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fatal crash, drink driving sites

But they

won’t be

finished

until

next year

• By Sarla Donovan

NEW SAFETY barriers will be

put up on Main Rd after two

serious crashes within a year –

one which claimed a life.

But they won’t

be completed until

February next

year.

In March, Mt

Pleasant resident

Sarah Jane

Arrow

Maureen Imrie,

73, died when

the vehicle her

husband was driving

slammed through a rickety

wooden barrier near Shag Rock

and plunged into the sea.

Witnesses were able to pull

Bruce Imrie, 77, out of the vehicle,

but it was swept away by an

undertow before they were able

to rescue Mrs Imrie.

The accident came a year to

FATAL: The scene of the crash which claimed the life of Mt Pleasant woman Maureen Imrie.

the day after repeat drink-driver

Sarah Arrow crashed through a

nearby barrier in Moncks Bay,

badly injuring several pedestrians.

Mr Imrie told Bay Harbour

News yesterday he was pleased at

news of the safety measures.

“If there had been a proper

metal safety barrier in place,

there would (still) have been an

accident, but it probably wouldn’t

have been fatal. It was going into

the estuary that killed my wife.”

Police are still investigating the

fatal crash. It’s been a tough year

for the pensioner, whose daughter

died suddenly of leukaemia

just two months after his wife’s

death.

A new safety barrier will be installed

at the bend by Shag Rock

by February next year. There will

also be a new 100m section of

barrier constructed south of the

Shag Rock bend.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community

Board member

Darrell Latham

said the measures

were long overdue.

“That is a

problematic

corner with a long

Latham

history of accidents. We need

to ensure not only that vehicles

are safe from going off the road

at the corner, but also the safety

of people walking from the

Christchurch Yacht Club to Shag

Rock.”

After Mrs Imrie’s death, Dr

Latham met with city council

staff and police, and sought

urgent action on both sites.

While he was pleased to hear

measures were being put in

place, Dr Latham was disappointed

at the lack of communication

from the city council.

•Turn to page 4

•Editor’s view, page 2

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DESK News............................3-10, 15

ABOUT time.

That’s all that can be said about

our front page article today on the

new safety barriers about to be put

in on Main Rd.

It’s taken well over a year to get

to this point and you’ve got to

wonder why.

The changes have been prompted

by two serious crashes, the first

in 2016 and the second in March, a

fatal - the tragic death of Mt Pleasant

woman Maureen Imrie.

But here’s the interesting part.

The new barriers won’t be

finished until February next year.

That’s nearly two years since the

first serious crash involving drunk

driver Sarah Arrow, who hit a

group of pedestrians.

That’s a worry.

Speaking of crashes, there are

two very lucky individuals on page

5 today, after their vehicle crashed

in the early hours of the weekend.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Council’s property goldmine

But will the

community

see any of it?

• By Sarla Donovan

THE CITY council is sitting

on millions of dollars of Banks

Peninsula property which it

must decide to keep or sell.

In total, there are about 28

properties in Banks Peninsula

with a combined value of more

than $6.6m.

More than half of that value

is in three properties in Akaroa

and Diamond Harbour, which

together are valued at $3.5m.

But there are no guarantees

the money will stay within the

Banks Peninsula community if

they’re sold.

If properties are considered

surplus and sold off, the use of

the proceeds would be determined

“on a case-by-case basis”,

according to city council head

of facilities, property and planning,

Bruce Rendall.

Banks Peninsula Community

Board member and deputy

mayor, Andrew Turner, said he

would expect that if property

was sold, the money would

VALUABLE: This city council-owned property in the heart of

Akaroa – currently leased to a local butcher – is valued at

$1.46m.

go into general city council

funds. He said the city council

no longer used “jam jar” accounting

and this was standard

practice.

Another board member, Janis

Haley agreed: “It’s the same

with funds from the cruise

ships. Times have changed –

we’ve amalgamated and we

have to accept that.”

Yew Cottage, at 40 Rue

Jolie, has a registered value

of $700,000. The city council

purchased the building in 1981

to ensure it was not replaced by

a taller building which might

shade the bowling green next

door, but it has been empty

for the past 10 years and now

requires substantial repairs. An

area between the cottage and

the harbour is used informally

as car parking for the bowling

club.

The building has a notable

listing in the Banks Peninsula

District Plan and is incorporated

within Akaroa’s historic

area.

Two parties interested in using

the property were declined

by the community board in

June.

The Akaroa Resource Collective

Trust aimed to “provide,

promote and support charitable

services beneficial to the Banks

Peninsula community.”

The other interested party

was a private buyer.

The board decided neither

would be suitable and was now

working to “identify a local

solution for the future management

of Yew Cottage.”

Another property in the heart

of Akaroa, currently leased as a

butchery and deli and for community

use, is valued at $1.46m.

In Diamond Harbour, a 38ha

block of rural-zoned land behind

the school at 27 Hunter’s

Rd is valued at $1.4m

Described as a “large parcel

of land which could lend itself

to several uses,” the property

borders Bayview Rd to the

south, farmland to the east and

residential land to the north.

Cr Turner said there would be

a formal, robust process to be

followed.

“The board won’t be recommending

the sale of any land

that has value to the community

now or in future.”

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

think any money raised

from the sale of city council

property in Banks Peninsula

should stay in the ward?

Send your views to sarla.

donovan@starmedia.kiwi

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A workshop on Monday will give the

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Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board deputy chairman

Jake McLellan has been appointed

to the Taylors Mistake Baches

Working Party. The working party

will determine if the privately-owned

baches on city council-owned land

will be allowed to remain, and under

what terms. Heathcote city councillor

Sara Tempelton will head up the

working party. A report from the

party is expected to be presented to

the city council by September 30.

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Feedback from the community

about the Naval Point Development

will soon be presented in a formal

consultation document. The city

council asked the community in

May what they would like the future

development of Naval Point to look

like, including the recreation ground,

public boat ramp and the Magazine

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Woolston Brass has role

in world contest success

CHRISTCHURCH musicians

feature prominently in the

National Brass Band of New

Zealand, which was named

runner-up in the brass band

section of the World Music

Contest.

A third of the band members

are from Christchurch, with all

but one playing for Woolston

Brass.

The contest is held every

four years in Kerkrade, the

Netherlands. The New Zealand

band’s programme opened

with Whakarangatiratanga,

•From page 1

Dr Latham was unaware of

the plans to install a new section

of barrier south of the bend.

