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WELL KNOWN Sumner surfer

Nina Young (above) is among

many local surfers and identities

in a new Warren Hawke (inset)

book.

NZ Surf: The Collection – Vol

1 takes an in-depth look at Scarborough

Beach with its specialist

Malibu-style waves, surfing

personalities, local board riding

clubs and the international surfing

event, The Single Fin Mingle.

There’s an interview with event

co-founder Ambrose McNeill,

who talks in detail about the

philosophy behind the competition

and just how wonderful it

is to bring a world class group of

international surfers to Sumner

for a week each year.

Surf coach, musician and

graphic design artist, Brad

King, discusses his design work

behind ‘The Mingle’ posters and

stickers.

He admits that the greatest

thing for him has been taking up

long boarding and having fun in

the waves.

This is Mr Hawke’s second

surfing book. Artist Josh O’Rourke

completed the design and

layout – a massive task as the

book contains more than 500

photos and 60,000 words.

•Turn to page 4

Freedom

campers

ignore

fines

• By Sarla Donovan

BANKS Peninsula Community

Board members have been told

almost half of freedom campers

don’t pay their fines.

One hundred and twenty

freedom campers were ticketed

for breaking freedom camping

bylaws in Canterbury over the

past year.

Only 55 percent of those tickets

were paid, according to city

council staff.

City council head of regulatory

compliance Tracey Weston

addressed community concerns

around freedom camping at a

Banks Peninsula Community

Board meeting on Monday.

Ms Weston said fully self-contained

camper vans parking at

Naval Point in Lyttelton, the

Akaroa Sports Complex, the

Akaroa Yacht Club and the

Akaroa Lighthouse weren’t

breaking the law, provided they

only stayed for two days.

She said there was nothing to

stop the vans parking there all

day, as there were currently no

time restrictions on parking,

such as a P60 constraint.

At Childrens Bay, however,

freedom camping was prohibited.

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FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

DESK

THERE’S ANOTHER Warren

Hawke surf book for the coffee

table this Christmas.

The evergreen photographer has

just published another gem, full

of surfers and other local surfing

tidbits (see page 1).

It takes an in-depth look at

Scarborough Beach with its specialist

Malibu-style waves, surfing

personalities, local board riding

clubs and the international surfing

event, The Single Fin Mingle.

New Brighton, Waikuku and

a secret bay on Banks Peninsula

also feature. The bay hasn’t been

named in the book. Hawke said he

wants to keep it for the surfers who

know how good it is.

Not a bad idea on page 3 – a

shuttle service between Diamond

Harbour and Church Bay to ferry

ferry users to the ferry.

It’s the brainchild of a high

school student who lives in the

area.

–Barry Clarke

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Our People......................11

Schools...................................16

Sport...........................18-21

Community Events.... 25

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Shuttle idea to link

• By Sarla Donovan

Dominic

A SHUTTLE linking Diamond

Harbour and Church Bay for

ferry users could be running by

late January

Student Dominic van Uden

from Diamond Harbour is

behind the idea and he has met

with Environment Canterbury

to get the idea of the ground

Funding will be critical to it

happening.

Dominic has

regular user of

the ferry since

shifting to the

area five years

ago.

A shuttle service

would alleviate

the pressure

on parking

van Uden

spaces around the wharf, he

said, provide a transport option

during inclement weather and

make it easier for the elderly

and those with young children

to use the ferry service.

He has formulated a potential

route the service could take and

surveyed the community to

establish support for the idea.

More than 60 households

responded to the survey, with

about two-thirds of respondents

suggesting they would be likely

to use the service if it were in

place.

Dominic met with ECan last

week to discuss funding options

for a van and the process of

setting up a community trust.

“Once we organise funding

for the project, it will almost

be ready to be operational.

Our aim is to have the service

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ON THE DOMAIN LINCOLN 3 MARCH 2018

Diamond Harbour and Church Bay

INITIATIVE: Diamond Harbour resident Dominic van Uden is trying to organise a shuttle

service for ferry users. ​

running by late January when

regular commuters return

from holiday, however this will

depend on funding,” he said.

“We have strong community

partnerships with the Diamond

Harbour Community

Association and Black Cat

Cruises.”

He has also written to the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board asking for their support

for the shuttle project.

The board discussed the

project at a meeting on Monday

and agreed to give their support

to the project, but there was no

discussion on what form that

support would take.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Would

a shuttle service make the

ferry more accessible? Do

you think there is a need?

Email your views to sarla.

donovan@starmedia.kiwi

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In Brief

PAGE 3

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The Sumner Green and Skate Group

is hoping it will hear back within

the next couple of weeks whether

the site on the corner of Nayland

and Wakefield Sts has the go ahead.

