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Big break

in the

Big Apple

• By Louis Day

LYTTELTON’S Catherine Hay

is set to learn from some of the

best in the acting business.

The 24-year-old will pack her

bags for a 10-week prestigious

acting programme in New


She leaves next week.

She was selected to take

part in a course at Stella Adler

Studio of Acting, where Robert

De Niro studied before he

became a twotime




He won best


actor in

1975 for the

role of Vito


De Niro

Corleone in

The Godfather

Part II and

best actor for

playing Jake LaMotta in Raging

Bull in 1981.

Hay said she had mixed

emotions after finding out

she was accepted into the


“I’m excited but also aware of

the challenge it is going to be,”

she said.

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Top games earn

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OPPORTUNITY: Catherine Hay has been selected into the acting programme Robert De Niro

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after five



• By Louis Day

FIVE WILD peacocks have been

shot on a farm near Lyttelton as a

neighbourhood dispute escalates.

Brenchley Farm owner Sue

Stubenvoll said the peacocks were

killed after they wandered onto

her property. She said it was done

to stop them eating endangered

geckos and skinks on the farm.

The cull has shocked neighbour

Janelle Wills. She told Bay

Harbour News she needed more

time to relocate the peacocks

which gather at her property to

be fed.

In February, Ms Stubenvoll sent

a legal letter to Miss Wills, saying

she had the right to shoot the peacocks

under the Impounding Act.

She gave Miss Wills four weeks

notice of what would happen if

they came onto her property.

Miss Wills said the shootings

were “inhumane.”

“There is no other word for it. It

is affecting all of my family,” she


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YOU WOULDN’T want to be a peacock

strutting about in the hills above Lyttelton

at the moment.

That’s because if you stray onto Sue

Stubenvoll’s farm you’re likely to get

shot (see page 1). Stubenvoll has followed

through on her threat to shoot wild peacocks which stray onto

her property.

That has upset neighbour Janelle Wills, who the peacocks have

been heading to for a feed.

Stubenvoll says the peacocks are also interested in snacking on

endangered skinks and geckos she says are on her farm. And that

is the justification for getting the gun out.

Wills has been relocating the peacocks and wanted more time.

She is justifiably angry. I suspect others will be too.

And Stubenvoll’s plan to eat the peacocks? Interesting.

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Lyttelton performer taking play to UK

Find out why Tom Trevella is off to England to work under

established actor and director Adrian Rawlins.

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Bays fight for SFL berth

Ferrymead Bays are entering do or die territory in their bid to

qualify for this year’s Southern Football League.

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Support for seaplane takes off

• By Louis Day


Harbour is against a plan to

fly seaplanes into Lyttelton


Resident Jane Davison says the

seaplanes will provide a boost to

the economy.

“I think the harbour should

be welcoming

to commercial



where it can. We

don’t want to

go backwards,





we want to go

forwards,” she said.

“I would have

thought that there

is potential to

provide locals with

job opportunities,

and if people come

to the harbour

to do a seaplane

flight, who is to

say they won’t

stop in at a bakery

and buy a doughnut or a coffee


In last week’s Bay Harbour

News, Diamond Harbour

Community Association

chairman Richard Suggate said

the group made a submission to

the Civil Aviation Authority in

opposition to Rangiora-based

company Peninsula Air Ltd’s

plan to construct a waterdrome

in the harbour.

The proposed 1km long

runway would be located

between Rapaki and Quail

Island and provide seaplanes

with an area to take off and land.

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SCENIC: A company’s bid to emulate the Sydney seaplane

experience in Lyttelton has received a mixed response from


It would also take people on

scenic tours of the peninsula.

“We are concerned about the

effects on other users of the

harbour, such as waka ama,

kayaks, swimmers, yachts,

motorboats, the list goes on,” Mr

Suggate said.

Peninsula Air Ltd directors

Mark Christensen and Grant

Edmundson did not return Bay

Harbour News’ phone calls.

Mrs Davison said the

association’s view does not

represent the entire community.

She said the majority of people

she has spoken to in Diamond

Harbour are in favour of the


“The community association

has about 100 members and

about 20 people turned up to

their AGM. They do some good

work but I think it is wrong

to assume that number of

membership could represent a

community of over 1000 people,”

she said.

Mr Suggate said the

association does not claim to

represent the entire community.

“There are always a range of

opinions about any subject – I

was expressing the views of the

association, not the community,”

he said.

Public submissions close at

the end of the month and can

be emailed to aerodromes@caa.



you think about the plan to

bring seaplanes to Lyttelton

Harbour? Email your views

to louis.day@starmedia.kiwi





In Brief


Fire rages, homes at risk


An alcohol licensing hearing will

be held tomorrow for the planned

fine wine and spirits store at 1/87

Main Rd in Redcliffs. The hearing

will start at 10am in the Linwood

Service Centre, 180 Smith St. The

District Licensing Committee will

hear evidence to help it make a

decision on the application.


