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McCullough ‘chuffed’ with award

• By Sarla Donovan

A TIRELESS worker for the

rebuild of the Mt Pleasant

Community Centre has been

recognised with a civic award.

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He was among 12 groups

and individuals acknowledged

for outstanding service to the

community at a ceremony at the

Arts Centre last week.

The Friends of the Akaroa

Museum was recognised for its

commitment to preserving the

past.

The awards were presented

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Mr McCullough was awarded

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and Residents Association and

for the work he has put in since

the earthquakes to get the centre

back up and running.

World Buskers Festival

founder Jodi Wright nominated

him for the award. The pair have

known each other from the

early 1990s when Ms Wright

started the festival and Mr

McCullough was getting his first

Blues, Brews and BBQs event

under way.

He said it was particularly

poignant to be recognised for his

work after the earthquakes, as it

had been a challenging time.

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• By Sarla Donovan

FIREFIGHTERS on some parts

of Banks Peninsula will have

to manage with limited water

supplies this summer, in spite of

scorching temperatures.

The Banks Peninsula

Community Board last week

had a briefing from Fire and

Emergency New Zealand’s

principal rural fire officer Darrin

Woods on how FENZ will work in

rural areas.

The meeting was originally

scheduled for February this year

but that was overtaken by the Port

Hills fire.

Board member Tori Peden

said she had been hoping for

more specifics to come out of the

meeting.

“I expressed concerns about

access to water in the Little River/

Birdlings Flat area and was told

things were in the pipeline, it was

just a waiting game.”

Little River firefighters

and residents are worried

property could be put at risk

this summer after the city

council took back an almost new

water tanker when FENZ was

created, swapping it for a smaller,

slower vehicle.

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Sneaky bid to deter freedom campers

Signs stolen so

camper vans

won’t park up

• By Sarla Donovan

PEOPLE AGAINST freedom

camping are taking the law into

their own hands in a sneaky bid

to thwart them from staying

over night.

Akaroa Police Senior

Constable Anita Osborne said

not all residents welcomed

freedom campers to the area

and some felt very strongly

about the issue.

But fully self-contained

camper vans are legally able to

park for two nights in threequarters

of the streets around

the area and people needed to

find better ways to communicate

their feelings than stealing signs,

she said.

Freedom camping signs in

Akaroa Heritage Park and

Ellangowan Reserve near

Hickory Bay were targeted last

Wednesday.

One was stolen and another

damaged. The signs show where

and for how long self-contained

camper vans can legally park.

The vandalism follows an

earlier incident last Monday

on Banks Peninsula.

when two freedom camping

signs were taken from Selwyn

Ave, Akaroa.

Those signs were left on the

Akaroa Police Station doorstep

after Senior Constable Osborne

used social media to call for

their return.

“I’m trying to drum in that

there are lawful alternatives to

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THEFT: Camping signs like this have been stolen and

damaged in Akaroa Heritage Park and Ellangowan Reserve

make your voice heard,” she told

Bay Harbour News.

Her advice: “If you want to

protest make a sign and stand

on a corner. Or complain to the

city council, and take part in

community meetings and have

some input. Be lawful. Because

otherwise, you may end up at

court.”

She said larger vans weren’t a

problem but some of the smaller

ones, where the toilet was

located beneath the mattress,

weren’t very practical.

She said people travelling in

smaller vans often used public

toilets instead, because it was

difficult to access the toilet if a

bed was on top.

Rules around which vehicles

qualified as ‘self-contained’ were

tightened earlier this year after a

review of the national standard

for self containment of motor

caravans and caravans.

Motor Caravan Association

national policy planning

manager James Imlach said

the tightening was in response

to vehicles which complied

with the technical wording of

the standard – to have a toilet

on-board – but not the intent,

which was for people to use the

toilet inside the vehicle.

Under the new standard, a

person must be able to use the

toilet within the vehicle, even

when the bed is made up.