•Lyttelton skate park, page 7

RESERVE PLAN DELAY

Draft management plans for the

Te Oka and Misty Peaks reserves

won’t be completed until the end

of January after the city council

pushed back the original November

timeframe. It now expects the

plans to be presented to the Banks

Peninsula Community Board

for approval in early February,

after which they will go out for

community consultation.

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WAVES: Warren Hawke’s new book NZ Surf: The Collection

– Vol 1 takes an in-depth look at the surfers and identities of

Scarborough Beach.

Another Hawke book

comes to the surface

•From page 1

Other local breaks to feature

include New Brighton, Waikuku

and a bay on Banks Peninsula.

Taylors Mistake is also present

in the introductory section,

which shows photos from about

30 years ago.

The collection has a broad

coverage of New Zealand surfing

areas, surfing artists, surf champions

and breaks.

“It’s actually quite unique in the

surfing world as far as surf publications

go,” said Mr Hawke.

“We wanted it to seem like

there was a new adventure over

every page. For this reason, I’ve

included the work of some of

New Zealand’s top surf photographers

to add greater depth and

variety.”

The book has a limited print

run with the plan being to sell it

out and not reprint. “We’d like

to have a new collection out in

two years’ time, something we’ve

already started to plan and gather

new material for,” Mr Hawke

said.

Freedom campers ignore fines

•From page 1

Ms Weston said additional

signs may need to be installed

informing people of this.

City council team leader,

compliance and investigations

Richard Neale said two compliance

officers patrolled the Banks

Peninsula area Monday-Friday

on a rostered basis.

Complaints received over

the weekend or public holidays

would be responded to during

the week, he said.

It was mainly non-self contained

freedom campers the

compliance officers were targeting,

said Mr Neale.

The number of complaints the

city council had received about

freedom campers has halved

on the previous year, with 34

complaints from the Banks

Peninsula area.

Ms Weston said the number

of complaints was trending

In Brief

YACHT CLUB OPERATING

A fire at the Naval Point Yacht

Club last month won’t affect

a concert planned for this

weekend. Organisers of the

Mel Parsons and Greg Johnson

concert on Saturday night said

they had been contacted by

people wondering if the event

down, with six being the highest

number received in one month.

Some board members expressed

surprise, saying they

had heard many complaints

from the community.

Ms Weston said people may

was still on. They said the fire

hadn’t affected the performance

area at the club and the concert

would go ahead as planned.

CHEMICAL FIRE

The back wall of a house caught

fire on Monarch Drive, Ngaio

Pt, last Tuesday afternoon when

not be reporting their concerns

to the correct place.

Ms Weston said if members of

the public saw freedom campers

were parked illegally, they

should phone the city council on

941 8999

chemicals on a rag interacted

with sunlight, causing the rag

to catch fire. When the flames

spread to a nearby retaining

wall, a neighbour noticed and

called the Akaroa Fire Brigade

before putting the garden hose

on it. The fire was almost out by

the time the brigade arrived.

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To ensure this happens, we’d like to hear what you

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Visit www.healthyharbour.org.nz to view

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information visit us at one of the following hubs.

Information Hubs

Saturday 18th November:

Lyttelton Market,

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Monday 20th November 5.30 -7.30:

Steadfast Community Centre,

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Governors Bay Community Centre,

Cresswell Avenue, Governors Bay

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Charteris Bay Yacht Club,

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Diamond Harbour Community Hall,

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Wednesday November 15 2017

• By Sarla Donovan

A SHIFT towards evaluating

properties for individual climate

change risk may mean insurance

premiums will rise on coastal

properties.

An updated Tonkin and Taylor

report on coastal hazards released

last week showed close to 25,000

Christchurch houses are at risk of

future coastal flooding and 1000

are at risk from coastal erosion.

In a worst-case climate change

scenario, flooding could affect the

coastal city and Banks Peninsula

properties within the next 50 to

100 years, the report said.

Insurance Council chief

executive Tim Grafton said

climate change was a certainty.

“Sea level will rise and the

frequency of extreme weather

events will increase.”

Mr Grafton said each insurer

would take a different approach to

risk, depending on the frequency

and consequences of flooding.

“With respect to climate

change, the price signals are likely

to be incremental changes over

time, rather than swift and rapid

change. There is therefore time for

a range of adaptation measures

that make economic sense to be

considered which

. . . enable the transfer of risk to

insurance to remain affordable

and accessible.”

Some properties could become

uninsurable if they flooded with

high frequency, Mr Grafton said.

“They become less insurable as it

becomes more certain that they

will flood.”

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Sea level rise could affect insurance

He said New Zealand was

unusual in offering all-perils

cover house insurance. “In

many other countries, flood is

an optional add-on to house

insurance policies, so flood risk is

separately priced.”

