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• By Sarla Donovan

A PETITION to Parliament is

being circulated in a last ditch

attempt to halt the relocation of

Redcliffs School.

Organised by Friends of Redcliffs

Park, the electronic petition

calls for urgent legislation enabling

the school to reopen on its

former Main Rd site.

Group spokesman Chris

Doudney said there was no basis

for the Ministry of Education

to abandon the school’s former

site and build on a “flood-prone

waterfront park subject to inundation

and risk of tsunami.”

Greater Christchurch Regeneration

Minister Megan Woods

last month announced she would

fast track changes to the city’s

district plan so the school could

relocate to Redcliffs Park.

On Thursday, a day after the

petition was announced, the

Redcliffs School community

assembled for a blessing and

final farewell to the old school,

followed by a sod turning at Redcliffs

Park where the new school

will be built.

Redcliffs School principal Rose

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an indication of how “behind”

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turnout from the very young to

the very elderly. It was a special

time and I feel like there’s a

very strong sense of community

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“We think the majority of the

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the school moving ahead

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physical change about to

happen. We really hope that

that will continue to be the case

but we do understand that the

neighbours have had some disappointment

about the decision

that Minister Woods has

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ONE OF Canterbury’s, and indeed

probably New Zealand’s most historic sites,

looks like getting National Reserve status.

In 1830 Te Rauparaha and a war party

of 100 went ashore from the brig Elizabeth

and sacked the Ngai Tahu settlement at

Takapuneke near Akaroa (see page 3).

He had been migrating south from the North Island, conquering

and slaughtering anything in his path.

Now there are moves to make Takapuneke a National Reserve

which will give it the same standing as the Waitangi Treaty

Grounds.

Under the new plan there will be three parks – Park of Silence,

Park of Reflection and Park of Healing.

All animals are banned, apart from sheep for grazing. Camping,

food and bicycles are also prohibited.

Sounds like a good plan to me.

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Te Rauparaha site may get new status

• By Sarla Donovan

THE SITE of a bloody massacre

on Banks Peninsula is a step

closer to achieving National

Reserve status.

Takapuneke sits between

Akaroa and the settlement of

Onuku.

In 1830 Ngati Toa chief Te

Rauparaha and a war party of 100

went ashore from the brig

Elizabeth – anchored on

pretext of trading flax –

and sacked Takapuneke,

killing many of the

inhabitants and capturing

Ngai Tahu leader Te

Maiharanui.

The act was considered

revenge for the killing of

Ngati Toa chief Te Pehi Kupe at

Kaiapoi two years earlier.

In 2002 the reserve was registered

with the New Zealand

Historic Places Trust as wahi tapu

(a place of outstanding historic

or cultural heritage value) and in

2006 the Banks Peninsula District

Council resolved to seek National

Reserve status, denoting the same

standing as the Waitangi Treaty

Grounds.

But a reserve management plan

has to be in place before an application

can be made.

Under the new plan there will

be three parks – Park of Silence,

Te Rauparaha

Park of Reflection and Park of

Healing.

All animals are banned, apart

from sheep for grazing. Camping,

food and bicycles are also

prohibited.

Public access will be restricted

to the Park of Silence unless

granted permission by Onuku

Runanga and it will be enclosed

in permeable fencing enabling

views into the area.

A network of paths

will be constructed in the

other two parks along

with seats and interpretive

panels and signage,

while the Immigration

Barracks building will be

renovated and used for

educational purposes.

The reserve will have two

entrances – one at Beach Rd and

one at Onuku Rd where a car

park is to be built on the former

city council landfill site.

Deputy Mayor Andrew Turner

said the plan was an important

milestone for an area of “immense”

cultural and spiritual

significance.

“It means we are now in a position

to make a formal application

to the Minister of Conservation

for National Reserve status,” Cr

Turner said.

•MPs back Maori land plan, p4

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ROAD RESURFACING

Road resurfacing work along

Main Rd in Redcliffs will

continue for the rest of the

month. Traffic travelling

towards Sumner will be diverted

along Beachville Rd, but citybound

traffic will be maintained

at all times. The resurfacing

work between Augusta Drive

and Beachville Rd started on

Monday.