The former Canterbury St studio

of well-known Lyttelton artist

Bill Hammond has received

a $150,000 boost. It has come

from the Government’s heritage

EQUIP earthquake strengthening

programme. The funding is set to

go towards completing extensive

strengthening work. The building

was bought by engineering

company Structex in 2015. It is

turning the top floor into office

space with a leased commercial

area in the ground floor.


The Lyttelton Port Company will

give a talk on Saturday about its

activities at Te Awaparahi Bay. It

has consents to reclaim land and

build wharves on 34ha of the bay.

Reclamation work is under way

and the first half of the work is

expected to be completed by 2021.

The talk will be held from 9amnoon

at the corner of London and

Oxford Sts.



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Diamond Harbour firefighter fifth up tower

• By Louis Day

FIREFIGHTERS from across the

Bay Harbour News area raced

up the Sky Tower’s 1103 steps on

Saturday to raise money for those

with leukaemia and blood cancer.

The effort was part of the 15th

annual Firefighter Sky Tower

Stair Challenge where participants

heaved 25kg of gear up 52

flights of stairs.

Diamond Harbour Volunteer

Fire Brigade member Mark

Patterson was the fastest

volunteer up the tower with a

time of 10min 6sec and was fifth

overall out of more than 1000


“I was pretty chuffed actually,

because I had been a bit crook

building up to it. I was pretty

nervous that I was not going to do

that well so I am really stoked to

get the time I did,” he said.

Three firefighters from the

Diamond Harbour brigade raised

$3500. In total, the Auckland

event raised $1 million.

The Lyttelton Volunteer Fire

Brigade raised $15,000 for the


Lyttelton chief Mark Buckley,

who was part of the support crew,

was immensely proud of the

effort shown from his team.

“It was really good to see, I

have got a great deal of respect for

them and their enthusiasm was

just fantastic,” he said.

Six firefighters from the Governors

Bay volunteer brigade

managed to raise $11,000.

Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade

member Jeroen Hartman also

raised $1768.

Lyttelton Volunteer Fire Brigade

participants – Peter Lauryssens,

Jack Montgomery, Andrew





Fire Brigade

member Mark


finished fifth out

of more than

1000 firefighters.

He is pictured

with wife

Gabby and son


Legge, Andrew Yaxley, Craig

Smith, Philip Leabourn, Glen

Walker, Jed Martin, Kevin Hurl.

Governors Bay Volunteer Fire

Brigade participants – Vaughan

Jones, Mike Smith, Nick Tilley,

Matt Annand, John Abbott,

Anita Norris.

Diamond Harbour Volunteer

Fire Brigade participants – Mark

Patterson, Jacob Greenlaw, Jeremy


Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade

– Jeroen Hartman.

Fire rages, homes at risk

ALL SMILES: (Top) – The Lyttelton Volunteer Fire Brigade team

take a breath after conquering the Sky Tower. The Governors

Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade team (above) raised $11,000 for the

Leukaemia and Blood Cancer foundation.

Singer wants to transition into acting

ROCK ON: Catherine Hay in

costume for We Will Rock You.

•From page 1

“I am feeling like I am ready

for a new challenge though, and

hoping to soak up whatever they

throw at me over there.”

Hay usually sticks to musical

theatre but is hoping to branch

out during the course.

“I am doing this acting

course and throwing myself in

the deep end without the security

of being able to hide behind a


She has participated in a

number of professional musical

productions, including a leading

role in We Will Rock You.

“It was my first kind of lead

role in a bigger company, it was

at the Isaac Theatre Royal, two

and a half weeks of shows, a

1200-seat audience, doing seven

shows a week and it was rock

music so it was very vocally

demanding and then trying to

balance a day job with that was a


Hay is currently balancing

her time as an organisational

psychology consultant, singing

teacher and aspiring actor.

She said she would sometimes

spend 30 to 35 hours a week in

rehearsals while balancing her

other commitments.

She is hoping the 10-week

acting course will help her transition

into acting full-time.

“My goal is to become

competitive in auditioning for

professional roles throughout

New Zealand and possibly even

going over to London for a little


Five wild peacocks shot

•From page 1

Miss Wills said 10 peacocks

had been relocated with the help

of Serendipity Animal Rescue.

But others hadn’t been because

they would flee when trying to be


More time was needed to catch

the peacocks, she said.

Department of Conservation

senior biodiversity ranger Anita

Spencer said there were rare

geckos and skinks in the area.

“DOC hasn’t carried out any

formal surveys to confirm there

are lizards on the farm, but we

understand a herpetologist has

visited the property and identified

the lizards,” she said.

However, Ms Spencer said

chickens posed the same threat to

geckos and skinks that peacocks

did, which Ms Stubenvoll keeps

on her farm.

Ms Stubenvoll said her chickens

were not eating the geckos

and skinks.

“You can tell from the droppings

of a chicken what it has

been eating, if it has been eating

something with blood in it the

droppings go black. Guess what

the colour of the peacock droppings

are? Black! The chickens’ is

a wispy white.”

Ms Stubenvoll also told Bay

Harbour News she plans to eat

the peacocks, and more will be


“It would be an awful waste to

not eat them,” she said.