OUTSPOKEN: Christchurch

Coastal Residents United

spokesman Darrell Latham

says climate change is a

national responsibility.

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​Redcliffs resident and Ray

White Ferrymead salesman,

Mark Roberts, said insurance

companies will always try to

mitigate risk.

“At the end of the day, people

love being by the ocean. They will

make decisions (about a property)

based on the statistics they get

and the risk profile.”

Last week’s report is an update

of Tonkin and Taylor’s widelycriticised

2015 report suggesting

18,000 properties were at risk of

flooding and 6000 susceptible to

erosion.

The 2015 report was criticised

as being scientifically flawed,

leading to the updated 2017

version.

Christchurch Coastal Residents

United spokesman Darrell

Latham said climate change was

a national responsibility, not

just the responsibility of coastal

communities or local councils.

“Mitigation and compensation

must be part of the conversation,”

he said.

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LITTLE RIVER WEBSITE

A new website providing

information for visitors will

be funded by the Banks

Peninsula Community

Board. The board granted

the Little River Information

Station $3318 towards

developing the website and

purchasing a computer

tablet. The anti-theft tablet

will allow visitors to source

information independently

if volunteer staff aren’t

present and help to mitigate

the intermittent cellphone

coverage in the Little River

area.

COTTAGE REPAIS

Funding for repairs

to Penfold’s Cottage,

Ferrymead, have been put

on hold while city council

staff collate funding

information for heritage

building repairs across the

city for the next Long Term

Plan. Of 40 submissions on

the city council’s proposed

plans for the Scott Park

landmark, 32 supported

repairing it rather than

reconstruction. Funding had

also been made available in

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THE WHEELS are in motion

for the redevelopment of the

Lyttelton skate park.

Funded primarily by the city

council – with some financial

support from South Port in

Bluff – work is under way on the

popular skate park at the Oxford

St Reserve.

The $375,000 site upgrade

is expected to be completed

by January. In the meantime,

the area remains closed to the

public.

When completed, it will feature

a new bowl, a quarter pipe,

ramps, multiple features, rails

and edges, and a fresh “side-toside

flow.”

It has been designed with the

beginner to intermediate skateboarder

in mind. “The project

began as earthquake repairs

to the heritage retaining walls

adjacent to the skate park and

playground,” city council project

manager Jon Malis said.

“However, our engineers

found that the concrete skate

park features aided the wall stability,

so the skate park redesign

was included in the project.”

As part of the skate park project,

local artists – funded by the

YMCA – are creating murals at

the reserve.

“A donation from South Port

was earmarked for earthquake

recovery that supports Lyttelton

youth,” Mr Malis said.

Designed by Campbell Johnson

and constructed by Nelson

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Skate park work starts rolling

REDEVELOPED: Lyttelton skate park in Oxford St Reserve is being upgraded.

Creek Skateboards, Mr Malis

believes the revamped skate

park will be a “major asset” for

Lyttelton.

Along with the repairs to the

retaining walls and concrete

posts around the park, a manhole

will be installed in the old

brick barrel storm water main

running under the area.

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within the Diamond Harbour

Memorial Gardens cemetery

tomorrow.

This is the first eco-burial site

to open in the Christchurch and

Banks Peninsula area.

Described as a more environmentally

friendly process than

other methods, eco-burials involve

a shallower plot within the living

soil level. The body is not embalmed,

but is dressed in natural,

biodegradable materials and the

coffin or shroud is also biodegradable

and non-toxic.

Plots are filled with living soil

and, within a year, are planted

over with native trees and shrubs,

so the whole area will eventually

resemble regenerated New Zealand

forest.

Families of those buried in the

area will be able to take part in

planting over the plots. A group

has been working with the city

council to establish the eco-burial

site, with the overall aim to eventually

make eco-burials an option

for all Christchurch residents.

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Hall to open

after $600k

repair job

ALLANDALE HALL will reopen

on December 4 after a $600,000

repair job.

The hall has been closed after

sustaining damage in the February

22, 2011, earthquake.

Repairs began in May, including

demolition of the north hall,

removal of concrete slabs at the rear,

earthquake repairs and strengthening,

electrical wiring and painting.

It was originally budgeted at

$300,000, but the extent of the damage

meant the cost doubled over the

time of the repair. The building will

have new weatherboards installed to

give i an original look.

The hall dates from 1896 and has

capacity for about 250 people. It’s

one of three venues around the harbour

basin that can handle larger

groups.

Allandale Reserve Management

Committee chairman Stuart Bould

said it would be a “great place” once

all the repairs had been completed.

“It’s been a long time coming.” Allandale

Domain has always been

an area where people meet up, Mr

Bould said.

