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• By Sarla Donovan

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from the reporter’s desk

It’s about time big retailers did their bit to tackle the global issue

of plastic waste.

Countdown Ferrymead will go plastic bag-free on Monday

(see page 3).

It is one of 10 Countdown stores making the move throughout

New Zealand.

The stores will be used to test the change and gather customer

feedback before further changes are made to all 182 stores.

Customers will have to take their own bags, buckets or boxes

to carry their shopping.

It may take a while to get used to, but habits can be changed

and soon enough we will learn to take our own bags.

It’s a great step in the right direction and I hope more businesses

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Supermarket goes plastic bag-free

• By Sarla Donovan

Kiri Hannifin

COUNTDOWN Ferrymead

will go plastic-bag free on

Monday.

It’s one of 10 supermarkets

nationwide the company has

chosen would be single-use plastic

bag-free by the start of June.

Customers at the Ferrymead

store will need to bring their

own “bags, or bucket or box

. . . whatever they want,” said

Countdown

general manager

corporate

affairs, Kiri

Hannifin.

Since it announced

its decision

to phase

out single-use

plastic carrier

bags last year, Countdown

customers had already reduced

their use of plastic bags by just

over 16 per cent, she said.

“We’re really heartened so

many of our customers are

already really committed to using

less plastic when they shop

with us. However, we know the

biggest barrier to change is to

get into a new habit of bringing

your own bags. We’re starting

to talk with customers in these

first 10 stores now and are really

looking forward to helping them

make the switch as easily as

possible.”

Countdown is moving to get

rid of the environmentallydamaging

bags in the 10 supermarkets

across the country by

Christmas.

The others are in Blenheim,

Auckland, Wellington, Gisborne,

Dargaville and Whanganui.

Selected stores represent a

range of sizes, checkout and

bag carousel layouts, cities and

smaller towns, said Ms Hannifin.

They would be used to test

CARING FOR THE

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Checkout

operator Saskia

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groceries into

some of the last

plastic bags

to be used at

Countdown

Ferrymead.

Customer Sally

Burnard of

Redcliffs said: ”It

is good to reduce

plastic and is

a re-think of

what we always

used to not

that long ago.”

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the change and gather customer

feedback before rolling it out

to all 182 stores around New

Zealand.

“If (customers) get caught

short, our popular black reusable

bags are just $1. We’ll also

have other alternatives available

which you’ll see after May 21.”

What shoppers

are saying

Lisa Brignull,

of Mt

Pleasant:

“It is a great

idea that we

shall use

fewer plastic

bags with

less waste,

especially on the hills where I

run. It can only be a good thing

and yes, I shall use my own

bags.”

Jeremy

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Ferrymead:

“I guess that it

is a good idea

as something

has to be

done to get

rid of the

plastic in the oceans. I usually

forget to bring my bags as I

usually don’t buy a lot, and

I am able to carry most of it.

Boxes of beer have handles

anyway.”

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School decision fuels debate

• By Sarla Donovan

THE ARM-WRESTLE over a

new site for Redcliffs School has

heated up again.

Last Wednesday Greater

Christchurch Regeneration

Minister Megan Woods has

given approval for changes to

the District Plan, allowing the

school to be built on Redcliffs

Park.

Friends of

Redcliffs Park

spokesman

Chris Doudney

said the minister

had got it

wrong.

Kate

McClelland

Darren

Fidler

“I suspect the

information she

was given was

limited and

she would have

been limited

as to what she

could base her

decision on.

Very much

the same as

the community

board hearing

last August where our own

submission couldn’t be received

or discussed because the scope

of the argument was limited to

considering the school on the

park.”

He said they wanted to get

more information about the

basis for the minister’s decision.

For seven years the school has

been operating from the Van

Asch campus in Sumner, after

earthquake-generated rockfall

at its former site.

In March 2015 the Government

proposed the school’s closure

but following community

outcry, it agreed in June 2016 to

return the school to Redcliffs –

provided it be established on a

different site.

Deputy principal Kate McClelland

was “thrilled” the school

will be rebuilt at Redcliffs Park.