Miss Wills said she was “disgusted”

by the plan to eat the




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Sharp perspex shards

left on toddler swing

• By Louis Day

VANDALS left a

sinister calling card at

the Diamond Harbour

Playcentre – sharp perspex

on a toddler swing.

Police said the act could

have caused injury.

“A mindless and

dangerous act that could

cause serious harm to

babies,” said Sergeant

Franco Lovrich.

Diamond Harbour

Playcentre president Anna


found the



of the

boat in its




had been

kicked in

on Monday

last week, with shards

scattered all over the


She then saw someone

had placed the shards on

the swing with the sharp

edges facing upwards.

Miss Blundell cut her hand

removing the shards from

the swing.

Sergeant Lovrich

VANDALS: The perspex

window in the Diamond

Harbour Playcentre’s toy

boat was broken and

sharp shards were put

on the toddler swing.

described the act as

mindless and dangerous.

“We will certainly be

following up on this with

the view to potentially

fingerprinting items at the

scene, as well as looking

at their security measures

and providing advice to

them where necessary,”

he said. “We also ask the

public for any information

and that any suspicious

behaviour is reported to


Miss Blundell, who has

three children of her own

attending the playcentre,

was disgusted by the

incident. “It makes me

very angry that someone

would intentionally hurt

our children, the plastic

was in the baby toddler

swings that is for under

two-year-olds. It just

makes me angry that they

think it is funny to do

that,” she said.

Miss Blundell said

vandalism was something

the playcentre used to

experience quite regularly

before security cameras

were put in six months


•Any one with

information on the

incident should phone

police on 328 7905 or

provide information

anonymously through

Crime Stoppers on

0800 555 111.

Dancer stepping up to world stage

• By Louis Day

SAM Richardson wants

to become one of the best

dancers in the world. Now,

the 19-year-old from Mt

Pleasant has the chance to

get there.

He is one of three

performer from Team

Cozy crew, which

has qualified for the

World Hip Hop Dance

Championship in the

United States in August.

Richardson is set to

dance alongside Caleb

Gopal, 18, and Chloe

Wright, 15, in Phoenix.

They finished second in

the mini-crew category

at the Hip Hop New

Zealand Championship

in Auckland last month

and were one of just three

teams from the category

to qualify for the world


Richardson balances

full-time work as a

barber with weekly dance


“I just dance as soon as

I finish work, it’s pretty

busy, but I enjoy both of

them so it’s no stress,” he


The crew will have to

showcase three styles of

hip-hop dancing at the

world champs. Richardson

feels confident ahead of

the competition.

“I think we can do

it, we have just got that

chemistry. It would mean

everything if we got it.”

The styles include

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• By Louis Day

THE FIRST walls of the

new Redcliffs School went

up last week.

Pupils watched on as the

pre-cast concrete

walls were placed

on Friday.

Principal Rose

McInerney was

delighted with the

progress being


“After a lot of

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is definitely going

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were so many

bridges that we had to

cross to get here, but it is

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have our school return to

the community next year,”

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Pupils will move into

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Prime Minister

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Ms McInerney

is confident Ms

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“We are pretty sure

that she will be there. We

are really excited that she

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that we have been on the

biggest journey to get

here,” she said.

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in November 2016.

It was decided the school

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Wednesday May 22 2019


• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

“LET’S GET the bugger over

there and see what can happen.”

That was the plan behind

a fundraising effort that has

gone into getting Lytteltonbased

performer Tom Trevella

to England to work under

established actor and director

Adrian Rawlins.

At the end of the month, the

long-standing Lyttelton Arts

Factory actor will fly to the town

of Beverley, near Hull, to star in

a contemporary murder mystery

play named Chippy, which will

premiere at the East Riding


He will be working under the

direction of Rawlins, who is best

known for his role of James Potter

in the Harry Potter films and

Arthur Kidd in the 1989 horror

film The Woman in Black.

More than $3500 was raised

at a quiz night on Saturday held

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Trevella said it was really

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his trip overseas and was looking

forward to being able to give

back next year.

Chippy is earmarked to be

performed in the LAF next

MURDER MYSTERY: Lyttelton Arts Factory actor Tom Trevella and Hester Ullyart will perform at

the East Riding Theatre in an original play by Joe Bennett, named Chippy. The show will come to

Lyttelton next year. ​


“It is a chance for me to broaden

my horizon and get to work

in a different environment,”

Trevella said.

Trevella described Rawlins

as an “actor’s director” and was

most looking forward to taking

advantage of his knowledge and


“Just working with a professional,

he has been working in

the industry for so many years

He is going to have a lot to pass

on,” Trevella said.

The opportunity for Trevella

to travel overseas is born out

of the strong professional relationship

between LAF

creative director Mike Friend

and Rawlins.

The relationship between the

two theatre companies has led

to the formation of an artist




Lyttelton actor takes play to England

exchange programme which has

given actors the opportunity to

travel between England and New


In the past four years,

the theatre companies have

collaborated on a range of

projects. It has seen English

actresses Annie Kirkman and

Hester Ullyart travel to the city

to perform in The Butler Dresses

Again at LAF.

