Bay Harbour: May 23, 2018

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For end of financial year 31.3.2018

Pathway needs cash

Bid for city council funding to

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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

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• 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

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RANGI KING got the traditional surfer

send-off on Saturday (page 15).

Fellow surfers gathered just off the north

ramp at Brighton to farewell the well-liked

42-year-old who succumbed to liver cancer

recently.

Rangi was one of the better surfers to come to of the region. A

professional whose career took off in the late 80s.

He finished a close second to Australian legend Mark Occhilupo

at the Konica All Stars skin contest at Wollongong, near Sydney.

Rangi started surfing at 11 and was a natural.

EXIT Surf Shop owner Tristan Bennett said no one had heard

of him before he went and competed in a Canterbury Scholastic

Surfing competition when he was 13 and “blew everyone away.”

Rangi got the farewell he deserved at the weekend.

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Pathway group calls for funding

• By Sarla Donovan

THE Christchurch Coastal

Pathway Group wants funding

for the final section through

Moncks Bay to be included in

the Long Term Plan.

And safety is being cited as a

prime reason.

Work on the penultimate

stage of the Coastal Pathway,

between Rapanui-Shag Rock

and Scarborough, will start in

spring and is expected to take

about a year to complete.

The group believes numbers

using the pathway will then

mushroom, straining the unsealed

temporary seaside footpath

south of Shag Rock around

Moncks Bay.

There is currently no money

to build that part of the Coastal

Pathway.

In a submission, group

chairman Scott Babington said

planning work needed to begin

“now” as funding was available

for this.

“However, the build programme

really needs to be

started within the next two

years due to the significant

safety risk that exists on the

eastern side of Moncks Bay,” the

submission said.

The group is calling on the

city council to include funding

in the LTP.

It is estimated to cost between

$10-$12 million for the 0.8km

section.

“This risky section has no

barrier from a significant fall

into the estuary (landing on

rocks) and passing another

user going the other way places

you at risk as you have to go to

the unstable edge of the estuary

to allow them to pass (particularly

if they have a bike/buggy

etc.)”

Mr Babington spoke at

a submissions hearing on

Saturday.

He said the CPG was applying

for funding through other

sources, which meant some of

cost to the city council could be

recovered.

The group is also paying

for seats, fountains, crossing

points, planting and other

enhancements along the

pathway.

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Co-ordinator Tanya Jenkins

was “thrilled” at the turnout. “It

was wonderful to see so many

children being shown by parents

how and why we plant trees.”

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Scarborough Dippers not afraid of the

• By Sarla Donovan

THE STARS are still visible

above Pegasus Bay when Kerry

Newton dips her toes into the

waves lapping at Scarborough’s

steps.

It’s just after 7am on Friday

morning, and there’s an autumn

chill in the air.

Eight others have joined her

this morning, including firsttimer

Robin Dawson who has

driven over from Lyttelton.

The group down Coffee Culture

takeaways before shedding

their puffer jackets and wading

out gingerly, chatting amongst

themselves.

There’s no squealing or shouting

as one by one they disappear

under the 12 deg C water, some

freestyling off towards the tangerine

horizon.

In 10min they’re all back,

climbing up the stairs to dry off

and carry on with their day.

“It’s bracing,” grins Robin, who

has a few triathlons under his

belt.

And though the weather isn’t

always so kind, most of the

group will be back next Friday.

They’re hard core.

The Scarborough Dippers

started last July when Kerry, an

accountant, decided instead of

‘Dry July’ she’d do ‘Wet July.’

She and a small group of

friends pledged to swim every

morning for the entire month.

They raised about $1200 for marine

protection charity Project

Jonah.

“I myself said I’d donate $10

for every day I went in but as

a punishment it would be $50

if I missed a day; that was my

encouragement not to miss. So

I donated $310 because I went

every day.”

About four of them managed

to do it and they’ve continued to

swim together since, though on

a weekly rather than a daily

basis.

“Once we finished, we got addicted,”

Kerry says. “We thought,

we’ve got to continue. So we

decided to do it once a week on

Friday. Once July comes again

CHILLED: The

Scarborough

Dippers at

their early

morning

ocean swim

on Friday.

The water

temperature

was 12 deg C.

From left to

right – Wayne

Simmons, Sue

Elliot, Sandra

Taylor, Bee

Rueder, Cathe

Grater, Robin

Dawson,

Kathrin

Mueller, David

Bennett and

Kerry Newton

PHOTO:

MARTIN

HUNTER ​

we’ll do it every day.”

