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Flex and stretch for big yoga event

Sumner yoga teacher Jess Smith will lead a pre-run stretch at the South Island’s first Wanderlust global lifestyle event at

St Leonard’s Park, Sumner, on December 2. More than 1000 people are expected to take part in the 5km run/walk followed

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Little River

fire tanker

won’t be

replaced

until at

least March

• By Sarla Donovan

LITTLE RIVER Fire Brigade’s

30-year-old fire tanker won’t be

replaced until after this summer

– leaving firefighters and residents

worried property could be put at

risk.

Bay Harbour News revealed last

week that when Fire and Emergency

New Zealand replaced the

New Zealand Fire Service on July

1, the city council took back Little

River’s almost new water tanker,

swapping it for a smaller, slower

vehicle.

Residents and Little River brigade

chief fire officer David Irving

are concerned the change would

limit the brigade’s capacity in an

emergency.

Birdlings Flat resident Barb

Gaeth has started a petition

in response to community concerns.

It was put up at a community

breakfast event on Sunday, where

it collected “quite a few” signatures,

and has since been placed

in the Little River library and the

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Wednesday November 8 2017

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FROM

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EDITOR’S

DESK News......................3-5, 10-13

LITTLE RIVER residents and

their fire chief are starting to get

fairly agitated over the fact they

won’t get a new tanker until after

summer (see page 1).

Last week we revealed the city

council took back the brigade’s

new tanker and replaced it with

an older, slower tanker with less

water capacity.

Today we reveal the tanker

won’t be replaced until March at

least.

The wet winter, which has

prompted a lot of spring growth,

combined with a potentially hot

summer means we could be in

for a dangerous fire season.

So the people of Little River

and beyond who are serviced

by the fire brigade have every

reason to be worried.

A petition has been started

and Little River fire chief David

Irving continues to sound the

alarm.

–Barry Clarke

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Community Events...15

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Light phase overhaul likely

• By Sarla Donovan

ALL THE light phases at

the problematic St Andrews

Hill intersection could be

resequenced.

The troublespot was the focus

of public consultation earlier

this year, with the city council

presenting three options to try

and solve some of the problems.

Though more

than 600 submissions

were

received, none

of the three

options were

green-lighted.

Instead, the

Ruth Dyson

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board opted in July

to trial changing the Main Rd

light phasing.

But the trial never went ahead,

after city council staff decided

reprogramming the Main Rd

left arrow light for city-bound

traffic would create congestion.

“The delays that would

be incurred by vehicles on

Main Rd and Ferry Rd would

significantly increase queue

lengths in the peak hours. The

benefits to St Andrews Hill Rd

(users) were minor and did not

outweigh the dis-benefit to the

main traffic flows,” said city

council transport planning

and delivery manager Mike

Jacobson.

He said another option to

change the phasing sequence

was being considered and they

would inform the board about

it this month. It would affect all

phases of the lights at the Ferry

Rd/Main Rd/Bridle Path Rd

intersection.

But Heathcote Ward city

councillor Sara Templeton

said the original intent of the

board resolution to change the

phasing sequence of the light

was misunderstood, and staff

investigated a timing change

instead.

“I was really disappointed.

I’m hoping that the new

assessment will be quickly

done, so that we can go ahead

with the trial and improve

the movements and safety

of residents coming down St

TRICKY:

Changes

to all of the

light phases

at the St

Andrews Hill

intersection

are being

considered.

PHOTO:

MARTIN

HUNTER ​

Andrews Hill onto Bridle Path

Rd.” Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson

said she found the city council’s

response frustrating.

“They agreed that they would

trial changing the phasing of

the turning traffic signals at

very little cost with a view to

reducing the significant delays

caused to traffic coming off

the hill. For them to now say

that the benefits would be

outweighed by the negative

consequences is puzzling.”

BAY HARBOUR

Local

News

Now

In Brief

PAGE 3

Fire rages, homes at risk

LAND GIFTED TO MUSEUM

A vacant site in the heart of

Lyttelton could become home to

a multi-million dollar museum

as soon as 2020 after the city

council agreed to gift the land at

33-35 London St to the Lyttelton

Historical Museum Society. The

decision means the society can

move ahead with plans to build

a new museum, which it believes

will become a major tourist

attraction.

