Bay Harbour: October 10, 2018

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• By Matt Salmons

INSTEAD OF fighting

fires Governors Bay’s Vicky

Roberts is going to be taking

on a very different opponent

next month.

On November 3, volunteer

firefighter Mrs Roberts

will take her first step into

the boxing ring in front of

thousands at Horncastle

Arena for the Fight For

Christchurch.

“I’d fight a fire, but I

wouldn’t normally fight a

person,” she said.

She had never boxed

before and said the prospect

of stepping into the ring for

the first time in front of 4000

people was “exciting but

nerve-racking at the same

time.”

“I’m just nervous because it

will be my first fight.”

Mrs Roberts signed up

six weeks ago after another

contender dropped out. The

Redbadge Security operational

manager joked that she had

done it to secure a contract

with the event’s organisers.

“We did get the contract,

so definitely worth it,” she

said.

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• By Matt Salmons

ARCHAEOLOGICAL interest

and concern for summer

businesses have stalled work on

the Sumner Master Plan.

Originally slated to begin last

month, stage one of the Marriner

St-west and Wakefield Ave

enhancement project will begin in

March.

City council manager planning

and delivery transport Lynette

Ellis said Sumner business owners

had expressed concern that

construction could impact their

summer trading.

“So this is why work is

scheduled to start in March,” she

said.

Sumner Business Association

head Rachael Lonsdale said it was

“good to see” work would happen

over the winter months and hoped

concerns about the number of car

parks and the location of a bus

stop could be resolved soon.

“We have been informed there

will be a meeting to discuss the

works closer to the time.

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COMMON SENSE has prevailed over the

planned start to the Sumner Master Plan.

Concerns about the summer business

trade being affected and archaeology issues

means work will be delayed until March

(see page 1).

That will put a smile on the faces of business owners who rely

heavily on the trade from Christchurch during the summer

months.

If there’s road cone chaos and other things happening that

makes normally hectic Sumner even more hectic people stay

away.

So a bouquet to whoever made the decision to delay.

And good news for Lyttelton – it’s iconic tug looks like it’ll be

carrying passengers again in December (see page 3).

The trials went smoothly and credit to the preservation

society for all of the work members have put it.

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Open day successful

Over 2000 people visited the emergency services open day at

Sumner on Sunday

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holiday fun

Children go exploring

A school holiday programme attracted many children from

Sumner, Mt Pleasant and Redcliffs.

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Lyttelton Library.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Successful sea trials for tug

In Brief

• By Matt Salmons

HISTORIC TUG Lyttelton

could be carrying passengers

for the first time in three years

this December after successfully

undertaking sea trials last week.

Tug Lyttelton Preservation

Society stokers successfully

brought the 112-year-old tug’s

boiler up to the

right pressure

over four days.

Crew members

were given the

green light to

head out for

sea trials last

Mike Bruce

Thursday.

Tug Lyttelton

Preservation

Society head stoker Mike Bruce

said he and the crew were “very

pleased” and it was a “very

emotional time for many.”

“We never expected this a

week ago, never expected it.”

Mr Bruce said the society’s

short-term task would be to

address any further issues raised

by the marine surveyor present

last week. The surveyor’s report

would be discussed at the society’s

next meeting.

The stoking of the engine went

“absolutely perfectly” Mr Bruce

said. The optimum pressure of

80psi was reached by 10am on

Thursday morning.

All equipment on-board was

run and signed off by an attending

marine surveyor and a

marine architect as steam was

pushed through the engines to

warm them.

Mr Bruce said that the engines

“ran like they had never

been down” after they were

started for the first time in three

years at 11am.

“Its a very real credit to the

fantastic team of engineers who

have looked after them all this

time. Not to forget those men

who designed and built them all

those years ago,” he said.

When it was suggested the

crew could “slip the lines and

take her off the wharf,” Mr

Bruce said it was “kittens running

to the cream bowl,” with

society members scrambling in

excitement.

“One of our members who

joined three years ago and turns

CHUGGING:

Tug Lyttelton

cruising

around the

harbour

on her first

outing in

three years.

up every week had never seen

the engines running. Never

sailed on-board while under

her own power. The guy was

ecstatic.”

He said the tug’s lap around

the harbour went “too quick,”

but had feedback from those

who had seen it was “huge, better

than we hoped for.”

“We intend to build on

that momentum and keep

this historic vessel for future

generations.”

SUSPICIOUS CAR FIRES

Lyttelton volunteer firefighters

extinguished a car fire in Corsair

Bay at 7am on Saturday. A Fire

and Emergency New Zealand

spokesman said the fire was well

involved by the time the crew

arrived. Police also attended.

The Governors Bay Volunteer

Fire Brigade attended a similar

call-out the weekend before

when a car fire was reported

on Gebbies Pass Rd. Chief fire

officer Andrew Norris said he

believed that to be suspicious as

well.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Trading concern stalls project

•From page 1

“From a business point of view,

this would be better if it is sooner

rather than later so we can make

any preparations in a timely

manner.”

Initially, it was believed an

Accidental Discovery Protocol

would have been sufficient to

cover the project for risk of archaeological

discoveries.

This meant that if there was

any discovery during work on

the project, Heritage New Zealand

would be notified and work

would stop.

