Bay Harbour: November 07, 2018

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• By Gordon Findlater

KAIN PARSONS’ Sumner

Sharks teammates and close

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his wife Alana and three

children after the charity boxing

tragedy on Saturday night.

A Givealittle page has been set

up by Darren Jenkinson, a longterm

friend of Mr Parsons.

Mr Parsons was knocked

unconscious during his bout in

the Fight for Christchurch at

Horncastle Arena.

He was taken to hospital in a

critical condition.

Mr Jenkinson said yesterday

friends and family had been at

his bedside.

“He’s a great friend and is

always the first person there

when anyone needs help.”

Mr Parsons – a former builder

turned project manager for

Versatile Garages – was knocked

unconscious during a fight

against former Canterbury

and Tasman Mako’s halfback

Steve Alfeld at the Fight for

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IF EVER there was a worthy cause to help,

it’s the fund set up for Kain Parsons’ family

(see page 1).

Kain was critically injured in the big

charity boxing event on Saturday night.

Yesterday, his condition was not good.

His friends and Sumner Sharks teammates have launched a

Givealittle page to raise funds for his wife Alana and their three

children.

In the weeks and months to come it will be of huge help to the

mountain they will have to climb.

Sumner club John Taylor sums Kain up: “He’s held in very

high regard at the club. He’s been a member of the Sharks team

for a number of years and is just a bloody good guy.”

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Call for greater police

presence in Sumner over summer

• By Matt Salmons

A GREATER police presence is

wanted in Sumner over summer.

The Sumner Community

Residents’ Association, Redcliffs

Residents’ Association and Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community

Board

will meet with

Canterbury

Metro Police

Commander

Superintendent

Lane Todd at

the Sumner

Liza Sparrow

Hub today.

SCRA’s community

development and event

organiser Liza Sparrow said the

groups would invite the police to

base a permanent presence

in the hub building over summer.

Ms Sparrow said an expected

increase in people in the village

over summer and a number of

crimes in the town over the past

year, including aggravated burglaries

and a manslaughter, had

made residents look to police for

increased support.

“We would like to see an

increase in police presence

to ensure that both residents

and visitors have a sense of

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“It’s not just about police

though . . . it’s actually about

communities growing and supporting

each other. Being aware

of one’s neighbours.”

Said a police spokeswoman:

“Police wouldn’t be able to

comment on any hypothetical

outcomes before that meeting

takes place.”​

A home invasion last year had

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Heathcote Community Board

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SECURITY:

Sumner

residents want

an increased

police

presence in

the village over

summer.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham sent a letter to

Superintendent Todd on behalf

of the board last week to request

the meeting.

Dr Latham said he “particularly

interested to know” how

the increase in police nationally

would impact the Sumner area.

“I’d like to know how that will

impact the communities out this

way . . . particularly given the

concerns we have.”​

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on the Teddington side of the pass.

SUMMIT RD FIRES

Sumner firefighters put out small

patchy fires on Summit Rd, on

Sunday, which were likely caused

by fireworks. Sumner Volunteer

Fire Brigade chief Daryl Sayer said

his crew has been fortunate to not

receive many call outs for fireworks

this Guy Fawkes Day. However, he

said he would not discount the fact

that people may hold on to their

fireworks for the coming weekend.

He said people should keep water

nearby when lighting fireworks and

to avoid setting them off if it was

windy.

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CTV survivor helps drop first ball at

• By Matt Salmons

MARYANNE Jackson survived

the tragedy of the CTV building

collapse in the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

The site will forever hold

emotional memories for the Mt

Pleasant woman.

Now, another quake-devasted

site holds special memories after

the rebuilt Lyttelton Timeball

tower reopened on Friday.

Her grandmother Gertrude

was born there in 1889 while her

great-grandfather John Richard

Toomey was the flag-signalman.

“We were always told about

it and we often went there,” Ms

Jackson said.

“It was like our castle on the

hill . . . it was close to our heart.

A great connection that we are

very proud of.”

Ms Jackson and her brother

John McKenna, a Lytteltonbased

ship’s captain attended

the opening ceremony and were

invited to activate the tower’s automatic

timeball system, which

would drop the ball everyday at

1pm.

“We were very proud to be

invited and to stand up with

Mayor Lianne Dalziel and push

the button to drop the ball.”

Ms Jackson said ships in the

harbour, including her brother’s,

sounded their horns when the

timeball dropped.

The tower was almost completely

destroyed along with

the station building during the

February 22, 2011, earthquake

and subsequent aftershocks.

Only the tower section of the

1876 structure could be saved,

the $3 million restoration project

began in July last year. Work on

the tower and flagpole finished

in June, while landscaping work

finished this week.

Ms Jackson was the only CTV

employee in the building to

DROP: Maryanne

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brother John

McKenna push

the button to

drop the timeball

alongside Mayor

Lianne Dalziel

and descendants

of the last family

to live in the

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escape when the magnitude 6.3

earthquake struck.

She ran from her ground-floor

desk when the shaking began.

The building collapsed behind

her claiming 16 of her

colleagues.

In total, ​115 people were killed

in the central city building, the

Madras St site of which is now a

memorial to those who died.

Ms Jackson said her mother

Hilary would be very upset to

know the fate of the Timeball

Station.

“I would like to see it all rebuilt,

but it’s great to see it back

up on the side of the hill.”

She said the opening event was

“a highlight” for her family and

going back onto the site “brought

back a lot of memories.”

“I think they’ve done a wonderful

job to rebuild it. It’s such a

Lyttelton landmark.”

Ms Jackson said seeing the

tower restored returned “a bit of

normalcy” to the port.

The years where the iconic

structure was not visible on the

hill had been “upsetting,” she

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tower

Ms Jackson’s great-grandfather

John Richard Toomey was the

first flag-signalman to live in the

Timeball Station, taking the post

in 1879 at the age of 15.

