Bay Harbour: January 30, 2019

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• By Louis Day

TENDERS WILL be called

for this week to repair

the earthquake-damaged

Scarborough Clock Tower.

The city council wants to

appoint one contractor to

undertake the repairs of the

Scarborough and New Brighton

clock towers.

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge was confident

its repair strategy would save

ratepayers’ money by having

one contractor handle both

towers.

“We believe the cost for

keeping the scaffold up is

minor, considering the cost

efficiencies in packaging both

projects together. The tenderers

also require the scaffold to be

up to fully inspect the structure

and damage so that they can

price their tender.”

Repairs are yet to start in

spite of the scaffolding being in

place since February last year.

The scaffolding is also costing

ratepayers $1500 per month.

Once a contractor has been

secured, repairs are expected to

take six months to complete.

•Turn to page 7

TICKING: The scaffolding around the

Scarborough Clock Tower is costing

ratepayers $1500 a month but work to

repair the tower has still not started.

Stink in

Akaroa

over

dog poo

• By Louis Day

ANGRY AKAROA residents are

saying their town has a dog poo

problem.

Accusations ranged from

owners watching their dogs’

poo on other peoples’ lawns to

allowing their dogs to roam free

and poo wherever they please.

One resident grew so

frustrated with a dog pooing on

their lawn that they collected the

droppings into a large bag before

redistributing them on to the

owner’s lawn. The resident said

they have not found dog poo on

their lawn since.

The issue erupted on the

Akaroa Buy and Sell page after a

resident on Seaview Rd posted a

photo of a dog dropping that was

left on their back doorstep.

The disgruntled resident told

Bay Harbour News they had

found dog poo on their back

doorstep three times in the last

week.

“I actually saw the tail end of

the dog and I tried to catch it.

It just jumps over my fence and

gate.”

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SOME THINGS take time.

Repairing the Scarborough Clock Tower

is a case in point (see page 1).

But finally, the timeline for its repair has

taken another click forward.

Tenders are about to be called for its

repair. The plan is to engage the same contractor to do both the

Scarborough and New Brighton clock towers (which also needs

fixing).

The city council says this will save ratepayers’ money. It is

hard to argue with that, but repairing the Scarborough Clock

Tower has been a longtime coming.

At the end of the day, there is only so much money in the

council coffers, and only so many contractors, so to be fair

everything damaged by the quakes can’t be done at once.

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Fed up with campers’ rubbish

Diamond Harbour residents are calling for tighter freedom

camping restrictions at Stoddart Point Reserve.

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Wednesday January 30 2019

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Visiting teens likely troublemakers

• By Louis Day

VISITING teenagers may have

been the troublemakers at the

Sumner skate ramp over the

holidays.

Residents have posted on the

Sumner Community Facebook

group, angry at some of the behaviour

at the Nayland St skate

ramp.

One woman said she was

abused by a group of teenagers

believed to be about 14, before

they threatened to run the

woman and her three-year-old

son over with their skateboards.

Another

woman said

she had objects

thrown at

her car on a

few occasions

when driving

her children

Franco Lovrich

home at night.

Both women

did not wish to

speak to the Bay Harbour News.

Red Snapper fish ’n’ chip

shop owner Adam Jenkins was

convinced the teenagers causing

trouble were visitors.

“There was a bunch of riff-raff

out here that day, they came in

here and got lunch, not kids I

have seen before.”

Mr Jenkins said the teenagers

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were smoking, drinking and

fighting amongst themselves

throughout the day.

There have also been issues

with skateboarders causing

problems and littering at the

Sumner Centre, across the road

from the ramp. One group had

been told to leave the centre.

Sergeant Franco Lovrich said

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ISSUES: Visiting teenagers are suspected to be behind the incidents at the Sumner skate

ramp

police were not aware of the

incidents.

“The issue with Facebook is

that we don’t monitor social

media sites, it is imperative

people report directly to us.

