Bay Harbour: February 13, 2019

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• By Louis Day

TAGGING IN Lyttelton is the

worst it’s been in 20 years – and

locals want something done

about it.

Their frustration has been

growing since the timeball

station was vandalised earlier this

month, adding to the growing list

of buildings and signs tagged in

the area.

Lyttelton Community

Association chairman Ken

Maynard said the current wave of

vandalism in the area is the worst

he has seen in 20 years of living

there.

“It seems to be getting worse.

The offensive ones like the

timeball are over the quality

street art where the taggers have

felt the need to make their own

contribution.”

Mr Maynard believes tagging

in the area has been getting

progressively worse since the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

“The increase of derelict

buildings, which I think are more

susceptible to tagging than live

ones, have provided taggers with

VANDALISED: Ken Maynard beside the Eruption Brewing building in Lyttelton.

a window of opportunity.”

Mr Maynard said the police

could only do so much to track

down taggers and it was the

responsibility of the taggers’

parents or guardians to prevent

it from happening. Sergeant

Franco Lovrich said police need

the public’s help to identify the

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

perpetrators of what he described

as “mindless vandalism.”

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SCHOOL HOLIDAYS and warm weather.

It’s a terrible combination that can often

lead to outbreaks of graffiti.

Why? Because teenagers – who predominately

are the taggers – are out and about

late at night during the school holidays. And when it’s dry and

warm they’re outside.

On page 1 today we reveal Lyttelton has been gripped in its

worse spate of tagging for 20 years.

That’s a shame. Lyttelton needs all of the help it can get to

bring back that sparkle.

Good things are happening. There’s some interesting murals

and the timeball has been restored.

But they too have become the target of taggers.

We recall the passing of David Cox on page 5. David was a

great servant for the community.

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Complaints over pathway bottleneck

• By Louis Day

CONSTRUCTION of the

Christchurch Yacht Club’s new

boat shed has created a choke

point on the coastal pathway.

The $1.3 million boat shed

will have a deck which will add

4m of width to the pathway,

eliminating the

choke point.

However,

Christchurch

Yacht Club boat

shed project

manager Frank

Sara

Templeton

Coppens said

the deck would

not be ready

until June or July.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member and

city councillor Sara Templeton

said a temporary solution is being

looked at.

Redcliffs Residents’

Association secretary Pat

McIntosh said the current state

of the path was disgraceful and

something needed to be done

before June.

“We have had a number of

complaints from residents

about the condition of the path,

especially affected being the elderly

and those with infants and

children. There is no access for

the disabled to Sumner without

using a car,” she said.

Pedestrians have been forced

to walk on the shore side of the

road due to the pathway on the

other side of the road being

closed after the 2011 earthquakes.

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NARROW: Pedestrians on the coastal pathway negotiate the choke point at the construction

site of the new Christchurch Yacht Club boat shed.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

This section of the coastal

pathway has been a source of

danger in the past with a pedestrian

being struck by a drink

driver in 2016.

Cr Templeton hoped a temporary

solution could be put in

place.

“I have asked for city council

staff to meet with the CYC again

in the next week to come up

with a temporary solution to the

narrowness of the path while

the platform and permanent

pathway are being built,” she

said.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

HOUSE FIRE

Twelve firefighters were called to

a house fire in Sumner which is

believed to have started from an

electrical extension cord. Sumner

Volunteer Fire Brigade said it was

called to Taylors Mistake Rd at

4pm on Friday. Mr Sayer said the

fire which spread from the deck

to the corner of the building took

30min to extinguish. The house

was vacant at the time of the fire

and nobody was hurt.

WALKWAY FEEDBACK

The Orton Bradley Park to

Charteris Bay section of the

Head to Head walkway project

is currently open for public

consultation. The city council

is seeking feedback on route

options between Orton Bradley

Park and Charteris Bay Yacht

Club. Public consultation will

close on February 7.

ANTIQUE COINS

Lyttelton police want the owner

of three antique coins to claim

them. They were found by an

eight-year-old on College Rd and

handed into police on January

28. Sergeant Franco Lovrich said

one of the coins was found to be

of significant value after it had

been looked at by an expert. The

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• By Louis Day

THE DARK Star Cafe may reduce

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Co-owner of the cafe Martin

Henderson previously told the Bay

Harbour News they would be closing

in March.

