Bay Harbour: September 18, 2019

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Nico swims 16km for twin sister

POIGNANT: Nico Wildbore swam 16km to raise money for the Mental Health Foundation after he lost his sister Bethany (inset)

to a suspected suicide last year.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A YOUNG Mt Pleasant

para-athlete has successfully

swum 16km in memory of

his late twin sister. Last year

17-year-old Nico Wildbore

tragically lost his sister Bethany

to suspected suicide.

Every kilometre he swam

marked a year that Bethany

lived.

His swim coincided with

World Suicide Prevention Day

last week, and Nico was in

the pool for nearly nine hours

straight to fight the stigma

around discussing mental

health and suicide.

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• By Jess Gibson

LYTTELTON residents have

come up with a list of ways to

stop cruise ship visitors heading

straight into the city.

The ideas will be presented

to the newly-appointed Banks

Peninsula Community Board

after the October local body

elections.

About 70 residents supported

the suggestions which aim to

boost Lyttelton’s economy when

a new cruise ship berth opens in

October next year.

The possible initiatives include

more markets, information

booklets for visitors on arrival,

walking tours, showcasing the

area’s Maori and Antarctic

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around the harbour.

There was also discussion

about a cruise ship levy to go

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Lyttelton Port Company’s new

berth will allow cruise ships

which cater for more than 5000

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from the editor’s desk

ALL POWER to young Nico Wildbore who

completed an amazing swim for a fantastic

cause (page 1).

The promising para swimmer swam nearly

nine hours and 16km to help fight the stigma

tied to discussing mental health and suicide.

Why? Because it was in memory of his twin sister Bethany who

died of suspected suicide.

She was 16, and each kilometre swam marked a year of her life.

Nico’s swim also coincided with World Suicide Prevention Day.

Thinking about Bethany helped push him through the 16km,

Nico said.

His mother Keiran said he showed immense “strength of character.”

“He not only finished the 16km but he finished with a smile on

his face. I was immensely proud of him. It was awesome,” she said.

Too right.

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News

Crime camera transparency questioned

Council

criticised for

excluding

public from

meeting

RATE INCREASES ARE NOT SUSTAINABLE

þ Rates are projected to rise by more than 52% by 2028.

Over the last three years, average rate rises have hit 5.25%.

And that’s not factoring in the compounding effect of those

increases.

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• By Jess Gibson

THE CITY council has been

criticised over a decision to

exclude the public from a

meeting about Sumner’s crime

cameras.

A seminar was held on Monday

to provide the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board with advice from police

and city council staff on the

process of installing crime prevention

cameras.

However, due to the level of

public interest in the process,

community board acting chairman

Jake McLellan questioned

the transparency of the meeting.

Prior to the public-excluded

discussion on crime cameras,

the meeting was open to the

public for two items – the Bay

Area Skate and Scooter Park

designs and the Heathcote Expressway.

Mr McLellan called the deci-

CONFUSION: Jake

McLellan has called

out the city council

for excluding the

public from a

meeting on

Sumner’s crime

cameras.

sion to make the crime cameras

a private matter “completely and

utterly wrong.”

He said nothing discussed at

the meeting needed to exclude

the public.

Head of community support,

governance and partnerships

John Filsell said the meeting

excluded the public as it was

“a confidential staff briefing to

elected members” and because

there was no decision-making.

There has been ongoing confusion

as to who can fund the

$20,000 cameras, as communityfunded

equipment is not an

option.

Board members were meant to

REPAIR THE ROADS AND FOOTPATHS

Eight years on from the quakes we still have endless

roadworks, questionable sewage systems and fresh

water that is compromised.

I SUPPORT AN INTEGRATED WATER STRATEGY

Water supply, waste water, storm water and water infrastructure

are critically important. Our waterways and coastal water form a

major part of the landscape and lives of the community.

A CHANGE OF CULTURE IS REQUIRED

Ratepayers want transparency and accountability without

resorting to Official Information Act procedures. The Council

has been branded as “the most secretive in the country.”

decide on a recommendation to

decline all funding towards the

cameras in July – the amount

requested by Safer Sumner was

$16,187.

However, the application was

withdrawn due to confusion

over how the item was expected

to meet the discretionary response

fund criteria.

