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REMEMBRANCE: Stonemason Mark Robberds’ memorial sculpture to Sam and Paul Zarifeh (inset with Julie Zarifeh) will be

unveiled on the Esplanade on Sunday.


Seats to remember Zed boys

• By Sarla Donovan

LATE LAST year, two members

of Sumner’s Zarifeh family, Paul

and then son Sam, died within

three weeks of each other.

Paul Zarifeh died of pancreatic

cancer on November 23 last

year aged 60. He co-founded the

Canterbury Wetsuit Company,

later Seventhwave Wetsuits, in


Three weeks later, Sam Zarifeh

died after falling from a

raft on the Landsborough River,

inland from Haast.

On Sunday, a sculpture in

their memory will be unveiled

on the Esplanade and the occasion

marked with a community

mid-winter swim which the

family hopes will become an

annual tradition.

The sculpture was

designed and constructed by

Sumner stonemason Mark

Robberds after Paul Zarifeh’s

widow Julie approached him

about the idea.

“It is hard to believe seven

months has passed by since the

losses of our beloved Zarifeh

menfolk, Paul and Sam,” Mrs

Zarifeh said.

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BAY HARBOUR readers continue to

share their opinions on the issue that has

polarised many in Redcliffs - whether the

school should be sited at Redcliffs Park or


We run those views on page 4 today and also report on the

latest development regarding Friends of Redcliffs Park’s petition

to Parliament.

The group wants Winston Peters to fulfil a New Zealand First

pre-election pledge over the issue (see page 3).

On page 1 we report on concerns from a Scarborough resident

that a drone has been used to spy on her property.

Also on page 1 we preview a sculpture which will be unveiled

in memory of Paul and Sam Zarifeh and on page 5 we look at

the Lyttelton Festival of Lights.

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Focus on Peters over park

NZ First called

to honour

election pledge

• By Sarla Donovan

FRIENDS OF Redcliffs Park are

criticising New Zealand First

for what they say is a broken

promise to support the return

of Redcliffs School to its former

Main Rd site.

The group last week wrote to

the Acting

Prime Minister

and NZ

First leader


Peters calling

for his help to

“ensure that

the current

Winston Peters


but inherently

unsound decision made by

Hekia Parata is reversed.”

Spokesman Chris Doudney

said the reversal of former Education

Minister Hekia Parata’s

decision to move the school

from its former Main Rd site

was an important election plank

prior to the November, 2017


Since then, the party had been

“totally silent” on the issue, he


However a spokesman for Mr

Peters’ office said the rejection of

Ms Parata’s decision was based

on “information that we had

while in opposition,” and that

since then the party had worked

with their coalition partners on

an approach.

“That approach was to give the

decision making power back to

the Redcliffs community,” the

spokesman said.

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“After 353 submissions made,

60 per cent of those submissions

were in support of the fast

track option suggested by the

Government. The children of

the Redcliffs community need a

school as soon as possible. The

decision made is the decision of

the Redcliffs community.”

But Mr Doudney said most of

the supporting submissions were

from Redcliffs School pupils and


Close to 100 came from children,

Mr Doudney said.


Friends of


Park do

not want

the school

relocated to

the park.

“If you analyse the submissions,

you’ll see they are gerrymandered,”

he said, adding that

it was “unfortunate the party

had made this change of policy.”

Meanwhile, a petition asking

Parliament to return Redcliffs

School to its former home has

collected 149 signatures.

Organised by Friends of Redcliffs

Park, the petition calls for

urgent legislation enabling the

school to reopen on its former

Main Rd site.

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Wednesday June 27 2018

Your Local Views

Readers continue to debate

the Redcliffs School move

and Friends of Redcliffs

Park’s bid to stop it from

rebuilding at the park.

The group is circulating

a petition to take to


D Moorcroft Critchley – I

totally agree with the comments

made by Redcliffs School

principal, Rose McInerney and

the school board of trustees.

I feel that the petition was illtimed,

insensitive and culturally


Whether in agreement or

not, Redcliffs School will not be

returning to the Main Rd site.

That has been made crystal clear.

The decision has been made, and

sadly this has created division

within the community.

