Bay Harbour: January 31, 2018

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Abusive teens ‘out of

control’ at yacht club

• By Sarla Donovan

THE Christchurch Yacht Club

was overrun by more than 100

teenagers last week, prompting an

emergency meeting.

Club commodore Richard

Ineson said some of the committee

met on Wednesday night after

crowds of young people using the

club’s pontoon ignored requests

to move out of the way.

Mr Ineson said the situation

had been “out of control.”

“We couldn’t even drive our IRBs

with outboards up to the pontoon

there were so many people in the

water and they wouldn’t get out.”

No matter what he said, the

young people simply “gave . . . the

middle finger” and ignored him,

Mr Ineson told the Bay Harbour

News. “They were really abusive.”

The club’s pontoon in Moncks

Bay has been used by the public

for the past 25 years without any

problems, but hot weather and

school holidays have made it a

popular spot with teenagers this

summer.

Mr Ineson said he was reluctant

to call police on Wednesday because

everyone in the area would

have to have been moved, including

families.

“It was very stressful.”

The club had never had problems

before, said Mr Ineson, but

the influx this summer had been

creating issues.

An external tap on the clubhouse

was vandalised last week

and litter is regularly left strewn

around.

The club has members-only

rights over the area, from the

carpark to the slipway but it has

always left it open for the public

to use.

“We want the community to

use it and respect it,” said

former club commodore Jo

Hooker.

She said people needed to be

responsible.

On Thursday Mr Ineson closed

the area between 9am-3.30pm for

a regatta but said he had had to

police it. “If I wasn’t there, they

would have climbed the rope and

ignored the sign.”

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

from the editor’s desk

THERE’S ONE nice, happy ending story

on page 11 today.

Hank, the border collie cross we

featured over Christmas has found a

home, in Redcliffs.

Hank was on our front page promoting

the Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust’s 2018 calendar. He wasn’t in it

– only canines that have been rehomed make the cut.

Hank had been at Dogwatch since October, and the people

who run the deserving organisation needed a family with the

patience to take him – Hank has a few quirks.

That’s not uncommon in dogs that end up in the pound;

they’ve usually been pushed from pillar to post before they get

there.

So a new start for the two year-old, who also has a new name:

Gus. Good stuff. – Barry Clarke

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News

• By Sarla Donovan

CONSTRUCTION on the next

stage of the coastal pathway

is likely to start in April, once

the city council gets resource

consent approval from

Environment Canterbury.

The 760m section from Shag

Rock to the Sumner Surf Life

Saving Club is jointly funded by

the city council and the Coastal

Pathway Group.

It is expected to take 12

months to build.

The 4m-wide pathway will

be a mix of asphalt and timber

boardwalk with native coastal

planting.

It will mostly be at the same

level as Main Rd and extend

towards the seaward side of the

road.

Rip rap – loose stone providing

a protective breakwater –

will extend along the beachfront

below Peacocks Gallop, with

two separate beach access steps

opposite Deans Head and one

opposite Shag Rock Reserve.

City council manager planning

and delivery transport, Lynette

Ellis said the start date and

construction period would be

conditional on any “additional

requirements” identified during

the consenting process.

An ECan spokeswoman said a

decision on whether to publicly

notify the consent was expected

towards the end of next week.

The consent was lodged with

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Coastal pathway consent lodged

PATHWAY: A computer-generated image of the Christchurch Coastal Pathway boardwalk

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ECan on December 15 last year.

When fully complete, the

coastal pathway will be 6.5km,

running from Ferrymead

bridge, along the coastal edge

to Scarborough beach. It will

connect with the city cycle

network

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Fire rages, homes at risk

TYRES SLASHED

Police have located a Canterbury

man who was refused entry to

Akaroa eatery Ratatouille on

Saturday night around 11pm.

The man, who police said was

intoxicated, became verbally

abusive after the refusal. Three

tyres on two nearby vehicles

were slashed a short time later.

He was identified after a security

camera image was posted on the

Canterbury Police Facebook page.

Police have yet to confirm if the

man is linked to the tyre slashing.

ROADSIDE FIRE

A cigarette flicked from a moving

vehicle was the likely cause of a

grass fire on the side of Okains

Bay Rd on Friday afternoon. The

Akaroa Fire Brigade was alerted

by a passing cyclist.