However, due to the discovery

of human remains last year near

the Sumner surf club, and the

risk of further discoveries in

the area, it was decided a full

archaeological authority was

required.

Ms Ellis said the authority had

was granted on September 21

but the appeal period ended on

Saturday. The authority would

require an archaeologist to be on

site during excavations.

It also required that Ngāi

Tūāhuriri were informed prior

to work beginning in archaeological

areas.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham said there had

been “several delays” to the first

stage of the village upgrade.

DELAY: The

start date for

planned works

for the area of

Wakefield Ave

and Marriner St

in Sumner has

been delayed

until March. ​

He said the decision to delay

work due to the need for an

archaeological authority was “a

disappointment” but “the correct

one.”

Work was estimated to be

completed by September 2019.

This put it only two weeks

behind the original plan, as the

two planned phases of work over

a total eight-month period had

been combined into one phase

over six months.

Works planned in the

enhancement project included

making the area more accessible

to cyclists and pedestrians,

adding shaded seating and more

planting.

CHALLENGE: Vicky Roberts completed the Firefighter Sky

Tower Stair Challenge in Auckland last year.

Fighting for charity

•From page 1

In spite of her normally noncombative

nature, the Governors

Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade

member said she was surprised

to find herself ready to punch her

opponent in the face.

“I’ve got no intention of losing.”

In preparation, she had been

training five to six times a

week, including three sessions

with professional trainer Nort

Beauchamp at One More Round

boxing gym.

“It’s a superb workout and it’s

way harder than I thought it

would be. I’d recommend it to

anyone.”

Her younger brother Paul,

a boxer in Thailand, had been

giving her advice on technique

while her husband Gary’s confidence

in her fighting abilities had

grown with hers.

Her opponent will be

Christchurch office manager and

mother Kimberley Rose.

Mrs Roberts was raising

money for Cure Kids, New

Zealand’s largest non-

Government funder of child

health research.

She said she had selected the

cause from a list of suggested

charities, but it also had a

personal connection to her.

“There’s a family friend and a

girl who I train with, whose sons

suffer from seizures and they

really have no answers. So I’m

doing this for them.”

So far Mrs Roberts had raised

about $1000 and had a target of

$5000.

She had a Givealittle page

which would remain open for

donations until November 5.

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‘Bittersweet’ demolition

• By Matt Salmons

IT WILL be a bittersweet feeling

for Redcliffs School when

the demolition of its former

buildings starts this week.

But opponents of the move

still hope it can be delayed.

A Ministry of Education

spokeswoman has said the

demolition of buildings on the

former Redcliffs School site will

begin this week, with work lasting

up to six weeks.

Redcliffs

School principal

Rose

McInerney said

it would be

“bittersweet”

to see the old

Chris

Doudney

buildings

demolished, but

the heart of the

school “is its people.”

“For us, it is a sign of the

progress of the new rebuild and

coming home [to Redcliffs].”

The Friends of Redcliffs Park

had been fighting the demolition

and the planned construction

of a new school in Redcliffs

Park.

The group had been set to

meet with the Workforce and

Education Select Committee

on September 19 to discuss a

petition they sent to Parliament

earlier in the year. That meeting

had been delayed until October

17.

Group member Chris Doudney

said he was not aware of the

planned demolition start.

“Certainly the ministry said

they were going to demolish the

buildings this month.”

Mr Doudney said the group

had asked the select committee

to request the ministry to delay

the demolition until after it had

finished the process.

“They said they can’t order

it, they could ask. I had hoped

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the ministry would have taken

notice of what the select committee

said.”

Previously, the ministry had

said that the demolition would

not be delayed by the progress

of the petition.

Mr Doudney said he would

feel better if the ministry held

off for another two weeks at

least.

“I doubt we’ll be lying

down in front of bulldozers,

but we will if that would help at

all.”

Earlier this year, the school

held a “really special” farewell

FAREWELL:

A ceremony

to farewell

the former

Redcliffs

School

buildings was

held in June.

for the old site before crossing

the road to turn the sod on the

site of the new school build in

Redcliffs Park.

Current and former pupils

shared stories of their time

at the old site and “a few tears

were shed,” Mrs McInerney

said.

“That was a really special

moment for us, to reflect on the

history of the site.”

She said school staff were

proud that they had already

retrieved as many items of

historical value from the site as

they could.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Lyttelton in

line for

development

• By Matt Salmons

LYTTELTON MAY be next

to receive attention from

Christchurch’s urban development

agency.

In a report given to the city

council last week, Development

Christchurch Ltd said it was providing

investors and developers with

“case-management support for

development in Lyttelton.”

DCL chief executive Rob Hall said

the agency had considered the city’s

suburban master plans in the past.

“Lyttelton was included in this

work, and various possibilities were

raised at the time. The potential for

development at certain locations remains,

however, no detailed options

have been progressed.”

Mr Hall said work on what those

developments could be had not

“continued past the opportunity

stage,” but some local businesses

had been spoken to about “plans for

the future.”

He said DCL was currently

working with two landowning

parties in Lyttelton.

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Lyttelton artist brings

outer-space to the city

• By Sophie Cornish

LYTTELTON’S Hannah Beehre

has brought outer-space to the

central city.

