Bay Harbour: April 11, 2018

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Fire and Slice finally set to

open in Sumner

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Former champ hooks

up with Parker in UK

• By Gordon Findlater

DEAN CALVERT (above)

returned from the United

Kingdom last week after

getting closer than most to

Joseph Parker in the build up

to his world heavyweight title

unification fight with Anthony

Joshua in Cardiff.

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• By Sarla Donovan

THE OWNERS of Sumner’s Cave

Rock Apartments are expecting the

Earthquake Commission to sign-off

on a settlement agreement this week.

Body corporate chairman Mike

White said the group had gone

into mediation with IAG and EQC

on February 20, and signed off

on a deal with IAG on February

22 – coincidentally seven years

to the day after the February 22,

2011, earthquake. However, they

are waiting for EQC to sign the

agreement.

“Given that EQC actually drafted

the agreement, there’ll be no

problem with them doing that.”

The apartments suffered damage

in the February and June, 2011,

earthquakes and were demolished in

late 2012. In 2016, IAG’s offer of the

difference between indemnity value,

$10 million, and the sum insured,

$16 million, was rejected by the body

corporate.

The mediation agreement

prevented Mr White from disclosing

the settlement amount, but he said it

involved the two parties paying “a bit

more money than they’d wanted to

earlier.”

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DEAN CALVERT was a pretty useful

boxer in his day, and these days he’s not a

bad sort of a publican.

He’s mine host at the Valley Inn and

when he’s not there he spends a bit of time

travelling the world watching boxing.

He has just returned from the Parker/Joshua fight in Wales

(see page 1). He spent time in the Parker camp, courtesy of fellow

Cantabrian Kevin Barry who trained Calvert during part of his

career.

Like any good publican he also did some industry research

while in Wales: “We organised a good pub crawl one day.”

It was, of course, to check on the menus for new ideas.

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Wednesday April 11 2018

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• By Sarla Donovan

GETTING THE right consents

to open a pizza restaurant in

Sumner took so long, Palwinder

Singh had to postpone his

planned wedding in February.

The space at 7 Wakefield Ave

was vacated by Stoked Surf,

Snow and Style about a year ago.

Mr Singh took over the lease

in May and intended to open

a wood-fired pizza and pasta

restaurant called Fire and Slice,

with indoor seating for up to 20

people.

But getting the required

consents has taken five months

longer than expected. However,

he hasn’t been put off by the

process.

“To be honest, the whole thing

has been challenging, exciting

and really good learning. It’s

not all negative. It’s been a good

challenge, which me and my

landlord have sorted out now.”

He said he was initially told by

city council staff that new commercial

property rules meant

all he needed was a building

consent for a new fit-out.

But unexpected strengthening

work pushed the project out to

December.

Then two days before Christmas,

city council planners called

Mr Singh to say a resource

consent was in fact required. It

took a further month to prepare

the consent application, which

was lodged in late January and

approved in mid-March.

“Luckily, the landlords, Anthony

and Jennifer, have really

helped me a lot. I really appreciate

their support and patience

because they’ve also lost money;

they never asked for rent. I salute

them,” said Mr Singh.

The final interior work is now

under way with an anticipated

opening date in the last week of

this month.

Originally from the northern-

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Pizza joint finally set to open

Indian state of Punjab, Mr Singh

shifted to Sumner in 2016 after

five years working at Poenamo

Hotel in Auckland.

While there, he took the opportunity

to learn about New

Zealand culture, including

rugby, which he now follows

enthusiastically.

Long weekends visiting the

South Island brought an appreciation

for its beauty, prompting

his move.

“In Sumner you’ve got everything:

Movies, cafes, shops,

beaches, really good walking

and cycling tracks. What else

DECORATIVE:

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Singh moves

the front

quarter of a

Land-Rover

over the

oven at his

new pizza

restaurant

in Sumner.

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do you need.” Fire and Ice is Mr

Singh’s first food business but he

has been working in hospitality

since 2006.

His experience from frontof-house

to housekeeping and

kitchen work has given him a

good grounding, he said.

“I’m 100 percent dedicated

and I even had to postpone

my wedding. It was to be in

February but we have put it off

till May. She’s not really happy,

but after understanding my

dedication to the project, she

said: ‘Okay, it’s alright’. She

supports me.”

