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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, <strong>2019</strong><br />

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Police defend<br />

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Heathcote, who won promotion<br />

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The theme for the team was<br />

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the team’s imports sported<br />

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The team were in great spirits<br />

and celebrations following the<br />

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nearly 4am.<br />

•Turn to page 7<br />

Rare<br />

by-election<br />

likely for<br />

community<br />

board<br />

• By Jess Gibson<br />

A RARE by-election may be held<br />

to fill two vacant seats on the<br />

Banks Peninsula Community<br />

Board.<br />

The community board was<br />

not able to fill one of its two Mt<br />

Herbert subdivision seats during<br />

nominations, making it the only<br />

board out of seven not to attract<br />

enough candidates.<br />

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Howard Needham<br />

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Howard<br />

Needham<br />

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community board member will<br />

also be deemed vacant.<br />

City council electoral officer<br />

Jo Daly believed it was the first<br />

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PAGE 2 Wednesday <strong>October</strong> 9 <strong>2019</strong><br />

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THE EMPIRE has struck back.<br />

Police have spoken to <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

(page 3) today after many months of discontent<br />

from people in the Lyttelton and<br />

surrounding bay areas.<br />

Residents are concerned over a perceived<br />

lack of police coverage in Lyttleton – the main concern is that<br />

the local station isn’t staffed 24/7.<br />

When something happens in the early hours, they want a<br />

quick response, instead of a unit heading from Christchurch if<br />

the matter is serious enough.<br />

So it is good to see police have finally fronted and explained<br />

the situation.<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 3<br />

News<br />

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Are you satisfied with the police responses in Lyttelton and the bays area?<br />

Email your views to jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi<br />

Police defend coverage in port<br />

• By Jess Gibson<br />

POLICE SAY they are present<br />

in Lyttelton more than people<br />

think.<br />

There has been criticism from<br />

residents over a lack of policing<br />

in and around the harbour<br />

following a number of crimes<br />

which have been happening such<br />

as car theft and damage.<br />

But Senior Sergeant Roy<br />

Appley said there are five officers,<br />

including station boss Sergeant<br />

Franco Lovrich, who are rostered<br />

to work different shifts in<br />

Lyttelton between 7am and 11pm<br />

over seven days.<br />

Senior Sergeant Appley is<br />

based at the Papanui Police<br />

Station but oversees police in<br />

other communities, including<br />

Lyttelton.<br />

“The benefit of having five<br />

dedicated officers is that they are<br />

able to follow up on things that<br />

are continually happening,” he<br />

said.<br />

He said both during and<br />

outside of hours the officers are<br />

working, police can be sent from<br />

any area of Christchurch to attend<br />

incidents in Lyttelton if they<br />

are required.<br />

“Police are sent where the<br />

needs are, particularly if it’s lifethreatening,”<br />

he said.<br />

Similarly, Lyttelton’s officers<br />

may at times be called to assist<br />

incidents which are happening in<br />

other areas of Christchurch.<br />

The Canterbury District Command<br />

Centre is open 24/7 and<br />

has staff working to monitor<br />

crime trends and the events happening<br />

around Christchurch.<br />

Senior Sergeant Appley said<br />

staff use this information to respond<br />

to crimes as they happen<br />

in any area, including Lyttelton,<br />

and to prevent crimes before they<br />

occur.<br />

Uniformed police are available<br />

to respond to public safety incidents,<br />

alcohol-related incidents<br />

POLICING:<br />

Senior Sergeant<br />

Roy Appley<br />

says having five<br />

dedicated officers<br />

in Lyttelton means<br />

they are able to<br />

follow up on things<br />

that are continually<br />

happening.<br />

PHOTO: GEOFF<br />

SLOAN ​<br />

and incidents which require<br />

police dogs.<br />

Additionally, there are three<br />

road policing responses.<br />

These are normal traffic policing,<br />

the booze bus, which targets<br />

drunk and drugged drivers and<br />

the Antisocial Road User Group,<br />

which deals with boy racers.<br />

“In an emergency, people<br />

should call 111 and the appropriate<br />

resource will be dispatched. If<br />

it is not urgent, residents should<br />

call 105,” said Senior Sergeant<br />

Appley.<br />

“The overall goal is for people<br />

to feel safe and to be safe, and<br />

that is taken very seriously by<br />

Canterbury police.”<br />

Meanwhile, private security<br />

company Tactical Response<br />

Team has been patrolling the<br />

streets at night in response to<br />

residents’ concerns.<br />

The City to Sumner<br />

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plan to station one of its vehicles<br />

