shop now<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 13<br />

Redcliffs School land<br />

swap moves forward<br />

Labour MP<br />

Ruth Dyson<br />

writes<br />

about the<br />

strong<br />

sense of<br />

community<br />

tied in with<br />

Redcliffs School’s<br />

move to Redcliffs Park<br />

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CLOSED: Consultation has started over Redcliffs<br />

School’s relocation to Redcliffs Park.<br />

The signs say it all –<br />

“Our School Our Heart<br />

Our Community”.<br />

The overwhelming<br />

response from Redcliffs<br />

when the Minister of Education<br />

proposed to close<br />

the school reflected the<br />

fundamental social need<br />

for the community to have<br />

its school.<br />

The Ministry of Education<br />

ruled out the original<br />

site and alternatives were<br />

explored. The board and<br />

community faced the prospect<br />

of an ongoing lengthy<br />

legal battle to have the<br />

school back on its original<br />

site (think of the Cathedral),<br />

or move forward in<br />

a positive way to bring the<br />

school home.<br />

This week that process<br />

moves another step forward.<br />

The city council has<br />

just started consultation<br />

on the proposed land swap.<br />

The proposal is to exchange<br />

ownership of Redcliffs<br />

Park for the school<br />

site. There would be a new<br />

park on the current school<br />

site and the school built on<br />

the current Redcliffs Park.<br />

Submissions to city council<br />

close on June 26.<br />

Frustratingly, a lot of<br />

information that is important<br />

for people to know is<br />

not part of this process.<br />

Things like geotechnical,<br />

rockfall, contamination;<br />

coastal hazards, traffic<br />

management, and location<br />

plan are part of a parallel<br />

process being run by the<br />

Ministry of Education. The<br />

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ministry has given a clear<br />

commitment to make all<br />

this information available<br />

to people to help everyone<br />

get the full picture but it is<br />

still a separate process.<br />

The plan is to have the<br />

new school open for term<br />

3, 2019. That will be eight<br />

years since Redcliffs had<br />

its school based locally. So<br />

some students will never<br />

have been to primary<br />

school in their own area.<br />

So have your say to the<br />

city council on this land<br />

swap proposal.<br />

If you have any questions<br />

about this, please ask and I<br />

will be happy to help.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>31</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

Have you been declined<br />

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The Canterbury Charity Hospital<br />

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• Cataracts<br />

• Upper and lower limb orthopaedics<br />

• Vascular (severe varicose veins)<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 15<br />

SUCCESS:<br />

Redcliffs<br />

Primary<br />

School<br />

Board of<br />

Trustees<br />

member<br />

Chelsea<br />

Halliwell<br />

accepted<br />

the award.<br />

PHOTO:<br />

PRINZ<br />

Public relations award for<br />

Redcliffs School campaign<br />

A CAMPAIGN to keep Redcliffs<br />

Primary School in the area<br />

has been recognised with a top<br />

award.<br />

The campaign to reverse<br />

the Ministry of Education’s<br />

decision to close the school postearthquake<br />

took out the supreme<br />

award in the <strong>2017</strong> Public Relations<br />

Institute of New Zealand<br />

Awards, held in Christchurch last<br />

week.<br />

Board of trustees member<br />

Chelsea Halliwell accepted the<br />

award on behalf of the school.<br />

The campaign also won the<br />

not-for-profit/pro-bono award<br />

category.<br />

Board chairman Mark Robberds<br />

led the communications<br />

during the school’s campaign.<br />

“This award recognises the immense<br />

volume of voluntary work<br />

that members and helpers of the<br />

board have undertaken over the<br />

last few years,”<br />

“Closing a school under a<br />

cliff at risk of rockfall may have<br />

seemed a clear-cut decision. But<br />

the concern was not about safety,<br />

and so our challenge was to use<br />

our flawless case to refute the<br />

ministry’s complex geo-technical<br />

concerns,” Mr Robberds said.<br />

He said the campaign showed<br />

how the community came<br />

together and the power of campaigning.<br />

“The campaign truly demonstrated<br />

the way ethical public<br />

relations can be used to engage<br />

communities and decision-makers.<br />

It also reflected the board’s<br />

strategy of using a platform of<br />

fact and communicating it solidly<br />

and positively, giving voice to an<br />

informed, logical and determined<br />

community,” he said.<br />

While the campaign’s effective<br />

lobbying was successful in<br />

retaining a school in Redcliffs,<br />

the final ministerial decision was<br />

to move the school to Redcliffs<br />

Park.<br />

TANYA CROSS from YOU<br />

Travel, Ferrymead, was named<br />

top retail consultant at the<br />

annual First Travel Group<br />

conference.<br />

It isn’t the first time Ms Cross<br />

has won the award. YOU Travel<br />

ACHIEVERS<br />

Sales team at YOU Travel<br />

Ferrymead flying high<br />

Ferrymead director Melissa Landrebe<br />

said it was a great result<br />

for the company and the whole<br />

team.<br />

The awards were held at the<br />

Sky City Auckland Convention<br />

Centre at the weekend.<br />

TEAM:<br />

Rosie Still,<br />

Melissa<br />

Landrebe,<br />

Tanya<br />

Cross and<br />

Brittany<br />

Frost<br />

all won<br />

awards for<br />

their work<br />

at YOU<br />

Travel,<br />

Ferrymead.<br />

Ms Cross also received a sales<br />

award along with Ms Landrebe,<br />

Melanie Peacock and Rosie Still.<br />

The whole team won the top<br />

shop award for their collective<br />

work. The awards gala was part<br />

of the conference.<br />

Saturday 8 – Saturday 22 July <strong>2017</strong>


PAGE 16 BAY HARBOUR Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi<br />

Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>31</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