Ullyart also returned to LAF

this year to be mentored by

Friend to direct the show of Our


The show will see Trevella

perform alongside Ullyart,

who has worked at a range of

theatre companies including

Northern Broadsides, West

Yorkshire Playhouse and

Sheffield Theatres.

Trevella said the beauty of having

worked with Ullyart before is

already having a rapport which

makes it easier because there

is only two weeks to rehearse


As well as heading to England,

he has numerous projects on

the go including television pilot

Don’t Be Frank produced by Nick

Mclean and Motion and Light

Video Production.

He will also perform in The

Wind in the Willows at The

Court Theatre at the end of the


Residents pleased with removal of Balmoral Hill fence

• By Louis Day

THE FENCE at the bottom

of Balmoral Hill has been


The fence, which was put there

following the February 22, 2011,

earthquake, was removed on

Tuesday after the city council

found it was no longer needed.

Over the last 18 months the

city council has been undertaking

a review and clean-up of the

fences remaining around the

city post-earthquake.

“There was a delay in removing

the fence as there was a

redundant drain that had to

be made safe. As this has happened,

and other maintenance

was undertaken

(trimming of vegetation),

the fence has been removed,’’

said city council

delivery transport and

planning manager Lynette


Redcliffs Residents

Association chairwoman

Christine Toner was delighted

to see the fence removed.

“It is just fantastic, we are just

absolutely thrilled about it,” she



Community Board member

Darrell Latham thought the

removal of the fence

would enhance the entrance

into the village.

“This is a such

stunning location

with beautiful cliffs

and coastal areas

through which

thousands of people

Christine transit daily. The


removal of the fence

and the trimming of the

vegetation is really positive

and it is another box ticked

in the return to normality for

residents on this side of town,”

he said.

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A PLAN to restore the condition

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Whaka-Ora Healthy Harbour

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Getting away for Mother’s Day

JUST IN CASE you didn’t read last

week’s column, we all got away for a

short family vacation/Mother’s Day

escape to Greymouth at the end of

last week.

Vittoria also only naps once a day

now. It’s a tough transition for me.

Whatever, don’t judge me parents of

older kids.

Pro-tip; a long car ride across the

Southern Alps can give the illusion

of a much longer nap time. As long

as they can’t ask: “Are we there yet?”

We managed to get away for

our trip a mere 40min after our

scheduled departure time.

Vittoria went straight

into her nap as we left the city,

but with a couple of stops

through the mountains

(including the wonderful Otira

Stagecoach Hotel) the total trip

took longer than it would have on

the bus.

I actually enjoyed that though, it

felt more like an old-school Kiwi

whānau getaway. We even stayed in

a holiday park and had a pub meal

on the first night.

Love it.

We managed to get in a fair

amount of sightseeing and

relaxation in a couple of days, with

Friday’s perfect weather making a

great accompaniment to the views

at Punakaiki.

I even managed to sneak in a tour

at the Monteith’s Brewery. Just me


& Matt

though, can you imagine taking a

toddler to a brewery?

For Vittoria, the best part

was quite probably the

playground at the holiday

park. Unfortunately, it started

pouring down with rain not long

after we arrived so she only got to

play on it for like five minutes on

day one.

You should have seen how

heartbroken she was when I took

her back to the room.

There were “everyone-thinks-

I’m-a-bad-parent” level crying and


The next day, her reaction

when she saw that it was still there

and able to be played on

was awesome. She actually said


She’s not even talking yet but the

playground managed to coax out

what could be considered an actual

recognisable word.

Damn, that’s a good playground.

To finish off our trip we took

even longer to come home on

Saturday, adding in more stops.

Fire rages, homes at risk

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Your Local Views

TIDY KIWI: Ferrymead Rotary Club member Ingrid Robertson

transports rubbish to the pick-up point during the Mother of All

Clean Ups.

THE REMOVAL of remnant

piles at Naval Point has been


The 52 concrete piles –

originally from the planned

Magazine Bay marina, which

was devastated by a storm in

2000 – were set to be removed

during April but will now

be removed at the end of the


The delay comes after

equipment required for the

removal project was needed on

the West Coast to help with the

clean-up following the flooding

in March.

The work will now begin in

the final week of this month and

is expected to take four weeks,

depending on sea and weather


City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge said it was

important for the equipment to

have been diverted to help on

the West Coast.

“Although this has caused a

small delay, we are happy the

pile removal will start at the end

of the month, improving the

safety of the popular recreational

spot for the different people and

groups that use the bay for water


The piles will become part of

the Lyttelton Port Company’s

reclamation work, saving on

disposal costs.

A wider piece of work is being

carried out by the city council to

develop Naval Point, which will

involve public consultation later

this year.




Cleaning up our rivers

and cooking meals


Rotary Club


Barbara Crooks

writes about

how the charity

has been giving

back to the


FERRYMEAD Rotarians have

been hands-on in the community

over the past few weeks.

