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Teaching others to lava volcano

CLEVER: Associate professor and volcanologist Ben Kennedy has won Canterbury University’s highest teaching award.

• By Sophie Cornish

SUMNER volcanologist Ben

Kennedy liked blowing up

vinegar and baking soda when

he was a young boy. Now he

travels the world studying lava

at active sites and has used his

experiences, as well as years of

study, to educate others on how

and why volcanoes erupt.

Dr Kennedy has won

Canterbury University’s highest

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Lyttelton and Sumner

Seawall will

need to be

rebuilt to

protect

coast from

future storms

• By Louis Day

AN EXPERT says the Sumner

Esplanade rock retaining wall

will need to be rebuilt.

Otago University associate

geography professor Mike Hilton

said if the 1.2km seawall is not

rebuilt within 10 years or so,

there will be an

increased risk of

exposure to waves

coming over the

wall.

Prof Hilton

has examined a

report on the wall

from engineering

Mike Hilton

consultant, Jacobs, which found

there are 19 points along the wall

where repairs are required.

However, Prof Hilton

said there is no immediate

danger.

“In the next few years, the

storm surge on that coast is not

particularly large. However,

when you look beyond the

short-term to the medium-term,

those storms are going to get

significantly larger and will have

a greater impact because the sea

level will be higher,” he said.

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INTERESTING STUFF about the state of

the sea wall in Sumner (see page 1).

University professor Mike Hilton said if

the 1.2km sea wall is not rebuilt within 10

years or so, there will be an increased risk

of exposure to waves coming over the wall.

His insight comes after a report found 19 points along the wall

need to be repaired.

Climate change, rising sea levels and storm surges will all

combine in the future to potentially cause issues. But the city

council is confident a set back wall will prevent flooding.

However, community board member Darrell Latham says

there is a strong case for rebuilding the wall.

On another note, he has been cleared over the code of conduct

complaint (page 5).

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The Redcliffs Residents’ Association wants the empty councilowned

building at the old Redcliffs School site to be managed

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Trees pay respect to terror victims

• By Jess Gibson

FIFTY-ONE TREES bursting

with colour will soon stand tall

in Cass Bay to remember those

who were killed in the March 15

terror attacks.

Among displays of red, green

and pink – kowhai trees will

pay tribute to 14-year-old victim

Sayyad Milne, whose favourite

colour was yellow.

A planting event held at

Pony Point Reserve on

Sunday was the idea of nineyear-old

Harry Tayler, of Cass

Bay, who adored Sayyad during

their “special” three-year

friendship.

Sayyad was a senior at Harry’s

current school, Lyttelton Primary

School, two years ago before

he moved on to Cashmere High

School.

Upset after losing Sayyad,

Harry decided to fundraise

$420 for the tree seedlings

himself by collecting donations

and reselling used bikes.

About 100 volunteers were

involved, including Sayyad’s

family, residents, members of

the Active Muslim Explorers

rising leaders and Canterbury

University’s Muslim Students’

Association.

Before he died, Sayyad was

a part of AME with his sister,

Cahaya, and his brother,

Shuayb.

AME is a programme for

intermediate to high school students,

started in 2016 to encourage

young people to become role

models for their peers in the

community.

Sayyad’s mother, Noraini, said

she was proud her son showed

the qualities of a leader.

Cass Bay Reserve Management

Committee chairwoman

Jenny Healey organised the

planting day.

“There was an amazing

atmosphere and warmth which

could be felt during the event,”

she said.

She said planting colourful

trees was chosen as a useful

way to pay respect to the victims,

as it would attract and feed

birds and provide a tranquil

space for the Muslim community

to visit.

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TURNOUT:

About 100

volunteers

were

involved

in the

planting of

51 trees to

remember

the March

15 terror

attack

victims,

including

the family

of Sayyad

Milne (inset). ​

It also tied in with the Muslim

belief that planting trees provides

a gift of service.

At the event, Harry was gifted

Sayyad’s football by his father.

The ball, which was Sayyad’s

14th-birthday present, was

placed at the memorial wall

at Al Noor Mosque following

March 15.

Sayyad loved football and

aimed to play professionally

overseas.

In Brief

TOILETS UNDER SCRUTINY

City council staff will investigate

options for public toilet upgrades

in Lyttelton. The Banks Peninsula

Community Board requested that

staff look at improving facilities at

the Information Centre and Albion

Square after it received a letter

of correspondence at its meeting

on Monday. It suggested the city

council’s plan to increase the

frequency of cleaning of the current

public toilets was not enough and

that a proper refurbishment should

be carried out before summer.

Meanwhile, the city council wants

the public to have its say on a

proposal to replace the existing

Cass Bay toilets with new, fully

accessible toilet blocks that also

function as changing rooms.

Consultation is open until August

12. Visit https://www.ccc.govt.nz/

the-council/consultations-andsubmissions/haveyoursay/show/258

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DEFENCE: Darrell Latham says the Sumner seawall needs to

be maintained.

