Bay Harbour: August 29, 2018

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• By Matt Salmons

ANN THORNTON wants to be

buried alongside her husband in

an environmentally friendly way.

But she is worried Diamond

Harbour’s eco-burial site will fill

up before her time comes.

The site, the first available

for both Banks Peninsula and

Christchurch residents, opened

in November with 12 plots.

Less than a year later, two plots

have been filled and the Green

Burials Group has an email list

of 70 people interested in ecoburial.

Mrs Thornton has lived in

Diamond Harbour for 22 of

her 83 years. Her husband of 60

years, Jim, died in October and

was the first to be buried at the

eco-burial site.

With no pre-purchasing

allowed at the site, she fears all

the plots will be taken up. “My

family are firm they don’t want

me to die soon,” she laughed.

“When people ask me and I

say I can’t be buried next to Jim,

they’re horrified.”

It was like a race she did not

want to win, but with a prize

she wanted, she said. And the

issue will be faced by others in

the same situation. She does

not mind if her plot is not

immediately adjacent to Jim’s,

but doesn’t want to be in a

TOGETHER: Ann Thornton hopes changes to the Cemeteries Bylaw 2013 will allow her and others in the same position to secure

eco-burial plots close to their loved ones.

completely different cemetery.

The only other cemetery with

an eco-burial area is Yaldhurst,

almost an hour away.

“But that’s a jolly nuisance for

my family, you know? Other

people are going to be in the

same position as me,” Mrs

Thornton said.

She hopes the city council

will revisit the issue during the

current Cemeteries Bylaw 2013

and Handbook review and allow

the pre-purchasing of eco-burial

plots for those who have partners

buried there. She also wants an

assurance from the city council

that another designated ecoburial

site will open in Diamond

Harbour in the future.

With the support of the Green

Burials Group, Mrs Thornton is

encouraging people to submit

to the city council on the Bylaw

review. Submissions close on

Monday.

On behalf of the group,

Mrs Thornton recently met

with the Banks Peninsula

Community Board to ask it

to consider the issue in any

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THERE’S EVERY chance people in hill

suburbs around Sumner are being spied

on.

One or two drones spotted outside windows

could be a coincidence. When there’s

more it becomes a pattern.

On page 3 we reveal another incident with a drone hovering

outside a Clifton Hill home.

The drone of course is operated by a human – and that is the

problem. The incident mirrors what happened to a Scarborough

woman in June.

Now the incidents could be totally innocent, but are likely to

be sinister – someone using a drone to peer into people’s windows,

or to size-up valuables inside to later break in and steal.

And a new reporter has started on Bay Harbour News. You

can find out about Matt Salmons on page 6.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Drone sighted outside window

• By Sarla Donovan

CLIFTON HILL resident

Catherine Sayer got the

fright of her life last week when

she caught sight of a drone

hovering directly outside her

second-storey window.

“It was terrible,” she said.

“It was 7am and still dark

outside. And it was definitely

looking through the window

into our living

area, I could

see the lights

on it. I was not

happy.”

The drone

flew off when

she went to

Catherine

Sayer

take a photo.

Mrs Sayer

said she had

since told police about the

incident.

“My first instinct was, this is

terrible, it’s seven in the morning

and people are getting up

and getting dressed and some

dodgy person is doing this. And

my neighbour said she saw (the

drone) as well and then saw two

people wearing hoodies running

down a nearby track.”

It’s not the first incidence of

drones being spotted outside

homes in the Sumner area.

INVASIVE: Clifton Hill resident Catherine Sayer says “it was terrible.’’

In June, Scarborough resident

Lucy Broadhurst was sitting in the

bay window of her house about

10pm when she spotted a red light

hovering about 20m away.

Initially she thought it was the

tail light of a car but recognised

the object as a drone when it

started hovering up and down.

Lyttelton Police supervisor

Sergeant Franco Lovrich said if

drones were repeatedly flying

over houses or appeared to be

looking into windows it should

be reported.