NEW SIGNAGE

A gravel road frequently used

as a traveller’s shortcut from

Cooptown to hilltop will have

additional signage put in.

The signs are intended to give

tourists, following satellite

navigation, early warning that

Harmans Track is recommended

for four-wheel-drive vehicles

only. They will be placed at

the Puaha Rd/State Highway

75 and Puaha Rd/ Whites Rd

intersections.

MEMORIAL SEAT

The Zarifeh family are planning

to place a memorial seat on

the Esplanade walkway beside

Scarborough beach. The Sumner

family suffered a double blow

last year after 27-year-old

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Work on wastewater project under way

THE BIG dig is under way as

portside trenching work gears

up for the construction of

submarine pipelines to carry

wastewater from Governors

Bay and Diamond Harbour to

Lyttelton.

Costing $53 million, the

scheme will put a stop to the

routine discharge of treated

wastewater into Lyttelton Harbour

by 2021.

It will instead go to the Bexley

treatment plant.

Preparation work for the Governors

Bay submarine pipeline

started this month at Naval

Point.

The pipe will be buried a

metre below the seabed and

weighed down with concrete

ballast blocks weighing 180kg.

The 5km Governors Bay pipeline

is expected to be completed

by the end of the year, while

the 1.8km Diamond Harbour

pipeline is due to be finished in

early 2019.

Trenching to lay the wastewater

pipe along Norwich and

Godley Quays will continue

for the next month, eventually

connecting the treatment plant

at Cashin Quay to a new pump

station at Simeon Quay.

In tandem with the project,

there will be a series of one-lane

tunnel closures throughout June,

July, August and September.

The work at the tunnel roundabout

will allow for the laying of

wastewater pipes.

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CLEAN-UP: Work is well under way in Lyttelton on the

wastewater submarine pipelines project. ​

In Brief

WATER FOUNTAINS

The Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board is looking at

installing water fountains along

the Beachville Rd section of the

Christchurch Coastal Pathway

and the top of the Bridle Path

track where it meets Summit

Rd. It has asked city council staff

to provide quotes for the cost,

which varies from about $2000

to $6500 depending on the

model and function.

FESTIVAL WALKS

Three new excursions are lined

up for the Breeze Walking

Festival from September 28 to

October 14. There are plans to

include a historic Governors

Bay walk, a wild food foraging

walk and a Lyttelton Antarctic

Connections walk. Now in its

seventh year, the free festival

aims to celebrate the end of

winter and the coming of

spring.

GRANT FOR SHED

A grant of $1000 has been given

for a new shed to house tools

and materials used by volunteers

working on the Coastal Cliffs

Walkway between Church Bay

and Purau. The Banks Peninsula

Community Board granted the

money last week. The track is

part of the larger Head to Head

Walkway project.

MPs back Maori land plan

• By Sarla Donovan

PORT HILLS MPs Ruth Dyson

and Nuk Korako are backing a

city council plan to gift Purau

Maori Reserve to Rapaki

Runanga rather than retain

public ownership.

A city council report supporting

the transfer of the 1300 sq m

site was set aside after residents

raised objections at a recent

Banks Peninsula Community

Board meeting.

Purau residents Jill Rice,

Graham Christie and Thomas

Kulpe criticised the move as

an act of privatisation and said

information supporting the

recommendation was “biased,

incorrect and has omissions.”

Rapaki spokeswoman Yvette

Couch-Lewis declined to comment,

saying it would not be

appropriate at this time.

The Bay Harbour News asked

National List MP Nuk Korako

and Labour MP for Port Hills

Ruth Dyson what they thought.

Both agreed with the city

council recommendation.

Mr Korako said that as a

member of Te Hapu o Ngati

Wheke “naturally I support the

staff recommendation . . . to

return the land to Te Hapu o

Ngati Wheke.”

GIFT: Port Hills MPs are backing a city council plan to gift

Purau Maori Reserve to Rapaki Runanga rather than retain

public ownership.

