Bay Harbour: May 09, 2018

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Alison Carter

Your local

hill and

seaside

specialist.

Steps to stop flooding

Plans to clear stormwater

drain in Sumner

Page 3 Page 8

Lyttelton’s young

people get lesson

in street art

Lyttelton youths learnt the basics of street art at a

workshop on Saturday morning. Based at the Lyttelton

skate park, Los Angeles-based Christchurch mural

artist Guy Ellis, aka Dcypher (right), led the workshop

with 11 intermediate and high school-aged students

who live in the township. They were encouraged to

paint the vertical walls of the skate park features,

as long as they didn’t paint on the new murals. Ellis

created the murals over eight days last month, helped

by other street artists. Saturday’s workshop was part

of a long-term city council strategy to reduce the

maintenance costs of the new murals in the skate park.

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• By Sarla Donovan

FEDERATED FARMERS has

thrown its weight behind a bid

for extra rural road funding,

saying a lack of maintenance is

causing serious deterioration.

The condition of unsealed

roads on the peninsula has

prompted the Banks Peninsula

Community Board to request the

maintenance budget be doubled

in the city council’s draft Long

Term Plan from $775,696 to at

least $1.4 million.

In its submission on the draft

LTP, North Canterbury Federated

Farmers said some rural

roads on Banks Peninsula are

becoming dangerous, “if not

unusable.”

Federated Farmers national

general policy manager Nick

Clark told Bay Harbour News the

roads were a lifeline for many

farmers but they had been allowed

to deteriorate.

“We’ve been told by a few people

the amount of money the city

council spend would need to be

doubled to make a difference and

catch up on the years of underinvestment.”

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from the reporter’s desk

I WAS at the Lyttelton Market on Saturday morning and felt the

lively atmosphere.

People basked in autumn sunshine and stall-holders were busy

and upbeat. Lyttelton really is humming at the moment.

Up the hill at Oxford St Reserve, the new skate park was a hive

of activity as Lyttelton youths learned where they were allowed

to paint in the new park – and had a crack themselves (see page

1). Los Angeles-based street artist Dcypher was there to help

teach them how.

He has designed and executed a new mural which showcases

Lyttelton landmarks, native plants and birds and a skateboarder

of course.

It’s a beauty and something the town can be proud of – get

along to the Oxford St Reserve and check it out for yourself.

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Council vows to stop flooding

Marriner St

complaints

prompt action

• By Sarla Donovan

THE CITY council is promising

action to prevent future

flooding along Marriner St in

Sumner.

The Esplanade end of the

street becomes blocked during

rainfall.

Last month it was completely

flooded and the footpaths

became

impassable for

most of the

weekend.

Rob O’Neill

has lived on the

street for more

than 20 years

Darrell

Latham

and complained

to the city

council after the

recent event.

He said the street’s drain

outlet, located on Scarborough

Beach, was buried under 150cm

of sand making it impossible for

the stormwater to drain out.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham met with Mr

O’Neill on Saturday to look at

the problem.

He said the city council needs

to bring in diggers and clear

away sand from the outlet prior

to storm events, as it does for

the main Sumner drains near

Cave Rock.

A city council spokeswoman

told Bay Harbour News this

week that it had been made

aware of the issues resulting

from recent weather events.

“The area will be checked

prior to an expected weather

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ONGOING: Flooding on Marriner St last month blocked

the footpaths for almost two days. (Right) – The cause is a

blocked stormwater outlet by Scarborough Beach.

event in the future to ensure

the pipes and sumps grates

are clear and are functioning

as they should. This approach

will be reviewed over the next

few events to determine if

such monitoring is effective

and necessary,” said the

spokeswoman.

Mr O’Neill said it was positive

news, although he hoped it

would become a permanent

solution.

“That’s a promise that’s

been made before and it has

happened and then it doesn’t

happen after a while. We’ve

pointed out that it’s flooding

but (so far) they just haven’t

done enough to stop it from

happening.”

