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DARRELL LATHAM says

he is resolute in spite of fellow

community board members

not coming out and supporting

his call for an independent

investigation into alleged District

Plan tampering.

The Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

member is facing a code of

conduct complaint alongside

Coastal Ward councillor

David East, Coastal-Burwood

Community Board chairwoman

Kim Money and deputy

chairman Tim Sintes.

The group said omission of

a discretionary rule in the city

council’s High Flood Hazard

Management Area policy was

against the intentions of the

replacement District Plan

independent hearing’s panel.

Without the discretionary

rule, also known as the enabling

clause, Redcliffs and Southshore

residents are finding it almost

impossible to build or extend

properties on 1486 sites within

a residential unit overlay of the

HFHMA.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community board members

who responded to questions from

the Bay Harbour News said they

agreed with Dr Latham that issues

with the HFHMA policy needed

to be resolved by the city council.

However, none of them

supported his call for an

independent inquiry into the

alleged District Plan tampering

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to take the disciplinary action if

it “got something done.”

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then I apologise. But that is

certainly not the reaction I’m

getting from the community.”

Mr Latham said he believed

the issue of coastal hazard policy

would “absolutely” be an issue

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action

resulting

from his

actions as he

was elected

to fight for

the residents

of Redcliffs.

at next year’s local body elections.

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THE CURRENT controversy over the

discretionary rule in the High Flood

Hazard Management Area policy will

become an election issue next year.

Darrell Latham has been a strong

advocate during his time on the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community Board.

His stand has landed him in hot water like David East, Tim

Sintes and Kim Money across the estuary.

But as we report today he is unrepentant.

That has to be good for those people in Redcliffs who have

land they will struggle to build on in the future.

Latham doesn’t have public support from his fellow board

members, or local MP Ruth Dyson.

But at least National list MP Nuk Korako has put his hand up

and said publicly what he thinks.

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Wednesday September 12 2018

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Petition clears first hurdle

• By Matt Salmons

A PETITION to try and

reinstate Redcliffs School on its

former site has cleared its first

hurdle.

A Government workforce and

education select committee has

allowed The Friends of Redcliffs

Park to give evidence before it in

Christchurch

next week.

It comes after

the group’s

spokesman

Chris Doudney

told the Bay

Harbour News

Chris Doudney

last week he

didn’t think

this would happen.

“I’m very glad they’re asking

us to answer questions,” he said.

While he had provided reports

on the validity of the former

site and ideas to improve the

old buildings with the petition,

Mr Doudney said he believed

he would cover the same information

at the September 19

meeting.

Mr Doudney said the select

committee would then likely decide

whether to continue taking

the matter forward.

If it did, it would eventually

present a report to Parliament,

giving the Government 60 days

to respond as to whether it

would take any action. The time

frame for compiling reports

could vary greatly.

“We’ve emailed the Minister

of Education and the director

of education in Christchurch to

ask to hold off demolishing the

existing school until after the

committee has had its hearings,”

Mr Doudney said.

“We haven’t heard back from

them, I just hope the bulldozers

don’t move in.”

However, the select committee

process won’t slow down the

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demolition or work on the new

buildings in Redcliffs Park.

Ministry of Education head of

education infrastructure service

Kim Shannon said the demolition

of the old buildings would

not be held off and would continue

next month as planned.

The ministry did not believe

the petition would affect work

on the new build either, she

said.

“It is worth noting that even

if, hypothetically, a decision

was made to keep the school at

its original site, the buildings

would require demolition to

CONDEMNED:

The Ministry of

Education says

regardless of

the outcome of

the Friends of

Redcliffs Park’s

petition, the

old Redcliffs

School

buildings will

be demolished. ​

ensure they were an appropriate

distance from the cliff faces,

and were rebuilt to modern

standards.”

She said the sooner the demolition

began, the sooner

the city council could proceed

with building sporting facilities

on site for the 2019 winter

season.