It was a key staging post in the

late 1800s for people travelling over

Gebbies Pass or to Port Levy.

The city council is organising

an opening ceremony on Monday,

December 4.

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No dog park for Lyttelton

AFTER A year-long search,

city council staff say there is no

suitable space for a dog park in

the Lyttelton area.

In August last year,

the Lyttelton-Mt Herbert

Community Board asked staff

to investigate possible sites for a

dedicated dog exercise area.

But on Monday, city council

parks and recreation planner

Megan Carpenter told a

meeting of the Banks Peninsula

Community Board that all

council-owned parks had been

considered and none had space

for dedicated dog walking.

Board chairwoman Christine

Wilson said many people

walked their dogs at the

Lyttelton Recreation Ground,

where they were allowed on a

leash. But she said some owners

let their dogs off.

“We’ve had young people

falling over in dog muck. It’s

not a good look.”

Ms Carpenter said there may

be a need for more rangers to

visit to ensure people complied

with the regulations.

She said there was a high

demand for open spaces in

Lyttelton and the best option

could be putting a dog park

nearby.

She said consideration could

be given to investigating a

suitable site outside the Banks

Fire rages, homes at risk

Peninsula Ward area, such as

Birdsey Reserve, which is 3km

from Lyttelton, or the failed

Christchurch Maori Village site

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City councillor Yani Johanson

and the Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

last month asked city council

staff to prepare a report on

whether the Ferrymead site

could be used as a dog exercise

area.

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News

Chateris Bay

stormwater

causes a

stink

A water and wastewater scheme

in Charteris Bay is creating

major problems, the Banks

Peninsula Community Board has

been told.

On Monday, Charteris Bay

Residents’ Association secretary

Bill Studholme told the board the

scheme was a real issue.

“It’s not quite finished and is

causing quite major problems,”

he said.

The issues included stormwater

run-off, damage to Bayview Rd

and Paradise Beach and an unpleasant

“stench” coming from

wastewater pipes.

The board is seeking an urgent

solution from city council staff

before the end of the month.

Staff have been asked to report

on the status of the gravity-fed

wastewater system and why

there has been a low uptake from

residents. They will also look into

the adequacy of the stormwater

system in Bayview Rd and the

safety of the Paradise Beach

track, which has been subject to

erosion as a result of stormwater

run-off.

They report back on the issues

raised at the next board meeting

on November 27.

We said:

An overall of traffic light

phasing at the St Andrews

Hill intersection is planned

You said:

Stephen Graham – I’ve

never had an issue with this

intersection. I find it quite easy.

But like St Asaph St, banning

incompetent drivers will help

a lot.

Ben Venzy Venz – Maybe it

would have been a good idea to

do it right in the first place. God

this council knows how to waste

money.

Brigid Wilkinson – Will

believe it when it actually happens.

Cathryn Lucy – The damn

intersection was almost better

before this happened.

Paul Monk – I drive

through it daily and never have

an issue. I just wonder who it is

that has a problem with it.

We said:

Little River’s ageing fire

tanker won’t be replaced

this summer

You said:

Romy Forrer – Interesting

decision . . . as I gaze up at the

giant brown patch on the Port

Hills after last year’s fires.

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Julie Knowles – That’s

bloody great. Are they going to

run up there with buckets of

water?

Jed Knight – Wouldn’t

expect much else from the city

council. They seem to be busy

making well thought out plans.

Our coast

and climate change

How do we adapt?

Join the conversation

Stay updated and get involved in

discussions around adapting to

climate change in our coastal areas.

Email us with your name and address

at livingwithwater@ccc.govt.nz

or visit ccc.govt.nz/livingwithwater


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Our People

Eugenie Sage

Green voice in Government

Eugenie Sage is one of four Green Party MPs to

hold ministerial portfolios in the new Government.​

Bridget Rutherford spoke to her about politics

and living in Diamond Harbour

So you’re the new minister

of conservation, minister of

land information and associate

minister for the environment.

How does that feel?

I’m really delighted and

humbled to have all three. The

election campaign and aftermath

had been quite noisy – there was

a lot we found out at the same

time as the rest of New Zealand

when the Rt. Hon Deputy Prime

Minister Winston Peters announced

it. Then, 10min later,

we had a party teleconference to

actually agree to go into Government.

I was very pleasantly

surprised. Being involved in

negotiations, I was incredibly

proud of the way the Green Party

organised to have that massive

teleconference with delegates to

make the decision we’d be part

of the new Government. There

were a lot of discussions considering

it is historic; it’s the first

time the Greens have been in

Parliament in our 21 years. It was

an intensive effort by all three

parties to examine each other’s

policies, look at where common

ground was, and prioritise.

