Bay Harbour: February 14, 2018

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MATES: Vajin Armstrong won the 62km race at the Tarawera Ultra Marathon, finishing just 17sec ahead of training partner Chris

Dunell. Earlier the pair were affected by a mischievous act which cost Armstrong 5min.

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• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER RUNNING Club’s

Vajin Armstrong almost had

his run in the 62km race, at the

Tarawera Ultra Marathon, end

in disaster after being duped by

mischief-makers.

Armstrong won the race in

a time of 5hr 36min. However,

his time should have been much

faster. With just over 2km left to

run he had a lead of approximately

5min. The 37-year-old then

took a wrong turn in Rotorua

because arrows and flagging on

one intersection of the course had

purposely been shifted.

“I ended up in an archery

range. There was actually a competition

going on and I soon realised

this didn’t look like where

the course should be going,” said

Armstrong. •Turn to page 19

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• By Sarla Donovan

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rubbish bins, will meet with city

council staff tomorrow.

It comes after a public meeting

last week, where a group of 30

Sumner residents met to discuss

how to resolve long-standing concerns,

particularly about rubbish

collection.

Representatives from the Sumner

Community Residents’ Association,

Sumner Adopt-a-Patch

project, Sumner Business Group

and Esplanade Gardening Group

presented at the meeting.

The residents’ association

will raise its issues of concern

tomorrow at a meeting with

city council staff and Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board member Darrell Latham.

They include what penalties

might be levied on contractors

who fail to empty rubbish bins

as scheduled; the frequency of

bin emptying throughout 2018;

maintenance of public gardens

and lawns, and whether the

Adopt-a-Patch project can work

with the city council to improve

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NOT A bad sports yarn on the front page

today.

Vajin Armstrong won the Tarawera Ultra

Marathon at the weekend but it was full of

drama and great sportsmanship.

Armstrong led by 5min with 2km to go when he took a wrong

turn, courtesy of someone who had mischievously changed

the course signs. He had to backtrack to the course, where

he bumped into his good mate and training partner, Chris

Dunnell, who had been a distant second.

They ran the last 2km together and in a piece of

sportsmanship, or commonsense, when they got to the home

straight he told Armstrong the race was his on the basis he had

been well ahead when the wrong turn was taken.

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Van Asch move not ruled out

• By Sarla Donovan

THE BOARD of Sumner’s van

Asch Deaf Education Centre is

refusing to rule out a relocation

and subsequent land sale.

The combined van Asch and

Kelston Deaf Education Centre

board of trustees chairwoman

Rachel Douglas said since 2012,

the board had been

considering the

“long-term future

location” of the

van Asch operation.

Rachel

Douglas

However, that

process was currently

on hold

while the board

“explores its new strategic

goals,” Ms Douglas told Bay

Harbour News.

There are currently 11 students

in residence at van Asch’s

Truro St campus in Sumner.

Parents and caregivers were sent

a letter on January 22 outlining

seven goals developed at the end

of last year.

They included “an exciting

new development which is the

board’s intention to create one

new organisational structure to

deliver a more efficient service

nationwide. Having a national

structure will allow us to make

the best use of our buildings and

properties.” Asked whether the

relocation of the van Asch centre

was being considered as part

of that, Ms Douglas said she did

not know at this stage.

“We only have questions, not

answers, at the moment on that.

I can’t rule anything in or out

. . . that’s honestly where we’re

•Thirty one students attend

van Asch Deaf Education

Centre DEC provisions at

Wharenui School, Hillmorton

High, Hagley Community

College and at its Sumner

campus.

•It supports 896 students

throughout the South Island

and North Island.

at. I’m not even trying to hide

anything.”

“At the moment, we are looking

at the service delivery and

then we’ll look at the property to

go with it. So it’s to be based on

the children’s needs first.”

The board was looking at one

new national structure. “We

don’t know how that’s going

•It employs 89 staff.

•It is one of two centres

which provide deaf education

services in New Zealand for

more than 2000 students.

•Redcliffs School has operated

out of the van Asch campus

since the middle of 2011 but

is expected to relocate to

Redcliffs Park late next year.

to look yet and we don’t want

to pre-empt that because we’re

working through that over the

next 12 months.”

