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Bid to ease traffic in Redcliffs

Changes to

keep school

pupils safe

• By Louis Day

MOTORISTS WILL no longer be

able to turn right from Main Rd

into Beachville Rd in Redcliffs if

a new traffic plan goes ahead.

The change is part of the city

council’s Redcliffs transport

project, which looks to

accommodate the new school at

Redcliffs Park. The school is set

to open at the start of 2020.

The city council has also

proposed a new 40km/h school

speed zone, which would cover

a portion of Beachville Rd,

Celia St and a small section of

McCormacks Bay Rd.

Redcliffs Residents’ Association

secretary Pat McIntosh said the

changes need to be made to cope

with the traffic created by the

relocation of the school.

“It certainly does need

alterations to cope with the fact

the school will create a lot more

traffic. Personally, I think the

business of putting the school

there is nonsense and traffic is

only one of the reasons.”

The city council has also

proposed moving the bus stop

opposite 5 Main Rd 225m

towards Redcliffs Village, about

a 2-3min walk from its current

location.

CHANGES: Motorists will not be able to turn right from Main Rd into Beachville Rd if planned changes go ahead.

City council head of transport

Richard Osborne said the

changes would ensure the

safety of students, while easing

congestion in the area.

“The proposed changes seek

to slow traffic on Main Rd and

ensure that all children walking

or cycling to the new school have

access to a conveniently-located

and safe crossing point.”

The city council has also

proposed to remove the

pedestrian crossing opposite 45

Main Rd and replace it with a

pedestrian refuge.

Mr Osborne believes removing

the right turn lane at the Main

Rd Beachville Rd intersection

is key to easing congestion and

enhancing pedestrian safety.

“Without a right turn

restriction, a queue of vehicles

waiting to turn would block the

main traffic flow. It’s anticipated

that the proposed right turn

restriction will help minimise

delays and improve visibility for

pedestrians.”

•Public consultation on

the transport plan closes

on December 17. The plan

will be finalised by the city

council in February and work

is proposed to start in April.

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Mistake baches (page 3).

The Sara Templeton-led working party

idea of 35-year licences means the people

who own them can consider long-term

plans for their baches.

The baches do give Taylors a good feel and add to its character.

I’m sure the sound of the sea pounding nearby during the dead

of night is fairly awesome.

And more good decisions look likely with a traffic plan for

streets around Redcliffs Park where the new school will be sited

(page 1).

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• By Louis Day

TAYLORS MISTAKE bach

owners could get 35-year

licences on their contentious

properties.

The city council will

tomorrow discuss the plan

after the recommendation from

a working party led by city

councillor Sara Templeton.

It will go out for public

consultation on Friday.

The baches covered by the

licences would have to be of

heritage value

and used

for holiday

accommodation

only.

Taylors

Mistake

Association

Sara

Templeton

president Brent

Gilpin told Bay

Harbour News it

was a step in the

right direction.

The future of the baches has

been an issue for decades.

“I think the future is looking

much brighter, especially when

you look back to the 1970s when

the cave baches were burnt

down by the council,” he said.

Mr Gilpin was hopeful the

baches would survive beyond

the 35-year licence.

“I guess the key for us is

that the 35-year term would

be renewed afterwards on a

renewable basis.”

The working group has also

recommended that baches of

moderate to high risk of natural

hazards as well as ones that

obstructed public access to the

beach were either demolished or

relocated.

Bach owners not receiving a

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new licence would also have to

cover the costs of demolition

and reinstating the land

themselves.

Said Mr Gilpin: “There are

some baches where the risk

is probably too great and

demolition would most likely

be the outcome there. But our

belief is that is a very small

number of baches. For a large

number of baches, there are

ways of mitigating the risks.”

He also hoped it would bring

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heritage value

could be

granted a new

35-year licence.

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city council and bach owners to

an end.

“One of the many issues of

this bouncing back and forward

is that we have spent a lot of

time and money on fighting

when we could be doing other

things with the surf club and

other stuff in the area.

“We want to be developing

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not impact construction of the

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discovered the abandoned pipe two

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Ministry head of infrastructure

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A suspected drink-driver crashed

his car into a tree when driving

from the Hilltop Tavern towards

Barrys Bay last Friday at around

8pm. The 25-year-old failed to take

a right-hand bend. Akaroa Senior

Constable Tim Johnson said there

were no other vehicles involved

in the collision and the driver

sustained no significant injuries.

