Bay Harbour: October 17, 2018

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2018

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• By Matt Salmons

A DRAFT proposal has now

been approved so that Redcliffs

and Southshore residents can

see sought-after changes to the

District Plan by Christmas.

On Monday, the city council

approved a draft proposal to

change the District Plan through

Greater Christchurch Regeneration

Minister Megan Woods’

Section 71 powers.

The changes sought would

allow people with properties

within a residential unit overlay

of the High Flood Hazard Management

Area to build or renovate

houses, where previously it

had been almost impossible.

Consultation with strategic

partners is the next step in the

process, but the feedback was

expected soon and staff will

report back by November 8.

A final proposal could then go

to Dr Woods by November 14 if

not earlier.

At a meeting last month,

Mayor Lianne Dalziel said it was

“technically possible” that those

changes could be made before

Christmas. Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

member Darrell Latham said in

spite of his earlier criticism, the

city council was advancing the

Section 71 process “extremely

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REDCLIFFS AND Southshore residents will be pleased to see

steps being taken towards a resolution on high flood hazard

management area issues by Christmas (see page 1).

On Monday, the city council approved a draft proposal to

Greater Christchurch Regeneration Minister Megan Woods to

change the wording of the District Plan.

The new wording will make it easier for residents in those

areas to get consent to build new houses or renovate existing

ones, something that has been almost impossible before.

A final proposal will come back to the city council on or

before November 14.

The speed that this draft has come to council and the way the

time line going forward looks, has changed the tune of Darrell

Latham.

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the right moves.

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Seventhwave moves back home

• By Matt Salmons

WELL-KNOWN wetsuit

manufacturer Seventhwave

has returned home, bringing

its entire operation back to its

original Ferrymead site.

The company moved to a site

on Dyers Rd, Bromley, the day

before the September 4, 2010,

earthquake.

Managing director Sarah

Armstrong-Park said the refitted

shop opened on Monday

morning.

She said the staff were excited

to move the manufacturing

plant, showroom and headquarters

back to the company’s

original home.

Sumner surfer Paul Zarifeh

founded the company in 1987

as the Canterbury Wetsuit

Company.

Mr Zarifeh died of pancreatic

cancer on November 23 aged

60. Three weeks later, his son

Sam Zarifeh died after falling

from a raft on the West Coast’s

Landsborough River.

The two were commemorated

by a sculpture on the Esplanade

which was installed in July.

Said Mrs Armstrong-Park:

“Paul was a lovely guy and even

though we weren’t there [when

Seventhwave was in Ferrymead]

ourselves, it’s still like going

home. For our staff, who’ve been

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Seventhwave shop in Ferrymead.

here for a long time, they’re so

excited.”

Mrs Armstrong-Park and

Leif Park took ownership of the

company three years ago, and

briefly considered whether it

was feasible to continue manufacturing

locally.

“We decided that, really, that’s

what the brand is, keeping it

Kiwi. Taking it home really

aligns with that.”

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Volunteer Fire Brigade found

smouldering planks. Chief fire

officer Andrew Norris said there

was no obvious cause and the jetty

was blocked off by a 1.8m fence,

which led him to believe it was

deliberately lit.

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Redcliffs School, the Friend of

Redcliffs Park, is set to meet with

the Workplace and Education

Select Committee in Wellington

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last month. The Redcliffs School

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Jetty beer

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• By Matt Salmons

A BEER being brewed to raise

money to restore the Governors

Bay Jetty finally has a name –

Crooked Pile.

The Governors Bay Jetty Trust

selected the name and a label

design last week from entries submitted

as part of a competition.

Other names suggested included

Pile Driver, Guvna’s Ale,

The Governor’s Tipple, King Billy,

Jetty Pile Ale, Sea Breeze Steam

Beer and Faith, Hop and Charity.

Trust member Louisa Eades

said former Governors Bay resident

Charlotte Dunning’s name

Crooked Pile was chosen for highlighting

a key jetty component.

“The piles are the most important

part of the jetty, they hold it

up above the water. Many of the

piles are now crooked, but once

we’ve rebuilt the jetty, they will be

strong and long-lasting.