However, after the petition to extend

the statutory building approval

of the Godley House site received

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•From page 1

“If anyone could identify

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I HOPE everyone enjoyed

their Waitangi Day break –

our only truly national holiday.

That is until we all realise that

a national holiday in winter –

like, say, for Matariki – would

actually be quite nice.

I’ve lost my mouse. My

computer mouse that is.

Well, I say ‘I lost it’, but

really someone small and

cute found it, took it, and

put it somewhere safe. Or

under something. Or behind

something. Or in something.

I mean, she can’t eat it, I

don’t think. Turn your back

to Vittoria’s actions and she’ll

get up to some sort of mischief

without fail. Age and stage,

right? Either way, it’s made

writing this slightly difficult. I

use a laptop and am the kind

of person who can accidently

wipe his computer by touching

that bloody mouse pad. Just

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it for now.

That’s one way to remind me

to be on my toes as to things

around Vittoria. Considering

her mischief abilities, I’m

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She’ll grow out of it eventually,

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her ‘no’ about. If you catch her

“borrowing” something, she

generally giggles, tries to hide

it behind herself and then runs

off. Sometimes too fast and she

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Or immediately sadder.

GUILTY: Vittoria caught in the act of mischief.

She is so adorable that it’s enjoyed herself, I could tell

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Suspected drink drivers

prompt call from police

• By Louis Day

DON’T USE Facebook to

report crime. Contact the

police.

That is the plea

from Sergeant

Franco Lovrich

after details about

two suspected

drink drivers were

posted on the

Diamond Harbour

Facebook page.

Resident Lorraine

Heaton-

Caffin posted on Facebook

after her children saw two

4x4 vehicles being driven

up the rock wall at the

Diamond Harbour wharf

car park.

Her children believed

the drivers were drunk.

Mrs Heaton-Caffin told

Franco Lovrich

the Bay Harbour News

she did not think she had

enough evidence to report

the incident to the police.

But Sergeant Lovrich

said people should

report this kind of

incident to police

so they could be

the best judge.

“That’s the frustrating

thing, people

see something

and they start gossiping

about it on

Facebook instead

of reporting it to us. By

reporting directly to us we

can get an accurate judgement

of offences as they

occur and from there we

can prioritise resources,”

he said.

Mrs Heaton-Caffin said

she posted about the incident

on Facebook to see if

anyone else saw anything.

“My children told me

they were driving their

cars right up against

the side of the car park

which made the rocks fall

down on to the car park.

They said both kids were

drunk,” she said.

Another resident said

on the Facebook page they

saw the suspected drink

drivers leaving the car

park in “an awful manner.”

Sergeant Lovrich refused

to comment on speculation

made over social

media but condemned

drink driving as a serious

offence.

“If you are going to

drink find a sober driver

to get you home.”

Call for end to double cruise ship days

• By Louis Day

AKAROA residents are

calling for an end to

double cruise ship days

after 6568 cruise ship

passengers and staff

docked in the town last

Thursday.

This was the largest

cruise ship day since the

start of December when

7060 people arrived.

Akaroa also had to

accommodate 4312 cruise

ship passengers and staff

on Monday when they had

a triple cruise ship day.

Akaroa Civic Trust

secretary Rosie Davidson

said the town was bursting

at the seams during the

recent double cruise ship

visit.

“When you have a

population of 640 people

and you have a good 6000

people landing on your

doorstep it is just chaos,”

she said.

Mrs Davidson said

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with tour buses and the

wharf was “heaving with

humanity.”

One local business

owner who wished to remain

anonymous told the

Bay Harbour News during

TOURS: Buses line Beach Rd.

BURSTING: More than 6000 cruise ship

passengers and staff visited Akaroa last Thursday.

the double cruise ship visit

in December, they had

tourists break into their

private toilets.

“This Australian passenger

had used our toilet in

spite of me telling him to

use the public bathrooms

across the road and had

left mud all throughout

the bathroom.”

Deputy Mayor and

Banks Peninsula

councillor Andrew Turner

said discussions were

ongoing to reduce double

cruise ship visits in future

seasons.