They got their hands dirty

clearing rubbish from the

McCormacks Bay causeway,

then made sure those hands were

clean as they scrubbed up a few

days later to cook an evening

meal at Ronald McDonald


Tanya Jenkins, a Ferrymead

Rotary member and Mother

of All Clean Ups co-ordinator,

identified some encouraging

trends. There were more helpers

than last year, and there was

less rubbish. Even so, the 835

volunteers from 42 groups

gathered 3.6 tonnes (588 bags)

and 61 car tyres.

This was the clean-up’s seventh

year. It encompassed the Avon

and Heathcote rivers, as well

as the estuary. It was organised

by the Avon-Heathcote Estuary

Ihutai Trust, the Avon River

and Heathcote River networks,

with City Care collecting and

disposing of the bags.

A few days later, Ferrymead

Rotarians cooked dinner for

out-of-town families staying at

Ronald McDonald House while

their children receive treatment

at Christchurch Hospital. The

facility caters for children

under-21 who have to come

to Christchurch for long-term


Ferrymead Rotary has joined a

growing number of organisations

and businesses on the cooking

roster. There is no upper or lower

limit – some do it once a year,

others much more regularly.

This was Ferrymead’s second

time, and the crew kept it simple

Fire rages, homes at risk

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Sumner’s club day comeback


• By Gordon Findlater

CLUB DAY was celebrated

in style at St Leonards Square

when Sumner’s premier side

overturned a 17-point deficit

to beat Sydenham 28-22 on


Sumner found themselves

in a tricky situation after just

20min. A try

to winger


Oswald was

all the they

had on the

board while


ran rampant

to take a 5-22




“We got

ourselves into

a hole playing some horrible

rugby. It was reminiscent of

the first five rounds . . . we were

absolutely gone,” said coach

Martin Dodgson.

However, Sumner didn’t

replicate the trend that saw them

start the season with five straight

losses. A try to Mathew Tuala

and a penalty try following a

high shot on Oswald before the

end of the half saw them turn the

tide to trail 21-22 at the break.

“It shows how far the team

has come, especially the leaders.

The leaders were really calm and

came up with some really clear

solutions and then the boys went

to work,” Dodgson said.

As the home crowd came

alive, Sumner dominated the

second half. Their set piece and

defence came to the fore, which

resulted in Sydenham being kept

scoreless – the first time Sumner

hadn’t conceded points in a half

this year. A converted try from

halfback Hayden O’Donnell

proved to be the difference.

“That second half was really

reminiscent of the second half

against Lincoln University. We

forced them into a lot of errors,

which caused a lot of set piece

which we were dominating,” said


The win was Sumner’s third

on the trot following results

against Lincoln University and

Canterbury University. They

still have a mathematical chance

of sneaking into the top six for

the second half of the season.

However, they will need other

results to go their way in the final

three rounds of the competition’s

Bays fight to achieve their SFL goal

FERRYMEAD Bays are entering

do or die territory in their bid to

qualify for the Southern Football


Bays are two points off a spot

in the Mainland Premier League

top five after a 0-2 away loss to

Nelson Suburbs at the weekend.

The top five teams at the

conclusion of the MPL will

qualify for this year’s SFL.

With five rounds remaining

in the MPL, Saturday’s match

against Western AFC at

Ferrymead Park will be crucial

in their bid to make the cut for

the SFL.

When Bays and Western met

on April 6, Western took the

honours 1-2 at Walter Park.

Over the weekend, keeper

Adam Highfield ensured Bays

went into the break 0-0 in

Nelson. He did well to shut out

Nelson Suburbs in the second

half. However, with just 13min to

play, Nelson Suburbs broke the

deadlock through Ben Wright.

Six minutes later Cameron

Gordon found the back of the net

from a Ryan Stewart corner to

double the lead.

Bays will also play in the

second round of the Chatham

Cup after a 2-1 win over Halswell


They will meet FC Twenty 11

on Queen’s Birthday for a place

in the next round.

SUCCESS: (Clockwise) – Halfback Hayden O’Donnell scored

Sumner’s match-winning try against Sydenham. Harry Hawkes

and Liam Taylor picked up awards after the Sumner Kingfish’s

70-30 win over Halswell-Wigram on club day. The Sumner

Sharks started club day early with a 32-5 win at Christchurch

Park on Friday night.

first phase. Other club day

results saw the Sumner Sharks

start their celebration early in the

classics division with a 32-5 win

over the Christchurch Canardly

Heroes at Christchurch Park

on Friday night. Meanwhile,

Sumner’s reserve side went down

5-63 to Sydenham’s reserves at St

Leonards Square.

Sumner and Suburbs’

combined under-16 girls team

also played at St Leonards

on Saturday, going down to

Prebbleton 22-50.

