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Sumner Rd reopening delayed

Repair work

won’t be

finished

until 2019

• By Bridget Rutherford

THE REOPENING of Sumner

Rd has been pushed back by

more than a year because the

work is more complex than first

thought.

Bay Harbour News has

obtained a memo addressed to

elected members and city council

staff from city services general

manager David Adamson.

It said work to reopen the road

between Evans

Pass Rd

and Lyttelton

would not be

finished until

early to mid-

2019.

Originally,

the New

Peter Davie

Zealand

Transport

Agency and city council project

being done by McConnell Dowell,

was expected to reopen early

next year.

“We know many people may

be frustrated with the later

opening date, but this project

is about making an important

roading link safe, resilient and fit

for purpose,” Mr Adamson said

in the memo.

He said much of the

HAZARD: Sumner Rd has been closed since the February 22, 2011, earthquake, and it is now not expected to reopen until 2019.

complexity of the work became

apparent when contractors were

able to access and clear parts of

the road.

The road has been closed

since the February 22, 2011,

earthquake due to damage and

the risk of rockfall.

It is a critical roading link,

and heavy vehicles travelling

to and from Lyttelton Port of

Christchurch have had to use

the Lyttelton Tunnel since the

closure.

LPC chief executive Peter

Davie said it was working closely

with the city council and NZTA

and was aware of the new time

frames.

He said systems in place to

use Lyttelton Tunnel had been

working well.

“We recognise the importance

of the road to the port, especially

for oversized and hazardous

goods.”

Stage one of the work included

abseilers scaling the bluffs, identifying

unstable and “high-risk”

rock, and removing them by

levering, air-bagging or blasting.

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ALL YOU history buffs can watch

the Timeball tower came back to

life from wherever you are.

Heritage New Zealand and

Hawkins Construction have put in

a time lapse camera that captures

the progress of the build every

10min from 6.30am to 5.30pm

(see page 3).

The tower rebuild will be finished

in April but Nick Chin of

Heritage NZ says it will become

noticeable in the skyline in the

next couple of weeks.

Not such good news though

with the opening of Sumner Rd

delayed for at least another year

(see page 1).

Says the city council: “We know

many people may be frustrated

with the later opening date, but

this project is about making an

important roading link safe, resilient

and fit for purpose.”

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Wednesday October 18 2017

News

Camera captures Timeball repairs

YOU DON’T need to leave the

comfort of your living room to

watch the rebuild of Lyttelton’s

iconic Timeball Station.

Heritage New Zealand and

Hawkins Construction are

sharing costs for a time lapse

camera that captures progress

of the build every 10min from

6.30am to 5.30pm.

“We

encourage

people to

view the time

lapse camera

and watch

the rebuild in

real time. The

Nick Chin

tower rebuild

should begin

to become quite noticeable on

Lyttelton’s skyline in the next

few weeks,” Heritage New

Zealand general manager Nick

Chin said.

He said it will be a welcome

reminder for locals of the

familiar landmark that stood at

the site since 1876 but has been

missing since the February 22,

2011, earthquake.

The Timeball Station will be

finished by the end of April.

An internal concrete

shell which will house the

automated timeball mechanism

is currently being constructed

on site.

The stone masonry work will

take place once it is completed,

using as much of the original

heritage fabric as possible

from the station following its

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PROGRESS: The rebuild of the Timeball tower can be watched online with photos updated

every 10 minutes. (Right) – The damaged tower after the February 22, 2011, earthquake. ​

deconstruction.

“It is really fantastic to

actually see something physical

appear at the Timeball site

again,” Mr Chin said.

When completed the tower

will overlook the harbour and

township, with the timeball

dropping at 1pm daily.

•To view progress on the

$3 million project visit

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projectstory.co.nz/

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Fire rages, homes at risk

TOILETS FIXED

The toilets at Allandale Domain

are operating again and the

drinking fountain is set to be

reconnected. The toilet block

and fountain had been closed on

and off because of issues with

water supply from a shallow well

and there was found to be minor

contamination. The water to the

drinking fountain will be treated

with a new UV sterilisation

system, which is being installed in

the Allandale Hall.

