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SING-ALONG: Angie Dally has worked at Mt Pleasant Kindergarten since 1991 and is now a local celebrity. She is pictured playing

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Local ‘celeb’ bows out after 26 years

• By Sarla Donovan

ANGIE DALLY is a local

celebrity.

But the head teacher at Mt

Pleasant Kindergarten has made

the tough decision to retire at the

end of this year after 26 years of

service.

Former parent Vanessa Kearns

says she will be dearly missed.

“She is an awesome lady.

Everyone loves and knows Angie

– (she’s) a local celebrity.”

Mrs Kearns said her two

children had an amazing kindergarten

experience, thanks to Ms

Dally’s ability to tap into their

individual passions.

“My daughter is obsessed with

birds, so Angie had her making

a bird feeder at one point. And

our son loves music – Angie has

taught him to play the ukelele,

a skill he now has forever.” “She

has worked so incredibly hard

to foster a caring, kind, loving

environment for all our children.

We will all miss her dearly.”

Retirement for Ms Dally will

involve taking things a little

easier – including spending more

time with her family, in the garden,

reading and walking in the

bush and on the beach.

“I know I will see much more

of my own whanau. I have plans

to extend my own vegetable

patch and possibly a new chicken

or two in the run. There will be

so much to do, but first I may

treat myself to a few days of

sleeping in.” Before starting at

Mt Pleasant in 1991, Ms Dally

worked at Kidsfirst Kindergarten

in Beckenham and prior to that

was in the music industry.

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Kayak

business

may be

back on

harbour

next year

• By Sarla Donovan

BUSINESS OWNER Bill

Trolove is $30,000 out of pocket

after a two-year battle with the

city council over compliance.

Lyttelton Kayaks has been

operating out of Cass Bay for

10 years but was forced to close

earlier this year after breaching a

rule in the city council’s District

Plan.

Owner and operator Bill

Trolove said he was annoyed at

having to fight the city council

to stay open.

“I’m really pissed off. It’s the

red-tape mentality mindlessly

applied,” he said.

Mr Trolove was storing the

kayaks on his section in Cass

Bay when a member of public

complained to the city council

in 2015.

Head of regulatory compliance

Tracey Weston said Mr

Trolove’s business was found

to have breached two rules in

the District Plan – having an

unapproved relocated building

(a garage) on the section, and

running activities not provided

for within a residential zone.

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OUR ARTICLE on problems at the

Heathcote Valley Community Centre two

weeks ago may have been the kick up the

backside the powers that be needed.

On page 3 today, we reveal city council

staff have met with association chairman Lewis Low and it

looks like a solution is in the wind.

Problems at the $860,000 Heathcote Valley Community

Centre should be ironed out before winter.

But the litmus test will come as to who actually pays for solving

the problems, and, unfortunately, the council has vaguely

suggested the association may have to play a part.

So we may have to give them another kick up the proverbial

to get a good result for a hard-working community association.

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Tourists on Banks Peninsula are being led down narrow,

winding gravel roads by their GPS systems, prompting a

community board member to call for better road signs.

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Brignell sets pace in Hanmer

Lisa Brignell won the women’s title at the Hanmer Springs Alpine

Marathon in a time of 3hr 11min 35sec. Her time was even good

enough to grab second overall.

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from 6.30pm at the Sumner Surf Life Saving Club

grounds. Watch out for Santa’s arrival on a fire engine.

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Community centre

• By Sarla Donovan

PROBLEMS AT the $860,000

Heathcote Valley Community

Centre should be ironed out

before winter.

The centre is managed by the

Heathcote Valley Community

Association, which has recently

complained of

poor heating

and electrical

problems in the

kitchen leading

to plugs shorting

out.

Lewis Low

Association

chairman Lewis

Low met with

city council staff on Monday to

discuss issues with the one-yearold

building.

He said the city council had

agreed to support the association

to find solutions to the building’s

problems.

This would include

investigating whether to install

additional heat pumps or put

remote control timers on the

existing heating panels.

The city council would

also look at fixing the wiring

problem in the kitchen – as

when more than two plugs are

used, the wiring short circuits.

