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HUGS: Redcliffs School principal Rose McInerney embraces year 8 pupils as the school’s former library is demolished.

• By Matt Salmons

THERE WERE tears and

hugs as more than 250

Redcliffs School pupils, staff

and residents watched the

demolition of some of the

original buildings yesterday.

Contractors from Scope have

been working on the demolition

since last month and yesterday

demolished the former library

and a classroom.

Redcliffs School principal

Rose McInerney said the there

were a “few hugs from the year

8s” and tears from staff.

“I have to admit this has been

a bit emotional. There are lots of

special memories here.”

Special arrangements were

made so people could enter

the site to view the demolition.

They were also treated to a barbecue

“to make a bit of an occasion

of it,” said Mrs McInerney

She said seeing the

demolition was “closure at the

end of a really long era” and the

“final chapter” in the school’s

time at the Main Rd site.

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• By Matt Salmons

POLICE WILL not be based in

Sumner over summer, but expect to

see the mobile police hub on busy

days and during major events.

Last week the Sumner

Community and Redcliffs residents’

associations and Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board met

with Canterbury metro police

commander Superintendent Lane

Todd at the Sumner Hub.

The Wednesday meeting came

after residents expressed concern

over the expected increase in people

at the village over summer, as

well as a number of crimes in the

area over the past year, including

aggravated burglaries and a

manslaughter. Residents are calling

for a more visible police presence

in the village and asked for officers

to be permanently stationed at the

Sumner Hub, the former Sumner

police station, over summer.

However, police said the building

did not meet current security or

health and safety requirements for

modern police stations.

Sumner Community Residents’

Association chairwoman Tanya

Michael said it was told a police

station in the area was “not costeffective

or a good use of staff.”

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from the editor’s desk

IT LOOKS like a happy compromise has

been met over the issue of policing in

Sumner over summer (see page 1).

Sumner Community Residents’

Association, Redcliffs Residents’

Association and Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board wanted police based in the

Sumner Hub – the old police station.

Sumner is swamped with people over summer and with that

comes problems. Having a permanent police base would act as

a deterrent, and also a quick response base to incidents.

But police have said no.

The old police station doesn’t meet their health and safety

standards apparently.

But police have said there will be a presence during the very

busy times and during major events.

Probably not a lot new in that, but the groups are happy with

the police response.

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School’s library.

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Wednesday November 14 2018

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Port company confident

pile driving plan won’t affect dolphins

• By Matt Salmons

THE LYTTELTON Port

Company has responded to

further questions on efforts to

mitigate the effect of pile driving

on Hector’s dolphins, saying it is

confident in its plans.

At its meeting on October 29,

the Banks Peninsula

Community

Board

re-sent questions

to LPC

seeking sound

recording data,

Peter Davie

the marine

mammal

management

plan and details of the training

of dolphin observers, which were

not included in the response to

their initial questions.

This came after Māui and

Hector’s Dolphin Defenders

committee member Genevieve

Robinson met with the board

to outline the group’s concern

around how LPC would mitigate

the effect noise from pile driving

on the new cruise berth project

would have on the dolphins.

Said community board member

Felix Dawson: “It is helpful

that a date has been provided

for the public notification of the

Marine Mammal Management

Plan. It is unfortunate that LPC

have chosen not to include a specific

time frame for the provision

of all acoustic data, as until it is

produced it will remain unclear

whether there is any basis to all

of Ms Robinson’s concerns”

In the response discussed

by the board on Monday, LPC

restated that the MMMP would

not be publicly available until “at

least two weeks before marine

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CONFIDENT: The Lyttelton Port Company has responded to

further questions from the Banks Peninsula Community Board

saying it is confident its pile driving plan will mitigate the

impact on dolphins,

piling commences.”

Under LPC’s current time line,

that would mean the document

would likely be released on the

harbour watch website next

week.

Mr Dawson said the board

may ask further questions after

the MMMP was released.

LPC chief executive Peter

Davie said the report had been

prepared by some of New Zealand’s

leading experts in marine

mammals and marine acoustics.

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“It is a highly technical plan

and we are confident that the

plan is robust.”

Mr Davie said Department of

Conservation staff had reviewed

and supported the plan.

The sound recording data

from land-based piling would

likely be provided around the

same time as the MMMP. Data

recorded by LPC to show the

number of dolphins in the

harbour would not be provided

until a paper on the research was

published.

LPC said it did “not consider

it appropriate” to provide the

names of marine observers,

however, their number

and training would be in the

MMMP.

Ms Robinson said she was

“disappointed” more information

was not provided and said

the two weeks where people

could provide feedback on the

MMMP before piling began was

“not enough.”

Mr Davie said people could

comment on or ask questions

about the MMMP by email and

LPC was happy to review any

feedback on the plan.