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Solo rowing challenge for surf lifesaver

• By Matt Salmons

TAYLORS MISTAKE surf

lifesaver Isaac Giesen is set to

become the first New Zealander

to row solo across the Atlantic

Ocean and the first to row across

twice in a year.

All in the name of raising

money for mental health

charities in New Zealand and

Australia.

His trip is part of the international

Trans-Atlantic Challenge

2018. He is one of only five solo

entrants.

The crossing from the Canary

Islands to Antigua is more than

5000km across the Atlantic

Ocean and could take about 90

days.

“It really doesn’t matter how

physically fit you are, it’s a mental

game,” Mr Giesen said.

His only companions when his

rowboat Bonnie Lass departs on

December 12 will be sufficient

food, a water maker and a sound

system pumping out drum and

bass beats.

“I’ll also have podcasts, but it’s

got to be drum and bass playing

while I’m out there.”

As well as enjoying his sound

system, Mr Giesen said he would

do a bit of fishing and “have a

think about life.”

DEDICATION: Taylors Mistake surf lifesaver Isaac Giesen is taking on the Atlantic in a row boat

for the second time this year. ​

“It’s an adventure. There’ll

definitely be challenges, but I’ll

just deal with those as they come

up.”

Mr Giesen said he was supposed

to undertake the solo trip

last year, but missed the pre-race

time on the water to qualify for

the 2017 Trans-Atlantic Challenge

due to boat repairs.

Instead, he completed the

challenge in a team row with

independent rowers from the

Faroe Islands earlier this year.

In spite of the team losing

two members early on, a broken

water maker, a busted steering

system and a stomach virus, Mr

Giesen said the journey had been

an amazing adventure.

“The positives far outweigh the

bad. It just adds to it.

“The goal [for next month’s

trip] is just to get across for me.

I find that if you go racing or try

to break records, you don’t want

to go back. I don’t want to ruin

my adventure.”

Mr Giesen’s cause, raising

money for Australian mental

health charities Black Dog and

Bravehearts as well as New

Zealand’s Victim Support, has a

personal connection.

He lost his aunt and two close

friends to suicide.

“It’s something that shaped me

and changed me a lot. It’s something

I’m still dealing with.

“I’ve actually got both my

mates’ anniversaries while I’m

out there.”

Mr Giesen said people could

donate to the cause, or become

a sponsor, through his website

www.thebluerower.com.

He also hoped to regularly

update the Blue Rower Facebook

and Instagram pages with videos

“so you can watch me slowly

deteriorate.”

Taylors Mistake Surf Lifesaving

Club administrator Adrian

Mouldey said he had known Mr

Giesen “since he was a nipper”

when he joined the club at nineyears-old.

Mr Giesen, a qualified lifeguard,

had competed in kayaking

at the national level since he

was 16.

“We’re very proud of him,

what he’s done and what he’s

going to do,” Mr Mouldey said.

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Neighbours in bus stop dispute

• By Matt Salmons

TWO SUMNER neighbours

want an amicable outcome to a

disagreement over the location

of a Nayland St bus stop –

moving it further along the

street.

Debbie Hicks of 109 Nayland

St wants the bus stop moved

because passengers can see into

her house, while Eoin and Sue

Richdale of 107 want it to stay

where it is

to retain onstreet

parking.

Both parties

presented

their argument

to the

Linwood-

Central-

Darrell Latham

Heathcote

Community

Board on Wednesday.

During the presentations, the

neighbours proposed a third

option: Moving the stop further

along the street. An option they

agreed on.

Board member Darrell

Latham said a decision had been

tabled until early next year in

light of the new option, so city

council staff could investigate its

viability and report back to the

board.

Both parties have legitimate

concerns, Dr Latham said.

“The council will need to

look at that to see if it’s a viable

option.

“If there’s a possibility that

both parties can be satisfied, let’s

look at it,” Dr Latham said.

The neighbours declined to

comment to the Bay Harbour

News as they did not want to

jeopardise the chance of an

amicable outcome.

If moving the stop further

along the street was not an

option, board members would

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PROPOSAL: This bus stop on Nayland St may be moved further along the street.

be forced to make a decision “on

the status quo,” he said.

In 2009, the bus stop was

moved 4m west when vehicle

access to 107 Nayland St was

changed, removing one onstreet

parking spot.

Then in 2016, the bus stop

moved again, closer to the

Menzies St intersection, to

address safety concerns raised

in the community. This left the

same number of parking spots.