Did you expect Mr Peters to

make the decision he did?

No, I didn’t know which way it

would go.

What will your new

ministerial positions consist of?

We’ve got a biodiversity crisis

in New Zealand. About 3000

species are at risk of extinction.

We need to do much better in

protecting native plants and

animals and the places they live

so these species can thrive. We’ve

got an international responsibility

to do that because so many

are only here in New Zealand.

Our natural landscapes, wildlife

and special places around

Aotearoa are vitally important

to tourism – they are what bring

tourists here and market our

product overseas. The Green

Party campaigned for a change

of Government to make that

‘100% Pure’ image real – to give

it some integrity. We’ve got a real

responsibility to deliver on that

promise.

Does that bring pressure?

Yes, but it is exciting, though,

because voters have given us a

mandate.

What’s your favourite

animal?

The bellbird I hear at home

because of their call, the kea

and the robust grasshopper in

the Mackenzie Basin. It’s grey

so it’s difficult to see. We’ve got

an amazing insect fauna in New

Zealand that people tend to

overlook. I like the longfin eel

because they’ve got an incredible

life story. They can live to

80-years-old. They live in Te

Waihora/Lake Ellesmere then

they migrate and swim offshore

to Tonga where they spawn and

die. Then the glass eels drift back

through the current and come

back to New Zealand. It is an

astonishing life cycle. We’ve got

a responsibility to protect them,

and that’s another of the priorities,

particularly making sure the

Treaty of Waitangi is properly

implemented through the management

of things like forestry,

fisheries and waterways.

What do you like to do in

your spare time?

I like walking, I do a bit of

mountain biking on back roads,

and even just going from home

in Diamond Harbour around to

Lyttelton, then catching the ferry

back across. I like going up onto

the Port Hills. I used to do a lot

of tramping, which I haven’t had

much time for recently. I love the

high country in the South Island

like the upper Rakaia, Ashburton

Lakes, Arthur’s Pass and Mt

White. They are extraordinary

AT HOME: Eugenie Sage on the Balmacaan Saddle in Hakatere/

Ashburton Lakes. ​

spaces – that’s what makes my

heart sing. For many, it’s walking

along the beach looking out to

sea. Making sure all kids get the

opportunity to grow up with

nature, that’s what inspired me. I

grew up in Auckland, with three

siblings, and we used to play a lot

in the outdoors.

I think back to summer holidays

at Rotorua Lakes and we

were able to go off early and play

and wouldn’t come back until

dinner at night. For families that

can afford it, there’s still that opportunity.

But there are kids who

haven’t been to the beach in New

Zealand, and that’s a tragedy.

What brought you to

Christchurch?

Family commitments – my

partner Richard was down here.

I also studied at Canterbury

University and in Auckland.

When did you first get into

politics?

I was involved in student

politics at university. I edited

Craccum, the student magazine,

at the University of Auckland. I

got into environmental protesting;

I protested against the first

McDonald’s in New Zealand on

Queen St. I did some work for

the precursor to the Department

of Conservation on the West

Coast.

I was exposed to the destruction

of native forest for logging

– these magnificent rimu forests

near Hokitika. I was just in

tears wandering through these

areas, seeing nature’s cathedral

being utterly trashed. I worked

for Forest and Bird between the

mid-1990s through to 2010 at the

time of the Timberlands beech

logging scheme. A Labour Government

stopped the scheme and

transferred the land to DOC and

it has been invaluable since. It

just showed the power of public

mobilisation to protect our rain

forest.

What are you most proud of?

That and the work for Forest

and Bird using the Resource

Management Act to have

stronger controls on indigenous

vegetation clearance and the

work on tenure reviews.

What were you doing before

you got into politics?

I did a law and history degree

at Auckland, and then studied

journalism at Canterbury University.

The law degree has been

really useful in not being scared

of legislation.

What do you think of Prime

Minister Jacinda Ardern?

Jacinda Ardern will be an outstanding

prime minister through

her leadership skills, analytical

skills and her empathy. It’s totally

genuine.

Why did you move to

Diamond Harbour?

When I stood for Environment

Canterbury, I said I would

move in if elected. In 2010, as it

was coming up to elections, the

former Minister for the Environment

Nick Smith and Local

Government Minister Rodney

Hide decided to axe 14 elected

councillors and installed commissioners.

The only time I have

felt welcome in ECan since then

was when the people occupied

the building in September. That’s

a priority, restoring democracy.

What do you like about living

there?

It’s on the base of Mt Herbert,

and being in the harbour you’re

basically looking across to dramatic

cliffs. It’s our volcanic heritage.

And it’s the people in the

community, they support each

other. It’s the same in Lyttelton.

Do you have any pets?