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Wednesday November 14 2018

News

No permanent

police presence

in Sumner

•From page 1

Mrs Michael was happy with

the response from police and

said the mobile hub is likely to be

in Sumner over summer. “I was

pretty satisfied that they . . . were

going to do their best out here,” she

said.

Said Superintendent Todd: “As

a result of the meeting, I have

confirmed that a deployment

plan for our mobile hub will be

developed.”

Mrs Michael said police will also

keep community groups informed

about their plans in Sumner.

Safer Sumner, which also

attended the meeting, sought to

have crime cameras put in Sumner.

Mrs Michael said police

reiterated their support for the

cameras. Safer Sumner is set to

approach the community board for

funding on December 3.

Last week, the Sumner

Community Residents’ Association

event organiser Liza Sparrow said

a permanent police presence would

ensure “both residents and visitors

have a sense of increased security.”

Said Mrs Michael: “Sumner’s

asking . . . for a commitment from

them to be more present and give

Sumner more of a police face.

That will make people feel safer. I

was personally happy with their

response.”

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Sumner Sharks to farewell teammate

• By Matt Salmons

SUMNER SHARKS Rugby Club

teammates will farewell 37-yearold

Kain Parsons tomorrow.

Mr Parsons, known as ‘Dingo’,

died after a charity boxing match

last week.

The Versatile Garages project

manager was knocked

unconscious at the Fight for

Christchurch and never regained

consciousness. He died after life

support was turned off.

Freedom camping restrictions in force next month

FREEDOM CAMPERS will

not be so free in Akaroa when

a tightening of where they can

camp comes into effect on

December 1.

The city council agreed on

Thursday to amend the 2015

Freedom Camping Bylaw to

restrict where people can camp

overnight in vehicles to three

marked areas near the Akaroa

Croquet Club on Woodhill Rd.

Under the original bylaw,

freedom camping was banned

in Akaroa’s commercial area

and main waterfront areas, but

people were allowed to camp in

self-contained vehicles for up to

two nights in other parts of the

township, including residential

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Mr Parsons’ funeral will be held

at 2pm at the Westpark Chapel in

Burnside. Sumner Sharks players

will form a guard of honour for his

casket and have prepared a chant

about him.

A Givealittle page set up to

support Mr Parsons’ family had

reached more than $83,000 from

640 donations.

Tributes to Mr Parsons have been

flowing through the Sharks’ Facebook

page since early last week.

However, after a summer

marred by complaints to the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board about the impact

of freedom campers and the

disrespectful behaviour of some,

the city council proposed the

Mr Parsons’ family said he gave

his life in the pursuit of raising

money for those less fortunate. He

was fighting to raise money for

Conductive Education.

“His enormous heart, selfless attitude

and gentle giant nature will

leave a void in the lives of so many.”

Mr Parsons’ death will be

referred to the Coroner.

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Akaroa will

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to camp

in marked

areas near

the Akaroa

Croquet Club.

changes set to come into effect.

Deputy Mayor and Banks

Peninsula city councillor

Andrew Turner said the city

council has worked to balance

the views of people who want

to encourage a friendly and

Kain Parsons

welcoming attitude toward freedom

campers with the views of

people concerned about negative

impacts of freedom camping.

“Amending the bylaw means

we can manage some of the

more negative impacts of

freedom camping while still

allowing responsible freedom

campers to be able to enjoy

what Akaroa has to offer, with

minimal impact on the town,’’

Cr Turner said.

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Akaroa Freedom Camping

Area, enabling up to 18 fully

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Another big Port Hills fire looms

• By Julia Evans

ANOTHER MAJOR fire on the

Port Hills will happen.

That’s the stark warning from

an agricultural expert who says

the vegetation on the hills is a

powder keg.

Lincoln University’s Derrick

Moot said active management of

the area was needed to prevent

future events

like the Port

Hills fires,

which burned

for 66 days last

year. Helicopter

pilot Steve

Askin crashed

Derrick Moot

and died while

fighting the

blaze.

Two separate fires on Early

Valley Rd and Marleys Hill combined

to one, destroying nine

houses and significantly damaging

two.

An investigation concluded

that both fires were possibly deliberately

lit, though it was listed

as undetermined.

But Dr Moot said in his opinion,

the fire could have easily

spread further and taken out

more homes.

“We’re very fortunate we didn’t

get a southerly. It went from a

nor’west to a nor’east, but could

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have quite easily blown down to

a lot more housing,” he said.

“They were devastating

enough as it was for the people

involved and we lost someone.

But this was a warning that we

need to have active management

of the peripheral area.”

Dr Moot said simple things such

as maintaining grass growth and

grazing would significantly reduce

the likelihood of another fire.

“We need someone to take responsibility

of the area, whether

that be the Christchurch City

Council, Selwyn District Council

or Environment Canterbury.

There needs to be guidelines for

land owners.”

Dr Moot said if NIWA’s prediction

for a hot, dry November

came through the grass and

weather in the wider Port Hills

area would be in an identical

state as they were before the fires.

