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Members of the Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust and volunteers from Conservation New Zealand relax following the Mother of All Clean Ups on Saturday.

About 3.6-tonnes of rubbish was removed from the estuary and the rivers that feed into it. Trust chairman Kit Doudney said the clean-up would be beneficial to

the ecosystem. “It will stop human-made polluting products getting into the environment. Plastics and other forms of rubbish can have a massive effect on birds,

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Opposition to seaplane plan mounts

• By Louis Day

DIAMOND Harbour residents

have joined the growing

opposition to the plan to bring

seaplanes to Lyttelton Harbour.

The Civil Aviation Authority

is seeking feedback on Rangiorabased

company Peninsula Air

Ltd’s plan to construct a waterdrome

in the harbour.

The 1km runway would be

located between Rapaki and

Quail Island and would provide

seaplanes with an area to take off

and land and from where people

could be taken on scenic tours of

the peninsula.

The Diamond Harbour Community

Association has made a

submission to the CAA detailing

their concerns over the plan.

“We are concerned about the

effects on other users of the harbour

such as waka ama, kayaks,

swimmers, yachts, motorboats,

the list goes on,” said association

chairman Richard Suggate.

Mr Suggate said they also had

concerns over noise.

“All in all it is just another

intrusion into the harbour and

effect on people, wildlife and

our amenity which is just for the

profit of a company and to the

benefit of cruise ship passengers.”

The Lyttelton Community

Association is also in opposition

to the seaplanes.

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Wednesday May 15 2019

from the reporter’s desk

FANTASTIC TO see such a tremendous turnout at the Mother

Of All Clean Ups over the weekend.

As Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust chairman Kit

Doudney said, the rubbish removed will go a long way in

protecting bird life in the estuary.

Also interesting to see that Diamond Harbour residents have

joined the growing opposition to plans to bring seaplanes to

Lyttelton Harbour.

When I first came across the plan, I thought there would be a

bit of excitement throughout the harbour communities.

However, this has not been the case with the residents and

business owners I have spoken to voicing concerns over noise

and the impact on the environment.

It should be interesting to see how this plan progresses after

facing such fierce public opposition.

- Louis Day

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Long wait for pedestrian crossing

• By Louis Day

REDCLIFFS residents are

disappointed a pedestrian

crossing near the entrance of

Barnett Park will not be installed

for five years.

City council planning and

delivery transport manager

Lynette Ellis said work on a

crossing in the area was not

scheduled until

the financial year

of 2024.

Redcliffs

Residents

Association

president

Christine Toner

Christine

Toner

said it was far too

long to wait and

saw the absence of

a pedestrian crossing as a safety

issue.

“That is very disappointing,”

she said.

“The parents I have spoken to

talk about it being very difficult

crossing the Main Rd to get to

Barnett Park.”

There is only one other

pedestrian crossing in the area,

which is 240m away from the

entrance of the park.

Association member and

transport adviser Darren Fidler

said a pedestrian crossing in the

area would provide a vital link

between the Coastal Pathway and

the park.

“Barnett Park is obviously a

great community asset it has

some of the only public toilets

along the Coastal Pathway from

Ferrymead to when you get into

Sumner,” Dr Fidler said.

“It’s also about perceived safety,

you want to be encouraging

active modes of transport.”

Heathcote Ward city councillor

Sara Templeton did not see the

pedestrian crossing as a priority.

“I don’t think it [Barnett Park

pedestrian crossing] is urgent,

I think that getting the Coastal

Pathway work done around

Moncks Bay is more urgent and

that is where I have been focusing

on because there is no footpath in

that area,” she said.

Cr Templeton said both

projects could possibly be

SAFETY ISSUE:

A pedestrian

crossing near

the entrance

of Barnett Park

will not be

installed until

2024.

prioritised.

“They come under different

projects so if the Barnett

Park one could potentially be

prioritised in the minor safety

improvements programme.”

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Fire rages, homes at risk

RESCUE FROM YACHT

Two people had to be winched to

safety yesterday after their yacht

began sinking off the coast of

the Banks Peninsula. A police

spokeswoman said a flare was

spotted between Otanerito Bay

and Sleepy Bay at about 9.20am.

A rescue helicopter was sent

shortly after and the crew found

two people in an orange life raft

near Sleepy Bay.

NEW PUMP STATION

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Bay is now online. The station is

now pumping all of Governors

Bay’s treated wastewater – an

average of 136,000-litres per

day – through a new submarine

pipeline to Lyttelton. At

Lyttelton it is being treated

temporarily at the Cashin

Quay pump station until the

$53 million Lyttelton Harbour

Wastewater Project is completed.

MANAGEMENT PLANS

Management plans for Misty

Peaks and Te Oka Reserve

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News

e Redcliffs Law Office is farewelling its long

established lawyer Michael Toomey.

MICHAEL, who has been a

lawyer for over 40 years and has

been responsible for the running

and provision of legal services

from the Redcliffs Law Office at

186 Main Road for the last 28

years, is in the process of retiring.

“e time has come for me to

pursue other activities outside of

legal practice,” said Michael. “I

have thoroughly enjoyed a wide

and diverse variety of clients and

have been a trusted advisor to

multiple generations of some

families. I will miss the

interaction with them.”

A branch of Young Hunter

Lawyers, the Redcliffs Law Office has

grown considerably in the years since

opening. While having the demeanour of a

cosy suburban office, it has the backing of

a team of very capable lawyers all of whom

continue the firm's considerable legal

pedigree.

In the Redcliffs office, Michael is

supported by Michelle Rossiter, registered

legal executive, and Christina Kazakos,

qualified legal executive. Adam Curtin,

solicitor, who is principally engaged in the

Young Hunter city office, also attends at

the Redcliffs office on a regular basis.

“Following my retirement, two of my

partners, Chris Cooper and Keely

Marbeck, will take over responsibility for

my clients and will be attending the

Redcliffs office on a regular basis,” said

Michael. “ey will be able to provide

clients with skilled professional legal

advice in a seamless manner. Young

Hunter's commercial and civil litigation

teams complement each other and enable

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of legal services to a large and varied client

base which includes major national

corporations, local business interests and

private clients. Both Chris and Keely have

client bases similar to mine and with that

being the case, they will understand my

clients needs very well.”

