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AWOL: Santa is handcuffed in a scene from the film Kiwi Christmas. ​

Governors Bay link

with Santa movie

• By Sarla Donovan

GOVERNORS BAY film director Tony

Simpson has just finished making the

world’s first Kiwi family Christmas

movie.

Kiwi Christmas has a special

screening for friends and family at

Hollywood Cinema in Sumner this

Sunday before opening nationwide on

November 30.

The movie tells the story of how

Santa, frustrated by the materialism of

Christmas, goes ‘awol’ from the North

Pole and crash lands at a camp ground

in New Zealand where he is adopted by

a camping family.

•Turn to page 6

KIWI-STYLE: Director Tony Simpson (left) and

editor Scott Flyger are excited about the release of

the new movie.

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• By Sarla Donovan

HEATHCOTE Valley residents

and the city council are at

loggerheads over the $860,000

repair to their local community

centre.

Heathcote Valley Community

Association committee member

Jackie Foulkes said the building

was opened in December last

year but it’s not warm enough.

“The heating isn’t sufficient.

There are only overhead heaters

and it doesn’t warm up in the

winter. It needs a timer or some

heat pumps. People won’t want

to hire the space out if it’s

freezing cold. It’s not fit for

purpose.”

Mrs Foulkes said as well as poor

heating, the wooden deck swells

in winter when it is wet and the

doors out onto the deck can’t be

opened.

She also said that if there

are any more than two plugs

being used at any one time in

the kitchen, the power shorts

out.

“We’re really concerned that

the building will soon be over a

year old and at that point I don’t

know if we will have any recourse.

We really need to get it fit for

purpose,” she said.

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DESK News..................................... 3-11

GOOD NEWS on the bid by

Governors Bay residents to have

the Dyers Pass Rd speed limit

lowered (see page 3).

It’s been a while coming but

after Bay Harbour News articles,

the city council has set the

wheels turning for change.

But it will take time.

The city council has announced

it will put the matter

out for public consultation, look

at the results of that consultation

and, if the majority say yes

to lowering the speed limit, it

will then come into force.

Consultation is the word

that gets in the way of effecting

change for the better in my

view.

There’s no problem with it

depending on the situation,

but do our public figures really

need to consult on something

like this issue?

In a word: No.

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Schools......................... ...17

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Wednesday November 22 2017

News

Speed limit may drop

Progress on

Dyers Pass Rd

campaign

• By Sarla Donovan

GOVERNORS BAY resident

Rosie Belton is pleased the Dyers

Pass Rd speed limits could be

lowered to 60km/h.

The well-known author has

been a vocal campaigner on road

safety issues,

including

speeding

vehicles and

boy racer

activity in

Governors

Rosie Belton

Bay.

The city

council

is currently seeking public

feedback on a proposal to

change the speed limit on Dyers

Pass Rd, from its intersection

with Governors Bay Rd to the

Sign of the Takahe.

Currently the speed limit

along that stretch of the road

varies between 50km/h and

100km/h.

Under the proposal put

forward the variable speed

limits would be changed to

one consistent speed limit of

60km/h.

Ms Belton said it was

“fantastic” news. “That’ll be

brilliant. But I expect lots of

people will complain, including

locals,” she said.

About 180 accidents have been

recorded over the past decade

along that stretch of Dyers Pass

Rd, resulting in one fatality and

14 serious injuries.

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“Loss of control due to

inappropriate speeds into bends

and risky overtaking account

for a concerning number of the

reported accidents,’’ said city

council transport operations

manager Aaron Haymes.

“To improve safety we are

proposing a new speed limit of

60km/h. We are also proposing

to add double yellow no passing

lines and two new slow vehicle

bays.’’

Mr Haymes says the aim of

DANGER:

A lower

speed

limit is

expected

to reduce

the

number

of crashes

on Dyers

Pass Rd.

the double yellow lines was to

keep motorists on their side of

the road. Motorists are legally

able to cross double yellow lines

to pass cyclists if they are able to

do so safely.

Public feedback is open until

December 18. Visit www.ccc/

haveyoursay

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Is a

60km/h speed limit a good

idea? Email your views to

sarla.donovan@starmedia.

kiwi

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There is currently no pathway

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Main Rd, which means pedestrians

have to cross the road

to access the pathway on the

north side. The pathway has

been out of action since the

February 22, 2011, earthquake

rendered it unusable.