He said the effects of climate

change also have an impact.

Rural firefighter Richard

McNamara, who led the aerial

assault on the fire said there was

always the potential for another

disaster given the “fuels” that

were up on the Port Hills.

“There’s always been fires up

there but the issue is that our

urban dwellings are pushing further

up and also climate change.

We’re going to start having hotter,

drier summers,” he said.

Mr McNamara said it was up

to those who live in the area to

understand the risk as he said

management would be hard to

enforce.

Fire and Emergency New

Zealand manager rural fire Tim

Mitchell said there was not a one

size fits all solution.

“It’s not an easy problem to

resolve. You’ve got to think of

the context of each landowner,”

he said.

Mr Mitchell said if landowners

needed help the councils, FENZ

and other organisations would

help.

In the wake of the fires, FENZ

went through an operational

review. Urban and rural firefighters

are working together

in training, as well as working

with the community to spread

prevention awareness.

Environment Canterbury

Christchurch West Melton

Banks Peninsula zone manager

Steve Firth said it was working

to offer support and advice to

landowners on the hills.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

ARMISTICE HEART ATTACK

Diamond Harbour firefighters

were surprised to see a woman

approach them who had just

suffered a heart attack as

they were setting up for their

Armistice Day roaring chorus

commemoration on Sunday.

Chief fire officer Bob Palmer

said firefighters were on the

station’s driveway when the

woman, whose husband was

driving past on the way to the

hospital, approached them. He

said it was lucky they were there

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was doing well after firefighters

took her to hospital just as the

ceremony started. The Lyttelton

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fire brigades also held roaring

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Book fair raises $7000

• By Matt Salmons

WITH MORE than 8000

books donated and $7000

raised, this year’s Lyttelton

Book Fair was bigger and

better than the last.

The Saturday event was

organised and run by

parents from Lyttelton

Primary School’s family

hub to raised money for

the school’s library.

The first event in 2016

boosted the library’s stock

and allowed the school to

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last two years.

Lyttelton Primary School

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Rita Norris said this year’s

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the school’s library.

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said the event was “awesome.”

“There was a queue of

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before we started and

people just kept coming in

all day.”

Ms Connor said $400

was made from the sale of

an 1899 first edition of The

SEARCHING: People search through about 8000

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Ms Connor said a parent

had bought 118-year-old

book.

After a story previewing

the event appeared in the

October 31 edition of the

Bay Harbour News, there

was a jump in the number

of books donated, Ms Connor

said.

“After the story came

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who had no kids or the

school or any connection,

turn up with boxes of

books to donate.”

She said people “were

quite respectful” of the

fact that donations should

cease by Thursday evening

to allow volunteers enough

time to sort through them

on Friday.

About 150 books from

those donated went

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Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Salmons

THREE ASPIRING politicians

will represent the Port Hills

electorate at next year’s Youth

Parliament.

They will be Woolston’s Freya

Young, 17, Hillmorton’s Cha’nel

Kaa-Luke, 17, and Westmorland’s

Azaria Howell, 16.

Ruth Dyson

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part of my promotion of deaf

issues and ensures that the Youth

Parliament has a deaf participant

and sign language interpreters,”

Ms Dyson said.

Cha’nel said she was “very

proud and ready” to take on the

role as she had always strived to

be a leader.

Some of her deaf friends had

taken Youth MP roles before and

inspiring her to try it herself.

“I had been along to watch

FOCUSED: (Left) – Port Hills National Youth MP Freya Young and Nuk Korako. (Right) – Eugenie Sage and Port Hills Green Party

Youth MP Azaria Howell.

and I have always intrigued me

as to what different people are

passionate about or feel are important.

I also have also had an

interest in law and politics.”

She said her main focus would

be issues facing deaf people

in New Zealand and bringing

understanding and empathy to

those “who struggle a bit more

than the average person.”

Port Hills National list MP

Nuk Korako said he had made

his choice based on Freya’s keen

attitude and dedication.

“She was the standout, very

capable. I think she’s got a very

good future ahead.”

“This is what I love about [this]

programme. You get to meet a

lot of our young ones right at the

start who you know then they

are going to go far.”

Freya said the selection was the

“biggest accomplishment of my

life so far.”

The experienced debater and

aspiring youth councillor said

she would focus on championing

freedom of speech and freeing

business from regulation during

her term as Youth MP.

“I think, right now, that Government

is too big.”

Freya said she wanted to “emulate

a real MP” for the experience

and expand her knowledge of the

issues facing the country.

“I’ve got a real interest in politics

as its definitely the best way

to make changes.”

Green Party Port Hills list MP

Eugenie Sage’s selection, Azaria

Howell, is an experienced representative

for youth.

Said Ms Sage: “I am impressed

with her political engagement,

her skills in the sport of fencing,

always a useful skill in politics,

and how she is prepared to speak

out on a range of issues.”