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A record 45 community groups

will take part in the Mother

of All Clean-ups on Saturday

morning. Last year almost 10

tonnes of rubbish was removed

from the city’s rivers by volunteers.

Residents’ associations, sports

teams, churches and other groups

will be working at different sites

around the city.

CHIMNEY FIRE

Occupants of a house in Western

Valley Rd, Little River, were woken

by smoke alarms shortly after

midnight last Thursday after a

chimney fire spread several metres

into the roof space. Little River

Fire Brigade chief fire officer David

Irving said they were able to get

inside the ceiling and extinguish

the blaze before it spread. It was

unclear how the fire had started,

he said. All four occupants escaped

safely.

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To increase the amount of open

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month between Norman Kirk

Memorial Pool and the adjacent

lawn to give access to the lawn

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POOR: Pigeon Bay Rd (left) was damaged nine months ago, and is still

reduced to one-lane, while the condition of Little Akaloa Rd has deteriorated

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“They are pretty good at going and

patching things up when there’s a complaint,

but if there was the ability to do

more planned, preventative maintenance

that actually means the roads don’t deteriorate

as badly in the first place there’d

be less need for the patch-up jobs in the

first place.”

Mr Clark spoke at the city council’s

LTP hearings last week with Little Akaloa

farmer Hamish Craw and Edward Aitken

from Pigeon Bay.

The lack of any increase in budget for

road maintenance was concerning, he

said in the submission.

“Farmers on Banks Peninsula would

argue that the level of service has deteriorated

over time even if the spending has

not changed in aggregate terms. (North

Canterbury Federated Farmers) has heard

a number of anecdotes of roads that have

THE OBORNES are one of many

farming families who would like to see

increased funding for maintenance on

Banks Peninsula’s rural roads.

Living on the family farm, 15min from

Akaroa, the Obornes – Bill, Charlotte

and their daughters Jodie, Penny and

Molly – reckon they have the best of both

worlds. They are surrounded by stunning

Banks Peninsula scenery on their sheep

and cattle farm, but Akaroa is just down

the road.

With all three children at Akaroa Area

School, they’re strongly connected with

what’s going on in the area.

“We’ve got a great farming community

out here,” Mrs Oborne said. “But we’ve

also got the town, the school and connections

through the girls’ sports teams. It’s

a great mix.”

With school drop-offs and pick-ups,

and the day-to-day business of running a

farm, the Obornes are up and down the

road multiple times a day.

gradually fallen into disrepair and that

have been unsafe and even unusable for

all but four-wheel-drive vehicles.”

The submission asked that funding for

shingle and drainage on rural roads be

significantly increased.

Mr Clark said the state of the roads was

“a real worry for many of our members

because they are such a crucial lifeline for

rural people.”

Photographs shown by Mr Craw at the

hearing highlighted “some of the roading

issues we’re seeing on the peninsula.”

Mr Aitken spoke and said the current

reactive approach to maintenance wasn’t

working.

“I really do ask the council to review

their programme with the contractors

because there seems to be no standard

programme.”

A decision on the draft LTP is expected

next month.

Roads frustrate rural family

BUSY: The Oborne family have

noticed increasing volumes of traffic

on their rural Banks Peninsula road.

They’re also noticing an increasing

number of tourists coming to see the

lighthouse at the end of their road.

“Roading is a big issue for us,” said

Mr Oborne. “I certainly feel the quality

of the roading has deteriorated over the

years I’ve lived here. And there’s not

enough preventative maintenance done,

so when we get some bad weather, the

road gets badly damaged.”

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Wednesday May 9 2018

News

Laneways link central city and

Christchurch is

becoming a city

of laneways and

courtyards, with

many developments

taking inspiration from

Melbourne. Bridget

Rutherford reports

PEOPLE SIT in the sun on the

benches eating their lunches and

chatting in the newly-finished

Evolution Square.

In the heart of the Innovation

Precinct, the new public space is

buzzing. Next door, Little High

Eatery is a hive of activity.