Mr Imlach said there were

some vehicles on the road which

were certified under the old

standard (certification is given

for four years) but they currently

make up less than one per cent

of motor homes registered in

New Zealand.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

SECURITY CAMERA FUND

A Givealittle page to help

purchase and install surveillance

cameras in Sumner has so far

attracted $2215 from 35 donors.

The group behind the cameras,

Safer Sumner, was formed last

month after a spate of aggravated

burglaries in the area, including

an armed intruder who was

confronted by Emely van Ras

in her Scarborough home. Safer

Sumner wants to raise $4000 to

install two cameras in the village.

Donations to the Givealittle page

close on January 5.

SCOTT PARK PROGRESS

A landscape architect has been

appointed to remedy issues with

the layout and design of Scott

Park, Ferrymead. The park has

been criticised for its lack of

public access to the foreshore

and poor layout, parking and

public space. The city council

has developed an initial brief for

the architect which will go to a

working party for discussion.

CRUISE SHIP LEVY

The Akaroa Civic Trust wants a

$5 levy on cruise ship passengers

who come onshore, to help fund

the Akaroa health hub. The

trust has raised the idea with the

Banks Peninsula Community

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Well known teacher faces another

ACTIVE:

Retired

school

teacher

Chris

Todd has

inoperable

cancer.

She is now

working on

her bucket

list.

PHOTO:

MARTIN

HUNTER

Chris Todd has just retired after teaching for 31 years at Christchurch

Boys’ High School. The Sumner resident also has terminal cancer –

shattering to most, Toddy, as she is affectionately known, is taking it in her

stride. Julia Evans reports

CHRIS TODD knew she had

cancer before her doctor said the

word.

The Christchurch Boys’ High

School maths and athletics

teacher, known as Toddy, figured

it out after being sent for blood

tests and CT scans. From the

stomach down, then from the

neck down, then just in her liver.

“I didn’t drink, I wasn’t

overweight. There shouldn’t

have been anything wrong,” she

said.

She was referred to an

oncologist.

“A little voice in my head said

something wasn’t right . . . I

hadn’t been told it was cancer

but I was seeing an oncologist. I

knew by that stage,” she said.

It was on April 10, 2014, when

her doctor finally said she had a

gastrointestinal neuroendocrine

tumour.

“I said, yeah, alright. I know

. . . the doctor said start working

on your bucket list.”

She was told it had spread and

she was terminal. There are 27

tumours in her liver – she calls

them The Fockers.

The cancer is inoperable,

it’s the same kind that Apple

founder Steve Jobs died of in

2011.

“When I was told it was a

rare form of cancer I said good.

I wouldn’t want the garden

variety,” Miss Todd said. “I

went and told my friends, it is

cancer but it’s no big deal. I can

still remember the look on their

faces.”

She said she feels blessed that

they can’t be operated on. “In my

opinion, the less you’re cut open,

the better.”

Miss Todd has now retired

after 31 years at CBHS, teaching

maths and a time as head of

sport.

She said it was a difficult

decision to make as the school

had been her life since 1986. But

she won’t really be leaving.

“I’ve set up in my will for my

money to go into a scholarship

for boys’ high runners,” she

said.

Miss Todd’s entire estate will

go towards helping athletic and

multi-sport students attend

events they might not otherwise

afford, following her death.

But since her diagnosis, the

active Sumner resident has been

doing everything in her power to

finish her bucket list.

Which has included several

trips to cycle the Alpes d’Huez

section of the Tour de France.

Her oncologist said she would

feel better just having coffee with

her friends at home. But instead

of heeding the advice, Miss Todd

made it her mission.

“I sent a photo of me at the top

of the Alpes d’Huez. It’s in the

waiting room of the clinic now,”

she said.

And she’s got plans to go back

next year. “Hopefully, I’ll die

coming off my bike on a hill in

France.”

Cycling is a relatively new thing

for Miss Todd, she had competed

solely as a runner until 2008

when she started riding.