Returning an urupa (cemetery)

to the control of a body

that represented Te Hapu o

Ngati Wheke was not privatisation

“in the absolute sense,” he

said. “It is being returned to the

democratic control of a representative

body.”

Ms Dyson said the site was a

Ngati Wheke urupa and there

had been “considerable unhappiness”

from runanga around

the peninsula about its desecration

over past decades.

“I also note that there is a significant

public reserve just 100m

from this site,” Ms Dyson said.

Mr Kulpe – one of the key

objectors – said he was not

surprised at the response

given Mr Kurako’s roots and

position on various Maori trust

boards.

“And of course we’re talking

about 1400 sq m which doesn’t

look like a huge sacrifice. From

a political perspective the risk

of being labelled anti-tangata

whenua is much greater than

looking at the finer points of this

Nuk Korako

Ruth Dyson

whole thing. I’m not surprised at

all,” Mr Kulpe said.

He said one of the arguments

for revoking the land’s reserve

status – that it was an urupa –

was incorrect as this can only be

bestowed by application to the

Maori Land Court .

And the current reserve status

must be revoked before an application

can be made.

Mr Kulpe also said it was

“very curious indeed” that a city

council-commissioned cultural

values report cited in support of

the land transfer was not in the

public domain.

“It’s a bit sad because the real

reason I would like to see it as an

historic reserve is that we have

more of Maori history coming

alive. I think so many aspects

of Maori history are regarded

as intellectual property . . . and

aren’t in the public domain.

That’s my passion behind this.”

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Woolstore rocks Lyttelton businesses

Lyttelton residents

have mixed opinions

about what the

new Te Ana Marina

development, The

Woolstore, could

mean for the area.

Stacey Bryan reports

MEASURING 720 sq m, The

Woolstore off Godley Quay is

set to become Lyttelton’s newest

hospitality hub when the current

renovations are completed.

Civil and Navel bar manager

Ashley Stanbridge said he had

previously noticed an increase

in patrons when new businesses

opened in the past, so the development

of the marina could only

be a good thing.

“A rising tide lifts all ships,” he

said.

Mr Stanbridge said there are

currently a lot of people in Lyttelton

whose skills are not being

utilised locally, so they have to go

into town to work.

Mr Stanbridge has been waiting

a long time for something to

be developed in Lyttelton that

is more than just “one half of

London St”.

Roots restaurant owner Giulio

Sturla said before the earthquakes,

there were 26 hospitality

establishments in Lyttelton, so

REVAMPED: The Woolstore development has received mixed feedback from the Lyttelton

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there is room for more people.

Mr Sturla said the new complex

will have unique bars or

restaurants and will “connect the

town to the water”.

“We see something new or we

stay stale.”

Te Ana Marina berth holder

and yacht owner Viki Moore

thinks the development will add

character to Lyttelton Harbour.

“The Woolstore will be a

brilliant public space that we’ve

never had before. It’s going to

be a great community asset and

something that we can all be

proud of – not just sailors, but

the people of Lyttelton and the

wider Canterbury region.”

However, some businesses

have reservations about the

development.

Spooky Boogie cafe and record

store owner Oscar Guerrero is

concerned that with 15 coffee

machines in Lyttelton already,

the new development could pull

customers away from the main

street.

“I hope it doesn’t take business

away from us.”

Mr Guerrero said most of what

he knew about The Woolstore

was from rumours – the only information

he had received about

it was from a flyer.

Super restaurant manager

Niko Bennett said the development

sounded like it will be

similar to The Tannery complex

in Woolston – something people

will come from the other side of

town to see.

But it needs to serve the needs

of locals too, he said.

Mr Bennett said some retail

shops “would be nice” because

there are things he cannot find in

Lyttelton which he has to drive

into the city to buy.

“Lyttelton’s pretty full of cafes

already,” he said. But a late night

restaurant or an art gallery could

work.