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• By Jess Gibson<br />

THE eight-year-old wood-fired<br />

oven at The Tannery has cooked<br />

more than 500,000 pizzas.<br />

And now, it is time for it to<br />

retire.<br />

Cassels The Brewery Bar and<br />

Restaurant has upgraded to a<br />

larger pizza oven to help keep up<br />

with growing demand.<br />

Alasdair Cassels, who<br />

owns The Tannery, opened the<br />

bar and restaurant shortly after<br />

the February 22, 2011 earthquake<br />

as a place for the community to<br />

gather while the city dusted itself<br />

off.<br />

Mr Cassels said the number<br />

of pizzas cooked was<br />

“unbelievable.”<br />

•From page 1<br />

Mr Needham called the lack of<br />

candidates “disappointing.”<br />

“It’s community representation,<br />

and that’s not what we’re getting,”<br />

he said.<br />

Mr Needham is a Charteris<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> resident and runs an internet<br />

sales business. His aim is to stop<br />

rate rises and put and end to<br />

closed-door meetings.<br />

Only three of the eight<br />

members who had seats on the<br />

community board last term are<br />

standing for re-election and<br />

seven new candidates, including<br />

“I would not have believed it<br />

when we put it in. We love that<br />

everyone loves our pizzas as<br />

much as we do.”<br />

The most popular pizza<br />

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cheese and capers followed<br />

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Pigeon <strong>Bay</strong>, topped with waitoa<br />

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Mr Cassels runs the joint with<br />

his son Zak Cassels and son-inlaw<br />

Joe Shanks.<br />

Other than pizza, the spot<br />

is best known for its awardwinning<br />

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Mr Needham, are standing.<br />

Low pay has been cited<br />

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to receive $9864 and the<br />

chairperson $19,729 after<br />

the elections.<br />

But Mr Needham said income<br />

played no part in his decision to<br />

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500,000 pizzas cooked at venue<br />

UPSIZING: Alasdair Cassels and Joe Shanks replaced the<br />

8-year-old wood-fired pizza oven at Cassels The Brewery<br />

Bar and Restaurant for a larger one to keep up with growing<br />

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Low pay cited for shortage of candidates<br />

Bill<br />

Studholme<br />

stand for the council and community<br />

board seats.<br />

“I didn’t even look at<br />

that. I’ve been here for<br />

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could get more involved<br />

with the community.”<br />

However, Charteris <strong>Bay</strong><br />

Residents’ Association<br />

secretary Bill Studholme<br />

said Mr Needham has<br />

made no contact with<br />

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Felix Dawson and John McLister.<br />