Said Ms McClelland: “After

seven years we’re very excited to

be finally able to return to our

home in Redcliffs. After all the

work that’s been done working

towards this day, we’re thrilled.”

Families and pupils were

notified yesterday morning,

shortly after the decision was

announced.

Board of trustees chairman

Darren Fidler was “happy and

CHANGE:

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Regeneration

Minister Megan

Woods has

approved the

rezoning of

Redcliffs Park

as a school.

relieved” at the news.

“We can finally get back. It’s

been a long seven years.”

He said it had been an open

and transparent process.

“The minister put out all the

information that she used to

inform her decision so the due

process has been followed . . .

we’re looking forward to getting

back to the core business of

educating kids. That’s all we’ve

ever wanted to do and this has

been a massive distraction from

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Deep-bore drilling to dispose

of wastewater under test

A NEW method for

disposing of Akaroa’s

treated wastewater is being

tested.

Deep bore injection has

been used to dispose of

treated wastewater and

stormwater in other parts

of New Zealand, but has

not been

used on

Banks Peninsula.

The city

council’s acting

head of

three waters

Helen

Beaumont

and waste

Helen Beaumont

said it

is important

to test the method.

“It’s not a new method

– it’s been used in other

places – but we need to

know how it will work in

the rocks specific to Banks

Peninsula, and whether it’s

effective, or even possible,”

Ms Beaumont said.

At present, treated wastewater

is discharged into the

harbour via an outfall pipe

out from Green Point.

The city council’s consent

application for a new

outfall to the harbour was

declined in 2015. It has

been exploring alternatives

since then.

“The topography and

erodible soils around

Akaroa, combined with the

volume of wastewater that

needs to be discharged,

means that irrigating all

wastewater to land is challenging.

This is why we’re

exploring this new option

THE ANNUAL tree

planting at Ferrymead’s

Charlesworth Reserve is set

to take place on Sunday.

The event is part of the

programme to restore

Charlesworth Reserve’s

wetland area to native

bush.

Trees for Canterbury,

who would supply the

trees for event, said the

restoration programme had

already improved wildlife

in the area.

Since the reserve opened

in 2005, more 100,000

plants have been planted at

the site.

“We have birdlife and

insect life returning, flaura

and fauna has changed

drastically for the better,”

Trees for Canterbury manager

Steve Bush said.

People wanting to take

part in the planting event

only needed to take themselves

and a spade, he said.

“All plants are native, all

are original plants of the

WASTE: Consent to discharge wastewater into

Akaroa harbour expires in 2020.

of deep bore injection,” Ms

Beaumont said.

Deep bore injection involves

drilling several holes

into suitable layers of rock.

The treated wastewater

then flows through naturally

occurring fractures in

the rock, and over a long

period reaches the sea or

harbour.

The treated wastewater is

contained within the steel

lining of the bore until it

reaches the desired dispersal

depth, when the lining

changes to a mesh.

“During the tests,

we will investigate the

possibility of releasing

treated wastewater into

the ground below sea level,

to prevent it entering any

local springs – which is

very unlikely because the

treated wastewater would

have to travel uphill,” said

Ms Beaumont.

It is estimated that

about four bores would be

needed. These would be

spaced 50 to 100m apart,

Christchurch area,” Mr

Bush said.

Support for the project

came from the city council

and the Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust.

But the community

support was what made

continued restoration work

successful.

“All of these projects rely

on community ownership,

the community has to get

behind these things,” Mr

Bush said.

PHOTO: STEVE WILLIAMS ​

with a flow rate of up to five

litres a second down each

bore.

“Treated wastewater

would enter the bores either

by gravity or with the

assistance of a low-pressure

pump,” Ms Beaumont said.

Before being able to

consult the community on

deep bore injection as one

of the options for dealing

with Akaroa’s treated

wastewater, the city council

needs to collect data to

determine whether this

method is suitable.

The proposed test drilling

site is where the new

wastewater treatment plant

will be built, at the top of

Old Coach Rd, with a second

test drilling site across

the road, alongside Old

French Rd.