As part of SCAPE Public Art’s

20th-anniversary season, Beehre’s

display Tunnel hopes to captivate

viewers for the next six weeks.

Nestled deep inside the Canterbury

Museum, the display creates

a walk-through rendering of a

nebula – clouds of gas and dust

from outer space, visible in the

night sky.

It will form the entrance to the

exhibition Wildlife Photographer

of the Year and is expected to

bring 60,000 visitors over the

exhibition period.

It is constructed from dyed silk

velvet with Swarovski crystals,

LED lights and mirrored flooring.

The 41-year-old artist moved

to Lyttelton from Auckland in

1998 to study at Canterbury

University’s School of Fine Arts.

She completed her degree in

2000 but has now returned to

complete a masters degree in

painting.

Beehre says her five-year-old

daughter, Parker, is her biggest

fan.

“She’s really excited about it, she

asked me if we could go through

it holding hands. I feel like I

am making the work for her as

well. So I am excited to see her

reaction. She’s my biggest fan,

she’s really sweet. Sometimes she

will point out: ‘Oh that bit is not

right’.’’

Last Friday marked the opening

of SCAPE’s 20th-anniversary

season, the display will be on

show for six weeks.

The trust has installed 216

temporary artworks and 14

permanent artworks in the city,

since its formation in 1998.

Some of the most notable works

OUT OF

THIS

WORLD:

Hannah

Beehre

with her art

installation

Galaxy

of Magic

at the

museum.

include Nucleus by Phil Price on

the corners of Manchester, High

and Lichfield streets, Fanfare by

Neil Dawson at Chaneys Corner

and Passing Time by Anton

Parsons on Madras St.

Notable artworks for this season

include a 5.5.m bronze sculpture

Mixed Feelings by British artist

Tony Cragg at Christ’s College,

Kotuku by Sydney artist Caroline

Rothwell in the Botanic Gardens,

also known as the white heron,

and Three Squares Gyratory

Variation 2 by American artist

George Rickey, near the Art’s

Centre.

Hearings panel set to

recommend freedom

camping ban in Akaroa

A CITY COUNCIL hearings

panel is set to recommend

freedom camping be banned

everywhere in Akaroa except for

one designated area.

Said Banks Peninsula city

councillor and Deputy Mayor

Andrew Turner: “After

considering submissions

from the public and

weighing all the evidence,

the hearings panel believe

tighter restrictions are

needed on freedom

camping in Akaroa.”

If the hearings panel’s

recommendations are accepted

by the city council

at its November meeting,

the new restrictions will apply

from December 1.

Under the existing Freedom

Camping Bylaw, freedom

camping is banned in Akaroa’s

commercial area and along the

waterfront. But it is allowed in

other areas of Akaroa for up

to two nights in self-contained

vehicles.

Cr Turner said the hearings

panel is set to recommend the

city council change the bylaw to

prohibit freedom camping in all

parts of the township, except for

Andrew

Turner

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Fire rages, homes at risk

the existing freedom camping

area on Rue Brittan. Currently

there is space for about 16 vehicles

in the freedom camping

area. The hearings panel would

also recommend that the city

council increase the size of the

area so 18 vehicles can be

accommodated.

“The public submissions

we received showed

mixed views on freedom

camping, but general

support for tougher restrictions

to help reduce

the negative impacts

from freedom camping

in Akaroa, which reflects

the findings of a community

survey done earlier this

year,’’ Cr Turner said.

“The volume of freedom

campers in Akaroa last summer

and the disrespectful behaviour

of some had a significant impact

on the community. Changing

the bylaw to ban freedom camping

in all but one area of Akaroa

should ensure freedom campers

have less of a negative impact

on the town this summer,

while also allowing responsible

freedom campers to enjoy what

Akaroa has to offer.’’

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Williams received the award

for his duet with fellow

Lyttelton musician Aldous

Harding, Nobody Gets What

They Want Anymore.

The song was performed at the

ceremony by Nadia Reid, Finn

Andrews, Reb Fountain and the

Black Quartet.

A song on William’s first solo

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BREWED: Jeff Turner and Toby with Harrington’s Breweries founder John

Harrington. ​

Community centre to benefit

from special truffle beer

• By Matt Salmons

A POPULAR fundraising

effort returns this weekend

with a brand new flavour.

From Saturday, relabelled

Harrington’s

Breweries beers will be

on sale at the Mt Pleasant

Farmers Market to raise

money to help pay off the

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre’s build.

The range would include

a collaboration between Mt

Pleasant truffle farmer Jeff

Turner and the brewery;

Toby’s Nose.

Community centre

committee member Derek

McCullough said there was

still about $300,000 left to

pay on the build.

All of the profits from

selling the beer would

go to the centre, Mr Mc-

Cullough said, with the

brewery recouping the cost

of production.

“It’s not an onerous task

raising money by drinking

beer,” he said.

Mr Turner said the beer

was named for his truffle

dog Toby and the idea

came about from an accidental

taste-matching last

truffle season.

“I had eaten a

truffle for lunch

and the taste tends

to stay in your

mouth. At dinner,

I had a dark beer

and there was

this natural taste

match.”

He said he had

worked with the

brewery on the idea for a

year. The beer would be a

limited run of about 350,

500ml bottles.