That move placed it directly

alongside the house at 109

Nayland St, which at the time

was uninhabited.

Then in December, the Hicks

requested the city council move

the stop back to its pre-2016

location due to concerns over

on-street parking and privacy

concerns.

To do so would result in the

loss of two on-street parking

spaces as a no-stopping zone was

suggested for the area between

the bus stop and the Menzies St

intersection to maintain sight

lines.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Motorists

need

to take

care

• By Louis Day

DRIVE TO the conditions.

That is the message from

police as the wet weather in

the region continues.

A 51-year-old was lucky to

walk away with minor injuries

after failing to drive to the

conditions.

The man was travelling past

the Hilltop Tavern towards

Little River and tried to make

a moderate left-hand turn

before the van tipped over

yesterday about 10am.

He received a sore shoulder

and was dropped home by an

ambulance.

Akaroa Senior Constable

Tim Johnson said the van was

extensively damaged.

“The message here is

obviously drive to the

conditions. If it’s rainy with

a wet road, slow down a bit.

A witness was following him

and he wasn’t speeding, he

was probably just going a bit

fast in the heavy rain.”

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Bay Harbour

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reporter

BAY HARBOUR News has a

new reporter – Louis Day.

Louis takes over from Matt

Salmons, who as you will see

alongside is now a stay-at-home

dad.

Louis hails from Croydon in

south London, but he has been

in New Zealand

for just over 10

years. He came

out here with

his family to

live in Central

Otago.

“New Zealand

was a culture

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shock at first.

Honesty boxes

and people you

did not know smiling at you

were completely foreign concepts

to us,” he said.

Louis joins the team after

completing his postgraduate

diploma in journalism at

Massey University.

If you will see Louis out and

about in the Bay Harbour area

say hello.

And if you have a news story

or want some publicity for your

community group or club, call

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Matt Salmons’ working life has stretched from mining to being a reporter on Bay Harbour News. Last week he put

down his pen and pad to become a stay-at-home dad. We follow Matt’s new adventure with 10-month-old daughter

Vittoria in a weekly column

I’VE ALWAYS wanted to be

a dad.

I haven’t always been great

with kids or anything, but it

seemed like a damn fine idea.

However, I’d never thought

I would like to be a full-time

dad.

So I surprised myself when

I said yes so quickly to my

wife Laura’s question – “would

you want to be a stay-at-home

dad?”

I had zero need to think it

over – it was a decision I made

subconsciously. After all, I love

my darling daughter Vittoria,

what can I say?

With our country’s beloved

first-man Clarke Gayford

leading the charge, I certainly

felt confident in my decision.

And with Mr Gayford

retiring from the illustrious

post, dare I say it, maybe I

could become the nation’s

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crusader?

But as the time for me to

take over draws nearer, the

actual logistics of what’s

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Don’t get me wrong, I’m not

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I’ve also looked after Vittoria

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Redcliffs School fair on Sunday

REDCLIFFS School will

host its annual fair on

Sunday from 11am-3pm.

Just over a year from

moving into its rebuilt

home, Redcliffs

School is again

calling on the

community to

help fundraise for

resources needed

in the coming

months.

Principal Rose

McInerney said

she was moved

by the enormous

generosity the

school always

received at the fair.

“Our fair is so important

to us, not only is it our

main fundraiser, but

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News

• By Matt Salmons

IF YOU need anything from a

fridge to a chainsaw you will

be able to borrow it from a new

library planned for Lyttelton.

Organisers of the upcoming

Lyttelton Library of Tools and

Things, or LLOTT, are confident

that the Project Lyttelton

initiative will launch in mid-

December.

The library will work on a

subscription basis, either a $40

yearly fee or $20 and a Timebank

credit. Tools could

be booked out for a week at a

time.

Volunteer and Project Lyttelton

board member Stewart

Henry said the LLOTT team

would be at the December 8

Lyttelton Farmers Market for

expressions of interest.

He said the group already had

51 people who had confirmed

their intention to subscribe on

launch.

“We hope to double that on

December 8.”

The project had been in the

works for more than a year,

however, Mr Henry said recent

“passionate” additions to the volunteer

organising team had seen

the time line jump forward.

“It’s taking off now.”

As well as Mr Henry, LLOTT’s

staff included volunteer

Kevin Hurl and activator Paul

Dietsche.

Mr Henry said the launch

was dependent on finalising

the booking software and

uploading the contact details

of those who were interested in

subscribing.

