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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER <strong>17</strong>, <strong>2018</strong><br />

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• By Matt Salmons<br />

A DRAFT proposal has now<br />

been approved so that Redcliffs<br />

and Southshore residents can<br />

see sought-after changes to the<br />

District Plan by Christmas.<br />

On Monday, the city council<br />

approved a draft proposal to<br />

change the District Plan through<br />

Greater Christchurch Regeneration<br />

Minister Megan Woods’<br />

Section 71 powers.<br />

The changes sought would<br />

allow people with properties<br />

within a residential unit overlay<br />

of the High Flood Hazard Management<br />

Area to build or renovate<br />

houses, where previously it<br />

had been almost impossible.<br />

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process, but the feedback was<br />

expected soon and staff will<br />

report back by November 8.<br />

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to Dr Woods by November 14 if<br />

not earlier.<br />

At a meeting last month,<br />

Mayor Lianne Dalziel said it was<br />

“technically possible” that those<br />

changes could be made before<br />

Christmas. Linwood-Central-<br />

Heathcote Community Board<br />

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REDCLIFFS AND Southshore residents will be pleased to see<br />

steps being taken towards a resolution on high flood hazard<br />

management area issues by Christmas (see page 1).<br />

On Monday, the city council approved a draft proposal to<br />

Greater Christchurch Regeneration Minister Megan Woods to<br />

change the wording of the District Plan.<br />

The new wording will make it easier for residents in those<br />

areas to get consent to build new houses or renovate existing<br />

ones, something that has been almost impossible before.<br />

A final proposal will come back to the city council on or<br />

before November 14.<br />

The speed that this draft has come to council and the way the<br />

time line going forward looks, has changed the tune of Darrell<br />

Latham.<br />

The once critical Dr Latham now says the city council is making<br />

the right moves.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2018</strong><br />

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Seventhwave moves back home<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

WELL-KNOWN wetsuit<br />

manufacturer Seventhwave<br />

has returned home, bringing<br />

its entire operation back to its<br />

original Ferrymead site.<br />

The company moved to a site<br />

on Dyers Rd, Bromley, the day<br />

before the September 4, 2010,<br />

earthquake.<br />

Managing director Sarah<br />

Armstrong-Park said the refitted<br />

shop opened on Monday<br />

morning.<br />

She said the staff were excited<br />

to move the manufacturing<br />

plant, showroom and headquarters<br />

back to the company’s<br />

original home.<br />

Sumner surfer Paul Zarifeh<br />

founded the company in 1987<br />

as the Canterbury Wetsuit<br />

Company.<br />

Mr Zarifeh died of pancreatic<br />

cancer on November 23 aged<br />

60. Three weeks later, his son<br />

Sam Zarifeh died after falling<br />

from a raft on the West Coast’s<br />

Landsborough River.<br />

The two were commemorated<br />

by a sculpture on the Esplanade<br />

which was installed in July.<br />

Said Mrs Armstrong-Park:<br />

“Paul was a lovely guy and even<br />

though we weren’t there [when<br />

Seventhwave was in Ferrymead]<br />

ourselves, it’s still like going<br />

home. For our staff, who’ve been<br />

HOME AGAIN: Sarah Armstrong-Park outside the<br />

Seventhwave shop in Ferrymead.<br />

here for a long time, they’re so<br />

excited.”<br />

Mrs Armstrong-Park and<br />

Leif Park took ownership of the<br />

company three years ago, and<br />

briefly considered whether it<br />

was feasible to continue manufacturing<br />

locally.<br />

“We decided that, really, that’s<br />

what the brand is, keeping it<br />

Kiwi. Taking it home really<br />

aligns with that.”<br />

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“It’s a nice easy location to get<br />

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She said the Bromley site had<br />

served them well in the postearthquake<br />

years.<br />

“Now it’s time to bring<br />

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She said the signs on the<br />

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The shop has been completely<br />

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“We’ve got an awesome new<br />

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SUSPICIOUS JETTY FIRE<br />

Firefighters say a small fire on<br />

Governors <strong>Bay</strong> Jetty on Thursday<br />

morning was suspicious. Passersby<br />

reported seeing smoke coming<br />

from the middle of the jetty but<br />

no flames. The Governors <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Volunteer Fire Brigade found<br />

smouldering planks. Chief fire<br />

officer Andrew Norris said there<br />

was no obvious cause and the jetty<br />

was blocked off by a 1.8m fence,<br />

which led him to believe it was<br />

deliberately lit.<br />

MEETINGS OVER SCHOOL<br />

The group opposed to moving<br />

Redcliffs School, the Friend of<br />

Redcliffs Park, is set to meet with<br />

the Workplace and Education<br />

Select Committee in Wellington<br />

today after its meeting was delayed<br />

last month. The Redcliffs School<br />

board of trustees will also meet<br />

with the select committee later<br />

today.<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

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• By Matt Salmons<br />

A BEER being brewed to raise<br />

money to restore the Governors<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> Jetty finally has a name –<br />

