Bay Harbour: June 20, 2018

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Tom reaches the ton

Sumner lock Tom Manley (tackling) played his 100th game for Sumner on Saturday in a historic day for the club, which also

celebrated its first top-six win by defeating University 21-14. The 29-year-old made the move to Christchurch from Liverpool,

England, in 2012 after being contacted by former Sumner coach Scott Robertson. Brought in as an international player while the

club struggled for numbers after the 2011 earthquakes, Manley was originally only meant to spend six months here. However, he

felt right at home at the club and after prolonging his stay, has now become the club’s first international to bring up 100 caps.

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• By Sarla Donovan

A PETITION asking Parliament

to return Redcliffs School to its

former home has collected 128

signatures in two weeks.

Organised by Friends of Redcliffs

Park, the petition calls for

urgent legislation enabling the

school to reopen on its former

Main Rd site.

It follows Greater Christchurch

Regeneration Minister Megan

Woods’ announcement last

month she would fast track

changes to the city’s district plan

enabling the school’s relocation to

Redcliffs Park.

Friends of Redcliffs Park

spokesman Chris Doudney said

he expected the petition would

attract strong support.

“Our experience is a lot of people

have been very supportive of the

idea of not taking Redcliffs Park.

I think the majority of people in

Redcliffs and Sumner think it’s a

mistake; that the (Main Rd) school

site is the best in the district and the

school should go back there.

•Turn to page 5

•Editor’s column, p2

•Your Local Views, p8


PAGE 2 Wednesday June 20 2018

BAY HARBOUR

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get in touch

from the editor’s desk

IT’S A newspaper’s duty to report all sides

of an issue.

And that is what Bay Harbour News is

doing and will continue to do over the issue

of siting Redcliffs School at Redcliffs Park.

Our front page article last week on the Friends of Redcliffs

Park’s petition to Parliament and the school’s farewell and

blessing, illustrated by the farewell, brought some swift reaction.

The school board’s response, is on page 8.

But some connected with the school who called me said they

didn’t want Bay Harbour News to report on the petition; others

didn’t want us to ask for reader responses we usually do through

our Have Your Say prompt.

That’s something we won’t do. Those people don’t have the only

viewpoint.

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Tank requirement deemed unfair

• By Sarla Donovan

PROPERTY OWNERS say a

requirement to provide water

tanks for firefighters is onerous

and unfair.

Under the Fire and Emergency

New Zealand code of

practice, a new house built in an

area without a reticulated water

supply must have an additional

45,000 litres of

stored water

available for firefighting

purposes

because of being

on a restricted

water supply.

Geoff Ettrick

David

Griffiths

and Peter Reeves,

property owners

at Birdlings Flat,

spoke to the Banks Peninsula

Community Board about the

water supply requirements last

week.

They said the cost and the

amount of space taken up by the

two tanks that were needed, was

more slanted to a “lifestyle block

scenario” than houses on an

urban-sized section.

Mr Ettrick estimated it would

take two tanks occupying about

17 sq m to provide sufficient

water.

A 30,000 litre tank retails for

around $4600 and a 15,000 litre

for around $3100.

“The whole thing is just

bizarre,” Mr Ettrick said. “At the

end of the day we’re being forced

to put storage there which is the

responsibility of the city council

or the Fire Service.”

They want a communitywide

approach to be taken in

Birdlings Flat, suggesting community

water tanks would be a

cheaper, more efficient option.

A FENZ spokesman said

the code of practice applied

wherever territorial authorities

had adopted it in their district

plans, but there was room for

negotiation.

“The code provides for developers

and building owners to

engage with us and territorial

authorities to determine appropriate

needs and ensure they

are met. That means that when

houses are close enough and the

terrain permits, water tanks can

be shared.”

WATER:

Property

owners are

unhappy

with the

requirement

that a new

house without

a reticulated

water supply

must have

an additional

45,000 litres of

stored water

available for

firefighting.

City council head of planning

and strategic transport David

Griffiths said the measure had

been introduced in 2015 after

the New Zealand Fire Service,

“through consultation under

stage one of the District Plan

review” asked that a water

supply for firefighting rule

be included for all residential

zones.

The board has asked city

council staff to prepare a report

on the issue.

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Awards for volunteers

• By Sarla Donovan

TENDING TO the needs of an

often-overlooked boat crew has

garnered civic recognition for

the Lyttelton Seafarers Centre.

The work of the centre’s

volunteers was recognised in

a special ceremony at the city

council offices on Monday.

