Bay Harbour: April 10, 2019

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• By Julia Evans

CHRIS TODD has ticked two

milestones off her bucket list in

as many weeks.

The Sumner resident had

Shellfish

collection rules

may change

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an emotional cycle down the

Crown Range on Sunday after

biking over the reopened

Sumner Rd (above) a week

earlier.

Chris started her bucket list

after it was discovered she had

27 tumours on her liver which

she calls “the fockers”.

She is currently about halfway

through the 630km Tour of

New Zealand, which started on

Surfing mural

has deeper

meaning

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Chris knocks the ‘fockers’ off without stopping

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Saturday. Her main goal was to

make it over the Crown Range

between Queenstown and

Wanaka, which she did on day

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• By Louis Day

THE CITY council is “working

hard” to ease Akaroa residents’

concerns that it is neglecting their

town.

Last week Bay Harbour News

reported a survey undertaken

by the Akaroa Ratepayers and

Residents Association found 75

per cent of respondents felt the

city council’s performance was

unacceptable.

The survey was completed

by 162 residents. Association

president Harry Stronach said

people feel like the city council

has ignored the area.

However, a city council

spokesperson said it is

working to ease residents’

concerns.

“We understand there is

some frustration among the

community in Akaroa and we

have been working hard on the

issues that have been identified,”

the spokesperson said.

“In 2016 the Akaroa Issues

Working Group was formed

to improve maintenance of

Akaroa services and facilities by

addressing concerns raised by

submitters to the 2016/17 Annual

Plan.”

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YOU HAVE to hand it to Chris Todd (see

page 1).

Chris, who has terminal cancer, has just

completed a cycle of the Crown Range,

after a week earlier riding the reopened

Sumner Rd.

The Sumner woman calls the 27 tumours on her liver, the

fockers. After her Crown Range ride she told reporter Julia

Evans: “I focked the fockers.”

Her cycling challenge ends this weekend in Wellington.

You have to admire Chris’ attitude and determination to

tick-off, as she calls it, her bucket list.

It can’t be easy facing what she is going through, but Chris

is taking the challenge to the fockers. I’m sure it is great

inspiration to others in the same situation.

Focking good in my book.

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Plants continue to disappear

A memorial garden in Sumner has lost several flowers,

disappointing those who tend the garden.

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Sumner cricket wrap-up

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News

• By Louis Day

RULES AROUND shellfish

collection in the Avon-Heathcote

Estuary could change in

response to a potentially

declining population.

A Ministry for Primary

Industries spokeswoman

said their recent research

suggested there could be

declining cockle biomass in

parts of the estuary.

“We are currently assessing

what management interventions

may be necessary. This could

include increased signage,

commissioning a biomass survey

of the Avon-Heathcote Estuary

next year, or reviewing the rules

and regulations for recreational

shellfish collection in the

estuary,” she said.

“The research indicated that in

general, people were unaware of

current management practices in

the estuary.”

She indicated that overharvesting

could possibly pose a

threat to the bird population.

“There are some international

studies, conducted in areas with

very high cockle harvesting that

suggest bird populations can be

negatively impacted by shellfish

harvesting.”

The recreational daily bag limit

for cockles is 150 per person per

day.

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estuary has not changed since

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Last year researcher Stephanie

Hampson found that cockle

numbers had fallen dramatically

between 2012 and 2017.

Ms Hampson said the combination

of poor nutrients in

the water and pressure from

collecting was responsible for the

serious decline in numbers.

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Shellfish gathering rules could change

CONCERNED: Stephanie Hampson’s research into the health of shellfish found that cockle

numbers had fallen dramatically between 2012 and 2017. There are concerns bird numbers

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She said the results indicated

the catch limit of 150 cockles per

person per day was too high and

needed to be reduced or even a

ban put in place.

Avon-Heathcote Estuary

Ihutai Trust chairman Kit

Doudney said they would fully

support a review of rules and

regulations.

He said studies from the trust

also found that shellfish numbers

had considerably fallen.

Mr Doudney said the trust

was growing concerned with the

shellfish population.

“We have noticed that every

low tide there are up to 25 people

gathering shellfish, which is a

lot. We also see dogs at low tide

accompanying their human

gatherers,” he said.

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CAMPERVAN FIRE

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caught fire by the Stoddart Point

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campervan ignited after a spark

from his cooker set his bedding

alight. The blaze took firefighters

five minutes to put out. Diamond

Harbour Volunteer Fire Brigade

chief Bob Palmer said the van was

destroyed and the tourist suffered

a minor burn to his hand.

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Plants from memorial garden

continue to disappear

• By Louis Day

DISAPPOINTED: Our Lady Star of the Sea parish

chairman Michael Hannifin is not happy someone is

stealing the flowers from the memorial garden.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

FLOWERS FROM a

memorial garden in

Sumner are continuing to

be stolen.

Our Lady Star of the Sea’s

memorial garden was setup

in September to commemorate

former members

of the church who had

passed away.

Since then several flowers

have been dug up and

stolen overnight.

Sharyn Lane, who helped

set-up the garden, was

shocked to see someone

had stolen their 1.2m protea

only two weeks after the

mosque shootings.

“Here we have this absolute

tragedy, don’t we learn

anything from tragedy in

life? This has been horrible

for people and then some

bugger digs a flower up out

of a memorial garden,” she

said.

Mrs Lane said they could

not afford to keep replacing

the stolen flowers and

was concerned the garden

might die.

“I feel sick about it because

you think they

are going to steal the rest

of plants and there are people

giving us money

in good faith to make

the garden beautiful in

memory of the loved ones

they’ve lost.”

Our Lady Star of the Sea

parish chairman Michael

Hannifin had a message for

the thief.

“Bring them back and

there won’t be any repercussions,

we want them

back. Even if they are just

left there in the garden, we

are more than happy to

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“It’s just disappointing to

see someone stealing plants

in a supposedly affluent

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Ticking off the bucket list

•From page 1

Said Chris: “I focked the

fockers and knocked the Crown

Range off without stopping,” she

said.