Azaria had been on the executive

of the Christchurch Youth

Council for a number of years

and had volunteered with the

Green Party.

The party’s values and focus on

the environment and community

well-being aligned with hers,

she said, and she was excited to

be its representative.

“I was really happy. I’m privileged

to be in this position.”

Azaria said she will work to

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area was heard. “They actually

have new ideas to bring to the

table.” •Dyson’s column, p15

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The Upper Hutt-born rocker will fly out

the day after Selwyn Sounds to meet commitments

at the Red Hot Summer Tour in

Australia.

Stevens said the Australian tour organisers

had tried to convince him to pull out

of Selwyn Sounds.

“I said ‘no way’. I’m not going to opt out

of a New Zealand show, sorry boys,” he

said.

As well as a “frantic” live performance

schedule this year, Stevens said he started

work on his 11th album in January, with a

view to release it in mid-2019.

It will feature his latest song, Rain Down

On Me, released on October 26 to support

drought-stricken farmers in Australia.

He also performed at the Hay Mate concert

on October 27, which raised money

for Australian charity Rural Aid.

“It was great to be a part of it and help

people,” Stevens said.

He said the song, written in January,

fitted the situation as it spoke of a struggle,

but also of hope on the horizon. All proceeds

from the song go to Rural Aid.

“I’m just going to give it to the farmers

and they can have every single cent that

comes from it. That’s my way to help.”

Although he visited family in Queenstown

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for Aerosmith in Dunedin as part of the

Global Warming Tour.

Stevens said he was most looking

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with his homeland.

“Just putting my feet on the soil again,

you know?”

The youngest of 11, Stevens said he had

“whanau for days” and hoped to fit in a

catch-up.​

“I’ve got a few cousins in Christchurch,

so I’ll catch up with them, get a boil up

going. I’ll be sweet.”

Stevens’ career launched at the age of 16

in 1980 with the release of Jezebel, which

topped the New Zealand charts at the

time.

Since then, the performer has released

10 studio albums, including band and solo

work, working alongside some of the most

well-known names in the music industry.

Stevens said he found it “cute” that

New Zealand fans still asked to hear his

early releases “from my teenage era” and

planned to keep his set list fluid and respond

to the crowd.

“Of course, we’ll play what the

people want. I might play one new song.

I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it,” he

said.

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News

Celebration of beach

steps on Armistice Day

• By Matt Salmons

THE installation of beach access

steps in Redcliffs was celebrated

by residents on Sunday, and

timed to coincide with an

annual Neighbourhood Week

event.

Funding for the steps, which

are on Beachville Rd near the

intersection with Main Rd, was

approved in August and work

was completed on Wednesday.

Redcliffs Residents’ Association

member Chris Doudney

arrived at the event on his

sunburst yacht before he and

Redcliffs resident Grahame

Hinds cut the ribbon on the

steps at 10.30am.

They then walked down to

the water’s edge to symbolically

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between the community and the

water.

Community board members

Darrell Latham and Sara

Templeton spoke on behalf of

the board. Event organiser and

Beachville Rd Neighbourhood

Support co-ordinator, Fiona

Miller, said she had already used

the steps to take her grandchildren

to the beach.

“The only access to the beach

before was clambering over the

rocks, which was a bit hazard-

OPEN: Grahame Hinds (front)

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ous.” She said the timing of

the steps was fortuitous, as it

allowed Beachville Rd residents

to celebrate them at their annual

Neighbourhood Week event.

The steps were “another plus

for Redcliffs,” Ms Miller said.

“We’re feeling very positive

about having them there.”

After morning tea, the New

Zealand flag was raised before

attendees observed a minute’s

silence for Armistice Day.

The steps allow access to an

area of the beach that is popular

with children and for launching

kayaks. The original steps were

damaged in the earthquakes and

then removed.​

Exhibition of three artists

THREE ARTISTS from the

Sumner and Redcliffs area

will showcase their work next

week in a studio not normally

accessible by the public.

Sumner’s Jo Ogier will exhibit

her own work alongside

the work of Sheila Brown and Jo

Loughnan at her Scarborough

studio on November 24.

All three artists draw their

inspiration from the people and

environment around them.

Ogier has received a number

of scholarships and awards both

in New Zealand and Australia

since starting her full-time career

as an artist in 2000.

Her watercolours and printed

works often focus on the endemic

species of flora and fauna on

Jo Loughnan

Sheila Brown

Banks Peninsula and elsewhere.

Loughnan split her time

between her after-school art programme,

running adult drawing

classes and producing her own

work for exhibitions.

Using a mix of inks, pastels,

charcoal and paints, Loughnan

prefers to work on portraits and

figures.

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Now

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Another award-winning

artist, Brown, grew up on the

East Coast of the United States,

spending weekends in the

mountains of New Hampshire.