Volunteer recognition awards

were presented to five groups

and 27 individuals from across

the city.

Having helped more than

10,000 seafarers in the last

three years, Seafarers Centre

volunteers co-manager Jess

Armstrong said she was “very

proud” her team of 21 had been

recognised for their hard work.

“Without them the seafarers

would be outside in the middle

of winter. They provide a

warm welcome and a place to

be. Without the volunteers, we

would not open our doors,” said

Mrs Armstrong.

Alongside practical assistance

with things such as cellphone

sim cards and phone top-ups,

they pass on donations of warm

winter jackets, hats, books and

food.

The award was accepted by

Mrs Armstrong and volunteer

CHUFFED: Lyttelton Seafarers Centre volunteer

Jenny McPhee (left) and volunteers co-manager

Jess Armstrong accept the award on behalf of

the centre’s team of 21. Carl Shaw, manager and

executive officer of Canterbury Charity Hospital

presented the awards.

Jenny McPhee who works at the

centre with her husband every

Friday night from 7-10pm.

Among the individual volunteers

honoured at Monday’s

ceremony was Jonathan Welsh,

who has been associated with

the Coastguard service since he

was a teenager.

The 41-year-old has given

thousands of hours to train,

train others, manage and

govern within Coastguard

New Zealand as well as being a

leader of volunteers saving lives

at sea.

He joined Coastguard’s

Sumner Lifeboat Institute in

1994 and became a rescue vessel

Master in 2004.

Ten years later he qualified as

a Coastguard regional instructor,

training and assessing volunteers

from Kaikoura to Bluff.

In 2016, Mr Welsh was appointed

to the Coastguard

Southern Region governing

board, bringing with him a

SERVICE: Jonathan Welsh has been a

Coastguard volunteer for 25 years.

valuable operational crew member

perspective.

Having grown up in Church

Bay, he has been sailing since

the age of seven.

“I’ve always been in and

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coaching, Coastguard.”

He also crewed on Larry Ellison’s

superyacht for a year.

The Coastguard work is

something he enjoys.

“It’s something I can do and I

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•From page 1

“It would not take long to

reoccupy. But I know that the

current school committee has

been forced to toe the Ministry

(of Education) line,’’ Mr Doudney

said.

Redcliffs School Board of

Trustees chairman Darren Fidler

said the terminology “toe the line”

was derogatory.

“All the board and wider

community has ever done is do the

best we can within the limitations

we’ve had,” Dr Fidler said.

The petition will remain

open until July 23 when it

would be taken to Parliament

for consideration by a select

committee, Mr Doudney said.

The group is also awaiting a

response from the Ombudsman

after laying a complaint one year

ago.

They claim the MoE was

“negligent and wrong” in its

consideration of the background

issues prior to making a

recommendation to then-minister

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Weight loss challenge

• By Sarla Donovan

NATIONAL LIST MP for

Port Hills Nuk Korako and

The Good Home Ferrymead

gastropub owner Andy Laloli

are going head-to-head on a

weight loss challenge.

Both have signed up for

the Cadence Eight-week

Transformation Challenge in

aid of raising funds for the

Cholmondeley Children’s

Centre.

And both have “big” targets

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15kg and Mr Laloli keen to lose

20kg during this time.

Their efforts are supported

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And there’s the fitness aspect.

He quotes a Maori proverb:

“Tama tu Tama ora, Tama noho

MAMILS: Nuk Korako and Andy Laloli are on a mission to lose

weight and raise funds for charity.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS ​

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Redcliffs School

principal Rose

McInerney and

the school board

of trustees – We

wish to express our

disappointment in the

way that Redcliffs School

poroporoaki (farewell) was

connected with a petition,

which goes against the

wishes of the school, on

the front page of your June

13 issue.

The event last Thursday

brought together more

than 300 members of our

community, from preschoolers

to grandparents,

to celebrate the memories

we all have of the school. It

was an emotional day and

an appropriate farewell.

All of us pictured out of

context on your front

page were extremely

uncomfortable being

associated with such an

inflammatory headline.

We’ve worked hard to

keep the emotion, and our

tamariki, out of the factual

debate around returning

our school to Redcliffs.

We did not make the

decision to move our

school to Redcliffs Park,

but we are supportive

of it as the only option

available to us to get our

school back into Redcliffs

without further delays. We

have been positive, open

and honest throughout

the long journey to return

our school to Redcliffs

and our poroporoaki was

an important next step

in this. Your front page

seriously misrepresented

this in a manner

which was extremely

disrespectful to all of those

involved and undermined

this positive next step.