Signalmen used coloured flags

to communicate between ships

and the port.

Mr Toomey

taught himself

both local and

international

flag signals as

well as Morse

code and other

tools of the

signalman’s

trade.

John Richard

Toomey

“Quite clever

really, but he

would have

learned a lot

from his father Peter Michael

Toomey who was

a sea captain,” Ms Jackson

said.

Signalmen worked from the

tower until 1934, when they were

replaced by radio.

Mr Toomey later moved his

family to Adderley Heads where

he held another signalman’s

position, before moving back to

Lyttelton itself.

“Our family has always

lived in Lyttelton,” Ms Jackson

said.

Proposal goes to Woods to

change plan in flood zone

• By Matt Salmons

CHANGES TO the District

Plan sought by residents of

Redcliffs and Southshore edge

closer after the city council

finalised a section 71 proposal

at its Thursday meeting.

The proposal asks the

Minister to use her powers

under section 71 of the Greater

Christchurch Regeneration Act

to amend the District Plan.

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.

Mayor Lianne Dalziel said

the proposal will be submitted

to the Greater Christchurch

Regeneration Minister Megan

Woods and to Regenerate

Christchurch straight away,

so the District Plan can be

amended as soon as possible.

“The next step is for the Minister

to invite public comments

before she makes a decision on

whether or not to accept our

CHANGES: A proposal to Minister Megan Woods to change the

Christchurch District Plan will make it easier for some coastal

property owners to build on their sections. ​

proposal and amend the District

Plan. We’re hoping this can

happen before Christmas,’’ Mrs

Dalziel said.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham said Thursday’s

decision left him and others

who had fought for the change

“very happy and confident.”

“I think what has been

achieved today is significant

and will serve residents well.”

Another proposed change,

which went “beyond and above”

the expectations of coastal

residents, was the change to

existing use rights, Dr Latham

said.

The change would mean

property owners in the RUO

could replace houses which in

the area before the September 4,

2010, earthquake with a property

of a similar size and build,

regardless of when they were

demolished.

“I’m very pleased we are moving

towards a specific resolution

for residents in the higher flood

management area’s residential

unit overly,” Dr Latham said.

In spite of earlier criticisms,

Dr Latham said the city council

had moved quickly to ensure

issues “in the policy has been

addressed” since he, Cr David

East and Coastal Burwood

Community Board chairwoman

Kim Money and deputy

chairman Tim Sintes publicly

raised the issue on September 3.

At Thursday’s meeting, Cr

East apologised to council staff

if his comments then were

taken as being disparaging to

city council staff.

“We fully support the statement

by Cr East and we were

aware he was making it.”

A code of conduct complaint

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FALLEN: The 1985 container crane collapse at the port and memories from a time when people could explore the port freely are told in a new app called Our

Stories Project.

Lyttelton stories app almost ready

• By Matt Salmons

MORE THAN a dozen stories

from Lyttelton people about their

suburb will all be available at the

touch of a button before the end

of the month.

The Our Stories Project phone

app, which will share stories

about Lyttelton when users are

near places associated with the

tale, is almost ready.

Creator and Lyttelton resident

Kris Herbert said the free app

may be launched this week on

Apple and Android devices, with

the port stories available as a

one-off purchase.

Audio recordings of stories

from 20 current and former

Lyttelton residents have been

collated in the app.

Users will be able to listen to

the recordings at any time, but

Ms Herbert said the best way

to use it was while exploring

Lyttelton.

The app could be set to alert

the user or auto-play a story

when they are near the place

associated with the story.

“It’s a beautiful way to

understand a place,” Ms Herbert

said.

“There’s something magical

SOON: Our Stories Project app creator Kris Herbert tests out the soon to be released app at the

Canterbury St Cemetery.

PHOTO: JASON LARRAMAN

about putting story and place

together.”

While it included a map and

directions, users will be free to

explore at their own pace.

Initially, the app was to be

called Lyttelton Stories. However,

Ms Herbert said she planned to

expand the concept into other

areas as well as expanding the

Lyttelton content, so she changed

its name to Our Stories.

“I could see it working

absolutely anywhere.”

Users will be able to purchase

any future “tours” through the

app as they are completed.

Ms Herbert, a freelance

journalist, said the project

began in 2016, with pupils from

Lyttelton Primary School doing

the interviews.

She said the pupils were given

set questions but were “welcome

to ask any other questions that

came to mind.”

The interviews had been a

good way to build connections

in the port, Ms Herbert said.

Her favourite example was when

a group of “hoodie-wearing”

teens interviewed a 98-year-old ​

woman.

“Watching these teenage boys

. . . hearing stories of World War

2, the port strikes, polio scares,

I just saw their jaws drop. They

were understanding that these

historical events were real.”

Some of the stories cropped up

multiple times like the infamous

Goat Man who was said to have

lurked in the Canterbury St

Cemetery.

“There was a real era where

there was someone that kids

were scared of around the

cemetery. I think eventually we

will make a whole Goat Man

tour.”

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• By Matt Salmons

RICHMOND HILL residents

are likely to get a sought-after

footpath to address their safety

concerns next year, the city

council says.

Resident Kathy Duncan said

that was a “step in the right

direction.”

“We feel really positive and

hopeful that the footpath will be

done next year.”

It comes after the Bay Harbour

News highlighted the issue last

week.

An increase in traffic on

Richmond Hill Rd due to

development forced residents

to raise concerns with the city

council, calling for more safety

measures beyond the new

40km/h speed restriction.

Last week the city council said

a sought-after footpath could be

added during planned resurfacing

works next year.

This comes after council staff

met with residents over the issue

on October 24.