While respecting those who

oppose this, it is time to let go

and move on. Furthermore,

the personal attacks made

against the school principal

are unwarranted and totally

unfair. The long and demanding

process has been transparent and

democratic throughout. There

have been ample opportunities

during public consultations

for those affected to have their

say. We live in a democracy

and the majority have spoken.

The community will not be

deterred from their mission – to

finally return Redcliffs school

to Redcliffs. They have shown

great resolve, commitment and

determination throughout this

endeavour. This will continue.

A line needs to be drawn in the

sand now. The whole community

needs to come together

to discuss and resolve the

differences and concerns clearly

evident. This has always been a

priority for the school to engage

in, as they understand there are

some who are disappointed with

the outcome. My sincere thanks

to Rose, the board of trustees,

the parents, tamariki and the

community for their support

during this difficult struggle. Kia


Christine Kirkland – I’ve

had three children attend

Redcliffs School on the old site

and know it well.

The buildings have not

DIVISION: The Government’s

move to shift Redcliffs

School onto Redcliffs Park

has divided the community.

deteriorated to any extent since

the earthquakes. Safety from the

rock face behind is now greatly

reduced since the loose rocks

have been brought down, so even

in an almighty new earthquake,

the rocks that might fall would

not reach out as far as the

original ones did.

The safety on that site is as

good as anywhere around that

neighbourhood or on the hills.

The original explanation that

children returning to the site

who were there at the time

of the earthquake would be

traumatised is totally irrelevant

now, as all children – even fiveyear-olds

at the time – will have

left school. The flood-prone park

will be a massively expensive site

to relocate the school to, due to

having to raise the buildings up,

put ramps and steps everywhere,

and redesign the landscaping

to provide usable dry areas in

winter months.

Neighbours who paid for

their location beside a park and

allowing views to the water will

have their properties massively

devalued. Access to school

grounds will require children

to cross the very busy Main Rd

in far greater numbers than on

the original site. It is not a wide

road and traffic build up around

that area is bad. If the original

site is to be turned into a park,

which will obviously be used

by people, and probably the

school children, how can that be

justified, when it is deemed to

be unsafe as a school location?

I seriously do not believe the

original site is dangerous enough

to abandon.

Richard Jones – I would

build a pre-fab by the road

running down the fence line

where the swimming pool was

(just two rooms initially). The

old building might eventually

come down and the hockey field

moved at a right angle. That

corner should be utilised as it’s

further from the cliff. Out the

back, build one (or even two

parallel) large stone walls like

they have at Sumner (where the

Marine Hotel was).

Samuel Zelter – The

arguments for moving the school

to Redcliffs Park are illogical and

purely political in nature.

The threat of rockfall: The

Redcliffs Park site is 20m from

the base of the cliff around Moa

Bone Cave. The back boundary

of the unadjusted Redcliffs

School site is in excess of 40m

from the cliffs.

The size of the sites: Redcliffs

Park is not a similar size to

Redcliffs School. For the two

sites to be made equivalent, the

entire portion of school land that

holds the assembly hall, junior

field, junior sandpit, and former

rooms 14 and 15, is shaved off of

the school site.

Main Rd is dangerous: Both

school sites have a fence line

directly onto Main Rd. Students

are one gate away from the busy

thoroughfare on either site, no

matter what. The Redcliffs Park

site is no safer than the current

site in this regard.

Developing a school in

Redcliffs Park requires city

council development rules to be

broken. The site is already floodprone

and sits about 1m above

mean sea level. In 50 years time,

the site will be regularly flooded

by annual heavy rainfall events. I

could go on with further points,

but these are the big four.

Sandy Thomas – When

will the Bay Harbour News stop

flogging this topic? How many

times has the siting of the school

on Redcliffs Park been allowed

ill-informed opinion space in

this publication?

Every time a page is taken

up pushing the views of a tiny

minority, the board of trustees

chairperson or the principal

patiently responds by reiterating

the facts. And now a blatant and

manipulative misrepresentation

of the school’s poroporoaki

(blessing ceremony) is given a

front page headline accompanied

by an irrelevant photo which

appears solely designed to draw

attention to the petition set

up by the aforementioned tiny

minority. Enough is enough. The

school has repeatedly stated that

its new design will show respect

for its immediate neighbours.