Mr Doudney said he believed

the demolition must be halted as

the petition was calling for the

buildings to be kept.

“If they take no notice of that

until a decision is made, where

are they legally?”

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cent said they were supportive.

There was also a strong preference

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support for compulsory socks

or shoes. The school is exploring

supply options and families

would be consulted on which they

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Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board deputy

chairman Jake McLellan would

not comment on Dr Latham’s

conduct, but did support resolving

the issues with the HFHMA

policy.

“We support that there’s a

problem here and it needs to get

looked in to,” Mr McLellan said.

Dr Latham’s fellow board

member Tim Lindley said he

would rather not comment on

the code of conduct complaint

against Dr Latham.

He said going to the media

was not “something I would do

myself” and wanted to see the

HFHMA policy looked at

through normal “community

board and council processes.”

Heathcote Ward councillor

Sara Templeton said she did not

feel comfortable commenting

on the disciplinary process but

agreed the HFHMA policy did

need to be looked at.

“It’s clearly a part of the

District Plan that needs to be

clarified and I know there are

processes under way to do that.”

Linwood Ward councillor Yani

Johanson also would not comment

on his fellow board member’s

code of conduct complaint,

but would present a notice of

motion to reinstate the enabling

clause at tomorrow’s city council

meeting.

“The key thing is to get this

issue resolved.”

Central Ward councillor Deon

Swiggs said he supported getting

issues with the HFHMA

policy “dealt with” but would not

comment on Dr Latham’s stand

or subsequent code of conduct

complaint.

The Bay Harbour News also

approached Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

chairwoman Sally Buck and

members Alexandra Davids and

Brenda Lowe-Johnson for comment,

but they did not meet the

deadline.

Dr Latham would not comment

if he wished his fellow

board members had made a

stand as well and said he could

not speak for them, only his own

actions.

Latham is resolute: ‘My conscience

CLAUSE:

Coastal Ward

city councillor

David East

(centre rear) at

last week’s city

council meeting

with councillors

Anne Galloway,

Jamie Gough

and Sara

Templeton

(right).

“I took actions that I would

expect an elected representative

to do for me,” Dr Latham said.

While the Redcliffs Residents’

Association supported getting

the enabling clause reinstated,

secretary Pat McIntosh said they

did not yet have a stance on Dr

Latham’s conduct.

Dr McIntosh said they would

likely discuss the issue at their

October meeting.

“We’d originally wanted to

support the reconsideration of

putting the clause back into the

District Plan as we believe it

belongs in there.”

Meanwhile, Cr East was receiving

a flood of support in response

to the disciplinary action being

taken against him, which could

see him asked to resign as a city

councillor.

Christchurch Coastal Residents

United deputy chairman Warwick

Schaffer said the group was

“absolutely backing David.”

Mr Schaffer said the city council

should focus on issues around

the HFHMA policy rather than

Cr East’s conduct. He said it felt

like “they’re shooting the messenger.”

As for the councillors from

the other wards affected by the

policy, he said it would be good

if they would “stand up” and

request the policy be looked into.

Cr East also said he has “no axe

to grind’’ with the lack of support

from his fellow city councillors as

they been told not to comment.

Said Cr East: “I am actually

overwhelmed by the amount I

have had. Not only from my own

community but Knights of the

Realm, MPs, business leaders

in the city as well as the local

residents of the city as those in

my constituency.”

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is clean’

Cr East said he would be “more

than happy to unreservedly

apologise” if it transpired he was

wrong and had been “led up the

garden path.”

Port Hills list MP Nuk Korako

said it was an appalling move for

Ms Dalziel to stand down Cr East

for “representing his constituents’

concerns.”

“The mayor needs to explain

why she has decided to side with

officers of the city council rather

than someone who is elected to

represent his area.”

Mr Korako said the people

who voted at elections expected

representatives to take stands on

their behalf.

Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson said

concerns around the HFHMA

policy needed to be addressed

but would not comment on the

disciplinary action.

Ms Dyson said the

“truncated process” required by

the previous Government had led

to a lack of public involvement

and “added to the tension and

uncertainty.”

“My focus will be on the

implications for people of the

policy and what better options

could be pursued. I will work

with our community board

and councillors to progress the

discussion.”

What the stand is about

• By Matt Salmons

THE CALL by Darrell Latham,

and others, for an independent

inquiry into alleged District

Plan tampering relates to

how that has affected coastal

property owners.

In question is the way sites in

a ‘restricted unit overlay’ within

the High Flood Hazard Management

Area are treated by city

council planners.

Christchurch Coastal

Residents United say a restricted

discretionary activity rule

recommended by the Replacement

District Plan independent

hearings panel – and meant to

govern sites within the RUO –

was left out when the plan was

implemented last year.

The restricted unit overlay

comprises 1486 residential

zoned sites within the HFHMA

which are only at risk from

future sea level rise – not river

or tidal flooding.

Property owners within the

restricted unit overlay have been

facing difficulty getting resource

and/or building consent because

without the discretionary rule,

under the District Plan the sites

are treated the same as any

others within the HFHMA,

whereby “new developments or

intensification of land uses . . .

are to be avoided.”

That discretionary rule is

what has been referred to as the

enabling clause.

• By Matt Salmons

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More community patrol

volunteers wanted

• By Matt Salmons

MORE community patrols

maybe seen in Lyttelton.

But more volunteers are

needed.

Sumner to City

Community Patrol

chairman Allan Bain said

the group managed one

patrol most days, but he

wanted two patrols, every

day.

“The more we are out

there, the less crime will

happen,” Mr Bain said.

“We’re a deterrent.”

Lyttelton Police Sergeant

Franco Lovrich said the

patrols were getting “a

bit stretched” with their

numbers.

“They’re out there,

reporting, keeping the

community safe by notifying

police of any suspicious

behaviours.

“They’re certainly a

value to the community,”

Sergeant Lovrich said.

Mr Bain said most of his

45 volunteers were retired

and could only commit to

four hours a month.

“We’d really need to

have some younger people

and people willing to do

more hours.

CRIME-STOPPING: One of the Sumner to City

Community Patrol vehicles. ​

“Ideally we’d really need

around 55 [people].”

While the volunteer patrol

had two vehicles, it had

not yet had them patrolling

simultaneously.

“We would really like

someone to do nights for

us. Saturday nights can be

almost impossible.”

The group covered “a fair

chunk of area” between

Sumner, Lyttelton and

Linwood and reported incidents

of tagging, suspicious

behaviour, property damage

or littering to police.

Mr Bain said the latest

city council statistics

showed the areas covered

by the patrols had some of

the “lowest levels of graffiti

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As volunteers, maintenance

on the group’s vehicles

was funded through

donations and fundraising

efforts. Fuel was provided

by police.

Mr Bain said members

normally did not leave the

vehicle on patrol so only

needed “good eyes and the

ability to walk.”

“We’re purely moving

police signs. If you see a

community patrol car, you

probably don’t want to

commit a crime right?

“You’re doing something

for the community, you’re

helping the community.

That’s the bottom line,” Mr

Bain said.

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Gun site walking tracks will be open

• By Matt Salmons

A MAJOR part of Canterbury’s

military history at Godley Head

will re-open to the public by

Christmas.

The three Godley Head gun

emplacements were built during

World War 2 as a counter-bombardment

battery to deter enemy

ships getting into range to shell

Lyttelton’s port facilities.

Department of Conservation

Christchurch operations

manager Andy Thompson said

they would not only re-open, but

the walking track would pass

through them and they would

feature artworks and signage to

make the history of the site come

alive.

“I might be pushing the envelope

and raising expectations,

but that’s what I expect,” Mr

Thompson said.