It came a week after her first

cycle over Sumner Rd, which

Chris said she wanted to be alive

to do.

“I’m still so emotional about it.

I’d forgotten how beautiful the

view (from Sumner Rd) was,” she

said.

“I was biking along and

thinking this is so amazing.”

Sumner Rd was closed after the

earthquakes and reopened on the

last Friday of March.

Chris’ ride was the first time

she had been on a bike outdoors

since August.

“The feeling I had was just

that I’m so lucky. You forget

everything else. I do it to spite

the fockers,” she said.

On April 10, 2014, Chris was

told she had a gastrointestinal

neuroendocrine tumour, which

has spread and is terminal and

inoperable.

It’s the same kind of cancer that

Apple founder Steve Jobs died of

in 2011.

Since her diagnosis, the active

Sumner resident has been

doing everything in her power

to finish her bucket list, which

included several trips to cycle the

ENDURANCE: Chris Todd

will not let her tumours stop

her from cycling 630km to

raise money for the Unicorn

Foundation.

Alpes d’Huez section of the Tour

de France, as well as making it up

Evans Pass.

But while Chris had been in

remission, the cancer has come

back.

“I’ve had to start

treatment again, it’s been five

weeks since my last session and

I’m as sick as a dog.”

She hasn’t been able to eat

properly and has been on an IV.

Her next treatment is on April

30 and she plans to ask her

doctors how long she has left

– then she plans to prove them

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wrong.

More than $50,000 was raised

for Chris to have radiation

treatment in Australia, which

is not funded through the New

Zealand health system.

While she was in her hospital

bed in Melbourne, Chris said

she saw a poster advertising the

Unicorn Foundation, the only

charity focused on patients with

her rare form of cancer, which

was looking for participants in

the Tour of New Zealand.

“I thought that’s me. Stop

wallowing and sign up for it.”

It’s a 630km cycle, which

covers between 70-100km a

day, including hill climbs like

the Crown Range. It started in

Queenstown and will finish in

Wellington on Saturday.

“I’m hoping to do most of it,

but I don’t know what’s up with

my body. I know what’s going

on in my head, but now I have to

listen to my body,” she said.

Chris finds going up hill a lot

easier. The invasive treatment

she’s been having means she’s lost

a lot of weight. “My bike pants are

loose,” she said.

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• By Louis Day

THE PUBLIC toilets at Stoddart

Point Reserve in Diamond

Harbour have been closed due to

a suspected sewage leak.

The toilets were closed on

March 18 and temporary toilets

were put in place the following

week.

City council community

parks manager

Al Hardy said the

toilets were closed

to eliminate any

potential health

hazards.

“Subsurface

samples returned

results indicating E.

coli, with possible

sources being

either sewage or

bird droppings

from a roosting tree. There are

investigations under way to

establish what is going on with

the area,” he said.

The project to repair the toilets

is in its early stages.

Mr Hardy said the city council

has been aware of the issue since

late February.

However, Diamond Harbour

resident Preserved Cook School

and Eatery owner Anna Mahy

Anna Mahy

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Suspected sewage

leak closes toilets

said the toilets had been leaking

raw sewage since the 2011

earthquake.

Mrs Mahy said people had

been using her businesses toilets,

often without buying anything,

due to the condition of the

public toilets.

She said the overuse of her

toilets had cost her about

$16,000 in maintenance over the

four years the cafe has

been open.

“We even had a van

full of council workers

who came in and

used the toilets and

left without buying

anything, even the

council uses us as a

public toilet,” she said.

She said the

installation of the

temporary toilets had

not eased the flow of people

using her cafe toilets.

“If people can use a proper

toilet instead of a smelly

portaloo, of course they are

going to.”

Mrs Mahy said the city

council’s failure to address the

toilets until now as a symptom

of the neglect shown by the

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PIONEERS: Marc Dupree Plato

and Murray Stewart became

the first people to ride electric

unicycles over the newlyopened

Sumner Rd.

Unicyclists

ride repaired

Sumner Rd

• By Louis Day

SUMNER’S MURRAY Stewart

made history on Thursday.

Mr Stewart and his friend Marc

Dupree Plato of Halswell became

the first people to ride electric

unicycles over the newly-opened

Sumner Rd.

The electric unicycle enthusiasts

drove halfway in one of their

cars and rode the remainder of

the road to Lyttelton on their

unicycles.

The two then stopped in at

Wunderbar and performe a few

stunts for patrons.

“The owner couldn’t believe it,

he was moving furniture around

so we could do loops around the

pool table,” said Mr Stewart.

The pair then unicycled

through the local supermarket.

“People were just staring and

their mouths were just hanging

open.”

Mr Stewart, who has lived

in Sumner for 30 years said he

regularly used his unicycle to run

errands throughout town.

He even used it to visit his

father in hospital.

“Parking is such a nightmare

so you just jump on the unicycle,

straight through reception to the

lift and I was up to the third floor

in no time to see my dad.”

• By Louis Day

A MURAL encapsulating the

strength of the local surfing

community has been painted

on the side of Joe’s Garage in

Sumner.

The mural was created by

United States artist and surfer

Ty Williams with the help of

Sumner surfers he called his

“surrogate family.”

Williams said the mural, which

was originally intended to accompany

the ​Single Fin Mingle

surf competition last weekend,

gained deeper meaning in the

context of the mosque shootings.

The artist from Maine said he

wanted to use his art to become

part of the heartening response

shown from New Zealand in the

wake of tragedy.

“I just thought If I had the opportunity

to bring a little bit of

light to a dark situation why not,”

he said.

Williams said he was overwhelmed

by the reaction from

New Zealand.

“Coming from the States I

think it is enormously inspiring,”

he said.

