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Residents unhappy with

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• By Jess Gibson

THE REDCLIFFS Residents’

Association is embroiled in a

battle to have large piles of rocks

removed near Shag Rock.

Debris has been bought to the

surface at Clifton Beach following

the construction of the Coastal

Pathway.

Secretary Pat McIntosh said

the association requested the city

council restore the beach to its

previous condition in September

before rocks spread and the task

becomes too hard.

However, she was told

contractors Fulton Hogan had

sieved sand to remove all rocks

greater than 100mm from the

construction area.

“Spending two minutes on the

beach will reveal that either this

is incorrect or the sieving has not

been effective,” Dr McIntosh said.

She would like to see the contract

between Fulton Hogan and the city

council to understand the process

behind the removal.

However, when Bay Harbour

News requested to see the contract,

city council transport planning

and delivery manager Lynette Ellis

said it would not be supplied as it

contains commercially sensitive

information.

•Turn to page 7

RUINED AMENITY: Redcliffs Residents’ Association secretary Pat McIntosh is not convinced Clifton Beach will return to its

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I CAN see why Redcliffs Residents’

Association secretary Pat McIntosh is not

overly happy with what’s happening on the

beach near Shag Rock (page 1).

She wants something done about the

stones and rocks left over from the Coastal

Pathway construction.

But it seems the city council is happy with the way it looks,

saying there has already been a general tidy up.

That was done by Fulton Hogan, which built the Coastal

Pathway.

But getting Fulton Hogan to talk about what is left has proven

difficult.

It appears the city council’s contract with Fulton Hogan

means it is the only one which can talk on the matter.

But if Pat and the association say more needs doing, that is

good enough for me.

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Gathering at crash victim’s memorial

More than 50 friends and family of a woman who died in a crash

near Shag Rock in 2017 have met at her memorial seat.

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Paving a way forward for Sumner

• By Jess Gibson

BIG ISSUES affecting Sumner

will be the focus of a community

meeting next week.

The meeting which is held

every two years and organised

by the Sumner Community

Residents’ Association, will be

held in the Matuku Takotako:

Sumner Centre on Tuesday from

6.30pm.

Presentations

will be made

by key speakers

from the police,

city council staff,

the Sumner

Lisa Sparrow

Volunteer Fire

Brigade, Land

Information NZ and SCRA on a

range of different topics.

Some topics which will be discussed

include Sumner’s crime

cameras, the Bays Area Skate

Project, summer fire hazards,

where to go in an emergency,

how SCRA can get more involved

with the community, and

more.

Residents can email any questions

they would like to have

answered by the speakers during

these presentations to SCRA in

the lead up to the event.

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allowing people to ask questions

of them,” she said.

“What we’re trying to do is

reverse it and bring the issues to

us.”

She said the group will use the

feedback to consider how it can

respond to the needs of Sumner

residents and the wider bays

area.

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XMAS OPENING FOR STORE

The Redcliffs Fine Wine and

Liquor Store at 1/87 Main Rd is

likely to open before Christmas.

Rizak Enterprises Ltd sole

director Juraj Singh told Bay

Harbour News the refit will start

next week. It has been empty

for three months following a

controversial decision by the

alcohol regulatory and licensing

committee to grant Mr Singh an

off-licence.

APARTMENT HEARING

A High Court hearing next week

could see the end of a nine-yearlong

saga over Sumner’s Cave

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of 50 owners agreed to the sale

of the abandoned complex at 11

Marriner St after fighting with

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which remains confidential.

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over Monday and Tuesday, will

determine whether the land is

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WHARF REPAIRS

Maintenance work is set to

start at the Port Levy wharf

on Thursday. Three new

piles will be driven in before

the work is due to finish on

November 1. The wharf will

also be straightened.

UPGRADE FOR PARK

Woolston Park is currently

being upgraded. The city

council has started work

to improve the drainage

network for the park

and some surrounding

properties. Contractors

will renew the sports field

irrigation, cricket wicket

block and re-level the playing

surface. There have been

significant drainage issues at

the park which impacted on

the ability to use the grounds

over winter.

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Saturday to help stabilise the

banks of Lake Forsyth. A

community planting day was

held at 92 Western Valley

Rd, Little River, as part of the

Wairewa Bank Stabilisation

Project. It aims to prevent

erosion and restrict sediment

loss into the lake to stop the

potentially toxic blue-green

algae from spreading further.