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“Someone said don’t give

Toddy a bike, she only knows

how to run. It’s a bad idea to tell

me I can’t do something.”

A year later in 2009 she was

competing in the World Duathalon

Championships in Concord,

California. Then again the following

year in Edinburgh, Scotland,

and a further year in Gijon,

Spain, where she came fourth in

her age group.

Even now she cycles for

several hours a day on her

stationary bicycle: “To spite The

Fockers.”

But Miss Todd’s first passion

has always been running.

She used to go on a two-hour

run through the Port Hills every

morning before cycling to CBHS

via Governors Bay and the Sign

of the Kiwi. The running stopped,

not because of the cancer, but a

botched hip replacement which

she said was “harder to come to

terms with than The Fockers.”

“I’m a bit of a street fighter . . .

if I’m told I can’t do something,

I’ll do it . . . the cancer became

another challenge,” Miss Todd

said.

More than $50,000 was raised

for Miss Todd to be able to have

radiation treatment in Melbourne,

not funded through the

New Zealand health system.

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challenge: Terminal cancer

Although when she first asked

to be referred to Melbourne’s

PROOF: Chris Todd sent this

photo of herself at the summit

of the Alp D’Huez to her

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wouldn’t make it.

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she was told she “wasn’t sick

enough.”

But Miss Todd wrote a PhDlike

essay on all of the reasons she

was suitable for the treatment. A

month later she was having the

first round.

“I say to people it’s a bit like

earthquake repairs. You’ve got to

manage it yourself,” she said.

The treatment stunted The

Fockers’ growth, she said. The

tumours haven’t grown in more

than two years.

Although Miss Todd said she’s

fully aware they will “rear their

heads again.” When they do, she’s

going to have a massive party.

“Terminal cancer really

changes your attitude to life. The

little things bother you less.”

Until then she still has a few

things to tick off that bucket list

she was told to start: “I want to

still be alive to ride the Sumner

Rd again.”

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Surf advocate

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appeal against the Lyttelton Port

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harbour shipping channel.

LPC has been granted resource

consent to extend the existing

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the consent over concerns about

local surf breaks.

SPS spokesman Michael Gunson

said yesterday it had resolved

its concerns after LPC agreed to

additional protective measures.

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of a surfing liaison group,

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Community service recognised

•From page 1

“Our house fell down so we

were managing that at the same

time as the rebuild of the centre,

as well as looking after my

mother and my in-laws who all

had Alzheimer’s disease.”

Taking a key role in fundraising,

council liaison and as chairman,

Mr McCullough helped

oversee the transformation of the

centre from a 1950s community

hall to a modern, light and airy

community centre which is oriented

to look over the estuary.

It’s a now a busy place, with up

to 50 groups and classes using

the spaces each week, as well as a

dedicated cafe.

Friends of Akaroa Museum

was awarded for their ongoing

support of Akaroa Museum and

commitment to preserving the

past and sharing the stories of

Banks Peninsula’s history.

Chairman David Miller said it

was “gratifying” to be recognised

by the city council.

The group had taken on an

advocacy role after earthquake

damage caused the museum’s

closure in 2012.

“We’ve been pushing (the city

council) hard on the rejuvenation

so this is a tremendous

acknowledgement of the friends’

work with them and the museum

trust board.”

Museums like Akaroa were

RECOGNITION: Derek McCullough (centre) at the Civic Awards

with Linwood Ward city councillor Yani Johanson and Mayor

Lianne Dalziel.

important because they reflected

the local area and its history in

a way that large museums can’t,

said Dr Miller.

“It’s a repository of voices of

many former Akaroa residents.

It houses items of local and national

significance, reflects what’s

been going on in the area for the

last 200 years and is beloved by

the community because it’s for

the community.”

Paying tribute to the award

recipients, Ms Dalziel said their

selflessness and generosity had

not gone unnoticed and the city

was grateful for their contribution.

