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Timeball Station

rebuild set to

start

PROGRESS: The Lyttelton

Timeball Station tower

will be rebuilt to return it

to its former glory (left).

However, the residence

will not be restored. ​

WORK TO rebuild part of the

historic Lyttelton Timeball

Station will begin early next

month – a year after it was

supposed to.

The sod-turning for the $3 million

work to rebuild the timeball

and tower will take place on July

5 to mark the

start of on-site

work.

When completed,

people

will again be

able to see the

Nick Chin

timeball drop at

1pm each day,

as it did since

1876 to provide ships in Lyttelton

Harbour with a timekeeping

service.

An automated timeball mechanism

will be housed inside the

tower.

But as part of the requirement

to get building consent, visitors

will not be able to enter.

Heritage Destinations general

manager Nick Chin said retaining

and repairing the existing

mechanism was looked into,

but the automated option was

chosen.

“The existing mechanism was

extensively damaged during

the 2011 quakes and was in an

extremely fragile state when

retrieved. Even if restored

there was no guarantee how

long all the parts would last, so

maintenance costs and longevity

were issues. Also, with the

public unable to access inside the

new tower to view the existing

mechanism if rebuilt, it was felt

an automated mechanism was a

better option.”

He said putting the original

mechanism on display at a local

museum was an option.

The timeball, tower with original

brickwork, and the flagpole

will be rebuilt. The original

residence would not.

The grounds will also be

landscaped similar to what they

were like, to commemorate the

significant maritime feature

that had been an integral part of

Lyttelton’s history.

The station was severely damaged

in the September 4, 2010,

February 22, and June 13, 2011,

earthquakes.

Originally, work to restore it

was due to start in July last year.

But the project was put on hold

to avoid conflict with the road

works on Sumner Rd and Reserve

Tce to prevent disruption.

Mr Chin thanked key donors

who helped fund the rebuild

project, and the patience from

the community.

Hawkins Construction is the

main contractor for the project,

working alongside The Building

Intelligence Group (project manager),

Possenniskie Consultants

Ltd (quantity surveyor), Dave

Pearson Architects (architect),

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

Wednesday June 21 2017

FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

DESK

GREAT NEWS on the front page

today – work on the timeball and

tower is about to start.

The Lyttelton Timeball Station

has been a Canterbury icon since

1876 and, while the living quarters

of the building won’t be rebuilt, it’s

still a step forward.

With cruise ships coming back

to Lyttelton, now is the time to get

things moving in the port.

Apart from London St, downtown

Lyttelton, if I can describe it

as that, is an eyesore.

I took some overseas visitors to

Diamond Harbour recently. They

zipped across the harbour on the

ferry for a look around Lyttelton.

They didn’t stay too long. The

wharf where they berthed was

uninviting and something desperately

needs to be done to the quake

damaged buildings.

So good to see the timeball

progress.

– Barry Clarke

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News

Will anything be done?

Dyson thinks

council will sit

on its hands

PORT HILLS MP Ruth Dyson

is worried nothing will be done

about the St Andrews Hill Rd

intersection.

More than 600 public submissions

were made on the controversial

intersection after months

of debate over its layout.

But Ms Dyson

(left) believes city

council staff will

recommend the

Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community

Board just

receives information

from the recent community

consultation, with no compulsion

to act.

She makes her comments in her

regular column in Bay Harbour

News today (page 13).

The city council received 640

submissions about the potential

changes to the intersection, which

offered the public three options to

choose from.

Now city council staff will present

the community board a report

on the options and details of the

submissions before it makes a

decision on what will be done to

improve the intersection.

Option one proposed to leave

the intersection, option two

would see new traffic signals on

St Andrews Hill Rd and new

pre-signals on Bridle Path Rd and

option three is to ban right turns

from Bridal Path Rd onto Main

Rd.

The third option was the

least popular at the time of the

consultation as it would make

it difficult for people living in

Heathcote to get to Redcliffs and

Sumner.

Ms Dyson said she was frustrated

by the lack of options available

for people to comment on and

is worried nothing will now be

done.

This is the second time the city

council has carried out public

consultation on the intersection

layout. When the Ferrymead

OPTIONS: 640

submissions

were made

on the

controversial

St Andrews Hill

Rd intersection.

bridge was reconstructed the

city council proposed the layout

which is currently in place.

However, nearby residents

were sceptical of it and had safety

concerns.

The community raised its

concerns with the community

board, which then prompted the

city council into looking at other

options for the intersection.

The city council carried out

public consultation at the start of

the year.

In Brief

LIGHTS FESTIVAL

The Lyttelton Harbour

Festival of Lights celebrations

started yesterday. Throughout

the week there will be plenty

of light installations to look

at around the town centre

before the street party on

Friday night. The street

party begins at 6.30pm and

will involve a parade and

various performances from

groups and artists before

the fireworks display at

8pm. London St, between

Canterbury and Oxford Sts,

will be closed from noon

on Friday. 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. For more information,

go to http://www.lyttelton.net.

nz/festivals/festival-of-lights​

DECISION ON BACHES

The city council will decide

tomorrow if it should establish

a working party to investigate

and make a recommendation

on whether baches should be

allowed to continue to remain

on city council land at Taylors

Mistake, Boulder Bay and

Maori Garden.


