Bay Harbour: November 29, 2017

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HISTORY: Retired photographer Donald McKay grew up on Banks Peninsula

and often returned there to photograph the area. He recently gifted his

entire collection of photographic negatives to Akaroa Museum.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Photographic collection

reflects peninsula history

• By Sarla Donovan

A 30-YEAR record of life on Banks

Peninsula has been donated to the

Akaroa Museum.

Retired photographer Donald McKay

recently gifted his entire collection of

photographic negatives to the museum.

Museum collections manager

Daniel Smith said the images were an

important record of Banks Peninsula

life covering the years from about 1950

through to the 80s, a period which was

not well-represented in the museum’s

existing collection.

•Turn to page 8

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• By Sarla Donovan

HEATHCOTE COULD have a new

dairy by next year.

The suburb has been without

one since the February 22, 2011,

earthquake caused the closure of the

Port Hills Rd dairy.

The group responsible for the

Maltworks Villas development is

planning to lodge a consent before

Christmas for three retail outlets to

be built on Port Hills Rd.

PLC Group are building a lifestyle

village on the former Maltworks

site, comprising 65 villas and

townhouses.

They plan to build the shops

on the northern side of the

village and are actively seeking

tenants.

PLC Group spokeswoman

Michelle Tait said they had a

dairy that was interested in

taking on a shop tenancy. “We are

(also) pursuing interest for a cafe

tenant on the north end of the

shops.”

An online listing with real

estate agency Harcourts states the

shops are to be 103 sq m each (or

possibility of smaller floor space if

required) and “would ideally suit a

corner café, hairdresser, dairy and/

or associated businesses.”

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THE BAY Harbour area has lost another of

its stalwarts, Barry Kerr (see page 4).

Barry was a long-time firefighter in Sumner

and well known in other organisations

in the area.

Forty years ago he helped rescue two

students trapped on rocks between Sumner and Taylors Mistake

and was awarded a Royal Humane Society medal for his efforts.

Two of the students’ friends had drowned while trying to swim

across treacherous water.

Interestingly, Barry apparently never learned to swim so to

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• By Sarla Donovan

REMEDIATION work to fix

bare, grassless patches on the

Beachville Rd esplanade will

take place this week – but

funding is still being sought

for picnic tables and other

amenities.

The Redcliffs Residents

Association wrote to the

city council in October

about overgrown grass

and landscaping work left

unfinished after the Beachville

Rd seawall was completed.

A few days after the Bay

Harbour News published an

article about the issue earlier

this month, city council

contractors mowed the area

but the RRA said other

remediation work wasn’t done.

City council programme

director strategic support,

Carolyn Gallagher said last

Thursday the grassed area had

been too wet for vehicles to access

until recently.

“The contractor has a backlog

of similar work to address in

other areas of the city and it is

on his programme to complete

this month.”

She said further developments

were planned, and would

be based on a concept design

incorporating the coastal pathway,

which was approved by the

Hagley-Ferrymead Community

Board in 2015.

The development would be

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IMPROVEMENT: Concept plans for the Beachville Rd esplanade will be implemented once the Coastal Pathway Group has

raised the necessary funds. ​

Beachville Rd plans need funding

funded by the Coastal Pathway

Group from “external donations

and grants,” Ms Gallagher

said.

CPG chairman Scott Babington

said the group was currently

seeking funding to pay

for enhancements.

These would include planting,

pathway features, picnic

tables, seats, rubbish bins,

drinking fountains, bike stands

and possibly a bike repair station.

“Essentially we have plans,

quotes and are ready to go as

soon as funding allows,” Mr

Babington said.

RRA secretary Pat McIntosh

said when the concept design

was approved by the community

board, further consultation

with residents about details was

recommended.

“Since the basic landscaping

has changed considerably

between how it looked when

the plan was being developed

and now the SCIRT works have

been completed it will have to

be reviewed.”

Ms Gallagher said residents

would be informed once the

CPG had raised the necessary

funds.

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• By Sarla Donovan

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Marriner St

property

cleared after

investigation

A SUMNER property

investigated by the city council for

accommodation issues has been

cleared.

In August this year, the city

council identified potential noncompliance’s

with the District Plan

relating to short-term guest accommodation

activities at 58 Marriner

St.

A city council spokeswoman

said the situation had now been

resolved.

“The city council understands

that the site is no longer being used

for short-term guest accommodation,”

the spokeswoman said.

The city council said it had

“provided guidance to the occupant

in relation to District Plan requirements.”

The spokeswoman said the investigation

was a separate matter from

the prior compliance issues at the

property.

