Bay Harbour: October 09, 2019

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Cochrane (Archbishop of

Canterbury), Nick Turner

(Queen of Hearts) and James

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• By Gordon Findlater

HEATHCOTE had extra reason

celebrate at their

season-starting dress-up party

on Saturday after winning

their first ever match in the

Metro Premiership.

Heathcote, who won promotion

to the premiership by

winning the championship

last summer, upset Sydenham

in a rain-reduced match in the

opening round of the one-day

competition at Hagley Park on

Saturday. The team then returned

to their clubrooms in the

evening for a dress-up party.

The theme for the team was

anything British. However, as

part of initiation to the club,

the team’s imports sported

somewhat skimpy dresses.

The team were in great spirits

and celebrations following the

historic win didn’t finish until

nearly 4am.

•Turn to page 7

Rare

by-election

likely for

community

board

• By Jess Gibson

A RARE by-election may be held

to fill two vacant seats on the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board.

The community board was

not able to fill one of its two Mt

Herbert subdivision seats during

nominations, making it the only

board out of seven not to attract

enough candidates.

Independent

candidate

Howard Needham

is set to be elected

for the seat unopposed,

and a single

by-election will

be held in the new

year to fill the remaining

vacancy.

However, Mr Needham is

also running for the Banks

Howard

Needham

Peninsula Ward council seat and

if he is elected, his position as a

community board member will

also be deemed vacant.

City council electoral officer

Jo Daly believed it was the first

“single by-election being held to

fill two vacant community board

seats.”

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THE EMPIRE has struck back.

Police have spoken to Bay Harbour News

(page 3) today after many months of discontent

from people in the Lyttelton and

surrounding bay areas.

Residents are concerned over a perceived

lack of police coverage in Lyttleton – the main concern is that

the local station isn’t staffed 24/7.

When something happens in the early hours, they want a

quick response, instead of a unit heading from Christchurch if

the matter is serious enough.

So it is good to see police have finally fronted and explained

the situation.

But they could also take it a step further and tell our readers

what is going on in their patch. If I had a dollar for everytime

they don’t return calls . . .

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News

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

Email your views to jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi

Police defend coverage in port

• By Jess Gibson

POLICE SAY they are present

in Lyttelton more than people

think.

There has been criticism from

residents over a lack of policing

in and around the harbour

following a number of crimes

which have been happening such

as car theft and damage.

But Senior Sergeant Roy

Appley said there are five officers,

including station boss Sergeant

Franco Lovrich, who are rostered

to work different shifts in

Lyttelton between 7am and 11pm

over seven days.

Senior Sergeant Appley is

based at the Papanui Police

Station but oversees police in

other communities, including

Lyttelton.

“The benefit of having five

dedicated officers is that they are

able to follow up on things that

are continually happening,” he

said.

He said both during and

outside of hours the officers are

working, police can be sent from

any area of Christchurch to attend

incidents in Lyttelton if they

are required.

“Police are sent where the

needs are, particularly if it’s lifethreatening,”

he said.

Similarly, Lyttelton’s officers

may at times be called to assist

incidents which are happening in

other areas of Christchurch.

The Canterbury District Command

Centre is open 24/7 and

has staff working to monitor

crime trends and the events happening

around Christchurch.

Senior Sergeant Appley said

staff use this information to respond

to crimes as they happen

in any area, including Lyttelton,

and to prevent crimes before they

occur.

Uniformed police are available

to respond to public safety incidents,

alcohol-related incidents

POLICING:

Senior Sergeant

Roy Appley

says having five

dedicated officers

in Lyttelton means

they are able to

follow up on things

that are continually

happening.

PHOTO: GEOFF

SLOAN ​

and incidents which require

police dogs.

Additionally, there are three

road policing responses.

These are normal traffic policing,

the booze bus, which targets

drunk and drugged drivers and

the Antisocial Road User Group,

which deals with boy racers.

“In an emergency, people

should call 111 and the appropriate

resource will be dispatched. If

it is not urgent, residents should

call 105,” said Senior Sergeant

Appley.

“The overall goal is for people

to feel safe and to be safe, and

that is taken very seriously by

Canterbury police.”

Meanwhile, private security

company Tactical Response

Team has been patrolling the

streets at night in response to

residents’ concerns.

The City to Sumner

Community Patrol also has a

plan to station one of its vehicles

in Lyttelton.

But that plan is on hold until

at least four more volunteers put

their hand up to help keep an eye

on the port and harbour areas.