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Brower tells world her earthquake story

Inspiring people

to improve

safety standards

• By Gabrielle Stuart

EARTHQUAKE survivor Ann

Brower has told her story in

an international engineering

journal, hoping it will

inspire stricter safety

standards.

The Sumner resident

was the only person

who survived when a

Colombo St building

collapsed on a bus

during the February

22, 2011, earthquake,

killing 12 people.

The building which collapsed

had been damaged in the September

4, 2010, earthquake, but

it had not been reinforced or

fenced off.

Dr Brower has told her story

in a paper for the November

issue of the Earthquake Spectra

journal, which is published from

the Earthquake Engineering

Research Institute in California.

In the paper, she describes her

experience in the earthquakes,

her rescue and rehabilitation

Ann Brower

process. “At 12.51 on February

22, 2011, 12 people died beside

me. The parapet and facade of an

unreinforced masonry building

on the main street of Christchurch,

New Zealand, crushed the

bus that I was riding. I’m the

only one left, the lucky 13th. My

leg, my hand, and my soul will

never be the same,” she wrote in

the paper.

She also describes her

work campaigning for

building safety law changes

through the Royal Commission

of Inquiry, before

Parliament, and in countless

articles and interviews.

“In reading the evidence

about the building that collapsed

onto our bus, it was

hard to avoid the conclusion that

Parliament, the building owners,

and the city council had, each

in their own way, left us there to

die,” she wrote.

After years of campaigning, a

law change was made last year

requiring owners of buildings

with unsecured or unreinforced

masonry to strengthen them

within 7.5 years.

Dr Brower said she was

inspired to write about her

experience for the journal after

speaking to the NZ Society for

DESTROYED: The bus that Ann Brower was in was crushed by

masonry on Colombo St in the February 22, 2011, earthquake.

PHOTO: SIMON BAKER

Earthquake Engineering.

She said she wanted to inspire

scientists and engineers to fight

to make buildings safer and

earthquake standards stricter.

Many were doing great technical

work around earthquake

safety, but failing to communicate

that to the public and to

politicians, she said.

“It’s all well and good to make

spectacular science, but if you

can’t communicate it, what’s the

point,” she said.

“Science is only half the job.

It’s about taking that and using

it to make a change in our little

corner of the world, and communicating

it in a way that makes

Parliament sit up and listen,” she

said.

She said many scientists shied

away from engaging in politics,

but she believed it was essential.

“If the ultimate goal is a safer

society, there’s a lot of politics in

that,” she said.

“A lot of science and engineering

types wrinkle their noses at

politics and say ‘oh, it’s so odious’.

I say ‘yes, it’s all a game, and

everyone lies, and there’s a lot of

hypocrisy in it, that’s true. But

you still have to play the game’.”

Dr Brower said the journal’s

acceptance and revision process

took more than a year and it

would be a huge honour to

finally see it in print.

Telling her story and proving

that “the little guy can make a

change” had been very satisfying,

she said.

Although she still kept an eye

on earthquake strengthening

legislation, her main focus had

returned to the environmental

research she was focused on before

the earthquakes, she said.

Most of her current work was

around things like management

of freshwater and conservation

land in Canterbury, she said.

“If something has the potential

to make the world a better place,

I think it’s my job to share it,”

she said.

•Dr Brower’s story in her

own words can be found

online at www.star.kiwi

where the full pre-print

text of her paper has been

published. The final paper

is set to be published in

the November edition of

international earthquake

engineering journal,

Earthquake Spectra, which

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Yacht club on board over park

• By Julia Evans

THE MT Pleasant Yacht Club is

happy to work with concerned

parties to make Scott Park

better for everyone.

A new working group met last

Wednesday to discuss issues of

water and park access, safety

and general landscaping.

And yacht club immediate

past commodore Tim Prickett

said following the meeting,

everyone was on

the same page.

“Essentially

there were three

thrusts to the

meeting . . .

accessibility of

Darrell

Latham

park, water and

beautification,” he

said.

Those at the meeting included

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board chairwoman

Sally Buck and members Darrell

Latham, Tim Lindley and Jake

McLellan, as well as Mt Pleasant

Residents’ Association co-ordinator

Jules Lee, Paul Roperfee

from the Christchurch Coastal

Pathway Group, Dr Prickett

and Duncan Cartwright commodore

and rear commodore

of the Mt Pleasant Yacht Club,

Russell Mathieson, Allan Taylor

from Canterbury Wind Sports

and Eric Banks from the city

council.

