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• By Sarla Donovan

THE RAIN cleared to sunny

skies and warm north-east

winds, perfect conditions for

Christchurch Yacht Club’s

season opener on Saturday

afternoon.

The formal launch got under

way at noon with an update on

recent developments at the club,

the raising of the club flag, a

glass of champagne and a light

lunch.

Competition followed at 1pm

with about 40 boats racing on

the day.

Six bright orange mainsail sets

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Mega could be spied bobbing out

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The sails on the club’s optimist

boats, used for learn to sail

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said club commodore Richard

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“These new ones are nice and

bright, good for training. When

the boats go out, they’re easy to

distinguish.”

Numbers at the opening event

were excellent, he said.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

After a fall-off in membership

following the earthquakes,

numbers had stabilised and were

now in a growth pattern.

Learn to sail classes start next

week and were full.

The recent success of Team

New Zealand’s campaign had

helped to bring the sport of

yachting back to the forefront.

•Turn to page 8

Residents

fired up

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footpath

parking

fines

• By Sarla Donovan

RICHMOND HILL Rd residents

are being ticketed by city council

staff for parking on the footpath –

and some have taken umbrage at

the move.

Brian Anderson has lived on

the road for 35 years and says

residents have always parked on

the footpath out of courtesy and

necessity.

He told Bay Harbour News he

was surprised to receive a $40

ticket out of the blue last month

for something he’s always done.

“Everyone who lives on, or visits,

the lower to middle sections of

Richmond Hill Road parks on the

footpath,” Mr Anderson said.

“It’s too narrow not to. By

parking clear of the footpath, the

road is needlessly narrowed and

obstructed, greatly increasing the

risk of an accident.”

Mr Anderson believed this had

been accepted by both residents

and the city council.

However, earlier this month, he

was ticketed twice and his neighbour

also received one.

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Parking fines for residents

•From page 1

Mr Anderson believes the city

council has altered its policy on

footpath parking and should

inform the public.

However, a city council

spokeswoman said there had

been no recent change in its

enforcement policy.

City council transport

operations manager Aaron

Haymes said staff had visited

Richmond Hill Rd this month

following complaints from

residents about vehicles parking

on the footpath.

“This issue is common,

particularly in the hill suburbs,

and officers try to take a

pragmatic approach and weigh

up safety concerns prior to

issuing a notice.”

Mr Haymes said the footpath

on Richmond Hill Rd was

designed to allow vehicles to

park partially over it without

obstructing either the roadway

or the footpath completely.

“In this instance . . . the

footpath was fully blocked,

preventing pedestrian access . . .

(which) poses a serious risk to

pedestrians as they then have to

go on to the road to get past.”

Mr Anderson said he was now

parking half on the footpath

and half on the road.

FINED: Brian and Suwadee Anderson have been parking in the same spot for more than 30

years on Richmond Hill Rd. Now the city council is giving their vehicle tickets for being on

the footpath.

PHOTO MARTIN HUNTER

“However, I do not know if

that is acceptable or not as noone

has responded to me,” he

said.

“My immediate neighbour

is doing much the same, but

further up the hill, everyone

parks hard against the rails as

ever.”

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Should

vehicles be ticketed for

parking across a footpath

on narrow roads? Email your

views to sarla.donovan@

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In Brief

COASTAL PATHWAY

The Christchurch Coastal Pathway

group is seeking New Zealand

Transport Agency funding to help

cover a $10 million shortfall for the

Moncks Bay-Shag Rock section.

It has asked the city council to

include the pathway within the

Major Cycleways Route programme,

which would allow it to apply for

NZTA assistance. The Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board is seeking clarification from

city council staff this week about

whether the pathway fits within the

programme’s criteria.

TEDDINGTON CRASH

The driver of a vehicle which rolled

into a ditch near the Wheatsheaf

Tavern about 10.40pm on Saturday

was lucky to escape without injuries.

Governors Bay Fire Brigade officer

in charge Ken Frost said the vehicle

suffered significant damage when

it went off the Governors Bay-

Teddington Rd and landed in a creek.

The driver, who was headed towards

Governor’s Bay, was from Rangiora.

MUSEUM SITE DELAY

A city council decision on gifting

property at 33-35 London St to the

Lyttelton Historical Museum Society

to rebuild the museum isn’t likely

until October. The decision was to be

made at a full city council meeting

last week, but has been referred to a

hearing panel.