But it was a club day to

remember for Sumner’s junior

teams. Their 12 junior sides

all played at McCormacks Bay

and enjoyed huge success. The

only loss of the day came in

an all-Sumner affair, meaning

all opposition sides were left


On Saturday, Sumner’s

premier side will face Burnside,

which are in ninth spot, tied

with Sumner on 17 points. The

match at Burnside Park kicks off

at 2.45pm.

Metro premier standings:

Christchurch 33pts, 1; Lincoln

University 33pts, 2; Marist

Albion 31pts, 3; HSOB 27pts,

4; Shirley 25pts, 5; Linwood

24pts, 6; New Brighton

19pts 7; Sydenham 19pts, 8;

Burnside 17pts, 9; Sumner

17pts, 10; Belfast 11pts, 11;

University 0pts, 12.



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Lexus UX – gateway into the luxury brand


Ross Kiddie

I NEVER would have picked the

change of direction that Lexus has

travelled in the last few years.

The company came onto the

global market in 1989 with a

large sedan and since then sport

sedans, coupes and convertibles,

along with a luxury four-wheeldrive

vehicle, have accounted for

a large part of its sales.

However, in recent times, to

capitalise on the global demand

for sport utility vehicles, Lexus

has changed direction slightly,

there are a large number of SUVs

in the company’s line-up, and it is


Just recently, a compact SUV

has been launched by Lexus.

Badged simply UX, it sits beneath

the small-to-medium NX and

RX. If you think of Toyota RAV4

size, then the UX is about that

stature, however, it gets a heap of

upmarket kit that clearly has it

sitting in the luxury car category.

The UX lands here in force,

there are seven front-wheel-drive

and all-wheel-drive variants, all

are 2-litre powered, yet there is

the option of hybrid technology.

From what I’m picking up from

Lexus New Zealand and at local

dealer level, the hybrid is the

car to beat and it is the subject

of this evaluation , an F-Sport

Limited to be exact. It sits at


Incidentally, the UX hits the

showroom floors at $59,900 for

a 2-litre petrol, while a rangetopping

4WD Limited hybrid sits

at $75,900.

I’ve driven a lot of hybrids out

of the Lexus and Toyota stables

recently, and I agree, the UX in

hybrid form takes a lot of beating.

For one the hybrid system has

become what I would call normal.

Whereas once hybrids took a little

understanding and a technique

to drive them effectively, that

has all changed. Today’s hybrid

works much like any other petrolpowered

car, it feels just so right,

and in Lexus form the refinement

within the driveline mechanicals

makes it hard to detect any

transfer of power between electric

delivery and when the petrol

engine kicks in.

Of course, there are many

other benefits other than the

sophistication, the UX hybrid is

rated with a 4.5-litre per 100km

(63mpg) combined cycle fuel

usage rating. That claim sits

well with the readout on the

evaluation car, it was showing

around 7l/100km (40mpg) when

I took it back to the dealership.

The UX is also quick, that’s the

LEXUS UX F-SPORT: Two-litre engine with or without hybrid


benefit of electric delivery. It will

scamper to 100km/h in 8.6sec,

and will complete an overtake

manoeuvre in 5sec. The latter

is attributed to the solid midrange

delivery between electric

and petrol, the UX has dynamic

performance, Lexus claiming

power outputs of 135kW and


Not only is the UX a spirited

drive, it also handles with aplomb.

I guess it doesn’t wear a F-Sport

badge for nothing, the UX has

accurate corner turn-in and

definite steering feel.

This is something Lexus does

so well, the steering is involving

and communicative. Riding on

beautiful Bridgestone Turanza

tyres (225/50 x 18in), there is a lot

of rubber in contact with the road

and it shows, grip levels are high

even without the four-wheeldrive


There is little sensation power

is coming out the front wheels

only, the UX is balanced and

controlled and, of course, you

get an amazingly compliant ride,

traditional with all Lexus models.

That luxury feel doesn’t end

there, the cockpit and cabin area

is plush, the way Lexus create

interiors is a real credit. The test

car was trimmed with white

leather, yet there are contrasting

elements which work effectively

to tone down the overpowering

effect of light.

There are also the ingredients

which luxury car owners would

expect even from an SUV. The

UX is chock full of the latest

technology for safety, comfort

and convenience, and its styling

and design inside and out is eyecatching

and desirable. All of the

ingredients are in place to make

the UX very much a part of the

• Price – Lexus UX 250h

F-Sport, $72,900

• Dimensions – Length,

4495mm; width, 1840mm;

height, 1520mm

• Configuration – Fourcylinder,


1987cc, 135kW, 188Nm,

continuously variable


• Performance –

0-100km/h, 8.4sec

• Fuel usage – 4.5l/100km

Lexus family.

Lexus claim the UX is the

gateway model into the brand. I

guess that’s a good call, however,

the company will have to market

that hard, Toyota have just

launched an amazing new RAV4,

and some models have similar

drivelines to the UX. While it’s nice

to step up into Lexus luxury, some

buyers may well be happy with the

cheaper option.