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Fire rages, homes at risk

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Three new murals by Los

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Guy Ellis, also known as Dcypher,

are planned for Lyttelton’s Oxford

Street Reserve. The murals will

include scenes from the early days

of the settlement, native plants

and birds and an abstract urban

scene featuring a skateboarder.

Work will begin on the two-week

project on April 14, with designs

being projected onto the walls

so they can be outlined prior to

painting.

PENINSULA TRUCK CRASH

The driver of a truck carrying

a five-tonne digger lost control

and slid into a bank on Le Bons

Bay Rd on Monday. The crash

happened about 10am. The driver

was not injured and no other

vehicles were involved.

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Continued planting of prickly

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footpath is under review. The

suitability of the plants has been

questioned by Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

member Darrell Latham, who

said the sharp points can make

them dangerous for footpath

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Wednesday April 11 2018

News

• By Sarla Donovan

DRIVERS ARE avoiding the St

Andrews Hill-Bridle Path Rd

intersection by using The Brae to

access Main Rd.

And it’s creating a steady flow

of traffic down the steep, narrow

street – prompting the city

council to install new signage

and stopping restrictions near

the intersecting service road at

the bottom of the hill.

The service road is a 100m

cul-de-sac which runs parallel to

Main Rd and intersects The Brae

just before Main Rd.

It provides seven car parks for

residents and their visitors and

can also function as a ‘park and

ride’ enabling drivers to park

their vehicle and either use a bus

service or the Coastal Pathway.

A city council report provided

to the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board said

drivers travelling on The Brae

THREE HIGH-RISK bends

on Major Hornbrook Rd in Mt

Pleasant will have no-stopping

restrictions installed after a

resident raised safety concerns.

The change is expected to improve

sight lines for drivers and

as it approaches Main Rd had

poor forward sight lines and were

moving relatively quickly due to

the downhill slope. A give way

sign at the currently uncontrolled

for residents exiting driveways,

and reduce the likelihood of a

head-on collision as vehicles

won’t need to overtake parked

vehicles.

It will also create more space

for large vehicles such as rubbish

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Plan to solve traffic issues in The Brae

intersection of the service road

with The Brae would reduce potential

confusion, the report said.

And no-stopping lines will be

implemented along the service

trucks and buses which use the

road.

No stopping lines will be

painted on the corners between

numbers 138 and 149 Major

Hornbrook Rd. And a continuous

centre line will be painted

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road, to ensure vehicles don’t

park near the intersection and

interfere with sight lines.

The changes were approved by

the board last week.

No stopping signs for high-risk corners

on the road to encourage vehicles

to stay on their side.

It will cost around $1000 for

the road markings.

The changes were approved by

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board last week.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

New speed

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Dyers Pass Rd

A NEW 60km/h speed limit and

double yellow lines will be in

place on Dyers Pass Rd by early

May.

The speed limit change was

approved by the city council last

week.

A decision to paint double yellow

lines on the stretch between

Summit Rd and the Sign of the

Takahe was earlier made by the

Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board.

But the Banks Peninsula Commmunity

Board decided against

yellow lines on the Summit Rd-

Governors Bay section due to the

road’s narrowness and general

condition.

The changes are designed to try

and reduce the crash rate.

Installation of the double

yellow lines, the new speed limit

signs and raised centre line pavement

markers will begin in mid

April.

The work is scheduled to take

place between April 15-18, 22-26,

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While the work is done, Dyers

Pass Rd will be closed to traffic

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Cave Rock Apartments

dispute finally settled

•From page 1

Within the next eight weeks,

the body corporate will meet to

decide whether to rebuild or sell

the property ‘as is, where is’.

Mr White said it was more

likely the owners would sell.

“Judging by the responses

thus far, most people just want

to be rid of the whole problem

and move on.”

A resource consent to rebuild

the main block of apartments

remains in place until January

next year, along with architectural

plans.

The consent was obtained

in 2012/13, based on an understanding

with IAG that

reinstatement would go ahead,

said Mr White.

“When IAG changed their

mind, that’s when we got into

litigation with them.”

Meanwhile, concerns were

last week raised about the apartments’

underground car park,

accessed off Wakefield Ave.

Children have been playing in

the abandoned space, which has

been described as “a scene from

a horror movie.”

A padlock on the door was

broken off and the chain link

damaged, allowing people access.

Sumner resident Paul Strangwick

raised the issue on the

Sumner Community Facebook

page last week, warning that

children were daring each other

to go into the basement. He

said the power was still on with

lights flickering and water continually

dripping onto the floor.