“Maybe then we’ll do another

brew called Sturdy Pile Stout,” she

said.

Two Thumb Brewing owner

and trust member Mark Limber’s

steam beer was still in a conditioning

tank absorbing flavour

in preparation for distribution in

November.

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Flood zone change drafted for District Plan

•From page 1

“Having been a critic of council

process, there is evidence that

council are treating this matter

with urgency,” he said.

Dr Latham said he had received

an email from Dr Woods

which said she appreciated the

urgency of the matter and that

her staff were working closely

with the city council.

“I note that what is important

to me is that we can collectively

find pragmatic solutions on ways

this matter can be resolved,” Dr

Woods’ email said.

Dr Latham said city council

staff met with affected community

boards, resident’s associations

and Christchurch Coastal

• By Matt Salmons

A WOMAN walked away

uninjured after the car she was

driving rolled 100m down a

Banks Peninsula hillside.

On Friday afternoon, the

72-year-old, who did not wish to

speak to Bay Harbour News, was

driving towards Akaroa from

Christchurch when the car left

the road on a bend between the

Residents United last week in an

“excellent and constructive session”

on the process.

Stakeholders were supportive

of the proposals, he said and

were pleased by an additional

Hilltop Tavern and Barrys Bay

on State Highway 75.

The Volvo XC60 rolled several

times, before stopping on a plateau.

Akaroa Senior Constable

Tim Johnson said there was no

indication that speed or erratic

driving was involved in the

incident.

He said the woman’s car had

crashed through 40m of bush

proposed change regarding

replacing houses from before the

September 4, 2010, earthquake.

“Which essentially means that

the replacement and repair of

residences now commence from

before reaching open ground.

“It was lucky there was that

plateau, otherwise, she would

have kept going until she

reached the bottom . . . another

100m.”

When he arrived at the scene a

member of the public was sitting

with the woman.

“She was shaken and cold. But

otherwise, no injuries.”

She was taken to Christchurch

Fire rages, homes at risk

September 2010 rather than oneyear

existing use rights.”

Dr Latham said he did not

expect any problems with the

proposal gaining approval once

it was submitted to Dr Woods.

“We are all on the same page,’’

he said.

City council staff also were

in the process of investigating

a number of issues raised at the

workshop, including the number

of properties outside of the

affected area the amendments

could affect, whether a definition

of “unacceptable risk” should be

added.

Staff would also report those

findings back to the city council

on or before November 8.

Driver walks away uninjured from hill crash

Hospital for observation.

Senior Constable Johnson said

it took about two hours for towing

company Wairewa Motors

to winch the car up the bank on

Sunday night.

Wairewa Motors owner Peter

Brooks said the outcome of the

crash was “amazing.”

“The vehicle came out of it

pretty much intact really, she

was quite safe in it.”

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Flu epidemic recalled

• By Matt Salmons

A NEW exhibition at Lyttelton

Library recalls an era when the

flu killed half as many New

Zealanders as World War 1.

Returning soldiers brought

with them an influenza strain

which killed more than 9000

over about six weeks in 1918.

In commemoration,

Lyttelton Library

is hosting a joint

exhibition with

Lyttelton

Museum until

Annette

Williams

October 27.

Lyttelton

Library team

leader Annette Williams

said the When Death Jumped

Ship exhibit included a replica

medicine depot, complete with

inhalation apparatus, as well as

information boards and medicine

bottles from the time.

“They had medicine depots

set up all around the city, ours is

the combination of a couple of

them,” she said.

As well as medicine, people

could get “alcoholic stimulants”

from the depots, Ms Williams

said.

“On prescription, you could

get a bottle of whiskey, brandy

or stout.”

Inhalation apparatus and larger

chambers, which produced

a weak zinc-sulphate spray for

people to breathe in, were also

a common sight. Ms Williams

said there was one in Lyttelton to

service those disembarking from

ferries and ships.

In Christchurch, 14 trams

were used as inhalation centres,

with the air-breaking system

used to run the sprayers. The

trams were taken to outlying

suburbs so people could climb

aboard to walk through the

steam cloud.