“It is the people in your community

who want to see you

or your organisation honoured

in this way. The award is but a

small token of the appreciation

we have for the work you have

done. People like you make our

city and Banks Peninsula what

they are. And you make us all

proud.’’

•From page 1

The brigade covers a 60km

radius from Seabridge Rd near

Motukarara to the Hilltop

Tavern and uses the tanker to

carry water to fires.

Mr Woods has confirmed a

new tanker has been commissioned,

but it won’t be ready until

after the summer, as it needs to

be purpose built.

It will be four-wheel-drive and

have up to 4000 litres capacity.

The current tanker only takes

about 2200 litres, Ms Peden said.

“He didn’t really tell us much. I

asked about where private water

tanks were located on the peninsula,

but he didn’t have a map of

where they are.”

She said it looked like the

brigade would have to create an

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HOT: A recent grass fire near

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Concern for firefighters

up-to-date area map themselves.

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risk, which is already at ‘very

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Brigades in Sumner, Governors

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issues as they are able to access

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• By Sarla Donovan

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Spence Developments

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the city council in November

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Community reaction

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Marine Drive development

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111-space car park, cafe,

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resource consent would be

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• By Sarla Donovan

TWO LARGE trees on the

former Redcliffs School site

could be in for the chop.

City councillors voted in

September to approve the sale of

Redcliffs Park, Beachville Rd, to

the Ministry of Education so the

school could be built there.

The former Redcliffs School

site on Main Rd will be transferred

to the city council to

become a park. The Ministry will

remove the current buildings.

But the Redcliffs Residents

Association is worried the trees

– an oak and an elm – could be

cut down at the same time as the

buildings are removed.

It asked the city council if

the trees could be placed on the

significant and notable trees

register.

But they were told the trees

can’t be added because the register

is full.

Head of parks Brent Smith said

there was “no intention at this

stage” to add any more trees to

the schedule of significant trees

before the next District Plan

review.

That’s not likely to be for another

10 years as the city has just

completed a full review.

He said that once the school

grounds come under the control

of the city council, a resource

LANDMARK: This oak tree at the former Redcliffs School on

Main Rd may be removed when the city council develops

playing fields on the site.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

consent would be required to

remove any trees over 10m.

And during the demolition

phase, the city council would ask

for measures to protect “particular

trees” but would not say if

that would include the oak and

the elm.

Association secretary Pat McIntosh

said she had seen one city

council plan which suggested the

trees would be cleared for playing

fields.

But Mr Smith said a detailed

landscape plan for the site has

not been developed yet.

“There are a number of

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configurations of the sports fields

that will fit in the space available

and a number of them include

retaining the large oak and

elm in the centre of the school

grounds.”

Dr McIntosh said she wasn’t

certain of the trees’ age but they

“looked to be” around 60 years

old.

“We remain concerned about

their future,” she said.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Should

the trees be given protected

status? Email your views to

sarla.donovan@starmedia.

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• By Sarla Donovan

MATURE pohutukawa,

cabbage and lacebark trees

were chopped up and have

been left lying on the ground

at a property on Sumner’s

Esplanade.

Nikki and Ron Twine’s

110-year-old earthquakedamaged

house was demolished

more than two years ago, but

contractors were careful to leave

some of the mature trees on

the section, including the three

growing next to a boundary

fence.

The couple – who are living

in Redcliffs while waiting to rebuild

on the site – were shocked

last week to discover someone

had trespassed onto the property

and cut down the three

trees, as well as an established

potato vine.

The Twines had lived at the

address for 21 years and the

trees were 5-6m high and at

least 20 years old.

Trunks and branches were left

lying on the ground.

It was not until neighbours

complained to the city council

about the fire risk that they discovered

what had happened.

Mr Twine said it was “pretty

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gut-wrenching” to see the damage

as trees like that took a long

time to grow.

They have notified the police

and the city council.

Police have said they can issue

a trespass notice but need evidence

to be able to do this.