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Wednesday June 21 2017

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Repairs begin to bring

historic hall back to life

A 120-YEAR-OLD community

hall is finally getting some

much needed repairs and

upgrades.

The historic Allandale Community

Hall near Teddington

was badly damaged in the February

22, 2011, earthquake.

A major $500,000 repair

project has now started and

the aim is to have the hall back

in the community’s hands by

summer.

Allandale Reserve management

committee chairman

Stuart Bould said the facility

had been a central point for

the community for many years

and, once repaired, it would

continue to draw people back to

the area for recreation.

“When it was shaken apart

we could see it wasn’t water

tight, so a few of us went down

and propped it up and did as

best we could,” Mr Bould said.

City council project manager

Michael Sheffield said the hall

had been a hub for more than

120 years.

Mr Sheffield said the community

had been heavily involved

in the planning process for the

repairs.

“We’ve been through a great

process with the wider com-

REPAIRS: The historic

Allandale Community Hall

is being repaired, with work

expected to be finished by

October.

munity, reviewing the repairs

with them and looking at what

will best meet their needs in the

future,” Mr Sheffield said.

He said the building was

“very badly damaged” to the

point that the roof was collapsing

and it wasn’t safe to walk

inside.

The repaired hall will feature

new doors on to a deck on the

north side of the building, a

new kitchen, accessible toilets,

new wiring and light fittings

and a complete paint inside and

out.

Mr Sheffield said a builder

from Governors Bay had been

successful in the tender process

and work had already started

on the project.

The repair works are expected

to be completed by early

October.

Have your say on the

future of Heathcote

• By Caitlin Miles

DO YOU want a skate park,

changing shed or playground

upgraded in your area?

Now is the time to have your

say as the city council asks for

input on what is important to

people living in the Heathcote

Ward.

The city council is asking for

input from the community about

what they think is important and

what they want to see in their

local area.

The Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board’s

plans need to be updated because

of new members and the area

the community board covers has

changed.

Along with the Heathcote

Ward, the Linwood and Central

wards are also being consulted

on.

The community board plans

are documents that help it

prioritise work in the community

over the next few years.

A survey has been produced to

ask people what they currently

like about where they live,

what they enjoy doing in their

BROKEN: Have your say on the repair of Ferrymead’s Cob

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community and what else they

would like to be able to do in the

area.

The feedback document also

has a list of projects planned for

the area over the next three years.

It gives people the chance to list

their six top priorities or add

an alternative project if it is not

mentioned.

Pre-planned projects include

repairs to Cobb Cottage,

installing Maori story boards,

signage and art, and a bays area

skate facility.

Consultation on the plans will

be open until Sunday.

There are several workshops

planned for the community at

various locations.

Visit https://ccc.govt.nz/

the-council/consultationsand-submissions/haveyoursay/

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Plan to gift land to museum

• By Caitlin Miles

IT’S BEEN six years since

Lyttelton had a museum and

now it’s another step closer

to making a return to the

community.

The city council is proposing

to gift the land at 33-35 London

St to the Lyttelton Historical

Museum Society to rebuild a

museum.

The society’s building on

Gladstone Quay was demolished

after it suffered damage in the

September 4, 2010, and February

22, 2011, earthquakes.

Since then, the society moved

more than 8000 items from the

museum into storage at the Air

Force Museum of New Zealand.

The society has spent years

looking for a new site to rebuild

on, finally deciding the site of

the previous Lyttelton Service

Centre on London St would be

the best place.

The service centre was also

damaged and demolished following

the 2011 earthquake and

the site has been empty ever

since.

The city council has no plans

to rebuild on the land.

The society has requested the

city council gift the land to give

them more financial certainty

FUTURE: Lyttelton Historical Museum Society chairman Peter Rough at the site where the new

museum is proposed to be built.

as they raise capital for a new

building and for ongoing operational

costs.

Leasing the land would slow

down the society’s ability to

raise the money needed for a

new building.

The London St land is valued

at $220,000.

If the land is gifted and the

museum closes for any reason,

the land will be reverted back to

the city council.

The society needs to raise

roughly $6 million for the

construction of the building and

already has plans in place to do

so.

It also intends to have a commercial

tenant within the building

to generate extra income to

help with operational costs.

It hoped the museum will be

open by 2020.

•Consultation on the

proposal is open until

the end of the month. To

make a submission on the

proposed gifting of land, go

to https://ccc.govt.nz/thecouncil/consultations-andsubmissions/haveyoursay/

show/39

In Brief

REDCLIFFS SCHOOL LAND

SWAP FEEDBACK CLOSING

Feedback on the proposed land

swap, which involves moving

Redcliffs School to Redcliffs Park,

closes on Monday. The plan is to

exchange ownership of Redcliffs

Park for the school site. The

swap has been proposed by the

Ministry of Education, which

wants to exchange the school site

it owns in Main Rd for the city

council-owned Redcliffs Park

on Beachville Rd. Under the

proposal, there would be a new

park on the current school site

and the school would be built on

the current Redcliffs Park. Go to

https://ccc.govt.nz/the-council/

consultations-and-submissions/

haveyoursay/show/33 to make a

submission.

