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Marriage and Sumner: A great partnership<br />

• By Louis Day<br />

SHIRLEY AND Ron Burgess<br />

are two of Sumner’s most<br />

recognisable people.<br />

Last week they celebrated 65<br />

years of marriage.<br />

Sixty-one of those years they<br />

have spent in Sumner and they<br />

say they plan to spend the rest of<br />

their lives there.<br />

“It just feels like home. We<br />

love being part of a caring<br />

community – and of course, we<br />

love walking and enjoying the<br />

lovely beach,” Mrs Burgess, 86,<br />

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All five of their children<br />

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as six of their 10 grandchildren.<br />

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• By Louis Day<br />

GOVERNORS BAY residents<br />

have re-ignited their campaign for<br />

a public bus service.<br />

Governors <strong>Bay</strong> has not had a<br />

public bus service since late 2010.<br />

However, that service was short<br />

lived due to the earthquakes.<br />

In 2017, residents submitted a<br />

request for the 535 bus service to<br />

be extended from Rapaki through<br />

to Governors <strong>Bay</strong> and to The<br />

Princess Margaret Hospital. This<br />

was rejected by ECan and the 535<br />

route was terminated in 2018.<br />

Said Environment Canterbury<br />

senior manager of public<br />

transport Stewart Gibbon:<br />

“The 535 route was performing<br />

poorly, and when staff assessed<br />

the community’s proposal, our<br />

view was that this extension was<br />

unlikely to have a positive effect<br />

on the performance of the route,<br />

so it was not pursued further.”<br />

Volunteer bus service Gov Bus<br />

was set up to fill the void left by<br />

the short-lived public bus service<br />

and has been in operation since<br />

2013.<br />

But now resident Helen Schulte<br />

is spearheading the campaign<br />

for a public bus service. She said<br />

the Gov Bus service was unable<br />

to cater for the needs of the community.<br />

•Turn to page 4<br />

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PAGE 2 Wednesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>27</strong> <strong>2019</strong><br />

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NEWSPAPERS DON’T often cover 65th<br />

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they are now quite common.<br />

The anniversaries are very special to the<br />

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So there has to be a bit of a back story or an X-factor to it for a<br />

65th to make news now.<br />

But in Shirley and Ron Burgess (front page today), there is a<br />

back story.<br />

The couple are very well known in Sumner – and why wouldn’t<br />

they be after living there for just over 60 years.<br />

They’ve been involved in many clubs and done their bit to help<br />

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Wednesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>27</strong> <strong>2019</strong><br />

News<br />

Crime cameras needed now<br />

• By Louis Day<br />

A KEY FIGURE behind the bid<br />

for crime cameras in Sumner<br />

says they are now needed more<br />

than ever.<br />

Matt Wood said the area<br />

should have some form of<br />

security after a string of petty<br />

crime this month.<br />

Tools have been stolen from<br />

two separate construction sites,<br />

four vehicles have<br />

been broken into,<br />

and cars have<br />

been vandalised.<br />

Mr Wood,<br />

who lives in<br />

Sumner and is<br />

chief executive<br />

Matt Wood<br />

of security<br />

company,<br />

October<br />

Protection, is ready to supply<br />

Safer Sumner with security<br />

cameras after the group raised<br />

$4000.<br />

But police say $20,000 cameras<br />

are needed so they can be<br />

aligned to their system.<br />

Safer Sumner approached the<br />

Linwood-Central-Heathcote<br />

Community Board for the<br />

additional $16,000 in December.<br />

The group is waiting for more<br />

information which may come<br />

back mid-next month.<br />

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technical information from<br />

council regarding costings,<br />

quality of cameras required and<br />

feedback from NZ Police so as to<br />

be able to be in a better position<br />

to make an informed decision.”<br />

Mr Wood said this was not<br />

good enough.<br />

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and I’ve got $4000 worth of<br />

cameras to go up and all we face<br />

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SKYROCKETED: The cost for security cameras increased from $4000 to $20,000 after police<br />

requested the cameras aligned with their system.<br />

is opposition.”<br />

He said the $4000 cameras<br />

would be better than nothing<br />

and would at least act as a<br />

deterrent.<br />

“Criminals will look for two<br />

things, weakness and wealth,<br />

Sumner portrays both and is<br />

especially vulnerable with an<br />

absence of cameras and a police<br />

presence,” Mr Wood said.<br />

Sergeant Franco Lovrich said<br />

it was essential the cameras<br />

aligned with their system.<br />

“If you put a camera that is not<br />

compatible with our system, it<br />

is going to cause a whole heap<br />

of resourcing issues in terms<br />

of who is going to review the<br />

footage,” he said.<br />

Safer Sumner’s Kath Preston<br />

agreed the area desperately<br />

needed some form of security<br />

but saw the cameras that aligned<br />

with the police system as the<br />

most logical option.<br />

“I see the police cameras as the<br />

long-term solution,” she said.<br />

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Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