Templeton focuses on climate change

• By Jess Gibson

CLIMATE CHANGE will

remain at the top of Sara

Templeton’s priority list during

her next three years at the city

council table.

She was re-elected as the

Heathcote Ward councillor for

a second term with 5092 votes

on Saturday, beating contender

Darrell Latham

by 2090 votes.

Cr Templeton

said she aims

to work with

communities

in the ward

to develop

strategies to help

Darrell

Latham

manage and

adapt to climate

change.

“It’s going to

take all of us working together to

be able to have an impact,” she

said.

The “eco-village” model being

used at Redcliffs is an initiative

she wants to help develop in

other areas.

“It’s cumulative, small impacts

that help make a large impact,

and when we act together, we

make a real difference. Collective

action is also the antidote to the

despair that some feel about the

climate crisis,” she said.

“We do need some larger-scale

systemic changes, however,

GREEN: Sara

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10km to work.

PHOTO:GEOFF SLOAN

such as in our transport

system to make it easy for

people to make climate-friendly

choices.”

She hopes to have a “huge

conversation” with communities

about dealing with the potential

impacts of rising sea levels,

storms and flooding events.

“The coastal hazards section

of our District Plan needs to

be in place next year, so we

need to get started on that really

soon.”

Cr Templeton cycles 10km to

work most days or takes the bus.

She said she is a vegetarian, has

almost completely cut out dairy,

and is attempting to go for a year

without buying new clothes or

shoes.

She says she recycles and uses a

keep cup for her takeaway coffee.

During the last term, Cr

Templeton helped with a list of

projects across the city and in

Heathcote, including the opening

of Matuku Tokotoko: Sumner

Centre and the reopening of

Sumner Rd.

She believes a “relentlessly

positive” campaign and her hard

work as a councillor allowed her

to hold the seat.

While her opponent Mr

Latham did not get onto the

city council, he was “absolutely

delighted” to be re-elected to

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board with 4586

votes, alongside Tim Lindley

with 4818.

Gail Woods lost out on a board

seat with 2403 votes.

Mr Latham said it was “tough”

running for the city council

against an incumbent and

congratulated Cr Templeton.

Tim Lindley was also re-elected

to the Heathcote community

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Community board gets new faces

• By Jess Gibson

FOUR NEW faces have been

elected to the Banks Peninsula.

Community Board.

Reuben Davidson, Jamie

Stewart, Nigel Harrison and

Howard Needham will serve on

board for the next three years.

They will join returning

members Tori Peden, Tyrone

Fields and incumbent Banks

Peninsula councillor Andrew

Turner, who has been re-elected

for a third

term.

Due to a lack

of candidates

a by-election

will be held

next year for

one of tow

Mt Herbert

community

Andrew Turner subdivision

seats.

The results are still subject

to change, as special votes are

being counted and are set to be

released tomorrow.

Former community board

chairwoman Pam Richardson

and members Felix Dawson,

John McLister, Jed O’Donoghue

and Janis Haley chose not to

stand.

Low pay was cited as one of the

reasons why members opted not

Clockwise – Reuben Davidson, Tori Peden, Jamie Stewart,

Tyrone Fields, Nigel Harrison and Howard Needham were

named as members of the Banks Peninsula Community

Board on Saturday.

to return.

As the current remuneration

model is set by population,

community boards with bigger

populations get higher pay.

As it stands, new board

members are set to receive $9864

and the chairperson $19,729.

In comparison, members of

the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board will receive

$24,580 and their chair $49,160.

However, that may change

when the newly-elected city

council decides on the allocation

of a $1.843,200 governance pool.

Mr Needham was elected to

one of the board’s Mt Herbert

community subdivision seats

unopposed.

Banks Peninsula

Community Board

•Lyttelton community

subdivision – Tyrone

Fields (736), Reuben

Davidson (644)

•Wairewa community

subdivision – Tori Peden

(200)

•Akaroa subdivision –

Jamie Stewart (621),

Nigel Harrison (522)

•Mt Herbert subdivision

– Howard Needam

(elected unopposed)

Mr Needham, who lives

in Charteris Bay and has an

internet sales business, also ran

for the Banks Peninsula council

seat against Cr Turner but was

unsuccessful.

Ms Peden will return to the

board as the only female, after

claiming the single Wairewa

community subdivision seat

against Marcus Puentener.

Mr Fields and Mr Davidson,

who both ran their campaigns

under Labour-aligned

The People’s Choice, won

the Lyttelton community

subdivision seats.