Mr Filsell said the information

will be shared next week

with Safer Sumner, which has

been trying to get the cameras

installed since 2017.

Mr McLellan sent a letter to

city council staff on Sunday

raising concerns prior to the

meeting.

Darrell

LATHAM

Forü Council

I WILL ASK THE

HARD QUESTIONS

REVIEW ALL COUNCIL EXPENDITURE

þ Income and expenditure needs to be reviewed

with urgency. The Council needs to comprehensively

review how it manages assets to avoid soaring debt.

INNER CITY DEVELOPMENT

þ Central City residential developments are creating

masses of on street car parking. These developments

require off street parking areas.

þ

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“Given this item already has

come to the community board

I’m unsure why this would now

be removed from the public view

for a period of time,” it said.

“This appears to be setting

us up for a position where we

would be acting on advice not

made public, and so I want to get

this right at the outset.”

Mr McLellan has not received

a written response to the letter.

Community board member

Darrel Latham, who has been

pushing for the crime cameras,

said he is in “full agreement with

the sentiments expressed in the

letter.”

Mr Latham has been outspoken

about the need to involve

the public on matters which

are of significant interest to the

community.

“From my perspective, there

is no good reason as to why

the public or media should

have been excluded from this

seminar. The issues have been

well publicised with respect to

the crime cameras and there is a

genuine interest by the public in

this matter,” he said.

“We are a community board

advocating for the public, we are

not a branch of the government

security bureau so let’s keep

things in perspective and involve

our community.’

CITY ACCESS, PARKING AND CONGESTION

A smart city is an accessible city. The Council must listen

to business people and road users and create a more

user friendly accessible city.

CLIMATE CHANGE

We need individual and collective action to minimise

climate change. Mitigation and adaptive management

strategies are part of that discussion.

In Brief

AWAPARAHI BAY FEEDBACK

THe public has until Friday to have

a say on whether Lyttelton Port

Company should get consent for

land use at Te Awaparahi Bay. The

city council is seeking feedback

on an application submitted by

LPC to enable the establishment

and operation of a container

terminal and other port activities

at 45 Godley Quay and 2 Cashin

Quay. Visit: https://www.ccc.govt.

nz/the-council/consultationsand-submissions/haveyoursay/

show/263

MEET THE CANDIDATES

Residents can meet mayoral

candidates and Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

candidates at a meeting on

Monday. It will begin at 7.30pm

in the Mt Pleasant Community

Centre, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd.

Tea and coffee will be available.

If you have any questions, email

community@mpcc.org.nz

ESPLANADE CLEAN-UP

A clean-up along Sumner

Esplanade on Friday will be

the first to be held as part of a

nationwide initiative to prevent

roadside rubbish. Car rental

company Avis Budget Group

is launching “Operation Clean

Drive” in response to research,

which found 58 per cent of New

Zealanders admit to throwing

rubbish out the car window.

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Better

Communities

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Wednesday September 18 2019

News

•From page 1

Concerns have been raised

over the possibility cruise ship

tourists will not stay in the

port town and will instead go

directly into the central city.

But Lyttelton Information

Centre manager Ruth Targus

said she hopes the feedback

will be acted on by the

new community board

before the next cruise

ship season begins.

“Obviously everybody

goes through Akaroa

because they wait for

a boat, whereas in

Lyttelton there’s buses

so they don’t. We don’t

want to make it crazy

we just want to make

sure we’re not missing out.”

SuperValue owner Rob

de Thier said he is glad the

conversation has started now so

a good outcome can be achieved

for Lyttelton by next October.

Mr de Thier was the Lyttelton

Harbour Business Association

chairman until last week and

said many other businesses are

“excited” to gain momentum

from more visitors.

“There have been no negative

conversations about it within

the association,” he said.

HAVE YOUR SAY: How would you encourage cruise

ship visitors to spend time in Lyttelton? Email your

suggestions to jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi

Call for community board

to act on feedback

At the consultation meeting,

a list of concerns was also

discussed, which will be

presented to the community

board.

They included potential

environmental issues, such

as noise, pollution, stirring of

sediment, fuel-use, erosion,

waste and wind

resistance.

Other concerns

include congestion,

pressure on businesses,

disruption to the

community, a need for

wi-fi, a lack of signage

and stretched toilet

Rob de Thier

facilities,.