BACH LEASES<br />

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Mistake baches by 35 years.<br />

The hearings panel, chaired by<br />

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acceptable, the city council<br />

should offer bach owners a 35-<br />

year licence, with conditions<br />

to protect heritage, mitigate<br />

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the character of the area. The city<br />

council will consider the panel’s<br />

recommendation next month.<br />

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of a fire in Charteris <strong>Bay</strong> last<br />

week. The fire destroyed about<br />

10m of hedge before the Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> Volunteer Fire Brigade<br />

put it out. Chief fire officer Bob<br />

Palmer said nobody was hurt but<br />

the possum did not survive.<br />

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Still going strong after<br />

65 years of marriage<br />

•From page 1<br />

They have both been heavily<br />

involved in the community since<br />

moving to Sumner in 1958, being<br />

prominent figures in a long list of<br />

community groups.<br />

Mr Burgess, 88, owned<br />

Mitchell’s grocery store on the<br />

corner of Nayland and Menzies<br />

Sts and Mrs Burgess worked as a<br />

secretary for Fletcher Industries.<br />

They first met on Guy Fawkes<br />

night in 1950 during a dance at<br />

the Papanui RSA.<br />

Mr Burgess recalls the night:<br />

“I remember Shirley being a<br />

very good dancer, I had two left<br />

feet and still have. I asked her<br />

for a dance and was surprised<br />

when she accepted. The next step<br />

was asking her to attend supper<br />

together – she accepted again –<br />

then I was so happy when she<br />

said, yes, when I asked if I could<br />

take her home. Little did she<br />

know I didn’t have a car – just an<br />

old bike – and her home was a<br />

good 10km away.”<br />

Mrs Burgess said they clicked<br />

straight away.<br />

“I worked in Riccarton and<br />

had seen him around and rather<br />

fancied him so was very excited<br />

when I saw him at the dance. I<br />

LOVE: Ron and Shirley Burgess on<br />

their wedding day in 1954.<br />

was even more excited when he<br />

asked me to dance with him.<br />

Even the bumpy ride home didn’t<br />

put me off,” she said.<br />

Mr Burgess has been<br />

the coach, secretary<br />

and president of<br />

the Sumner Rugby<br />

Football Club and<br />

also the bowling<br />

club, secretary of<br />

the Sumner School<br />

committee, a member<br />

of Sumner Round<br />

Table and heavily<br />

involved in the Sumner<br />

Presbyterian Church.<br />

Mrs Burgess has<br />

been involved in<br />

Sumner Plunket,<br />

the Sumner School<br />

parent and teacher<br />

association, the<br />

kindergarten, and<br />

the Sumner Guides<br />

committee.<br />

Both helped Meals<br />

on Wheels for 22 years.<br />

The happy couple<br />

continue to be involved<br />

in the community,<br />

with Mr Burgess still<br />

an active member of<br />

the Sumner Bowling<br />

Club and Mrs Burgess<br />

a member of the local Probus<br />

club.<br />

Governors <strong>Bay</strong> bus<br />

•From page 1<br />

However, Mr Gibbon said Gov<br />

Bus was the most sustainable<br />

option.<br />

Mr Gibbon said the 2010<br />

service performed poorly in its<br />

short period of operation.<br />

“It was not possible to<br />

continue operating it in the<br />

post-earthquake environment<br />

where the bus network immediately<br />

faced severe financial<br />

constraints,” he said.<br />

About 20 residents met last<br />

Wednesday to discuss what possible<br />

routes would work best for<br />

the community.<br />

“We want to establish a public<br />

IN THE <strong>February</strong> 13 edition<br />

of <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News, it was<br />

reported city council manager<br />

of community parks Al Hardy<br />

said it was not a possibility for<br />

the Akaroa Catholic cemetery to<br />

be extended into the vacant land<br />

next to it.<br />

This was incorrect. What<br />

Mr Hardy said was there are<br />

no current plans to extend the<br />

cemetery.<br />

It was also incorrectly reported<br />

the cemetery was full except<br />

for burials in pre-purchased<br />

plots and second internments.<br />

bus, whether that is extending<br />

another service or reinstigating<br />

what was trialled in 2010, I don’t<br />

know,” Ms Schulte said.<br />

Gov Bus chairman Hugh<br />

MacEwan said he fully<br />

supported Ms Schulte in her<br />

campaign for a public bus<br />

service.<br />

“Gov Bus for various reasons<br />

cannot satisfy the needs of the<br />

community, a lot of that has to<br />

do with the fact that we don’t<br />

have enough volunteers.”<br />

The service does not operate<br />

on weekends or public holidays<br />

and bookings must be made the<br />

day before.<br />

Akaroa cemetery<br />

In response to requests from<br />

residents and the Banks Peninsula<br />

Community Board, city<br />

council staff conducted a survey<br />

of the operational area to identify<br />

additional burial plots. This<br />

work led to an additional 14<br />

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at the cemetery.<br />

These additional plots have<br />

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PAGE 5<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