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health of Lyttelton Harbour.

Public meetings about the

plan take place tonight from

5.30-7.30 at the Governors

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Wednesday November 22 2017

News

• By Sarla Donovan

ACCOMMODATION activities

at a Sumner house are being

investigated by the city council

for the second time this year.

The property at 58 Marriner

St is owned by property investor

Denis Harwood – a prominent

objector to the proposed Levis

skate park across the road.

The city council has found

potential non-compliances with

the District Plan relating to

short-term guest accommodation

activities at the site.

“We have provided guidance

to the occupant in relation to

District Plan requirements for

these activities and we are currently

working with the owner to

achieve voluntary compliance,”

city council head of regulatory

compliance Tracey Weston said.

In March this year, following

complaints from residents,

including two about noise, the

city council shut down an illegal

hostel being operated from the

property by a tenant, Julian Bell.

A resource consent is required

if a property is to be run as a

hostel.

Mr Harwood said he had

been out of the country for

the past two months and had

not been contacted by the city

council about any non-compliant

activity at the property.

He said the house was managed

by a property management

company and it had not been in

touch with any concerns.

Residents spoken to at the

property by Bay Harbour News

yesterday said there were three

shared rooms with four to five

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RELAX: Ray, 22, from the United States, is currently living at

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beds in each and two private

rooms.

Robert Shulz from Germany

had lived there for several

months, along with seven others.

He said he paid $130 a week for

a bed in a shared room and enjoyed

living at the property.

He said the property wasn’t a

hostel and he was not aware of

any compliance problems.

A woman who lives in a

neighbouring property, who

did not want to be named, told

Bay Harbour News the current

tenants “seemed pretty good”

compared with some of the

people who had lived at the

property previously.

In 2015, Mr Harwood argued

strongly that the skate park

should not go ahead on the

Esplanade, because he planned

to build a five-star apartment

complex at 58 Marriner St and

had concerns over noise and

safety if there was a skate park

opposite.

The development, for which

consent has yet to be lodged

with the city council, is listed

as an anchor project in the city

council’s Sumner Village Centre

Master Plan.

BAY HARBOUR

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Fire rages, homes at risk

MALTWORKS VILLAGE

The first owners and tenants

have taken up residence

in the new village on the

former Maltworks site

in Heathcote Valley. The

lifestyle villas for people

aged over 55 are being

developed by property

company PLC Group.

Thirteen villas have been

completed and a further two

are under construction. A

clubhouse for the village is

expected to gain resource

consent early next year. Sixty

five villas and townhouses

are planned for the

completed development.

LYTTELTON SINGER

Lyttelton recording artist

Aldous Harding’s acclaimed

second album Party has been

named album of the year by

Rough Trade shops, a group

of independent record stores

in the United Kingdom

and the United States. The

celebrated singer-songwriter

is set to celebrate the win

with a special in-store

performance at Rough Trade

East, London, tomorrow.

She is scheduled to perform

in Christchurch on

November 30.

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News

Church Bay

road one lane

until February

• By Sarla Donovan

IT WILL be February before

slip-damaged Marine Drive in

Church Bay is restored back to

two-lane traffic.

A mother and daughter had a

lucky escape after a landslide hit

their home on September 2.

The slip pushed a set of double

garages down the hill, taking out

part of the road and the house.

Since that time, the road has

been reduced to one lane.

City council planning and delivery

transport manager Lynette

Ellis said contractors would start

work before Christmas, with

completion “anticipated” in late

February.

“Following the slip, geotechnical

investigations and a detailed

design for repairs was undertaken,

and the works were tendered,”

Ms Ellis said.

The awarding of the tender was

“imminent,” she said.

Ms Ellis said the road would

not be fully closed at any stage.

“The intention is for the road

to remain open at all times,

however, it will be restricted to

one way flow under the control of

traffic lights, as it is at present.”

Governors Bay link with Santa film

•From page 1

Meanwhile, the Coastguard

think an illegal alien has come in

to the country so they go under

cover at the camp.

The family has to save Santa

from the Coastguard and then

convince him to go back to the

North Pole and complete his

duties.

Co-written with Andy Gunn

(brother of Jason Gunn) Mr

Simpson said the idea came

during one of his own family’s

Christmas camping trips to

Totaranui in the Abel Tasman

National Park, where his children

wondered if Santa would be able

to find them at the camp ground.