Mr Turner said he could

not comment on how his

North Canterbury grown

truffles were infused with

the beer, as others were

looking to develop a similar

brew.

Matching the truffle

with dark beer worked

better, as the truffle taste

Derek

McCullough

would overpower a lighter

beer.

“It enhances flavours

already there, but leaves a

note of truffle flavour.”

Mr McCullough said

the stall was “good

beers, doing good

part two” and followed

on from a

similar initiative in

2016.

“It was a moderate

success. We

recognised there

were added costs

from bottling and

retailing that we wanted to

avoid this time.”

As well as bottles

of Toby’s Nose, Mr

McCullough said people

could buy 1-litre bottles

of other beers for $12, or

fill containers they

brought with them for $10

a litre.

“We feel this is going to

be a better way to do it.”

The beer stall would

return to each market until

Christmas.


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And here it comes...

The spring property surge has arrived! Good weather,

longer days, daffodils and cherry blossoms are bringing

people out with a spring in their step and properties

to the market. Once again we are seeing a seasonal

increase in market activity with more listings and more

buyers turning up to open homes.

Interestingly, we are also seeing more sales occurring

that are subject to the sale of another property. Even

though interest rates are still at an all-time low, buyers

are opting for the safe option of not committing to a

purchase without selling their own home first. As much

as we understand buyers taking a cautious approach it

is often the buyers who are able to get themselves into

a strong financial position, without having to make an

offer subject to the sale of their existing property are

more likely to secure the property they are chasing,

particularly if the vendor has a choice of offers to

consider.

date to allow you time to

find another property or,

alternatively, speak with your

mortgage broker to arrange

finance in the interim. (As

always, we recommend

you seek independent legal

advice first).

Give our team a call today

to find out how we can help

you realise your real estate

dreams and aspirations.

Patricia Van der bent

027 296 1408

Jan Edlin

027 433 8025

Therefore, if you are keen to put yourself ahead of the

competition we recommend either getting your current

property sold first, perhaps with a longer settlement

Top Sales

for September

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Feature Properties

Eddie Spry

021 156 5884

Marie Malone

027 489 8349

Rent Event

Don’t miss our landlord and tenant information evenings

at the end of the month! Guest speakers and our

wonderful property management team will be on hand

to answer all your questions regarding - insurance,

smoke alarms, insulation, legislation changes or any

other queries you may have. Every attendee on the night

will go in the draw to win a piece of Canterbury Rugby

merchandise.

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Eleanor Corston

027 435 2415

Molly Ferdinand

027 594 7427

Landlord Event – Wednesday 31st October

Tenant Event – Thursday 1st November

10a Cornwall Road, Lyttelton – Daisy Foldesi

Bronny Clifford

021 272 7718

Mark Gardner

021 633 669

For more information or to register your interest call

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Daisy Foldesi

021 328 059

Matt Clayton

021 223 3998

What are people saying

about us?

“Eddie was outstanding, honest, committed and

confident in making a sale. Was great helping the tenant

exiting the property” – about Eddie Spry

“Jan was friendly but business-like, knew her stuff,

was realistic in her appraisal and responded to queries

promptly.” – about Jan Edlin

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027 272 7128

Simon Standeven

027 430 4691

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027 547 2852

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News

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IT MAY not have been

full sunshine, but plenty

took the opportunity to

see what happens behind

the scenes at the Sumner

Fire Station open day on

Sunday afternoon.

Held at the Wiggins

St site, the community

was given the chance to

have a go at various challenges

and see the Sumner

Volunteer Fire Brigade’s

new emergency response

vehicle.

Sumner firefighter and

event organiser Geoff

Curle said the event was a

“complete success.”

“All our Sumner emergency

services supported

us and we had, maybe,

2000 people visit.”

As well as firefighters,

representatives from police,

the Sumner Lifeboat,

the City to Sumner Community

Patrol and St John

attended.

Visitors on the day

could learn CPR or how

to handle an oven fire

from emergency service

members.

City to Sumner Community

Patrol chairman

Allan Bain said it was the

first time the group had

joined emergency services

for an open day.

“It was a great getting

exposure to the public. We

had good feedback and

people were pretty happy

with what we do.”

Mr Bain said the

group, which had

been seeking more

volunteers to increase the

number of patrols, gained

two volunteers from the

day.

“They’re both willing to

do two patrols a month,

and night time, which was

where we were missing

out.”

The event also raised

funds towards building

costs of a new Sumner

station.

Seal visits Sumner Beach

• By Matt Salmons

A LEOPARD seal made

a surprise appearance

on Sumner Beach last

Tuesday, delighting

witness Hanna Zhionberg.

A Sumner resident, Ms

Zhionberg said she had

not heard of a leopard seal

visiting the area in the two

years she had lived there.

“I was honestly, really

excited. Antarctica for me

is at the top of my bucket

list. Getting something

from Antarctica to come

here is really awesome.”

Wellington-based

marine mammal biologist

Krista Hupman had been

researching leopard seal

sightings in New Zealand

for about three years.

She said in spite of most

people’s impressions, visiting

leopard seals were “not

unusual at all,” with up to

50 seals visiting each year.

Dr Hupman said it was

difficult to say why the

creature was here.

OPEN WIDE: Although a juvenile, Hanna Zhionberg

estimated the leopard seal would have been about

1.7m long.

