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Murray

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• By Caitlin Miles

OKAINS BAY identity Murray Thacker

has died.

The 83-year-old, whose great grand

parents were early settlers in the Okains

Bay area, passed away last week.

He was best known for his work with

the Okains Bay Maori and Colonial Museum,

which he founded.

He collected many historic items over

the decades for the museum and he was

heavily involved in the annual Waitangi

Day celebrations.

He was awarded a Queen’s Service

Medal for his work.

Mr Thacker was once described as

being ‘pure Okains’.

He was born in 1933 and grew up in

Okains Bay, He attended the local school

and began his collecting interest of historic

items while there.

He went onto Christchurch Boys’ High

School, trained as a blacksmith, and

returned to Okains Bay and developed a

successful Hereford stud.

The Okains Bay Maori and Colonial

Museum began as his private collection

in his own home, but when the opportunity

arose, he purchased the disused

Okains Bay Cheese Factory in 1968 and

spent the next nine years setting up the

museum.

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

Wednesday June 14 2017

FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

DESK

MURRAY THACKER was a

tireless worker for Banks Peninsula,

particularly Okains Bay.

Last week the 83-year-old passed

away (see page 1) and tomorrow

he will be farewelled fittingly in

Okains Bay.

Over the decades Murray collected

and preserved many historic

items for what would one day be

placed in the museum he founded.

He was a generational Okains bay

person - his ancestors were among

the early settlers.

On another note congratulations

to surfer Harrison Whiteside and

other Sumner board riders for

standing out at the recent Kaikoura

cold water classic.

Not so good though for the Sumner

rugby boys who have missed

out on a top six spot in the division

1 metro competition.

They won five on the trot - good

form to take into the div 2 play-offs.

Good luck. - Barry Clarke

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Your Local Views...14-15

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Award for conservation

HARD WORK by the Banks

Peninsula Conservation Trust

has paid off.

The trust won the community

leadership award at the Green

Ribbon Awards for its extensive

conservation work in the Port

Hills.

The awards evening was held

at a Parliamentary function

co-hosted by Environment

Minister Nick Smith and

Conservation Minister Maggie

Barry.

The trust was formed in 2001

out of a project called Wildside

set up in the 1980s by a farmer

wanting to protect the blue

penguins wandering onto his

property.

Among the trust’s work is

liaising with farmers and other

groups to protect wildlife with

predator traps, keeping streams

clean and looking after reserves

on Banks Peninsula.

Trust general manager

•From page 1

This included the relocation

and restoration of many

colonial historic buildings,

forging links with Maori crafts

HELPING: Rebecca Parish and Marie Haley from the

‘Wildside’ project accepted the 2017 Green Ribbon Award for

community leadership on behalf of the trust.

Maree Burnett said the award

is national recognition and a

testament to the efforts of the

dedicated Wildside community

and landowners.

Wildside still exists as part

oft the trust.

The project has seen more

than 700 predator traps set over

7000ha, which has enabled a

dramatic turn-around in sea

bird species in the area.

Today, around 25 per cent

of the area has been protected

through covenants and reserves,

allowing the forest to

regenerate. The area now boasts

the largest private reserve in

New Zealand – Hinewai –

which covers 1570ha.

Said co-ordinator Marie Haley:

“We are extremely proud of

the years of hard work that have

been recognised in this prize

and our role as such a forward

thinking and acting community

that is far ahead in terms

of species protection, protecting

private forest habitat, predator

control, and now, importantly,

freshwater protection,” she said.

Historian and museum founder passes away

people and commissioning the

construction of the Whakaata

and Pataka and the erection of

the Whare Taonga.

Mr Thacker was awarded a

Queen’s Service Medal shortly

after gifting the museum

collection. In 2009, he was

honoured by the Canterbury

History Foundation with the

A.C Rhodes History Medal.

His funeral service will be

held in the Old School on

Okains Bay Rd tomorrow at

1.30pm.

In Brief

PLAN TO CHANGE Reserve

Concern over Britomart Memorial

Reserve not portraying the

significance of the area has led the

Bank Peninsula Community Board

to look into a possible landscape

plan. City council staff advised the

community board that the Akaroa

reserve does not clearly portray

the importance and significance

of the area. The memorial inside

the reserve was unveiled in 1898 to

commemorate raising the British

flag in 1840. There is a statue, with

a small plaque and a flag.

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with the city council to plan a car

park for the area to make it easier

for people using the reserve, as

it can get wet and muddy during

the winter. There is a historic old

school site at the reserve, which the

public access from via a short walk.