“We are always looking

for information that could be

used to identify people who

might be operating a drone illegally.”

Sergeant Lovrich said illegal

drone use was a problem nationally

and he didn’t think it was

isolated to Sumner.

It is illegal to use a drone

outside daylight hours without

special permission, or to film a

person or their private property

without their permission.

•Detailed rules around

flying drones can be found

at www.caa.govt.nz/

unmanned-aircraft/drones/

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from 2-4pm. A sausage sizzle,

face painting and music from

young musicians is planned for

the celebrations. The park has

been closed since May for the

installation of new equipment and

landscaping. The new apparatus

includes a mouse wheel, climbing

net, swing set and carousel.

SCOTT PARK ACCESS

A working group looking at

improved public access to Scott

Park met on Monday to fine tune

new design plans for the park.

The group was set up following

criticism the park’s layout was

blocking access to the foreshore.

Final designs are expected to

be approved at a September 24

working group meeting and then

go out for public consultation.

There is $150,000 set aside in the

Long Term Plan for the work to

take place next year.

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• By Matt Salmons

ABOUT 30 houses in

Akaroa went without water

on Monday after a leaking

water main forced the village

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Homes on Libeau Lane and

Chemin du Nache were most

affected, but the city council

recommended residents in

the town conserve water

until the leak was repaired

at 5pm.

City council reticulation

maintenance operational delivery

leader Steve Pink said

the leak was first reported

at 6.55am, with the location

identified at 7.10am.

The leaking section ran

under Libeau Lane, forcing

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A water tanker was

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Slipway delay ‘fortuitous’

• By Sarla Donovan

THE REPLACEMENT for a

failed $16,000 experimental

slipway in Moncks Bay has been

delayed – due to the extensive

“curing time” required.

A new slipway is needed

because one made of fibreglass

panels installed by the city

council last December – intended

to save money – turned

out to be too short, creating

an awkward

lip where the

panels were

connected to

the concrete.

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been cheaper

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concrete.

Now the

opening of the

sailing season is approaching in

late September, the Christchurch

Yacht Club is hoping the new

slipway will be in place ready for

their opening day.

It was originally planned

for the slipway to be installed

in June, but had taken longer

for the concrete to “cure” than

anticipated, Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

member Darrell Latham said.

Current planning is for the

large pre-cast concrete panels to

be lifted into place on September

11/12.

Dr Latham said the delay

had been “fortuitous” in some

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HEAVY: Two of these concrete panels will be winched into place this month to make up the

new Moncks Bay slipway. ​

respects because the project

planners had used the time to

revisit and enlarge the design

slightly.

The new slipway will be 8m

wide and 4.7m long and installed

so that there is no sudden

steepness or drop off.

The bottom has a ‘’bull nose’’

feature which will elevate it

about 50cm above the sea

floor.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Pipeline repair

work begins

WORK TO replace a defective

section of flood-reducing pipeline

in the Heathcote Valley began on

Monday.

The stormwater pipeline was

completed in February last year

as part of the three-stage Matuku

Waterway diversion project and

diverted stormwater flows from

the Heathcote Valley Drain.

The water was diverted from

Morgan’s Valley to the lower

Matuku Waterway on Cooks

Lane, reducing the risk of flooding

to nearby properties.

A section of pipe installed

downstream of the inlet was

found to have defects and would

be replaced by Isaac Construction.

The pipeline diversion ran down

Birdle Path Rd, with the defects

found near the intersection with

Marsden St.

Work to replace the section of

pipe was slated to take around

three to four weeks depending on

the weather.

City council said work was

planned to keep Bridle Path Rd

open for the duration of work,

with a short period of time where

it would be reduced to one lane.