“It seems each leopard

seal has their own agenda.

It’s hard to say what each

one is up to.”

The Department of

Conservation website

recommended staying at

least 20m away from any

leopard seal and keeping

dogs on a leash.

•If you see the same

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other, report your

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News

Rainbow Warrior departs Lyttelton

• By Matt Salmons

BANKS PENINSULA residents

took the chance to see an iconic

activist ship up close over the

weekend.

Greenpeace’s flagship the

DOCKED: More than 1000

people came to check out

the Rainbow Warrior over

the weekend. PHOTO: LISA

MARSHALL

Rainbow Warrior was docked

at Lyttelton for three days after

arriving on Friday morning. The

ship has been on Greenpeace’s

Making Oil History tour.

Crew members gave tours of

the ship on Saturday, Sunday and

Monday before departing for

Dunedin on yesterday morning.

The tour is celebrating New

Zealand’s ban on new offshore

oil exploration in April and

promoting clean energy

opportunities.

The Rainbow Warrior, the

third ship with the name, came

to New Zealand from Southeast

Asia, where it had been

stationed for a campaign against

deforestation.

Greenpeace climate

campaigner Kate Simcock said

New Zealand’s history with

the ship meant it had a “special

place” in the country’s heart.

The first Rainbow Warrior was

sunk with explosives by French

secret service agents in Auckland

in 1985, killing crew member

Fernando Pereira.

The bombing came after New

Zealand declared a nuclear-free

zone in the South Pacific.

“It was a moment where we

stood up for our principles and

stood up to the superpowers,”

Ms Simcock said.

“I think that’s again what we’ve

done [in banning offshore oil

and gas exploration].”

The ship has previously docked

in Matauri Bay, Auckland,

Whangaparaoa Bay, Wellington

and Kaikōura, where actor and

environmental activist Lucy

Lawless visited the crew.

From Lyttelton, it will continue

to Dunedin and Stewart Island.

Future of baches up for discussion at meetings

• By Matt Salmons

THE FUTURE of privatelyowned

“real Kiwi baches” like

those at Taylors Mistake is up for

discussion.

The baches have been part of

the area’s landscape for about

120 years. Now 45 baches

remain – 19 at Taylors Mistake,

17 at Hobsons Bay and nine at

Boulder Bay.

The first stage of community

engagement on their future

opened last week, with the

city council seeking feedback

from owners and the wider

community. Public information

sessions will now be held on

Saturday and Monday about

their future.

Formal consultation is

planned for early November.

Taylors Mistake Association

president Brent Gilpin’s family

has owned their Taylors Mistake

bach since 1942.

Mr Gilpin said bach

owners were “not feeling

much trepidation” about the

process, and he was confident

a resolution could be found to

favour all parties.

“Our goals are around keeping

the baches as they are, where

they are ideally, and to be able

to continue to use

them.”

Bach working party

chairwoman and

city councillor Sara

Templeton said there

were baches on public

land throughout New

Zealand.

“We feel it’s

time now to make

a decision and

give bach owners,

residents of Taylors Mistake

and other interested groups or

individuals, certainty about the

baches and what is appropriate

for that public land,” Cr

Templeton said.

She said the city council got

“closest to a resolution” in 2010,

but nothing was formalised

Sara Templeton

before the 2010 earthquake.

Since then, the landscape,

both literally and legislatively,

has changed around the baches,

so the city council wants to

start with a “clean slate”, Cr

Templeton said.

“We’ve rescinded earlier

city council decisions,

including the demolition

requirement so that we

can start again.”

•Public information

sessions will be held

on Saturday, 9–11am,

at Matuku Takotako:

Sumner Centre, and on

Monday, 5–7pm, at the

Woolston Community

Library.

HOLIDAY HOME: Taylors

Mistake Association

president Brent Gilpin

outside his family’s bach.

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EXPLORING: Millie

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Avon River.

SCHOOL CHILDREN from

Sumner, Mt Pleasant and

Redcliffs have been enjoying

their time at the Fuse holiday

programme.

The programme is hosted by

the Shoreline Youth Trust.

About 16 children between

the ages of 9-13 took part in the

programme last week.

The group spent time at Orana

Park, a driving range, Mega Air

and Inflatable World. They also

paddled along the Avon River in

kayaks and went rock climbing

at Clip ‘n Climb.

The activities continue this

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Selwyn Sounds

Little River Band to headline festival

WELL KNOWN for classic

songs Cool Change, Lonesome

Loser and Take it Easy on Me,

Little River Band will return to

New Zealand to headline Selwyn

Sounds on March 2.

The band is known for a string

of instantly recognisable hits

and was described by Eagles

founding member Glenn Frey

as “the best singing band in the

world.”

Total worldwide album sales

and digital downloads of the

band’s music now top 30 million

and the group was the very first

to have had top 10 hits for six

consecutive years.

It will be the first time the

current line-up has toured here

since the introduction of new

rhythm and lead guitarist Colin

Whinnery in February.

Whinnery, of Nashville,

brings a new voice and outlook

to the band’s rhythm section

while sharing lead vocal duties

with the longest standing band

member Wayne Nelson.

Currently on a busy tour

schedule in the United States, the

band will only have a week break

between a February 22 show in

California and Selwyn Sounds.