The lack of a footpath on a

300m section of the road between

the top corner and Cecil Wood

Way forced pedestrians and

cyclists to share the narrow road

with trucks and cars.

City council transport

planning and delivery manager

Lynette Ellis said that section of

Richmond Hill Rd was due for

resurfacing in the next financial

year.

“Staff have said it would be best

to treat this work as one project

and replace the broken kerb and

channel . . . at the same time as

forming the missing footpath

section.”

Ms Ellis said there was no

budget for a footpath so the best

option was for staff to apply for

funding next year.

“Staff would need to review

the plans and associated costs

and an application for additional

capital funds would need to be

considered as part of the Annual

Plan review for the 2019/20

financial year.”

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham said he was

“thrilled” that residents’ concerns

had been acknowledged.

Completing the footpath

and the resurfacing work

simultaneously would “save the

ratepayer valuable money in the

long run,” he said.

“It will also minimise future

ongoing disruption for residents.

Safety has to be of paramount

importance.’’

SAFETY: Last week’s edition

of the Bay Harbour News

highlighted concerns held by

Richmond Hill residents.

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Positive signs footpath will be built

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2018

• By Matt Salmons

THIS PHOTO shows why

residents on a hill above Sumner

need a footpath.

New 40km/h speed signs will

be installed on Richmond Hill

Rd this week, but residents say

more still needs to be done to

make the narrow road safer.

Increasing traffic in the area

had increased concern about

driver and pedestrian safety.

Kathy Duncan said residents are

worried about the safety of people

walking or cycling between the

top corner and Cecil Wood Way as

there was no footpath.

“There’s been so many near

misses. Every person who lives

on that road has a story.”

About 18 residents, community

board and residents’ association

members met with city council

traffic and transport staff on

Wednesday to discuss the issue.

Mrs Duncan said a number

of ideas to address concerns

were mooted at the meeting and

council staff said they would

look into them and report back.

“We’ll see what happens, but

we left the meeting feeling quite

positive,” she said.

City council transport planning

and delivery manager

Lynette Ellis said staff were “currently

working through options

to address concerns.”

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Darrell Latham said one solution

suggested by residents was a

“rudimentary” gravel pathway

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DANGEROUS:

Residents

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Another solution was to extend

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road.”

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Makeover

for Naval

Point before

Christmas

LYTTELTON’S NAVAL Point

will receive a makeover before

Christmas for the busy summer

boating season.

Work crews of city council

contractors will re-level parking

areas, fill in potholes and

improve drainage.

The popular public slipway

will also benefit from tree pruning

and site maintenance work,

as well as improved line marking

and signage.

The six-week programme of

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for boaties and pedestrians

alike, supporting a range of

summer activities.

Contractors using the eastern

section of the site, near the

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to finish their weekday

work by Christmas.

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Local

News

Now

Lucky petrel released at Godley Head

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Salmons

A NORTHERN giant petrel

rescued on Sumner Beach last

week was released at Godley

Head on Sunday.

The aggressive scavengers,

also known as stinkpots,

pāngurunguru or sea vultures,

spend most of

their lives at sea.

Normally they

come ashore at

the Auckland,

Campbell,

Antipodes

and Chatham

islands to breed.

Annabel

Black

Sumner’s

Annabel Black,

who found the

“beautiful bird”, said it was great

to hear it had been released.

“First of all, it’s cool it wasn’t

hurt by another animal and that

it’s been released.”

The petrel refused to leave

during an earlier attempt to

release it on Wednesday.

South Island Wildlife Hospital

volunteer Karen Talbot said she

and a vet had tried to release the

bird above Lyttelton Harbour.

“We went to let it go . . . he ran

down the hill and then just sat.”

Ms Talbot said the vet then

had to climb down and retrieve

the 5kg bird.

Wildlife hospital volunteers

spent the next four days feeding

fish to the bird and allowing it

rest as it had suspected minor

bruising on its leg.

Ms Talbot said high winds

may have blown the young bird

off course, causing it to crash

land in Sumner.

In spite of the wind on Sunday,

she said the release was a success.

“He just sat and smelt the wind.

PHOTO: ANNABEL BLACK

But when we came back he was

gone.”

Ms Black said she was walking

with a friend when they spotted

the bird near the Sumner Surf

Life Saving Club last Monday.

“It looked like it had a sore

leg. I actually thought it was an

albatross at first . . . it was so big.”

RESCUED: This northern

giant petrel was rescued at

Sumner Beach last week

and nursed back to health by

South Island Wildlife Hospital

volunteers.

The two women got a barrier

from a nearby construction site

to shield the distressed bird from

dogs and other predators.

Ms Black said she posted

on the Sumner Community

Facebook page to let people

know to keep their dogs on a

leash at the beach, while her

friend contacted the Department

of Conservation.

Battle over future of Dark Star Ale House and Cafe site

• By Matt Salmons

DIAMOND Harbour’s Dark Star

Ale House and Cafe will close in

March, but unless a new operator

takes over the lease its owners

will have to remove all structures

from the site.

Statutory approval for the cafe

building, the equivalent of a

building and resource consent,

was obtained by a previous

owner through emergency

earthquake legislation.

That approval expired in

April but was extended to June

2021.

Owner Martin Richardson

said he and wife Donna had

planned to sell the business, but

the limited time remaining on

the site’s building approval had

put potential buyers off.

“Nobody in their right mind

is going to take this on with a

limited [time frame].”

A city council spokeswoman

said the lease was for the land

only and all buildings were the

property and responsibility of

the leaseholder.

“All of their property will need

to be removed at the end of the

lease.”

The Richardsons are

petitioning the city council

to extend the site’s building

approval beyond its June 2021

cut-off.

