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• By Sarla Donovan

THERE ARE no prizes for

guessing what name residents

of Edith Cavell Lifecare in

Sumner have given this cat –

Mandu.

That’s because the man

holding it in the photo above

is one of New Zealand’s best

known mountaineers. Mandu’s

name refers to Kathmandu, the

capital of Nepal.

Ninety-year-old Ed Cotter

was part of the first New

Zealand expedition to the

Himalayas in 1951, along with

George Lowe, Earle Riddiford

and Ed Hillary.

The inset photo above shows

him in his climbing days. His

adventures were recounted

in the 2016 book, Only Two

for Everest, written by Lyn

McKinnon.

Mr Cotter has made friends

with the handsome tomcat who

seems to have a penchant for

pensioners.

Mandu has been visiting

residents for the past six weeks

and Mr Cotter is one of his

favourites. Another is Denise

Brown, who lives in a town

house at the retirement village.

The ginger fur-ball pops in to

see her and her cat Penta.

“Cute as a bug’s ear” is how

she describes him. Edith

Cavell Lifecare manager Mary

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Mandu’s mountaineering mate

van der Veldt said there was

already a house cat in the rest

home, which was probably

enough.

She wasn’t keen on adopting

and feeding any old cat, but

didn’t mind if Mandu visited.

However, Mrs Brown wants

to make sure he has a home.

•Do you know who

Mandu belongs to? Get in

touch with Denise Brown

on 326 4955

• By Sarla Donovan

THE LACK of public toilets in Redcliffs

village is in the spotlight.

The Linwood-Coastal-Burwood

Community Board has asked city

council staff to investigate after concerns

from businesses about the public

using their facilities.

Redcliffs New World checkout supervisor

Angela Tucker said people come

in “all the time” asking to use the toilet.

She said while it wasn’t a problem,

having a public loo would be a “definite

benefit” for the village.

BP Redcliffs manager Robert Jieng

said people came in “very often”. He

said it was a bit annoying and would

“absolutely” like to see the city council

providing public facilities. Redcliffs

Pharmacy assistant Holly Stirling

said on the odd occasion when people

asked, she referred them to the library.

Redcliffs Residents’ Association

raised the issue with the board on

Monday. The association said a basic

toilet attached to the changing sheds at

the sports field in Barnett Park is too

far away from the village centre.

The original toilet block in the park

close to Main Rd was damaged in the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

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News....................................3-10

YOU’VE GOT to sympathise

with Redcliffs businesses over the

lack of public toilets in the area

(see page 1).

People responding to the call of

nature are heading to businesses,

particularly the supermarket and

service station, because the public

toilets at Barnett Park were

put out of action by the quake.

The local community board

is seeking a report from the city

council, and no doubt it will go

out for public consultation. So

there’s likely to be a lot of holding

on.

Speaking of drawn out sagas,

no fix yet for those uneven tiles

in Akaroa that caused Sue Stewart

to fall (see page 5).

Bay Harbour News won’t let

this one go and we have local

councillor and Deputy Mayor

Andrew Turner in our sights to

sort it. Time to step up Andrew.

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News

Taylors Mistake loos

• By Sarla Donovan

THE TAYLORS Mistake toilets

have been nominated as the

country’s nicest loos in the Keep

New Zealand Beautiful awards.

Linwood Ward city councillor

Yani Johanson suggested

the city council enter the

competition.

The block is scenically

positioned at the bottom of a

valley behind Taylors Mistake

beach, near the start of the

Godley Head walkway.

Installed in 2006, it replaced

the old toilet block which

consisted of a “pretty ugly” tin

shed with a septic tank.

It features two painted glass

artworks by Christchurch artist

Richard Wiki, outdoor showers

and benches, spacious changing

sheds, separate loos for men

and women and a drinking

fountain.

Nikau trees and flax bushes

surround the building.

In its application, the city

council noted that there has

been almost no vandalism at

the site.

“Make no mistake, since it

has been built, it has been a

beautiful addition to what is a

beautiful place renowned for

surfing, sunbathing and

selfies.”

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board deputy

chairman Jake McLellan

was cagey on the chances of

winning.

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vie for loveliest in the land title

SURF ART: This mural by Richard Wiki is a feature of the Taylors Mistake toilet block, which is

up for a Keep New Zealand Beautiful award.

“I couldn’t possibly say, but

I’m hopeful. I’m not sure how

many nominations they get, but

there’s a lot of toilets out there

– it could be quite a competitive

field.”

The toilet award category is

one of 17 offered by the Keep

New Zealand Beautiful trust.

They include the best street,

most beautiful suburb and most

innovative packaging.

Nominations will be judged

by a panel, with the winners

announced at a gala dinner in

Hastings on October 13.