Nearby, the site where Poplar

Lane once stood is now home to

eateries, and Vanguard Square,

another courtyard for people to

relax in.

Over in Cashel Lobby in the

BNZ Centre, people wander in

through the different laneways to

buy their lunches and sit on seats

and beanbags – the courtyard

sheltered from the wind.

The Terrace development is

nearby. Oxford Lane, which runs

between two of the buildings,

provides a place for revellers to

enjoy a drink at the tables under

the glow of hanging lights.

This was the city council and

ACCESS: The architects behind The Crossing visited

Melbourne to take inspiration for the laneways through

the development. Right: Oxford Lane in The Terrace

will provide a place for people to sit and socialise in

between two buildings. PHOTOS: MARTIN HUNTER

Government’s vision for the central

city – activating the spaces

in between the buildings, much

like Melbourne.

And now, it’s becoming reality.

Both Evolution and Vanguard

Squares are part of Government

anchor project the South Frame.

It will eventually join the Innovation

and Health Precincts.

It is made up of five pedestrian

lanes and eight vehicular access

lanes, which run from north to

south. It also has four gathering

spaces, while a spine known as

the Greenway would run right

through the middle from east to

west.

Otakaro South Frame project

manager Cameron Mclean said

Evolution Square was an example

of how well it had worked.

He said the project’s laneways

and gathering spaces were a

catalyst for further private development

in those blocks.

“Having these public spaces

on their doorstep encourages

developers to deliver the likes of

hospitality and retail ventures

that spill out onto the laneways

and make this an appealing part

of the city for people.”

Melbourne’s laneways were

inspiration for the South Frame’s

potential, but they tried to add

a unique layer to the design

through collaboration with

Matapopore, Mr Mclean said.

For example, the garden beds

were filled with plants traditionally

used by Ngai Tahu and

stones used for tools or trading

had been placed throughout the

frame, he said.

Otakaro would continue to divest

land adjoining the laneways

to parties to develop them to

attract people to the central city,

he said.

The concept of laneways

and courtyards was part of the

central city blueprint, developed

after the quakes in 2012.

But the idea of enhancing

these spaces was around before

then.

The city council was in the

process of upgrading its existing

laneways before the February 22,

2011, earthquake.

The Central City Lanes Plan

identified lanes that had the

potential to be successful like the

popular Sol Square and Poplar

Lane. But when the February 22,

2011, earthquake hit, that plan

was paused, and both Poplar

Lane and Sol Square were severely

damaged.

While new buildings have

popped up in Poplar Lane’s

place, Sol Square is a shadow

of its former self. The red Mini

Cooper teeters above the square

where weeds grow up through

the cracks in the pavement, and

graffiti covers the buildings and

windows.

Men

“The question of the power of men has been very topical

in the past year with changes in political leadership,

#MeToo and other associated movements. In images

used in the media of significant male politicians or male

professional leaders these men more often than not

wear a suit albeit maybe without a tie these days. The

suits these men wear convey power. Do these men wear

suits because they are a symbol of power? Do corporate

woman feel they have to emulate men in the way they

dress to achieve power? Why in fact is there such a

historical difference in the clothes of men and woman?

Do men have an advantage in society because there

exists this type of uniform that gives them an unspoken

air of authority that there is not something equivalent of

for woman?

The history of menswear suits, over-coats, trousers,

shirts and ties can be traced back several centuries

and remain very traditional and recognisable in the 21st

century. The shape of the lapel, the size of the tie, the

quality of the material and the way they are produced

may have changed but the form and its associations are

immediately identifiable. Sombre colours of greys and

black suits still dominate. These suits are trans-seasonal.