Crooked Pile.<br />

The Governors <strong>Bay</strong> Jetty Trust<br />

selected the name and a label<br />

design last week from entries submitted<br />

as part of a competition.<br />

Other names suggested included<br />

Pile Driver, Guvna’s Ale,<br />

The Governor’s Tipple, King Billy,<br />

Jetty Pile Ale, Sea Breeze Steam<br />

Beer and Faith, Hop and Charity.<br />

Trust member Louisa Eades<br />

said former Governors <strong>Bay</strong> resident<br />

Charlotte Dunning’s name<br />

Crooked Pile was chosen for highlighting<br />

a key jetty component.<br />

“The piles are the most important<br />

part of the jetty, they hold it<br />

up above the water. Many of the<br />

piles are now crooked, but once<br />

we’ve rebuilt the jetty, they will be<br />

strong and long-lasting.<br />

“Maybe then we’ll do another<br />

brew called Sturdy Pile Stout,” she<br />

said.<br />

Two Thumb Brewing owner<br />

and trust member Mark Limber’s<br />

steam beer was still in a conditioning<br />

tank absorbing flavour<br />

in preparation for distribution in<br />

November.<br />

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News<br />

Now<br />

Flood zone change drafted for District Plan<br />

•From page 1<br />

“Having been a critic of council<br />

process, there is evidence that<br />

council are treating this matter<br />

with urgency,” he said.<br />

Dr Latham said he had received<br />

an email from Dr Woods<br />

which said she appreciated the<br />

urgency of the matter and that<br />

her staff were working closely<br />

with the city council.<br />

“I note that what is important<br />

to me is that we can collectively<br />

find pragmatic solutions on ways<br />

this matter can be resolved,” Dr<br />

Woods’ email said.<br />

Dr Latham said city council<br />

staff met with affected community<br />

boards, resident’s associations<br />

and Christchurch Coastal<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

A WOMAN walked away<br />

uninjured after the car she was<br />

driving rolled 100m down a<br />

Banks Peninsula hillside.<br />

On Friday afternoon, the<br />

72-year-old, who did not wish to<br />

speak to <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News, was<br />

driving towards Akaroa from<br />

Christchurch when the car left<br />

the road on a bend between the<br />

Residents United last week in an<br />

“excellent and constructive session”<br />

on the process.<br />

Stakeholders were supportive<br />

of the proposals, he said and<br />

were pleased by an additional<br />

Hilltop Tavern and Barrys <strong>Bay</strong><br />

on State Highway 75.<br />

The Volvo XC60 rolled several<br />

times, before stopping on a plateau.<br />

Akaroa Senior Constable<br />

Tim Johnson said there was no<br />

indication that speed or erratic<br />

driving was involved in the<br />

incident.<br />

He said the woman’s car had<br />

crashed through 40m of bush<br />

proposed change regarding<br />

replacing houses from before the<br />

September 4, 2010, earthquake.<br />

“Which essentially means that<br />

the replacement and repair of<br />

residences now commence from<br />

before reaching open ground.<br />

“It was lucky there was that<br />

plateau, otherwise, she would<br />

have kept going until she<br />

reached the bottom . . . another<br />

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When he arrived at the scene a<br />

member of the public was sitting<br />

with the woman.<br />

“She was shaken and cold. But<br />

otherwise, no injuries.”<br />

She was taken to Christchurch<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

September 2010 rather than oneyear<br />

existing use rights.”<br />

Dr Latham said he did not<br />

expect any problems with the<br />

proposal gaining approval once<br />

it was submitted to Dr Woods.<br />

“We are all on the same page,’’<br />

he said.<br />

City council staff also were<br />

in the process of investigating<br />

a number of issues raised at the<br />

workshop, including the number<br />

of properties outside of the<br />

affected area the amendments<br />

could affect, whether a definition<br />

of “unacceptable risk” should be<br />

added.<br />

Staff would also report those<br />

findings back to the city council<br />

on or before November 8.<br />

Driver walks away uninjured from hill crash<br />

Hospital for observation.<br />

Senior Constable Johnson said<br />

it took about two hours for towing<br />

company Wairewa Motors<br />

to winch the car up the bank on<br />

Sunday night.<br />

Wairewa Motors owner Peter<br />

Brooks said the outcome of the<br />

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“The vehicle came out of it<br />

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was quite safe in it.”<br />

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Wednesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2018</strong><br />