Mrs Targus hopes the

information provided

will help people or groups to

be delegated to roles which

would help to minimise these

concerns.

Meanwhile, Akaroa

Ratepayers and Residents

Association chairman Harry

Stronach said Akaroa is as

“unready for this year’s cruise

ship season as it was last year.”

He said co-operation from the

city council and other bodies

involved is still lacking.

“They have gone very quiet

lately,” he said.

Former Olympian’s new role

• By Jess Gibson

IN 1976, John Christensen

made New Zealand proud when

he helped the men’s hockey

team bring home gold from the

Montreal Olympics.

Now the Redcliffs resident is

hoping to make his community

proud, as a new trustee of

the Sumner

Ferrymead

Foundation.

“I have lived

in and been

a part of this

community

all of my life,

and was very

John

Christensen

pleased to be

approached

to join the

foundation. I

am honoured to work with this

group that assists and encourages

such a wide range of activities,”

Mr Christensen said.

Representing New Zealand

at three Olympic Games is

not the only thing under Mr

Christensen’s belt.

After attending Redcliffs

Primary School and

Christchurch Boys’ High, he

went on to qualify as an engineer,

and in 1981 was appointed to the

job of borough engineer at the

Lyttelton Borough Council. He

later became the environmental

PRICELESS: The Montreal Olympics gold medal-winning New

Zealand hockey team.

services manager at the Banks

Peninsula District Council and

then at Selwyn District Council

until 2015.

Mr Christensen will join

Sumner resident Ken Jones, who

has also been appointed as a new

trustee.

Mr Jones has lived in Sumner

for many years and has

contributed to the development

of the Taylors Mistake Surf Life

Saving Club.

The business consultant was

the surf club president for 11

years and has been recognised

with life membership.

Mr Christensen and Mr Jones

were appointed following the

death of New Zealand Order of

Merit member David Cox and

the retirement of long-standing

trustee John Brown.

Founded 26 years ago,

the foundation has been the

beneficiary of many donations

and bequests by residents who

have wanted to leave their mark

on the community.

Trustee Jim Keegan said the

commercial and administration

skills of Mr Christensen and

Mr Jones, along with their long

and close association with their

communities, will make them

“very valuable” to the foundation.

•Donations to the

foundation can be put

towards remembrances,

such as a seat, a shelter

or a drinking fountain. If

you want to donate, phone

secretary Daniel O’Carroll

on 021 288 1871 or email

info@sumnerferrymead

foundation.co.nz

Flight and Flourish

Kathryn Furniss & Wendy Matenga

21 September – 15 October 2019

‘May You Flourish’

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backgrounds native birds flourish, sitting silently, inviting

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A self-taught artist, Kathryn Furniss draws her inspiration

from pacific landscapes and NZ’s native flora and fauna.

Painting in both acrylic and ink, her style involves the

building up of many textured layers, beginning with

loose abstract washes, her final brush strokes are

more controlled and detailed. Kathryn has successfully

exhibited throughout New Zealand and internationally for

14 years. Her body of work in this exhibition incorporates

painterly skies, moody landscapes and the native flora

and fauna that she’s best known for.

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‘Just Right’

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Wendy Matenga

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HAVE YOUR SAY: How should Akaroa’s wastewater be disposed

of? Email your views to jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi

Feedback to be sought over

Akaroa’s wastewater options

AKAROA residents will

soon have their say on how

the town’s wastewater is

treated.

Three options are being

prepared by the city council

for consultation before

the end of this year.

Akaroa’s treated

wastewater is currently

discharged into the harbour,

but the city council

has made a commitment to

explore alternatives.

Three waters and waste

acting head John Moore

said city council staff have

investigated a range of

methods suggested by the

community.

“These included

irrigation to land, an

ocean outfall, piping the

wastewater elsewhere,

deep-bore injection and

managed aquifer recharge,”

he said.

“It’s time now to

bring investigations to

a close and consult the

community on the most

effective options available.

“We hope to share these

options with everyone

in Christchurch and

Banks Peninsula after the

elections so that the new

TARGET: Options are being explored to replace the

need to discharge treated wastewater into Akaroa

Harbour.

city council can make a

decision early in 2020,” he

said.