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Redcliffs residents surveyed

• By Caitlin Miles

A SURVEY on the Redcliffs

residents’ response to the

Kaikoura earthquake and

tsunami has been carried out.

Following the 7.8 Kaikoura

earthquake which struck shortly

after midnight on November 14

a tsunami warning was issued

for residents living around the

Christchurch coastline.

It caused confusion for people

in the area, unsure of where

or when to go. As a result, the

Redcliffs Residents’ Association

decided to set up an emergency

response team and carry out

a survey in the area on how

people responded and what they

thought of the planning.

The survey was distributed to

about 250 residents through an

email mailing list and several

hard copies were also distributed.

From the survey 50 in

total responded with different

numbers answering different

questions as they felt they applied

to them.

The responses were analysed,

but percentages are only approximate

due to the small

overall numbers.

Redcliffs Residents Association

WARNING: The lagacy of the Kaikoura quake and the potential for a tsunami.

secretary Pat McIntosh said the

main reason for carrying out

the consultation was to see how

people reacted as the emergency

response team plans ahead for

the possibility of other disasters.

“The reactions will certainly

influence our plan as we move

forward,” Dr McIntosh said.

Survey responses

Is your house in the evacuation

zone?

Two out of 49 people answered,

“Don’t know”.

Did you evacuate your house

and by what means?

Six people decided not to go,

four were not in the evacuation

zone anyway, one said they

might have gone but they did not

have a plan. All 35 who left their

homes evacuated by car. No-one

evacuated on foot, by bicycle or

by motorbike. No-one said they

were unable to go.

What time did you leave the

house?

The question did not specifically

ask if the evacuation was

before or after the activation,

however, 16 people also said they

responded to the warning sirens.

Nearly half (16/35) of those

who evacuated left within one

hour of the earthquake, ie before

the official tsunami warning was

issued, and at least 23 of 35 think

they had gone before 2 a.m.

What route did you take?

Twenty five went up the hill

behind Redcliffs or to Mt Pleasant,

four went into town over the

Ferrymead Bridge and five went

to Sumner or somewhere else.

Did you take any . . .?

One-third of people went

by themselves or with other

adults in their house, ​one-third

took children, one-third took

neighbours, relatives and

people not living with them or

vulnerable people. A quarter also

took pets.

How did you know to

evacuate?

Some people gave more than

one answer here, 41 people responded

to this question.

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over quake response

The nature of the earthquake

itself prompted evacuation for

seven people, advice from radio

or TV for 12, advice from social

media or the internet was also

12, other advice – like being

contacted by friends or relatives

for 13 and 16 responded to the

warning sirens.

Did you encounter any problems

with your evacuation?

Nearly 90 per cent of respondents

did not describe

any problems. However, there

were several comments about a

partner not wanting to go, one

respondent had problems with

their toddler and infant who

were unsettled in the car and

one noted that the road was impassable

higher up as cars were

“parked so intensively it had

blocked the road; people were

also driving very erratically”.

How did you know when to

return home?

Some people gave more than

one answer. Forty people answered

this question.

Half of the people that responded

to this question said

they waited for advice from

radio and TV, six got advice

from social media/the internet.

Fifteen said they decided for

WAY OUT: Everyone who evacuated left by car, which

could congest roads like Beachville Rd in future evacuation

situations.

themselves. Several waited at

the cordon and two people

commented that the sirens

stopped and they took this to

mean they could return.

Would you do anything differently

next time?

There were 42 responses to

this question.

Fourteen said they would not

do anything differently. Twenty

eight said they would. There

were 18 comments about going

sooner and not waiting for the

sirens. People described making

new plans following this experience.

Two people would evacuate

across town to get away

from the noise of the sirens and

one would invite more people to

stay with them.

Summary

From the findings Dr McIntosh

said it was encouraging

that only two people said they

did not know if they were in the

evacuation zone, as this suggests

a high level of awareness

of local risk.

Dr McIntosh said there were

a large number of comments

regarding the initial confusion

about whether or not an evacuation

was needed and about the

difficulty in knowing when it

was safe to return home.

Many people also commented

that they would go earlier in

any similar event in future.

An emergency response

co-ordinator has also been

appointed to link Redcliffs, Mt

Pleasant and Sumner response

teams together for future emergency

planning.

In Brief

TRACK ENHANCEMENTS

Changes to the Urumau Reserve

track have been proposed by the

Allandale Reserve Management

Committee. One option would keep

most of the existing track through

the reserve but would add steps

and landings in the steeper areas.