“This is where my love of

nature began and my dream of

being an artist,” she said.

Brown moved to New Zealand

in 1994 and later became a fulltime

artist in 2005.

The artist focussed on her

love of birds as inspiration,

saying acrylics best suited

her “crossover style” of

expressionism and abstract.

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• permit people with vacant sites (where houses have been demolished

since the earthquakes) in the Residential Unit Overlay to rebuild

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consent.

The Proposal, developed by Christchurch City Council, has been

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inviting your views.

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5.00pm, Monday, 26 November 2018.

The Proposal can be viewed with more information, and written

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Your Local Views

Celebrating diversity

Port Hills MP

Ruth Dyson

celebrates

the growing

diversity

in New

Zealand’s

Government

and hopes younger

generations will pick up

the slack in voting to keep

things moving

LAST WEEK, my colleague

Damien O’Connor and I

celebrated the 25 th anniversary of

our election to Parliament – wow.

How has that time gone so fast?

It has been an obvious time of

reflection of changes in our Parliament

and our society over that

time. I was elected to represent

the electorate of Lyttelton in the

last first past the post system of

voting.

Although Lyttelton has had a

proud history in terms of electing

women (we had the first woman

MP, Elizabeth McCombs in 1933,

followed by Dame Ann Hercus

and Colleen Dewe), I was still

only the 37 th woman Member

of Parliament elected in our

country.

In 1993, the New Zealand

Parliament had its first Pacifica

MP and our first Māori Speaker

of the House.

The diversity that MMP

brought has been significant. At

our swearing-in ceremony last

year, the Speaker determined

that people could take the oath

in their first language if they so

chose.

Seven different languages were

used for this affirmation.

So Parliament is now much

more representative of the communities

we were elected to

represent than it was previously.

Our select committees operate

in a more open way with live

streaming of many of the hearings

and committees travelling

outside of Wellington a lot more,

Parliament is always broadcast

on both radio and television and

social media is used a lot more as

a mode of communication.

And yet our voting participation

continues to decline.

In our electorate, we have a

high level of engagement on community

issues and a consequential

high voter turnout.

It would be fantastic for the

health of our democracy if this

participation was replicated

across the country.

I hope that in the future we can

make voting recognised as the

right and privilege that it is – and

that everyone uses it.

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SUMMER IS nearly here and

for the boaties out there the

waterways will get busier and

busier.

I thought I would give you

a little bit of information in

relation to what is happening in

Canterbury and the West Coast

regarding the demographics of

boating users here.

Fifty-eight per cent of boaties

are male, with 42 per cent

female, and 58 per cent of our

boaties are under 44-years-old.

The largest type of craft

owned, according to the recent

research by Ipsos, shows that

powerboats under 6m were at

30 per cent followed closely by

kayakers at 29 per cent.

Ten per cent were jet skis, and

the other 30 per cent was made

up of dinghies, sailboats and

paddleboarders.

What does this all mean?

Simply put, we have a large

number of different types of

craft competing for space on our

waterways.

When you put it into context,

it explains the need for boating

safety rules, so everyone can be

kept safe, no matter what type of

vessel they are using.

From a boating safety perspective,

what are our expectations

from the harbourmaster’s office

for the oncoming season? I will

outline my wishes below and let’s

see if you guys and girls out there

in the boating community can

make them come true.

Treat each other on the water

with respect. Follow the boating

safety rules, if you don’t know

them, learn them.

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Always wear an appropriatelyfitted

life jacket.

This includes paddleboards,

jet skis, and, sail and powerboats

measuring 6m or less. If the vessel

is more than 6m, there must

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Check the weather before

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out. Take two forms of appropriate

waterproof communication.

Always have an observer

when towing a water-skier or

biscuit.

Fifteen years is the minimum

age to operate any powered

vessel capable of more than 10

knots, including a jet ski.

If you are going to be consuming

alcohol, be responsible.

Remember, you have your passengers

and your own safety, as

well as the other water users, to

consider.

Lastly, have fun out there.

That’s it from me this month,

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“Nobody is faster than disaster.”

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Our People

Cam Haylock

Investing in the young by taking time

Sumner Redcliffs

Anglican Church youth

pastor Cam Haylock, 27,

has been connecting

Sumner youth with

their faith for five years.

Reporter Matt Salmons

caught up with the keen

surfer, snowboarder and

man of the cloth

Tell me about where you were

born and grew up?

I was born here in

Christchurch and grew up ​

in Spreydon area. I attended

Hoon Hay Primary, Manning

Intermediate and Hillmorton

High School. Spreydon was

great, most of my group of

friends either lived around the

corner or out in Halswell. So

I was on my bike most days,

biking around the place with

them. We had Spreydon Domain

down the road where we would

play football and all the schools I

attended were walking distance

so it was a very easy place to get

around when I was young.

Where do you live now?