It was suggested that

highly-treated wastewater

could be fed into Akaroa’s

aquifers, or groundwater,

as an alternative to the

harbour discharge.

However, Mr Moore

said investigations have

been discontinued because

managed aquifer recharge

with treated wastewater

would pose a risk to the

Akaroa’s drinking water

supply.

“If treated wastewater

is injected into Akaroa’s

groundwater, there’s a risk

it could enter the bores

used to supply drinking

water,” Mr Moore said.

“In light of recent

central government moves

to strengthen drinking

water standards, it is

not a risk we are willing

to take – protecting the

community’s drinking

water is of paramount

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Young artist wins with oil painting

• By Claire Booker

A YOUNG Mt Pleasant artist

has been given a taste of what

it’s like to display her art in a

competition at the Windsor

Galley in Phillipstown.

Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School

year 13 student

Georgina

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Wynands was impressed with

the entries.

“The skill level of entries is

of a very high calibre and it

really is a pleasure to see the

techniques and subject content

of each entry,” she said.

“The event has been designed

to give year 13 students in

Canterbury the opportunity to

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gallery.”

“(The competition gives) students

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life saving club

• By Jess Gibson

THERE HAS been a wave of

support for the rebuild of the

Taylors Mistake Surf Life Saving

Club.

The city council received 72

submissions on a proposal to

lease the current site to the club

during a month-long consultation

period from July 30.

The lease would enable them

to build a new $3m pavilion following

the demolition of the old,

earthquake-damaged clubrooms.

Sixty-six submissions were in

clear support of the proposed

lease and licence, three provided

feedback and suggestions and

three were opposed.

Reasons for opposition included

size of the proposed building,

access limitations and concerns

over its location.

All concerns were investigated

and responded to by city council

staff.

The Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board is set to

decide whether to grant the lease

at a meeting today.

Resource consent has been

approved for the designs at the

site, which means if the club is

not granted the licence it will

need to go back through the

resource consent process and

potentially alter the designs.

Dr Tim Lindley

For Heathcote

Community Board

I am an experienced leader and former business

development manager for a CRI.

I am on the boards of the Coastal Pathway Group

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Wednesday September 18 2019

News

Thieves target garden items in Woolston

• By Jess Gibson

IT APPEARS there are thieves

in Woolston with a green thumb

and sticky fingers.

A concrete birdbath, several

planter boxes and urns have

gone missing from properties in

the suburb over the past month.

Resident Freya Oakley posted

on the Woolston Community

United page recently, warning

residents to keep an eye out

for thieves stealing garden

equipment from the front of

properties. She said both her

neighbours on Wildberry St

have had items stolen from their

gardens.

“[The planter boxes] are very

heavy so at least two people are

working together,” the post

said.

Miss Oakley told Bay Harbour

News a parcel also went missing

from her doorstep.

Another resident commented

on her post: “It could be the

same b*****ds that took my

neighbour’s concrete birdbath.

Hers went missing one night and

it’s so heavy.”

•HAVE YOUR SAY: If you

have had anything stolen

from your Woolston garden

recently, or have information

about the thefts, email

jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi

Dig out the whites – cricket

season is about to start

Sumner Cricket Club junior

convener Tim Hoban writes

about the havea-go

sessions

starting on

Friday, which

will give

children the

opportunity to try out the

sport

IT’S A Saturday morning –

deckchairs are out, the sun is

shining, the smell of cut grass is

mixed with freshly brewed coffee

and you can hear the sound

of kids having fun and parents

catching up.

This is what junior cricket is

all about, and at the Sumner

Cricket Club, we have another

great season planned.

Kane Williamson and his

Black Caps were brilliant

ambassadors of the game at the

recent Cricket World Cup in

England. The team came within

one run of winning world

cricket’s biggest prize, and in

spite of only missing out on the

trophy by an obscure ruling,

they carried themselves with

great dignity and humility.

They showed what good

sportsmanship really is and this

“spirit of cricket” is something

we work hard to convey to our

junior players at the club.

The Sumner Cricket Club

provides teams and coaching

for boys and girls from fiveyears-old

through to 13.

There are opportunities to

play on a Saturday morning

KEEN: Juniors ready for the Sumner Superstars Have-a-go

sessions.

along with mid-week training

sessions. As a club, we have had

some fantastic growth over the

last six years. Last season the

club fielded 14 junior teams, up

from six teams in 2013. The club

also fielded four senior teams in

2018 and 2019.