City council head of

community support, governance

and partnerships Lester

Wolfreys said there was “not

yet” an agreement to pay for

improvements to the heating.

“(We are) in discussions with

the community association

about this,” he said, adding that

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defects to be fixed before winter

SOLUTIONS: The city council will help fix problems with the Heathcote Valley Community

Centre.

the city council takes safety

“very seriously” and would

ensure any issues regarding

safety are addressed.

The association manages

the centre on behalf of the city

council with the long-term goal

to gain extra income that can be

used to support groups in the

community.

“We have a lovely community

asset and we want it to get more

use,” Mr Low said.

He is hoping the planned

improvements will increase its

appeal. Businesses or groups

looking to hire space at the

centre can email Jackie Foulkes

at heathcotevillageproject@

gmail.com

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Sumner Lifeboat honours members for

Six members of the Sumner Lifeboat Institute were

recognised for their service to the organisation at the

weekend.

PETER MCDONALD was given

the Coastguard certificate for 40

years service.

Peter joined in 1977 and

went on to skipper a number

of lifeboats and surf rescue jet

boats. In 1981, he was on the jet

boat Aid II returning from a call

out when the vessel capsized in

surf opposite Head St, Sumner.

Although the vessel was written

off, there were no casualties. This

prompted a rethink of the gear

worn on inshore lifeboats, pointing

the way toward modern-day

wetsuits. After a stint as deputy

to coxswain Walter Baguley, Peter

was coxswain from 1995 until

his retirement from active crew

in 2001. He remains on reserve

and has life crew member status.

•John Barton

received the

silver bar for 20

years service.

John hung

around the

fringes of the

Sumner Lifeboat

until 1997. His

son Nigel was on the crew, and

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and on the crew of the offshore

lifeboats. John has been around

long enough to see many changes

including the introduction of

Coastguard’s structured training

programme and certificates of

competency. He is one of the rare

breed who is just as happy to remain

onshore as to go to sea. His

knowledge of Land Rovers and

local geography made him very

useful as shore crew. One of the

most likeable and humble members

of the crew, he has – with

typical grit – made a remarkable

recovery after suffering a stroke

in late 2016.

•Blair Quane was awarded a

silver bar for 15 years service

Blair joined the crew in 2002

and continued

the strong link

between Sumner

Lifeboat and

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which began

when the lifeboat

acquired its first

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After the earthquakes, the siren

which had been on the Sumner

Community Centre needed

a new home. It was a time when

everyone had more pressing

priorities and there was no obvious

alternative location. Blair cut

through the red tape and had the

siren installed on its own post at

the front of the lifeboat station.

It is great to hear the former airraid

siren sound again, signalling

to the local community that

Sumner Lifeboat is active, and

reassuring those nearby needing

rescue that help is on the way.

Following Paul Lawson’s retirement,

Blair was elected coxswain

in 2015 and has worked

tirelessly on the seemingly neverending

list of projects which

lifeboat continues to produce.

•Ashley Rule gained a silver

medal for five years service

Ashley joined Sumner Lifeboat

Introducing

Emma to our team

in 2012 and has attained senior

operational crew status in the

unit. He has recently taken on

the role of station officer, involving

general maintenance and

upkeep of the lifeboat buildings

and vehicles. This important

role enables the

unit to operate

effectively at all

times and Ashley

ensures that even

the smallest jobs

like changing

lightbulbs are

done. Over the last five years,

Ashley has been a dedicated

crew member, keenly involved

in both trainings and rescues

and instrumental in many of

the station’s electrical upgrades,

including the reinstatement of

the lifeboat siren and backup

generator establishment.

•Chloe Harris received a silver

medal for five years service

Chloe joined Sumner Lifeboat

in 2012. She is a senior operational

crew woman and has been

actively involved in both callouts

and training. Chloe brings

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to the unit and is a great asset for

any in-water rescues or training

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She has a real passion

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of both the Foveaux and

Cook straits.

As one of few female’s on

the crew, Chloe has fitted

well into the unit and her

friendly dedicated personality

is always welcome.