Although it is not

autobiographical, Mr Simpson

said the film was quintessentially

Kiwi, unlike most other

Christmas movies which were set

in the Northern Hemisphere.

“Kiwi Christmas is our very

own family Christmas film,” Mr

Simpson told the Bay Harbour

News.

It has taken four years to

make, which was a “fairly quick

turnaround” for a feature film,

he said.

Both Mr Simpson and his

editor Scott Flyger live in

Governors Bay, which you might

think would be a bit

far from the filmmaking action.

But he said the first couple of

years were taken up with getting

the script written and the finance

and distribution organised.

“You can live pretty much

anywhere because you can do so

much of that over the internet. I

was away for about three months

making the film in Auckland.

What was good this time was

that Scott happened to live in

the bay and the sound editor

Chris Sinclair has a studio in

Christchurch. So I didn’t have to

travel to do post production.’’

Most of the cast and crew lived

in Auckland so filming took

place just north of Orewa Beach,

with funding from the New

Zealand Film Commission.

Mr Simpson said he wanted to

make a movie that would appeal

to families around the world,

and give kiwis the chance to see

themselves on the big screen.

“We’ll finally have something

personal to watch at Christmas

time and create a new family

tradition with something that

reflects the magic of that time of

year, Kiwi-style.”

It’s the second film Mr

Simpson has made with Mr

Gunn.

The two worked together on

2012s Kiwi Flyer, inspired by

the Nelson Trolley Derby which

was an institution in the Nelson

community where Mr Simpson

grew up.

He shifted to Governors Bay

with his wife Helen nine years

ago, just after their third child

was born.

“It’s a lovely community and

I particularly like the dramatic

landscape with the towering

hillside and the ever-changing

harbour.

I’m looking forward to summer

and getting the boat out and

heading over to Quail Island.”

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News

•From page 1

But city council capital

delivery community

manager Darren Moses

said all “contractual

defects” had been

remedied at the

centre.

“City council staff

will be meeting

with the operators

of the facility

shortly to discuss

management of the

community centre,”

he said.

Heathcote Ward city

councillor Sara Templeton

Sara

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said the city council may

have to remedy some of the

issues.

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contractors have

done what they’ve

been asked but due

to the design, it’s

not fit for purpose.

It may that the city

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to make sure that

the building is fit

for purpose. I’m

working on that at the

moment.”

Mrs Foulkes said it

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She said it was important

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Stonemasons start on Timeball

• By Sarla Donovan

STONEMASONS will start

work tomorrow on Lyttelton’s

iconic Timeball Tower as its

rebuild picks up pace.

They will start installing the

exterior stonework this week

using stones from the original

structure where possible, said

Heritage New Zealand general

manager Nick Chin.

A small group of workers

have been stationed at the

Ferrymead site where the

stones are stored, cleaning

and preparing them for the

stonemasons to use.

Wellington firm Bosworth

Stone won the contract for the

stonework, which is expected

to take until March to complete.

Two stonemasons will be on

site and will have helpers at

various times.

Meanwhile, the first

concrete pour – up to the

first floor of the reinforced

concrete walls – will also take

place this week.

Mr Chin said everything is

“on track and on budget” for

an April completion date.

The $2.8 million restoration

project has been funded

by a $1.3 million Lotteries

grant; $1.1 million grant from

charitable trust, Landmark;

PROGRESS: Repairs to Lyttelton’s Timeball Tower are picking up pace, with stonemasons

due to start work on the site tomorrow. The aim is to restore the tower which stood tall

against the harbour hills before the February 22, 2011, earthquake.

and $325,000 from Stout

Trust, Holcim Cement, Parkinson

Memorial Trust and

the Mainland Foundation,

said Mr Chin. The insurance

payout funded the demolition

costs.

Community members

have driven the campaign to

rebuild the landmark and they

would be acknowledged and

celebrated at an opening ceremony

when the Timeball was

completed. The landscaping

will eventually be restored as

much as possible to its original

state, with new information

boards on site which will display

the Timeball’s history.

It is one of only 15 left in the

world and the only one to have

undergone a post-earthquake

restoration.

When completed, the tower

will once again overlook the

harbour and township, with

Fire rages, homes at risk

the Timeball dropping at 1pm

each day.

•Hawkins Construction

and Heritage New

Zealand are sharing the

cost of a time-lapse

camera which is capturing

progress of the build every

10min from 6.30am to

5.30pm. To view progress

on the project, visit

http://lytteltontimeball.

projectstory.co.nz/

Be a change maker.