“My understanding

from relevant management

at Christchurch NZ

is that progress has been

made in reducing double

cruise ship days in the

future.”

Cr Turner said

Akaroa did not have the

infrastructure to cope

with 6568 cruise ship

passengers and staff at a

time.

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the passengers, they don’t

work for the businesses

and they don’t work for

the community, they are

just not an ideal situation.”

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Bid for fine wine store in Redcliffs

• By Louis Day

REDCLIFFS MAY get a fine

wine and spirits store on Main

Rd.

The company behind the bid is

national chain Thirsty Liquor.

Thirsty Liquor wants to set-up

the store in the

Bloom Room

Florist building.

But the new

outlet will not

have the Thirsty

Liquor branding

and will be

called “Redcliffs

Darrell Fine Wine and

Latham Spirits.”

The application will be heard

by the District Licensing Committee

where the licensing inspector,

police, medical officers

of health and objectors will have

the opportunity to present their

case.

The store has applied to open

seven days a week from 9am

to 10pm. Public submissions

regarding the application close

on February 21.

Redcliffs Residents’ Association

secretary Pat McIntosh said

they would not be lodging an

objection.

“We have had a fair amount

CHANGE OF SCENERY: A fine wine store may occupy the Bloom Room Florist building on

Main Rd.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

of feedback from people, many

were supportive of it and some

were concerned but as an association,

we did not think we

should take a stand collectively,”

she said.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham said the board

would happily support any

residents who objected to the

liquor outlet.

“It is critically important that

members of the Redcliffs community

take the opportunity to

have their voices heard on the

application for a new Thirsty

Liquor bottle store,” he said.

Store owner Jugraj Singh

was confident the store would

not have a negative impact on

the community.

“Thirsty Liquor is a franchise.

Some of the stores are bad and

some of them are very good,

that is down to the owner,” he

said.

Mr Singh said the store would

offer a selection of wines, spirits,

craft beer as well as a range of

delicatessen and that only 10 per

cent of alcohol sold would be

RTDs.

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The NZ Transport Agency

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24, 25 and 26.

The tunnel will open to traffic

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NZTA senior project manager

Chris Collins said work on the

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“Installing the new fire protection

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Extending Akaroa

Catholic Cemetery

‘not a possibility’

• By Louis Day

AKAROA RESIDENTS are

frustrated that the city council is

refusing to expand the Akaroa

Catholic Cemetery into the vacant

land next to it.

The cemetery is currently full

except for burials in pre-purchased

plots and second internments.

An Akaroa cemeteries working

group came across the vacant land

while conducting repairs to the

cemetery.

Banks Peninsula Community

Board and Akaroa cemeteries

working group member Janis Haley

said they went to the effort of

clearing the land to be told it was

not an option.

“It was covered in bush so we as

a voluntary group got in there and

cleaned it all out and we would

like to think that since it is already

cemetery land that they [city council]

would consider it,” she said.

However, city council manager

of community parks Al Hardy said

the expansion of the cemetery into

the vacant land was not a possibility.

“The expansion of the cemetery

into vacant cemetery land would

likely be expensive due to rugged

contours alongside difficult

access and consent issues. We

are also aware of the existence of

unmarked graves in the area.”

• By Louis Day

THE FAMILIES of three

Sumner servicemen who died

during World War 1 have

claimed their commemorative

crosses.

RSAs across the country

commemorated Armistice

Day last year by displaying

crosses which commemorated

servicemen who gave their lives

during the conflict.

The Sumner Redcliffs RSA

made a cross for each of the 21

casualties from Sumner and

displayed them at the memorial

gates on Wakefield Ave.

The families of Lieutenant

Corporal Henry Wright, Private

Albert Marquet and Private

Richard Stevens claimed their

crosses.

The families shared their

thoughts and experiences,

swapping tales and showing each

other memorabilia, speculating

that their predecessors may have

met all those years ago.

However, Sumner Redcliffs

RSA president Pat Boland said

there was still work to do.

“Ideally we would like all

21 crosses reunited with their

families.”

The remaining crosses will

continue to be displayed on

Wakefield Ave and may still be

claimed by relatives.

•Phone RSA president

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•Private Albert Walker

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Your Local Views

Pirate’s Corner

Learn the rules if

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• By Gary Manch

WE HAVE had a great summer

so far and it’s been relatively

incident-free to date.