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brigade has been working from

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sustained damage in the September

4, 2010, and February 22, 2011,

earthquakes.

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Lyttelton to

go off-grid

LYTTELTON, Cass Bay and

Corsair Bay will be powered by

two massive generators next

week, as lines company Orion

performs upgrade work in the

township.

From 8.30am to 4.30pm next

Wednesday, September 13, two

container-sized generators will

supply the town’s power.

The upgrade should mean fewer

outages.

Lyttelton’s power supply comes

from the Heathcote zone substation

and is fed on two overhead

lines but only one set of poles

traversing the Port Hills.

If there is a fault on one line,

power frequently has to be cut to

both to complete repairs.

That’s because the lines are

placed too closely together and

pose a health and safety risk to

repair crews.

Said Orion chief executive, Rob

Jamieson: “The people of Lyttelton

have had to put up with more

than their fair share of power cuts

in the past, and this project will

mean fewer outages, and we’ll

be able to get the power back on

more quickly if needs be.”

Orion is also bringing in additional,

back-up generators to

ensure consistent power for the

town’s central business area.

Initiative aims to cut plastic bag use

A GROUP dedicated to the

demise of plastic packaging

has launched its latest

initiative in Lyttelton.

Bags made out of donated

pillowcases will be available

to borrow by people who have

forgotten their reusable bags.

Plastic Shopping Bag Free

Lyttelton want to see an

end to plastic bag use in the

township, as well as single use

plastic further down the line.

“Plastic is killing our ocean

life, as well as being a problem

on land,” said spokeswoman

Juliet Neill.

“Our group has been going

for over two years, and we

have taken a number of initiatives,

including making cloth

bags for our local vegetable

co-op users and hundreds

of bags which have been

purchased at cost by people in

Lyttelton and beyond.”

The new borrowable bags

have been sewn and decorated

by Ms Neill and fellow group

member Sue-Ellen Sandilands

and will be housed in specially

decorated box outside the

Harbour Co-op wholefood

store.

PLASTIC FREE: (Left to

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Selina Mantey-Worrall

holding screen-printed

bags, made from donated

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Call for better toilets in Redcliffs

•From page 1

“We have had a complaint

from one of the business owners

that many people who are not

necessarily customers are requesting

to use their toilets,” association

secretary Pat McIntosh

said in a letter to the community

board.

The Coastal Pathway Group

has also expressed concerns

about long stretches of

pathway without easy access to

facilities.

Group chairman Scott

Babington said they were

working with the city council on

putting toilets into Moncks Bay,

“ideally across the road from the

beach area by the pumping shed.

A crossing point would be

needed, as on heavy traffic days

the road can be “almost impossible”

to pass.

He said while they’d like to

put facilities on the bay side of

the road, that was likely to incur

strong objections from locals.

Work on the next section of

the coastal pathway, from Shag

Rock bend to the bottom of

Clifton Hill, will start in February.

Community board member

Darrell Latham said the community

board and city council

needed to step up and ensure

facilities are provided at strategic

locations.

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Wednesday September 6 2017

Footpath tiles still not repaired

• By Sarla Donovan

THE CITY council promised

to repair two dangerous spots

on Akaroa’s Beach Rd – three

months down the track, the job is

still not finished.

Pensioner Sue Stewart, 67,

grazed her face after tripping over

the uneven footpath tiles in May.

When she

spray-painted

the tiles to make

others aware

of the problem,

Banks Peninsula

city councillor

and Deputy

Andrew

Turner

Mayor Andrew

Turner visited

the site and assured

Ms Stewart the city council

was taking the matter “very seriously.”

The problem pavers would be

fixed by the end of June, he told

Ms Stewart.

Now into the first week of

September, the unsafe pavers

have been removed but still not

replaced.

Ms Stewart said it wasn’t good

enough from Cr Turner.

“He assured me that it would

be done by the end of June. Okay,

we’ve had some bad weather but

. . . he’s over-extended, he’s got

too much on his plate. He’s a nice

guy but he’s wishy-washy – a bit

gutless.”

But Cr Turner told Bay Harbour

News last week it wasn’t a

simple matter of just replacing

the pavers.

City council arborists had

decided the best solution to maintain

tree health and provide a safe

surface around the trees was a

gravel, resin-based material.

A specialist contractor is needed

to lay the material, but they’ve

been unable to do the work due to

a backlog.

Cr Turner said it would be another

week before the contractor

would get under way.

It was taking an “extraordinary”

length of time to fix the

problem, Cr Turner agreed.

He said he wasn’t aware of the

technical aspects involved in

replacing the pavers when he met

with Ms Stewart in June.

INJURED: When Ms Stewart

tripped on an uneven tile she

fell and grazed her face.