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Strong case for

rebuilding seawall

•From page 1

City council manager of

regional parks Kay Holder said

there are no plans to rebuild the

wall.

“We know that in large

storms, seawater can overtop

the revetment, however, the

water is then contained by the

setback wall, which separates the

promenade from the Esplanade,”

she said.

“The whole structure provides

two lines of defence, which

effectively manages existing sealevel

conditions. We’ll be using

the findings of this report to help

prepare a multi-year repairs and

strategy work programme.”

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham said there is a

strong case for rebuilding the

wall.

“The community needs the

reassurance that the seawall is

not only well maintained but

designed to optimum and ideal

standards and is fully fit for

purpose,” he said.

Award for Sumner volcanologist

•From page 1

In Vancouver, Canada, Dr

Kennedy did a post-doctorate

on teaching, with training from

Nobel Prize winning scientist

Carl Wieman.

“That’s how this teaching

award kind of came about,

because I spent a lot of time

researching good ways to teach,”

he said.

Dr Kennedy has been teaching

at Canterbury University for

10 years, and now works in a

facility where rock can be melted

to make lava.

“We can do experiments

and pour it out down a lava flow.

We also have a cannon here that

can fire rocks at things, so we

can see for example if your roof

is strong enough to withstand an

impact from a volcanic bomb.

We’re the only lab with that in

New Zealand.”

His sons Noah, 8, and Viggo,

5, share the same passion.

“Viggo loves doing

experiments, it drives me

up the wall. We go through

more baking soda and vinegar

than any other family on the

planet.”

Dr Kennedy has travelled to

Vanuatu, Chile and Hawaii,

among other places, to see active

volcanoes and experiment with

lava.

On his trip to Hawaii, he

filmed a show called Lava

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Low interest in community building

• By Jess Gibson

AN EMPTY building available

for lease at the old Redcliffs

School site has struggled to

gain interest from community

groups.

Redcliffs Residents’

Association chairwoman

Christine Toner sent out more

than 200 emails

to help the city

council find a

group which

wants to lease the

building.

However,

after very few

Christine

expressions of

interest, the

association

Toner

wants to form either a new

sub-committee or independent

group to lease and manage it.

The modern building, which

is owned by the city council,

has four rooms and opens out

on to a courtyard overlooking

Redcliffs Park and playing fields.

“It’s such a good building and

I’m sure eventually people will

realise it’s too good to pass up,”

said Ms Toner.

She said the association does

not have an interest in leasing or

managing the building itself.

“It’s still important that it’s

managed locally. We don’t want

a commercial user or somebody

far away being in charge of the

EMPTY: The Redcliffs Residents’ Association wants the empty

council-owned building at the old Redcliffs School site to be

managed by a community group or organisation.

building, that’s why I’m stepping

up and trying to organise this.”

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge said staff are

currently conducting an open

expression of interest process to

find occupants for the building.

The occupants would be

expected to have a building

manager who would oversee

bookings, insurance, security

and cleaning, among other

things.

A meeting will be held on

August 16 at the building

for residents, groups and

organisations to learn more.

Once that has been completed

a further request for proposals

will follow, with the results

and lease recommendations

then presented to the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board for a final decision.

Latham cleared of code

of conduct complaint

• By Louis Day

THE CITY council has chosen

not to proceed with code of

conduct complaints against

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham.

Dr Latham was one of three

individuals to be cleared over

the code of conduct complaints

relating to allegations city council

staff tampered with the District

Plan. The complaints against

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim Money

and deputy chairman Tim Sintes

were also resolved.

The board members had

been facing the code of conduct

complaints since September.

Their allegation city council staff

had tampered with the District

Plan led to Greater Christchurch

Regeneration Minister Megan

Woods approving the city

council’s proposal to amend it.

They claimed city council

staff omitted a clause which

gave leeway to people in specific

coastal areas, deemed at risk of

flooding, to build and extend

homes.

However, an audit which the

city council commissioned,

by Environment Canterbury

councillor and former

Environment Court judge Peter

Skelton found there never was a

missing clause.

Said Dr Latham: ‘’It was very

disappointing that the previous

CEO relentlessly pursued the

process and wasted ratepayers’

money when legal advice found

that community board members

are not bound by the council’s

code of conduct.

“I took the actions that I

would expect that any elected

representative would do for me

and I would do it all again for my

community if required.”

$169,000 in grants from board

• By Jess Gibson

ABOUT $169,000 will be

distributed to groups and

organisations in Banks Peninsula.

The Banks Peninsula

Community Board has passed 22

applications for funding from its

strengthening communities

fund.

Akaroa Resource Collective

Trust, Lyttelton Community

House Trust and The Little River

Wairewa Community Trust are

among the list of organisations

which requested grants.

