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Bay Harbour: May 02, 2018

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PAGE 2 Wednesday May 2 2018 BAY HARBOUR Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi get in touch from the editor’s desk IF AARON Keown strays into the Bay Harbour News area, give him a clip (verbal of course) around the ear. On page 1 today, we report he had a crack at Banks Peninsula. Keown, a Harewood Ward city councillor, compares Banks Peninsula to a high-maintenance Merivale wife. His comments came during the city council Long Term Plan hearings after the Banks Peninsula Community Board’s funding request for projects. Mayor Lianne Dalziel struck back for Banks Peninsula, while community board chairwoman Pam Richardson and the public gallery laughed at the remark, which was of course typically Keown. We’ve kindly illustrated the article with a head shot of Keown so feel free to escort him back to the border should he turn up. – Barry Clarke GENERAL ENQUIRIES Ph 379 7100 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ph 379 1100 The Christchurch Star Company Ltd PO box 1467, Christchurch starmedia.kiwi NEWS Sarla Donovan Ph: 021 919 917 sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi ADVERTISING Javier Balcazar Ph: 982 9308 javier.balcazar@ starmedia.kiwi Rob Davison Ph: 021 225 8584 rob.davison@ starmedia.kiwi Historic railway road fixed Railway Tce brought back to life How the cost of fixing a quake-damaged Heathcote Valley street fell on home-owners. Page 8 Sumner miss opportunities Winning run comes to an end Find out why Sumner coach Martin Dodgson has labelled two narrow losses in the space of three days “an opportunity lost”. Page 13 Friday Night Market Ferrymead Heritage Park Take the family to Ferrymead Heritage Park on Saturday from 5pm for market fun and $2 railcar rides. Page 17 The best-read local newspaper, delivered to 10,056 homes, RDs and farms every Wednesday Brookhaven, Heathcote, Ferrymead, Redcliffs, Mt Pleasant, Sumner, Lyttelton, Diamond Harbour, Governors Bay, Akaroa. APRIL ENTERTAINMENT 7.30PM THIS SATURDAY: FAKE MUSIC SATURDAY 12th MAY: VAGUE-AS BROTHERS SATURDAY 19th MAY: EASY COME EASY GO SATURDAY 26th MAY: THE 10 GUITARS SHOW SUNDAY 27th MAY: KIDS KARAOKE; CANTERBURY BRASS 43 Hargood St, Woolston ph 03 389 7039 www.woolstonclub.co.nz Follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/WoostonclubInc WEDNESDAY RETRO ROAST LUNCH $10 MEMBERS / $12 NON THURSDAY STEAK NIGHT $15! SUNDAY NIGHTS KID’S EAT FREE Conditions apply Whitford’s Hours: CAFE OPEN 7 DAYS from 11am RESTAURANT OPEN Wednesday - Sunday from 5pm CHICKEN WEEK On now! JO2764 24 29 30 31 part of your day 71 Lichfield St, The Crossing Opposite The Bus Interchange Open 7am-9pm 7 days — FreshChoiceCityMarket.co.nz $ 7 99 kg Fresh Tegel NZ Skin On Chicken Breast Fillets $ 4 99 kg New Season Seedless Satsuma Mandarins $ 3 80 ea Olivani Olive Oil Spread 500g/ Fresh‘n Fruity Yoghurt 1kg (Excludes Greek) Specials valid 30/4/18 – 6/5/18, or while stocks last at FreshChoice City Market.