PHOTO:

VICTORIA ANDREWS

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Fire rages, homes at risk

TUNNEL RESTRICTIONS

Travel in the Lyttelton Tunnel

will be down to a single lane this

Thursday night. Between 9pm and

3am, NZTA will perform essential

work. Drivers can expect delays

during that time frame. The next

scheduled night-time maintenance

will be September 21.

PORT HILLS TREES TRUST

A new trust aims to work with

private landowners, Ngāi Tahu,

central and local government and

community groups to co-ordinate

replanting efforts in areas affected

by the Port Hills fires. It estimates

around 10 million trees will be

needed to restore the damage.

National List MP Nuk Korako has

helped set up Tapuwae o Rakau –

The Tree Footprints Trust.

LITTLE RIVER TRAFFIC SIGNS

Home-made speed signs asking

drivers to slow down have been

removed. Community group Love

Little River wanted the signs to stay

until speed limits in the township

were dropped to 50km/h. However,

NZTA said they weren’t legal and

would have to come down when the

new 60km/h speed limit came into

effect on August 25. Spokeswoman

for the group, Sharon McIver, said

they had removed them in the

meantime, but were on the lookout

for a different place to put them.

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Playground lacks funds

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DELAY: Plans for new play equipment at Governors Bay

Reserve have been delayed due to a lack of money. ​

• By Sarla Donovan

A LACK of money is being

blamed for delays in getting

new playground equipment and

recreation facilities at Governors

Bay Reserve.

The city council budgeted

$170,000 for the renewal of

the junior playground space,

landscape work around the

new community hall and pool,

development of a skate facility,

dirt pump track, nature play and

tree hut.

Consultation on the proposed

facilities closed in May but

the city council now say they

don’t have enough money for

everything.

That’s because public feedback

indicated the junior playground

design needed changing to

include more equipment.

This has had a knock-on

effect resulting in insufficient

funds for the skate bowl and

half-pipe, bike track and tree

house.

Now, the community is being

asked to rank which of those

three facilities they prefer.

Governors Bay Community

Association Chairwoman Karen

Banwell said she would be

concerned if the skate bowl/halfpipe

was given a low priority.

“That skate area has been

agreed to for a very long time. If

we find that it isn’t going ahead,

we might have to take some

action,” she said.

She would have preferred work

to have already started and they

were ready to plant now, rather

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HISTORIC: A human femur like this was found during road

excavation work at the bottom of Clifton Hill.

Road works unearth

human bones

A MAORI midden (refuse

heap) containing human and

animal bones dating back to the

pre-1500s has been uncovered

during trenching work on

Sumner’s Main Rd.

The Peacock’s Gallop project

involves installation of new water

main and wastewater pipes,

road resurfacing and a permanent

crash barrier at Rapanui/

Shag Rock corner.

Before work started in mid-

July, the site, which is near

caves, was identified as an area

of cultural and archaeological

significance and all contractors

underwent an archaeological

induction.

A contractor doing trenching

work outside the Sumner Surf

Club discovered the midden on

August 22.

This triggered the

Koiwi/human discovery

protocol and work stopped

immediately while an on-site

archaeologist and cultural

monitor advised on the process.

Following the Koiwi protocol,

Ngāi Tūāhuriri were alerted to

the find, along with Heritage

New Zealand and police.

Photos were taken of the

bones before they were removed

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out a visual assessment of

the remains.

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leg bone (femur) were

discovered along with other

animal bones including kuri

(polynesian dog), ling (fish) as

well as moa. The presence of

moa fragments meant the bones

were estimated to date from

before the year 1500.

John Moore, the city council’s

three waters and waste planning

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was important.

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possible to ensure the bones are

properly protected and treated

in a culturally appropriate way.”

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Lyn Carson

Familiar face retires after 32 years

After 32 years working

in the office at Lyttelton

Main and then Lyttelton

Primary School, Lyn

Carson felt it was the

right time to retire. She

talks to Sarla Donovan

about her long affiliation

with the schools

Have you always lived in

Lyttelton?

Almost. I Lived in Lyttelton

St, Spreydon, from birth to three

months. Then my great grandmother

died and we shifted

over the hill to Lyttelton to look

after my great grandfather. Dad

worked on the harbour board

and mum was at home looking

after us four kids. One brother is

still here and I’ve got a sister in

Ashburton.

When did you start working

at Lyttelton Main School?

I started in 1985 as a relieving

secretary. I was parent helper in

the classroom when my youngest

child started the year before that.

And I was made permanent in

1986.

What did your job involve

then?

Everything – anything the

children need, looking after sick

kids, the cash coming in, prep for

FAMILY: Lyn Carson (right) with her colleagues Rita Norris and Lyttelton Primary School principal

Brendan Wright.

teachers, banking, lunch orders.

Never had two days the same.