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Everingham enters race

for community board seat

LYTTELTON identity

Wendy Everingham has

put her hand up for a spot

on the Banks Peninsula

Community Board.

The political newcomer

will stand as an

independent for one of

two Lyttelton Community

Subdivision seats in

October’s local body

elections.

The People’s Choice has

announced it will back

Tyrone Fields and Reuben

Davidson for the same

spot.

Said Mrs Everingham:

“Lyttelton has been my

home for the past 16 years.

I have been fully immersed

in Lyttelton Harbour and

wider peninsula life from

the day I arrived.”

She has been Lyttelton

reserve management

committee chairwoman

for three years and says

it has given her greater

insight into the processes

of the city council.

She has served

in governance and

management roles at

the Lyttelton Harbour

Information Centre,

Lyttelton Harbour Review

Wendy Everingham

and Project Lyttelton.

After many years in

the not-for-profit sector,

and some civic awards

along the way, Mrs

Everingham said she

knows how to listen,

manage priorities and get

things done.

“It’s important to be

accessible, knowledgeable,

locally and communityfocused,”

she said.

“I want to ensure a

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one size fits all suburban

response is not what is

imposed on our close-knit

smaller community.”

Mrs Everingham

wants to ensure more

transparent and open

decision-making and said

city council seminars

with staff, city councillors

and community board

members should be open

to the public.

She believes there should

be no decision-making

behind closed doors.

“The more open the

system, the more faith

people can have in the

outcomes,” she said.

Mrs Everingham believes

a key to satisfactory

outcomes for smaller

places will be to let

communities take more

responsibility for their

areas.

She wants the city

council to acknowledge it

does not have the resources

to actively manage all

the areas that need to be

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communities want to

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In Brief

Eco-village idea for Redcliffs

CLOCK TOWER REPAIRS

Structural repairs to Sumner’s

Scarborough Clock Tower are set

to start this week, with internal

work starting today. The tower,

built in the 1930s, has damage

that is the result of earthquake,

historical and environmental

factors. Work is expected to be

complete by November.

CAR FIRE

The Sumner Volunteer Fire

Brigade attended a car fire on

Evans Pass at 11pm on Saturday.

One vehicle with six crew spent

about 30 minutes extinguishing

the fire. Police also attended but

were unable to determine the

cause of the fire.

NAVAL POINT FEEDBACK

The city council received more

than 300 responses from people,

groups and organisations for

the public consultation on the

development of Naval Point.

Feedback will be made public

once it has been analysed, which

is likely to take around four weeks

due to the number and length

of submissions received. It is

the first of two rounds of public

consultation that are being

carried out. The initial round

will help form a development

plan, which the public will get to

comment on through a second

feedback round.

• By Jess Gibson

DAVID BRYCE wants to turn

Redcliffs into the city’s first

eco-village.

A new draft strategy

developed by Mr Bryce, 71,

with the Redcliffs Residents’

Association, aims to help the

community reduce its impact on

the environment.

It comes after the city council’s

decision to declare a climate and

ecological emergency in May.

Mr Bryce, an ex-resource

management consultant, has

been passionate about the

environment for as long as he

can remember.

The plan proposes residents

follow a list of 20 actions,

including reducing fossilfuelled

vehicle travel, growing

a vegetable garden, picking up

litter and reducing household

energy.

“It’s just a start, there are

hundreds of different things that

people do,” Mr Bryce said.

Residents who want to take

part can measure how they are

reducing their environmental

impact at www.enviro-mark.com,

which has a calculator to compare

household CO2 emissions with

the New Zealand average.

The goal is for residents to

reduce their emissions by one

per cent each month so they are

halved by 2030.

“We are very keen for other

areas to follow the same path.

If they did then we would have

a totally different country, and

world, for that matter,” he said.

The first public meeting and

discussion on the strategy will

be on August 14 at 7.30pm in the

Mt Pleasant Bowling Club and

Function Centre on James St.

Following the meeting other

events will be organised, such

as documentary screenings,

public talks with guest speakers,

workshops, working bees and

tours around eco-homes to

promote the strategy.

Mr Bryce retired at 56

after he became frustrated

with developers who did not

want to do more than they

had to in terms of addressing

environmental issues.

He then developed Ti Kouka

Eco Lane, an environmentallyfriendly,

12-lot subdivision. It

has extensive use of site-rock,

minimal pavement, stormwater

swales, high solar access,

extensive indigenous plantings

for micro-climates and wildlife

habitat, and solar lighting.

CHOICE: David

Bryce, who lives

in an eco-home

surrounded with

native trees and

bush, wants to

turn Redcliffs into

an eco-village.

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Mr Bryce lives nearby in his

eco-home, where he and his

wife grow their own fruit and

vegetables.

“We’ve got a little ecocommunity

here, it’s just a

matter of making it into an even

bigger one with the whole of

Redcliffs.”