There had been and would

continue to be extensive consultation,

said Ms Douglas. She

emphasised the board did not

have a preferred location. “Our

preference is to focus on the

needs of the children and work

from there.”

Ministry of Education deputy

secretary sector enablement and

support Katrina Casey said no

decisions had been made on the

van Asch school site.

“Discussions with the board

include exploring potential sites

for the core school services,

satellite and resource hubs, and

are ongoing.”

Van Asch principal Bernie

Mulcahy-Bouwman would

not comment on whether a

relocation was being considered,

referring Bay Harbour News to

Ms Douglas.

Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson

said it would be premature to

speculate.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Should

the board of trustees be

considering shifting van

Asch? Email your views to

sarla.donovan@starmedia.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

SCHOOL ROUTE STOPPED

Students travelling to Linwood

College along the Sumner route

will now have to catch the Purple

Line after Red Bus discontinued

its daily school bus service. The

company told the college last week

that the service had been halted

due to low patronage.

NEW BUS SHELTER

There will be a new shelter

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Countdown Ferrymead after

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board gave it the

go-ahead. The current stop at

1008 Ferry Rd does not provide

any protection from the weather.

The city council has agreed to

install one at a cost of $48,000,

which may come down to $36,000

if advertising company, Adshel,

purchase advertising rights.

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BE IN TO

FINISHED: The new catch bench sits between Sumner Rd and the Crater Rim

Bluffs and is designed to stop falling rocks landing on the road. ​

Catch bench work completed

WORK HAS been

completed on the catch

bench that has been built

to reduce the risk of falling

rocks bouncing onto

Sumner Rd.

The completion of the

bench excavation is a significant

milestone it marks

the end of stage one of the

multimillion-dollar project

to get Sumner Rd reopened

to the public.

The new catch bench sits

between Sumner Rd and

the Crater Rim Bluffs and

is literally designed to catch

falling rocks before they

land on the road.

“Contractors McConnell

Dowell and their subcontractors

have excavated

about 100,000 cu m of

rock from the slope above

Sumner Rd to create the

catch bench. It stretches

for a length of about 400m

and is 15m wide and 18m

high,’’ said city council

senior project manager

Peter Bawden.

It has taken eight months

to build the catch bench,

which is one of a number

of rockfall protection

measures created along the

route.

“If we get another earthquake,

the intention is that

rocks that come tumbling

down from the bluffs will

land in the catch bench

rather than on the road,’’

Mr Bawden said.

Most of the rock excavated

from the catch bench

has been stockpiled at the

Gollans Bay Quarry. Over

the coming months some

of it will be used in other

city council projects.

The next stages involves

repairing and reinforcing

the retaining walls below

Sumner Rd and rebuilding

the road itself. As well as

finishing drainage works

and tidying up the Gollans

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Sub-contractors are

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Wednesday February 14 2018

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Author searches for jetty stories

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Sarla Donovan

GOVERNORS BAY author Jane

Robertson wants to uncover

the stories behind Lyttelton

Harbour’s lost jetties.

While writing her 2016 book

Head of the Harbour: A history

of Governors Bay, Ōhinetahi,

Allandale and Teddington, Ms

Robertson found the section on

jetties particularly intriguing,

prompting her to start a blog

about them.

She is exploring where they

were located, how they were

used and what happened to

them.

A blog was a natural choice

because it meant she could do

things in small chunks, focusing

on one jetty at a time.

“It gives me an organising

framework. I was also keen to get

other people involved – giving

feedback, making comments;

adding their understanding and

knowledge to what I was writing.”

There is only one ‘intact’

jetty at the head of Lyttelton

Harbour, where once there were

at least seven, said Ms Robertson.

“Before reasonable road

transport – or any roads at

all – the sea was a highway on

which Maori and early European

settlers depended. A jetty

marked the point of transition

between sea and land. It also

denoted settlement, a degree of

permanence.”

However, as is now evident,

jetties are “anything but

permanent,” with Governors

Bay jetty the only one that

remains.

There are remnants of abandoned,

decaying jetties scattered

around the harbour.