“It would have been good

if the community board

were updated and advised

accordingly. We haven’t had

an update regarding the latest

measures and that would have

commissioned from New

Zealand composer Gareth Farr.

The programme also featured

a new major work written for

the band by renowned English

composer Peter Graham. The

39 th Parallel is based on the

landscape and mythology of

the Wanganui region in

memory of brass band icon

Kevin Jarrett.

The band performed concerts

in Stein, the Netherlands,

and Aachen, Germany, before

returning to New Zealand last

week.

Barrier for fatal crash site

been nice.”

Aaron Haymes, city council

transport operations manager,

said the barriers will be in place

by February 2018.

“We will then consider

continuing the (southern

barrier) a further 160m, which

will require additional approval

and funding,” he said.

Clash over intersection

in Redcliffs School battle

• By Sarla Donovan

THE INTERSECTION of

Main Rd and Beachville Rd has

become a new factor in the battle

over a new Redcliffs School site.

Friends of Redcliffs Park chairwoman

Simi Desor said the lack

of clarity around what would

happen with the potentially dangerous

Beachville Rd intersection

was a real concern.

“The process has not been

transparent and many people

aren’t happy about it. Changes to

the intersection, signage, lights -

who will pay for it? None of that

has been explained.”

Public consultation on the

Ministry of Education proposal

to rebuild the school on Redcliffs

Park, creating a land swap with

the old school site, closed on June

26.

A hearing panel has been

appointed to work through the

800 submissions received. The

panel would then make a recommendation

to the city council

on whether to go ahead with the

land swap.

But Redcliffs School Board of

Trustees chairman Darren Fidler

said Mrs Desor’s concerns were

unfounded because a decision

CONTROVERSIAL: The Beachville Rd intersection has been

called potentially dangerous for children going to the potential

new Redcliffs School site at Redcliffs Park.

had yet to be made on whether

the relocation would go ahead.

He said once the ministry

had certainty, it would do “a lot

more work”, including specifics

around buildings and transport.

“This includes (how to manage)

the traffic. At this stage,

there are no traffic issues in

Redcliffs that are any worse than

elsewhere in Christchurch or

New Zealand.”

Because the school would likely

back onto the coastal pathway,

he said pupils who could get onto

that would be able to access the

school via walking or scooting.

The current controlled crossing

on Main Rd could also be

continued.

“There are simple solutions to

these concerns. The school and

board are committed to getting

our kids to and from school

safely. We want to work with

residents on this.”

Dr Fidler said the possibility of

closure would be back on the table

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Fire rages, homes at risk

​LUCKY: The aftermath of Sunday’s serious crash on the Christchurch Akaroa Rd.

Pair lucky to survive horror smash

• By Andrew King

TWO PEOPLE are lucky to be

alive after a horror smash saw

their vehicle leave the road and

end up in a nearby property early

on Sunday.

The vehicle the man and

woman were in smashed through

a wooden power pole and a tree

before flying over a 2m wall,

narrowly missing a house in

Robinsons Bay about midnight.

Residents who heard the crash

raced to the scene and found the

vehicle in a neighbouring property

after leaving the Christchurch

Akaroa Rd.

Akaroa Senior Constable

Anita Osborne said she could

not believe how lucky the two

occupants were when she first

arrived.

“If you looked at the scene you

wouldn’t think anyone could

have survived,” she said.

Emergency services arrived

and firefighters cut free a

27-year-old woman who was

then airlifted to Christchurch

Hospital with head injuries.

The driver, who suffered a

broken back and ribs, was taken

to hospital by ambulance.

The power pole was snapped

off at the base and found in the

paddock a number of metres

away, while debris from the tree

was littered around the property

- there was a big piece of wood

protruding from the windscreen.

The woman involved in the

crash told Bay Harbour News on

Monday she could not remember

anything about the crash or the

ride in the helicopter.

That was probably a good

thing, she said.

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entire gully area.

It also aimed to improve the

water quality of the stream and

increase the food sources available

for native birds and insects.

More than 2000 plants have

been planted over the two years,

much more than originally estimated,

and swathes of gorse and

broom have been removed.

There has been strong community

and volunteer support for the

project, and regular watering of

the plants has been organised by

the volunteers.

The project was done through a

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New pipes for Main Rd

Rock fall risk

no longer

hindering work

NEW PIPES will be laid

underneath the Peacocks

Gallop section of Main Rd

in Sumner over the next

few months.

The replacement of the

quake-damaged water and

wastewater pipes has not

been able to proceed before

now because of the high

rock fall risk.

However, now the

geotechnical hazards

have been addressed and

the shipping containers

removed, work can begin

on replacing the damaged

pipes beneath the roadway.

A new wastewater pipe

will be installed under

the centre of the road. A

second water supply pipe

will also be added to increase

the resilience of the

network.

The new water pipe will

carry 4.3 million litres of

water a day – enough to

nearly fill an Olympic-size

swimming pool twice

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in Clifton Bay, Richmond

Hill, Sumner, Scarborough

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The city council will also

be installing a crash barrier

at Shag Rock corner

along Peacocks Gallop,

and will be resurfacing the

road.

“We are very aware

that Main Rd is the only

traffic access in and out of

Sumner so we will be taking

all measures to ensure

that disruption is kept to a

minimum,’’ said city council

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and waste, John Mackie.

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be maintaining two lanes

of traffic along Main Rd

to minimise congestion

and delays. Some work

will need to be carried

out at night. When that

is happening traffic may

be reduced to one lane for

periods,’’ Mr Mackie said.

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Harbour dredging gets approval

Groups still

against plan

THE EXPANSION of Lyttelton

Harbour’s shipping channel has

been approved in spite of stern

opposition from iwi, residents

and marine farmers.

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

has received four resource

consents to deepen the harbour

channel, allowing larger ships to

enter the port.

The project would cost up to

$120 million.

A deeper channel is required

to service larger ships, which

were becoming standard worldwide,

the company said.

There has been opposition

to the plan, with Sumner and

Taylors Mistake residents saying

they are worried the sediment

will cause a “silt beach.”

Marine farmers also called

for strict conditions, including

comprehensive monitoring, to

be put in place if the consent was

granted.

Environment Canterbury

received 44 submissions, with

the majority opposing the LPC

project.