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installed. The section from

Madeley Rd and Rockview Pl

off Major Hornbrook Rd will be

closed while trenches are dug

for broadband installation. Both

sections of roads will be closed

from the start of July and the

work is expected to be completed

in August. A bus stop will be

affected, and there will be a

temporary lack of parking.

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Changing attitudes lower the number

• By Bridget Rutherford

DRINK DRIVING charges have

almost halved in Canterbury

over the past decade – a shift

police say is down to changed

attitudes.

The latest drink driving figures

show the number of people

charged for driving under the influence

of alcohol in Canterbury

was 1658 last year, compared

with 2543 in 2007.

Of those, 1604 were convicted

last year. There were 2433 convictions

in 2007.

Nationally, the number has

dropped from 27,328 a decade

ago, compared with 16,304 in

2016.

Canterbury

road policing

manager

Inspector Al

Stewart (left)

said police were

encouraged by

the downward

trend.

“The trauma and grief caused

by an alcohol-related serious

crash is massive, so less people

affected by alcohol on our roads

make them safer for all road

users and reduces harm in our

communities.”

He said changing public

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attitudes to drink driving was

the reason for the decline. It

was not seen as acceptable any

more, he said.

Inspector Stewart said police

had made strategic efforts targeting

alcohol harm, especially on

the roads.

“This has been supported by

the lower drink driving limits

which have encouraged people

to think about their drinking

behaviour and plan to make it

home safely.”

The breath-alcohol limit was

lowered from 400mcg/L to

250mcg/L in December, 2014.

But the limit that triggered

prosecution at court was

400mcg/L.

The latest stats did not include

the number of people given an

infringement notice for driving

over the 250mcg/L limit since it

changed.

But in 2014, the number of

people charged in Canterbury

was 2235, before dropping to

1852 in 2015 and again in 2016.

Bars and pubs have noticed

people are more aware of what

they were drinking, with many

patrons now choosing light beers

and wines.

Valley Inn Tavern owner Dean

Calvert said since the new limit

was introduced in 2014, they had

noticed patrons were buying a lot

more food and snacks to go with

their drink.

“People are eating before they

drive.”

BY THE NUMBERS

Number of drink driving

charges in Canterbury in the

last five years:

2012: 2900

2013: 2472

2014: 2235

2015: 1852

2016: 1658

Number of convictions in

Canterbury in the last five

years:

2012: 2795

2013: 2392

2014: 2187

2015: 1796

2016: 1604

The sale of lower alcohol beer

had also been on the rise, he

said.

“There’s definitely a lot more

people drinking the Monteith’s

Mid Strength Ale.”

They had a courtesy van for 14

years and it had always been very

well used, he said.

Sullivans Irish Bar owner

Mark Sullivan said they had

a wide range of non-alcoholic

beverages, as well as low alcohol

beer and alcohol-reduced wine.

They also sold an Edenvale

non-alcoholic wine, he said.

“There definitely has been a

shift to no-alcohol products.”

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of drink drivers

He said they had seen an increase

in people buying food, and staff

monitored their patrons closely

and encouraged them to eat.

Sullivans manager Subhadra

Marshall said: “People are more

aware of what they’re drinking.”

The statistics showed in

Christchurch, 1562 appeared in

the district court charged with

drink driving last year. It was

2080 in 2007.

In comparison, last year 78

people appeared in the Ashburton

District Court charged

with drink driving, and 170 in

Timaru.

In 2007, people aged 19-yearsold

and under had the most

convictions for drink driving in

Christchurch with 473.

But last year, the number of

under-19s convicted had dropped

to 154, and the 20-24-year-old

bracket was the highest with 323

convictions.

That was followed by the 25-29

age bracket with 274.

Inspector Stewart said police

and communities could not be

complacent.

People needed to continue to

have “hard conversations” with

family members, whatever their

age, if they were putting themselves

and others at risk by drink

driving, he said.

“Police will continue to enforce

alcohol-related offending at a high

level to reduce the trauma and

family harm that results from it.”

FOCUS: Canterbury road

policing manager Inspector

Al Stewart says police have

been targeting alcohol harm

in general, and especially on

the roads.

NEW

NORMAL:

More drivers

are drinking

low alcohol

beer and

non-alcohol

wines.

While the number of

people charged with drink

driving in Canterbury has

almost halved in the last

10 years – changing public

attitude has not deterred

others

•A 38-year-old woman

was caught drink driving

more than four times the

legal limit with her two

young children in Rolleston.

Melanie Susan Trebilco

pleaded guilty to a charge

of driving with excess

blood alcohol after being

caught at a random stop on

Tennyson St on December

9. Her alcohol level was

1157mcg/L. Police said she

refused to let officers escort

her three and

nine-year-old children, as

the car did not have car

seats. She was disqualified

from driving for eight

months, and fined $1000 in

January.