The petition mentioned

in your article directly

contradicts our

responsibility to return

our school to our

community as quickly as

possible. This goal, and the

only options available to

us, have been articulated

in public forums and

through your paper

several times.

We have continued

to put in voluntary

hours within our

community, following all

consultation processes

and communicating

openly and honestly

with neighbours of the

park at every step. For a

petition to be put forward

regarding the future of

the school without the

knowledge of the school

does not display the same

COMMUNITY: Several hundred people gathered

to bless and bid farewell to the Redcliffs School

site.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

level of respect – the first

we knew of it was through

your reporter. There

have been three formal

consultation opportunities

for our community to

have a say in the decision

making.

Austin Ebert – I’m

all for Redcliffs School

staying in its old site, not

being built on the Redcliffs

Park.

Garry Waterreus

– Of course Parliament

should reverse its decision

and allow the school to

reopen on its former site.

Absolutely the right thing

to do.

Jim Wilson –

Parliament should

reverse the decision

and allow Redcliffs

School to reopen on its

former site. From the very

beginning, when Hekia

Parata, then Minister of

Education, declared the

site off-limits (and indeed

tried to close the school

completely) this affair

has been an absolute

disgrace. Experts have

repeatedly declared the

site safe, and even in the

February 2011 quakes, of

fearsome memory, rocks

came nowhere near the

school buildings. Redcliffs

Park, on the other hand,

is in danger of repeated

flooding and tsunamis,

and possibly also of

rockfall. To waste money

on entirely new buildings

on a dubious site when the

old buildings on a safe site

are waiting to be re-used is

utterly outrageous.

(Abridged).

Barrie Walker and

Jan Lisle – We are for

the school to remain on

Main Rd. The new site has

issues regarding future

flooding. Don’t move.

Ron Williams – They

will be a minority of

stirrers trying to stop a

very sensible decision for

their own benefit. They

are not caring about

the future children who

will use this school.

Rebuilding on the same

old site creates a safety

issue for pupils. It is a very

busy main road.

Brian Johnston –

The proposed site for the

new Redcliffs School is

a reserve for a very good

reason. The reserve is an

old refuse tip. A rubbish

dump. It is ‘illegal’ to

house people over landfill

or old landfill.

M Rule – I feel very sad

for the new principal of

the Redcliffs School when

she states: “The petition

has been organised by a

small group of neighbours

who were directly affected

in the loss of the park.”

She has absolutely no idea

what she is talking about.

It is the locals living here

who the school will need

in an emergency, i.e. fire,

burglary and earthquakes,

and now is not the time

for insults. It is the folk

living around the park

who with the help of

local police, provided safe

houses for the children to

stay at until their parents

arrived home from work,

after practising soccer in

the park.

(Abridged).

Kathy Palmer - The

current Government

should reserve the highhanded

decision of the not

lamented Hekia Parata

and subsequent land

swap decision by the city

council. The city council

is vocal about the risk

of rising sea levels and

increasing tsunami risk

due to climate change and

yet agrees to the building

of a school right in the

path of such hazards. Keep

Redcliffs School on its

existing site and repair the

existing buildings.


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WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 2018

[Edition datE]

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

cic

financial

protect | grow | invest

celebrating 50 years in the fina

The Life Insurance Industry honours Kevin O’Gorman

Kevin O’Gorman

Kevin O’Gorman has dedicated his life

to helping families understand and find

the value of insurance protection and

investment lifestyle programs. As the

Managing Director and Principal of CIC

Financial, a personal family experience in

his early twenties led Kevin to a profession

which enabled him to educate and support

families through their life cycle.

In September of 1968, just after he turned

21, he received a letter from his mother

informing him that she had Muscular

Dystrophy and only had about 3 months

to live. She asked if he could come home

to Christchurch from Sydney, where he

was living at the time. He returned home

to Christchurch and in 1968 entered the

Insurance business.

His mother passed away in January of

1969. Soon afterwards his father had a

stroke and was incapacitated. He died a

few years later. Subsequently, Kevin and his

wife Robyn had four children and the value

of Life Insurance became relevant in their

lives. While insurance can never replace a

mother or a father or any loved one, having

that support removes some of the financial

strain.

Kevin is renowned in the industry,

having spent more than 50 years bringing

reassurance to so many. He has offered

guidance when choosing life insurance,

programs for retirement, wealth creation,

family security and other cashflow choices.