The channel’s length would

be doubled to 6.km, widened by

20m and its depth increased by

5-6m.

Under the plan, 18 million

cu m of sediment would be

sucked up and dumped offshore

over two years, mostly at a disposal

site 6km away from Godley

Head.

A hearings panel led by Sir

Graham Panckhurst decided “by

a considerable margin” that the

consents be granted, but stressed

the need for responsibility by

LPC.

The panel said that although

there would be environmental

effects, the proposed safeguards

were “impressive.”

The consents were granted for

35 years.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Should

the planned dredging of

Lyttelton Harbour go ahead,

why or why not? Email sarla.

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Feedback sought on reserves

MEMBERS OF the community

can provide their input on how

the Te Oka and Misty Peaks

reserves should be looked after.

The city council wants feedback

on how people think the

two large reserves should be

managed.

It is looking to put together

draft management plans for

the reserves to ensure they are

looked after and protected for

generations to come through

future development and general

maintenance.

Te Oka Reserve is the only

park on Banks Peninsula which

provides the opportunity for sea

to summit ecological restoration.

The city council bought 903ha

of farmland adjoining Te Oka

and Tumbledown bays to form

the park, with the aim of protecting

and enhancing biodiversity

and to provide recreational opportunities

in a natural setting.

The reserve has an existing

track network and provides

swimmers and surfers access to

both bays.

Misty Peaks Reserve is a scenic

park created when the city council

bought 500ha of the former

Mt Desmond Station. It sits

alongside the privately-owned

Hinewai Reserve and surrounds

the Department of Conservationadministered

Armstrong

Reserve.

Misty Peaks Reserve is home

to a range of native birds and

lizards and a number of rare or

GROWTH: Lyttelton Port Company of Christchurch has been granted resource consents to

deepen the harbour channel.

threatened plants.

Together, the reserves provide

nearly 1700ha of land with high

recreation and conservation

value. They are close to Akaroa

and easily reached from three

main roads.

Once the initial public input

is collected, a draft plan will be

put together and presented to the

public for feedback in November.

The city council aims to approve

the plan by May next year.

•To provide input into the

management of Misty

Peaks and Te Oka reserves

between now and July 24,

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

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News

Redcliffs

trap library

opened

• By Sarla Donovan

REDCLIFFS RESIDENT John

Cook is giving the native bird

population a helping hand by

setting up a trap library.

People can now borrow rat and

stoat traps from the Redcliffs Community

Shed to put in their gardens.

A $250 grant from the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board helped Mr Cook to set up the

library.

The urban initiative is part of a

broader push to create a predatorfree

Port Hills.

Mr Cook said similar urban-trapping

schemes have been running

in Wellington after predator-free

advocate Kelvin Hastie spent two

years helping the Wellington suburb

of Crofton Downs become free of

rats, stoats and other mustelids.

More recently, Khandallah, Ngaio,

Wadestown, Wilton, Highbury and

Mirimar have joined the cause.

There had been a “proliferation” of

rats and stoats after the Canterbury

earthquakes, Mr Cook said, and the

native bird population was under

threat nationally, along with insects,

gheckos, lizards and others.

Anyone interested in helping out

or using the trap library can contact

Mr Cook at jkscook@xtra.co.nz or

027 253 7458

Pushing fashion boundaries

• By Sarla Donovan

HE MAY still be studying, but

third year Ara Institute fashion

student William Roper has

already worked with top New

Zealand designers.

Mr Roper, who lives in Governor’s

Bay, recently showed off

his industry-directed collection

for Ara’s annual exhibition.

The striking black and white

designs were inspired by an

internship with Auckland

designer James Dobson of

JimmyD.

“James was a judge at the

Hokonui Fashion Awards,

where I happened to win a section

and he remembered my

work. That was a factor in him

deciding to take me on I think,”

Mr Roper said.

Fashion design was always on

the cards for Mr Roper, after his

mother introduced him to sewing

while still at primary school.

He attended the Rudolf Steiner

School in Opawa throughout

primary and high school.

“Mum taught me to sew and

that piqued an interest in pattern

making and construction.

So I’ve been pottering around

on a sewing machine for quite a

few years.”

Jimmy D’s aesthetic matches

his own.

“I like black because it goes

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with everything. And fabric is

really important too - natural fibres

are the way to go - I try and

steer clear of synthetics; they

feel horrible and they’re bad for

the environment. Silk is great

to work with and I like designs

rooted in a theme, I think it

gives more depth.”

“In the grand scheme of

things, (my work) is not that

wild. It’s different to what you

find in the malls, but in terms

of the fashion scene there’s a

market for it; New Zealand loves

that black drapy look.”

“I’m interested in how far

you can push the concept of

clothing. One of my garments,

the Transformer, can be worn

inside out, back to front, or any

combination of those. It’s quite

wild - when you lay it out flat,

you wonder where is my head

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Next up is the end of year runway

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At the Heart of

Our Community

Market Comment

They say results aren’t everything but what else can you go by?

These days it’s all about dealing with facts rather than making assumptions. Here at

Ray White Ferrymead we’re pretty pleased with our results, especially over the last

couple of months. Not only were we awarded number 2 office for Ray White in the

South Island but our auction results are sitting at 65% sold either under the hammer

or unconditionally prior to auction, compared to the national average of 41%. On top

of that, the number of properties our managers are looking after has continued to

increase month on month with tenant enquiry also remaining positive.

With interest rates still low and a reduced number of properties for sale over winter

we’re predicting a strong second half of the year as buyer demand increases and the

market once again gains momentum moving into the traditionally busy spring and

summer months.

And that’s a fact!

Nancy Vincent Parr

Operations Manager

Dan Newburgh

022 657 1497

Eddie Spry

021 1565 884

Marie Malone

0274 898 349

Featured Property

In the Community…

3 Roland Lane – As Is Where Is

Enter your own world

down a private lane. A safe

place for children to play

with a decile 10 primary

school 5 minutes walk

away. Peace and seclusion

where you can live life on

your own terms.

The house is set in

mature gardens on a

generous 1143m2 section on the lower slopes of Mount Pleasant.

Sheltered from the easterly. Architecturally designed on three

levels there is always a sense of discovery as you move from room

to room. Rimu paneling gives warmth to this family home, as does

the afternoon sun as you watch it travelling to set behind the

Southern Alps. The central kitchen/dining area flows directly onto

the elevated deck from which the expansive view continues to

unfold. Internal 2-car garage and plenty of off-street parking.