Let it go Bay Harbour News! It is

disappointing that a community

newspaper is choosing to

sensationalise this issue in such

an unbalanced way. What was an

uplifting, moving and respectful

farewell to the old school has

been completely hijacked by this

article. Whatever happened to

impartial journalism?

Editor Barry Clarke

responds – Bay Harbour

News has covered this emotive

and polarised issue fairly and

accurately, and will continue to

do so.

It would be a sad day for

society if news media didn’t

cover all sides of a debate, or did

not allow a minority voice to

have their say, simply because

it does not suit the agenda or

views of another group. Bay

Harbour News will continue to

provide our readers information

and updates over the petition to

Parliament and developments

regarding the school’s planned

shift to Redcliffs Park – without

bias or favour.

A responds to the

article about city council

transferring ownership of

Purau Maori Reserve to

Rapaki Runanga

Kathy Palmer – Return

Purau Reserve to the care

of Ngati Wheke. An urupa/

graveyard is not an appropriate

place for eating drinking and

sports, there are other reserves in

the area for such activities. If Mr

Kulpe wants to question the local

traditions, he can do no better

than go to Christchurch District

Libraries and check out Barry

Brailsford’s book The Tattooed

Land: Traditions of the Southern

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Street party, fireworks to close festival

The Lyttelton Festival of

Lights finishes on Friday.

Sarla Donovan reports

AN ART gallery that glows in

the dark is among the special

events in the 14th Lyttelton

Festival of Lights, which

culminates on Friday night with

the popular street party.

Along with food and drink

stalls, music, activities and light

art installations, Lyttelton

Primary School has teamed up

with microbiologist Siouxsie

Wiles to create Bioluminaire: a

glowing art gallery.

Two hundred pupils have

followed Dr Wiles’ formula to

create a glowing artwork in a

petri dish using bioluminescent


Lyttelton Primary School

principal Brendan Wright said it

was an exciting addition to the

festival lineup.

“Siouxsie is on a mission

to enthuse children with

both the art and the science

of bioluminescence. She’s a

wonderful science communicator

and we’re delighted she has

agreed to help the school produce

what promises to be a marvellous

new attraction for the Festival of

Lights,” he said.

Check it out at the Port Talk

building on the corner of Oxford

and London Sts.

Friday’s Matariki-themed

street party marks the high point

of the week-long festival.

Stages in Albion Square and

the family-themed Collett’s

LIGHTS: The annual Lyttelton Festival of Lights street party on

Friday will include the popular fireworks display.

Corner host a stream of diverse

performances from 7-10pm.

Events get under way with the

street parade at 7pm, then there

will be kapa haka, dance crews,

bands like The Settlers and The

Preservatives and a ukelele group

among the acts lined up to delight

the crowds.

The Lyttelton Port fireworks

display at 8pm is a must-see.

DJ Rang will host activities

for youth at the skate park on

Oxford St from 7.30-9.30pm.

Organisers recommend using

public transport to get there.

There will be two park-andride

locations in Christchurch

with buses running half-hourly

from 5.30pm on Ferry Rd outside

Countdown and from Chapmans

Rd, Woolston, by the corner of

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Enjoy some mulled wine


Curtin’s first Festival of Lights

was “quite a few years ago.”

Employed as a chef at Volcano

by then owners, Lois Ogilvie

and Peter Llewellyn Evans, she

helped at the street party, selling

mulled wine in front of the


And has carried on the tradition

since then. She remembers

those early years being “hugely,

hugely busy – we couldn’t pour

the wine faster enough.”

The street party has always

been popular, she says, except

for last year when numbers were

down a bit with the rain. But it

was still a good night out.

“It’s a really fun, social occasion,”

she said. “People do say

that our mulled wine is the best

on the street, we pride ourselves

on it. It’s a special recipe we

used when the Volcano was still

around: Lots of really good red

wine, nice orange juice, a good

splosh of port, some cloves, cinnamon

and honey.”

The festival has gotten bigger

and better organised over the

years, she said. “Project Lyttelton

does a great job.”

