Southern View: January 22, 2019

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2019

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These kids could save your life one day

• Matt Slaughter

THE NEXT generation of surf

lifesavers have been put through

their paces.

​A South Brighton Surf Life

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the polo?

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Saving Club programme has

been teaching 40 aspiring

lifeguards the skills they need to

keep themselves and others safe

at the beach.

The youngsters are learning

some of the skills needed to save

lives and have fun while they’re

at it.

Last week, they got the chance

to compete in board paddling

and swimming races, as well as

test their speed and agility on the

sand.

The fun isn’t over, with the

programme continuing this

week.

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Liquor store

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• By Julia Evans

A DATE has been set for the

hearing of a controversial liquor

store appeal.

Phillipstown residents and

the city council will go into

battle on April 16 against

Riccarton Liquorland, which

wants to open a new bottle store

in the shops at the intersection

of Ferry and Aldwins Rds.

There is already a liquor store

less than 50m away and 14

within 2km.

The district licensing

committee declined the

application in May. It said

another store could lead to

an increase in alcohol-related

harm in a “very vulnerable”

community.

Riccarton Liquor Ltd

is appealing the decision

on grounds the licensing

committee was biased and had

predetermined its position

before the hearing.

The city council applied

to the Alcohol Regulatory

and Licensing Authority to

have the claims struck out,

saying there was no bias or

predetermination.

However, the authority

said a strike out would be

“premature.”

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SOUTHERN VIEW

Well on the way to being chlorine-free

Helen Beaumont from the city council gives an update on how

work to upgrade the water supply wells is tracking.

More monitors for dolphins needed

A marine biologist is calling for more watch over dolphins in

the port.

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Tuesday January 22 2019 3

News

Bid to extend Halswell pool hours

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

ABOUT 500 signatures have

been collected and will be

presented to the city council

in support of extending the

Halswell community pool’s

opening hours.

City councillor Anne

Galloway is set to present the

signatures to city

council staff this

week.

The Te Hapua

Halswell Summer

Pool’s current

hours are

Anne

Galloway

Debbie

Mora

11.30am-7pm. It

opened for the

summer season on

November 17 and

will close again on

March 31.

“There is really a

strong demand for

it . . . I think it is a

shame to have this

fantastic resource

out there and that

the facility isn’t

being used to its

full potential,” Cr Galloway said.

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board member

Debbie Mora has also lodged

a request with the city council

to maximise the pool’s limited

opening hours over the summer.

Ms Mora said she would like

to see the pool open “anywhere

from 7am” over summer.

“Some people are frustrated

with the opening times . . .

anything earlier than 11.30am

is going to be appreciated,” she

said.

If Ms Mora’s request is

approved by city council

chief executive Karleen

Edwards, it will be sent back

to the community board to be

discussed at its meeting next

Tuesday.

But city council head of

recreation sports and events

Nigel Cox said the pool needs to

be open when there is enough

demand from people wanting to

swim. Figures from last summer

showed patronage was low when

the pool was open during the

early morning hours.

Last year, due to the Pioneer

Recreation and Sport Centre

being closed for maintenance,

the Te Hapua pool was open

from 6am-8pm weekdays and

7am-8pm on the weekend.

Mr Cox said the average

number of people using the

pool before 10am last year was

between 1.2-2.6. The largest

count before 10am for the whole

summer was 13 people.

In the 2016/17 financial year,

the pool recorded a deficit of

$191,000. However, Cr Galloway

said Halswell residents pay a lot

TIME TO

SWIM:

A call to

extend the

Te Hapua

Halswell

Summer

Pool’s

opening

hours has

gathered

support.

of rates and the facility should be

available for them to use when

they want to use it. She also said

many residents didn’t know the

pool was open earlier last season.

Halswell Residents’

Association secretary David

Hawke said due to the growing

population in Halswell and

Wigram, the pool may need to

be upgraded. The association

will discuss the idea of a heated

and covered pool at its meeting

on Monday.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

think the Te Hapua Halswell

Summer Pool’s opening

hours need to be extended?