It is a code of dress that is universally recognisable. By its

continued widespread use it isn’t likely to change. These

suits are not necessarily worn for comfort so are they

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provide spaces for the public

FAST FACTS

The South Frame will

consist of:

Pedestrian lanes:

Hauora Lane

Swamp Hen Lane

Cotters Lane

Little High Lane

Butchers Lane

Vehicular access lanes:

Waiora Lane

Mauri Ora Lane

Lava Lane

Te Pohue Lane

Sugarloaf Lane

Mata Lane

Memory Lane

Nurseryman Lane

Gathering spaces:

Kahikatea Common

Matai Common

Vanguard Square

Evolution Square

The Greenway will run

through the middle of the

South Frame

Some evidence of its past

remains – the faded signs for

once popular The Fish and Chip

Shop and Toast and the large

musical notes on the side of one

of the buildings.

Sol Square is, however, rising

from the ashes, with developer

Dave Henderson’s plans to restore

the complex to its former

glory.

Since the quakes, other private

developments were also including

laneways and courtyards in

their designs.

Strange’s Lane was the first.

The lane which runs between

Lichfield and High Sts has a

similar feel to the old Sol Square

and Poplar Lane with brick

buildings, hanging lighting, bars

and eateries.

It was the brainchild of developer

Shaun Stockman.

He said Strange’s Lane took

inspiration from Melbourne

laneways – not too wide and

intimate.

“I had a break there just after

the quakes and it gave me the

idea.” Mr Stockman said there

was an arcade on the site in the

1960s. He said the work happening

now with laneways was

a follow on from the work the

city council had done before the

quakes.

The Crossing opened last year.

It is made up of several buildings

which are all interconnected.

The man behind the development,

Philip Carter said while

there was a planning requirement

to incorporate laneways

within The Crossing, they were

happy to do it.

“The laneways create interest

and encourage discovery. We invested

in the architecture of the

development, and the laneways

gave us an opportunity to showcase

the architecture and make

the spaces interesting.”

Mr Carter said the architects

visited Melbourne early in the

design process and they used its

laneways as inspiration.

He said they created an “interesting

CBD” and spaces where

people would want to spend

time. Richard Peebles has included

laneways in his McKenzie

and Willis complex which will

eventually link to the Duncan’s

Buildings he’s restoring.

He plans to connect his Riverside

development, due to open at

the end of the year, with a new

building to be constructed on the

former Guthrey Centre site, to

link it with Ballantynes. Much of

the South Frame is expected to

be finished by the end of the year.

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is working to acquire the

CONTRAST:

The once

popular Sol

Square is a

shadow of its

former self.

remaining land needed. Three

are still to be finalised.

The laneways are opening

progressively. But while some of

the city’s old laneways are gone,

some of the new ones reflect on

their history.

One of the lanes leading into

the BNZ Centre’s Cashel Lobby is

called Shades Lane, a reference to

the former Shades Arcade which

once stood there. People moving

through Evolution Square have

a chance to literally walk down

Memory Lane, a tribute to the

labyrinth of past lanes in the

area.

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Roar with the Lions

• By Sarla Donovan

EVER THOUGHT of joining

a Lions Club? You won’t have

many arguments as discussing

politics and religion is forbidden.

The Lions are secular and nonpolitical

and, like Rotary, it is

dedicated to the improvement of

people’s lives.

The movement started in the

United States a century ago and

is now the largest voluntary

organisation in the world, with

1.4 million members in 200

countries.

Ferrymead Lions Club celebrated

its 40th anniversary last

year and current president Bill

Newsome has been a member for

20 of those.

“The Lions exist to serve,” he

said. That’s its motto in fact: ‘We

serve.’

People from all walks of life

join the Ferrymead club, Mr

Newsome said. “We’ve got a

builder, a dentist, a livestock officer.

You name it.”

One of the things the club

is known for are its pea straw

fundraisers where they sell

hundreds of bales to grateful

gardeners.

The straw bales come from a

Sheffield farmer who’s been supplying

them for 12 years.

“The money we raise mostly

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For instance, this year we

gave $2000 to Camp Quality

at Living Springs, for children

battling cancer. We also support

diabetes research and have been

asked to support Plunket this

year.”