However, there is one thing

that concerns me – as it does

you, considering to the number

of phone calls I have received

– and that is the apparent

disregard for people’s safety

in some of our bays by people

riding jet skis.

Sadly, once again, it is the

minority of users bringing

disrepute to the capable and safe

jet skiers.

I have said many times, the

harbourmaster and his staff are

there to ensure the waterways

are safe for everyone, from

swimmers through to big ships.

We want people to have fun, but

with consideration for others

while obeying the safety rules.

This unsafe behaviour has included

jet skis operating within

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and moored vessels.

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If the person does not know

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Alternatively, contact me at the

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I RECENTLY attended a

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climate change.

While some in the media see

no point in individual action and

call on regulation from above,

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News

More rubbish dumped at estuary

• By Louis Day

A WILD boar carcass and

broken lime scooter have

been found next to the Avon-

Heathcote Estuary as illegal

dumping continues.

Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai

Trust co-ordinator

Tanya Jenkins said

the group collects

up to 10 tonnes of

rubbish from the

estuary each year.

Andrew

Rutledge

“It is particularly

sad that people

can’t drive a few

metres to the landfill and dispose

of it there, but I guess it has a lot

to do with cost,” she said.

Mrs Jenkins said the pollution

from illegal dumping was having

a serious impact on wildlife in

the estuary area.

“A couple years back, we had

a dead hector’s dolphin turn up

in the estuary. We had a look

and it had a plastic bottle in its

blowhole.”

Fines under the Litter Act can

range from $100-$400. However,

under the Resource Management

Act, the cost of an infringement

is $500 for an individual or

$1000 for a company. The type of

infringement is determined by

the nature of the offence.

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge encouraged

members of the public to report

illegal dumping.

“The public can assist us

by reporting any dumping

they see through Snap Send

Solve, our Call Centre, or

social media. If it’s related to

the waterways, the public can

also contact Environment

Canterbury’s Incident Response

Line. Recording any vehicle

details is always a great help to

investigators,” he said.

•To report illegal rubbish

dumping, phone the city

council on 941 8999 or ECan

on 0800 765 588.

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

DUMPED: The

city council has

removed this boar

carcass from the

Avon-Heathcote

Estuary.

Below – A broken

lime scooter was

illegally dumped

at the estuary.

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Shared barbecue

plan cooked up

for Mt Pleasant

• By Louis Day

Landlords

Insulate against fines!

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Fire rages, homes at risk

MT PLEASANT could get a

community garden and shared

barbecue.

The Mt Pleasant Memorial

Community Centre and Residents’

Association has applied

for $5500 from the city council

innovation and sustainability

fund.

The association hopes to

plant eight native trees, five

community vegetable and fruit

gardens and install a shared

barbecue area with shade sails

at the centre. It is also waiting

for the plans to be approved by

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board.

Mt Pleasant Memorial Community

Centre committee

member Jocelyn Papprill said

the garden would cost between

$7000 and $8000.

Ms Papprill said it hopes to

raise the remaining money from

donations and eliminate some

of the costs through voluntary

work. “This project can be

another thing that people can be

involved in – it’s a way of bringing

the community together,”

she said.

Ms Papprill said the community

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rental properties to have adequate ceiling

and under floor insulation installed, where

practicable, by 30 June 2019.

However, many landlords and property

managers may not be aware they could be

liable for a $4,000 fine (per non-compliant

property), payable to the tenants, if their

investment properties do not meet the

standard in time. With an estimated 125,000

rental properties still requiring better

insulation, these owners and property

managers are being urged to take action now

to avoid the impending rush.

Local long-established insulation specialists

EnergySmart are a selected service

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The company offers free property

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Extended home energy assessments are

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EnergySmart are one of the largest

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SPORTS

YOUNG GUNS: Ava Henderson (left) won the under-16 girls

division at the Billabong Grom Series in Whangamata, while

Estella Hungerford finished second in the under-18 girls division.

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Ava, 13, collected her first

Billabong Grom Series win of the

year by winning the under-16

girls division, while Estella, 16,

finished second in the under-18

girls division.