“Many more have long been

swallowed by the sea,” Ms Roberston

said.

A lot of the early jetties in

places like Charteris Bay, Purau,

Cass Bay and Camp Bay, were

built privately so residents could

get produce to market (primarily

to Lyttelton.)

“Most of the bays at some

point got public jetties built by

the provincial government and

they were also for transporting

produce but also for recreation;

steamers used to ply the harbour

bringing people up to any of

the bays to have a picnic. People

still do that, but basically only

to Quail Island and Diamond

Harbour.”

HISTORY: Jane Robertson wants to uncover stories behind

Lyttelton Harbour’s lost jetties. The original jetty at Governors

Bay (above) was dismantled in 1938 after a boy fishing from it

fell and drowned.

•Visit Ms Robertson’s blog at https://

lytteltonharbourjetties.blogspot.co.nz/

Janie Porter

Headland

Janie Porter is a New Zealander and lives in Christchurch. She

trained in England, New Zealand and at the University of Fine

Arts in Hanoi, Vietnam.

She is known for her work in portraiture, landscape and birds.

Working in a variety of different mediums, mostly with a palette

knife, she builds layers of paint constantly experimenting with

light, transparency and form.

Janie has lived nearly her entire life near the sea and has loved

and observed birds since she was a child.

Headland

“Headland is about the Port Hills and Banks Peninsula,

Horomaka. Walks and wanderings. Thinking about conservation

and the sheer love and hard work of the locals who protect

and manage the land and its beautiful birds.

Our taonga. This exhibition feels like just the

beginning, there is so much left to say.”

Janie Porter February 2018

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Wednesday February 14 2018

Trust’s bid to hook

$500k jetty grant

• By Sarla Donovan

A FUNDRAISING campaign to

repair the earthquake-damaged

Governors Bay jetty is going full

steam ahead.

The Governors Bay Jetty

Restoration Trust will put in

an application to the Lotteries

Commission on Monday

for $500,000.

But first it has to

get 10 more planks

sponsored. It needs to

raise a third of the cost

so the commission can

be sure the project will

happen.

The plank sponsorship

drive was helped

recently by trust secretary

Louisa Eades. Her story

about the campaign and her own

involvement was featured in a

women’s magazine.

Ms Eades said her friends

and colleagues were excited.

“In terms of an increase in

donations, I wasn’t sure what to

expect. My guesses ranged from

fizzer to huge success.”

In the two weeks since the

article hit news stands, several

plank sponsors and other donors

have come out of the woodwork,

along with new members including

some from the North Island.

“And the New Zealand Women’s

Weekly has donated $500 to

sponsor their own plank,” said

Ms Eades.

Donors of $500 or more will

have their name etched on a

plaque in the new jetty.

Since fundraising

started at the end of last

year, the trust has raised

or secured $670,802,

including a contribution

from the city council.

Ms Eades had been

“blown away” by the support

and encouragement

Louisa Eades received in that time.

“The campaign has got

off to a fantastic start and is really

picking up momentum, with

some exciting events planned for

this year.”

An exhibition and art auction

is planned for Saturday, June 2,

at the Governors Bay Hotel with

items donated by leading local

artists.

Last year the city council

agreed to temporarily sell ownership

of the jetty for $1 to the

trust. The restoration is expected

to cost up to $3 million, with

work set to start next year.

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

• By Sarla Donovan

A NEW footpath alongside Moa

Bone Cave is a step closer, with

plans being released last week.

The pathway has been out of

action since the February 22,

2011, earthquake rendered it

unusable.

Following pressure from

residents and Redcliffs School

parents, the city council agreed

to reinstate the footpath.

An area at risk of residual

rockfall was fenced off and

extensive risk remediation work

completed.

Now a plan for a new footpath

beside the fence is out for public

feedback, and

the city council

expects to

install it next

month.

Redcliffs Residents

Association

secretary

Pat McIntosh

said it was “delighted”

at news

the footpath was to be restored.

“We are sure local residents

will be very relieved at having

access once more along this side

of the road.”

Heathcote Ward city councillor

Sara Templeton said it was

great to see progress on the issue.