“We would rather somebody<br />

we knew, but if there’s nobody<br />

there then we will just come<br />

across as some noisy outsiders,”<br />

Mr Studholme said.<br />

As the current remuneration<br />

model is set by population,<br />

community boards with bigger<br />

populations get higher pay.<br />

However, that may change after<br />

the newly-elected city council<br />

decides on the allocation of a<br />

$1,843,200 governance pool.<br />

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Contentious<br />

liquor store<br />

slow to open<br />

• By Jess Gibson<br />

A NEW liquor store given the go<br />

ahead in Redcliffs is yet to open.<br />

Rizak Enterprises Ltd sole director<br />

and shareholder Juraj Singh<br />

was granted an off-licence to open<br />

Redcliffs Fine Wine and Spirits<br />

store at 1/87 Main Rd in July.<br />

The alcohol regulatory and<br />

licensing committee’s decision<br />

came after Mr Singh made<br />

amendments to an application<br />

which was opposed by almost 50<br />

people.<br />

Mr Singh told <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

News the store will “definitely”<br />

still go ahead, and that he has<br />

been tied up with family commitments<br />

and managing other stores.<br />

“I’m not able to give time to<br />

the store at the moment, but the<br />

licence has been granted and everything<br />

will be eventually done.”<br />

He said there is no timeline<br />

yet, but that a refit could possibly<br />

be completed in the next two<br />

months.<br />

“These things take time,” he<br />

said.<br />

Mr Singh’s amended application<br />

included a renaming of the store<br />

from Thirsty Liquor to Redcliffs<br />

Fine Wine and Spirits.<br />

It also assured CCTV security<br />

would be installed inside and<br />

outside the store and no alcohol<br />

advertising would be placed<br />

outside the building.<br />

Re-elect<br />

Lianne Dalziel<br />

Christchurch Mayor<br />

“I love Christchurch and am confident about our future.<br />

With my experience and inclusive style of leadership, we<br />

can tackle any challenges that lie ahead, while seizing every<br />

opportunity that comes our way.<br />

Together, we will build a legacy for generations to come.”<br />

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How important is it<br />

to create competition<br />

for your home?<br />

One approach to selling a property is to find a single buyer,<br />

and through clever and professional negotiation, achieve<br />

a positive outcome for both the seller and the buyer.<br />

However, let’s face it, few people want to pay more than<br />

a property is actually worth. Nowadays, with so much<br />

information readily available through online research<br />

a buyer can quite quickly work out a “ceiling” figure of<br />

value for a particular property. That is a figure that can<br />

potentially limit what a buyer may be prepared to pay.<br />

However, the one thing that can change a buyer’s<br />

opinion of “ceiling” value is the realisation there are<br />

others who also desire the home and are, in fact,<br />

prepared and willing to pay more.<br />

Creating competition is<br />

the best way to achieve an<br />

exceptional result for your<br />

property.<br />

Through the interplay of competition, it’s our aim to<br />

achieve a price that we are happy to present to our<br />

sellers - a figure that is a direct reflection of competing<br />

buyers.<br />

This is what we call creating competition. And that is how<br />

we believe we can bring true value to our vendors.<br />

Call us today to talk about the different ways to create<br />

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Patricia Van der bent<br />

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027 489 8349<br />

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His commitment and drive, along<br />

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Anna Loader<br />

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Matt Clayton<br />

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advantages and challenges of living in Lyttelton. Were<br />

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– About Daisy Foldesi<br />

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after sale service.”<br />

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Simon Standeven<br />

027 430 4691<br />

Paula Standeven<br />

027 547 2852<br />

“I enjoyed dealing with Rod. He’s very personable<br />

and he worked very hard chasing the large volume of<br />

prospective buyers interested in the property.”<br />

– About Rod Cross<br />

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- The Standevens -<br />

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Your Local Views<br />

A stitch in time saves nine<br />

The<br />

Redcliffs<br />

Residents<br />

Association<br />

has<br />

launched an<br />

‘eco-village’<br />

initiative in response<br />

to the climate and<br />

ecological emergency.<br />

This month<br />

association member<br />

Dave Bryce writes<br />

about awareness of<br />

sustainable goods and<br />

crafts.<br />

11th, 12th & 13th Oct<br />

1 day admission: $5.00 | 3 day admission: $10.00<br />

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Sick of late night tenant phone calls and being on call 24/7?<br />