COMPLIANCE NEEDED

A group wanting to install CCTV

cameras in Sumner have been

referred to the Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board.

City council transport operations

manager Ryan Cooney said the

Safer Sumner group was referred

to the board “in order that

appropriate processes are followed

i.e. compliance with the Privacy

Act.” The group wants to install

two security cameras on a power

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Complaint leads to Sumner bin clean up

TIDY: Bins along Sumner beach were tidied yesterday after

the city council acted on residents’ complaints.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

• By Sarla Donovan

OVERFLOWING rubbish bins

along Sumner’s esplanade have

been cleaned up after the eyesore

was exposed in the media last

week.

Sumner Community Residents’

Association manager Liza Sparrow

went public last

week with concerns

about bins not being

emptied frequently

enough as hot weather

draws large crowds to

Liza

Sparrow

the beach.

Yesterday, the bins

were looking tidy with

no evidence of overflow.

But that’s not the end of the

matter. In a public forum at the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board meeting on

Monday, Ms Sparrow and local

business owner, Donna Henderson,

called on the city council to

take action and put a long-term

plan in place “to resolve the ongoing

situation of inadequate rubbish

collection in the Sumner and

Taylors Mistake area.”

Ms Sparrow and Ms Henderson

asked for rubbish bins to be

emptied more often during the

summer months. They are currently

scheduled for one collection

per day, Sunday-Friday, and two

OVERFLOW: Pizza boxes, fish

and chip wrappers and other

rubbish filling up bins led to

complaints from residents

which the city council has now

acted on.

collections on Saturday.

They also asked that weather

reports be considered when

scheduling additional services,

for more bins or larger bins to be

put in place, especially in high-use

areas such as Cave Rock, and for

the city council to consider having

only one contractor responsible

for all areas – the beach, park and

footpath areas.

Currently there are different

contracts allocated for the beach

and street.

The board has asked city council

staff for advice on the issues

raised.

Board member Darrell Latham

said it was a “long-term issue, not

SOIL

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Fire rages, homes at risk

a ‘recent hot day’ issue.”

In other developments, Canterbury

medical officer of health

Alistair Humphrey has written to

Dr Latham to offer his assistance.

One of the roles of the medical

officer of health under the Litter

Act 1979 is to ensure the city

council empties bins regularly.

Dr Latham said he had taken up

the offer and asked Dr Humphrey

to write to the city council regarding

its responsibilities under the

act.

And the residents’ association is

introducing Adopt a Patch, where

residents identify areas important

to them and work in teams to

keep these areas clean and tidy.

Ms Sparrow said the association

is actively supporting local

business initiatives like Plastic

Free Sumner and Joe’s Garage’s

offer of a coffee or hot chocolate

in exchange for a bucket full of

rubbish.

“Currently 100 buckets of rubbish

have been returned since Friday

and only about 40 per cent of

people even wanted a hot drink,”

Ms Sparrow said.

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Spotlight on seafarer welfare

• By Sarla Donovan

ALMOST 10,000 seafarers

visit Lyttelton Port each

year, a figure set to increase

when cruise ships return in

2019.

Just who should

be responsible for

providing support

for seafarers who

come ashore will

be discussed at a

city council meeting

tomorrow.

The chairman

of the Lyttelton Seafarers’

Centre charitable trust

John McLister, is seeking

city council backing for a

port levy on visiting ships.

He wants the city council’s

support for Lyttelton

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currency exchange, Wi-Fi,

phone and welfare

services from

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Friday but Mr

McLister said that

was not enough to

meet demand.

The centre has

been operating

out of a temporary

building at 18

Norwich Quay since

2015, after having lost its

previous building in the

earthquakes.

LPC sponsor its current

operations but in July last

year, LPC chief executive

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did not support a ship levy.

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3000 people visited the

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needed to be open 50 hours

a week to meet demand.

He said the city council

has a moral obligation to

provide for seafarer welfare

under the Maritime

Labour Convention, which

New Zealand is a signatory

to.

A port levy was the best

way to meet that obligation,

he said.

But legal advice provided

to the city council suggested

there was no compulsion

on LPC or the city

council to support such a

move, as the convention

was voluntary.

The matter will be discussed

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Skate park sites released

Fire rages, homes at risk

UNDER WAY: The foundation

of Sumner’s temporary

skate ramp at the corner of

Nayland St and Wakefield

Ave is being laid this week.

