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WELL KNOWN Sumner surfer<br />

Nina Young (above) is among<br />

many local surfers and identities<br />

in a new Warren Hawke (inset)<br />

book.<br />

NZ Surf: The Collection – Vol<br />

1 takes an in-depth look at Scarborough<br />

Beach with its specialist<br />

Malibu-style waves, surfing<br />

personalities, local board riding<br />

clubs and the international surfing<br />

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is to bring a world class group of<br />

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Surf coach, musician and<br />

graphic design artist, Brad<br />

King, discusses his design work<br />

behind ‘The Mingle’ posters and<br />

stickers.<br />

He admits that the greatest<br />

thing for him has been taking up<br />

long boarding and having fun in<br />

the waves.<br />

This is Mr Hawke’s second<br />

surfing book. Artist Josh O’Rourke<br />

completed the design and<br />

layout – a massive task as the<br />

book contains more than 500<br />

photos and 60,000 words.<br />

•Turn to page 4<br />

Freedom<br />

campers<br />

ignore<br />

fines<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

BANKS Peninsula Community<br />

Board members have been told<br />

almost half of freedom campers<br />

don’t pay their fines.<br />

One hundred and twenty<br />

freedom campers were ticketed<br />

for breaking freedom camping<br />

bylaws in Canterbury over the<br />

past year.<br />

Only 55 percent of those tickets<br />

were paid, according to city<br />

council staff.<br />

City council head of regulatory<br />

compliance Tracey Weston<br />

addressed community concerns<br />

around freedom camping at a<br />

Banks Peninsula Community<br />

Board meeting on Monday.<br />

Ms Weston said fully self-contained<br />

camper vans parking at<br />

Naval Point in Lyttelton, the<br />

Akaroa Sports Complex, the<br />

Akaroa Yacht Club and the<br />

Akaroa Lighthouse weren’t<br />

breaking the law, provided they<br />

only stayed for two days.<br />

She said there was nothing to<br />

stop the vans parking there all<br />

day, as there were currently no<br />

time restrictions on parking,<br />

such as a P60 constraint.<br />

At Childrens <strong>Bay</strong>, however,<br />

freedom camping was prohibited.<br />

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EDITOR’S<br />

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THERE’S ANOTHER Warren<br />

Hawke surf book for the coffee<br />

table this Christmas.<br />

The evergreen photographer has<br />

just published another gem, full<br />

of surfers and other local surfing<br />

tidbits (see page 1).<br />

It takes an in-depth look at<br />

Scarborough Beach with its specialist<br />

Malibu-style waves, surfing<br />

personalities, local board riding<br />

clubs and the international surfing<br />

event, The Single Fin Mingle.<br />

New Brighton, Waikuku and<br />

a secret bay on Banks Peninsula<br />

also feature. The bay hasn’t been<br />

named in the book. Hawke said he<br />

wants to keep it for the surfers who<br />

know how good it is.<br />

Not a bad idea on page 3 – a<br />

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<strong>Harbour</strong> and Church <strong>Bay</strong> to ferry<br />

ferry users to the ferry.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>November</strong> 15 <strong>2017</strong><br />

News<br />

Shuttle idea to link<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

Dominic<br />

A SHUTTLE linking Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> and Church <strong>Bay</strong> for<br />

ferry users could be running by<br />

late January<br />

Student Dominic van Uden<br />

from Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> is<br />

behind the idea and he has met<br />

with Environment Canterbury<br />

to get the idea of the ground<br />

Funding will be critical to it<br />

happening.<br />

Dominic has<br />

regular user of<br />

the ferry since<br />

shifting to the<br />

area five years<br />

ago.<br />

A shuttle service<br />

would alleviate<br />

the pressure<br />

on parking<br />

van Uden<br />

spaces around the wharf, he<br />

said, provide a transport option<br />

during inclement weather and<br />

make it easier for the elderly<br />

and those with young children<br />

to use the ferry service.<br />

He has formulated a potential<br />

route the service could take and<br />

surveyed the community to<br />

establish support for the idea.<br />

More than 60 households<br />

responded to the survey, with<br />

about two-thirds of respondents<br />

suggesting they would be likely<br />

to use the service if it were in<br />

place.<br />

Dominic met with ECan last<br />

week to discuss funding options<br />

for a van and the process of<br />

setting up a community trust.<br />

“Once we organise funding<br />

for the project, it will almost<br />

be ready to be operational.<br />

Our aim is to have the service<br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

ON THE DOMAIN LINCOLN 3 MARCH 2018<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> and Church <strong>Bay</strong><br />

INITIATIVE: Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> resident Dominic van Uden is trying to organise a shuttle<br />

service for ferry users. ​<br />

running by late January when<br />

regular commuters return<br />

from holiday, however this will<br />

depend on funding,” he said.<br />

“We have strong community<br />

partnerships with the Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> Community<br />