The drill will operate

between 7.30am and 6pm,

six days a week, and the

work is subject to the noise

limits of the area and has to

comply with the conditions

of the regional plan.

More natives for reserve

DIG IN:

Trees for

Canterbury

manager

Steve Bush

plants a

young native

tree at

Charlesworth

Reserve.

PHOTO:

MARTIN

HUNTER

Mid-May was the best

time of year to plant the

trees, he said.

“The plant can get settled

and the roots can get good

moisture. By summer,

when the ground dries, the

plants will have got a good

hold on the ground,” Mr

Bush said.

The planting is scheduled

between 10am and noon

and people are encouraged

to take along family and

friends.

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FOR MOST 84-year-olds,

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on a bike would be a tough

ask, especially after two knee

replacements and a hip pin.

Not so for Sandy Bay’s Eric

Hunter.

Age is no barrier for this

former Liverpudlian, and he’s

delighted to be amongst a group

of 17 mostly-kiwis taking a 13-

day bike tour of Budapest in July.

“You have to bear in mind it’s

not a race,” he says. “You’ve got

all day to do 100km so you can

stop for coffee and lunch and

afternoon tea and then arrive

at the day’s destination by 4pm

usually.”

He’s already pretty fit, clocking

up around 250km a week on his

trusty yellow Carrerra road bike.

These days the steep uphill

climb from Governors Bay to

Summit Rd gets a pass.

Instead, he prefers to drive

over to Princess Margaret Hospital

and ride out from there with a

couple of pals.

“My racing days are over so I

don’t have to do those steep rides

anymore.”

Eric Hunter was born in Liverpool

and rode for England in the

early 1950s, including the multistage

Tour of Ireland and the Isle

of Man International Road Race.

He was also a non-travelling

reserve for the 1956 Melbourne

Olympics.

Though he started riding for

England at around age 19, it

turned out to be only a threeyear

stint when his work as an

ON YA BIKE:

86-year-old

Eric Hunter is

heading off to

a two-week

cycling tour of

Budapest.

apprentice chef demanded he

make a choice.

“I was told I needed to make

my mind up whether I wanted to

be a chef or a cyclist.”

Knowing cycling wouldn’t

last forever, he eased back and

concentrated on a career in the

kitchen.

Back in those days, you had to

do an apprenticeship before going

into hotel management.

In 1962 he married cycling

enthusiast Maureen, a loyal supporter

of the Merseyside Wheelers

Cycling Club.

Eric himself rode for the Melling

Wheelers, which later became the

Kirkby Rd Cycling Club.

The pair came to New Zealand

in 1964 to manage hotels.

But it was a culture shock for

Eric, who’d been used to England’s

residential hotels.

“New Zealand hotels were

more like pubs back then – and

they were drinking pubs. Remember

the days of six o’clock

closing? I’d never had anything

to do with that (sort of thing.)

And I was surprised to find the

Tourist Hotel Corporation were

the only ones allowed to build

hotels but they could only do so

in national parks.”

Eric and Maureen worked at

the Chateau Tongariro on Mt

Ruapehu and newly-opened

Avon Motor Lodge in Christchurch,

before returning to England

in 1966.

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News

Cycling challenge for 84-year-old

•From page 8

“Then I had a call from Maurice

Carter, the father of David

Carter. I’d been very close to that

family and they asked me if I’d

be interested in coming back. So

I did and I managed the Avon

and the following year (the family)

built the George Hotel, in

about 1968.”

When the Avon was sold,

he and David Carter bought

the historic Coachman Inn on

Gloucester St.

There was always the cycling

though, and running too.

He started that because it took

up less time than cycling.

In 1983, Mr Hunter won the

teams section in the first ever

Coast-to-Coast and went on to

complete the teams event a further

10 times, gaining another

first and two seconds.

“It was a lot harder in those

days,” he says. “In 1983 the run

over the Mingha-Deception (Goat

Pass) route didn’t have the boardwalks

so you had to go over the

gullies on your backside.”

The last time he raced was

about four years ago aged 79.

Race founder Robin Judkins

confirmed he was the oldest person

ever to complete the 243km

event.