Once launched, Mr Henry

said the library would be based

in a lock-up underneath the

board room. When a tear-drop

flag featuring LLOTT’s logo was

flying, people could come in to

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Lyttelton tool library set to launch

STALL: Project

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Trevor Best

and Stewart

Henry at a

Lyttelton

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farmers

market. ​

book in person, Mr Henry

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tools, mostly battery operated,

and we’ve had more than 50

items donated to us recently.”

The group’s inventory

included gardening tools such as

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construction tools like drills

and saws and mechanical tools

including vehicle ramps.

Mr Henry said they “also have

things” like tables and bar fridges.

User feedback would dictate

what else the group stocked.

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and use our money on chosen

items.”

He said LLOTT would

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PAGE 9

Fire rages, homes at risk

Williams

to play at

town hall

LYTTELTON musician Marlon

Williams has announced a

nationwide Tūrangawaewae

tour with a night at the restored

Christchurch town hall.

It comes off the back of a

successful year for the musician,

who recently won three New

Zealand Music Awards, including

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and best video.

He also featured in Bradley

Cooper’s film A Star is Born and

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Scroll for the song Nobody Gets

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The tour dates come with his

previously announced Villa

Maria Winery show, alongside

the Auckland Philharmonic

Orchestra. While Don McGlashan

and Emily Fairlight have been

announced as supporting acts at

the town hall.

Williams has also released a

new video for his song Beautiful

Dress directed by Charlotte Evans.

•General sale tickets for the

all ages show on March 3 at

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on Friday.

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Big line-up for

disaster symposium

• By Julia Evans

A LINE up of disaster

recovery and regeneration

experts will be speaking

at the Canterbury

Earthquakes Recovery

Symposium next week.

Among the line-up of

speakers at

the two-day

event will be

urban planner

specialising

in disaster

recovery and

catastrophe risk

management

Laurie Johnson;

academic

researcher

and designer

Barnaby

Bennett;

filmmaker Gerard Smyth;

Darmstadt University PhD

researcher Andreas Huck

from Germany; and Ngāi

Tahu chief executive Arihia

Bennett.

The event has had a

turbulent history. The

Government spent

$200,000 planning,

the event when then-

Megan Woods

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Minister Gerry Brownlee

dropped it altogether in

November 2016.

More than 50 speakers, a

venue and accommodation

was organised. This

event, held at Canterbury

University, cost about

$250,000

and is being

split between

Government

and the city

council.

The forum,

announced

earlier this

year by Greater

Christchurch

Regeneration

Minister Megan

Woods and

Mayor Lianne

Dalziel, will be a chance

to share lessons from all

sectors involved in the

recovery.

“More than 300

participants have been

invited to the symposium.

These people are primarily

leaders of organisations

that could be impacted by

future disasters, or involved

• provide clarity and support to areas (known as the Residential Unit

Overlay) where the risk of flooding is predominantly from sea level rise

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

since the earthquakes) in the Residential Unit Overlay to rebuild

houses of a similar size to what was there without requiring a resource

consent.

The Proposal, developed by Christchurch City Council, has been

submitted to the Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration who is

inviting your views.

Anyone can make a written comment, which must be received by

5.00pm, Monday, 26 November 2018.

in recovery efforts,” Dr

Woods said.

Ms Dalziel said it’s going

to be a valuable event.

“The event has already

attracted a huge amount

of interest from across the

sector, which shows that

there is a real desire to

share our recovery lessons,

so that others benefit from

our experiences when

another disaster strikes,

and more importantly, that

we don’t see a repeat of

any of our mistakes,” Ms

Dalziel said.

There will also be youth

in disaster recovery, mental

health lessons, arts, culture

and heritage, community

leadership, infrastructure

recovery, social recovery

and business recovery

discussions.

Mike McRoberts from

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The event is invitationonly.

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be live streamed and

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put on the EQ Recovery

Learning website – www.

eqrecoverylearning.org.

The Proposal can be viewed with more information, and written

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SCHOOLS

There’s something for

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News

Dredge

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work

THE SHIP Fairway, which has

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channel deepening project, left

for Singapore at the weekend.

One of the world’s largest

dredges, she has been working

in the harbour for the past 12

weeks. Her dredging has been

completed.

Fairway has lengthened

the channel by about 2.5km,

widened it by 20m and deepened

it by up to 2m.