He and builder Andrew

Spencer offered to board up

the entrance after Mr White

contacted him on Sunday. It has

since been secured.

Mr White confirmed there

was power to the basement as it

was a reticulated system.

There were also pumps

running 24/7 to control the

inflow of groundwater from

earthquake-damaged sumps

underground.

The door has been vandalised

at least three times over the

past year, which has been “very

frustrating,” Mr White said.

“We do our best to keep it as

secure as we can, but whoever

does it keeps breaking in again.”

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Calvert family meet Parker in UK

•From page 1

Their love for the sport has seen

them travel to a number of high

profile fights around the world,

including the Floyd Mayweather

Jr v Manny Pacquiao fight in Las

Vegas in 2015.

However, the world title fight

between Parker and Joshua on

Easter Sunday was unlike any the

family had travelled together to

see before. They were made to feel

like part of the Parker family in

the build up to his biggest fight to

date.

Mr Calvert’s main connection

to the Parker camp comes

through Parker’s trainer Kevin

Barry, who also trained Mr Calvert

in the early 1990s.

“We got made to feel like part of

the family. His mum would come

down to breakfast every morning

and say hello and give us a hug

and a kiss,” said Mr Calvert.

“We were lucky enough to be

invited on his team walk the

morning of the fight. It’s something

he does the morning of his

fights; just goes for a 15min walk

to relax.”

Mr Calvert won four New

Zealand titles in his career as a

welterweight. He also won the

Jameson Belt in 1992. The belt is

awarded to the best boxer at the

national championships each

year. Mr Calvert’s first boxing

trainer was his grandfather

Ryan Mitchell. This was before

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FAMILY: Dean Calvert, Joseph Parker, Bryce Calvert and George

Calvert in the UK.

he worked with Barry who was

training David Tua at the same

time.

Mr Calvert had 70 amateur

fights before going on to register a

professional record of eight wins

from eight fights. He took what

was originally set to be a short

break from fighting at 24. However,

Mr Calvert never returned

to training.

“I do regret it sometimes, but

then I’ve had a lot of other great

memories since doing other

things.”

After boxing, Mr Calvert

worked for his family cleaning

business for 17 years before

buying the Valley Inn Tavern in

2004.

“I like the social side. It’s a good

place to catch up with friends and

the locals.”

Although Mr Calvert was lucky

enough to be at Cardiff’s Millennium

Stadium 10 rows back from

the action, he says the Valley Inn

Tavern was as good a place as any

to watch the fight.

“We were chock-a-block for the

Parker fight. We had a couple of

hundred people here, every time

he’s fought it’s been like that.”

As for the future of his favourite

boxer, Mr Calvert believes, at just

26, Parker has the determination

to bounce back.

“He was talking to us on the

plane on the way home and

he’s just determined to get

back in there and get back to

the top.”

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John Emery’s latest exhibition at Little River Gallery

Although born and raised in the American Midwest,

John Emery has spent the past twenty-five years shuttling

back and forth between Dayton, Ohio and Burkes Pass,

New Zealand, where he established a second home and

studio in 2000.

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Time flies over us, but

leaves its shadow behind.

--Nathaniel Hawthorne

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Wednesday April 11 2018

News

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Call for anglers to

clean up hooks, lines

• By Sarla Donovan

USED HOOKS and pieces

of cut fishing line pose a

hazard to bird and sea life.

Beachville Rd resident

Polly Nash said anglers

using the seawall were

leaving used lines and

hooks lying around rather

than disposing of them

responsibly.

She gathered up more

than a dozen pieces of cut

fishing line last Wednesday

morning, including one

that still had a rusty hook

in it.

“I mentioned to one fisherman

the environmental

damage discarded lines

and hooks cause to bird

life as well as ocean life but

he seemed indifferent and

uncaring,” she said.

The seawall bordering

the Avon-Heathcote estuary

is a popular spot to

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But Ms Nash said she

had noticed an increasingly

“negligent and lazy”

attitude towards disposing

of surplus fishing line and

hooks.

She contacted the Bay

UPSET: Polly Nash wants anglers to clean up their

hooks and lines along Beachville Rd.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Harbour News hoping

to raise awareness of the

problem.

“People (need) to wake

up and show greater

responsibility for their actions

when fishing because

one day a child or a dog

could stand on a hook, a

bird get entangled and lose

a leg or worse.”

The monofilament line

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as ocean animals can’t

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Lost monofilament lines

and nets can take many

years to degrade.