We had some amazing fundraising

ventures at that stage. Our

principal at the time, Bryon

Porteous, got permission to reproduce

an 1886 John Gibb print

and several others which we sold

as a fundraiser for the school.

It bought lots of extra things –

music keyboards, some extra

reading recovery time. Then we

got together with rotary and

held classic car racing around

the streets and down onto the

waterfront. I think we had two or

three of those. We bought an old

education board bus, which we

used to ferry kids, who’d never

even been through the tunnel at

that stage, into town for different

events. We bought tents and

yachts and canoes with the funds

raised. We built a garage for the

bus. I got involved in all those

sorts of things. Lots of work but

lots of fun.

I’m trying to picture a pack of

classic cars racing around the

streets of Lyttelton.

It was just amazing. The

cars went down the road from

Norwich Quay to the waterfront

at the base of No 7 wharf (that

road runs over the top of the rail

tunnel.) Then along the waterfront,

up and over the overhead

bridge, up Oxford St, left into

London St, left down Canterbury

St and along Norwich Quay,

before heading back down onto

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Local

News

Now

PAGE 9

Fire rages, homes at risk

The school committee chair

thought it would make lazy

teachers – it was incredible. We

raised the funds and managed

to get one, it was a very basic

little machine, used to be in my

office and we just gradually went

from there. I remember getting

my first electric type writer, I

thought it was Christmas. It’s all

computers now, which makes

the job a lot easier, everything‘s

linked. The kids seem to come in

more competent now too. They

used to be quite timid. Maybe

because of better early childhood

education, they seem a lot more

prepared for school.

What qualities have you developed

over the years?

Just being adaptable probably

– no two days are ever alike, you

take what’s thrown at you. I’ve

grown with the job, I didn’t have

any computer skills at all, they

weren’t part of my life, but I’ve

got a lot more confident. I think

my colleagues would describe me

as reliable. I try to treat others as

I like to be treated.

Are there any days that stand

out for you?

February 22, 2011. That would

be the worst day of my whole

time at school. I was talking to

my mum on the phone at the

time – something made me ring

– next thing all hell broke loose.

You felt like you were climbing

out of your office, there were files

all over the place. Everyone was

in a state of disbelief and shock.

The principal, John Thawley, was

amazing. He must have been

stressed out himself and the

teachers, to see them out in the

middle of the playground, away

from all the danger spots with

a guitar and singing, just trying

to keep the children going. I

really took my hat off to them at

that stage; I was a bit worse for

wear. It was horrible. You didn’t

know what we were going home

to – we could see dust coming up

the hill from a place down the

road where the bricks had gone.

You could see the church, Holy

Trinity, had gone. It was just

horrible, everywhere we went.

Tell me about your children;

they’ve come through the

school as well?

My nana was a pupil, then

mum, me and three siblings,

my husband, my two children

Jennifer and Brendon, and my

granddaughter, Miranda, is here

now in year 7. Hopefully my

grandson, Joseph, will come here

– he’s only three. My husband,

Ken, was at school with me, he

always seemed to be behind

me in photographs. His father

CLASS: Lyn

Carson,

second row

seventh

from the

left, in 1962.

Her future

husband Ken

is behind

her in the

striped jersey.

Her teacher

Bryon

Porteous

became

principal at

Lyttelton

Main School.

went there and before that his

grandfather at the Lyttelton

Borough School – they’re an old

Lyttelton family. We got married

in 1973. He made a fateful phone

call, asked me out on a date, we

went to the movies I think. I’d

known him for years, used to

tease him when he was at school.

We’re still married, still love him

to bits.

And you’re retiring now, what

are your plans?

I just want to enjoy time with

Ken – he retired a year ago. He

was initially a spraypainter and

then worked for Bunnings the

last seven years. When he was

working, we only had Sunday’s

so it’ll be nice to be able to

enjoy things together. I love my

garden, two chickens, my cats.

We hope to do a bit of travelling

around New Zealand. Just to be

able to choose to do things when

we want to. We’re going to go

away the first week of term 4, just

to break away from that routine

of ‘now the holidays are over we

have to go back to work’.

What will you miss about the

school?

The whole buzz of the place

– everyone that’s here, the

interactions and routines, being

in amongst it all. You move on, a

new page opens, another closes

– it’s a big decision retiring. I had

to re-evaluate my life when I lost

my younger brother last year.

Sometimes events make you stop

and reflect on making the most

of what we’ve got. I’ve just turned

65. I can’t believe that much time

has gone by.

What makes Lyttelton school

a special place?

It feels like a family – you leave

your own in the morning and

come to your work family. It’s

small enough to know everyone.

I feel like we’re forming our own

traditions now (since the merger)

but it’ll take a while to bed in. It’s

like a blended family. I’ve loved

everything I’ve done.