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TRAILER FALL INJURES

A woman was transported

to Christchurch Hospital by

helicopter in serious condition after

falling from a trailer in Diamond

Harbour on Sunday. The woman,

believed to be in her 60s, suffered

significant injuries to her head

when she fell at Bay View Rd.

Diamond Harbour Volunteer Fire

Brigade chief officer Bob Palmer

said the callout was initially

attended by the brigade and then

St John, before the Westpac Rescue

Helicopter arrived.

AKAROA FRENCHFEST

Akaroa’s biggest celebration,

FrenchFest, will be held from

Friday to Sunday. Visitors can

immerse themselves in French

culture, history, entertainment

and romance at the town’s

biennial event. A traditional

Maori powhiri will open the

festival on Friday before the

weekend kicks off and a circus

performance will close the event

on Sunday.

CRUISE BERTH UNDER WAY

More than half of the main wharf

piles on Lyttelton’s new cruise

berth have been successfully

driven. Forty-three out of a total

of 64 main wharf piles have now

been driven to full depth of about

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project is on track to be completed

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News

• By Jess Gibson

THE eight-year-old wood-fired

oven at The Tannery has cooked

more than 500,000 pizzas.

And now, it is time for it to

retire.

Cassels The Brewery Bar and

Restaurant has upgraded to a

larger pizza oven to help keep up

with growing demand.

Alasdair Cassels, who

owns The Tannery, opened the

bar and restaurant shortly after

the February 22, 2011 earthquake

as a place for the community to

gather while the city dusted itself

off.

Mr Cassels said the number

of pizzas cooked was

“unbelievable.”

•From page 1

Mr Needham called the lack of

candidates “disappointing.”

“It’s community representation,

and that’s not what we’re getting,”

he said.

Mr Needham is a Charteris

Bay resident and runs an internet

sales business. His aim is to stop

rate rises and put and end to

closed-door meetings.

Only three of the eight

members who had seats on the

community board last term are

standing for re-election and

seven new candidates, including

“I would not have believed it

when we put it in. We love that

everyone loves our pizzas as

much as we do.”

The most popular pizza

flavours are the Rakaia, topped

with akaroa salmon, cream

cheese and capers followed

by the Linwood, topped with

waitoa chicken, bacon, kransky

and smoked cheese and the

Pigeon Bay, topped with waitoa

chicken, capsicums, red onion and

jalapenos.

Mr Cassels runs the joint with

his son Zak Cassels and son-inlaw

Joe Shanks.

Other than pizza, the spot

is best known for its awardwinning

beer which is brewed

on-site.

Mr Needham, are standing.

Low pay has been cited

as one of the reasons the

community board did not

attract enough candidates.

In its last term, members

were paid less than half

of what inner-city board

members receive.

As it stands, community

board members are set

to receive $9864 and the

chairperson $19,729 after

the elections.

But Mr Needham said income

played no part in his decision to

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500,000 pizzas cooked at venue

UPSIZING: Alasdair Cassels and Joe Shanks replaced the

8-year-old wood-fired pizza oven at Cassels The Brewery

Bar and Restaurant for a larger one to keep up with growing

demands.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

Low pay cited for shortage of candidates

Bill

Studholme

stand for the council and community

board seats.

“I didn’t even look at

that. I’ve been here for

five years and I love this

area, so I looked at how I

could get more involved

with the community.”

However, Charteris Bay

Residents’ Association

secretary Bill Studholme

said Mr Needham has

made no contact with

the group in the lead-up to the

elections.

He said the association was

“extremely well served” by former

Mt Herbert representatives

Felix Dawson and John McLister.

“We would rather somebody

we knew, but if there’s nobody

there then we will just come

across as some noisy outsiders,”

Mr Studholme said.

As the current remuneration

model is set by population,

community boards with bigger

populations get higher pay.

However, that may change after

the newly-elected city council

decides on the allocation of a

$1,843,200 governance pool.

BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 5

Contentious

liquor store

slow to open

• By Jess Gibson

A NEW liquor store given the go

ahead in Redcliffs is yet to open.

Rizak Enterprises Ltd sole director

and shareholder Juraj Singh

was granted an off-licence to open

Redcliffs Fine Wine and Spirits

store at 1/87 Main Rd in July.

The alcohol regulatory and

licensing committee’s decision

came after Mr Singh made

amendments to an application

which was opposed by almost 50

people.

Mr Singh told Bay Harbour

News the store will “definitely”

still go ahead, and that he has

been tied up with family commitments

and managing other stores.

“I’m not able to give time to

the store at the moment, but the

licence has been granted and everything

will be eventually done.”

He said there is no timeline

yet, but that a refit could possibly

be completed in the next two

months.