•HAVE YOUR SAY:

What do you think

of this behaviour?

Should people be

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lying around? Email

your views to sarla.

donovan@starmedia.

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Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee

The city council’s

Long Term Plan

is out for public

consultation until

5pm, Friday. If you

want to have your

say, do it now, writes

Labour MP for Port

Hills Ruth Dyson

THERE ARE many areas which are of

importance to us and the well-being of

our communities, but I thought I would

just highlight a few that are of local

significance.

The first big issue is how much we do

and how fast – and, therefore, what our

rating base should be for the period in

question. There is a 5.5 per cent rates

increase proposed. Everyone would like

it to be less I am sure, but that would

mean that our horizontal infrastructure

would get worse rather than improve, and

community facilities would not be able

to proceed until later. So, if we are asking

for additional spending, the money has

to come from cutting something that is

FEEDBACK:

City council

funding for the

Naval Point

Yacht Club

redevelopment

is one of

several

important

issues in the

Lyttelton area.

Have a say on the LTP

on budget or a slightly increased rates

increase. Worthwhile considering.

Roads, pipes and footpaths must continue

to be improved and, likewise, our

community facilities, such as libraries,

swimming pools and community centres,

need to continue to be progressed.

A lot of people express concerns about

the need to do more on parks maintenance.

The Linwood-Woolston pool needs

to stay on budget, support for the Naval

Point Club and Coastguard‘s new build is

important for the area as is security of use

for the rugby club changing facility.

Reserve management committees,

such as Urumau need to be financially

supported and we should continue to support

funding for the coastal pathway – a

regional asset.

So is the balance of spending and rating

about right? Let the city council know –

it’s your money and your community.

•To make a submission on the Long

Term Plan, visit https://www.ccc.govt.

nz/the-council/plans-strategies-policiesand-bylaws/plans/long-term-plan-andannual-plans/ltp/ways-to-have-your-say/

Come along and

find out about water

matters that effect you.

At the next Banks Peninsula Water Zone meeting we will be discussing

septic tanks on the peninsula, how we can better manage the impacts

of forestry on our waterways and a cool new programme ‘nature agents’

involving kids monitoring their local waterways on the Peninsula.

There will also be dedicated time for community members to

‘have their say’. Hope to see you there!

Date: Tuesday 17th April

Time: 4pm

Where: Allandale Hall Governors Bay

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WITH MARY IN FAITH

TĀTOU KO MERE E WHAKAPONO ANA

FROM THE BOARD

History shows the heart of our school

remains strong and true through

change. Marian College was established

in 1982 with the bringing together

of two Catholic secondary schools

for girls– McKillop College and St

Mary’s College – the latter being one

of the oldest schools in Canterbury,

established in 1893.

The gospel values that Marian College

was built on continue through to today,

along with the guidance and steady

support of the Catholic Diocese of

Christchurch.

The appointment of our new Bishop and

his intention to make Marian College a

priority – signals the next new phase for

our school.

Our community is rich in experience,

knowledge, faith and diversity and

we value every contribution. The

Marian College Board extends an open

invitation to everyone who is part of

Marian College’s history - and future -

to connect with us. This includes past

and present students, immediate and

extended family, and next generations -

the young women who will lead us into

the future.

There will be opportunities to be

involved, and to have a say on what our

new school will look like.

By clicking the ‘following’ tab on the

Marian College Facebook page you

can select ‘see first’ in your newsfeed,

to ensure you receive the latest Marian

College news first.

Join us on our journey.

Jan Paterson

Marian College Board of Trustees Chair

MODEL UN

Unlike any other high school event,

the Canterbury Model UN 2018 brings

together 200 students for two days of

debate and discussion on issues affecting

society today.

Seven Year 13 Marian College students

participated recently – pictured from back

left: Katie Ryan, Jodie Worthington, Kitty

Aloysius, Izzy Bloxham (Head Girl),

Louise Daly, Rose Heslop-Brown (front)

and Bernie Simpson.

Jodie said she found the experience

extremely valuable. “Each of us was

assigned a country and spent two days

debating global issues, problem solving,

meeting 200 other students and having

heaps of fun,” Jodie said.

Canterbury Model UN 2018

Marian College participants.

PASIFIKA

CELEBRATED

Marian College supported its largest

ever performing Pasifika Group

at the sPacPac Polyfest 2018

Festival held in Burwood recently.