Dr Prickett said a majority of

the issues could be dealt with

simply by adding more signage.

“Accessibility is largely to do

with perception rather than

reality, it just needs to be better

signed,” he said.

Although he did agree that

the park was “pretty ugly.”

Dr Prickett said there was

currently a lack of city council

funding available but in the

next financial year more would

become free.

“But the sentiment was that

we’re all going in the same

direction,” he said.

The working party was triggered

after Coastal Pathway

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Group chairman Scott Babington

raised concerns about public

access to the foreshore near the

Ferrymead Bridge.

As it stands there is no public

access around the south side of

the yacht club’s new boat shed

as it is currently fenced off, he

said.

But Mr Babington could not

attending the meeting as he is

overseas.

Dr Latham agreed and said

overall the meeting had a positive

tone.

“From my perspective everybody

understood the issues. Yes,

there are concerns that we need

to reach agreement on. However,

we are closer together than

apart on the matters of access

PARK:

Accessibility

and

beautification

at Scott Park

were up for

discussion by

the working

party at its

meeting last

week.

and landscaping raised during

discussion,” Dr Latham said.

He said the park is still in the

early stages of development.

“Going forward we have the

opportunity to make Scott Park

a wonderful area of recreation

for water sport users and as a

gateway experience for coastal

pathway walkers or families

wishing enjoy a picnic in the

park near the water’s edge.”

The community board is looking

to develop a 10-year master

plan for the park’s future.

And Mr Banks is going back

to the city council to discuss the

landscaping problems with an

urban planner to engage landscape

architect to work with the

Scott Park working party.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Sumner Rd

reopening

delayed

•From page 1

Mr Adamson said in the memo

the bluffs from Evans Pass to

Battery Point had been cleared

and work had started on creating

rockfall protection features,

including a catch-bench above the

road to stop falling rock.

Stage two will consist of repairing

damaged retaining walls and

reinstating the road itself.

The city council had originally

planned on putting stage two

out for tender, but Mr Adamson

said to reduce the reopening time

frame, and cost, it had awarded

the contract to McConnell Dowell.

“Having the same head contractor

for both stages means that

some of the first and second stage

work can be done at the same

time, therefore avoiding having

to push the open date out further

still. It also means the work can

be done for less cost than having

a new contractor come into the

work for the later stage,” Mr Adamson

wrote.

The project is part of the $78

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Caves were once party central

Fire rages, homes at risk

THE SOUND of music from

concerts, picnics and parties rang

through Taylors Mistake at the

turn of the century when caves

were turned into mansions.

Janet Abbott became fascinated

by the history of the area and the

cave mansions that were once

tucked between Boulder Bay and

Taylors Mistake.

She has curated

an exhibition

of historic photographs

of 18

cave baches and

written a booklet

about their

history based

Janet Abbott

on interviews

with people who

once attended the parties in this

unique community.

“Not too many people know

the full history of the area. We’ve

uncovered quite a bit of new

information,” Ms Abbott said.

Friends of the owners would go

to concert parties at the Theatre

Royal, catch the last tram to

Sumner and then walk over the

hill in the dark to have a “hi de

ho” at the bach, Ms Abbott said.

The Lost Cave Baches exhibition

will be held during Beca

Heritage Week until October 23

at the Matuku Takotako Sumner

Centre.

HISTORIC: The Lost Cave Baches exhibition will be held during

Beca Heritage Week until October 23 at the Matuku Takotako

Sumner Centre, Ms Abbott’s booklet will be available for

purchase.

“My fascination with these

cave baches stems from

memories of being rowed around

the coast in the dingy by my

mother from our bach in Boulder

Bay.”

She said the baches were part

of a very different way of life at

that time.

Many of them were just basic

huts where fishermen could

spend the night while catching

HOLIDAY: Gladys Vallance and

her brothers, Clive and Denis,

who lived in Sumner but spent

holidays and weekends at the

family’s cave bach at Harris

Bay. ​

crayfish or fishing on the morning

tide.