The petition on change.org

has more than 450 signatures

and calls for the site’s statutory

building approval to be extended

“until such time as new services

are built on the Godley House

site.”

The city council spokeswoman

said there had not yet been a

discussion with the community

about the future of the Godley

House site.

“So it is not possible to

comment on future plans at this

time. This discussion is planned

CLOSING:

The Dark

Star Ale

House and

Cafe will

close in

March, but

its owners

hope a

petition

will enable

another

operator to

take their

place.

for the 2018/19 financial year.”

The spokeswoman said the

city council would “be happy

to consider . . . an alternative

operator” but no commitment

could be given in the “absence of

a specific proposal.”

“Any new operator would

need to commit to removing any

buildings and structures at no

cost to ratepayers at the end of

the lease.

“Other than the council

approval and this commitment,

there is no impediment to a new

owner purchasing the business

from the current tenants.”

The Richardsons’ lease on the

site expired in April and had

since been renewed on a monthby-month

basis.

Mr Richardson said he did

not want to sign another lease

that would only last until 2021,

as the work they would have

to do on the site to get a new

building consent was “beyond

our pocket.”

“I don’t see the point of

carrying on,” he said.

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Williams in

line for

another award

• By Matt Salmons

LYTTELTON’S Marlon Williams

is in line for more awards this

month, after recently receiving

a coveted Silver Scroll award

and recognition for his directing

skills.

Williams received the Tui for

Best Music Video at the New

Zealand Music Artisan awards

on Monday, for his direction on

the video for the song Vampire

Again.

That comes after the artist won

the prestigious 2018 APRA Silver

Scroll Award for his duet with

fellow Lyttelton musician Aldous

Harding, Nobody Gets What They

Want Anymore.

Williams was in contention for

a further trio of awards at next

week’s Vodafone Music Awards –

album of the year, best solo artist

and best alternative artist.

Williams is also in New

Zealand cinemas currently, with

a role in film A Star Is Born, directed

by and starring American

actor Bradley Cooper.

Williams plays a young singer,

also named Marlon Williams

with a New Zealand accent, who

finds success alongside Cooper’s

character.

RESIDENTS IN areas where

water is no longer chlorinated

may see treatment resume over

summer — unless people across

the city reduce how much they

use.

To cope with the traditional

surge in demand over summer,

the city council said it may

need to draw water from wells

that have not been signed off as

secure.

If that

happens, all

water provided

from

that pump

station will

need to be

chlorinated.

“There is

Helen

Beaumont

no way to

separate the

water from

the secure

wells which doesn’t need to be

chlorinated from that supplied

from the unsecure below ground

well heads, which will need to

be treated,” said city council

water supply improvement

programme manager Helen

Beaumont.

“What’s important for people

to understand is we need them

to reduce how much water they

use so we can keep working on

upgrading well heads. Being able

to work over summer is essential

if we’re going to have any chance

of removing chlorine within the

12 month deadline.”

If consumption isn’t reduced

enough, the city council will

consider introducing water

restrictions.

“We’re hopeful we won’t

need to go that far because the

community has indicated it was

prepared to save water this summer

if it means we can get the

work done and end temporary

chlorination sooner,” Ms Beaumont

said.

The city council did a survey

and about two-thirds of people

said they would be prepared to

reduce water use while nearly

80 per cent were in favour of

restrictions.

There are nine unchlorinated

pump stations around the city,

primarily in the east and norwest.

“Over winter, we have been

able to rely on the secure above

ground well heads at these pump

stations. However, when usage

Local

News

Now

Conserve water or face chlorine

Fire rages, homes at risk

UPGRADE: The

city council

is warning

residents to

conserve

water or it will

have to put

restrictions in

place and treat

unchlorinated

wells.

goes up, we need to reintroduce

the below ground wells that are

yet to be upgraded, which means

the water requires chlorination.”

There are four sites with only

above ground well heads —

Gardiners, Estuary, Keyes and

Prestons. Water from

these will not be chlorinated.

The city council is encouraging

hand-held watering only for

lawns and gardens on alternate

days.

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LAST YEAR, during the school

production of Aladdin, it was

clear that if Diamond Harbour

School pupils had three wishes,

one of them would be a bike

track.

Due to the hard work of Matt

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extraordinaire and ex-Diamond

Harbour student, and friends,

this wish came true.

Pupils soon heard this was taking

place and appeared at school

SCHOOLS

RIDERS: Diamond Harbour School pupils Joel, Nate, Sam,

Noah and Marleah ride the new bike track. ​

Bike track wish comes true

at Diamond Harbour School

to help craft the jumps and test

them out.

During the first week back

of term 4, students used their

advocacy and negotiation skills

to lead the development of

protocols around the use of the

track.

Most lunchtimes they can be

now seen flying over the jumps

and twisting around the bends

on their much-loved new bike

track.

Neon lights brighten Halloween

SUMNER’S NAYLAND St

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neon light party last week.

Organised by the Sumner

Redcliffs Anglican Church, 30

volunteers hosted about 400

visitors over the course of the

three-hour event.

Organisers said they wanted to

provide a fun and safe space for

Sumner children on Halloween

as it was a big night for the community.

Activities this year included

an indoor adventure maze, a

bouncy castle, free sausage sizzle,

free coffee and free candy

floss.

Youth Pastor Cassie Lee said it

was “a great night to meet more

young people in our village.”

​She said the organisers had

received plenty of positive

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JUMPING: Bouncy castles are always popular,

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Young chefs take over restaurant

PERFECT: The young chefs and front of house staff from

Diamond Harbour School dig in to the left over rhubarb mousse

dessert.

• By Matt Salmons

LYTTELTON SCHOOL pupils

are hoping to make a dent in the

number of pests at the Port Hill’s

Urumau Reserve this month

with their trapping programme.