In March this year, following

complaints from residents, the city

council shut down an illegal hostel

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tenant.

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Fuel stolen

at Diamond

Harbour

Fire Station

• By Sarla Donovan

THIEVES HAVE targeted the

Diamond Harbour Fire Station,

stealing almost 300-litres of

diesel.

Chief station officer Bob

Palmer said somebody had

gone to the rear of the station

yard on Marine Drive between

Wednesday, November 15, and

Saturday, November 18.

“They’ve smashed the padlock

on the diesel taker and siphoned

(the fuel off.)”

The amount was significant, he

said. “It would be quite a lot to

carry out in a car.”

The station volunteers

were upset about the theft, he

said.

“I’m gutted that our lifeblood –

fuel – has been taken.”

He said security had been

beefed up since the incident

and is asking the public to

be aware of any suspicious

behaviour in the area, and to get

in touch if they notice anything

unusual.

•Anyone with information

about the theft can phone Mr

Palmer on 027 240 1515

Local

News

Now

Brave Sumner identity dies

Long-time firefighter

and Sumner Lifeboat

Institute member

Barry William Kerr

died recently, aged 78.

Sarla Donovan reports

BARRY KERR was a man of

courage and community spirit.

The father of two gave 27

years of service to the Sumner

Volunteer Fire Brigade and 22

years to the Sumner Lifeboat

Institute.

He was a former fire station

officer, and with his late brother

Russel won two national titles in

firefighting competitions, as well

as many Canterbury titles.

In 1967, he was awarded the

Royal Humane Society’s bronze

medal for helping to rescue two

students trapped on rocks between

Sumner and Taylors Mistake.

The students’ other two

friends had been swept out to sea

and drowned while attempting

to swim across a stretch of water.

There was no moon and the

incoming tide was breaking

onto the rocks, according to a

newspaper report of the rescue.

On the return journey, Mr

Kerr, fellow rescuer John

Pickering and the students were

in water up to their waists with

only a precarious hand hold on

a sheer rock face.

Ironically, Mr Kerr had never

learned to swim.

Leader of the Opposition at

the time Norman Kirk wrote a

letter of congratulation for his

“courage and selflessness” in

saving the pair.

Mr Kerr died at his Evans Pass

home in Sumner on November 4.

He was born in Christchurch

on January 24, 1939.

He grew up in Sumner with

father Jack, mother Sybil and

siblings Russel, Iris and Lester

COMMUNITY:

Barry William

Kerr was a 27-

year stalwart

of the Sumner

Volunteer

Fire Brigade.

He died in

Christchurch

on November

4, 2017 aged

78.

and went on to raise his two

children Keiron and Gabrielle in

the seaside suburb with his late

wife Diane.

Jack was also a life member

of the Sumner Volunteer Fire

Brigade, which he joined in 1941.

There have been Kerr family

members in the brigade continuously

since that date.

The couple were unable to

have children themselves, so

both their son and daughter

were adopted as babies.

Keiron Kerr remembers his

Fire rages, homes at risk

father as very supportive. He

followed his rugby playing and

helped out coaching teams at

Sumner Rugby Club when he

was a boy. “He was just a good

all-round guy and couldn’t do

enough for anyone.”

Diane ran the household and

Mr Kerr went out and worked.

A fitter and turner by trade, he

worked on the Lyttelton Tunnel

in the early 1960s.

Keiron said in 2014 his father

was invited along to the 50-year

anniversary of the opening of

the tunnel.

“He was one of only a few people

who worked on it that were

still alive; it was quite amazing

really. They asked him to be a

guest of honour but dad didn’t

like all that stuff and he turned

it down.”

Mr Kerr also ran his own

business for 20 years, Timber

Treatments.

He and Diane were “sports

mad” Keiron said.

“They absolutely loved it. In

their later years they had their

two La-Z-boys side-by-side and

they’d watch everything. Rugby

was their favourite but they’d

watch golf, cricket, anything.

They were mad on it.”

Mr Kerr is survived by his two

children and four grandchildren

– Jakob, Alexia, Rhys, and Paige.

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Pensioner’s pavement poetry

Akaroa pensioner Sue

Stewart, 67, grazed

her face after tripping

over uneven footpath

tiles in May, sparking

a five-month saga to

get the tiles fixed. She

wrote a poem about

the experience

The day I face-planted

the footpath outside Bully

Hayes

It was lunchtime as I

recall

When I took my spectacular

fall.

T’was an uneven tile

that tried to rearrange my

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But I should have read

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Negotiating the footpath

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Sumner and Scarborough

beaches were “good”,

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increased risk of run-off

contamination after high

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COMMUNITY MEETING

Coastal Hazards are among

the issues being discussed

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An informal drop-in

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DEVELOPMENT: Maltworks

Villas will eventually have

65 units and townhouses.