“I have enjoyed my relationship with

my various clients and trust they have

found it valuable. I am confident that the

ethos of Young Hunter will endure and

that my clients will continue to reap the

benefit of Young Hunter's skills in the

future.”

Although Michael has retired as a

partner of Young Hunter, he is remaining

as a consultant until the end of this year to

ensure a smooth and seamless transfer of

clients from himself to Chris, Keely, and

other lawyers in the firm.

Redcliffs Law Office, 186 Main Road,

Redcliffs. Phone 03 384 5350.

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BEFORE AND AFTER: The Sumner Surf Life Saving Club building’s makeover has

been criticised by Sumner residents.

Surf club paint job

fails to impress

• By Louis Day

THE SUMNER Surf Life

Saving Club building’s

new look has not been well

received by the public.

The building was coated

with a dark cedar stain last

month to protect the timber

from decay and mask its

discolouration.

Sumner resident Lisa

Humphrey said the once

golden coloured building

used to blend perfectly with

its environment.

However, she thought the

building’s new dark brown

coat made it look like an

eyesore.

“It was just so beautifully

designed and bold and it

slotted in with the tussock

and the sea and then one

day we walked past and it

was this brown colour,” she

said.

Sumner Surf Life Saving

Club president Glenn

Fergus said they had no

option but to go with the

dark brown coat.

“With the multi-coloured

discolouration, you have

got to go with a stain. If we

could have gone any lighter

we would have,” he said.

Mr Fergus said they

looked at using a lighter

product, but were advised

that it would not adhere to

the timber.

He said the building

would eventually fade back

to its old colour.

“Over time it will fade

away it’s just fresh at the

moment, the main thing

is that it has revitalised the

timber.”

Mrs Humphrey posted

on the Sumner Community

Facebook group to see

if other people shared

her feelings on the

makeover.

“It looks like a really

old dated building now,

absolutely awful. I had

my 40th birthday there a

couple of years ago as it was

a previously lovely looking

building,” one person

responded.

“The person who changed

it should be fired,” another

said.

“I took the dog for a

walk on beach at weekend

and saw it, it’s absolutely

hideous, huge shame as it

was beautiful before.”

Council drops Akaroa appeal

THE CITY council has

decided to drop its 2015

appeal to the Environment

Court seeking resource

consents for discharging

treated wastewater into

Akaroa Harbour.

The court had directed

that the appeal would be

heard in December.

But a staff report presented

in the public excluded

section of last week’s city

council meeting recommended

withdrawing the

appeal. Staff said preparing

for a hearing in December,

seeking consent to discharge

into the harbour,

was not feasible while still

investigating and consulting

on other viable options

for disposing of Akaroa’s

treated wastewater.

Councillors approved the

staff recommendation to

withdraw the appeal, noting

that a harbour outfall

is still one of the options

being considered.


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Targeted rate likely to

help fund health centre

AKAROA ratepayers are

likely to pay a targeted

rate from July to help

fund the planned Akaora

Community Health Centre.

This comes after

a hearings panel

recommended the

targeted rate to the

city council, which

will make a final decision

in June when

finalising the draft

Annual Plan.

After considering

more than 800 submissions

from the public, the hearings

panel recommended

the city council:

•Provide a grant of up to

1.3 million to the Akaroa

Community Health Trust.

•As well as recover the

money from the grant from

a targeted rate on all properties

within the Akaroa

subdivision of the Banks

Peninsula ward.

If the hearings panel’s

•From page 1

“We live in a port town

so a certain amount of

noise is expected but it

does not need to be noisier

than it already is,” said

association chairman Ken

Maynard.

Peninsula Air Ltd director

Mark Christensen did

not wish to discuss the

matter with Bay Harbour

News and said he would be

approaching people with

concerns directly.

However, he previously

told Bay Harbour News the

impact on residents would

be minimal.

“We intend to use a

Cessna Caravan – its turbine

engine is quiet. There

are also noise rules within

both the Regional Coastal

Plan and the City Plan

which the activity will need

to meet,” he said.

Lyttelton business owners

have also expressed

their concerns.

Raf Manji

RATE

INCREASE:

Akaroa

ratepayers

are likely to

be made

to fund

the Akaroa

Community

Health

Centre

through a

targeted

rate.

recommendations are

adopted, the targeted rate

will apply from July 1 and

will be an annual fixed

charge that ratepayers pay

on top of their

normal rates.

The hearings

panel is recommending

the

targeted rate apply

for a period of

four years.

“The hearings

panel considered

more than 800 submissions

from the public and the

clear majority of them –

nearly three-quarters – said

they were prepared to pay a

little extra in rates in order

to secure health services

and facilities for their community,’’

said hearings

panel chairman city councillor

Raf Manji.

“Based on that strong level

of support, the hearings

panel will be recommending

the city council include

a grant of up to $1.3 million

in its 2019/20 Annual Plan

for the Akaroa Community

Health Trust and that it recover

that money through a

targeted rate.”

The new Akaroa Health

Centre is being built by the

Canterbury District Health

Board to replace the earthquake-damaged

Akaroa

Hospital. The centre will be

operated by Akaroa Health

Ltd, a fully-owned subsidiary

of ACHT.

ACHT has committed

to raising $2.5 million

towards the construction

costs of the new centre

and a further $500,000 for

start-up costs to enable it

to operate the centre from

inception.

ACHT has raised $1.7

million to date. Last year it

approached the city council

to ask for help to secure the

balance of its contribution.

Seaplane opposition mounts

SCENIC: A company is hoping to emulate the

Sydney seaplane experience in Lyttelton.

“The pro is tourism and

the con is noise. I live here

on the port, I’m probably

one of the closest houses

to the port,” said Civil and

Naval owner Louis Dyer.

Lyttelton Coffee Company

owner Stephen Mateer

said he did not like the

sound of seaplanes coming

to the harbour.

“I could care less what

it brings here in terms of

tourism, my main concern

would be the impact it

would have on the Marae

out in Rapaki,” he said.