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GLOBALLY, we currently<br />

have unsustainable levels<br />

of goods creation and<br />

consumption, which<br />

has lead to an associated<br />

depletion of resources and<br />

destruction of habitats.<br />

A sustainable society and<br />

economy would ensure that<br />

craft and manufactured<br />

goods would last a long<br />

time and then be able to be<br />

returned for repair, repurposing<br />

or recycling.<br />

This is starting to happen<br />

with “product stewardship”<br />

and eventually may be<br />

required by law.<br />

But in the meantime, you<br />

can help by trying to avoid<br />

buying things you don’t<br />

really need.<br />

When you do make a<br />

purchase, try to only buy<br />

things which are durable,<br />

repairable, non-plastic,<br />

locally made, toxin-free,<br />

recycled or recyclable and<br />

without excessive packaging.<br />

Check if things can be<br />

fixed or recycled, before<br />

“binning” them and replacing<br />

them.<br />

Take a look at the Redcliffs<br />

Community Shed,<br />

99c Main Rd, behind the<br />

Black Suede Hair Salon.<br />

These happy people just<br />

love fixing and making<br />

things and have great<br />

woodwork, metalwork and<br />

craft skills.<br />

Simply go down during<br />

their open hours with your<br />

broken items and enthusiasm.<br />

They also welcome donations<br />

of tools, materials<br />

and broken things, some of<br />

which they have repaired<br />

or repurposed and donated<br />

to the Redcliffs School Fair<br />

and many charities.<br />

The shed is open on<br />

Mondays from 9am to<br />

2pm, Wednesday and<br />

Fridays from 10am to 2pm<br />

and again on Wednesday<br />

nights from 6pm to 9pm.<br />

Handy Hint: “A stitch in<br />

time saves nine.” This old<br />

adage means regular care<br />

and maintenance will avoid<br />

costly repair later.<br />

Bowlers seal win for Heathcote<br />

•From page 1<br />

Earlier in the day Heathcote<br />

scored 131/7 from<br />

their 22 overs with Matt<br />

House (31) and English<br />

import James Hunt (29) top<br />

scoring.<br />

They then restricted<br />

Sydenham – who were 88/3<br />

in the 15th over – to 127/9<br />

thanks to Nicolaj Damgaard<br />

and Jordan Horrell<br />

who took three wickets<br />

each.<br />

This Saturday,<br />

Heathcote host<br />

Burnside West University<br />

at Heathcote Domain,<br />

where initiations will<br />

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News<br />

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Photo hunt keeps the past alive<br />