•On the same day,

another Rolleston mother

recorded a reading of

696mcg/L when stopped

in Faringdon subdivision

with her four-year-old child

in the car. The 35-year-old

was pulled over after failing

to stop at a stop sign.

•Well-known race car

driver and businessman

Paul Kelly was caught by

police doing a burnout

in a classic car outside

a Christmas party while

under the influence. The

47-year-old had been

drinking for the day on

December 16 and blew

853mcg/L. He was

disqualified from driving for

six months and fined $600.

• Sarah Jane Arrow was

on a zero-alcohol licence

when she got behind the

wheel after drinking last

year. The 45-year-old was

driving along Main Rd,

four times the legal limit,

and failed to take a bend,

crashing into pedestrian

Ben Appleton. He flew

2m onto the rocks below,

suffering two broken legs,

and a fractured skull and

spine. In September Arrow

was sentenced to twoand-a-half

years in prison

and was banned from

driving for the rest of her

life. She was ordered to pay

$2500 in reparation to Mr

Appleton. It was her fourth

conviction for drink driving.

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Governors Bay

abduction

case lead

• By Andrew King

POLICE HAVE a good line of

inquiry into identifying a man

who tried to abduct a young girl

in Governors Bay on Thursday.

Detective Senior Sergeant Mark

Worner said police have reviewed

CCTV footage from the area

which has given them an idea of

who they are looking for.

The girl fought off a man who

tried to abduct her in the Governors

Bay Hotel car park at about

4.20pm.

The incident involved a man described

as European, in a red car,

possibly a sedan. The girl’s mother

told Bay Harbour News her

daughter fled her attacker.

Governors Bay School board

of trustees chairwoman Amanda

Derry said they spoke to the family

on Thursday and are supporting

them.

“The person responsible should

come forward and get the help

they need before we come and

knock on their door, which will

happen,” Detective Senior Sergeant

Worner said.

Anyone with information can

phone 363 7400. Information can

also be provided anonymously

through Crimestoppers on 0800

555 111.

• By Caitlin Miles

CLIFF FACES in Akaroa are

being monitored by city council

staff after residents expressed

concern over their condition.

They alerted

members of the

Banks Peninsula

Community

Board to their

concerns over the

state of the cliffs

on Beach Rd behind

the Akaroa

Fire Station and

opposite the Akaroa Lighthouse.

The condition of the seawall has

also been called into question.

However, city streets maintenance

manager ​Mark Pinner,

said the slopes behind the

lighthouse have been checked by

the city council on “a number of

occasions.

Community board chairwoman

Christine Wilson said,

in her personal opinion, concern

about rockfall is something to

take seriously.

WARY: The cliff

face behind

the Akaroa Fire

Station (below)

and opposite

the lighthouse,

both on Beach

Rd are monitored

and repaired as

needed.

Worry over condition of cliff faces

Christine

Wilson

“Since the earthquakes when

rockfall concerns are raised it is

important to get them fixed as

quick as possible, it can be quite

concerning,” she said

Mr Pinner said loess faces are

“fairly resilient” but they are

prone to natural weathering and

waterlog from rainfall and they

are “maintained as needed.”

He said the city council is

aware of the erosion of the seawall

near the fire station.

“It is currently being

monitored. Council’s structural

engineers are inspecting and

monitoring the wall, more so

after large tidal events, and preparing

designs for remediation,”

Mr Pinner said.

What’s being done

about Canterbury’s

water quality?

Look a little deeper at the

action being taken to improve

our precious water.

This year, there are new requirements on farmers

to limit the effects of farming on water quality.

The majority of farmers are already doing the

right thing, but more needs to be done to truly

improve our precious water.

We are working with farmers so that they know

exactly what they need to do. It will take time

for these improvements to have an effect on our

water quality and quantity, but we’re off to a

good start.

Look a little deeper at

www.canterburywater.org.nz


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Your Local Views

Pirate’s Corner

Labour MP

Ruth Dyson

writes about

her frustration

over the city

council’s

consultation

process on the

St Andrews Hill/Bridle

Path Rd intersection

Democracy in action or

democracy in-action?

I received recently the

response from the city council

following the consultation about

the St Andrews Hill/Bridle Path

Rd intersection.

The consultation was triggered

by concern from local residents

about the inability to safely

access and exit the intersection

and the safety issues for cars and

cyclists turning left onto Bridle

Path Rd and straight across the

bottom of St Andrews Hill.

This has been an issue of concern

from the time of the original

design of the post-quake

intersection and has continued

to be a safety worry. So it’s not

surprising that about 600 people

put in a submission during the

consultation round – a very

large number of contributions

about a single intersection.

I was frustrated during this

consultation because the options

presented seemed limited. And

now my frustration is growing

because it looks like city council

staff are going to recommend

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board just receives

the information. There is no

suggestion that anything is actually

done as a result.

Many of the people who put

in a submission have told me

that they are really puzzled by

this process. Eighteen months

ago, there was a public meeting

about this and a report prepared

for city council. The community

board then rejected the “do

nothing” option and started

listening to the community.