He specialises in Insurance,

Superannuation, KiwiSaver and Annuities

(Life Income). During his 50 years in the

industry he has been a member of the

CIC Financial offices in the old historic Christchurch Railways Hall at

98 Carlyle St, Sydenham

Life Brokers Association and a member

of the Insurance Investment Advisers’

Association. He was President of the Life

Underwriters Association from 1989-1990

and the Life Brokers Association in 2009.

Kevin is the recipient of three Pinnacle

Awards, presented for outstanding service

to the Industry and he has been a life and

qualifying member of the Million Dollar

Round Table, where he qualified for “The

Top of The Table” International Award.

He has been the President or Board

Member of numerous organisations

including Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic

Parish, Marist Albion Rugby Club and

a member of the Board of Trustees for

Marian College.

Kevin has been applauded for his

commitment to the industry and for his

selfless dedication to insurance education

of his clients. His high standards are a

cornerstone of the industry as he presents

outstanding personal qualities, unstinting

loyalty to the profession, and exemplary

leadership.

In his spare time he is a keen sportsman,

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98 carlyle street, sydenham phone: 03 377 3693

please refer to our website for more detailed info www.cicfinancial.nz

Like CIC Financial,

we’re passionate

about protecting

New Zealanders’

way of life.

Congratulations to Kevin O’Gorman for an

outstanding 50 years in business.

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Congratulations

Kevin, on 50 years of

helping people build

their nest eggs!

Wishing you many more,

from the team at Booster

Partnering with Local Advisers

like Kevin who is celebrating

his 50th year in business

For more information about Kepa and how we can assist you

phone Cam in the Christchurch office on 027 529 7571


WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 2018

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

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cic

financial

protect | grow | invest

n for 50 years of service

Kieran Sutherland

and was a Division 1 Rugby player from

1969 – 1980. Having played 11 years Senior

Rugby for Marist Rugby Club, of which he is

a Life Member, he was selected and played

for NZ Marist vs Hawkes Bay in 1978. In

1985 he helped coach the Marist Senior

Side to their first club championship in 30

years. A member and captain among the

many talented players was Steve Hansen

the current All Blacks coach.

Kevin and his family have lived in the

beautiful Bay Harbour area for over 40

years. Kevin keeps active walking daily on

the port hills with his two dogs, and enjoys

cycling. Kevin has completed the Coast

to Coast several times and plays golf and

tennis, while also enjoying the odd fishing

excursion when time permits.

“Robyn, Kevin’s wife, has been an integral

part of the success of CIC Financial.

Filling many roles, she has made sure

that the administration and support

services have run smoothly, to provide

outstanding customer service” “As Kevin

moves towards retirement, his son-inlaw,

Kieran Sutherland, is set to take over

client management and running of the

business. In 2014, he moved home from

Melbourne and a career in finance and

accounting to take up the role of an adviser

in the business. With a background that

includes being a Chartered Accountant, an

Authorised Financial Adviser and being

passionate about clients lives, the business

and its clients are set to be in good hands”

“Even though I’m the one with 50 years,”

O’Gorman said with a smile. “I appreciate

being given the opportunity to work here.

The CIC Financial staff...from L-R - Sue Thom, Philippa Hancox,

Robyn O’Gorman, Kevin O’Gorman, Kieran Sutherland and Ash Vadada

Starting up and working for CIC, for me,

is my passion. It’s not just a job. I like to be

here.”

He added that his 50th anniversary

celebration is not just about him, but

about every client that has walked through

our door. “The people, it’s like they’re an

extension of family,” he said.

Congratulations from

to CIC Financial

on 50 years in the

financial & insurance business

Congratulations Kevin on

your 50 years in the industry

Celebrate life

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Community wants

to protect

medical centre land

• By Sarla Donovan

THE DIAMOND Harbour

community wants to protect the

future of their medical centre by

owning the land it is built upon.

The centre was constructed on

city council land in 1991 with

$25,000 of community

funds and a low rate

mortgage from the city

council, which has since

been repaid.

The city council leases

out the land at a “peppercorn”

rental and the

building houses a busy

medical practice.

Former chairwoman

and current secretary of

the group Mahony May

said in 2015 the land had been

put on a list of city council assets

to be sold off.

It was later removed from the

list, but future security remains

a priority given the expanding

population in the settlement.

“Our worry is that might

happen again. We want to get

a guaranteed tenure,” said Ms

May.

Ms May last week told the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board the group wanted to acquire

the land.