Little River Band’s next

international tour after Selwyn

Sounds is set for Germany late

HITS: Little River Band will play at Selwyn Sounds on Saturday, March 2, at Lincoln Domain.

next year.

Originally formed in

Melbourne in 1975, the band’s

sound quickly became popular.

Within eight months of forming,

Little River Band had three

Australian top 20 singles and

two top 10 albums.

They first travelled to the US in

1976 and are now based there.

The line-up of members has

changed many times over the

years and is now completely

different from the original

group. The last original member

to leave was Derek Pellicci in the

1990s.

The last Australian member,

Greg Hind, left the group earlier

this year and was replaced by

Whinnery.

Nelson fronts the band on lead

vocals and bass, supported by

keyboardist Chris Marion, lead

guitarist Rich Herring, drummer

Ryan Ricks and newcomer

Whinnery.

Over their last few shows, the

band has often opened with It’s

A Long Way There before closing

the set with crowd-favourite

Lonesome Loser.

The band was inducted into

the Australian Recording

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Four Grenadier seasons Ferrymead realty & Sumner

Sumner

4 1 1 2 Redcliffs

4 2 1 2

124 Wakefield Avenue, Sumner

Your Mission, should you Choose to Accept It...... is to remediate and revitalise this lovely family home in a tranquil

spot in Sumner. Situated on a peaceful, private & flat 971sqm section, with a rural outlook over a reserve and to the

hills beyond; this has been a treasured location for our owners. After much deliberation however, they have accepted

a payout from the insurers and are ready to move on.

This four bedroom property has versatile spaces and is very liveable as is. You could choose to make

it your home, an investment or your next repair project; all very appealing and achievable options.

Auction: 18th October 12pm 2018

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0068

Michelle Ward Ph 027 203 7858 and Shaun Davey Ph 027 953 8860

22 Wakatu Avenue, Redcliffs

Striking, immensely stylish and oh so private this modern 4 bedroom home was constructed in 2015 and offers a

layout which places emphasis on effortless contemporary living while enjoying a peaceful and private setting.

Add to this a fabulous location just footsteps from the Moncks Bay waterfront, Barnett Park and the Redcliffs

Shopping Centre and you have a winning combination.

Encased within the bold black façade is a blend of contrasting crisp white finishes, textured walls

and tasteful tones which are thoroughly modern and visually pleasing.

Auction: 18th October 12pm 2018

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0091

Alison Carter Ph 027 431 8960

Sumner 16 Panorama Road

Mt Pleasant 11 Toledo Place

Linwood 53 Dacre Street

Heathcote 55 Laing Crescent

3 1 2 2 4 2 2 2

3 1 1 2

3 2 1 2

Auction: 18th October 12pm 2018

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0084

Alison Carter

Ph 027 431 8960

Auction: 18th October 12pm 2018

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0083

Deb Beesley

Ph 027 280 8837

Price: $375,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5451

Lynton Hubber

Ph 027 433 4141

Auction: 25th October 12pm 2018

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0090

Deb Beesley

Ph 027 280 8837

Redcliffs 9 & 9A Beachville Road

Sumner 16 Campbell Street

Woolston 8 Maronan Street

Mt Pleasant 15 Assisi Street

6 4 3 3

4 2 2 2

3 1 1 1

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Price: $1,975,00

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0074

Deb Beesley

Ph 027 280 8837

Price: $849,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0060

Michelle Ward

Ph 027 203 7858

Deadline: 25th October 4pm 2018

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5456

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Your Local Views

Remembering conscientious objectors

With Heritage

Week starting

on Friday,

Voices Against

War lead

researcher

Margaret

Lovell-Smith

wants to remind people

to remember the New

Zealanders who took a

stand against World War 1

WHEN YOUNG resisters to

compulsory military training

were serving time in jail in

March 1912, the streets of

Lyttelton resounded to a noisy

anti-militarist protest.

Hundreds of people travelled

to Lyttelton by train and

marched around the jail singing

“we’ll set the children free” to the

tune of John Brown’s Body.

Later that year, the Government

introduced new penalties

which meant that some young

men lost their civil rights for up

EXILE: A cartoon from the July 11, 1913, edition of the

Maoriland Worker, a labour movement publication, showing

conscientious objectors being sent to Rīpapa Island in

Lyttelton Harbour. PHOTO: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF NZ

to three years, and some had

money deducted from their

wages to pay unpaid fines.

The resisters could be detained

in military barracks rather than

prisons. Resistance to these

harsh penalties led to a dramatic

episode the following year, when

13 young men from Canterbury

and the West Coast were detained

in Fort Jervois on Ripapa

Island. The young men refused

to do any work that had a connection

to the military, such as

cleaning guns, and most went

on hunger strikes, successfully

bringing publicity to their cause.

Once war was declared in 1914

and New Zealand had committed

to fighting alongside Britain,

war regulations meant that

speaking out against conscription

or the war effort could lead

to imprisonment.

Lyttelton jail played host to

some leading trade unionists and

anti-militarists arrested for sedition

under the war regulations.

