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Bay Harbour: May 23, 2018

Bay Harbour: May 23,

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 2018 Locally Owned www.star.kiwi Alison Carter Top Salesperson Ferrymead/Sumner Office No.7 Salesperson Canterbury For end of financial year 31.3.2018 Pathway needs cash Bid for city council funding to finish section Page 3 Page 15 Tribute to surfer Paddle out farewells Rangi King Taylors, Sumner clean up awards The Taylors Mistake Surf Life Saving Club cleaned up at the Canterbury Tasman awards of excellence on Saturday. The club won nine awards including rescue of the year for the January 18 mass rescue of a dozen swimmers caught in rips and large waves at the popular beach. The incident also netted the club the January ‘BP rescue of the month’ award which BP Hoon Hay store manager, Shannon Radcliffe (above) presented to senior lifeguard Craig Jamieson and the other guards who were involved. •Full story and award winners, page 11 PROVEN RESULTS P: 384 7950 M: 0274 318 960 E: alison.carter@harcourts.co.nz GRENADIER LICENSED SALES CONSULTANT REAA 2008 Talk to the police says new sergeant • By Sarla Donovan DON’T BE backward in coming forward to the police. That’s the plea from Lyttelton Police Station’s new boss, Franco Lovich. Sergeant Lovich has been based in Lyttelton for three weeks and has noticed a reluctance for the public to report some offences. “Having spoken to a number of our community, (some) offences have not been reported to police due to the relatively minor nature, or perception, that for a variety of reasons there is no use in it being reported. “I would urge everyone in the community to report all offences to Crimestoppers as at the very least we can monitor any emerging crime patterns and direct police resources to where they are most needed.” He has identified three main issues in the area, including family harm and crimes committed by a small number of drug or alcohol dependent offenders. He said there also seemed to be an increased availability of methamphetamine in the area. Sergeant Lovich said his intention was for the community to “be safe and to feel safe.” •On the beat, page 7 House of Travel Ferrymead Come in and see us for all your 2018/2019 travel plans. Early birds on sale now! Guided Holidays, River Cruising, Ocean Cruising and more. Talk to one of our experienced team members today and plan that holiday you’ve always dreamed of. The best holidays are created together. 987 FERRY ROAD, FERRYMEAD VILLAGE I 03 3764 022 I FERRYMEAD@HOT.CO.NZ