Ava’s win continued her ascent

up the grom rankings. After

finishing fourth at the national

championships in the under-16

age group and second at the first

event of the series, she has now

claimed a win in the division.

She finished with a 13.5 point

heat total for a comfortable

win over Alice Westerkamp

(Auckland), Brie Bennett

(Raglan) and Liv Haysom (Piha),

who finished second through to

fourth respectively.

Meanwhile, Estella finished

with a 10.0 point heat total,

which was good enough for

second in the under-18 division

behind Raglan’s Kai Woolf who

scored 13.0.

Estella beat out Gabrielle Paul

(Piha) in third and Baylin Klein

Ovink (Auckland) in fourth.

The Billabong Grom Series is

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The final event of the series

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FINAL PUSH:

Dave Fitch

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Canterbury

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3000m

champs.

SPORTS

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Fitch sets Sumner club

record at 3000m masters

Sumner Running Club coach

Ann Wells reports on how

the club is performing in the

second half of the season

THE CANTERBURY Masters

3000m champs were won

convincingly by Dave Fitch in 9min

44.92sec, with Simon Wooding

slipping into fourth place in the last

few metres of the race.

Fitch’s time broke Morgan Strong’s

eight-year club record. Fitch has also

broken the 800m and 1500m club

records this season.

The juniors are into the

second half of the season and are

working towards the Canterbury

championships to be held on March

16-17 at Nga Puna Wai.

Eli Dimbleby is showing good

form. He is new to athletics this year

in the grade 7 boys. Sibling crosscountry

runners Zara, 7, Tommy,

9, and Max, 10, Percasky, as well

as Lewis Cooke, 8, are also new to

athletics and are producing good

performances in the longer sprint

events.

Jonah Cropp, 13, continues to

dominate the track walk, having

moved up to 1600m from 1200m.

At the South Island Colgate Games

in Dunedin in January, he won with

a winning margin of 3min.

We are certainly enjoying having

an international standard track to

compete on after seven years of grass

at Rawhiti Domain.

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(Right) –

Jonah Cropp,

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WāKōrero/Storytimes

Today, 10.30-11am

Encouraging learning

through a love for stories, this

interactive programme includes

stories, songs, rhymes and play.

This is a free drop-in session.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

JP Clinic

Saturday, 10am-noon

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations as well as sign

citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. There is no

charge for this service.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

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Social Games Club

Monday, 10-11.30am

This free session is for those

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required.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

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Monday, 2-3pm

If you need help using your

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Email louis.day@starmedia.kiwi by 5pm

each Wednesday

or tablet, go along to these free

drop-in sessions. Learn to use

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the library catalogue, eBooks

and other computer functions.

Take your devices or use one of

the libraries computers. This free

event requires no bookings.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

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Akaroa Craft Group

Monday, 1.30-2.30pm

Go along and join the friendly

Akaroa Craft Group. Sit in

the beautiful library on the

comfortable chairs and have

a relaxing chat while working

on your craft project. Share

skills like needlework, knitting,

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dolls, teddy bears and spinning.

Akaroa Library

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Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Enjoy some company while

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some inspiration. Cost is $3 to

cover morning tea. Phone Beth

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1252.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

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Sumner Market

Every Sunday until April

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Check out the Mt Pleasant Bridge Club on Wednesday, 7.20pm, and Friday, 1pm. There

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players need to be seated 10min prior to the start of play. Phone Kay on 384 9113 for more

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amazing food from all over

the world and amazing crafts.

You’ll find the market right next

to the beach as you go in to the

village.

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the presence of four sheds will also entice

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The manicured garden is ideally situated

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Check out the map to find your best route.

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Sparks

Saturday 16 February, 7.30–10pm

North Hagley Park



Northwood

Northwood Supa Centa

Queenspark


Burwood Hospital

Sheffield Cres

Avonhead Shopping Centre

Northlands

Merivale

The Palms



New Brighton

Twenty-eight free

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after Sparks, buses

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marked on map

Bush Inn

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University of Canterbury




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Eastgate





Westfield Riccarton

The Hub Hornby

Ferrymead




Halswell

Halswell Shops

Princess Margaret

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Park Tce


Buses departing from Harper Ave

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Hospital and Cashmere

O Orange Line to Halswell

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Y Yellow Line to Hornby

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