Board member Felix Dawson

said there was “no question” the

medical centre provided a great

service to the community.

“We need to ensure the place

has security. It’s a nobrainer,”

Mr Dawson

said.

Ms May said the

advantage to the city

council was it kept

people in the area

because they had a

good medical service

and district nursing so

people stayed longer.

The land had a

commercial value but

wasn’t really suited to residential

development, because the entrance

is through a community

centre car park, Ms May said.

“The best thing for us would

be just gifting and no money

exchanged. If there was some inbetween

arrangement we would

certainly be wanting to consider

it but we don’t want to be stung

with a very, very large bill.”

The board asked city council

staff to prepare a report on the

issue.

Felix Dawson

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​Tennis coach returns

• By Gordon Findlater

IT WILL be a homecoming

for new Redcliffs Tennis Club

head coach Jack Tiller when he

starts his new job next month

at the club he played for as a

junior.

Tiller, 20, will take on the role

on July 21 after spending the

last year in a coaching role at

Elmwood Tennis Club.

The position at Redcliffs

became available with the

departure of Evie Ruegg who

is travelling the world with her

husband. Ruegg has spent the

past four years growing the

club’s junior programme from

obscurity after the earthquake

to a now strong position with 16

interclub teams.

Tiller, who lives in Monks

NEW GIG: Jack Tiller will take up the head coaching role

Bay, first picked up a tennis

at Redcliffs Tennis Club after returning from Southeastern

racket as a six-year-old at the Oklahoma State University last year.

Redcliffs club before relocating

to Blenheim.

As a teenager, Tiller played

for Elmwood but still remained

towards a sports coaching

degree at Canterbury University.

involved with his childhood

Redcliffs currently has 77 junior

club whenever possible and is

interclub players and 38 hot shot

SPORTS

now excited to take on the head

participants.

coaching role.

“Redcliffs has always been a

big part of my tennis and when I

got a phone call to ask if I would

be keen on the role I happily said

yes,” said Tiller.

He recently spent a year at

Southeastern Oklahoma State

University in the United States.

It was there he caught the

coaching bug.

“Being over there you see so

many guys that are unreal at

tennis. The staff and coaching

there is great and what they told

me really clicked,” said Tiller.

“I realised it’s something I’d

really like to do, it’s cool to see

kids grow and develop new

skills.”

Tiller is currently studying

Club president Sue Cooke

was thankful of departing

coach Ruegg for the position

she has left the club in going

forward. “She’s done a great job

and has contributed greatly to

the club, in particular with our

juniors, she will be missed,” said

Cooke. The club is planning on

a leaving event for Ruegg in the

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Matariki Toi: Kite Craft

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Celebrate the wind and

natural resources of Matariki

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Materials and an instruction

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Sumner Library

Knit and Yarn

Wednesday, 10am-noon, and

Friday, 10.30am-noon

Go along to this friendly craft

session. Take your knitting,

crochet or other portable craft

project and enjoy time with

other crafters. Take a look at the

library’s range of books to get

ideas for your next project. Free,

no bookings required. Beginners

welcome.

Lyttelton Library on Wednesday,

Sumner Library on Friday

Storytimes

Wednesday, 10.30-11am, Tuesday,

11-11.30am

Encourage learning through

a love for stories. Storytimes is

a free, interactive programme

including stories, songs, rhymes

and play.

Sumner Library on Wednesday

and Lyttelton Library on Tuesday.

Email gilbert.wealleans@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Mini Music

Thursday and Tuesday,

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or $5 for two or more children.

Term times only. Email Eddie on

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Thursday, 4 Augusta St,

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Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Create ’n-Connect welcomes

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1252.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs.

Mt Pleasant Playgroup

Thursday, 10.30-11.30am

Enjoy a relaxed play in a light

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Sumner Libary Book

Discussion Group

Thursday, 11am-12.30pm

For those who love reading

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Places are limited. Phone the

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Babytimes

Friday and Tuesday, 10.30-

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Encourage your baby’s

learning through language.

Babytimes involves interactive

activities, such as rhymes, songs,

stories and play.