“The abundant fishing and the

hillsides heaving with rabbits

provided food during the depression

days. Families filled the

baches. Children grew up fishing,

boating and roaming the cliffs

and caves.”

However, three of them were

grand Edwardian Cave baches,

including the Pilgrim’s Rest,

which was built by Alfred Osborn

(known as the Pilgrim, who

built the original Pilgrim’s Way

track), The Hermitage and Te

Nui Ana.

The baches were often made

from timber from ships passing

through the area.

Before containers, ships

secured their cargo with planks

of wood, and once clear of the

harbour they would throw

this wood overboard creating

“dunnage” that washed up along

the coast.

Concrete foundations remain

from a few of the baches.

The Pilgrim’s Rest had a

camera obscura and the owner

hosted picnic parties attended

by women who would clamber

down the rough track wearing

ankle-length Edwardian dresses.

The Hermitage was built in

1906 from timber salvaged from

Fuller’s Old Theatre and the

Main Exhibition building from

the New Zealand International

Exhibition which was held in

Christchurch from 1906 to

1907. There was a bunk room for

women and the cave was lit with

kerosene lamps.

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why you will often see multiple bidders or multiple offers on properties that are being sold”as is,

where is” or Estate Realisations or Mortgagee sales. Buyers are motivated to act quickly on these

properties in the belief they make pick up a bargain. Why? Because in most cases they understand

that the vendor is a “genuine seller” and is not just testing the market.

Don’t get me wrong, buyers still know a good house when they see one and it’s not always about

the money. It can also be about buying a property that best suits their needs. However, if we

think this through a bit further, it seems to me that if you are thinking of selling it makes sense to

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Playground makeover planned

SCARBOROUGH PARK will

get a makeover.

Play equipment at the park

is nearing the end of its life so

a project team from the city

council has been gathering

ideas from the community

about options for replacing it.

A ‘mouse wheel’ is one of the

new pieces of play equipment.

They have put those ideas

together into a draft concept

plan, which they now want to

get public feedback on.

“We’ve already met with a

small group of students from

Our Lady of the Sea School to

check that we are on the right

track but now we want to hear

what other people think of the

plan we’ve come up with,’’ city

council acting head of parks

Brent Smith said.

Included in the plan is

provision for a mouse wheel,

which would be the first in a

city council park, an eagles lair

climbing net, a dancing snake

rope swing, a climbing tower

with slides, a triple swing set,

a rocking horse, spring toys, a

carousel and nature play items.

The concept plan also

provides for a new 1.2m wide

sealed scooter path, more

picnic tables and rubberised

safety surfacing to make the

playground more accessible.

As part of the proposed

playground upgrade one

macrocarpa tree, which is in

poor condition and a potential

health and safety risk, will be

removed to make way for play

equipment.

“One thing we’re particularly

keen to get people’s feedback

on is the colour theme for the

new playground. We’re looking

at three options – neutral

colours, heritage colours (red,

blue and white) or colours that

match the nearby Scarborough

paddling pool (green, blue,

yellow and red),’’ Mr Smith

said.

A drop-in session where

people can find out more about

what is proposed will be held

at Scarborough Park between

10am and noon on October 28.

If it is raining heavily on that

day, the drop-in session will be

held on November 4 instead.

People can also find more

information about the planned

playground upgrade and give

their feedback through on the

NEW: A

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is one of the

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of play

equipment

proposed

for the

Scarborough

Park

playground. ​

city council website.

The consultation period

closes on November 13. Once

the feedback has been considered

and the concept plan

finalised, it will be presented to

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board for

consideration.

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News

Lyttelton

gets 21 Day

Challenge

IT TAKES 21 days to make or

break a habit.

This spring, Project Lyttelton

is inviting people to make a

small change in their lives

through food, environment,

waste or well-being.

Taking a walk in nature every

day, practicing Te Reo, eating

only locally grown food, using

a reusable coffee cup – these are

some of the challenges being

taken up by people in Lyttelton

harbour for the 21 Day Challenge,

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30.

Pupils from Lyttelton Primary

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involving family members to

learn about and practice ways

of looking after themselves and

our environment.

Jill Larking, Lyttelton Harbour

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students to identify their tradable

skills.

Pick up a 21 Day tick card

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There will be a workshops

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where you can learn some

helpful tips and tricks.

