Bay Harbour: September 05, 2018

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Do-or-die

The Redcliffs Park petition is

being tabled today

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SUMNER

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POSTER BOY: Sumner’s Wil Wright with some of his collection of famous movie posters, which he will be opening as a gallery in

summer.

Hollywood on show in Sumner

• By Matt Salmons

FILM BUFF and former soldier

Wil Wright is turning his

Sumner home into a gallery of

his more than 12,000 original

film posters.

As far as the avid collector

knew, it would be the first of its

kind in New Zealand.

“There’s a few private collectors

around, but they don’t really

have them out on display.”

The gallery would open this

summer in the home he and

his wife had moved into over

Christmas.

Viewing would be free, by

appointment and in every room

except the “bedrooms and bathrooms.”

“It’s hard to get it all out on

display, we’ve got about 12,000

plus pieces in the collection,” Mr

Wright said.

The former British Army gunsmith

said he started his collection

more than 20 years ago with

a poster from classic John Wayne

World War 2 film The Longest

Day.

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• By Matt Salmons

REDCLIFFS SCHOOL now

has all the money it needs to

start its rebuild.

The Government announced

a further $13.7 million would

be invested, bringing the cost

of rebuilding the school to $16

million.

Education Minister Chris

Hipkins said the funding was

in addition to $62 million announced

for the Christchurch

School’s Rebuild Programme

in Budget 2018 and was part of

$332 million announced in the

same Budget to support school

infrastructure.

“The funding I’m

announcing today will

bridge the gap between what

was originally budgeted for

Redcliffs School in the rebuild

programme and what is

required now.”

It comes as a petition from

Friends of Redcliffs Park to

stop the relocation and reinstate

the school goes before the

workforce and education select

committee today (see page 3).

In 2013, the school was

approved for funding in the

Christchurch School’s Rebuild

Programme to have its facilities

rebuilt on the existing site.

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PAGE 2 Wednesday September 5 2018

BAY HARBOUR

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from the editor’s desk

I’M NOT surprised Friends of Redcliffs

Park think their petition will fail when

it goes before a select committee at

Parliament today (see page 3).

The horse bolted a long time ago in their

bid to stop the school being relocated to

the park.

On page 1 today we report the Government has announced

more funding for the new school.

But Friends of the Park have made a very public point – a

view some connected with the school took umbrage to.

Bay Harbour News caught their wrath during our coverage

of the debate. We received numerous emails and calls, some

angry in tone, saying we shouldn’t be giving the park group air.

A tad surprising, given schools are places where balance/

fairness should be taught.

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Wednesday September 5 2018

News

• By Matt Salmons

A PETITION to try and

reinstate Redcliffs School to its

original site will be tabled in a

do-or-die meeting today.

Community group Friends of

Redcliffs Park has been fighting

for urgent legislation to prevent

Redcliffs School’s relocation to

the park since 2016.

A 208-signature petition

from the group was referred

to Parliament’s workforce and

education select committee last

month. A decision whether to

take the matter further is likely

to be made today.

Group spokesman Chris

Doudney said it was hard to

feel too confident about the

petition’s fate considering the

fight so far.

“I’d say we’re not very

confident at all. But who knows

though.”

It comes as Friends of

Redcliffs Park is waiting on a

report expected from the office

of the Ombudsman in March.

Mr Doudney made a

complaint against the Ministry

of Education to the Ombudsman

on behalf of the group on June

22 last year, noting the urgency

of the request.

“They said it would be ready

in March, but still nothing has

happened. Then they said it

would be in a couple of weeks in

April, then in May, then in June.

“In the meantime, the

Ministry goes ahead to demolish

the school,” Mr Doudney said.

In a letter sent to the

Ombudsman on August 17,

Mr Doudney said the group

was “very concerned that your

office is taking excessive time to

release your report.”

He said he understood the

Ombudsman could not direct

the Government to take action

with regard to the report, but

said the report would support

the petition in allowing the

group to take its concerns to

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Parliament.