Wherever the UX goes in

terms of sales, it is just part of

a spectacular range of Lexus


Personally, I’d still be sticking

to one of the sport sedans or

coupes from the stable, but for

those who do need or want an

SUV, the UX will certainly be

a purchase which will keep the

buyer happy for many years, and

it will definitely put a smile on

their face every time they see

the savings hybrids offer when it

comes to fill-up time at the local

service station.

Wednesday May 22 2019

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1999 toYota landCruiser Prado tz

sunroof, low kms, diesel turbo

Only 161,766kms, eight

seats, auto, timing belt

changed, one owner

in NZ since it

was imported,

very tidy.


$103 Pw

2014 mazda 3 2.0 gsx

nz new, onlY 40460kms, Cruise

Popular sporthatch, chain

driven engine, excellent

economy with i-stop,

blindspot monitoring, reverse

camera, navigation/maps,

6 airbags.


$114 Pw

2011 toYota Hilux 4wd

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New muds and rims, snorkel, bonnet

protector, reverse camera, 3.0 diesel

turbo, automatic.


$157 Pw

2013 ford ranger 3.2 td xl

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towing capacity, factory alloys,


$27,990 $157 Pw

2012 Holden Commodore ss-V ute

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automatic, 6 litre V8,

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$163 Pw

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2011 ford kuga titanium sPeC

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multipile airbags, cruise control, black

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$103 Pw

2005 mazda atenza 2.3s wagon

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Looks great, black on black out alloys,

tinted windows,

chain driven engine.


$53 Pw

2006 toYota raV-4

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alloys, 4wd, rear spoiler, spare

wheel cover


$53 Pw

2004 Holden Crewman s V6

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pets, cruise control, alloys,

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2007 nissan skYline 350gt

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Performance and comfort from this rear

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2012 Holden Commodore

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Hot looking Commodore, rear spoiler,

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2010 toYota Vitz rs

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Push button start/stop, factory alloys,

chain driven engine, excellent

fuel economy.


2006 mazda axela 2.3 sPortsHatCH

blaCkout alloYs, PaddlesHift

Chain driven, 2.3 litre engine,

body kit, rear spoiler,

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2005 mazda atenza 2.3z sPortHatCH

18inCH alloYs, Half leatHer trim

Near new tyres, chain driven,

2.3 litre engine, auto, Tip Tronic

option, tidy condition


$55 Pw $48 Pw

2007 Holden Commodore sV6

sPorts seats, rear sPoiler

Cruise control, factory bodykit, alloys,

traction control, looks great in

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2013 GREAT wAll v240 2wD

2.4 Petrol, 5 speed, factory alloys,

airbags, abs, towbar, good tidy ute

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$95 pw

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NZ NEw $13,995

2015 SkODA OcTAvIA 132kw

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control, park assist, plus much more.

NZ NEw $16,995

2012 MITSubISHI OuTlANDER 2.4 lS

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cruise, bluetooth, towbar, 5 seat.

vAluE wAS $9,995 NOw $8,995

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$159 pw

$42 pw

2008 MITSubISHI TRITON 3.2 GlS 4wD

3.2 Turbo diesel, auto, rear diff lock, canopy, alloys,

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bE quIck $21,995


3.0 Petrol, auto, multi airbags, apple carplay &

android auto, reverse cam, versatile family suv!

7 SEATER $25,995

2014 TOYOTA HIluX 4wD D/cAb

1 Owner, 3.0 turbo diesel, 5 spd manual, multi airbags,

stability control, cruise, bluetooth, hardlid, tidy ute.

NZ NEw $28,995


1.5L VVTi, auto, factory bodykit, dark interior,

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2012 TOYOTA HIluX 2wD FlATDEck

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GOOD kM $22,995

2006 NISSAN NAvARA D/cAb 4wD

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reverse cam, tidy ute.

NZ NEw $17,995

2014 SuZukI GRAND vITARA 4wD

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2014 MAZDA bT-50 GlX 2wD D/cAb

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1 OwNER $25,995

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2009 SuZukI EScuDO SAlOMON lTD

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Wednesday May 22 2019

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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

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


Akaroa Library

JP Clinic at Sumner

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. No

charge for this service.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner


Shoreline Toastmasters

Monday 7.30-9pm

Email louis.day@starmedia.kiwi by 5pm

each Wednesday

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,


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


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

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


Mt Pleasant Walking Group

Tuesday and Thursday,


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

Sumner Centre Book

Discussion Scheme

Today, 11am–noon

For those who love reading and

want to share in discussion with

other friendly book lovers. Held

every third Wednesday of the


Matuku Takotako: Sumner


Wā Korero: Storytimes


Storytimes is an interactive

programme including stories,

songs, rhymes and play. This is a

free session.

Lyttelton Library

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


Lyttelton Library

JP Clinic at Little River

Tomorrow, 11am-12.30pm

A justice of the peace will be

available to members of the community,

to witness signatures and

documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

Go along to a


Help Session

on Monday,

2-3pm. If you

need help using

your computer,


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


Matuku Takotako:

Sumner Centre.

affidavits or affirmations as well

as sign citizenship, sponsorship

or rates rebates applications.