•Public submissions

close at the end of this

month and can be sent

to aerodromes@caa.

govt.nz

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Wednesday May 15 2019

News

Would councillors take a pay cut for

Would city councillors

going to get people that are going

to give really politically correct

be happy to give

answers when what they are

away a portion of their

wanting to say is no, but they

salaries to increase the

will go well I might consider it

because they don’t want to offend

remuneration of Banks

anyone,” he said.

Peninsula Community

Cr Gough had his concerns

Board members? Louis

over cutting salaries.

Day reports

“My only caution with that

is salary is going to be a factor

SIX-FIGURE-earning city

James Gough in attracting good quality

councillors will have to consider

candidates,” he said.

sacrificing some of their salaries

“I would caution against low

to boost the pay of community

remuneration for a councillors

board members.

role.”

The Remuneration Authority,

City councillor David East

which sets the pay of city

said it was a “cop out” from the

councillors and community

Remuneration Authority.

board members, said if

“Would they [the

community board remuneration

Remuneration Authority] be

was to be increased, it would

happy to cut their salary to make

have to come from the money

the remuneration of community

allocated towards the salaries of

boards any better?” he said.

city councillors.

David East City councillor Tim Scandrett

After the elections, councils

said he would vote to keep things

FINANCE: The majority of city councillors say they would be open to discussing cutting their

around New Zealand will make

the way they were.

own salaries to increase the pay of community board members.

proposals on the allocation of

He felt community board

their governance pools, deciding

members, including those of the

on the salaries of city councillors

They receive $9670 a year and not seek reelection because of The majority said they would Banks Peninsula Community

and if any money from the pool

say it is not enough considering what they are paid.

be open to discussing a pay cut Board were fairly remunerated.

will be put aside for community

the time and travel they put into City councillors are paid to increase the remuneration of “Although they [Banks

board members, which will be

the work.

$102,400 a year, Deputy Mayor community board members. Peninsula Community Board

finalised by the authority.

The current remuneration Andrew Turner receives $118,220 However, potential mayoral members] travel a lot they do

Banks Peninsula Community

model is set by population, and Mayor Lianne Dalziel is on candidate and city councillor have less people deal with,” he

Board members have complained

so community boards with $193,099.

James Gough disagreed and said.

about what they are paid in

bigger populations get better Bay Harbour News asked city accused his colleagues of being Cr Turner said he would

comparison to other community

remuneration.

councillors last week what they dishonest.

support a decision to sacrifice

boards.

Half of the board say they may thought of the new pay system. “Over election year you are part of the salaries.

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community boards?

“I think the level of pay for the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board is not adequate and

is certainly out of line when

compared to other city boards,”

he said.

City councillor Sara Templeton

said she would also be open to

city councillor salaries

being used to better

remunerate the community

boards.

She said she is concerned the

current model was preventing

people from running for

community boards.

“We need to enable a wide

range of people to stand for our

community boards, not just

in Banks Peninsula but across

the city, part of that is better

remuneration,” Cr Templeton

said.

City councillor Aaron

Keown felt the current level of

remuneration going to the Banks

Peninsula Community Board

needed to change.

“It’s like mum and dad saying

they love you and your sister

equally but when they die your

sister gets 70 per cent of the

house and you get 30 per cent,”

he said.

City councillors Jimmy Chen,

Anne Galloway, Vicki Buck,

Glenn Livingstone, Pauline

Cotter, Raf Manji, Deon Swiggs

and Phil Clearwater also

Andrew Turner Sara Templeton Ali Jones

said they would be open to a

discussion after the elections

about sacrificing a portion

of their salary to supplement

community boards.

City councillor Yani Johanson

did not respond to calls from Bay

Harbour News.

Ms Dalziel was unavailable for

comment.

However, city councillor Mike

Davidson said the remuneration

of community board chairs as

well as city councillor salaries

needed to be looked at.

“What I always think is

potentially the chairs may be over

remunerated when you see

that they get double what

community board members get,”

he said.

Papanui-Innes Community

Board chairwoman Ali Jones

earns $46,310 a year, while board

members are paid $23,155.

But Ms Jones said she would

completely reject a reduction in

her remuneration.

“I feel that what I’m paid is

appropriate for the number

of hours, the accessibility, the

knowledge and experience

that I bring to the role,” she

said.

However, Ms Jones believed

community board members

did deserve to be better

remunerated.

“You can’t rob Peter to pay

Paul, you need to remunerate

people correctly in the first place

and you should not be cutting

wages of city councillors who are

already doing a huge job for the

money they are paid,” Ms Jones

said.

SCENIC ROUTE: The Garden of Tane is set to become home to

Akaroa’s first light festival this weekend.

Lighting up Akaroa

• By Louis Day

AKAROA WILL host its first

light festival on Saturday.

Lumiere d’Akaroa will happen

in the Garden of Tane and from

6-10pm.

The combination of a full

moon and lighting along the

garden floor will illuminate the

walking track in the dark.

Twelve art installations will be

scattered along the track with

food, drink and entertainment

at the end.

“After the garden trail visitors

will be able to have dinner and

listen to music as they eat fish

burgers, Spanish casserole or

crepes washed down by mulled

wine, or hot chocolate with

Baileys,” said Akaroa District

Promotions event co-ordinator

Jane Scribner.

The event is free to the public.

Ms Scribner said the festival

could become an annual event if

it was a success.

“We are hoping for around

500 people but there could be

more, it’s hard to tell as it’s a first

time event.”

A kids glow in the dark

workshop will also be

held before the light festival

from 11am to 1pm at Trinity

Church.

“Kids will produce very

rudimentary clothing that will

be painted with glow in the

dark paint so when they come

to the light festival those kids

will become an art installation

themselves.”

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Gone are the days of

regular quiet coffee breaks or

enjoying lunch without the

world’s cutest magpie lurking

about.

She now crashes out just

before her lunch time and

sleeps for, at max, 40min.

She then runs out into

the lounge to laugh at me

while I try and gulp down

my remaining food before

she scabs it off me. Truly

adorable.