The other option would include a

new route, which would involve

traversing gullies and would require a

suspended bridge as well as steps and

landings. The first option would cost

$30,000 and the second $50,000.

WORKING GROUP BREAKS UP

The Little River Issues Working

Party has disbanded. The party was

started after a report was prepared

called Issues and Options for Little

River: A Scoping Document. The

group was set up in 2015 to address

the issues raised in the document. A

potential co-ordinator may join the

Little River Wairewa Community

Trust to continue working with the

community on evolving issues from

the document.

ROAD CLOSURES

Foster Tce in Lyttelton will reopen

on Tuesday after being closed for a

month while ultra-fast broadband

was installed. As work on the

installation continues, roads around

the area will be closed and reopened.

Gilmour Tce from Randolph Tce will

be closed from June 21 to July 20 so

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DIG IN: The guests enjoyed the three-course meal that was put on to celebrate the

success of the market.

TO CELEBRATE the

community working together to

create the Mt Pleasant Farmers’

Market, a long lunch was held to

celebrate its birthday.

The market was set up six

years ago to support people

after the February 22, 2011,

earthquake – and it’s still going,

offering the same support.

With no supermarkets close

by and a limited amount of food

and water available, Mt Pleasant

resident Tom Davies decided to

set up a market to help people

get what they needed.

Since it started the market’s

key role has shifted a little.

While there isn’t an emergency

associated with it any more, it

still provides people with what

they need.

The long lunch was held to

celebrate this and involved fresh

produce often sold at the market

through a three-course meal

created by local chef Kris Buist.

Event organiser ​Linda Rutland

said: “Kris was incredible, she

produced the most wonderful

meal for 60 people under

difficult personal circumstances.

The devotion to her community

and her professionalism

was incredible,” Ms Rutland

said.

A team of volunteers helped in

the kitchen and served the food.

Local musician Mike Lee

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Beth Jaegar

with chef

Kris Buist.

Residents dine out to celebrate farmers’ market

played for the guests and The

Estuary Trust hired native

greenery from Trees for

Canterbury as their contribution.

Ms Rutland said even after all

this time the market was still

widely used by locals.

She said since the event was

such a success, they are now

planning for next year’s event.

Money raised from the lunch

has gone back into the market to

help improve it.

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Akaroa clock to tick again

• By Caitlin Miles

THE ICONIC Akaroa Service

Centre clock will stay in storage

until the centre repairs are

completed next year.

Akaroa residents have been

wondering what happened to

the clock, which

prompted the

Banks Peninsula

Community

Board to ask

city council staff

where it was.

Andrew

Rutledge

Community

board

chairwoman

Christine Wilson said it was a

matter of “curiosity” that lead

them to ask the question.

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge said the clock

is in storage with a horologist – a

person who works on clocks.

That is where the clock will

stay until the city council

completes repairs on the service

centre – which is expected to be

finished in February next year.

The service centre was

damaged in the February

22, 2011, earthquake. The

clock was removed from the

centre following the quake for

conservation work and to check

all the internal mechanisms and

paint the exterior.

Community board member

Janis Haley said the clock has

been a part of the service centre

since she was a child.

“It is very iconic for the area,

ever since I was a kid it has been

there,” Ms Haley said.

It cost $8047 to carry out the

conservation work on the clock.

Repair work on the service

centre began in April last year

and was expected to be finished

by the start of this year, but has

been delayed

The building is now at 100

per cent of the new building

standard but remains closed

while internal fit outs and plans

are done.

Mr Rutledge said the interior

scope of the works had changed

and the city council needed to

consider all of the users and

stakeholders.

He said the process required

considerable consultation then a

REPAIRED:

The Akaroa

Service

Centre clock

has been

repaired

and is being

stored until

the centre

repairs

have been

completed.

redesign.

As a result, the completion

date was pushed out ​until next

year.

The first stage of the project

involved scaffolding the building

and making it weather tight,

then contractors began the

external repairs to the roof and

external painting..

The city council budgeted

$965,000 for the project. Mr

Rutledge said $907,000 has been

spent on the repairs so far.

Lyttelton sewer

project starts

next month

• By Caitlin Miles

WORK ON the $52.3 million

Lyttelton wastewater project will

begin next month.

The first phase of the city council

project will involve the installation

of the sewer pipe through

the Lyttelton Tunnel.

