Bay Harbour: November 06, 2019

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Sir Ed’s mate recounts Ganges trip for film

ADVENTURES: Redcliffs resident Jim Wilson accompanied Sir Edmund Hillary on some of his most well known expeditions.

Jim Wilson, one of Sir Edmund

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It was in a Dunedin flat over a

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Mr Wilson met Sir Ed in 1962.

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• By Jess Gibson

RESIDENTS ARE frustrated they

will have to wait until the end of

December to use the Moncks Bay

tram shelter.

City council transport

operations manager Steffan

Thomas told Bay Harbour News

in April the 85-year-old shelter on

Main Rd was likely to be repaired

and re-opened before the end of

September.

However, he now says further

design work on the maintenance

and strengthening of the shelter

is required, which will then need

to be signed off by the city council

heritage team.

In January, the Redcliffs

Residents Association was

critical of the progress made on

the shelter after the city council

closed it the month before due to

earthquake vulnerability.

Now association chairwoman

Christine Toner says she is “very

disappointed” city council staff

did not keep their word to have it

finished by September.

She said the association was not

told about the delay.

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GREAT MEMORIES today from Jim

Wilson (see page 1) of his time with Sir

Edmund Hillary.

Jim, shares some top yarns with reporter

Sophie Cornish which coincides with the

just released movie Hillary: Ocean to Sky.

Jim, a mountaineer himself, recalls being in a Dunedin flat

when he met Sir Ed.

“I can remember our mutual friend, Michael, brought him to

our flat in Dunedin and forever after he (Sir Ed) always claimed

we fed him a whole sack of potatoes and a whole side of mutton,

but he was exaggerating, it was only a quarter of mutton.

“We were hugely in awe of Ed, but he just immediately put us

at ease. He was a lovely, friendly man.”

It sums them all up, really.

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Police after man with bow and arrow

Reports of a man with a bow and arrow on the Port Hills may be

linked to a lamb being fatally shot with a crossbow bolt.

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Peden to head community board

• By Jess Gibson

TORI PEDEN has been sworn

in as the new chairwoman of the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board.

The Little River resident of 18

years is “nervous and excited”

to take on a range of projects

coming up over the next three

years.

The main issue she wants to

push hard for is establishing a

destination management plan

that ensures communities are

looked after during tourism

seasons.

Ms Peden was elected to the

position during an inaugural

meeting on Monday, with

Tyrone Fields re-elected to serve

as deputy chairman for another

term.

She will fill the shoes of former

chairwoman Pam Richardson,

who retired from the position

last term along with four other

board members.

Ms Peden is one of three to

return to the community board,

along with Mr Fields and Deputy

Mayor and city councillor

Andrew Turner.

She believes continuity and

experience helped secure her

spot as chairwoman over

newcomers Howard Needham,

Jamie Stewart and Nigel

Harrison. She said she is excited

to learn the dynamics of the new

community board.

“New personalities come on

board and also new strengths,

which we are looking forward to

working with,” she said.

The community board

had three women last term

but now Ms Peden is the only

female representing Banks

Peninsula.

However, she said having

three women in the “fantastic”

governance team will help to

balance it out.

The Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

also has its inaugural meeting on

Monday.

Sally Buck has been

unanimously re-elected as

chairwoman and Alexandra

Davids will take on the role of

deputy chairwoman for the first

time.

Governors Bay jetty likely to sell today for $1

• By Jess Gibson

THE GOVERNORS Bay Jetty is

scheduled to be sold today for $1.

The historic, 300m wooden

structure has been closed since

2011 after a post-earthquake

inspection found it to be unsafe.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: What do you make of the newly-elected chair and deputy chairs? Email your

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FRESH: (From left) – Banks Peninsula Community Board

members Howard Needham, Reuben Davidson, deputy

chairman Tyrone Fields, Nigel Harrison, Jamie Stewart, Deputy

Mayor and city councillor Andrew Turner and chairwoman Tori

Peden had their inaugural meeting on Monday.

PHOTO: NEIL MACBETH

Now the Governors Bay Jetty

Restoration Trust is buying it

from the city council to enact an

agreement and take ownership of

the jetty so it can start its repair

project.

Deputy Mayor and city councillor

Andrew Turner will be at

the jetty today to officiate the sale

during a ceremony set to be held

at 11am.

Due to the deteriorated state of

the piles, the sub-structure needs

replacing.

The trust will raise the deck

height by 1m to allow for

sea-level rise caused by climate

change.

Over the years, money to

rebuild the jetty has been raised

by the community in many

ways – including music festivals,

calendar sales, art sales and

Christmas gift packs.

In Brief

RESCUES DURING TRAINING

Twelve rescues were made by

lifeguards from the Sumner Surf

Life Saving Club on Sunday.