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I enjoyed my brief time

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I came to journalism a

bit later than most. After

a stint as a student and

bartender, I crossed the

ditch in 2010 to live the

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I then moved to the

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• By Sarla Donovan

ELEVEN ARTISTS will feature in an

exhibition of miniature art works inspired

by items from the Lyttelton Museum

collection.

Ka Awatea, The Time of Awakening

opens on September 25 in a miniature

pop-up gallery installed at the new museum

site on London St.

It is the first of three exhibitions at the

site between September and December,

designed to activate links between past

and present.

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Llew Summers, Tim Wraight and Andrew

Lyons, along with Piri Cowie, Robyn Webster

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Eclipse blue, Fig, Grey tweed, Black. These are the comfortable

classic sizing from SM to 4XL which you know. RRP $ 159.90

SALE $ 80 Fig shade only, they sent the wrong shade.

$

SALE 118 $

124 $

128

MOLESKIN JEANS

Enjoy the comfort and proven fit of light weight STRETCH

moleskin jean. Colors of moss, olive, gunmetal. Sizes available

84 to 104cm. RRP up to $ 109.90

SALE $ 64 or 2 for $ 80

CASUAL PANTS

Summer weight cotton casual in shades of Putty or Khaki

available in sizes 84 to 107cm. RRP $ 109.90

SALE $ 30 or 2 for $ 60

KNITWEAR

We have started the seasonal cull of our huge knitwear range,

pullovers, cardigans and slipons. We have separated out all the

‘must go’ items and marked them down drastically.

Slipons from $ 30 to $ 60

Cardigans under $ 80 to $ 125

Pullovers $ 60 to $ 90

JEANS

Navy STRETCH denim, summer weight, comfy with slim leg

84 to 96cm. RRP $ 99.90

SALE $ 38

CORDUROY PANTS - stretch cloth

We have various oddments in both sizes and colors left over

which ‘must go’. These are the Savane brand which you are

familiar with. This has now become a dis-continued line for us.

SALE $ 64 each or 2 for $ 80

or 3 for $ 90 or 4 for $ 100

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CHEF: Nia McDonald (left) and Jean Taylor with judge Al Brown at the Root to

Tip cooking competition national finals.

Nia and Jean cook up a

storm at national contest

HEATHCOTE VALLEY School pupils

Nia McDonald and Jean Taylor have

returned from representing Canterbury

at the national Root to Tip cooking

competition in Wellington.

A big focus of the competition was to

incorporate seasonal produce and use as

much of it as possible in their meals.

ARTS: Redcliffs and Mt Pleasant (right)

schools’ kapa haka groups performing at the

Aupaki Kahui Ako Cultural Festival.

Schools come

together for kapa

haka festival

THE AUPAKI Kahui Ako Cultural

Festival was held at the Sumner School

hall last week.

It gave performers within the Aupaki

cluster – which includes Heathcote

Valley, Redcliffs, Sumner, Lyttelton,

Mt Pleasant and Star of the Sea schools

as well as Linwood College – an

opportunity to come together to share

musical and cultural performances.

The annual event gives kapa haka

groups the chance to practice their

The year 6 pupils received a score of

87/100 from the judges, which included

television chef Al Brown.

They made a yam and kumara creole

gratin and an apple and rhubarb crumble

with lemon, honey and walnuts.

The winning team from Northland

scored 94/100 with a gourmet burger.

performance before taking part in the

Primary Schools Cultural Festival at

Horncastle Arena next week.

Kahui ako (community of learning) is

a cluster of seven schools established in

April last year.

Principals and staff in the group

share professional expertise and

development opportunities.

The pupils also come together for a

range of sporting and cultural events

during the school year.


Wednesday August 29 2018

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Wednesday August 29 2018

Your Local Views

Easement

granted to

discharge

watewater

A LAND developer has been

granted an easement to discharge

wastewater as part of a 8092m 2

subdivision plan in Duvauchelle.

The developer of 21-23 Pawsons

Valley Rd has applied for

consent to subdivide the land

into smaller residential plots.