Lyttelton Library on Friday,

Sumner Library on Tuesday

Twinkle Tots

Friday, 10.30am

Practice social skills with your

under fives through singing

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 pre-schoolers followed

by morning tea and a social/

play time. The first session is

Red Zone Futures

Travelling Road

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3-5pm. See what’s

planned for the

602ha Ōtākaro

Avon River

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Barbadoes St

and Bexley, and

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types of activities

and land uses

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featured in the

area. Sumner

Library.

free and after that cost is $4

per family casual rate or $30

for a 10-session card. For more

information, phone Hazel 384

1965 or 021 077 1264.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

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Markets:

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delicious treats on offer. From

fresh produce to freshly baked

bread, cheeses and free range

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taking a wander around any of

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Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

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4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 2 living rooms | 1 dining room | 3 car-garage | 2 off-street parks | Listing #SM0016

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A fabulous lifestyle location with several

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My owners are moving on to the next

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sold, on or before auction day, don’t delay.

Auction date Thursday 28 June 12:00pm

(98 Moorhouse Ave, Grenadier House) -

Unless Sold Prior

Open Home Dates until auction day:

Wednesday, Saturdays & Sundays 12:00pm

- 12:45pm.

See you at the Open Home or for a

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contact Deb Beesley mob 027 280 8837

of Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead

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384 7950.

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BAY HARBOUR

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Four Grenadier Seasons Ferrymead

realty

Sumner

4 2 2 3 Mt Pleasant

4 3 2 3

17 Godley Drive

Perched on the upper slopes of Scarborough Hill and offering an enticing combination of liveability and

potential, this four-bedroom home is bathed in sunlight and embraces the mesmerising outlook and views

that are only available to those who are lucky enough to reside on the hills. Constructed from Oamaru Stone

and fully insured with all structural repairs complete, this home is still awaiting a cosmetic

upgrade, and the décor will inspire those who are seeking a renovation project or buyers who

simply want to introduce their own sense of style to the property.

Auction: Thursday 5th July

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0021

Alison Carter Ph 027 431 8960

9 The Terrace

Every now and again you visit a property that has the ‘wow, I just love it’ effect. This stunning quality built,

executive home is one such property. Maybe it’s mesmerising view, over the blue water, across to the city and

through to the majestic Southern Alps. Or the simplistic, yet superb interior styling. So if you are

in the market for a luxury property that offers generously proportioned interconnecting living

areas, sheltered, private outdoor living, an enviable gourmet’s kitchen and so much more, look

no further.

Auction: Thursday 28th June

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0016

Deb Beesley Ph 027 280 8837

Redcliffs 14 Gazelle Terrace

Redcliffs 8 Glendevere Terrace

Woolston 8 Okeover Street

Opawa 24 Ford Road

4 3 2 2

3 2 1 2 3 1 1 3

2 2 1 1

Auction: Thursday 5th July

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0019

Price: $769,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0024

Deadline Sale: Thursday 5th July

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5435

Auction: Thursday 21st June

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5412

Deb Beesley

Ph 027 280 8837

Deb Beesley

Ph 027 280 8837

David Searle

Ph 021 565 950

Joy Butel Ph 021 353 280

Alistair Hazeldine Ph 027 572 1555

Ferrymead 7 Teal Close

Heathcote 168 Port Hills Road

Redcliffs 122 McCormacks Bay Road

Sumner 116 Wakefield Avenue

3 2 2 2 3 2 1 2

3 2 1 2 3 1 1 2

Price: $495,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5431

Deadline Sale

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0018

Price: $595,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0020

Price: $629,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5423

Alison Carter

Ph 027 431 8960

Michelle Ward Ph 027 203 7858

Shaun Davey Ph 027 953 8860

Alison Carter

Ph 027 431 8960

Alison Carter

Ph 027 431 8960

Greg Powell

Branch Manager

027 274 6157

Alison

Carter

027 431 8960

Michelle

Ward

027 203 7858

Deb

Beesley

027 280 8837

Joy

Butel

021 353 280

Chris

Moores

027 588 4440

David

Searle

021 565 950

Kirsty

McLeod

027 226 5893

Liz

Lewis

027 453 0952

Sophia

Pratt-Miller

027 843 7102

Mandi

Ussher

022 621 5758

Ferrymead

Carol

Williams

027 282 4950

Dave

Elston

0274 593 165

Simon

Mutch

021 843 870

Claire

Savage

0210 314 342

Megan

Looyer

027 841 2335

Shaun

Davey

027 953 8860

Alistair

Hazeldine

027 572 1555

Lynton

Hubber

027 433 4141

Prue

Dacombe

021 752 348

Suzanne

Robin

027 271 4906

1020 Ferry Rd Ferrymead • Ph 384 7950 • harcourtsgrenadier.co.nz

Grenadier Real Estate Ltd MREINZ is a Licensed Agent Under the

Real Estate Agents Act 2008


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My HOME:

→ Wish - we’d been advised to insta l

therma ly-broken aluminium windows.