“Now is the moment we’ve been

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opportunity to build a better, fairer

future for New Zealand. To fix our

healthcare, grow our economy,

respect our environment and to look

after our towns as much as our cities.

It’s time to change things for the

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Jacinda Ardern, Labour Leader

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Our People

Rose McInerney

Principal’s ‘excitement and relief’ over

The Redcliffs community learned this month

that its school will finally be rebuilt at Redcliffs

Park. Principal Rose McInerney talks to Sarla

Donovan about the long battle to keep the

school open

Congratulations Rose. How

does it feel?

It feels really exciting to have

absolute certainly – there can be

no change to the decision and we

know we’re going to have a school

back in Redcliffs. There’s excitement

and relief, like a massive

weight’s been lifted off the many

shoulders that helped with this

battle.

Did you pop some bubbly

afterwards?

We did – we had a great night.

We went out to a restaurant and

had a lovely evening together.

You’ve really got to mark the

celebrations on a long journey

like this.

Were there ever any moments

of doubt that you’d get the

school back to Redcliffs?

We had a lot of roadblocks

along the way but there was such

a determination to keep finding

a way through. I wouldn’t say it

was doubt. Something else would

be put in our way and the many

people who helped thought,

‘right, what are we going to do

about this?’ It was a very, very

determined group with an amazing

skill set.

It must be a fairly unusual

experience for a principal?

Very. I certainly spoke to a

few of the principals who had to

go through the threat of closure

and some that actually had to

handle closure. Such empathy

and shared experience, but no

there wouldn’t be many that have

done this.

Has it changed you?

I’m still the same me that I

was but I’ve probably grown in

strength and fortitude . . . and

determination. I guess I’ve learnt

to read people and situations and

to really get the best out of people

– that’s been a big thing.

What kept you going when

things got tough?

People. Such a strong group

who would know when it was

hard and do amazingly kind

things. Last year, when we were

going through the waiting game,

we had groups of parents arriving

with morning tea and putting

magazines in the staff toilets –

amazing, kind gestures. Emails

of support saying ‘keep going’,

cards, and all of those little gestures

so you knew there’s a lot of

people who care about this. And

RELIEVED: Rose McInerney,

principal of Redcliffs School.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

just doing it for our kids. They’ve

had such a stoic, resilient attitude

since we had to move three times.

That sense of keeping on going

and doing it for the community. I

think all of us that were involved

in fighting the closure knew that

we had a really good chance,

because we had the facts and the

evidence, so you never wanted to

give up.

You certainly had strong

support from the wider community.

We did and, if I could make

special mention of Ruth Dyson.

Since we’ve moved she’s visited

our school every single month,

no matter where we were. She’s

been part of the team, along with

the board, that’s really helped

keep our school open. Every

month, without fail, no matter

what was happening, she calls in

and she sees the staff, the kids. I

think that’s a real measure of a

person.

In your heart of hearts, why

do you think (former education

minister) Hekia Parata didn’t

let you go back to the old site?

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decision to rebuild school in Redcliffs

I THINK she was genuinely

worried about returning us

to that site. She found it hard

to accept that it was right

for our school to return to

there. She wanted to keep

the school open and she did

listen to how important it was

for the community, so we’ve

compromised on this new site.

But the most important thing is

that we’ve kept our school open.

Is there a moment that stands

out over this whole time of battling

to stay?

One of the biggest days was

July last year when (Hekia

Parata) said she was going to do

more work but that our school

was going to stay open. As a

leader, you always hope for the

best and prepare for the worst. I

guess I was mentally preparing,

while still very hopeful, and it

was such an amazing day to hear

the news that our huge amount

of work on submissions and petitions

and going for visits with her

regularly had paid off. That was

huge, because otherwise we were

facing the prospect of closing at

the end of the year, having to put

our kids in different schools and

tell the staff they had no jobs.

That was a huge day. November

was big because we found out we

were moving sites. And then last

week was the final certainty – the

city council agreed to the land

swap and we had a site to go to.

Three big moments.

When did you win the competition

to get Ed Sheeran to visit?

Just after we heard the news

that we were going to close was

when the Ed Sheeran competition

came around. Our entire

staff, who’d just found out they

FIT: As well as

regular early

morning runs,

Rose McInerney

competed in

the 48km Big

Easy Marathon

in Wanaka.

were potentially losing their jobs,

our entire staff and community

put their heart and soul into winning

that competition. So when

we won, we were completely

under threat of closure and it

was such a proud moment that

everyone had put aside their concerns

and achieved something

really positive for the kids. We

did Edcliffs News, we changed

the words to his songs, we had an

Edcliffs mufti-day, and went all

out making it a good time for the

kids. It exemplifies how the staff

operate when under hardship

– turning something really bad

into something awesome. Then

we won and he came to visit the

kids, which just lifted everyone’s

spirits, as well as raising the profile

of what was happening with

the school.

