Bay Harbour: January 10, 2018

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2018

Shellfish threatened

Researcher looks into

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Well known Redcliffs identity Warren

Pasley, 86, passed away on Saturday.

He had a life-long love of the water.

Sarla Donovan reports

WARREN PASLEY had hands

like paddles, and the feet to

match.

His friends remember his

swimming stroke as beautiful,

effortless but incredibly quick.

Friend of 67 years, Tony

Johnson lived across the road

from the Pasley family, which

shifted from Invercargill when

Warren’s father Eric bought the

Redcliffs Four Square Grocery

Shop in 1950.

The site on Main Rd is

now where the New World

supermarket is.

Warren and his two brothers

Tom and John were prominent

swimmers and the Sumner Surf

Life Saving Club “snapped the

Pasley boys up,” said Mr Johnson,

who was a member at the

club and is now patron.

But the brothers had to bag a

certain amount of sugar, flour

and other dry goods at the shop

each day before they were allowed

out to the beach.

Mr Johnson said the shop

was one of the first to parcel up

goods for self-service, instead of

customers having them weighed

at the counter.

A teenager when he joined the

Oreti Surf Live Saving Club in

Invercargill, Warren competed

as a junior and a senior from

1945-49.

He was also a keen pool

swimmer who held national

intermediate backstroke records

for 100 and 220 yards during

those years.

•Turn to page 4

Key issues

for 2018

include

Coastal

Pathway

and roading

• By Sarla Donovan

THE COASTAL Pathway and

peninsula roading are both key

priorities this year.

Bay Harbour News asked

members of the Banks Peninsula

and Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community boards what were

the key issues in their areas.

Heathcote ward city councillor

Sara Templeton

said finishing

the Coastal

Pathway was a

top priority.

A $10 million

funding

shortfall

remains for the

Sara Templeton

Moncks Bay to

Shag Rock section.

“This is the most difficult and

dangerous section,” said Cr

Templeton.

“It currently has no city council

footpath. There was one prior to

the earthquakes, but the rockfall

and land movement remediation

removed it. The city council

needs to provide both safe

pedestrian access along here

and to complete the cycleway to

Sumner.”

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A FITTING tribute on page 1 today for

Warren Pasley.

Warren was very well known in the area

and as Sarla Donovan’s article suggests, sea

water probably flowed through his veins.

His hands and feet were the size of

paddles apparently. No wonder he could propel himself swiftly

through the water, whether it be in the pool or sea.

As well as winning medals in various carnivals and

competitions, Warren also did his bit for the community.

He was an active patrol member with the Sumner surf club,

was part of Community Watch and was a Sumner-Ferrymead-

Redcliffs Men’s Probus Club member.

On page 7, we look at a comprehensive study into who is

harvesting shellfish from the estuary, and other estuary-related

matters. – Barry Clarke

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Issues on agenda

•From page 1

She said the pathway would

provide a safe cycling route for

students in the bays area and

stood to benefit the whole city,

not just the coastal area.

Other projects

that would

be front and

centre for the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community

Board this year

Tori Peden

were the bays

area skate

park and the Sumner Village

Master Plan; establishing a dog

park – possibly at the former

Maori Village site in Ferrymead;

and progressing the Woolston

Village Master Plan and the

Linwood pool project.

Meanwhile, the poor state of

peninsula roading would be a

priority for Banks Peninsula

Community Board member

Tori Peden.

Ms Peden said there were

many steep, gravel roads which

were a “lot trickier” than city

roads. “We feel they’re not getting

enough attention.”

Progressing the Naval Point

development in Lyttelton was

another area of focus, though

this was likely to take up to six

years to complete, she said.

Other issues identified by Ms

Peden are the Akaroa wastewater

upgrade and securing a portable

water supply for Okains Bay,

which currently has boil water

notices in place for all residents

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

INCOMPLETE: Getting the Coastal Pathway completed is a

priority for Heathcote Ward city councillor Sara Templeton.

and campground visitors.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: What

do you think should be a

priority in the Bay Harbour

News area this year? Email

sarla.donovan@starmedia.