COASTAL GIVE WAY SIGN

A give way sign will be installed

on the coastal pathway where

it intersects with Scott Park’s

Main Rd entrance. The Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board approved the sign at its

meeting on Monday in response

to safety concerns. It means

walkers and cyclists will need

to stop for vehicles entering or

leaving the park.

BEACH SHOWER IN AKAROA

Akaroa should have a shower

at the beach for swimmers to

use, says the Banks Peninsula

Community Board. It wants to

bring Akaroa in to line with other

tourist beaches across the country.

The board is waiting to hear back

from the city council on whether

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 5

News

‘Paws’ for thought

before hitting the beach

• By Sarla Donovan

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RESTRICTIONS: Before you head to the beach with

your pooch this summer, make sure you check out

the rules. ​

RESTRICTIONS ON

walking dogs at Bay area

beaches are back in place

for the summer.

If you’re contemplating

heading to the seaside with

your favourite four-legged

friend, the city council is

suggesting you follow the

beachside rules – or you

could find yourself slapped

with a fine from the city

council.

The restrictions are in

place from 9am to 7pm

starting November 1 until

the end of March

Sumner and Taylor’s

Mistake beaches and Lyttelton

Harbour and Peninsula

beach and foreshore

areas are all affected.

Dogs can pass through

the prohibited areas only if

they are on a short leash.

“It’s important to follow

the rules as enforcement

officers will patrol the

region’s beaches over the

holiday period, so dog

owners can expect a fine

if they bring their dogs to

these spots,” city council

animal management

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Dogs are prohibited

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 7

Your Local Views

Part to play in climate change

The city

council is

making

headway in

its push to

reduce carbon

emissions,

writes

Heathcote

Ward city councillor Sara

Templeton

Last week the city council set

itself the target of becoming a net

carbon neutral organisation by

2030; a key part of our strategic

direction of climate change

leadership.

So, why is this important? Internationally,

cities account for 75

per cent of carbon emissions and

it is up to each city to do its part to

mitigate their impacts on the environment.

Christchurch is a low

lying, coastal city and is already

feeling the impacts of climate

change with increased extreme

weather events and sea level rise.

In the Bays area, our

communities are very aware

of these impacts, with coastal

inundation and erosion a hot

topic over the last few years. The

new Coastal Hazard Assessment

Report from Tonkin and Taylor

was released on Friday and a real

conversation now needs to be had

about how we are going to cope

with these impacts as a city.

As well as adapting to climate

change, however, it is in our best

interests to try and stop the effects

being as bad as they could be by

lowering our carbon footprint as

individuals and as a city.

The new Government has

expressed an intention to legislate

national targets for carbon neutrality

and this will involve some

major challenges and opportunities

for our economy.

While we are a small country,

we need to play our part in the

same way that larger countries

do. All of the smaller countries

(under one per cent of emissions)

put together make up 23 per cent

of global emissions, China is at 24

per cent and the United States 15

per cent.

If we abdicate our responsibility,

we would have no moral ground

to ask others to act and let

down future generations of New

Zealanders.

While we have only just set the

target, we are already making

progress to lower our emissions

as a city council. We have just

boosted the transition to LED

street lights, with 7000 going in

over the next year.

The installation is cost-neutral,

but will save ratepayers significant

money in maintenance and

electricity costs over the next

decade. We will also have an

electric small vehicle fleet by the

end of the year and there is a clear

push from the city council to have

a better public transport system.

Now that the city council has set

its target, we are starting work to

put a framework together to enable

the city as a whole to move along

this path, too, and play our part in

the international goal to limit the

impacts of climate change.

Beachville Rd

finally cleaned up

• By Sarla Donovan

THE UNSIGHTLY mess on

the Beachville Rd esplanade

is gone.

Last week, Bay Harbour

News reported concerns from

Redcliffs Residents Association

secretary Pat

McIntosh about “unsightly”

landscaping

next to the new $4.6

million seawall.

Dr McIntosh wrote

to the city council on

October 13 to complain

about the overgrown

and weed-ridden area,

but hadn’t heard anything

back.