“I’d like to encourage local

residents to get involved and let

the (Linwood-Central-Heathcote)

community board know

what they think of the plans.”

Having the ability to walk

safely around the corner from

Balmoral Hill and McCormacks

Bay to Redcliffs was vital for

children, she said.

“Simply scaling and fencing

of the rockfall areas and asking

them to cross at the busy Main

Rd corner in rush hour wasn’t an

option.”

Dr McIntosh said the footpath

would address safety concerns by

reducing the need to cross Main

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Progress on pathway plan

Sara

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Fire rages, homes at risk

ACCESS: A new pathway along Main Rd near Moa Bone Cave

would address pedestrian safety concerns.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

Rd unnecessarily.

The city council is also proposing

to relocate a bus stop

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installed – to 31 Main Rd, near a

potential new crossing point.

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upon the Redcliffs Park

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News

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Teen to ride in US horse competition

SALLY MCPHERSON loves all

things equine.

Now the 17-year-old from

Akaroa has been named in

the New Zealand Team for the

American Quarter Horse Youth

World Cup in Bryan, Texas.

But don’t get it confused with

rodeo.

Think dressage with a western

twist, that’s american quarter

horse, Sally said.

“It’s not rodeo. “It’s very

precise and technical. But it’s

also very colourful and sparkly

unlike the more demure

dressage,” she said.

Sally said there’s a fair bit of

bling involved in the outfits

which are quite heavy from all

the rhinestones.

“Some jackets and tops can

cost tens of thousands of dollars.

Many are specially made for the

competitor and the horses are

also bedazzled,” she said.

Sally and her team will head

to the United States in June to

compete for medals in cutting,

reining, horsemanship, ranch

riding, trail, western riding,

hunt seat equitation, hunter

under saddle and showmanship.

She will have a horse provided

by the organisers.

She’s the only Christchurch

member of the youth team and

Sally said it’s the realisation of a

goal she set herself many years

ago.

“I have been working towards

this for a long time,” she said.

“My aim is to learn as much

as I can and be proud of my

achievements. It’ll be the

best experience and biggest

opportunity yet, to meet others

and compete on the international

stage.”

Sally grew up in a family who

all love horses. Her parents, Ian

and Lindsey are president and

secretary of the Christchurch

Western Riding Association in

Mandeville.

Mr McPherson said he and his

wife have supported Sally every

step of the way in what’s been

a huge commitment over the

years.

“She puts in a massive amount

of work, attending national

competitions in the North Island

and the New Zealand Youth

Development Squad camps four

RANGER: Sally

and her horse

Archie in the

horsemanship

class at the

New Year show.

PHOTO: DP

PHOTOGRAPHY ​

times a year for two years,” he

said.

Mr McPherson said he is

excited and proud to see

Sally have the opportunity to

compete in the United States

competition, representing New

Zealand alongside 19 other

countries.

Sally will leave for Texas on

June 22. The opening ceremony

for the event will take place

at the Brazos County Expo

Complex on June 29.

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News

Now

PAGE 9

Consent for

pathway

on hold

• By Sarla Donovan

Fire rages, homes at risk

THE CONSENT application

for the next section of the

Christchurch Coastal Pathway is

on hold.

It was lodged in December last

year but ECan has given the city

council until Friday to provide

additional information about the

potential effects on coastal processes,

coastal water quality and

ecology, natural character and

landscapes.

They have also asked for further

information on the potential effects

of dewatering and potential

reclamation as a result of the

proposal.

ECan will then decide whether

any parts of the consent application

will be publically notified.

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 and is expected to

take 12 months to build.

The expected start date is April

this year, however, council manager

planning and delivery transport

Lynette Ellis has said the

start date would be conditional

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Adam Hutchinson

Our People

Explaining the dangers of rips on

Tech wizard Adam

Hutchinson invents travel

apps but in his spare

time, he makes short

documentaries. His most

recent has been shared

more than 900 times in

10 days. It explains the

dangers of three rips

that exist in Sumner

and Scarborough when

there’s a swell. He

talks to reporter Sarla

Donovan.

What prompted you make

this documentary about the

rips in Sumner?