I used to have two cats, but

that was about 10 years ago. Living

in a place with bellbirds and

kereru, I appreciate seeing and

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Wednesday November 15 2017

News

Fisherman’s WharF

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a warm & friendly atmosphere over

looking the working port of Lyttelton.

We have a range of wonderful meal

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We serve only the freshest locally

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From our boats to your plate.

Now open for Breakfast Sat/Sun from

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Ph 328 7530

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CHEERS: Lyttelton Club car manager Cheryl Tozer

raises a toast to the club’s renovation which is now

underway. PHOTOS: GILBERT WEALLEANS AND

MARTIN HUNTER

Bringing Lyttelton Club back to life

• By Sarla Donovan

THE LYTTELTON Club, also

known as the TOP Club, is

getting a makeover.

Work started last week

on fixing and painting the

outside of the club, the first

stage of a thorough spruce-up

which club president Steve

Targus hopes will transform

its fortunes.

Mr Targus won’t say how

much the renovation is costing,

but it is expected to take

four to six months.

The club will stay open

throughout the work. Some of

the changes include gutting

the sports hall, redesigning

and refitting the sports bar,

repainting and reflooring.

The once-thriving club is

perched above the harbour on

Dublin St. Anyone can join for

$10 a year. It boasts incredible

views of the harbour, well

priced drinks and home-style

cooking.

So why isn’t it busier?

Back in the heyday of the

1970s and 80s, it was the social

hub of Lyttelton, hosting

dances and parties. Sports

teams met there after games

and it was a lively, busy place.

But in recent years, the club

has struggled to find a place

for itself, in spite of a brief

renaissance following the

February 22, 2011, earthquake,

when it was the first place in

Lyttelton to reopen.

When Mr Targus mooted a

name change on social media

recently, it prompted some

wry comments.

Said one comment: “What’s

wrong with ‘Lamb and Hayward

Waiting Room?’”

Another rather unkindly

said it was the “Lyttelton Retirement

Home”.

All of them suggest the

Lyttelton Club has a bit of an

image problem. However, Mr

Targus is hoping the planned

renovations will help turn

around the club’s fortunes.

He wants it to become the

social centre of the community

again.

Long-time club member

Kirsty Macnab is positive

about the club’s future.

“It’s got a good heart and

a great future. Lots of young

people are becoming active

club members now; Lyttelton

has gentrified a bit and part of

the repair is to make it more

appealing (to that group.)”

“I want it to be a warm and

welcoming place where all

sorts of people can come in

and enjoy themselves.”

Christchurch’s new Memorial Avenue Gateway Bridge

is open to traffic but we are not finished yet!

There will be speed restrictions and other traffic management on and around the bridge

over the next few months while the project team lay the final road surface and carry out

other work to complete the Russley Road Upgrade.

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

the correct lane to get to your destination. Thanks for your patience and understanding.

More information www.nzta.govt.nz/russley-road

Russley Road upgrade


Wednesday November 15 2017

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Community shed plan for

old Heathcote library site

A NEW community shed

planned for Heathcote

could go on the former

library site at 8 Martindales

Rd.

Heathcote Valley

Community Association

committee member

Jackie Foulkes said a survey

showed most residents

favoured the site as it was

easily accessible, close to

the community centre and

central to walk to.

The former library was

demolished following

the February 22, 2011,

earthquake, and the site is

currently vacant.

City council staff are

looking into the suitability

of the location and will report

back to the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board.

Local resident Keith

Jenkins is behind the shed

idea.

He’s organised a public

meeting to discuss the

setting up of the shed, and

to answer questions from

interested parties.

A regional representative

of the New Zealand Menz

Shed executive will be present

to explain how various

styles of shed perform.

The meeting is set to take

place on Tuesday, 6.30-

8.30pm, at the Heathcote

Community Centre.

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Bealey Ave

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YEAR 5 and 6 pupils at Mt

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As part of the process, the

school held a Dragons Den

session, which featured a

couple of staff members as

well as parents.

Groups were given the

opportunity to pitch their

ideas for the market day,

which will be held on

Thursday, December 7. It was

an interesting and challenging

activity for all involved, with

plenty of learnings taking

place.

Some groups had their

initial ideas successfully

approved, while others had to

make some adjustments before

receiving the green light to

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A member of the Crafty

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“We had to work hard to

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a pitch to the Dragons Den,

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Build up for NZ champs on song

SPORTS

IN RHYTHM: Jess Fahey finished

fifth in her 1500m heat at last

year’s national championships. ​

FOUR YOUNG Sumner

athletes continued their

build up to the New Zealand

secondary school track

and field championships in

Hastings next month.