THE ARTS Centre as we know it<br />

has been part of Christchurch’s<br />

landscape for generations –<br />

but this glimpse of one of its<br />

buildings standing alone on a<br />

dusty unpaved road is unfamiliar<br />

to many of us.<br />

From 1877 until the mid-1950s,<br />

the Arts Centre was buzzing<br />

with students, as Canterbury<br />

College (now Canterbury<br />

University) and Christchurch<br />

Girls’ and Boys’ High Schools<br />

used the buildings as a campus at<br />

various times.<br />

The buildings were transferred<br />

to the Arts Centre Trust Board<br />

when Canterbury University<br />

completed its move to Ilam in the<br />

1970s.<br />

Designed by prominent<br />

architect Benjamin Mountfort,<br />

this Gothic Revival tower served<br />

as the Observatory and Biology<br />

building, with a telescope gifted<br />

by James Townsend located in<br />

the Observatory right at the top<br />

when this photo was taken.<br />

The historic Townsend<br />

Telescope, a six-inch refractor<br />

made by Thomas Cooke and<br />

Sons of York, England, in 1864,<br />

was recovered from the rubble of<br />

the Arts Centre tower after the<br />

February 22, 2011, earthquake.<br />

The Arts Centre and<br />

Canterbury University plan to<br />

restore the building and the<br />

telescope.<br />

The Beca Christchurch<br />

HISTORY: This photo of the Observatory, Canterbury College,<br />

circa 1895, was entered in the 2013 Christchurch City Libraries’<br />

Photo Hunt.<br />

Heritage Festival <strong>2019</strong> starts<br />

on Monday and this year, as<br />

part of the festival, Christchurch<br />

City Libraries will celebrate 10<br />

years of the Christchurch Photo<br />

Hunt.<br />

Over the past decade, the photo<br />

hunt has collected hundreds of<br />

great photos like this one, and<br />

Christchurch City Libraries<br />

hopes people will dust off their<br />

collections and unearth some<br />

more treasures.<br />

The photo hunt competition<br />

runs from now until <strong>October</strong> 31.<br />

Your photo hunt photos will be<br />

carefully scanned and preserved<br />

as part of the Christchurch City<br />

Libraries’ collection.<br />

They will then be loaded<br />

onto the Discovery Wall at<br />

Tūranga central library so<br />

CELEBRATION: To check<br />

out the Beca Christchurch<br />

Heritage Festival events taking<br />

place at the Arts Centre, visit<br />

ccc.govt.nz/heritagefestival.<br />

PHOTO: ARTS CENTRE<br />

Submit your photos for the<br />

Christchurch Photo Hunt<br />

at any city library or at<br />

christchurchcitylibraries.com<br />

everyone can enjoy them.<br />

You can also see them at<br />

discoverywall.nz.<br />

There will be heaps of events<br />

happening in the central city<br />

during the Beca Christchurch<br />

Heritage Festival <strong>2019</strong>.<br />

There will also be some great<br />

events at the Arts Centre during<br />

the festival. Check out what’s<br />

happening at ccc.govt.nz/<br />

heritagefestival or pick up a copy<br />

of the Heritage Festival printed<br />

guide from your local library or<br />

service centre.<br />

Water tanks with<br />

faces to feature<br />

at exhibition<br />

• By Jess Gibson<br />

THREE WATER tanks modified<br />

to resemble faces have claimed<br />

their place on Teddington’s<br />

Loudon Farm.<br />

Sculptor Hannah Kidd preselected<br />

a ridgeline to install her<br />

artwork The Watchmen in the<br />

lead up to the largest sculpture<br />

exhibition in the South Island<br />

– Sculpture on the Peninsula –<br />

which will be held on November<br />

8 to 10 at the farm.<br />

Proceeds from the event are<br />

donated to Cholmondeley Children’s<br />

Centre, a residential care<br />

facility for children in crisis.<br />

Entry is $15 per adult and<br />

children under 12 are free.<br />

For further information,<br />

including a full list of<br />

contributing artists, visit www.<br />

sculpturenz.co.nz<br />

Christchurch<br />

Heritage<br />

Festival<br />

Encounter<br />

our stories<br />

7–28 <strong>October</strong><br />

Over 80 special events! Discover heritage tours, walks, talks, workshops,<br />

music, food and more with the Christchurch Heritage Festival…<br />

• Viewpoint/Tirohanga – The Shoebox Collection<br />

(1960s –'70s architectural photo exhibition), 14–27 <strong>October</strong><br />

• Banks Peninsula Geology and Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū<br />