Christchurch Central Labour

MP Duncan Webb presented the

petition to Parliament on behalf

of Friends of Redcliffs Park in

July.

Depending on the outcome

of today’s meeting, the select

committee may ask for more

information from the submitters

and arrange hearings of the

evidence from both sides.

If that happened, a report

would be prepared and used to

advise their recommendations

to Parliament.

In response to Mr Doudney’s

letter, Chief Ombudsman Peter

Boshier said the investigation

WAITING GAME:

Chris Doudney

says it is hard to

feel confident

about the fate

of the Friends

of Redcliffs Park

petition. ​

was “well advanced” but had

raised a number of complex

issues.

“All of this has taken quite

some time and consideration.

My office has been in regular

contact with Mr Doudney

regarding the progress of this

investigation. I appreciate there

is significant local interest in

this issue and it is my intention

to progress matters shortly. I

know this is important,” Mr

Boshier said.

Designs for the new school,

set to be built in Redcliffs Park,

were released last month, with

construction expected to start

close to the end of the year.

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Redcliffs Park group ‘not confident’

MALTWORKS VILLAS OPEN

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Fire rages, homes at risk

The Maltworks Villas in

Heathcote Valley formally

opened on Thursday. The first

residents of the villas moved in

during August last year and final

completion of the development

was expected for August next

year. The development included

three retail shops slated to be

built alongside the village.

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become the owner of the Lyttelton

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her business within the bakery

owned by her father Ian Scott but

last week took over the business.

In a post on the Glamour Cake

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Wednesday September 5 2018

News

• By Matt Salmons

ROCK-FALL RISK could thwart

plans for a memorial garden to

honour two Lyttelton men who

died in the February, 22, 2011,

earthquake.

The Norton Cl site, former

home of Owen Wright, was suggested

for a garden to remember

him and Ian Foldesi.

Land Information New Zealand

group manager land and

property Jeremy Barr said it was

“too early” to say if and how the

garden to honour the two men

could be created.

Mr Wright was struck and

killed by a boulder on the Major

Hornbrook track during an

aftershock while he was walking

home after ferrying people over

the Bridle Path from Christchurch.

Father-of-three Mr Foldesi was

walking the Stan Helms track

when the earthquake triggered

a rockslide that swept across the

track and carried him 25m down

a cliff face.

Mr Barr said LINZ considered

a variety of requirements in

approving transitional land use

projects.

“Because this particular

property was red-zoned due to

rock fall risks, the risk to life on

this site will be one of the issues

that has to be worked through in

relation to health and safety on

site,” he said.

As temporary caretaker of the

land, LINZ is able to approve

changes with short term impact,

up to five years.

Mr Barr said it wanted to support

the community through the

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Rock-fall risk could stop garden

HONOUR: A community orchard has been proposed as a

memorial to Owen Wright (left) and Ian Foldesi who died in

the February 22, 2011, earthquake.

application process.

Last Tuesday, garden organiser

Betty Purdue and two LINZ

representatives met on site to discuss

the options for the memorial

garden.

Mr Barr said LINZ was continuing

its discussions with Mrs

Purdue following the meeting.

Mrs Purdue and her husband

David live next door to the site,

formerly part-owned by Owen

and Megan Wright.

There were four existing apple

and pear trees on site, which Mrs

Purdue said Mr Wright had been

proud of.

“We had a very positive meeting

with LINZ, they were very

helpful,” Mrs Purdue said.

In spite of the rock-fall risk,

she said she was feeling confident

after the meeting and would now

need to “dot the I’s and cross the

T’s.”

“The next step for us is to

wait until we get something in

writing from [LINZ] to spell out

what we need to do legally for the

next step,” she said.

Mrs Purdue said she had spoken

to members of Mr Wright’s

family and all were supportive of

the idea.

“The whole family are quite

enthusiastic about the idea, they

think it would be lovely,” she

said.

A memorial seat for Mr Wright

had already be placed near the

top of the Major Hornbrook

track by his family.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Additional

$13.7 million

for Redcliffs

School build

•From page 1

However, a decision was made

to instead relocate the school to

Redcliffs Park.