The property and chattels are to be sold uninsured on an ‘As

Is, Where Is’ basis, with no insurance or EQC entitlement

transferable.

Are you bold enough to take this one on? Contact Matt Clayton

for more information.

At the end of each term Ray White

Ferrymead awards a book prize to

children at Redcliffs School who have

consistently upheld a particular school

value for the term, this last term was

“excellence”. This is a tradition that has

continued for the past 16 years, and

we are very proud to have such a long

standing relationship with one of our

local schools. We are also proud to

be financial supporters of the Special

Needs Programme at the school.

Left to right: Ethan Nicholson, Eddy

Stanton, and Scarlett Dunbar receiving

their Excellence book award from Craig

Prier – Principal Ray White Ferrymead.

Eleanor Corston

027 435 2415

Anna Loader

027 272 7128

Angela Harden

Listings Administrator

Mark Gardner

021 633 669

Elise Chappell

027 226 4413

Daisy Foldesi

021 328 059

Top Sales for June

“What people are saying about us”

Jan Edlin

027 433 8025

Matt Clayton

021 2233 998

Paula and Simon

“Excellent communication with us, very professional, worked hard, and

comes across (to potential buyers as well as us), as honest and trustworthy”

- Vendors 20 Seamount Terrace, Mt Pleasant

Bev Prout

“She was on the ball, reported well and ultimately ensured I got a very good

price” - Vendors 24 Stoke Street, Sumner

Patricia Van der bent

027 296 1408

Bronny Clifford

021 272 7718

Paula and Simon Standeven

Matt Clayton and Craig Prier

“Auction day was excellent with a great attendance and spirited bidding.

Thanks to Matt and Craig for a great result”

- Vendor 242g Main Road, Moncks Bay

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Wednesday July 19 2017

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PAGE 13

Fire-breather

makes the stage

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

LEARNING TO breath fire

could be seen as a daunting way

to get into Lyttelton’s stage.

But that’s how Woolston’s

Aaron Boyce, 48, debuted on the

stage, blowing fire for the former

Christchurch Drama Centre’s

show Linnaeus Prince of Flowers.

“Somebody said to me ‘do you

want to be a fire breather?’ And

I said I am willing to learn,” he

said.

Nearly 20 years down the track,

Boyce may not be breathing

flames in his latest show but he

will play a key role in Top Dog

Theatre’s latest show Up ‘N’ Under

by John Godber.

Set in England, the show is

based around an ex-professional

rugby league player called Arthur

(Tom Trevella), who bets his life

savings he can train a team to

beat the undefeated Cobblers

Arm.

Boyce has two roles in the

show. He plays Reg Welsh, a

member of the Cobblers Arm,

and amateur league player Steve,

who helps form the team to take

down the Cobblers Arm side.

He described Steve as “flamboyant”

and a “bit of a lad” while

Reg Welsh is mature and wellto-do,

with a bit of coin behind

him. He said Steve is basically the

comic relief in the show. Taking

part in the show was a reunion

for Boyce who first performed

with fellow actors Tom Trevella

and Dan Crossen in the Top Dog

Theatre production The Merchant

of Venice in 2005.

Since his debut as a fire breather,

Boyce has performed with

a variety of theatre companies,

including Showbiz Christchurch

and Riccarton Players.

In spite of burning himself

the odd time, Boyce still enjoys

breathing fire on occasion.

In 1996, when Boyce was fireblowing

at a Crusaders game, he

suffered minor burns and loss of

hair and eyebrows.

“I blew straight into a

nor’wester and the flames just

came straight back at me,” he

said.

•Up ‘N’ Under runs at the

Lyttelton Arts Factory until

July 22. To book tickets, go to

http://topdogtheatre.com/

shows/up-n-under/

“Epic turnout”

for Fuse disco

The kids were glowing at Fuse’s UV disco on a

recent Friday night as year 7 and 8 pupils from

local schools celebrated the last day of term.

Shoreline Youth Trust manager Gareth Davies

said there was a “pretty epic turnout” for the

event. ​

Saturday 8 –

Saturday 22 July 2017

Cool time in Tekapo

SNOW FUN: Twenty one excited Christchurch teenagers attended an overnight snow camp

in Tekapo last week. The event was part of Youthtown’s Breakaway Holiday programme which

aims to engage young people in a range of physical and mental activities and challenges.

The group spent the two days completing a range of individual and team challenges as well

as fun, snow-based activities such as snow tubing, sledding and ice skating. The Breakaway

programme continues this week with Christchurch based activities for the group. ​

“ OUR KIDS SAY THEY

NEED TO MAKE AN

APPOINTMENT

TO SEE US!”

See Joy & Bill’s story at summerset.co.nz

“We’ve never been so social”

Joy and Bill have been at Summerset for village activities with friends, including

just over four years and held their golden the very popular Wine Appreciation Group.

wedding anniversary celebration at their

They’re loving the life, and as Bill says,

retirement village.

“The added advantage is that you have

Their spacious villa is often filled with a support crew if something goes wrong

family when they’re not flat out enjoying and that to me is reassuring.”

Come and see why we

love the life at Summerset

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22 & 23 July, 10am-4pm

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News

Glass case for sod cottage

JAMES PENFOLD’S 1870’s sod

cottage is to be repaired.

Located in Scott Park near the

Ferrymead Bridge, the heritage

landmark with its original sod

block construction offers a unique

insight into early earth-building

techniques used by 19 th century

Canterbury settlers.

The sod hut was the home

of Captain James Penfold

(1832-1905) who was master of

the schooner Excelsior which

traded between New Zealand

and Australia and was wrecked

on the Sumner Bar. Penfold used

material from the wrecked ship

and sods cut from the river when

building his cottage.

Carolyn Ingles, head of urban

regeneration, design and heritage

at the city council, said the cottage

was badly damaged in the February

22, 2011, earthquake.

“The walls facing Main Road

and Ferrymead Bridge are largely

intact, and these can be repaired

to keep the historic street view

of the cottage,” Ms Ingles said.

“However, some of the remaining

walls are too badly damaged to repair

– so rather than deconstruct

and reconstruct the cottage with

new materials, which will remove

a lot of the heritage fabric that

makes it such a historic building,

we’re proposing to enclose those

parts in toughened glass.