Ms Williams said the image

of people lining up for the spray,

sometimes in queues of up to

700, was like something from a

science-fiction novel.

“I think it’s a wee bit scary

that they did that.”

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During the

1918 flu

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people would

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sprayed

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throats using

devices such

as this.

Ms Williams said it was an

important event in New Zealand’s

history and something

people could learn from.

Canterbury University Emeritus

Professor Geoffrey Rice

said the pandemic remained

the world’s worst since the

Black Death and changed the

outcome of World War 1.

Prof Rice will host a public

lecture tonight at Lyttelton Library

on how lessons learned in

1918 can help prepare for future

outbreaks.

He said he believed the risk

of another major pandemic was

greater due to international travel.

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Emeritus Professor Geoffrey

Rice will question: Could it

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• By Matt Salmons

REDCLIFFS’ WOMAN Leanne

Scaturro was shocked to find her

dog Chiko had been attacked by

a leashed dog through her front

gate, leaving his lip “hanging off.”

Now she wants to find the

owner of the other dog to ask if

they had realised the extent of

Chiko’s injury.

“I honestly don’t know what

I’d say to them, I just want to let

them know what’s happened.”

The attack happened while

Ms Scaturro was working on

October 7. She said the description

she had been given was of

a brunette woman walking a

staffy-cross.

Ms Scaturro said Chiko

underwent a complicated procedure

to stitch the star-shaped

wound and had to spend time at

the vet both that afternoon and

on Thursday.

His veterinarian bill totalled

more than $800.

“He [the other dog] could have

ripped his whole jaw off. If it

hadn’t been for the gate, it could

have been a lot worse.”

She had put a plastic mesh

on the gate to prevent anything

similar from happening again.

City council head of regulatory

compliance Tracey Weston

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Award for cottage trust

• By Matt Salmons

DIAMOND Harbour’s Stoddart

Cottage Trust was recognised

last week for its contribution to

raising awareness of heritage

assets.

The trust was given the

Christchurch Civic Trust’s Category

D Award in a ceremony

at Beckenham

Library on

Tuesday.

The award is

given for special

events or

programmes

Paula Smith

that serve

to raise the

community’s awareness and appreciation

of heritage assets.

Trustee Paula Smith said the

award came as a surprise to the

trust.

“We didn’t know who nominated

us or anything.”

She said she later found out it

had been a visitor to the cottage

who had nominated them.

“Keeping a place like this ticking

over requires a lot of work

and it’s all done for nothing.

“It’s nice to be recognised for

that. It helps keep the motivation

up.”

The oldest dwelling in Diamond

Harbour, the cottage was

the birthplace of well-known

HERITAGE: Stoddart Cottage is the oldest dwelling in

Diamond Harbour.

Canterbury artist Margaret

Stoddart.

Awards convenor Neil Roberts

said it was given in recognition

of the stewardship of the trust

over more than two decades and

the “contribution to the social

life of Diamond Harbour.”

Mr Roberts said the building

was also important to communities

outside of Diamond

Harbour due to its heritage.

“Stoddart cottage is one of

the oldest domestic buildings in

the Christchurch area in public

ownership. It is also perhaps

importantly the birthplace of

one of New Zealand’s most celebrated

women watercolourists.”

Since earthquake repairs were

completed last year, the cottage

had been open every Friday,

Saturday and Sunday and on

public holidays.

Visitors could explore the

house and museum, see local

artworks and buy crafts at

an on-site shop run by a cooperative.

Mrs Smith said the trust

wanted to eventually buy some

original Margaret Stoddart

paintings to display at the cottage.

“So we’d have our own little

collection,” she said.

Anniversary celebrations

• By Matt Salmons

FROM BRASS bands to coffee

meet-ups, music sessions to

disaster preparation, the last

decade has been varied for the

Sumner Bays Union Trust.

The charity celebrated its

10-year anniversary working

in the Sumner and Redcliffs

communities on Sunday.

When it was formed in 2008

it had three ongoing projects – a

coffee group, an arts and crafts

market and a lunch group.