Have your say on the future

of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour.

Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu,

Environment Canterbury, Christchurch City Council,

and Lyttelton Port Company have been working

together to develop a catchment management plan

for the future of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour.

This plan belongs to the community and we want

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

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

think about our draft plan.

The draft plan will be available for the public

to provide feedback to us from 13th November

until 4th December.

Visit www.healthyharbour.org.nz to view

the draft plan and have your say, or for more

information visit us at one of the following hubs.

Information Hubs

Wednesday 22nd November 5.30 - 7.30:

Governors Bay Community Centre,

Cresswell Avenue, Governors Bay

Thursday 23rd November 5.30 - 7.30:

Charteris Bay Yacht Club,

Marine Drive, Charteris Bay

Friday 24th November 5.30 – 7.30:

Diamond Harbour Community Hall,

Waipapa Avenue, Diamond Harbour

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Wednesday November 22 2017

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News

Redcliffs School farewells

old site at Sunday carnival

A CENTURY after it opened on

Main Rd, Redcliffs School’s old

campus will be farewelled this

weekend.

The school has permission

from the Ministry of Education

to hold its annual fair on the

original Main Rd

site in a “celebration

of community

spirit”.

Principal Rose

McInerney has

put the call out to

Rose

McInerney

past pupils, staff

and the wider

community to support

the school in

fundraising for the new campus,

scheduled to open across the

road at Redcliffs Park in 2019.

“There are an extraordinary

number of people who got in behind

us and helped fight to keep

our school open and return the

school to its community. We’d

like to invite everyone involved

to come along and say goodbye

to our old school site and buildings

and celebrate new beginnings

– a brand new Redcliffs

School over the road in 2019,” Ms

McInerney said.

Redcliffs School opened in

1907 following the construction

of the causeway allowing electric

trams through from the city.

The first school fair was held

at Easter in 1947 and the first

spring fair was held in September

1952, when funds were raised

to purchase a typewriter for the

school’s office.

Ms McInerney said it was now

Redcliffs School’s main fundraiser

and a vital source of income.

In preparation for the fair, volunteers

have put in hundreds of

hours tidying the school grounds

and clearing and cleaning the old

school site buildings, which have

been vacant since 2011.

Teams of volunteers have been

dismantling, salvaging, selling

off and donating the school’s

fixtures and fittings to minimise

FAIR TIME:

The Redcliffs

School Fair

will be held

on the old

Main Rd site

for the final

time this

weekend. ​

waste ahead of its demolition.

Two working bees have taken

place, including preparation for

a load of school equipment to be

shipped to Vanuatu as part of a

Pacific Pathways charity initiative.

Organiser Zoe Fidler said the

fair was one of the biggest in

Christchurch, with more than

5000 people expected to attend.

“It is a fun-filled day for the

whole family featuring carnival

rides, white elephant stall,

food stalls, good old-fashioned

sideshows, crafts, plants, sweets,

cakes, toys, clothes, books and

more,” said Mrs Fidler.

•The Redcliffs School Fair

will be held on Sunday from

11am-3pm.

Council closes the book

on bid to staff Sumner

library over weekends

• By Sarla Donovan

THE CITY council has been

criticised for building a library

in Sumner that it can’t afford to

staff on weekends.

The Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

has asked city council staff to

investigate whether

extended opening

hours were possible

after residents

complained about

its limited weekend

times.

The library is

currently only

open from 10am-

1pm on Saturday

and is closed on

Sunday.

But city council

staff have advised

board members

that “owing to the current

financial climate, libraries are

unable to increase the level of

service”.

Sumner Residents’

Association spokeswoman

Kimberley Mossman said the

city council should have built

a cheaper library and ensured

there was money left over to

staff it adequately.

It was frustrating the city

council hadn’t gone for a

“smaller, more affordable library

and had more money in the

kitty to staff it”, Ms Mossman

said.

Sumner Centre: Matukutuku

Takotako cost $10

million to build. As well

as the library, it includes

meeting rooms, a

community hall and a

museum.

Heathcote Ward

city councillor Sara

Templeton said the

board had asked city

council staff to come

back with some options,

Kimberley

but that was not what it

Mossman had been given.

“A simple ‘no’ is

disappointing. I’m sure that

with some more creative and

out-of-the-box thinking, and

community involvement, a

solution can be found.”