The flip side of this is that

she is incredibly easy to get

down at bedtime. Like “in-adeep-sleep-before-you-even

take-her-to-the-bedroom”

easy.

As I write this she is deeply

and peacefully asleep and

got that way almost instantly

after finishing her bottle at

5.30pm.

She’ll likely even sleep until

the same time as she normally

does. Or at least quietly

sit up and chat to herself

until the time she normally

gets up.

One morning she woke

me up by gently touching my

nose at 5am (yeah, cot thing

is still not going great), then

lay back down until 6.30am.

Boom, practically a sleepin.

But even a sleep-in doesn’t

quite make transitioning to

a one short nap reality any

easier. That’s over an hour of

extra toddler entertaining/

wrangling each day. With

increasingly poor weather.

On that note, we’re going

on a family holiday to the

West Coast.

VITTORIA

& Matt

You know, because it rains

there a lot. Unless you prepare

for rain, in which case it

will be the perfect sunny day.

If we successfully make

it through the trip over the

Southern Alps with a toddler,

we’ll be spending a couple of

days . . . no, hold on.

Vittoria just ran head first

into the lounge crying and

looking for a cuddle because

she definitely went to bed

way too early because her

one and only nap was in the

car today. So cute.

Hold up. Cool, she’s back

in bed. So the trip . . . no,

she’s back and is just standing

in the corner chatting.

I’ve got to get her back into

bed or I’ll be up all night.

And she’s back.

I’ll fill you in all about the

trip next week.

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Port Hills MP Ruth

Dyson

reports

on the

Mother of

All Clean

Ups,

which

took place

over the weekend

You may have noticed

last Saturday a lot of people

in high-viz vests around

the estuary and along the

banks of our rivers.

You probably wondered

what on earth they were

doing out on such a brisk

and chilly morning – I can

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Every year, on the day

before Mother’s Day,

hundreds and hundreds

of volunteers don their

vests, collect rubbish bags

and buckets and pick up

rubbish.

It’s giving Mother Nature

a mother’s day present –

clean river banks and Estuary

surrounds.

More than 40 community

organisations, ranging from

our yacht clubs through

to residents’ associations

and many more, organise a

bunch of local volunteers,

select their area and clean

up.

What a difference it

makes.

Hundreds of bags of

rubbish are collected and

disposed of by a great team

from City Care.

At the end of the collection,

we all get together

for a celebration of hard

work and share a barbecue

provided by Cassels at the

Tannery (thanks).

This year, a common

story was that there was a

lot less rubbish than last

year – what great news.

Hopefully, people are

getting the message about

rubbish going into the bin,

not the river.

So while the weather

didn’t deliver a great day,

there was no shortage of

volunteers and everyone

felt satisfied with the work

we did. We were joined by

a group of 20 students from

the Lake Superior State

University in Michigan,

the United States and it

was fantastic to see their

enthusiasm and love for our

country and to have them

share the work.

So thank you, particularly

to the organiser and

sponsors of this annual

event and special thanks to

the hundreds who turned

up to help.

We can make a difference

in our own backyards and

this was a great Mother’s

Day present to deliver.


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Wednesday May 15 2019

Local

News

Now

News

Call for better protection of birds

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Slaughter

MORE NEEDS to be done to

protect birdlife around the

Avon-Heathcote Estuary.

The Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust says dogs,

drones and

people continue

to be a threat

to the 118 bird

species, which

call the estuary

home, including

godwits.

Tim Lindley

The Coastal-

Burwood

Community Board will now

investigate what it can do to better

protect these birds after trust

members expressed concerns at a

meeting last week

The estuary became part of the

East Asian-Australasian Flyway

network last year, a network,

which protects migratory waterbirds

across wetlands in about 20

countries.

PROTECTION: (Left to right) – Lesser knots, godwits, and south island pied oystercatchers are being disturbed according to the

Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust.

Trust member Tim

Lindley said the birds,

which used the estuary faced

threats that people may have not

been aware of.

“Birds do see dogs as

wolves . . . it’s quite important

that they’re not disturbed by

dogs.”

Mr Lindley said the estuary’s

proximity to the eastern suburbs

in both the Coastal-Burwood

and Linwood-Central-Heathcote

wards made protecting them

even more important.

“The birds stop feeding for 10

minutes when they are interrupted

by humans.

“Because this international flyway

is in an urban area, it’s only

going to get worse.

“It’s dinner time for the

birds and we need to keep it

that way.”

Board members agreed the

signage currently in place telling

people to be respectful of birds

when around the estuary

needed to be improved.

Board member Linda

Stewart suggested signage

should give more specific

information on the types of

behaviour and activities that

disturbed birds and how this

could be avoided.

Website map to identify where pot holes are

• By Julia Evans

WORKING OUT how to avoid

potholes and bumpy roads will

soon easier with the development

of a website map.

The city council is working

on a new “roughness condition

map” which will show the

condition of each road, lane,

street and drive.

Said city council planning

and delivery transport manager

Lynette Ellis: “The roughness

condition map will identify

how rough a road is, both as

a measurable number, and as

a description (eg good or

poor).”

Ms Ellis said the technology

is used elsewhere in New

Zealand and there is no direct

connection between the map

and the earthquakes as the map

will be using recently measured

data.

“The driver for this is to share

factual information concerning

the transport network with the

community,” she said.

It will also be used to help

inform decision-making city

councillors and community

boards make with regard to

investing money and prioritising

infrastructure.

“Functionally this is using

data that council already holds,

and serving it onto the website

via new software that has been

made available via council’s

geospatial programme,” Ms Ellis

said.

The map is intended to be live

on the website later this year.

The state of roads around the

city remains a hot topic eight

years after the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

Last year’s city council Long

Term Plan was set to focus on the

“basics” – setting out to prioritise

improvements to roads and

footpaths alongside wastewater

infrastructure and drinking

water upgrades.

ROUGH: The

city council

is working on

developing

a map for its

website to

tell residents

which roads

are in the

poorest

condition such

as this damage

on New

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2012 toyotA PriuS PLuG in HybriD

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2013 niSSAn LeAF 24S

5dr hatch, fully electric, factory tints,

reverse camera, AbS, stability control,

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1500cc chain driven engine, auto, factory alloys and tints,

6x airbags, proximity entry and start, climate A/C, 4½ star

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climate A/C, reverse camera, 4½ star fuel rating!