You must feel like you live

and breath your job sometimes?

What do you do to relax?

I’m really lucky. I’ve got three

boys and a very understanding

husband and we definitely have

family time on the weekend. I

run every morning, around the

neighbourhood, often with my

dog Dibley – he’s a spanador

(spaniel/labrador cross). I play

netball for the Kia Toa club. So

I do things to switch off from

school. The boys are 17, 13 and 8.

My husband is awesome; he’s got

a massive job, too, as a national

manager for NZI Insurance.

You got your teaching degree

from Victoria University – are

you a Wellingtonian?

No, I grew up in Nelson, Tahunanui,

by the beach. Dad worked

for a legal firm and mum was

a nurse. My husband got a job

here and we moved here from the

North Island about 16 years ago.

Is teaching in your blood?

Not from mum and dad, but

I’ve got three sisters who are

teachers – one in early childhood,

one in primary and one in

secondary. I’m actually from a

family of six girls, three of us live

here. It was awesome growing up

with five sisters; you learn a lot

of problem-solving skills when

you’re part of a big family – how

to argue well and how to bounce

back from things. I’m the second

youngest. I met my husband

through teachers college – I was

there with his sister, we used to

play squash together.

If I asked one of your

colleagues to describe you, what

do you think they’d say?

Energetic, fair, hopefully

supportive, inclusive (laughs).

My deputy principal’s sitting here

telling me things. It’s hard saying

things about yourself.

There’s only a couple more

weeks until the October

holidays – do you have any

plans?

My family and I are going to

Vietnam – all of us, my husband

and my three lads. A little bit

of adventuring but quite a lot

of beach-time I think. We’ve

worked pretty hard this year so

I’m ready for a bit of a breather.

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Call for longer library hours

But don’t

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• By Sarla Donovan

IT COULD be next year

before the opening hours

at Sumner’s new library are

reviewed.

Residents have complained

about the limited weekend

operation, with Saturday,

10am-1pm, the only time it

opens its doors.

Sumner

Residents

Association

spokeswoman

Kimberley

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Kimberley

Mossman

many locals

had been

“surprised and

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the opening hours.

“Most we have spoken with

would like the Saturday hours

increased and for the library

to open on Sunday, too,” Ms

Mossman said.

“It’s an issue the association

hopes to resolve with council.”

LYTTELTON

City council head of

libraries and information

Carolyn Robertson said the

operating hours of the city’s

libraries varied according to

demographics.

“Larger-sized library

facilities with extended

collections, services, staffing

and hours of operation

are generally situated in

communities that draw on a

greater population base,” she

said.

“This includes Te Hāpua:

Halswell Centre, South

Library, Upper Riccarton

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Library, Linwood Library and

New Brighton Library.”

Ms Robertson said the

opening hours at Sumner

were based on the needs of

a “smaller community”, and

what was in place prior to the

previous library’s closure.

“Any increases to library

hours . . . would have financial

implications and would need

to go through the Annual Plan

or Long Term Plan process

and include community

consultation,” she said.

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resident Lucy,

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is open from

10am-1pm on

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councillor Sara Templeton said

she would raise the matter at

the next Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

meeting.

People were disappointed

that the library wasn’t open

for very long on weekends, she

said.

“It’s a fantastic new library,

in a beautiful building and

it’s important that we get the

budget to make it as accessible

as possible.”

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Yacht club

has wind

in its sails

again

•From page 1

“It’s not an automatic effect

but there are things happening.

Grant Dalton and some of the

Team New Zealand crew are

coming down for a fundraising

event next month,” Mr Ineson

said.

“They are supporting the

Pleasant Point Yacht Club

rebuild. It’s all part and parcel of

promoting yachting and we

hope it will have ongoing

benefits.”

Sailing from Moncks Bay

since 1891, Christchurch Yacht

Club is one of the oldest in the

country.

It famously produced New

Zealand’s first Olympic sailing

gold medallists, Peter Mander

and Jack Cropp, in Melbourne in

1956, and in 1992 Lesley Egnot

won a silver in Barcelona.