SPORTS<br />

• By Gordon Findlater<br />

SUMNER’S Gary Lawson<br />

was one of the major<br />

winners at the Bowls<br />

Canterbury annual awards<br />

evening on Saturday night.<br />

Held at the Hornby<br />

Working Men’s Club, Lawson<br />

picked up the sportsman<br />

of the year award and<br />

was part of the Canterbury<br />

senior men’s inter-centre<br />

team which won the team<br />

of the year award.<br />

There have been many<br />

highlights for Lawson over<br />

the past 12 months, including<br />

winning the men’s<br />

pairs at the Bowls New<br />

Zealand national championships<br />

in New Plymouth<br />

in January. The victory<br />

was Lawson’s 11th national<br />

title, making him the most<br />

successful Kiwi bowler of<br />

all time.<br />

“To win my 11th New<br />

Zealand title was something<br />

I’ve been trying to do<br />

for a while,” he said.<br />

Lawson then went<br />

on to win the national<br />

inter-centre title with the<br />

Canterbury men’s team,<br />

which he described as the<br />

icing on the cake.<br />

“The spirit the boys had<br />

CHAMPION: As well as<br />

taking out the Canterbury<br />

men’s singles title in<br />

January, Gary Lawson was<br />

a major winner at the Bowls<br />

Canterbury annual awards.<br />

Lawson’s form on the<br />

green wins him awards<br />

was the winner there. The<br />

seven other guys that I<br />

played with made it a thrill<br />

to be part of the Canterbury<br />

team,” said Lawson.<br />

Canterbury men’s team<br />

coach Darryl Hawker<br />

praised Lawson.<br />

“He was a great team<br />

member and mentor to<br />

not only the senior men’s<br />

teams this year, but also<br />

to the development men’s<br />

and women’s teams,” said<br />

Hawker.<br />

Lawson was part of the<br />

Sumner team which won<br />

the national sevens title.<br />

•More sport, page 19<br />

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Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>31</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 17<br />

A GRACIOUS SUMNER RESIDENCE<br />

3 Hardwicke Street<br />

A superb example of Arts and Crafts architecture, with the character and honesty of this beautiful home intact.<br />

Sympathetically renovated from beginning to end, a fine example of craftsmanship from a bygone era with the<br />

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and entertaining. The elegant panelled lounge is gorgeous complete with gas fire. French doors open to outdoor living to<br />

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who work at home or extended family to enjoy. All beautifully presented and like brand new, an excellent location, close<br />

to the Esplanade and within walking distance of everything that is this part of this seaside community.<br />

Sumner<br />

Deadline Sale<br />

4pm, Fri 16 June <strong>2017</strong> (unless sold prior)<br />

View Thurs/Sun 12.15-1pm<br />

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Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>31</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

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SUMNER’S 35-13 bonus<br />

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The Hawkins Cup has<br />

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SALE AND SUPPLY OF<br />

ALCOHOL ACT 2012<br />

SECTION 127, 101 & 120<br />

ORANGE STUDIO LIMITED,<br />

(THE LICENSEE, PO Box 19907,<br />

Woolston, Christchurch 8241),<br />

has made application to the<br />

District Licensing Committee<br />

at Christchurch for the renewal<br />

and variation of ON-LICENCE<br />

RENEWAL in respect of the<br />

premises situated at 1/1063<br />

Ferry Road known as ORANGE<br />

STUDIOS.<br />

The general nature of the<br />

business conducted under the<br />

licence is: ON-LICENCE OTHER<br />

NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.<br />

The days on which and the<br />

hours during which alcohol<br />

is sold under the licence are:<br />

CURRENT HOURS: MONDAY TO<br />

SUNDAY 5.00PM TO 11.00PM<br />

HOURS SOUGHT: MONDAY TO<br />

SUNDAY 10.00AM TO 2.00AM<br />

THE FOLLOWING DAY.<br />

The application may be<br />

inspected during ordinary<br />

office hours at the office of the<br />

Christchurch District Licensing<br />

Committee, Civic Offices, 77<br />

Hereford Street, Christchurch.<br />

Any person who is entitled to<br />

object and who wishes to object<br />

to the grant of the application<br />

may, not later than 15 working<br />

days after the date of the first<br />

publication of this notice, file a<br />

notice in writing of the objection<br />

with the Secretary of the District<br />

Licensing Committee, PO Box<br />

73049, Christchurch 8154.<br />

No objection to the renewal of a<br />

licence may be made in relation<br />

to a matter other than a matter<br />

specified in section 1<strong>31</strong> of the<br />

Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act<br />

2012.<br />

This is the second publication of<br />

this notice. This notice was first<br />

published on 18 <strong>May</strong> <strong>2017</strong>.<br />

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ACT 1991<br />

Applicant:<br />

Address for service:<br />

Lyttelton Port Company Limited<br />

C/- Jared Pettersson, Lyttelton Port Company Limited,<br />

Private bag 501, Lyttelton 8841; or email: Jared.Pettersson@lpc.co.nz<br />

Environment Canterbury has received an application from Lyttelton Port Company (LPC) for resource<br />