“What used to be a pleasant

grassed area used for picnics

and play is currently shin high

in weeds with bare patches in

between and is quite useless

and very unsightly,” she said.

Her letter was prompted by

an email from the city council

in June, when infrastructure

rebuild liaison manager, Ross

Herrett, said landscaping

work would be rectified by

the Stronger Christchurch

Zoe Fidler

Infrastructure Rebuild team

in early spring.

Bay Harbour News now

understands city council

maintenance teams visited the

area on Thursday and mowed

the grass.

Dr McIntosh said

they still hadn’t done

any remediation work

on the bare patches of

dirt, or replaced the

picnic tables that were

removed from the

area during seawall

construction and

subsequently damaged

beyond repair.

However, the area did look

tidier, she said.

Nearby resident Zoe Fidler

who featured in a photo of the

overgrown grass last week,

said she’d had a number of

people let her know it had

been cleaned up. “I’m very

happy,” she said. “Great

work.”

The residents association

will meet with the Coastal

Pathway Group this week to

discuss future landscaping

along the esplanade.

We said:

Firefighters and residents

are worried the Little River

Fire Brigade won’t have

enough water to fight blazes

this summer

You said:

Jane Hoult – Our Little River

Volunteer Fire Brigade provides

a vital service in our wide and

sometimes difficult to get to community.

They should be given all

the resources possible to enable

them to do the jobs they train so

hard for – saving lives, homes and

our beautiful Banks Peninsula. No

good if a doesn’t start, or if it can’t

get up the hill and it runs out of

water before the fire is put out.

Basic needs of a fire service is to

be effective if you ask me. Read

the article, email the editor, complain

– get behind our fire brigade

before something tragic happens

unnecessarily.

•More local views, page 14

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Wednesday November 8 2017

SPORTS

Sumner School pupils

in Years 5 - 8 had

a fabulous annual

athletics day recently.

They were involved in

high jump, discus and

long jump in the field

events, and both long

distance and sprint

races. Principal Stuart

Cameron said it was

great to see everyone

giving it a go. “Well

done to all of the

students who placed,”

he said.

LEAP: George

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Library needs you to fix it up with spare tools

Do you have tools you don’t

use any more? An old hammer,

a spanner, screwdriver or saw?

Then Project Lyttelton want

you to give them a call. The

non-profit group is building

towards opening its Library

of Tools and Things early next

year. It will be a collection of

specialised equipment that library

members can take home

on loan.

Members would pay an

annual subscription to use the

service.

Trevor Best, of Governor’s

Bay, is behind the project. He

wants to see more men and

women connect with their

communities by offering a

good selection of high quality

tools, while helping to cut

down on consumption.

Project Lyttelton co-manager

Lucette Hindin said it was hoping

to have all the main items

HAPPY:

Year 7 girls

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smiles.

FOCUSED:

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shot put.

people use frequently. “Garden

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Perhaps also camping gear and

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“We’re talking to the city

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Future-proofing

Whakaraupo/Lyttelton Harbour

Photo: Kelvin McMillan

This plan belongs to the community and we want

“you to journey with us as we turn it into a reality


Yvette Couch-Lewis

Kia ora koutou katoa.

When Te Hapū o

Ngāti Wheke, Te

Rūnanga o Ngāi

Tahu, Environment

Canterbury,

Christchurch City

Council, and the

Lyttelton Port

Company signed a Memorandum of

Understanding committing to work together

to create an action plan for restoring the

cultural and ecological health of Whakaraupō/

Lyttelton Harbour, we wanted it to be a plan

that all those who live in the area and use the

harbour could see themselves contributing to.

So in the past few weeks we have held a

series of meetings to present the initial draft

plan to key stakeholders in the area. We

wanted to make sure we were on the right

track and that the plan aligned with what the

community expected of it.

We were excited to hear the initial draft was

easy to read and understand, and people

appreciated the story that flowed through

the plan.

The Lyttelton Port Recovery Plan gave us the

conceptual requirements to base the plan

around mahinga kai and Ki Uta Ki Tai (from

the mountains to the sea) whole of catchment

management, and it has been important to

stay true to these values.