“Not only in the response of

gun legislation change but also

in the way of responding to the

individuals affected with love

rather than looking to retaliate,

a much more human response I

feel, this is how we really should

be doing it in the States.”

Williams also sold some of his

art at the Single Fin Mingle surf

festival.

He donated a large portion

of the profits made from his art

towards the victim support fund.

Joe’s Garage Sumner owner

operator Callum Brownlee said

the mural has been well received

by customers.

“Everyone is saying it looks

really cool, it brings a little bit of

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Surfing mural has deeper meaning

UNITY: American artist Ty Williams said the mural showcased the strength of Sumner’s surfing

community.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

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a pop into the village. It is really

neat because next to us we have

got our big empty plot of land

which is a bit of an eyesore so it is

good to have something creative

there to brighten up the space,”

he said.

Cottage repairs likely to start next month

• By Louis Day

PROGRESS IS being made

with the repair of Jeannie’s

Cottage in Akaroa.

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge said repairs

had been approved and pricing

of the work was being finalised.

However, he could not provide

an exact start date for the repairs.

“The contract hasn’t been let

yet, so it really is too early to

provide a start date. All going

well, it is hoped that work may

start at the beginning to middle

of May,” he said.

The cottage at 40 Rue Jolie

was built in the late 1870s.

The expression of interest

process has closed and the

future use of the building will

not be determined until a report

is presented to the Banks

Peninsula Community Board

in May.

The Akaroa Civic Trust did

not want to comment without

knowing what the extent of the

repairs would be.

However, the trust did

previously express concerns

that the cottage was getting

to a point beyond repair in

December.

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in 1954.

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crayons.

Budding young artist

GOOD NEWS! After a

standard “where is my

food?” tantrum I found my

mouse.

Vittoria’s tantrum, not

mine, just to be clear.

My morning routine

generally consists of

dragging myself out of

bed while Vittoria causes

chaos out of reach before

struggling to get both her

and my breakfasts ready

before her hungry tantrum

kicks in.

It’s surprising how

much you sweat when a

small child is screaming

into the kitchen while you

try and let your wife sleep

in.

So last Friday, as I “took

too long” to get her Weet-

Bix and fruit ready, Vittoria

took to pulling apart the

shoe rack to teach me a

lesson.

Normally I’d step in to

stop it, but in the interest

of expediency I decided to

just put it all back together

after we’d eaten.

Lo and behold,

underneath the running

shoes I definitely only talk

about using was my mouse.

Thank the lord.

This week, Vittoria got

her first set of crayons.

They’re out of reach when

she’s not under strict

supervision.

The walls in our rental

property are cream, I

intend for them to stay that

way.

Laura managed to get her

to draw onto a pad while I

was out a couple of weeks

ago and we hung it on the

fridge.

I’ve finally reached that

stage of life. So we got her

the crayons in the interest

of seeing her be able to

artistically express herself

more often.

I don’t know artists

because I’m a complete

philistine, but she’s just

like that classical artist

who would pour so much

VITTORIA

& Matt

passion into their art that

they eventually tear it up

and eat some of it.

So we have one more

masterpiece on the fridge

so far.

In regards to my

morning routine, I will be

enjoying my first sleep-in

in some time on Sunday.

I’m going away for the

dragon boat nationals

at Lake Karapiro from

Thursday evening to

Sunday night.

It’ll be the longest

time I’ve been away

from Vittoria, so there’s

a tinge of sadness to my

excitement.

•Former Bay Harbour

News journalist

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dad. We follow

his journey weekly.

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News

PAY UP: Akaroa

residents are

calling for

cruise ships to

be charged $5

per passenger

to fund

infrastructure in

the town.

Support for Akaroa passenger levy

• By Louis Day

AKAROA RESIDENTS are

calling for the city council

to charge cruise ships $5 per

passenger to fund infrastructure.

The city council will not be

able to do this through a levy, but

could increase its berthing fees.

By the end of March,

the city council had

made $942,417 from

its existing berthing

fees for the 2018/2019

season. How much

of this will be put

into infrastructure

in Akaroa is yet to be

determined.

If the city council charged

cruise ships $5 per passenger

this season on top of its current

berthing fees, it would make an

additional $959,970 by the end

of this season based on projected

passenger numbers. ​

City council head of parks

Andrew

Rutledge

Andrew Rutledge said providing

and maintaining Akaroa’s

infrastructure is a core city

council function.

He said $400,000 of forecasted

revenue from the next cruise ship

season, which starts on October

5, has been allocated towards

infrastructure

in the town.

Mr Rutledge

said the

money would

go towards

the Akaroa

wharf and

other onshore

services.

However,

Akaroa Civic Trust chairman

Mike Norris, who came up with

the idea to charge cruise ships

$5 per passenger, said $400,000

would not go very far.

“Sea walls, road maintenance,

we have also got to deal with

a very expensive issue of the

Mike Norris

sewage as well, not to mention

the construction of the health

hub. Akaroa is very expensive to

maintain,” he said.

Banks Peninsula city

councillor and Deputy Mayor

Andrew Turner was not against

the idea. “Given the discussions

that have become

increasingly prevalent

about the need for more

infrastructure around

Akaroa, the idea for a

berthing fee increase

is possibly one way we

could look at dealing

with infrastructure

requirements,” he said.

The idea to increase

berthing fees has also been

supported by the Akaroa

Ratepayers and Residents

Association. “The berthing

fee increase would go towards

satisfying the needs of local

people and the tourism industry,”

said president Harry Stronach.

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Infrastructure for cruise

ships criticised in survey

•From page 1

“This (Akaroa Issues

Working) Group continues to

identify the major maintenance

issues in Akaroa and report

them to the (Banks Peninsula)

Community Board and to act as

an advisory group to city council

staff on maintenance matters.”

Mr Stronach said the way the

city council has dealt with cruise

ships in Akaroa contributed to

residents’ dissatisfaction.