“The proposed stabilisation and

SAVED: The restored cottage before the February 22, 2011,

earthquake. ​

repair option would highlight the

workmanship that makes Penfold’s

Cottage so significant – as

well as provide a more engaging,

authentic experience for visitors.

Of course, the community feels

a real sense of ownership for this

cottage, and we want to consider

their views on how we might best

preserve it.”

Funding has been set aside

for the repair to take place in

2018–19.

The city council is seeking community

feedback on its proposed

plans. There are also set to be

two drop-in sessions at the Mt

Pleasant Yacht Club, Scott Park,

Main Rd, where visitors can

talk to city council staff about

the project. They will be held at

7–9pm on Thursday, July 20, and

at noon–2pm on Saturday July 22.

Feedback closes on August 14.

For more information, visit

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Lyttelton services

get funding boost

• By Caitlin Miles

THE LOONS Club and

struggling Lyttelton

Community House both

received a funding boost to

help cover operating costs.

The two groups requested

funding from the Banks

Peninsula Community Board

to help pay for things like rent,

power and insurance.

The Loons Club is different

to the Loons Theatre Trust.

It operates mainly as a

Working Mens Club and plans

to provide a multi-purpose

community facility for local

groups and organisations to

hire the space once its facility

is rebuilt.

It is currently in the final

stages of rebuilding on its

premises at 16 Canterbury

St after it suffered significant

damage in the February 22,

2011 earthquake. The club

has spent the last six years

focused on raising funds for

the rebuild.

The Maritime Union has

agreed to lend the funds

needed for the rebuild but it

does not cover the operational

costs.

REBUILD: The Loons Club

is hoped to be completed

within the next six months. ​

The community board

agreed to provide $1667 to help

cover those costs.

The Lyttelton Community

House is in a similar position,

it needs funding to help pay

for power, insurance and telephone

and internet costs.

The community house has

struggled with a lack of funding

recently. It has to cut staff

and reduce its hours to be able

to operate. The house is run by

volunteers and provides social

services to the area.

The community board also

agreed to provide $1667.

Both groups have been

encouraged to apply for the

further funding from the

Strengthening Communities

2017-2018 fund.

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SPITAL

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PROJECT WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT? STATUS

1. Avon River

Precinct – The

Promenade

New city waterfront with shared-space streetscape,

paved areas, art, gardens, lighting and seating.

• Finishing in stages. Montreal to Durham Street

will be mostly complete this year.

2. Victoria Square

Restoration

Making it safer and more accessible. • Opening in early 2018.

3. East Frame Around 900 new homes for 2000 people and the

3rd largest public space in the central city.

4. South Frame People-focused laneways and gathering spaces,

connecting the Innovation Precinct with the

Health Precinct.

• Public spaces opening in early 2018.

• First 20 homes finishing in mid-2018. Next set

of homes finishing in 2019.

• Opening in stages.

• Evolution Square in the Innovation Precinct

opening in late 2017.

5. Durham Street,

Manchester

Street and

Hospital Corner

Improving the streets, ready for the future

demands on the travel network.

Bealey Ave

• Major work finished on Durham and

Manchester Streets.

Bealey Ave

• Goal is to finish outstanding work by the

end of 2017.

6. Convention

Centre

• 1400 delegate auditorium

• 3600m 2 exhibition hall

• Ground preparation is finished.

• Construction starts soon.

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8. Canterbury

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• 1600m 2 meeting rooms

The largest aquatic and indoor recreation and

leisure facility in New Zealand.

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Your Local Views

Residents’ associations

play an important role

ews

List MP for the

Port Hills Nuk

Korako reflects

on the role

of residents’

associations in

our democracy

Where

ashion

would we be without

our residents’ associations?

One of the things I think we do

particularly well here in the Port

Hills is care for our communities

and look out for each other.

Residents’ associations play a

vital role in advocating on behalf

of our communities, improving

social and communal facilities

Gardening

and working on everything from

small issues to large projects.

They contribute significantly

by involving the community in wherever we can.

issues that affect them, as well

as boosting communication and

create networking opportunities.

You only have to look through

the pages of Bay Harbour News

or attend a residents’ association

meeting to see how involved the

they are.

When Redcliffs School faced

in Wellington. The Sumner

Residents’ Association has also

worked hard alongside Sumner

Green and Skate to restore a

permanent skate park to their

community.

And, in Mt Pleasant, the

residents’ association has done a

stellar job of providing a central

community facility for use by

residents.

Residents’ associations help

amplify the voice of residents in

the community when they need

to get their point across.

Whether it is at the community

board, council or central

Government level, they help to

keep us informed and ensure

we stay connected to the people

we represent and assist them

Importantly, they do a lot to

support their communities and,

in return, they depend on the

support of residents to function.

If you aren’t a member of your

local association, why not look

them up, join, or even see how

you can help out?

otoringI talked in my last column

the prospect of closure, Redcliffs about the benefits of volunteering

Residents’ Association was – and your local residents’

one of the groups that made association might just be the

its voice heard loud and clear perfect place to start.

Jet ski users warned:

Don’t behave like an idiot

Lyttelton-based

navigational safety officer

Gary Manch writes about

jet ski safety and looking

out for others while using

the water

Just as I thought things were

settling down for the winter, our

office received a complaint from

one of the local New Brighton

surfies about four jet skis playing

around close to the surfers and

the pier supports.

The surfer provided a video

and, to be honest, it does not

portray the jet ski users in a

good light.

The most annoying thing here

is that in spite of the surfer remonstrating

with the jet ski users

because he was concerned for

his safety, they chose to ignore

him and continued to travel at

speed very close to the pier and

the water user.

Now I hear you thinking that

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of their vessels and the surfer

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From my experience no matter

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Pirate’s Corner

there, and with the eastern

seashore being kilometres long

there are plenty of other places

to play and have fun safely.

Sadly these people decided for

whatever reason to put other water

users at risk. This behaviour

is just plain stupid and does a lot

to damage the goodwill between

different groups of water users.

While the majority of jet ski

users are very good and comply

with the rules and regulations,

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name to an otherwise responsible

group. The rules are very

simple: If you are within 50m of

any person in the water, or within

200m of any shore or structure,

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is 5 knots (around 9.3km/h). My

message to you is clear – please

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behave like an idiot and put

other people at risk.