Banks Peninsula Geopark – Guided Walk, 19 <strong>October</strong><br />

• Orton Bradley Park Spring Fair, 27 <strong>October</strong><br />

ccc.govt.nz/heritagefestival


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Local surfers take on<br />

the country’s best<br />

• By Steve Tyro<br />

YOUNG SURFERS from the<br />

Taylors Mistake and Sumner’s<br />

Point Surf Team made waves<br />

at the Sticky Johnson Primary<br />

School Championships in<br />

Gisborne.<br />

Benji Lowen and Amelie<br />

Clarke competed in the year 6<br />

and under division with Jack<br />

Tyro and Poppy Entwisle taking<br />

on the year 7 division last<br />

weekend.<br />

A sizeable surf greeted the 94<br />

competitors on the first day of<br />

competition at the Gizzy Pipe at<br />

Midway Beach.<br />

Benji and Jack surfed heats<br />

in the round-robin phase of the<br />

event to make the semi-final<br />

showdowns with other unbeaten<br />

surfers.<br />

In the semi-finals, Benji and<br />

Jack continued their momentum,<br />

winning respective semis<br />

and moving into the finals to<br />

surf for New Zealand titles.<br />

The finals were close and Benji<br />

and Jack had similar results,<br />

only this time they both came<br />

up short and finished second in<br />

the four-person finals.<br />

Amelie and Poppy narrowly<br />

missed out on the finals round<br />

by one placing.<br />

However, with this being their<br />

first visit to Gisborne for the<br />

SURF’S UP: Jack Tyro and Poppy Entwisle took on the year<br />

7 division while Benji Lowen and Amelie Clark competed in<br />

the year 6 and under division at the Sticky Johnson Primary<br />

School Championships. ​<br />

championship the experience will<br />

be invaluable for next years comp.<br />

The young surfers did the<br />

South Island proud by finishing<br />

in fourth position for the club<br />

trophy.<br />

If you are interested in joining<br />

Point Surf Team Boardriding<br />

Club go down to the Esplanade<br />

at Hardwicke St between 10am<br />

and noon on Saturday for registration<br />

day.<br />

For more information call<br />

Steve Tyro on 027 2000 373.<br />

IT WAS MY birthday this week,<br />

which means it’s almost been a<br />

whole year that I’ve been the stayat-home<br />

parent.<br />

And in spite of the fact that<br />

this can be really hard work, it’s<br />

no job.<br />

I still wake up in the morning<br />

and am stoked about every coming<br />

day. Even if I’m waking up because<br />

a tiny person with too much<br />

energy is forcing my eyes open.<br />

It’s an absolute privilege to see<br />

my daughter grow and learn<br />

while forming a close bond with<br />

her.<br />

Part of her growth that I’ve<br />

noticed a lot of this past week is<br />

that she is becoming one sassy<br />

wee extrovert.<br />

She’s at the stage where she<br />

loves being centre of attention<br />

or at the very least, part of the<br />

action. I guess this stage might<br />

never end, but right now she’s got<br />

to try everything and be noticed<br />

while doing it.<br />

At our last couple of Wā Pēpe/<br />

Babytimes, she’s spent the whole<br />

time in the middle of the group,<br />

dancing to the songs and bathing<br />

in the adulation of her fans (the<br />

other parents).<br />

My place has been downgraded<br />

to halfheartedly singing and<br />

dancing along so as not to feel too<br />

VITTORIA<br />

& Matt<br />

An adorable attention hog<br />

left out.<br />

But if she can’t impress her way<br />

into the centre of attention, she’s<br />

just started trying something new<br />

to get an audience.<br />

While visiting a mate in<br />

Rangiora, his two young boys<br />

(four and two) had pulled out an<br />

old guitar to have a jam.<br />

Seeing that the brotherly duo<br />

were the stars of the lounge with<br />

their rendition of the classic<br />

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,<br />

Vittoria went full front row<br />

groupie.<br />

Dancing normally was still<br />

not garnering the attention she<br />

craved, so she lifted her shirt and<br />

spun around on the spot.<br />

Now, said mate and I have<br />

long been metal fans and are well<br />

versed with your standard familyunfriendly<br />

groupie show antics,<br />

so this drew raucous laughter<br />

from him and a sort of giggling<br />

cringe from me.<br />

Her outgoing attitude and<br />

willingness to be the star are<br />

endearingly wonderful and I’ll<br />

always encourage them.<br />

•Former Star Media<br />

journalist Matt Salmons has<br />

become a stay-at-home<br />

dad. We follow his journey<br />

weekly<br />

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WHAT’S YOUR<br />

TOURING STYLE?<br />

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Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> Bridge<br />

Club<br />

Tuesday, 1.30, at the rugby<br />

club, Wednesday, 6.40pm<br />

New players welcome. There<br />

will also be a chance to learn<br />

to play bridge at lessons on<br />

Tuesdays at 7pm in the green<br />

room of the Memorial Hall on<br />

Waipapa Ave. For more information<br />

phone Pauline on 329 4414<br />

or 027 363 6302.<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> Bowling<br />

Club, 20 Purau Ave, Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> Rugby Club, 2a Waipapa<br />