However, the city council

spokesperson said the

survey was not a complete

representation of Akaroa

residents.

“​The residents’ association

survey presents one view of

Economic impact of cruise

ship visits on Akaroa

•In Akaroa, 34 per cent

of transactions were from

Christchurch residents and 66

per cent from visitors.

•This equates to $14 million

per year spent by visitors in

the township (out of a total

spend of $20.8 million).

•Of this, international

visitors spent $7.3 million (156

per cent growth since 2015),

domestic visitors spent $3.5

million (107 per cent growth

since 2015) and non-local

Christchurch and Canterbury

residents spent $2.3 million

the impact of cruise ship visits.

However, we are aware this

is not a view that is shared by

all in the Akaroa community.

ChristchurchNZ has received a

petition, signed by 310 business

owners or residents, to “provide

support to the cruise lines” and

make it clear that they are “very

welcome to visit Akaroa.”

Eighty per cent of respondents

from the survey said

infrastructure for cruise ships

was inadequate. Sixty-nine per

cent felt the number of cruise

ships should be limited, with the

average number proposed being

40 per year – less than half of the

92 cruise ships scheduled in the

2018-2019 season.

(104 per cent growth since

2015).

•Of the visitor spend, 81.4

per cent of this is attributable

to cruise ship passengers

(based on a comparison of

cruise passenger data with

accommodation data).

•This is a total spend of

$8.8 million by cruise ship

visitors in Akaroa, representing

42 per cent of the total

amount of money spent in the

town.

•Akaroa represents the

largest proportion of the visitor

economy spend in Banks

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Your Local Views

​Look out for

each other

Port Hills

National

list MP Nuk

Korako

reminds

readers to

look out for

loved ones in the aftermath

of the March 15 terror

attacks

Kiwis are well-known for their

resilience and to be fair, in our

region we have experienced a

great deal these past nine years,

including the recent events of

March 15.

Generally we are great at getting

on with it but it is important for

us all to keep an eye on whanau,

friends and neighbours. The new

All Right campaign allright.org.

nz reminds us that in tough times

there are agencies and people who

can assist and support us. I take

my hat off to our local emergency

services including our medical

staff and teachers for their commitment

to our communities during

difficult times. It’s more than

a job to them as they have the best

interests of us all at heart.

Autumn is certainly starting

to show its golden hue on the

foliage around the Port Hills and

bays, reminding us that the cooler

months are ahead. We have a lot

to look forward to in the coming

months with school holidays approaching,

as are Easter and Anzac

Day. A milestone for Sumner,

Lyttelton and Christchurch was

the re-opening of the 2.6km link

connecting Sumner and Lyttelton

over Evans Pass. It is great to see

residents, businesses and cyclists

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In spite of the cooler weather we

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and Level 3 water restrictions until

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Linwood-

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Darrell

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They say that insurance is like

a parachute, if it isn’t there the

first time chances are you won’t

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The problem is the insurance

parachute now seems to have

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Local residents are facing an

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Others examples I have on file

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residents from their insurance

provider declining future cover.

The good old Kiwi attitude of

‘love thy neighbour’ is taking a

battering from insurers. Previously

risk assessment tended to

Kenn Poulsen responds to

last week’s Bay Harbour

News article about

Diamond Harbour residents

being unhappy with the

new navigation aids

lighting up the harbour and

their living rooms at night

In reference to the article about

local Diamond Harbour residents

being “up in arms.”

If your paper had been dated

April 1, I could have seen the

humour in this article.

However, if this is indeed a

serious article about some local

folk expressing their outrage at

the temerity of the Lyttelton Port

Company to actually be improving

shipping safety –well, I don’t

know what to say, without being

offensive.

be spread across New Zealand.

Insurance companies are now

pricing earthquake, coastal and

other hazards on a risk-based

modelling approach.

Some of us live in coastal

hazard locations. However, all

Christchurch ratepayers and

New Zealanders are exposed to

risks of one sort or another.

The message from Commerce

and Consumer Affairs Minister

Perhaps the good folk of

Diamond Harbour can band

together to insist the township of

Lyttelton turn off all their lights

at night.

It is rather bright over that side

Kris Faafoi is that the issue of

accessibility to insurance cover

wasn’t bad enough for him to

justify stepping in.

“We’re a long way away from

intervention, but we’re obviously

watching it very carefully,

because risks [around climate

change and more severe weather

events] are increasing,” he said.

“Insurance cover for kiwis is

extremely important to the

Fire rages, homes at risk

Government.”

If insurance cover is important

to the Minister and the Government,

then intervention is

needed now. Families are being

impacted and the social repercussions

are high.

Buying a home is part of the

Kiwi dream. Accessible and cost

effective house insurance can

determine successful purchase or

sale of a house.

In such uncertain times insurers

should not exclusively decide

annual premiums. Why? Because

they made headlines in 2018 as

their moves to “price premiums

sent premiums through the

roof.’’

The risk needs to be managed.

central government, insurers,

re-insurers, local councils and

banks need to work together to

ensure the availability of cost effective

insurance for all families.

So much depends on it.

The time to act is now.

of the harbour, after dark.

And of course, no portside

work at night, all that noise

– plus any after-dark sailings

should be cancelled.

For that matter, I can hear aircraft

approaching Christchurch

Airport at night on a nor’west

breeze, so we must insist that all

flights are cancelled after dark,

as well.

And now that the Sumner Rd

is finally open again between

Lyttelton and Sumner – all those

pesky, bright car lights driving

around the hills at night – why,

this will have to come to an end

immediately.

At some stage, modern life and

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those new-fangled inventions

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How long to sell?

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Homeowners coming to the market are asking more

questions about the market, including the time it takes

to sell. In January this year Canterbury figures were

recorded as 56 days to sell and in February it was 54.