He said he wasn’t at all

alarmed by Eric’s age.

“The oldest guy before him

SPEED: Eric Hunter racing in Liverpool in 1956, at 22.

was 77 and his partner was 75 so

having really old people in the

event, when they’re doing it in a

team (wasn’t a problem.) He did

the things which he’s very good

at, the mountain run and the

bike ride . . . he’ll go on doing

these things until he’s 100. He’s

extremely fit and very determined,”

said Mr Judkins.

Eric himself is more circumspect

as far as hanging up the lycra

goes: “I don’t know. I still go

canoeing because I live in Sandy

Bay and my driveway goes down

to the beach. And apart from going

on the bike five times a week

I also play golf on a Thursday. So

I don’t know – when the good

Lord decides enough’s enough.”

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News

IDEA: The

Harbour

Equine

Community

has made a

submission

on the city

council’s

Long Term

Plan in a bid

to establish

a Lyttelton

Harbour

Equine Hub. ​

• By Emily O’Connell

A SUBMISSION on the city

council’s Long Term Plan

could see the establishment of

a multipurpose riding arena at

Allandale Domain.

Harbour Equine Community

co-ordinator Laila Aldridge has

made a submission on behalf of

the group to establish a Lyttelton

Harbour Equine Hub, and will

speak to city councillors about

the proposal tomorrow.

The group said its vision was to

establish the hub by building an

all-weather, covered riding arena.

The equine community wants

the city council to

continue to fund drainage

and existing riding

facility upgrades at the

domain over the next

three years.

Its submission said

the domain and horse

paddock had “deteriorated

heavily” since the

earthquakes.

The group puts the

deterioration down to poor

drainage and weather exposure.

But it believes the proposed facility

would be beneficial.

“The hub would provide the

necessary infrastructure to grow

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Lyttelton group makes

bid to get riding arena

Wendy

Duggan

the equine recreational

activities, advance rural

life style and make it

available for public

enjoyment,” the group‘s

submission said.

Living Springs business

development manager

Wendy Duggan submitted

a letter of support with

the equine community’s

proposal.

It said “the proposed facility

will be in close proximity to the

Living Springs Farm Park and

will greatly enhance the recreation

opportunities of the visitors

to camp.”

• By Sophie Cornish

THE LYTTELTON Recreation

Ground reserve management

committee is hoping to re-turf

its rugby field and wants funding

from the city council’s Long

Term Plan.

It comes after the Lyttelton

premier reserve team gained

approval to enter division one

of the Hawkins Metro Premier

Reserve competition.

Committee chairman David

Sanders said the move is “exciting,

not just for the rugby club,

but the entire community.”

However, the Canterbury

Rugby Football Union is asking

for a high standard of support

facilities, including the grounds.

Mr Sanders spoke at a submission

hearing on Monday about

the committee’s plan to either

re-turf or re-sow the field and establish

a fertiliser and irrigation

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Funding needed to re-turf

Lyttelton rugby ground

programme.

“The original turf is some

decades old and a re-turf of the

complete ground will provide

an improved playing surface for

many years to come.”

Mr Sanders said all playing

surfaces require a re-turf at some

time.

He asked that funding be

granted for an independent

review by a turf specialist to

provide estimated costs and the

best solution for the job.

“Alternatively, at the very least,

if a re-turf is not supported then

a re-sow of the entire ground

would be a good second option,”

he said.

To maintain the new turf, a

seasonal fertiliser and irrigation

programme would be needed to

ensure it is kept to a high quality.

The ground is home to the Lyttelton

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Wednesday May 16 2018

Your Local Views

Keep Redcliffs Park and the school too

Friends of

Redcliffs Park

spokesman

Chris Doudney

writes on

behalf of the

group about

the decision to

rebuild Redcliffs School on

the park

REDCLIFFS SCHOOL proudly

thrived at the centre of our

community from 1907 until the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

With closure threatened,

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the school to Redcliffs but, in

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found itself forced into a corner.