The Marian College Pasifika Group

also had the most students from

any one school on stage – 43

students performed – and had

the honour of closing the annual

festival.

The students performed traditional

Samoan items with their own twist

of Marian Magic. Many hours of

practice led to stunning

performances at Polyfest, the

Marian College Fia Fia night and

school assembly.

Marian College Pasifika Group

performance leader Alana Tuipulotu in

action at Polyfest 2018.

The Marian College Canterbury Under 14 winning relay team from left:

Beautienna Gamble, Lily Robertson, Maia Columbus and Manea-Faith Waaka.

ATHLETICS GOLD

Red and blue sparkled with gold at

the New Zealand Secondary Schools

Athletics Association, South Island

Secondary School Championships

held in Timaru this term. The Marian

College Under 14 relay team took out

the Canterbury and South Island title

and Year 9 student Beautienna Gamble

secured the Under 14 discus title. Track

and field athletes Louise Daly, Kate

Taylor, Manea-Faith Waaka (Ngāti

Raukawa) and Chantal MacDonald also

gained top three placings in their events.

Congratulations team!

Marian College triathletes from back

left: Chantal MacDonald, Louise Daly,

Madison van der Plas, Tessa Foraker and

Kaylee Jackson. Front: Kristen Laing

(left) and Lucianna Jackson.

TRIATHLON FIRST

A Marian College triathlon team

achieved first place in the Under 19

Female Team event at Scarborough

Beach this term. Congratulations

to Kristen Laing, Lucy Jackson and

Chantal MacDonald (Team 1) on this

fantastic result. Team 2 – Kaylee

Jackson, Maddie van der Plas and Tess

Foraker –was placed fourth in the same

category. Louise Daly also secured

fourth place in the Under 19 individual

event. The course comprised a 350

metre swim, nine kilometre bike and

three kilometre run.

IN THE COMMUNITY

Marian College has a long standing mission

to encourage young women to fulfil their

potential and contribute to the common

good of society.

Lions Clubs also place value on service

and have a long history of contributing to

communities all over the world.

Recently Deputy Head student Rachael

Nilsson was one of several young people

invited to speak at the Lions District 202E

convention, on young people’s views of

community service and how traditional

Lions Clubs can involve more young

people.

The Marian College choir also had the

honour of singing at the convention’s

rededication and remembrance service.

From left, Student Volunteer Army

representative Tim Greene, Lions Past

International President Al Brandel,

Marian College Deputy Head

Girl Rachael Nilsson and Lions

Leo representative Saskia

Lane. Photo: Donald Lamont.

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Everything

that makes

Redcliffs

Park a great

site for a

park, also

makes it a

great site

for a school,

writes

board of trustees chairman

Darren Fidler

AS REDCLIFFS School edges

nearer to returning home to

our suburb, we wanted to take

the opportunity to alleviate

some concerns and correct

some misinformation about

the school’s proposed move

to Redcliffs Park, particularly

around flooding and drainage.

The Ministry of Education has

made it quite clear to us, and the

incoming Government, that the

only way in which our school

can return to Redcliffs without

further significant delay is to

relocate to Redcliffs Park.

A few points on the current

proposal given the concerns

about flooding and tsunamis:

Everything that makes Redcliffs

Park a great site for a park,

also makes it a great site for a

school.

The MoE has committed to

improved drainage on the field.

The photos of flooding on the

field shown in recent media were

either taken when a faulty valve

was letting surging tides back

onto Celia St, or in such significant

rain events that pretty

much every park in Christchurch

had surface flooding.

At the recent Redcliffs Residents

Association AGM, we were

briefed by Civil Defence on the

different types of tsunamis that

Christchurch could be affected

by. The school has had earthquake

response plans and a tsunami

evacuation plan for every

site we’ve been on, and in this

case, children would be evacuated

up the hill in a similar time

from any location in Redcliffs.

And to reiterate other information

that is already publicly

available:

The buildings on the old site

were due for renewal and were

at the end of their life. The MoE

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Alleviating concerns over school site

has made it clear that the school

will be a new build, wherever it

is.

Redcliffs Park is adjacent to

perhaps the best walking and

cycling facility in Christchurch,

the Coastal Pathway. This

means that once children are on

the Coastal Pathway from Moncks

Bay through to Mt Pleasant,

they can walk, scooter or cycle

to the new school site without

having to worry about crossing

roads or dealing with traffic.