March figures haven’t been released yet but I suspect

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It’s hard to pin-point an exact reason because we are

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2 weekends! Interest rates are at an historical low with

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price of petrol at the pump has eased somewhat in the

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Wellbeing & Beauty

Wednesday April 10 2019

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

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HIGHS AND

LOWS: The

first XI finished

mid table in the

championship.

Sumner cricket wrap-up

Sumner cricket

club captain

Dan Vann wraps

up the cricket

season

SO THAT’S it for

the 2018/19 season. It has been

another enjoyable and successful

season in a number of ways. It

has been awesome to welcome so

many new players to the club and

they have slotted in very well.

•The first XI

(championship): The

first XI had a mixed season,

many personal milestones

and achievements and lots of

growth from young players.

Unfortunately, lack of consistency

and being on the wrong side of

many tight matches meant they

finished mid to lower table. Tom

Davie, our overseas player from

England, has been outstanding

with the bat scoring more than

500 runs, including a maiden

100. Michael Newton-Vesty had

an impressive first half of the

season with the bat, averaging

more than 50 before Christmas.

George Moore, who we sadly

lost after Christmas due to a

new job, was the rock of our

batting and scored close to 400

runs in half a season, including

a maiden century for Sumner.

After Christmas, Brett Taylor

had a huge surge in runs scoring

a tonne and two fifties in three

weeks. Jonny Percasky was

again the leading wicket-taker

with more than 40, including an

SPORT

impressive 6-53 on the last day.

Dan Vann closely followed and

also took career best figures of

6-6. We look forward to seeing

how the younger players develop

and perform next season.

•The Mighty (division

three): Another outstanding

season from The Mighty. Consistent

performances meant they

were the top side in the league

and took out the major trophy

at the end of the round-robin.

A slip-up in the final meant

they finished second in the

minor trophy. Josh Hurrell again

cleaned up with the ball, taking

more than 50 wickets, including

a 7-9; Simon Turner led the

run-scoring closely followed by

Regan Cantwell and Jeremy Boyd

who both scored tonnes as well.

We look forward to another solid

season from our most consistent

team in the club for some time

now.

•The Blues (division four):

The Blues were largely made up

of new players to the club with

some stalwarts returning, led

by Marcus Thompson after he

retired from the first XI. Before

Christmas, the Blues were struggling

somewhat with only a

couple of wins, but a lot of tight

losses, mainly due to lack of runs

to defend. After Christmas, they

saw the return of ex-Sumner first

XI player, Todd Burnett, who was

a great acquisition and was consistent

with bat and ball. Some

other players found their feet and

wins began to come more often.

The competition was extremely

close so there was always a hope

of sneaking into the finals and

they eventually managed to finish

third. They then convincingly

won their semi by eight wickets

and the final by nine wickets. An

outstanding result for our newest

team. Marcus Thompson was

the rock of the Blues batting (463

runs at 38.6) and Simar Kang

the enforcer with the ball (42

wickets at 8.9), both leading the

comp respectively. Many other

players made good contributions

throughout.

•The Presidents: The Pressies

had another great year. They

were always there or thereabouts

each week, picking up wins

far more consistently than last

season. Eventually, they finished

the round-robin in third, which

meant they played a full round

against the top four sides and

managed to beat a very strong

St Albans for the first time. On

the last day, if they beat East

Shirley they would have shared

the silverware but Easts were too

strong on the day so they finished

third overall. Skipper Paul Russell

scored more than 500 runs,

closely followed by Ben Yock, who

notched up 500. Wickets were

shared around with Jashwinder

Singh at the top with 20.

Heathcote hands out

senior and junior awards

HEATHCOTE celebrated the

end of the cricket season over

the weekend at their senior

prize-giving.

The prize-giving followed the

junior event, which was held the

previous weekend. Heathcote

had 11 senior sides competing

this summer. The club’s premier

side won promotion to the

metro premiership – becoming

the first club to do so since the

new promotion/relegation system

was implemented.

Highlights included overseas

import Tom Payne taking 52

wickets and scoring 465 runs.

Ben Cochrane was the top

wicket-taker with 56, while Matt

House was the top run-scorer

with 700.

In the junior ranks, the winner

of the John Garry Trophy for

most runs over the whole junior

club and the Valley Inn Trophy

for most wickets in the whole

club was Joshua McIlrath with

435 runs and 20 wickets. It was

the first time the same junior

has won both. Issac Russell and

Liam Hall got a place on the

junior honours board for taking

hat tricks.

•Senior awards:

The Doc Halliday Trophy

(most improved lower grades)

– Ashley Whittaker

The Price Cup (most

improved all grades) – Ross

Waters

The Dean Calvert Cup (best

under-21 player) – James

Rennie

The Maurie Bailey Cup (all

round sportsmanship) – Jordan

Horrell

The Keith Petheram Cup (two

day best fielder) – Tom Payne

The Keith Petheram Cup

(one day best fielder) –

Mohammad Safi

The Trevor Mintrom Trophy

(best bowler at the club) –

Qudrat Miyakhel

The Keith Bate Trophy

(best ladies bowler) – Ashley

Whittaker

The Robert Hay Cup (best

batting performance) –

Anthony Batstone

The Sarge Wilson Cup

(best ladies batter) – Ashely

Whittaker

The Presidents Cup (best allrounder)

– Tom Payne

The Alf Smit Trophy (the

most sixes) – Jordan Horrell

The Maurie Collier Cup (best

ladies all-rounder) – Ashley

Whittaker

The Mick Deavoll Cup (best

bowling performance) – Marek

Bungard

The Lowe Cup (highest

individual batting performance)

– Matthew House

The Jubilee Cup (most

wickets) – Ben Cochrane

The Wayne Ward Cup (club

member contribution) – David

Stack

The John Brooks Trophy

(club member contributes

most to club) – Natalie Wiki

Arapeta

The Chatterbox Trophy – Ben

Cochrane

The County Councillors Cup

(club member contribution,

voted on the night) – David

Stack

The Kit Chambers Trophy

(first XI most wickets) – Ben

Cochrane

The Thomson Cup (first XI

most runs) – Matthew House

The Corliss Cup (team

highest in grade) – split

between the first XI and the

Afghan Associations team

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SPORT

Missed opportunities

again costly for Sumner

HONOURS: Georgia Matheson and Sue Cooke (right) won the

doubles title in a tight 6-4 final against Charli and Jo Watts. ​

Redcliffs tennis champs

REDCLIFFS CLUB members

provided some great tennis at

their annual senior and junior

club championships held over the

past two weekends.