Flu epidemic recalled<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

A NEW exhibition at Lyttelton<br />

Library recalls an era when the<br />

flu killed half as many New<br />

Zealanders as World War 1.<br />

Returning soldiers brought<br />

with them an influenza strain<br />

which killed more than 9000<br />

over about six weeks in 1918.<br />

In commemoration,<br />

Lyttelton Library<br />

is hosting a joint<br />

exhibition with<br />

Lyttelton<br />

Museum until<br />

Annette<br />

Williams<br />

<strong>October</strong> 27.<br />

Lyttelton<br />

Library team<br />

leader Annette Williams<br />

said the When Death Jumped<br />

Ship exhibit included a replica<br />

medicine depot, complete with<br />

inhalation apparatus, as well as<br />

information boards and medicine<br />

bottles from the time.<br />

“They had medicine depots<br />

set up all around the city, ours is<br />

the combination of a couple of<br />

them,” she said.<br />

As well as medicine, people<br />

could get “alcoholic stimulants”<br />

from the depots, Ms Williams<br />

said.<br />

“On prescription, you could<br />

get a bottle of whiskey, brandy<br />

or stout.”<br />

Inhalation apparatus and larger<br />

chambers, which produced<br />

a weak zinc-sulphate spray for<br />

people to breathe in, were also<br />

a common sight. Ms Williams<br />

said there was one in Lyttelton to<br />

service those disembarking from<br />

ferries and ships.<br />

In Christchurch, 14 trams<br />

were used as inhalation centres,<br />

with the air-breaking system<br />

used to run the sprayers. The<br />

trams were taken to outlying<br />

suburbs so people could climb<br />

aboard to walk through the<br />

steam cloud.<br />

Ms Williams said the image<br />

of people lining up for the spray,<br />

sometimes in queues of up to<br />

700, was like something from a<br />

science-fiction novel.<br />

“I think it’s a wee bit scary<br />

that they did that.”<br />

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BREATH:<br />

During the<br />

1918 flu<br />

pandemic,<br />

people would<br />

queue up to<br />

have zincsulphate<br />

sprayed<br />

down their<br />

throats using<br />

devices such<br />

as this.<br />

Ms Williams said it was an<br />

important event in New Zealand’s<br />

history and something<br />

people could learn from.<br />

Canterbury University Emeritus<br />

Professor Geoffrey Rice<br />

said the pandemic remained<br />

the world’s worst since the<br />

Black Death and changed the<br />

outcome of World War 1.<br />

Prof Rice will host a public<br />

lecture tonight at Lyttelton Library<br />

on how lessons learned in<br />

1918 can help prepare for future<br />

outbreaks.<br />

He said he believed the risk<br />

of another major pandemic was<br />

greater due to international travel.<br />

•Free talk tonight, 7pm-<br />

8pm, Lyttelton Library.<br />

Emeritus Professor Geoffrey<br />

Rice will question: Could it<br />

happen again?<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

REDCLIFFS’ WOMAN Leanne<br />

Scaturro was shocked to find her<br />

dog Chiko had been attacked by<br />

a leashed dog through her front<br />

gate, leaving his lip “hanging off.”<br />

Now she wants to find the<br />

owner of the other dog to ask if<br />

they had realised the extent of<br />

Chiko’s injury.<br />

“I honestly don’t know what<br />

I’d say to them, I just want to let<br />

them know what’s happened.”<br />

The attack happened while<br />

Ms Scaturro was working on<br />

<strong>October</strong> 7. She said the description<br />

she had been given was of<br />

a brunette woman walking a<br />

staffy-cross.<br />

Ms Scaturro said Chiko<br />

underwent a complicated procedure<br />

to stitch the star-shaped<br />

wound and had to spend time at<br />

the vet both that afternoon and<br />

on Thursday.<br />

His veterinarian bill totalled<br />

more than $800.<br />

“He [the other dog] could have<br />

ripped his whole jaw off. If it<br />

hadn’t been for the gate, it could<br />

have been a lot worse.”<br />

She had put a plastic mesh<br />

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Award for cottage trust<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

DIAMOND <strong>Harbour</strong>’s Stoddart<br />

Cottage Trust was recognised<br />

last week for its contribution to<br />

raising awareness of heritage<br />

assets.<br />

The trust was given the<br />

Christchurch Civic Trust’s Category<br />

D Award in a ceremony<br />

at Beckenham<br />

Library on<br />

Tuesday.<br />

The award is<br />

given for special<br />

events or<br />

programmes<br />

Paula Smith<br />

that serve<br />

to raise the<br />

community’s awareness and appreciation<br />

of heritage assets.<br />

Trustee Paula Smith said the<br />

award came as a surprise to the<br />

trust.<br />

“We didn’t know who nominated<br />

us or anything.”<br />

She said she later found out it<br />

had been a visitor to the cottage<br />

who had nominated them.<br />

“Keeping a place like this ticking<br />

over requires a lot of work<br />

and it’s all done for nothing.<br />

“It’s nice to be recognised for<br />

that. It helps keep the motivation<br />

up.”<br />

The oldest dwelling in Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong>, the cottage was<br />

the birthplace of well-known<br />

HERITAGE: Stoddart Cottage is the oldest dwelling in<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong>.<br />