Hopefully, someone who reads

this article will know the people

on the jet skis involved and pass

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Rotary helps teacher succeed on water

News

Ferrymead

Rotarians

had a strong

inkling they

were on

to a good

thing when

Ryan Pearce

approached them for

support to get to the waka

ama (outrigger canoeing)

world championships. Club

Fashion

member Barbara Crooks

writes about how it worked

out

The 34-year-old South

Brighton School teacher

was part of a para-six which

paddled to a silver medal at the

World Distance Waka Ama

Gardening

Championships Tahiti a

couple of weeks ago.

Pearce, who has used a brace

on his right leg since spinal

surgery eight years ago, had been

paddling for just 12 months

before making the New Zealand

team.

To get to Tahiti he – and each

of his fellow paddlers –had to

Motoring

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since the team was named in

March.

His personal and professional

attributes impressed Ferrymead

DETERMINED: Ryan Pearce (front) won a silver medal at the World Distance Waka Ama

Championships in Tahiti. ​

Rotary members so much they

readily agreed. And while they

thought their contribution

modest, Ryan pointed out that

they had paid his Christchurch

to Auckland airfare – without

which he wouldn’t have made

the plane to Tahiti.

After his selection was

confirmed in March, he had to

fund a medical examination, and

flights, food and accommodation

for three training camps (in

Napier, Auckland and Tauranga)

and the world champs in Tahiti.

As he says, there are no free

rides for truly amateur sports in

New Zealand.

His waka success further

reflected Pearce’s resolve since

complications with a 2009

operation to remove a varicose

vein on his spinal cord left him

with no feeling from the waist

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day.

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crossing swim in Auckland,

dragging himself across almost

entirely with his arms. He has

done four more distance swims

since.

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harder for waka than his swims

because he didn’t want to let his

mates down. He’s also quick to

point out that, while one of the

seven paddlers did not get a start

in Tahiti, the performance was

very much a team effort.

Pearce sees “paddling in

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SPORTS

Club runs up medal tally in cross-country

• By Gordon FIndlater

SUMNER WILL look to finish

their impressive late season

run of form with a piece of

silverware.

The Wave’s 52-24 demolition

of Linwood on Saturday confirmed

their spot at the top of

section two in the metro rugby

competition. They will now play

Burnside who finished at the

bottom of section one in a plate

semi-final.

A re-shuffled backline due to

the absence of regulars Marshall

Suckling and Nik Cumming

didn’t seem to affect the team,

who piled on the points with

IN FRONT: Dave

Fitch on his way

to winning the

men’s 40 and

over race.

tries to Dylan Nel (2), Digby

Ioane, Zach Kibirige, Peri Marks,

Tom Ziolo and Poasa Waqanibau.

Sumner had a slow start to

the season, which saw them

play all of the top-four trophy

semi-finalists in as many rounds.

Since then, they have lost just

three games.

However, in their last 10 outings,

they have suffered just one

loss, a 25-26 nail-bitter to Shirley.

While the team would love

to be competing for the biggest

prize in the competition, coach

Martin Dodgson believes they

are setting a good platform to do

so in the future.

SUMNER RUNNING Club

had a strong showing at the

Canterbury cross-country

champs at Halswell Quarry on

Saturday.

The combination of rain and

sleet all week, combined with

Saturday’s sunny weather, made

for perfect conditions, with the

course’s ditches filled with water.

Some of the younger competitors

even found themselves knee deep

in it.

Hero Barrettelli and Fred Fitch,

both seven-years-old, finished

first and third respectively in the

grade eight boys event. Amelie

Clark followed suit by picking

up third place in the grade

eight girls, while Charlie Bailey

finished second in the grade 12

boys.

In the seniors, both Nathan

Jones and Dave Fitch took out

their age categories. There were

also podium finishes for Al Cory-

Wright and Katherine Fitch

Sumner club results

Eight boys: Hero Barrettelli, 1;

Fred Fitch, 3.

Eight girls: Amelie Clark, 3.

Nine girls: Louisa Fitch, 3.

10 boys: Dylan Lyons, 3; Oscar

Kane 4.

10 girls: Benita Clark, 5.

12 boys: Charlie Bailey, 2;

Mitchell Kane, 3; Aaron Clark, 5.

14 boys: John Wells, 8.

“We’re probably still a year

away from thinking that we can

sit up at the big table with the big

PODIUM: Charlie Bailey

received his medal for

finishing second in the grade

12 boys race.

Under-18 women: Victoria

Wells, 14.

45 women: Katherine Fitch, 2.

Open men: Paul Timothy, 8;

Simon Wooding 9.

35 men: Nathan Jones, 1.

40 men: Dave Fitch, 1.

50 men: Al Cory-Wright, 2.

55 men: Trevor Batin, 8.

REDEMPTION:

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Saturday’s match at Burnside

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YOUNGSTER: Fred Fitch on

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TRIO: Simon Wooding,

Nathan Jones and Paul

Timothy cross the water

hazard at the Halswell Quarry.

Sumner in hot form ahead of semi-final against Burnside

gauge of where they are at. The

two teams met back in round

six of the round-robin season,

with Burnside winning 25-14. At

the time, it was Sumner’s sixth

straight loss to start the year and

it sealed their fate in the bottom

six (section two).

“We had a lot of key players

missing that day, but that game

still irks us,” said Dodgson.

“We feel like we’ve got nothing

to lose, they’ve come down from

the top six and won’t want to go

and lose to a bottom six team.”

The other plate semi-final will

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Wednesday July 19 2017

MUDDY: The girls 13th grade team took part in the Alan Fraser

Memorial Tournament in Kaiapoi

Ferrymead Bays

bring cups home

SPORTS

STOKED: The

Bays ninth

graders hoisted

their second

place cup into

the air at the

Christchurch

Football Centre.

TWO OF Ferrymead Bays

junior football teams collected

silverware over the last week.

The club had four teams

competing at the Christchurch

International Cup held at the

Christchurch Football Centre in

Yaldhurst.

Bays ninth grade team

achieved the best result, finishing

second in their age group. They

defeated Selwyn United 3-0 in

the quarter-finals and Dunedin

Technical 3-1 in the semi-final,

before falling to Tauranga’s All-

Stars Football Academy 0-4 in

the final.

The 10th grade team finished

third, defeating Aoraki Black 2-0

in their quarter-final. They then

lost 3-4 to Coastal Spirit in the

semi-final, before defeating Canterbury

United 4-1 in the play-off

for third spot.