Wednesday May 2 2018 News • By Sarla Donovan IT’S OFFICIAL – the community’s favoured site for a skate park is 26 Nayland St. Consultation results were released last week, and from 534 submissions a whopping 314 (58 per cent) supported the former Marine Tavern site. Sumner beach was the second most popular with 109 supporters, and the former Redcliffs School site third with 78. Scott Park was a distant fourth with just 28 in favour. Five submitters did not select a ranking preference. The Linwood-Central- Heathcote Community Board was to make a decision in April, but it is now likely to be August before the matter is put to the board. That’s because the city council is in discussions with the Crown around ownership of the adjacent sites at 20/24 Nayland St, said head of parks Brent Smith. The board has also requested a soil test at 26 Nayland St to “further inform their decision-making for a site,” he said. Sumner Green and Skate spokeswoman Liza Sparrow said the group was “delighted” 26 Nayland St had proven the most popular site for the permanent skate area, as it would enable a village green to be developed adjacent to it. “We are now one step closer to achieving the goal of having a recreation space within the heart of the village,” said Ms Sparrow. Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Nayland St favoured for skate park OPTIONS: The four proposed skate park sites: (Left to right) Scott Park, former Redcliffs School, 26 Nayland St and next to Sumner Surf Life Saving Club. PHOTOS: MARTIN HUNTER “If 26 Nayland St is approved for use by our community board, Sumner Green and Skate will continue to work with the city council to ensure that this project is completed in a way which best meets the needs of our community.” In the meantime, the group is fundraising for landscaping and upkeep around the temporary ramp on the Nayland St/ Wakefield Ave corner, which Ms Sparrow said may be in place until 2021. •To donate visit: https:// givealittle.co.nz/cause/letsget-our-ramp-open BAY HARBOUR Local News Now In Brief PAGE 3 Fire rages, homes at risk SUSPECTED BURGLAR CAUGHT Police are asking anyone who has been burgled in the Lyttelton or Opawa area in recent weeks, or disturbed an unknown man on their property and not reported it, to phone Lyttelton Police on 378 0200 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. A 30-year-old Lyttelton resident was last week arrested and charged with seven counts of burglary and one of theft from a vehicle. He is scheduled to appear in court on May 15. INTERSECTION CHANGE REJECTED A proposal to stop traffic on Brittain Tce from turning left or right onto Simeon Quay has been rejected by the Banks Peninsula Community Board, citing the effect on other intersections in the area and the impact on local traffic. The proposal was intended to improve traffic flow to and from Governors Bay, but sparked a backlash from residents, with 41 submissions on the proposal and only 14 per cent of those in favour. The board said it would reconsider changes if necessary, after the Naval Point recreation area was developed. Hon Amy Adams MP for Selwyn I am out and around Selwyn regularly and would love to meet you and hear the things that are important to you. On Friday 11 May I will be at: 10.15am - She Universe Café, Governors Bay 2.00pm - Dark Star Ale House & Café, Diamond Harbour Come up and make yourself known to me. Visit amyadams.co.nz to sign up for my newsletter. Contact me E P selwynoffice@parliament.govt.nz 03 344 0418 fb.com/MPAmyAdams amyadams.co.nz THE JEwEllEry ValuaTion SpEcialiSTS Caring for your jewellery since 1990 • Personal service with your professional valuer • Qualified, experienced gemologist & diamond graders • All valuations completed on premises • Validate + Research + Knowledge = Value Authorised by Amy Adams, 829 Main South Road, Templeton, Christchurch. 2/301 Lincoln Road | (03) 332 4233 www.jvcvaluers.co.nz | jim@jvcvaluers.co.nz Ajay has joined our team! Tax time is NOW! …are you prepared? Ajay We’d like to welcome Ajay to Ferrymead Accounting. With his small business and accounting background, Ajay is the perfect addition to our team. March 31 “Tax year end” has now passed and If you haven’t already engaged an accountant or want to explore the possibility of changing to a local firm that values your business, then Chris and Ajay are here to help! We specialise in: - Business & Management Advice - Owner Managed Businesses - Individual’s Tax affairs - Investment & Rental Properties - Business Start-Ups - Accountancy and Tax Compliance Your local independent MYOB Approved Partner and Xero Certified Advisor in Ferrymead 11F Settlers Cres. Ferrymead P. 03 384 8179 M. 022 354 8218 E. info@ferrymeadaccounting.co.nz www.ferrymeadaccounting.co.nz