•Mike Barber (right) was

given a certificate for three

years service

Mike Barber joined

the unit in 2014 and, as

a local resident and avid

mariner, he quickly fitted

in. He is always available

for those call-outs during

the week when other crew

are at work. Mike brings a

good knowledge of practical

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the newer members. He is

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the new Te Ana Marina and

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the commercial waterfront

development.

LPC will own and operate

the marina and associated

facilities which are due for

completion in April, 2018. The

marina will feature 170 berths

for yachts and powerboats

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LPC chief executive, Peter

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Stage one of the commercial

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of the characteristics of the

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“Opportunities are available

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Accommodation will also be

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Mr Davie said the regional

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CLOSED: The Lyttelton Kayak company (inset) was forced to shut down

operations after breaching the city council’s District Plan.

Kayak business to return

•From page 1

“The business breached

the district plan and also

the Building Act 2004

however, upon identifying

these breaches the city

council has been working

with the business owner

towards achieving compliance.

Unfortunately, this

has not been achieved

resulting in a fine being

issued in May 2017.”

Mr Trolove said following

meetings between his

lawyer and city council

staff, he’s been told the

business can reopen, once

a house is built on the section.

He anticipated it would

take about a year to build

and Lyttelton Kayaks

would reopen in summer

2018/19.

The news was a relief.

“It’s something I’m quite

passionate about because

Lyttelton Harbour is such a

beautiful recreation for the

people of Christchurch.”

He wasn’t concerned

someone could open a

competing business in the

meantime.

“There’s plenty of water.

I’ve got about 40 kayaks

and no debt so if someone

else comes in I can play fun

and games with them and

not worry too much.”

Mr Trolove said along

with the $30,000 it had

cost him in fines and lawyers

fees, he had also lost

10 years of word-of-mouth

marketing.

He wouldn’t say how

much income he’d lost

since the closure, but said

it would be “quite a bit.”

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News

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 9

GPS misleading tourists

Bid to keep

campervans

off rough roads

• By Sarla Donovan

TOURISTS ON Banks Peninsula

are being led down narrow,

winding gravel roads by their

GPS systems.

Banks Peninsula Community

Board member Tori Peden told a

recent board meeting that tourists

were driving on unsealed rural

roads which are

unsuitable for large

vehicles, including

Harmans Track

and the Port Levy-

Pigeon Bay Rd.

She said GPS

Tori Peden

systems are indicating

those roads as

the shortest route to

some destinations – but they are

potentially dangerous for vehicles

like campervans.

Ms Peden – who lives on a

shingle road in Little River – said

residents were concerned about

tourists using the steep, twisting

Harmans Track as a shortcut.

“It’s a four-wheel-drive-only,

gravel road but GPS units are

sending campervans down there.

Residents are quite concerned

that there are tourists coming

SIGNS: GPS systems are

directing tourists to the

Harmans Track stock route,

which residents say isn’t

suited to large vehicles.

down that road when it’s very

narrow with blind corners.

Once you’re on it, you can’t turn

around and it’s quite hard to

pass vehicles.” She said there was

a sign at the top of the track at

present, but it needed to be larger

and specifically targeted at tourists.

The track comes out in the

Purau Valley.

City council staff are now looking

at installing more signage on

the peninsula notifying drivers

that certain roads aren’t suitable

for large vehicles or vehicles

which are not 4WD.

Board member Janis Haley

said for the unaware, it can be

quite an issue as the condition of

some Banks Peninsula roads was

“absolutely atrocious”.

Akaroa Police Senior Constable

Tim Johnson said anything

that made it easier and safer for

tourists travelling by road was

positive.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Should

there be better road signs

for tourists on the peninsula?

Email your views to sarla.

donovan@starmedia.kiwi

Local ‘celeb’ bows

out after 26 years

•From page 1

She said there had been a lot

of memorable stories over the

years, but one of the more recent

was the fortitude shown

by the community following

the September,

2010, and February,

2011, earthquakes.

“The strength of our

community to pull

together after the earthquake

was mirrored

by the endurance of our fish.