New Zealand Transport Agency,

which manages the tunnel, has

engaged McConnell Dowel to do

the work.

It will be carried out because

the resource consent that currently

allows for wastewater to be

discharged into Lyttelton Harbour

is going to expire, along with

the Governors Bay and Diamond

Harbour wastewater treatment

plants.

An Environment Court

decision meant the city council

needed to find a new way to treat

the wastewater.

The new plan involves buried

submarine pipelines from the

Governors Bay and Diamond

Harbour’s wastewater treatment

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Heathcote Valley pupils after

odd jobs to fund school camp

PERFORMERS: Year 8 pupils Annelise

Clark and Coby Jansen performed an

original song and covers outside St

Martins New World, raising $63.90 for their

school camp.

PARENTS OF pupils from

Heathcote Valley School

are encouraging their

children to raise money to

cover their own camp fees.

The year 7 and 8 pupils

are in the final stages of

planning for the end of

year camp. They will spend

four days at Peel Forest

Eco Lodge learning teamwork,

self-management,

confronting self-doubt and

learning more about the

environment.

The camp is often seen

as the highlight for the

senior pupils every year.

However, it’s not a cheap

experience. It costs $350

per pupil, which parents

have usually paid and

fundraised for.

This year is different

though; the school and

pupils’ parents are encouraging

the children to get

involved in the fundraising

efforts.

The school is asking the

Heathcote Valley community

to offer any jobs the

11 and 12-year-olds could

handle, such as stacking

wood, painting fences,

cleaning cars, and raking

leaves. The school has an

hourly rate of $10 an hour

or a set amount for a larger

job.

The pupils are getting

on board with the project

– they have come up with

many more great ideas,

such as bake sales, busking

and dog walking. Some are

already under way.

To encourage the pupils

further, there are also

prizes for those who raise

large sums of money. If

students raise more than

$350 the extra money will

then go into a general fund

to support pupils who are

unable to attend due to

financial hardship.

For the children’s safety,

they must be accompanied

by a parent or guardian

to the job and it is the responsibility

of that parent

or guardian to be comfortable

with the arrangements

and their safety.

If you have some jobs

you think the pupils could

do, phone the school on

384 1058 and leave your

name and number. They

will call back and get a job

description.

Festival ready to

light up Lyttelton

• By Caitlin Miles

LYTTELTON IS getting ready

to light up the night time sky

again.

Preparations for the Lyttelton

Harbour Festival of Lights are

in full swing ahead of the street

party and fireworks display on

Friday, June 23, from 6.30pm.

Throughout the week leading

up to the street party, there will

be light art installations popping

up around Lyttelton.

There will be a variety of food

stalls to enjoy while taking a

walk around the displays in the

centre of town and a fancy dress

parade is also planned.

This year the Lyttelton Port of

Christchurch fireworks ​display

will be at 8pm.

London St, between Canterbury

and Oxford Sts will be

closed from noon on June 23. At

2pm, another section of London

St, from Dublin St will be closed

along with Canterbury St from

Norwich Quay to Winchester St.

The roads are planned to reopen

on Saturday at about 1am.

The road closures will impact

parking around the area. People

driving to the event can park at

Naval Point and in Heathcote

PARTY: London St will be

closed on Friday, June 23,

from noon to prepare for the

street party at 6.30pm.

PHOTO: SARAH HARRIS

Valley where shuttle buses will

transport people into Lyttelton.

•For more information

on the Lyttelton Harbour

Festival of Lights, go to

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festivals/festival-of-lights

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Lyttelton pupils plan outdoor learning space

• By Caitlin Miles

THE CREATION of an outdoor

learning space is the latest plan

for Lyttelton Primary School.

Principal Brendan Wright said

an empty patch of grass at the

school was a good spot to create

an outdoor learning space.

Mr Wright said the first thing

they had to do was figure out

what activities would best suit

the spot.

“We identified that a learning

space of some sort was the main

thing,” Mr Wright said.

The pupils have suggested

several ideas as to what could be

included in the space, including

a small garden, quiet area to

reflect and think, seating and

possibly even pizza ovens.

“If it’s a lovely sunny day, it

might be nice to be working

outside, and we want somewhere

to be able to do it,” he said.

Mr Wright said since Lyttelton

was an enviroschool, the space

needs to incorporate nature and

have a positive effect on the surrounding

environment.

The school has decided to

carry out consultation and invite

parents and the wider Lyttelton

community to have their say

on what they would like to see

included.

Mr Wright said they hope

to get lots on interest from the

community before closing the

consultation.