But Mrs Twine said she didn’t

have any evidence and didn’t

want to prosecute.

“I just want people to have a

conscience and think about how

this might feel for us.”

She said she didn’t know why

people would want to cut the

trees down, as they didn’t block

views.

•Anyone with information

can get in touch with Mrs

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WASTEWATER flows into

Akaroa Harbour are much

higher than previously thought.

The city council has to apply

for a variation of resource consent

after finding the old meter

was under-reading the discharge

flow by about 50 per cent.

A new meter has now been

installed which will be used to

accurately record the flow.

City council manager

planning and delivery for

three waters and waste John

Moore said it would lodge an

application with Environment

Canterbury early next year.

ECan would then determine

whether the variation of consent

would be notified.

There were no environmental

concerns associated with the

• By Sarla Donovan

THE installation of a wastewater

line through Lyttelton Tunnel

has been delayed.

On-site work has been halted

due to problems manufacturing

the overseas-made pipe.

New Zealand Transport

Agency senior project

extra discharge, Mr Moore said.

“The Akaroa Wastewater

Treatment Plant outfall is

regularly monitored for the

quality of the treated water

discharged to harbour and the

testing is not affected by flow.”

The higher flow also means

two further locations – Hickory

Bay and Redcliffe Point – have

been added to a list of suitable

irrigation sites as part of a

proposed future land-based

disposal systems.

Takamatua Valley, Robinsons

Bay and Pompeys Pillar had

already been short-listed.

The city council is looking at

options for recycling Akaroa’s

wastewater before its consent

to discharge into the harbour

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manager Chris Collins said

the wastewater pipe was being

laid in conjunction with the

tunnel’s new fire deluge system,

as it provided “commercial and

economic benefits” for the city

council and NZTA.

Mr Collins said the pipe had

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trees or pasture in nearby areas,

or to provide non-drinking

water for garden watering and

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Deep well injection is

another possible option being

looked at.

Mr Moore said the city

council is investigating the

technical feasibility of the

practice and its use in other

parts of the country “to

determine if it is viable in this

situation”.

A hui was held with Ngai

Tahu to discuss the idea last

month and the city council is

currently awaiting feedback

from that.

A final decision on which

option to implement will be

made in November after further

consultation midway through

next year.

Plan to put pipe under Lyttelton Tunnel delayed

He did not believe the delay

would cause work to finish later

than planned.

“The last city council work

package, the section from

Heathcote tunnel portal to the

pump station in Woolston, is not

due for completion until 2019, so

there is no urgency around the

installation of this pipe which

cannot be commissioned

until then anyway,” said Mr

Collins.

He was unsure if there would

be any extra cost to the project as

a result of the delay in getting the

wastewater pipe.

The rest of the project was

proceeding “largely as planned”,

he said.

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Xmas trees galore

TOP PAIR: Raylene Hunter and Diane Ritchie took out the President’s Trophy at the Mt Pleasant

Bridge Club prize-giving.

Bridge club award winners

THE MT Pleasant Bridge Club

has celebrated it top achievers at

an annual Christmas lunch and

prize-giving ceremony.

Raylene Hunter and Diane

Ritchie won the President’s Trophy

for Wednesday night pairs.

Louis and Linda Smolar won

the Nancy Alabaster Trophy for

Friday afternoon pairs.

Lindsay Eagle took home the

KK Trophy for best average for

three night matches held during

the year. The Anniversary Trophy

for best average for three day

matches held during the year was

won by Raylene Hunter.

The highest score on a

Wednesday night went to Don

Le Page and Christine Jackson –

71.53 per cent.

The highest score on a Friday

afternoon went to Raylene

Hunter and Judy Brown – 68.52

per cent.

The winner of the Rita Mander

Trophy was Gerard Burgers.

The trophy is given out annually

to a member who is not on the

committee but has excelled with

helping to make the club a great

place to go and play bridge.

The club will start its bridge

games again on Friday, January

19. It runs two sessions each

week on Wednesday at 7.15pm

and Friday from 1pm.