‘Confusion’ over open road signs<br />

Police boss<br />

wants them<br />

replaced<br />

• By Anan Zaki<br />

TOURISTS ARE driving too<br />

slow because they don’t know<br />

what an open road sign means.<br />

Senior Sergeant Pete Stills<br />

is calling on the signs to be<br />

removed and replaced with signs<br />

stating the speed<br />

limit.<br />

Open roads<br />

are marked with<br />

a black stripe<br />

in a white circle<br />

(right) and have<br />

a speed limit of<br />

100km/h.<br />

Pete Stills<br />

“I don’t like<br />

open road signs.<br />

So many people<br />

nowadays don’t know what they<br />

are, particularly foreign drivers.”<br />

“I stopped a couple of Chinese<br />

girls . . . last year and they were<br />

doing 70km/h because that was<br />

the last actual sign they had seen,<br />

although they had gone past the<br />

open road sign but they didn’t<br />

know what it was,” he said.<br />

“We should just have a speed<br />

limit on the sign so that there’s<br />

no confusion on what the speed<br />

limit is.”<br />

However, Senior Sergeant Stills’<br />

pleas have fallen on deaf ears. The<br />

New Zealand Transport Agency<br />

had no plans to change the way<br />

the signs look.<br />

Said an NZTA spokeswoman:<br />

“The de-restricted sign has been<br />

an option for road controlling<br />

authorities to sign the default<br />

open road speed limit in New<br />

Zealand for many years. It<br />

was retained when we went to<br />

100km/h as the upper speed limit<br />

on the open road,” an NZTA<br />

spokeswoman said.<br />

But Automobile Association<br />

principal adviser regulations<br />

Mark Stockdale agreed some<br />

tourists may not be familiar with<br />

the open road sign.<br />

“Although they [tourists]<br />

are encouraged to familiarise<br />

themselves with New Zealand<br />

road rules and road rule<br />

collateral is provided by many<br />

rental companies,” Mr Stockdale<br />

said.<br />

He said open road signs are<br />

still authorised signs and other<br />

factors may be in play when it<br />

comes to tourists driving slowly.<br />

Said Mr Stockdale: “The fact<br />

that some visiting drivers are<br />

travelling below the speed limit<br />

may also suggest that they are<br />

driving at a speed that feels<br />

comfortable to them based on the<br />

look and feel of the road.”<br />

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• By Louis Day<br />

CRUISE SHIPS in Akaroa have<br />

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CAUSE FOR CONCERN: Larger cruise ships have begun anchoring further down the harbour<br />

following concerns around the impact they were having on the sea bed.<br />

This resulted in 713 passengers<br />

and 50 crew from the ship<br />

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hall.<br />

However, Mr Fox insisted<br />

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1. All anchorages provide the<br />

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Local<br />

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Museum puts<br />

Lyttelton’s<br />

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Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

• By Louis Day<br />

LYTTELTON Museum will<br />

screen footage of the port town<br />

from the early 20th century to<br />

fundraise for a new building.<br />

Resident Hamish Fairbairn and<br />

the museum have been working<br />

with Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision<br />

to create a journey into Lyttelton’s<br />

past.<br />

There will be two screenings on<br />

March 15 and 16 at the LAF theatre<br />

in Lyttelton. Entry will cost<br />

$20 and the proceeds will go tothe<br />

construction of the new museum<br />

building.<br />

The preliminary design for the<br />

new museum is estimated to be a<br />

month away from being finalised.<br />

Lyttelton Museum vice-president<br />

Lizzie Meek said the screenings<br />

will feature footage from the<br />

early 1900s to 1980s.<br />

“There will be some elements<br />

on the screen that we have lost<br />

now which I think will be quite a<br />

nostalgic experience for people,”<br />

she said.<br />

Some of the footage will be silent<br />

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from Christchurch-based musician<br />

Motte. Gary McCormick will<br />

host the screening.<br />

•For more information, visit<br />

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Ms Richardson said she was humbled to<br />

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Targeted rate plan for<br />

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AKAROA residents may<br />

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the Akaroa Community<br />

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The Akaroa Community<br />

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city councillor Andrew<br />

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Vittoria tried everything<br />

we ate, ran around the<br />

grounds in and out of<br />

people’s legs and even<br />

managed to borrow<br />

someone else’s chair (they<br />

knew us and offered it, so it<br />

was okay).<br />

She had a great time and<br />

didn’t even freak out when<br />

the fireworks woke her up.<br />

The only downside to it was<br />

that the late night kind of<br />

wrecked her sleep pattern<br />

for a couple of nights. And<br />

ours.<br />

•Former <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

News journalist Matt<br />

Salmons has become<br />

a stay-at-home dad.<br />

We follow his journey<br />

weekly.<br />

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Nature’s Fresh Bread<br />

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Specials available South Island only from Monday 25th <strong>February</strong> until Sunday 3rd March<br />