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

News

Local Views

Like father, like son

Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade’s newest recruit is Tommi Hopkins, seen here with his father

Brendon Hopkins, who is also a member of the brigade. Said secretary Sonya Watts: “Our

brigade has been lucky to have had quite a few father and son members over the years – also

brothers and husband and wives.” ​

We said:

A former Sumner local

wants to incorporate a sea

organ into new steps at

Scarborough Beach – but

the idea has so far fallen on

deaf ears.

You said:

Dorothy Colley – I thought

I would share with you our experience

of the Zahar beach step

organ.

What a highlight this was . . .

we visited it twice in our short

stay there. Just before we left for

our Croatia experience we saw

a documentary on this very

organ.

I was a little sceptical but once

I saw and heard it was entranced.

We visited it on both tides and

found it to be both relaxing and

mystifying. It’s amazing how the

music flows from within the concrete

steps. People were sitting

there relaxing and many were

bathing their feet (of course the

water was a little warmer than

Sumner).


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PAGE 11

Don’t let’s ignore it completely,

Sumner is such a beautiful place,

there’s not many places in the

world where you can you sit on

the beach and enjoy the amazing

views we have there with the

snow-covered mountains in all

their glory and the sweep of the

coast – true beauty.

Don’t let’s knock it and say it

won’t work, let’s look at whether

it could work.

should be made to keep to the

route they have been using since

2011. Absolute madness.

We said:

NZTA asked a Little

River group to remove the

road signs it made asking

motorists to slow down

You said:

We said:

Opponents of mountain

bike trails in Urumau

Reserve have been

accused of underhand

tactics after a letter

box drop encouraged

people to “vote no”

to a proposed new

management plan.

You said:

Craig Minehan – Re: The

“vote no” campaign, I don’t

think it’s misleading.

The Lyttelton reserves

management committee has

been heavily stacked with

mountain bikers, very vocal in

support of more trails; a lot of

people in Lyttelton don’t want

more trails, but the noise from

the pro side has been making it

seem otherwise.

It should be pointed out that

people such as Mr Hollister

have a vested interest . . . he sells

mountain bikes.

I live below the reserve

and don’t want to see it

developed further; there are

many tracks already and there

will be issues with erosion and

water run-off.

We said:

New steel crash barriers

will go up at the site of a

fatal crash on Main Rd.

You said:

Heather Wilkins – Does

that mean that at every accident

site these barriers will be put

up ? How many fatal ones have

there been out Templeton/

Rolleston way and other areas? If

the barriers were already in place

when the accident happened,

Bruce Imrie’s wife may still have

died.

Pamela Neil – Why are

large trucks going to be allowed

through Sumner again? They

Vicki Jerome – We’re not

Little River residents, we live

on the far side of the hill just

above Barry’s Bay, but we definitely

think the sign should be

returned.

It’s ridiculous and frustrating

that NZTA won’t allow the

speed limit to be reduced to

50km/h.

Its reasoning, I believe, is that

only one side of the main road

is built-up residentially, but all

David Scarlett and his NZTA

staff need to do is to park up

near either end of the township

centre, just beyond the garage on

the Christchurch side or just beyond

the cafe next to the silos on

the Akaroa side, and observe the

activity for an hour or two – and

this is on most days, although,

of course, even busier at the

weekend.

What is happening is that

vehicles coming from the

Akaroa side often stop along the

roadside, and then the occupants

cross over to the many

businesses on the other side of

the road, rather than turning

across oncoming traffic into the

small parking area there.

There is, after all, a shop, two

cafes, an art gallery, a vet clinic,

the Craft Station, a petrol station

which one would not want to

drive into and block the pumps

if just buying an ice cream or pie,

as well as the interesting walks

around the old railway station

and little garden.

Perhaps NZTA staff also

haven’t noticed that across the

road from all this activity is

the service centre and library,

including postal services,

sometimes used by staff from

the businesses or neighbouring

residents, as well as passers-by

coming from Christchurch.

When driving through Little

River, which we do on at least

one day a week, we always

see cars, motor-cycles, even

campervans and trucks, parked

on both sides of the road with

pedestrians crossing the road

in both directions, often with

children and vehicles pulling in

and out, sometimes requiring

through-traffic to brake quickly

if travelling at even 60km/h,

which we already do not exceed.

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Green MP

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writes about

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community

centres

recently

opened in the

Bay Harbour

area

It was wonderful to

attend the opening of

Sumner’s new community

centre Matuku Takotako

recently.

Student performances

from local Sumner schools

and the pre-school brought

life and vitality into the

new building.

That so many students

were comfortable speaking

and singing in Te Reo

Maori during their performances

was something to

be proud. It shows a real

commitment to biculturalism

by teachers, students

and their families.