Had the money for central heating.

→ Hardest decision – forgoing a bath. Switching

Beaven’s ShadowClad spec for cedar.

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home: glass, cedar, plywood, steel, concrete

Xbond and luxe loop pile carpet.

Kitchen Zone

Ideas for budgets

big and small

The new Home & Leisure magazine will be given to all those who

visi the Star Media Home & Leisure Show (June 29-July 1), and

delivered to Christchurch PO Boxes and selected outlets around the

city. Packed with high-quality editorial showcasing the latest home

innovations – inside and out – this publication delivers its messages

with the same flair desired by home owners for their havens.

A perfect partner for a highly attended annual event.

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Cover image: Trends Kitchens

Magazine of

The Christchurch Star Company Ltd is not responsible for any actions taken on the

information in these articles. The information and views expressed in this publication

are not nece sarily the opinion of The Christchurch Star Company Ltd or its editorial

contributors. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information within

this magazine, however, The Christchurch Star Company Ltd can accept no liability

for the accuracy of a l the information.

The firs time I woke up with a cold nose in my brand

new home, I wa shocked. How could this be? The

cool, calm, co lected one and I had planned for our

home to be we l insulated against Canterbury’s

cold winters. Turns out, not we l enough. We’d

even assured a we l-meaning friend we had ample

insulation (yes, Duncan, you were right). I’ve worked out where we

fe l short in hindsight. Our home was designed by highly respected

Christchurch architec the late Peter Beaven, for a magic little

Port Hi l site, where he planned to live in with his wife Lesley.

Sadly Peter died before realising his plans. We bough them and

employed Archology in Sydney, where we were living a the time, to

prepare the construction drawings and specifications. Compared to

Australia, the R values for insulation would have looked high. Our

talented young builder, Sam McCarthy, would never have queried

the levels because they were standard practice around town. So it

wasn’t until we were living in the house and I consulted Council’s

eco design advisor Julie Vi lard about how we could warm it up that

we discovered, while we unwittingly thought we had exceeded New

Zealand standard, we had merely met Code. And that ain’t going to

cut it in our climate.

Fortunately Julie had plenty of ideas on how we could improve

the situation and we have easy access to our underfloor to top-up

the insulation. Julie Vi lard, an architect from France, is on a mission

to transform building best practice here and you can read abou the

groundbreaking ideas she’s applied to her own brand new build on

page 20.

I’ve shared the highs and lows of building with the other home

builders and renovators I interviewed and, like Diane (page 36), would

relish doing it again. I was struck by how a l the home owner said

what they most valued was the ability of their designer or builder to

“rea ly listen” to their wants and needs. I was also impressed by how

much Christchurch people love a good garage! We’ve got some ideas

for some top of their class cars to complement yours on page 81 and

how to quickly establish a lawn on page 72.

We review a l the lates trends in everyone’s favourite room –

the kitchen (page 48), and share an easy yet impressive recipe for

entertaining friends in your fabulous new home on page 77.

I hope Peter Beaven would be pleased with how the cool, calm,

collected one and I realised his dream. Go chase yours people!

Gaynor

Speaking to the NZ Institute of Architects about ‘bespoke

architecture’ being a ‘minority pursuit’ not long before his death

Peter said “I am going to try to prove that it’s possible to build

modestly and cheaply with a little house for ourselves. It’s going to

be sustainable and it’s going to be beautiful and it’s going to be just

cheap – no more than an ordinary spec house. I’ l prove that it can

be done, and it might be the las thing I prove.”