The emplacements had been

closed since June 2011, as damage

sustained in the February 22,

2011, earthquake and subsequent

aftershocks made them unsafe.

“They were built to withstand

shelling, not earthquakes,” Mr

Thompson said.

Consents for work to remediate

emplacements one and two

were with the city council now

and would likely go out for tender

soon.

Geo-technical reports indicated

the majority of the cliff

side area was safe, Mr Thompson

said, but the land around emplacement

three was considered

at risk of shearing off so would

remain closed.

To finish the work, Mr

Thompson said DoC would

need to clean off the more than

$100,000 worth of graffiti and

tagging damage done since the

site closed.

“It’s really tragic as we don’t

have the budget to clean that.

We’re working with Dulux on

a potential partnership to deal

with it,” he said.

TURRET: A

member of

the Women’s

Auxiliary

Army Corps

standing in

front of a gun

emplacement

in 1942.

Mr Thompson said one image

painted there, that of a soldier

sitting down for a cigarette, had

become a popular subject for

PIT: Andy

Thompson

stands in

one of the

now empty

emplacement

pits.

social media photos.

“It’s a really nice image that’s

in keeping with the nature of

the site. Other taggers haven’t

touched it.”

The same logic would be

applied in preventing future tagging

damage.

Mr Thompson said DoC

had enlisted Sydenham-based

graffiti artist Wongi Wilson to

paint murals of what life at the

emplacements looked like during

World War 2.

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• By Matt Salmons

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The idea is that taggers would

be less likely to vandalise the

work of a professional graffiti

artist.

“It’s a way of telling the story

of the site’s history through a

contemporary medium.”

Example’s of Wilson’s work

included panels at the Boxed

Quarter on St Asaph St, Cookie

Monster on Hereford St and

the hide and seek mural on the

side of the Unimed building at

the corner of Gloucester and

Manchester Sts.

Godley Head Heritage Trust

historian Peter Wilkins said the

murals would bring the history of

the site to life for visitors.

“It’s surrounding people with

the history, it’s like the stones are

talking.

“We want quality, not just

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ON LOOKOUT: Soldiers manning emplacement one during a

training shoot in 1942. ​

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two passenger airliners into the

Twin Towers of the centre. Eventually,

both towers collapsed

from the damage sustained.

In 28 minutes, the New York

City Fire Department lost 343

people.

Mr Jonas was captain of

Ladder Company 6 at the time,

based in Chinatown, and he and

his crew survived the collapse

of the first World Trade Center

building.

Mr Hayden had been one of

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(front, second from left).

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until the collapse of the second

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Lyttelton Volunteer Fire

Brigade chief fire officer Mark

Buckley said they gave a presentation

to brigade members about

their experiences at the World

Trade Center.

“None of our guys said a word

during the whole thing,” Mr

Buckley said.

“It was pretty overwhelming

really. They were two of the nicest

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what they did that day, it was

spine-tingling.”

Mr Buckley said the event

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“Those guys just approached

this as a skyscraper fire, but it

was a bit different.”

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Ideas for failed Maori

Village land sought

• By Matt Salmons

HEATHCOTE residents

are about to have their say

on what the failed Māori

Village land at Ferrymead

Park can be used for.

City council staff will

seek views from the community

this month on

what to do with the land,

which was mooted last

year as an alternative site

for a Lyttelton dog park.

Options proposed for

the former Māori Village

tourist attraction at Ferrymead

Park included a

dog park, bike tracks and

horse trails.

It had been suggested as

the possible location for a

dog park last year after a

suitable site in Lyttelton

couldn’t be found.

City council manager

community parks Al

Hardy said the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board had asked

staff to investigate uses for

the land in December last

year.

“Staff are currently conducting

a site analysis and

will be seeking ideas and

OPTIONS: A site once pegged to be a Māori Village

tourist attraction could be a dog park or a bike track

next year. ​

community views shortly,

prior to carrying out formal

consultation for the

site,” Mr Hardy said.