The most preferred of the

three options is to install traffic

lights just out of the intersection

on Bridle Path Rd. This is quite

an expensive option but it was

still the most popular – not

because it was the best of all options,

but because it was the best

of the three presented for people

who wanted improvements.

I hope our community board

takes action but perhaps some

other alternatives could now

be trialled. Change the phasing

of the green lights to allow

better traffic flow. Put the ‘no

go’ area right across the road to

allow traffic to get onto Bridle

Path Rd. And put a mirror in

so we can see round the corner.

Whatever you do, please do

something.

•Soap Box, page 15

CONFUSING:

Motorists

have reported

trouble

turning right

and long

queues at the

St Andrews

Hill/Bridle

Path Rd

intersection.

Action needed to fix intersection

Careful you don’t

catch hypothermia

• By Gary Manch, navigational

safety officer, Lyttleton

AS I sit at my desk writing this,

I look out the window and see

a large southerly bearing down

on us, bringing with it the usual

lousy weather.

So I will be spending the

day completing long overdue

administration, a task that I am

sure we all love to hate. However,

better to stay warm and dry than

go out in the wet and cold when

it’s not necessary.

If you have decided to let the

administration build up even

more and go out on your boat in

this kind of weather, you need to

consider not only the factors we

have discussed over the past year

about boating safety, but also

your own personal safety when

it comes to putting yourself,

passengers or crew at risk of

hypothermia.

Hypothermia is reduced body

temperature. That happens when

a body dissipates more heat

than it absorbs and can include

symptoms such as shivering,

which may stop the hypothermia

progressing (shivering is actually

a good sign that a person’s

heat regulation systems are still

active); slow, shallow breathing;

confusion and memory loss;

drowsiness or exhaustion; slurred

or mumbled speech; a slow,

weak pulse; and possible loss of

co-ordination, fumbling hands

and/or stumbling steps. None

of which is a pretty picture on

board a boat or anywhere else for

that matter.

In severe hypothermia, a person

may be unconscious without

obvious signs of breathing or a

pulse.

So given the scary list of

symptoms – how do you prevent

hypothermia?

Clearly, staying inside a warm

house or office is a good idea.

However, I am sure that this is

not what you want to hear, especially

you hardy types out there

who enjoy being out and about in

all weathers.

If you are going out, first assess

the weather and conditions before

you set off. If the weather is

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Remove any wet clothing and

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Market Comment

The market has been bubbling along. May was a near record month for us at Ray White Ferrymead

and Lyttelton. Despite what some pundits may say we’ve found the market to be buoyant and strong.

However, what has become more apparent in recent times is to ensure all sellers understand the

importance of supplying all relevant information about their property. This is increasingly important when

it comes to a prospective purchaser being able to obtain insurance cover. Some insurers seem to be

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Your Local Views

Life should be celebrated

S Av O U R t h E

Linwood-

Central-Heathcote

Community Board

member Darrell

Latham talks

about recognising

community service

Recently the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board presented

the 2017 Community

Service Awards. I had the

honour on behalf of the

board of addressing recipients.

The following are

abridged comments from

my address.

Collectively as a group

you are community champions.

However, individually

you are champions of

your community.

As a community we

need to celebrate achievement

because life should

not only be lived it should

be celebrated. The more

you acknowledge achievement

then the more there

is in life to celebrate.

A report released this

week showed that while

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volunteers numbers have

not reduced, the hours that

those same volunteers are

able to commit to community

projects has dropped.

People live busy lives and

for a variety of reasons it

is becoming harder for

people to find the time for

community projects.

All the more reason to

acknowledge your contribution

and to say thank

you.

Just recently, the Queen’s

Birthday Honours awards

were announced. Amongst

the recipients to receive a

knighthood was Graeme

Dingle a mountaineer and

outdoor education worker

extraordinaire.

It was during a traverse

that Jill Tremaine gave

him advice that he has

carried with him ever

since. She said to him that

life is a cup to be filled not

drained. Furthermore,

she told him that he was

actually a selfish person.

‘’You’re boring because

you are obsessed and you

won’t fill your cup until

you do things that are

good for other people,” she

said.

That was a huge lesson

he said. I went out and

borrowed a truckload

of money and set up a

charity. The Sir Edmund

Hillary Outdoor Pursuit

Centre.

The motto of the story

is to say to you as community

champions, thank

you for being selfless and

not selfish and, for doing

things that are good for

other people. In doing so

your cup is full!

Collectively we should

all aspire to be the protectors

and nurturers of our

next generation.

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Linwood

College

PERSONALISED

PATHWAYS

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

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

3rd Row: Havana Aaifou, Thomas McHutchison, Sapana Kharal, William Paulden, Sean Robertson-Wright, Makayla Austin

Enrolling now for 2018

Message from the Principal

Kia ora koutou.

Talofa. Kia Orana.

Malo e lelei. Bula.

Fakaalofaatu.

Namaste and

Kumusta.

Greetings to our

Community.

As this page

shows, the life

of a secondary

school is busy and

varied. Linwood

College nurtures personal excellence by

providing diverse opportunities to meet

individual needs, opportunities that support

a personalised learning pathway.