This is a perfect opportunity to

reduce the number of people

driving their kids to school, taking

cars off the road, improving

the children’s level of physical

activity, and improving their

concentration.

The city council has indicated

that they want to retain some of

the buildings in the south-east

corner of the old site for community

use, with the rest of the

site reverting to park land to offer

the same amenity as Redcliffs

Park.

After seven years of significant

stress for our whole community,

if we can have Redcliffs Park

redesignated by MP Megan

Woods, then we truly will have

regeneration. Our school as the

heart of this suburb can return,

with building starting in the

third quarter of this year.

There is no perfect site for a

school, all have their challenges,

including the old site. But we’ve

shown as a community that we

can overcome those challenges.

Anyone with ongoing concerns

is welcome to contact us

directly, as it’s likely we’ve discussed

the same topics with the

MoE, Regenerate Christchurch,

Department of Conservation,

LINZ, or any of the many other

agencies we’ve been dealing with

weekly for the last few years.

•Feel free to do so by

emailing admin@redcliffs.

school.nz.

BAY HARBOUR

Local

News

Now

• By Sarla Donovan

PAGE 13

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Walkathon

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upgrade of the Christchurch

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Walkers were sponsored to

take part in the 32km walk

around Stoddart Point Reserve.

Diamond Harbour GP Peter

Davies, who helped organised

the event, said he was feeling a

“little bit stiff” after the walk. “I

kept wanting to sit down, but I

thought if I do, I probably won’t

get back up so I kept going.

It was great to see everyone’s

enthusiasm to do their bit for this

service.”

Along with sponsorship,

money was also raised through

a sausage sizzle and a cake stall

run by Diamond Harbour School

pupils. About $500 has been

raised on a Givealittle page.

The money will go towards

the Maia Health Foundation’s

‘13-minutes’ campaign, which

aims to raise $500,000 for a

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World championship medal for

Sumner cross-country runner

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER’S SOFIA Kennedy

helped the New Zealand girls

team to a bronze medal finish

at the ISF World Championship

Cross Country in Paris.

Kennedy, 17, played a vital role

in the six-strong team winning

bronze. The total of the top-four

finishers from each team are

combined to reach a total team

score. The team with the lowest

total score wins gold.

The secondary school-age

event saw more than 600 runners,

from 33 countries, across

five continents, run under the

Eiffel tower as part of the 4150m

course.

The Sumner runner was the

fourth Kiwi home, finishing

29th in the 100-strong race girls

race. She completed the course

in 14min 19sec, 46sec behind

race winner Ella Heeney from

Australia.

Kennedy’s tally combined with

Hannah O’Conner (fourth),

Aimee Fergusson (fifth), Phoebe

McKnight (11th) equalled 49

points which was good enough

for third behind Australia

(29pts) and England (33pts).

The accomplishment saw

the NZ girls finish ahead of

renowned middle distance running

countries such as Morocco,

France and Algeria.

ACCOMPLISHMENT: Sofia

Kennedy (left) was part of

the New Zealand girls team

which won bronze in Paris. ​

Kennedy was the only South

Island member of the girls

team.

The NZ boys team finished

fifth on 89 points behind Morocco

(29pts), England (35pts),

Algeria (62pts) and Spain

(74pts). The boys team featured

SPORTS

Christchurch runners Andres

Hernandez and Dion Houston.

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Clarke chosen for NZ team

TAYLORS MISTAKE teenage

surf lifesaver Louis Clarke has

been selected in the 10-strong

New Zealand team to compete at

the Sanyo Cup in Japan.

The annual international

event, which is run by the Japan

Lifesaving Association, will

take place from June 23-24 in

Fukuoka, Japan.

The beach-based competition

will be run with the same

programme on each day including

surf, board, ski and ocean

person races, beach flags, sprints

and other team events.

Clarke, 16, recently won his

first maiden open grade event at

the New Zealand Surf Life Saving

Championships in Gisborne

when he powered to victory in

the men’s surf race.

Clarke was also named in the

national youth development

squad following the event.

The New Zealand team for the

Sanyo Cup will join teams from

Australia, United States, Great

Britain, Netherlands, South Africa,

Hong Kong and Japan.

The overall winning team will

be determined by combined

points across the two days of

competition.

Bonus point win for Wave

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER HAD the perfect start

to their Hawkins Cup campaign

with a commanding bonus point

win over Linwood at Linfield

Park on Saturday.