Knight Frank real estate

is in charge of leasing the

development. Its real estate

director Craig Edwards said “we

envisage that [The Woolstore]

tenants will mostly feature

locally-owned, established

businesses. They’re passionate

people who have a clear point of

difference in the market.”

Mr Edwards said its has had

expressions of interest from craft

beer brewers and experts from

A range of food and

beverage joints currently

operate within Lyttelton.

Bay Harbour News

counted 20 restaurants,

cafes and bars from fine

dining through to takeout

food

•Bars: Wunderbar, Civil and

Naval, Fat Tony’s, Hell Fire

Club, Eruption Brewing,

Lyttelton Club

•Restaurants/food outlets:

Super, Roots Restaurant,

Freemans Dining Room,

London Fish & Chips,

Nama Sushi, Everest

Indian Restaurant, Sherpa

Kai, Fisherman’s Wharf,

Lyttelton Bakery

•Cafes: Coffee Culture,

Lyttelton Coffee Co,

Spooky Boogies, Shroom

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Saturday’s Create to Construct Art Auction was deemed a phenomenal

success, raising $30,740 towards saving the Governors Bay Jetty. Events took

a dramatic twist early on when a rogue gust of wind blew a large marquee

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saved and swiftly set up on display inside. Then it was standing room only as

auctioneer Clive Murden entertained a throng of about 150 people packed

into the hotel’s front room. A hotly-contested artwork by Sarah Harper was

the first to hit the $5000 mark. Only 19 people went home with a new piece

of art but many were happy in the knowledge their bids played a part in

raising a significant amount for a very good cause. Pictured – Selwyn MP

Amy Adams with Save the Jetty Trust chairman Simon Mortlock and auction

assistant Mel Dixon in the background. ​

Consent granted for

Diamond Harbour motel

• By Sarla Donovan

DIAMOND Harbour is to

get its first motel.

Ann and Rodney White

have been granted resource

consent to build a motel at

2K Waipapa Ave, next to

the Harbour Real Estate

building.

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a verandah and french

doors facing the street.

A covenant was placed

on the site in 2004 with

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the uses and appearance of

any building.

It stipulates that it should

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onto Waipapa Ave; feature

a pitched roof which “shall

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walls are required to

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required to provide parking

spaces for guests due to

the public parking already

available in the area, the

consent said.

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News

HORNCASTLE ARENA

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Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre – inviting.

Redcliffs Village Library –

celebrating local environment.

Black Rock House, Charteris Bay/Diamond Harbour

– bunker-like appearance.

Awards for outstanding architecture

A Mt Pleasant house described as a confident rebuild.

SIX BUILDINGS in the Bay

Harbour News area have won

accolades at the Canterbury

Architecture Awards.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre received one of three

awards for Planning and Urban

Design.

It was designed by Athfield

Architects to replace three prequake

buildings.

The jury said the “precedent

setting” library broke down the

traditional threshold to include

adjacent public spaces, while

inviting the community to their

new living room.

Redcliffs Village Library also

received an award, although in

the Small Project Architecture

category.

The library, designed by Young

Architects, was “an excellent

example of how a new building,

even when modest in size, can

enhance and celebrate the local

environment at both a social and

physical level,” the jury said.

Four homes won awards in the

residential Housing category.

They included a two-level family

dwelling between Charteris

Bay and Diamond Harbour

known as Black Rock House.

The Sheppard and Rout design

had a “bunker-like appearance

evocative of the old gun emplacements

located around the

harbour,” the jury said.

“On entering, however, the feel

of the house is completely different.

It has expansive views of the

harbour and a sense of lightness

and airiness.”

In Akaroa, a house on Maison

Rue Jolie by PAC – Paterson

Architecture Collective and

Glamuzina Architects was recognised

for its “exquisite response”

to the town’s French-inspired

vernacular.

And in Mt Pleasant, Borrmeister

Architects’ Mt Pleasant

House was described as a confident

rebuild which “squeezes the

potential” from a tricky hillside

corner site.

Last but not least, Enberg

House in Redcliffs, designed by

Mitchell Stout Dodd Architects,

was acknowledged for presenting

both sophistication and simplicity.