A new $1.17 million boatshed

is set to be completed by

Christmas, replacing the one

demolished in June, 2011.

NEVER IN his wildest dreams

did Christ’s College Old Boy

Hamish Thomas think he would

be awarded a scholarship to

Cambridge University.

But in just a few weeks time

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“Throughout the whole application

process, I never, ever

thought I would win the thing.

I couldn’t believe it when I was

told earlier this year,” says Hamish

who completed year 13 last

year, and will leave Christchurch

on Saturday.

From Mt Pleasant, Hamish

went to Redcliffs School and

Cathedral Grammar before

winning a Somes Exhibition

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proved his specialty areas.

Those same disciplines will be

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outstanding New Zealand applicant.

The Worshipful Company of

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with New Zealand since 1933

and in 1950 at the instigation of

the 3 rd Viscount Brentford, the

company established a scholarship

for an outstanding New

Zealander to go to England to

study for a degree.

“I’m looking forward to the

challenges and changes ahead

and can’t wait to meet the diverse

and brilliant people studying

and working at Cambridge,”

Hamish says.

“I think I was chosen because

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SKILLS: Former Christ’s College and Redcliffs School student

Hamish Thomas has won a three-year scholarship to study

maths and sciences at Cambridge University in England.

I excelled in different areas. The

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made me a unique candidate.

“The selectors showed great

interest in theatresports, which

fosters creative and flexible

thinking. I suggested these were

very important skills for a scientist

and I think they agreed.”

Hamish’s theatresports team

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South Island competition and

the debating team he took part

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Russell McVeagh Canterbury

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and into one of the world’s

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still slightly unreal.

“I’ll start studies on October 3

and because I’m living in a normal

university hall of residence,

I imagine it’s going to be fairly

easy to meet other students and

make friends.

The style of lecture delivery is

going to be different from what

he experienced earlier this year

when completing a semester

in health sciences at Otago

University.

“There were hundreds in some

of those lectures, but I think at

Cambridge there will be lots of

tutorials with teaching fellows

and professors.”

With a brother at Auckland

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and design, a father who is a

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is head of english at Christ’s

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At the heart of

our community

Spring is here

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Your Local Views

•HAVE

We said:

LPC’S new staff car park

by the Diamond Harbour

ferry will reduce bus

parking to one space and

remove the informal drop

off area for ferry users.

You said:

YOUR SAY: What do you think of

port car parking. Send your views to sarla.

donovan@starmedia.kiwi

Mark Watson – Lyttelton

Port Company car park to

leave only enough space for

one bus at the wharf? This is

nothing short of LPC sabotaging

public transport in Lyttelton.

If there’s only enough

space for one bus at the wharf

there will be chaos down there.

Both the 535 and the 28 service

the ferry at the wharf. It’s the

end of the trip for the 28 bus,

so it has to wait there between

dropping off passengers for the

ferry, and picking up passengers

from the ferry. The buses

taking passengers home after

work often get held up in traffic,

so it can’t be predicted exactly

when each bus will arrive

at the wharf. It’s not unusual

for two 28 buses to arrive at

the wharf at the same time, or

for the 535 and two 28s to be

there all together. LPC could

have put the car parking for

its new headquarters in many

other places. But it chose to

stick it in the middle of the access

way between the ferry and

Lyttelton town. The comment

from Mr Simmers says it all:

providing an extra bus parking

space “wasn’t a good utilisation

of the land area.” So providing

private car parks for the headquarters

is better utilisation of

that land?

Marcia Bryant – City

Council transport operations

manager says Lyttelton Port

Company headquarters car

park may mean ferry passengers

will have to use the

bus stop on Norwich Quay. No

way. For people who struggle

with stairs, and families with

young children and buggies,

that’s like being dropped off

on Moorhouse Ave to get a

bus from the interchange.

Come on city council ECan,

and LPC – someone please use

some common sense, act with

decency, and ensure there’s

fair public access between the

buses and the ferry.

Kim Glennie – There

should be a quick pick-up/

drop-off zone. I pick up and

drop off my 10-year-old

daughter and I don’t like her

to walk around the edge of the

port by herself. Sometimes I

am delayed by up to 15min

by a red light on the tunnel.

I do park illegally by the bus

stop and run to get her. When

my children were young I

found it difficult to negotiate

the old stairs and overhead

bridge with two pre-schoolers,

a buggy and two car seats. I

can imagine some of the older

generation would appreciate a

close pick up as well. We use

the ferry connecting bus service

on a regular basis and find

its close proximity works well,

especially when it’s raining.