<strong>2019</strong> or while stocks last. Wine and beer available at stores with an off licence. Wine<br />

and beer purchases restricted to persons aged 18 years old and over.<br />

CHANGE OF SCENERY: The Lyttelton Port Company has installed new<br />

navigation aids in the harbour.<br />

New aids to help<br />

navigate harbour<br />

THE LYTTELTON Port<br />

Company has installed new<br />

navigation aids to mark<br />

the recently deepened,<br />

widened and lengthened<br />

shipping channel.<br />

They provide a visual<br />

aid so ships can be safely<br />

guided into the port.<br />

The new aids include<br />

both fixed piles and spar<br />

buoys, which are anchored<br />

to large concrete blocks on<br />

the sea floor.<br />

All of the marks are<br />

coloured, red, white or<br />

green and lit at night<br />

with the corresponding<br />

coloured light. The<br />

aids are constructed to<br />

international standards<br />

and conventions. The aids<br />

to the west and east of the<br />

reef are being used to align<br />

vessels in the navigation<br />

channel and do not mark<br />

the extent of the reef.


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Your Local Views<br />

Learn the<br />

rules around<br />

jet skis<br />

Navigation safety officer<br />

Gary Manch outlines the<br />

rules for jet skiers<br />

AFTER MY previous article,<br />

some interest was generated<br />

from my comments about the<br />

rules around jet skis. Here they<br />

are:<br />

•A jet ski is classed as a type<br />

of boat propelled by a motor.<br />

So, the rules pertaining to power<br />

boats also apply to jet skis.<br />

•When within 200m of the<br />

shore, the speed limit is five<br />

knots (about 9km/h) or a fast<br />

walking pace, unless there is a<br />

marked access lane, or the area<br />

is designated an uplifted speed<br />

zone under the Navigation<br />

Safety Bylaw. The bylaw has<br />

maps showing these areas.<br />

This includes rivers or the like<br />

that are less than 200m wide<br />

– five knots is the rule unless<br />

uplifted.<br />

•When within 50m of another<br />

vessel, a swimmer, or structure,<br />

the speed limit is five knots.<br />

•You must be over the age of<br />

15 to operate a powered vessel<br />

unless a person aged 15 or<br />

over is able to take immediate<br />

control in an emergency.<br />

•Life jackets must be worn on<br />

all vessels 6m or less.<br />

•If towing a skier behind<br />

the jet ski, there must be an<br />

observer on board over the<br />

age of 10 who can advise the<br />

skipper of any incidents with the<br />

skier immediately.<br />

•If there is a buoy saying ‘No<br />

power craft’, then that’s what it<br />

means; No power craft, end of<br />

story.<br />

•Jet skis are required to be<br />

identified under part 20 of<br />

the Navigation Safety Bylaw<br />

2016. This means they require<br />

the registration number of<br />

the trailer that tows the jet ski<br />

on either side of the vessel. It<br />

must be 90mm high and visible<br />

from 50m to the naked eye,<br />

above the waterline. There are<br />

some exceptions, and these<br />

can be found under part 20 of<br />

the Navigation Safety Bylaw<br />

2016. The bylaw can be found<br />

at https://www.ecan.govt.nz/<br />

do-it-online/harbourmastersoffice/recreational-boating<br />

Hopefully, this has clarified<br />

some of the issues. Be safe out<br />

there.<br />

Port Hills<br />

National<br />

list MP Nuk<br />

Korako<br />

reflects on the<br />

earthquakes<br />

and the<br />

Nelson<br />

wildfires<br />

TODAY AS I write this column<br />

it is <strong>February</strong> 22. A day we will<br />

never forget as that day changed<br />

so many lives and circumstances.<br />

We really took the brunt of the<br />

major earthquakes in our Port<br />

Hills region and today means<br />

something different to each and<br />

every one of us.<br />

It isn’t all doom and gloom<br />

but I do want to take a moment<br />

to reflect on the devastation the<br />

Nelson wildfires have caused. I<br />

am so grateful there was no loss<br />

of life and that can be attributed<br />

to the extraordinary efforts of the<br />

emergency response teams which<br />

ensured the impact on the community<br />

was kept to an absolute<br />

minimum.<br />

I travelled to Nelson to see the<br />

situation first-hand, as many of<br />

our local firefighters were there<br />

working beside the local Nelson/<br />

Tasman crews and I caught up<br />

with most of them.<br />

For us in the Port Hills, we<br />

can really relate to the sense of<br />

loss of beautiful forestland, as<br />

well as the destruction of homes<br />

DESTRUCTION:<br />

A helicopter<br />

with a monsoon<br />

bucket douses<br />

flames during<br />

the Port Hills<br />

fire.<br />

containing a lifetime of memories.<br />

<strong>February</strong> 13 was the second<br />