Developers PLC Group also

want to build three shops

beside the village. ​

Village developers

plan shops

•From page 1

Ms Tait said they hoped to

start construction before April

next year.

Heathcote Residents

Association committee member

Jackie Foulkes said many

people she had spoken to in

the community would love

have a neighbourhood dairy to

purchase everyday items.

“Personally I think it’s great to

be able to walk down and get an

ice cream on a sunny day.”

The nearest dairy is currently

several kilometres away in

Opawa Rd.

Some people were also keen to

have a fish and chip shop in the

community, Ms Foulkes said.

Ms Tait said it was too soon to

say definitely what type of shop

would open.

TRAFFIC DELAYS on Brittan

Tce in Lyttelton have prompted

proposed changes to the

intersection with Simeon Quay.

The city council is seeking

community feedback about

the proposals, which it hopes

will improve traffic flows and

pedestrian safety.

The proposed changes involve

removing the stopping restriction

on Brittan Tce to allow vehicles

to continue on to Simeon

Quay; no entry to Simeon Quay

west from Brittan Tce so traffic

can flow from Brittan Tce to

Simeon Quay; and no throughroute

to Simeon Quay west

heading from Lyttelton. Vehicles

would need to use Brittan Tce

and Voelas Rd instead.

The city council said the volume

of traffic entering and exiting

Brittan Tce from Simeon Quay

was a lot greater than straightthrough

traffic and the existing

intersection layout caused delays

on Brittan Tce, with the majority

of traffic waiting to turn right on

to Simeon Quay.

To increase pedestrian safety

at the intersection, a continuation

of the path from Brittan Tce

across to Simeon Quay would be

installed, along with new kerb

build outs on Brittan Tce and

Simeon Quay to slow vehicles

travelling through this intersection.

The city council will be holding

a drop-in session on December

7 between 4pm and 6pm in

the Lyttelton community board

room, Canterbury St.

•Feedback can also

be given at www.ccc.

govt/haveyoursay until

December 14.

Local

News

Now

Intersection changes will improve flow and safety

Fire rages, homes at risk

FLOW: Proposed changes to

the intersection of Simeon

Quay (above) and Brittan Tce

are designed to help ease

congestion.

MOMENTUM: Stonemasons at work on the Timeball Tower overlooking Lyttelton port and harbour on Monday.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER


Wednesday November 29 2017

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Pupils have fun with books

GOVERNORS BAY School

celebrated Book Week with fun

book-related activities.

Deputy principal Liza Rossie

said the pupils and teachers

had a great time and everybody

got involved.

Activities included a book

fair, quiz, buddy reading,

house group teddy bears’

picnic, teacher story swaps,

author, illustrator and city

council librarian visits, plus a

grandparents’ story share

time and morning tea.

The grand finale event was the

book character parade which

proved very popular.

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Wednesday November 29 2017

News

Local

News

Now

Peninsula life captured by photographer

Fire rages, homes at risk

•From page 1

They include pictures of social

and community events, weddings,

farming activities and

scenic views of Banks Peninsula.

Mr McKay, 83, grew up on a

farm in Le Bons Bay.

An only child, he left the farm

for three years to attend Christchurch

Boys’ High School as a

boarder, from 1947-49, where he

joined the camera club.

“We had some really really

good instructors, including Len

Casbolt and Frank McGregor.

Also I used to spend a lot of time

at my uncle Stan MacKay’s as he

was the Christchurch Star Sun

photographer and his son Ross

was a skilled horse racing photographer.

I used to admire their

beautiful cameras and enlargers .

. . I’m not sure what I liked more,

the photography or the equipment.”

Mr McKay sold his push bike

and his best pair of shoes to buy

a second hand camera from H.E.

Perry in Colombo St.

“I used that camera for two

or three years, photographing

various events, weddings, and

children.”

He shot his first wedding at 16,

“local people.”

Returning to Le Bons Bay in

1949, Mr McKay’s passion for

photography was a frequent

distraction from farm work. He

photographed aspects of farm life

was well as local weddings, 21sts

and other social events.

In 1961, he was offered a job as

medical photographer at Burwood

Hospital, but continued to travel

back to the peninsula in the weekends

to photograph various events.

The collection includes some

interesting documentary records

of peninsula life, Mr Smith said.

“As a historical record the collection

is extremely rich.”