Recent changes to the game

formats mean that matches are

shorter and all kids are kept

more engaged over the course

of the game. How the game is

structured means all kids have

an equal opportunity to bat,

bowl and field.

New players are welcomed

to the club every year and this

season and on September 20 at

4.30pm we will hold the first of

our first “Sumner Superstars

Have-a-go” sessions.

These sessions are a way

for players new to the game

to come on down and try out

cricket for the first time (gamebased

skill sessions) and also for

our established players to come

down, catch up with their mates

and have a game of park cricket

at the home of the Sumner

Cricket Club, at St Leonards

Square.

It’s going to be a great

summer of cricket for all fans

with the big three of England,

India and Australia all touring

and playing matches against

the Black Caps at Hagley Oval.

Bring it on.

• By Jess Gibson

AN ANIMATED tree displayed

at Mt Pleasant School is

beginning to flourish.

“Mahuri,” which stands for

sapling, is an initiative which is

helping the school to grow its

resources with help from the

community.

Parents, pupils, teachers and

residents are able to donate or

buy products which will fill a

new hall, four classrooms and

a discovery hub once a $3.2

million rebuild is complete by

March 2020.

Principal Chris Nord said the

school has been without a hall

and other key learning spaces

since many its buildings were

damaged in the February 22,

2011, earthquake.

He said while the Ministry

of Education has been “great”

with funding the rebuild, it does

not cover the purchase of other

learning tools.

With Mahuri, people are able

to donate a range of items – such

as chairs, desks, bookshelves,

GROWING: Mt

Pleasant School

principal Chris

Nord stands next

to the Mahuri

tree, holding a

poster for the

Mount Pleasant

Art Exhibition

which features a

kakapo painted

by this year’s

featured artist, Jo

Ogier. ​

Exhibition to benefit school

projectors, or a $10 tree to be

planted at the school.

For every contribution, a

sticker is placed on the tree to

track Mahuri’s progress, similar

to a thermometer fundraising

scheme.

This year’s Mt Pleasant Art Exhibition

on Friday and Saturday

will be the vehicle to get the initiative

out into the community.

The exhibition, which has been

the school’s main fundraiser for

many years, will see all money

raised going towards Mahuri.

The featured artist will be

Sumner resident Jo Ogier. She

is one of 50 artists who will

display their works at the Mt

Pleasant Community Centre, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd, over the

weekend – many are from the

Bay Harbour News area.

•For more information

or to buy tickets to the Mt

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Wednesday September 18 2019

News

Swim for mental health

•From page 1

Nico said thinking about his

sister helped push him to meet

his goal.

He was born with a type of

cerebral palsy called hemiplegia,

and undertook the swim with

limited mobility in his right arm

and leg.

Between 9.30am and 6.30pm,

Nico had only three 20min

breaks.

It is estimated with the

number of donations on the day

and with further funds to come

through, he will raise more than

$10,000 for the New Zealand

Mental Health Foundation.

Nico said he was feeling tired

at the end of the challenge but

happy he had finished what he

started and he had “so much

support.”

The swim was held at the

Waitaha Swim Club, which is

based out of the Canterbury

Swim School, in Hornby.

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Nico’s mother Keiran Horne

said he showed immense

“strength of character.”

“He not only finished the 16km

but he finished with a smile on

his face. I was immensely proud

of him. It was awesome,” she said.

Ms Horne said the swim club

had an instructor swimming

alongside Nico all day who

encouraged him every step of the

way.

His friends jumped in the pool

to support him too, she said.

“There was always somebody

swimming alongside him in the

other lane, which helped him

along,” she said.

Ms Horne said she was

“flabbergasted” at how well Nico

went but the exhaustion “really

hit him” in the evening.

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As you might have guessed

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back from our Italian holiday

and getting back into the normal

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Before we jumped back into

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Vittoria was again a complete

professional on the flights,

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at night, that would mean her

rhythms would be stuffed.

But again, she smashed it.

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This week may even be the

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I’m a little worried about

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We will deliver!