Diamond Harbour

recently celebrated the

post-quake refurbishment

and re-opening of its community

hall. A simple hall

with a stage, backstage

room and kitchen, it hosts

everything from

weekend ballet

classes to yoga,

community quiz

nights, film nights

and dance classes.

It’s great to have it

functioning again.

Buildings such

as Matuku Takotako – the

Sumner Centre and the

Diamond Harbour Hall,

local playgrounds, parks,

sports fields, and libraries

all help build community

by providing spaces where

it is easy for people to meet

and connect, formally and

informally. They are open

to everyone, not just those

who can afford to pay.

That’s one reason the

hard work by residents,

community organisations

and the city council on

the post-quake repair and

rebuilding of these community

facilities, libraries

and halls has been one of

the most important parts

of the city’s recovery.

A liveable, accessible city

has a sense of identity and

strong connected communities.

Local facilities are

more likely to build a sense

of connection than a grandiose

convention centre, or

an even larger stadium in

the central city.

In Europe, the village

model – with a town

square, marketplace for

fresh food, shops, community

facilities, and

homes within walking

distance has led to thriving

communities with a strong

sense of identity.

We want urban planning

and Government and

city council spending in

Christchurch which will

create a city where communities

thrive.

To do that we need more

green spaces, a better bus

system, more cycleways

and urban planning which

recognises the challenges

of a changing climate- rising

seas and intense storm

events.

•Green Party leader

and MP, James Shaw

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issues and building a

sustainable economy

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Your Local Views

Giveaways with safety in mind

Drinking sensibly is

important when on the

water, as conditions can

quickly change writes

Jim Dilley, regional

harbourmaster

I just saw a photo of Gary

Manch and his mates on

holiday, relaxing by the pool in

the warm sun, drinking what

looks like a nice, cold beer.

Apart from the fact that he

was in his Speedos, it was a

great photo showing what a

good time can be had socialising

with friends and a drink.

I’ve done my fair share of

socialising both when working

at sea and when off sailing on

the yacht. There has also been

the odd occasion when I have

had a few too many, talked

a load of garbage and fallen

asleep. Boating, fishing and

hanging out at the beach gives

us a great chance to socialise.

Making sure we do it sensibly

is the key.

I have got it wrong a few

times and am now a bit more

cautious. Weather changes,

having to go and help another

person in trouble, breakdowns

or just bad luck mean we do

need to be able to respond

appropriately and after a few

drinks that ability is hindered.

Cabin Boy’s Corner

It’s best to save the beers for

the end of the day when safely

ashore.

Gary conveniently arranged

for 80 large boxes to turn up

at my office on Tuesday in his

absence, and we had to unload

them by hand. Nice timing,

Gary.

Every year, Environment

Canterbury produces a series

of giveaways for boaties that

help remind everyone about

staying safe on the water.

This year we have waterproof

cellphone cases, floating

key rings (in the shape of a life

jacket,) sunglass straps and

magnetised notepads for the

fridge. If you see our navigation

safety staff Gary, Tim or

Stu around this summer be

sure to say “hi” and grab some

gear.

The giveaways are designed

to remind boaties about our

key messages, but we want

them to be useful items. If you

have any ideas on giveaways

we may be able to produce,

that are useful, and get our

messages on then, please let us

know.

We had a call one recent

Saturday, saying there was a

rundown yacht slowly sinking

on its mooring in the Cass/

Corsair Bay area.

The message read: “Easy to

spot, it’s the grotty looking

one down by the bow.” Upon

having a look, we could see at

least six boats that fitted that

description. We normally get a

few boats each year that get in

such a poor condition that the

owner abandons them.

In some cases, we are able to

locate the owner and get them

to sort the vessel, in others we

end up removing the vessel

ourselves.

If you see something out of

the ordinary give us a call and

we will try to sort it out. We

can’t fix everything but we will

give it go and let you know

what happens.

Have a great couple of

weeks. Spring has been seen a

couple of times so hopefully

you have all the work done on

the boat ready for a good summer

on the water.

Dictionaries popular

Ferrymead Rotary has been

supply pupils at Te Waka

Unua School with printed

dictionaries, writes Barbara

Crooks

If you’re one of those who thinks

printed dictionaries aren’t cool any

more, you need to talk to the year 4

children at Te Waka Unua School.

They love them. And they use

them to build many skills, says

teacher, Bebe Wards. They are used

as class sets and take-home books.

The children are excited when

asked to find a word, she says, and

like the games around looking up

words and their meanings, especially

finding how many meanings

there are for a particular word. This

also helps with their spelling.

Knowing the alphabet is a must

when looking up a word in a dictionary,

so the children are taught

tricks to speed up the process – such

as looking at the top of the page for

clues about the words on that page.