Email your views to georgia.

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BOARD FUNDING

The Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community

Board’s funding pool is now

open. Applications can be

made for funding from the

youth development fund,

discretionary response fund

and off the ground fund. For

more information on the

criteria of each or to make an

application online, go to www.

ccc.govt.nz or phone 941 8999

NGA PUNA WAI OPENING

The Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub’s

official opening will be held on

March 8. The public will also

have free entry to the opening

day of the New Zealand Track

and Field Championships.

Parts of the $100 million sports

facility began to open from

July. Rugby league fields, tennis

courts, a centralised sports hub,

boulevard and two grass multipurpose

community fields will

open in stages throughout the

year.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

What it takes to remove the chlorine

With the

clock ticking

on the city

council’s

self-imposed

deadline

to end

temporary

chlorination of the

water supply within

12 months, water

supply improvement

programme manager

Helen Beaumont gives

an update on how the

work is tracking

IT HAS been a year since the city

council voted to temporarily add

chlorine to the drinking water

supply in response to advice from

the Canterbury Medical Officer

of Health.

Over the past few months we

have made significant progress

on upgrading the wells that

supply our water so that we

can get back to having an

unchlorinated water supply.

To date we have upgraded

25 per cent of our wells – by

volume of water produced – to

bring them up to a standard

that exceeds the present

requirements.

We’ve set the bar higher than

required because we anticipate

that more stringent standards

will be introduced by the

Government shortly.

Upgrading each well takes

between two and six weeks and

we can only work on a limited

number of wells at any one time

because we still to need supply

water to homes and businesses.

We have been running a water

conservation campaign asking

people to use less water so we can

continue work on the wells and

we really appreciate the efforts

people have been making.

Our data shows average water

use to date is well below the

summer averages for the past two

years. If that keeps up we should

be able to continue with the well

remediation work as planned.

By May we expect to have

completed interim upgrades on

19 below-ground wells and raised

another 41 wells above ground,

bringing the total number of

secure wells to 98.

Those wells collectively provide

more than 60 per cent of the

city’s water supply.

If we upgrade those wells

as planned, we should

have a sufficient volume of

unchlorinated water to supply

the city over the winter months

when we use about 50 per cent

less water than we do in the

summer.

However, even after doing this

work, providing chlorine-free

water to everyone in every part of

the city remains a challenge.

The water supply is delivered

through nine discrete zones.

The central zone is our biggest

water zone and supplies water to

42 per cent of the population. It

is the oldest part of the city and

where we have the most wells

that need to be raised above

ground.

There is high demand for water

relative to the available capacity

in this zone and, therefore, very

little excess capacity. This makes

it difficult to do the necessary

upgrades.

To address the challenge in

the central zone, in addition

to the interim upgrades on

below-ground wells, we are also

working to install ultra violet

treatment at the main pump

station.

The main pump station is the

biggest supplier of water to the

central zone, and we are working

with the contractor on ways that

the installation can be sped up

so water can be treated with UV

instead of chlorine at this site.

We are also looking at whether

we can transfer water across zone

boundaries.

There are technical challenges

because of the different pressure

levels in some of the zones.

However, it may be possible

for us to use some of the pump

stations on the boundaries of the

central zone to push untreated

water into that area.

In addition, we are

investigating whether we can

make use of two private wells on

the Metro Sports Facility site.

They tap into deep aquifers

and were originally drilled for a

ground-source heat pump that is

no longer required.

They may be suitable to supply

potable water to homes and

businesses in the central zone.

We are confident that seven of

the nine city supply zones will be

chlorine free by May this year.

It is likely that we will have

sufficient water from secure wells

in the Ferrymead zone, and we

are doing further modelling of

water supply options and looking

at opportunities to fast track

works in the central zone.

In the meantime, we are also

looking at how we can reduce the

amount of chlorine in the water.

At the pump stations where

the chlorine has two minutes to

react with the water and disinfect

it before it reaches the first

consumer we have been able to

halve the dose of chlorine.