I occasionally hear the coastguard

siren go off and recently

it’s been going off more than

usual. I don’t understand much

myself about the rips in Sumner

and speaking to a couple of

friends they felt the same. So I

thought community-wide there

was maybe a lack of awareness

and this was a way to provide

information easily. Documentary

making is a project that I do

on the side, a hobby I guess. My

background is actually in IT. I

developed an app in 2011 called

CamperMate, which turned into

a network of GPS enabled apps

called GeoZone collecting GPS

data on tourism flows which I

sold to Tourism Holdings in 2015

and now work for the company

from out here in Sumner.

You must have been gutted to

see a 14-year-old was lost in one

of those rips just last week.

Absolutely, really terrible

circumstances. It really took

the danger up another level. For

me personally my experience in

rips has not been life threatening.

Every person that I know

who’s been caught in a rip has,

thankfully, been rescued and

it was very sad because it really

escalated the threat in terms of

how severe the consequences can

DANGER:

Sumner

man Adam

Hutchinson

has made a

documentary

about the

three rips in

Scarborough

and Sumner

which he

posted online

10 days ago.

PHOTO:

MARTIN

HUNTER

actually be. It’s not only awful

for the family but just highlights

the risk again. It’s super sad all

round.

I was surprised watching the

documentary to hear Sumner/

Scarborough could be so dangerous

– I usually think

of Piha and places like that on

the Auckland’s west coast.

Were you surprised?

I sort of was in all honesty. I

knew it was dangerous but again

it wasn’t on the scale of Piha in

terms of just how dangerous it

could be. Put it this way, after

the terrible incident last week

it’s really escalated the threat or

the danger and bought home the

potential consequences of being

in a rip.

Do you think there’s enough

information provided about the

rips along Sumner and Scarborough

beach?

We could do with better signage

to help people understand

the dangers of the rips. We’re

in a fairly unique position in

the fact that the rips in Sumner

don’t change, meaning that the

information we can provide on

the signs can be fairly detailed to

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where they are in Sumner, as opposed

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I live up on Heberden Ave, I

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Since 1983 there have been

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A BRANCH OF

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For me especially it is 28

years since I met my wife,

Chris, on the Grand Canal

in Venice. I proposed and we

married that same year at

Rapaki.

Over the last few weeks, I

have taken advantage of the

hot weather to be out and

about experiencing some

of the great SummerTimes

festival which the city council

facilitates.

I have particularly enjoyed

the Lyttelton Summerfest

film evenings and am looking

forward to walking the

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my family and I hope to see

you along the course.

If you have yourself, or

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I have done it twice and

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We are fortunate to have so

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exercise facilities, and

some beautiful gardens

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To add to that there

are four sites identified

for a new skate park

in the Ferrymead and

Sumner area and the

city council is asking

for your feedback.

Also there are two

developments that will

add to new Lyttelton

landmarks, one being

Collett’s Corner, which

is progressing thanks

to Ohu Development

which is working with

the community to

create a building that

will be collectively

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Hungerford, Henderson

take out Billabong titles

• By Gordon Findlater

TAYLORS MISTAKE surfers

Estella Hungerford and Ava

Henderson both won titles in

the Billabong Grom Series in

Whangamata at the weekend.

Hungerford, 15, claimed her

first national event victory in the

under-16 girls division.

After making it to a finals

berth at the

national championships

in

January, Hungerford

found

herself at the

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Ava

Henderson

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division.

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final secured her the title. She

defeated the North Island contingent

of Ariana Shewry (7.8),

Brie Bennett (7.2) and Georgia

Wederell (4.1) in the final.

Henderson, 12, continued

her good run of form this year

claiming the under-14 girls division

against Piha’s Liv Haysom

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Gouldsbury (7.3) had to settle for

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Fujino (5) in fourth.

The second of three events in

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CHAMPION: Estella Hungerford showed her class to win her

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PHOTO: CORMAC SEYMOUR

held in messy 1-1.5m waves,

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24-25.

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He then backtracked to the

misguiding intersection and

arrived at the same time as

eventual runner-up Chris Dunell

from St Martins.

“He was about to head the

wrong way so I stopped him

and we changed the marking,”

Armstrong said.