Others have joined and there’s

now a Facebook group with

about 30 members.

Cathe Grater was one of the

original ‘Wet July’ four and says

the experience was transformational.

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cold

Fields connects with community

“That month is life changing.

You get out there, it’s completely

quiet other than us and we just

laugh. You could be in the worst

mood, but whatever is going on in

your life you walk out there and it

just changes your perspective.”

“It is cold. But other than a few

crab bites it’s mainly just such a

mental discipline and challenge.

We keep it sort of meditative because

you have to adjust; without

going above the kidney line you

just walk out and hang out there

as long as you can until we go under.

We’re in togs not wetsuits and

if it’s winter and you get under

that nine degrees it can be quite

dangerous if you get chilled in the

back. We’ve tried double dipping

in winter but it gives you an ice

headache. ”

“The warmer months are

nothing, you get out there, have

a laugh but in winter it takes

discipline to get out of bed especially

when it’s raining. But you

do it – and nothing else matters.

It’s beautiful, it’s always different.

Usually in winter there’s no

waves, everything is still and you

see all kinds of things. We have

George our dolphin and we have a

seal that come and visits.”

“You’ve got to go and do it to

understand. It’s life-changing, it’s

amazing.”

New board

member gets

500 votes

• By Sarla Donovan

FINANCIAL management

and the ability to connect with

people are strengths Tyrone

Fields hopes to bring to his

new role as a member of the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board.

The Labour-aligned People’s

Choice candidate won the

Lyttelton subdivision byelection

for the board with

500 votes, putting him well

ahead of nearest rivals,

Independent Citizens

candidate Robyn Struthers

on 185, and Yvette Couch-Lewis

with 156.

Lyttelton bar manager Ashley

Stanbridge gained 105 votes and

independent candidate Paul

Dietsche 62.

The return rate for votes was

42 per cent.

Mr Fields is a public sector

analyst and father of two, who

will shortly finish a master’s

degree in social work.

“I’m feeling pretty happy,

really excited and pleased that

people wanted me to be their

representative,” said Mr Fields

the day after the win.

“It’s been quite humbling.”

He had knocked on a “hell

of a lot of doors and made a

lot of phone calls,” and being

endorsed by Port Hills Labour

MP Ruth Dyson had been

“huge,” he said.

Mr Fields will be sworn in on

Monday, and had his first board

seminar two days ago.

“I’ve been meticulous about

record keeping through this

campaign – who wants this,

who said that. I’d really like to

focus on those little things that

people talk to me about and do

the basics well in that regard,”

he said.

“From a social work

perspective I’ve got some

things that I’d like to be able to

achieve in terms of helping

perhaps elderly residents to

have more voice and social

connectedness and work

REPRESENT:

Public sector

analyst

Tyrone Fields

has won the

Lyttelton

subdivision

by-election

for the Banks

Peninsula

Community

Board.

with places like Community

House on that . . . it’s a

combination of the practical,

on-the-ground stuff, and then

helping foster and facilitate a

framework for that big-picture

stuff as well.”

Mr Fields grew up on

Winchester St and College St

and attended St Joseph’s School.

Former board chairwoman

Christine Wilson resigned

earlier this year, triggering the

by-election.

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New Lyttelton cop

wants to build

safer community

• By Sarla Donovan

NEW Lyttelton Police

Station supervisor

Sergeant Franco Lovich

has spent the last couple

of years desk-bound in

police deployment, and is

enjoying being back on the

front line.

People had been receptive

and friendly since he

started three weeks ago, the

55-year-old said.

“There’s a really strong

sense of community here

and walking around

everyone’s saying ‘gidday’

to each other; it’s just a

lovely environment.”

Along with Sergeant

Lovich there are five staff

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Port Levy, along with Sumner

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It’s a big area and station

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Sergeant Lovich said

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about police coverage in

Lyttelton last year, which

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March 2017.

There is no “front desk”

as such at the station,

and staff were often out

working in the community

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to the perception police

weren’t available, said

Sergeant Lovich.

“As new as I am, I’ve seen

reports where residents have

made complaints about the

fact there aren’t enough

police around. Some of that

is potentially perception.

We do have a big area to

cover and . . . we don’t have

a ‘constable on every corner’

so to speak. But although

we might not be (physically)

here, for the urgent

jobs there’s always 24-hour

coverage; it’s just a matter

of the staff from the other

side of the tunnel coming

through . . . (but) I do think

trust and confidence is a big

issue for police. We are able

to undertake our role with

the express authority of the

community, so without that

we are really ineffective.”