Association and Black Cat<br />

Cruises.”<br />

He has also written to the<br />

Banks Peninsula Community<br />

Board asking for their support<br />

for the shuttle project.<br />

The board discussed the<br />

project at a meeting on Monday<br />

and agreed to give their support<br />

to the project, but there was no<br />

discussion on what form that<br />

support would take.<br />

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Would<br />

a shuttle service make the<br />

ferry more accessible? Do<br />

you think there is a need?<br />

Email your views to sarla.<br />

donovan@starmedia.kiwi<br />

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RESERVE PLAN DELAY<br />

Draft management plans for the<br />

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PAGE 4 Wednesday <strong>November</strong> 15 <strong>2017</strong><br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

News<br />

WAVES: Warren Hawke’s new book NZ Surf: The Collection<br />

– Vol 1 takes an in-depth look at the surfers and identities of<br />

Scarborough Beach.<br />

Another Hawke book<br />

comes to the surface<br />

•From page 1<br />

Other local breaks to feature<br />

include New Brighton, Waikuku<br />

and a bay on Banks Peninsula.<br />

Taylors Mistake is also present<br />

in the introductory section,<br />

which shows photos from about<br />

30 years ago.<br />

The collection has a broad<br />

coverage of New Zealand surfing<br />

areas, surfing artists, surf champions<br />

and breaks.<br />

“It’s actually quite unique in the<br />

surfing world as far as surf publications<br />

go,” said Mr Hawke.<br />

“We wanted it to seem like<br />

there was a new adventure over<br />

every page. For this reason, I’ve<br />

included the work of some of<br />

New Zealand’s top surf photographers<br />

to add greater depth and<br />

variety.”<br />

The book has a limited print<br />

run with the plan being to sell it<br />

out and not reprint. “We’d like<br />

to have a new collection out in<br />

two years’ time, something we’ve<br />

already started to plan and gather<br />

new material for,” Mr Hawke<br />

said.<br />

Freedom campers ignore fines<br />

•From page 1<br />

Ms Weston said additional<br />

signs may need to be installed<br />

informing people of this.<br />

City council team leader,<br />

compliance and investigations<br />

Richard Neale said two compliance<br />

officers patrolled the Banks<br />

Peninsula area Monday-Friday<br />

on a rostered basis.<br />

Complaints received over<br />

the weekend or public holidays<br />

would be responded to during<br />

the week, he said.<br />

It was mainly non-self contained<br />

freedom campers the<br />

compliance officers were targeting,<br />

said Mr Neale.<br />

The number of complaints the<br />

city council had received about<br />

freedom campers has halved<br />

on the previous year, with 34<br />

complaints from the Banks<br />

Peninsula area.<br />

Ms Weston said the number<br />

of complaints was trending<br />

In Brief<br />

YACHT CLUB OPERATING<br />

A fire at the Naval Point Yacht<br />

Club last month won’t affect<br />

a concert planned for this<br />

weekend. Organisers of the<br />

Mel Parsons and Greg Johnson<br />

concert on Saturday night said<br />

they had been contacted by<br />

people wondering if the event<br />

down, with six being the highest<br />

number received in one month.<br />

Some board members expressed<br />

surprise, saying they<br />

had heard many complaints<br />

from the community.<br />

Ms Weston said people may<br />

was still on. They said the fire<br />

hadn’t affected the performance<br />

area at the club and the concert<br />

would go ahead as planned.<br />

CHEMICAL FIRE<br />

The back wall of a house caught<br />

fire on Monarch Drive, Ngaio<br />

Pt, last Tuesday afternoon when<br />

not be reporting their concerns<br />

to the correct place.<br />

Ms Weston said if members of<br />

the public saw freedom campers<br />

were parked illegally, they<br />

should phone the city council on<br />

941 8999<br />

chemicals on a rag interacted<br />

with sunlight, causing the rag<br />

to catch fire. When the flames<br />

spread to a nearby retaining<br />

wall, a neighbour noticed and<br />

called the Akaroa Fire Brigade<br />

before putting the garden hose<br />

on it. The fire was almost out by<br />

the time the brigade arrived.<br />

Be a change maker.<br />

Have your say on the future<br />

of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong>.<br />

Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu,<br />

Environment Canterbury, Christchurch City Council,<br />

and Lyttelton Port Company have been working<br />

together to develop a catchment management plan<br />

for the future of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong>.<br />

This plan belongs to the community and we want<br />

you to journey with us as we turn it into a reality.<br />

To ensure this happens, we’d like to hear what you<br />

think about our draft plan.<br />

The draft plan will be available for the public<br />

to provide feedback to us from 13th <strong>November</strong><br />

until 4th December.<br />

Visit www.healthyharbour.org.nz to view<br />

the draft plan and have your say, or for more<br />

information visit us at one of the following hubs.<br />

Information Hubs<br />

Saturday 18th <strong>November</strong>:<br />

Lyttelton Market,<br />

London Street, Lyttelton<br />

Monday 20th <strong>November</strong> 5.30 -7.30:<br />

Steadfast Community Centre,<br />

Govern0rs <strong>Bay</strong> Road, Governors <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Wednesday 22nd <strong>November</strong> 5.30 - 7.30:<br />