“These things take time,” he

said.

Mr Singh’s amended application

included a renaming of the store

from Thirsty Liquor to Redcliffs

Fine Wine and Spirits.

It also assured CCTV security

would be installed inside and

outside the store and no alcohol

advertising would be placed

outside the building.

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Your Local Views

A stitch in time saves nine

The

Redcliffs

Residents

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has

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‘eco-village’

initiative in response

to the climate and

ecological emergency.

This month

association member

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Simply go down during

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They also welcome donations

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and broken things, some of

which they have repaired

or repurposed and donated

to the Redcliffs School Fair

and many charities.

The shed is open on

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2pm, Wednesday and

Fridays from 10am to 2pm

and again on Wednesday

nights from 6pm to 9pm.

Handy Hint: “A stitch in

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adage means regular care

and maintenance will avoid

costly repair later.

Bowlers seal win for Heathcote

•From page 1

Earlier in the day Heathcote

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their 22 overs with Matt

House (31) and English

import James Hunt (29) top

scoring.

They then restricted

Sydenham – who were 88/3

in the 15th over – to 127/9

thanks to Nicolaj Damgaard

and Jordan Horrell

who took three wickets

each.

This Saturday,

Heathcote host

Burnside West University

at Heathcote Domain,

where initiations will

continue for the team’s new

boys.

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Photo hunt keeps the past alive

THE ARTS Centre as we know it

has been part of Christchurch’s

landscape for generations –

but this glimpse of one of its

buildings standing alone on a

dusty unpaved road is unfamiliar

to many of us.

From 1877 until the mid-1950s,

the Arts Centre was buzzing

with students, as Canterbury

College (now Canterbury

University) and Christchurch

Girls’ and Boys’ High Schools

used the buildings as a campus at

various times.

The buildings were transferred

to the Arts Centre Trust Board

when Canterbury University

completed its move to Ilam in the

1970s.

Designed by prominent

architect Benjamin Mountfort,

this Gothic Revival tower served

as the Observatory and Biology

building, with a telescope gifted

by James Townsend located in

the Observatory right at the top

when this photo was taken.

The historic Townsend

Telescope, a six-inch refractor

made by Thomas Cooke and

Sons of York, England, in 1864,

was recovered from the rubble of

the Arts Centre tower after the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

The Arts Centre and

Canterbury University plan to

restore the building and the

telescope.

The Beca Christchurch

HISTORY: This photo of the Observatory, Canterbury College,

circa 1895, was entered in the 2013 Christchurch City Libraries’

Photo Hunt.

Heritage Festival 2019 starts

on Monday and this year, as

part of the festival, Christchurch

City Libraries will celebrate 10

years of the Christchurch Photo

Hunt.

Over the past decade, the photo

hunt has collected hundreds of

great photos like this one, and

Christchurch City Libraries

hopes people will dust off their

collections and unearth some

more treasures.

The photo hunt competition

runs from now until October 31.

Your photo hunt photos will be

carefully scanned and preserved

as part of the Christchurch City

Libraries’ collection.

They will then be loaded

onto the Discovery Wall at

Tūranga central library so

CELEBRATION: To check

out the Beca Christchurch

Heritage Festival events taking

place at the Arts Centre, visit

ccc.govt.nz/heritagefestival.

PHOTO: ARTS CENTRE

Submit your photos for the

Christchurch Photo Hunt

at any city library or at

christchurchcitylibraries.com

everyone can enjoy them.

You can also see them at

discoverywall.nz.

There will be heaps of events

happening in the central city

during the Beca Christchurch

Heritage Festival 2019.

There will also be some great

events at the Arts Centre during

the festival. Check out what’s

happening at ccc.govt.nz/

heritagefestival or pick up a copy

of the Heritage Festival printed

guide from your local library or

service centre.

Water tanks with

faces to feature

at exhibition

• By Jess Gibson

THREE WATER tanks modified

to resemble faces have claimed

their place on Teddington’s

Loudon Farm.

Sculptor Hannah Kidd preselected

a ridgeline to install her

artwork The Watchmen in the

lead up to the largest sculpture

exhibition in the South Island

– Sculpture on the Peninsula –

which will be held on November

8 to 10 at the farm.

Proceeds from the event are

donated to Cholmondeley Children’s

Centre, a residential care

facility for children in crisis.

Entry is $15 per adult and

children under 12 are free.

For further information,

including a full list of

contributing artists, visit www.

sculpturenz.co.nz

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• Banks Peninsula Geology and Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū

Banks Peninsula Geopark – Guided Walk, 19 October

• Orton Bradley Park Spring Fair, 27 October

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Local surfers take on

the country’s best

• By Steve Tyro

YOUNG SURFERS from the

Taylors Mistake and Sumner’s

Point Surf Team made waves

at the Sticky Johnson Primary

School Championships in

Gisborne.