He said staff would

gather ideas from the

community through preengagement

at the end of

the month.

“Pre-engagement involves

a project flyer being

sent to adjacent neighbours,

absentee owners

and key stakeholders. This

will increase awareness

of the project and inform

people where they can

seek more information or

make a submission.”

Mr Hardy said information

would be available on

the Have Your Say website.

A draft landscape plan

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November, Mr Hardy

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He expected the plan

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community board for

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Film prompts

interest in

food forests

• By Matt Salmons

ORGANISERS OF a food

sustainability film screening in

Sumner last week say attendance

shows interest in community

gardens and food forests is growing.

Sumner Bays Union Trust

sustainability co-ordinator Robin

Arnold said there was “kind of a

revolution” in attitudes towards

food sustainability.

“It’s learning old knowledge and

bringing it back.

“We’re connecting our communities

with where our food comes

from.”

A diverse group of more than

100 people attended the Thursday

evening screening of Edible Paradise

at Hollywood Cinema, Ms Arnold

said.

She said the mix of older and

younger people, experienced gardeners

and novices was fairly even.

The film showcased food forests

from around New Zealand and told

the stories of their creation.

Ms Arnold said feedback from

the night suggested people were

happy to see others sharing their

interest.

She said the earthquakes of 2010

and 2011 made it obvious that food

sources were vulnerable.

THE Scarborough Dippers froze

every day in July and because of

that, donations are still rolling

in for a public-use defibrillator

for Sumner Lifeboat.

The dedicated group of morning

swimmers normally meet

on Fridays to

swim at Sumner

but over

winter put in

a bigger effort

to raise $1164

for Sumner

Lifeboat.

Lifeboat

fundraising

chairwoman

Heather MacDonald said the

organisation was delighted by

the group’s generosity.

“What these people are doing

is amazing. We really appreciate

their donations but not only

that. Wet July has also raised

awareness for the lifeboat’s

dependence on donations to run

the service.”

The funds donated would

help cover the $5000 needed

for an automated external

defibrillator unit, or AED, to

be installed on the exterior

wall of the lifeboat station on

Heberden Ave.

Lifeboat coxswain Blair

Quane said its location put it in

a high activity area.

“The area is used quite often

by people swimming and it’s at

the end of the Coastal Pathway

so it will get plenty of foot traffic.”

People would be able to access

the unit by phoning a number

on it to request the pin code for

the lock.

Because it was intended for

public use, Mr Quane said it

warranted getting “a good one.”

“We’re pretty keen to get it

in, even if we have to put in a

little money to get it over the

line.”

Scarborough Dippers’ Kerry

Newton said the group was

lucky to have not needed the

help of the lifeboat during their

early morning swims so far.

“But one morning a boatie

came right over, in the dark, to

check that we were okay.”

Using a Facebook group, the

more than 80 members of the

Local

News

Now

Dippers boost defibrillator fund

• By Matt Salmons

Blair Quane

Fire rages, homes at risk

CHILLY: The

Scarborough

Dippers on

one of their

daily dips into

the ocean

on Sumner

Beach. ​

Scarborough Dippers organised

to meet either early or later in

the day depending on availability.

Their swims normally lasted

at least 10min and finished with

coffee brought to the water’s

edge by a group member.

Not all members dipped

themselves in the ocean everyday,

but a dedicated few did.

“We do silly things to pass the

time, because it’s pretty cold out

there.”

Banks Peninsula

Water Zone Committee

Want to know more

about the health of our

Banks Peninsula waterways?

Come along to a special presentation from Akaroa Area

School students who will talk about Alymers Stream

during this month’s water zone committee meeting.

There will also be an update on a report by

Environment Canterbury on water quality and ecosystem

health monitoring on Banks Peninsula and the Christchurch

City Council will talk about Okains Bay drinking water supply.