“He would photograph activities

like docking at his farm in Le

Bons Bay. There’s a whole series

of images of sheep getting their

tails chopped off; guys holding

IN THE

GROOVE:

Ted McNabb

and Heather

Marshall

tear up the

dance floor

at the tennis

ball in the

Duvauchelle

Hall, in June,

1958. One

of the many

functions

and events

recorded by

Donald McKay

during his

career.

knives splattered with blood. It’s

an interesting record of a lost way

of life.”

Fortunately Mr McKay still

had his job books which record

the content of the pictures. Local

researcher Jan Shuttleworth had

also already identified many subjects

in the photographs by working

through negatives digitised by

Mr McKay.

Nevertheless, cataloguing

hundreds of negatives into the

Akaroa Museum collection

would be a “long process,” Mr

Smith said.

The museum plans to mount

an exhibition towards the end of

next year.

TEAM: William Gebbie with his dogs Don and Dick. They were

heading winners at the Akaroa dog trials in 1950. In the background

is Mr Gebbie’s Studebaker. PHOTOS: DONALD MCKAY

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Principal instructor at Sumner’s Learn to Surf school, Aaron Lock,

writes about the warm conditions and the achievements of local

surfers in recent competitions

IT FEELS like summer has

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few weeks.

The persistent high

pressures have made for

warm, calm conditions

more like January than

November.

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has jumped from 13 deg C

at the start of the month to

about 16 deg C plus now.

Unfortunately, the

settled weather has meant

a lack of swell, There have

been some nice clean

waves but only in the waist

high range.

A few good south swells

have continued to push

up the coast so there have

been some decent waves

around for those prepared

to travel.

The peninsula breaks

have been packed with

25 cars in the car park

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another 25 at Magnet.

The Canterbury primary

school champs was

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success with more than

55 entries. Young surfers

travelled from as far as

Kaikoura and Waikuku

and there was a strong

local bunch of young

grommets competing too.

The waves were small

and a strong nor’west

wind made conditions

challenging but the

young surfers rose to the

challenge finding some

good waves.

Local surfers achieved

some great results. In the

year 5 and under section,

Kobe Coleman was first,

Troy Aryton second and

Poppy Entwisle was the top

girl in third. In the year 6/7

girls, Ava Henderson came

first, Amelie Wink second,

Holly Campbell third and

Ruby Armstrong fourth.

Jack Tyro was second in

the year 6/7 boys section.

Henderson also won the

year 8 girls and Wink was

fourth.

Some great results from

all the local team against

some strong surfers from

out of town.

Several local surfers also

competed in the national

scholastic surf champs. The

Canterbury team travelled

north to Gisborne for the

championships. Sumner’s

Caspar McCormick in his

first ever nationals styled

his way to second in the

longboarding division.

Thomas Harcourt put in

a strong performance to

make the semi-final of the

under-18 boys finishing

seventh. Jordan Sparrow

also competed in the

under-18s finishing 19 th in

a tough field.

We can look forward to

another week of settled

weather coming up and

hopefully a jump in swell

so we can make the most

of the warm water.

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Wednesday November 29 2017

News

SHOWS: The World Buskers Festival will feature performances from the Topp Twins, who will bring their classic brand of

Kiwi humour to the stage, and Urzila Carlson with her show Unacceptable; PHOTOS: WORLD BUSKERS FESTIVAL

Buskers back for 25th

• By Bridget Rutherford

COMEDIANS, daredevils,

dancers, singers and acrobats

will hit the streets in

January to celebrate the 25th

anniversary of the World

Buskers Festival.

Fifty-five performers

representing 14 countries will

descend on the city for the

annual 10-day festival from

January 18-28.

Festival producer Tim Bain

said its programme was about

creating a line-up which

reflected the past, while at the

same time looked forward to

the future.

“It’s daring, bold, cheeky,

hilarious and world class,” he

said.

To celebrate 25 years, there

will be five headline shows.

After making it through

to the America’s Got Talent

final last year, The Boy with

Tape on His Face (right) is

coming home to premier his

new ideas.

Urzila Carlson will perform

her new show Unacceptable

and the Topp Twins will

entertain the crowds with

their classic Kiwi humour.

A Night at the Musicals,

featuring Le Gateau

Chocolat, will bring musical

entertainment, as will

Crossdresser for Christ,

featuring Ginger Minj from

RuPaul’s Drag Race.

New features will include a

Buskers Bar and Night Food

Market at the Arts Centre

every night, a Cabaret Club

at the Great Hall, and the

Laugh Lounge at Sixty6 on

Peterborough.

Buskers will also perform

at the Friday Night Food

Market in Cathedral

Square and in City Mall

at lunchtimes outside The

Crossing.