Principal Brendan Wright said

a group of pupils had

been learning about the

reserve and the science

behind pest trapping

since term three.

Board of trustees

member and parent John

Garrett, who is helping

to organise the project,

said the traps will be

a mix of small animal

traps and possum traps.

He said they have been ordered

and should be placed in the

reserve this month.

“We’re looking to make sure

people understand why the

traps are there and to leave them

alone.”

Brendan

Wright

After the traps have been in

place for some time, the pupils

will investigate whether it has

made an impact on the number

of pests in the reserve.

“We want the native birds

and plants to thrive. I’m not an

ecologist, but there are all sorts

of birds up there, native

plants and lizards that

need a fair go.”

Dr Garrett said the

pupils had chosen the

project to “see if they could

reduce the number of pests

in the reserve.”

The pupils had studied

the pests using tracking

tunnels and chew cards to

see what pest species are present.

“The idea of monitoring was to

see how may pest species there

were and where to place the

traps.”

Mr Wright said the project

aligned with the school’s

commitment to the Predator Free

• By Matt Salmons

FOUR YOUNG chefs from

Diamond Harbour School have

surpassed expectations with

their first restaurant service last

week.

Ten pupils took over the

running of Diamond Harbour

restaurant, Preserved Eatery, for

the night. Four of them became

chefs and six served and cleaned

up.

The evening raised $650 for

the school’s Garden to Table

programme.

Giving up their chance to

head out trick-or-treating, Otis,

Henry, Ben and Noah spent

Wednesday preparing to serve a

four-course meal for 19 diners.

The menu included pea soup,

hand-made ravioli with ricotta,

pickled vegetables and a rhubarb

mousse for dessert.

Diamond Harbour School

principal Jill Pears said the four

boys were “a bit nervous before

the diners arrived” but “rose to

the occasion” to make the night

a success.

“The kids had a wonderful

time and the diners had a

2050 project and Whaka Ora

Healthy Harbour plan, as well as

the Enviroschools programme.

“Environmental awareness is

actually in our curriculum.”

He said the pupils involved

were “absolutely” passionate

about the environment and

had been learning about native

species in the reserve from

various experts.

“It’s actually quite a diverse

environment up there.”

The pupils have also been

involved in a number of planting

days at the reserve in an effort to

build a relationship between the

school and the reserve.

PLANTING: Lyttelton

Primary School pupils at one

of the planting days leading

up to the trapping project.

wonderful time.”

A review by parent and diner

Helen Cobby on the Diamond

Harbour School website praised

the pupils’ efforts, saying the

food “not only tasted amazing

but looked incredible.”

“I think I can speak for

everyone when I say that we

were all so impressed by what

we saw from everyone involved,”

she said.

Preserved Eatery co-owner

SCHOOLS

PLATED:

The dessert

served up

by Diamond

Harbour

School pupils

at Preserved

Eatery last

week.

Anna Mahy said the quality

and presentation of the meals

impressed the diners.

“They did a great job. I think

the kids can be very proud of

themselves.”

Mrs Mahy and Ms Pears

agreed they would like to see the

event happen again, potentially

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“I’d love to do it again and get

more kids involved,” Mrs Mahy

said.

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News

Extra funding for

community groups

BANKS PENINSULA and

city community groups

will receive an increased

amount of funding this

year from Christchurch

Casinos Charitable Trust

annual grants distribution.

A total of $186,500 in

grants was announced

last week at the

CCCT grants

presentation.

Since it was

established 23

years ago in 1995

Christchurch

Casinos

Charitable Trust

has given a total

of $4,092,250 in

grants to support

community

groups working to support

and educate for prevention

of compulsive and

addictive problems.

CCCT chairwoman

Lady Karen Hadlee said

funds were distributed to

an increased number of 35

agencies this year working

in areas of community

support, education and

youth, telephone and

other counselling, sexual

abuse agencies, refugee

centres and prison-related

charities.

“Recipients of funding

are achieving positive

results of significant

change for individuals

and families impacted

by addictive behaviour,

including gambling,” she

said.

The 35 agencies

receiving funding are

all fully engaged in

community services

support work and

making an important

difference through their

commitment and diverse

projects, Lady Hadlee said.

Through a long-term

Karen Hadlee

commitment the CCCT

has exceeded $4 million

in total funding for

Canterbury community

support groups.

Donations were

presented to recipients

comprising of:

Church

agencies

Christchurch

City Mission –

$12,500

Christchurch

Apostolic Trust –

$4000

Enrich

Community

Chaplaincy Trust

– $3000

Total – $19,500

Community support

agencies

Age Concern

Canterbury Incorporated

– $10,000

Aviva (incorporating

Christchurch Women’s

Refuge) Charitable Trust

– $8000

Battered Women’s Trust

– $4000

Canterbury Men’s

Centre – $8000

Home and Family

Society Christchurch –

$8000

Kingdom Resources Ltd

– $8000

Birthright Canterbury

Trust – $2000

NZ Council of Victim

Supports Group Inc –

$2000

Shakti Ethnic

Women’s Support

Group Christchurch

Incorporated – $6000

Tenants Protection

Association (ChCh)

Incorporated – $6000

Stopping Violence

Services (Christchurch)

Incorporated – $3000

West Christchurch

Women’s Refuge Society

Incorporated – $8000

The Order of St John

South Island Region –

$5000

YMCA Christchurch

Inc: $5000

Citizens Advice Bureau

– $3000

Total – $86,000

Education and youth

agencies

Big Brothers Big Sisters

of Christchurch – $5000

Cholmondeley

Children’s Centre – $8000

Christchurch Children’s

Holiday Camps Trust –

$5000

180 Degrees Trust –

$3000

Korowai Youth Well-

Being Trust – $8000

Life Education Trust

Canterbury – $4000

Life Education

Trust Mid and South

Canterbury – $2000

Opawaho Trust – $2000

Spirit of Adventure

Trust – $5000

Cross Over Trust –

$3000

K2 Youth Development

Trust – $2000

Total – $47,000

Sexual and child

abuse and prisonrelated

charities

Project Esther Trust –

$10,000

Pillars Incorporated –

$8000

Total – $18,000

Telephone and

other counselling

Caroline House – $5000

Lifeline Foundation

Charitable Trust – $5000

Youthline Central South

Island – $3000

Petersgate Counselling

Centre – $3000

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5 th to 11 th November 2018

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WITH summer

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the Department of

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opened a new hut and

it’s only a hop, skip and

a jump away from urban

Christchurch.