The then Minister of Education

Hekia Parata gave it only two

choices: A school on Redcliffs

Park, or no school in Redcliffs,

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to the school because of rockfall

risk”, even though consultants

had confirmed there was no

such risk, and he expressed

doubt about risks of flooding at

Redcliffs Park (it flooded twice

in 2017) and even, bizarrely, cast

doubt on climate change as being

accepted science.

Redcliffs Park was to be

sacrificed for no good reason in

this game of political football.

It was always a wetland, which

is why it was never built on and

was set aside as a park. It is so

low-lying that it regularly

floods, is right beside the estuary

with all its dangers to small

children, and is at risk from a

Canterbury tsunami (which we

now know can come without

warning).

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ministry divided up the process

into discrete sections, each of

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public and local authorities to

properly consider the overall

proposal.

Thus the city council was

persuaded to give away its

only waterfront park with no

consultation on the alternatives

for the school. And the Minister

for Greater Christchurch

Regeneration Megan Woods

was persuaded to permit the

Ministry of Education to proceed

without full consultation

required by the RMA (which

would have required the

ministry to give proper reasons

for taking the park).

Meanwhile, the cycleway is

increasingly used by residents

and visitors alike, and the park

used more and more.

We must ensure that the

school is reinstated at its present

excellent site, happily in a

matter of months, without the

additional expense, delays and

disruption of a new school build.

Time for a rethink and a

return to sanity.


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with trees dropping their leaves

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out and about on the water.

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what maintenance your

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is shipshape.

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own maintenance over the winter,

below is a list of questions

I recommend asking yourself.

They may not all apply to your

vessel.

Are the rigging, lines and sails

in good order with no signs of

tearing, wearing or damage?

Is the exterior of the vessel in

good shape, with no dings or

Pirate’s Corner

damage? Has the inboard or

outboard motor (including any

auxiliary) been serviced? Have

you checked the propeller for

damage, made sure there are no

oil leaks from the motor when

it’s running, and put the battery

on charge over the winter?

Is all the safety equipment on

board in good order? Have you

got a bailer, flares, a torch and

two types of communication

appropriate for your vessel? Is

your first-aid kit current and in

a waterproof container? Are all

the cables and wiring in good

condition and waterproofed

where required?

Have all lifejackets been

checked for damage, especially

ones that may sit in the locker

or front of the boat and not get

used regularly? Have inflatable

lifejackets been manually

inflated and checked? Have the

cylinders been checked for corrosion?

Are your anchors and

anchor lines all in good condition?

Have you checked all the

shackles and ensured the pins

are melded or have a cable tie

locking them in place? Does the

vessel comply with the new rules

in relation to identification? It’s

easier than you think, and winter

is a good time to get it sorted

while your boat may not be used

as frequently. See ecan.govt.nz/

navsafety for information.

If the boat is towed by a trailer,

does it have a current warrant of

fitness? Are the wheel bearings

in good condition? Is the tow

connection sound, with security

chains working?

If you can say yes to all the

above, well done and safe boating.

One final reminder is to

always clean the hull and trailer

wheels when going into different

waterways, especially freshwater

ones. This stops the spread of

horrible things like lagarosiphon

and didymo.

Kairuri Lane is the new

name for a private right of

way in Heathcote, instead of

the developer’s first choice

of Reynard

Kit Chambers – I totally

agree with the sentiments of (developer

David Fox) being outfoxed

by city councillor Sara Templeton

and the community board. It is

my understanding the wording

‘kai’ is Maori for food, food gathering,

or food

source and

has little if

any reference

to ‘surveying’

in the area.

‘Kairuri’ is a

boys school

in Kenya or

village. It is interesting to note

in Paul Corliss’s book In the

Shadow of the Rock, the property

mentioned was purchased by the

Myers family in 1937 from Edwin

Mouldey and was established

and managed by the Chambers

family from 1948 as initially a

vineyard and then a stone fruit

orchard, and the official name for

that property was known as Villa

Nova.