The house was one of the final

works by David Mitchell, one of

New Zealand’s finest architects,

who passed away in April.

The jury convenor for the

awards was Christchurch architect

Melanda Slemint.

Her fellow jurors were Wellington

architect Mary Daish,

Christchurch architects Charlie

Nott and Duval O’Neill, and

Michael O’Sullivan, who has

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Auckland and Lyttelton.

A house on

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And the winners are....

Last week we acknowledged our hard working team of Sales Professionals, Property Managers and Administration

Team at the annual Ray White Prier Manson Real Estate Awards. It was a terrific event and nice to share it not only

with our entire team but partners as well.

This year our winners were, (drumroll please!)

Number 3 sales, Matt Clayton, Number 2 sales,

Daisy Foldesi and our number 1 salespeople

were Simon and Paula Standeven who were

also acknowledged at the recent Ray White New

Zealand Awards as Number 8 in New Zealand

for Extreme Growth in their business. Ray Hastie

was acknowledged for his ongoing contribution to

Property Management, our Administrator of the

year was Sandy McGoverne (a 15 year veteran of our

business!) and the winners of the Prier Manson Cup

for overall contribution to the business were Simon

and Paula Standeven.

Ray Hastie, Paula Standeven, Simon Standeven,

Craig Prier & Michelle Prier

Ray White NZ Awards

Also at the Ray White NZ awards, Prier Manson Real

Estate was acknowledged for its ongoing commitment

and involvement in the local community. But to use

the old cliché, on the night, everyone was a winner.

Everyone on the team played their part to make it a

stellar year at Ray White Ferrymead and Ray White

Lyttelton. Well done!!

Patricia Van der bent

027 296 1408

Jan Edlin

027 433 8025

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021 156 5884

Marie Malone

027 489 8349

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021 633 669

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“ Daisy and her mum Marie were so lovely & helpful all

the way. Made buying our house a dream.”

(about Daisy Foldesi)

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I had were sorted out and I had a few issues with

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to make the process a smooth one.” (about Jan Edlin)

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Lyttelton pupils visited by ice ballet filmmaker

• By Sarla Donovan

PUPILS FROM Lyttelton

Primary School broke out their

ballet moves for celebrated

choreographer Corey Baker last

week.

Baker visited the school to

share his insights after travelling

to Antarctica last year to

create a world-first ballet dance

filmed on the icy continent.

The Christchurch-born

dancer shot to fame in the

United Kingdom in 2015 when

he toured his show Kapa Haka

Tale during the Rugby World

Ferrymead Mitre 10 helps clean up cemetery

IMPROVEMENT: The

team from Mitre 10 MEGA

Ferrymead left the cemetery

in a much tidier state.

Cup. During his visit, pupils got

to see his 4min dance film set

to Mozart, try on cold-weather

A MASSIVE clean-up of the

Lyttelton Anglican Cemetery

has left it looking a lot smarter.

Ten team members from

Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead

spent hours weeding, cutting,

pruning and mowing as part of

a community initiative called

Helping Hands.

Launched to mark the 10th

Anniversary of Mitre 10 MEGA

Ferrymead, the store is selecting

10 applicants whom staff will

help with their project.

They can be from individual

and/or community groups

and have a project that can be

completed within 10 hours with

the help of 10 team members.

gear and practice some dance

moves. Lyttelton School has a

long-standing connection with

ICE COOL: Corey Baker

with dancing children from

Lyttelton Primary School.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Antarctic research and supply

vessels. Baker’s Antarctic-inspired

piece is currently touring

with the Royal New Zealand

Ballet.

The UK-based choreographer

also visited Haeata Community

Campus, Yaldhurst Model

School and Hornby Primary

School.

The Canterbury St cemetery

was the first project to receive

help. It’s where the graveyard

scenes from Peter Jackson’s The

Frighteners were filmed and has

become overgrown in recent

years.

Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead

spokeswoman Leah Knauf

said the team from the store’s

garden centre worked from 8am

through to almost 6pm at the

cemetery.