Work starts

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CONTRACTORS yesterday

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Sumner’s temporary skate ramp.

It will be installed at 26

Nayland St, which is also one of

the four short-listed sites for a

permanent skate park.

Sumner Green and Skate

spokeswoman Liza Sparrow

couldn’t say exactly when the

ramp would be up-and-running

as the group was dependant on

volunteer labour. However, she

was hoping it would be operational

by the end of February.

The temporary skate ramp was

formerly located at 36 Wakefield

Ave but was closed in February

last year when it failed to comply

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A SKATE park between

Ferrymead and Sumner is a

step closer with the release of a

shortlist with four suitable sites.

They are Sumner beach next

to the Surf Life Saving Club,

Scott Park in Ferrymead, the

old Redcliffs School grounds on

Main Rd, and the former Marine

Tavern site at 26 Nayland St,

Sumner.

The four were chosen from a

list of 57.

Public consultation on the sites

will take place from January 29

to February 26 with a decision

from the Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

likely in April.

Sumner Green and Skate

group member Liza Sparrow said

it was “really thrilled” with the

sites. They all had merit, she said,

but the group would continue to

support a permanent site within

Sumner.

“It works well with the surf

and skate culture, is also good

for local business and it adds

vibrancy to the area.”

Board member Tim Lindley

said he had no particular preference.

“They would each offer quite

a different experience. It’s a case

of putting these out for consultation

– they’ve all got pluses and

minuses.”

Board member Darrell Latham

said the Sumner community had

warmed to the Nayland St site.

“Sumner locals have wanted

centrality to the village, a place

parents have easy access to. I

think it’s a good site. (Redcliffs

School) also has advantages

being central to the Bays area

and accessible to all residents.”

Matt Cockcroft lives next door

to the former Redcliffs School

site on Main Rd.

He said he would be happy for

a skate park to go there provided

it was in the middle of the

park, visible from the road and

residents could have input into

the design.

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feedback on the sites can go to

the city council’s website

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Fire rages, homes at risk

$800k going into gravel roads

Trucking firm

says it’s still

not enough

• By Sarla Donovan

ALMOST $800,000 is being

spent on new chip for gravel

roads on Banks Peninsula this

financial year.

But the manager of the peninsula’s

largest trucking firm,

Banks Peninsula Transport,

says that isn’t

enough.

Rex Gebbie

wrote to

Banks Peninsula

Community

Board

member Pam

Richardson

Rex Gebbie

late last year

about poorly

maintained

metal roads and overgrown

trees creating a hazard for his

drivers.

The board asked city council

staff to report back on Mr Gebbie’s

concerns by the end of this

month.

City council manager city

streets maintenance Mark Pinner

told Bay Harbour News the

BIG TRUCKS: The city council is putting $800,000 into gravel

roads on the peninsula but a major trucking firm says it is still

not enough.

360km of unsealed roads had

gravel added each year “based

on condition and need.”

Over the 2017/18 financial

year “approximately $780,000

will be invested in the network.

Unsealed roads are also regularly

graded and maintained,

and there is an increasing focus

on maintaining the associated

water tables to minimise the

ongoing maintenance issues

and costs,” said Mr Pinner.

Maintenance work was “typically

reactive” to significant

weather or other events and

seasonal demand, he said.

But Mr Gebbie said the city

council was not responding

quickly enough.

“Like that slip in Church Bay

from September – stuff just isn’t

getting done, they’re not reacting

fast enough. There’s still

slips over here that they haven’t

fixed, roads have slips on the

outside of them, and nothing’s

been touched.”

He also said gravel was being

laid in a single layer which

didn’t give sufficient cover.

“These roads are pretty

unique and they need attention.

You just can’t put one stone

depth of shingle on there and

then put a grader through six

months later and grade that one

stone off again. It’s not getting

enough on it,” Mr Gebbie

said.

He said the city council was

doing “only what they had to,”

which wasn’t enough.

“We need one deep spread

on these roads, a really good

coating.”

Another concern was overgrown

trees encroaching onto

roads. A lot of the peninsula’s

roads were “totally illegal”

because of the trees sticking out,

Mr Gebbie said.

Mr Pinner said vegetation was

expected to be 300mm behind

the water table/channel adjacent

to the road, or 2m back where

there was none.