Her favourite part of the

night is the Port Lyttelton fireworks

display “and there’s some

amazing food on the street as


WINTER WARMER: Volcano’s Sue Curtin is ready with

supplies for her mulled wine stall at Lyttelton’s Festival of

Lights street party.


Stone sculpture to remember Zarifeh boys

•From page 1

“As a family we continue

to be immensely grateful for

the outpouring of community

support and kindness, and are

thrilled to now be able to share

this memorial as a focal point of


The stone sculpture will be

a place to sit and reflect “and

maybe also check the surf,”

Mr Robberds said. “The stones

themselves are significant as they

were foundation stones from a

Christchurch building.

“In many ways Paul Zarifeh

provided a foundation for many

surfers in Christchurch through

his business and through his

support of young competitive

surfers. Sam Zarifeh also

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Stonemason Ben West and

Sumner landscape architect

Cameron Rennie have also

helped Mr Robberds with the


To reflect the family’s love of

the outdoors, a number of special

stones from around the South

Island – including one that represents

Paul’s Palestinian heritage

– have been cast into the larger


The family has put out an open

invitation to the community to

go along and make a splash, “in

the Zed boys’ memories.”

Mrs Zarifeh extended her

thanks to Mr Robberds for

his “design, creation and

implementation of the sculpture,

and also, in advance, to the

numerous local businesses who

have generously donated prizes

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Helping kids deal with anxiety

Along with juggling

young families and

running businesses, yoga

instructor Jess Smith

and child psychologist

Emma Chapman started

up a series of mindful

retreats for the 9 to 14

year-old age group this

year. Based in Sumner,

they aim to help young

people manage the

complexities of growing

up in the 21st century.

They talk to reporter

Sarla Donovan

So why have you aimed the

retreats at this age group?

Emma: It’s a really good age in

their development to put mental

health strategies in place that are

a little bit more complex than

you could do with those under

the age of eight. Also they’re

really open at this age, they’re

not as self-conscious and you can

get a lot of good, honest work

done with them - would you say


Jess: Yeah, they’re very honest

and they’re not so ‘in their head,’

their answers come out really

fast. And they’re fun to be with.

Emma: We give them this

journal that’s got a whole lot of

stuff in there so that throughout

their teenage years as they’re

growing and processing things

more they have these tools. It’s

almost like we’re trying to not be

the ambulance at the bottom of

the cliff, we’re getting in before

all that and giving them tools to

go forward with.

What are the biggest

challenges facing ‘tweens’ today

and how are you helping them?

Jess: One thing is they’re living

outside their body, not inside.

They’re busy looking at social

media and everything’s so out

in front of them, there’s so much

ALL ABOUT THE BREATH: Jess Smith and Emma Chapman run workshops for 9-14 year

old’s, building resilience and teaching young people how to manage stress and anxiety.


comparison that they forget to

listen to that internal voice and

develop their intuition. Even

with yoga, I never teach that it

should look like this. I’m really

mindful of my language so it’s

more of an inquiry: ‘how does it


Emma: We need to be able

to feel all of our emotions and

know what to do when they

overwhelm us. Social media is

about the persona of what you

want the public to see and often

that’s just happy, lots of friends

and all that kind of thing. And

we’re saying hang on, let’s get

back to what’s real in life and the

fact that not everyone’s happy all

the time, so what do we do with

those big emotions?

Can anybody attend a retreat?

Emma: Anyone can come.

These are strategies for

everybody, you don’t need to

have anxiety or be stressed out.

We would only ever restrict

anyone from coming if they

were working really closely with

mental health services, meaning

that being in the group would

put them so far outside their

comfort zone that it wouldn’t be


How do you think the

earthquakes have affected

young people in Christchurch?

Emma: For my part I think

it’s a very useful tool during

the retreats that children have

had the shared experience of

the fight/flight/freeze response

during the earthquakes and

we focus on how this has built


Jess: Teaching them how to

breathe is a really important part

because as we know during fight/

flight the breath gets shortened

and the heart rate comes up

so we’re learning how to work

with that: grounding the feet,

coming back to the breath and

anchoring. It’s such a small

tool but it can go such a long


Emma: The breathing is a huge

part of our retreats. We come

back and back and back to it.

Can you describe what you do

each day?