Festival director

Melissa Haberfield

encouraged people to

embrace the festival

and celebrate its 25th

birthday. “For 10 days and

11 nights, our city becomes

a playground filled with

laughter, colour and fun,

as street artists and night

show performers entertain

hundreds of thousands of

locals and visitors in a festival

like no other.”

There will be 13

performance sites,

inside and

outdoors,

including the

Arts Centre,

Christ’s

College and

Christchurch

Art Gallery

among others.

More than

200 free day

performances

will take place

around the

city.

The festival

will conclude

with the

Buskers Best

Bits show

at the Isaac

Theatre Royal

on January 28.

The 24th

World Buskers

Festival, held in

January, drew

a quarter of a

million people.

•The full line-up, dates and ticket

sales can be found at www.

worldbuskersfestival.

com

RETURN: Fresh from his

world tour, The Boy With

Tape on His Face will

return to Christchurch for

the festival in January.


Wednesday November 29 2017

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 13

ENTERTAIN:

A Night at the

Musicals featuring

Le Gateau

Chocolat will bring

another musical

element to the

festival, while

Mighty Mike (left)

will return to the

stage.

year of street festival

International performers to take over Albion Square

LYTTELTON WON’T miss

out on the busking action

during the festival.

As part of the 25th World

Buskers Festival there will be

four street performances in

Albion Square on January 20.

Buskers in Lyttelton will be

presented by Structex.

The line-up will begin at

10.30am with a performance

from Sharon Mahoney.

She has performed her solo,

character-based show all

over the world, including at

events such as the Rotterdam

International Street Theatre

Festival, the Adelaide Fringe

Festival and Edinburgh

Fringe.

She will be followed by

Witty Look at 11.20am, a

multi-award-winning duo

comprised of unicycle world

champion Daiki and acrobatic

clown Cheeky.

The pair, originally from

Tokyo, will wow audiences

with their comical and exciting

street show.

Kilted Colin will perform

his family friendly show at

12.10pm, followed by 25-time

Guinness World Record

breakers, Monsters of Schlock,

at 1pm.

This duo of daredevils will

perform stunts sure to make

the crowd both laugh and

scream at the same time.

LAUGHTER: The street performances were a crowd favourite at the 24th festival and are sure to wow crowds again on

stages outside the Christchurch Art Gallery and the Arts Centre, as well as at Cathedral Square, High St, New Brighton

and Lyttelton.


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Storey rows to victory in Billy Webb Challenge

THE MEMORY of his smash

at the turn of last year’s race

spurred former Moncks Bay

resident John Storey to become

just the fourth different winner

of the Billy Webb Challenge on

the Wanganui River on Saturday.

Storey powered away to win

the 5.7km race by 14sec from

now two-time runner-up Jordan

Parry, of Tauranga. Chris Harris

– who Storey won gold with

in the double sculls at the world

rowing championships in September

– finished third.

‘Mr Billy Webb’ Mahe Drysdale

had to settle for fifth in his

first comeback race after a yearlong

break from competition.

The challenge is named in

honour of Webb, who was the

first New Zealander to win the

world professional single sculls

title when he beat Australian

Charles Towns on the Parramatta

River, Sydney, in 1907.

Storey and Parry were part of

the lead group approaching the

buoy turn, just as they did 12

months earlier when Parry had

the lead line and Storey miscalculated

and bumped into him.

This time, Storey had it down

pat and swept through the turn,

CHAMPION: John Storey

is presented with the Billy

Webb Challenge trophy by

Wanganui Mayor Hamish

McDouall and Webb family

members Heather Powell and

Colin Gardiner.

while Parry was left to rue a

momentary hesitation, and

Drysdale was trapped outside a

wide turning Harris.

At the 12min mark, Storey

had a comfortable lead, forcing

the others to increase their

stroke rate earlier than the final

500m dash. Parry was trying

to keep up while at the same

time keeping an eye on Toby

Cunliffee-Steel and Harris, who

had the quickest stroke at this

point.

It was not even close as the

group came back towards

SPORTS

the leaders, as Storey was

comfortably ahead and pumped

his fist as he heard the electronic

beep at 21min 27sec.

Storey had mentioned last

year’s collision in the pre-race

interviews and showed his

determination to get to the clear

water first this time.

“I think I learnt my lesson

from the last one,” said Storey.

“The buoys, I thought they’d

be more trapeze, but they were

more triangle.”

While the lactic burn meant

his downstream run was not

exactly a Sunday cruise, Storey

knew he had it in the bag.

“I didn’t have to lift my rate,

which was good,” he said.