CUDDLY: Vittoria

hand-feeds

a kangaroo

at Brisbane’s

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Sanctuary.

how she’s going to go with just

dad about for most of the day

after seeing how close she’s got

with Laura while we’ve been

away.

Not that I’m saying that’s bad,

that’s been beautiful to see. I’m

just worried I alone might be

a little lame for her until she is

used to it again.

Fingers crossed for fine

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LYTTELTON rugbY c L ub vs NOr THS (fO rmE r LY TITAHI b AY)

Clint Norris

(President)

cowan

family

The Lyttelton Rugby Club would like

to thank all their sponsors for their

support for our 54th annual Norths

(Titahi Bay) Trip 2019

Jodie Goodmanson

(Vice- President)

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family

Anna Scott (Manager)

Jason Campbell (Coach)

Linda Preddy

(Junior Club Captain)

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Brendan McIlraith (Coach)

The Lyttelton Rugby Club hosted Norths U12’s for the

54th annual challenge over the weekend of 6 to 8th

September 2019, match was very even affair with both

teams playing skilful rugby. Norths won the match 26

- 25, and Lyttelton looking forward to their Challenge

for the Challenge Shield next weekend 13th to 15th

September 2019. The team arrived in Wellington

Friday 13th September to a warm welcome and rain.

The team was billeted to the Norths families for the

weekend. Saturday we woke to rain and a Wellington

breeze. The game was played in wet conditions, once

again both tema very evenly matched and playing

skilful rugby under the conditions. Lyttelton held

a slight lead of 7 points to 5 at half time, but shortly

after half time Norths took the lead of 12 - 7. With 11

minutes to go in the match Lyttelton scored a great try

and a goal kicker was successful in kicking the goal into

a strong northerly breeze to put Lyttelton ahead 14 - 12.

Lyttelton held this lead to full time thru strong defence

and great determination and lifted the Challenge Shield

for the first time in 6 years.

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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

Diamond Harbour Bridge

Club

Tuesday, 1.30, at the rugby

club, Wednesday, 6.40pm, at the

bowling club

New players welcome. There

will also be a chance to learn

to play bridge at lessons on

Tuesdays 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

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

Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

JP Clinics

Tomorrow, 11am-12.30pm, at

Little River, and Saturday, 10amnoon,

at Sumner

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations, as well as sign

citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. There is no

charge for this service.

Little River Library and

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Ferrymead Sumner Probus

Club

Next Thursday, 10am

Go along and enjoy the

fellowship and friendship of

like-minded men on the fourth

Thursday of each month. The

programme consists of a mini

speaker from within the club

followed by morning tea, then

you can listen to a guest speaker

from within the Canterbury

region. For more information,

contact Allan Hughey 021499675

or Bryan Kaschula 3263048.

Redcliffs Bowling Club, 9 James

Street

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Enjoy some great company

and explore your creativity.

Phone Beth on 022 678 1252.

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

New Works by Bays Quilters

Friday, Saturday and Sunday,

10am-4pm

See rich colourful quilts and

intriguing quilt-based crafts

on show in the main gallery at

historic Stoddart Cottage. Free

Entry. Hop on the bus and catch

the ferry across from Lyttelton or

go for a scenic drive to Diamond

Harbour. This exhibition runs

until the end of September.

Many items in the exhibition are

for sale.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery, 2a

Waipapa Ave, Diamond Harbour

Shoreline Toastmasters

Monday, 7.30-9pm

Nervous about speaking? Go

along to gain confidence by

practising speaking, listening,

learning and laughing – in a

warm, friendly non-threatening

environment. For information

shoreline@toastmasters.org.nz

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club, 21

Main Rd

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.

A Very Pleasant Playgroup

is a drop-in playgroup for

pre-schoolers and their

grown-ups at Mt Pleasant

Community Centre, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd. Stay

for the whole session on

Thursday from 9.30 to

11.30am or drop-in when it

suits. For more information

email Kathy at community@

mpcc.org.nz.

Phone Sue on 389 1849.

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

Woolston

Technology Help Sessions

Monday, 2-3pm

If you need help using your

computer, smartphone, iPad,

or tablet, go along to a drop-in

session. Take your laptop, tablet,

or smartphone, or use one of the

centre’s computers. No bookings

required at this free event.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

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.