That way we can get an accurate

judgement of offences as they

occur and from there we can

prioritise resources.”

•A ceremony where

Crown land will be handed

over to city council for the

construction of the new

skate park on the Nayland

St site will take place on

Friday. Greater Christchurch

Regeneration Minister

Megan Woods will speak at

the ceremony.

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The safe stolen from the Lyttelton

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has been found. Police found it

in the Tai Tapu area along with

a canvas bag that the club used

to store money in. The safe was

completely empty and had been

burnt and painted black. Club

manager Trudi Marshall did

not wish to disclose how much

was stolen but said there was a

considerable amount inside.

REBUILD BEGINS

A rebuild has started at BP

Redcliffs petrol station. The last

of its fuel was sold last week.

The rebuild is expected to be

completed by the end of May. The

workshop, which has been closed

over the Christmas holidays, will

not reopen until the rebuild has

been completed.

GRASS WARNING

Firefighters are advising residents

to trim the grass surrounding

their house to protect themselves

from possible vegetation fires.

Lyttelton Volunteer Fire brigade

Chief Officer Mark Buckley

said it was important people did

everything they could to protect

their homes during the summer.

Mr Buckley said he had noticed

long grass surrounding houses

on Somes Rd, Foster Tce and

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Wednesday January 30 2019

News

• By Louis Day

SUMNER beachgoers have been

warned to stay clear of the rip

between Cave Rock and Mariner

St after two American tourists

had to be rescued.

Fifteen-year-old Lui Arnold

said he was surfing with a friend

when he heard screams for help.

“I started paddling towards

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the sound, I had to paddle probably

500m. When I got closer to

them, I could kind of see their

heads bobbing in and out of the

water.”

Lui said he and another surfer

paddled to the swimmers,

gave them their boards and

tried to help them get out of the

rip.

Learn to Surf owner Aaron

Lock was in-between surf lessons

when he heard the screams

for help.

“By the time my other instructor

Oliver and I had got out

there, Lui and this other surfer

had given them their boards,

but their boards were too

small so we got them on to our

longboards and paddled them

ashore.”

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Tourists rescued from Sumner beach rip

Fire rages, homes at risk

Mr Lock said the two tourists

were lucky to be alive.

“They were in serious trouble,

they were starting to take in a lot

of water.”

Mr Lock advised people to

stick to the patrolled beaches.

“The main message here is to

not swim in that area between

Cave Rock and the Mariner St

toilets.”

Controversy grows over Akaroa toilets

PAGE 5

• By Louis Day

AKAROA residents are

convinced that more toilets on

the waterfront are not the answer

in dealing with increasing cruise

ship numbers.

City council staff have submitted

a resource consent application

for temporary toilets on the

Britomart Reserve.

The toilets have been seen as

necessary by city council as it is

estimated that cruise ship passengers

will increase in Akaroa

from last year’s amount of

285,800.

Last year the Bay Harbour

News reported that cruise ship

passengers were flooding into

local businesses due to a lack of

facilities in the area. Owner of

the Akaroa Ciné

Café David Hamilton said 50

to 60 tourists on average would

use his toilets in a day, with the

majority of them not actually

buying anything.

However, Akaroa Civic Trust

chairman Mike Norris said more

toilets were not the answer in

easing the effects of congestion

in Akaroa.

“They need to do a bit more

thinking about how this town

looks, they can’t just keep adding

more and more toilets to what is

actually a pretty little reserve.”

Mr Norris suggested the

Gaiety Hall toilet block should

be opened up to accommodate

cruise ship passengers.

However, Banks Peninsula

Community Board chairwoman

Pam Richardson said that was

not possible.

“It’s a very tough one, we

looked at whether we could

open the Gaiety toilet block,

but the reply from city council

was no, this is a heritage building.”

Banks Peninsula city

councillor and Deputy Mayor

Andrew Turner said it was

important to cater for both

tourists and Akaroa residents.