Jess Fahey, 18, Meg Fahey, 18,

Abby Theobald, 16, and Victoria

Wells, 16, all competed at

the Canterbury Athletics senior

inter-club meet at Timaru’s

Aorangi Stadium last week.

At the national championships,

they will represent their

respective schools. The Fahey

twins attend Marion College,

while both Wells and Theobald

attend St Margaret’s College.

All four produced promising

times in their respective events

in Timaru.

Meg Fahey competed in the

2000m steeplechase, finishing

in a time of 9min 17.25sec. Jess

Fahey ran the 1500m in 5min

3.10sec.

Theobald competed in the

800m and finished in 2min

37.37sec, while Fahey ran the

400m in 1min 2.10sec.

Both the Fahey twins and

Wells competed at last year’s

national championships in

Wellington.

Preparing for one of their

biggest meetings of the year has

come with challenges. With

Nga Puna Wai not being completed

till next year, the athletes

have only one more Saturday of

MULTI-TALENTED: Victoria

Wells (above) will compete in

a number of different sprint

and hurdle events at the

national championships next

month, while Abby Theobald

will compete at the event in

Hastings for the first time.

inter-club competition scheduled

on an all-weather track

before the championships.

While training for the national

championships, they are

also sitting their NCEA exams.

The New Zealand secondary

school track and field championships

takes place in Hastings

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SPORTS

Ben Shaw looks to move the ball against Belfast. Matt Little (right)

turns on the pace as he finds himself in space.

PHOTOS: ROZELLE MAY

Sumner’s Tom Ziolo eyes up a gap as he picks up the ball from a scrum.

Sumner players stay in

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• By Gordon Findlater

A NUMBER of Sumner Rugby

Club players have been keeping

in shape over the off-season by

competing in the Spring Sevens

Cup at Hoon Hay Park.

The cup was held over three

weekends, with each weekend

contested as its own tournament.

Sumner had mixed results

over the three tournaments and

were runners-up in the shield

final on Saturday. The team lost

all three of their pool games to

University 17-19, Prebbleton

7-27, and Shirley 7-42.

They then prevailed against

Lyttelton 28-14 in the shield

semi-final to qualify for the

final against Belfast. The game

went down to the final whistle,

with Sumner fighting back from

a deficit. However, it wasn’t

enough, eventually going down

24-29. The Sumner sevens side

was made up from several of the

club’s 15-man teams, including

the division one, division two

and colts sides.

The players that turned out

for Sumner at Hoon Hay Park

will now get a well earned rest

leading up to Christmas before

pre-season training starts in

January.

Matt Little does a dance

after scoring a try.

Local plumbers offering

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Christchurch earthquakes, damage to underground

pipes is still becoming apparent, says

the team at Laser Plumbing Christchurch

East, who are based in Ferrymead.

As they point out, homeowners can

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Properties built before the 1970s are

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Wednesday November 15 2017

Sumner’s Samuela Tawake surveys his options.

Josh Loader rises high to win a lineout against Shirley.

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

• By Gordon Findlater

A QUICK fire 74 from Dan Vann

saw Sumner end a two-game losing

streak and keep their title hopes

alive in the Metro Senior A oneday

competition.

The Sumner stalwart blasted 74

off just 67 deliveries, as wickets fell

around him, to get his side through

to a first innings total of 160 in

their 15-run victory over New

Brighton at St Leonards Square on

Saturday.

Sumner struggled to put together

any partnerships of substance

with only two batsman in the top

six – Ethan Vickery (24) and Paul

Russell (13) – managing to reach

double figures.

Batting at number seven, Vann

came in with the score at 59/5, and

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fall in the 43rd over.

Vann was well supported by No

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run eighth wicket partnership.

Sumner’s second inning defence

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New Brighton eventually rebuilt

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over, requiring just 23 runs for

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However, Sumner’s bowlers

had the final say with the last two

wickets falling for just seven runs

as they sealed the 15-run win.

Captain Johnny Beveridge was

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BAY HARBOUR

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Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10am-noon

Join in these friendly craft

sessions. Bring 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 the same

time. First class is half price.

Redcliffs Bowling Club, James

St, Redcliffs. $6

Strength ’n’ Stretch Class

Wednesday, 6-7pm

For women in their fab fifties

and beyond. Enjoy a whole body

workout at a medium level which

includes exercise to music, circuit

stations and more. First class

is half price.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $10

Email: sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Enjoy company and creativity

at the weekly Create ‘n’ Connect

art and craft group. Bring your

own project or just go along and

get some inspiration. $3

per session. Phone Beth for

more information, ph 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

JP Clinic

Saturday, 10am-noon

A Justice of the Peace will be

available to witness signatures

and documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations as

well as sign citizenship, sponsorship

or rates rebates applications.