Heathcote aim for top spot ahead of one-day semi-final

• By Gordon Findlater

HEATHCOTE ALL but

wrapped up top spot in the

metro A one-day cricket

competition with a 120-run win

over Halswell on Saturday.

They go into their final round

match against second placed

Merivale Papanui with a healthy

points advantage and are all but

assured of qualifying in top spot

for the semi-final on December

10. Meanwhile, Sumner are all

but out of the race for the top

four after suffering a threewicket

defeat to Lancaster Park

Addington.

Heathcote racked up their

sixth win of the season at the

weekend at Halswell Domain.

Batting first, it was a 101-run

third wicket partnership between

Nick Durham and Matt

Mealings that was pivotal to

Heathcote reaching an imposing

total of 211/6 from their 45 overs.

Durham, who came in at No 3,

was the top scorer, notching up

68 from 88 deliveries. There were

also healthy contributions from

Mealings, John Garry, Charles

Grey and Tommy Sturgess, who

all scored at least 20.

It didn’t take long for Heathcote’s

total defence to start

looking comfortable as Grant

Stewart ripped his way through

Halswell’s top order. Stewart

claimed the first four Halswell

wickets in the opening six overs,

eventually finishing with figures

of 4-23.

It was then the turn of fellow

opening bowler, Sturgess, to

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batting order, also claiming four

wickets on his way to figures of

4-38.

Heathcote eventually dismissed

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Linwood

College

PERSONALISED

PATHWAYS

TO SUCCESS

2018 Student Leaders: 1st Row: Vai Mariner, Crystal Mehlhopt, Jenna Hollis, Leeah Mullany, Sarah Moana Wooff-Smyth

2nd Row: Eden Pettigrew, Adonai Schwenke, Anaru Gray, Cole Barrie

3rd Row: Havana Aaifou, Thomas McHutchison, Sapana Kharal, William Paulden, Sean Robertson-Wright, Makayla Austin

Enrolling now for 2018

Principal’s Report

Warm greetings to

the Linwood College

community. Kia ora

koutou. Talofa lava.

Kia orana. Malo e

lelei. Bula. Fakaalofa

atu. Namaste.

Kumusta.

It is with pleasure

that I am able to

report to our community that Linwood College

has had a most positive year.

It has been a year of significant thinking and

planning as we listen to our community’s

input regarding how we should re-develop

with our whole-school rebuild. Linwood

College is clear-eyed about the forms of

education that work for our students and we

have this bedrock of understanding through

our partnership with our community.

Our community views education as

the wellbeing of the whole person. All

developmentally positive experiences enrich

our students’ understanding of whom they

are and broaden their outlook. They nurture

students’ classroom focus by contextualising

their learning and sowing the seeds of positive

ambition.

Sports Awards Night

Linwood College believes in a ‘pathwayed

curriculum’. This means the school, students

and families knowing:

1. Students’ learning and skills as they come

into LC from our partner primary schools

and building on these successes.

2. How the learning at LC connects to what

the students want to do when they leave

school. “What are my post-school pathways

and how does LC help me to achieve these

pathways?”

In this way learning is meaningful to the

individual and strengths-based. At Linwood

College the individual matters.

Finally, the Education Review Office reviewed

Linwood College in the second half of Term 3.

The confirmed report is now public and I am

delighted to say that the school is back on

the three year return cycle. It is a testament

to everyone’s collective vision and positive

work for our school: Board of Trustees,

staff, students, whanau, partner schools and

community.

Nga mihi nui and best wishes for the festive

season and summer holiday.

Richard Edmundson: Tumuaki - Principal

Waitaha Haka Competition

Over Labour Weekend, Kimihia Te Matauranga Kapa Haka Group competed at the Waitaha

Secondary Schools’ Haka Competition at the Aurora Centre. The group was made up of a

combination of students from Linwood College, Christchurch Girls’ High School and three

schools from Te Tai Poutini (West Coast), those being Westland College, Greymouth High

School and Buller High School.

The competition was of a very high standard this year with ten groups competing for a spot at

the National Haka Competition in 2018.

Kimihia gained placings in the following

categories:

1st place in Poi

2nd place in Moteatea/ Traditional Chant

2nd place in Whakawatea/ Exit Song

2nd equal Te Whakahua o te Reo/ Language

with Te Pa o Rakaihautu

3rd place in Haka

3rd place in Waiata-a-ringa/ Action Song

3rd place in Waiata Tira/ Choral

3rd place for Hamiora Te Rupe/ Male Leader

Kimihia was placed 3rd overall in the competition. We are also very proud of Dayton Rapana-

Pham who was placed 2nd for his Whaikorero/Traditional Speech.