“We need to be having a

wider-ranging conversation

at whether we need to be

looking at the number of

visitors rather than the

infrastructure.”

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Wednesday January 30 2019

News

• By Louis Day

ABOUT 200 trees have been

removed at Okains Bay camping

ground.

The city council removed

trees from the area as part of

their Reserve Landscape Plan

last June.

Additional trees on the western

side of the camping ground

also had to be removed ​due to

damage caused by salt water

inundation in last year’s king

tides.

But the felling of the pine, gum

and macrocarpa trees has left

some campers “heartbroken”.

One camper who had been

going to the camping ground

for more than 40 years said they

were “heartbroken” when they

returned to the area over the

holidays.

“It’s taken away a lot of

natural shelter, it looks terrible,

they have left a lot of the trees

just lying around. They have left

some of the stumps of up to 1m

just sticking out of the ground

in some places.”

The camper said the removal

of the trees had left campers

exposed to the sun and wind.

“Trees that have been killed

by the seawater in high tide

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SCARRED: Left – The city council’s removal of trees at Okains Bay camping ground has left

campers heartbroken. Right – The area as it was before the trees were felled.

Campers ‘heartbroken’

over loss of trees

haven’t been removed, yet all of

these other ones have.”

Head of recreation, sports and

events Nigel Cox said they were

working to replace some of the

trees which had been felled.

“A community planting day

was held in September. A large

number of native trees were

planted into newly-established

raised gardens. More planting

in line with the Reserve Landscape

Plan will be completed

this coming year.”

Mr Cox said an arborist

would be cutting down the

remaining trees damaged by

seawater this week.

•From page 1

Sumner resident of 40 years

Sam Bradley was frustrated by

the lack of progress that has been

made on the tower.

“I’m the manager for a building

company and if we ran our

company like that we wouldn’t

have one to run anymore.”

Mr Bradley was also

•From page 1

The Akaroa resident said the

owner of the dog lets it roam the

streets without a leash, allowing

the dog to poo wherever it

pleases.

“I would just like the dog to be

kept under control, I keep my dog

under control.”

City council general manager

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could receive a fine of $300.

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compliance, and if unsuccessful

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Tenders being called

for this week

to repair clock tower

disappointed to see the

scaffolding being used by vandals

to deface the clock tower.

“It’s really upsetting,

especially when it is the council

that is giving people the

opportunity to deface it. It’s

obviously a bit of an icon for

Sumner and to see it like that is a

bit of an eyesore.”

Stink over Akaroa dog poo

the owners can incur a $300

infringement notice.”

Akaroa resident Denise

Langrope said she once had a

problem with a corgi pooing

by her letterbox on a regular

basis.

Mrs Langrope said the dog

stopped after she sprayed the area

with disinfectant.

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Your Local Views

Readers respond to a Bay

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of several dog owners in

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Kaye Le Fleur – What’s

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a few dogs and if I received a note

like that I would

take responsibility

and make sure my

dog was not left

alone and getting

bored, I would

make sure the dog

would not be able to

wander, and be very

happy that someone

had taken the time

to notify me before notifying the

authorities. Nothing worse than

repeated barking dogs, dog poo

and wandering dogs. Just be a

responsible owner, simple.

Philip Baker – If the dog is

out roaming then fair enough.

Jade Mulcahy – Brilliant

idea. Most dog owners think

their dog is lovely and think

everyone else does too – wrong.

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Daddy Cool frontman comes back

ROCK ‘N’ ROLL: Australian singer Ross Wilson will perform at

Selwyn Sounds 2019.

• By Anan Zaki

THE FRONTMAN of a former

band famous for its song Eagle

Rock is coming back to the New

Zealand for the first time in

more than 30 years.

Ross Wilson was the lead

singer of the group Daddy Cool

and he will play solo at Selwyn

Sounds on March 2.

It’s also the first time that the

71-year-old Australian will perform

solo in New Zealand.