The developer will need to

discharge sewage and stormwater

into the existing city council

pipes that run alongside the eastern

boundary of the Akaroa golf

course which sits on reserve land.

Consent for the subdivision is

on hold, and the city council said

it will be up to the developer to

restart the process.

Because it is reserve land, a city

council resolution was required

to delegate the authority to the

Bank Peninsula Community

Board to grant the easement.

The golf course leasee has

given consent.

Another condition of the easement

means the developer must

pay $30,000 to the city council

“for the privilege of gaining an

encumbrance on the council’s

title.”

Ferrymead Rotary keeps kids healthy

Ferrymead

Rotary

member

Barbara

Crooks writes

about how

the charity

is helping

Bromley School children to

live healthy

Climbing: Bromley principal Scott Kinley giving a pupil some

climbing tips.

AS A teacher, Scott Kinley

knows the value of leading by

example.

So when some of his pupils

earned themselves a trip to

Christchurch’s climbing wall,

the Bromley School principal

needed little encouragement

to show how it’s done on the

school’s small-scale wall.

Eight children bound for the

YMCA climbing wall achieved

the highest reward in the

Healthy Heroes programme

at Bromley School. The programme,

the second sponsored

at the school by Ferrymead

Rotary, involved 50 pupils working

to achieve five challenges for

five days over nine weeks. They

received rewards at the end of

the third and sixth weeks. The

eight climbers-in-waiting met

all five challenges.

All the children in the group

learned about the healthy habits

taught, and can recite the challenges

and activities they did to

achieve the rewards. They talk

about how they not only did

their exercise at school, but also

managed all sorts of activity at

home.

Walking the dog was a

favourite, as was walking the

neighbours’ dogs which not only

meets the ‘exercise and being

active’ challenge but also the

challenge of helping others. The

children spoke about how they

enjoyed playing checkers and

other board games at home with

the family rather than watching

TV. They discovered that

stretching their minds could

be fun too. Getting enough

sleep was an easy challenge for

most of them. Eating well and

including three vegetables and

two fruits each day gives them

a chance to try vegetables they

hadn’t tried before.

The new Healthy Heroes website

provided the children with

new ideas on how to achieve the

challenges and has tips and links

to other sites.

Healthy Heroes, a Rotary New

Zealand programme, has been

running in some Christchurch

schools for almost 10 years. The

programme brings together

children, schools, families and

communities, with the aim

of building lasting habits to

prevent obesity and type-two

diabetes.

For more information about

Ferrymead Rotary and its community

projects, call secretary

Kai Tovgaard on 384 9485 or

president Roger Chapman on

384 1300.

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and support businesses in your community

Tutors’ commitment brings

results for students

A genuine commitment to helping

students achieve in education and concern

for what happens to them are what brings

the results for children tutored at Kip

McGrath Ferrymead, says franchise owner

Helen Hudson.

“As they progress through the sessions we

see them blossom and grow in confidence

with their learning and that’s so rewarding,”

Helen says.

The other key factors that set Kip McGrath

apart and contribute to students’ success are

that all tutors have to be qualified teachers,

and that students have the same tutor every

time they attend, Helen says.

“This allows the tutors to build a rapport

with their students. They work on an

individualised programme within a small

group of three to five students.”

Communication with parents is another

important aspect, Helen points

out.

“We have to be meeting the

needs of the children as the

parents see it, as well as what

we see is needed.”

Kip McGrath Ferrymead

has six tutors offering students

from Year 1-13 tutoring in

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There is also a focus on

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and for accelerant students,

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Each tutoring session lasts one

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once a week.

“We also offer one-on-one tutoring for

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want to apply for.”

There are several funding subsidies

Kip McGrath Ferrymead franchise owner Helen

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Registered Ngai Tahu members receive

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Country ready to end Metro’s dominance

SPORTS

• By Jacob Page

CANTERBURY Country will go

into their Craw Shield match against

Canterbury Metro on Sunday at

Kaiapoi on a high after beating

Southland Country 36-13.