anniversary of the Port Hills<br />

fire. We still see the scars of our<br />

fire on a daily basis here in the<br />

Port Hills yet it has given us an<br />

opportunity to recreate a habitat<br />

more in keeping with its original<br />

environment.<br />

Not-for-profit groups, such as<br />

Te Tapuwae o Rakau Trust (The<br />

Tree Footprints Trust) Summit<br />

Road Society and so many others,<br />

are all involved in planting.<br />

Local<br />

News<br />

Now<br />

Replica Warbirds thrill RSA members<br />

Sumner Redcliffs RSA<br />

secretary Bernie Godden<br />

reports on the club’s trip<br />

to a private air hanger<br />

at Loburn Abbey where<br />

replica Warbird aircraft are<br />

built<br />

OUR LATEST activity, organised<br />

by committee member Barry<br />

Keast, was a trip to Loburn<br />

Abbey.<br />

Situated in beautiful<br />

countryside on the Canterbury<br />

Plains, with the Port Hills of<br />

Banks Peninsula in the distance,<br />

this seems the most unlikely<br />

place to find an enthusiast who<br />

builds his own replica aircraft.<br />

The collection includes a<br />

Spitfire Supermarine 26B, Titan<br />

Mustangs, a Tiger Moth and<br />

others – all in flying order or in<br />

the process of being constructed<br />

from kits. Typically, these aircraft<br />

are 75-90 per cent to scale,<br />

but every bit as complex and<br />

impressive as the originals.<br />

As we got off the coach, we<br />

were welcomed by Ivan and<br />

Sandy Campbell and offered tea,<br />

coffee and pikelets.<br />

Mr Campbell, with a passing<br />

resemblance to Rock Hudson<br />

(someone said), gave us an<br />

interesting history of the<br />

enterprise, aided by his charming<br />

wife (who also likes to fly). As he<br />

explained, aircraft building is not<br />

his only interest. Some years ago<br />

he became aware of the demand<br />

for a personalised, high-quality<br />

flying helmet for pilots of light<br />

MEMORY:<br />

John Pipe<br />

and Neville<br />

Borrill in<br />

front of<br />

a replica<br />

Warbird.<br />

aircraft. After constructing his<br />

own hi-tech model, interest<br />

spread rapidly. Soon they were<br />

landing orders from all over the<br />

world. Each helmet is made to<br />

measure and personalised. The<br />

high-impact protection soon<br />

earned the helmet a reputation<br />

for reducing injury and even<br />

saving lives. Actor Harrison Ford<br />

was among the famous clients<br />

who praised the product for<br />

saving him from serious head<br />

Quake and fire scars still evident on Port Hills<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

injury in a flying accident.<br />

Following the presentation<br />

and question time, we moved<br />

out from the hangar to watch<br />

our host fly one of his aircraft, a<br />

Mustang. He often flies this and<br />

other aircraft at displays across<br />

New Zealand and abroad as far as<br />

Europe.<br />

After the pre-flight checks, our<br />

intrepid pilot was airborne. No<br />

spectator could have watched this<br />

scene without reminiscing on<br />

the bygone days and the wartime<br />

pilots to whom we owe so much –<br />

a poignant moment.<br />

A short while later we climb<br />

aboard the coach to leave, at a<br />

somewhat more sedate pace,<br />

towards Rangiora. There we<br />

visited the prestigious Rangiora<br />

RSA buildings. We are all very<br />

impressed (and more than a little<br />

envious) of their facilities. Their<br />

members are a friendly bunch,<br />

the drinks are cheap, and the<br />

food first class. A few hours later<br />

we tumble (not stagger) back to<br />

the coach and sing our way back<br />

home. The end to a perfect day.<br />

Over these summer<br />

months, fantastic festivals and<br />

concerts take place. Ōtautahi<br />

Christchurch is now home<br />

to more than 30 migrant<br />

communities. With these<br />

communities come celebrations<br />

and events that showcase our<br />

diverse city.<br />

So you can imagine the real<br />

privilege I feel to be able to go<br />

along and enjoy the different<br />

ways that people share their cultural<br />

backgrounds with us. From<br />

performances to the unbelievably<br />

tasty food they showcase, we are<br />

a far richer more vibrant community<br />

for these events.<br />

There are still plenty of summer<br />

events to enjoy, such as the<br />

first “Our Seas Our Future”<br />

beach clean-up at Sumner on Saturday,<br />

Mt Pleasant and Lyttelton<br />

farmers’ markets, or music in the<br />

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CHAMP: Ava Henderson continued her rich vein of form this year, winning the under-16 girls<br />

title at the Billabong Grom Series.<br />

PHOTOS: PHOTOCPL<br />

Ava surfs to grom<br />

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TAYLORS MISTAKE surfer<br />