Cr Templeton said she would

be raising the issue again at the

board’s fortnightly meeting

today.

Our pre-Christmas exhibition is once again an allwoman

gathering of multi-media artists. Whimsical

takes on personal themes, each of these artists

serve us their ‘Signature Dish’.

The exhibition runs for three weeks finishing

18th of December, giving plenty of time to wrap a

Christmas gift for someone very special.

Lisa Grennell’s work is whimsical, much like a

child’s imagination. Designed to make the viewer

smile and think of their own childhood,

whilst questioning contemporary society

and its impact on the environment. ‘The

Simple Life’ is inspiration for this new

work.

Blanche Fryer’s work for this exhibition

has been inspired by the anthropomorphic

interpretation of the inner life of fish.

“We hear of horse whisperers, canine

communicators, mammal channelling,

but you never hear of a yarn with a fish, excepting

if there is a hook on the end. It has been really

enjoyable creating these characters and also

playing with a few different glazes.”

Jane Downes pieces ‘Dwell’, a continuation of her

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Blanche Fryer’s anthropomorphic interpretation

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Amy Hoedemakers, “I used sketches from walking

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Call for more to be

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• By Sarla Donovan

NOT ENOUGH is being

done to tidy up the

Beachville Rd esplanade,

the Redcliffs Residents

Association says.

Association secretary

Pat McIntosh wrote to city

council infrastructure rebuild

liaison manager Ross

Herrett last month about

the unfinished landscaping

and “unsightly” overgrown

grass next to the new $4.6

milion seawall.

After the Bay Harbour

News published an article

about the issue earlier

this month city council

contractors mowed the

weed-ridden area a few

days later.

But Dr McIntosh says

matters they raised in the

letter to the city council

still haven’t been addressed,

including replacing

damaged picnic tables

and resowing bare patches

of land.

And the tables which

were there previously were

removed from the area

during construction of the

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GONE: The Redcliffs Residents Association would

like to see new picnic tables installed along the

Beachville Rd esplanade to replace the broken ones

which have been removed.

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Dr McIntosh said she has

asked the city council for

replacements but was told

it was up to the Coastal

Pathway Group.

However, they were short

of money and had other

priorities, she said.

CPG chairman Scott

Babington said they had

applied for funds for

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Learn lessons from passive resistance

Fire rages, homes at risk

The lessons

of Parihaka

are ones we

should take

forward with

us as a nation,

writes MP for

Port Hills Ruth Dyson

Every year on November 5

there is a small but powerful

gathering of people in the

Lyttelton Rose Garden which

surrounds the old Lyttelton

jail, to commemorate Parihaka

Day.

This significant and dark day

in our history is far more worthwhile

commemorating than Guy

Fawkes.

On this day in 1881, there was

an armed invasion by Crown

troops and militia of the small

Taranaki Māori settlement

of Parihaka. Confronting the

armed invasion on that day on

the local marae, 2500 unarmed

adults, including their leaders,

the Christian pacifist prophets

Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu

Kakahi, sat waiting.

The armed soldiers were

made to walk past rows of singing

children and past rows of

hundreds of women, to where

the men waited. The two leaders,

along with 634 others, were

arrested and led away. In spite of

the extreme aggravation, no one

responded with violence.

In the days that followed, 1600

people were forcibly dispersed,

houses and crops were razed,

women raped and animals

slaughtered. The settlement of

Parihaka was totally destroyed

but there was still no violent

resistance.

In spite of not having lifted a

finger to oppose the invasion, Te

Whiti and Tohu were charged

with sedition. Both were found

guilty and sent to Addington

Prison, where they served for 16

months.

Others were sent without trial

to prisons in Wellington, Hokitika,

Lyttelton, Ripapa Island in

Lyttelton Harbour and Dunedin.

Many did not survive the harsh

conditions.

This campaign of non-violent

resistance preceded those of

Gandhi and Martin Luther

King and should be recognised

internationally as amongst the

first.

We should start with recognition

of these events in our own

country. We are a small and

comparatively young nation but

many are totally ignorant of our

own history.

The lessons of Parihaka of

passive resistance, peaceful

non-violence and coexistence are

lessons we should carry forward

with us as a nation.

JAILED: Quarantine buildings on Ripapa Island in Lyttelton

Harbour were used to imprison members of the Taranaki Maori

settlement of Parihaka. ​

Paid parental leave needs

to evolve and be flexible

National List

MP Nuk Korako

questions

whether paid

parental leave

is flexible

enough for

parents in the

community

Who might be affected by

changes to paid parental leave in

the local area? Working parents

with newborns and young

children and local businesses.