•To attend the meeting or

learn more, get in touch

with Redcliffs Residents’

Association chairwoman

Christine Toner at

christine@toner.co.nz or

phone 027 433 9598.

Your last chance

to join the party!

There’s only 2 days left to join

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Wednesday August 7 2019

News

Designer turns heads

• By Jess Gibson

Lucy Hill

EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD Lucy

Hill, of Diamond Harbour,

has proven that when you mix

yellow with purple, you get

success.

The Hagley School of Fashion

student won

2019 Young

Designer

of the Year

on July 27

at the MLT

Hokonui

Fashion Design

Awards

in Gore for

her Open Nightlife entry.

Lucy’s dress, made of bright

yellow faux-fur and purple lace

trimmings with a picture of one

of her paintings in the centre,

was the product of 10 weeks of

work.

The painting represents an

exploration of the human form

and gender roles.

The awards took place at a

transformed Gore Town &

Country Club Stadium before

an appreciative audience of 700,

hailing from as far afield as

China.

It was Lucy’s first time bagging

any prizes in her second year

entering the Hokonui fashion

awards – and she was surprised

her hard work had paid off.

“Cutting up the fur was a

BY THE time you’re reading this,

I’ve likely skipped the country.

Whoa, what an intro right?

What dastardly thing could I have

done huh?

The truth is we’re off on holiday.

No, we didn’t book it in the last

week, this is a serious trip.

We are going to Italy to spend

five weeks with Laura’s family in

the village where she grew up.

Apart from the excitement of

getting in a bonus summer with

easy access to the beach and

Venice, it’ll be the first time any of

Vittoria’s Italian relatives have met

her, or she them.

The flights themselves and

meeting the family should make

SKILLED: Lucy Hill won 2019

Young Designer of the Year

with a yellow fur dress which

features a painting of hers

representing an exploration

of the human form and

gender roles.

nightmare,” she said.

The garment has earned her

free flights and accommodation

to New Zealand Fashion Week

in Auckland from August 26 to

September 1, as well as monetary

prizes.

Lucy is in her second year at

Hagley School of Fashion and

has always had an interest in the

subject.

good reading for you next week.

But before all that we’ve still got to

get all the packing out of the way.

Which is a whole lot more

tactical with a toddler than it was

before she was born.

My clothes and essentials took

about the usual five minutes to get

together and Laura’s packing took

much longer, as per standard.

But getting Vittoria’s things together

was much more involved.

“I think it’s really interesting

how everyone can express themselves

through fashion.”

Head of fashion Vicki Dixon

said it was very exciting to see

Lucy’s design do so well.

“She’s a true artist – she’s a

painter, a print-maker, and does

ceramics. She’s very talented,”

Ms Dixon said.

Speaking on behalf of fellow

judges Sally-Ann Mullin and

Wynn Crawshaw, Sara Munro,

of Company of Strangers,

Dunedin, praised the “amazing”

calibre of entries from schools,

and from those entering the

open sections.

The judging panel had scoured

more than 340 garments from

250 entrants to identify section

and overall winners, and had

been “astonished” by the level of

skill and attention to detail, she

said.

Southern designers were

well represented among open

section winners, including Viv

Tamblyn, of Gore, in the Open

Streetwear section and Debbie

Smith, of Waimumu, in the

Open Recycled section.

Founder Heather Paterson’s

husband, Wade, who kept the

event going following her death

in 2015, announced on Saturday

night his family’s continued

sponsorship of the awards until

2024.

Cable powered up

LYTTELTON’S new 11kV

electricity cable through the road

tunnel was switched on by Orion

last Wednesday.

The $3 million, 2.2km cable

runs through the Lyttelton

tunnel and connects up with Lyttelton’s

electricity grid at Orion’s

Dublin St substation.

The cable was expected to be

fully operational by the end of

May but was delayed while other

works were being undertaken in

the area to ensure the integrity of

the cable.

The service will boost the

capacity, resilience and reliability

of the power service to the Lyttelton,

Corsair Bay and Cass Bay

community.

The project is the culmination

of three years of work by

Orion to address reliability and

resilience issues with the power

supply to Lyttelton.

Said Deputy Mayor and Banks

Peninsula councillor Andrew

Turner: “This increased resilience

in the power network is important

to the Lyttelton area. It gives

more security to the people living

here, and to the businesses operating

in this community.”

Orion general manager of

infrastructure Steve Macdonald

said the new cable will operate

in tandem with the existing two

11kV power supply lines that run

over the Port Hills.

Obviously, as a husband, I’m

completely unqualified to do that

unsupervised, so I’ve provided

consultation on the content of Vittoria’s

bag about three times.

Once we were reasonably confident

that Vittoria had enough

clothes in everyone’s bags (just in

case), it was time to move on to

all of the other things – food, toys,

books, distractions, medicines. The

list goes on and likely won’t be complete

until minutes before take-off.

It won’t be Vittoria’s first flight,

but I doubt she remembers her

last one. She cried for like 10

minutes when we took off and I

stress-sweated like I was one the

surface of the sun.