Ann Thornton – I am an

82-year-old Diamond Harbour

resident. I make frequent use

of the ferry and bus to save me

driving into Christchurch and

to provide me with contact

with my neighbours. I also

have a young grandchild who

proudly travels on the ferry on

his own to visit having been

dropped off by parents on

the town side to the service. I

advocate strongly for a modest

sized drop-off/pick-up space

on the Lyttelton jetty. I also

advocate for the retention of

the bus service to the jetty and

space for two buses as the area

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Local Views

•From page 11

Alison Ross – I acknowledge

Richard Suggate’s concerns

over the Diamond Harbour

ferry access but he appears to be

unacquainted with important

background detail. In the political

and social maelstrom following

9/11 US Homeland Security

released a series of non-negotiable

security requirements to all ports

worldwide which trans-shipped

goods directly across the United

States border.

Unless security management

was brought up to the required

level ports would be permanently

excluded from all future direct

trans-shipping operations. The

proposed, and since confirmed,

security perimeter includes the

present site of the ferry services,

sounding the inevitable death

knell to all future ferry operations

from that site.

Lyttelton Port Company,

cognisant of potential real and

emotional disruption to residents

consequent to the major security

perimeter changes allowed the

ferry operations to continue on

the site as a temporary measure.

It was my opinion at the time

that although the company was

attempting to ease the public into

accepting the security changes, by

not grasping the nettle it created

a false sense among Diamond

Harbour residents that this could,

with lobbying, ensure the ferry

site would remain permanently

below Oxford St.

LPC would have been better to

announce a planned move of the

ferry operations to the west of the

inner harbour at Dampier Bay

immediately as talks were already

under way to develop that area

as a dedicated public recreation

area, with yacht berthing facilities,

food services and a ferry/bus

terminus along with a covered

walkway from the ferry.

I note that discussions on the

bus service included continuing

the circular route around the Lyttelton

commercial centre either

before or after the terminus pickup/drop-off.

The present situation

has not been helped by a less than

objective intransigence by certain

of the former Lyttelton/Mount

Herbert Community Board to the

necessary and inevitable changes.

Had the proposed ferry terminal

changes been announced earlier

they could have been included

in phase one of the Dampier Bay

redevelopment. I continue to be

disappointed when hearing complaints

from Diamond Harbour

residents about having to walk

from Dampier Bay to London St

in the future.

They need to recognise the

importance of Port Lyttelton to the

whole of Canterbury. The physical

centre of the port is around

Dampier Bay. Ferry patrons should

be aware that residents from West

Lyttelton have been walking to Lyttelton’s

commercial centre without

complaint for over 100 years.

•More Local Views, p18

Calder Green Reserve opened

THE HISTORY of Calder Green

Reserve is now on display for all

to see.

A new sign explaining the significance

of the lower Heathcote

reserve was unveiled recently.

Formerly known as Devils

Elbow, Calder Green Reserve is

a salt marsh and riparian area

lying between Ferry and Tunnel

Rds.

Forest and Bird maintains the

area with input from the city

council and community groups.

Heathcote ward city councillor

Sara Templeton was at the opening

of the project.

Her daughter has been involved

through her local guide

group, which has planted swathes

of ngaio over the past few years.

She complimented Forest and

Bird on the work done so far.

“I’m looking forward to all

the groups working together on

a range of challenges including

educating dog owners and the

wider public about the native

wildlife present in the area and

how to protect it.”

Mick Ingram the volunteer

manager of the Calder Green Reserve

project is designing habitat

to suit all the wildlife of the area

and has a particular soft-spot for

lizards.

He’s hopeful that as people visit

OPEN: Sara Templeton, Mick Ingram, and Colleen Philip cut

the ribbon at the opening of Calder Green Reserve.

the reserve and learn more about

the area, “they will come to love

its quiet serenity as I do.”

“The hope is more people will

become kaitiaki (caretakers) of

this stretch of river and help its

wildlife thrive into the future,”

Mr Ingram said.

•If you want to know more

about this project – maybe

get involved in helping yourself

– phone Mick Ingram

021 816633 or check out the

North Canterbury branch

website www.forestandbird.

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NEW!

CONSERVATION: Lyttelton Primary School pupils Maia, Rose, Zoey and

Ridley with some of the traps they received from DOC and the Lyttelton Port

Company.