There are so many challenges

when we arrive home with our

gorgeous little bundle of baby.

It can be bewildering to say the

least and without flexibility the

people in our community who

have the least ability to take time

off from work will be the most

affected.

The Government plans to

extend paid parental leave to 22

weeks from July 1, 2018, with an

increase to 26 weeks from July 1,

2020. I am very happy with the

extension to 22 weeks for our local

families.

The National Party extended

paid parental leave from 15 to 18

weeks with the intention to continue

to extend PPL to 22 weeks

as it is good for families.

What I am concerned about

is the missed opportunity by

this Government to seek public

consultation from people in our

Port Hills electorate, even though

it has seven months until it comes

into effect.

I would like to see more

flexibility so that families who

may not have the means or the

ability to take leave at the same

time, can do so as they should

have the same rights as the

people who do have the means to

do so.

Having four children, my wife

Chris and I have discussed this at

length and I share the same view

as Chris and those local people

I’ve spoken to, and that is that

PPL is an important opportunity

for New Zealand families but it

needs to continue to evolve as

there are situations that require

two parents to be at home.

Two good examples highlighted

to me by locals are not being able

to drive for up to six weeks after

a caesarean birth and post natal

depression.

I believe that it is critical to

support parents in our community

in those early months and I

acknowledge that there are situations

that require two parents to

be at home, so it is vital that there

is flexibility to address that.

PPL is a great opportunity

for New Zealand families and it

needs to continue to evolve with

more consideration and public

feedback.

We said:

Banks Peninsula

Community Board members

have been told almost half

of freedom campers don’t

pay their fines

You said:

Sam Stoner – Same as

any fine. Give it to someone

from another country they’ll

just go home and never pay it.

Make them pay then and there

or all their stuff gets

impounded.

Pete Hustwick – It’s all

really quite simple. You clamp

them. And when the fine is paid

in full in cash, then they can get

under way again. It would only

take a few for the word to get

around. We are way too nice in

this country.

Candice Johnson

– Passport information should

be taken, and should be flagged

if they try and leave without

paying. Tourists are having a

laugh at how soft NZ is.

Tiffany Cavanaugh –We

can’t leave the country without

paying our fines, tourists

shouldn’t be able to either.

Carl de Malmanche – How

stupid bureaucratic NZ is that

they even thought they would.

These are foreigners, not Kiwis.

When they walk away they don’t

have to look back. They travel

through countries with much

harsher and stricter rules so NZ

is such a milksop compared to

what they’re used to. How many

other countries would be stupid

enough to expect foreigners to

pay when they can just exit out

of their jurisdiction.

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Sumner’s next generation on track

SPORTS

SUMNER Running Club’s

juniors competed in the

quadrathon and ribbon meeting

at Rawhiti Domain on Saturday.

The quadrathon saw grade

10-14 athletes compete in four

disciplines across sprinting,

distance running, jumping and

throwing events.

The grade 7-9 ribbon event was

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Maddie Sharpe, 12, Jorja

Williams, 12, Aaron Clarke, 12,

and Benita Clarke all took part

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Meanwhile, Ruby Love-Smith

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by competing in the ribbon

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Aaron Clarke looked

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while Benita Clarke bolted

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Jorja Williams leaped

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Ruby Love-Smith and her brother, Leo, were all smiles with

their ribbons.

Heathcote bowlers blast Sumner to stay top of one-day table

• By Gordon Findlater

HEATHCOTE have maintained

their lead at the top of the Metro

A one-day cricket competition

with a commanding six-wicket

victory over Sumner at St

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Sumner batted first on their

home wicket, knowing a decent

total would be needed against

the competition’s leader, who

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Heathcote’s pace attack struck

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Sturgess and Knight were the

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In reply, Heathcote suffered a

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Dann Vann and Andrew

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Sumner.

However, their first innings

total was never going to be

enough, and Heathcote reached

the total in the 24th over to

secure a four wicket victory.

•Round nine on Saturday

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Tuesday, 4.30pm – 6pm

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the recently released Coastal

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staff working in natural hazards,

consents, civil defence and

emergency management will

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report findings.

Thursday at the Akaroa

Sports Pavilion, Tuesday at the

Diamond Harbour Memorial

Hall.