Linwood’s front row may have

featured All Black tighthead prop

Owen Franks. However, they

were no match for the wave who

romped to a 43-14 victory.

Sumner found themselves

trailing midway through the

opening half before taking

command through tries to

Josh Loader (two), Filimoni

Waqainabete (two), William

Saukuru, Tom Crozier, Samuela

Tawake and Tom Ziolo. It gave

Sumner the perfect opening to

their season.

The reserve team nearly had

the perfect start to their season

against Linwood also. After trailing

for the majority of the match

they made a late surge to level

the score at 19-all before coming

within metres of stealing a win.

“We ended up trying to run it

out from our own dead ball line

and ended up getting tackled

into touch 5m from their try line

to end the game,” said Sumner

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Sumner are also on the road for

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Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10am-noon and

Friday, 10.30am-noon

Got along to this friendly craft

session. Take your knitting,

crochet or other portable craft

project and enjoy time with

other crafters. Take a look at the

library’s range of books to get

ideas for your next project. Free,

no bookings required. Beginners

welcome.

Lyttelton Library on Wednesday,

Sumner Library on Friday

Storytimes

Wednesday 10.30-11am

Encourage learning through

a love for stories. Storytimes is

a free, interactive programme

including stories, songs, rhymes

and play.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Strength ’n’ Stretch Class

Wednesday, 6-7pm

For women in their fab 50s

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workout at a medium level which

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stations and more. First class

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St Andrews Anglican Church,

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Create ’n’ Connect

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Friday 10.30-11am

Encourage your baby’s learning

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such as rhymes, songs, stories

and play.

Lyttelton Library

Diamond Harbour Photography

Exhibition

Friday-Sunday, 10am-4pm

An exhibition of photographs

by members of the Diamond

Harbour Camera Club continues

this weekend. The exhibition

features a range of mounted

photographs for sale. Images

cover local harbour vistas, native

flora and fauna and exotic locations

beyond New Zealand.

Stoddart Cottage, Waipapa Ave

Alliance Francaise​French

Film Festival

Friday-Sunday

Movies from the festival will

be playing in Akaroa for the

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and Sebastian: Friends for Life,

Dr. Knock, C’est la vie!, Return of

the Hero, See You Up There, Faces

Places, Number One, Aurore and

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Mt Pleasant Art and Craft

Market

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm

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of the year. There will be a range

of stallholders selling gorgeous

local products – everything from

artworks, merino products and

natural skin care to jewellery and

wax food wraps. The farmer’s

market will be on at the same

time outside the centre and the

cafe is opening especially with

Devonshire teas.

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Bay Rd

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Tuesday, 10-11am

Get crafty at the Redcliffs

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Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

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Outside, a massive back yard sprawls gently

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made level to accommodate a pool or formal

landscaping and living. For families, this

space is invaluable, including 2 small sheds

that can be used as play houses if desired.

Fruit trees and established planting also

complement the ample size of the section.

Other features of the house include a log

burner in the living area, storage under the

house, new pathways and driveway, and 3

toilets in total. Exposed timber beams add

character to the living spaces, with rimu

floors upstairs adding warmth, along with

new carpets throughout and an additional

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Open Home: Wednesdays, Saturdays and

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Society is holding a Steam

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14th and 15th April on McLeans

Island Road behind the Airport.

This is regarded as the No. 1 Steam

Event in New Zealand with more

than 25 steam driven vehicles

present.

The Society is responsible for

preserving our heritage with coal

and wood fired boilers that produce

steam. People can see how shiny

pistons drive rods and fly wheels that

are linked together to turn steam into

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Working demonstrations will be

held wet or fine between 10am and

2pm because they are in purposely

built buildings. There will be

sawmilling and sheep shearing

inside. Other demonstrations will be

threshing of grain crops, and stone

crushers all driven by steam engines.

At a previous event the comment

was made – “surely people couldn’t do

that work all day”.

One of the major features this year

will be the Model Railway which is 20

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this Railway complete with sound and

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There is a free train ride which loops

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Children can be entertained by

riding on the miniature train at a cost

of $2.

There will be plenty of food stalls but

no Eftpos and dogs are not allowed.

Entry fee is $15 per adult, Children

under 15 are free.

Come and enjoy the smoke and the

smells from all the steam engines.

To the older generation this brings

back so many memories and for the

younger ones it will show how these

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Gates will be open at 9am.

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Non-Service Cremation $2,050

Just Funerals, a family owned and

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