The Bays 12th grade team finished

fifth, while the 11th grade

team finished 14th.

The club also had two girls’

teams competing in the Alan

Fraser Memorial Tournament at

Kendall Park in Kaiapoi.

Both the 13th and 11th grade

Bays teams finished seventh in

their competitions.

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by 5pm each Wednesday

Kids Fest Storytimes

Wednesday, 11am-noon

Explore the world through

stories. Come dressed as your

favourite character and enjoy the

costumes, stories, rhymes and

songs. Half an hour of stories,

followed by half an hour of craft.

Akaroa Library, 2 Selwyn Ave

Use It or Lose It

Wednesday, 9-9.50am

This class is for the over-50s

and is a gentle exercise class

suitable for those wanting to

improve their strength, balance

and mobility. Have fun in a

friendly atmosphere, meet new

people and get active and fit at

the same time. First class is half

price.

Redcliffs Bowling Club, James

St, Redcliffs. $5

Running Club

Thursday, 6-7pm

Get active and have fun

running with like-minded

people at the Kathmandu and

Salomon event. There are various

professional coaches to help

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Thursday, 9.30am-noon

If you’re crafty or want to start

getting crafty go along to this

group. Take your own project or

go with ideas for a new one. Others

in the group are there to offer

help or advice. Meet new likeminded

creative people and learn

new skills. Phone Beth on 022

678 1252 for more information.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $3

Mainly Music

Friday, from 9.30am

If you’re looking to engage your

baby or pre-schooler with music,

go along every Friday morning

for a series of 30min sessions. The

first starts at 9.30am and the last

finishes at 11.45am. This event

runs during term school times.

The sessions allow for children,

parents and caregivers to meet

one another and interact with

others. Mainly Music is a fun and

educational music and movement

session followed by morning tea

and a social time. The first session

is free, $4 per session after

that. Call Hazel on 384 1965 or

021 077 1264 for more information.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Christchurch Civic Awards

2017

Each year, the Christchurch City Council gives

awards to those individuals and organisations

who have performed substantial service

( usually of a voluntary nature) or made

important contributions to the city and the

lives of its people. Any significant service

that is seen as worthy of recognition may be

presented for civic commendation.

Nominations are invited for the 2017

Christchurch Civic Awards.

If you wish to nominate someone, please

visit the Christchurch City Council website

ccc.govt.nz ( KEYWORD: Civic Awards) to

download a nomination form. Forms can also

be collected from Council service centres and

libraries.

Completed nominations should be forwarded

in a sealed envelope to:

GOOD OLD TIME: Enjoy a day out at Ferrymead Heritage Park and take advantage of half

price admission. During the school holidays, children can take part in drop-in activities during

weekdays for no extra cost. In the bakery, bake and decorate biscuits and take part in heritage

craft-making. At the school, have fun with heritage games. The tram will be running every day

of the holidays and the bakery will be open from 10am to 3pm. Open Wednesday, Thursday

and Friday this week, 10am to 4.30pm, 50 Ferrymead Park Dr.

Babytimes

Friday, 10.30-11am

This event allows for parents

and caregivers to interact with

each other while letting the

babies learn. At these sessions,

babies learn through language,

rhymes, songs, stories and play.

The babies learn together and

build connections with each

other.

Lyttelton Library, 18 Canterbury

St. Free entry

Chocolate Lectures

Monday, 10.30am

Popular Christchurch historian

Frieda Looser will present

this five-week lecture series,

opening with Cacao Beans and

the Aztecs. The cost will be $5

per session. All welcome. For

further information, call Pat

Whitman on 384 3475 or Andy

Blaikie on 389 0841

Mt Pleasant Community Centre,

3 McCormack’s Bay Rd

Markets:

The weekly markets have many

different attractions and delicious

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are you Considering

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The weather may be cooler but the property market in the seaside

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Be health smart

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HaNDS arE the main pathways of germ

transmission. Hand hygiene is therefore

the most important measure to avoid the

transmission of harmful germs.

Wash your hands, before & after food

preparation and eating, if you borrow

someone elses equipment and of course

after blowing your nose. For convenience

it is a good idea to have hand sanitiser on

hand to use in between washing.

Sneezing & coughing into the crook

of your arm or tissues rather than your

hand, reduces the spread of airborne

bugs. remove tissues to the rubbish

immediately.

Keep hydrated, two thirds of your body

is made of water, so keeping hydrated

is one of the most important things you

can do for your health. Dehydration

symptoms range from headaches to

nausea to fatigue, but the effects of

dehydration on your immune system are

not always as obvious. Staying hydrated

keeps the mucus membranes moist, which

keeps the immune system functioning

optimally. Unfortunately, lattes and wine

don’t count, but upping your intake of

water is incredibly beneficial. aim to

drink at least eight glasses of water a day.

You’ll notice the difference!

Eat in season, poor nutrition impairs

the immune response. Fresh vegetables,

fruits, nuts, grains and legumes or pulses

are full of immune-boosting properties

and antioxidants. Nature provides fresh

seasonal foods to compensate for what

our bodies are lacking at that time of

year. Kiwifruit & citrus fruits that are in

season throughout winter are packed with

Vitamin C.

Stress less, although short periods of

stress can actually be good for us longterm

chronic stress lowers our immunity,

making us more susceptible to colds and

flu. We all have our own ways of coping

and reducing stress so whether it’s taking

a bath, going to the gym, getting outdoors

in the garden or having fun with the kids,

do something to unwind. Not only are

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you’re also reducing your chances of being

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Get a good night’s sleep, sleep is

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Interrupted sleep (or just not enough of

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ALL BEDROOM FURNITURE ON SALE

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Panama

4 Piece Bedroom Package

Includes Queen Bed, 2 Bedsides

and 4 Drawer Chest

Mountain Ash tops finished to look like Weathered

Oak give this range character and contrast well

with the white, lightly brushed Acacia body.

save

$400

was $2399

now only

$1999

Brix 4 Piece

Bedroom

Package

Includes Queen Bed, 2

Bedsides & 4 Drawer Chest

With a name that is as bold

and confident as the Brix,

you will be sure to find a

solid style with clean lines

and balanced design.

was $1899

now only

$1599

save

$300

serenesleep

Bahamas Trundle Bed

Features a King Single bed with a pull out trundler

below, and comes complete with a King single

and single mattress. The trundler easily stows away

under the bed when not in use, making it the

perfect solution for extra guests and sleepovers.