He said he was already aware

of several “connections” within

the community which were

interested in being involved

and putting the plan into action

once the details have been

finalised.

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ideas into 3D printed

reality.

The six students aged

17 to 20, who are either

deaf or hard of hearing,

took part in a course ran

through the city libraries to

extend their knowledge in

3D printing.

They now design and

produce 3D printed work

of their own.

City council learning

specialist Danny McNeil

gave the students lessons in

how to design their own

3D printing ideas along

with the help of an

interpreter​.

They’ve made mementoes

for themselves, such as

badges and bookmarks

and prototypes of fun

education resources, which

they hope could be used by

deaf children around the

country.

At the moment, they are

prototypes, butvan Asch

Deaf Education Centre

teacher Glenn Dolby says

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be mass produced in the

future.

They include brightly

coloured robots that can

be used to teach primary

school children colours,

and fun toy hearing aids

that can be put on toys to

help remove the hearing

aid stigma some young

people experience.

Mr Dolby says the course

and their work since has

“broadened their dreams

and their ideas of art.”

“It’s given them a taste

of what computers and

printers are capable of.

One of the students is now

studying design at Hagley

College. For them to see

their ideas go from the

computer to something

tangible in their hands is

quite powerful,” Mr Dolby

said.

Mr McNeil said it has

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what the students can

create with the skills

they’ve learned.

“Libraries help provide

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Wednesday June 14 2017

Your Local Views

Make your opinion known

on the Redcliffs School site

List MP for the

Port Hills, Nuk

Korako writes

about his

support for the

new Redcliffs

School site and

encourages

people to make their

views known through the

submission process

Redcliffs residents have until

June 26 to submit on the city

council’s proposal for a land

swap between Redcliffs Park and

the Redcliffs School Main Rd

site.

This is the next step in the

proposal to bring Redcliffs

School back to Redcliffs.

The proposal is that the city

council will sell Redcliffs Park to

the Ministry of Education, while

the Crown will continue to own

the Redcliffs School site, and that

site will be managed as a reserve.

I understand the concerns of

some residents who live close to

the park who feel this proposal

will negatively affect them. I do

hope those who have concerns

have been able to attend the city

council’s drop-in sessions and

have access to full and accurate

information to assist them with

their submissions.

Personally, I am wholeheartedly

in support of this proposal.

My position has always been that

I want to see Redcliffs School

stay in the community, but I

have not been convinced that the

current Main Rd site is a good

place for the school to return to.

I see Redcliffs Park as the best

option to keep the school in

the community, and I believe it

is in the interests of the whole

community to have the school

return. But I will not be the one

making this decision.

A hearings panel consisting

of city councillors Sarah

Templeton, Andrew Turner and

Glenn Livingstone, along with

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

NEW:

Redcliffs

Park is the

proposed

site for

Redcliffs

School to

move to.

Community Board members

Darrell Latham and Tim Lindley,

will hear the submissions

on this issue, and make their

recommendations in a report to

the city council.

The city council will make the

final decision on the land swap,

and the community consultation

will be a very important part of

that decision making process.

Whatever your view, it is

important that you make your

voice heard through the submission

process. This decision

affects members of the Redcliffs

community in different ways,

and it is only by hearing from

the community that the city

council can be fully informed

and make a decision with the

best interests of the community

at heart.

We said:

Governors Bay residents

are fed up with cars

speeding up and down their

roads and want the city

council to step in and make

the speed limits clearer for

road users

You said:

Nick Kensington – Not all

of us that drive up there are inexperienced

(and) think they know

how to drive but I do understand

where the residents are coming

from.

Wal Thomas – Unnecessarily

powerful cars plaguing our

roads need to attract some form

of excise tax if used on our roads.

Andrew Johnson – They

forced them out of the CBD and

now they don’t give a bugger.

Jonathan Wright – Hoons

have been tearing up those roads

since my granddad was a boy.

Dianne Charman – And

unfortunately, driven by very

inexperienced young people.

Zane McRae Corson – Can

only blame the parents there.

Corie Herd – Shame. That’s

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people need to build a bridge and

get over it.

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Shaun Evans – Build some

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Jo Garrick – This is a huge

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Wally Reyn – I live on Dyers

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Rotary tradition for Lego loving family

Ferrymead

Rotary have

hosted a Lego

competition

every year

since 2009.

Club member

Barbara

Crooks writes about the

competition and some

long-standing competitors

It’s hard to imagine Ferrymead

Rotary Lego without the Hayes.