They survived in a broken, redstickered

building for almost

three months with very little

water and no food. They are still

In Brief

SKATEBOARD DETERRENT

Steel studs have been placed on

the kerb areas in the Sumner

Centre’s Nayland St car park

in an attempt to discourage

skateboarders from using the

space. The city council has

also installed signs directing

motorists to the car park after

local businesses complained

about the noise being created by

skateboarders.

alive and appear very happy.”

Community connections were

the reason Ms Dally has stayed.

“Those strong relationships

meant a great deal in

working with their

young children. Over the

years, I have also worked

alongside many amazing

teachers with their own

individual passions.

Each day is different,

exciting, rewarding,

challenging.”

Living locally, she will no

doubt continue to bump into

past pupils and their families

when out walking.

PHOTO COMPETITION

A photo competition with the

theme Life in the Crater will run

through to February 28. Akaroa

businesses have sponsored

10 separate prizes for the

Akaroa Summer Photographic

Competition. It aims to attract

images that best reflect the

theme. Entries are open can

be submitted to adp@akaroa.

com.


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HANDMADE & NEW GIFTS

Redcliffs home to

country’s top year 9

mathematician

LATE NIGHT until 7pm on THURSDAY’s

Kerbside public

holiday collection

is changing

Starting this Christmas, you will notice a change with

your kerbside collection on certain public holidays.

Wheelie bins will now be collected a day after their

usual collection day.

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT

• By Sarla Donovan

OLIVER ODLIN has topped the country

in a national mathematics examination.

The year 9 St Andrew’s College student

lives in Redcliffs and until this year was a

pupil at Mt Pleasant Primary School.

When Oliver, 14, found out he had

earned a medal for the top score in the

country in ICAS year 9 maths, a national

mathematics competition, he was “pretty

chuffed”.

The exams are nationwide in core

subjects for primary and secondary school

students and are sat throughout New

Zealand.

Oliver’s mother Felicity is an accountant

and said he’d always enjoyed working with

numbers.

“That’s his thing, he has a completely

mathematical brain. He’s up there compared

to me.”

He has been sitting the tests for about

four years and previously gained high

distinction, but this was the first time he

had topped the country.

Although he’s not one to shout from the

rooftops, Ms Odlin said her son was excited

about flying up last weekend to receive

his medal at the University of Auckland.

He has enjoyed studying science for the

first time this year and was considering

pursuing a career in engineering.

ACHIEVERS

• Monday collections will be picked up on Tuesday

• Tuesday collections will be picked up on Wednesday

• Wednesday collections will be picked up on Thursday

• Thursday collections will be picked up on Friday

• Friday collections will be picked up on Saturday

These changes will only affect Christmas Day, New Years Day,

Easter Good Friday and ANZAC Day, for all other holidays

collection will continue as normal.

Thanks to everyone who gave feedback on this through our survey.

Please ensure wheelie bins are placed at the kerbside by 6am

on collection day.

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Putting the luxury

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Airfare prices have never been better. Why not take advantage of some of the specials around to treat yourself to some

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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6 2017

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BaY HaRBOUR

Page 15

Unique cruise experiences!

New Zealanders are enjoying and responding to the wonderful holiday options that small ship cruises offer. Whether that be on the oceans or

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Osaka to Tokyo - northbound, 06, 22 April 2018

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From the high Arctic to the Antarctic continent, and from Southeast Asia to Europe,

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Departs: 18 Nov 2018 Returns: 28 Nov 2018.

Other departures/ships available from Nov 2018-Feb 2019

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to Tauck Director and ship staff. Departures will be hosted by one Tauck Director for approximately every 40 guests. Ask for your full list of inclusions and special event details of this cruise. Ponant: Cabin price is

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Your Local Views

Simple water safety tips

Still Pedalling!

Lyttelton-based

navigational safety

officer Gary Manch has

some simple tips to help

you keep safe on the

water this summer

Trevor Crowe’s been involved with cars for a

while. You can benefit from his experience at...

IF YOU’VE been keeping up

with the news lately, you may

have noticed stories about the

road toll creeping up, in spite

of the efforts of regulatory

authorities to make our roads

safer.

As I was thinking about

this, it came to mind that even

though motor vehicles and

boats are completely different,

they have one big similarity

– they are controlled by

humans.