Benji Lowen and Amelie

Clarke competed in the year 6

and under division with Jack

Tyro and Poppy Entwisle taking

on the year 7 division last

weekend.

A sizeable surf greeted the 94

competitors on the first day of

competition at the Gizzy Pipe at

Midway Beach.

Benji and Jack surfed heats

in the round-robin phase of the

event to make the semi-final

showdowns with other unbeaten

surfers.

In the semi-finals, Benji and

Jack continued their momentum,

winning respective semis

and moving into the finals to

surf for New Zealand titles.

The finals were close and Benji

and Jack had similar results,

only this time they both came

up short and finished second in

the four-person finals.

Amelie and Poppy narrowly

missed out on the finals round

by one placing.

However, with this being their

first visit to Gisborne for the

SURF’S UP: Jack Tyro and Poppy Entwisle took on the year

7 division while Benji Lowen and Amelie Clark competed in

the year 6 and under division at the Sticky Johnson Primary

School Championships. ​

championship the experience will

be invaluable for next years comp.

The young surfers did the

South Island proud by finishing

in fourth position for the club

trophy.

If you are interested in joining

Point Surf Team Boardriding

Club go down to the Esplanade

at Hardwicke St between 10am

and noon on Saturday for registration

day.

For more information call

Steve Tyro on 027 2000 373.

IT WAS MY birthday this week,

which means it’s almost been a

whole year that I’ve been the stayat-home

parent.

And in spite of the fact that

this can be really hard work, it’s

no job.

I still wake up in the morning

and am stoked about every coming

day. Even if I’m waking up because

a tiny person with too much

energy is forcing my eyes open.

It’s an absolute privilege to see

my daughter grow and learn

while forming a close bond with

her.

Part of her growth that I’ve

noticed a lot of this past week is

that she is becoming one sassy

wee extrovert.

She’s at the stage where she

loves being centre of attention

or at the very least, part of the

action. I guess this stage might

never end, but right now she’s got

to try everything and be noticed

while doing it.

At our last couple of Wā Pēpe/

Babytimes, she’s spent the whole

time in the middle of the group,

dancing to the songs and bathing

in the adulation of her fans (the

other parents).

My place has been downgraded

to halfheartedly singing and

dancing along so as not to feel too

VITTORIA

& Matt

An adorable attention hog

left out.

But if she can’t impress her way

into the centre of attention, she’s

just started trying something new

to get an audience.

While visiting a mate in

Rangiora, his two young boys

(four and two) had pulled out an

old guitar to have a jam.

Seeing that the brotherly duo

were the stars of the lounge with

their rendition of the classic

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,

Vittoria went full front row

groupie.

Dancing normally was still

not garnering the attention she

craved, so she lifted her shirt and

spun around on the spot.

Now, said mate and I have

long been metal fans and are well

versed with your standard familyunfriendly

groupie show antics,

so this drew raucous laughter

from him and a sort of giggling

cringe from me.

Her outgoing attitude and

willingness to be the star are

endearingly wonderful and I’ll

always encourage them.

•Former Star Media

journalist Matt Salmons has

become a stay-at-home

dad. We follow his journey

weekly

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Diamond Harbour Bridge

Club

Tuesday, 1.30, at the rugby

club, Wednesday, 6.40pm

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

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

A Very Pleasant Playgroup

Tomorrow, 9.30-11.30am

Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

This drop-in playgroup is for

pre-schoolers and their grownups.

Stay for the whole session or

drop-in when it suits.

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre

Tai Chi

Friday, 7-8.30pm

This is a gentle exercise for

people of all ages and fitness

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and other benefits. All are welcome

to attend this weekly class.

Phone Lucida for more information

on 022 697 7420.

105 Bridle Path Rd

Mt Pleasant Art and Craft

Market

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm

Go along and support your

local craftspeople every second

Saturday of the month. Browse

with a coffee and pastry from the

farmers market running outside.

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre

Adventure on Te Ara Ihutai -

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Sunday, 10am-2pm

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Clock Tower. Complete

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the great coffee and ice cream

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Scott Park, Main Rd, Mount

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Shoreline Toastmasters

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Mt Pleasant Yacht Club, 21

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Indoor Bowls at Tui Club

Monday, 12.45-3.45pm

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Soft-soled shoes should be worn.