The club has been running the

contest for primary school children

since 2009 – and the Hayes

family from Mt Pleasant has

been at every one of them.

Mother Hayley Hayes said it

had become “a family tradition”.

“It’s something we do every

year on the first Sunday of the

cold, winter school holidays.

We head down the hill with our

buckets, tubs and trays,” Ms

Hayes said.

The Hayes Lego love affair

began with the then eight-yearold

Spencer at the first Rotary

contest in 2009.

This year his 12-year-old and

eight-year-old brothers will both

be part of the annual event at

the Heathcote Valley School on

Sunday, July 9.

CREATIVE: Spencer Hayes in 2012 with his Lego model of the Christ Church Cathedral

pre-earthquake. Spencer has competed in the Ferrymead Rotary Lego contest several times.

Spencer, now 16, will be there

too. Not as a competitor, but

with his special Lego interpretation

based on the Beatles famous

Yellow Submarine hit from the

1960s. He will add it to the display

but it will not be part of the

competition.

Back in 2012 he produced a

Lego depiction of the Christ

Church Cathedral in preearthquake

form (ironically

still highly relevant). Music and

drama have become major interests

for Spencer, but he enjoys

producing these Lego one-offs.

“Between the three of them,

Dad still gets to play as well,” Ms

Hayes said.

The Ferrymead Rotary contest

is open to children from any primary

and intermediate school.

Most come from schools in the

Bay Harbour area, but some have

journeyed across town to enjoy

the fun.

The contest caters for team and

individual work.

Team events are run on agegroup

basis – years 1 and 2; 3

and 4; f5 and 6; 7 and 8. Teams

make models on a given theme

from Lego blocks supplied by

Lego New Zealand. Teams can

be organised beforehand or you

can just arrive and form a team

on the day.

In the individual events, competitors

bring models with them

on the day. These can be originals

or copied from a design.

Many of these models have been

very imaginative interpretations,

and many are complex works

with working parts.

•The 2017 Rotary Lego

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Sumner’s winning streak not

enough to make top six

• By Gordon Findlater

A FIFTH straight win for

Sumner didn’t prove enough

to sneak them into the top

six of the division 1 metro

competition.

Celebrating club day at St

Leonards Square on Saturday, a

final 15-minute blast saw Sumner

prevail 48-23 against Marist

Albion.

Unfortunately for the seasiders,

their hopes of qualifying for

the end of season section one top

six competition wasn’t in their

own hands. They also needed

Belfast to defeat sixth placed

Burnside. However, Burnside

prevailed 34-19.

Although they would have

loved to be in the top six, coach

Martin Dodgson says the team

will now turn their attention to

continuing their winning streak

in section two.

“The wave is on a roll,” said

Dodgson. “Saturday was by far

the best performance from our

senior squad. Not only from our

team but the division 2 team

played outstanding and narrowly

lost 7-10 to Christchurch

who are second.”

Sumner’s division 1 side were

solid in the first half. Tries to

No 8 Dylan Nel and lock Josh

Loader gave their side a 15-11

advantage at the break.

FIRST FIVE: Nik Cumming scored an intercept try and slotted

six goals for Sumner on Saturday. PHOTO: ROZELLE MAY

Marshall Suckling crossed

the line for Sumner mid-way

through the second 40 but the

real action was left for the final

15 minutes of the game which

saw Tom Crozier, Nik Cumming,

Willie Sakura and Peri

Marks all cross the line as Sumner

ran away with the result.

First-five Cumming made five

conversions and a penalty kick

on his way to a man of the match

performance, which included

some well-angled kicking into

touch and an intercept try.

Sumner also had a special

recruit for their club day with

former Australian international

and current Crusaders winger

Digby Ioane running out for the

first half against Marist Albion

as he continues his recovery

from injury.

“We might have been guilty of

sitting back and thinking, come

on Digby do something, but he

played well and got involved. We

had a few people getting him to

sign things after the game,” said

Dodgson.

Sumner begin their section

two campaign on Saturday and

will be targeting a top two finish

which would see them play-off

for silverware against the bottom

two teams from section one.

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Rugby results

Hawkins Cup round

11

Sumner 48-23 Marist

Albion; High School Old Boys

35-34 Linwood; Burnside 34-19

Belfast; Lincoln University 38-

12 Shirley; Christchurch 26-12

New Brighton; Sydenham 27-22

University.