Canterbury artist Margaret<br />

Stoddart.<br />

Awards convenor Neil Roberts<br />

said it was given in recognition<br />

of the stewardship of the trust<br />

over more than two decades and<br />

the “contribution to the social<br />

life of Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong>.”<br />

Mr Roberts said the building<br />

was also important to communities<br />

outside of Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> due to its heritage.<br />

“Stoddart cottage is one of<br />

the oldest domestic buildings in<br />

the Christchurch area in public<br />

ownership. It is also perhaps<br />

importantly the birthplace of<br />

one of New Zealand’s most celebrated<br />

women watercolourists.”<br />

Since earthquake repairs were<br />

completed last year, the cottage<br />

had been open every Friday,<br />

Saturday and Sunday and on<br />

public holidays.<br />

Visitors could explore the<br />

house and museum, see local<br />

artworks and buy crafts at<br />

an on-site shop run by a cooperative.<br />

Mrs Smith said the trust<br />

wanted to eventually buy some<br />

original Margaret Stoddart<br />

paintings to display at the cottage.<br />

“So we’d have our own little<br />

collection,” she said.<br />

Anniversary celebrations<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

FROM BRASS bands to coffee<br />

meet-ups, music sessions to<br />

disaster preparation, the last<br />

decade has been varied for the<br />

Sumner <strong>Bay</strong>s Union Trust.<br />

The charity celebrated its<br />

10-year anniversary working<br />

in the Sumner and Redcliffs<br />

communities on Sunday.<br />

When it was formed in 2008<br />

it had three ongoing projects – a<br />

coffee group, an arts and crafts<br />

market and a lunch group.<br />

As it celebrates a decade, the<br />

trust now oversees 10 projects<br />

including the Bridge2Rocks<br />

Timebank, the Sumner<br />

Community Garden, Loopy<br />

Tunes children’s’ music group<br />

and the Sumner Silver Band.<br />

Community development<br />

team leader Eddie Hayes has<br />

been with the trust since it<br />

started in 2008 and said “seeing<br />

the community grow and pull<br />

together” had been rewarding.<br />

“Community development<br />

is the philosophy on which the<br />

trust was founded. It’s about<br />

empowering the community,<br />

not merely doing it for the<br />

community. It underpins<br />

everything we do.”<br />

The then Union Parish formed<br />

the trust with a view to grow<br />

and develop the community, Mr<br />

Hayes said.<br />

“Right from the beginning,<br />

we’ve tried to have a wide<br />

representation of the<br />

community on the trust board<br />

as possible.”<br />

Now the Port Hills Uniting<br />

Parish, it is represented on the<br />

six-member board by Lydia<br />

MacKinnon. Deirdre Johns is the<br />

board’s chairwoman.<br />

Although the February 22,<br />

2011, took a toll on the trust’s<br />

projects, Mr Hayes said it had<br />

grown significantly since then.<br />

“Certainly, some projects<br />

have come and gone, but we’ve<br />

been able to maintain a range of<br />

projects for substantial periods<br />

of time.”<br />

One the trust’s latest projects<br />

centred around combating social<br />

isolation in elderly residents of<br />

Sumner, Redcliffs and further<br />

afield to Mt Pleasant and<br />

Ferrymead.<br />

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didn’t know the depths of it.”<br />

The trust employed Maree<br />

McGovern to provide social<br />

work support and organise<br />

regular outings.<br />

This year, the trust had<br />

started focusing on promoting<br />

sustainability initiatives, such<br />

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New marina opened<br />

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LYTTELTON’S new<br />

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Since construction was<br />

completed in April, more<br />

than 140 of the marina’s<br />

<strong>17</strong>0 yacht and powerboat<br />

berths have already been<br />

leased.<br />

A berth on the marina<br />

cost about $5000 a year.<br />

Lyttelton Port Company<br />

chief executive Peter Davie<br />

said opening the marina<br />

was the first step towards<br />

regenerating the inner<br />

harbour.<br />

Retail and commercial<br />

space was available in the<br />

area at refurbished building<br />

The Woolstore.​<br />

The site also included<br />

a waterfront promenade,<br />

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administration offices and<br />

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Mr Davie said LPC<br />

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soon for plans to<br />

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Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong> Business<br />