“It was a mammoth task, but

we got there and did as much as

we could,” she said.

“It was cold to begin with

but once we got under way it

was fine. Everyone was hypedup

about the whole project

beforehand and by the time we

got to the end everyone was

just ecstatic with the amount of

work we actually did.

We could see the

improvement we’d made.”

Ms Knauf said people were

welcome to apply in store or

email marketing.ferrymead@

mitre10.co.nz to become

part of the Helping Hands

initiative.

Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead

was supported by Kiwicare

which provided moss and weed

killer and the city council which

helped with disposal of the

weeds.

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Sumner Centre

flagpole

could cost $13k

• By Sarla Donovan

A SINGLE flagpole outside

Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre

could cost up to $13,000.

The Sumner/Redcliffs RSA has

requested two permanent flagpoles

be installed to maintain tradition

and enable flags to fly at half-mast

when required.

Prior to the February 22, 2011,

earthquake, a wooden flagpole was

attached to the old Sumner Community

Centre building.

However, the city council says a

new flagpole would not only cost

thousands – but it may not fit with

the appearance of the new centre.

The issue was discussed at a

recent Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board meeting.

“Current staff advice is that with

the current design and build of

the external fabric of the facility,

flagpoles would detract from the

aesthetics of the building,” the

minutes of the meeting noted.

Temporary flagpoles were installed

for the Anzac Day service

this year – the first at the new

centre.

Staff are looking at other options

in Sumner. Sumner/Redcliffs RSA

secretary Robert Dun said it is

waiting to hear back from the city

council.

Twice a year we clear the Community Fund collection boxes at

Christchurch Airport and share the money across the community.

Kiwi dollars, international currency, small change from your cup of

coffee, plus a top-up donation from us, all add up for local charities

and community projects.

Ōtākaro Park Scout Group is based in the heart of the Red Zone. Its

Youth and Leaders learn through actively contributing to the area and

community in a number of ways, including cleaning up the cemetery at

Burwood All-Saints Church.

Charities and community groups

can apply for funds at

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Redcliffs pupils’

cross-country

at Van Asch

The Redcliffs School cross-country took place in cool but

sunny conditions at the temporary campus at Van Asch Deaf

Education Centre. Eight pupils qualified for the Canterbury

cross country zones competition on June 20.

SCHOOLS

READY, SET, GO: Year 5 boys Kiki, Luca, Kawa,

Liam, Bryn and Andrew are encouraged at the

start line by principal Rose McInerney.

KEEPING TRACK: The important job of recording

names and places went to year 5 and 6 teacher

Jess Richards.

RACING: Five-year-olds Harper, Pixie and Emily give it their all. (Right) – Year 8 girls Paige, Martina, Molly, Jade,

Jorja, Bella and Renee about to start their race.

PHOTOS: LILLY TURNER

IS BACK FOR A 5 th YEAR

The Christchurch Art Show is back for a fifth year on the 22nd – 24th

of June, at the Events Centre, The Wigram Air Force Museum of NZ!

This is a great

chance to get out

in the middle of

winter to view

and purchase a

wonderful variety

of artwork.

Opening Night

is Thursday 21st

June, 7pm. This

is the exclusive

opportunity to preview the exhibition. Ten

signature artworks have been created for The

Lawson’s Dry Hills People’s Choice Award

2018. These artists are, Marie Kjestrup Evans,

Joel Hart, Yana Meech, Deborah Fuller,

Susan Hurrell Fieldes, Odelle Morshuis,

Liz Turnbull, Esther Dexter, Lisa Grennell,

Janyne Fletcher. Their works are available to

see on the award wall, where you can vote for

your favourite.

Show days are 22nd June to 24 June.

Cantabrians can visit the South Island’s

largest art show and buy original quality

artworks from established and emergent

artists. All works are for sale, once purchased

you can take your art home with you to enjoy.

There is a wide range of styles and mediums.

Artists from all over New Zealand are present

to talk directly with the public about their

arts practices.