Newcomer Mr Davidson is

a Lyttelton resident and works

in the television industry,

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He said he wants to “get to

work” straight away and tackle

some of Lyttelton’s pressing

issues, including a sense of

disconnect between residents

and the city council.

“I will be making sure voices

are heard and needs are met.”

Two Akaroa subdivision seats

have been filled by Mr Stewart

and Mr Harrison.

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Veteran beach track user fears for safety

• By Jess Gibson

WHEN Malcolm Pearson

fancies a swim, he heads to

Paradise Beach.

The 89-year-old ex-merchant

navy captain has been utilising

the coastal area since he moved

to Charteris Bay with his wife,

Dawn, 30 years ago.

But for the past few years,

problems with accessibility have

been putting his safety at risk.

The track was damaged in the

February 22, 2011, earthquake, but

has got worse since.

The current stairway is narrow,

steep and subject to heavy

stormwater run-off in significant

weather events.

Mr Pearson said there was

once a handrail he could use to

get up and down the staircase,

but now he relies on tree

branches to steady himself.

“I’ve got to hold onto twigs to

get up – I could have a slip,” he

said.

“When you get near the top,

there’s a big step and there’s

nothing to hold onto to find your

way up there.

“It’s a lovely beach for families

to use, but they could improve

access a lot more.”

He said it would be nice if the

access had been improved before

November, in case he wanted to

swim on his 90th birthday.

RISKY: Ex-merchant navy captain Malcolm Pearson, 89, has been walking to Paradise Beach for

30 years, but now fears he could slip on the unsafe track to the shore.

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The path is set to be upgraded

as part of the city council’s Head

to Head Walkway plan.

A small section from Marine

Drive at Paradise Beach to

the Charteris Bay Yacht Club

was signed off by the Banks

Peninsula Community Board in

August. However, city council

acting head of parks Wolfgang

Bopp said staff are unable to

determine a completion date at

this stage.

“Design resource has yet to be

allocated, and operational staff

will work with neighbouring

property owners regarding

design details,” he said.

“Construction will begin once

the design has been finalised

after consultation with adjacent

We’re drinking

‘I’ve got to hold onto

twigs to get up – I could

have a slip’

– Malcolm Pearson

landowners.”

In the meantime, Charteris

Bay Residents’ Association

secretary Bill Studholme said the

problem is getting “worse and

worse.

“It’s bloody dangerous. I’m

concerned

about mothers

and their

children.

“Let’s be

realistic, it’s

going to be over

10 years before

the walkway

is finished.

The interim

arrangement

Bill

Studholme

should be to tidy up what we’ve

got.”

Mr Studholme said there is

also a lack of parking which

he hopes to raise with the city

council.

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TRIPS ACROSS Lyttelton

Harbour could become a

lot more environmentallyfriendly.

Black Cat Cruises, which

has been operating the

Diamond Harbour Ferry

service since 2000, is looking

at buying a battery/

electric vessel.

A detailed feasibility

study is planned for completion

by early next year

and if everything goes to

plan, a full battery electric

ferry could be sailing

between Lyttelton and

Diamond Harbour early in

2021.

The city council will

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The Crown agency, the

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•From page 1

Fulton Hogan declined to

comment.

Ms Ellis said the smaller

rocks found along the

beach can remain as they

are natural within the

coastal environment and its

tidal cycles.

But Dr McIntosh said the

fact the rocks were natural

was “completely irrelevant.”

THe Coastal Pathway,

which will connect

Ferrymead to Scarborough

along the coastline, is set

to be completed before the

end of the month.

THe project required

city council contractors

Fulton Hogan to remove

sand as it was unsuitable to

build on, which uncovered

the rocks.

THe debris extends for

about 500m along the

beach adjacent to the

seawall and there is a

section about 30m long

near Shag Rock.

THere are concerns that

the small, gravel-like rocks

will ruin the amenity of a

sandy beach, as they would

make it difficult for people

to sit down or walk on it in

bare feet.

Environment

Canterbury’s Banks

Peninsula zone delivery

leader Gillian Jenkins said

the beach is expected to

return to its previous state

as there is no ongoing

source of rock.

“THe time frame for this

to happen in is uncertain

as it will be dependent on

weather and sea conditions.”

But Dr McIntosh said

she is not convinced the

beach will return to its

natural state within a

NEW

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for trips across

Lyttelton

Harbour.