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Urgent solution<br />

sought to<br />

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• By Matt Salmons<br />

STEPS DOWN to Te Ana<br />

Marina from Simeon Quay in<br />

Lyttelton have been closed due to<br />

concerns for public safety.<br />

While no date had been set for<br />

the stairs to reopen, city council<br />

manager planning and delivery<br />

transport Lynette Ellis said work<br />

“is expected to be undertaken<br />

without delay.”<br />

“Council staff are working<br />

with contractors to develop a<br />

solution that will allow the steps<br />

to be re-opened.<br />

“The proposed solution and<br />

programme are still being<br />

developed and specific dates<br />

have not been set.”<br />

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on a nearby sewer hit and<br />

broke a 30cm water main in<br />

July.<br />

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break, water overwhelmed the<br />

steps causing some damage to<br />

the bank,” she said.<br />

The water undermined the<br />

stairs.<br />

A recent assessment of the<br />

steps identified a potential risk<br />

to the public and the city council<br />

closed them as a precautionary<br />

measure.<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

SUMNER’S NEWEST principal<br />

is finding her feet this week after<br />

moving from Outback Australia.<br />

Charlotte Morgan started her<br />

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Monday.<br />

Mrs Morgan would also have<br />

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“I’m experienced in all levels<br />

of primary schooling, so I’ll fit<br />

in wherever needs be.<br />

“I’m just really excited to get<br />

to know the students and<br />

families.”<br />

She said her first priority<br />

would be finding her feet in<br />

the school and fitting into the<br />

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PAGE 11<br />

CURTAIN-RAISER: Nuk Korako (back centre), with the national Indian Kabaddi<br />

team from Auckland that opened the Parly Sports events. ​<br />

Successful fundraiser<br />

Port Hills list<br />

MP Nuk Korako<br />

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of the recent<br />

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event at<br />

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IT WAS for a great cause,<br />

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Parliamentarians from<br />

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Canterbury legends, the<br />

police netball team were<br />

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team from Auckland as<br />

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Bagpipers and drummers<br />