Banks Peninsula Water Zone

Committee meeting

September 18th, 4pm -8pm

Akaroa Sports Pavilion,

Akaroa Recreation Ground

The Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee is a community

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SPORTS

DETERMINED: 17-year-old Joshua Wilson has his sights on a scholarship for

baseball at college in the United States.

Wilson eyes up US

baseball scholarship

• By Matt Salmons

JOSHUA WILSON has

got American college

scholarships in sight every

time he pitches.

The Mt Pleasant 17-yearold

will travel to the

United States next month

to compete with the New

Zealand under-18 baseball

squad at the Arizona Fall

Classic Showcase.

The Southern Astros and

Canterbury pitcher said his

selection for the team was

based off his performance

during the nationals held

in Orewa in April.

When Southern Astros

coach Nathan McDonald

approached him to say he

had a spot on the national

team, Joshua said he was

“keen as.”

“It’s incredible, it was a

pretty big surprise to be

honest,” he said.

To keep his skills sharp

during the off season,

Joshua had been regularly

training with McDonald.

The first of two training

camps he will be attending

with the New Zealand

team starts in two weeks.

As the only player in the

side from the South Island,

Joshua will have to travel to

Auckland for both camps.

Canterbury Baseball

president Brian Hemera

said Joshua had risen

rapidly in the sport after

first walking out onto a

diamond only two years

ago. “He’s very keen on

baseball and working

bloody hard,” Mr Hemera

said.

He said the trip would

be an opportunity for

Joshua and his teammates

to get noticed by college

and professional scouts,

who use the showcase as a

chance to see new talent.

“A scholarship into a

university there is a very

good step in the right

direction. You get that and

the world’s your oyster,”

Mr Hemera said.

“The next Steven Adams

might be playing baseball,

not basketball.”

Joshua said the chance

at a US college scholarship

was the main reason

he wanted to go. But

he said he did not have

a preference for which

college.

“I just want to play

baseball and get a good

education. The Los Angeles

or San Francisco ones

would be good as it’s

warmer there so they play

for longer,” Joshua said.

He said he was feeling

confident about how the

New Zealander team

would go over their 11

games during the 14 day

showcase.

“I think we’ll be alright,

we’ll definitely win some

games,” Joshua said.

“It should be good.”

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We have made huge reductions across all the remaining

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$

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$

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CatholiC Cathedral College

To Live By FaiTh

With no geographic zone, Catholic and non-preference students

come from all over the city to learn in an inclusive environment.

From the PrinciPal

Catholic Cathedral College is a hidden treasure. We

provide Catholic faith-based learning to girls and

boys from Year 7 to Year 13.

Visitors are welcome to experience the strong

family atmosphere where we celebrate our cultural

diversity.

Effective, caring teachers ensure our students are

confident and achieve excellent academic results.

Having no zone enables our school to accept

students from all areas of the city.

Being only a 10-minute walk from the central city

bus exchange makes the school accessible.

a rich learning environment

Our students love the atmosphere at Catholic Cathedral

College because

• Diversity and uniqueness is celebrated

• A wide range of sporting, performing arts and cultural

activities are available

• Every student has a teacher mentor to guide them

• The supportive, family atmosphere

• Well-being and mental health are prioritised

• We are culturally inclusive

• All students learn about Aotearoa New Zealand history,

language and culture

academic

success

NCEA results are excellent

with students at all levels

achieving well above the

National Average.

Qualification

academic results 2017

catholic cathedral

college

national average

NCEA (Level 1) 92.2% 85.7%

NCEA (Level 2) 95.2% 89.4%

NCEA (Level 3) 93.1% 82.6%

We work closely with our students to ensure they achieve outstanding academic results.