Bob Semple was the first,

arrested in Christchurch after

speaking in Victoria Square, but

he was soon followed by Tim

Armstrong, Fred Cooke, Reg

Williams and Peter Ramsay early

in 1917. In addition, about 60

Canterbury men were imprisoned

during World War 1 for

objecting to serve in the military

because of their religious, political

or humanitarian beliefs.

Several of these conscientious

objectors or ‘COs’ spent time in

Lyttelton jail while they waited

for a place to become available at

the new Paparua Prison.

Let’s not forget the brave men

and women who made a stand

for peace when the majority of

the country was strongly supporting

the war effort.

•To read more about the

people who took a stand

against World War 1, visit

www.voicesagainstwar.nz.

•The ‘Voices Against War’

display can also be viewed

at the Knox Centre, 28 Bealey

Ave, from 9am-noon until

the end of the month.

Southerly brings in big waves on peninsula

Aaron Lock reports on

recent surf conditions and

the success of Sumner

surfers in Gisborne

OVER THE past few weeks,

consistent southerly swells

have been pushing past Banks

Peninsula.

This has caused some great

sessions on the southern-facing

points and beaches and those

willing to put the drive time in

(and enough dollars for gas) have

been getting plenty of waves.

Back in the city, things have

been pretty small on the beaches.

However, there has still been

some fun waist to shoulder-high

days and relatively light winds

have continued to mean some

nice clean mornings.

The water temperature is gradually

picking up and is sitting at

12 deg C. This should warm by

about 1 deg C per week over the

next month.

Aaron's Surf Report

The big wave spots in The

Catlins have been pumping with

some huge 4,5m days and reasonably

clean conditions.

A few of the underground

chargers from Christchurch have

been heading south to dust off

their nine foot (2.7m) guns.

A big crew of groms from

Sumner headed north to Gisborne

last weekend for the 2018

Sticky Johnson primary school

championships.

They put in some amazing performances

in challenging conditions

on day with pumping surf

for finals day. Ava Henderson

came away victorious winning

the year 7/8 girls.

Eden Hungerford was second

in the year 6 and under girls.

Jack Tyro was the other finalist

from Sumner placing fourth in

the year 7/8 boys. Benji Lowen,

Holly Campbell, Ruby Armstrong,

Amelie Wink and Travis

Henderson were all up there

charging too.

This week in Gisborne, it is

WINNER: Victorious Sumner

surfer Ava Henderson

in Gisborne for the 2018

Sticky Johnson primary

school championships.

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Sadly the surf community

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Tristan will be dearly missed

by all those that knew him and

his generosity and support of the

South Island surfing community

will never be forgotten.

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• By Matt Salmons

SUMNER ARE in a good

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final day of their club cricket

championship match against

Riccarton.

Sumner batted first and were

bowled out for 297 at the weekend.

In reply, Riccarton were all

out for 197.

Sumner club captain Dan

Vann said the side were “looking

good” for the final day of the

match on Saturday.

“We’re definitely on top.

They’re exactly 100 behind, so

they’ll probably follow-on, which

will be good.”

He said he hoped Riccarton

would open the second day with

the bat, giving Sumner a target

to chase to secure their first victory

for the season.

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THE SUMNER Running Club

have started the athletics season

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“We were surprised to find

someone as experienced

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Sumner take lead in cricket season opener

“The weather looks terrible,

though, so that’s not ideal,” Vann

said.

On day one, Riccarton won

the toss at the Hagley Nursery

Ground and put Sumner in to

bat.

Sumner openers, captain Johnny

Beveridge and new English

recruit Tom Davie, gave a good

account of themselves, scoring

63 and 68 respectively.

Sumner were then boosted

considerably as Michael Newton-

Vesty stepped up to hit 90 and

guide his side to 297.

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LOOKING GOOD: Sumner are

100 runs ahead of Riccarton

heading into the second day

of the championship grade

match at the Hagley Nursery

Ground on Saturday.

Brendan Charlotte Gort

WE ARE

MOVE A

eight athletes at the World University

Games.

“The club will be very fortunate

to have Jay working with

our juniors and, providing

we have sufficient

registrations, we look

forward to him being a

member . . . for the next

three years.”

Clark has run the club’s

Run Jump Throw children’s

programme as a volunteer

SPORTS

With a goal to advance their

side from the championship to

the premier grade this season,

Vann said it was a good opening

performance, in spite of playing

at an unfamiliar ground.

“We were expecting to be put

in to bat first, but we didn’t expect

how flat the pitch would be.”

Sumner’s bowlers performed

equally well, with Dean Smith

and Nawid Mohammady both

forcing Riccarton to start cautiously,

Vann said.

The introduction of spinner

Jonny Percasky continued

Sumner’s dominance as they

contained Riccarton to 197.

“Spin was easily the way to go

on that pitch,” Vann said.

It was not all good news for the

club. Their new feeder side, the

Sumner Blues, lost their opening

division four one-day game

against Heathcote.

Sumner Blues won the toss at

Heathcote Domain and bowled

first. Heathcote managed to get

through to 151-6 on the back of

Phil Harris’ 62 not out.

Sumner’s final batting pair of

Ryan Burnett and Taylor Killick

almost managed to steal a victory.

However, Sumner fell just

short on 144.

Pro junior coaches employed at running club

Jay

Sellathurai

Rachel

Clark

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for about six years, Campbell

said. She has three children who

have been members of the club.