So fingers crossed that the power

of occasional walks, copious episodes

of Pingu and in-flight snacks

will prevent meltdowns and keep

my armpits dry for as much of the

24-hour flight as possible.

It may or may not be enjoyable.

•Former Bay Harbour News

journalist Matt Salmons

has become a stay-at-home

dad. We follow his journey

weekly.

SWITCHED ON: Orion general

manager of infrastructure,

Steve Macdonald, celebrates

the switching on of the new

11kV cable with Deputy Mayor

and Banks Peninsula councillor

Andrew Turner, inside Orion’s

Dublin St substation. ​

“The lines over the hill are

vulnerable to weather, vegetation

and pests. With the cable

installed underground and

protected in the tunnel, we have

alternatives to keep the power on.

“The port is an essential lifeline

for Canterbury and increasing

the resilience of the power supporting

it is important for the

wider region.”

To allow for future growth,

the new cable, actually three

separate single-core cables, has

a power rating of 10 megawatts,

three megawatts greater than the

current average demand.

Preparing for take-off on a family holiday

VITTORIA

& Matt

TACTICS: Vittoria ‘helps’

with packing in her own

way.

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This is our chance to say thank you

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and share some of the highlights of

our 2018/2019 financial year.

Wednesday 28 August

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Wednesday August 7 2019

Your Local Views

Buy artwork at exhibition

Kilmeny Keyes

writes about

the Sumner

Art Society,

which is

popular for

its weekly

painting

groups and annual art

exhibitions

IT HAS BEEN 70 years since

artists in the Sumner area

first met at Sumner artist Reg

Holcroft’s home to paint, critique

and support each other by

forming the Sumner Art Society

and it is still going strong.

Early members of the

group like 93-year-old Ralph

Woodward are still actively

creating and learning new

methods, and many others –

such as Beth Cook, Ruth Palmer

and Helen Egglestone to name a

few – regularly attend the weekly

painting group and pass on

their extensive knowledge of the

mysteries of watercolour.

Although the earthquakes

have resulted in many residents

moving away and therefore a

much-reduced membership,

new residents are joining the

Wednesday painting group, so it

continues to grow and flourish

as will be seen in the much

anticipated annual exhibition

to be held at the Redcliffs Mt

Pleasant Bowling Club from

SENIOR LIVING

August 9-11. Please mark it in

your calendars.

Our member of Parliament

Ruth Dyson will open the

exhibition at 5pm on Friday

so come along and thank her

for her sterling work on our

behalf as she steps down from

the political arena and take

the opportunity to view and

purchase items on Friday night.

The exhibition will also run

between 10am and 4pm on

Saturday and Sunday.

The Sumner Art Society

maintains, throughout the year,

a regularly changing exhibition

of work in the Redcliffs Mt

CREATIVE:

The Sumner

Art Society

runs a

popular

Wednesday

painting

group at

Christchurch

South

Library.

Pleasant Bowling Club function

rooms.

The Wednesday painting

group exhibited successfully at

the Christchurch South Library

again this year, as this library

has a policy of promoting

community initiatives. The

opportunity to hang larger

works in such an open space is

always exciting.

Luckily these artists have

many more new paintings to

show, along with works from the

other members of the Sumner

Art Society, presenting large as

well as small pictures in a wide

range of mediums to enliven

your homes.

Come along, meet the artists,

chat to your neighbours and

maybe join the society which is

always happy to welcome new

members.

•Check out the website

at www.facebook.com/

sumnerartsociety.

Nazareth Community of Care

•If you have an opinion about something that is happening

in your area, email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi

Readers respond to issues

in the Bay Harbour News

area

Christchurch Coastal

Pathway Group chairman

Scott Babington – It was

great to read the article in the

Bay Harbour News about work at

Penfold’s Cottage finally going

ahead.

It has been such a shame to

have this historic asset under

covers since the earthquakes.

There has been a lot of consultation

about this, and no action.

It will be a great asset, and

point of interest, on the coastal

pathway. We were initially unsure

about the clear glass, but the

plans sound interesting and there

is so much history to show.

I think that it is

unique in a New

Zealand city, especially

near the place that it

was originally built.

Hopefully, it will be

further enhanced by a

more suitable historic

planting, which should

compliment the surrounding

native planting.

Andrew Docking – I haven’t

commented on the cottage

before but the thought of wasting

$530,000 on this when it will

provide no returns seems crazy.

A good place for an ice cream

shop, chippy shop or cafe maybe.

The history of the cob house is

pretty average, to say the least,

and doesn’t need to be celebrated

this way. There must be other

places to spend this amount of

money that are more fruitful for

us poor old ratepayers.

Edward Foate – We think

the news that Richard Pebbles is

heading the development of The

Woolstore tenancies is

absolutely fantastic.