Ave<br />

JP Clinics<br />

Tomorrow, 11am-12.30pm, at<br />

Little River, and Saturday, 10amnoon,<br />

at Sumner<br />

A justice of the peace will be<br />

available to members of the community<br />

to witness signatures and<br />

documents, certify document<br />

copies, hear oaths, declarations,<br />

affidavits or affirmations, as well<br />

as sign citizenship, sponsorship<br />

or rates rebates applications.<br />

There is no charge for this service.<br />

Little River Library and<br />

Matuku Takotako: Sumner<br />

Centre<br />

A Very Pleasant Playgroup<br />

Tomorrow, 9.30-11.30am<br />

Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by<br />

5pm each Wednesday<br />

This drop-in playgroup is for<br />

pre-schoolers and their grownups.<br />

Stay for the whole session or<br />

drop-in when it suits.<br />

Mt Pleasant Community<br />

Centre<br />

Tai Chi<br />

Friday, 7-8.30pm<br />

This is a gentle exercise for<br />

people of all ages and fitness<br />

levels, bringing many health<br />

and other benefits. All are welcome<br />

to attend this weekly class.<br />

Phone Lucida for more information<br />

on 022 697 7420.<br />

105 Bridle Path Rd<br />

Mt Pleasant Art and Craft<br />

Market<br />

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm<br />

Go along and support your<br />

local craftspeople every second<br />

Saturday of the month. Browse<br />

with a coffee and pastry from the<br />

farmers market running outside.<br />

Mt Pleasant Community<br />

Centre<br />

Adventure on Te Ara Ihutai -<br />

Christchurch Coastal Pathway<br />

Sunday, 10am-2pm<br />

Be adventurous and experience<br />

a free, self-guided walk from<br />

Scott Park, Ferrymead to Scarborough<br />

Clock Tower. Complete<br />

a treasure hunt, learn about the<br />

ecological habitats of the unique<br />

coastal flora and fauna, explore<br />

the great coffee and ice cream<br />

options and all the Eastern <strong>Bay</strong>s<br />

has to offer.<br />

Scott Park, Main Rd, Mount<br />

Pleasant<br />

Shoreline Toastmasters<br />

Monday, 7.30-9pm<br />

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speaking, listening,<br />

learning and laughing – in a<br />

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environment. For information<br />

shoreline@toastmasters.org.nz<br />

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club, 21<br />

Main Rd<br />

Indoor Bowls at Tui Club<br />

Monday, 12.45-3.45pm<br />

Go along for a fun and inclusive<br />

environment at indoor<br />

bowls. The first day is free and is<br />

$3 thereafter. All equipment is<br />

supplied. No previous experience<br />

necessary as coaching is given.<br />

Soft-soled shoes should be worn.<br />

Phone Sue on 389 1849.<br />

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Woolston<br />

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Monday, 2-3pm<br />

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or smartphone, or use one of the<br />

centre’s computers. No bookings<br />

required at this free event.<br />

Matuku Takotako: Sumner<br />

Centre<br />

Mt Pleasant Walking Group<br />

Tuesday and Thursday, 9.30am<br />

A mix of flat and hill walks for<br />

people with a medium level of<br />

fitness. Walks are in nearby areas<br />

Intriguing new ceramics by<br />

Jane McCulla are on show<br />

for free in the main gallery<br />

at historic Stoddart Cottage<br />

Gallery, 2a Waipapa Ave in<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong>. The Trace<br />