One of his aims is to

walk through the township

every day to “have

a chinwag” and build a

relationship with the community,

along with others

on his beat, including Sumner,

Governors Bay and

Diamond Harbour.

To kick back and unwind

he spends time with his

family, watches his 12 and

15-year-old’s play sport,

and enjoys fishing in rivers

or the ocean.

Growing up on the Waitemata

Harbour fostered a

love of water, so having an

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Harbour is a bonus.

Sergeant Lovich was

raised by an Italian mother

and Yugoslavian father in

west Auckland.

His parents met in Mali

Losinj off the coast of

Croatia after World War 2.

Neither spoke English

when they emigrated to

New Zealand around 1954,

a time when Auckland Airport

was being constructed.

His father found work

there as a diesel mechanic,

an occupation which was

in high demand.

After joining the police

in May 1991, his first five

years were spent in Kaitaia

and surrounding areas.

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had always been in the

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partly about wanting help

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make a difference.

“Everything starts at

home. You care for your

children, teach them values

and hope they’ll go out and

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for everyone.”

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Auckland and trained as a

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Coveted award for firefighters

• By Sarla Donovan

LYTTELTON Volunteer Fire

Brigade was presented with the

coveted community spirit award

following the Firefighter Sky

Tower Stair Challenge at the

weekend.

Brigades from the Bay Harbour

News area were well-represented

at the event with teams from

Governors Bay, Lyttelton, Akaroa

and Diamond Harbour competing.

They made up some of the

900 firefighters who climbed the

Auckland Sky Tower on Saturday

as part of the annual fundraising

challenge for Leukaemia

and Blood Cancer New Zealand.

Lyttelton team leader Kevin

Hurl said it was a “huge thing”

for the team to be gifted a tewhatewha

carved by last year’s

community spirit award winners,

Keri Keri Fire Brigade.

Considered the event’s top

award, it is created by the previous

year’s recipients and given to

the team whose community has

gone above and beyond in support

of their brigade’s efforts.

The Lyttelton brigade has

raised nearly $120,000 for Leukaemia

and Blood Cancer NZ

over the past eight years.

Said Mr Hurl: “This award is

for the people of Lyttelton who

year after year have supported

our Sky Tower efforts and have

got behind our climbers.”

The carved tewhatewha is

made of kauri and inlaid with

paua shell.

And in an impressive individual

achievement, Diamond

Harbour’s Mark Patterson was

the fastest South Islander and the

fastest volunteer firefighter, in a

time of 10min 50sec.

He finished 10th out of 950

competitors, the second year in

a row he has finished in 10th

place.

The quickest time was a blistering

8min 11sec.

Diamond Harbour Volunteer

Fire Brigade chief fire officer Bob

Palmer said it was a superb effort

by Mr Patterson and great to see

the community support for the

team, which raised just under

$7000.

Firefighters carry up to 25kg of

equipment up the 1103 steps and

51 storeys of the Sky Tower.

SUPPORT:

The Diamond

Harbour team

raised just under

$7000. From left

to right – Jeremy

Palmer (16min

44sec), Nathan

Graham (16min

08sec), Nicki Bell

(20min 51sec),

Dave Rice (14min

57sec).

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Members of

the Lyttelton

Sky Tower

team with the

community

spirit award

carved by the

Keri Keri Fire

Brigade. From

left – Candice

Milner, Kevin

Hurl, Zoey

Harris, Peter

Lauryssens,

Craig Smith and

Glen Walker.

Absent – Dion

McGrail.

FITNESS: Diamond Harbour Volunteer Fire Brigade’s Mark

Patterson with wife Gabby and son Will. Mr Patterson was the

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04sec), Matt

Annand (17min

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Nick Tilley (15min

18sec), Reuben

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Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

De Beer named lifeguard of the year

• By Sarla Donovan

SUMNER AND Taylors Mistake

surf lifeguards dominated the

Canterbury-Tasman Surf Live

Saving awards of excellence held

on Saturday.

Taylors Mistake took home the

majority of the awards, including

top lifeguard, Patrice de Beer,

volunteer, Craig Jamieson, and

rookie, Brieanna Cox, along with

rescue of the year.

The prestigious top lifeguard

gong went to Mr de Beer for his

“exemplary service”, including

more than 55 hours of voluntary

patrolling. He told Bay Harbour

News he was “chuffed” at the

award, saying he didn’t do anything

special. “I just love being

on the beach . . . I’m there too

often according to my wife.”