The 12-bunk Ōtamahua

hut on Quail Island was

opened by the Minister

for Conservation Eugenie

Sage on November 3 as

part of the Banks Peninsula

Walking Festival and

around 90 people attended

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The hut was built

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Rod Donald Trust and

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out next month.

Over the last 21 years,

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Island Ecological Restoration

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The shade is welcome,

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the history – the quarantine

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The Governors Bay jetty

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More than half of the

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Nuturing the young for 167 years

The late US journalist

Herb Caen wrote: “A city

is not gauged by its length

and width but by the

broadness of its vision and

the height of its dreams.”

Caen might have been

writing of Christchurch,

as our visions for the new

city pay homage to the

dreams of the founders

while unleashing our own

dreams for a lofty future.

At the heart of the

city since those earliest

aspirational days when the

founders laid out the first

roads and planted the first

trees, St Michael’s has had

at its heart the vision and

dreams of our city and its

children.

Indeed, for 167 years,

St Michael’s has been

educating and nurturing

the visionaries and

dreamers who continue to

shape our city and step

out into the world beyond.

For our young pupils have

limitless potential to lead

exciting and generous

lives, and we have the

responsibility to educate and inspire

them, to encourage every child to

flourish, in mind, body and spirit.

St Michael’s is a prep school for girls

and boys in Years 1-8. Our classes are

small, fewer than 20 pupils, and our

specialist teachers ensure each child is

an individual, well known by staff and

fellow pupils alike. For at the heart of

St Michael’s are the essential values

of Christian faith and good citizenship:

respect, integrity, community, faith,

hope and love.

An independent school education

at the primary level is a great gift

and so traditional foundations in

Counting the beat, an exploration of rhythm. Year 1

and 2 Music.

English and Maths are assured. This

academic rigour then underpins our

wider curriculums in Science, History,

Geography and Spanish. IT literacy is

taught, not assumed, and computer

use is measured. We like teaching and

talking to our pupils!

A prep education offers balance.

St Michael’s cultural and sports’

programmes further develop each

child’s foundation, as creativity and

problem-solving come in many forms.

Specialist art and music classes are

enjoyed weekly. We have two choirs,

and most pupils play at least one

instrument or study speech and

drama with one of our nine

itinerant staff.

Located in the heart of

the city, on the banks of

the Avon and the new City

Promenade, our extended

campus is spectacular:

today, the Art Gallery;

tomorrow, the Gardens;

tennis later in Hagley Park.

A recent school survey

indicates that many of

our parents now work in

the thriving city centre,

or Lincoln and Riccarton

Road hubs but they live

city-wide. They comment

on the benefit of knowing

their children are in

school nearby and the

convenience of popping

in for an hour to catch

a performance or watch

a race. With the new

central exchange only a

block away, a number of

children arrive by bus from

all corners of the city.

Is your child one of 15

or 50? Is their classroom a

calm, productive learning

space or is the noise and

movement unceasing? How

much of the teacher’s attention does

your child actually receive? There is

an alternative.

You and your child are warmly

invited to discover for yourselves

our purposeful, wholehearted and

inclusive prep school. Our Open Day

is Tuesday, November 14, or contact

our registrar, Bec Hitchcock, for a

personal tour: 03 379 9790.

On the Alps2Ocean cycle trail as part of the

Year 7 and 8 Mt Cook Camp.

On the go! School Athletic Sports at Christ’s

College.

Cracking good fun! The school’s annual

Holiday Programme.

St Michael’s

Your school at the heart of the city since 1851

✓ Co-educational, Years 1-8

✓ Small classes

✓ Specialist teachers

✓ Traditional classrooms;

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✓ Musical excellence

✓ Christian values

✓ Before & after school care:

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✓ Cental city location,

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In tune: St Michael’s pupils perform at the Christchurch Schools’

Music Festival, earlier this term.

Open Day: Tuesday 14 November

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• By Matt Salmons

GOVERNORS Bay’s Vicky

Roberts won her charity

boxing bout at the Fight for

Christchurch at Horncastle

Arena on Saturday night.

In the first bout of the

evening, Roberts beat

opponent Kimberley

Rose by unanimous

points decision over three

rounds.

However, Roberts’

victory was tinged with

sadness after Sumner

Rugby Club member Kain

Parsons was critically

injured during his bout

with former Tasman Mako

rugby player Steve Alfeld

later in the night.

“It’s really tragic, it’s just

awful,” Roberts said.

She was backstage when

Parsons was knocked

unconscious, and said she

wished his family well and

hoped he would make a full

recovery.

Parsons remains in

a critical condition at

Christchurch Hospital.

Robert’s is a volunteer

firefighter and security

operational manager. It was

• By Matt Salmons

SUMNER’S championship

cricket side have continued

their winning one-day

form at home, beating old

rivals Merivale-Papanui

by more than 120 runs on

Saturday.

Sumner batted first and

were bowled out for 215.

In reply, Merivale-Papanui

were all out for 81.

The win puts Sumner

second on the championship

ladder behind unbeaten

Heathcote.