Electric ferry plan for

Diamond Harbour route

has said it will contribute

$200,000 towards the

project.

Black Cat Cruises chief

executive Paul Milligan

said the service is growing

in popularity and a larger

vessel is needed.

“The company is always

looking for ways to

minimise their impact on

the environment and it’s

excited about investigating

the possibility of an electric

ferry.”

“The relatively short trip

times of the Diamond Harbour

ferry service and the

access to charging at the

Lyttelton Port end make it

the ideal ferry to further

develop and test marine

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he said.

“A fully electric, zero

exhaust emission vessel

would not only be good for

the environment through

the reduction in greenhouse

gas emissions, but

also reduced engine noise

for the marine mammals in

the harbour.”

Early investigations suggest

that using two 250kW

electric motors would reduce

greenhouse emissions

from the ferry by about 344

tonnes per year.

City council resource

efficiency manager Kevin

Crutchley said the project

aligns well with the city

council’s goals of reducing

greenhouse gas emissions

and air pollution from

Christchurch’s transport.

He said battery/electric

vessels are a new, innovative

technology in New

Zealand.

“Having a zero exhaust

emission ferry operating

on Lyttelton Harbour will

demonstrate this exciting

new technology to both the

public and to the marine

industry.”

Call to clean-up beach

SPOIL: Rock debris extends for about 500m along

Clifton Beach adjacent to the seawall.

reasonable time frame.

THe association plans to

take the issue to the newlyelected

Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community

Board.

“I sense they will certainly

have a strong view on this,”

Dr McIntosh said.

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GENERATIONS: Benjamin Imrie sits with father, Grant Imrie and

grandfather, Bruce Imrie, as they reflect on the life of Maureen

Imrie near Shag Rock, where she died in 2017. ​

Family gathers at stone seat

• By Jess Gibson

MORE THAN 50 family and

friends of a woman who died near

Shag Rock in 2017 gathered at a

new stone seat to remember her.

Mt Pleasant resident Maureen

Imrie died when the car driven

by her husband Bruce crashed

through a barrier on Main Rd,

Sumner, and into the sea.

For the next two years after the

crash, Mr Imrie, 81, worked with

the city council to have the seat

installed for his wife, who he was

with for 58 years.

He said the meet-up, which was

held last Sunday, gave him closure.

“I feel relaxed now that it’s done,

I’m more than relaxed,” he said.

He was “very pleased” that people

from across the city, as well

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Mr Imrie said the event even

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his own who he had not seen in

almost 60 years.

“I really appreciated everyone

coming,” he said.

After the gathering near

Shag Rock, the event moved

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Slow start and limited success

FROM WHAT I can gather

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must be a whole lot time spent

doubting your abilities.

Whenever a friend’s child of an

age with Vittoria does some new

thing – talking, toileting, that sort

of thing – I tend to think along

the lines as to whether I should’ve

been doing more to get bubs to

match. Sounds dumb right?

Getting her back into sleeping

in her own bed and transitioning

her to using a potty are my

current goals. The thought that

out there, people I know go

through whole nights without

being woken up by a toddler

rolling onto their head and

snoring in their ears spurs on the

first goal.

Hearing about the elaborate

toilet training schemes of others

drives the second.

Because, lets be real, unless

you’ve done it before, how on

Earth do you train someone to

use the toilet?

The bed thing is pretty self

explanatory, it just takes sufficient

resolve and she’s been happy in

her own bed (in our room still)

for the last couple of nights.

The potty thing? I’m not so

sure. I tried slowly introducing

a potty by getting her to sit on it

before changing her clothes and

it worked amazingly. Once.

She successfully used it on

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the first go, but the experience

traumatised her somehow, it was

actually an incredibly civilised

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four days I’ve only just bribed her

enough to sit on it again. But only

with pants her on.

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I’d taken her to Latimer Square

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Right after learning the basics

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“sword sounds” – she stopped,

turned, and rushed off to throw

a stray piece of paper in a nearby

bin.

But one was not enough, she

ran about cleaning up all rubbish

in a wide swathe of the square.

Even two coffee cups at once.

So, chalk that up to

gold-standard parenting and

one-step (sit?) at a time on the

other stuff.

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• By Jess Gibson

RENOWNED McCormacks

Bay sculptor Llew Summers,

who died on August 1, lives on

through his artwork which is

displayed in public spaces across

the city.

Now, his son Danny Summers,

48, will help carry on his father’s

legacy in an installation of work

that is a departure from his usual

style.