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Christchurch Highland<br />

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The Cantabrians<br />

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We were really<br />

pleased to raise over<br />

$23,000 that afternoon,<br />

with proceeds going<br />

to a Port Hills charity, the<br />

Familial Trust.<br />

The trust provides<br />

hope, well-being and<br />

understanding for families<br />

affected by addiction.<br />

Addictions have a negative<br />

impact on a person’s<br />

life and the lives of those<br />

around them.<br />

There are many types<br />

of addictions and around<br />

45,000 of New Zealanders<br />

receive support to reduce<br />

their alcohol or drug<br />

use each year, and this<br />

is estimated to be only<br />

one-third of those who<br />

are experiencing problems<br />

with their use.<br />

There are organisations<br />

who provide free<br />

assistance to the affected<br />

person such as CCS on<br />

Ferry Rd, or for support to<br />

those families affected, the<br />

Familial Trust is there to<br />

assist.<br />

It is important for those<br />

people affected to not feel<br />

alone or isolated.<br />

Local organisations<br />

including Heathcote<br />

Valley Inn and Ngāi<br />

Tahu generously donated<br />

auction items, food or<br />

beverages for the after<br />

match function.<br />

Many Port Hills locals<br />

supported the event, so<br />

a huge thanks to you for<br />

helping us to raise such<br />

a great amount for the<br />

Familial Trust.<br />

In 2016 we raised<br />

a similar amount for<br />

0800Hungry in<br />

Ferrymead and Hohepa<br />

in Cashmere.<br />

Communities help to<br />

bind us together and by<br />

helping to support the<br />

human need of belonging,<br />

connects us all.<br />

Have a great week.<br />

Check your boating gear<br />

BOATIES ARE being<br />

encouraged to test<br />

their equipment and<br />

communication channels<br />

this week for Safer Boating<br />

Week.<br />

Environment<br />

Canterbury navigation<br />

safety officer Gary<br />

Manch is urging boaties<br />

of all kinds – from<br />

paddleboarders to<br />

powercraft operators – to<br />

ensure their life jackets are<br />

in a serviceable condition<br />

and fitted correctly.<br />

This echoes the message<br />

from Maritime New<br />

Zealand for Safer Boating<br />

Week that runs until<br />

Friday.<br />

“We want all Canterbury<br />

boaties to have fun on the<br />

water and remain safe,<br />

which is why we are asking<br />

them to check their life<br />

jackets before they head<br />

back to the water as the<br />

weather improves,” Mr<br />

Manch said.<br />

“Having two forms of<br />

waterproof communication,<br />

suitable for the area<br />

they’re in, such as a VHF<br />

radio and cellphone is<br />

important.”<br />

Mr Manch said boaties<br />

should check their vessel<br />

was well-serviced before<br />

heading out.<br />

“Our main message, like<br />

Maritime New Zealand’s,<br />

is ‘prep, check, know’ to<br />

make sure Canterbury<br />

boaties are well-prepared<br />

for when they take to the<br />

water.”<br />

Safer Boating Week<br />

chair Sharyn Forsyth said<br />

too many Kiwi boaties had<br />

life jackets that were out<br />

of date that would pose a<br />

potential safety risk.<br />

“Seawater and sun are<br />

tough on equipment, and<br />

wear and tear can shorten<br />

your life jacket’s lifespan<br />

to less than 10 years,” Ms<br />

Forsyth said.<br />

“Worryingly, we know<br />

many Kiwi boaties are still<br />

relying on kapok-filled life<br />

jackets that are 30 to 50<br />

years old.<br />

“Kapok-filled life<br />

jackets are dangerous, even<br />

if they look brand new<br />

and have been well looked<br />

after.”<br />

Kapok is a fluffy plant<br />

fibre, similar to cotton. It<br />

has not been used in life<br />

jackets since the 1980s<br />

because it could actually<br />

sink. Life jackets using it<br />

should be destroyed.<br />

Modern life jackets of<br />

all types should be tested<br />

every time before they are<br />

worn. If they are 10 years<br />

old, destroy them and<br />

replace them.<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

ews<br />

Local<br />

News<br />

Now<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

Leadership<br />

change at<br />

port company<br />

AFTER FIVE years as chairman<br />

of the Lyttelton Port Company,<br />

Trevor Burt stepped down to be<br />

replaced by Margaret Devlin last<br />

week.<br />

Mr Burt, who was director<br />

of the LPC Board for five years<br />

before becoming<br />

chairman,<br />

handed over<br />

the leadership<br />

to Ms Devlin at<br />

the company’s<br />

annual general<br />

meeting.<br />

Margaret<br />

Devlin<br />

Ms Devlin<br />

is also chairwoman<br />

for<br />

Watercare Services Ltd, Harrison<br />

Grierson Ltd, Titanium Park Ltd<br />

and the Women in Infrastructure<br />

Network.<br />

LPC chief executive Peter Davie<br />

said the port had seen its most<br />

significant growth in facility<br />

development during Mr Burt’s<br />

decade on the board.<br />

“Trevor leaves LPC knowing<br />

our port is ready for the future.”<br />

Mr Davie said Mr Burt had<br />

been vital to moving the port<br />

east onto reclaimed land and the<br />

opening of the region’s first floating<br />

marina.<br />

Tower to improve communication<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

Ian Fox<br />

MARITIME communications<br />

in Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong> are set<br />

to improve when a new tower<br />

is installed in Park Terrace<br />

Reserve.<br />

A licence granted by the<br />

Banks Peninsula Community<br />

Board allowed<br />

the tower to<br />

occupy the site<br />

for up to 20<br />

years.<br />

Environment<br />

Canterbury<br />

regional harbourmaster<br />

Ian Fox said<br />

it would take<br />

COMMUNICATION: A tower to be built near Naval Point could improve access to emergency<br />

channels and real-time virtual shipping guidance.<br />

“about a week” to install the<br />

tower.<br />

“It would also be able to have<br />

a street light installed on it that<br />

would improve safety for people<br />

using the [nearby walking<br />

track].”<br />

The Park Terrace Reserve was<br />

the only suitable site for such a<br />

tower identified in the area.<br />

The automatic identification<br />

system tower used “leading edge<br />

but already proven” technology,<br />

Mr Fox said.<br />

It would provide upper<br />

harbour and central basin maritime<br />

communications support<br />

and allow recreational boaters<br />

better access to the emergency<br />

channels and real-time virtual<br />

shipping guidance.<br />

The latest maritime communication<br />

devices could<br />

provide location data to about<br />

3m accuracy over long distance,<br />

but infill towers such as the one<br />

set to be installed were needed<br />

when the landscape could get in<br />

the way.<br />

“We’ve been working on this<br />

project for three years, one<br />

piece at a time so we can install<br />

and test each part of it and add<br />

improvements as we go.”<br />

It would also interact with<br />

the larger tower on Adderley<br />

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operations, allowing tug and<br />

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“This is a significant<br />

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Wet weather forces Sumner to take draw<br />