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Sydenham 52pts, 1; Christchurch

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46pts, 3; New Brighton, 36pts,

4:; University 35pts, 5; Burnside

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Harrison Whiteside continued

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Whiteside’s performance in Kaikoura

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many people making the effort

to support Kaikoura.

One of the up sides from the

earthquake is that the event was

able to run all through the high

tide at Meatworks even with

a small swell. In the past, the

waves would stop breaking at

high tide so in this case the uplift

has been a bonus.

In the final South Island circuit

standings, Wallace finished

second in the longboard. In the

women’s longboard. Sumner

took out the top three with Lucy

Johnson, Brittany Andrews and

Nina Young making up the top

three. In the grand masters, Neill

Robb was second.

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class in the Kaikoura cold water classic

Sumner boardriders club Point

Surf Team finished fourth on the

club standings moving their way

closer to the top position which

they once held for many years.

There has also been some

exciting news for Lucy Temoananui

who has been selected

to represent New Zealand at

the ISA World Paddleboarding

Champs in Denmark this spring.

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the winter in preparation for the

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CHAMP: Harrison Whiteside

(left) did enough in Kaikoura

to secure both the junior and

open men’s titles in the South

Island circuit.

SURF’S UP: Rodney

Somegyvari showed his class

in Kaikoura to finish second

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Pirate’s Corner

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Boaties get trained up

• By Gary Manch, navigational

safety officer, Lyttleton

IN MY previous article I

mentioned that attending a

boating safety course would be

a great idea to up-skill yourself

if you have not attended one

already.

I received a little bit of feedback

in relation to this and one

comment was about the cost of

completing these courses, either

by attending the two-day course,

day skipper course or completing

it online.

I appreciate the fact that some

may find the cost of doing these

courses a bit of a strain, but when

you think about the considerable

investment you have in your

boat, be it a kayak, paddleboard,

jet ski or power boat, the $157

is a relatively small amount to

pay when the knowledge gained

may save you from getting into

difficulty.

If my maths is correct, it’s one

coffee per week over 30 weeks to

save the money.

The other issue that was

brought up was that the courses

are not available in all centres.

And the answer to this is

simple: There is the ability to do

an online module and then have

your work assessed.

So sorry, no excuses really are

there?

Check out http://www.boatingeducation.org.nz/courses/

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Knowledge is power.

The analogy I use is that you do

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the rules, so why would you take

a boat out?

Being on the water can be as

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If you have any queries about

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email me at gary.manch@ecan.

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A DATA error has held up

upgrading Akaroa’s wastewater

system.

The city council now needs

more time to consider the options

for the upgrades for the

ageing wastewater system after

a technical error was found in

some of the data, which was

used to assess different upgrade

options.

The community was recently

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The water could be used for

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But as the design team carried

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These readings were used by

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of the five options.

Council Head of Three

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especially at times of low flow.

As a result, two new flow meters

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data.

“These flow meters will be

calibrated to ensure accurate

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Mr Mackie said.

Mr Mackie said the new data

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The design team will then

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impact on the five options that

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“It is possible that when the

new data is applied, it may show

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4K technology for St George’s Hospital

FROM HOLLYWOOD to the

operating theatre – technology

used in blockbuster movies

is now being used to help

Christchurch surgeons during

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The 4k imaging technology

has been incorporated in the five

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George’s Hospital.

The technology has been

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It produces a resolution four

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That will allow surgeons to

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Redcliffs Bowling Club, James

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Lyttelton Arts Theatre,

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Travel

Sample the shops and cuisine of Seoul

• By Mike Yardley

WHEN I mentioned to

my Korean hairdresser in

Christchurch that I was heading

to Seoul, his response was hardly

reaffirming. “Why would you

want to go there?”

Sure, Seoul doesn’t enjoy the

reputational hype of Tokyo,

Shanghai or Bangkok, but as a

quick stopover or side-trip, the

city struck me as immensely

engaging.

Arriving into Seoul by fast train

from Incheon Airport, one of

the first imposing landmarks to

stop me in my tracks was Namdaemun,

the city’s South Gate,

resplendently restored after being

bombed during the Korean War.

The gate forms part of Seoul’s

old city walls, of which 70 per

cent are remarkably intact. Over

600 years old, the 18km circuit

wraps around the city core and

threads together the four guardian

mountains that keep watch

over Seoul. The city continues rebuilding

the missing chunks but

if you’re up for a power-walk, in

every sense, head to the Bukaksan

section.