New traps, bait helps

pupils control pests

TRAPS AND bait costing

about $8000 will help

reduce rat, possum and

stoat populations on

Banks Peninsula.

The Little River Trap

Library and Lyttleton

Primary School have been

given more than 50 traps

by the Department of

Conservation.

Conservation Minister

Maggie Barry and

Associate Conservation

Minister Nicky Wagner

presented the traps at a

Predator Free 2050 event

last week.

Lyttelton Primary

School received 15 traps,

including five possum

traps, from the Lyttelton

Port Company.

The school plans to start

trapping on land above

the township that’s owned

by LPC.

Said Ms Barry: “The

easy-to-use traps will

enable the school children

to take their conservation

work to the next level.”

The Little River Trap

Library was the first of

its kind in New Zealand

and lends traps for free to

people wanting to protect

wildlife on their properties

It was given 40 traps

and bait, enabling it to

continue its work.

Ms Barry said the two

projects were examples of

“collaboration and tireless

dedication,” helping to

eradicate predators and

create pockets of safe habitat.

Ms Wagner said there

were signs the programme

was already having an

impact.

“Tui are beginning to

prosper on the peninsula

and the white-flippered

penguin colony in Flea

Bay/Pohatu has doubled

in size since this work

began,”

“Eventually, I believe

these predator-free areas

will expand to cover

the whole of Lyttelton,

Banks Peninsula, wider

Christchurch and

beyond,” Ms Wagner said.

“I’m confident that by

2050 we’ll have a rat, stoat

and possum-free New

Zealand.”

Artist’s uses rural artefacts to

raise funds for children’s home

• By Sarla Donovan

LYTTELTON artist

Lisa Patterson has fond

memories of fossicking

through old farm sheds

and barns to find faded

certificates, tarnished

medals and dented

trophies.

She said the objects

symbolise past successes

at A&P shows, dressage

events, best bull and other

farm day achievements.

“I like trophies. I sometimes

go to farms and I’m

drawn to the certificates,

plaques, cups and awards

that line walls or shelves,

seemingly forgotten,” Lisa

says.

Such memories have

inspired the Lyttelton

artist’s contribution to this

year’s Sculpture on the

Peninsula – a collection

of trophies carved out of

local oak with lead and

plaster elements.

She’s hoping her work

will be displayed in the

stables at Louden Farm,

Teddington, where the

biennial fundraiser for

Cholmondeley Children’s

Home will be held in

November.

Contributors are encouraged

to produce site

specific works to display in

the paddocks, sheds, farm

buildings and among the

trees on the farm’s varied

landscapes.

From 95 submissions,

Christchurch Art Gallery

curator Lara Strongman

and landscape architect

Dany Kamo chose about

62 works, with artists

including Paul Dibble,

Cheryl Lucas, Mark

Whyte, Hannah Kidd,

Aaron Te Rangiao, Alison

Erikson and Sam Mahon.

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Horotane Valley’s biggest National fan $100,000

• By Bridget Rutherford

IF YOU’VE seen a friendly

looking chap parked on the

side of the road with a National

Party sign waving to motorists

– that’s Rae Mills.

The 76-year-old has been

sitting on the side of busy roads

at peak travel times promoting

National every election for the

last decade.

The Horotane

Valley resident

has been volunteering

for the

party for much

longer.

Mr Mills (left),

who moved to

Christchurch in 1984, wasn’t

always a National supporter.

He switched from Labour

about 40 years ago when he was

chairman of Southland’s Otatara

Kindergarten committee.

National had been in Government

and told Mr Mills it had

pledged money towards a loan

for the kindergarten.

But when Labour won the

1972 general election, Mr Mills

was told the Government

did not have the money in its

budget.

Mr Mills said he then

marched into National’s Wallace

MP Brian Talboys’ office to

see if he could help.

“He said I’ll sort that out for

you,” Mr Mills said.

“Eleven days later I got a reply

from Education Minister Phil

Amos, saying approval has been

granted for your loan.

“I was quite impressed, because

I was Labour.”

He has been volunteering for

National ever since.

Mr Mills has been parking

on the side of Ferry Rd in Ferrymead,

Halswell Rd and State

Highway 1 between Christchurch

and Amberley waving to

passersby since July.

He does it on weekdays for a

couple of hours in the mornings

and evenings.

“About 80 per cent of people

wave,” he said.

“I believe in what I’m doing, I

know it’s working.”