SPORTS<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

SUMNER HAVE come away<br />

with a disappointing draw<br />

after the final day of their<br />

championship match against<br />

Riccarton on Saturday was called<br />

off due to wet weather.<br />

The side are now looking<br />

towards their opening match<br />

of the one-day competition on<br />

SLIDE: Sumner‘s Angus<br />

Hooper in the field during<br />

their first innings against<br />

Riccarton. PHOTO: MATTHEW<br />

MUSSON<br />

Saturday against St Albans at<br />

Hagley Park.<br />

Sumner were looking good<br />

coming into their second innings<br />

at the Hagley Nursery Ground,<br />

sitting on a 100-run lead after<br />

the first day of the two-day<br />

match. Club captain Dan Vann<br />

said the team were disappointed<br />

with the result. “We knew the<br />

[weather] outlook wasn’t great<br />

. . . we were pretty confident we<br />

could have pulled it off.”<br />

Sumner took four championship<br />

points from their first<br />

innings performance which saw<br />

them score 297 and bowl Riccarton<br />

out for 197.<br />

Saturday’s one-day match will<br />

be the first time Sumner have<br />

faced St Albans because the<br />

teams have previously played in<br />

separate competitions.<br />

“We don’t know anything<br />

about them, but they’re a<br />

reasonably strong club,” Vann<br />

said. Sumner do not expect to<br />

make any changes to their lineup,<br />

he said.<br />

In other divisions, the Sumner<br />

Blues will be looking to come<br />

back from a tight one-day loss<br />

to Heathcote when they face<br />

Sydenham at Barnett Park on<br />

Saturday. Sumner’s division<br />

three side The Mighty will face<br />

Marist at the same ground on<br />

Saturday, while the Sumner<br />

Presidents will face Burnside in<br />

Burnside.<br />

Canty rides<br />

to victory at<br />

surf champs<br />

SUMNER SURFERS Caspar<br />

McCormick and Estella<br />

Hungerford were part of the first<br />

gold-winning Canterbury surf<br />

team last week.<br />

The Canterbury team won the<br />

prestigious national scholastic<br />

surf champs in Gisborne.<br />

In a three-way battle with<br />

defending champion <strong>Bay</strong><br />

of Plenty and an impressive<br />

Auckland team, the lead<br />

switched several times<br />

throughout the final day as<br />

surfers were slowly eliminated<br />

from the event.<br />

Canterbury eventually took a<br />

solid lead and they never let go.<br />

The team went into the finals<br />

with six surfers challenging<br />

for titles. McCormick won the<br />

longboarding title in convincing<br />

form.<br />

Hungerford, who is a student<br />

at Haeata Community Campus,<br />

was third in the under-16 girls<br />

competition, while Rangiora<br />

High School’s Tegen Bishop was<br />

third in the under-18 girls.<br />

Christchurch’s Conor<br />

McLennan came second in the<br />

under-18 boys competition,<br />

surfing his way from fourth on<br />

his last wave of the final.<br />

In the under-14 boys, Jai<br />

Oakley from Papanui was second<br />

and Kaiapoi High School’s Koby<br />

Cameron was fourth.<br />

Several semi-final and quarterfinal<br />

finishes also helped boost<br />

the team’s points.<br />

Shirley Boys’ High’s Myka<br />

Black was in top form in the<br />

early rounds, finishing fifth in<br />

the under-16 boys and winning<br />

the Adam Clegg Breakthrough<br />

Performance Award for<br />

outstanding surfing.<br />

Black was impressive but came<br />

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St Bede’s College student<br />

Neko Tohiariki finished 13th<br />

in the under-16 boys and his<br />

schoolmate Riley Gibson was<br />

10th in the under-18 boys.<br />

Kaikoura’s Reuben Lyons was<br />

MAKING WAVES: Sumner’s Caspar McCormick was in convincing form to win the<br />

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Canterbury, 8008 pts, 1;<br />

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Heritage Week: No Voice, No<br />