Governors <strong>Bay</strong> Community Centre,<br />

Cresswell Avenue, Governors <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Thursday 23rd <strong>November</strong> 5.30 - 7.30:<br />

Charteris <strong>Bay</strong> Yacht Club,<br />

Marine Drive, Charteris <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Friday 24th <strong>November</strong> 5.30 – 7.30:<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> Community Hall,<br />

Waipapa Avenue, Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

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Wednesday <strong>November</strong> 15 <strong>2017</strong><br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

A SHIFT towards evaluating<br />

properties for individual climate<br />

change risk may mean insurance<br />

premiums will rise on coastal<br />

properties.<br />

An updated Tonkin and Taylor<br />

report on coastal hazards released<br />

last week showed close to 25,000<br />

Christchurch houses are at risk of<br />

future coastal flooding and 1000<br />

are at risk from coastal erosion.<br />

In a worst-case climate change<br />

scenario, flooding could affect the<br />

coastal city and Banks Peninsula<br />

properties within the next 50 to<br />

100 years, the report said.<br />

Insurance Council chief<br />

executive Tim Grafton said<br />

climate change was a certainty.<br />

“Sea level will rise and the<br />

frequency of extreme weather<br />

events will increase.”<br />

Mr Grafton said each insurer<br />

would take a different approach to<br />

risk, depending on the frequency<br />

and consequences of flooding.<br />

“With respect to climate<br />

change, the price signals are likely<br />

to be incremental changes over<br />

time, rather than swift and rapid<br />

change. There is therefore time for<br />

a range of adaptation measures<br />

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considered which<br />

. . . enable the transfer of risk to<br />

insurance to remain affordable<br />

and accessible.”<br />

Some properties could become<br />

uninsurable if they flooded with<br />

high frequency, Mr Grafton said.<br />

“They become less insurable as it<br />

becomes more certain that they<br />

will flood.”<br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

Sea level rise could affect insurance<br />

He said New Zealand was<br />

unusual in offering all-perils<br />

cover house insurance. “In<br />

many other countries, flood is<br />

an optional add-on to house<br />

insurance policies, so flood risk is<br />

separately priced.”<br />

OUTSPOKEN: Christchurch<br />

Coastal Residents United<br />

spokesman Darrell Latham<br />

says climate change is a<br />

national responsibility.<br />

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER<br />

​Redcliffs resident and Ray<br />

White Ferrymead salesman,<br />

Mark Roberts, said insurance<br />

companies will always try to<br />

mitigate risk.<br />

“At the end of the day, people<br />

love being by the ocean. They will<br />

make decisions (about a property)<br />

based on the statistics they get<br />

and the risk profile.”<br />

Last week’s report is an update<br />

of Tonkin and Taylor’s widelycriticised<br />

2015 report suggesting<br />

18,000 properties were at risk of<br />

flooding and 6000 susceptible to<br />

erosion.<br />

The 2015 report was criticised<br />

as being scientifically flawed,<br />

leading to the updated <strong>2017</strong><br />

version.<br />

Christchurch Coastal Residents<br />

United spokesman Darrell<br />

Latham said climate change was<br />

a national responsibility, not<br />

just the responsibility of coastal<br />

communities or local councils.<br />

“Mitigation and compensation<br />

must be part of the conversation,”<br />

he said.<br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

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In Brief<br />

PAGE 5<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

LITTLE RIVER WEBSITE<br />

A new website providing<br />

information for visitors will<br />

be funded by the Banks<br />

Peninsula Community<br />

Board. The board granted<br />

the Little River Information<br />

Station $3318 towards<br />

developing the website and<br />

purchasing a computer<br />

tablet. The anti-theft tablet<br />

will allow visitors to source<br />

information independently<br />

if volunteer staff aren’t<br />

present and help to mitigate<br />

the intermittent cellphone<br />

coverage in the Little River<br />

area.<br />

COTTAGE REPAIS<br />

Funding for repairs<br />

to Penfold’s Cottage,<br />

Ferrymead, have been put<br />

on hold while city council<br />

staff collate funding<br />

information for heritage<br />

building repairs across the<br />

city for the next Long Term<br />

Plan. Of 40 submissions on<br />

the city council’s proposed<br />

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landmark, 32 supported<br />