After narrowly losing their opening

game to Marlborough in Blenheim a

fortnight ago, Canterbury Country

dominated at set-piece time to ease

past Southland Country in Darfield

on Saturday.

Canterbury Country coach Nigel

Smith said while he was happy with

their scrum and lineout dominance,

he admitted their defensive pattern

and skill execution on attack would

need to be better against Metro.

Canterbury Country have not

beaten Metro in 10 years,

“We dominated early in the scrums

and won seven lineouts on their

ball so that laid a good platform.

Not everyone has bought into the

defensive pattern just yet, but it was

better than week one,” he said.

“We identified the space well on

attack and ran hard at the line, but

our skill execution let us down. We

probably left 20 points out there,”

Smith praised Springston centre

Shaun Harrington.

“He ran the ball hard all day and

was defensively very committed. We

call his position ‘the edge’ and he

made sure there were no defensive

BIG GAME: Springston centre Shaun Harrington was impressive in

Canterbury Country’s 36-13 win over Southland Country at Darfield.

holes there,” Smith said.

“This weekend is our big game and

we’ll have to execute as best we can.”

Smith said, with the match

acting as a Canterbury B trial, he

hoped several players will put in big

performances to try and impress the

selectors.

“I’ve been really impressed with a

lot of our young talent and hopefully

that shows through on Saturday.”

Smith said players like Glenmark-

Cheviot blindside flanker Ben

Anderson and Waihora prop Jim

Cummings continued to impress.

“I’m not sure how Ben does it. He’ll

steal your lineout ball and he’s always

near the ball around the field – he’s

got a big work rate,” Smith said.

“Jim is a guy we picked

on a whim three years ago

and he’s got better every single game

for us. He solidifies our scrum.”

•Sunday’s match at Kaiapoi will

kick off at 3pm.

STAND OUT:

Waihora

prop Jim

Cummings

had a big

game for

Canterbury

Country

against

Southland

Country on

Saturday.

PHOTOS:

KAREN

CASEY

TOP TEAM: The year 8 Sumner School netball

team won the Canterbury primary school’s

winter tournament last week at Hagley Park.

The team is pictured courtside with their trophy.

Back row – Polly, Millie, Jazmin, Mele, Josie.

Front row – Lily, Holly, Ella. ​

Robin Slow | Brian Flintoff

Tohu

‘To Think’

‘A mark, a sign.’

‘Anything serving as a reminder – token of rememberance”

Little River Gallery shows for the second time a collaborative exhibition by Robin Slow (painting), Brian Flintoff

(carving) and Bob Bickerton (soundscape). This year they follow on in the tradition of visually forwarding

histories and stories to be reflected on and become immersed in.

Robin Slow an artist whose work is also held in private collections, galleries and marae throughout the country

has used paint to create traditional forms used in conjunction with natural forms. The method of producing the

work has a traditional background but there has been an evolving of techniques and materials. This series of

works takes some traditional tohu, be it in the form of the composition, the patterns created or the creatures. It

explores the past and present to produce another tohu and that is the sign towards the future.

For many years, Brian Flintoff has created taonga puoro (musical instruments) for players and musicians

throughout the country. Not only do these create unique sounds but he has carved into them the stories and

histories that are woven into their function. His works are held in many major galleries throughout the world as

well as collections and marae here in Aotearoa.

From the painted images, carvings and reference points each has used in their works, Bob Bickerton created a

CD to enhance aspects visually but aurally as well to form a piece to be contemplated on and be enriched by.

Tohu (signs) surround us manifesting before and through our differing senses. Presented as a-tinana

(physical) and wha wairua (spiritual) appearances, patterns, actions, sounds of the surrounding environment

encompassing the seen and unseen, the ora and the mate.

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Friday, 10.30am-noon

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House of Travel Ferrymead

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