Mr Hipkins said demolition of

buildings on the old site was expected

to start next

month, with construction

of the new

site slated to start

later in the year

with an estimated

opening in 2020.

It has been a long Chris Hipkins

process to get to

the point of starting the build,

Mr Hipkins said, and he was

“delighted” to confirm that the

Redcliffs School community could

look forward to a certain future.

“Once complete, the school will

have top quality learning spaces

for students and staff.”

The designs, released in August,

had the buildings on a higher level

so as not to encroach on the park.

They were also angled towards the

city to accommodate the views of

the park’s neighbours. The design

was configured to provide shelter

from easterly winds.

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News

Boards to

rally MPs

over policy

TWO COMMUNITY boards

are backing an approach to MPs

to reinstate an omitted enabling

clause in the High Flood Hazard

Management Area policy.

At their Monday meeting, the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board resolved to

join the Coastal-Burwood Community

Board in writing to MPs

Poto Williams and Ruth Dyson.

Without the omitted clause,

under the District Plan new

developments or intensification of

land use in the HFHMA is to be

avoided. The move comes as city

councillor David East calls for an

independent inquiry into alleged

tampering with the District Plan

in relation to the omission of the

enabling clause.

The boards made their respective

decisions after Canterbury

Coastal Residents United deputy

chairman Warwick Schaffer

sought their support from them

to approach the MPs.

Mr Schaffer hoped the MP’s

support would encourage Minister

for Greater Christchurch

Regeneration Megan Woods to

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Greater Christchurch Regeneration

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71 to fast track a district plan

changes.

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Best of Hollywood on display

•From page 1

“I was raised on the old black

and white movies by my father,

and that always stuck with me.

The old posters had some fantastic

artwork, painted by artists, it’s

all cast montages these days.”

Mr Wright spent 14 years

in the British Army including

service with the 5th Battalion’s

paratroopers in Sierra Leone and

five months of 2003 during the

opening stages of the second Gulf

War in Iraq with the Royal Irish

Regiment paratroopers.

After returning from Iraq the

film-buff got a job through a

friend in the United Kingdom’s

film industry, teaching actors

how to convincingly use prop

weapons on the sets of productions

like Atonement, Flyboys,

The Golden Compass and Dr

Who.

Three years later, he was accepted

for the New Zealand

Defence Force and moved to

Burnham, along with his collection.

After leaving military life

behind in 2011, Mr Wright spent

three years as a project manager

at the Art Centre before leaving

in 2014 to make a career out of

his collection and gallery.

Collecting original film posters

is not common in New Zealand

Mr Wright said, and he hoped

opening the gallery would

encourage appreciation for the

original material. “You can buy a

print of anything, but that’s just a

print. It has no age to it, no story.”

One of his favourite pieces is

from pre-World War 1 medieval

drama Ivanhoe.

“It’s from 1913 and quite rare,

I think there’s only three of them

left. . . It’s 105 years old and it

looks like a work of art.”

He also has a poster from 1937

adventure film The Mysterious

Pilot, about the real exploits of

famed aviator Frank Hawks.

As it is possibly the last example

of the poster, it had needed

extensive restoration.

“Our main focus is to save

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said many of

his posters,

such as Dirty

Harry, To Kill a

Mockingbird,

Rocky and

Blow Up

were the films

he grew up

watching.

these things which weren’t meant

to survive,” Mr Wright said.

None of the prints on display

were for sale, Mr Wright said

Funding would come from selling

duplicates on his website.

“But, if anyone has anything

hidden away, please let us know.

We’ll buy it off them to restore

and display it.”

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Your chance to vote on Collett’s Corner

Fire rages, homes at risk

Online voting is open to

select the winning design

for Collett’s Corner in

Lyttelton. Check out

the three finalists and

see what the 2300m²

mixed-use building

could look like. Voting

closes tomorrow night.