consents in respect of its proposed Te Awaparahi <strong>Bay</strong> Reclamation Project (Project).<br />

The Project involves the proposed construction of a reclamation and a piled wharf totalling approximately 24<br />

hectares in size. The Project is to be undertaken in Te Awaparahi <strong>Bay</strong>, Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong>/Whakaraupō.<br />

LPC proposes to undertake the Project in two stages:<br />

• Stage 1 will involve the construction of approximately 5 hectares of reclamation via end tipping; and<br />

• Stage 2 will involve the construction of approximately 16 hectares of reclamation, by:<br />

– creating a perimeter bund around the remaining area to be reclaimed; and<br />

– the bulk filling of the area behind the bund.<br />

A piled wharf will be constructed in stages along the southern edge of the proposed reclamation footprint.<br />

Part of Cashin Quay breakwater will also be removed, during either Stage 1 or Stage 2 of the<br />

reclamation construction.<br />

The applicant has applied for the following resource consents in relation to the proposed Project:<br />

1. CRC175507 – Coastal permit to reclaim seabed and construct a wharf, and associated disturbance of the<br />

seabed, and deposition onto or into the seabed in the Coastal Marine Area.<br />

2. CRC176030 – Coastal permit to discharge contaminants (seabed material and water) into water in the<br />

Coastal Marine Area associated with construction of the reclamation and wharf described in CRC175507.<br />

3. CRC175508 – Coastal permit to discharge any water or any contaminants into water or into or onto land,<br />

and associated deposition in the Coastal Marine Area.<br />

4. CRC175509 – Coastal permit to discharge stormwater (water and contaminants) into water, or onto or<br />

into land, and associated deposition in the Coastal Marine Area.<br />

5. CRC175510 – Discharge permit and a coastal permit to discharge dust into air from the site.<br />

A diagram outlining the location of the Project, the site boundary and details of its approximate staging is<br />

included as Figure 1.<br />

Lyttleton<br />

The application includes an assessment of effects.<br />

An unlimited duration of consent is sought for consent CRC175507. A consent duration of 35 years is<br />

sought for all other consents.<br />

SUBMISSIONS<br />

The application may be viewed at Environment Canterbury’s offices at 200 Tuam Street, Christchurch and<br />

at the Christchurch City Council’s Lyttelton Service Centre, 18 Canterbury Street, Lyttelton. The application<br />

may also be viewed on Environment Canterbury’s website at: https://www.ecan.govt.nz/do-it-online/<br />

resource-consents/notifications-and-submissions/current-consent-projects/.<br />

An online submission form is available on Environment Canterbury’s website: https://www.ecan.govt.nz/<br />

do-it-online/resource-consents/notifications-and-submissions/notified-consents. A submission form<br />

(form CON520) can be found at: https://www.ecan.govt.nz/do-it-online/resource-consents/consentapplication-forms/.<br />

Submissions must be sent to Environment Canterbury, PO Box 345 Christchurch<br />

8140, or ecinfo@ecan.govt.nz.<br />

Your submission must include your name, address and phone number; the applicant’s name and the<br />

consent application number(s). Your submission must state the reason for your submission, whether you<br />

support or oppose the consent application, and if you wish to be heard in support of your submission.<br />

Your submission must be signed, and a copy sent to the Applicant. Any submission made online will<br />

automatically forward to the Applicant.<br />

Questions<br />

If you have any questions about the consent applications and filling in a submission form, please meet<br />

with Environment Canterbury staff at the Lyttelton Community Boardroom, 25 Canterbury Street, Lyttelton<br />

between 3pm – 5pm on Monday 19 June <strong>2017</strong>. Alternatively please phone Environment Canterbury on<br />

03 353 9007 or 0800 ECINFO (0800 324 636), or email: ecinfo@ecan.govt.nz.<br />

Submissions must be received by Environment Canterbury not later than 5pm on Monday 26 June <strong>2017</strong><br />

Bill <strong>Bay</strong>field<br />

Chief Executive<br />

Environment Canterbury<br />

Cashin Quay<br />

Stage One<br />

Reclamation<br />

Wharf<br />

Stage Two<br />

Reclamation<br />

60m of Cashin Quay<br />

Breakwater to be removed<br />

Figure 1: Location of the Te Awaparahi <strong>Bay</strong> Reclamation Project<br />

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