He said it was his way of giving

back to the community.

The 48-year-old Redcliffs

engineer got into lifeguarding

10 years ago after shifting to

Christchurch from the Netherlands.

He wanted his children to

be comfortable swimming in the

sea, so he went along to a club

open day at Taylors Mistake.

“I got roped into training and

then I was there every weekend.”

Though Taylors Mistake has a

reputation as a dangerous beach,

Mr de Beer says he treats every

beach the same.

And in terms of what makes

a good lifeguard, he says being

flexible, expecting the unexpected,

being helpful and doing what

you can, whether it’s cleaning the

beach, cleaning a toilet, doing

first aid or a rescue. “We’re there

to provide a service.”

Taylors Mistake also took out

rescue of the year after a team

of lifeguards plucked a dozen

swimmers from the waves during

a hot day on January 18

when a flash rip took two groups

of swimmers out beyond their

depth.

Two rescue boards, 11 rescue

tubes and an IRB were involved

in returning the swimmers safely

to shore.

Sumner took home a total of

five awards on Saturday night,

including the honour of top IRB

club.

Committee member Alistair

Malcolm said the club was traditionally

strong using the IRB and

the award was recognition of the

number of new drivers and crewmen

they put through training

and into regional and national

competitions.

“It’s always been a big part

of Sumner; with the big surf

at Scarborough it’s often the

best way to get out and rescue

people,” said Mr Malcolm.

Awards of Excellence –

Canterbury-Tasman

2017/18 Top IRB Club – Sumner

2017/18 Official of the Year

Tania Bailey – Waikuku

2017/18 Event Guard of the

Year

Justice Shaw-Cross – Spencer

Park

2017/18 Coach of the Year

James Gaskell – New Brighton

2017/18 Sports Team of the

Year – Waimairi Open Women’s

Canoe Team

2017/18 Canterbury Team of

the Year – Sumner Under-16

Board Relay Team

2017/18 Te Opepoto Award –

Junior Coaching – Adam Leatherland

– South Brighton

2017/18 Sports Person of the

Year – Louis Clark – Taylors

Mistake

2017/18 Innovation of the Year

Dean Le Warne – Board Fins

from Milk Bottle Tops (North

Beach)

2017/18 Rookie of the Year

Brieanna Cox – Taylors Mistake

2017/18 Regional Guard of the

Year – Fraser Smith – Waimairi

2017/18 Instructor of the Year

Linda Poulsen – Spencer Park

2017/18 Lifeguard of the Year

Patrice de Beer – Taylors Mistake

2017/18 Volunteer of the Year

Craig Jamieson – Taylors Mistake

2017/18 Rescue of the Year

Mass Rescue – Taylors Mistake,

January 2018

2017/18 Club of the Year – Waimairi

Surf Life Saving Club

Service awards – regional

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BIG NIGHT: Patrice de Beer

was named Canterbury-

Tasman lifeguard of the year

on Saturday.

Emma Derrick, North Beach

Dean Isherwood, North Beach

Morgan Foster, South Brighton

Regional Distinguished Service

Mike Smith, Taylors Mistake

Colin Mackenzie, North Beach

Ken Jones, Taylors Mistake

Craig Todd, Sumner

Regional Life Membership –

Malcolm McClurg, Taylors

Mistake

Craig Todd, Sumner

Sport Awards

Top Under 14 Competitor -

Samantha Lascelles (Sumner)

Top Under 14 Pool Competitor

– Hugo Wrathall (Waimairi)

Top Under 16 Competitor –

Flynn McGuinness (Waimairi)

Top Under 16 Pool Competitor

– Thomas MacGibbon (Sumner)

Top Under 19 Competitor

– Georgia Stroud (Taylors

Mistake)

Top Under 19 Pool Competitor

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Sumner a win away from top six berth

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER ARE just one win

away from confirming their

spot in the top six section of the

Hawkins Metro Premier Cup

when the competition is split in

two next month.

On Saturday, Sumner recorded

their third bonus point win in as

many weeks by defeating Shirley

45-32. It was also the third week

in a row they have put 45 points

or more on their opposition.

The team will look to continue

their run of good results when

they return to St Leonards Park

to play High School Old Boys

during club day on Saturday.

The annual club day will see

all of Sumner’s junior teams play

at McCormacks Bay Reserve in

the morning. St Leonards Park

will also host a round of the

under-16 girls metro competition

in the morning before Sumner’s

division two side play HSOB at

1pm.