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$9,990

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1800cc turbo engine, auto tiptronic, factory alloys,

dual climate A/C, AbS, stability control, 6x airbags.

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1800cc, auto tiptronic, factory alloys,

climate A/C, full electrics, 4x airbags, AbS.

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2000cc, auto, 18" alloys and tints, stability control,

AbS, 4x airbags, full electrics, reverse parking

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1800cc, auto tiptronic, factory alloys, roof rails, cargo

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$9,990

Plus service & on road costs $550, cash price $10,540

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3600cc Alloytec, tiptronic, AbS, eSP,

8x airbags, reverse camera, keyless entry,

dual zone climate, park assist, 44,000kms.

$31,990

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$34,990

2011 ForD FALCon FG Xt

4000 twin cam, tiptronic, AbS, eSP, airbags,

FPV alloys, cruise control, CD stereo,

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1300cc chain driven engine, auto, 16" alloys, full

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2400cc chain driven engine, auto, 7 seater, proximity

entry and start, factory alloys and tints, climate A/C,

parking sensor, 4 star fuel rating! Versatile 7 seater!

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$29,990

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sunroof, keyless entry, head up display, 8x airbags,

cruise control, full electrics.

$25,990

2012 HoLDen CoMMoDore SV6 z

3600 alloytec, tiptronic, AbS, eSP, 8x airbags,

reverse camera, partial leather, cruise control,

alloys, full electrics.

$21,990

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2000cc, auto, factory tints and alloys, 7 seater,

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Plus service & on road costs $550, cash price $10,540

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full electrics, half leather upholstery, 4 star fuel

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2009 toyotA WiSH 2.0 G S/WAGon

2000cc, chain driven engine, auto, factory alloys &

tints, climate A/C, cruise control, reverse camera,

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$9,990

Plus service & on road costs $550, cash price $10,540

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2006 toyotA MArk X 300G PreMiuM

3000cc V6 chain driven engine, auto, factory alloys,

dual climate A/C, AbS, 9x airbags, AbS,

stability control. Lexus at a toyota Price!

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3600 Alloytec, tiptronic, cruise control,

bluetooth, 8x airbags, AbS, eSP, alloys, dual

zone climate, full electrics.

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WESTERN NEWS 27

Wellbeing & Beauty

[Edition datE]

PAGE 14 BAY HARBOUR

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Wednesday May 15 2019

Winter, a time for beauty

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Wednesday May 15 2019

Easy game makes it two wins in a row

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER COME into

Saturday’s club day at St

Leonards Square in fine form

after making it two wins in as

many weeks when they brushed

aside Canterbury University at

the weekend.

The win 47-19 win at Ilam

Fields comes on the back of

the side’s 21-19 heroic upset

against Lincoln University which

kick-started their season after

they begun the year with five

consecutive defeats.

Canterbury University are yet

to register a point in this year’s

competition.

However, Sumner coach

Martin Dodgson described the

match as a “potential banana

skin.”

During the week emphasis

was put on the importance

of making a strong start and

Sumner didn’t disappoint as they

rushed out to a 33-7 advantage in

BIG: No 8 Mathew Tuala crossed the line twice in Sumner’s

47-19 win over Canterbury University. ​

quick time.

“We wanted to start like a

house on fire and really put them

under the pump,” said Dodgson.

After securing a fourth try

bonus points Sumner switched

SPORT

off during patches of the second

half which was saw both sides

register 14 points.

Winger Charlie Oswald

had a day to remember with a

hat-trick of tries, while centre

ASSISTS: Alistair Crossdale continued his run of form to set

up three tries.

PHOTOS: ROZELLE MAY

Alistair Crossdale registered as

many assists in the proses. No 8

Mathew Tuala also continued his

impressive form for the wave by

scoring two tries.

Sumner will now look to go

three on the trot at their club day

this Saturday.

They host seventh-placed

Sydenham who sit five points

above them.

Kick-off is at 2.45pm.

Louis Clark adds lifesaving award to list of achievements

TAYLORS MISTAKE’S Louis

Clark has been named athlete

of the year at the annual

Christchurch-Tasman Surf Life

Saving Awards of Excellence on

Saturday night.

The 17-year-old, who is also a

national water-polo representative,

had a big year, including being

named in the New Zealand

youth squad for the third time

and heading to Japan for the

International Lifesaving Cup last

June.

He won 11 golds and a bronze

at the SLSNZ Southern Regional

Championships in 2019, and was

selected for the SLSNZ junior

Black Fins team for the international

surf rescue challenge in

Durban, in September.

Clubmate Agatha Weston was

co-winner of the rookie of the

year award with New Brighton’s

Hayley Reid.

Coach of the year Jonelle

Quane from Sumner SLSC was

chosen as assistant coach to the

NZ Black Fins, acting as their

pool coach, and was a New Zealand

selector.

“Jonelle has made a huge contribution

to high performance

sport at NZ level. She is currently

mentoring a group of newly-appointed

selectors,” said Sumner

SLSC coach Mark Robberds.

“Jonelle has set an amazing

example for our Canterbury

athletes and coaches in terms

of what can be achieved …

and her door is always open to

Canterbury athletes and coaches

who want to tap into her vast

SUCCESS: Louis Clark was named athlete of the year at the

Christchurch-Tasman Surf Life Saving Awards of Excellence.

(Above) – Louis in action.

experience.”

The list of contributions made

by volunteer of the year Tom

Denman of Sumner SLSC is

impressive. As well as doing

beach patrols as a lifeguard, he

runs the Sumner emergency

callout squad, co-ordinates the

club’s advanced lifeguard team,

mentors lifeguards, runs weekly

club training sessions, instructs

for courses and has been an instructor

at the national lifeguard

school in the past year.

He is a committee member

with Sumner SLSC, manages the

club Facebook and emails and

maintains and is responsible for

its lifeguard equipment, including

carrying out mechanical

maintenance and repairs for the

IRBs.