This, unfortunately, is the

reason we tend to have a lot of

incidents, both on the water

and off.

Mechanical failure rarely

leads to injury or death – it’s

more often the behaviour of

drivers that is the problem.

When you think about it,

one moment of inattention or

carelessness on the water can

have disastrous consequences

not only for the operator

– who makes the mistake

– but also for the innocent

victims who are out enjoying

the water. As Environment

Canterbury’s navigation safety

officer, I have no control over

what happens on the roads

but I do have the ability to try

and change behaviour on our

waterways.

As we head into the 2017/18

boating season, here are some

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board.

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up you are, the more likely

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Your Local Views

Pay your neighbour

a visit this Christmas

Labour MP for the Port Hills Ruth

Dyson reflects on the stress that

Christmas can bring

LEADING INTO Christmas –

what is important?

It’s that time of the year

again – when people debate

how early we should hear

Christmas music in the

shops and have Christmas

decorations up. When end of

school closures put additional

pressure on parents who are

working. When Christmas

present lists get longer and

longer and when the overall

pressure that Christmas gives

causes tension.

So what’s important about this time of

year?

Well, for me, it’s the same thing that is

important at all times of the year – family

and friends.

It’s not too late to take the time to

revise the things that cause you stress and

introduce stuff that creates happiness and

great memories.

And where better to do this than in our

own area. We have amazing walks, parks,

beaches, all of which are free, and even

better people to share the pleasures they

give us. And with the summer weather

predicted, make sure you have plenty of

sunblock on as well.

For many in our

communities, Christmas

is often a sad time as they

remember family members

they have lost or they might

just be on their own.

Friendship and spending

time with people is one of the

most special things you can

give to a person whose days

might otherwise be long and

lonely.

So think about those in

your street or suburb who

might not have people to share good times

with and pay them a visit. You might be

surprised at how much pleasure you get

out of this giving.

Whatever you are doing over the

Christmas and New Year period, I really

hope it is as stress-free and happy as

possible, that you have time to share the

things that really matter, and that 2018

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in Bay Harbour

Shops bursting with

festive gift ideas

The countdown to the big day is well underway, so making

up the Christmas gift list will now be a top priority… if you

haven’t already done so.

Finding those special gifts and stocking

fillers as well as the Christmas treats for

the table is so easy at our city’s malls and

shopping centres, where the shops are

bursting with festive merchandise.

Every woman likes to receive bodypampering

gifts, and there is a huge

selection of these priced to suit all budgets

at the many pharmacies and gift shops

around the city. Perfume is another

favourite and again there is a wide

selection to choose from, ranging from

exciting new releases to the well-known

fragrances that have stood the test of time.

Lingerie, jewellery, fashion accessories,

homewares and decor items – there’s no

end to the ideas for the women on the list.

The men are equally well catered for, from

the sophisticated metro-male boyfriends,

to the car-crazy brothers and the DIY

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and dads. Choose from clothing, books,

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Christmas morning.

Speaking of smiles, nothing gives families

more joy than seeing the excitement

of the children opening their presents.

Whether they are delivered by Santa or

snuck under the tree by mum and dad,

the cuddly toys, games, dolls and building

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Your Local Views

Fisherman’s WharF

Spectacular Harbour Views

Fisherman’s Wharf Restaurant offer’s

a warm & friendly atmosphere over

looking the working port of Lyttelton.

We have a range of wonderful meal

options to suit all. Seafood, Steaks,

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& kids meals.

We serve only the freshest locally

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We said:

Thieves smashed a

padlock and stole close

to 300 litres of diesel

from the Diamond

Harbour Fire Brigade

You said:

Glenda McMillan – I

hope whoever stole this fuel

never needs the generosity of

these volunteers in their life

time.

What a smack in the face

for our community heroes

to come across these greedy

scumbags.

Trevor Taylor – Three

hundred litres is a massive

amount of diesel to take

(about five tank fulls).

Would have to be very

organised and have a small

tanker, 15 jerry cans and a

high flow pump. Syphoning

would take hours.

Rob White – Let’s hope

the first fire they can’t get to is

the thieves themselves.