“I’m happy to be coming

back. I’m sorry it took so long,”

Wilson said.

When he last performed in

the country in the 1980s, it was

as the lead singer with Daddy

Cool.

“[They] were quite big in New

Zealand, we played there three

times,” Wilson said.

“But for some reason I hadn’t

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I’m looking forward to it.”

Unfortunately for Daddy Cool

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Daddy Cool’s last performance

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“Just in support of him because

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He last visited Christchurch

a year before the February 22,

2011, earthquake.

“I played on a little cruise

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said.

“Because I was so upset about

the earthquake, having just

Jon Stevens

Leo Sayer

been there [a year before], I feel

like I have a connection.”

Wilson will land in Christchurch

the day before the March 2

Selwyn Sounds. He hopes to get

a chance to explore the city and

its surrounds while here.

“I’m not sure how long we’re going

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SPORTS

Sumner finish tough

T20 season with win

GAME

TIME:

Boundary

Runners

Cup finalists

Macklan

Robertson,

Annemarie

Loughnan,

Jane

Macklan

and Phil

Loughnan.

Get involved with

the Sumner Tennis

and Squash Club

Sumner Tennis

and Squash

Club president

Phil Loughnan

reports on the

club’s busy

start to the

year

THE CLUB has had a busy

beginning to the new year.

The warm summer weather

has brought members and their

visitors to the club to play tennis

and enjoy the lovely playing

conditions.

With the lure of the new

facilities, there has been a

number of new members joining

and getting involved in the club

events.

Every Saturday at 2pm is

club day, where members

and prospective members are

welcome to join us for some

social tennis.

A duty person will organise

games so that players are of a

similar standard, which makes

the games fun. We play men’s,

women’s and mixed doubles.

Over the weekend, the

16 neighbours who share a

boundary with the club (and are

all members of the club) played

for the inaugural Boundary

Runners Cup. A good number of

family and friends turned up to

watch the event.

It was a closely fought

competition with the final

played between Jane and

Macklan Robertson and Phil

and Annemarie Loughnan.

With the club’s three

refurbished squash courts

and beautiful new clubhouse,

the club has been asked by

Squash Canterbury to host

the Canterbury masters

championships and Canterbury

under-23 championships this

year. It will be a great honour to

host these events.

This year the club is aiming

to grow its squash membership

by encouraging new squash

players to join with a discounted

membership for two years.

We are hoping to get several

more men’s and women’s squash

inter-club teams made up from

not just Sumner but also from

the surrounding hill suburbs

and harbour areas.

•Visit the club’s website

at sumnertennisandsquash.

co.nz if you need

information about

membership

Sumner

Cricket Club

captain Dan

Vann gives

a run down

on how his

side went in

their home

twenty20 matches on

Saturday

THE SUMNER first team

played their last twenty20

double-header round for the

season at home.

Taking on the unbeaten

Merivale-Papanui side, Sumner

lost the toss and were asked

to bowl on a typically flat St

Leonards pitch.

The match got off to a very

even start, with Sumner

picking up an early wicket

and containing Merivale’s top

order, but with wickets in hand,

Merivale were in a good position

to launch.

Taking the pace off the ball

was vital and Sumner spinner

Jonny Percasky (2-35) and

Anton Smail (3-16) were the key

bowlers. Merivale finished on

a respectable but very chasable

146/6.

In reply, Sumner stumbled

early, losing three early

wickets, and had to rebuild at

59/3. Michael Newton-Vesty

continued his early season form

with a well-compiled 43.

Some good striking from Brett

Taylor brought the momentum

back for Sumner, but when he

fell for 24 at 120/6, the game

was in the balance with Sumner

needing about eight runs an

over.

A couple more wickets fell but

Dean Smith and Jonny Percasky

were able to guide Sumner home

in the last over to get the win.