Ava Henderson was crowned<br />

champion of the under-16 girls<br />

division after completing the<br />

Billabong Grom Series in style<br />

over the weekend.<br />

Ava, 13, won the final round<br />

of the series at Piha, west of<br />

Auckland, after coming into the<br />

weekend with the series lead.<br />

She took the lead after a<br />

win at the second event in<br />

Whangamata and finishing<br />

second in the opening round at<br />

Mt Maunganui.<br />

With bad weather marching<br />

up the West Coast and set to<br />

slam into Piha on Sunday, the<br />

event was completed in one big<br />

day. Saturday produced solid<br />

1m waves, ruffled by light crossonshore<br />

wind at the south end of<br />

Piha.<br />

Ava advanced to the final with<br />

a score of 8.9 in her heat, which<br />

was good enough for second.<br />

In the final she took things to<br />

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win ahead of Taranaki’s Natasha<br />

Gouldsbury (9.<strong>27</strong>), Piha’s Liv<br />

Haysom (8.76) and Raglan’s<br />

CUT BACK: Estella Hungerford finished fourth in the Billabong<br />

Grom Series under-18 girls division final.<br />

Brie Bennett (8.4). Ava has been<br />

in a rich vein of form this year.<br />

The previous weekend she won<br />

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girls divisions at the third round<br />

of the grom series at Curio <strong>Bay</strong><br />

in The Catlins.<br />

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Fellow Taylors Mistake surfer<br />

Estella Hungerford also had a<br />

strong showing at Piha.<br />

The 16-year-old finished fourth<br />

in the final of the under-18 girls<br />

division. Earlier she won her<br />

semi-final with a score of 11.5.<br />

Sumner runner<br />

takes out Old Ghost<br />

marathon again<br />

SUMNER RUNNING Club<br />

led the way at the 85km Old<br />

Ghost Ultra Marathon over the<br />

weekend with three runners<br />

finishing in the top four.<br />

Ultra-marathon guru Vijan<br />

Armstrong won the West Coast<br />

event in a time of 7hr 7min. This<br />

was the 38-year-old’s third year<br />

competing at the event. He now<br />

has two wins and a second.<br />

Behind him was fellow<br />

Sumner club member and<br />

Armstrong’s occasional training<br />

partner, Chris Dunnell. The<br />

32-year-old police officer<br />

finished just over 3min behind<br />

Armstrong in his first race of<br />

this distance.<br />

The result was the opposite of<br />

the Buller Half Marathon earlier<br />

this month in which Dunnell<br />

won the race in 1hr 12min, just<br />

over 30sec ahead of Armstrong<br />

in second.<br />

Meanwhile, Lisa Brignull<br />

was thrilled to cross the line in<br />

fourth in the female division<br />

of the marathon with a time<br />

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of 9hr 21min. The 44-yearold<br />