Saturday 23rd June

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night market

food trucks will

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Don’t miss out –

this show is well worth a visit! Tickets are

available online

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$30 each opening night. $10 each for show

days, 10yrs and under free, gold card holders

$8.00. Car parking is free, café onsite and

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TE PAE ON

TRACK FOR 2020

OPENING

01 Weighing an impressive 50 tonnes,

the 50 metre long main steel

roof truss for the auditorium was

recently secured into place.

02 The 1400 seat auditorium is

designed to be flexible and

configurable so different events

can be held simultaneously.

03 Looking out over Victoria Square,

Te Pae’s curved façade reflects

Canterbury’s mountain and

braided river landscapes.

Construction on Te Pae, Christchurch’s

new convention centre, is progressing

rapidly. This venue opens Christchurch

to the world. Having a central city facility

purpose-built for large-scale events allows

opportunities to promote our local strengths

and internationally respected expertise in

sectors such as primary production, earth

sciences, medical research and software

innovation, to an international audience.

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Already we are expecting 3000 visitors

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soon after Te Pae is scheduled to open.

Business event travellers typically

spend twice as much as leisure tourists

and ChristchurchNZ estimates

our city is currently missing out on

$90M in direct investment each year

by not having such a facility.

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will ensure we are once again able to welcome

visitors with an experience like no other.

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One meaning of Te Pae is ‘gathering

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An iconic landmark in our flourishing

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are interwoven into the striking

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Proposal to gift Maori

Reserve sparks debate

You said:

Gary Knight – As the contentious

issue of transfer of Purau

reserve to Rapaki Runanga

evolves as a platform of debate

and forum of opinion a sense of

rationale must prevail. If the city

council report supporting transfer

of this reserve from them to

Rapaki Runanga (Te Hapu O

Ngati Wheke) by revoking the

reserve status was biased, incorrect,

or had information omitted,

then queries would be raised as

to the validity of the civic documentation.

To reclassify the land

from recreational reserve to historical

reserve, would surely be

a realistic step to align with the

historic nature of Purau for all its

shared populace, any deviation

from this being demeaning for

them. Within this context, surely

the calibre of this possible land

transfer also possible anomalies

within it warrants a full public

consultation process prior to any

decision over this Purau land.

Roger Boyce – Yes, of

course, Purau Maori Reserve

should be transferred to Rapaki

Rununga. Returning the Maori

burial ground to Te Hapu o

Ngati Wheke is the right and

just thing to do. Purau Residents

Association spokesman Thomas

LAND: Ownership of the former Maori burial ground on Purau Ave is

being sought by local runanga. ​

Kulpe’s unpleasantly worded

attempt to characterise such a

transfer as ‘robbing Peter’ . . . “

– just because Ngai Tahu has a

lot of influence –”. . . is tiresome,

a historical misdirection and

partisan dog-whistling. In spite

of Kulpe’s claim to the contrary,

the Purau Maori Reserve, in

name and historically sacred

use, suggests the grounds should

be, by natural law, “private to

Maori.” To suggest otherwise

deliberately minimises commemorated,

historical, fact and

precedence.

Sarah Pritchett – The

rangatira Tiemi Nohomutu is

buried at the Purau reserve and

from what I understand much

of this area (including where

some houses have been built)

was an urupa (cemetery.) Purau

is one of the oldest Māori settlements

on the Banks Peninsula.

When the Greenwood brothers

arrived in Purau in 1843 they

began farming there without

permission from or payment to

the small hapu of which Tiemi

Nohomutu was chief. Only when

pressure was applied from the

then “Protector of Aborigines,

“Dr Shortland, was a small payment

made to the hapu. After

the Greenwoods sold their farm

to the Rhodes brothers the hapu

was restricted to a small reserve

as part of the Port Cooper settlement.

In time this history

was publicly recognised and

the reserve under which their

tūpuna rest be given back to

Ngāti Wheke to manage in a way

appropriate to them.

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Bus route ‘rethink’ needed

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Labour MP for

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Dyson believes

a rethink of

our city-wide

bus routes is

timely given the

Government’s increased

support for public transport

I WAS really happy when I heard

the news from Environment

Canterbury that it had taken

notice of public concerns about

its proposal to axe six bus routes,

and were offering a compromise

solution – until I read the details.