This pathway is now opening out to our

partner schools. Linwood College is

running a cycle of eight-week enrichment

programmes for Year 6-8 learners in the

May Music Month

schools in our communities, Linwood-

Woolston and the Bays. The programme is

very well regarded by the young learners

themselves and their schools. Debating was

the first topic which culminated in a lively

debate held at Sumner School. The present

programme is Mathematics and is proving

equally valued.

Many people are keen to learn more

about Linwood College. To this end, I am

holding regular evening appointments for

families keen to know more and to meet me

personally. Please phone the school office,

phone 9820100, to book in a time.

Nga mihi nui to our community as the

positive activity of the year continues. I am

always keen to meet people if any member

of the community wishes to talk to me about

anything. My door is open.

Richard Edmundson - Tumuaki-Principal

Samoan Speech Competition Success

To start winter off with a bang on 1st June,

students from Linwood College pitted

themselves against other talented Samoan

speakers from Christchurch schools, as part

of the annual Samoan Speech Competition.

Held at Hillmorton High School, the event

was opened by Leumu Gali, St Thomas of

Canterbury College's Samoan Language

teacher. This year’s topic was: 'Maau i ofaga,

Maua'a lou faasinomaga' ('Keep your identity

alive to thrive').

With more than 100 students competing,

Linwood College's Gloria Sua won first place

in the Year 11 section with Tala Leupolu

(Year 12) achieving third place. Two Year 13s

achieved placings wtih Vai Mariner getting

second place and Janet Tuiloma, third.

It was Janice Tuiloma’s first competition.

She and her twin Janet signed up so that

they could make their families proud.

Another participant, Havana described how

she and others shook with nerves as they

prepared to present their speeches.

The Nationals which will take place in

August 2017 here in Christchurch.

Samoan Language Week Celebrated

To celebrate Samoan Language

Week, in the first week of June

students at Linwood College

arranged a number of activities,

including a lunch for staff.

Students also performed a

number of dances, engaging staff

in a traditional dance.

Chess Tournament Winners

A crowd of Eastgate Library visitors

settled in for double treat – tasty delicacies

provided by the library staff accompanied

by a peppering of performances by

Linwood College students as part of the

recent ‘May Music Month’.

A funky, hip-hop number by Filipino

students and a Bollywood dance followed

the Year 7 students’ drama which kicked off

the evening. The school band performed

many melodious pieces.

Surrounded by vibrant colours and sound,

the audience clapped along to the smooth

reggae tones of Tyrone TePoono as he

crooned Six60’s Don’t Forget Your Roots.

Adonai Schwenke’s thunderous tones

reverberated Tennesse Whiskey’s lyrics

throughout Eastgate to a cheering crowd.

With a dabble of jazz, a smoky solo by Piper

Stewart, a splash of drumming by Luke

Barry, one Samoan dance later - onlookers

were bursting full from the smorgasbord of

the evening’s cultural flavours.

Organisers stated that the event had been

inspired by Linwood College's ‘Festival of

Nations’ held back in March and hope that

this enchanting evening may become an

annual event to showcase local talent.

Students from Year 7 and 8 performing at Eastgate

Library during May Music Month

As the nine o’clock bell tolled, the Linwood

College hall was abuzz with the humming

of table-top timers as students of all ages

from across Christchurch competed. This

gathering was for the annual Chess Power

Interschools Tournament, held on the 22

May.

Seven Linwood College students vied

against students from nine local schools,

achieving twenty-three wins in total. As a

result Linwood College secured first place

in the tournament.

Senior students Marvin Brimon, Joshua

Galang and Ly Jefferson Brimon as well as

Ivo Craeig Baguingey (Year 8) achieved the

four top placings throughout the day.

Marvin Brimon came out on top, winning

six matches and has been invited to

compete in the National Championship

to be held in Hamilton in October.

Congratulations to you all!

Queen’s Birthday Honour for Maths Teacher

Alan Parris with his 1929 Plymouth Four.

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Competition winner Marvin Brimon (Year 13)

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SPORTS

Sumner win in spite of player shortage

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER PULLED one out of

the bag to complete a remarkable

comeback from 0-26 to defeat

Marist Albion 28-26 and record

their sixth straight victory.

However, Sumner coach

Martin Dodgson described

Saturday’s early events as a

comedy of errors and, for some,

getting onto the pitch was half

the battle.

Sumner came into the game

with just a two-man reserve

bench with Dylan Nel, Marshall

Suckling and Poasa Waqanibau

all absent due to selection in

Canterbury’s starting 15 for

tonight’s Ranfurly Shield defence

against Wanganui.

The situation was made

worse when second-five Teariki

Matenga dislocated his shoulder

during the pre-match warm up,

reducing Sumner to a one-man

bench.

That forced the team to move

winger Zach Kibirige into the

midfield.

Things have a funny way of

working out.

Regular second-five Archie

McBride was meant to be absent

from the game, nursing a recent

rib injury. However, just minutes

before the game, he showed up to

watch with his daughter.