“Tom is seen as a hands-on

leader within the club, with a

passion for lifeguard excellence,

continual improvement and IRB

development,” said Sumner SLSC

president Glenn Fergus.

Sumner’s success continued

with Boetie Koekemoer won the

Te Onepoto award for junior

coaching and Kate Suter won

instructor of the year

2019 Christchurch/Tasman

Awards of Excellence winners:

Coach of the year – Jonelle

Quane, Sumner SLSC

Official of the year – Mike

Smith, Taylors Mistake SLSC

Sportsperson of the year –

Louis Clark, Taylors Mistake

SLSC

Te Onepoto award for junior

coaching – Boetie Koekemoer,

Sumner SLSC

Lifeguard of the year – Dean

Le Warne, North Beach SLSC

Instructor of the year – Kate

Suter, Sumner SLSC

Volunteer of the year – Tom

Denman, Sumner SLSC

Rookie of the year – Hayley

Reid, New Brighton SLSC and

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$15,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $16,540

2008 mitsubishi evo x

Recaro seats, paddle shift, electrics, Brembo

Brakes, new tyres, air cond, rally car

performance.

$24,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $25,540

2013 bmw i3 electric

Only 5,000kms, part leather, electrics,

navi, cruise, auto lights, alloys, climate air,

like new, must see.

$43,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $44,540

2013 volvo v40 t4 se

Only 37,000kms, 1.6 turbo, alloys, fully

spec'd, cruise, collision warning, lane

departure warning, electrics.

$22,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $23,540

2009 subaru imPreZa sti a-line

Electric blue, brembo brakes, recaro

seats, paddle shift, Si-Drive, electrics,

alloys, push button start.

$19,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $20,540

2007 audi a8 3.2 quattro

Full black leather, only 43,000kms, cruise

control, bose sound, auto, lights, alloys,

climate, just beautiful.

$17,950

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $18,500

2008 audi a3 1.8t ltd

Full black leather, heated seats, alloys,

S-line, paddle shift, auto lights, climate

air, choice of 3 today. Only 44,000kms.

$15,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $16,540

2007 bmw 530i highline

Full black leather, LCi auto, 2 keys,

full electrics, rear view camera, alloys,

climate, cruise, luxury plus.

$16,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $17,540

2012 audi a6 2.8 quattro avant

Full black leather, climate control, 2 keys,

auto lights, alloys, heated seats, blue tooth,

bose, push button start, reverse camera .

$27,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $28,540

2012 maZda axela mPs turbo

6 speed, climate air, 2 keys, electrics,

alloys, part leather factory body kit,

crisp in white.

$19,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $20,540

2008 bmw 320i touring

Only 24,000kms, 6 airbags, alloys, climate

air, towbar, rear parking sensors, auto

lights.

$11,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $12,540

2008 vw Passat 3.2 4 motion

Full black leather, heated seats, facelift, auto

lights, climate air, alloys, DSG, cruise control,

electrics. Choice of 3.

$12,950

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $13,500

2007 mini cooPer s

Turbo, only 58,000kms, tiptronic, push

button start, electrics, climate air, alloys,

beautiful, original car.

$14,990

2007 audi allroad 3.2 quattro

Full black leather, only 73,000kms,

paddle shift, climate air, height control,

heated seats, cruise.

$15,990

2009 audi a5 3.2 quattro

Only 16,000kms, full black leather,

auto lights, cruise, paddleshift, climate,

alloys, parking sensors.

$24,990

2009 vw Passat 3.2 4 motion

Facelift model, full bone leather, paddle shift,

2 keys, only 47,000kms, cruise, electrics, lots

of space.

$14,990

2010 vw cross Polo 1.2

Tiptronic, climate air, full electrics,

alloys, 2 keys, popular and trendy

small hatch.

$12,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $15,540 Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $16,540

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $25,540

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $15,540

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $13,540

2009 volKswagen golf gti

12 airbags, only 35,000kms, paddle shift

DSG, auto, lights, alloys, climate, cruise,

electrics, choice of 5 today.

$16,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $17,540

2014 audi s6 4.0v8 quattro

Full leather, navigation, Bluetooth, carbon

finish, cruise, climate, paddle shift, 2 keys, too

many options to list.

$42,950

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $43,500

2010 bmw x1 25i 4wd

Full black leather, sunroof, auto lights, heated

seats, electrics, climate air, push button start,

rare 3.0 engine.

$19,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $20,540

2013 audi tt 1.8t fsi

1.8 turbo, DSG, only 41,000kms, LED,

daytime running, 158HP, climate, electrics,

2 keys, superb driving fun.

$27,950

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $28,500

2009 vw golf gti mK6

2.0 Turbo, 13 airbags, paddle shift,

cruise, full electrics, auto lights, DSG,

climate, alloys, performance plus.

$17,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $18,540

2008 audi a8 4.2 quattro

Full black leather, sunroof, paddle shift, double

glazing, auto lights, climate air, push button

start, facelift.

$21,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $22,540

2013 mercedes e250 avantgarde

Full black leather, paddle shift, only

41,000kms, 2 keys, alloys, climate,

memory seats, cruise, luxury.

$31,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $32,540

2007 audi a3 1.8t s-line

Paddle shift, electrics, climate,

bluetooth, alloys.

$11,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $12,540

2012 mitsubishi evo x

5 speed, Marval AWC, climate air, body

kit, factory Recaro seats, Brembo brakes,

original example.

$37,950

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $38,500

2008 mercedes c63 amg wagon

Full black leather, only 61,000kms, sunroof,

auto lights, paddle shift, Navi Bluetooth, mint

example.

$32,950

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $33,500

2008 bmw 530i highline

Full leather, only 28,000kms, reverse

camera, parking sensors, LCi Tranz,

climate air, cruise, like new.

$16,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $17,540

2006 bmw 525i highline

Full black leather, only 60,000kms, full M-sport

kit, climate, tiptronic, push button start, cruise,

alloys, electrics.

$13,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $14,540

2012 volKswagen golf gti

Only 26,000kms, paddleshift DSG,

climate, auto, lights, alloys, cruise,

full electrics.