Its other long-standing initiative

is collecting, grading and

HELPING OUT: Ferrymead

Rotary member Neil Pugh

sorting glasses before they

are sent to Fiji.

sorting second hand pairs of

glasses which volunteer optometrists

take to the Pacific Islands

for distribution.

“We collect them from optometrists

not just across the city but

the whole of the South island.

Then we measure them using

a special machine and they get

sent out to the islands.”

They’re the only club in the

South Island that does this.

The club meets twice a month

at Ferrymead Park and has a

speaker and a meal. There are

barbecues and members support

other club’s events such as quiz

evenings.

And, if you’re wondering what

Lions stands for, it’s Liberty, Intelligence,

Our Nations’ Safety.

•To find out more about

Lions Ferrymead contact

Bill or Ann Newsome ph 384

9130.

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Moncks Bay slipway set

to be finished in June

• By Sarla Donovan

A REPLACEMENT for the city

council’s failed Moncks Bay

slipway should be in place by

June.

The experimental new fibreglass

design installed in December

was intended to save money,

but it was too short and the drop

off too steep for ease of use.

In April, the city council

agreed to remove and replace

it with a traditional concrete

slipway. Installation was to have

started late last month, but city

council capital delivery community

manager Darren Moses

last week confirmed a delay of

six to eight weeks in getting the

replacement pre-cast concrete

panels made.

When they are ready, it would

take about a week to put them

in, subject to tides and weather

conditions, said Mr Moses.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham has been helping

the Christchurch Yacht Club to

resolve the issue with the city

council.

Dr Latham said city council

staff had told him there was no

option but to wait, as directly

pouring concrete on site would

require two 2m high damns to

FAULTY: Christchurch Yacht

Club president Lindsey Ebert

(left) inspects the current

slipway with Darrell Latham. ​

stop the risk of concrete spilling

into estuary waters.

The city council wasn’t keen

on using the same rapid hardening

concrete employed at the

South Brighton Domain slipway

because it can’t have micro-silica

added in, Dr Latham was told.

The Moncks Bay slipway is

regularly inundated with strong

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News

THE STONE Cottage at Orton

Bradley Park will be re-opened

this weekend following seven

years of restoration work.

Built in 1848, the cottage is

one of the oldest buildings in

Canterbury and suffered serious

damage in the earthquakes.

It is one of a collection of

colonial farm buildings that

were once the centre of farming

operations on the Bradley Estate,

before the property was gifted to

• By Julia Evans

DIGGING INTO the city’s

colonial past has been made

easier with the release of a new

heritage app.

Heritage New Zealand

outreach adviser

Rosemary Baird was

part of a team that

developed the Heritage

Trail – Public Houses,

Private Lives: Excavating

Christchurch’s Colonial

Hotels app, which gives

users a guided walking

tour of sites of the city’s

Victorian hotels.

“We’ve been playing

with the idea of doing an app for

a while. For years I first wanted

to do one on the history of the

Avon River but this was the one

that got off the ground,” she said.

The heritage trail is a 3.5km

loop of seven hotel sites ranging

from the 1860s to 1900s, Dr

Baird said.

The app starts at

the site of the former

Oxford on Avon

on Colombo St and

loops around locations

including the

Occidental Hotel

on Hereford St, the

Caversham Hotel on

Madras and St Asaph

Sts and finishes in

Cathedral Square at

the Old Government Building.

It uses old photographs and

videos to showcase excavations

Rosemary Baird

the trust that now manages it.

During its 170-year lifetime

and artefacts from the sites, a

lot of which were uncovered

following the February 22, 2011,

earthquake. “If you talk to any

Christchurch archaeologist,

it has been used as a musterers’

hut, the farm dairy, a golf clubhouse,

farm accommodation, a

workshop and museum.

This latest reincarnation will

see it open as an information

centre and a museum focusing

on local history.