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THE WHEELS are in motion<br />

for the redevelopment of the<br />

Lyttelton skate park.<br />

Funded primarily by the city<br />

council – with some financial<br />

support from South Port in<br />

Bluff – work is under way on the<br />

popular skate park at the Oxford<br />

St Reserve.<br />

The $375,000 site upgrade<br />

is expected to be completed<br />

by January. In the meantime,<br />

the area remains closed to the<br />

public.<br />

When completed, it will feature<br />

a new bowl, a quarter pipe,<br />

ramps, multiple features, rails<br />

and edges, and a fresh “side-toside<br />

flow.”<br />

It has been designed with the<br />

beginner to intermediate skateboarder<br />

in mind. “The project<br />

began as earthquake repairs<br />

to the heritage retaining walls<br />

adjacent to the skate park and<br />

playground,” city council project<br />

manager Jon Malis said.<br />

“However, our engineers<br />

found that the concrete skate<br />

park features aided the wall stability,<br />

so the skate park redesign<br />

was included in the project.”<br />

As part of the skate park project,<br />

local artists – funded by the<br />

YMCA – are creating murals at<br />

the reserve.<br />

“A donation from South Port<br />

was earmarked for earthquake<br />

recovery that supports Lyttelton<br />

youth,” Mr Malis said.<br />

Designed by Campbell Johnson<br />

and constructed by Nelson<br />

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Skate park work starts rolling<br />

REDEVELOPED: Lyttelton skate park in Oxford St Reserve is being upgraded.<br />

Creek Skateboards, Mr Malis<br />

believes the revamped skate<br />

park will be a “major asset” for<br />

Lyttelton.<br />

Along with the repairs to the<br />

retaining walls and concrete<br />

posts around the park, a manhole<br />

will be installed in the old<br />

brick barrel storm water main<br />

running under the area.<br />

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Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

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tomorrow.<br />

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to open in the Christchurch and<br />

Banks Peninsula area.<br />

Described as a more environmentally<br />

friendly process than<br />

other methods, eco-burials involve<br />

a shallower plot within the living<br />

soil level. The body is not embalmed,<br />

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News<br />

Hall to open<br />

after $600k<br />

repair job<br />

ALLANDALE HALL will reopen<br />

on December 4 after a $600,000<br />

repair job.<br />

The hall has been closed after<br />

sustaining damage in the February<br />

22, 2011, earthquake.<br />

Repairs began in May, including<br />

demolition of the north hall,<br />

removal of concrete slabs at the rear,<br />

earthquake repairs and strengthening,<br />

electrical wiring and painting.<br />

It was originally budgeted at<br />

$300,000, but the extent of the damage<br />

meant the cost doubled over the<br />

time of the repair. The building will<br />

have new weatherboards installed to<br />

give i an original look.<br />

The hall dates from 1896 and has<br />

capacity for about 250 people. It’s<br />

one of three venues around the harbour<br />

basin that can handle larger<br />

groups.<br />

Allandale Reserve Management<br />

Committee chairman Stuart Bould<br />

said it would be a “great place” once<br />

all the repairs had been completed.<br />

“It’s been a long time coming.” Allandale<br />

Domain has always been<br />

an area where people meet up, Mr<br />

Bould said.<br />

It was a key staging post in the<br />

late 1800s for people travelling over<br />

Gebbies Pass or to Port Levy.<br />

The city council is organising<br />

an opening ceremony on Monday,<br />

December 4.<br />

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News<br />

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No dog park for Lyttelton<br />

AFTER A year-long search,<br />

city council staff say there is no<br />

suitable space for a dog park in<br />

the Lyttelton area.<br />

In August last year,<br />

the Lyttelton-Mt Herbert<br />

Community Board asked staff<br />

to investigate possible sites for a<br />

dedicated dog exercise area.<br />

But on Monday, city council<br />

parks and recreation planner<br />

Megan Carpenter told a<br />

meeting of the Banks Peninsula<br />

Community Board that all<br />

council-owned parks had been<br />

considered and none had space<br />

for dedicated dog walking.<br />

Board chairwoman Christine<br />

Wilson said many people<br />

walked their dogs at the<br />

Lyttelton Recreation Ground,<br />

where they were allowed on a<br />

leash. But she said some owners<br />

let their dogs off.<br />

“We’ve had young people<br />

falling over in dog muck. It’s<br />

not a good look.”<br />

Ms Carpenter said there may<br />

be a need for more rangers to<br />

visit to ensure people complied<br />

with the regulations.<br />

She said there was a high<br />

demand for open spaces in<br />

Lyttelton and the best option<br />

could be putting a dog park<br />

nearby.<br />

She said consideration could<br />

be given to investigating a<br />

suitable site outside the Banks<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

Peninsula Ward area, such as<br />

Birdsey Reserve, which is 3km<br />

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Christchurch Maori Village site<br />

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Heathcote Community Board<br />

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News<br />

Chateris <strong>Bay</strong><br />

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A water and wastewater scheme<br />

in Charteris <strong>Bay</strong> is creating<br />

major problems, the Banks<br />

Peninsula Community Board has<br />

been told.<br />

On Monday, Charteris <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Residents’ Association secretary<br />

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scheme was a real issue.<br />