In the second match, Sumner

again lost the toss and were

unsurprisingly asked to bowl by

Burnside. They bounced back

from a loss in the morning and

knowing they were out of the

finals, Burnside played with

freedom and it came off as they

made a formidable 183/9. Jonny

Percasky was the pick of the

HIT THAT: Sumner spin bowler Jonny Percasky lets fly during

the clash with Merivale-Papanui.

bowlers with 2-14 from four

overs. In reply, Sumner were

positive and many batsmen

made starts, but unfortunately

no one made a big score and, as

a result, Sumner fell short by 29

runs.

The twenty20 campaign has

been very disappointing with

many close games in which

Sumner have just lost the

important moments. And the

close ones did not go Sumner’s

way in spite of often being in

control.

Sumner now moves on to the

two-day competition, which we

have done very well in, so we will

look to continue this.

•Check out Des Lyons

Day at the Sumner Cricket

Club from 9am on Sunday.

The fundraising event will

include a juniors match

and a social match with

the Sumner Rugby Club

taking on an invitational XI.

The Presidents XI will then

take on the Club Captains

XI, which will include two

Canterbury Magicians – Nat

Cox and Erin Bermingham.

There will be fun activities

for the family like bouncy

castles, inflatable cricket

nets, a catching mat, coffee

carts and music. For more

information, visit https://

sumnercricketclub.com/

deslyonsmemorialday/

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legend.

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Your Local Views

Community asked to support

Collett’s Corner development

Port Hills MP

Ruth Dyson

is excited

to see the

development

in her

electorate,

particularly

the community-funded

Collett’s Corner project

HAPPY New Year to all

Bay Harbour News readers and

I trust that 2019 will be good

for you and your family.

Our post-quake communities

have seen a fabulous increase in

boldness and innovation – as

well as the restoration of a sense

of place and belonging. It is

wonderful to be part of and to

watch.

One of the most exciting is

the development of Collett’s

Corner in Lyttelton and, over

the coming weeks, this project

is moving to the next step. The

project is being led by Camia

Young, an architect and activator

who bought the property in

2013 and has been engaging

with our community about its

development since that time.

The development will

be New Zealand’s first

community-funded commercial

development. It will be operated

on a shared equity basis, with

anyone who wants to contribute

a minimum of $100 able to buy

into the action (literally).

The first ‘next step’ is the

equity crowd-funding campaign

opening for Harbour Basin

workers and residents and this

will be followed a week later with

a public extension. And this is

how the necessary funds will be

raised.

The aim is to start

construction of the facility

by spring this year and the

completed facility would open in

late 2020 (that’s just next year).

Turning the gaping missing

DESIGNS:

When

finished, the

planned

Collett’s

Corner

development

would be

a 2300m 2

mixed-use

building in

Lyttelton.

tooth in the smile of London

St into a thriving commercial

centre is going to be fantastic

for Lyttelton residents and

businesses, and the challenging

and innovative ‘crowd-funding’

will make the rest of New

Zealand – and indeed the world

– look at Lyttelton and say wow.

It has been a way of drawing

people into an exciting vision

and conversation, and even

though the concept is new in

our country, we know that New

Zealanders have always been

up for looking at better ways of

doing things.

There are few more ‘stand out’

ways than this venture.

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The Little River Railway

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It will arrive on February 14.

The $8500 locomotive will

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Christchurch Garden Railway

Group president and Little River

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Wilson, was confident the

locomotive would be popular.

“The idea is to create that

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The locomotive was

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Mr Wilson said once the

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Stories In The Sun

Today, 10.30-11.30am

Enjoy reading summer stories

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Encouraging learning through

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stories, songs, rhymes and play.

This is a free drop-in session.

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3D Printing Demo

Thursday, 10.30-11.30am

Go and have a look at

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Summer Paper Craft

Friday, 11am-noon

Get creative with simple

and fun summer paper crafts.

Materials will be provided

and instruction sheets will be

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JP Clinic

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If you need help using your

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are limited. There are still some

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