You could say, somewhat

luckily for Armstrong, the

man that had now caught him

was a good friend and also his

regular training partner. The

pair completed the last 2km

together before sportsmanship

dictated the 17sec winning

margin.

“Chris being the honourable

fellow he is told me I was well

ahead,” Armstrong said.

“He certainly didn’t kick as

hard as he could have and let

me run away down the home

straight.”

Luckily Armstrong was the

only runner affected by the act

of tomfoolery. Although it added

at least a handful of minutes to

his winning time, he’s remained

upbeat about the interesting

finish to the race.

“It’s an awesome group of

people who do these sorts of

SPORTS

Mischief-makers and

great sportsmanship

events and there’s a real sense of

camaraderie, so that overcomes

anything like this.”

This was Armstrong’s seventh

time competing at the ultra

marathon. However, it was

the first win at the event. On

all previous six occasions he

competed in the 102km race

where he has been on the podium

on four occasions.

The weather in Rotorua also

threw a spanner into the works

for competitors. Persistent rain

in the two days leading up to the

event and on race day meant that

runners had to be conscious of

footing throughout muddy areas

on the trail run.

It was also a busy weekend for

other Sumner Running Club

members competing in two

major South Island events.

In the Coast to Coast

mountain run on Friday, Nathan

Jones came third overall in 3hr

34min.

At the Buller Marathon Lisa

Brignull finished second in

the women’s field in a time of

3hr 12min. Meanwhile, Danny

Carmine, who was running in

just his second full marathon,

finished seventh overall in

57min.

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Wednesday February 14 2018

RoboClub

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

This is a six-week course starting

today. With MBots, you will

learn the basics of how robots

work and how to programme

one to use sensors to complete

a set of challenges. Places are

limited so bookings are essential.

Suitable for ages eight to 12. Cost

$20 for the course.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Physical Theatre and Drama

Classes

Wednesday, 4-4.50pm

Children’s drama and

physical theatre classes run

during term time starting

today. Facilitator Kerri

Fitzgerald is an experienced

drama and dance teacher who

focuses on engaging students

to learn through drama using a

diversity of techniques. Suitable

for ages eight to 12. Cost $85

for the term. Email Kerri

on krfitzgerald@xtra.co.nz or

phone 384 9415 after 5 pm.

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10am-noon and

Friday, 10.30am-noon

Go along to Lyttelton Library

for this friendly craft session.

Bring your knitting, crochet or

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Amazing authentic Thai food will also turn you into a

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by 5pm each Wednesday

other portable craft project and

enjoy time with other crafters.

Take a look the library’s range

of books to get ideas for your

next project. Free, No bookings

required. Beginners welcome.

Lyttelton Library on Wednesday,

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre on Friday

Lyttelton Summerfest Outdoor

Movie

Friday from 6.30pm

The third offering in

the outdoor movie series

is Christchurch-made

documentary Pecking Order.

Many challenges are faced by a

group of zealous Kiwi chicken

breeders hell bent on victory.

Music and entertainment from

6.30pm with Siouxsie Solar’s

Imagination Academy and

Devilish Mary & the Holy

Rollers. Platters for sale made by

Lyttelton Primary School. Movie

starts at 8.45pm. $10 entry.

Lyttelton Rose Garden

Printmaking at Godley Head

Saturday, 10am

Join printmaker Bridget

Allen in her pop-up printmaking

studio at Godley Head. Create

your own drypoint image while

learning more about the area and

its history. $5

Sergeants Mess, Awaroa Godley

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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 citizenship,

sponsorship or rates rebates applications.