The project has already paid

dividends with the Rio de

Janeiro, the largest container

ship to ever call at Lyttelton

Port, arriving last month, said

Lyttelton Port Company chief

executive Peter Davie.

“We know Canterbury freight

volumes are forecast to double in

the next 15 years, and container

ships have doubled in size in

the last 10. We are thrilled the

project is nearly complete and

we are now able to accommodate

larger vessels,” he said.

“The project secures the future

for importers and exporters

in the Canterbury region, as

it means the port remains

competitive for international

shipping lines. The region’s

exporters and importers will

continue to have direct access

to global markets and goods,

competitive freight networks

and cost-effective access.”

“The dredging project,

alongside our current

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Bay, which is part of our longterm

plan to move container

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away from the community, gives

our customers confidence their

growing cargo requirements will

be met.”

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New film on Hinewai Reserve

• By Matt Salmons

AKAROA’S HINEWAI Reserve

will feature in an upcoming

documentary by transtasman

film company Happen Films.

The 30-40min film will focus

on the regeneration of native

bush in the reserve.

There is still no set release

date, but Happen Films hopes to

have its premiere in the Banks

Peninsula area by the end of

March.

The two-person film company

is made up of Little River’s

Antoinette Wilson and Jordan

Osmand who is based in

Australia.

Wilson said the pair started

making films in 2015. Their first

project, A Simpler Way: Crisis

as Opportunity, was a crowdfunded

look at how people could

live within the means of earth’s

resources.

“The film was made free-toview

on YouTube, where it’s now

had over one million views,” she

said.

Wilson said she and Osmond

made films to tell stories “about

BUSH: The Happen Films crew set up Hinewai Reserve

caretaker Hugh Wilson with a microphone in the bush.

inspiring people and projects”,

doing their bit to address “the

environmental, social and economic

crises the world is facing.”

Their most recent film, Living

the Change, was released in

March. Ms Wilson said she

hoped to organise screenings on

Banks Peninsula soon.

While filming Living the

Change, the filmmakers

discovered Hinewai Reserve.

They wanted to tell the reserve’s

story as it and 73-year-old

caretaker Hugh Wilson were

“entirely in line with our ethos

Fire rages, homes at risk

and approach to life.”

Mr Wilson and his team spent

more than 30 years regenerating

farmland back to native bush

with minimal interference. Only

introduced species that cause

the most damage were actively

removed and controlled.

The filmmakers said Mr Wilson

put them “to shame” with

his fitness, but he and his team

had “generously accommodated”

them for the shoot, which finished

on November 12.

“We came away incredibly

inspired by Hugh’s reserve

management philosophies, his

lifestyle and his deeply held

principles.”

Wilson said the Hinewai film

was fully funded by a friend, “a

huge luxury” for the filmmakers

who normally relied on donations

and crowd-funding.

Wilson and Osmond will work

with an editor and composer for

the next two months to finish

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• By Louis Day

ABOUT 60 people remembered

21 Addington railway workshop

workers on Saturday who did not

return from World War 2.

The special ceremony at

Ferrymead Heritage Park was a

great success, said organiser Jude

Turner.

Augustas O’Malley, who was

one of the 21 railway workers,

was killed on board the HMS

Jupiter after hitting a Dutch mine

off the coast of Indonesia.

After working as an electric

plater for the Addington railway

workshops, Mr O’Malley died

in February 1942 at the age of

22 after joining the navy in July

1941.

Mr O’Malley was represented

by relative, Denise O’Malley-

Grey, at the commemoration.

Mrs O’Malley-Grey said the

memorial service gave the closure

needed for her great uncle.

“For me, as part of Gus’s

family, it honestly felt like he had

been brought home to rest.”

Mrs O’Malley-Grey said she

had been on a “journey” in

getting to know her great uncle

since she was sent one of his

memorial medals along with his

navy records.

“He was a stoker in the boiler

room, so he was quite in the

middle of it when there was the

massive explosion that hit the

ship, and of course those guys in

the boiler room wouldn’t have

stood a chance.”

His body was never recovered.

“He was killed in 1942,

his mother didn’t receive the

telegram till 1945. His father died

in 1944 not even knowing he had

lost his son.”

George Nelson’s descendant,

Linda Perkins, felt the service

was exactly what the 21 men

deserved.

“I went along with my two

cousins and it was a beautiful day

with the roses out in bloom. It

was really nice people other than

our family could acknowledge

the sacrifice George made.”