of Presence Exhibition will be<br />

open on Friday, Saturday and<br />

Sundays from 10am to 4pm<br />

throughout <strong>October</strong>. Pieces<br />

are inspired by evidence of<br />

transient human presence in<br />

remote landscapes. Commission<br />

from sales to Stoddart<br />

Cottage Trust for heritage<br />

activities.<br />

and further afield. There will be<br />

car-pooling with shared costs.<br />

Phone Judy on 384 1269.<br />

Various locations<br />

Knit ’n’ Yarn<br />

Today, 10am-noon, at Lyttelton,<br />

Take your knitting, crochet or<br />

other portable craft project and<br />

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Lyttelton Library<br />

Akaroa Craft Group<br />

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Tasty Bites<br />

Cooking with what is in season<br />

Lemons and fennel are in<br />

season and they make a<br />

perfect partnership. This<br />

subtle combination works<br />

beautifully on its own<br />

as a light dinner or will<br />

accompany seafood, pork<br />

and lamb<br />

Lemon and fennel risotto<br />

Ingredients<br />

1500ml vegetable stock, hot<br />

2 lemons<br />

2 Tbsp olive oil<br />

1 Tbsp butter<br />

2 shallots<br />

1 tsp fennel seeds, crushed<br />

3 bulbs fennel, sliced thinly and<br />

tops reserved<br />

400g risotto rice, such as arborio<br />

or carnaroli<br />

200ml dry white wine<br />

100g parmesan cheese, finely<br />

grated<br />

1 cup fennel fronds<br />

½ purple olives, stones removed<br />

50ml olive oil<br />

sea salt and cracked pepper<br />

Directions<br />

Bring the stock to the boil. In a<br />

medium-sized saucepan, heat the<br />

oil and butter, add fennel seeds<br />

and shallots and cook gently<br />

for 3min. Add the sliced fennel<br />

bulbs and cover with a lid and<br />

cook for about 15min until the<br />

fennel has softened and become<br />

sweet and fragrant.<br />

Add the zest of one lemon and<br />

juice from half.<br />

Add the rice and stir well so<br />

the rice gets coated. Cook until<br />

the rice becomes lightly toasted.<br />

Add wine and stir well until it<br />

has been absorbed into the rice.<br />

Ladle the hot stock in one ladle<br />

at a time. Stir well between each<br />

addition so the rice sucks up the<br />

stock and becomes creamy.<br />

Continue until the rice is<br />

tender and creamy and the sauce<br />

around the rice is thick and silky.<br />

If too thick, loosen with a little<br />

more stock, or if too runny cook<br />

out for a little longer. You may or<br />

may not need all the stock.<br />

Adjust the seasoning and<br />

finish by adding half the grated<br />

parmesan and stir to combine.<br />

To make the fennel and olive<br />

dressing, chop the fennel fronds<br />

and add to the olives and zest of<br />

one lemon.<br />

Stir together, add the olive<br />

oil and enough lemon juice to<br />

balance the dressing.<br />

To serve the risotto, spoon<br />

on to your plate, sprinkle over<br />

a little more grated parmesan.<br />

Spoon over a little fennel and<br />

olive dressing.<br />

Save your ripe bananas<br />

to make this sweet after<br />

dinner treat<br />

Banana loaf<br />

Ingredients<br />

140g butter, softened, plus extra<br />

for the tin<br />

140g caster sugar<br />

2 large eggs, beaten<br />

140g self-raising flour<br />

1 tsp baking powder<br />

2 ripe bananas, mashed<br />

50g icing sugar<br />

Handful dried banana chips, for<br />

decoration<br />

Directions<br />

Heat oven to 180 deg C.<br />

Butter a 900g loaf tin and line<br />

the base and sides with baking<br />

parchment.<br />

Cream 140g softened butter<br />

and 140g caster sugar until light<br />

and fluffy, then slowly add two<br />

beaten large eggs with a little of<br />

the 140g flour.<br />

Fold in the remaining flour,<br />

one tsp baking powder and two<br />

mashed bananas.<br />

Pour into the tin and bake<br />

for about 30min until a skewer<br />

comes out clean.<br />

Cool in the tin for 10min, then<br />

remove to a wire rack.<br />

Mix 50g icing sugar with twothree<br />

tsp water to make a runny<br />

icing.<br />

Drizzle the icing across the top<br />

of the cake and decorate with a<br />

handful of banana chips.<br />

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Grenadier Real Estate Ltd MREINZ. Licensed Agent REAA 2008.<br />

Alison Carter<br />

P 0274 318 960<br />

E alison.carter@harcourts.co.nz<br />

W alisoncarter.harcourts.co.nz

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