These are all useful skills that can

be transferred to electronic devices

as the children progress to higher

levels where technology is more

plentiful in classrooms.

Ferrymead Rotary has been supplying

these dictionaries to several

schools in the Bay Harbour area

for many years. Every year club

members have a discussion about

the value of the dictionaries and

whether or not they have been su-

KNOWLEDGE: Zahlia Hampton

and Juliana Sefo of Te Waka

Unua School love their

dictionaries. ​

perseded by electronic mediums.

However, Mrs Wards says the

printed versions are a resounding

success with her class. The children

are delighted with the dictionaries,

which are stacked with colourful

pictures and small stories about

animals, places, and events.

Dictionaries are subsidised for

year 4 students in low decile schools

by the Bill and Lorna Boyd Trust.

Bill Boyd, a New Zealander, was

president of Rotary International,

the international body of Rotary

which covers more than a million

members in more than 200 countries.

Ferrymead Rotary picks up

the rest of the tab.

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Tech experts win with robots

SCHOOLS

• By Sarla Donovan

THREE SCHOOLS in the bay

area have won top prizes at the

Christchurch regional RoboCup

junior competition recently.

An all-girl team from

Diamond Harbour School took

out the theatre section. Year 6

and 7 pupils Abby Laird, Molly

Morgan, Anna Hornsby, Poppy

Kirkwood and Fern Wilkinson

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robots.

The machines were

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stage following ultrasonic sensors

and bluetooth communication

between the two robots.

Anna said it was an “amazing”

experience to be able to showcase

what they had learned about

robotics.

A team from Lyttelton Primary

School won the rescue section.

The ‘Lyttel Potatoes’ team of

Tomasina, Jamie, Kayden and

Georgia will go to the national

competition in Dunedin in

WINNERS: Abby Laird, Molly Morgan, Anna Hornsby, Poppy

Kirkwood and Fern Wilkinson won the theatre section at the

Christchurch regional RoboCup junior competition. ​

September.

Teams from Sumner School

were second in the theatre and

third in the robo rescue sections.

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month.

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Recycled

clothes star at

fashion show

CULTURE: Corban Te Aika speaks at the opening of the Sumner School learning hub, Rapanui.

Mr Te Aika gifted the Maori name to the new block and worked with the children on the cultural

narrative of the building. The Sumner School kapa haka group also performed.

Learning

hub

opened

THE WHOLE of Sumner School

gathered together with parents

recently to mark the opening of the

new senior learning hub.

The school’s kapa haka pupils

took part in the blessing of the

building.

Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson, assisted

by the youngest and oldest

students at the school, cut the ribbon

to officially declare the building

open.

Everyone was invited to look

around the new hub, which will

house year 7 and 8 pupils.

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and Vincent

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Ruth Dyson cut

the ribbon.

• By Sarla Donovan

COMMUNITY organisation

The Garage Sale is working

with Lyttelton Primary School

senior pupils to put together a

catwalk show and evening of

entertainment.

There will be stalls selling

natural beauty products and

clothing, and all catwalk

outfits will be for sale, with all

proceeds going to the school

and The Garage Sale.

Said event co-ordinator

Ruth Targus: “It’s basically a

marketing exercise for secondhand

clothes – looking at how

we can recycle and reuse – but

also working with the schools

to put together an event.

The students are involved in

putting together a soundtrack,

staging, choreography; they’re

doing food for the event as a

fundraiser for the school camp.

It’s full on.”

The Garage Sale sells

second-hand goods and

uses the proceeds to support

community groups in the

Lyttelton area.

Part of a working group

that’s been putting the show

together, Ms Targus has

recently been rounding up

some adult volunteers to be

models.

“The local salons are going to

do the hair and make-up so it

will, hopefully, be an evening

of fun.”

This is her first time doing a

large-scale event – “I’ve been a

drama teacher and organised

fashion shows in the past but

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things.”

Now running a business

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News

Unleashed dogs a risk

for Port Hills sheep

IN DANGER: Port Hills users are urged to keep dogs leashed

and keep them away from ewes and their lambs. ​

DOGS MUST now be kept on

a leash as lambing season gets

under way.

There are hundreds of lambs

around Halswell Quarry, Mt

Vernon, Sugarloaf, Scarborough

Hill, Greenwood Reserve, Godley

Head Reserve, Castle Hill Reserve

and Montgomery Spur Reserve.

Matt Rose, a city council ranger

based at Victoria Park, said signs

have been put up on Port Hills

tracks alerting visitors to the

lambs, but he has noticed people

are still walking and biking in the

area with their dogs roaming free.

There have been cases in the

past where dogs have chased or

mauled newborn lambs.

“The city council doesn’t close

tracks for lambing, but we are

asking the public to respect stock

welfare. The next four to five

weeks are the most crucial time

for lambing and it’s important

that dogs are kept on a lead,” said

Mr Rose.