We are now looking at whether

we can re-route the water at some

of the other pump stations so we

can give the chlorine a longer

time to do its job before it reaches

the first consumer.

For example, if we can send the

water around the block before

it reaches people’s homes, there

may be other pump stations

where we can also reduce the

dose.

Each pump station has

between one and six wells

supplying it. Where some wells

are remediated and some are not,

we have to chlorinate all of the

water unless we can isolate

the wells that haven’t been

remediated.

We can only do that when the

demand for water is low.

When there are periods of

low demand we aim to only use

pump stations without chlorine.

It is only when absolutely

necessary, as water demand

rises, that we bring the

chlorinated pump stations into

service.

We all want the chlorine out

of our water and we are working

hard to ensure we can have an

unchlorinated water supply as

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Threats to Lyttelton

dog owners

sparks debate

• By Louis Day

TENSIONS ARE running high in

Lyttelton after dog owners have been

left notes threatening to call dog

control on their pets.

One resident had been left two

handwritten notes on separate occasions.

One of them stating “your f*****g

dog has barked the whole afternoon.

Some people were trying to get a

nap.”

The note which was posted on community

Facebook group, “Lyttelton

– Ain’t No Place I’d Rather Be!” led to

a heated debate

between local residents.

One dog owner was astounded

when he found a printed letter on his

doorstep threatening to contact dog

control if his dogs were not kept on

his own property.

The owner said they were

disappointed that the writer of the

letter could not knock on the door

and have a conversation with him face

to face.

Several other dog owners in the

area have received similar letters and

believe they are coming from the

same person.

Residents from Hawkhurst Rd,

Reserve Tce and College Rd reported

that they had received similar notes.

Local

News

Now

Plans to

soften road

works blow

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

CLEAR SIGNAGE and revamped

car parking will be installed to

soften the blow for Riccarton

businesses facing major

roadworks outside their stores this

year.

City council staff have been

working with Riccarton Rd businesses

to come up with solutions

to lessen the impact of the upcoming

roadworks to start between

Harakeke and Matipo Sts.

The work, set to begin next

month, is not expected to be completed

until December 2020.

It comes after businesses raised

concerns over how they would

be affected, leading to a meeting

with city council staff and

the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board before Christmas.

Faster construction methods,

additional signage to indicate

businesses are open and where

available car parking is located

will actioned.

The city council will also

revamp its spaces in the shared

car park on the northern side of

Riccarton Rd between Rimu St

and Straven Rd to provide twohour

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Date set for

liquor store

appeal

•From page 1

“In particular the authority is

not confident that the argument

about bias and predetermination

can be separated from the

grounds of appeal.”

City council head of community

support, governance and

partnerships John Filsell said it

considered these grounds could

be disposed of separately from

the rest of the appeal. “There was

a lack of any evidence to support

these grounds and they would be

likely to waste time at the appeal

hearing.”

Mr Filsell said it was the first

time the city council had applied

for a strike out of an appeal

against a licensing decision.

Long-term Phillipstown resident

and advocate Wayne Hawker said

the community would see the

appeal through.

“It’s not over yet. It may be a

long, drawn out process but we’ll

be fighting this to the very end,”

he said.

More than 100 objections were

submitted to the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board when the application was

received, including from Linwood

College and the police.

Uncle Harry’s cross finds a home

Two more World

War 1 crosses which

celebrated Armistice Day

at the Sumner Redcliffs

RSA have been claimed.

Jess Gibson reports

WORLD WAR 1 memorials

honour him as Lieutenant Harry

Marshall Wright. To his family

more than 100 years on, he

remains Uncle Harry.

Lieutenant Wright enlisted as

a volunteer in 1912 and climbed

the ranks before the war broke

out in 1914.

He was living in Sumner

when he left for Gallipoli to

fight in the battle of Chunuk

Bair. The last memory his family

has of Lieutenant Wright was

a piggyback ride given to his

younger brother before he drove

away for the last time.

He embarked from Wellington

on April 17, 1915, but was killed

in action in Turkey several

months later on August 7, aged

24.