We would like to acknowledge our Kaitataki/Leaders of the group, Mairieka Prentice and

Hamiroa Te Rupe, for all their hard work in leading the group.

Ms Paringatai - Head of Maori Department

Duke of Edinburgh – Silver Expedition

Once again, Linwood College’s annual 'Sports Awards' ceremony was a very successful

evening. We were lucky enough to have Shane Thrower return to Linwood College as our guest

speaker, talking about how sport has impacted his life and the opportunities that it can provide.

Richard Edmundson (Principal) and Finlay Laird (Linwood College Board of Trustees member),

presented the major awards for the evening. We also had special guests from Christs' College

and ARA Institute of Canterbury in attendance.

We would like to thank the Linwood College community and Linwood College Board of Trustees

for their continuous support as we continue to pursue sporting excellence.

Congratulations to all of our award winners for 2017.

Top awards were presented to the following accomplished students:

The outdoor Duke of Edinburgh

experience has helped us to

learn new things about life and

also about ourselves. Although

it pushed us to our mental

and physical limits, it was the

best experience ever! We have

learnt to really be grateful for

the small things in life!

Piper Stewart (Year 11)

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Fabricius Su’a

• Sportsperson of the Year

• Senior Boys’ Most Valuable

Player Volleyball

• Most Valuable Player Cup

Volleyball

• Most Valuable Player

Rugby

• Canterbury and South

Island Rugby and Rugby

League Representative

Nevaeh Pirikahu-

Waata

• All Round Sportswoman

of the Year

Leon Lefua

• All Round Sportsman

of the Year (not able to be

present on night)

Nafanua Ah-Loe

• Most Valuable Player

Netball

• Junior Sportswoman

of the Year

Dayton Rapana-Pham

• Contribution to Boys’

Sports’ Award

• Senior Most Valuable

Player Netball

Year 12

students

culinary skills

were assessed

during

October’s two

‘Restaurant

Nights’, while

the Year 11

students were

assessed on

their dinner

service.

Cassey Hipolito, Daryl Perez,

Ayree Apalla stop for a break while

preparing for Restaurant Night.

D’Arby McDiarmid-Taingahue

• Under 20’s Most Valuable Player

Basketball

• LHS Most Valuable Player Basketball

• East side All-Stars Rep Basketball

Shayden McKenzie

• Most Valuable Player Pool

• New Zealand Sailing

Representative

Togamau Toilalo

• Most Improved Touch Player

• Most Valuable Player Ki o Rahi

• Julie Maxwell Trophy ‘for showing the

school values in sport and in the classroom’

Linwood College • Phone: 982-0100 • office@linwoodcollege.school.nz • www.linwoodcollege.school.nz


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Christmas in their bright new premises.

Since moving from their Ferry Road

store in January this year, they have been

busy setting up in their new place, which

is located in the building on the corner of

Waterman Place and Ferry Rd – opposite

Resene.

And with Christmas approaching, the

shelves are filled with lovely, Christmasthemed

stock. This includes a range

of Nativity scenes, Advent calendars,

Team members from left:

Mele, Kat, Sarah and manager Sandy.

Christian-themed Christmas cards and

children’s Christmas storybooks.

They also have plenty of Christianthemed

gift ideas for family and friends.

For those on your gift list who enjoy

reading, manager Sandy Gallen and her

team suggest having a browse through their

new selection of inspiring true stories, and

children’s and adult books by New Zealand

authors.

The latest releases in family and children’s

DVDs, many of which are not available

through online movie sources, are also on

display.

Other items include gifts and cards for

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Confirmation, Bibles in many languages,

Bible stories for children in Maori, T-shirts,

mugs and jewellery.

All the profits from Christmas sales this

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Your Local Views

The updated 2017

Coastal Hazards

Assessment Report has

made climate change

and coastal hazards a

hot topic of conversation,

writes Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community

Board member, Darrell

Latham

With the updated

assessment report now made

public, the focus of debate is

how we deal with the risks

and how we adapt.

A recent city council

newsletter to residents about

climate change advised that

the city council wants to

explore the options together

with the community to create

the best possible future. To

that end they are facilitating a

series of coastal hazard dropin

sessions for the community.

I encourage residents

and ratepayers to go along

and learn about the issues

they will need to consider

as a community to make

Canterbury’s environment,

economy and their own

coastal lifestyle more resilient

to changing coastal pressures.

There is time and there

are options. The city council

consultation must be genuine.

In order for the city council

to be understood they must

also understand residents’

perspectives.