One way we have tried to do this is by placing

a metaphorical korowai over the catchment,

where the species weaved into the korowai

are the kaitiaki (guardian) species of the

health of our natural environment and our

engagement and impact on the landscape.

The plan is written using a series of pou - or

guiding principles- which include:

•“Change Making” – the idea that everyone

can be a change-maker with the power to

influence the future of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton

Harbour;

•“Mō tātou a mo kā uri a muri ake nei” (for us

and our children after us);

•and “Collaboration” – the idea that

change will come about with Whakaraupō

communities working together to create real

and sustainable change.

This plan belongs to the community and we

want you to journey with us as we turn it into

a reality.

Thank you to all those who made the time

to attend these meetings and providing your

thoughts and feedback.

We received some great feedback from

those who attended the initial meetings and

our team spent last week incorporating that

feedback into the draft plan.

In the coming weeks, the plan will be available

for public consultation on our website

healthyharbour.org.nz.

We will also have information hubs around

the harbour with staff available to answer any

questions you may have about how you as

an individual or group can get involved in the

plan an input into the health of Whakaraupō.

So please keep an eye out for details and we

look forward to hearing from you.

Yvette Couch-Lewis is the Chair of the

Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour Catchment

Management Plan Governance Group.

healthyharbour.org.nz

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Wednesday November 8 2017

News

Tanker replacement

•From page 1

Christchurch principal rural

fire officer Darrin Woods said

a purpose-built bespoke tanker

had been requested from FENZ,

which was likely to arrive

between March and June next

year.

“It’s definitely a

high priority. We need

confirmation of capital

expenditure budgets

before we can give a

time frame for arrival.

It won’t be this summer,

unfortunately, but will

be before the end of our

financial year on June

30. It will be a bespoke rural

appliance, which takes up to six

months to build.”

Mr Woods was “absolutely

confident” the current tanker

had the capability required,

even though it was slower and

only carried 3000-litres of water

instead of the previous vehicle’s

4000-litres.

“It’s ex-military and one of the

most capable off-road vehicles

that we have. It’s been performing

the function of a dedicated

rural fire capability for as long

as the city council has had it.”

But Mr Irving said while he

understood it would take time

to build a new truck, it didn’t

resolve the immediate situation.

“It’s the delay factor – that’s

Tori Peden

the concern. Sometimes you can

get to a small fire and put it out.

That small fire can become large

within 10 or 15 minutes and if

you haven’t done the business it

becomes a large fire very quickly.

It’s about time factors. I’ve

been fighting fires for 24 years. I

know that you can whip

in and put something

out quickly that if left

for another five or 10

minutes can become a

major headache.”

“You go from a truck

that could do 70 or

80km/h up a hill compared

to one that struggles

to do 40km/h – and you

have to empty the water out of

it – you’re talking about a 20min

difference. And again, that

could be the difference between

saving a house or not.”

“I work for the community –

I’m a community member and I

see the extra risk that we’ve been

put in, and I object.”

Banks Peninsula Community

Board member Tori Peden said

it was “scary” to hear it would

be a six-month wait for a new

tanker, especially as a long, hot

and dry summer was predicted.

“People in the community are

quite concerned and it’s not only

coming from the community

it’s coming from the brigade

themselves.”

Local

News

Now

Xmas campaign for kids

THE LITTLE Ray of Giving campaign

is back.

The gift drive aims to put a smile on

the faces of children and families who

may need some extra cheer at this time

of year.

Ray White Ferrymead partners with

Sumner, Redcliffs and Mt Pleasant

schools and the Christchurch City

Mission to help disadvantaged children

who may need a little extra light in their

festive season.

“This is the third year that we’ve run

A Little Ray of Giving and we want 2017

to be our biggest yet,” said operations

manager Nancy Vincent Parr.

“In our first year, we collected the

most gifts of any Ray White branch in

the country, which shows how much

our community gets involved.”

She said the aim was for 500 gifts this

year.

Those who wish to donate just need to

inform the Ray White team whether the

gift is for a boy or girl, and nominate an

age group from babies to teenagers.

“As much as it’s nice to donate your

old gifts to friends or families, or the

local charity shop, these are for a special

day, so we politely ask for new gifts only.