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Enjoy company and creativity

at the weekly create ’n’ connect

art and craft group. Take your

own project or just go along

and get some inspiration. $3 per

session. Phone Beth for more

information, 022 678 1252

St Andrews, 148 Main Rd,

Redcliffs

Mini Music

Thursday, 9.30am

Get your pre-schoolers rocking

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Church hall. Session costs $3

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Governors Bay House and

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Sunday, 10am-4pm

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Wednesday, November 29,

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The 50s Up Brass Band are

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hour of entertainment. Entry is

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Blast from the Past

Thursday, November 30, 10am-

3pm

A new event especially for

those aged 50-plus. Vulcan

railcar, tram and veteran car

rides, old time movies and

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are 11 gardens to explore in

the Sumner Garden Show

this weekend, along with

workshops on the art of

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and composting. Places in the

workshops are limited, email

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to register. Coffee and cake is

included in the ticket price and

there is an optional lunchbox

which can be ordered with

your ticket. Entry is $30 via

Eventfinda or ph 0800 289 849.

Sunday, 10am-4pm. Proceeds

go to Sumner School. ​

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listening jazz and the ukulele

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Lyttelton Farmers Market:

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Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

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Akaroa Farmers Market:

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Wednesday November 22 2017

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Wednesday November 22 2017

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 23

Curtains

www.curtainfabric-outlet.com

Fashion Designs & Colours

Discontinued Designs

End of Lines Bargain Prices

Call at Our Shop

CURTAIN FABRIC OUTLET

71 Hawdon St Sydenham

Ph 366-5026

Gardening

& Supplies

Landscape

and Garden

Services

If you need help

getting your garden

back in order after

repairs, need any

type of landscape

construction work or

garden restoration.

Ph 021 272 0303

Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Business for Sale

A RARE

OPPORTUNITY

IN THE

FERRYMEAD

AREA

We are looking for a motivated, energetic

and enthusiastic franchise owner for the

Ferrymead area (including Sumner, Redcliffs,

Mt Pleasant, Lyttelton, St Martin’s, Opawa,

Huntsbury).

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the chance to make a difference in your

community, join one of NZ’s fastest

growing franchises.

Price on Application.

Apply online to become a franchisee in

this growth sector.

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Caravans, Motorhomes

& Traliers

CARAVAN Or Poptop

wanted ph 027 306 6544

TRAILER Briford or

similar wanted ph 027 306

6544

Computer

Services

VIRUS REMOVAL AND

PC HEATH CHECK

$50.00

With free pick and delivery

within 10km of Redcliffs.

Phone Paul on 021495577.

Microsoft Certified Pro

with 25 years experience.

Visit www.seracnz.com

Computers

Gardening

& Supplies

A GARDEN OR

LANDSCAPING TIDY

UP? Shrub, hedge &

tree pruning, Lawns,

Gardening, consistently

reliable general property

upkeep, Dip. Hort. 10

yrs experience, One off

tidy ups or on-going

service. Nick’s Property

Maintenance. Keeping

your garden beautiful.

Free Quote. Ph. 942-4440

Holiday

Accommodation

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YOUR

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Ask for our SEASONAL

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To Let

HOMESITTERS

reqd Xmas 2-3 wks.

Lovely homes / pets. Ph

Lisa 359-2323 www.

townandcountryhomesit.

co.nz

Trades & Services

Trades & Services

Wakelin

excavations

experts in:

• House excavations

• Driveways

• Section clearing

• Landscaping

• Drainage

• Retaining walls

Ph 027 431 0771

ROOF

PAINTING

Rope & harness

a speciality,

no scaffolding

required,

30 years of

breathtaking

experience.

FREE QUOTES

Exterior staining,

exterior painting,

moss and mould

treatment and

waterblasting

Phone Kevin

027 561 4629

CARPET & Vinyl

lAying

Repairs, uplifting,

relaying, restretching,

E mail jflattery@xtra.

co.nz

ph 0800 003 181

or 027 2407416

COnCRETE CUTTing

Affordable Concrete

Cutting with Quality, and

removal work. Free quote.

No job to small. Phone 027

442-2219, Fax 359-6052

a/h 359- 4605

ElECTRiCiAn

JMP Electrical.

Experienced & registered..

Expert in all home

electrical repairs &

maintenance.Call James

027 4401715

gARDEnER

Need your home or

commercial garden tidied

up or renovated or require

long term assistance.