competed at the Buller<br />

Marathon, finishing in a time of<br />

3hr 5min to finish third in the<br />

women’s field.<br />

The Old Ghost ultra was<br />

filled to capacity with 300<br />

competitors on the start line,<br />

89 of which were not from New<br />

Zealand. The event started at the<br />

Mokihinui River and finished at<br />

Lyell in the upper Buller Gorge<br />

with more than 2600m of ascent<br />

along the way.<br />

Next month, Armstrong will<br />

travel to the Netherlands to race<br />

in the Rotterdam Marathon as<br />

a qualifier for the prestigious<br />

Comrades Ultra-marathon<br />

in South Africa in June. He<br />

will spend three weeks in the<br />

highlands of Kenya at a training<br />

camp in the Rift Valley, which<br />

is famous for middle and long<br />

distance running.<br />

Meanwhile, Dunnell will<br />

travel to the Blue Mountains<br />

in Australia to compete in the<br />

22km Ultra Trail Australia.<br />

STAMINA: Vijan Armstrong won the Old Ghost Ultra<br />

Marathon for the second straight year.<br />

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YOUR GUIDE<br />

TO THE <strong>2019</strong><br />

Saturday 2 March • Lincoln Domain<br />

How to make the best of this fantastic day out<br />

Can’t wait to see you at this year’s Selwyn Sounds!<br />

LINCOLN<br />

HIGH SCHOOL<br />

Once again Lincoln Domain will be the perfect venue for<br />

fun in the sun, awesome food and drink, and a stellar<br />

cast of Kiwi music legends. As the sun goes down,<br />

an unforgettable day will culminate with an awesome<br />

performance from the one and only Little River Band!<br />

WATER<br />

CORPORATE ZONE<br />

TOILETS<br />

SMOKING<br />

ZONE<br />

B<br />

A<br />

R<br />

FIRE B<br />

ALCOHOL<br />

FREE<br />

ZONE<br />

POLICE FIRST<br />

AID<br />

GATE A<br />

ENTRY<br />

FOOD CENTRAL<br />

Getting in<br />

We want to make sure everyone<br />

has a great time on the day, and<br />

that there’s nothing stopping you<br />

getting into the venue. So there<br />

are some important dos and don’ts<br />

that need to be followed.<br />

To make sure there are no<br />

surprises when you arrive,<br />

take a few minutes to read our<br />

Conditions of Entry.<br />

We recommend you aim to get to<br />

the venue well before the show<br />

starts to get yourself a good spot.<br />

Bus transport<br />

There will be five pick up locations<br />

around Christchurch and the<br />

surrounding suburbs for those who<br />

have pre-purchased bus tickets.<br />

Just remember you need to<br />

check in half an hour before<br />

the bus departs.<br />

Sorry but, due to high demand,<br />

almost all the prepaid bus tickets<br />

have been sold. BUT there is<br />

an excellent regular Metro bus<br />

service to Lincoln on the day<br />

which runs at regular intervals<br />

from Parklands through the city<br />

centre and on to Lincoln.<br />

Getting to<br />

Lincoln Domain<br />

& where to park<br />

Lincoln Domain is located at<br />

15 Meijer Drive Halswell, Lincoln.<br />

There will be parking at Lincoln<br />

High School on Boundary<br />

Road,which is just a short walk<br />

from the venue via a walkway.<br />

You can download a printable pdf<br />

of a map showing the location of<br />

the venue & park from our website:<br />

www.selwynsounds.co.nz<br />

Seating<br />

Zones<br />

We want everyone to have a great<br />

experience and be able to see our<br />

fantastic line up from their seats.<br />

So we have created three distinct<br />

zones at the venue – there will be<br />

no seating of any kind allowed at<br />

the front (but feel free to bring a<br />

picnic blanket), the next section<br />

will be low chairs only, and you<br />

are welcome to bring full height<br />

deckchairs for the deckchair zone.<br />

Thank you for your cooperation<br />

with this.<br />

TOILETS<br />

E<br />

E<br />

E<br />

BAR<br />

DECK<br />

CHAIR<br />

ZONE<br />

DECK<br />

CHAIR<br />

FREE<br />

ZONE<br />

E<br />

Exits<br />

Fire exits<br />

SCREEN<br />

ACCESS WAY<br />

SOUND<br />

SCREEN<br />

Venue layout<br />

Use this map to familiarise<br />

yourself with the layout of the<br />

concert, and help you suss out<br />

the best seats in advance.<br />

DANCE<br />

STAGE<br />

PS1 & PS4<br />

Documentation<br />

DECK<br />

CHAIR<br />

ZONE<br />

SELWYN<br />

NETBALL<br />

CENTRE<br />

ACCESS WAY<br />

SCREEN<br />

TOILETS<br />

GENERATOR<br />

DECK<br />

CHAIR<br />

FREE<br />

ZONE<br />

CABLE RAMPS<br />

GATE B<br />

BACKSTAGE<br />

ENTRY<br />

BACK STAGE ENTRANCE<br />

VIP<br />

AREA<br />

BACK STAGE<br />

E<br />

E<br />

E<br />

FOOD CENTRAL<br />

EFTPOS<br />

FOOD CENTRAL<br />

WATER<br />

TAP<br />

BACK STAGE<br />

FOOD CENTRAL<br />

DRESSING ROOMS<br />

GREEN ROOM<br />

PRODUCTION<br />

OFFICE<br />

CREW CATERING<br />

DISABLED<br />

VIP PARKING<br />

LINCOLN<br />

BOWLING CLUB<br />

TOILETS<br />

GATE<br />

BAG<br />

CHECK<br />

BOX<br />

OFFICE<br />

TICKETS<br />

TICKETS<br />

BAG<br />

CHECK<br />

ENTRY<br />

WRISTBANDS<br />

& TICKETS<br />

Meijer Drive<br />

What’s on<br />

& when?<br />

9.30am: VIP & Express Pass<br />

10.00am: GA Gates Open<br />

11.00am: Auto 80<br />

12.15pm: Midge Marsden<br />

1.30pm: Ross Wilson<br />

2.45pm: Golden Kiwis<br />

4.20pm: Leo Sayer<br />

5.40pm: Jon Stevens<br />

7.00pm: Little River Band<br />

Printed<br />

ezyTicket<br />

option<br />

Food<br />

and<br />

drink<br />

If you choose to print your<br />

tickets, please make sure<br />