Three of the rescues were made

during a lifeguard course, where

25 new members were being

trained for the season to gain

their lifeguard award. Nine

rescues were then made by

lifeguards who were in inflatable

rescue boats training to complete

their IRB driver award.

MILITARY EXERCISE

The New Zealand Defence Force

will be conducting an exercise in

the Port Hills from Tuesday to

Friday next week. The exercise

will involve up to 120 personnel

from Burnham Military Camp. It

will start at Halswell Quarry with

overnight stops at Mt Vernon,

Taylors Mistake and Godley Head

and will finish at Sumnervale

Reserve. For more information,

phone Major Aaron Williamson

on 021 920 375.

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Man with bow and arrow

sought after lamb shot

• By Jess Gibson

POLICE WANT to know

whether reports of a man

seen carrying a bow and

arrow on the Port Hills

are linked to an incident

involving a lamb being shot

with a crossbow bolt.

Two people were driving

on Summit Rd near

Godley Head Park when

they found a lamb with an

arrow through the front of

its body on October 23 – it

was euthanised the following

day.

Following the incident,

the SPCA launched an

investigation and has since

received a call from someone

who has seen a man

in the area carrying a bow

and arrow.

An SPCA spokeswoman

said the caller reported

having seen the man on “a

couple of occasions,” most

recently at the beginning of

September.

The SPCA’s inspectorate

alerted police to the complaints.

Said Senior Sergeant Roy

Appley: “The police are

very concerned about this

sort of activity and if the

‘The police are very

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sort of activity’

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two are linked we would

want to know about it immediately.”

He said if anyone has any

knowledge of the incident

or sees any person carrying

a bow and arrow in the

vicinity of the Port Hills, to

phone police straight away.

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“We would treat the

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‘It was the highlight of our lives’

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•From page 1

“But he was exaggerating, it

was only a quarter of mutton,”

Mr Wilson said.

“We were hugely in awe of Ed,

but he just immediately put us

at ease. He was a lovely, friendly

man. We were mountaineers and

he was the first mountaineer who

had made the first ascent of Everest

(1953). He was very famous.”

The very next year the pair,

who soon became close friends,

embarked on their first expedition

together to Nepal – Sir Ed’s

schoolhouse expedition.

“He would persuade young

mountaineers to come with him

to Nepal. Well, he didn’t persuade

us, he invited us and we would

leap at the chance.”

The movie, starring both Mr

Wilson and Sir Ed, showcases

and recounts their most dangerous

expedition, navigating the

length of the Ganges, a 2500km

river which flows through India

and Bangladesh, then climbing a

peak above the river’s headwaters.

But it’s not the first time

film-maker Michael Dillion has

explored the subject. In 1979,

Dillion released From the Ocean

to the Sky, based on the experiences

he and the crew had in

1977 during Sir Ed’s Ocean to

Sky expedition.

The re-made film weaves in the

original footage, while the men

still alive from the expedition,

now in their 60s, 70s and 80s,

recount the events.

When approached by Dillion

about the re-make, Mr Wilson,

now 82, admits he thought Dillion

was crazy.

“He interviewed all us survivors,

I thought it was a crazy idea.

We old folk can hardly remember

our names, let alone what happened

43 years ago. But when

prompted, I could remember

virtually everything. It was the

highlight of our lives, with Ed,

driving jet boats up this sacred

river in India,” Mr Wilson said.

With barely any training, Sir

Ed took Mr Wilson as one of the

HIGHLIGHTS: Jim Wilson

(driving boat above) on

the Ganges River with

expedition members

including Sir Edmund

Hillary. (Left) – Mr Wilson

and Sir Ed at a ceremony

to recognise the deaths

of Sir Ed’s wife and

daughter who were

killed in a plane crash.

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jet boat drivers for the trip.

“Only Ed would decide it was a

good idea to take a novice jet boat

driver. Ed liked to have some of

his mates along, rather than just

experts. Despite the fact nine

years before I had sunk a boat

of his in Nepal, he still chose me

again. He was very loyal.”

Nine years earlier Mr Wilson

had misread a wave and drove

one of Sir Ed’s jet boats into the

river bed, causing it to overturn.

“That halved the fleet and put

the whole expedition at risk.

Feeling very sheepish, I crawled

up the riverbank and went to

apologise to Ed and all he said

was: ‘C’est la vie.’ Not a word of

incrimination.”

The movie also features scenes

of Sir Ed visiting the crash site

where his wife Louise and daughter

Belinda were killed in a plane

crash near Kathmandu in 1975.

Sir Ed blamed himself for the

disaster.