In the senior’s championship

club head coach Jack Tiller took

home both the men’s singles and

doubles titles. In the singles final

he defeated reigning men’s champion

Andy Matheson 6-3.

In the doubles, Tiller and

Hamish France combined to win

their final against youngsters

Harvey Watts and Finlay Murray

9-1.

In the women’s singles Charli

Watts came out victorious by

defeating reigning club champion

Kirsten Cruickshank 6-0 in the

final.

Meanwhile, Georgia Matheson

and Sue Cooke successfully

regained the doubles title by

narrowly beating Charli and Jo

Watts 6-4.

In the junior’s championship

played at the weekend boys

singles titles went to Tate Aikawa

in the 12 and under and James

Lodder in the 10 and under. The

boys open doubles title was won

by Hamish France and Adrian

France Zac.

Girls singles titles went to

Charli Watts in the open girls,

Grace McGregor in the 12 and

under and Billie Feaver-Banks in

the 10 and under. Girls doubles

titles were won by Zoe Robinson

and Georgia Eden in the open

girls, Amelia Willis and Lotta

Bennett in the 12 and under,

and Bille Feaver-Banks and Zoe

Willis in the 10 and under.

The under-10 mixed doubles

title went to Zoe Willis and

Tobey Elvy.

• By Gordon Findlater

FAILING TO take advantage

of two good opportunities in

the opening 10min against

Shirley on Saturday has seen

Sumner slump to their second

loss in the premier metro rugby

competition.

Sumner fell 12-18 at Burwood

Park in their second straight

loss to begin the season in what

coach Martin Dodgson described

as a game where his side

gave away as many turnovers

as should be expected in four

matches.

There were two silver linings

from the weekend with the

side’s defensive effort improving

ten-fold on their opening round

loss to Christchurch. With five

frontline forwards unavailable

the club were also able to field a

strong side with numbers on the

rise this year.

“We actually had too many

players available for the division

two side. Last year we’d struggle

to make up 15 players for the

division two side and a few of

them would then have to sit on

the bench for division one,” said

Dodgson.

The average age of Sumner’s

starting 15 against Shirley was

also given a massive boost by

Robbie Timo who continued to

defy his years by starting at prop

just over a month shy of his 50th

birthday.

On Saturday, Sumner host

IN SPACE: Winger Reuben Cotter breaks the Shirley line on his

way to scoring one of Sumner’s two tries.

PHOTO: ROZELLE MAY ​

their first home game of the

season at St Leonards Park

against Marist Albion. They

will also break in a rejuvenated

club and changing rooms after a

working bee was held on Sunday

to upgrade the clubrooms. The

work included new paint and

carpets.

A big turnout of old boys is

also expected for the match

to celebrate the 10-year

anniversary of the clubs

division two winning side

which granted Sumner’s

promotion into the premier

division for the first time in

2010.

Ava rips through field to

take Kaikoura grom titles

TAYLORS MISTAKE’S Ava

Henderson ripped through

an experienced field of surfers

to claim the under-16 and 18

divisions at the Kaikoura grom

comp over the weekend.

Ava, 13, posted a 10.7 point

heat total in the final of the

girls division to hold off her

step-sister Estella Hungerford,

who finished with 10.2 points.

Ava left her run late to claim the

win. Double finalists Natasha

Gouldsbury from Taranaki and

Liv Haysom from Piha finished

in third and fourth respectively.

Ava, Natasha and Liv all

contested a very tight under-16

division final, alongside Leah

Wilson. Ava managed her

second win of the day, while

Natasha went one better than

the 18s with a runner-up finish.

Leah finished third in the final

with Liv in fourth.

The Kaikoura grom

competition was the sixth event

of the New Zealand grom series

and doubled as the final event of

the South Island series, which

attracted a hefty field of surfers

from around the country.

The solid 1.5m swell endured

by competitors on Saturday

MAKING WAVES: Ava Henderson, 13, took out the under-16

and 18 divisions at the Kaikoura grom comp.

decreased overnight to a clean

1m swell with solid set waves

still pulsing in, but certainly a

more manageable line up than

day one.

The final rankings of the

South Island Grom Series were

also confirmed after the event in

which Henderson won both the

under-18 and 16 age groups.

Sumner athletes

enjoy success at

Verdeco Park run

Sumner

Running

Club coach

Lisa Brignull

reports on the

Verdeco Park

Tai Tapu Run

Festival on

Sunday

STARTED IN 1979 and held

with the goal of fundraising for

the New Brighton Olympic Club

and the running community at

large, the Verdeco Park Tai Tapu

Run Festival has now become an

event which serious athletes often

use as a training run prior to

marathons or half-marathons.

However, from the original

16km competitive event, the

festival has grown to support

the strong relationship between

mental health and staying active.

This is why the event not only

features a nationally-recognised

(now 15km instead of 16km) race

but also a 15km fun run for those

who wish to push their limits in a

less competitive way.

The four male Sumner

athletes crossed the line in very

impressive times, with Chris

Dunell finishing second overall

in a time of 49min 38sec; Nathan

Jones fourth overall in a time of

52min 2sec; Ben Aynsley fifth

overall in a time of 52min 18sec;

and Paul Timothy sixth overall

in a time of 52min 23sec.