The highest of the four peaks at

342m, it stands guard over Korea’s

seat of power and the summit

viewpoint overlooks the Blue

CEREMONY: A highly theatrical changing of the guard is performed daily at the entrance gate of Gwanghwamun. Right – The city’s

South Gate, restored after it was damaged during the Korean War.

House, Korea’s splendid presidential

palace.

There’s a variety of royal palaces

clustered around the central city

including Gyeongbokgung,

Seoul’s premier palace which

has performed a Phoenix-like

resurrection, from the cinders

of destruction. It was from here

that the Joseon Dynasty ruled

the roost for 600 years, before the

Japanese muscled in.

A highly theatrical changing

of the guard is performed daily,

purely as a patriotic fist-pump,

around the entrance gate of

Gwanghwamun. The blaze of

colourfully-costumed regalia is

loved by the locals as much as

the selfie-stick toting tourists.

Gyeongbokgung translates as the

Palace of Shining Happiness, a

colossal compound of astounding

architecture, ornamental gardens

and vivid history.

It previously contained 800

buildings and 200 gates. The Joseon

kings had several thousand

servants at their disposal within

the royal household, including

500 ladies-in-waiting and 400

eunuchs.

Trying to get your head around

the sheer extravagance of this imperial

relic is best decoded with a

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I explored the palace as part of

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Travel

The best of Asian culinary delights in Seoul

If you want to push the boat

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They are nearly as pervasive

as kimchi, Korea’s great staple of

BINGE-WORTHY: Street eats in the Seoul markets.

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vegetables.

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pancakes stuffed with sunflower

seeds, peanuts, red beans and

honey. Namdaemun Market is

centrally located in Myeongdong,

which is Seoul’s shopaholic

mecca. All of the global fashion

heavyweights are here, alongside

chic Asian faves and the templelike

department stores.

Pop into Mitsukoshi, the Harrods

of Seoul, and the city’s oldest

department store with an opulent

food hall in the basement. My

local guide told me that 20 pr

cent of Seoul’s women have facial

surgery. They binge on cosmetic

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Dragon Teeth

by Michael Crichton

Not since Jurassic Park has digging up the past been

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Indian tribes still populate America’s western territories even as lawless gold-rush towns

begin to mark the landscape. In much of the country it is still illegal to espouse evolution.

Against this backdrop two monomaniacal paleontologists pillage the Wild West, hunting

for dinosaur fossils, while surveilling, deceiving and sabotaging each other in a rivalry that

will come to be known as the Bone Wars. Into this treacherous territory plunges the arrogant

and entitled William Johnson, a Yale student with more privilege than sense. Determined

to survive a summer in the west to win a bet against his arch-rival, William has joined

world-renowned paleontologist Othniel Charles Marsh on his latest expedition. But when the

paranoid and secretive Marsh becomes convinced that William is spying for his nemesis,

Edwin Drinker Cope, he abandons him in Cheyenne, Wyoming, a locus of crime and vice.

William is forced to join forces with Cope and soon stumbles upon a discovery of historic

proportions. With this extraordinary treasure, however, comes exceptional danger, and

William’s newfound resilience will be tested in his struggle to protect his cache, which pits

him against some of the West’s most notorious characters.

Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Initiative

Eric Van Lustbader

General Boris Karpov, head of the feared Russian FSB, is dead but the cyber attack he

launched at the heart of the US’s nuclear defence network lives on. Who has taken over the

operation? Karpov trusted only one man: Jason Bourne. But can Bourne be working against

his own country? The sequel to The Bourne Enigma.

Jason Bourne is on the run. His old friend, General Boris Karpov, is dead. But Karpov, once

head of the feared FSB, lives on in the cyber weapon he devised before his death, capable

of penetrating the heart of America’s final defense: nuclear launch codes. Both the NSA and

Meme LLC, a black off-site cyber opertion, believe Bourne has taken over the enterprise,

and a kill team is sent to terminate him for committing treason against the US. Flushed from

cover, hunted by assassins, wounded and nearly killed, Bourne is forced to join forces with

his bitterest enemy, a Somali magus named Keyre, whose terrorist organization Bourne

once decimated. Now Keyre is more powerful than ever and he might help Bourne, but

to what end? From the Greek island of Skyros to Somalia and the underbelly of Moscow,

Bourne must unravel the mystery of Boris Karpov’s last legacy, a weaponized code that may

very well bring about the unthinkable: a violent end to America.

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include your name, address and contact number. Entries close Tuesday 27th June, 2017. Winner of Ruby Redfort

is Pamela Butler of Ferrymead.


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