As it celebrates a decade, the

trust now oversees 10 projects

including the Bridge2Rocks

Timebank, the Sumner

Community Garden, Loopy

Tunes children’s’ music group

and the Sumner Silver Band.

Community development

team leader Eddie Hayes has

been with the trust since it

started in 2008 and said “seeing

the community grow and pull

together” had been rewarding.

“Community development

is the philosophy on which the

trust was founded. It’s about

empowering the community,

not merely doing it for the

community. It underpins

everything we do.”

The then Union Parish formed

the trust with a view to grow

and develop the community, Mr

Hayes said.

“Right from the beginning,

we’ve tried to have a wide

representation of the

community on the trust board

as possible.”

Now the Port Hills Uniting

Parish, it is represented on the

six-member board by Lydia

MacKinnon. Deirdre Johns is the

board’s chairwoman.

Although the February 22,

2011, took a toll on the trust’s

projects, Mr Hayes said it had

grown significantly since then.

“Certainly, some projects

have come and gone, but we’ve

been able to maintain a range of

projects for substantial periods

of time.”

One the trust’s latest projects

centred around combating social

isolation in elderly residents of

Sumner, Redcliffs and further

afield to Mt Pleasant and

Ferrymead.

“We knew social isolation was

a big issue out here . . . but we

didn’t know the depths of it.”

The trust employed Maree

McGovern to provide social

work support and organise

regular outings.

This year, the trust had

started focusing on promoting

sustainability initiatives, such

as the Sumner Food Forest and

Predator Free groups.

Mr Hayes said he believed the

trust would continue “doing cool

stuff” long into the future.

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New marina opened

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LYTTELTON’S new

walk-on marina, Te Ana,

opened yesterday.

Since construction was

completed in April, more

than 140 of the marina’s

170 yacht and powerboat

berths have already been

leased.

A berth on the marina

cost about $5000 a year.

Lyttelton Port Company

chief executive Peter Davie

said opening the marina

was the first step towards

regenerating the inner

harbour.

Retail and commercial

space was available in the

area at refurbished building

The Woolstore.​

The site also included

a waterfront promenade,

while The Woolstore

housed the marina’s

administration offices and

public bathroom facilities.

Mr Davie said LPC

would make an announcement

soon for plans to

further enhance the area.

Lyttelton Harbour Business

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Urgent solution

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• By Matt Salmons

STEPS DOWN to Te Ana

Marina from Simeon Quay in

Lyttelton have been closed due to

concerns for public safety.

While no date had been set for

the stairs to reopen, city council

manager planning and delivery

transport Lynette Ellis said work

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without delay.”

“Council staff are working

with contractors to develop a

solution that will allow the steps

to be re-opened.

“The proposed solution and

programme are still being

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She said contractors working

on a nearby sewer hit and

broke a 30cm water main in

July.

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break, water overwhelmed the

steps causing some damage to

the bank,” she said.

The water undermined the

stairs.

A recent assessment of the

steps identified a potential risk

to the public and the city council

closed them as a precautionary

measure.

• By Matt Salmons

SUMNER’S NEWEST principal

is finding her feet this week after

moving from Outback Australia.

Charlotte Morgan started her

new role as principal at Our

Lady Star of the Sea School on

Monday.

Mrs Morgan would also have

a teaching role at the school.

“I’m experienced in all levels

of primary schooling, so I’ll fit

in wherever needs be.

“I’m just really excited to get

to know the students and

families.”

She said her first priority

would be finding her feet in

the school and fitting into the

“absolutely amazing” teaching

team, rather than bringing in

any changes.

“I’m not the sort of person

who goes in and re-invents the

wheel.”

She said she, her husband

Dion Parson and her children

Tāmati, 11, and Amīria, 6, had

been welcomed at Our Lady Star

of the Sea with a special mass

and pōwhiri when they first arrived

before the holidays.

Both children now attended

the school.

In the last week of term 3, Mrs

Morgan spent time with former

acting principal Mark Gregory

for a handover.

Principals from other Catholic

schools and parents had

contacted her to make her feel

welcome, she said.

“I feel very supported . . . very

lucky and blessed.”