Sumner will host Riccarton

on Saturday.

Said Sumner club coach

Dan Vann: “We dominated

Riccarton in that first

round of the two-dayer.

SPORTS

her first boxing match and

the victory had left her “on

cloud nine,” she said.

Roberts selected Cure

Kids as her charity for the

event.

She has raised more

than $3500 and planned to

continue fundraising for a

further week.

In the lead up to the

fight, Roberts said she

“wouldn’t normally fight a

person” but her confidence

was growing under trainer

Nort Beauchamp at the

One More Round boxing

gym.

Heading to the ring with

her entourage on Saturday

night, she said she felt

“awful.”

“As soon as you get in the

ring and you’re with your

trainer, that all goes away.”

The pressure and

excitement of the night was

what enabled her to get

the upper hand over her

opponent, she said.

“I think I was a bit

But they seem to be doing

pretty well now, they’re

third.”

Vann said Sumner and

Merivale-Papanui “usually

have some pretty good tussles.”

“It’s pretty good to have

that [win] under the belt,”

he said.

Sumner elected to bat

and lost two early wickets

with the score at 27.

Vann said George Moore

was the stand-out for Sumner,

playing an anchor role

and scoring a century.

“He got his first senior

100 and he just batted really

well, really patiently.”

Moore was dismissed for

109, and Van chimed in

with a quick 41 before the

VICTORY:

Governors

Bay’s Vicky

Roberts won

her bout at

the Fight for

Christchurch

event on

Saturday.

PHOTO: CMG

SPORT

Roberts wins first

charity boxing bout

overwhelmed to start

with.” She said she did not

remember much about

the fight itself, other than

her trainer’s advice to “hit

hard, hit first, and take it

from there.”

After the fight, she spent

time with her opponent the

way “sportsmanship should

be.”

“At the end of the day, it’s

for charity, so there are no

real losers.”

She said she got a “good

knock” on her nose and

eye and was in “absolute

agony” on Monday

morning but still went to

work.

“I won, so I can’t

complain.”

She said she was thankful

for the support of her

employer, her husband

Gary and her trainer.

She wants to continue

training but is unsure if

that would lead to another

round in the ring.

“I don’t know if I would

do [Fight for Christchurch]

again, but I would

definitely recommend

others do it. It’s got to be a

bucket list thing.”

Sumner move to second on

championship cricket table

side was bowled out.

Bowlers Dean Smith

and Nawid Mohammady

had Merivale-Papanui in

trouble, taking four early

wickets.

The introduction of Tyler

Walker then closed the

door on any chance of a

fight back. Walker took an

impressive 5/8 – his maiden

five-wicket bag for Sumner.

Jonny Percasky also

bowled well taking 1/20.

Sumner’s division three

side, The Mighty, suffered

their first loss of the season,

falling short of rivals the

East Shirley Kings by 45

runs.

Feeder side The Blues

lost to Lancaster Park

Woolston.

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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, Akaroa

Mt Pleasant Bridge Club

Wednesdays 7.20pm and Fridays

1pm

Head down for one or both

of two sessions at this 42-yearold

bridge club. All visitors are

welcome. Players need to be

seated ten minutes prior to the

start. For more information,

please phone Kay on 384 9113.

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club Rooms

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

Email matt.salmons@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

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

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11am

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Lyttelton Library, Friday, and

Sumner Library, Tuesday

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An exhibition of whimsical

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animals and birds by Ruth Willis

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Stoddart Cottage Gallery, Diamond

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Mt Pleasant Art & Craft

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locally made products. The Mt

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Centre, 3 McCormacks

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Kōrero Māori – Give It A Go

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December 17

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NGĀPUHI EVOLVED MANDATE PROPOSAL

VOTING ON EVOLVED MODEL FOR TREATY SETTLEMENT NEGOTIATIONS

The Crown, Tūhoronuku Independent Mandated Authority (TIMA) and Te Kōtahitanga o Ngā Hapū o Ngāpuhi (together

Te Rōpū Tūhono) all support a proposed way forward for Ngāpuhi.

TIMA holds a conditional mandate for Ngāpuhi. The Waitangi Tribunal found that the mandate was deficient in a

number of respects and recommended an evolution of the mandate (4 September 2015).

Following hui with Ngāpuhi across the motu and Australia, Te Rōpū Tūhono has put forward a proposal to Ngāpuhi nui

tonu as to how the mandate can be evolved.

TIMA and Kōtahitanga now invite all members of Ngāpuhi to participate in this process by attending information hui,

and voting on the evolved mandate proposal for Treaty Settlement Negotiations.

Information hui to be held across the country are as follows:

Location Date and time Venue

Whangaarei 9 November, 5.30pm - 7.30pm Whangaarei Terenga Parāoa Marae, 10 Porowini Avenue, Morningside,

Whangarei

Mangakāhia 10 November, 8.30am - 11.00am Maungarongo Marae, 689 Mangakāhia Road, Porotī, Whangaarei,

Northland

Hokianga 10 November, 1.30pm - 3.30pm Pākanae Marae, cnr SH12 and Waiōtemārama Gorge Road

Kaikohe 10 November, 5.00pm - 7.00pm Kaikohe & District Memorial RSA, 158 Broadway, Kaikohe

Whangaroa 11 November, 8.30am - 10.30am Whangaroa College, 4157 SH10, Kaeo

Te Pēwhairangi 11 November, 12.00pm - 2.00pm Waitangi Copthorne, 1 Tau Henare Drive, Waitangi

Tāmaki ki te Tonga 11 November, 6.00pm - 8.00pm Holiday Inn Auckland Airport, 2 Ascot Rd, Mangere, Auckland