Sergeant Nelson worked

as a fitter and turner at the

Addington railways before

NOT FORGOTTEN: Family

members of some of the men

commemorated at Ferrymead

Heritage Park come together

in remembrance.

enlisting in the air force.

He was killed in action

on October 2, 1942, on his

first operational flight over

Dusseldorf, Germany.

“It is great to have a

permanent reminder of George

and somewhere for the other

members of the family to go

remember him. Not all people

are able to visit the graves of their

loved ones overseas.”

Descendants of Alan Davies

were also in attendance at the

memorial.

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Augustas O’Malley worked

as an electric plater at the

Addington railway workshops

before enlisting in the navy.

George Nelson died aged 21

in his first operational flight

over Dusseldorf.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Rose garden roll of honour

•Army: William Allen Cooke,

Neil Studley Galyer, Arthur

Higham, Frank Herbert G.

Lancaster, Brian Patrick

Pope, Sydney James Smith,

Geoffrey Edmund White,

John Joseph Williams.

•Air force: Harold Roger

Blake, John Wallace Henry,

Albert John Victor Hunt,

John Allan Horgan, John

Douglas Jacobs, Frederick

Aylward Jennings, John

Bernard Kennedy, John

Reginald Rundle, Robert

Arnold Southward, Robert

Bruce Wilson.

•Families found: Alan

Charles Davies (army),

George Nelson (air force),

Augustus Michael O’Malley

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Sumner Lifeboat

Experiencing a night-time rescue

Sumner Lifeboat crew

trainee Howard Nicholls

shares his experience of

taking part in a recent

search and rescue exercise

A RADIO message sent back

to base on a recent search and

rescue exercise called for an

immediate response.

The message: SAREX,

SAREX, the casualty has been

located on rocks at Harris Bay,

unresponsive and requiring

immediate evacuation.

There was no time to waste.

The Sumner Lifeboat crew

must be prepared to deal with

any scenario.

This exercise presented quite a

few challenges – the ‘rescue’ was

happening at night in a remote

bay with no light.

The difficulties were

compounded by a 1-2m swell

onto the rocks, and kelp in the

area that might foul the rescue

vessels.

Two vessels were tasked to the

scene: Blue Arrow Rescue, the

big twin-engine, 12.45m rescue

boat, and Southern Trust Rescue,

a powerful, two-person jet ski

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spotlights scanned the shoreline

and located the casualty, then

the Southern Trust Rescue jet ski

dropped a crew member onto the

rocks to attend the casualty and

assess the situation.

The casualty (a manikin) was

transferred from the rocks to

Blue Arrow Rescue via the jet

ski. Then a new challenge – the

casualty had ‘stopped breathing’.

Several crew members

performed CPR and had to

keep it going all the way back to

Sumner Lifeboat Station.

While the action was

happening on the water, the onshore

team had been planning

how to get the casualty off the

boat and into the care of medical

staff.

Blue Arrow Rescue came

straight onto the boat trolley and

up the ramp, where shoreside

and on-board crew worked

together to get the casualty to the

medics.

Mission accomplished.

This was followed by a debrief

on what went well and what the

areas to improve were, a quick

beer, then off home ready for

work the next morning – and

better prepared for a real nighttime

call-out.

The costs of owning and

maintaining three modern

rescue craft, and of training

and equipping about 26 crew

members, are growing yearly.

Very little funding is provided

by the Government, so the

Sumner Lifeboat Institution

needs your help – financial or ‘in

kind’ – to enable it to continue

to bring family members home

safely to their loved ones.

•Find out more at www.

sumnerlifeboat.org.nz

or write to secretary@

sumnerlifeboat.org.nz or PO

Box 17 – 515 Sumner 8081

Plan to grow farmers’ market

• By Louis Day

DIAMOND HARBOUR held its

first farmers’ market in years at

the weekend.

Edible bouquets of flowers,

beeswax wraps and organic

shortbread among other arts

and crafts were all on offer at the

Dark Star Café.

Event organiser Donna

Richardson said there were five

stalls in the first market which is

expected to grow rapidly over the

coming weeks.

“We are thinking it could be

like a combination of shabby

chic, crafts, arts and hopefully

more produce over the summer.

It hasn’t really got that much

produce yet so it’s more of a

market than a farmers’ market at

the moment.”

Vendors are not charged to sell

their goods at the event.

“The more people we have the

merrier it is. It would be great to

have something like Lyttelton has

because people that can’t make

the Saturday Lyttelton market

could come to ours.”