The division one match against

HSOB kicks off at 2.45pm.

The two teams will play for

the Winnie Bagoes Pizza Slice

– a shield featuring a pizza slice

played for between the two sides.

“We beat them last year but

they never gave us the pizza slice

to take home, so I must make

sure they bring it this time,”

said Sumner club captain John

Taylor.

Saturday’s victory over Shirley

saw Sumner fight back from

an early 0-8 deficit. First-five

Hayden O’Donnell and secondfive

Tatsuki Tomuro both

scored doubles, while halfback

Keita Fujiwari, winger Filimoni

Waqainabete and full-back Josh

Toy also found the try-line.

Winger Tom Ziolo completed

the scoring with five conversions.

There was also a rare call up to

the premier team for 49-year-old

stalwart Robbie Timo. The prop

was called into the team on

short notice after injuries and

unavailability created a team

selection nightmare last week.

Sumner coach Martin

Dodgson described himself as

being “busier than a one armed

bricklayer in Baghdad” in his

task of putting a team together.

The squad reshuffling also

saw the return of ‘big bad’ Nigel

Archbold who turned out for

the division one side for the first

time this season when he came

off the bench for the final 15min.

“He was blowing a little bit,” said

Dodgson. Outside of their own

game, this weekend’s

clash between top of the

table Lincoln University and

Christchurch will also play a big

role in any chances Sumner have

of claiming the Hawkins

Cup.

If Christchurch are able to

win the match at Christchurch

Park then it will leave the door

open going into the final two cup

rounds.

Following the cup round the

competition will be cut into a

top and bottom six to decide the

SPORTS

SCORE: Sumner’s Keita Fujiwari reacts quickly to score, while Filimoni Waqainabete brushes off a Shirley defender.

PHOTOS: ROZELLE MAY

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Hawkins Premier Metro

Cup standings:

Lincoln University

38pts, 1; Christchurch

33pts, 2; Sumner 32pts,

3; New Brighton 30pts,

4; Sydenham 30pts, 5;

University 23pts, 6; Burnside

21pts, 7; HSOB 15pts, 8;

Marist Albion 11pts, 9; Shirley

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

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Surfers pay tribute to Rangi in paddle out

A PADDLE out to honour a well -

-known surfer who passed away

after a short battle with cancer

was held on Saturday.

Families, friends and fellow

surfers from across Canterbury

gathered at the north ramp near

the New Brighton Pier to remember

Rangimaria (Rangi) Adrian

Te Otimi King, 42, who died

from liver cancer on May 4.

Described as an “outstanding

surfer” and a “legend”, King

was a professional surfer whose

career took off in the late 1980s.

He was a member of the New

Zealand scholastics team and his

career highlights included beating

former professional surfer

Martin Potter.

King was competing at the

Konica all stars skin contest

at Sandon Point, Wollongong,

when he beat Potter in the early

1990s.

King narrowly came second to

Australian surfer Mark Occhilupo

in the Konica contest.

He began surfing at age 11 after

volunteers, including his father

Wally, helped start a surfing

programme.

It wasn’t long before King

“caught the bug”. He took just

three weeks to pick up surfing

REMEMBERED: Well-known surfer Rangi King was honoured with a paddle out by families, friends and fellow surfers.

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while the rest of the group took

about 18 months.

His sister Nga Anderson said

he would borrow other people’s

surfboards and they would laugh

at him until they saw him surf.

“That was when they had different

respect for him,” she said.

EXIT Surf Shop owner Tristan

Bennett said no one had heard

of him before he competed in a

Canterbury scholastic surfing

competition when he was 13 and

“blew everyone away”.

“I have got people who would

come into the surf shop and

say ‘I have just been down at

Brighton; there is a kid out there

destroying it’,” he said.

Photographer Warren Hawke,

who travelled with King for

photoshoots over a period of two

to three years, said he had an

uncanny natural surfing ability.

He said at the beginning of his

career, King started to win contests

on surfboards which were

not even up to high performance

level at the time.

He was quickly picked up as a

professional and sponsored by

the Exit Surf Shop, surf clothing

and board company O’Neill,

and POTTZ Surfboards, among

others.

King’s pro career lasted more

than 10 years into his early 20s.

After he stopped surfing

professionally, he continued to

teach surfing.

Close friend Sam Johnston,

who started out surfing with

King, said he was unique in

and out of the water, a talented

guitarist and good at any sport

he played.