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causing quite major problems,”<br />

he said.<br />

The issues included stormwater<br />

run-off, damage to <strong>Bay</strong>view Rd<br />

and Paradise Beach and an unpleasant<br />

“stench” coming from<br />

wastewater pipes.<br />

The board is seeking an urgent<br />

solution from city council staff<br />

before the end of the month.<br />

Staff have been asked to report<br />

on the status of the gravity-fed<br />

wastewater system and why<br />

there has been a low uptake from<br />

residents. They will also look into<br />

the adequacy of the stormwater<br />

system in <strong>Bay</strong>view Rd and the<br />

safety of the Paradise Beach<br />

track, which has been subject to<br />

erosion as a result of stormwater<br />

run-off.<br />

They report back on the issues<br />

raised at the next board meeting<br />

on <strong>November</strong> 27.<br />

We said:<br />

An overall of traffic light<br />

phasing at the St Andrews<br />

Hill intersection is planned<br />

You said:<br />

Stephen Graham – I’ve<br />

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Ben Venzy Venz – Maybe it<br />

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do it right in the first place. God<br />

this council knows how to waste<br />

money.<br />

Brigid Wilkinson – Will<br />

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Cathryn Lucy – The damn<br />

intersection was almost better<br />

before this happened.<br />

Paul Monk – I drive<br />

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an issue. I just wonder who it is<br />

that has a problem with it.<br />

We said:<br />

Little River’s ageing fire<br />

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this summer<br />

You said:<br />

Romy Forrer – Interesting<br />

decision . . . as I gaze up at the<br />

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Hills after last year’s fires.<br />

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Julie Knowles – That’s<br />

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Our People<br />

Eugenie Sage<br />

Green voice in Government<br />

Eugenie Sage is one of four Green Party MPs to<br />

hold ministerial portfolios in the new Government.​<br />

Bridget Rutherford spoke to her about politics<br />

and living in Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

So you’re the new minister<br />

of conservation, minister of<br />

land information and associate<br />

minister for the environment.<br />

How does that feel?<br />

I’m really delighted and<br />

humbled to have all three. The<br />

election campaign and aftermath<br />

had been quite noisy – there was<br />

a lot we found out at the same<br />

time as the rest of New Zealand<br />

when the Rt. Hon Deputy Prime<br />

Minister Winston Peters announced<br />

it. Then, 10min later,<br />

we had a party teleconference to<br />

actually agree to go into Government.<br />

I was very pleasantly<br />

surprised. Being involved in<br />

negotiations, I was incredibly<br />

proud of the way the Green Party<br />

organised to have that massive<br />

teleconference with delegates to<br />

make the decision we’d be part<br />

of the new Government. There<br />

were a lot of discussions considering<br />

it is historic; it’s the first<br />

time the Greens have been in<br />

Parliament in our 21 years. It was<br />

an intensive effort by all three<br />

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ground was, and prioritise.<br />

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No, I didn’t know which way it<br />

would go.<br />

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ministerial positions consist of?<br />

We’ve got a biodiversity crisis<br />

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Our natural landscapes, wildlife<br />

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Does that bring pressure?<br />

Yes, but it is exciting, though,<br />

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mandate.<br />

What’s your favourite<br />

animal?<br />

The bellbird I hear at home<br />

because of their call, the kea<br />

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the Mackenzie Basin. It’s grey<br />

so it’s difficult to see. We’ve got<br />

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Zealand that people tend to<br />

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life story. They can live to<br />

80-years-old. They live in Te<br />

Waihora/Lake Ellesmere then<br />

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die. Then the glass eels drift back<br />