Originally from Napier, Mrs

Morgan and her family had

moved back to New Zealand last

month.

She had spent the last six years

working in Western Australia,

including at a school in an

indigenous community in the

remote Kimberly region and at a

new Catholic school in Perth.

Sumner’s convenience, beachfront

location and the ability to

take a quick walk to get a coffee

or go to the library had made for

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“When you’ve [lived in the

Outback] you learn to appreciate

the little things in life.”

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Mrs Morgan’s own primary

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PAGE 11

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

team from Auckland that opened the Parly Sports events. ​

Successful fundraiser

Port Hills list

MP Nuk Korako

gives a recap

of the success

of the recent

Parly Sports

fundraising

event at

Linwood Rugby Club

IT WAS for a great cause,

alongside my fantastic

group of volunteers, we

organised a charity event

on September 29 at the

Linwood Rugby Club.

Parliamentarians from

across all political parties

played rugby against local

Canterbury legends, the

police netball team were

up against the local All-

Stars and we even had the

National Indian Kabaddi

team from Auckland as

the curtain-raiser.

Bagpipers and drummers

from the City of

Christchurch Highland

Pipe Band, were a fantastic

sight as they paraded

around the field.

The Cantabrians

were too much for

the visiting teams

and took the trophy

in rugby and netball.

We were really

pleased to raise over

$23,000 that afternoon,

with proceeds going

to a Port Hills charity, the

Familial Trust.

The trust provides

hope, well-being and

understanding for families

affected by addiction.

Addictions have a negative

impact on a person’s

life and the lives of those

around them.

There are many types

of addictions and around

45,000 of New Zealanders

receive support to reduce

their alcohol or drug

use each year, and this

is estimated to be only

one-third of those who

are experiencing problems

with their use.

There are organisations

who provide free

assistance to the affected

person such as CCS on

Ferry Rd, or for support to

those families affected, the

Familial Trust is there to

assist.

It is important for those

people affected to not feel

alone or isolated.

Local organisations

including Heathcote

Valley Inn and Ngāi

Tahu generously donated

auction items, food or

beverages for the after

match function.

Many Port Hills locals

supported the event, so

a huge thanks to you for

helping us to raise such

a great amount for the

Familial Trust.

In 2016 we raised

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0800Hungry in

Ferrymead and Hohepa

in Cashmere.

Communities help to

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helping to support the

human need of belonging,

connects us all.

Have a great week.

Check your boating gear

BOATIES ARE being

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their equipment and

communication channels

this week for Safer Boating

Week.

Environment

Canterbury navigation

safety officer Gary

Manch is urging boaties

of all kinds – from

paddleboarders to

powercraft operators – to

ensure their life jackets are

in a serviceable condition

and fitted correctly.

This echoes the message

from Maritime New

Zealand for Safer Boating

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Friday.

“We want all Canterbury

boaties to have fun on the

water and remain safe,

which is why we are asking

them to check their life

jackets before they head

back to the water as the

weather improves,” Mr

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suitable for the area

they’re in, such as a VHF

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should check their vessel

was well-serviced before

heading out.

“Our main message, like

Maritime New Zealand’s,

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boaties are well-prepared

for when they take to the

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

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Local

News

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Leadership

change at

port company

AFTER FIVE years as chairman

of the Lyttelton Port Company,

Trevor Burt stepped down to be

replaced by Margaret Devlin last

week.

Mr Burt, who was director

of the LPC Board for five years

before becoming

chairman,

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the leadership

to Ms Devlin at

the company’s

annual general

meeting.

Margaret

Devlin

Ms Devlin

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for

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Grierson Ltd, Titanium Park Ltd

and the Women in Infrastructure

Network.

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development during Mr Burt’s

decade on the board.

“Trevor leaves LPC knowing

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Mr Davie said Mr Burt had

been vital to moving the port

east onto reclaimed land and the

opening of the region’s first floating

marina.

Tower to improve communication

• By Matt Salmons

Ian Fox

MARITIME communications

in Lyttelton Harbour are set

to improve when a new tower

is installed in Park Terrace

Reserve.