Jess: I start with a 90 minute

yoga practice, maybe some

meditation, a little bit of art work

and then we have a break, have

some food and then Emma takes


Emma: Once they come to

me I usually do some psychoeducation

around their brains

and anxiety/stress, things like

that. So they’ve been grounded

by Jess and then unfortunately

I take them straight back into

their heads. But they’re ready for

it by then and it’s at their level,

just making sense to them as

why their bodies go into

fight/flight/freeze and things

like that. And then we work

through different strategies,

cognitive behaviour therapy,

acceptance and commitment

therapy, both of which work

really well with this age group

and it’s kind of up to them to

take those away and decide what

works for them and what doesn’t.

There’s lots

of homework involved with

that, and lots of sharing which is

really nice.

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Mindfulness retreats for youngsters

•From page 9

Jess: By day three I have to

calm everybody down, they’re so

excited and talking and there’s

this beautiful friendship that

starts between everyone.

Jess: We’re trialling one day

workshops because the four days

is a commitment and expense

and at least it gives people who

can’t take breaks during the

holidays an experience of what

it’s like.

How did you come up with

this idea?

Jess: Emma actually contacted

me. A good friend of her’s came

to one of my yoga retreats (for

adults) and she mentioned that

she wished her daughter could

have gone and I think Emma’s

brain lit up and she contacted


Emma: There’s nothing in the

market like it and for someone

like myself who’s a private

psychologist having to make

people pay $150 an hour to see

their children when I could

actually give thee same strategies

in a group setting . . . I just

thought we need to get this

out there. The mental health

service in Christchurch is

crazy, there’s a 28 week wait

or something like that to see

someone through the public

system. And although there’s still

a cost it’s very low compared to

what it would be

if you were doing it individually

with someone privately.

Jess: For me, yoga is in big

competition with rugby and

netball and just the A to Z of

activities. Kiwi kids have so much

on their plate besides just going

to school so when yoga gets put

on the table it’s kind of the last

thing a kid’s going to do so it’s

nice to offer it as something that

is going to benefit other aspects

of their life, not just physically.

You’ve run two retreats now,

what’s the feedback been like?

Emma: That it’s been really life

changing. They all want to do

it again. We have a form we ask

them to fill out at the end.

Jess: And they’re brutal!

(laughs.) As adults we’re so

conditioned to be nice but it’s like

“I didn’t like the food,” or “What!

Homework? I thought this was a


Emma: Then we have feedback

weeks or months later from

caregivers and they’re saying

they’ve really found it useful.


ACT: Yoga

teacher Jess

Smith juggles

her business

with raising two


They go away with quite a large

pack of things so we’re not just

saying do the four days and see

you later, they’ve got things they

can go back to so when the next

big thing comes up in their lives

they can go back to their yoga

mat that they’ve decorated for

themselves and all of the things

that they go away with that

makes it doubly powerful.

Have you made any changes

since running the first retreat in


Emma: Another big thing is

we used to just take girls and we

have decided to be more gender

diverse because of course there is

no need for it just to be girls. We

thought possibly it was going to

create a safe space but all genders

can do that.

And what does the future hold

for the Mindful Retreats?

Emma: We get a lot of really

good sponsorship from people

because we hate that people aren’t

able to come because of money

so ideally the government would

start sponsoring us and we could

roll it out across primary schools.

That would be where we’re

aiming for so we’re collecting a

lot of data so we can approach

government agencies and see

what they can do.

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Volunteers help

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There are many

volunteers making

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community, writes

National List MP for

Port Hills Nuk Korako

Last week was National Volunteer Week

– “ma tini ma mano ka rapa te whai”

(many hands make light work.)

Our chance to acknowledge and thank

those volunteers in our community for all

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Bridge club spans half a century

Sumner Bridge Club

will celebrate its 50th

anniversary in September.

Sarla Donovan reports

YOU COULD say it was rain

that created the Sumner Bridge

Club back in 1968.

A group of people got together

- mostly men - who worked

at the Lyttelton wharves, club

president Julie Cunningham


“The rules of stevedoring in

those days were that if there

was too much rain, you weren’t

able to work. So they used to go

indoors and play cards.”

Eventually they decided to

form a club.