There is no charge for

this service.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre, 37 Nayland St

Children’s Interactive Baroque

Concert

Sunday, 12.30-1.15pm

Experience the magical sound

of Baroque instruments and accompanying

dance performance

from Mareike Greb in full

17th-century costume. Go and

enjoy a relaxing afternoon in

a beautiful venue with a lovely

view, cafe and playground. Open

to children and adults of all ages,

but recommended for children

three to eight years old. Children

$10, adults $5

Mt Pleasant Community Centre

Animals always come first

Loving and caring environment

for your fur friends

All the team at Kimmy’s are

animal crazy and your pet will

get lots of cuddles

Doggie day care

Cat & dog boarding

Cat & dog grooming to your

requirements with gentle

professional care

All breeds/sizes

151 Maces Rd,

Bromley

(03) 389 7519

Jazz Concert

Sunday, 7.30pm

German-based saxophonist

Hayden Chisholm, bassist Paul

Dyne and Norman Meehan on

piano play Christchurch this

weekend as part of their nationwide

Unwind Tour, promoting

the trio’s album of original jazz

music. Their sound has been described

as ‘pure, unalloyed ballad

beauty.’ $25/$15

Orange Studios, 3/1063 Ferry

Rd

Mainly Music

Friday 9.45-11.15am

Are you looking for a fun

activity to do with your baby

or pre-schooler? Do you want

to get to know other families in

the Sumner-Redcliffs-Mount

Pleasant area? Mainly Music is a

fun, educational half hour music

and movement session followed

by morning tea and a social/play

time. $4 per family casual rate,

$30 for a 10-session card. For

more info phone Hazel 384 1965

or 021 077 1264

Shop 10/ 60 Queenspark Dr,

Parklands Shopping Centre

(03) 383 5323

Head along to Live at the

Point with Carmel Courtney.

Lyttelton-based Courtney

works in a range of styles

including electronica, jazz,

Latin and blues. At Sunday

afternoon’s soiree, her funk

band Carmelita and The

Toots will be exploring the

funkier electro jazz side

of life featuring wonky

interpretations of favourite

songs and originals. Sunday,

2.30-4.30pm, Godley House

grounds, 2 Waipapa Ave,

Diamond Harbour. Free event.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Markets:

The weekly markets have many

different attractions and delicious

treats on offer. From fresh

produce to freshly baked bread,

cheeses and free range eggs. Find

some healthy food options and

sip on a coffee while taking a

wander around any of the markets

happening in the area at the

weekend.

Lyttelton Farmers Market

and Lyttelton Craft Market:

Saturday, 10am-1pm, London St.

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd.

Akaroa Farmers Market:

Saturday, 9.30am-1pm, Madeira

car park.

Sumner Market: Sunday,

11am-3pm, cnr Esplanade and

Marriner St.


Wednesday February 14 2018

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 21

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Wednesday February 14 2018

REAL ESTATE

Luxury architect designed sanctuary - ‘As is, where is’

21 Koromiko Crescent, Diamond Harbour

Auction: 22 February 2018, no prior sale

3 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 2 toilets | 1 living room | 1 dining room | 2 car-garaging | 4 off-street parks | Listing ID: FM5350

Brilliantly designed by Andrew Barclay

with expansive glass to capture the natural

light and sunshine, this property is unique

in its panoramic and extensive views of

Lyttelton Harbour, the Heads and the

surrounding vista.

Front row seats to the stunning sunrises

are just part of the pleasure that can be

derived from living in this wonderful

3-bedroom, 2-bathroom property and with

a nature reserve positioned in front, it can

never be built out. Upstairs there is a private

and sheltered deck from the living area and

the main bedroom...for outdoor BBQ’s or

just relaxing and soaking up the atmosphere.

Inside the house, the modern kitchen is

slightly elevated above the open plan living -

dining so the chef always has a commanding

view. The main bedroom upstairs is a

sanctuary with its own ensuite and walk-in

wardrobe...with two additional bedrooms

downstairs opening out onto a private lawn

and garden.

There is an extra-large double garage for

all the vehicles and lifestyle toys you may

have. Outside, the established gardens are

full of easy-care trees and scrubs and there is

flat lawn to enjoy in the privacy of the front

of the property.

While the luxury passenger liners are

soon to make a reappearance, the Diamond

Harbour - Lyttelton ferries are constant

passer bys (20 times a day) providing quick

and scenic transport to Lyttelton.

Enjoy the outdoor lifestyle and amenities

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Orton Bradley Park, Church Bay, Purau

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and the new Supermarket.

Auction date: Thursday 22 Feb 12:00 p.m.

(Grenadier House, 98 Moorhouse Ave) No

Prior Sale

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See you at the Open Homes or to arrange

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