$25,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $26,540

2012 vw golf gti

13 Airbags, 2.0 Turbo, DSG,

paddle shift, alloys, climate,

2 keys, cruise.

$18,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $19,540

2009 vw golf 1.4 highline

Only 27,000 kms, 13 airbags, paddle shift, auto

lights, electrics, alloys, climate, cruise, DSG

reverse cam.

$13,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $14,540

2007 vw golf gt

Only 28,000kms, paddle shift, electrics,

leather, cruise, climate air, alloys,

great buying, choice of 3.

$12,990

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $13,540

2007 nissan 350Z cab roadster

6 Speed manual, full electrics, air cond,

factory alloys, NZ radio, Very best

looking 350Z.

$15,950

Plus service & on-road costs $550, cash price $16,500

2012 mini cooPer crossover

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PAGE 19

Barking exhaust defines cabriolet

Motoring

Ross Kiddie

I’M accelerating hard up a quiet

piece of country road – first gear,

second, third and fourth, using

the paddle shifters to extract

maximum speed through the

gears.

I have the convertible roof

down, and my son’s long hair is

blowing freely in the breeze, we

are both enjoying the sound of a

wailing V6 engine up front and

loud exhaust bark out the rear as

the gears shift.

The next thing I hear is a

siren-like sound and I see

flashing lights in my rear view

mirror. No, I haven’t been caught

by the law for speeding, instead

I’ve activated an alarm on a

stationary car we just passed,

quite clearly its motion sensors

were disturbed by the backfire

from the evaluation car’s exhaust

as the gears changed.

The car I was driving was

Mercedes-Benz’s C43 AMG

cabriolet, a car which has definite

sound and robust performance.

As mentioned it has a 3-litre

V6 engine which has healthy

acceleration thanks to the boost

from twin turbochargers.

Maximum power is rated at

a feisty 287kW with a fabulous

520Nm of torque, such are the

outputs there is a constantly

vibrant feel from beneath the

accelerator, it is strong and wilful

and, of course, there are many

drive modes available at the push

of a button. You can dial in the

type of drive you would like to

experience – feisty or frugal.

Each set-up is conclusive, there

is a definite structure from within

each mode, and they can also be

tailor-made to suit any driving

preference. I particularly like

the first sport setting, the engine

is not overly frenetic, but it is a

compromise between the more

gentle comfort mode and the fullon

Sport plus setting.

With all of these options there’s

little denying that the C43 has

strong performance potential.

Mercedes-Benz claims a standstill

to 100km/h time of 4.8sec, and

when the engine is working hard

it is enjoying its work, while it is

raucous it’s not a strained sound, I

simply love it, especially the bark

on up and downshifts.

During my time in the

evaluation car I was constantly

blipping the throttle just to hear

the engine, that being the case

it wouldn’t be fair to publish my

fuel usage figures.

However, Mercedes-Benz

MERCEDES-BENZ C43 CABRIOLET: Tempting to drive quickly.

claims a 10-litre per 100km

(28mpg) combined cycle rating

that I would suggest is easily

possible given the fuel usage

meter was listing a 7l/100km

(40mpg) instantaneous figure

sitting at a steady 100km/h,

the engine turning over at just

1500rpm.

The C43 cabriolet is very

much a driver’s car, it is biased

towards sporty, and it makes no

excuse for that. Alongside the

engine management protocols,

the driver can also manipulate

suspension alterations from

within the cabin, the spring

and damper rates can be

firmed considerably to enhance

cornering performance.

Twisty, open roads are not easy

to come by in Canterbury, but

I discovered some new corners

just west of Darfield that I hadn’t

previously used. The C43 has

a low centre of gravity, and in

sport suspension mode it simply

powers through the corners flat

and controlled.

There is strong steering

feel thanks to beautiful sport

specification, 19in Dunlop tyres,

turn-in is direct and accuracy

never threatened.

Of course, the C43

with 4Matic drives through a

nine-speed automatic gearbox

to all wheels, and that promotes

a safe, decisive handling balance.

While there are two rear seats,

effectively the C-Class cabriolet

is just a 2+2, unless you are

child-size you aren’t going to be

comfortable in the rear. While

• Price – Mercedes-Benz

C43 cabriolet, $141,400

• Dimensions – Length,

4686mm; width, 1810mm;

height, 1409mm

• Configuration – V6,

four-wheel-drive, 2996cc,

287kW, 520Nm, ninespeed

automatic.

• Performance –

0-100km/h, 4.8sec

• Fuel usage – 10l/100km

in that regard it is a selfish car,

those upfront have wonderful

comfort and can benefit from the

high degree of specification and

the amazing way Mercedes-Benz

creates the ergonomics that feel

just so right.

I guess at $141,400 the

company would need to

get that right. In my opinion,

that is certainly the case. It’s fair

to say I’m not a big convertible

fan, but the C43 won me over

with its build quality, level of

specification, along with

its substantial performance.

There’s no secret that

Mercedes-Benz is re-engineering

the configuration of its sixcylinder

line-up, and as time

goes by I’m sure that all of its

six-potters will eventually be an

inline configuration, my only

hope is that new straight engines

are as involving as the C43 is

today, and have that amazing

sound.


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Wednesday May 15 2019

Tai Chi

Friday, 7-8.30pm

Tai Chi is a gentle exercise

for people of all ages and fitness

levels, bringing many health and

other benefits. All are welcome

to attend this weekly class. Phone

Lucida for more information on

022 697 7420

105 Bridle Path Rd

Following the Sumner Rd:

An Exploration of its Past and

Present

Today, all day

Learn more about this essential

link between the communities of

Lyttelton and Sumner by visiting

dual exhibitions about the

Sumner Rd at Lyttelton Library,

and at Matuku Takotako:

Sumner Centre.

Lyttelton and Sumner libraries

Akaroa Craft Group

Monday, 1.30-2.30pm

Go along and join the friendly

Akaroa Craft Group. Sit in the

library and have a chat while

working on your craft project.

Share skills like needlework,

knitting, quilting, handicrafts,

making dolls, teddy bears and

spinning.