Some of the options are sensible

compromises but, in the case

of the 535 Lyttelton route, the

compromise is totally unsatisfactory.

The outcome for this route is

that it is scrapped, but the 28

service (Papanui to Lyttelton

via the city) is being extended

to include Rapaki. There will

be three morning services and

three in the afternoon, with no

other service during the day or

at weekends. There is now no

connection between Lyttelton to

Ferrymead or Eastgate.

I have heard some locals

discussing a “plan B” in response

to this service cutback. I will

certainly be working with them

USER FRIENDLY: Passengers on the 535 route from Eastgate

to Rapaki were the first to ride in Red Bus’ new smaller buses.

to see what better outcome we

can achieve for public transport

for people.

I repeat the point that I made

earlier in relation to our bus services.

It is time for a fundamental

rethink about the bus routes

and the reasons that people are

still not using them to the level

that is viewed as acceptable.

I know that Ecan is in the

process of preparing such a

document and it is badly needed.

The increased support for public

transport from our Government

can now be taken into consideration

with this planning. Simply

cutting back services is not a

solution in the long term.

The good news from ECan

is the increased support for a

predator-free Port Hills. The

work being led by the Summit

Rd Society, where people with

time to clear traps are matched

with people with spare funds

to buy traps is giving all of us a

chance to make a real difference

in our local areas – this is great

work. The predator-free vision

will be hard to achieve, but it is a

great ambition.

Learn the rules of boating

Knowing the rules makes

the water safer for everyone,

writes navigational safety

officer Gary Manch

ONLY THE hardy souls will be out

on the water this time of year. The

rest of us will be staying warm and

dry on shore, which gives us time

to prepare for the summer season

and even consider an online or inperson

skippers’ course.

It always astounds me that a lot

of boaties out there do not know

the rules for the area they are

boating in. I accept that there is

no requirement for the certification

or licensing of recreational

powerboat users in relation to

knowledge and skill.

That said, I believe we all have

a responsibility to at least be up

to speed with the Maritime New

Zealand rules, local navigation

safety bylaws and general vessel

handling skills. By knowing the

rules and adhering to them, the

waterways in our region will be

lot safer for all users.

In the absence of certification

or licensing, I think it’s important

that skippers take responsibility

for knowing and sticking

to the rules. A lot of boaties say:

“I have been boating this area for

years and nothing has ever happened

to me; it’s the others who

need to know what to do.”

This may be the case in many

instances but no one is perfect

and risk is always there. As with

any recreational activity, preparation

and knowledge is the key to

being safe.

A “day skippers” course is a

good starting point, and it can be

completed online or by attending a

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Former All Black captain

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in the event this year after his

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The seven-day international

event is an extreme crosscountry

challenge where mixed

teams travel day and night

across some of New Zealand’s

toughest terrain.

Organisers have announced

the 2019 event, which will run

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Akaroa.

The exact route the

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Akaroa will be kept secret until

the day before the race starts,

but they will be navigating,

trekking, mountain biking

and kayaking over an array of

different landscapes.

GODZone race director

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Late draw cuts Sumner’s prep time

• By Gordon Findlater

WHO ARE we playing this

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That’s the question Sumner

coach Martin Dodgson was still

asking yesterday morning as he

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their first match in the top six

Hawkins Trophy.

Since gaining promotion to the

premier club rugby competition

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finished in the top six of the

opening round until this season.

Their 12-32 loss to Christchurch

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third spot, easily their best ever

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The draw for the next round of

the premier metro competition

was released late Tuesday

morning by the Canterbury

Rugby Football Union. It had to

reschedule matches for clubs that

had to postpone their club days

due to flooding at the weekend.

The draw for Saturday has

Sumner hosting University on

what is still expected to be a

heavy track at St Leonards

Square.

“It’s not ideal,” said Dodgson,

who would normally start

his preparation on the

upcoming opposition on Sunday

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