Mrs Richardson said the

market was the perfect platform

for people in the community to

showcase some of their talents.

“Sometimes you know

someone but you have no idea

what they are capable of. On

Sunday, we learnt that there

were a lot of creative people here

and I think there are a lot more

creative people in the area.”

Mrs Richardson said the

market would work in tandem

with Sprig next month.

“From the second week of

December we have Sprig starting

at 1pm and the market ending

at midday. People could grab

something to eat at the market

and then go and listen to some of

the music in the park.”

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• By Louis Day

SUMNER SUFFERED their

third defeat of the season in their

top-of-the-table clash with local

rivals Heathcote.

In spite of two consecutive oneday

defeats, Sumner player-coach

Dan Vann remained positive.

“We are still reasonably

confident, we have just had two

bad weeks, the last week we had

to play on a wet pitch and that

didn’t turn out too well. This

week we just dropped too many

catches and didn’t bowl straight

enough.”

Heathcote batted first at St

Leonards Park and made an

aggressive start with 72/2 after 10

overs.

Heathcote’s Matt House did

most of the damage with 113,

while several players made starts.

Sumner’s Nawid Mohamady

bowled well, but it was Jonny

Percasky (2/41) and Dan Vann

(3/55) who pulled the run rate

back to put Heathcote under

some pressure.

In spite of a resurgence from

Sumner, Heathcote still managed

to finish on an imposing 324/8.

Vann said their next training

would focus on fielding after

several dropped catches from

Sumner.

Sumner made an equally positive

start with the bat and were in a

better position than Heathcote at

the 10 over mark on 82/2.

GOT HIM: Sumner’s Jonny Percasky (middle) celebrates with

his teammates after getting a wicket in their defeat to rivals

Heathcote.

SPORTS

However, wickets fell too

regularly, meaning the large

chase became too much.

Opener and overseas player

Tom Davie (36) and Dan Vann

(30) were the main contributors

but Sumner eventually fell well

short to be all out for 163.

After what Vann described as

“another bad day at the office,” he

remains confident they can reach

the finals.

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

“The top is pretty close. If we

win the next two games, we’ll

be in the semis and more then

likely see them (Heathcote) in the

final.”

Sumner will look to bounce

back and show their early season

form when they play Lancaster

Park at the weekend and Burnside

the following week to secure

a semi-final berth.

Sumner’s Presidential team

was the only one not to play over

the long weekend as The Mighty

enjoyed a substantial win over

Riccarton and The Blues beat

Marist-Harewood.

National school for

Sumner lifeguards

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MEMBERS OF the Sumner

Surf Life Saving Club will take

part in the upcoming National

Lifeguard School.

Lifeguard Jake Simpson will

be upskilled to Surf Life Saving

New Zealand’s highest qualification,

Advanced Lifeguard

Award.

Fellow Sumner lifeguards Kate

Suter, Tom Denman and Toni

Cranko will instruct and mentor

at the school.

Twenty lifeguards from

around the country will be

learning about some of the more

difficult and demanding emergency

situations surf lifeguards

can face, including mass rescue

scenarios, helicopter operations,

search and rescue operations

and working alongside other

agencies including NZ Police,

Fire and Emergency, and St

John in complex scenarios and

technical rescues.

The school takes place from

December 7 to 9, at Fitzroy

Beach, New Plymouth, where

candidates will be taught theory

and practical skills, run through

acted scenarios, and tested physically

and mentally, to attain the

Advanced Lifeguard Award.

Surf Life Saving New Zealand

national education manager

Belinda Slement said there was

46 applications for the 20 spots

at the school, so attendees were

“the cream of the crop.”

“They’re already out there sav-

ELITE: Lifeguards during one

of the elite training exercises

at last year’s National

Lifeguard School. ​

ing lives on our beaches before

they reach this school, but going

to this level will ultimately help

their local beaches a lot safer.”

Mrs Slement said the intensive

and action-packed school gives

the volunteers the chance to try

the new skills and see how situations

might play out, with expert

instructors able to guide them

and talk them through examples

from actual rescues.

“Around the country, surf lifeguards

get faced with a varied

level of complex situations, and

these advanced lifeguards will

be skilled in how to direct their

patrol members when challenging

situations happen.’’

Last season 5200 volunteer

SLSNZ lifeguards nationally

clocked up more than 230,000

patrol hours on the beach,

carried out 1062 rescues for

people in life-threatening

situations and helped another

2375 people in potentially

dangerous situations.