The two female Sumner

athletes did the club proud too,

with Lisa Brignull finishing

fifth overall and first in her age

category in a time of 1hr 36sec

and Robyn Perkins finishing

seventh overall and first in her

age category in a time of 1hr

9min 34sec.

The Sumner Running Club is

looking forward to Saturday and

the inaugural run of the season

– the Hagley Park Memorial four

person relay race.

This is a great early season

event on a flat course in beautiful

surroundings.

Sumner is also looking forward

to having a huge number of

athletes representing the club at

this event.


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Black Commodore at home on racetrack

Motoring

Ross Kiddie

I’M RELUCTANT to turn down

any invitation that involves laps

on a racetrack.

So when Holden New Zealand

asked me if I would like to spend

a morning at Pukekohe Raceway

with other media, and former

race car driver Greg Murphy

in attendance, I jumped at the

opportunity.

The cars we were to drive were

variations of the new ZB-series

Commodore, both four-cylinder

and V6 models, coinciding with

the first anniversary of its launch

here.

To mark the occasion, Holden

has also issued a limited release

Black Edition variant. It has a

special collection of aesthetic

adornments available in just 40

units throughout April, and is

a no-cost option on the sport

liftback models 2-litre and 3.6-

litre V6.

Notably, the pack includes

black facia inserts, black grille

surrounds, black grille wings,

black window surrounds and

Black Edition badging.

The new Commodore lands

here with three engine variations.

There are two four-cylinder

2-litre models, one petrol and

one diesel, and the V6 which

has four-wheel-drive. The

four-cylinder units are both

turbocharged and drive through

the front wheels only.

While the drivelines are vastly

different to what Commodore

owners have previously enjoyed,

there are both wagon and liftback

options along with varying grade

levels. There are 12 models in the

line-up, this evaluation focuses

on the V6 RS-V liftback.

The new European-sourced

Commodore is everything big car

owners will relate to, it is quiet,

comfortable and in V6 form

it is very powerful, although it

took me a while to get my head

around the fact that it is fourwheel-drive

and the engine sits

transversely under the bonnet,

in contrast to its Aussie-built

predecessors which all had

longitudinal configurations.

Developing 235kW and

381Nm, the engine is strong

and delivers with a nice sound,

it isn’t overbearing, but you can

tell it is an angry, feisty unit

which likes to work hard. Of

course, being a large capacity V6

it doesn’t have to hunt towards

the high end of the rev band, it is

hooked to a conventional ninespeed

automatic transmission

HOLDEN COMMODORE BLACK EDITION: Four-wheel-drive

enhances grip for road or track.

that works to keep the revs low,

changing early so that fuel use

is minimised. On that subject,

Holden claim an 8.9l/100km

(32mpg) combined cycle average

for the V6.

The driveline is wonderful, it

is silky smooth in all areas and

provides that large car power

that we have come to expect

from Commodore. At open road

speed, movement is hushed and it

glides over road ripples balanced

and poised.

A lot of the latter is due to

the all-drive system, the new

Commodore feels controlled

and tight in the chassis. Saying

that, the suspension is absorbent,

the spring and damper rates are

biased towards moderate and

the in-cabin ride is glorious. It

also cruises beautifully on the

highway, it has poise, balance and

a high level of comfort.

When pushed into the quick

corners on the Pukekohe track,

surety within the floorpan

provides confidence, there is a

lot of feedback from what the

tyres are doing in relation to

the track surface, and sitting on

high quality sport specification

Continental rubber (245/45 x

18in) there is a lot of natural

grip and directional stability on

offer. And with ‘Murph’ guiding

journalists to the best lines and

apexes, the Commodore does

reflect sporty performance.

A lot of that also has to do

with the development work

Holden Australia did with the

Commodore for the down under

market.

Of course, it is also about

replicating the large car profile we

are used to as buyers, and it does

that brilliantly. Not only is there

a huge area to spread around

inside, there is alsogenerous load

space.

In RS-V specification, the

V6 liftback sits at $58,990. For

• Price – Holden

Commodore RS-V liftback,

$58,990

• Dimensions – Length,

4897mm; width, 1863mm;

height, 1455mm

• Configuration – V6,

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235kW, 381Nm, nine-speed

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• Performance –

0-100km/h, 7.8sec

• Fuel usage – 8.9l/100km

that money it comes with a

high degree of specification,

major items include full leather

trim with heated seats, MyLink

infotainment network, head-up

display, paddle-shift transmission

selectors and satellite navigation.

Of course, the new generation

Commodore also qualifies for

a five-star Australasian New

Car Assessment Program safety

rating.

Even though it is different in

many areas, General Motors

has done well to make the new

Commodore feel like what a

buyer would expect from the

nameplate. I’d go as far as to

say it has done that well, it feels

very Commodore-like and it

is a pleasurable drive for all

occupants.

For anyone contemplating a

Commodore purchase and likes

what the Black Edition has to

offer, you had better be quick. It’s

not likely to be a model that will

sit around on showroom floors.


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Email louis.day@starmedia.kiwi by 5pm

each Wednesday

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

Centre

Social Games Club

Monday, 10-11.30am

This free session is for people

who enjoy playing board

games, such as scrabble, chess,

or rummikub. No bookings

required.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

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,

quilting, handicrafts, making

dolls, teddy bears and spinning.

Akaroa Library

Create and Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Enjoy some company while

creating. Take your project or get

some inspiration. Cost is $3 to

cover morning tea. Phone Beth

for more information on 022 678

1252.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Loopy Tunes Preschool Music

Tuesdays during school term

time at Sumner, 9.30am, and

Redcliffs, 10.30am

Each 30min session is followed

by a playtime for the children.

All children aged up to five years,

plus their parents/caregivers, are

welcome. Cost is $2 per child.

For more information, phone Siu

Williams-Lemi on 022 632 6140.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre, and Uniting Church hall,

4 Augusta St, Redcliffs

Sumner Bridge Club

Monday, 7.15pm, or

Go along to a Technology Help Session on Monday, 2-3pm. If you need help using your

computer, smartphone, iPad or tablet, go along to a free drop-in session. Learn to use

email, search the internet, use the library catalogue, eBooks and other computer functions.