The winner and design

will be announced on

September 14

AHHA: Chance Encounter

The concept is based on creating

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Call to secure cattle

• By Emily O’Connell

FARMERS ARE being reminded

to check their fences after

another car v cow incident.

The latest reported incident

happened on Hororata Dunsandel

Rd last week. The motorist

was not hurt but the cow was

killed.

North Canterbury Federated

Farmers dairy chairman Michael

Woodward said there are a number

of reasons why cattle were

ending up on roads.

“Potentially it’s basic security

hasn’t been followed . . . there

could also be people coming

onto properties who aren’t supposed

to be there that then leave

gates open,” he said.

The crashes are a “good

reminder” to farmers to check

their boundaries.

“With mycoplasma bovis in

the district the need to run a

secondary boundary fence isn’t

a bad thing, especially if it’s at

a gateway then that provides

a double level of security,” Mr

Woodward said.

Rolleston woman Carissa

Maitland who hit a cow last

month on Lincoln Rolleston

Rd said she was lucky she was

driving slowly when the crash

happened.

The incident was “pretty

terrifying.”

She was driving home from

the Crusaders Super Rugby final

against the Lions on August 4

when her she collided with the

cow about 11pm.

Mrs Maitland was travelling

at 30km/h through road works

on the 100km/h road when the

cow “came straight out in front”

of her.

“I didn’t see it at all and so, I

didn’t even brake and it basically

kind of sat on my bonnet and

rolled back onto my windscreen,”

Mrs Maitland said.

The vehicle sustained significant

damage to the bonnet and

roof and needed to be replaced.

Mrs Maitland and the cow were

uninjured.

Her collision is just one of four

accidents involving cattle over

the past two months in Selwyn.

A 27-year-old suffered serious

injuries when she collided with a

cow in Burnham on July 19.

On July 12, former Selwyn

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100km/h, collided with a cow.

In July, Senior Sergeant Pete

Stills told Bay Harbour News

road accidents with cows were

a “good reason” for motorists to

keep their speed down.

“Hit a horse or a cow at speed

and you’re in trouble because

all you do is take their legs out

and they come up the bonnet

through your windscreen often,”

he said.

Selwyn District Council senior

animal control officer Steve

Clarke is advising people driving

on rural roads to make sure they

are aware of potential hazards.

“If you do see farm animals on

the road please report it through

our 24-hour line – 347 2800,” he

said.

NOISY: Engine noise from the huge dredge Fairway kept

some Lyttelton residents awake at night last week.

Dredge engines

cause disturbance

• By Matt Salmons

SOME LYTTELTON residents

were disturbed by the engine

noise from huge dredging vessel

the Fairway last week.

Taking to Lyttelton community

Facebook pages, some

said it was a nice reminder of

what living in a port town was

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Others wanted to know if the

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in port, and had been heard

by several residents last Monday

night.

The port company said the

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low frequency noise.

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While in port, the Fairway

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The Fairway was in port for

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INADEQUATE: The Lyttelton Seafarers Centre has been operating out of

temporary facilities since 2015.

Bid to increase support

for foreign seafarers

• By Matt Salmons

A community solution

needs to be found to

support increasing

numbers of foreign

seafarers arriving in

Lyttelton advocates say.

Almost 10,000 seafarers

already visited the port

each year, and that would

only increase as cruise

ships returned.

Lyttelton Seafarers Centre

volunteers have organised

a two-day conference

this weekend, after which it

would hold a public meeting

on September 9 to discuss

ways the community

could support their work

and prevent issues arising

from the increased arrivals.

Seafarers’ Welfare Board

for New Zealand chairman

John McLister said the

centre had met with the

Lyttelton Port Company,

city council and Banks

Peninsula Community

Board representatives in

March after a city council

resolution on the matter in

January.

“Council wanted to see a

level of care for seafarers in

Lyttelton that was outlined

by the Maritime Labour

Convention,” he said.

The group would meet

again this Friday on the issue

of whose responsibilty

the care of foreign seafarers

in port was and how any

solutions could be funded.