Hamilton

12 November, 11.00am - 1.00pm Distinction Hamilton Hotel & Conference Centre, 100 Garnett Ave,

Te Rapa, Hamilton

Tāmaki ki raro 12 November, 5.30pm - 7.30pm Alexandra Park, cnr Greenlane West and Manukau Road, Greenlane,

Auckland

Dunedin 12 November, 6.00pm - 8.00pm Te Huka Mātauraka - Māori Centre, University of Otago, Castle Street,

North Dunedin

Wellington 13 November, 8.30am - 10.30am Te Wharewaka o Pōneke, 2 Taranaki Street, Wellington 6011

Whanganui 13 November, 5.30pm - 7.30pm Whanganui Function Centre, The Racecourse, 19A Purnell St, Whanganui

Invercargill 13 November, 5.30pm - 7.30pm Corinthian Convention Centre, 154 Esk Street, Invercargill

Christchurch 14 November, 5.30pm - 7.30pm Crowne Plaza, 764 Colombo Street, Christchurch Central, Chch

Napier

15 November, 11.00am - 1.00pm Napier War Memorial and Conference Centre, 48 Marine Parade,

Bluff Hill, Napier

Rotorua 15 November, 5.30pm - 7.30pm Novotel Rotorua Lakeside, Lake End, Tūtānekai St, Rotorua

Tūranga (Gisborne) 15 November, 5.30pm - 7.30pm Emerald Hotel, 13 Gladstone Road, Gisborne

Voting is open to all members of Ngāpuhi aged 18 years of and over. All registered members of Te Rūnanga Ā Iwi O

Ngāpuhi, 18 years of age and over, will be sent a voting pack. If you are not yet a registered member, you can also vote

in this process by contacting the Independent Returning Officer on free phone 0800 666 044 or iro@electionz.com for

a special voting pack. Alternatively, a special voting pack can be obtained at any of the information hui. Special votes

will be counted subject to confirmation of Ngāpuhi whakapapa (which will be verified by a whakapapa committee).

Votes can be cast:

• by post (by completing and returning the voting form);

• online (using the information on your voting form); or

• at an information hui.

Voting opens on Friday 9 November 2018 and closes 12pm midday, 7 December 2018.

For more information please visit www.govt.nz/ngapuhi If you have any queries, please contact the Independent

Returning Officer on 0800 666 044 or iro@electionz.com

For the purposes of this vote Ngāpuhi means -

1. the collective group composed of individuals who descend from a tupuna of Ngāpuhi; and

2. every whānau, hapū, or group including the hapū in the ‘Terms of Negotiation’ document at www.govt.nz/ngapuhi

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

The Crown invites submissions, views or inquiries on the evolved mandate from Ngāpuhi. Submissions can be sent

to Ngāpuhi Team, Office of Treaty Settlements, SX 10111, WELLINGTON; or to ngapuhifeedback@justice.govt.nz

and must be received by 12pm midday, Friday 7 December 2018. All correspondence will be subject to the Official

Information Act 1982 and shared with all parties to Te Rōpū Tūhono.

HAPŪ DECISIONS ON ENDORSEMENT OF EVOLVED MANDATE PROPOSAL

Te Rōpū Tūhono are seeking hapū decisions on the evolved mandate proposal for Ngāpuhi to be represented in Treaty

settlement negotiations with the Crown.

In order to provide evidence of each hapū endorsement decision, Te Rōpū Tūhono will invite hapū to participate in a

formal hapū endorsement decision process. This process will involve:

1. Any hapū member notifying a hui-ā-hapū to be held by 9 December 2018, giving 14 days public notice of hui.

2. Holding the hui-ā-hapū to decide whether the hapū support the evolved mandate structure.

3. Hapū deciding whether to endorse the evolved mandate as per hapū tikanga (vote or otherwise).

4. Submitting the decision of the hapū to Te Rōpū Tūhono via email, post or website by 12pm, midday

Monday 10 December 2018.

For more information on this process and to download a hapū decision form please go to https://www.govt.nz/

treaty-settlement-documents/ngapuhi/. An application form for funding for hapū to undertake this process can be

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All correspondence will be subject to the Official Information Act 1982 and shared with all parties of Te Rōpū Tūhono.

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JACK DANIEL’S

Mellowed drop

by drop through

10-feet of sugar

maple charcoal,

then matured in

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700ml

Includes Honey, Fire

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MILLIONAIRE’S

MARTINI

Stir 40ml gin and 40ml dry

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gallop to

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LONG WHITE

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12 x 250ml Cans, 7%

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$

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24 x 330ml Bottles

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$

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Perfect for sharing with your

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top race

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’S, SUMMIT,

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ottles

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mix

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hydration

station

Make the most of a long day with

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WITHER HILLS

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750ml

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$

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$

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PETER YEALANDS

Range

Award-winning wines

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from their founder

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750ml

Excludes Pinot Noir, Syrah

& COLA

Bottles, 5%

THE NED Range

JULES TAYLOR

MADAM SASS

Born of the Waihopai

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Pinot Noir

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dark cherry aromas are

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750ml

750ml

delivered with opulence,

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CANTI

Prosecco

750ml

SCORE

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$

15each

Single Bottle $15.99

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make a

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Start the day right – with full bellies!

A scrumptious Champagne breakfast

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with berries, banana and bacon on

pancakes for a delectable feast!

$

9 99

$

13 99

$

47 99

$

49 99

LEON

ROUX Brut

750ml

DA LUCA

Prosecco

750ml

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LABEL NV

750ml

PIPER-

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750ml

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Offers end close of trade 18th November 2018, while stocks last. Available at participating stores only.

Varietals may vary by store. Limits may apply. Trade not supplied. Terms and conditions may apply.

Available 5th November – 18th November 2018 inclusive. Please see www.superliquor.co.nz for details.

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