Another friend Haydo Brain

said King was one of the most

influential surfers for him

growing up, and one of New

Zealand’s best, fastest and most

progressive board riders during

and after his pro career.

Hundreds turned out for

King’s funeral at Clareville Cemetery,

Carterton, on May 7.

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Simultaneous Storytime –

Hickory Dickory Dash

Wednesday, 1-1.15pm

This event will take place

across the Tasman at the same

time, and the Sumner Library

will be joining the fun and reading

this children’s book at 1pm

NZ time. Go along and listen.

Sumner Library, Wakefield Ave

Bridge Club

Wednesday, 7.20pm, and Friday,

1pm

Come along and enjoy a

trick-taking card game played by

four players in two competing

partnerships. For inquiries or if

you need a partner, call Kay on

384 9113.

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club

Strength ‘n’ Stretch Class

Wednesday, 6-7pm

For women in their fab-50s

and beyond. Enjoy a whole body

workout at a medium level which

includes exercise to music, circuit

stations and more. First class

is half price.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $10

Mini Music

Thursday and Tuesday, 9.30am

Bring your children along to

Email gilbert.wealleans@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

sing, dance and meet other children

and their parents/caregivers.

Cost is $3 per session or $5

for two or more children. Term

times only. Contact Eddie on admin@sumnerbays.org.nz

or 027

781 1348 for further information.

Thursday at 4 Augusta St, Redcliffs,

and Tuesday at the Sumner

Centre, 37 Nayland St

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Create ‘n’ Connect welcomes

you to come and create in

company. Cost is $3 per session

which includes a yummy morning

tea and great company. Bring

your own creative project or

come and get some inspiration.

Contact Beth for more information

022 678 1252

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Mt Pleasant Playgroup

Thursday, 10.30-11.30am

Enjoy a relaxed play in a light

and beautiful space. Try out the

dress-ups and musical instruments,

put together some puzzles

or zoom around on the ride-on

bug. All pre-schoolers and their

caregivers are welcome,

entrance by koha. For more

information, email Kathy at

The Sumner Silver Band and Christchurch City Pipe Band

present Brass ’n’ Tartan, a concert of favourite pipe and brass

band music, including Amazing Grace, Scotland the Brave,

Minstrel Boy and Hine E Hine. Gold coin afternoon tea and

raffles at the St Albans Edgeware Bowling Club, Forfar St.

Tickets cost $10 and are available from the Sumner and

Redcliffs pharmacies. Doors open at 1.30pm on Sunday.

community@mpcc.org.nz.

Mt Pleasant Community Centre

Hall

Babytimes

Friday, 10.30-11am

Encourage your baby’s

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activities, such as rhymes, songs,

stories and play.

Lyttelton Library

Twinkle Tots

Friday, 10.30am

Practice social skills with

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and dancing and having fun together.

Morning tea is provided.

Gold coin donation.

St Mary’s Church Village Hall,

Heathcote Valley

Mainly Music

Friday, 9.30-11.15am

Mainly Music is a fun, educational

30min music and movement

session for babies and preschoolers

followed by morning

tea and a social/play time. The

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For more information, call Hazel

on 384 1965 or 021 077 1264.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd

Create to Construct Art

Exhibition

Daily from Tuesday

Check out this collection of

work from artists living within

the Lyttelton Harbour basin.

Created specifically, the 18 pieces

depict the artists’ reflections

on the Governors Bay jetty. All

works will be auctioned at the

Governors Bay Hotel on June 9

to raise funds for the jetty restoration

trust.

Pumanawa room, Arts Centre

Craft Fair

Monday, June 4, 10am-2pm

A variety of stalls on offer

including art, oils, jewellery,

woodturning, clothing, furniture,

and more. There will also

be devonshire teas available, and

a sausage sizzle. Phone 384 3733

for more information.

Mt Pleasant Bowling Club, 9

James St, Redcliffs

Long Lunch

Monday June 4, 12.30pm

The Mt Pleasant Farmers’

Market is hosting another

long lunch, featuring delicious

produce from the market. Cost

of $50 which includes complimentary

drink. Tickets available

from the farmers’ market or the

Mt Pleasant Centre.

Mt Pleasant Centre, 3 McCormacks

Bay Rd

Markets:

Lyttelton Farmers’ Market

and Lyttelton Craft Market:

Saturday, 10am-1pm, London St.

Mt Pleasant Farmers’ Market:

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm, 3

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