“The standard of care

for seafarers in Lyttelton is

extremely poor and does

not meet international

standards and a solution

needs to be found,” Mr

McLister said.

The volunteer run centre

on Norwich Quay was

“already inadequate” for

the volume of seafarers

arriving, he said, with

capacity for only 18 people.

Mr McLister said a community

solution needed to

be found so it could manage

higher numbers.

“Let’s get together and talk

about it, see what we can do.

“The public meeting

will clearly indicate what

level of care the Lyttelton

community wants for these

seafarers.”

Mr McLister said involving

the wider community

could potentially see seafarers

putting more of

their money into the local

economy.

As a signatory of the

United Nations’ Maritime

Labour Convention, New

Zealand was required to

provide a support centre at

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he said.

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Mounty will emulate his

older brother Tyler when

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Tyler said having his

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“That’s definitely the

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Playing locally with the

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“I enjoy every game. I always

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Often playing in the

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“We both try work harder

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Tyler said the Richmond

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about South Africa?

Yes, instead of going to

England, I decided to go to Cape

Town. Three of us headed off.

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worked there as a nurse during

the war and she waxed lyrical

about it. It was a magnet for us,

the idea of the wildlife and the

diversity that South Africa offers

at so many levels.

How was the journey?

I met my husband Bryan

on the boat, can you believe

it? He was coming back from

a long trip around the world.

He’s South African and he was

coming back to Cape Town for

work. We met there and we were

GROW: Green thumb Susan Kaschula at work in the Sumner Community Garden.

married and settled down later

on. I continued with nursing,

working in a village community

and the local hospital. When

my children were born I stayed

home to bring them up. Later

I worked with my husband in

mining recruiting when the

children were at school.

What was South Africa like

then?

Because of the country’s

volatile racial situation, this

was before Nelson Mandela was

released from prison in 1990, I

wanted to vote for change. Prime

Minister de Klerk wanted to hold

a referendum to see if we could

have Mandela released from

jail and work with the African

National Congress. But I couldn’t

vote as a New Zealander, so

in order for me to say ‘yes’, I

became a South African citizen.

I then became very involved in

peace movements. I was very

active in speaking to different

political parties and travelling to

peace forums in Japan, Ghana,

Zimbabwe and at the United

Nations. I even happened to

meet Nelson Mandela, totally on

an off chance.

How did that happen?

A group of us were at a retreat

in a big old house in Johannesburg

when we were asked if

we could move out of the main

dining area as there was another

group. Unbeknown to us, the

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whole ANC caucus was meeting

there to see how they would form

the new Government when they

were voted in in 1994. We got to

meet them, it was fantastic. Of

course, all the things we wanted

to ask, we were just struck dumb.

Then Mandela came out and

chatted to us in the grounds.

He had such a sense of calm

and nobility about him. He was

very tall, quite spare and slow

in speaking, but I was very impressed

by him, you could see he

was a leader you could respect.

What else did you do with

those groups?

I spoke to a lot of schools and

communities, teaching children

to respect each other, respect

nature and the environment. I

was involved with that for many

years and also enjoyed studying

philosophical teachings which

resonated with my own life

philosophy. I must say South

Africa was such a wonderful,

dynamic and diverse country

with so many different races and

cultures and it’s a very beautiful

country.

When did you come back to

New Zealand?

My husband and I made the

big decision to leave after 38

years. We were getting older

and were a little concerned with

some of the violence that was

going on. We came out and

bought our house in Sumner

at the end of 2010, just before

the earthquake. We were fine

though, we were out picking up

my two sisters-in-law from the

airport. They were on the plane

when it struck and they didn’t

hear the announcement. When

they got out of the plane they

couldn’t believe how untidy and

messy New Zealand was, with all

this glass and rubble all over the

ground. It took us five hours to

get back and we had no power or

water. We ended up staying up

in Auckland, when people heard

you were from Christchurch,

they just opened their hearts and

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Africa to Sumner

GNARLY: Etella Hungerford is part of the scholastic surf team

off to Gisborne for the national surf championships.