City council reserves are used

for sheep grazing by farmers who

hold a licence.

The grazing is an important

management tool for the grassland/tussock

areas of the Port

Hills and helps to reduce fire risk

by keeping grass short and reducing

the spread of woody weeds.

Mr Rose said, if someone comes

across a lamb that seems abandoned,

it is usually best to leave

it there, write down the location

and call the city council’s call

centre.

In many cases the ewe has just

temporarily left the lamb and is

grazing nearby.

If people handle the lamb it

becomes harder for the mother to

recognise her offspring and she

might reject it as a result.

Port Hills farmer Jean Scott is

expecting an excellent lambing

season this year. She asked people

using Port Hills tracks to keep

their distance from stock, leave

gates as they found them and

keep their dogs under control.

Fines of $300 can be issued to

owners of dogs not kept under

effective control and if a dog attacks

stock the owner could face

prosecution by the city council.

SUMNER HAS joined the

nationwide movement towards

predator-free communities.

A grant from the Kiwibank/

Predator Free NZ Trust will

help establish a network of

backyard traps throughout

Sumner.

The project aims to eliminate

the main predators of native

wildlife and allow the ‘morning

chorus‘ to flourish.

Monitoring in other predator-free

communities shows

that if one in five households

have traps, predator numbers

are suppressed enough to create

an urban wildlife sanctuary.

Within this sanctuary, the

Predator Free Sumner Team

Te Manu Waiata (bird song,)

hopes to see bellbird, fantail,

BIRDSONG:

Predator Free

Sumner hopes

tui and kereru

will eventually

return to the

area. ​

Morning chorus could be

heard again in Sumner

and grey warbler thrive and

long term see the return of tui

and kereru.

The trust has funding to provide

up to 200 households with

free monitoring equipment

and heavily subsidised traps for

rats, possums and mustelids.

Participants just need to

keep their trap set and report

any catches back to the coordinators

for measurement.

To launch the project, a

community open house and

sausage sizzle is planned for

Sunday, September 10, 10am-

1pm outside the Sumner

SuperValue supermarket.

Residents are invited to go

along and see the traps and

have a chat to the team to find

out how they can get involved.


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THe Great Library Seed Swap

Wednesday-Tuesday, from 9am

Got some home-saved (or

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Pop them in Lyttelton or Akaroa

Library and they’ll put them out

for everyone to share. Vegetable,

herb, flower, native and heritage

seeds are all welcome – and you

can even bring any spare seedlings

you have potted up.

Akaroa Library and Lyttelton

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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. The first class is

half price.

Redcliffs Bowling Club, James

St, Redcliffs. $6

Strength ’n’ Stretch Class

Wednesday, 6-7pm

For women in their fab-50s

and beyond. Enjoy a whole body

workout at a medium level which

includes exercise to music, circuit

stations and more. The first

class is half price.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $10

Email: sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Create ’n’ Connect Art and

Craft Group

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

If you’re crafty or want to start

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go with ideas for a new one. Others

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help or advice. Meet new like

minded creative people and learn

new skills. pass on your tips and

pick some up from other people

at the group. This event aims to

help with your projects and meet

new people. Phone Beth 022 678

1252 for more information.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $3

Running Club

Thursday, 6pm-7pm

Get active and have fun running

with like-minded people

at the Kathmandu and Salomon

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coaches to help improve

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you. It will also give you a

chance to learn to run on different

terrains.

Mt Vernon Valley track car

park. Free entry

Mainly Music

Friday, 9.30-11.15am

Are you looking for a fun

activity to do with your baby

or pre-schooler? Do you want

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Pleasant area? Mainly Music is a

fun, educational half hour music

and movement session followed

by morning tea and a social/

play time. Go along and try it

out – the first session is free. $4

per family casual rate. $30 for a

10-session card. For more information,

phone Hazel 384 1965/

021 077 1264.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

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Governors Bay to Lyttelton

10km Road Race

Saturday, 9.30am

This iconic peninsula road

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in its 56th year, expect to share

the road with hundreds of runners

on Saturday morning. As a

handicap race, there’s a staggered

start beginning at 9.30am from

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Governor’s Bay School, 1 Jetty

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Tuesday and Thursday, 9.30am

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temporary community centre on

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Lyttelton Farmers

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its 12th birthday on

Saturday. The “Spring

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uni-cyclist providing

entertainment and

a surprise musical

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the public are invited

to join in too. And of

course, there will be

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1pm, London St ​

on Thursday runs at the Port

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Church hall on Augusta St. Both

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Tuesday, 10.30-11am

Encourage learning through

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Babytimes is an interactive

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Matuku Takotako: Sumner

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