• By Bridget Rutherford

A DRAFT plan has been

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Peninsula reserve’s future so

it can have its classification

upgraded to the same status as

the Waitangi Treaty Grounds.

Takapūneke Reserve sits between

Akaroa and the settlement

of Ōnuku. It is a site of immense

cultural and spiritual significance

to Ngāi Tahu and Ōnuku

Runanga.

In a bid to have the reserve

classed as a national reserve, like

that of Waitangi, the city council

has to adopt a management plan.

It has developed a draft with

Ōnuku Runanga. The plan

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the reserve, which is made up

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The draft plan proposes to provide

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Public information and interpretation

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SACRED: Takapūneke Reserve sits between Akaroa and the

settlement of Ōnuku and has immense cultural and spiritual

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Fire rages, homes at risk

food and bicycles would also be

prohibited.

The draft plan aims to build

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A path network would be

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the majority of which would be

easily accessible, while the Immigration

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be used for education purposes,

with the ability to add toilet

facilities.

Under the draft, if the opportunity

arose, the existing power

and telephone lines and water

reticulation would be redirected

to outside the reserve. This could

be done via the road network.

In the early 19th century,

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centre for trade between Ngai

Tahu and European settlers. In

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place there, resulting in the site

becoming tapu, or sacred.

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Historic Places Trust registered

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of outstanding historical or cultural

heritage value). Seven years

later it was classified as a historic

reserve under the Reserves Act

1977.

The city council wants feedback

on the draft plan, with consultation

closing on December

15. It would then go to a hearings

panel, with a final decision expected

in April.

Drop-in sessions will be held

on October 31 from 5-6.30pm in

the civic offices, Hereford St, and

November 4 from 11am-2.30pm

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CHOLMONDELEY Children’s

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started his role last week.

Arron Perriam took over

from Shane Murdoch who left

in July after eight years at

Cholmondeley to become

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residential services for the

Laura Ferguson Trust.

Mr Perriam was

business operations

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“Arron has been involved

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community organisations play

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Mr Perriam has held senior

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With the Christmas season coming up, it’s

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Winnies can cater for groups from two

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Pizza is a great sharing food, and is informal

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to book in your Christmas party at the place

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• By Gordon Findlater

IT ONLY took Sumner’s new

pace bowler four deliveries to

make an impact as they defeated

New Brighton by five wickets in

their first one-day match of the

season.

Former Lancaster Park club

premier bowler Paddy Sullivan

began his tenure with Sumner

in style by taking 3/20 in nine

overs, including a wicket with

his fourth delivery.

Sullivan was lured to Sumner

by captain Johnny Beveridge

who played with him in the New

Zealand police team. The two

officers had pivotal roles in Sumner’s

victory on Saturday.

Sumner won the toss and

elected to bowl on the artificial

pitch at South Brighton Domain.

The match was originally due to

be played at St Leonards Square.

However, heavy rain left the

wicket unplayable.

After the fourth ball heroics,

Sumner struck again quickly

with a run out by Jonny Percasky

before Sullivan claimed

his second wicket in the eighth

over to have New Brighton

scrambling at 14/3.

A couple of partnerships

then formed mainly around

New Brighton skipper Matt

Fielding (76) and David Cattermole

(33). Dan Vann and Marcus

Thompson both bowled tidy

spells but the introduction of

Jonny Percasky tightened the

screws with his 1/18 off nine

overs. Opening bowlers Dean

Smith and Sullivan came back

to finish things off and New

Brighton ended their 45 overs on

158/8.

In reply, Sumner made

a positive start with Tom

Gooday and Christopher Wilson’s

opening stand of 28 runs

coming quickly. Then three

quick wickets fell to have Sumner

38/3.

This brought Beveridge and

David Rees, who made his

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debut, to the crease. The pair put

on a 60-run partnership before

Rees was run out for 27. Beveridge

continued to play shots

and take the game away from

New Brighton with Michael

Newton-Vesty’s support.

Beveridge fell just before the

final runs could be scored. However

his captain’s knock of 64 off

69 deliveries ensured Sumner’s

season began with a win.

Sumner won in 34 overs with

five wickets in hand. Their next

match will see them take on

Heathcote at Heathcote Domain

on Saturday.