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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

Create ‘n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Take your own creative

project or come and get some

inspiration. Call Beth for more

information on 022 678 1252.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Herb Hacks at Home

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December 13

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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. Cost is $15 a session or a

discounted rate for a whole term.

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hvcc.org.nz.

​Heathcote Valley Community

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friendly bunch of volunteers. The long grass around each

plant needs to be cleared to use as mulch for the dry

summer. Meet on Saturday at 9am on Colenso St, Wakefield

Ave end, next to the school netball courts to car pool up to

the site. Take clothing suitable for the weather. The site is

moderately steep, but fine for kids around eight and older.

Runs throughout November.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery,

Diamond Harbour

JP Clinic in Sumner

Saturday, 10am-noon

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

WORKING TITLE

‘Working Title’ brings together a diverse group of

artists to exhibit their unique artworks in media

ranging from salvaged timber, glass and crystal

to steel, ceramic and copper. At Little River

Gallery from November 24 to December 18.

David Lloyd - Recent works from the hammering,

banging, bending, heating and brazing.

Blanche Fryer -’Time’ has been part

of the inspiration and the loose

commonality for my pieces for

this exhibition. Moments of

time and age and seasons.

Kimberley Dodd - My fixation

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Working

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.

Kimberley Dodd

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Dave Green - His art is

about changing the

form and shape of

found, discarded or

pre-used objects

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manmade. The

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sculptures are reborn

out of pre-loved glass

and crystal and each one

is unique.

Jane Downes -OF BIRDS - Feather and nest

imagery are used to illustrate ideas of security

and development. The work is also an

exploration of form, balance and light utilising

the properties of welded steel to allude to

movement and growth.

Blanche Fryer

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Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Library

Lyttelton Rose Show

Sunday, 10.30am-1.30pm

The 92nd rose show and bazaar

will bring back many of the

favourites – flower competitions,

yummy baking, home industry

and a photography competition.

Head down to check out a portside

tradition.

Lyttelton Recreation Centre, 25

Winchester St

Kōrero Māori – Give It A Go

Monday, 7.15-8.15pm, until

December 17

Explore different aspects of Te

Reo Maori in this short, practical

course with Renee Tuhi. Sign

up at any time, sessions cost

$15 each or a discounted rate

for the whole term. Find more

information at www.hvcc.org.nz.

Heathcote Valley Community

Centre

Markets:

Sumner Market: Back for

another season with food

and craft stalls by the beach.

Open each Sunday until April,

11am–3pm, next to the Sumner

Surf Club.

Ferrymead Night Market: On

the first Saturday of each month,

5-9pm, Ferrymead Heritage

Park.

Lyttelton Farmers’ Market

and Lyttelton Craft Market:

Saturday, 10am-1pm, London

St.

Mt Pleasant Farmers’

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The New Zealand Mounted

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Mark A pleton and member

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THE ST Andrew’s Co lege big

band had extra incentive to

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Fastier, co lapsed an died the

One reply has b en received so

the owners would have to agr e

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i sue.

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THE PAPANUI-I nes

Community Board has taken the

rare step of starting a petition

to figh the city council over

funding.

Signatures are being co lected

in a bid to get funding for a community

facility in Shirley.

It comes after the city council

removed funding for the centre

pla ned for Shirley Rd, near the

intersection with Hi ls Rd. This

was the site of the former community

centre, which was badly

damaged in the February 2,

20 1, earthquake.

The removal o funding

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THE OWNERS of Sumner’s Cave

Rock Apartments ar expecting the

Earthquake Commi sion to sign-off

on a se tlement agr emen this w ek.

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,

20 1, earthquake. However, they

are waiting for EQC to sign the

agr ement.

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The apartment suffere damage

in the February and June, 20 1,

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difference betw en indemnity value,

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corporate.

The mediation agr ement

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May.

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a proved by the city counci last

w ek.

A decision to paint double yellow

lines on the stretch betw en

Summit Rd and the Sign of the

Takahe was earlier made by the

Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board.

Bu the Banks Peninsula Community

Boar decided against

ye low lines on the Summit Rd-

Governors Bay section due to the

road’s na rowne s and general

condition.

The changes are designed to try

and reduce the crash rate.

Insta lation of the double

ye low lines, the new sp ed limit

signs and raised centre line pavement

markers wi l begin in mid

April.

The work i scheduled to take

place betw en April 15-18, 2-26,

29 and May 2.

While the work is done, Dyers

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