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Tasty Bites

Liquid treats with a bite to enjoy over spring

Spring is here and that means freshness, colour, warmth, sunshine and being outdoors. Fresh produce is becoming more abundant and some flavours are

more prominent on supermarket shelves. Along with your standard juice blends, try these more exciting and less traditional combinations

•Sunshine

Ingredients

Fresh pawpaw

Apple juice

Ice

30ml Midori

15ml Malibu

Directions

Blend pawpaw and apple juice.

In a glass filled with ice, pour

over the Midori and Malibu. Top

gently with the juice mix.

•Sugar plum

Ingredients

Ice

30ml vodka (optional)

15ml Cointreau liqueur

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woman who travels across the world to discover the truth...

It is 1944 in Budapest and the Germans have invaded. Jewish journalist Miklos

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(optional)

Orange and plum bitters

15ml elderflower cordial

1 lemon

Soda

Directions

Add ice to a glass. If using

spirits, pour vodka and

Cointreau over the ice. Spritz

the ice with bitters and add

elderflower cordial.

Top with soda and squeeze

over two wedges of lemon.

•Turkish delight

Ingredients

Green tea infused with rose

petals (available online)

30ml Irish whiskey

15ml Galliano original

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Dash sugar syrup

Ice

Lime wedges to garnish

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Directions

Steep rose petal-infused green

tea as per instructions and allow

to chill. Add ice to a glass and

pour over whiskey, Galliano and

sugar syrup.

Serve with lime wedges.

•Garden party

Ingredients

1/2 glass of apple cider

1/2 glass of V8 carrot and orange

juice

Frozen berries to garnish

Directions

Blend together the apple cider

and juice, pour into glass and

garnish with berries.

•Zestful bounty

Ingredients

1 pear, peeled and cored

Sprig of mint

1 cup grapefruit juice

11/2 cups ice

Beetroot, pomegranate and

raspberry juice

Directions

Blend (in a high-speed blender

or NutriBullet) the pear, mint,

grapefruit juice and one cup of

ice.

Fill glass with remaining ice

and pour over juice to taste.

Then pour pear mixture over the

top.

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Ingredients

30ml gin

15ml lemoncillo

Citrus bitters or 30ml Seedlip

Garden

15ml fresh lime juice

Ice

Sparkling Chi (original herb

blend)

Lemon and cucumber, to garnish

Directions

In a glass filled with ice, spritz

the ice with citrus bitters (if

using), add gin and lemoncillo or

seedlip and lime juice.

Top with sparkling Chi.

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Feisty Kia Cerato deserves GT badge

We’re for

Motoring

Ross Kiddie

HISTORICALLY, hot

hatchbacks had three doors – take

Peugeot’s 205 GTi, Volkwagen’s

GTi and Toyota’s Corolla GT, for

example.

That’s all changed, most of the

affordable fun cars which fit into

that category now have four doors

– or five – as is the case of Kia’s

Cerato GT.

The Cerato range entered a

new generation early this year. It

consists of six models, two sedans

and four hatchbacks. Amidst the

line-up is what Kia label GT-Line,

and I drove that 2-litre car in

June.

Not to be confused with GT-

Line is another sporty variant

within the range, and it is badged

simply GT.

Although specification within

the two nameplates is similar,

the GT differs markedly from

GT-Line in terms of driveline

mechanicals; instead of the

naturally-aspirated 2-litre engine,

the GT gets a turbocharged unit

of 1.6-litre. Although the Cerato

GT is all-new, the engine is pretty

much a carryover, it was first seen

a few years ago in some Hyundai

product and in Kia’s own Soul,

Koup and Pro_cee’d GT.

This engine has all of the ingredients

which make the Cerato

local

sport

From Kaikoura,

to Christchurch,

to Ashburton,

we have it

covered

GT a true hot hatch. It is rated

by Kia at 150kW (6000rpm),

and with 265Nm available all of

the way between 1500rpm and

4500rpm it has a broad spread of

power through the rev range. If

you take into account that the entire

car weighs in at just 1385kg,

then there is a solid power-toweight

advantage.

What’s more, the engine is one

of the sweetest you could find in

a car of this type, it is an absolute

honey in terms of delivery, there

is no raucous sound, just a tantalising

throb out of the exhaust

pipes, it sings delightfully as it

heads towards the red line which,

incidentally, is a lively 6500rpm.