For further information, call

Kay Goodman on 384 3588.

Ferrymead Rotary

Club member Barbara

Crooks writes about the

organisation’s work at this

time of year, including

selling Christmas trees at

Scott Park, Ferrymead, and

Barnett Park, Redcliffs

CHRISTMAS started early for

Ferrymead Rotary – during

August shoe boxes were filled

with clothing, school equipment,

toys, special things to love and

personal hygiene items.

These were given to Samaritan’s

Purse which distributes the

boxes to children in six countries

– Fiji, Papua New Guinea,

Vanuatu, Samoa, Vietnam,

Thailand and Cambodia.

Ferrymead Rotary’s boxes

went to Fiji in time for Christmas.

Last year, 8000 boxes were

sent from the South Island, contributing

to the 11 million boxes

donated worldwide.

Selling Christmas trees is

also a long-standing tradition

for Ferrymead Rotary – it has

sold them every year since 1993.

Members set up bright and early

with trees freshly cut on the

morning of the sale.

After much looking, measuring,

admiring and smelling of

the pine trees, almost everyone

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FESTIVE: Buying a freshly

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Christmas plum puddings

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dogs.

A Christmas hamper was also

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Non-perishable groceries and

presents were carefully selected

with special attention to the

individual preferences of the

children.

The Warehouse also collects

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CHAMPS: Heathcote celebrates after winning the metro A one-day competition by

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HEATHCOTE WILL head

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fine spirits after winning the

metro A one-day cricket title

on Sunday.

They defeated Lancaster

Park Addington by 38 runs

at Heathcote Domain in an

exciting final which saw a

number of momentum shifts

throughout the day.

After winning the toss and

electing to bat first, Heathcote

found themselves in trouble

early after openers Matt House

and James Knight were both

removed within four overs at

5/2.

LP Addington continued

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Heathcote at 44/4 before three

crucial partnerships helped

steady the ship.

Charles Grey (29) and

Tommy Sturgess (45) combined

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partnership before Grey was

dismissed in the 24th over.

That bought wicket-keeper/

batsman Jesse Ruwhiu to the

crease who added a crucial 43

runs.

With the score at 179/8

in the 40th over, Heathcote

looked destined to be defending

a total under 200.

However, Craig Davenport

provided a late flurry. The No

10 smashed 32 – including

three fours and a six – from

21 deliveries to help the hosts

post a respectable 223.

LP Addington got away

to a strong start in their run

chase and were 40/0 in the

seventh over. Heathcote then

took three wickets for 28 runs

to have LP Addington 68/3

in the 18th over. A 41-run

stand from Joseph Taylor and

Ben Cochrane for the fourth

wicket gave LP Addington a

glimmer of hope. However,

Heathcote’s ability to take

wickets at a regular rate kept

them in charge.

They eventually dismissed

the visitors for 185 in the 44th

over. Shane McConnell (4/32)

and Sturgess (3/46) were the

best of the bowlers for Heathcote.

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Your Local Views

Tell us about your Scarborough playground

memories. Email sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

Scarborough playground upgrade

The

Scarborough

playground

upgrade was

given the

go-ahead on

Monday, much

to the delight

of Heathcote

Ward city councillor Sara

Templeton

I HAVE fond memories of the

Scarborough Park playground.

Not only did I take my children

there when they were younger,

but my parents took me to play

there when I was a child too. In

fact, some of the equipment is so

old that I actually swung on it

40-plus years ago.

Scarborough has always been

a destination for the city and this

small playground is in the top

10 most used for Christchurch.

Most of the equipment is at the

end of its life, though, so I’m

really pleased to see the upgrade

finally get under way.

The engagement with the community

started in late 2016 and

while funding was briefly pushed

out in the draft Annual Plan

earlier this year, a very generous

donation saw the project get back

on track and it will be recognised

with a plaque on site at the opening.