We live above the

marina in our recently

finished home and have

been watching with interest

and a touch of caution

in the hope it would

be approached properly

and with a longer-term

view for success and not

in a piecemeal fashion.

This alongside the potential

new navel point development

and Collett’s Corner development

will reinvigorate Lyttelton

and hopefully reach the tipping

point for sustainable development

and business success for all

of Lyttelton. Lyttelton will be a

true destination. Still along way

to go but positive signs.

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average number of days a property stays on the market

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without the deadline that an auction brings buyers are not

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including needlework, knitting,

quilting, handicrafts, making

dolls, teddy bears and spinning.

Akaroa Library

Storytimes

Today, 10.30-11am, at Sumner,

Tuesday, 11-11.30am, at Lyttelton

Encourage learning through a

love of stories at this interactive

programme, including songs,

rhymes and play. Free session.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre and Lyttelton Library

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-noon, at

Lyttelton, Tuesday, 10.30-noon,

at Sumner

Take your knitting, crochet or

other portable craft project and

enjoy time with other crafters.

Free, no bookings required.

Beginners welcome.

Lyttelton Library and Matuku

Takotako: Sumner Centre

Diamond Harbour Bridge

Club

Today, 6.40pm, at the bowling

club, tomorrow, 1.30pm, at the

rugby club

New players are welcome.

There will also be a chance to

learn to play bridge when lessons

start on September 3 at 7pm in

the green room of the Memorial

Hall on Waipapa Ave. For more

information, phone Pauline on

329 4414 or 027 363 6302.

Diamond Harbour Bowling

Club, 20 Purau Ave, Diamond

Harbour Rugby Club, 2a

Waipapa Ave

Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

One Stitch at a Time

Tomorrow, 10am-noon

Have a natter over your

needles. All are welcome from

people who have never crafted

and aren’t sure it is for them to

experienced crafters who feel

like a bit of a chat while they sew,

knit and weave.

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre

A Very Pleasant Playgroup

Tomorrow, 9.30-11.30am

This drop-in playgroup is for

pre-schoolers and their grownups.

Stay for the whole session or

drop-in when it suits.

Mt Pleasant Centre

Create ‘n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Enjoy some great company and

explore your creativity. Phone

Beth for more information on

022 6781252.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Tai Chi

Friday, 7-8.30pm

This 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

Check out the range of beautiful handmade crafts, original

artworks, and local goods at the Mt Pleasant art and craft

market. The event, which runs every second Saturday of the

month, will be held inside the Mt Pleasant Community Centre

on Saturday from 9.30am-12.30pm.

Handbuilt

Friday, Saturday and Sunday,

10am-4pm

An exhibition of innovative

handmade ceramics by six

members of the Wednesday

night pottery group. This

exhibition runs until the end of

the month. Free entry. Historic

Stoddart Cottage is a great place

to visit with the family. Hop on

the ferry from Lyttelton.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery, 2a

Waipapa Ave, Diamond Harbour

Lens on the World

Friday, Saturday and Sunday,

10am-4pm

An exhibition of art

photographs from members of

the Diamond Harbour Camera

Club. It will include images from

club field trips and other travels.

All works will be for sale. Free

entry. Historic Stoddart Cottage

is a great place to visit with

the family during the school

holidays. Hop on the ferry from

Lyttelton.

Stoddart Cottage Trust, 2a

Waipapa Ave, Diamond Harbour

Akaroa Craft Group

Monday, 1.30-2.30pm

Go along and join the Akaroa

Craft Group. Sit in comfy chairs

and have a relaxing chat while

working on your project. Share

skills in a wide range of crafts,

Indoor Bowls at Tui Club

Monday, 12:45 -3:45pm

Go along for a fun and

inclusive environment at indoor

bowls. The first day is free and is

$3 thereafter. All equipment is

supplied. No previous experience

necessary as coaching is given.

Soft-soled shoes should be worn.

Phone Sue on 389 1849 for more

information.

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

Woolston

Mt Pleasant Walking Group

Tuesday and Thursday,

9.30am

A mix of flat and hill walks

for people with a medium

level of fitness. Walks are in

nearby areas and further afield.

There will be car-pooling with

shared costs. Phone Judy on 384

1269 for more information.

Various locations

Technology Help

Sessions

Monday, 2-3pm

If you need help using your

computer, smartphone, iPad,

or tablet, go along to a drop-in

session. It will cover off email,

searching the internet, using

the library catalogue, eBooks,

and general computer queries.

Take your laptop, tablet, or

smartphone, or use one of the

centre’s computers. No bookings

required at this free event.

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THERE’S NO denying that sport

utility vehicles are the cars of

choice for today’s buyer. Sales

figures globally are heavily biased

in that direction.

The choice is overwhelming,

especially in the mid-size

sector. If family or recreational

requirements facilitate the

need for an SUV, but you want

something just a little bit different

in your purchase – something

biased towards sporty – then

Skoda has the car for you, the

Kodiaq RS.