you print the ezyTicket PDF<br />

found as an attachment to<br />

your confirmation email.<br />

There is no need to print<br />

the email itself!<br />

It’s not just the music that’s<br />

awesome at Selwyn Sounds!<br />

The food is fantastic too. You’ll find<br />

something for everyone in our huge<br />

range of food trucks.<br />

There’ll be everything from gourmet<br />

and international cuisine, to good<br />

old kiwi favourites,<br />

If you purchased more than one ticket, you<br />

need to print each separate ezyTicket PDF<br />

as they have their own unique barcode that<br />

must be scanned for entry.<br />

Prior to the event please ensure you fold each<br />

ezyTicket as shown on your printout for quick<br />

entry into the venue.<br />

plus lots of yummy sweet treats & coffee if<br />

you need a bit of extra energy during the day.<br />

You are allowed to bring in a sealed plastic<br />

bottle of water or soft drink up to 1.5 litres.<br />

This can then be refilled throughout the day<br />

at one of our water stations.<br />

PLUS there’ll be plenty to drink from our<br />

well stocked bars.<br />

TICKETS<br />

STILL<br />

AVAILABLE<br />

Order online now or<br />

there will be ticket<br />

sales available at the<br />

venue on the day.<br />

www.selwynsounds.co.nz


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Email louis.day@starmedia.kiwi by 5pm<br />

each Wednesday<br />

THe Rock Community Church<br />

Sundays 6.30pm<br />

All of us question and seek<br />

answers to the purpose of life.<br />

Go along and explore God, faith<br />

and life with us. The Rock is a<br />

new expression of church run by<br />

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6.30pm at the Sumner Community<br />

Centre - above the library, 11<br />

Wakefield Ave, Sumner followed<br />

by tea and coffee (free event).<br />

WāKōrero/Storytimes<br />

Today, 10.30-11am<br />

Encouraging learning through<br />

a love for stories, this interactive<br />

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Centre<br />

JP Clinic<br />

Saturday, 10am-noon<br />

A justice of the peace will be<br />

available to members of the community<br />

to witness signatures and<br />

documents, certify document<br />

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Social Games Club<br />

Monday, 10-11.30am<br />

This free session is for those<br />

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No bookings required.<br />

MatukuTakotako: Sumner<br />

Centre<br />

Akaroa Craft Group<br />

Monday, 1.30-2.30pm<br />

Go along and join the friendly<br />

Akaroa Craft Group. Sit in the<br />

beautiful library on the comfortable<br />

chairs and have a relaxing<br />

chat while working on your<br />

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needlework, knitting, quilting,<br />

handicrafts, making dolls, teddy<br />

bears and spinning.<br />

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Create and Connect<br />

Thursday, 9.30am-noon<br />

Enjoy some company while<br />

creating. Take your project or get<br />

some inspiration. Cost is $3 to<br />

cover morning tea. Phone Beth<br />

for more information on 022 678<br />

1252.<br />

St Andrews Church, 148 Main<br />

Rd, Redcliffs<br />

Sumner Market<br />

Every Sunday until April<br />

There will be a great range<br />

of stalls from fresh veges to<br />

amazing food from all over<br />

the world and amazing crafts.<br />

You’ll find the market right next<br />

to the beach as you go in to the<br />

village.<br />

Technology Help Sessions, Monday, 2-3pm. If you need help using your computer, smartphone,<br />

iPad or tablet, go along to these free drop-in sessions. You can learn to use email, search the<br />

internet, use the library catalogue, eBooks and other computer functions. Take your devices<br />

or use one of the libraries computers. This free event requires no bookings. Matuku Takotako:<br />

Sumner Centre.<br />

Cnr Marine Pde and The<br />

Esplanade<br />

Loopy Tunes Preschool Music<br />

Tuesdays during school term<br />

time at Sumner, 9.30am, and<br />

Redcliffs, 10.30am<br />

Each session takes about half<br />

an hour and is followed by a<br />

playtime for the children. All<br />

children aged up to five years<br />

plus their parents/caregivers<br />

welcome. Cost is $2 per child.<br />

For more information, phone Siu<br />

Williams-Lemi – 022 632 6140.<br />

Matuku Takotako: Sumner<br />

Centre and Uniting Church hall, 4<br />

Augusta St, Redcliffs<br />

Stitched Emotion: Textile Art<br />

by Sook Hwang<br />

Friday, Saturday and<br />

Sunday 10am-4pm<br />

An exhibition of delicate freestyle<br />

machine embroidery on silk<br />

and other fabrics. Runs until the<br />

end of <strong>February</strong>.<br />

Stoddart Cottage Gallery, Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong><br />

Sumner Redcliffs RSA Coffee<br />

Morning<br />

March 5, 10.30am-noon<br />

Buy a coffee and get a muffin<br />

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Tuesday morning.<br />

Village Inn, Sumner<br />

Peninsula Plaques: Ceramics<br />

by Jan Valentine Priestley<br />

Friday, Saturday and Sunday<br />

10am- 4pm<br />

An exhibition of weatherproof<br />

ceramic plaques capturing the<br />

character and history of Banks<br />

Peninsula’s rural landscapes and<br />

landmark jetties and buildings.<br />

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The general public is to be advised that a<br />

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