A licence granted by the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board allowed

the tower to

occupy the site

for up to 20

years.

Environment

Canterbury

regional harbourmaster

Ian Fox said

it would take

COMMUNICATION: A tower to be built near Naval Point could improve access to emergency

channels and real-time virtual shipping guidance.

“about a week” to install the

tower.

“It would also be able to have

a street light installed on it that

would improve safety for people

using the [nearby walking

track].”

The Park Terrace Reserve was

the only suitable site for such a

tower identified in the area.

The automatic identification

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but already proven” technology,

Mr Fox said.

It would provide upper

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communications support

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The latest maritime communication

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but infill towers such as the one

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when the landscape could get in

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It would also interact with

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Wet weather forces Sumner to take draw

SPORTS

• By Matt Salmons

SUMNER HAVE come away

with a disappointing draw

after the final day of their

championship match against

Riccarton on Saturday was called

off due to wet weather.

The side are now looking

towards their opening match

of the one-day competition on

SLIDE: Sumner‘s Angus

Hooper in the field during

their first innings against

Riccarton. PHOTO: MATTHEW

MUSSON

Saturday against St Albans at

Hagley Park.

Sumner were looking good

coming into their second innings

at the Hagley Nursery Ground,

sitting on a 100-run lead after

the first day of the two-day

match. Club captain Dan Vann

said the team were disappointed

with the result. “We knew the

[weather] outlook wasn’t great

. . . we were pretty confident we

could have pulled it off.”

Sumner took four championship

points from their first

innings performance which saw

them score 297 and bowl Riccarton

out for 197.

Saturday’s one-day match will

be the first time Sumner have

faced St Albans because the

teams have previously played in

separate competitions.

“We don’t know anything

about them, but they’re a

reasonably strong club,” Vann

said. Sumner do not expect to

make any changes to their lineup,

he said.

In other divisions, the Sumner

Blues will be looking to come

back from a tight one-day loss

to Heathcote when they face

Sydenham at Barnett Park on

Saturday. Sumner’s division

three side The Mighty will face

Marist at the same ground on

Saturday, while the Sumner

Presidents will face Burnside in

Burnside.

Canty rides

to victory at

surf champs

SUMNER SURFERS Caspar

McCormick and Estella

Hungerford were part of the first

gold-winning Canterbury surf

team last week.

The Canterbury team won the

prestigious national scholastic

surf champs in Gisborne.

In a three-way battle with

defending champion Bay

of Plenty and an impressive

Auckland team, the lead

switched several times

throughout the final day as

surfers were slowly eliminated

from the event.

Canterbury eventually took a

solid lead and they never let go.

The team went into the finals

with six surfers challenging

for titles. McCormick won the

longboarding title in convincing

form.

Hungerford, who is a student

at Haeata Community Campus,

was third in the under-16 girls

competition, while Rangiora

High School’s Tegen Bishop was

third in the under-18 girls.

Christchurch’s Conor

McLennan came second in the

under-18 boys competition,

surfing his way from fourth on

his last wave of the final.

In the under-14 boys, Jai

Oakley from Papanui was second

and Kaiapoi High School’s Koby

Cameron was fourth.

Several semi-final and quarterfinal

finishes also helped boost

the team’s points.

Shirley Boys’ High’s Myka

Black was in top form in the

early rounds, finishing fifth in

the under-16 boys and winning

the Adam Clegg Breakthrough

Performance Award for

outstanding surfing.

Black was impressive but came

unstuck in the semi-final.

St Bede’s College student

Neko Tohiariki finished 13th

in the under-16 boys and his

schoolmate Riley Gibson was

10th in the under-18 boys.

Kaikoura’s Reuben Lyons was

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Heritage Week: No Voice, No

Choice

Daily until 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

Heritage Week: Baches of

Taylors Mistake

Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm,

and Saturday-Sunday, 10am-

4pm until October 27

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

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 on Wednesday,

and Lyttelton Library on Tuesday

Email matt.salmons@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10am-noon,

Friday, 10.30am-noon

Take your knitting, crochet

or other craft project and spend

some time in the company of

other crafty knitters. This is a

free activity and no bookings are

required. Beginners welcome.