They didn’t have premises

initially, but used the social hall

at the St John ambulance rooms

and the Sumner Community


Its first session was convened

with 27 players on September 9,

1968, in the supper room of the

community centre.

When a run-down

weatherboard house in Dryden

St was spotted for sale at a cheap

price, the club bought it by

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FULL HOUSE: Sumner’s Bridge Club president Julie Cunningham is ready to mark the club’s 50th

anniversary in September.


1970, the property had a 2017

capital rating valuation of


The debentures also funded

major renovations at the

This year The

Sumner Bridge CluB

iS 50 yearS old

a Jubilee Celebration is

planned for the weekend of

september 8th and 9th.

There’s drinks and dinner

on saturday evening and for

sunday, a morning of Bridge

fun, followed by lunch and an

afternoon Tournament

Present and past members

are invited to catch up with

friends old and new.

To order a registration form,

phone either Mary 384 3192

or Julie 384 5401

space is limited, so register

early. applications must be in

by august 3rd.

property, and because many

of the men in the club had

carpentry and building skills.

They set about gutting the inside,

changing around the layout and


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Mt Pleasant Bridge Club.

This time it wasn’t rain, but

smoke that was the cause.

“In those days, people smoked

tremendously, particularly the

men. After seven or eight years,

some of the club members asked

the offending smokers to desist

while playing but they refused,”

she said.

So a group broke away and

formed the non-smoking Mt

Pleasant Bridge Club with 40

members in August, 1975.

But after a few more years,

Sumner also went smokefree.

Today the club continues to

thrive, with members ranging in

age from their 40s right through

to 93.

Ms Cunningham herself came

to the game at retirement age.

Having grown up in a

generation where a lot of people

played cards - “there wasn’t

much entertainment in the

evenings!” - she still had eight

weeks of lessons before starting.

And beginners lessons are

still offered regularly at the

club, which will mark its 50th

on the weekend of September

8 and 9 with a get together and

drinks on Saturday followed

by entertainment, lunch and a

tournament on Sunday.



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Emotional match for Sumner

Nel to play at

St Leonards

one last time

• By Gordon Findlater

A TRIO of milestones will

happen when Sumner play New

Brighton in the ‘battle of the

beaches’ at St Leonards Park on


Both Tom Crozier and Josh

Loader will both make their

50th appearances for the club

while South African No 8

Dylan Nel will play his final

home game for the club before

relocating to Dunedin to begin

preparations ahead of the Mitre

10 Cup season with Otago.

“It’s a mixed bag of emotions.

Obviously I’m excited for what

awaits in Otago but it’s going to

be very sad to leave my Sumner

family,” said Nel.

It’s understood the club are

planning a ‘dress up like Dylan

Nel’ party after their match

against New Brighton.

“There will be a few tight pants

and low cut singlets,” said Sumner

coach Martin Dodgson.

The match is also very much

a must win for Sumner’s semifinal

hopes. With just three

matches remaining until the

play-offs, Sumner are in fifth

– just one point behind New

Brighton in fourth.

“She’s a very tight top six this

year . . . it’s going to come down

to bonus points,” said Dodgson.

Sumner’s last two top six

round robin matches will be

away to Sydenham and at home

against Christchurch.

On Saturday Sumner suffered

their first lost in the top six at

the hands of defending champions

Lincoln University 13-34.

However, Dodgson was happy

with the performance from his

team which saw them camped

on Lincoln’s line midway

through the second half with the

scored at 13-13.

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BARNSTORMING: No 8 Dylan Nel will play his final match for

Sumner on Saturday.


From there, Lincoln University

worked their way out of trouble

to score seven at the other end,

before scoring twice in the final


“We were much happier with

the performance compared to

last week,” said Dodgson.

“The guys were smiling

again and really enjoying their


The club will also celebrate

their annual ladies’ day on

Saturday where bubbles are

expected to be enjoyed under a

side-line marquee.

• By Gordon Findlater




NEW MAN: Aiden Barbour-

Ryan has made the switch

from Selwyn United and will

look to lead the attack for

Bays in the newly reformed

Southern League.

Bays enter new era


new frontier on Saturday when

they kick off the newly founded

Southern League by hosting

Nomads United at English Park.