“She’s got well-qualified in it

now,” Campbell said.

•To join the Sumner

Running Club, visit www.

sumnerrunningclub.org.nz for

more information. The club’s

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Storytimes/Wā Kōrero

Wednesday, 10.30-11am,

Tuesday, 11-11.30am

Go along to the Lyttelton

Library for Storytimes, a free

and interactive programme

including stories, songs, rhymes

and play.

Sumner Library, Wednesday,

and Lyttelton Library, Tuesday

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10am-noon,

Friday, 10.30am-noon

Take your knitting, crochet

or other craft project and spend

some time in company with

other crafty knitters. This is a

free activity and no bookings are

required. Beginners welcome.

Lyttelton Library, Wednesday,

and Sumner Library, Friday

Create ‘n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Take your own creative

project or come and get some

inspiration. Call Beth for more

information on 022 678 1252.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Babytimes/Wā Pēpi

Friday and Tuesday, 10.30-

11am

Encourage learning through

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Email matt.salmons@starmedia.kiwi by

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rhymes, songs, stories and play.

Free.

Lyttelton Library, Friday, and

Sumner Library, Tuesday

Heritage Week: No Voice, No

Choice

Friday to November 23,

10.30am-4.30pm

Visit the Akaroa Museum to

see an exhibition exploring the

life and experiences of women

living on Banks Peninsula from

the mid-19th century to the mid-

20th century. Free entry.

Akaroa Museum, 71 Rue

Lavaud, Akaroa

Heritage Week: Baches of

Taylors Mistake

Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm,

and Saturday-Sunday, 10am-

4pm

See old photos and read

unique stories of baches at

Taylors Mistake. Many are

now 100-years-old. View Janet

Abbott’s publication on the

subject. Entry is free.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Library

JP Clinic in Sumner

Saturday, 10am-noon

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community to witness

signatures and documents,

The Lyttelton Library will host a free exhibition and public

talks for Heritage Week, looking at what happened and

how the country coped with the influenza pandemic of

1918. Events will be on from Friday to October 27, Monday

to Friday, 10am-6pm, and Saturday, 10am-1pm. Visit https://

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certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations as well as sign

citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. There is no

charge for this service.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

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Mt Pleasant Art & Craft

Market

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm

Support local artisans’ unique

pottery, original artworks,

essential oils and high-quality

local craft. Browse the crafts

while enjoying a coffee and a

pastry from the farmers’ market.​

Mt Pleasant Centre, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd

Rewind at Ferrymead

Sunday, 10am-4pm

Become immersed in a

family-friendly heritage event,

jam-packed with entertainment

from times past. Free trains and

trams, live music and street art.

Entry by gold coin donation.

Ferrymead Heritage Park

Women Breaking The Rules

Sunday, 10am-4pm

See the online exhibition in the

flesh. Presents the stories of six

women who broke all the rules

of 19th century Christchurch,

through archaeological remains.

Part of Rewind at Ferrymead.

Ferrymead Heritage Park

Interested Investors Public

Forum

Wednesday, 6pm

This event is an open forum

for people curious about

investing in Collett’s Corner. In

the lead-up to the equity crowdfunding

campaign, a draft of

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be shared for feedback. RSVP to

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Lyttelton Community

Boardrooms

Markets:

Sumner Market: Back for

another season with food

and craft stalls by the beach.

Open each Sunday until April,

11am–3pm, next to the Sumner

Surf Club.

Ferrymead Night Market: On

the first Saturday of each month,

5-9pm, Ferrymead Heritage

Park.

Lyttelton Farmers’ Market

and Lyttelton Craft Market:

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www.treesforcanterbury.org.nz

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For more details call AMY 0274 713 834

Book now and

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No scaffolding required.

30 years experience.

Free quotes, call

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Rope & harness

a speciality,

no scaffolding

required,

30 years of

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FREE QUOTES

Exterior staining,

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treatment and

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Phone Kevin

027 561 4629

CARPET & Vinyl

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Exp. Repairs, uplifting,

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Email jflattery@xtra.co.nz

ph John on 0800 003 181

or 027 2407416

COnCRETE CUTTing

Affordable Concrete

Cutting with Quality, and

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No job to small. Phone 027

442-2219, Fax 359-6052

a/h 359- 4605

ElECTRiCiAn

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Expert in all home

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027 4401715

gARDEnER

Need your home or

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lAWnMOWing

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252 1801

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RAPID RESPONSE,

quality work guaranteed,

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roofs, spraypainting,

waterblasting, ph Graeme

for a free quote, 027 318

2614

12 years

experience

Serving Christchurch and wider

Canterbury Region with quality

workmanship and service.

24/7 caLLOUT serVice

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PAinTing SERViCES

Mature, reliable,

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call Ron 027 434-1400

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384-2574

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021 204 1274

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no need for scaffold.Ph

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for an uplift of your

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027 746 7632

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Public Notices

ROAD

CLOSURE

Citycare Water, on behalf of CCC is

installing a new water main along Cannon

Hill Crescent from Bridle Path Road to

Janice Place. For the safety of our workers,

residents and the local community, this

section of Cannon Hill Crescent will be

closed during the works from the 15th

of October 2018 to the end of November

2018. Please use alternative routes and

follow on-site signage

To Let

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