“The reopening is a testament

to the dedication of the group

of volunteers that come in every

week bringing with them the

skills, knowledge and passion

to make this historic building

come alive again,” said assistant

they’ll tell you this city has a

unique collection of archaeology,”

she said. Archaeologists

are called to work on sites of pre-

1900s buildings that are being

Local

News

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Orton Bradley Park’s stone cottage opening

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Fire rages, homes at risk

manager Dale Wear.

The $250,000 restoration was

helped by donations from BECA,

the Parkinson Trust, the Canterbury

Heritage Building Fund

and public donations.

Park manager Ian Luxford said

the quality of the restoration was

a testament to the local contractors

and volunteers.

•The opening on Sunday

will be officiated by the

mayor and starts at 3pm.

TOUR: The site of the former

Oxford on Avon on Colombo

St is the first stop in the

Heritage Trail app. PHOTO:

CHRISTCHURCH CITY

LIBRARIES

demolished – a common occurrence

after the earthquakes, Dr

Baird said.

“The best illustration I can give

you is that the archaeology company,

Underground Overground,

had one or two staff members

before the quakes, now they have

20 or 30,” Dr Baird said.

•To download the app,

search for Heritage Trails

in the Apple App Store or

Google Play Store.

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And so the very first Columbus Coffee café opened

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drinkers. However with this new type of café, Columbus

Coffee set new standards and started the conversation

about premium coffee and true café experiences.

A conversation that has continued on with great

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General Manager Peter Webster says “With our

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the Columbus Coffee at Mitre 10 MEGA Dunedin Leo

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News

Lyttelton Museum’s No 1 fan

takes his art to the streets

MAN OF THE SEA: Sumner’s John Fenton was spotted on London St fundraising for the

Lyttelton Museum on Saturday morning. The 87-year-old set up an exhibition of framed

photographs in front of the site where the new museum is to be built. The photos of

Union Steamship Company vessels featured hand-knotted macrame frames made by Mr

Fenton, who is a life member of the museum. He sailed on many of the ships and plans to

eventually donate the framed images to the museum. Mr Fenton featured in the March 28

edition of Bay Harbour News. ​

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

New classrooms

opened at Our Lady

Star of the Sea School

SUMNER’S OUR Lady Star

of the Sea School opened two

new classrooms on Sunday

morning.

The entire school community

was there as new Bishop

of Christchurch Paul Martin

cut the ribbon and blessed the

buildings.

Classes of new entrants and

years 2 and 3 will be based in

the rooms, which also contain

a ‘break-out’ space for small

group learning.

Parishioners and parents

provided baking and decorations

for the occasion, which

began with an 8.30am mass

followed by refreshments and

the ribbon-cutting.

Also attending were Dan

Doyle, Cushla O’Connor of

the Catholic Education Office,

board of trustees chairman

Ricky Hembry, Port Hills

Labour MP Ruth Dyson, and

Clare Murphy representing the

Mission Sisters – founders of

Star of the Sea School.

The community came together

to beautify the

school with gardening, painting

and moving classrooms,

acting principal Tim Kearns

said.

“We are all super-excited

to have these new learning

spaces and our roll continues

to thrive in this wonderful

environment.”

TOGETHER: The whole school was present for the opening

of the two new classroom blocks. ​

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Your Local Views

Support your fire brigade

National

List MP Nuk

Korako writes

about how our

volunteer fire

brigades have a

lot going on

LAST FRIDAY was

International Firefighters Day,

and in recognition of both past

and present local fire fighters, I

visited both the Lyttelton and

Sumner volunteer fire brigades

on that day.

Our local firefighters, both

men and women, do everything

they can to protect life in our

communities. All fire and emergency

service workers sacrifice

a lot to keep our communities

safe. Last year the Fire and

Emergency New Zealand teams

attended 77,465 incidents across

New Zealand.

A Colmar Brunton ranking

shows firefighters are the most

trusted public sector organisation.

The Lyttelton, Sumner, Governors

Bay and Woolston brigades

are key focal points of our

communities and have histories

dating back to 1870.