Abusive teens

‘out of control’

at yacht club

•From page 1

The club has asked the City to

Sumner Community Patrol to visit

because people were staying well

into the evening.

It is also looking at putting more

signage up in the area.

“The only consolation is school

holidays are ending soon so we

hope it won’t be anywhere near as

bad,” said Mr Ineson.

In Brief

SUMMIT RD PANEL NAMED

The members of the hearings panel

to consider submissions on the

proposed restrictions on Summit

Rd to prevent boy racing have been

named. The panel will consist of

Coastal Ward city councillor David

East (chairman) Deputy Mayor

Andrew Turner, city councillor

Tim Scandrett, and community

board members Ross McFarlane,

Tim Lindley and Christine Wilson.


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Wednesday January 31 2018

News

• By Sarla Donovan

THIEVES HAVE targeted

vintage record store and cafe

Spooky Boogies in Lyttelton,

making off with a rare poster for

Nick Cave’s pre-Bad Seeds band,

The Birthday Party.

Spooky Boogies was broken

into last week and the poster

stolen, along with some records,

beanies, cushion covers and a

small amount of cash.

The 80cm x 100cm screen

printed image is more than

30-years-old and was part of a

group of posters being auctioned

on behalf of experimental musician

and writer, Bruce Russell,

who manages the design programme

at Ara Polytechnic.

“It’s very rare. I doubt there’s

another one in New Zealand,”

said store co-owner Tessa Brodie.

She said the thief must have

been local as they appeared to

know the place well.

“They got around the alarm;

they knew they could get in at a

certain place, they knew where

the till was and they targeted

certain things. Some of what they

took had only been in here for a

week.”

The Birthday Party poster was

from a 1983 promotional tour of

New Zealand and was the “pick

of the bunch”, said Spooky Boogies

co-owner Oscar Guerrero.

Police have since visited and

taken fingerprints.

If anybody has information,

they can message the Spooky

Boogie Facebook page.

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Thieves target poster at Spooky Boogies

Films part of Lyttelton

SummerFest

LYTTELTON SummerFest is

back with new offerings this year,

including an outdoor film series.

Every Friday during February,

films will be shown at Albion

Square, the Rose Garden, the

tennis club in Cressy Tce and

the Governors Bay Community

Centre.

And beforehand there will be

live entertainment, music, food

and a suitcase market.

Also part of the programme is

the popular community-grown

dinner on March 11, now in its

third year.

Food is grown or foraged, collected

and dropped off in the week

prior, and on the Sunday evening

Roots Restaurant owner Guilio

Sturla cooks up a feast using the

produce.

Project Lyttelton administrator

Sue-Ellen Sandilands said the

aim was to have a banquet “where

everything comes from our local

harbour area. Last year we had a

lamb and llama evening.”

The day before, Creative Sampler

will offer 45min cooking

workshops at the Lyttelton Recreation

Centre.

New Zealand movies feature in

the film programme, although the

first screening on February 2 is the

Japanese animated flick, Nausicaa

of the Valley of the Wind, by director

Hayao Miyazaki.

The following week is Taika Waititi’s

Hunt for the Wilderpeople,

followed by quirky Christchurchmade

documentary Pecking Order

on February 16, and another Taika

Waititi classic, Boy (above), on

February 23.

On Sunday, February 18, at

Trinity Hall, artists from different

disciplines will present a

collaborative show called Strange

Bedfellows.

Entry to the films will be $10.

Entertainment starts from 6.30pm

with movies screening at 8.45pm.

•To get involved in the

community dinner register at

www.lyttelton.net.nz

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(right) advertising a self titled

1980 album from Nick Cave’s

pre-Bad Seeds band The

Birthday Party was stolen last

week.

Create you own work

of art at Godley Head

• By Sarla Donovan

A POP-UP print-making studio

will open on Saturday in the

Sergeants Nest, a former dining

hall at Godley Head.

Artist Bridget Allen is

running a series of public

workshops in the space, where

people can make their own

drypoint print.

The process is a user-friendly

one for beginners, Ms Allen

said, where even a simple drawing

can be transformed into a

“really nice” print.

“The intention is to get people

up to the Godley Head area to

do their own drawing of what

they find interesting, whether it

is the military equipment, the

forts or the natural landscape

and view. They take that drawing

into the mess and make a

print.”