Stone hearts which pay tribute

to Llew will be on display at Teddington’s

Loudon Farm during

the largest sculpture exhibition

in the South Island – Sculpture

on the Peninsula – which will be

held on November 8 to 10.

Danny started “playing

around” with sculpting using

copper when he was 25.

When his father fell sick about

a year before he died, he told

Danny to “pull his finger out”

and start working with stone.

After Llew handed over his

equipment, Danny began cutting,

grinding and polishing

stone.

Soon after, Danny said to his

father, “I’m going to make love

hearts for you.”

“Of course he had to put his

two cents worth in when he saw

them. He told me how to polish

them properly.”

Danny feels his father has left

him a legacy.

“I will never be as good as him

but then I’m different. I guess it’s

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not that my work is not as good.

It’s just different.”

Danny lives in Oxford and

works on Loudon Farm three

days a week, doing maintenance

and all creative landscaping

around the farm.

“I have worked there for 18

years and lived on-site for 10

years. On my days

off I am carving,” he said.

“I used to work with timber,

making tall skinny figures, the

opposite of my father’s voluptuous,

cuddly figures.”

Danny’s Stone Hearts will be

available for sale at the art exhibition

on Loudon Farm, Banks

Peninsula.

•For information visit www.

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Son follows in father’s footsteps with sculptures

TRIBUTE: Sculptor Danny Summers has installed his stone

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Akaroa’s FrenchFest draws in the crowds

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“OUI OUI!” – Akaroa’s

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About 10,000 people turned

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Residents, Cantabrians, visitors

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and even international travellers

got in on the action over

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The event kicked off with a

traditional Maori powhiri on

Friday before the waterfront

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and music.

On Saturday morning, a theatrical

history re-enactment of

The Landing unfolded on the

main beach.

Market day saw Frenchinspired

stalls, games, food,

entertainment and live music

all day.

On Sunday, a Circotica

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for the children and a circus

performance closed the

festival.

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Wednesday October 16 2019

Redcliffs Lawn Bowls

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Tuesday 10.30-11.30.am, Friday,

5-6.30pm.​, Sunday 9.30-10.30am

Free lawn bowls coaching has

started and is open to anyone

over the age of 10. Bowls equipment

is provided and soled shoes

are required. From the first

Wednesday of November, after

work ladies sessions will begin.

For more information, contact

redcliffsbowls@xtra.co.nz or visit

www.redcliffsbowls.co.nz.

Mt Pleasant Bowling club,

9 James St

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

JP Clinics

Tomorrow, 11am-12.30pm, at

Little River, and Saturday, 10amnoon,

at Sumner

A justice of the peace will be

Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

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

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

Diamond Harbour Bowling

Club - have-a-go day

Next Thursday, 5-7pm

Never tried bowls? It’s not

just for oldies! Go down to the

have-a-go day to learn a new

sport, meet new friends, enjoy

a sausage sizzle and maybe

even win a prize. You will be

assured of a warm welcome and

bringing family and friends is

encouraged. The event will be led

by Bowls Canterbury Development’s

Emily Robbins.

For more information, ring

Emily on 351 2070 or Russell on

329 4066

20a Purau Ave, Diamond Harbour

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Friday, 7-8.30pm

This is a gentle exercise for

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Trace of Presence Exhibition

Friday, Saturday and Sunday,

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Intriguing new ceramics by Jane

McCulla are on show in the main

gallery at historic Stoddart Cottage

in Diamond Harbour throughout

October. Free entry. Pieces are

inspired by evidence of transient

human presence in remote landscapes.

Handmade ceramics make

lovely gifts. Commission from

sales to Stoddart Cottage Trust for

heritage activities.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery, 2a

Waipapa Ave, Diamond Harbour

Mt Pleasant Art & 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

Shoreline Toastmasters

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Indoor Bowls at Tui Club

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Soft-soled shoes should be worn.

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Technology Help Sessions

Monday, 2-3pm

If you need help using your

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Mt Pleasant Walking Group

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car-pooling with shared costs.

Phone Judy on 384 1269.