Perhaps a more appropriate

name in keeping with tradition of

the valley such as Flinders, Rollin,

Martindales, Flavell, Marsden etc

– all names from the early settlers

who passed by Villa Nova on their

weary trek over the Bridle Path in

the 1850s from the first four ships


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WHEELS: Prop Ben Pulman skips his way through the New Brighton defence, while Filimoni

Waqainabete scored three tries against his former club.

PHOTOS: ROZELLE MAY

Sumner cut loose in Brighton

to take first victory at ‘sandpit’

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER’S 61-14 victory over

New Brighton on Saturday was

the club’s first ever premier grade

win against their rivals at the

sandpit.

In doing so, Sumner also captured

the Falton Shield, which is

played for annually between the

two clubs.

Fresh off their 51-26 win over

University a week earlier, Sumner

continued their rich vein of form

to establish early dominance.

“It was a good day at the office,

the boys were hissing like

cut snakes,” said Sumner coach

Martin Dodgson.

“We were really up for it; we

had a good week of prep. It was

probably the most concentrated

I’ve seen the boys. It was kind of

like a perfect storm, everything

that could go right did go right.”

It was also a good day at the

office for former New Brighton

SPORTS

player Filimoni Waqainabete.

The Sumner back ran in three

tries on the wing. Meanwhile,

Japanese flanker Hiroki Yamamoto

grabbed a double. There

were also tries for Dylan Nel,

Tatsuki Tomuroand, Josh Toy

and Tom Ziolo.

Dodgson had some sympathy

for New Brighton coach Scott

Pawson who was missing several

key players. He also heaped

praise on the opposition coach

for being gracious in defeat.

“He had a whole lot of young

boys playing and his top boys not

released from the Crusaders,”

said Dodgson.

“They’re obviously a mightily

proud club. If plans go the way

we want then hopefully we’ll

meet up with them again later in

the year and I’m sure we’ll feel

the back hand of that.”

The chances of that happening

are high with both clubs on track

to qualify for the top six.

Sumner’s bonus point win

moves them to third in the

Hawkins Metro Premier Cup,

while New Brighton drop to fifth.

Just three rounds remain until

the competition is split into the

top and bottom six for the business

end of the season.

Sumner travel to Burwood

Park to take on 11th-placed

Shirley on Saturday.

Hawkins Metro Premier Cup

standings:

Lincoln University 33pts, 1;

Christchurch 28pts, 2; Sumner

27pts, 3; Sydenham 25pts, 4;

New Brighton 25pts, 5; University

23pts, 6; Burnside 21pts, 7;

Marist Albion 11pts, 8; HSOB

10pts, 9; Linwood 7pts, 10;

Shirley 7pts, 11; Belfast 3pts, 12.

IN SPACE: Halfback Keita Fujiwara looks for support.

SPREAD IT: Tom

Crozier spreads the

ball before ending up

on the receiving end

of a big hit.

•More sport, page 23

BLEAK: New Brighton

supporters watch their

team put to the sword

at the sandpit.

public

meeting

Tuesday, 22 May 2018

at 7.30pm

(Refreshments from 7.15pm)

charlesworth Wetland Reserve

monitoring Results

Ecologist Denise Ford will present her

finding after 2 years of monitoring this

restored wetland. You will be amazed to hear

the number of creatures she has found now

that the wetland has been restored.

AND

Sustainability of Shellfish take

in the estuary

Canterbury University Student

Stephanie Hampson will present her survey

results to help us understand what shellfish

is being gathered and for what purpose.

Mt Pleasant Community Centre

3 McCormacks Bay Road, Mt Pleasant

Entry gold coin donation towards Godwit artwork

to be placed at Bridge Street


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Big night for surf lifesavers

THE SUMNER and Taylors

Mistake clubs have finalists

in the 2018 Surf Life Saving

Canterbury-Tasman awards of

excellence.

Both clubs are up for nine

awards on Saturday night.

Every year, regional awards of

excellence ceremonies are held

around the country to officially

recognise SLSNZ members for

their work and dedication.

The Canterbury-Tasman

awards will be held at Sixty6

in the Christchurch Casino.

They will also feature lifeguards

from the South Brighton,

New Brighton, North Beach,

Waimairi, Spencer Park,

Waikuku, Rarangi, Nelson,

Buller, Nelson and Kotuku clubs.