City council heritage

adviser Gareth Wright said

the death of his great uncle

impacted on the family in a

major way. ​

“I recall my grandfather would

get quite teary when he talked

FOND MEMORIES:

Lieutenant Harry Marshall

Wright was last seen by

his family in 1914, giving his

younger brother a piggyback

ride.

about his older brother,” said

Gareth.

Lieutenant Wright’s name

appears on a number of

memorials around Christchurch.

“He’s on the memorial at the

community centre in Sumner.

He went to Christchurch Boys’

High, so his name is on the

memorial there, and because the

family was living in Hororata at

the time he was killed, he’s on

the Hororata memorial also,”

said Gareth.

He said his trip to Gallipoli to

visit the New Zealand

memorial at Chunuk

Bair, where his great

uncle’s name was

engraved, was “quite

emotional.’’

Gareth said

Lieutenant Wright’s

ceremonial sword

hangs on the wall at

his father’s house.

At his own home

in Addington, his

photo and some of his

medals are displayed.

Now one of 21 crosses held

by the Sumner Redcliffs RSA,

which were displayed in the

Armistice Day commemorations

to remember Sumner’s fallen

soldiers, will be added to

Gareth’s memorabilia.

Gareth got in touch with RSA

president Pat Boland after he

saw an article in Bay Harbour

News asking descendants to take

their cross.

Gareth said he is happy for the

opportunity to collect the cross.

“I’m very keen on my family

Gareth Wright

history,” he said. He plans to

either keep the cross or give it to

his father, who can hang it next

to his brother’s sword.

A significant part of the

Wright family history is that,

like Gareth now, Lieutenant

Wright was part of the

city council.

Before he was

enlisted, Lieutenant

Wright was a clerk

in the treasury

department of the

city council. His

father Sidney Wright

was a clerk at the

Selwyn District

Council.

“It’s a small world,”

said Gareth.

Mrs Boland is

meeting

with the RSA committee

this week to arrange a ceremony

for the collection of the crosses.

“We’re very delighted and

honoured to be able to do

that . . . we’re sure that the

crosses will find a good home

with their families,” said Mrs

Boland.

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touch with Sumner Redcliffs

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STUCK IN: New Brighton’s Eli Robertson charges out of the water after a drill.

Learning to save lives

•From page 1

Club president Rohan

McNaughton said the

programme was a great way to

scout out new talent.

“They’re learning how to use

the beach in a safe way, which in

a community that’s this close to

the beach is quite important,” Mr

McNaughton said.

He said the programme aims to

teach the pupils the skills needed

to be both good lifeguards and

good people.

The best lifeguards from

the programme will now be

encouraged to take up afterschool

surf lifesaving lessons to

further their skills and one day

maybe become senior lifeguards,

he said.

Big turnout expected

for Hagley Park polo

• By Louis Day

TICKETS ARE selling fast for

the Armstrong Prestige Hagley

Park Polo Classic on Sunday.

Director Jimmy Wood said

he hoped the event would

receive the same support as

last year.

“THe crowds last year gave us

goosebumps, we hope they all

return this year. You don’t need

to play or even ride a horse to

enjoy the day – it’s about being

with friends and enjoying the

beautiful surroundings.”

THere will be a champagne

lawn which will feature oysters

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Hagley Park

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and bubbles provided by Louis

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fast, there are also only two VIP

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THe gates will open at 11.30am

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third and fourth place will begin

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Family team Waireka, which

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Call for more dolphin monitors in port

• By Louis Day

A MARINE biologist has

criticised the Lyttelton Port

Company’s use of a single

observer to monitor Hector’s

dolphins in the harbour.

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berth.

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majority of dolphins are likely

to be undetected by a single

observer.

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fraction of the dolphins that are

out there.”

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cause a lot of dolphins to be

vulnerable to hearing loss.

“They use sound for everything

– that’s why people often say a

deaf dolphin is a dead dolphin.”

Prof Slooten said the size of the

safety zone also makes it difficult

to detect the dolphins.

“The probability of detecting

Hector’s dolphins drops quite

significantly with distance,” she

said.