Take your devices or use one of the library computers. This free event requires no bookings.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre.

Wednesday, 12.45pm

Do you play bridge? Go along

and join the Sumner Bridge Club.

For more information please

phone Julie on 027 434 6678.

57 Dryden St

Nature’s Beauty: Landscape,

Flora, Fauna

Friday, Saturday and Sunday,

10am-4pm

An exhibition of original

paintings by Paul Brocklebank,

and paintings and prints by

botanical artist Jo Ewing. Have

a look around historic Stoddart

Cottage at the same time.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery,

2a Waipapa Ave, Diamond

Harbour

Mt Pleasant Tennis Club

Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, and

Saturday, 9am-4pm

The Mt Pleasant Tennis Club is

looking for both new junior and

senior members. Casual players

are also welcome. For more

information, call club captain

Jeff Long Clubs on 384 8463.

11 Quarry Rd, Mt Pleasant

Evening of peace songs

Thursday, 7-9pm

The Sumner Rockers of Ages

Choir will host the Wellington

Gale Force Gospel Choir. Entry

is free, but there will be a ‘koha’

box for donations to the Victim

Support fund.

Sumner Bridge Club, 57

Dryden St

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WITH MARY IN FAITH

TĀTOU KO MERE E WHAKAPONO ANA

A NEW MARIAN COLLEGE FOR 2023

MESSAGE FROM

THE BOARD

The Marian College Board is pleased

to share the Bishop’s decision to

relocate Marian College to north west

Christchurch on a three hectare site.

Our new College will neighbour St

Joseph’s Primary School on land

bordered by Vagues Road, Main North

Road and Northcote Road, with the main

entrance off Lydia Street.

The new school is projected to cost in

excess of $20 million and students are

expected to start in February 2023.

The Bishop said finding a new home for

Marian College has always been one of

his main priorities. The purchase of the

former Foodstuffs warehouse property on

Northcote Road has made this possible.

He indicated scoping and design work

will begin ready for when possession of

the land takes place in April 2021.

The news is exciting and very positive

for Marian College and the changes are

going to further strengthen and grow our

Catholic community.

Thank you to the Bishop on behalf of

Marian College for his commitment to

our future, and to the Catholic Diocese

of Christchurch for its steady support

over the years.

The Catholic Bishop of Christchurch, Paul

Martin and Marian College Principal Mary-

Lou Davidson visiting Marian College’s

new Papanui site.

Thank you also to our school community

for your loyalty and patience and to all

the schools, businesses and communities

who have supported Marian since the

earthquakes. It means a lot to us.

We look forward to the challenges the

next four years bring us and to having

closer working relationships with St

Joseph’s School Papanui and our brother

school St Bede’s College.

Tātou ko Mere e whakapono ana

With Mary in faith

Jan Paterson

Marian College Board of Trustees Chair

SOME OF YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

What will the new school look like?

It is too early to say just yet. What we do know is that we intend to ensure the Catholic

special character, values, heritage and story of Marian is incorporated and reflected in our

new school’s grounds and buildings. While we are fortunate to be getting a new school –

the heart of Marian College will remain the same.

Our new Forde Block (Social Sciences and Careers), which opened at the beginning

of this year, combines the best of traditional and open-plan classroom settings within a

multi-functional and sound-proof learning environment. So far, the feedback from students

and teachers has been positive, so it’s likely our new school will have similarly designed

classrooms.

Will there be opportunities for input into the new school?

Yes. We will be engaging with our school community and gathering ideas in coming

months.

Why is it taking until 2023 to get a new school?

The newly purchased site is currently tenanted and the lease expires in 2021. The Catholic

Diocese of Christchurch will then take possession of the land. In the meantime, there will

be valuable time for consultation, scoping and design work, before construction starts.

Will travel to and from the new school be more difficult?

Our new site is conveniently located on main arterial roads including QEII Drive and the

ring road to Eastern and seaside suburbs, Main North Road through to North Canterbury

as well as the Orbiter bus route. Connecting cycleways include the Papanui Parallel

Cycleway, Northern Line Cycleway and QEII Shared Cycleway.

By the time our new school is ready, the Christchurch Northern Corridor will be open. It is

expected this road will significantly reduce traffic volumes on Main North Road – by up to

50 per cent. It will also create an opportunity for the city council to make changes to Main

North Road resulting in improved public transport journey times.

Access to transport is an important part of our planning. We are confident that our families

will have suitable transport options for students travelling from more than 30 of our feeder

primary schools - families living in Central and East Christchurch, the seaside suburbs and

North Canterbury.

My daughter is currently a senior student at Marian – will she feel left out?

A wonderful aspect of Marian College is how supportive and understanding our school

community is through periods of change. We often say: “once a Marian girl, always a

Marian girl”. Marian College will be making every effort to include all students in the

shaping of our new school - regardless of whether they will be attending. We are asking

past students and staff of Marian College and also our founding schools St Mary’s College

(Christchurch) and McKillop College, to provide valuable input into what the new school

will look like.

Register on the school website www.mariancollege.school.nz/About-1/Past-StudentsStaff

to be kept up-to-date.

We welcome your questions

Please check the school website and follow us on Facebook. If we haven’t answered

what you need to know – email exec@mariancollege.school.nz and we will respond to

your question as soon as possible.

Left: Indicative location of the new Marian

College site in Papanui.

Above and below:

Marian College students and staff respond

to the wonderful news.

Haere mai! Talofa lava!

Welcome!

You are invited to

Marian College

For more details visit

mariancollege.school.nz

facebook.com/mariancollegechch

www.mariancollege.school.nz |03 385 8449 | exec@mariancollege.school.nz | follow us! www.facebook.com/mariancollegechch


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