The night will begin with the

presentation of service awards,

followed by the top junior and

senior age group awards.

Then all the champions’

trophies will be presented from

the Canterbury championships

held during the past season,

followed by the presentation of

major sporting and lifesaving

awards, such as the lifeguard

of the year and volunteer of the

year.

The evening will conclude

with the announcement of

club of the year. The winners

of each category are then

automatically selected as finalists

in the national SLSNZ awards of

excellence in September.

SPORTS

AWARDS NOMINEES: Surf lifesavers from clubs from the Bay Harbour area look set to scoop

plenty of awards at the regional awards night later this month.

PHOTO: SLNZ

Awards finalists:

•Coach of the year

Ben Grant – Waimairi

Dave Smith – Taylors Mistake

Mark Robberds – Sumner

James Gaskell – New Brighton

Peter Stevenson – Waikuku

•Te Onepoto – junior surf

coaching

Kirsty Cullen – New Brighton

Adam Leatherland – South

Brighton

Craig and Tisha Jamieson –

Taylors Mistake

David Jones – Sumner

Dean Le Warne – North Beach

Mike Walker – Waimairi

•Rookie lifeguard of the year

Brieanna Cox – Taylors Mistake

Callum Sullivan-Roberts –

New Brighton

Cheyne Milligan – North

Beach

Tim Currey – Spencer Park

Charlie Cadillac – Sumner

•Instructor/examiner of the

year

Linda Poulsen – Spencer Park

Kate Jamieson – Taylors

Mistake

Caitlin Ruddle – Waimairi

Jake Koekemoer - Sumner

•Lifeguard of the year

Justice Shaw-Cross – Spencer

Park

Patrice de Beer – Taylors

Mistake

Fraser Smith – Waimairi

Harry Taylor – Sumner

Mikeely Milligan – North

Beach

•Sports person of the year

Louis Clark – Taylors Mistake

Xyron Burns – North Beach

•Sports team of the year

Sumner – under-16 board relay

team

Taylors Mistake – open men’s

taplin team

North Beach – Under-19

women’s surf boat team

Waimairi – open women’s

canoe team

New Brighton – open women’s

surf boat

Nelson – under-20 women’s

IRB team

•Surf official of the year

Lance Cleeve – Waimairi

Tania Bailey – Waikuku

•Innovation of the year

Dean Le Warne – Board Fins –

North Beach

Aaron Harris – Development

Weekends – Waikuku

Tom Denman, Kate Suter,

Blair Quane – Advance Life

Guard team – Sumner

•Regional guard of the year

Fraser Smith – Waimairi

Jake Simpson – Sumner

Callum Jeffery – Waimairi

Tom Webb – Waikuku

Sam Blackmore – Spencer Park

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Dean Le Warne – North Beach

Sam Baker – Spencer Park

Craig Jamieson – Taylors

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SPORTS

IT WAS a family affair at

Redcliffs Tennis Club’s

senior champs.

The Matheson family

won three of the trophies,

with Andy Matheson

beating last year’s club

champ Dougal Shepherd

in a tightly fought game.

Andy also teamed up

with daughter Georgia

Matheson to win the

mixed doubles.

Georgia also won the

women’s doubles with Sue

Cook.

CLUB DAY: (Left) –

Senior men’s doubles

runners-up Shea

McIntyre and Dougal

Shepherd with

champions Marley

Murray and Matthew

Parratt. (Right) – Senior

women’s doubles

champions Sue Cooke

and Georgia Matheson

with runners up Charli

Watts and Jo Watts.

Families dominate Redcliffs tennis champs

There was success for

the Watts family as well.

Charli Watts defeated

Kirsten Murray to win the

women’s singles title. She

was also runner-up in the

women’s doubles with Jo

Watts and in the mixed

doubles with Warrick

Watts.

In the men’s doubles,

Shepherd and Shea

McIntyre were narrowly

beaten by the Marley

Murray and Matthew

Parratt.

CHAMP: Andy Matheson (left) beat Dougal

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