“All you need to do is wrap up your

new present and drop it under the tree

into our office reception,” Ms Vincent-

Parr said.

•The Christmas tree will be in the

front window at 21 Humphreys

Drive from December 1.

Fire rages, homes at risk

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Wednesday November 8 2017

News

HAVE YOU ever wondered what

ghosts and goblins eat?

If so, the answer was there for

all to see at Lyttelton on the night

of Halloween when a constant

stream of ghouls, ghosts, goblins

and witches made their way to

the Lyttelton Bakery.

There they feasted upon

Halloween-themed donuts and

cupcakes in a cavern created

especially for the night.

The idea was the inspiration of

Bree Scott from Glamour Cakes

and Vicki McSherry from Vic’s

Bakery.

Both women had experienced

cyberbulling at very extreme levels.

Rather than let this get them

down and impact on their mental

health they decided to respond

in a positive way by playing on

their creativity to raise funds for

charity.

The idea for the Halloween

fundraiser emerged from this.

The pair decided to put their energy

into staging a special event,

which saw their acclaimed products

given a special Halloweeninspired

twist.

Cakes and donuts were transformed

into tasty themed treats

to tempt all who were about on

Halloween night. The event also

provided an opportunity for local

children to dress up, put on the

face paint and live the fantasy.

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Tasty treats with a message

The event raised $1200 for the

Graeme Dingle Foundation.

This is a youth-based charity

with an overall aim to guide

young people onto a positive and

fulfilling life path, benefitting in-

SPOOKY TREATS: Bree Scott

(left), and Vicki McSherry

(right), are joined by Veronica

Gassanova in the Lyttleton

Bakery ‘cavern’ they created

for Halloween. ​

dividuals and their communities.

The programme includes a very

strong component that educates

young people about the danger

of bullying and provided strategies

to overcome these types of

attacks.

Currently more than 7000

students are receiving these

programmes in Canterbury each

week.

BAY HARBOUR

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News

Now

PAGE 13

Fire rages, homes at risk

FUNDS: Principal Brendan Wright accepts a cheque from

Claire Coates (left) and Lucie Ozanne, from the Peninsula Art

Auction organising committee. ​

$4200 for school

LYTTELTON Primary School is

now $4200 better off.

Principal Brendan Wright

was presented with a cheque for

that amount by Peninsula Art

Auction organisers at a recent

school assembly.

Mr Wright said they were

“very lucky” to benefit from the

fundraising event, which is held

at the school every two years.

A committee of parents

transforms the school into an

exhibition space displaying

work from many local artists,

with a percentage of the funds

raised going to the school.

The money is used to

support participation in

events like the Primary

Schools Cultural Festival,

Mindstorms Lego Robotics and

the school’s market day, kapa

haka uniforms and 3D printing

technology.

Funds will also be used to

support the enviro schools initiative,

a new outdoor learning

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Your Local Views

Community concern over

a proposed commercial

development in Church Bay

has forced a rethink on how

it will look

Kathie Smith – ‘Beauty is in

the eye of the beholder.’ So too

is how we view our lifestyle. Recently,

Church Bay and Diamond

Harbour have been described

as sleepy and rural. These views

were expressed in opposition to

the proposed

commercial

development

at Church Bay.

When I bought

a section here

nearly 15 years

ago I did not

expect to be sleepy. I considered

I had bought harbourside and

urban in an area renowned for its

many clubs and in an environment

that motivates activity.

Like many retirees, I am

constantly busy and sociable. My

section was in an undeveloped

subdivision, indicating there

would be change. Change is one

of life’s guarantees – it keeps us

alert, energised, motivated and

growing. When I moved into my

new home there were about six

vehicle movements a day past

my driveway. Now there are 100.

Great – a lot of people sharing

and enjoying this wonderful

place. From conversations with

other retirees and young families,

we are looking to the future

with additional services and

choices.

Green MP

Eugenie Sage

welcomes the

challenges that

come with her

new ministerial

portfolios

I AM humbled and privileged

to be the new minister of

conservation, minister for land

information, and associate

minister for the environment.

I’ve spent much of my life

working to protect New

Zealand’s native species, our

special landscapes and our rivers,

lakes and aquifers. I welcome the

challenge.