Although Ms Allen is from

New Brighton, she frequently

enjoys mountain biking in the

area.

After covering the old guard

ARTIST: Print-maker Bridget

Allen is opening a pop-up

studio at Godley Head

where the public can come

and make their own prints. ​

house on Summit Rd in woodblock

prints in 2016, she put a

mural on the same structure

last year, as the prints didn’t

survive the weather.

It depicts a member of the

Women’s Auxiliary Army Corp

peering down the telescope of a

depression position finder.

Fire rages, homes at risk

Participants in the printmaking

workshops will be

able to take their size A6 print

home, but a copy will be kept

and included in a group exhibition

in the week before Anzac

Day.

Ms Allen said she was keen

to use art to stimulate curiosity

in the area and give people another

reason to go up and look

around.

Workshops run on alternate

Saturdays from February 3 to

April 13, and every Thursday

from February 8 to April 19.

The Thursday workshops will

be suitable for groups, with St

Andrew’s College and Cathedral

Grammar already booking

slots, Ms Allen said

•The workshops run

from 10am-2pm. Bookings

are recommended on

Thursdays. There will be

a $5 cost to help cover

materials. Visit www.

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12 New Chapters. 365 New

Chances. Bring on 2018!

Market Comment

Welcome back to 2018. I hope you’ve had a refreshing break and are feeling enthusiastic for the

year ahead! With such a hot summer, it’s been an amazing holiday period for most with time at the

beach an absolute necessity anywhere in the country!

We’re excited to be back into the swing of things and have had a busy start to the year in our office.

Interest rates are predicted to stay low and lending restrictions are easing up for first home

buyers, keeping our in-house financial advisor Antonia McAtamney particularly busy. The

Christchurch re-build still has plenty of momentum with a number of major projects due to either

start or be completed in 2018. Net migration is up, employment levels are stable and the economy

still appears to be in good shape under a new government, all creating a favourable environment

to buy and sell. It will be interesting to watch the impending discussions around the purchase

of residential property rules for overseas persons, as this may significantly affect the ability for

those not holding citizenship, or permanent NZ residency, who do not spend enough of their time

residing in NZ, to purchase a property. We will keep you up to date with the changing legislation

here, keep an eye out for updates on our page.

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027 296 1408

Jan Edlin

027 433 8025

Congratulations

to Paula and Simon

Standeven

We offer huge congratulations to The

Standevens on their accomplishment of

Ray White Elite status, only achieved by

the top 5% of agents in NZ. Paula and

Simon have been with our office for just

over a year now, and the phenomenal

growth of their business is the result of

a significant amount of work behind the

scenes and an absolute commitment

to 10/10 service for every client.

Congratulations on such an incredible

achievement.

We also offer a warm welcome to Jennifer

Maber who will take on the role of PA for

their team.

A Little Ray of Giving

Another very successful campaign

was run in 2017 alongside Mt

Pleasant, Redcliffs, and Sumner

Primary Schools, in addition

to individual members of the

community who kindly donated

gifts. 255 gifts were collected and

gratefully received by Matthew

Mark CEO of the Christchurch

City Mission. He talked about the

increase in the uptake of the services

offered by the City Mission year on

year, and the fantastic community

support they have been receiving

to meet these demands. Thank you

to everyone who donated a gift,

particularly all the administration

staff at local schools who helped

spread the word, and collect the gifts.

You are a very generous community, so thank you.

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News

Clock tower repairs

to start in April

• By Sarla Donovan

THE ICONIC Scarborough

clock tower will continue

to be stuck in a time warp

until April.

The clock was vandalised

in June last year, its glass

face damaged in several

places and the clock controller

broken.

Since then, the hands

haven’t moved and holes

remain.

Banks Peninsula Community

Board member

Darrell Latham said it

“wasn’t a good look” for

Sumner.

“Scarborough is a very

popular destination and

the clock tower is well

photographed. It is a really

beautiful clock tower which

survived the earthquake

and is an integral part of

the heritage of Sumner and

Christchurch.”

City council head of

parks Brent Smith said

construction work to fix

the clock and tower would

commence in March/April.

The repairs would address

earthquake damage

to the tower as well as the

damage resulting from the

vandalism.

“Some additional maintenance,

non-earthquake

related repairs will be also

be undertaken.”

The cost won’t be known

until tenders are received,

said Mr Smith.