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Matuku Takotako: Sumner

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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

Intriguing new ceramics by

Jane McCulla are on show

for free in the main gallery

at historic Stoddart Cottage

Gallery, 2a Waipapa Ave in

Diamond Harbour. The Trace

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Tasty Bites

Cooking with what is in season

Lemons and fennel are in

season and they make a

perfect partnership. This

subtle combination works

beautifully on its own

as a light dinner or will

accompany seafood, pork

and lamb

Lemon and fennel risotto

Ingredients

1500ml vegetable stock, hot

2 lemons

2 Tbsp olive oil

1 Tbsp butter

2 shallots

1 tsp fennel seeds, crushed

3 bulbs fennel, sliced thinly and

tops reserved

400g risotto rice, such as arborio

or carnaroli

200ml dry white wine

100g parmesan cheese, finely

grated

1 cup fennel fronds

½ purple olives, stones removed

50ml olive oil

sea salt and cracked pepper

Directions

Bring the stock to the boil. In a

medium-sized saucepan, heat the

oil and butter, add fennel seeds

and shallots and cook gently

for 3min. Add the sliced fennel

bulbs and cover with a lid and

cook for about 15min until the

fennel has softened and become

sweet and fragrant.

Add the zest of one lemon and

juice from half.

Add the rice and stir well so

the rice gets coated. Cook until

the rice becomes lightly toasted.

Add wine and stir well until it

has been absorbed into the rice.

Ladle the hot stock in one ladle

at a time. Stir well between each

addition so the rice sucks up the

stock and becomes creamy.

Continue until the rice is

tender and creamy and the sauce

around the rice is thick and silky.

If too thick, loosen with a little

more stock, or if too runny cook

out for a little longer. You may or

may not need all the stock.

Adjust the seasoning and

finish by adding half the grated

parmesan and stir to combine.

To make the fennel and olive

dressing, chop the fennel fronds

and add to the olives and zest of

one lemon.

Stir together, add the olive

oil and enough lemon juice to

balance the dressing.

To serve the risotto, spoon

on to your plate, sprinkle over

a little more grated parmesan.

Spoon over a little fennel and

olive dressing.

Save your ripe bananas

to make this sweet after

dinner treat

Banana loaf

Ingredients

140g butter, softened, plus extra

for the tin

140g caster sugar

2 large eggs, beaten

140g self-raising flour

1 tsp baking powder

2 ripe bananas, mashed

50g icing sugar

Handful dried banana chips, for

decoration

Directions

Heat oven to 180 deg C.

Butter a 900g loaf tin and line

the base and sides with baking

parchment.

Cream 140g softened butter

and 140g caster sugar until light

and fluffy, then slowly add two

beaten large eggs with a little of

the 140g flour.

Fold in the remaining flour,

one tsp baking powder and two

mashed bananas.

Pour into the tin and bake

for about 30min until a skewer

comes out clean.

Cool in the tin for 10min, then

remove to a wire rack.

Mix 50g icing sugar with twothree

tsp water to make a runny

icing.

Drizzle the icing across the top

of the cake and decorate with a

handful of banana chips.

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Elegant and stylish. Built for maximum

sun with panoramic views over Lyttelton

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Quail Island.

Stroll up the driveway, past single garage

and carport up a few steps across a deck

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• Diamond Harbour Reserves Management Committee – Monday 14 October,

7.30pm, Green Room, Diamond Harbour Community Centre,

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• Le Bons Bay Reserve Management Committee – Sunday 20 October, 4pm,

Le Bons Bay Domain Hall, Le Bons Bay

• Ataahua Reserve Management Committee – Monday 21 October, 7pm,

Ataahua Hall, Ataahua Reserve, Kaituna

• Lyttelton Recreation Ground Reserve Management Committee –

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25 Canterbury Street, Lyttelton

• Pigeon Bay Reserve Management Committee – Monday 28 October,

2.30pm, Pigeon Bay Settlers Hall, 40 Wharf Road, Pigeon Bay

• Allandale Reserve Management Committee – Wednesday 30 October,

7pm, Governors Bay Hotel, 52 Main Road, Governors Bay

• Stanley Park Reserve Management Committee – Friday 1 November, 9am,

Akaroa Yacht Club, Beach Road, Akaroa

• Robinsons Bay Reserve Management Committee – Saturday 9 November,

5pm, Robinsons Bay Reserve (40 Kingstons Hill Road, Robinsons Bay if wet)

• Lyttelton Reserves Management Committee – Monday 11 November, 7pm,

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• Garden of Tane Reserve Management Committee - Tuesday 12 November,

5.30pm, Bully Hayes, 57 Beach Road, Akaroa

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