Marianne McKinney

Zonneveld – What is society

coming to? Seems we have

bred a lot of selfish scumbags

with a sense of entitlement.

They will get their just reward

one day. Karma.

We said:

SLOW: The city council is consulting on proposed lower

speed limits for Dyers Pass Rd.

The speed limits on

Dyers Pass Rd could be

lowered to 60km/h

You said:

Jeff

Morrison –

The proposed

change of

speed limit on

Dyers Pass Rd

will not solve

the problem.

Inappropriate

overtaking, speeding,

crossing the centre line and

not driving to the conditions

will continue, regardless of

the speed limit in place. How

many of the 180 accidents

that have been recorded

over the past decade have

involved drivers under-30

(the suspected boy racers)?

A change in speed limit will

only penalise people

who choose to live in

the harbour basin and

extend their current

commute. Those who

currently break the law

will continue to break

the law.

Wilfried J

Rademaker – An

appropriate speed limit for

New Zealand’s open roads

is long overdue. We just

need to realise that setting a

speed limit and enforcing it

is only one side of the coin

– the other is attempting

to change driving culture.

Too many drivers view the

present 100km/h limit for

open New Zealand roads

as a “target” rather than

the maximum speed, to be

modified according to road

conditions. Furthermore,

there is the prevalent culture

of having to be at the head

of the queue, regardless of

the speed the column is

moving. Compare that to

Norway, where the open road

speed limit is 80km/h. In

my experience, traffic flows

far better there, and driving

a vehicle is so much easier.

And in Norway they get

away with two thirds of the

New Zealand death rate per

kilometres driven. Yes, unlike

us, they do have the money

to tunnel through many an

obstacle in the way – but that

does not explain the overall

results. Even on a German

autobahn with no speed

limits, I very rarely experience

the daringly aggressive

overtaking manoeuvres New

Zealand drivers seem to feel

they excel in. However, I daily

experience such behaviour

on my run into town. If you

check the science of all this,

you will find that a slower

vehicle speed can actually

increase throughput of a given

road, rather than reducing it.

My recommendation is, let’s

go for it.

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Macklan does

not drop a set

in South Island

school finals

Macklan

Robertson

OUR LADY Star of the Sea School

pupil Macklan Robertson returned

home from Timaru last week with

two South Island primary school

tennis titles.

Macklan didn’t drop a set on his

way to winning both the singles

and doubles titles in

the year 6 and under

boys division at the

South Island primaryintermediate

school

finals.

In pool play, the second

seed won all three

of his pool games,

including a 5-4(8), 4-0

win over No 3 seed,

Ej Emilio Gonzaga, from Merrin

Primary School.

He then defeated No 1 seed Ethan

Cook in the tournament final 5-3,

5-4(6).

A week before the South Island

tournament, the Sumner Tennis

Club member competed at the

Canterbury primary-intermediate

school championships at Wilding

Park, where he was defeated by

Ethan 2-4, 2-4.

In Timaru, Macklan and Ethan

teamed up to win the year 6 and under

boys doubles title. They defeated

another all-Canterbury pairing of

Ej Emilio and James Kirk 7-5 in the

final.

Brignell blasts Hanmer marathon

FAST: Lisa Brignell won the women’s title at the Hanmer

Springs Alpine Marathon in a time of 3hr 11min 35sec.

PHOTO: KARL VAN BEEK

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER RUNNING Club

members braved Saturday’s

scorching heat to compete in

two marathon events around

the South Island.

Lisa Brignell won the women’s

title at the Hanmer Springs Alpine

Marathon in a time of 3hr

11min 35sec. Her time was even

good enough for second out of

all runners.

“I was actually leading the

race for about 38km and then

the guy that won the race

blasted past me and was really

quick on the downhill to the

finish,” said Brignell.

The run from Lake Tennyson

to Hanmer Springs was done in

27 deg C heat on shingle tracks,

mostly uphill until the final

downhill blast into Hanmer.

It was the first time Brignell

had run the event because it

falls on the same day as the popular

Kepler Challenge held in Te

Anau. However, with entries to

this year’s challenge selling out

in just 4min she took the opportunity

to run in Hanmer.