Dr Latham said it was

“great news” the clock

would be fixed.

The clock and tower were

donated to the Borough

of Sumner by Richard

Edward Green, to perpetuate

the name of his father

Edmund Green, a pioneer

BROKEN:

Scarborough’s

iconic clock tower

has been broken

on several faces

and is no longer

working.

Inset: Darrell

Latham

who installed the telegraph

system in 1859.

Richard came to

Christchurch with his parents

on the ship Mary Ann.

Hank happy in new home

• By Julia Evans

CHRISTMAS came early

for Hank the border collie

cross.

After featuring as poster

boy for Dogwatch Sanctuary

Trust’s 2018 calendar

and more than two months

at the trust, the twoyear-old

was adopted on

December 24.

He starred on the front

page of the Bay Harbour

News over Christmas.

So he now has a new

home in Redcliffs – and

a new name. He is now

called Gus.

His new owner said he

had come along way in a

short space of time – describing

him as a “dolphin”

in the water.

“He is very affectionate

and gaining more confidence

as he gets to know

the neighbourhood. He is

very responsive to commands

and appears a quick

and willing learner.”

“I think further down

the track when he is completely

chilled he will enjoy

his new home.”

The bright, lovely and

playful animal, according

to trust manager Pam

Howard, had been without

a home since October.

Mrs Howard said many

people had wanted to

adopt Gus, but just weren’t

a right fit.

Gus had been at the city

council pound before arriving

at the trust, and had

some “quirks” she said.

She described Gus as

“resource guarder” – a dog

that growls and snarls at

other animals and people

to stay away from an object

it might be guarding.

“He just needs an owner

that understands when

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SETTLING IN: With time,

Gus is becoming more

relaxed in his new home.

dogs have quirks you work

with them and you don’t

set them up to fail,” Mrs

Howard said.

Cats & dogs come first

at this ‘one-stop-shop’

When it comes to caring for cats and

dogs, Kimmy’s Cats & K9’s in Bromley

has it covered. The range of services

they offer includes boarding for cats

and dogs, grooming for cats and dogs

and doggy day care, with owner Kim

Vincent and her staff all passionate

about animals and their welfare.

Brooke, left, Kim and Cindy with

some of the doggy day care pooches.

“Our motto is ‘Animals will always

come first’, and we always greet them on

arrival before their owners,” says Kim.

The cattery accommodates 15 cats in a

warm and sunny open-plan cattery, 120

dogs in the extensive boarding facilities,

and 40 dogs in doggy day care, a service

that Kim says has become very popular.

As well, full grooming is provided for

both cats and dogs.

“With all the services we offer, we’re

really a one-stop-shop,” she says.

Kim and her husband live on the

premises, so owners boarding their

animals at Kimmy’s Cats & K9’s can go

away on holiday knowing their precious

pets are safe and secure, 24 hours a day.

Buffy, a former rescue cat, enjoying

the attention of her owner, Kim.

This week, Kim has taken over the

Funky Mutts pet grooming service at

Shop 10, Parklands Shopping Centre,

bringing her skills and love for animals

to customers in that part of town.

Animals alway’s come first

Loving and caring environment

for your fur friends.

All the team at Kimmy’s are

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Possum looks pleased with his

treatment from dog groomer Scarlet.

In addition to running her business,

Kim is involved in rescuing and

rehoming cats and dogs. These animals

come from various situations, including

the rescue organisations, or even from

people who can no longer care for their

pet.

“I’m helping people and pets get

together,” she says.

It’s chill-out time at the cattery for

British Blue, Monstar.

Kimmy’s are open Monday to Friday

6am-6pm, weekends and public

holidays 9am-12pm and 4pm-6pm.

Fees are as follows: cattery, $13 per day,

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Toffee Pop is a regular at Kimmy’s

Cat’s & K9’s.

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Wednesday January 31 2018

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News

Keep

Tutors’ commitment brings

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A genuine commitment to helping

students achieve in education and concern

for what happens to them are what brings

the results for children tutored at Kip

McGrath Ferrymead, says franchise owner

Helen Hudson.

“As they progress through the sessions we

see them blossom and grow in confidence

with their learning and that’s so rewarding,”

Helen says.

The other key factors that set Kip McGrath

apart and contribute to students’ success are

that all tutors have to be qualified teachers,

and that students have the same tutor every

time they attend, Helen says.