Sumner. I moved into here

when I moved back from

Australia’s Sunshine Coast at the

age of 23. Living near the beach

was a non-negotiable for me. In

my role, it is really important

to live locally to everyone that

your rubbing shoulders with

on a day-to-day basis. This

creates consistency in the life

of the community, It gives you

perspective of certain needs in

the local community that you

might never see if your driving

in and out every day, and creates

genuine relationships because

you’re just doing mundane

and fun things in life together

instead of the formal side that

can very easily take over in roles

like mine.

What was the transition to

Sumner like?

There is a great crew of locals

around my age in Sumner that

made the change very easy.

They’re legends.

What’s your family like?

My family are very mellow.

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Dad is a nurse and mum is a

primary school teacher. I have an

older sister, an older brother and

a younger brother. We grew up

camping around Christchurch

and New Zealand on our family

holidays. Our house growing

up was a centre point for a lot of

our friends, so it was common

for us to always have big meals

with a lot of people together.

I think that shaped why my

brothers, sister and I focus more

on creating experiences with

people, which then creates great

friendships and relationships.

Do you have any hobbies?

I enjoy most things. The

small things like mowing a

lawn, surfing or snowboarding,

hanging with my mum and

dad, friends, food. New Zealand

is a beautiful place. My dad’s

into surfing, so that’s how I got

into it. It was inevitable that we

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I like that both surfing and

snowboarding let me hang out

with my mates, meet new people

and have fun while doing it.

Have you ever travelled for

surfing or snowboarding?

Yes, I’ve been to Sri Lanka

for a month, Indonesia for a

month, Mexico, the United

States, Hawaii, Fiji, Australia

and the North Island. Oh, and

Canada, we went to Canada to

snowboard. I’ve always gone

with a group of mates. I couldn’t

say which was my favourite

place, they all bring their own

flavour really.

Have you always have a

strong connection to your faith

growing up?

I started the journey of trying

to figure out what a strong

faith looks like from the age

of 20. Before then it was more

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of an obligatory faith through

our family traditions and the

heavy involvement I had in our

local church growing up. Let’s

use a tricycle metaphor. Some

people might disagree with this,

but everyone leads and makes

decisions from their experience.

So referring to the tricycle, your

experience is the front wheel.

The back two wheels could be

tradition, reason, creation or

scripture since we are talking

about faith. I kept an ongoing

journey of exploring my faith

and who God is because there

were too many experiences in

my mundane life that I couldn’t

put down to coincidence.

That would just be boring. So,

if everyone leads from their

experience, then the experiences

in my life have kept me on a

trajectory towards the Father, the

Son and the Holy Spirit. I have

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FAITHFUL:

Sumner youth

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Haylock has

his dream job,

encouraging

young

people in his

community.

had the privilege to be paid by

the local church for the past

five years, for 30 hours a week,

which is perfect. I think for

everyone to have a healthier

well-being, people need to work

less.

How did you get the position

you have?

I had moved over to Australia

to a place called Mudjimba on

Queensland’s Sunshine Coast

when I was 21. I was working as

a barista in a surf shop. We had a

bunch of local groms that I had

the privilege of taking surfing or

skating on a weekly basis, as well

as heading into the local schools

to help wherever needed. I did

that for about two years before

I was asked to come back to

Christchurch and do the same

in Sumner. I’d actually got an

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Who sent the email?

The former youth pastor,

Paul, I’ve known him since I

was about 13. He thought I’d be

perfect for the role. I thought

about it for a while, but in the

end, I decided to do it. He wasn’t

surprised that it took me so long

to respond. You know what it’s

like, everyone’s a bit useless in

communicating.

What was your first sermon

like?

I’ve done a few talks up the

front, my first one was an

absolute shocker. I mumble

quite a bit so I’m not too sure if

anyone ever understood what

I was saying. Our new vicar

Thomas is a phenomenal speaker

so he has given me a few tips but

also encourages me to bring my

flavour in whatever I am saying.

What is your favourite part of

being a youth pastor?

I’ve got many favourite parts

in my role, but to put one

down on paper, that would be

witnessing and being a part of

a youth community. Part of

something where young people

are serving and investing in

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other young people. Creating

friendships, memories and

experiences through every

day life stuff and activities

they love like surfing, skating,

snowboarding and mountain

biking. Because of this, when

there are hard times young

people have multiple people in

their life that they can turn to

for help and know someone is

willing and happy to sit and

listen to what is happening in

their life. That is actually one of

my favourite things in my life in

general.

What’s the hardest part?

One of the hardest things is to

always have an understanding

of every situation. As we get

older we think more logically

than emotionally, but young

people are led by their emotions

and experiences the majority of

the time. It is so important to

listen and learn to have a deep

understanding of young people’s

situations, instead of thinking

we know best or assuming the

right outcome for a situation.

Listening to everyone will always

be something that is hard.