The Kodiaq has been with

us for a year or so now, and it

lands here in three variants, an

entry-level model at $44,990, a

high-grade Sportline at $64,990,

and just recently an RS model has

joined the ranks. The RS sits at

$71,990 and is characterised by its

flashy looks, inside and out, and

high power driveline.

Herein lies a secret. Under

the bonnet sits a 2-litre diesel

engine, and while you wouldn’t

ordinarily expect diesel to be the

basis for performance, you have to

remember that Skoda, in the past

has had many sports models with

diesel engines, and I can report

that is a concept the company does

very well, even in motorsport.

In the Kodiaq, the

turbocharged four-cylinder unit

pumps out 176kW and a feisty

500Nm at the bottom end. The

latter is the ingredient that makes

the RS so special, not only is the

specific output high, maximum

torque is available from 1750rpm

to 2500rpm, which is the area

where the engine wants to

constantly work. As a result, there

is dynamic engine performance,

mid-range boost will offer a

4.2sec overtaking time (80-

120km/h), and an off-the-mark

time of 7sec to make 100km/h

from a standstill.

Even if you aren’t in a hurry,

there is a constant willingness

from the engine that tantalises

the driver, and if you take into

account there is manufactured

exhaust sound which throbs

constantly, the RS is hard to drive

without wanting to give it some

freedom.

There are several drive modes,

and depending on which is

activated the exhaust sound can

be encouraged or left in a more

subtle tone. The Kodiaq is also

a pretty useful off-roader, there

are modes which channel power

more usefully through the fourwheel-drive

platform.

SKODA KODIAQ RS: Sporty variant with diesel engine.

There is also another element

which adds spice to the

driveline, power is channelled

through a seven-speed direct

shift transmission, and this

configuration is one of my

favourites.

DSG is more of a manual-type

gearbox, although there are only

two foot pedals; the beauty of

this is the lack of load through

the transmission, engine power

is mostly unimpeded, and

with quick shifts the feeling of

performance is well enhanced.

I took the test car through

some of the tight, hilly roads

close to Sheffield, and although

the weather had closed in and the

roads were greasy I felt at ease in

the RS. Grip in the first instance

is supplied by sticky Pirelli

Scorpion tyres (235/45 x 20in)

and they offer substantial steering

feel along with direct turn-in.

It has to be remembered the

Kodiaq has traditional SUV

handling, it sits high at almost

1.7m, and with long-travel

suspension it isn’t as nimble as

a sedan, however, the spring

and damper rates arrest body

movement well, along with the

parameters that allow for high

occupant comfort. You’d expect

nothing less from this Czech

Republic manufacturer which has

drawn significant build quality

direction from the Volkswagen

group.

Perhaps one of the most

exciting aspects the RS offers is

the point-to-point ability, it will

lunge out of corner and blast

without lag through the paddle

shift system to the point where

speed needs to be chiselled off,

high grade brakes take care of

that and with the grip naturally

associated with four-wheel-drive

• Price – Skoda Kodiaq RS,

$71,990

• Dimensions – Length,

4699mm; width, 2087mm;

height, 1685mm

• Configuration – Fourcylinder,

four-wheel-drive,

1968cc, 176kW, 500Nm,

seven-speed automatic.

• Performance –

0-100km/h, 7sec

• Fuel usage – 7.7l/100km

the RS feels well attached to the

road, it is dynamic and forceful

when asked to respond.

This is all from a car which

has a vastly different role to play

as well, it is the quintessential

mid-size seven-seater that also

looks after its occupants in terms

of fitment and specification and

safety. At $72k it needs to be well

appointed, and I can report it

leaves little to chance.

It also has fuel economy on its

side, Skoda claims a combined

cycle average of 7.7-litres per

100km (36mpg).

It takes a very special car to

win the New Zealand Motoring

Writer’s Guild Car of the Year

Award and the Kodiaq took

honours for 2017.

Obviously, that recognition

speaks for itself, the RS adds

another ingredient into the

equation, it certainly captured my

attention with its performance,

economy yet practicality all

thrown in for good measure.

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First Person to Kayak the Tasman Solo

by Scott Donaldson

The story of Scott Donaldson’s relentless journey to

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kayak

Unpredictable and unforgiving, the Tasman Sea is one

of the most hostile stretches of water in the world. An Australian

adventurer attempted to kayak across in 2007, disappearing

without a trace. In 2018 Kiwi adventurer Scott Donaldson spent

two months alone at sea to achieve a world first. It was his third

attempt, having fallen a heartbreaking 80 kilometres short in 2014.

Donaldson’s world first is an inspirational story of dogged

perseverance, true Kiwi grit and relentless endurance.

Tidelands

by Philippa Gregory

England 1648. A dangerous time for a woman to be different . . .