“This allows the tutors to build a rapport

with their students. They work on an

individualised programme within a small

group of three to five students.”

Communication with parents is another

important aspect, Helen points

out.

“We have to be meeting the

needs of the children as the

parents see it, as well as what

we see is needed.”

Kip McGrath Ferrymead

has six tutors offering students

from Year 1-13 tutoring in

maths and English – covering

a broad spectrum of spelling,

writing and reading, with

the tutors fully conversant

with NCEA requirements.

Chemistry, Physics and Biology

along with English and Maths

tutoring is available for Year

11, 12 and 13 students.

“With the senior students

we work alongside them, but

they are really the leader of

the lesson, which is tailormade

to their needs,” Helen

says.

There is also a focus on

children with learning

difficulties, such as dyslexia,

and for accelerant students,

who need extra challenges.

Each tutoring session lasts one

hour 20 minutes, with about six different

activities included each time. Sessions are

run outside school hours, either before or

after school, with most students attending

once a week.

“We also offer one-on-one tutoring for

adult students, who may need to improve

their English or maths skills for work they

want to apply for.”

There are several funding subsidies

Kip McGrath Ferrymead franchise owner Helen

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Registered Ngai Tahu members receive

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Four Grenadier Seasons Ferrymead

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Thought you couldn’t afford a house on the lower slopes of Redcliffs? Think again. Our owners have purchased

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Fitch wins Corsair Classic duathlon

SPORTS

CHAMPION: Sumner’s David Fitch won the Olympic distance

duathlon in a time of 2hr 21min 21sec.

• By Gordon Findlater

TRIATHLETES AND duathletes

from the bays area were among

the winners at the Corsair Classic

on Sunday.

Sumner’s David Fitch showed

his class on the undulating course

to win the Olympic distance

duathlon in a time of 2hr 21min

21sec, while Christchurch’s Amy

Manning won the women’s race

in 2hr 39min 5sec.

Legendary coach and Sumner

silver fox, John Hellemans, put

in a solid effort in the Olympic

distance triathlon to win the 65-

69 age group title in a time of 2hr

42min 22sec, well ahead of some

much younger competition.

Morgan Flanagan, of

Governors Bay, won the under-15

girls short course triathlon in

57min 18sec, ahead of Allanah

McGuiness in third, also from

Governors Bay. Riley Flanagan

finished fourth overall in the

short course triathlon and second

in the 15-17 boys age group.

The event attracted some of

the country’s top triathletes,

as Christchurch hosted the

Triathlon New Zealand national

championships for the first time.

Close to 400 triathletes and

duathletes competed at the

selection event, with some

looking to push their case for

spots at the ITU world triathlon

series final at the Gold Coast

in September. It was also the

primary selection event for

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the duathlon 2018 ITU world

championships in Odense,

Denmark, in July.

“We’ve been racing on and off

at Corsair Bay for a long time. We

reinstated it last year and people

loved it so much, they said why

don’t you try to get the national

champs. We applied for it and we

got it,” said event organiser John

Newsom.

The setting for the Corsair

Classic event makes it one of the

most unique and challenging

Olympic distance triathlons in

the world.

After completing the 1500m

swim, the competitors ran to

the bottom car park at Corsair

Bay and then completed a hilly

40km ride around the harbour

to Charteris Bay and back before

finishing with a 10km run to

Lyttelton and back.

“The feedback was just

incredible. The North Islanders

coming down said it’s a very

different race because not

all races are that hard,” said

Newsom.

“There’s some great race tracks

around the world but you’d be

really pressed to find a more

challenging course in terms of

the ups and downs.”

The scorching summer almost

caused a last minute logistical

nightmare for Newsom. Record

high water temperatures on the

peninsula meant wetsuits were

almost banned from the race.

“The cut off temperature for

wetsuits is 22 deg C,” he said.

YOUNGSTER: Governors Bay’s Allanah McGuiness finished

third in the under-15 short course triathlon.

LEGEND: Sumner’s John Hellemans crosses the

line to win the 65-69 age group in the Olympic

distance triathlon.

BIG EFFORT: Morgan Flanagan (left),

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short course triathlon in 57min 18sec.