Lyttelton Library on

Wednesday, and Sumner Library

on Friday

Heritage Week: Melodies Of

The Past

Thursday, 1-2pm and 2.15-

3.15pm

Enjoy an hour of music

from the World War 1 era played

on the pipe organ in Ferrymead

Heritage Park’s church. Top off

the concert with a stroll through

the Edwardian township.

Bookings required, adults $10,

students and seniors $8. Tickets

available from 384 1970 or email

info@ferrymead.org.nz.

Ferrymead Heritage Park

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

Check out some live music, kids activities, food and market

stalls in the heritage surroundings of Orton Bradley Park for

the Spring Fair on Sunday, 10am-4pm. Adults $10, children

free. Take a ferry across to Diamond Harbour from Lyttelton,

and a free shuttle bus will run from there to the park. Free

paddock parking available for those who drive.

Babytimes/Wā Pēpi

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,

and Sumner Library on Tuesday

Coffee ‘n’ Chat

Friday, 10-11am

Head down for a coffee and

chat with Heathcote Ward city

councillor Sara Templeton.

A perfect opportunity if

you have questions about

things happening in your

neighbourhood or ideas for

future projects, or if you just

want to say hello.

Upstairs at Matuku Takotako:

Sumner Library

Park for a Cause

Every Saturday from 9am

Help raise money for the ​

Cholmondeley Children’s Centre

by simply parking your car in

Lyttelton Port Company’s Jetty 2

car park off Norwich Quay for a

gold coin donation.

Jetty 2 car park

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,

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

Library

Extravaganza at Ferrymead

Saturday-Monday, 10am-4pm

If you visit Ferrymead

Heritage Park once a year, this is

the time to go. Train and steam

train, tram and double decker

bus rides are all included in the

reduced admission price. Adults

$17.50, children $10, students/

seniors $15.

Ferrymead Heritage Park

Craft Fair

Monday, 9am-1pm

Enjoy a range of crafts,

Devonshire tea and a

sausage sizzle. The bowling

green will be open for anyone

wanting to have a go at lawn

bowls. Bowls provided, but you

will need to take your own flatsoled

shoes.

Redcliffs Mt Pleasant

Bowling Club, 9 James St,

Redcliffs

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’

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AND SEMI RETIRED MEN

ARE yOu INTERESTED IN?

• Joining a club to hear

stimulating speakers

• Enjoying friendship and fun

with like minded people

THEN yOu ARE INVITED TO

Ferrymead Sumner

Men’s Probus Club

We meet 4th Thursday

of each month, 10am

Redcliffs Bowling Club

James St

You are most welcome to just come along

Or ring one of the contacts below.

Allan Hughey Michael Hannifin

Ph. 384 0099 Ph. 384 4771

ADD SOME

Gardening

& Supplies

A GARDEN OR

LANDSCAPING

TIDY

UP?

Shrub, hedge & tree

pruning, Lawns,

Gardening, consistently

reliable general property

upkeep, Dip. Hort. 10

yrs experience, One off

tidy ups or on-going

service. Nick’s Garden

Maintenance. Keeping

your garden beautiful.

Free Quote. Ph. 942-4440

& 022 264 7452

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JUNE to AUG temps 20C

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Phone for further details

(03) 379 1100

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• Leaks

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PLUMBER

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Serving Christchurch and wider

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24/7 caLLOUT serVice

Your local professional

Carol and Chris

Phone 376 5322 or email

chcheast@laserplumbing.co.nz

Trades & Services

Native PlaNts

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CanTerbury

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• Groundcovers

• Ferns

• Grasses

• Small to big

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Ask us about Super

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42 Charlesworth Street

Ph/Fax (03) 982-1028 | OPEN 7 DAYS

www.treesforcanterbury.org.nz

AJ BREWER Biosecurity Ltd

PLANT PEST CONTROL

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■ Gorse

■ Old Mans Beard

• Shelterbelts

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■ Broom

■ Wilding Pine

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For more details call AMY 0274 713 834

rooF

painting

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Rope and harness a

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No scaffolding required.