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Hector’s dolphins head to

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their breeding season, making

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The dolphins only give birth

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a slow recovery rate for the

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“I think it’s important for them

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Mrs McInerney said work

would likely continue into

December as the remaining

admin block and classrooms

were demolished.

Work on the new school

building at Redcliffs Park is set to

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The school is set to be ready by

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BATTLE:

Sumner

captain

Johnny

Beveridge

scored 41

against

Riccarton.

• By Louis Day

SUMNER SUFFERED their

second defeat of the season after

losing to Riccarton at St Leonards

Square.

Skipper Johnny Beveridge

scored 41 runs but was unable

to prevent his side finishing on a

disappointing 70 all out.

Club coach Dan Vann said they

were not “mentally switched on”

in what he described as a bad day

at the office.

“We had that really heavy rain

on Thursday and Friday, which

meant the pitch and block got

quite wet, which meant we didn’t

get started till 2.30 when we usually

start at 10.30. We normally

have a good warm up and routine

that we follow, but because of the

delays we just had a last minute

coin toss and got put into bat and

just didn’t show up really.”

Riccarton were initially

cautious in their reply, with

Sumner’s Dean Smith and Nawid

SPORTS

Sumner slump to second

one-day cricket loss

Mohamaddy managing to take a

couple of early wickets.

The Riccarton middle order

then decided to take a few risks

and managed to gain traction

with some aggressive batting and

eventually ran down the total,

losing five wickets on the way.

Sumner remains second on the

championship ladder, two wins

behind rivals Heathcote who they

will face at the weekend.

Vann is confident the team

can bounce back against the

championship leaders and bring

their unbeaten run in the one-day

competition to an end.

“If we play well we can knock

them off which will keep us in the

running for this year. We know

we have got a good enough side to

beat them.”

Sumner’s over 35s were the only

other team at the club to play over

the weekend. They defended the

Challenge Shield, which they won

the previous week, with a victory

over Merivale Papanui.

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

• By Louis Day

SUMNER basketballer Sofia

Kennedy was “heartbroken”

after missing out on

qualification for the FIBA junior

world championships with the

Junior Tall Ferns.

They missed qualification

after losing to Australia in the

quarter-finals at the FIBA Asia

championships in Bangalore.

“It was obviously a big game

because it’s Australia and it’s a

bit of a grudge match, but also

because it was our chance to get

into the semi-finals. The top four

qualify for worlds so we needed

to win that game to qualify.”

The year 13 Middleton

Grange student said fatigue had

a major impact on their performance.

“We came out kind of tired

looking and low on energy, so

we were down by like 30 at halftime

and got a bit of a bollocking

by the coaches.”

The Junior Tall Ferns managed

to reduce the deficit to six points

but were unable to hold on and

ended up losing 82-66.

“We were pretty gutted about

it to be honest as we definitely

thought the Aussies were beatable.”

Following the defeat, they

managed to beat Chinese Taipei

75-47 to claim fifth, missing out

on qualification by one place.

In spite of missing out on the

world championships, Sofia said

the tournament was an invaluable

experience.

“It was my first international

tournament so it was great to

have a bit of exposure to the way

the Asian teams play, it was definitely

a lot faster and just better

to what I’m used to.”

As well as competing in the

FIBA Asia championships, Sofia

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Sumner basketballer ‘heartbroken’

over loss to Aussie

ALMOST: Sofia

Kennedy made

her debut for

the Junior

Tall Ferns at

the FIBA Asia

championships

in Bangalore.

also took part in the crosscountry

world championships in

Paris and the Australian crosscountry

champs earlier this year.

Sofia is now looking to secure

a basketball or cross-country

scholarship at an American

university. She said a basketball

scholarship was a priority over

cross-country.


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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 10min 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

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Take your own creative project

Email matt.salmons@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

or come and get some inspiration.

Phone Beth for more information

on 022 678 1252.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Herb Hacks at Home

Thursdays, 6.30-7.30pm, until

December 13

Learn to create your own gels,

ointments and creams using

common herbs from a professional

pharmacist. Take home

seeds to plants and a product

sample to use after each session.

Costs $15 a session or a

discounted rate for a whole term.

Find more information at www.

hvcc.org.nz.

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Centre

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, Friday, and

Sumner Library, Tuesday

Mixed Menagerie

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

10am-4pm

An exhibition of whimsical

paintings and ceramics featuring

animals and birds by Ruth Willis

and Sophie McCulla. “Mixed

Menagerie” runs throughout

November.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery,

Diamond Harbour

Remembering Railway

Workers Lost In World War 2

Saturday, 11am-12.30pm

Heritage Roses invites the

community to a commemoration

in Ferrymead Heritage

Park’s Memorial Rose Garden to

remember 21 Addington Railway

Workshops men who lost their

lives in World War 2. Entry by

gold coin donation.