Affected communities carry

the cost, be it flooding, lack

of development, building

restrictions and insurance

implications. It is therefore

communities that need to be

at the centre of the decision

making process in regards to

how and when we respond.

You are the ratepayer and you

have a voice now and a vote at

election time.

The focus from here needs

to be on adaptation, what

scenario we should adapt

to and if, when and how we

might mitigate risk. Continual

building and planning

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Involving community in climate change

restrictions on residents can

make it unattractive to invest

in areas, and it does makes it

increasingly difficult to live in

the community or to insure or

sell one’s home.

As a Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community

Board member, from my

perspective there needs to

be a conversation towards

finding suitable sustainable

development options rather

than a continued reliance on

current restrictive policies.

There are options available

that fit in with the wider goal

of a resilient city.

The 2015 Tonkin and

Taylor report on coastal

hazards was criticised as

being scientifically flawed.

The city council had the

report reviewed and we now

have the updated 2017 report.

This document should be

viewed as a living document,

which is open to question

and improvement. Ratepayers

deserve nothing less than the

best science and the best city

council processes.

Your mission: Become

informed, don’t be a shrinking

violet, ask the city council

the tough questions and be

proactive. Remember – you

are the ratepayer and you pay

the bills.

•You can check your

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We said:

The city council spent $860,000

on it but users say the Heathcote

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You said:

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Rob White

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time work then

that becomes a

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wiring is not

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overseeing the work done on our houses

repairs in many cases.

Janys Rebecca Harrison – Waste

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questions.

Daphne Green – Sounds like our

community hall. Toilets for the disabled

that you couldn’t get a wheelchair into.

Took years to fix.

Zane Wilson Young – A heat pump

on a two-hour push button timer would

be $3000 installed. A fraction of the

$860,000 build price.

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Brass Band Christmas Concert

Wednesday, 11am

The 50s Up Brass Band is

holding its Christmas Concert

at the Woolston Club this year.

Don’t miss out on this great hour

of entertainment. Entry is by

gold coin donation.

Woolston Club, Hargood St

Email: sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

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

Take your knitting, crochet

or other portable craft

project and enjoy time

with other crafters. Have

a look at the library’s

range of books to get

ideas for your next project.

The sessions are free,

no bookings required.

Join in these friendly

craft sessions where

beginners are welcome.

Two sessions – Lyttelton

Library on Wednesday,

10am-noon and Matuku

Takotako: Sumner Centre

on Friday, 10.30am-noon.

Blast from the Past

Thursday, 10am-3pm

A new event especially for

those aged 50-plus. Vulcan

railcar, tram and veteran car

rides, old time movies and

school lessons from the good old

days. Have a sing-a-long to easy

listening jazz and the ukulele

band. $7.50 seniors, $10 adults.

​Ferrymead Heritage Park, 50

Ferrymead Park Drive

Mt Pleasant Ukelele Band

Friday, 7-9pm

Fundraising Concert featuring

the Mt Pleasant Ukulele Band

with special guest Colleen

Hendren. Tickets are $20.00

which includes supper. BYO

drinks. Tickets can be purchased

from the Mt Pleasant Centre

office.

Mt Pleasant Memorial

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McCormacks Bay Rd

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

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

Art Exhibition

Saturday, noon-6.30pm,

Sunday, noon-4pm

Church Bay artist Bridget

Baldwin is holding a solo

exhibition at the Charteris Bay

Yacht Club this weekend and

next weekend, coinciding with

regattas at the club. It features

oil paintings on wooden paddles

and local scenes inside wooden

frames salvaged from the

Addington Saleyards in the 1990s.

Charteris Bay Yacht Club, 293-

295 Marine Drive

JP Clinic

Saturday, 10am-noon

A justice of the peace

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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

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High Tea in Pigeon Bay

Sunday, 11am-3pm

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produce available for purchase.

High tea $20, cream tea $12,

children $5. Email debs@

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Pigeon Bay Hall

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, Friday

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 on Tuesday and Lyttelton

Library on Friday.

Storytimes

Tuesday 11-11.30am,

Wednesday 10.30-11am

Encourage learning through

a love for stories. Storytimes is

a free, interactive programme

including stories, songs, rhymes

and play.

Lyttelton Library, Tuesday and

Matuktuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre on Wednesday

Markets

The weekly markets have

many different attractions and

delicious treats on offer. From

fresh produce to freshly baked

bread, cheeses and free range

eggs. Find some healthy food

options and sip on a coffee while

taking a wander around any of

the markets happening in the

area at the weekend.

Lyttelton Farmers Market

and Lyttelton Craft Market:

Saturday, 10am-1pm, London St.

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd.

Akaroa Farmers Market:

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