It works the top end willingly,

yet, as I’ve mentioned, the torque

spread is its greatest asset, it

works the bottom end forcefully

and without lag.

I’d really like to drive this car

with manual gearbox, a six-speed

manual has been hooked to this

engine before, but I’m picking

that’s never going to be an option

in today’s automatic-focussed

market. Instead, drive is transferred

through a seven-speed dual

clutch transmission which is as

close to a manual as you’ll get to

experience these days. There are

only two pedals, so you treat it as

KIA CERATO GT: Turbocharged engine supplies true hot

hatchback performance.

an automatic. The ratios extract

well the power outputs, and shifts

are lightning fast. Paddle-shifters

allow the driver to be involved in

the gearchange process if he/she

feels the desire to do that. There

are also adjustable drive modes

which the driver can choose to set

the engine management protocols

for each type of journey.

The Cerato GT wouldn’t really

deserve the GT label if it didn’t

have the figures to back it up.

Kia claims a 7.7sec time to reach

100km/h from a standstill, while

by my stopwatch it will lunge

through a highway overtake

(80-120km/h) in 4.8sec. These

compare well to its competition,

when I evaluated the Peugeot

308 GT recently, its power and

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In recent years motor vehicle

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At 100km/h on the highway, the

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When I took the car back to the

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I took the test car west to the

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Kia has things pretty much its

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GT, as mentioned, VW’s Polo GT

and Suzuki’s Swift, and at $41,990

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Re-elect

Lianne Dalziel

Christchurch Mayor

“I love Christchurch and am confident about

our future.

With my experience and inclusive style of

leadership, we can tackle any challenges that

lie ahead, while seizing every opportunity that

comes our way.

Together, we will build a legacy for

generations to come.”

Best for Christchurch

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Let’s keep the momen

I’m proud of Christchurch and it is an enormous privilege to

represent you as Mayor.

Our city is emerging from unprecedented challenges to become

one of the most dynamic in New Zealand.

Much has been accomplished but the job is not yet done.

Disaster brought tragedy but at the same time has created a unique

opportunity to reimagine Christchurch.

We have laid the foundation for a modern, sustainable and resilient

21st Century city – together we can build a legacy for generations

to come.

We need to get the chlorine out of the water and keep it out. We

need to keep investing in the central city and the east, and we also

need to get rates increases down.

We need to keep the momentum going; progress must continue.

I want Christchurch to be known for its fantastic lifestyle, as well as

being the innovation and creativity capital of New Zealand.

I have the experience, I have the commitment and I have the

teambuilding skills to deliver on what I promise.

I’m looking forward to serving Christchurch again and using my

experience to drive this vision across the line – I believe that’s

what’s best for Christchurch.

Lianne

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ntum going

My immediate priorities:

Water

Investment in our infrastructure will deliver pure water safely to your home.

I will fight Government-imposed mandatory chlorination.

Rates

I will bring rates rises down while ensuring continued infrastructure

investment and balancing council debt and inflation.

Central City

A vibrant city centre is essential. Having secured $300m for Christchurch,

the stadium will be a multi-use facility.

I will continue to back the developers leading the way.

Sustainability

I am committed to reducing our city’s carbon footprint, and helping

communities to prepare for the impacts of climate change.

Eastern Alliance

An alliance of contractors will deliver a fully integrated programme of works

across the east, fixing roads, footpaths and pipes, and building stopbanks.

Do it once, do it right.

Best for Christchurch

lianne.co.nz


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Rachael Fonotia and Philip Burdon, Lianne’s nominators for re-election as Christchurch Mayor

“Lianne has been a huge supporter and advocate for Aranui

and the east. She has represented our community for a long

time and has a strong and valued connection with us all”.

Rachael Fonotia

General Manager, Aranui Community Trust

Let’s keep the momentum going . . .

Re-elect Lianne Dalziel Christchurch Mayor

lianne.co.nz

“For the last six years Lianne has provided Christchurch with stable

and enlightened leadership. She has a genuine love for the city and is

uniquely qualified to lead Christchurch for another term”.

Philip Burdon

Former cabinet minister, business leader and lawyer

Authorised by A. Campbell, c/- Lvl 1/394 Riccarton Rd, Christchurch

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