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LIFESAVERS: With friends at Taylors Mistake beach in the late 1950s (left to

right): Bev Breward, Warren Pasley, Kerry McDonald, Tony Johnson, Brian

Rattray, Dennis Quane (kneeling).

Redcliffs identity had life-long

•From page 1

After shifting to

Christchurch and joining

the Sumner SLSC, he went

on to serve on various club

committees and became

club captain and instructor

between 1954 and 1956.

He competed in six-man,

four-man, surf ski rescue,

canoe, paddleboard, surf

race and beltman events at

Canterbury and national

championship level until

the early 1960s.

He was a Canterbury

belt (senior) championship

holder for four consecutive

seasons in the early 1950s.

In 1954 Warren toured

Australia as a member of

the New Zealand Surf Life

Saving team, winning a

senior surf race in the NZ

v Australia test at Bondi

and was first in a surf ski

race against Queensland.

In 1956, Warren made

one of the first fibreglass

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He was an active patrol

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to Oamaru in 1964 to

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OLD SEA DOGS: At the Sumner SLSC 100th-year centenary. Warren is front

row on the right.

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On his return to

Christchurch, Warren

worked as a teacher for

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School followed by a year

at Kingslea Residential

School.

His wife Dianne said

this experience prompted

a change to social work,

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for the Children and

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A keen angler who

loved fly fishing, there

weren’t many lakes

or rivers in the South

Island that he hadn’t

fished.

In later years Warren

used to drive the City

to Sumner Community

Watch car and was a

member of Sumner-

Ferrymead-Redcliffs

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Impact of taking estuary shellfish

Little is known about who

is harvesting shellfish

from the Avon-Heathcote

Estuary and what impact,

if any, this is having on the

sustainability of the beds

and bird feeding grounds.

Environment Canterbury

councillor and Avon-

Heathcote Estuary Ihutai

Trust member Cynthia

Roberts is hoping new

research will shed light

on what’s happening.

Sarla Donovan reports

ANYONE WHO regularly drives

along the McCormacks Bay

causeway can’t help but notice

them.

Groups of people dotted over

the sand at low tide, with their

trousers and skirts hitched up

and buckets nearby.

They are collecting shellfish

from the sandbed and there

seems to be an increasing number

doing it. But how safe is the

practice? And how sustainable is

it? That’s what a research project

aims to find out.

Canterbury University third

year biological science student

Stephanie Hampson has been

brought on board this summer

to try and shed some light on an

area in which there are “gaps in

our knowledge,” admits Cynthia

Roberts.

Both the university and the

Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai

Trust have contributed to the

costs of the summer research

project, which will be supervised

by Associate Professor Islay

Marsden, an aquatic ecophysiologist

from the School of Biological

Science.

Prof Marsden has been a member

of the trust for 10 years and is

currently its chairwoman.

The trust manages the ecological

welfare of the estuary and is

working to update its management

plan, said Dr Roberts.

“As part of that, we realised

there are gaps in our knowledge,

and one of those was shellfish

and harvesting. We’re particularly

interested because you

regularly see people harvesting at

the end of the causeway in spite

of signs saying it’s not healthy – it

is still quite contaminated after

the earthquakes and after high

rainfall.”

The level of contamination

varies, with the signs only put

up when there are concerns, but

Dr Roberts said people continue

even then.

“Signs were up pretty well continuously

during the heavy winter

rains. The estuary is a receiver

for all the contaminants coming

down from rooftops, roads, pathways.

Stormwater carries high

contaminants, such as dog faeces

and so on, and this is the receiving

basin of all the stormwater off

quite a large catchment.”

One of the aims of the plan is

for people to be able to resume

shellfish harvesting, she said:

“But we want to make sure if

they are – they’re not poisoning

themselves.”

Miss Hampson said she was

looking forward to the project.

“I think it will be very interesting.