through the current and come<br />

back to New Zealand. It is an<br />

astonishing life cycle. We’ve got<br />

a responsibility to protect them,<br />

and that’s another of the priorities,<br />

particularly making sure the<br />

Treaty of Waitangi is properly<br />

implemented through the management<br />

of things like forestry,<br />

fisheries and waterways.<br />

What do you like to do in<br />

your spare time?<br />

I like walking, I do a bit of<br />

mountain biking on back roads,<br />

and even just going from home<br />

in Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> around to<br />

Lyttelton, then catching the ferry<br />

back across. I like going up onto<br />

the Port Hills. I used to do a lot<br />

of tramping, which I haven’t had<br />

much time for recently. I love the<br />

high country in the South Island<br />

like the upper Rakaia, Ashburton<br />

Lakes, Arthur’s Pass and Mt<br />

White. They are extraordinary<br />

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Ashburton Lakes. ​<br />

spaces – that’s what makes my<br />

heart sing. For many, it’s walking<br />

along the beach looking out to<br />

sea. Making sure all kids get the<br />

opportunity to grow up with<br />

nature, that’s what inspired me. I<br />

grew up in Auckland, with three<br />

siblings, and we used to play a lot<br />

in the outdoors.<br />

I think back to summer holidays<br />

at Rotorua Lakes and we<br />

were able to go off early and play<br />

and wouldn’t come back until<br />

dinner at night. For families that<br />

can afford it, there’s still that opportunity.<br />

But there are kids who<br />

haven’t been to the beach in New<br />

Zealand, and that’s a tragedy.<br />

What brought you to<br />

Christchurch?<br />

Family commitments – my<br />

partner Richard was down here.<br />

I also studied at Canterbury<br />

University and in Auckland.<br />

When did you first get into<br />

politics?<br />

I was involved in student<br />

politics at university. I edited<br />

Craccum, the student magazine,<br />

at the University of Auckland. I<br />

got into environmental protesting;<br />

I protested against the first<br />

McDonald’s in New Zealand on<br />

Queen St. I did some work for<br />

the precursor to the Department<br />

of Conservation on the West<br />

Coast.<br />

I was exposed to the destruction<br />

of native forest for logging<br />

– these magnificent rimu forests<br />

near Hokitika. I was just in<br />

tears wandering through these<br />

areas, seeing nature’s cathedral<br />

being utterly trashed. I worked<br />

for Forest and Bird between the<br />

mid-1990s through to 2010 at the<br />

time of the Timberlands beech<br />

logging scheme. A Labour Government<br />

stopped the scheme and<br />

transferred the land to DOC and<br />

it has been invaluable since. It<br />

just showed the power of public<br />

mobilisation to protect our rain<br />

forest.<br />

What are you most proud of?<br />

That and the work for Forest<br />

and Bird using the Resource<br />

Management Act to have<br />

stronger controls on indigenous<br />

vegetation clearance and the<br />

work on tenure reviews.<br />

What were you doing before<br />

you got into politics?<br />

I did a law and history degree<br />

at Auckland, and then studied<br />

journalism at Canterbury University.<br />

The law degree has been<br />

really useful in not being scared<br />

of legislation.<br />

What do you think of Prime<br />

Minister Jacinda Ardern?<br />

Jacinda Ardern will be an outstanding<br />

prime minister through<br />

her leadership skills, analytical<br />

skills and her empathy. It’s totally<br />

genuine.<br />

Why did you move to<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong>?<br />

When I stood for Environment<br />

Canterbury, I said I would<br />

move in if elected. In 2010, as it<br />

was coming up to elections, the<br />

former Minister for the Environment<br />

Nick Smith and Local<br />

Government Minister Rodney<br />

Hide decided to axe <strong>14</strong> elected<br />

councillors and installed commissioners.<br />

The only time I have<br />

felt welcome in ECan since then<br />

was when the people occupied<br />

the building in September. That’s<br />

a priority, restoring democracy.<br />

What do you like about living<br />

there?<br />

It’s on the base of Mt Herbert,<br />

and being in the harbour you’re<br />

basically looking across to dramatic<br />

cliffs. It’s our volcanic heritage.<br />

And it’s the people in the<br />

community, they support each<br />

other. It’s the same in Lyttelton.<br />

Do you have any pets?<br />

I used to have two cats, but<br />

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hearing them.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>November</strong> 15 <strong>2017</strong><br />

News<br />

Fisherman’s WharF<br />

Spectacular <strong>Harbour</strong> Views<br />

Fisherman’s Wharf Restaurant offer’s<br />

a warm & friendly atmosphere over<br />

looking the working port of Lyttelton.<br />

We have a range of wonderful meal<br />

options to suit all. Seafood, Steaks,<br />

Burgers, Thai dishes, Vegetarian, pasta<br />

& kids meals.<br />

We serve only the freshest locally<br />

caught fish & our produce is also fresh<br />

& from the local markets.<br />

From our boats to your plate.<br />

Now open for Breakfast Sat/Sun from<br />

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Open Wed to Sun 11.30am to late<br />

CHEERS: Lyttelton Club car manager Cheryl Tozer<br />

raises a toast to the club’s renovation which is now<br />

underway. PHOTOS: GILBERT WEALLEANS AND<br />

MARTIN HUNTER<br />

Bringing Lyttelton Club back to life<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