Many families can attest to

being part of the brigades, or

have a connection to someone

who has been in “the brigade” at

some stage.

The sirens go off at all hours of

the day and night, and the rapid

response is a testament to the

dedication of the volunteers who

come out to help and assist us all.

Dedication does not finish at

the station either. This year, 950

firefighters, including again our

great team from Lyttelton, will

take part in the Firefighter Sky

Tower Stair Challenge in Auckland

on May 19, raising funds for

Leukaemia and Blood Cancer

New Zealand.

Good luck team Lyttelton,

which will climb 51 flights of

stairs – 1103 individual steps –

wearing up to 25kg of kit.

It was my pleasure to recently

attend the award ceremony for

Daryl Sayer, chief fire officer in

ON BOARD:

The Lyttelton

Fire Brigade

were

fundraising

for the Sky

Tower stair

challenge at

Countdown

Ferrymead

last month

when a little

dog turned

up to show

support.

Sumner, where he received a

Gold Star award honouring his

25-year service to the brigade.

He joins Mark Buckley, chief

fire officer in Lyttelton, who has

also received this award. It’s a

great achievement for both Daryl

and Mark.

Lyttelton is very proud of its

new station facility which is part

of Christchurch’s new stations

project.

I look forward to the opening

of the new Woolston Station in

late June or July.

If you are considering joining

FENZ as a volunteer or working

as a paid firefighter, it is a

great contribution to your community.

Contact the chief fire

officer at your local volunteer fire

brigade.

Redcliffs resident Chris

Doudney responds to an

opinion piece by Redcliffs

School board of trustees

chairman Darren Fidler

I fully endorse the comments

made by Roger

Ellery. The whole

community knows

that the existing

school site is by far

the best site for a

school, and there

is no reason why

the Ministry of

Education cannot

change its position

and brief its consultant architect

accordingly.

Returning to the existing

school (which survived all the

earthquakes astonishingly well)

will not only be much cheaper

than a new build on an unsatisfactory

site, it will also be much

quicker. The board of trustees in

its response to the MoE decision

in 2016 indicated that the school

could be up and running within

seven months – that’s back on

site for the beginning of next

year.

BEST SITE: Chris

Doudney says

the Ministry

of Education

should change its

position and return

Redcliffs School to

its existing site.

Perhaps too little account has

been taken in all the discussion

of just how good the existing

school is – the sheltered

courtyard, the mature trees

with surrounding seating, the

well laid out playgrounds – this

ambience could not be achieved

on the Redcliffs Park

site within the next 30

years, if ever.

The other plus

for the existing site

is that the school,

while adequate for

the current roll, will

need expansion for

future increases in

student numbers, and this can

be achieved organically with

clusters of attached spaces as

and when required.

Finally, although the MoE

took no account of it at all,

Redcliffs Park is a much used

and appreciated public park,

receiving greater and greater use

in connection with the adjacent

coastal walkway. It is absolutely

astonishing that the city council

has been prepared to give it

away without meaningful consultation

with the community.

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McWhirter wins NZ marathon title

A MID-RACE surge in pace has

seen Sumner Running Club’s

Blair McWhirter win his first

New Zealand championship

title in Rotorua on Saturday.

McWhirter, 35, won the Rotorua

Marathon in a time of 2hrs

28min 59sec, which doubled as

the New Zealand championship.

The Sumner runner went to

the front of the race from the

outset with Rotorua’s Michael

Voss.

The leaders ran together

through the hills and past the

halfway mark, sharing turns at

the front for another 17km in

perfect conditions.

At 27km, McWhirter, a

teacher at Kirkwood Intermediate,

applied the pressure coming

off the last of the hills and the

lead group split up.

McWhirter, who has a personal

best of 2hr 22min 38sec

set 12 months earlier at the

London Marathon, continued

to stretch his lead over the final

10km and came home almost

6min clear of second-placed

Sjors Corporaal of Rotorua.

McWhirter said he wanted

to settle into a good rhythm

and see what he had left for the

second half of the race.