This is enabled by:

• Teachers who are responsive to individual goals and learning styles

• Small class sizes

• English language programmes which provide a strong foundation of vocabulary and grammar

• Flexible and individualised learning programmes

• Dedicated team of highly qualified, caring and experienced staff

What Parents say:

“Thank you for providing a platform for my son to

achieve and have the courage to improve. Catholic

Cathedral College has inspired him greatly.”

“My daughter is so much happier now that she

has enrolled at this school. The culture here is so

positive and affirming.”

“Thanks and appreciation for the wonderful

education that you have given my son and bringing

forth his potential. Thank you.”

“We really appreciate the effort and great

communication about our child’s progress.”

2019 enrolments – limited spaces still available.

An enrolment pack is available from the main office or can be downloaded from

our website - www.cathcollege.school.nz

Please return to 62 Ferry Road, Christchurch 8145 or email to

admin@cathcollege.school.nz

www.cathcollege.school.nz / 62 Ferry rd / Po Box 10-255, chch 8145 / ph 982 1690 / email: admin@cathcollege.school.nz


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Email matt.salmons@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Voices Against War

Today and tomorrow, all day

A display created by local

historian Margaret Lovell-

Smith and associates on the

conscientious objectors of

Canterbury during World War 1.

Lyttelton Library, 18

Canterbury St

Storytimes

Today 10.30-11am, Tuesday

11-11.30am

Go along to the Lyttelton

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encouraged through a love

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stories, songs, rhymes and play.

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Sumner Library on Wednesday,

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Today 10am-noon, Friday

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crochet or other craft project and

spend some time in company

with other crafty knitters.

This is a free activity with no

bookings required - Beginners

are welcome.

Lyttelton Library on

Wednesday, Sumner Library on

Friday

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Create ’n’ Connect welcomes

you to create in company. $3

per session includes a yummy

morning tea and great company.

Take your own creative project or

come and get some inspiration.

Phone Beth for more information

022 678 1252.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Babytimes

Friday and Tuesday, 10.30-

11am

Encourage learning through

language. Babytimes is an

interactive programme including

rhymes, songs, stories and play.

Free.

Lyttelton Library on Friday,

Sumner Library on Tuesday

JP Clinic in Sumner

Saturdays, 10am-12pm

A Justice of the Peace will

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signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations as well as sign

citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. There is no

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Matuku Takotako: Sumner

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Head to the Sumner Food Forest this Sunday and learn more about the concept from

co-ordinator Niki Jones. Located at the van Asch Deaf Education Centre, park on the road and

enter by the pedestrian gate on the corner of Heberden and Wakefield Aves. The food forest

will be on the right as you go down the path. For more information on the event, head to the

Sustainable Bays Facebook page, Sunday, 10am-noon.

Trivial Cahoot

Saturday, 4.30-6pm

Get a team of eight together

for this free family event.

Tackle quizzes and challenges

of memory, marshmallow

moulding, munching and

meaningless facts. The winners

will receive cinema tickets and

snacks will be provided. Register

your team by emailling Helen

Cobby at diamondharbouryct@

gmail.com or phone 021 078

5112.

St Andrew’s Community

Church Hall, 85 Marine Drive,

Diamond Harbour

Shoreline Toastmasters

Monday, 7.30-9pm

Nervous about speaking? Go

along to gain confidence by

practising speaking, listening,

learning and laughing – in a

warm, friendly non-threatening

environment.

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club

Markets:

The weekly markets have many

different attractions and delicious

treats on offer. From fresh

produce to freshly baked bread,

cheeses and free range eggs.

Find some healthy food options

and sip on a coffee while taking

a wander around any of the

markets happening in the area at

the weekend.

Ferrymead Night Market:

First Saturday of each month.

Winter hours: April to September

- 4pm to 8pm. Summer hours:

October to March - 5pm to 9pm.

Ferrymead Heritage Park.

Lyttelton Farmers Market

and Lyttelton Craft Market:

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Board of Trustees

Casual Vacancy for

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A casual vacancy has occurred

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The board has resolved under

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Act 1989 to fill the vacancy by

selection.