Akaroa Library

JP Clinic at Sumner

Saturday, 10am-noon

A justice of the peace will

Email louis.day@starmedia.kiwi by 5pm

each Wednesday

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. No charge

for this service.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Shoreline Toastmasters

Monday 7.30-9pm

Nervous about speaking?

Gain confidence by practising

speaking, listening, learning and

laughing in a warm, friendly

non-threatening environment.

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club

Sumner Bridge Club

Monday, 7.15pm and

Wednesday, 12.45pm

Do you play bridge? Go along

and join the Sumner Bridge Club

at 57 Dryden St. For information

phone Julie on 027 434 6678.

57 Dryden St

Wā Pēpi: Babytimes

Tuesday, 10.30-11am

An interactive programme

including music, movement,

rhymes and a story.

Recommended for under twos.

Free.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Mt Pleasant Tennis Club

Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm and

Saturday, 9am-4pm

The club is looking for new

junior and senior members. For

information phone club captain

Jeff Long on 384 8463.

Mt Pleasant Tennis Club

Autumn Craft

All day Tuesday

Create your own tiny village

using recycled materials.

Lyttelton Library

Social Games Club

Monday, 10-11.30am

Want to play a game of

Scrabble, chess, or Rummikub?

Go and join the friendly group.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Mt Pleasant Walking Group

Tuesday and Thursday, 9.30am

A mix of flat and hill walks for

those with a medium level

of fitness. Walks are in nearby

areas and further afield. Car

pooling, with shared costs. For

further information, phone Judy

384 1269.

Mt Pleasant Community Centre

Makerspace

Thursday, 3.15-4.45pm

Go along to the library for fun

with technology and crafts at our

monthly Makerspace sessions.

Different activities every month.

Free. No bookings required. All

kids welcome, though littlies may

need a grown-up to come too.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Sumner Centre Book

Discussion Scheme

Today, 11am–noon

For those who love reading and

Knit ’n’ Yarn, today,

10am-noon.

Go along to

Lyttelton Library for

the friendly craft

sessions. Take your

knitting, crochet

or other portable

craft project and

enjoy time with

other crafters.

Have a look at the

range of books

to get ideas for

your next project.

Free, no bookings

required. Beginners

welcome.

Lyttelton Library

want to share in discussion with

other friendly book lovers. Held

every third Wednesday of the

month

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Wā Korero: Storytimes

11-11.30am

Storytimes is an interactive

programme including stories,

songs, rhymes and play. This is a

free session.

Lyttelton Library

Near & Far: Diamond

Harbour Painting Group Show

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

10am-4pm

The May exhibition at Stoddart

Cottage Gallery features some

beautiful works by talented local

artists.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery

Exhibitors

Book now

Don’t miss your opportunity to

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REAL ESTATE

Seaside Gem - Short Call Auction!

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Auction: Thursday 23 May 2019 Unless Sold Prior

2 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 1 toilet | 1 living room | 1 car-garage | Listing Number: SM0200

BAY HARBOUR

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Situated just a hop, skip and a jump from

Sumner’s picturesque Esplanade, near to the

popular surf spot at the clock tower end of

Scarborough Beach, this rare property offers

an entry-level opportunity in a fabulous

seaside location.

The unique two bedroom upstairs unit

comes with its own private and sizeable

garden with lawn, raised vegetable beds and a

patio area to enjoy the sun and sea air. Offering

security and peace of mind for pet owners, the

established garden is private and fenced, and

the property also offers a single garage, and

separate storage shed, conveniently located

next to the stairs.

Inside the layout caters beautifully to

relaxed beachside living with an open plan

kitchen, living and dining area that leads to a

sunny balcony with views to the surrounding

hills. The kitchen includes a breakfast bar for

casual dining, and the cook can enjoy the

lovely outlook from the bay window.

Conveniently compact and easy-care, there

is ample accommodation for a couple or

small family with one double bedroom and

one single, each with a built-in wardrobe. The

bathroom includes a shower, vanity and toilet.

Located within walking distance from the

village’s restaurants, bars, and movie theatre,

weekend brunches are just a short and

beautiful Sumner stroll away. And, for those

who love the outdoors, there’s a wide variety

of activities on offer with the ocean at your

doorstep plus a vast array of cycle ways and

walking tracks to explore in the area.

Suitable for singles, couples, small family,

investor, Airbnb and surfers.

If you are looking for a fantastic beach pad

in a top location, inspect today as this is one of

the very few opportunities to purchase at this

level in this location. Owner has purchased -

be quick to view.

Auction date: Thursday 23 May 12:00pm

(Grenadier House, 98 Moorhouse Ave)

Unless Sold Prior

Open Homes: Wednesday, Saturday and

Sunday 12:00pm - 12:45pm.

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WorkSafe chief inspector

a se sment southern Da ren

Surf club move

Safety at Work Act 2015, “as a

to rebuild on new site

undertaking.”

Mr Handforth said WorkSafe

Cr East abou the car park.

“WorkSafe has completed

an a se sment visi to the site

to advise them that it is their

responsibility to manage their

risks a propriately.”

Different parts of the car park

are owned by various people

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The New Zealand Mounted

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• By Sophie Cornish

THE ST Andrew’s Co lege big

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Fastier, co lapsed and died the

to undertake work.

Cr East said there had b en

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Serious crash gives new

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New pi za joint

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The band dedicated it se to

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facility in Shirley.

It comes after the city council

removed funding for the centre

pla ned for Shirley Rd, near the

intersection with Hi ls Rd. This

was the site of the former community

centre, which was badly

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is to represen the community,

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It was the firs time Mr Garth met in Auckland

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every

Emily

two

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Mr Garth hopes to own a

months for THE lengthy HALSWE w ekend L-Hornbyand

he was “rea ly proud” of practices. Ri carton Community Board

to be a cut above the rest in an how the team performed.

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products and came away competition Templeton. brought back his “In two years’ time, we’ l be

butcher for 14 years, said the and on the 2020 cha lenge.

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pa sion for the Mayor job. Lia ne Dalziel told going the back to try and win the

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South Sharp Blacks team.

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Templeton

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