“I got to the 27km mark and

felt that was my time to give it a

nudge,” he said in an interview

post-race. “I got there feeling

pretty good and I thought I’d

have a good crack for 3km and

I managed to open up a bit of a

lead.”

Elsewhere, Sumner’s Lisa

SPORTS

VICTORIOUS: Sumner’s Blair McWhirter (centre) proved too strong for a good field winning the

Rotorua Marathon on Saturday.

Brignull was the second

women home at the Hanmer

half marathon in a time of 1hr

35min 4sec. Sumner also had a

good turnout of junior

runners at the Children’s

Forest Relays at Bottle Lake on

Saturday.

Bays turn

attention to

Chatham Cup

FERRYMEAD BAYS will turn

their attention to the Chatham

Cup after a 1-5 loss to rivals

Cashmere Technical all but

ended their hopes of retaining the

Mainland Premier League at the

weekend.

Bays watched their title hopes

diminish at Garrick Park as

Cashmere scored five unanswered

goals in a 40min spell. The first

goal came after 25min, as defender

Jordan Spain broke down

the right flank creating interplay

with Andy Tuckey, before Spain

crossed to Lyle Matthysen who

found the back of the net.

Tuckey then doubled the lead

minutes later with Sam Field

adding a third before the break.

Max Chretien showed his pace

and skill by starting and finishing

a move for the fourth goal, before

Gary Ogilvie made it five.

Bays’ midfielder Mark Peers

pulled a goal back for the defending

champions late in the game

to deny Tech gloveman, Danny

Knight, a clean sheet.

On Saturday Bays will change

their focus when they host Universities

in the first round of the

Chatham Cup. Bays will go in to

the clash with confidence. They

won their previous match against

Universities 7-0 in the MPL in

early April.

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CONFIDENCE BOOST: Sumner halfback Keita Fujiwara prepares to put a kick in behind the University defence. Prop Ben Pulman shows a turn of pace to score

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SUMNER WILL head into

Saturday’s highly-anticipated

‘battle of the beaches’ with plenty

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demolition of the University

Vipers at the weekend.

The wave swept aside last year’s

defeated Hawkins Cup finalists

51-26 at Ilam Fields on Saturday

to move to fourth spot in the

Hawkins Metro Premier Cup.

The emphatic victory came on

the back of two narrow defeats to

Burnside and Lincoln University,

and has moved them up to

fourth in the competition.

“We took plenty of learnings

out of those two games . . .

sometimes everything that

you’ve worked on comes together

in a game and it’s getting there.

It’s certainly not perfect but we’re

getting there,” said attacking

coach Gareth D’Almeida.

It wasn’t all plain sailing for

Sumner. The defining moment of

the game came midway through

the second half with Sumner

leading 35-24, courtesy of tries

from Tom Crozier, Tom Ziolo,

Ollie Niessen and Dylan Nel.

Fresh off a try, University spent

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in Sumner’s half and earned a

scrum in a dangerous position

following a Sumner knock on.

However, recognising the

significance of the threat at

hand, Sumner’s pack rose to

the occasion to earn a penalty

at the scrum. The momentum

swing led to two tries in quick

succession from winger and

player of the day, Filimoni

Waqainabete, which put the

result to bed.

The icing was put on the cake

in the final minute of the game

when prop Ben Pulman showed

a turn of pace to score in the

corner.

The wave now turn their

attention to second place New

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confidence. On Saturday they

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winning 54-24. “We know a lot

of the New Brighton boys well . .

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field. Where definitely not mates

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said D’Almeida.

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Metro premier standings:

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Go along to this friendly craft

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A justice of the peace is

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stated. Colours in store may vary to those pictured. Stock may vary from

store to store. Target apologises in advance if any item is sold out during the

promotion. All Prices include GST. Target reserves the right to amend any

misprints or errors within this advertisement. Mailer offers expire Monday 28th

May 2018. Sale excludes Manchester and accessories.

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