Choice<br />

Daily until November 23,<br />

10.30am-4.30pm<br />

Visit the Akaroa Museum<br />

to see an exhibition exploring<br />

the life and experiences of<br />

women living on Banks<br />

Peninsula from the mid-19th<br />

century to the mid-20th century.<br />

Free entry.<br />

Akaroa Museum, 71 Rue<br />

Lavaud<br />

Heritage Week: Baches of<br />

Taylors Mistake<br />

Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm,<br />

and Saturday-Sunday, 10am-<br />

4pm until <strong>October</strong> 27<br />

See old photos and read<br />

unique stories of baches at<br />

Taylors Mistake. Many are<br />

now 100-years-old. View Janet<br />

Abbott’s publication on the<br />

subject. Entry is free.<br />

Matuku Takotako: Sumner<br />

Library<br />

Storytimes/Wā Kōrero<br />

Wednesday, 10.30-11am,<br />

Tuesday, 11-11.30am<br />

Go along to the Lyttelton<br />

Library for Storytimes, a free and<br />

interactive programme including<br />

stories, songs, rhymes and play.<br />

Sumner Library on Wednesday,<br />

and Lyttelton Library on Tuesday<br />

Email matt.salmons@starmedia.kiwi by<br />

5pm each Wednesday<br />

Knit ‘n’ Yarn<br />

Wednesday, 10am-noon,<br />

Friday, 10.30am-noon<br />

Take your knitting, crochet<br />

or other craft project and spend<br />

some time in the company of<br />

other crafty knitters. This is a<br />

free activity and no bookings are<br />

required. Beginners welcome.<br />

Lyttelton Library on<br />

Wednesday, and Sumner Library<br />

on Friday<br />

Heritage Week: Melodies Of<br />

The Past<br />

Thursday, 1-2pm and 2.15-<br />

3.15pm<br />

Enjoy an hour of music<br />

from the World War 1 era played<br />

on the pipe organ in Ferrymead<br />

Heritage Park’s church. Top off<br />

the concert with a stroll through<br />

the Edwardian township.<br />

Bookings required, adults $10,<br />

students and seniors $8. Tickets<br />

available from 384 1970 or email<br />

info@ferrymead.org.nz.<br />

Ferrymead Heritage Park<br />

Create ‘n’ Connect<br />

Thursday, 9.30am-noon<br />

Take your own creative<br />

project or come and get some<br />

inspiration. Call Beth for more<br />

information on 022 678 1252.<br />

St Andrews Anglican Church,<br />

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs<br />

Check out some live music, kids activities, food and market<br />

stalls in the heritage surroundings of Orton Bradley Park for<br />

the Spring Fair on Sunday, 10am-4pm. Adults $10, children<br />

free. Take a ferry across to Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> from Lyttelton,<br />

and a free shuttle bus will run from there to the park. Free<br />

paddock parking available for those who drive.<br />

Babytimes/Wā Pēpi<br />

Friday and Tuesday, 10.30-<br />

11am<br />

Encourage learning through<br />

language. Babytimes is an<br />

interactive programme including<br />

rhymes, songs, stories and play.<br />

Free.<br />

Lyttelton Library on Friday,<br />

and Sumner Library on Tuesday<br />

Coffee ‘n’ Chat<br />

Friday, 10-11am<br />

Head down for a coffee and<br />

chat with Heathcote Ward city<br />

councillor Sara Templeton.<br />

A perfect opportunity if<br />

you have questions about<br />

things happening in your<br />

neighbourhood or ideas for<br />

future projects, or if you just<br />

want to say hello.<br />

Upstairs at Matuku Takotako:<br />

Sumner Library<br />

Park for a Cause<br />

Every Saturday from 9am<br />

Help raise money for the ​<br />

Cholmondeley Children’s Centre<br />

by simply parking your car in<br />

Lyttelton Port Company’s Jetty 2<br />

car park off Norwich Quay for a<br />

gold coin donation.<br />

Jetty 2 car park<br />

JP Clinic in Sumner<br />

Saturday, 10am-noon<br />

A justice of the peace<br />

will be available to members<br />

of the community to witness<br />

signatures and documents,<br />

certify document copies, hear<br />

oaths, declarations, affidavits<br />

or affirmations, as well as sign<br />

citizenship, sponsorship or rates<br />

rebates applications. There is no<br />

charge for this service.<br />

Matuku Takotako: Sumner<br />

Library<br />

Extravaganza at Ferrymead<br />

Saturday-Monday, 10am-4pm<br />

If you visit Ferrymead<br />

Heritage Park once a year, this is<br />

the time to go. Train and steam<br />

train, tram and double decker<br />

bus rides are all included in the<br />

reduced admission price. Adults<br />

$<strong>17</strong>.50, children $10, students/<br />

seniors $15.<br />

Ferrymead Heritage Park<br />

Craft Fair<br />

Monday, 9am-1pm<br />

Enjoy a range of crafts,<br />

Devonshire tea and a<br />

sausage sizzle. The bowling<br />

green will be open for anyone<br />

wanting to have a go at lawn<br />

bowls. Bowls provided, but you<br />

will need to take your own flatsoled<br />

shoes.<br />

Redcliffs Mt Pleasant<br />

Bowling Club, 9 James St,<br />

Redcliffs<br />

Markets:<br />

Sumner Market: Back for<br />

another season with food and<br />

craft stalls by the beach. Open<br />

each Sunday until April, 11am-<br />

3pm, next to the Sumner Surf<br />

Club.<br />

Ferrymead Night Market: On<br />

the first Saturday of each month,<br />

5-9pm, Ferrymead Heritage<br />

Park.<br />

Lyttelton Farmers’<br />

Market and Lyttelton Craft<br />

Market: Saturday, 10am-1pm,<br />

London<br />

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Since her mother’s disappearance, eleven-year-old<br />

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LIMITED TIME ONLY – SALE ENDS OCTOBER 29 th <strong>2018</strong> • Excludes Manchester and Accessories<br />

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ALL OUTDOOR ON SALE


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BAY HARBOUR<br />

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NEW<br />

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INSTORE AND ONLINE


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