Local surfers on

international stage

Aaron Lock reports on

surfing prospects heading

into spring

Aaron's Surf Report

PEACEFUL: Susan Kaschula (left) in 1998 with Ela Gandhi, granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi

and a member of the South African parliament, at a peace initiative in Durban.

When did you return to

Christchurch?

We came back a month afterwards.

I later joined the Sumner

Residents Association which had

become quite dynamic after the

earthquakes. I was secretary for

quite a long time and I saw many

excellent community initiatives

because of those earthquakes.

Do you miss South Africa?

My three daughters and seven

grandchildren are still there. I

miss seeing my grandchildren

grow up, but we are in touch.

I phone and we see each other

at least every year. Of course I

miss my good friends too. I don’t

believe in looking back, but I’ve

got such good memories from

South Africa. It was quite an

adjustment coming back to New

Zealand, but I’m loving it.

How did you get involved

with the Sumner Community

Garden?

I started working with Bailey

Perryman who was involved

with the community gardens on

Wakefield St, but that got taken

out with boulders in the earthquake.

Because Bailey’s father

was an audiologist at van Asch

Deaf Education Centre, they gave

us some disused land which was

totally overgrown but it was a

great spot. In November, 2011,

we got it going on all-organic

principles. Out of that grew the

food forest and that’s been an

ongoing passion of mine. It’s also

an education centre for children,

it’s nice to teach them about

where food comes from and why

we like worms.

Was getting into the garden a

learning curve?

No, not at all. I’ve always been

a gardener. Even in South Africa

I had a huge vegetable garden. I

come from a family of keen gardeners,

on both sides, so it’s sort

of in my genes. I just love going

to the community garden, I feel

at home. I would say that’s where

my heart really is, in the community

garden, the food forest and

of course the justice panel that I

find so rewarding.

Could you tell me about the

justice panel?

After the earthquakes there

was a lot of tagging, which

didn’t help with the atmosphere

of poor, old Christchurch. The

city council really started an

aggressive clean up campaign

and as a result I was put in touch

with Te Pae Oranga, a pilot

scheme started in 2010. Instead

of the low-level offenders going

through the justice system, they

could come before a community

justice panel. There’s been such

a great result from these panels

that there’s not as much reoffending.

Sometimes there’s tears,

but they can talk and the idea

is to get them help. I find that

so satisfying. Sometimes it can

be really difficult but you come

away feeling like you’ve really

done something.

So, what’s next for the food

forest?

We’re just starting to get fruit

coming up, but it’s there for the

community in future. We’ve had

a wonderful crops of raspberries

and black currents this last season

and we’ve had a few apples

and other fruits. The artichokes

are coming along as well. But it’s

early days.

IT’S BEEN a cold start to spring

this week but the generally mild

winter has made for some great

surfing conditions overall.

The past month we have

enjoyed a consistent run of

easterly swells and fine sunny

days creating fun waves on all

the city beaches.

Most days have been under

head high which is great in

the winter as its means not too

many big paddle outs and ice

cream headaches.

One bonus of winter surfing

is the clean conditions, colder

temperatures mean we don’t get

the onshore sea breeze so often.

As we head into spring the

easterly winds start to increase

so after work surfs can be a bit

choppy.

The water temperature is

about average for this time of

year sitting at 10 degrees.

We should see a gradual increase

this month before things

really start to warm properly in

October.

The Canterbury scholastic

surf team is off to Gisborne

during the next school holidays

for the National Scholastic Surf

Championships.

There are several local surfers

in the team including Caspar

McCormick (longboard) and

Estella Hungerford (under-16

girls.)

Estella then heads to California

with the New Zealand

junior surf team to compete at

the ISA World Junior Surfing

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On the international stage

Paige Hareb finished third in an

important women’s qualifying

series event in Spain, this will

boost her chances at requalifying

for the world tour next year.

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a spot at the 2020 Tokyo

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The week ahead at home

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is building over the next few

days and into the weekend.