However, a strong contingent

from Sumner headed south

for the 30th anniversary of the

Kepler Challenge. Record high

temperatures gave the 60km

ultra marathon an extra challenge.

Competitors climbed as high

as 1390m and accumulated

more than 2400m of total vertical

height gain, including the

famous Luxmore Grunt.

Two-time previous Kepler

winner, Vajin Armstrong, of

Sumner, came into the event

this year with a hindered buildup,

recovering from hamstring

and sacroiliac joint pain.

Armstrong was stoked to have

left everything on the trail and

stormed home in 5hr 15min

30sec to finish in fifth.

Tane Cambridge and Nathan

Jones put in a solid show, with

only 9sec separating them at the

finish. Cambridge completed

his first Kepler in an impressive

time of 5hr 39min 52sec, finishing

12th. Jones finished 13th

overall and third in the male

over-40 class.

Other noticeable performances

from Sumner runners

came from Paul Timothy, who

finished 20th overall in 5hr

49min 19sec. Mark Adams, of

Redcliffs, managed to join the

sub-six hour club by finishing

25th in 5hr 58min 48sec. David

Slater was 32nd in 6hr 11min

39sec, and Shaun McWhirter

was 42nd with a personal best of

6hr 27min 6sec. Crystal Wilkinson,

who joined the Sumner

SPORTS

PRE-RACE: Paul Timothy,

Shaun McWhirter and Mark

Adams get ready to take on

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club as a social member this

year, completed her first Kepler

in 8hr 22min.

The women’s event was won

by 26-year-old Ruby Muir,

of Wellington. It was her

fifth women’s title, which she

claimed with a time of 5hr

24min 54sec, just 1min 24sec

off the race record set in 2003.

Defending men’s champion

Sam McCutcheon, of

Wellington, defended his title

with a personal best time of

4hr 49min 50sec, 20min ahead

of Australian Stuart Gibson in

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

New hope for patients

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For those seeking relief from pain caused by injury, and other physical and mental

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Special offer for DeceMBer - if you

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A graduate of Beijing Medical College, Dr Lan

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practice, she discovered a reflexology network on

the human body, an exciting new discovery that

became the foundation of her new treatment –

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Instead of needles, Dr Lan uses a blunt instrument

to stimulate the reflexology points on the face

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repair centre to promote healing. As Dr Lan

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boosts the body’s healing system.

The body will heal injuries naturally, she says, but

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With her powerful treatment, results are produced

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She likens it to the differences between the

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It brings fast results because it is a very precise

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Depression and anxiety, often the result of ongoing

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citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. There is no

charge for this service.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre, 37 Nayland St

Knit and Yarn

Wednesday, 10am-noon,

Friday, 10.30am-noon

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. The sessions are

free, no bookings required.

Join in – beginners are welcome.

Lyttelton Library on

Wednesday, and Matuku

Takotako: Sumner Centre on

Friday

Strength ‘n’ Stretch Class

Wednesday, 6-7pm

For women in their fab 50s

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

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.

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by 5pm each Wednesday

Redcliffs Bowling Club, James

St, Redcliffs. $6

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

and rolling with the mini

music programme at the Port

Hills Uniting Parish’s Redcliffs

Church hall. Session costs $3

per child or $5 per family and

operates on a drop in

basis.

Augusta St, Redcliffs

Running Club

Thursday, 6-7pm

Get active and have fun

running with like-minded

people at the Kathmandu and

Salomon event. There are various

professional coaches to help

improve your running style and

encourage you. .

Mt Vernon Valley track car

park

CHRISTMAS SINGING: Get into the festive spirit with Christmas

carols by the beach next Thursday. The Sumner Silver Band

will be playing and Santa may even make an appearance on

a fire engine. Get along to the Sumner Surf Life Saving Club

grounds on December 14 from 6.30pm.

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

will be available to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations as well as sign

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

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

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:

Saturday, 9.30am-1pm, Madeira

car park.

Sumner Market: Sunday,

11am-3pm, cnr Esplanade and

Marriner St.

3 Garlands Road, Woolston

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Being sold ‘as is - where is’, this attractive

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