THE LYTTELTON Club, also<br />

known as the TOP Club, is<br />

getting a makeover.<br />

Work started last week<br />

on fixing and painting the<br />

outside of the club, the first<br />

stage of a thorough spruce-up<br />

which club president Steve<br />

Targus hopes will transform<br />

its fortunes.<br />

Mr Targus won’t say how<br />

much the renovation is costing,<br />

but it is expected to take<br />

four to six months.<br />

The club will stay open<br />

throughout the work. Some of<br />

the changes include gutting<br />

the sports hall, redesigning<br />

and refitting the sports bar,<br />

repainting and reflooring.<br />

The once-thriving club is<br />

perched above the harbour on<br />

Dublin St. Anyone can join for<br />

$10 a year. It boasts incredible<br />

views of the harbour, well<br />

priced drinks and home-style<br />

cooking.<br />

So why isn’t it busier?<br />

Back in the heyday of the<br />

1970s and 80s, it was the social<br />

hub of Lyttelton, hosting<br />

dances and parties. Sports<br />

teams met there after games<br />

and it was a lively, busy place.<br />

But in recent years, the club<br />

has struggled to find a place<br />

for itself, in spite of a brief<br />

renaissance following the<br />

February 22, 2011, earthquake,<br />

when it was the first place in<br />

Lyttelton to reopen.<br />

When Mr Targus mooted a<br />

name change on social media<br />

recently, it prompted some<br />

wry comments.<br />

Said one comment: “What’s<br />

wrong with ‘Lamb and Hayward<br />

Waiting Room?’”<br />

Another rather unkindly<br />

said it was the “Lyttelton Retirement<br />

Home”.<br />

All of them suggest the<br />

Lyttelton Club has a bit of an<br />

image problem. However, Mr<br />

Targus is hoping the planned<br />

renovations will help turn<br />

around the club’s fortunes.<br />

He wants it to become the<br />

social centre of the community<br />

again.<br />

Long-time club member<br />

Kirsty Macnab is positive<br />

about the club’s future.<br />

“It’s got a good heart and<br />

a great future. Lots of young<br />

people are becoming active<br />

club members now; Lyttelton<br />

has gentrified a bit and part of<br />

the repair is to make it more<br />

appealing (to that group.)”<br />

“I want it to be a warm and<br />

welcoming place where all<br />

sorts of people can come in<br />

and enjoy themselves.”<br />

Christchurch’s new Memorial Avenue Gateway Bridge<br />

is open to traffic but we are not finished yet!<br />

There will be speed restrictions and other traffic management on and around the bridge<br />

over the next few months while the project team lay the final road surface and carry out<br />

other work to complete the Russley Road Upgrade.<br />

Please drive with extra care and pay close attention to the signage to ensure you are in<br />

the correct lane to get to your destination. Thanks for your patience and understanding.<br />

More information www.nzta.govt.nz/russley-road<br />

Russley Road upgrade


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Community shed plan for<br />

old Heathcote library site<br />

A NEW community shed<br />

planned for Heathcote<br />

could go on the former<br />

library site at 8 Martindales<br />

Rd.<br />

Heathcote Valley<br />

Community Association<br />

committee member<br />

Jackie Foulkes said a survey<br />

showed most residents<br />

favoured the site as it was<br />

easily accessible, close to<br />

the community centre and<br />

central to walk to.<br />

The former library was<br />

demolished following<br />

the February 22, 2011,<br />

earthquake, and the site is<br />

currently vacant.<br />

City council staff are<br />

looking into the suitability<br />

of the location and will report<br />

back to the Linwood-<br />

Central-Heathcote Community<br />

Board.<br />

Local resident Keith<br />

Jenkins is behind the shed<br />

idea.<br />

He’s organised a public<br />

meeting to discuss the<br />

setting up of the shed, and<br />

to answer questions from<br />

interested parties.<br />

A regional representative<br />

of the New Zealand Menz<br />

Shed executive will be present<br />

to explain how various<br />

styles of shed perform.<br />

The meeting is set to take<br />

place on Tuesday, 6.30-<br />

8.30pm, at the Heathcote<br />

Community Centre.<br />

Pams Fresh Cherry<br />

Tomatoes Prepack<br />

or Asparagus<br />

Bunched 250g<br />

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Fresh NZ Quality<br />

Mark Prime Beef Mince<br />

$<br />

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$<br />

6 99 pk<br />

NEW LIFE: A new community shed is planned for the Heathcote Valley<br />

Community Library site.<br />

Cadbury Chocolate<br />

Block 155- 205g<br />

COME AND TRY OUR<br />

Persil Washing<br />

Powder 1kg<br />

$<br />

7 49 ea<br />

$<br />

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Bistro Bites<br />

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Cadbury Dairy Milk<br />

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<strong>14</strong>4-150g<br />