500 DAYS

save

$140

was $899

now only$ $759

SALE

1 Drawer Bedside

was $149

now only $129

Metro Bedroom Collection

Add a fresh clean look with the white Metro

bedroom suite. The bright white finish of the

Metro range is an easy way to add brightness

to a dull bedroom.

7 Drawer Lowboy

was $699

now only $599

8 Drawer Chest

was $699

now only $599

NO PAYMENTS

AND NO INTEREST *

*Minimum purchase $499. Finance offer expires 31st July 2017. Lending criteria, $50 Annual Account Fee,

Establishment Fees, terms and conditions apply. See back page for terms & conditions.

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A new look

for a

low price!

LIMITED TIME • WHILE STOCKS LAST

save

$400

Cody Bedsettee

Linen over with piping all round design. PU foam and spring

on seat & back with chromed legs. Click back function.

Available in dark grey & mid grey.

save

$390

save

$100

was $329

now only

$229

FREE

MIRROR!

Tamworth 4 Piece Package

Made from plantation grown acacia wood.

The range’s unique appearance is a fusion

of contemporary and exotic style.

was $2269

now only $1879

Gianni 4 Piece Bedroom Package

(Includes Queen Bed, 2 Bedsides and 5 Drawer Tallboy)

The Gianni bedroom range is an easy way to add simple elegance to your

room. Featuring double extension runners and generously sized drawers.

Also available in black.

was $1899

now only

$1499

save

$400

Salisbury 4 Piece Package

This extensive bedroom range displays all

the hallmarks of classic rustic furniture.

was $2399

now only $1999

Nohr Bedroom Collection

The Nohr collection with its simple white drawer fronts

make this range suitable for both kids and adults

bedrooms and each drawer features smooth runners

for ease of use.

A Testament To Minimal & Refined

Scandinavian Design!

SALE

2 Drawer Bedside

was $129

now only $119

3 Drawer Chest

was $299

now only $249

6 Drawer Lingerie

was $399

now only $359

6 Drawer Tallboy

was $399

now only $379

6 Drawer Lowboy

was $499

now only $459


3YEAR

5YEAR

5YEAR

5YEAR

HUGE RANGE

of mattresses & sleepsets

in store

or online!

serenesleep

SALE

Bahamas Mattress Range

The Bahamas mattress by Serene Sleep has a medium

feel so it is not too hard and not too soft and is a fantastic

option for those looking for a budget friendly mattress.

serenesleep

SALE

Caribbean Mattress Range

The Caribbean mattress by Serene Sleep has a medium feel so

it is not too hard and not too soft and is the perfect option for

those looking for a budget friendly mattress for everyday use.

BONELL SPRING

GUARANTEE

CONTINUOUS SPRING

GUARANTEE

Single was $199 now only $169

King Single was $229 now only $199

Double was $249 now only $229

Queen was $299 now only $249

Single was $299 now only $279

King Single was $349 now only $299

Double was $379 now only $349

Queen was $459 now only $379

King was $579 now only $459

serenesleep

SALE

Seychelles Mattress Range

The Seychelles mattress by Serene Sleep sits between a

medium and firm on the comfort scale, perfect for those

people who like to sleep on their backs.

serenesleep

SALE

Grenada Mattress Range

The Grenada mattress by Serene Sleep is one of the most firm

mattresses available at Target. Features an advanced layer

system which has been carefully designed to provide the

perfect balance of support, comfort and durability.

POCKET SPRING

GUARANTEE

Single was $359 now only $349

King Single was $399 now only $359

Double was $459 now only $399

Queen was $499 now only $459

King was $599 now only $499

POCKET SPRING KNITTED FABRIC HIGH DENSITY FOAM

Single was $499 now only $459

King Single was $599 now only $499

GUARANTEE

Double was $699 now only $599

Queen was $749 now only $699

King was $899 now only $749

AVAILABLE IN SOFT, MEDIUM OR FIRM

AVAILABLE IN SOFT OR FIRM

prestige

Bedding

SALE

Prestige Mattress Range

The Prestige mattress uses a high quality 7 zoned pocket

spring system, designed to give superior spinal support

while also keeping partner disturbance to a minimum.

prestige

Bedding

SALE

Prestige Nature Mattress Range

With several layers of premium comfort, the Prestige Nature

consists of cashmere, latex and wool that wraps you in a

‘natural sleep zone’ by regulating the temperature and

providing you with an overall healthier sleep.

POCKET SPRING FOAM ENCASED GEL INFUSED KNITTED FABRIC

10

YEAR

GUARANTEE

10

YEAR

NATURAL MATERIALS POCKET SPRING FOAM ENCASED LATEX GEL INFUSED

GUARANTEE

Single was $849 now only $799

King Single was $949 now only $849

Double was $999 now only $949

Queen was $1299 now only $999

King was $1599 now only $1299

Single was $999 now only $899

King Single was $1199 now only $999

Double was $1299 now only $1199

Queen was $1499 now only $1299

King was $1699 now only $1499

WE NOW SELL ONLINE!

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SAVE A BUNDLE ON KID’S FURNITURE!

Jamie Bunk Bed

An ideal way to save on

space in your kid's

bedroom. This stylish

bunk can be set up as

shown or converted into

two single beds and is

available in either white

or black.

save

$100

Carnival Bedroom Collection

Stylish and sturdy kids furniture.

This bedroom range features metal drawer runners.

Available in 4 colours. Great for the kids bedroom.

Available in Green, Blue, Purple & Pink

5 Drawer

Split Tallboy

was $459

now only

$379

was $599

now only

$499

3 Drawer Bedside

was $199

now only $159

SALE

Addison Bunk Bed

An ideal way to save on space in your kid's

bedroom. This stylish bunk comfortably

sleeps two underneath and one on top and

is available in either white or espresso finish.

was $799

now only

$599

save

$200

4 Drawer Desk

was $399

now only $349

Small Bookcase

was $279

now only $199

Callum

Bunk Bed

with Trundle

This stylish bunk

comfortably sleeps

three people, with

two single beds and

a roll out trundle bed

for guests.

save

$300

save

$50

was $1299

now only

$999

Willow Single Bed

The fresh frame add's a fun element to suit a modern

space. Available in aqua, black and white colour

options. Mattress and bedding are not included.

was $249

now only $199

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