Midsummer’s Eve, 1648, and England is in the grip of civil war between

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Alinor, a descendant of wise women, crushed by poverty and superstition,

waits in the graveyard under the full moon for a ghost who will declare

her free from her abusive husband. Instead she meets James, a young

man on the run, and shows him the secret ways across the treacherous

marsh, not knowing that she is leading disaster into the heart of her life.

Suspected of possessing dark secrets in superstitious times, Alinor’s

ambition and determination mark her out from her neighbours. This is

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Four Grenadier seasons Ferrymead realty & Sumner

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3 2 1 2 Redcliffs

3 2 2 2

27 Merrilees Place

Seldom do you find a post-earthquake (brand new 2013) 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom quality home, positioned on a fully

fenced Freehold section that offers such outstanding value for a wide variety of purchasers. From family’s, 1st home

Buyers to those up-scaling or down-scaling, you will be impressed by this property’s location...in a quiet cul-de-sac

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Price: $489,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5535

Joy Butel Ph 021 353 280 & Alistair Hazeldine Ph 027 572 1555

2 Bay View Road

Well positioned to maximise sea views over the Moncks Bay waterfront which is a hop, skip and a jump from the front

gate of this executive home. Designed by acclaimed architect Maurice Mahoney and built with solid Insulform block

and steel framing ensuring peace of mind construction. A long north facing aspect with large windows offers warmth

from all-day sunshine and plenty of natural light.

Auction: Auction, 15th August 2019, from 12pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0226

Alison Carter Ph 027 431 8960

Mt Pleasant 25 Parkridge Place

Halswell 8 Deacon Street

North New Brighton 51 Royalist Avenue

Sumner 142 Scarborough Road

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Price: $885,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0228

Michelle Ward

Ph 027 203 7858

Deadline: 14th August 2019 3pm

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0227

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Deadline: 14th August 2019 4pm

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Prue Dacombe Ph 021 752 348

Price: NPM

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Alison Carter

Ph 027 431 8960

Redcliffs 4 Ball Lane

Redcliffs 75 Moncks Spur Road

Linwood 5 Thomas Street

Linwood 7 Woodham Courts

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Price: NPM

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#SM0216

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Price: $769,000

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Price: $330,000

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Joy Butel Ph 021 353 280

Alistair Hazeldine Ph 027 572 1555

Price: $295,000

View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM5538

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Ph 027 588 4440

Greg Powell

Branch Manager

027 274 6157

Alison

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027 431 8960

Michelle

Ward

027 203 7858

Deb

Beesley

027 280 8837

Joy

Butel

021 353 280

Chris

Moores

027 588 4440

Kirsty

McLeod

027 226 5893

Liz

Lewis

027 453 0952

Megan

Looyer

027 841 2335

Holli

Hughes

027 893 9254

Elisa

Jordan

027 483 6596

Mark

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027 511 5758

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Carol

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027 282 4950

Dave

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0274 593 165

Claire

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0210 314 342

Steve

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021 138 8401

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027 572 1555

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027 433 4141

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027 271 4906

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Grenadier Real Estate Ltd MREINZ is a Licensed Agent Under the

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REAL ESTATE

Ignore the RV - but not your dreams

9 Inverness Lane, Redcliffs, Balmoral Hill

To be sold by auction on 29 August, 2019

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 3 car garaging

2 car parking bay | 3 car visitor car park

Live the dream and love the life here in

paradise as you live in permanent holiday

mode for 365 days of the year. This sun

drenched, very sheltered and private

hillside site will serve you particularly well

with fabulous ever changing views across

the city and water, to the alps and beyond,

with incredible sunsets that you will love

coming home to.

You will be surprised at what your

money will buy, with this spectacular fully

renovated residence which feels like new

and is just as good as the view.

For the entertainer and large families

alike this executive split level home boasts

modern flare and design. Natural warmth

throughout, with sun drenched bedrooms,

through to its sun drenched indoor casual

and more formal living spaces which

maximize both sun and views through

the over sized double glazed windows and

doors. The inter connectivity to the super

sized sunny deck flows seamlessly where

poolside fun and wonderful family BBQ’s

are well accommodated for which you

enjoy year round from this sheltered and

warm micro climate. (No sign of an easterly

wind anywhere here).

The large open plan kitchen enjoys

perfect positioning to service everywhere

- from the breakfast nook to the formal

dining area, to both living areas and the all

important outdoors.

The master bedroom enjoys everything

you expect of a quality home, plus you

wake to fabulous estuary views each and

every day.

The two upstairs bedrooms enjoy

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shower, bespoke bath, a separate toilet and

wash basin.

The fourth bedroom or office is on the

ground floor along with a huge laundry and

an additional toilet and wash basin. Your

every wish is more than accommodated

here with triple internal access garaging,

a dedicated two car parking bay as well as

three additional off street parks. What are

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To be auctioned 29th August 2019 - 6pm

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Open home times: Friday 9 August

5.15pm-6pm, Saturday 10 August and

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