Various locations

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-noon, at Lyttelton

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Tasty Bites

Moving veges to centre stage

No longer the side dishes, the back-up dancers or the understudies, vegetables

have earned their place front and centre on the plate as this pizza shows

Broccoli margherita pizzas

Serves 4

Ingredients

1 x quantity broccoli dough (see

following basic recipe)

⅔ cup (50g) finely grated

parmesan

300g cherry tomatoes, torn in

half and squeezed to remove the

seeds

¼ cup (4g) oregano leaves

Extra virgin olive oil, for

drizzling

2 x 125g fresh mozzarella balls,

torn

Basil leaves, to serve

Finely grated parmesan, plus

extra to serve (optional)

Directions

Preheat oven to 200 deg C.

Line 2cm x 30cm round oven

trays with non-stick baking

paper.

Divide the dough in half and

press on to each tray to make

2cm x 28cm round pizza bases.

Bake for 20min or until firm and

slightly golden.

Sprinkle the bases with

parmesan and top with the

tomatoes and oregano.

Drizzle with a little oil.

Return the pizzas to the oven

and bake for a further 20min or

until golden.

Top warm pizzas with the

mozzarella and sprinkle with

basil and extra parmesan to

serve.

Cook’s notes: You can add

your favourite toppings to this

pizza.

Just avoid anything that might

make the broccoli base turn soft

(such as tomato puree).

It’s best to stick to fresh

tomatoes with the seeds and

some of the juice squeezed out.

Try sprinkling over preroasted

pumpkin, eggplant

(aubergine) or zucchini

(courgette).

To have these pizza bases on

standby for busy days, bake

them for the first 20min, then

cool, wrap and freeze for later

use.

Broccoli dough

Ingredients

600g broccoli florets (about two

heads), roughly chopped (see

cook’s notes)

¾ cup (90g) almond meal

(ground almonds)

½ cup (25g) finely grated

Parmesan

3 eggs

Sea salt and cracked black

pepper

Directions

In small batches, place

the broccoli in a food

processor and process until

finely chopped. Transfer to a

large bowl.

Add the almond meal,

parmesan, eggs, salt and pepper

to the broccoli and mix well to

combine.

Makes one quantity.

Cook’s notes: It’s best if you

don’t add too much of the

broccoli stem to this dough.

A floret with roughly 6-8cm of

stem is great.

Adding extra can make the

dough watery.

You can swap half, or all, of

the broccoli for cauliflower if

you prefer.

Again, just don’t use too much

of the stem.

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In addition to those previously advertised, triennial elections of the Reserve

Management Committees of the Banks Peninsula Community Board will

be held as follows. You are welcome to come along and vote, or put your

hand up as a candidate. Please contact Amy Hart, Support Officer, with any

questions at amy.hart@ccc.govt.nz.

• Okains Bay Reserve Management Committee – Tuesday 22 October, 6pm,

Okains Bay Community Hall, Okains Bay Road, Okains Bay

• Cass Bay Reserves Management Committee – Wednesday 30 October,

7.30pm, Ward Room, Steadfast, Governors Bay Road, Cass Bay

• Duvauchelle Reserve Management Committee –

Monday 18 November, 5.30pm, Duvauchelle Community Centre,

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mitre 10 mega ferrymead

lend a helping hand

On Wednesday 18th September, the Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead

team lent a helping hand to the Landsdowne terrace Playcentre

Landsdowne Terrace Playcentre reached out to Mitre 10

MEGA Ferrymead through the Helping Hands initiative,

asking for assistance in installing a slide and landscaping

the surrounding area. The playcentre currently operates out

of the Landsdowne Community Hall. They had architectural

plans all ready to go – they just needed the materials and the

muscle. That’s where Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead came in.

After one site visit and a few meetings, a finalised design and

materials list was established. On the 18th September, Mitre

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The day began with a team meeting

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line was used to mark out the landing

of the slide. The landing is a 9m2 softfall

bark pad edged with Macrocarpa.

The timber was cut to shape and then

the digging began – lots of digging.

The cavity was 350mm deep plus two

800mm holes for the anchors of the

slide. These were cemented in place then

filled with stone chip and a filter cloth to

create a drainage layer. A massive thanks

to Canterbury Landscape Supplies for

providing three cubic metres of soft-fall

proudly supported by:

bark which was added to complete the landing pad!

Landscaping the surrounding area consisted of smoothing

the hill slope with soil, fitting feature boulders, planting some

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amazing! The small hill was completely transformed into an

awesome play space for the children! The team hope the kids

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The team with big smiles after completing a very cool project!

It was a pretty big day and the Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead team worked

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AFtEr

David ensuring the slide is fit for purpose.

Daniel on the power tools making sure

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An evening sunset over the new play space.

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