Hopefully we can get some

offshore winds to make the

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Break out your best dance moves

Fire rages, homes at risk

Currently on a break from

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spoke to reporter Matt

Salmons about new albums,

busy schedules and his

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Selwyn Sounds

BEST KNOWN for 1976 pop

tune You Make Me Feel Like

Dancing, English-born Leo Sayer

maintains a busy tour schedule.

Relaxing after his UK tour

with a family holiday in Italian

coastal town Porto Ercole with

partner Donatella, Sayer was

already looking to fit in an Australian

tour before the Selwyn

Sounds.

Perhaps surprisingly though,

it would not be the artist’s first

time in Lincoln.

Although he did not remember

much about it, he said he passed

by the area during a New Zealand

tour in the 1980s.

“I haven’t played a show there

but I’ve been in that part of the

world. It’s very pretty country,”

Sayer said.

Every year he said he pushed

his agent for New Zealand dates

and hoped the event in Lincoln

Domain could be a taster for a

future tour.

“It’s always a great audience

down there, I’m just sad I don’t

get there as much as I want.

When this came up I was really

excited.”

His last big event here was a

performance at Hawkes Bay winery

Mission Estate in 2014.

“We had a ball down there, it

was a really good one. I think the

angle was the Brits, but I’m more

of an Aussie these days.”

Based in the Southern Highlands

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Selfie and his personal memoirs.

“My life’s very busy, but no

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He was not sure if he would be

ready to showcase Selfie at Selwyn

Sounds, but he had been running

his band through the title track

of the album.

“Hopefully we can throw that

in, that would be really fun.”

As well as Sayer, former INXS

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Ross Wilson, legendary Kiwi

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Young lifesavers earn Totara awards

• By Matt Salmons

TAYLORS MISTAKE Surf Life

Saving Club members Louis

Clark and Georgia Stroud’s

leadership skills and talent were

rewarded with Young Totara

Awards.

Both Louis and Georgia had

competed across multiple sports

both at school and in their

own time and held leadership

positions outside of the surf

lifesaving club, either coaching

junior teams or developing sport

in their school.

Georgia has served as a

volunteer life guard since 2013

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Taylors Mistake Surf Life

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pair’s time with the club.

“It’s a pretty broad area being

judged. Each of them have done

some pretty amazing things.”

What we’re trying to achieve

is not just good surf life savers,

we’re looking to have pathways

to develop leaders. This

acknowledges that our pathways

system is working, that we’re

producing leaders.”

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was always looking to develop

members as both good life savers

and good community members.

Membership of the club had

fluctuated, but was growing, he

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before work would start.

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Storytimes

Today 10.30-11am, Tuesday

11-11.30am

Go along to the Lyttelton Library

where learning is encouraged

through a love of stories.

Storytimes is an interactive

programme including stories,

songs, rhymes and play. Free.

Sumner Library today, Lyttelton

Library on Tuesday

Great Library Seed and Plant

Swap

Today to Sunday, all day

It’s nearly spring and to celebrate

the season of growing and

greenery, Christchurch Libraries

are hosting seed swaps. Bring in

your leftover seeds to one of our

libraries listed below and we’ll

put them out to share.

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Library on Friday

Voices Against War

Today, 7-8pm

An exhibition on courage, conviction

and conscientious objection

in Canterbury during WWI.

A talk by Margaret Lovell-Smith

and Dan Bartlett will accompany

the exhibition.

Lyttelton Library

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Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Create ’n’ Connect welcomes

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your own creative project or

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St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Babytimes

Friday and Tuesday, 10.30-

11am

Encourage learning through

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programme including

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LSC Ceilidh Dance

Saturday, 6.30-10pm

Lyttelton’s annual Scottish

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Lyttelton Seafarers Centre.

Lyttelton Recreation Centre

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Monday, 7.30-9pm

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environment.

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treats on offer. From fresh

produce to freshly baked bread,

cheeses and free range eggs. Find

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sip on a coffee while taking a

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