Christchurch has signed up

to become a Child and Youth

Friendly City – part of an

international network. As new

facilities are developed and old

ones renewed we are engaging

much better with those who will

be using them and, in this case,

it involved working closely with

children from Sumner to design

a playground that they will love

using.

It has a mix of new equipment,

such as the ‘eagles nest’, and natural

play elements using sections

of a tree that needs to be felled

for health and safety reasons. It

also has accessible equipment

and a track designed for the kids’

mode of choice for transport

these days – scooters.

One of the most loved pieces

of play equipment in the current

playground is the old rocking

horse. There was a desire from

the community to keep it and so

it will be. It will be taken out and

tidied up before being reinstalled

as a static piece for play.

It’s hard to visualise a new play

area from a plan on paper, but

I know it’s going to be fabulous

and I can’t wait to see the faces

of the children when it opens in

time for next summer.

PLAY: Scarborough

playground will have a new

mouse wheel but the old

rocking horse will stay and

get a face-lift.

Lanes will be marked

to separate cyclists and

pedestrians on the Coastal

Pathway.

Vanessa McIntosh – I

always thought the Coastal

Pathway was for pedestrians

only anyway.

Cyclists still

have their own

exclusive lane

on the roadway

already. Why

don’t the

cyclists use that

and leave the

walkway to the

pedestrians?

Romy Forrer – The markings

will just be ignored like the ones

in Hagley Park. If everyone

keeps left and is considerate of

others (that includes adjusting

speed and maybe moving over

a little when someone is trying

to get past), there won’t be a

problem.

Wendy Davie – It’s simple.

Keep left when walking or

biking, cyclists warn walkers

on approach, and pass like you

would in a car. I walk here often

and have noticed both

walkers and cyclists

seem to have forgotten

to keep left. If people

used commonsense

and courtesy then

signs are not needed,

but many seem to lack

that in this “all about

me” world.

Sophie Jolliffe

– All bikes should have bells.

Ting ting, it’s simple and polite.

Works in Berlin.

Robert St-Denis – Coastal

Pathway should be used by

walkers and slow bike riders like

mummy and daddy taking the

kids for a stroll, grandma and

grandad doing an afternoon ride

or tourists doing continuous

stop-and-go to take pictures of

our lovely landscape. Bike paths

on the road are for commuters

that either travel to work or cycle

at a higher speed than what is

considered safe on a shared path.

Mary Lovell-Smith – In

Japan pedestrians and cyclists

share most streets easily, on busy

roads cyclists use the footpaths.

It seems we just need a mindset

change as much as anything.

The speed limit on Dyers

Pass Rd could be lowered

to 60km/h

Cathy Lum Webb – Definitely

reduce speed around the

hills. Currently there is a speed

limit of 100km/h between Rapaki

and Governors Bay and it’s super

dangerous with many sharp

bends. There are so many boy

racers around the hills at night –

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spending time with friends and

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• Don’t try to lose weight over the festive

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• Eat regular meals. If you skip meals you

are more likely to fill up on high fat snacks.

It only takes a few of these snacks to add

up to more calories than your usual meal.

• Avoid going to a function hungry, you

can easily eat a lot of party food in a short

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quick and will help fill you up. It will also

help if you are well hydrated, so try drinking

a few glasses of water before you arrive.

• Deep fried foods, crumbed and battered

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fat. Choose fruit, vegetable or bread based

snacks.

• If you are hosting the party, offer your

guests a range of healthy snacks. Always

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vegetable sticks.

• If you are taking a plate, make yours a

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currently in season?

• Listen to your body and stop eating

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• Just say ‘No” to food – mentally

Be aware of how much you are actually drinking

practice strategies to decline food offers. For

example: “It looks amazing but I am full” or

“I tried it and it was great”.

• Chat and mingle. If you are bored at a

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food table or seek out the serving platter. A

good conversation can distract you from the

food. Avoid standing right beside the food

table or bar while you’re talking.

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each day.

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