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dinner 5PM to 10pm<br />

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24 99 pk<br />

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Oxford Tce<br />

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Bealey Ave<br />

Bealey Ave<br />

Bealey Ave<br />

Victoria St<br />

Montreal St<br />

Durham St<br />

Colombo St<br />

Manchester St<br />

Madras St<br />

Barbadoes St<br />

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TE PAPA ŌTĀKARO<br />

AVON RIVER PRECINCT<br />

Park Tce<br />

Salisbury St<br />

Salisbury St<br />

Salisbury St<br />

Peterborough St<br />

Peterborough St<br />

Peterborough St<br />

Victoria St<br />

Kilmore St<br />

Kilmore St<br />

Cranmer Square<br />

Cambridge Tce<br />

Chester St<br />

North<br />

Hagley Park<br />

Armagh St<br />

Armagh St<br />

Armagh St<br />

EAST FRAME<br />

MINI GOLF<br />

Rolleston Ave<br />

Gloucester St<br />

Worcester Blvd<br />

Hereford St<br />

Cashel St<br />

CONVENTION CENTRE<br />

Cambridge Tce<br />

Montreal St<br />

Oxford Tce<br />

Cashel St<br />

Lichfield St<br />

Gloucester St<br />

Cathedral Square Worcester St<br />

Colombo St<br />

Hereford St<br />

High St<br />

Manchester St<br />

EAST FRAME<br />

EAST FRAME<br />

EAST FRAME<br />

Latimer Square<br />

RAUORA PARK<br />

Madras St<br />

EAST FRAME<br />

STADIUM<br />

SPRAY CANS<br />

Barbadoes St<br />

Gloucester St<br />

Worcester St<br />

Hereford St<br />

Cashel St<br />

Lichfield St<br />

Fitzgerald Ave<br />

South<br />

Hagley Park<br />

Tuam St<br />

Tuam St<br />

Tuam St<br />

SOUTH FRAME<br />

SOUTH FRAME<br />

SOUTH FRAME<br />

EVOLUTION SQUARE<br />

St. Asaph St<br />

St. Asaph St<br />

St. Asaph St<br />

St. Asaph St<br />

Hagley Ave<br />

METRO<br />

SPORTS<br />

FACILITY<br />

Antigua St<br />

Montreal St<br />

Durham St<br />

Colombo St<br />

Manchester St<br />

Madras St<br />

Barbadoes St<br />

Ferry Rd<br />

Fitzgerald Ave<br />

Moorhouse Ave<br />

Moorhouse Ave<br />

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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 <strong>2017</strong><br />

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SCHOOLS<br />

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Fisherman’s WharF<br />

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We have a range of wonderful meal<br />

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MARKET: The Stress Busters (above) and Crafty Creations were two of the<br />

Mt Pleasant School groups to pitch ideas in the Dragons Den.<br />

Mt Pleasant pupils start market<br />

YEAR 5 and 6 pupils at Mt<br />

Pleasant School have been<br />

developing products for a<br />

student-run market day.<br />

As part of the process, the<br />

school held a Dragons Den<br />

session, which featured a<br />

couple of staff members as<br />

well as parents.<br />

Groups were given the<br />

opportunity to pitch their<br />

ideas for the market day,<br />

which will be held on<br />

Thursday, December 7. It was<br />

an interesting and challenging<br />

activity for all involved, with<br />

plenty of learnings taking<br />

place.<br />

Some groups had their<br />

initial ideas successfully<br />

approved, while others had to<br />

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A member of the Crafty<br />

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Build up for NZ champs on song<br />

SPORTS<br />

IN RHYTHM: Jess Fahey finished<br />

fifth in her 1500m heat at last<br />

year’s national championships. ​<br />

FOUR YOUNG Sumner<br />

athletes continued their<br />

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secondary school track<br />

and field championships in<br />

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Jess Fahey, 18, Meg Fahey, 18,<br />

Abby Theobald, 16, and Victoria<br />

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the Canterbury Athletics senior<br />

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At the national championships,<br />

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Meg Fahey competed in the<br />

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Both the Fahey twins and<br />

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final on Saturday. The team lost<br />

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Lyttelton 28-<strong>14</strong> in the shield<br />

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Josh Loader rises high to win a lineout against Shirley.<br />

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• By Gordon Findlater<br />

A QUICK fire 74 from Dan Vann<br />

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Drawers with Legs<br />

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Bookcase 2240x1200<br />

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Clothes Hanger<br />

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X Bottle Holder<br />

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Shelf - Set 2 of 2<br />

was $35<br />

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Doors - Set 2 of 2<br />

was $35<br />

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Base 380<br />

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Base 740<br />

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Base 1100<br />

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Carson 3+2 Seater<br />

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was $1698<br />

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save<br />

$300<br />

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Vermont 3+2 Seater Suite<br />

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*Coffee Table not included<br />

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Riley 2 Seater Lounge Range<br />

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Zen Barstools & Dining Chairs<br />

The contemporary<br />

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This counter-height<br />

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Jackson Barstools<br />

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Soho 3+2 Seater Lounge Suite<br />

$1398<br />

was $1798<br />

curves, the Soho is a delightful collection that reinvents mid-century style.<br />

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800mm Round Table + 4 Chairs<br />

Eames 5 Piece Dining Set<br />

This contemporary setting is a compact set that<br />

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save<br />

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was $399<br />

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Sofia Chaise Sofa<br />

This Sofa includes a chaise, low<br />

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wooden legs in a red walnut<br />

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Also available in Beige.<br />

$<strong>14</strong>99<br />

was $1899<br />

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Carson 5 Piece<br />

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This 800mm Square<br />

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Lamp Table<br />

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2 Drawer Coffee Table<br />

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2 Drawer Hall Table<br />

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Low Bookcase<br />

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Lamp Table<br />

2 Drawer Coffee Table<br />

2 Door TV Unit<br />

2 Door TV Unit<br />

was $799<br />

now only $599<br />

2 Drawer Bookcase<br />

was $899<br />

now only $699<br />

3 Drawer, 2 Door Buffet<br />

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2 Drawer Hall Table Low Bookcase 2 Drawer Bookcase<br />

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