It was wonderful to be at

Banks Peninsula’s Hinewai Reserve

on a sparkling day on Sunday

to celebrate Hinewai’s 30th

anniversary and honour Maurice

White. An accountant and business

person with a keen interest

in birdlife, Maurice’s vision and

generosity led the Maurice White

Trust to buy the original 109ha

Hinewai block in 1987 and, four

years later, the 870ha Otanerito

Station with help from the nature

heritage fund.

Thirty years ago, neighbours

and local farmers puzzled at legendary

botanist Hugh Wilson’s

plan to allow nature to heal itself

and have scrubby, gorse-covered

hills regenerate into native forest.

With help and hard work by volunteers

to get rid of the browsers

(goats, wild sheep, possums)

and in the absence of bulldozers,

stock, and herbicides, those

dreams have come true.

The forest is regenerating

throughout Otanerito Valley. In

parts of Hinewai, native trees

have completely smothered

blocks of gorse once fire and

stock were removed.

Native wildlife is

flourishing from songsters like

korimako/bellbird and riroriro/

grey warbler to fish like kokopu

and eels, tree weta and a host

of insects. Banks Peninsula’s

hills were once clothed in rich

forest before the fires of human

settlement. Hinewai shows

what is possible when people

work together with purpose and

vision.

We need to do that all across

New Zealand to improve the

prospects for 3000 native plants

and animals threatened with

extinction, and to enable every

Kiwi child to be able to experience

wild nature close to home.

I can hear tui in Auckland and

ruru/morepork in Wellington

but not in Christchurch because

both species are extinct in the

city. We can change that if we

Local

News

Now

New minister up for the challenge

ANNIVERSARY: Banks Peninsula’s Hinewai Reserve celebrated its 30th anniversary on Sunday.

Fire rages, homes at risk

have a vision similar to that of

Hugh and Maurice and people

like Colin Meurk, who protected

the now magnificent Travis

swamp from diggers and subdivision.

Many enjoy nature in the back

country – in the mountains and

headwaters of rivers like the

Rakaia and Rangitata.

We need more spaces for

nature in Christchurch that are

close to home, and that children

can have easy access to for play.

That’s why proposals for a forest

sanctuary using some of the

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by 5pm each Wednesday

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10am-12noon

Join in these friendly craft

sessions. Take your knitting,

crochet or other portable craft

project and enjoy time with

other crafters. Have a look at the

library’s range of books to get

ideas for your next project. Free,

no bookings required. Beginners

welcome.

Lyttelton Library, 18

Canterbury St

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

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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

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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

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Enjoy company and creativity

at the weekly Create ‘n’ Connect

art and craft group. Take your

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Phone Beth for more information,

022 678 1252.

St Andrews, 148 Main Rd,

Redcliffs

Mini Music

Thursday, 9.30am

Get your pre-schoolers rocking

and rolling with the mini

music programme at the Port

Hills’ Uniting Parish’s Redcliffs

Church hall. Session costs $3 per

child or $5 per family and operates

on a drop-in basis.

Augusta St, Redcliffs

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.

Mt Vernon Valley track car

park

Christmas Market

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm

The Mt Pleasant art and craft

The South Island’s largest contemporary sculpture exhibition is a family-friendly event offering

entertainment and a stunning exhibition of sculpture in a superb rural setting at Loudon Farm,

Teddington. Visitors are welcome to take a picnic or purchase cafe-style food, beverages

and ice creams on site. All sculptures displayed are for sale and proceeds from the event are

donated to Cholmondeley Children’s Centre – a residential care facility for children in crisis.

Tickets to the grand opening event on Friday night cost $75 and can be purchased online from

www.sculpturenz.co.nz. Gate sales are available from 9.30am on Saturday and Sunday, $15.

Children under 12 are free.

market is running the second

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market series this weekend. It

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craft items including jewellery,

art, merino and wood turning

products. New and re-imagined

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Mt Pleasant Centre, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd

Banks Peninsula Walking

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Saturday and Sunday, range of

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Get off the beaten track and

explore parts of Banks Peninsula

not usually open to the public.