His role was to encourage

people to party vote National,

followed by its candidate for

each electorate, he said.

DEDICATED:

Rae Mills, of

Horotane Valley,

spends a couple

of hours in

the morning

and evening

promoting

National for

the general

election.

PHOTO: MARTIN

HUNTER

“It really is about people ticking

both boxes.”

He said the outcome of the

September 23 election would be

tight – but he hoped National

would come out on top.

Mr Mills, who is a former

builder and now works at Mitre

10 Mega Ferrymead, said he was

happy to continue volunteering

during election time if his wife

Pat says it’s okay.

“I’m still fit and well and able

to do it.”

plan for

Allandale

• By Sarla Donovan

A $100,000 regeneration project

around the headwaters of the

Allandale Stream is starting to show

positive results.

The Allandale Stream Reserve

Project aims to regenerate native

bush and riparian vegetation at the

stream headwaters to provide good

habitat for native fish, birds and

invertebrates.

Since 2011 more than 4.5km of

livestock fencing has been installed

to keep stock out of the stream and

about 12,000 trees, shrubs and native

grasses planted.

Project manager Denis Aldridge

is the general manager at Living

Springs Camp and Conference Centre,

which sits on 400 hectares of

land and which includes Allandale

Stream.

“It’s a big project to plant that

many plants,” he said. “We’ve had

the limited service army volunteers,

various youth groups, holiday camp

groups, prison groups.”

The Banks Peninsula Water Zone

Committee have funded $115,141

towards the project.

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Your Local Views

Planned approach to replanting

As National

Party MP

Nuk Korako

writes, Te

Tapuwai o

Rakau Trust

will leave

a legacy

for future

generations

It is three days until the election.

This will be a busy three days

as my team and I take our last

chance of getting our message

out there – that only National

can continue the strong growth

in the economy that allows us

to improve public services and

support our most vulnerable

New Zealanders into better

lives.

Many people like having multiple

MPs serving the Port Hills

electorate, so we are making sure

they know that the best way to

keep an MP in both Government

and opposition is to give

their electorate vote to me, Nuk

Korako.

But today I want to talk about

something local, and very close

to my heart. That is the replanting

of the Port Hills.

After the fires earlier this year,

what became really apparent

to me was that there are many

groups doing an awesome job of

HELP: Replanting efforts on the Port Hills need to be

co-ordinated.

providing trees and getting volunteers

to replant the damaged

areas of our hills.

But to date there hasn’t been

a structured approach to ensure

that we replant the Port Hills

in a way that meets cultural

and ecological best practice.

So I have been working with a

group of like-minded and very

passionate people to establish

a trust that can assist with cocoordinating

planned cultural

and ecological reforestation

programs.

That work came to fruition

earlier this month, with the

launch of Te Tapuwae o Rakau

Trust (The Tree Footprints

Trust.) The trust was launched

with the symbolic planting

of a tree at the Christchurch

Adventure Park, and is now

working with already established

organisations, Ngai Tahu and

landowners to plan the first

planting.

I believe that this co-ordinated

approach by the trust, to engage

with all groups, can only enhance

the great work done by all.

We have the opportunity to

leave a legacy of replanted and

new native forests that match the

ecological and cultural footprint

of the Port Hills, and encourage

our native plants and wildlife to

flourish.

Akaroa go from film

sets to the stage

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

FROM DESIGNING costumes

to fit Orlando Bloom to helping

create blockbuster film sets –

Akaroa’s John Harding and

Lesley Burkes-Harding know

how to transform a show into a

full visual experience.

Audiences at the

Isaac Theatre Royal

have been seeing an

endless stream of

costumes embedded

Lesley

Burkes-

Harding

John

Harding

with sequins and

neo-Gothic style

sets designed by the

Akaroa couple in

Showbiz Christchurch’s

latest production

of Sister Act.

Hundreds of costumes

were designed

by Burkes-Harding

for the show, while

her husband created

the set which has

toured all over the country.

Between them, they have 65

years of experience working in

television, consortium productions

and major films including

Avatar, King Kong and The Lord

of the Rings.

While working on The Hobbit,

Burkes-Harding designed

the costumes for Bloom in his

role as the elf Legolas.

Like most of the productions

the couple have worked on, the

design for Sister Act has been a

large undertaking.

“It is always a big job . . . there

are many hundreds of sequin

fabrics that I bought for that

show,” Burkes-Harding said.

She said in theatre, costumes

need to be sturdy and well

designed to suit the different

people who wear them.