“He saw what was happening

and he looked at me and said

should I grab my kit from the

WINNER: Nik Cumming (left) took his season points tally to 114 with the match winning conversion. Zach Kibirige was the man of

the moment as Sumner scored 28 unanswered points in a miraculous comeback against Marist Albion. PHOTO: ROZELLE MAY

car,” said Dodgson.

“He then turned to his

daughter and explained that he’s

going to have to play.”

Sumner now had their twoman

bench restored and were

hopeful of that growing with

their division 2 team rushing

to Edgar MacIntosh Park fresh

from a five-point loss at Lincoln

University.

The team that ran onto the

field looked absent in the first

half as Marist Albion dominated

the early exchanges to pile on 26

unanswered points.

“We needed some rice bubbles,

there was no snap, crackle and

pop,” said Dodgson.

Kibirige put Sumner on the

board as the half-time whistle

sounded when he crashed over

the line to reduce the gap to 19 at

the break.

“A few coarse words were had

at half-time,” said Dodgson.

Marist Albion were reduced to

14 men early in the second-half.

Sumner made the most of the

numbers and Kibirige combined

with his midfield partner Will

Sakura to score his second try.

After being restored to

their full complement, Marist

Albional almost immediately

lost a second player to the sin-bin

when lock Paul Garner was sent

packing by referee James Munro.

This one again created extra

space for Sumner and Kibirige

looked to be enjoying his

makeshift role in the midfield

by completing his hat-trick in

emphatic fashion.

After receiving the ball on his

own 22m line, he shrugged off

half the Marist Albion team in

an 80m runaway try.

The comeback was completed

with just two minutes left on the

clock.

A free-kick was awarded to

Sumner from a 5m scrum and

quick-thinking No 8 Martene

Downes took the tap and caught

the Marist Albion defence

napping to score 10m to the left

of the posts and even the score.

It was then down to first-five

Nik Cumming who took his

points tally for the season to 114

as he calmly slotted the winning

kick.

The game was the opening

match in section two of the

metro competition. Sumner

travel to Shirley at the weekend.

Bays in fight for title

CONTENDERS: Michael Forshaw turns with the ball in Western’s

half during Bays 4-1 on Saturday.

FERRYMEAD BAYS continued

their race for the Mainland

Premier League with a 4-1

win over Western AFC on

Saturday.

They look set to continue a

two-way fight with Cashmere

Technical for this year’s league.

They are currently two points

behind Cashmere but have a

game in hand.

Bays came out firing at Ferrymead

Park, recording all four

of their goals in the opening

half hour.

Seb Schacht opened the scoring

after eight minutes. Shawn

O’Brien, who had transferred

from Coastal midweek, then

doubled the lead with Geoff

MacIntyre adding a third minutes

later.

Andreas Wilson completed

the scoring for Bays with just

his second ever Mainland Premier

League goal, courtesy of

the penalty spot.

Western’s lone goal came

early in the second half when

Mo Khalifa found the back of

the net.

Bays and Western will meet

at Ferrymead Park again on

Saturday, this time in the English

Cup knockout competition.

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Wednesday June 21 2017

Theatre/Arts

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

USING FACIAL expressions to

express a story is normally an

actor’s lifeline for executing a

great stage performance.

But not for Andrew Ford, 34,

who has delved into mastering

the art of deception and disguise

in a show featuring predominantly

masked

characters.

Auckland-based

Ford, who grew

up in Sumner,

will set foot on

the Isaac Theatre

Andrew

Ford

Royal stage as a

bombastic villain

in a comedy about

love, death and preserves.

He said the show has been a

challenge because he has had to

emphases his body movements

and voice, rather than rely on the

simplicity of facial expressions.

“It is great because it gives you

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which I enjoy doing,” the former

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said.

As part of Indian Ink Theatre

Company’s 20th anniversary national

tour, Ford has been cast as

George Reaper in the company’s

award-winning play, The Pickle

COMEDY: Andrew Ford as George Reaper and Vanessa Kumar playing Anmachy in The Pickle

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King. He describes his character

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voice.

Ford has had a colourful career

since he graduated from Auckland’s

Unitec in 2008.

Five times Ford has performed

in Christchurch’s Anthony

Harper Summer Theatre show

and was recently in this year’s

performance of Robin Hood.

Shortland St fans may have

seen Ford make a guest appearance

on the soap as an “insensitive

doctor”.

He said things happen very

quickly behind the scenes and

actors need to be at the top of

their game.

Although a comedy, The Pickle

King tells the story of a blind

receptionist working at a crumbling

hotel in Wellington who

believes she is cursed as everyone

she loves dies.

In spite of the curse, she falls

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believes to be the Grim Reaper.

“For me, the main message

about the show, and it may

be corny, is about having the

courage to love someone . . . she

feels cursed but still falls in love,”

Ford said.

As part of Indian Ink’s

anniversary celebrations, the

original performance of The

Pickle King about 15 years

ago has been changed from a

heterosexual to a same sex love

story.

Ford said very little of the

script needed to be adapted and

it was nice to see audiences were

accepting of the gender change

in the show.

The show also touches on

immigration and the difficulty

many face when they move to

a new country and find their

qualifications mean nothing.

•The Pickle King will run

at the Isaac Theatre Royal

from today until Saturday.