Ferrymead Heritage 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

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Kōrero Māori – Give It A Go

The Diamond Harbour Art

Group is holding its annual

show weekend art exhibition

of paintings by local artists

at the Diamond Harbour

Church Hall, 85 Marine Drive.

Original paintings in oil,

watercolour, acrylic or pastel

for appreciation or for sale

Friday and Saturday 10am-

4.30pm, Sunday 1-4pm. ​

Mondays, 7.15-8.15pm, until

December 17

Explore different aspects of te

reo Māori in this short practical

course with Renee Tuhi. Sign up

at any time, sessions $15 each or

a discounted rate for the whole

term. Find more information at

www.hvcc.org.nz.

Heathcote Valley Community

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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

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5-9pm, Ferrymead Heritage

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Lyttelton Farmers’ Market

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and was more of a “show and

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the soldiers l oked like.

Children were shown the type

of kits horses were required to

wear in the war.

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The band dedicated its se to

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a medical event.

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to his world heavyweigh title

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A CRACKDOWN on mobile

traders acro s the districts could

be l oming.

However, the public has li tle

interest in having input into the

i sue.

Only eight submi sions were

received for a potential bylaw

aimed at regulating commercial

activities in public places.

The district council wi l be

holding a hearing for the Public

Places Bylaw and Policy on Commercial

Activities and Events in

Public Places.

A hearing is scheduled to be

held on Thursday.

The bylaw comes as an increasing

number of mobile traders

are s eking to operate in Selwyn,

especia ly during the summer

months.

In the past year, the district

council has received five inquiries

about se ting up a mobile busine s

on private or public land.

A report said there are two

str et operators in Darfield, a

coff e cart is parked beside the

railway in Ro leston, and a pi za

cart visits Lincoln w ekly betw en

September-May along with a Thai

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Body corporate chairman Mike

White said the group had gone

into mediation with IAG and EQC

on February 20, and signed off

on a deal with IAG on February

2 – coincidenta ly seven years

to the day after the February 2,

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Coastal-Burwod Ward city

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repairing the potholes which are

a “trip and vehicle” hazard.

WorkSafe chief inspector

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A decision to paint double yellow

lines on the stretch betw en

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Bu the Banks Peninsula Community

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ye low lines on the Summit Rd-

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Draft Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor Regeneration

Plan, Proposed Partial Revocation of the

Christchurch Central Recovery Plan, and Proposed

Partial Revocation of the Land Use Recovery Plan

– open for written comment

Pursuant to the Greater Christchurch Regeneration Act 2016 (the

Act), Regenerate Christchurch invites written comments from the

public on the following documents:

• The Draft Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor Regeneration

Plan (pursuant to section 34 of the Act),

• The Proposed Partial Revocation of the Christchurch

Central Recovery Plan (pursuant to section 54 of the Act),

• The Proposed Partial Revocation of the Land Use

Recovery Plan (pursuant to section 45 of the Act).

The primary purpose of the Draft Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor

Regeneration Plan is to enable short, medium, and long-term uses of

approximately 600ha of land within the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor,

including the area previously known as the residential red zone. The Draft

Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor Regeneration Plan will apply to all land

(including land covered by water and any airspace over land) identified as

the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor Regeneration Area (Regeneration Area)

defined in Appendix 1 of the ‘Outline for the Ōtākaro/Avon River Corridor

Regeneration Plan’.

A concise statement recording the views on the Draft Ōtākaro Avon River

Corridor Regeneration Plan provided by the parties listed in section 29 of the

Act (Christchurch City Council, Canterbury Regional Council, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi

Tahu, Ōtākaro Limited, and the Chief Executive of the Department of the Prime

Minister and Cabinet) under section 33 of the Act is also publicly available at

engage.regeneratechristchurch.nz.

The Proposed Partial Revocation of the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan

(CCRP) proposes to partially revoke the effect of the CCRP so that it does not

apply to the Regeneration Area as shown in Appendix 2 to the Proposed Partial

Revocation of the CCRP. The Proposed Partial Revocation covers that part of

the central city within the four avenues that overlaps with the Regeneration

Area covered by the Draft Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor Regeneration Plan.

The CCRP will continue to apply to the remaining area of the central city as set

out in the CCRP.

The Proposed Partial Revocation of the Land Use Recovery Plan (LURP)

proposes to partially revoke the effect of the LURP so that it does not apply

to the Regeneration Area. The Regeneration Area is described in section

1 of the Proposed Partial Revocation of the LURP and shown in Appendix

1, and is the same as the Regeneration Area covered by the Draft Ōtākaro

Avon River Corridor Regeneration Plan. The LURP will continue to apply to

the remaining areas identified in the LURP.

In combination, the Proposed Partial Revocation of the CCRP and the Proposed

Partial Revocation of the LURP, if approved, would result in the Ōtākaro Avon

River Corridor Regeneration Plan being the only Regeneration or Recovery

Plan applying to the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor Regeneration Area.

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