It is similar for Harding, who

said every set he designs needs

to be “elastic” to adapt to each

venue on which it is staged.

“One of the first things was

solving how to do multiple scene

changes, so I came up with the

idea of a double conveyor belt,”

he said.

Other key elements in the set

include the use of LED lighting

to recreate the “exquisite” quality

of the stained-glass church

windows, and a narthex that he

found in a recycling yard near

Rangiora, which came from

church rubble after the February

22, 2011, earthquake.

•The show ends on

Saturday

Expect night-time traffic delays at the Lyttelton Tunnel

If you are driving at night through the Lyttelton Tunnel,

expect occasional delays from later this month through

until December 2018.

For a few nights each month, just one traffic lane in the tunnel will be open and on

occasions both traffic lanes will need to be closed.

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Pupils make

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Sumner library

SCHOOLS

TECH: Our Lady Star of the Sea

School pupils, including Frances

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Classes from the school now go to

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Wednesday, 9-9.50am

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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

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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. First class

is half price.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $10

Running Club

Thursday, 6pm-7pm

Get active and have fun running

with like-minded people

at the Kathmandu and Salomon

event. There are various professional

coaches to help improve

your running style and encourage

you. It will also give you a

chance to learn to run on different

terrains.

Mt Vernon Valley track carpark.

Free entry

Email: sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

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 to

get to know other families in the

Sumner-Redcliffs-Mt Pleasant

area? Mainly Music is a fun,

educational half hour music

and movement session followed

by morning tea and a social/

play time. Come 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

Rd, Redcliffs

Swingtown Rebels

Saturday, 1-3pm

The Rebels are bringing their

smooth moves back to Diamond

Harbour this weekend, supported

by smooth grooves from

Devilish Mary. Everybody is welcome

so get along to Preserved

Cook School and Eatery.

2 Waipapa Ave, Diamond

Harbour

Peninsula Tramping Club

Sunday, 8am

If you enjoy going on hikes

and adventures but would rather

do it with other people instead

of on your own tag along with

the club. It is free to attend the

club’s tramps, many around

Banks Peninsula and the wider

area. There are walks for varying

levels of ability, along with

conservation work, monthly

meetings and social events. Meet

on Sunday morning at 8am at

the Oxford Tce Baptist Church

before travelling to the tramping

spot for the day. Go to http://

www.peninsulatrampingclub.

org.nz/ for more information.

286 Oxford Tce

Sumner Playgroup

Monday, 9.30-11.30am

For children aged up to five

years and their caregivers. Different

areas of play include arts/

crafts, dress up, constructive

play, outdoor/physical play

weather permitting. Morning tea

for adults and children provided.

Cost $3 for adult and child, $2

for additional child.

Matuktuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Jamie Oehlers and Tal Cohen

Tuesday, 7.30pm

One of Australia’s most prominent

jazz saxophonists, Jamie

Oehlers, teams up one of the hottest

young jazz talents around,

pianist Tal Cohen, to create

some inspirational and thoughtprovoking

music. $25/$20

Orange Studios, 1063 Ferry Rd,

Ferrymead

Babytimes

Tuesday and Friday, 10.30-

11am

Encourage your baby’s

learning through language.

Babytimes involves interactive

activities, such as rhymes, songs,

stories and play.

Lyttelton Library, Friday and

Matuktuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre on Tuesday

Storytimes

Tuesday 11-11.30am, Wednesday

10.30-11am

Encourage learning through

PREPARATION: Community response

teams from Mt Pleasant, Redcliffs and

Sumner are getting together to share

knowledge and information and learn

from each other, as part of developing

local community preparedness and

response plans across the Bay Harbour

News area. There will be discussions

about community response activation,

likely roles and responsibilities,

communications, community based

emergency kits, and learning more

about Neighbourhood Support and how

this works in emergencies. Email Robin

Arnold at mtpleasantresponse@gmail.

com if you want to attend or would like

more information. Mt Pleasant School, 82

Major Hornbrook Rd, Sunday, 10am-3pm. ​

a love for stories. Storytimes is

a free, interactive programme

including stories, songs, rhymes

and play.

Lyttelton Library, Tuesday and

Matuktuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre on Wednesday

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The weekly markets have many

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produce to freshly baked bread,

cheeses and free range eggs. Find

some healthy food options and

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wander around any of the markets

happening in the area at the

weekend.

Lyttelton Farmers Market:

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London St

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