Visit new reserves and appreciate

projects in progress with

local guides to lead, inform and

inspire you along the way. To

book a place on one of the eight

walks on offer this weekend, see

the festival listing on Eventfinda

or ph Sue on 021 0417 402

Heathcote Valley Community

BBQ

Sunday, from noon onwards

Relax with family, neighbours

and friends. The Heathcote

Valley Community Association

is hosting a neighbourhood barbecue

as part of Neighbourhood

Week. Sausages, bread, salads,

sweet treats, soft drinks and coffee

cart provided.

Heathcote Community Centre

Sumner Playgroup

Monday, 9.30-11.30am

For children aged up to five

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Different areas of play include

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REAL ESTATE

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Price: $419,000

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2 bedrooms, large open plan living, good

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tool-shed and woodshed.

This whole property is very well

maintained, well fenced, security system

and comes pretty much fully furnished

so all ready to enjoy. Good access, lots of

room, sleeping for 8, close to Port Levy

beaches with good swimming and boating.

Keen vendor so you could be in for

Christmas.

For a private viewing, contact Tim

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Public Notices

Diamond Harbour

School

Board of Trustee

Mid Term Parent

Election

Nominations are

invited for the

election of 2 parent

representatives to the

board of trustees.

A nomination form and

a copy of this notice

will be distributed to all

eligible voters. Further

nomination forms can

be obtained from the

school office.

Nominations close at

noon 22 November

2017 and may be

accompanied by a

signed candidate’s

statement.

Voting closes at noon

on 6th December 2017.

Kaye Jones

Returning Officer

LYTTELTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

2017 SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES

ELECTIONS

Nominations are invited for the election of two

parent representatives to the Board of Trustees of

Lyttelton Primary School.

A nomination form and information will be posted to

all eligible voters. Nomination forms can be obtained

from the school office. Nominations close at 12 noon

17th November 2017 and should be accompanied

by a candidate statement. The voting roll is open for

inspection at the school and can be viewed during

normal school hours. There will also be a list of

candidates’ names for inspection at the school. The

poll closes at 12 noon 1st December 2017.

Wayne Jamieson, Returning Officer:

CES, 89 Nazareth Ave, PO Box 414,

CHRISTCHURCH

Phone: (03) 338 4444 - Fax: (03) 338 4447

Proof read by:_______________________________

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no ordinary sHeila Must-see NZ doco

Wed: 2:00pm, 6:10pm tHu, Fri: 2:00pm

sat: 4:10pm sun: 4:15pm Mon, tue: 2:00pm

tulip Fever Dame Judi Dench

Wed: 10:00am, 12:00pm, 8:15pm tHu: 3:55pm Fri: 4:00pm

sat: 12:10pm sun: 8:00pm Mon: 3:55pm tue: 4:00pm

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HEATHCOTE VALLEY SCHOOL

2017 SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES

ELECTIONS

Nominations are invited for the election of two

parent representatives to the Board of Trustees of

Heathcote Valley School.

A nomination form and information will be posted to

all eligible voters. Nomination forms can be obtained

from the school office. Nominations close at 12 noon

17th November 2017 and should be accompanied

by a candidate statement. The voting roll is open for

inspection at the school and can be viewed during

normal school hours. There will also be a list of

candidates’ names for inspection at the school. The

poll closes at 12 noon 1st December 2017.

Wayne Jamieson, Returning Officer:

CES, 89 Nazareth Ave, PO Box 414,

CHRISTCHURCH

Phone: (03) 338 4444 - Fax: (03) 338 4447

Further submissions open 02 November

2017 and close on 16 November 2017,

as seen in the New Zealand Herald

With: _______________________________ Date:______________________

02 November 2017.

Dated 08 November 2017

2017

Public Notices

Auckland Unitary

Plan

Proposed Plan Change 4: Corrections

to technical errors and anomalies in

the Auckland Unitary Plan Operative

in part

Summary of decisions requested on

Proposed Plan Change 4: Corrections

to technical errors and anomalies in the

Auckland Unitary Plan Operative in part

is now available, and invitation to lodge

further submissions.

For more information, please go online at

www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/unitaryplan

Find out more: phone 09 301 0101

or visit aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

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