There is no charge for this

service.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre, 37 Nayland St

Art at the Bird

Saturday, 11am

Celebrate local creativity at this

two-day exhibition which opens

on Saturday. There’s photography,

painting origami, pottery, fabric

art, carving, stained glass and

more for sale. Cash only.

Birdlings Flat Community Centre,

157 Poranui Beach Rd

Sumner Playgroup

Monday, 9.30-11.30am

For children aged up to five

years and their caregivers. Different

areas of play include arts/

crafts, dress up, constructive play,

outdoor/physical play weather

permitting. Morning tea for

adults and children provided.

Cost $3 for adult and child, $2

for additional child.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre, 37 Nayland St

Babytimes

Tuesday 10.30-11am

Encourage your baby’s learning

through language. Babytimes

involves interactive activities,

such as rhymes, songs, stories

and play.

Matuktuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Storytimes

Tuesday 11-11.30am, Wednesday

10.30-11am

The Banks

Peninsula Walking

Festival continues

this weekend. Get

off the beaten track

and explore parts

of the peninsula

not usually open to

the public. Visit new

reserves and see

projects in progress

with local guides

to lead, inform and

inspire you along

the way. There are

a range of walks

at different times

on Saturday and

Sunday. To book

a place on one

of them, see the

walking festival

listing on Eventfinda

or ph Sue on 021

0417 402.

Encourage learning through a

love for stories. Storytimes is a

free, interactive programme.

Lyttelton Library, Tuesday and

Matuktuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre on Wednesday

Markets

Lyttelton Farmers Market:

Saturday, 10am-1pm, London St.

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

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Akaroa Farmers Market:

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Sumner Market: Sunday,

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Tickets $35

(fees apply)


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BAY HARBOUR

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

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Wednesday November 15 2017

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 27

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BAY HARBOUR

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

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*Coffee Table not included

Vermont 3+2 Seater Suite

Restrained and sophisticated, this suite flaunts a subtle mid-century

modern design that will give your living space the fresh new look you need.

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*Coffee Table not included

$500

$1998

was $2498

now only

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$200

Riley 2 Seater Lounge Range

The Riley Lounge suite will add the perfect modern

touch to your home. Combining contemporary style,

comfort and quality this lounge offers amazing value

for money.

was $899

now only

$699

Zen Barstools & Dining Chairs

The contemporary

Jackson Barstool adds

a kick of mid-century

modern style to any

dining space. It features

a beautifully curved

cushioned back and

seat along with long

tapered legs in a light

beechwood finish.

This counter-height

stool is upholstered in

your choice of fabric,

choose from Grey or

Beige.

Jackson Barstools

With a strong polypropylene ylene shell and oak

coloured plywood legs, the Zen barstool is

a simple addition to any home adding in

clean, modern lines.

was $159

now only

$119

ea

was $155

The Zen range is one of our most

versatile chairs complimenting a large

variety of furniture styles to easily create

a gorgeous new mix and match set.

now only

$120

ea

was $149

now only

$99

ea

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$400

Also available in

Charcoal & Mint.

Soho 3+2 Seater Lounge Suite

$1398

was $1798

curves, the Soho is a delightful collection that reinvents mid-century style.

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The Soho features clean, modern lines with tapered block legs, a gorgeous

design packaged in a compact shape. With accent button-tufting and subtle

800mm Round Table + 4 Chairs

Eames 5 Piece Dining Set

This contemporary setting is a compact set that

is suitable for both studio and apartment living.

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$100

was $399

now only

$299

Sofia Chaise Sofa

This Sofa includes a chaise, low

arms and exposed solid

wooden legs in a red walnut

finish. It flaunts a plush fabric

upholstery, attached seat

cushions, and easy zippered

access to re-shape and wash

covers as needed.

Also available in Beige.

$1499

was $1899

now only

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$400

Carson 5 Piece

Dining Set

This 800mm Square

Dining Table has sa

modern white top with

legs made from solid

Oak. Dining Chairs

also available le in white.

800mm Square

Table + 4 Chairs

was $659

now only

$549

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$110

Panama Living Collectionon

This contemporary setting is a compact set that

is suitable for both studio and apartment living.

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SAVINGS!

Lamp Table

was $299

now only $249

2 Drawer Coffee Table

was $699

now only $499

2 Drawer Hall Table

was $599

now only $4999

Low Bookcase

was $499

now only $399

Lamp Table

2 Drawer Coffee Table

2 Door TV Unit

2 Door TV Unit

was $799

now only $599

2 Drawer Bookcase

was $899

now only $699

3 Drawer, 2 Door Buffet

was $1199

now only $999

3 Drawer, 2 Door Buffet

2 Drawer Hall Table Low Bookcase 2 Drawer Bookcase

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