“At about 100m you only

see about 60 per cent (of the

dolphins), and about 200m you

only see a third, and at 400m you

would only see about 14 per cent

of the dolphins.”

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manager Phil De Joux said he is

confident its current plan will

mitigate the impacts of piling on

the dolphins.

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Now

Jake Bailey takes on a new challenge

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Sophie Cornish

AS A CHILD Jake Bailey was not

the sporting type.

But at 21-years-old, he is taking

on the Coast to Coast next

month.

The cancer survivor made

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Now living on the Gold Coast,

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What Cancer Taught Me and

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his cancer journey.

He will return to Christchurch

INSPIRATIONAL: Jake Bailey will be competing in the Coast to Coast after beating cancer.

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of taking part.”

Mr Bailey’s close call with

death has serve as his motivation

for getting into endurance sport.

“In both a practical sense,

because it minimises my risk of

relapse and makes sure my body

is fit and in an emotional, mental

and personal sense.”

He said he’s developed an

“obsession” in learning what his

body is capable of.

“Going through cancer

treatment and seeing what my

body could withstand, I have

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the body can do and putting

mind over matter and having

mental strength. That’s why

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it’s a battle between your head

and your body to push yourself.”

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Mr Bailey has completed

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which came as a shock to him

as he could not swim more than

25m a year ago.

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“But I really enjoyed them.”

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HE HELPED create one of the

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Fire rages, homes at risk

in the current market and to

complement rather than compete

with other facilities in the area,”

Mr Bond said.

“In fact, this site is so well

suited to being a driving range,

it’s what used to be there.”

The Ascot golf course and

driving range was closed after

suffering significant damage

in the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

The building was demolished

in 2012.

“We understand that the site

was impacted by liquefaction in

the 2010/2011 earthquakes, but

initial Geotech advice indicates

that with the appropriate

foundations, this site would still

be suitable for building on,” he

said.

City council head of recreation,

sports and events Nigel Cox said

staff had met with Mr Bond over

his proposal three times last year.

“The draft QE II Park Master

Plan that was consulted on in

2018 did not include allocation

of space for commercial

development,” he said.

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Tuesday January 22 2019

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Perfect camping trip at South Brighton

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Slaughter

A FAMILY with a long history

of holidaying at South Brighton

was back this year for the camp’s

busiest season.

Camper Scott Rushton said he

had been spending the festive

season at the South Brighton

Holiday Park since 1998, as it had

been one of his mum’s favourite

spots.

It had since become a favourite

for his family and he said it was

great to see the park full with

campers after an uncertain

couple of years.

Mr Rushton continued to camp

at the park after the earthquakes

left it with limited facilities

because he wanted to show his

support in difficult times.

Park owner Sam Hawkins said

when he and his wife Jacquie

bought the park in 2017 they

were faced with a huge job to fix

damage from the earthquakes.

But the repairs have been made

and after a quiet couple of years,

Mr Hawkins said the number of

campers at the park had doubled

this season compared to the

last Christmas and New Year’s

period.

“We had to close the park three

times over new year because it

was at capacity.”

Though Mr Rushton and his

LOYAL: Scott Rushton and his family (above) spent the festive

season at South Brighton Holiday Park, owned by Sam and

Jacquie Hawkins (right), when it reached capacity.

family enjoyed camping at the

park for many years, he said the

mood had been extra special

during this stay.

“They’ve brought back what

was originally so good about the

place. It’s a place to camp up and

meet people and have barbecues.”

“Its a hidden little gem, which

I don’t want to give away too

much, really.”

Mr Rushton, his wife Sarah and

their four children Olivia, Lucas,

Fleur and Maddison travelled

from Leeston and stayed in a tent

at the park over the holidays.

He said it had all the

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“The kids loved it. We were

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The weather was great as well.”

Mr Rushton said the holiday

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road and it’s so sheltered that it

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continuing education

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Tuesday January 22 2019 19

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SOUTHERN VIEW

If you want more information about an item or to contact a

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REAL ESTATE

SOUTHERN VIEW

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SOUTHERN VIEW

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