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Free quotes, call

Craig 021 060 2392

PLUMBER

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replacements

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Trades & Services

ROOF

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moss and mould

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house ■ Gorse filtration to ■ Wilding Pine

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relaying, restretching.

Phone Mike Email jflattery@xtra.co.nz

ph John on 0800 003 181

021 132 8929 or 027 2407416

CONCRETE CUTTING

Affordable Concrete

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removal work. Free quote.

No job to small. Phone 027

442-2219, Fax 359-6052

a/h 359- 4605

ELECTRICIAN

JMP Electrical.

Experienced & registered..

Expert in all home

electrical repairs &

maintenance.Call James

027 4401715

GARDENER

Need your home or

commercial garden tidied

up or renovated or require

long term assistance.

Phone Ruth 326-6663 or

021 272-0303

LAWNMOWING

You Grow I Mow. Free

quotes. Ph / text Chris 021

252 1801

Trades & Services

LAWNMOWING

Mowing & lawn care,

gardening, tidyups,

pruning, vegie gardens.

Over 20 yrs exp. Moore

Mowing and Gardening

021 113 6461 or 981 2155

PAINTER/PLASTERER

Experienced tradesman,

quality work, free quotes,

ph Simon 027 389-1351 or

03 328-7280

PLASTERING

INTERIOR

no job too big or too

small, specialise in repair

work & new houses, free

quotes given, over 20 yrs

plastering experience, ph

Peter 027 221-4066 or

384-2574

TRAdESMAN

PAINTER

30 yrs exp, int/ext.Roof

coating prof. Cert rope &

harness specialist, difficult

access areas no problem,

no need for scaffold.Ph

Craig 021 026 92138

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Phone for further details

Real Estate

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New Brighton

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section, this large family

home offers the ultimate

seaside playground and

escape from the rate race.

Deadline Sale: All offers

to be presented at 3.00pm

on Tuesday 23rd October

2018, 98 Moorhouse

Avenue (unless sold prior).

View: See website for

viewing times.

Andrea Allen

M 021 225 2001

P 03 379 6596

harcourts.co.nz/ CR37373

PIANO LESSONS

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DipABRSM ATCL AIRMT

51A Colenso St, Sumner

Ph. 021 044 5102

www.pianoandtheory.co.nz

catherine.bracegirdle@gmail.com

(03) 379 1100


PAGE 24 Wednesday October 17 2018

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Wednesday October 17 2018

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 25

LIMITED TIME ONLY – SALE ENDS OCTOBER 29 th 2018 • Excludes Manchester and Accessories

Whitehaven Queen Bed

now only $ 799

Accessories not included.

Prague 7 Pc Dining Pkg

now only $ 1499

Accessories not included.

ALL BEDROOM ON SALE

ALL DINING ON SALE

Andorra 3 Seater Electric Recliner

now only $ 1999

Accessories sold separately.

Casoria Outdoor 2 Seater

now only $ 1799

Casoria Outdoor Single Seater

now only $ 999

Accessories sold separately.

a

ALL LOUNGE ON SALE

ALL OUTDOOR ON SALE


PAGE 26 Wednesday October 17 2018

BAY HARBOUR

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Refresh your home for summer...

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NEW

Madeleine 2 Drawer

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now only $ 259

Elyse 3 Seater

now only $ 999

Available in 3 colours.

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Alice Dining Chair

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now only $ 749

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now only $ 599

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Queen Bed

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Accessories not included.

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now only $ 349

www.targetfurniture.co.nz


Wednesday October 17 2018

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 27

NEW

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Mattress not included.

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Turn over for 2018 Outdoor collection.

INSTORE AND ONLINE


PAGE 28 Wednesday October 17 2018

BAY HARBOUR

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Outdoor 2018

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WHILE STOCKS

LAST

Soak up the sun in style!

Droplet

Egg Chair

only

$

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Palermo 3 Seater

now only $ 999

Accessories sold separately.

Montego Dining/Lounge Set

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Accessories not included.

Cloud Armchair

now only $ 479

Fox Dining Table &

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SAVE $ 1000

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We accept:

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