Christchurch’s Alex Reiser finished fourth

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women and

children in need

Rotary clubs, The Warehouse

stores and women’s refuge

organisations around the

country have combined in a

massive, logistical project to

bring a bit of cheer into the

lives of women and families in

need of a lift.

The project, now in its fourth

year, involves The Warehouse

stores inviting customers and

well-wishers to leave gifts. The

Warehouse tops up the collection

and individual Rotary

clubs deliver the gifts to the

refuges.

At a local level, The Warehouse

Eastgate collects the

gifts and Ferrymead Rotary

delivers them to the Te Whare

Hauora refuge.

That process is replicated all

over New Zealand. Where possible,

The Warehouse stores,

Rotary clubs and women’s

refuges are matched by geographical

location – with the

aim of keeping things locally

relevant.

There were so many gifts

at The Warehouse, Eastgate

they could hardly fit in a car

boot, and there will be more to

follow. Some were huge, some

very tiny. Other Rotary clubs

in Christchurch have been

delivering gifts from other The

Warehouse stores to the West

Christchurch Women’s Refuge

and the Battered Women’s

Trust.

The idea is to provide

enough gifts for every refuge

client to receive something –

many of them have little or no

money to spend on treats or

presents for their children.

The gifts – which are all vetted

for safety and appropriateness

– also provide the refuge

organisations with a chance

to make further contact with

their clients and check on their

well-being.

Te Whare Hauora, the West

Christchurch Women’s Refuge

and the Battered Women’s

Trust, all affiliates of the

National Collective of Independent

Women’s Refuges,

are based in different parts

of Christchurch, but work

together. They share resources

such as the 24-hour crisis

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Exercise

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Regular physical activity improves brain function

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and at the height of cognitive ability, according to

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A body of research already exists showing

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in older adults, but there is a limited

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young adults.

The Otago researchers, led by

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test the oft-held belief that the brains of

young adults in their prime might not

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They took 52 tertiary students, aged

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the frontal lobe of their brains, as well as

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Dr Machado says their “surprising”

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from regular exercise in young adults.

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The research also provides potential

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“I think the idea that young people do

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she says.

“The exercise could involve brisk

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The researchers also found that body

mass index was not a key factor in how

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regular engagement in physical activity

may be more important than body

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Dr Machado says she had noticed

over the years that university students

appeared progressively less fit.

“I wondered whether we might find

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levels, oxygen availability in the brain,

and cognition in the young adults, but

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ph 0800 003 181

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Experienced & registered..

Expert in all home

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027 4401715

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Need your home or

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021 272-0303

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ph Simon 027 389-1351 or

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BAY HARBOUR

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Sale excludes Manchester

and Accessories. Sale on from

January 30th to February 6th, 2018

Athens 7 Piece

Outdoor Dining Set

Sleek, minimal, easy maintenance,

lightweight

was $2249

now only

$

1599

Sydney Sofa – Dark Grey

Contemporary, sturdy, design, durable wooden frame,

available in Light Grey and Teal

Accessories not included.

was $599 now only

$

499

save

$

650

Fiori Outdoor Lounge Set

Coastal design with durable teak accents, laid back, comfortable

Accessories not included.

was $2499 now only

$

1899

save

$

600

Line Desk – Black

Minimal, clean, crisp, glass

top, also available in white

Accessories and

chair not included.

Tulsa Dining Set

Spacious seating, contemporary

armless design, comfortable

was $649

now only

$

449

was $699

now only

$

499

Jimmy Single Captain Bed

Space saver, abundant storage,

compact

Accessories and

mattresses not included.

save

$

100

was $199

now only

$

99

save

$

200

save

$

540

Scout Outdoor Lounge Set

Durable aluminium frame, beautiful teak,

handwoven wicker, easy maintenance

was $2239

now only

$

1699

500 DAYS

NO PAYMENTS

& NO INTEREST *

*Minimum purchase $499.

Finance offer expires 28th February 2018.

See below for terms & conditions.

Cnr Blenheim & Curletts Rds, Christchurch Ph: 0800 TARGET (0800 827438)

Shop with us online at: targetfurniture.co.nz

Offers and product prices advertised here expire 06/02/18.

Sale excludes Manchester and Accessories.

*No Payments and No Interest for 500 days (“Payment Holiday”) is available on Q Card Flexi Payment Plans for in-store purchases only until offer ends 28th February 2018. Minimum spend $499.

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