If ten percent or more of

eligible voters on the school

roll ask the board, within

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R D 1

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House of Travel Ferrymead

because we’re travellers too.

Mel Hubber

Owner Operator

EMAIL: MELLOWEN@HOT.CO.NZ

PHONE: 376 4018

Travel for me has been a way of life for more

than 24 years. I love different cultures and have

just returned from an awe inspiring trip to Kenya

and Tanzania. I would love to help you put the pieces

of a complex travel jigsaw together!

Mel Kim Hubber Beswick

Owner Operator

EMAIL: KBESWICK@HOT.CO.NZ

MELLOWEN@HOT.CO.NZ

PHONE: 376 4019 4018

Travel I am fortunate me to has have been travelled a way to of 114 life countries for more

than on all 24 continents, years. I love and different am an expert cultures in cruising, and have

just having returned worked from onboard an awe cruise inspiring ships for trip 8 years. to Kenya I

and have Tanzania. just arrived I would home from love to Alaska help and you Canada put the and pieces would love to help

of plan a complex your amazing travel holiday jigsaw & together! adventure.

Mel Katie Hubber Gillespie Melanie Hubber Bartram Caitlin Mel Hubber Thorburn

Owner Travel Specialist

Operator Owner Travel Specialist

Operator Owner Travel Specialist

Operator

EMAIL: KGILLESPIE@HOT.CO.NZ

MELLOWEN@HOT.CO.NZ

PHONE: 376 4031 4018

I have a huge passion for

travel and love exploring

new destinations. As a

new Mum I understand

the importance of

coordinating family

holidays and recently

enjoyed a great trip to Hawaii.

I look forward to helping plan your holiday.

EMAIL: MELANIEB@HOT.CO.NZ

MELLOWEN@HOT.CO.NZ

PHONE: 376 4021 4018

To me travel is addictive,

it’s an awe inspiring

journey of discovery

which fuels the soul &

makes you richer. I was

fortunate to visit the

stunning islands of Tahiti

last year and look forward to

inspiring your new travel adventures.

EMAIL: CAITLINT@HOT.CO.NZ

MELLOWEN@HOT.CO.NZ

PHONE: 3764 4018 031

I have travelled globally

and just love that my

career involves planning

exciting holidays for

you! I feel privileged to

be able to help with your

planning process, each

holiday is different and that’s

what makes this job so dynamic and exciting.

Melissa Hubber May

Owner Travel Specialist

Operator

EMAIL: MELISSAB@HOT.CO.NZ

MELLOWEN@HOT.CO.NZ

PHONE: 376 4022 4018

Travel I love working for me together has been to a discover way of what life for more

than the perfect 24 years. holiday I love means different for you. cultures I recently and have

just experienced returned an from amazing an awe glamping inspiring safari trip in the to Kenya

and Northern Tanzania. Territory I would of Australia love to help and Darwin you put which the pieces made me realise how

of much a complex we have travel to offer jigsaw so close together!

home!

Mel Anna Hubber O’Dell

Owner Travel Specialist

Operator

EMAIL: ANNAO@HOT.CO.NZ

MELLOWEN@HOT.CO.NZ

PHONE: 376 4036 4018

Travel Having for travelled me has extensively been a way I thoroughly of life for enjoy more

than immersing 24 years. myself I love in the different rich cultures of any and have

just destination returned I get from the opportunity an awe inspiring to visit. trip I recently to Kenya

and visited Tanzania. China and I would Russia love on the to help Trans you Mongolian put the pieces and have some great tips to

of share. a complex I love creating travel jigsaw an unforgettable together! experience that is uniquely your own!

The best holidays are created together.

987 FERRY ROAD, FERRYMEAD VILLAGE I 376 4022 I FERRYMEAD@HOT.CO.NZ

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