There is no charge for this


Little River Library

Near & Far: Diamond

Harbour Painting Group


Friday, Saturday and Sunday


Last chance this weekend to see

some beautiful works by talented

local artists who are members of

the Diamond Harbour Painting

Group on show at Stoddart

Cottage Gallery. Most works

are for sale. Historic Stoddart

Cottage is an interesting place

to visit as part of a day out in

Diamond Harbour.

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Auction Sunday 9 June 2019 at 11am (unless sold prior)

4 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 2 toilets | 2 living rooms | 1 car garage | Listing Number OPA24664



Perfectly positioned within a stone’s throw

of the water, this gorgeous character property

is situated in the coveted Moncks Bay

waterfront circle, offering an idyllic beach

lifestyle in fabulous family-friendly Redcliffs.

In this fantastic location, within a short

walk of the village and schools, the home

enjoys uninterrupted captivating views of the

ocean, the Clifton hinterland and Shag Rock.

Keen surfers will be able to check the waves

every morning from their bedroom window.

Beautifully renovated in a blend of the

traditional with modern style, the home

boasts a sparkling new kitchen and bathroom

and fresh décor including stunning feature

wallpaper giving it a contemporary beach

feel. The elegant character features remain

with leadlights, bay windows, timber

paneling throughout.

Families will be excited by the spaces on

offer with the downstairs comprising a large

formal living, and generous living/dining

area off the kitchen, plus one bedroom and

a toilet with spacious seperate laundry.

Upstairs there are three further double

bedrooms and a family-style bathroom.

Flowing nicely from the indoors, the

options for outdoor living include the

attractive garden and timber deck plus a

covered BBQ area that offers an alternative

space to entertain and dine outdoors even

when there’s a breeze. With the property

perched at the water’s edge, you can take a

family walk on the sand after dinner or even

a quick swim before school.

The large log burner in the lounge and two

extra heatpumps will keep everyone cosy on

those winter nights or frosty mornings.

The functional single garage includes

additional storage, and the long driveway

provides plentiful off-street parking for

extra vehicles.

Located within a short walk of the shops,

cafes, eateries and bars of the village and just

a barefoot walk from the beach, this lovely

character home offers a superb lifestyle.

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Auction Sunday 9 June 2019 at 11.00am

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• By Sophie Cornish


Brighton’s Hawke St car park.

Coastal-Burwod Ward city

counci lor David East wants

WorkSafe to pre sure the car

park’s private owners into

a “trip and vehicle” hazard.

WorkSafe chief inspector

a se sment southern Da ren

Surf club move

Safety at Work Act 2015, “as a

to rebuild on new site


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

and the Coastal-Burw od

Community Board recently

around health and safety.

Cr East said the bi gest i sue

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• By Georgia O’Co nor-Harding


have taken a step back in time,

s eing first hand what men and

horses l oked like during war.

The New Zealand Mounted

Rifles Charitable Trust president

Mark A pleton and member

Mike Donaldson t ok their

horses to the sch ol on Monday,

Li ter library

River working group

Problem areas for li ter


Rebuilding a healthy

ecosystem in the Selwyn River

Ja z Competition.

• By Sophie Cornish

THE ST Andrew’s Co lege big

band had extra incentive to

win a the National Youth Ja z

Competition – ba s player, Tom

Fastier, co lapsed and died the

to undertake work.

Cr East said there had b en

a “number of incidences” in


Mon - Fri

8. 0am to 5. 0pm

in a bid to educate pupils on the

sacrifice their ancestors made in

World War 1 and World War 2.

Mr A pleton and Mr Donaldson

a rived a the sch ol dre sed

in World War 1 uniforms while

their horses Tommy and Kruze

wore 1 0-year-old sa dles donated

to the trust.

The presentation is a prelude

christchurch east

Ca l to make an

a pointment

P: 384 9459

Pool plans for Edgeware

Designs for ind or learner’s

p ol revealed


themselves which had gone


“I’ve always though that it

or senior citizens perhaps

Loca ly Owned

Authorised by Jo Hayes

Unit 6/950 Fe ry Road, Christchurch

day before the competition


“Tom was a ba s player from

Cashmere High Sch ol who was

playing with our big band this

year. He had a strong chance of

wi ning best ba s player a the

to the Gr endale Recreation Reserve

Management Commi t e’s

upcoming Anzac Day service.

As a tribute to those who

served, members of the trust wi l

ride horseback to the service.

Mr A pleton said it was

important children were

educated on what soldiers

wen through during World

Cyclist’s helipad bid

Serious crash gives new

perspective on ride to hospital

• By Gordon Findlater


returned from the United

Kingdom last w ek after

festival as he was a very a complished

musician,” head of music

Duncan Ferguson said.

“We were delighted to win, but

it was bi tersw et,” he said.

St Andrew’s won the most

outstanding big band title a the

tri ping in those potholes and

He is confiden the new

a proach wi l bring results.

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It comes after the city council

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pla ned for Shirley Rd, near the

intersection with Hi ls Rd. This

was the site of the former community

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