I haven’t done much social

science and I’m learning a lot

about how people perceive the

environment. A lot of people

know about the bad – like smell,

murky water – but something

like the sea lettuce for example,

they don’t know if it’s good or

bad.”

One of her tasks will be asking

estuary users to complete a questionnaire

including what they are

collecting shellfish for and how

often they come.

There’s also a bit of citizen science

involved. People who have

been regular collectors over the

years may have insight into how

the abundance of shellfish has

changed.

And there’s also the small

matter of the health and density

of the shellfish beds themselves,

and whether harvesting is really

sustainable.

Dr Roberts compares them to

kidneys.

“Wonderful filters of any waterway;

they’re a very important

part of an estuary eco-system.

We want to maintain a healthy

population, so will be doing

RESEARCH:

Dr Cynthia

Roberts on

the mud

flats beside

Mt Pleasant

causeway,

with cockle

shells,

crabs and

barnacles. ​

some sampling and looking at

the health of those by doing some

quadrant surveys.”

Research will be based at the

end of the causeway but may be

extended to two other sites on the

Southshore side of the estuary.

There has been work done on

the health of shellfish over the

past 30 years, but not in the postearthquake

period.

“We’re intrigued that so many

groups are out there harvesting,”

said Dr Roberts.

“Are they using it for bait?

. . . we don’t know. One of the

things that’s happened around

the country is these things creep

up on us and all of a sudden

we’ve wiped out a whole area of

paua or crayfish and have lost the

ability to replenish it because it’s

too late.

“And we have one of the

biggest populations of godwits

and there are many other

estuary bird feeders such as pied

stilts, spoonbills and herons,

for example – which are very

dependent on the food in the

estuary.

“There could be a trophic

cascade (where an alteration

in the food chain triggers

changes in the ecosystem). Over

harvesting in any environment

could upset the balance.”

Does she think the influx of

people into the city helping with

the rebuild has anything to do with

it?

“The answer to that is one of

the reasons we want to do this

research. I think full stop there’s

been an increase in population

in Christchurch and we have

more people coming in who love

fishing and catching their food.

“This is a lovely, free resource

and there’s all sorts of reasons

people might be out there.

Maybe those people haven’t been

through our school system where

we put such an emphasis on the

environment so it’s part of our

challenge to educate them.”

The research findings should be

published by the end of March.

ECO-SYSTEM:

The estuary at

low tide near

Southshore.

Research may

be carried

out on the

Southshore

side of the

estuary.


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Kenny Ardouin

Our People

Speech therapy role close to heart

Kenny Ardouin was

born with cleft lip and

palate – the most

common birth defect

in New Zealand. The

26-year-old lives in

Redcliffs and works

as a speech language

therapist. Kenny talks to

reporter Sarla Donovan

about his journey

So what was it like growing

up with cleft palate?

Well, it was certainly a bit

different. I feel it’s taught me a

lot – I’ve learned to be more understanding

of other people and

the things others go through. It

did present challenges, certainly

as I got into the teenage years

and was having to make some

pretty difficult decisions around

a treatment pathway at the same

time as trying to have a normal

teenage life. And interacting

with your peers, feeling like in

new situations you’re on the back

foot because you look and sound

different; people often have preconceived

ideas and unconscious

bias that you’ve got to overcome.

How did your parents help

you with some of those challenges

– they must have been an

important influence?

I grew up in a loving and

supportive environment. My

parents had an expectation that

I would be able to do whatever I

wanted to do and never treated

me differently, but at the same

time acknowledged that things

could be difficult at times. They

also helped with making difficult

decisions, even when I threw

it back in their face. They had

always investigated different

treatment options for me and really

fought my corner, advocated

for me. But when it was time

to made decisions for myself, I

went against what they wanted

me to do, which must have been

incredibly frustrating for them. I

was 16 and couldn’t see the bigger

picture, whereas they could.

But it took three years for me to

see that.

Was this to do with options

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Yes, I was having to consider

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BOH RUNGA has been busy

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