To book tickets go to http://

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The Sumner club had five

athletes representing their high

schools, including Sam Clark,

OVER: Amalie

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Majendie cross

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Oscar Kane uses

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way to a race win.

Sumner club members out in

force at cross-country champs

Shirley Boys’ High School,

Lili Ovendale, Christchurch

Girls’ High School, John Wells,

Christ’s College, and Jess and

Meg Fahey, Marian College.

Sumner’s top performer was

Lili who came third in the sixperson

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Mt Pleasant Memorial Community Centre & Residents’ Association

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within the community with the assistance of the existing Centre

Administrator.

We are looking for professional, experienced, enthusiastic and

motivated individuals interested in being contracted for these roles.

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• Facility management.

• Supporting the treasurer with financial management.

• Marketing and promotion.

• Maintaining excellent communication with our community.

• Supporting activities of the Association.

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• Understanding of community development and community issues.

• Excellent relationship management skills.

• Experience in writing funding applications.

• Experience in marketing and promotion.

• Knowledge of Health and Safety requirements for a community

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• Excellent written and oral communication skills.

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• Management of the weekly Farmer’s Market.

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• Communication with residents.

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phone 027 2900814.

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79 Bambillo Toppers branddevelopers.co.nz

81,83,84 Edwards & Hardy Roofing edwardsandhardyroofing.co.nz

82 Fig Landscapes Figlandscapes.co.nz

85-87 BuildRight Homes buildrighthomes.co.nz

88-94 Bedworld bedworld.co.nz

95 Surafce Solutions surfacesolutions.co.nz

96 NZHL nzhomeloans.co.nz

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97 Readylawn readylawn.co.nz

98-99 DVS dvs.co.nz

100-102 Austin Bluewater austinbluewater.co.nz

103-104 Enable Services enable.co.nz

101 Chopper cuddlebuddies.co.nz

105 Strategic Homes strategichomes.co.nz

106-109 Resene resene.co.nz

110 Millen Christchurch millen.co.nz

112 A1 Konjac Sponge cuddlebuddies.co.nz

113-114 On Cue oncue.net.nz

115-117 Plus 2WP showshop.co.nz

116 Logan Smythe & Associates logansmythe.co.nz

118 Polar Energi polarenergi.co.nz

119 David Reid Homes davidreidhomes.co.nz

120 McKenzie & Willis Flooring Mckenzieandwillis.co.nz

121 VDS Design estervdsande@gmail.com

123 BellaRoc Stone & Tiles bellaroc.co.nz

125 Infrared Panels NZ infraredpanels.co.nz

126 McKenzie & Willis Bedding Mckenzieandwillis.co.nz

127 Sincock, Till & Setz Audiology staudiology.co.nz

129 Property Investors Club propertyclub.co.nz

133 IPG Paintball ipgnz.co.nz

134 Natural Pest Control urbaadv@xtra.co.nz

135 Showerdome showerdome.co.nz

136 Duzz-all beeswax duzz-allbeeswax.co.nz

137 Unovent South unovent.co.nz

138 TC Groundworks tcgw.co.nz

139 Redrock hats redrockhats.co.nz

142-144 Rest area with Summerset summerset.co.nz

145 Power fit gym branddevelopers.co.nz

146 Ark Financial Group arkfg.co.nz

147-150 The Glass Room theglassroom.co.nz

151-156 The Carpet Mill carpetmill.co.nz

157 Treble Glaze trebleglaze.co.nz

158-159 Hororata Highland Games hororata.org.nz

160 Springfree Trampolines springfreetrampoline.co.nz

162 Canterbury Insulation canterburyinsulation.co.nz

163,165 Hometech hometech.co.nz

164,166,168 Carpet Plus carpetplus.co.nz

170 ANZ Bank anz.co.nz

172 Window Innovation windowinnovation.co.nz

174 Canterbury Continuous Spouting continious.co.nz

176-178 Morgan + Stone morganstone.co.nz

181-183 Simply Wardrobes simplywardrobes.co.nz

184,189 Bambillo Beds branddevelopers.co.nz

185 Dream Doors Christchurch dreamdoors.co.nz

186 Waste Co. wasteco.co.nz

187-188 Condensation Control condensation.co.nz

191,193 Venus Flooring venusflooring.co.nz

195-197 Target Furniture targetfurniture.co.nz

192,194,206,208 HRV safe Windows hrv.co.nz

198-202 4 Seasons Home & Leisure 4seasons.co.nz

203 IBS www.ibs.co.nz

204 Air Hawk branddevelopers.co.nz

210 X-Golf Avonhead xgolfavonhead.co.nz

205, 207 Thermatech thermatech.co.nz

209, 211 Agility BuildingSolutions agbs.co.nz

212-213 Icycle electric icycleeletric.co.nz

214 Beam by Electrolux Central Vacuums beam.co.nz

215-218 Dreamwool Beds dreamwool.co.nz

226-231 Boat, Motorhome and Caravan Show classicevents.co.nz

220-224 Pool Land poolland.co.nz

217-227 The Playhouse Challenge birthrightchch.org.nz tpa.org.nz

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