TERAUORIWA Gapper was

named women’s sevens player of

the year at the recent Canterbury

rugby awards.

From Heathcote Valley, she

was one of the players who

received awards at The Piano

Centre for Music and the Arts.

Gapper’s fitness, speed and

physicality make her an ideal

sevens player.

Gapper also has a high work

rate, aptitude on defence and the

ability to beat defenders one-onone.

As captain, Gapper led the

Canterbury women’s sevens

team to the South Island regional

title, as well as the national

tournament.

She always features prominently

whenever she wears the

red and black jersey.

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Gapper scores top

women’s sevens title

Other winners at the

Canterbury rugby awards

evening:

Marist Albion’s Daniel

Fransen, men’s sevens

player of the year;

Christchurch’s William

Tucker, under-19 player

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Lucy Anderson and Lincoln

University’s Rebecca Todd,

women’s players of the year;

Canterbury University’s

Sam Godwin, Canterbury

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Grimwood, volunteer of

the year; Lincoln’s Nick

Werahiko, Maori player

of the year and Richie

Mo’unga, Canterbury rugby

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Redcliffs Bowling Club, James

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Strength ’n’ Stretch Class

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For women in their fab fifties

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St Andrews Anglican Church,

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Mini Music

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Get your pre-schoolers rocking

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by 5pm each Wednesday

Running Club

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Get active and have fun running

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Mt Vernon Valley track car

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Little Ship Club of

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Thursday, 7-9pm

The Little Ship Club of

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former and future cruisers who

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listen to keynote speakers and

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and annual club membership is

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Naval Point Club, Erskine

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Lost Cave Baches

Friday, all day

Visit an exhibition of photos

and stories that explores the history

of the lost cave baches.

Hidden in the cliffs of the

peninsula were three Edwardian

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chandeliers, a grand piano, a

camera obscure, and ringing

with the music of the times.

This exhibition will show photographs

and tell stories of the lost

cave baches, located between the

east end of Taylors Mistake and

Boulder Bay. A booklet will be

available with photographs and

stories.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre, 37 Nayland St

Twilight Golf

Thursday, October 26, 5pm

Go along and enjoy the first of

a series of twilight gold evenings

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time. Afterwards members

welcome. Prizes to be won.

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co.nz. Green fee $10, members

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Richmond Hill Golf Club, 50

Ferrymead Park Drive

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

Explore the Little River Power

Flower trail. See 15 diverse

gardens, five of which are new

to the event this year. From

beachside gems in Birdlings

Flat to lush valley producers of

proteas, herbs and hazelnuts,

with a historic homestead and

a few surprises thrown in along

the way. A fantastic chance

to explore the back roads of

Little River, wander in gardens,

buy plants from nurseries

and see what is grown there.

Tickets $15 per adult, children

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Monday, 10am to 4pm.

for additional child.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

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Markets:

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Paradise is closer than you think... and

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chocolate carpets. The yard is thoughtfully

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licensed restaurants make eating out a breeze,

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TAKAPŪNEKE RESERVE

DRAFT MANAGEMENT PLAN

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Christchurch City Council has prepared a draft

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Takapūneke Reserve, as per the Reserves Act 1977

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A locality plan shows the area to be included in the

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immense cultural significance to Ngāi Tahu and,

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early 19th century, Takapūneke was a major trading

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New Zealand Historic Places Trust, and in 2009,

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under the Reserves Act 1977. In 2012, the Council

adopted the Takapūneke Conservation Report.

Information leaflets and feedback forms are

available from all Council libraries and service

centres, the Civic Offices at 53 Hereford Street,

Christchurch, or online via the Council’s website:

www.ccc.govt.nz/HaveYourSay

Written objections to or suggestions on the draft

reserve management plan can be made to the

Council from Wednesday, 11 October 2017 until 5pm

on Friday, 15 December 2017.

If you wish to discuss any aspect of this process,

please contact:

Russel Wedge

Senior Network Planner Parks

Christchurch City Council

HSBC Tower

PO Box 73054

Orchard Road

Christchurch 8154

Telephone: (03) 941 8270

Email: russel.wedge@ccc.govt.nz

www.ccc.govt.nz


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