The 2017 Mainland Premier

League champions finished third

in this year’s campaign to qualify

for the newly reformed competition

which last existed in 1999.

The top five teams from the MPL

are joined by the top three teams

from the Football South Premier


“Qualifying for this has been

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All of the guys are really excited

for it,” said Bays coach Danny


“The quality of the southern

teams is a bit of an unknown.

The long away trips and playing

on unfamiliar surfaces will be a

challenge, but it’s also very exciting.”

Bays face away trips to Dunedin

Technical and Invercargill’s

Southland United. However,

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they have drawn Queenstown

FC at home, meaning a

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The last round of the MPL was

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Mt Pleasant Playgroup

Thursday, 10.30-11.30am

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Friday and Tuesday, 10.30-


Encourage your baby’s

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When the sun has gone down, go along to the Lyttelton Library for Stories After Dark –

stories, songs and rhymes followed by crafts and hot chocolate. Library staff will entertain

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Twinkle Tots

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St Mary’s Church Village Hall,

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Akaroa Area School Fundraiser

Saturday, 7pm

Live Kiwi music from Rodney

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strategy to be developed with the when, and what funding would the vision would help people neighbourhood.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

“I’m confident Regenerate

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this to happen.”

City councillor Deon Swiggs

said it would need to work

around other developments

such as Turanga, the Spark

building, Aotea Gifts and the

restoration of Christ Church


“We’ve got to look at what is

happening, what’s in the vision

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Police have received 19 complaints

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But it appears the con man is

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Canterbury University criminologist

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• By Bridget Rutherford

PROMINENT Cantabrians

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the possible futuristic look of

Cathedral Square.

Plans for what the Square

could look like were released

by Regenerate Christchurch

yesterday after seven years of

debate and controversy over the

slow progress of the rebuild.

It includes three covered

pavilions, which would have

a “lattice-style” translucent

roof, which could host markets

and other events.

The long-term vision, which is

estimated to cost between $60-

$80 million, aims to bring people

back into the area, through a

series of interconnected public


The vision for the Square also

includes Cathedral Gardens

with trees and water features,

Post Office Place with events

and meeting spaces, and Library

Plaza with other people-friendly


Former mayor Garry Moore

said the plan was “brilliant”

while developer Ernest Duval

was not fussed by the pavilions.

The next step is for a delivery

strategy to be developed with the

FUTURISTIC: Plans released yesterday show what Cathedral Square could look like.

city council and stakeholders to

determine what could be done,

when, and what funding would

be needed.

Mayor Lianne Dalziel said

the vision would help people

think of the central city as a

destination and residential


Thursday, June 14, 2018

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Convicted killer involved

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A CONVICTED killer is back

behind bars after a spectacular

crash while allegedly fleeing


John Oliver Jamieson’s Subaru

Forester crashed through the

Rolleston dog park fence on


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smashed through the window

screen narrowly missing a

woman in the passenger seat.

Miraculously Jamieson and the

woman were unhurt.

He had earlier been recorded

driving at 180km/h on State

Highway 1.

A cut-down rifle was later

found by police in the vehicle.

Startled dog walkers said

Jamieson ran a short distance

from the vehicle before stopping

to see if the woman in the vehicle

was okay.

Police arrived soon after and

he was apprehended.

Jamieson was one of six men

“I’m confident Regenerate

Christchurch’s vision will allow

this to happen.”

City councillor Deon Swiggs

said it would need to work

around other developments

such as Turanga, the Spark

building, Aotea Gifts and the

restoration of Christ Church


“We’ve got to look at what is

happening, what’s in the vision

and what can we deliver.”

City councillor Jamie Gough

said it was a good starting


•Turn to page 5

IMPACT: The aftermath of the high speed crash on Saturday when this vehicle went through a dog park fence.


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Thank you for

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Fall Zones


To all of you who have had your

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the families in your community warm,

happy, healthy and connected.

You can be proud of the fact that you have allowed your

neighbours to stay warm, cook dinner and even charge

their mobile phones. You may not have realised that what

you’ve done has had much impact, but from all of us here

at Orion, we just want to say thank you.

Notice and Growth limit zones



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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

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

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Speaking to the NZ Institute of Architects about ‘bespoke

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