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Filters and Fountains

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Fire and Emergency NZ

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Generation Homes

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Generator Place

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Get A Gate

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GJ Gardner Homes

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Graphic Glass

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Happy Spine

Stand 27

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Health Co

Stand 29

www.healthco.co.nz

Heatsmart

Stand 38,40

www.heatsmart.co.nz

Hometech Solar tube

Stand 121, 122

www.hometech.co.nz

Hororata Community Trust,

Rainbow Print

Stand 13-17

www.hororata.org.nz

HRV Canterbury

Stand 205 207

www.hrv.co.nz

Ideal build NZ

Stand 10

www.idealbuildings.co.nz

Insulmax Insulation

Stand 60

www.insulmax.co.nz

Install Concepts

Stand 90,91

www.installconcepts.co.nz

Kalessi Bathroomware

Stand 68, 67

www.kalessi.co.nz

Kitchen studio

Stand 72 and 73

www.kitchenstudio.co.nz

Leisure Spas

Stand 92-94

www.leisurespas.co.nz

Lennox bathrooms

Stand 84

www.lennoxbathroom.co.nz

Lifestyles

Stand 139, 144

www.lifestylels.co.nz

Living House

Stand 45-49

www.livinghouse.co.nz

Logan & Smythe Associates

Stand 116

www.logansmythe.co.nz

Lonegoat

Stand 145 Taste Corner

www.lonegoat.co.nz

Luxe Brew

Stand 172 Taste Corner

www.luxebrew.com

Millen Homeware

Stand 110

www.millen.co.nz

Mitsubishi Electric

Stand 35

www.mitsubishi-electric.co.nz

My Eco

Stand 69

www.myeco.co.nz

Narellan Pools

Stand 178

www.narellanpools.co.nz

Natural Flow

Stand 59

www.naturalflow.co.nz

New Zealand Home loans

Stand 62

www.nzhl.co.nz

One Square Rate

Stand 88

www.onesquarerate.co.nz

Plus 2Wp

Stand 115,117

www.showshop.co.nz

PolarEnergi NZ

Stand 186 and 187

www.polarenergi.co.nz

Pool Land

Stand 120 + C1, C2

www.poolland.co.nz

Zenteq

Stand 36

www.zenteq.co.nz

Property Investors Club

Stand 129

www.propertyclub.co.nz

Readylawn

Stand 100

www.readylawn.co.nz

Redrockhats

Stand 23

www.redrockhats.co.nz

Resene

Stand 107-109

www.resene.co.nz

Rosebank Estate Winery

Stand 160 Taste Corner

www.rosebank.co

Sculptural Landscapes

Stand 16

www.sculpturallandscapes.co.nz

Show TV - Fryair air Fryer

Stand 31

www.showtv.co.nz

Show TV - Health Station V Fit

Stand 11

www.showtv.co.nz

Show TV - Hercules Hose

Stand 63

www.showtv.co.nz

Show TV - Nellies Wow Mop

Stand 7

www.showtv.co.nz

Show TV - Turmerix

Stand 9

www.showtv.co.nz

Show TV - Windowwow Window

Cleaner

Stand 33

www.showtv.co.nz

Showerdome South

Stand 135

www.showtv.co.nz

Shuzi NZ

Stand 114

www.showerdome.co.nz

Simx

Stand 20

www.smartvent.co.nz

Sincock and Till Audiology

Stand 127

www.staudiology.co.nz

Smartway Homes

Outside

www.smartway.builders

Smart Cities - Christchurch City Council

Stand 221

www.smartchristchurch.org.nz

Spice Craft

Stand 157 Taste Corner

www.spicecraft.co.nz

Springfree

Stand 130-131

www.springfreetrampoline.co.nz

Star Media

Stand 1-3

www.starmedia.kiwi

Stratton Bathrooms

Stand C11

www.strattonbathrooms.com

Sunshine Solar

Stand 53-55

www.sunshinesolar.co.nz

Synscape Synthetic Grass

Stand 168

www.unrealgrass.co.nz

TC Groundworks

Stand 138

www.tcgroundworks.co.nz

Target

Stand 195-197

www.targetfurniture.co.nz

Temperature Solutions

Stand 30

www.temperaturesolutions.co.nz

The Carpet Mill

Stand 151-156

www.carpetmill.co.nz

The Glass Room

Stand 21-22

www.theglassroom.co.nz

The Good Oil

Stand 148 Taste Corner

www.thegoodoil.nz

Total Finish Contractors

Stand 74

www.totalfinish.co.nz

Trident Homes

Stand 70-71

www.tridenthomes.nz

Unicorn Kitchen Bathrooms

Stand 46

www.unicornkb.co.nz

Venluree

Stand 77-78

www.venluree.co.nz

Venus Flooring

Stand 191-193

www.venusflooring.co.nz

VJV, Warmth NZ

Stand 75

www.vjv.co.nz

Whitehouse builders

Stand 39-41

www.whitehousebuilders.co.nz

Wright Hotspring Spas

Stand 26, 28

www.wrightspapools.co.nz

Yellow River Construction

Stand 103-104

www.yellowriver.co.nz

Z500

Stand 80

www.z500.co.nz


June 29 – July 1 2018 | Horncastle Arena | Friday, Saturday, Sunday | 10am-5pm

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