Phone Ruth 326-6663 or

021 272-0303

PAinTER/PlASTERER

Experienced tradesman,

quality work, free quotes,

ph Simon 027 389-1351 or

03 328-7280

PAinTER

Quality work, I stand by

Canterbury Ph Wayne

03 385-4348 or 027 274

3541

Your local professional

FOR ALL YOUR

PLUMBING

NEEDS

• Bathroom repairs

• Renovations

• Leaks

• Tap Repairs

• Gas and Drainage

Carol and Chris

Phone 376 5322 or email

chcheast@laserplumbing.co.nz

Trades & Services

PAinTER AVAilAblE

RAPID RESPONSE,

quality work guaranteed,

interior/exterior,

roofs, spraypainting,

waterblasting, ph Graeme

for a free quote, 027 318

2614

PAinTing SERViCES

Mature, reliable,

conscientious &

experienced, reasonable

rates, no job too small!,

call Ron 027 434-1400

PlASTERing inTERiOR

no job too big or too

small, specialise in repair

work & new houses, free

quotes given, over 20 yrs

plastering experience, ph

Peter 027 221-4066 or

384-2574

VHS ViDEO TAPES

& all camera tapes

converted to DVD, video

taping special occasions,

www.grahamsvideo.co.nz

ph 03 338-1655

WinDOW ClEAning

“Your Windows are the

eyes of your Home”, for

a free no obligation quote,

call Greg Brown, Crystal

Clear Window Cleaning

ph 384-2661 or 027 616-

0331 Local Resident

Wanted To Buy

GOOD PRICES PAID

For good, tidy furniture

and antiques. Buying one

item to estate lots.

Give Rick a call

021 376 883 or

347 4493

Public Notices

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

TT HOSPO LIMITED, (THE

LICENSEE, The Village Inn,

41B Nayland Street, Sumner,

Christchurch 8081), has made

application to the District

Licensing Committee at

Christchurch for the renewal

of ON-LICENCE RENEWAL in

respect of the premises situated

at 41B Nayland Street known as

THE VILLAGE INN.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

RESTAURANT CLASS 1.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is sold under the licence are:

MONDAY TO SUNDAY 10.00AM

TO 1.00AM THE FOLLOWING

DAY.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, Civic Offices, 77

Hereford Street, Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled to

object and who wishes to object

to the grant of the application

may, not later than 15 working

days after the date of the first

publication of this notice, file a

notice in writing of the objection

with the Secretary of the District

Licensing Committee, PO Box

73049, Christchurch 8154.

No objection to the renewal of a

licence may be made in relation

to a matter other than a matter

specified in section 131 of the

Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act

2012.

This is the first publication of

this notice.

Trades & Services

ELECTRICIAN

• Water heater repairs

• Alterations • New Housing

• Heatpump Installations

• Maintenance & Installations

• Commercial & Industrial

Ph: (03) 359 4523

Mob: 0274 333 458

dke@xtra.co.nz

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Don’t forget to

pre-order your

Christmas

Turkey

.

20 th to 26 th November 2017

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$

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kg

$

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pk

$

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ea

Sanitarium

Weet-Bix 1.2kg

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Fresh NZ Pork Leg Roast

(Excludes Free Range)

super deal

Hothouse Loose Tomatoes

super deal

Alpine Butter 500g

$

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kg

$

2 99

kg

$

5 49

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super deal

$

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ea

3 for

$

5 00

super deal

$

2 99

ea

Coke/Sprite/Fanta/

Lift/L&P 1.5L

Bluebird Original/Thick/

Thinly Cut Chips

140/150g

RJ’s Soft Licorice/

Family Bag

220-300g

super deal

DB Draught/Export Gold/Tui

24 x 330ml Bottles

super deal

super deal

$

30 99

pk

$

7 99

ea

$

1 89

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First Pick/

Riverstone

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690-700g

.

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Owned & operated

by locals

SuperValue Lyttelton: 17 London Street, Lyttelton. Phone 328 7368. Open 7am – 9pm, 7 days.

SuperValue Sumner: 3 Village Mall, Sumner. Phone 326 5688. Open 7am – 9pm, 7 days.

While stocks last at SuperValue Lyttelton and Sumner only.

We reserve the right to limit quantities. Trade not supplied.

Please drink

responsibly

all the Christmas inspiration you want at SuperValue.co.nz |

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