Mr Wilson has lived in

Redcliffs for 54 years with his

wife Ann. He is now retired and

spends his time with his grandchildren,

playing tennis and

e-biking. “It’s a wonderful period

of life,” he said.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: What do

you think about the progress

on the Moncks Bay tram

shelter? Email your views to

jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi

Long wait for

Moncks Bay

shelter repairs

•From page 1

Said Ms Toner: “We would

like it to be given priority. It’s a

precious piece of equipment and

one of the few historic treasures

we have left on the waterfront.

Said Linwood-

Central-Heathcote

Community Board

member Darrell

Latham: “It is

desirable that the

public is kept in

the loop when the

tram shelter is due

for opening.

Christine

Toner

“If for whatever reason there is

a change of time line, it is much

better to keep them informed.”

Meanwhile, there are concerns

a 97-year-old tram shelter in

Sumner has become a safety

hazard. City council staff will

consult with the community

board and other interested

parties on whether to remove or

repair the structure at the corner

of Main Rd and Nayland St.

Depending on which option is

chosen, funding for work would

need to be requested in the next

Long Term Plan.

Sculpture on

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Wednesday November 6 2019

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Environmental

award for

Black Cat Cruises

BLACK CAT Cruises has scooped

a new award for its focus on the

environment.

The Akaroa and Lyttelton based

business received the newly-introduced

award for Conservation

from the Department of Conservation

at the annual New Zealand

Tourism Awards.

DOC director-general Lou

Sanson said Black Cat has been

“leading the way for conservationfocused

tourism activities in

Akaroa and Lyttelton Harbour for

34 years.”

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SCULPTOR Christine Davey was

born and raised in Governors

Bay and has always loved its

prominent birdlife.

That love has inspired a display

of ceramic birds titled Feathers

in Focus which will be exhibited

alongside photographs at Stoddart

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“The metallic results are unpredictable

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for perfection.”

One of her raku pieces was

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Davey is a former member of

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Ceramic birds on display

and current member of Halswell

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She helped establish a small

pottery group in Governor’s Bay

which has been running for 20

years.

Davey has entered several exhibitions

and has many pieces in

private collections, including the

Peninsula Art Auction 2019.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery at 2

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of well-known Canterbury

impressionist Margaret Stoddart.

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ecological emergency, we all

need to reduce the extent of

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of “natural powered” recreation.

We will also need to reduce

activities which adversely impact

on the environment and ecosystems

in other ways.

These actions will also give

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Your Local Views

Answering your questions about boating safety

Navigational safety officer

Gary Manch responds to

readers’ feedback and

offers up some safety

advice

IN MY LAST article, I asked for

feedback about boating and it

was great to hear from you.

One question was sent

in on the identification of

vessels under the operating

requirements of the Navigation

Safety Bylaw 2016, relating to

belonging to a sporting body as

approved by the harbourmaster.

The sporting clubs are listed on

the Environment Canterbury

website as required by the bylaw.

It’s probably appropriate at this

stage to remind you that your

boat does require identification,

as per the bylaw.

For those of you with

Pirate’s Corner

powerboats on a trailer,

including jet skis, you will

require the registration number

of your trailer on either side of

the vessel above the waterline

visible to the naked eye from

50m away and the size of the

lettering must be at least 90mm

high. See clause 20 of the

Navigation Safety Bylaw 2016 for

more specific details or email me

with your questions.

Another reader found the title

of my column offensive due to its

name ‘Pirate’s Corner’ because

pirates are not very nice people

A postcard quality day out

YOU REALLY have to love

spring in Christchurch.

Beyond the fact it’s such a

relief to see the colour green

after weeks of living under

the world’s biggest summer’s

“coming soon” sign, that is

Christchurch, there is a lot more

to do in the city.

On Monday, Laura and I

took advantage of the perfect

sunshine and temperature to

take Vittoria to the Big Band

Picnic in Victoria Square.

We had taken her last year and

the music moved her before she

could even walk. She held herself

up on her pram and started, for

want of a better word, twerking.

So we were confident she

would enjoy it and were not

disappointed.

There were so many jazz hands

and sways being thrown about

from Vittoria that Laura and I

could eat an entire pizza without

fending off the hungering

mouth.

Possibly the fact that it was

a mushroom pizza may have

helped, but I doubt it.

Her dance moves and obvious

enjoyment were super cute.

The music and the atmosphere

even stopped her running off, in

spite of her normal tendencies,

whenever we want to sit down

and relax in a public area.

The only thing that distracted

her from the music for any

length of time were a couple of

dogs, her new favourite animal.

To celebrate how well it was all

going, we decided to take part

in a century-old Christchurch

tradition and get a treat from Ice

Cream Charlie.

So far we’d managed to

tick off two big ticket items from

the list of stuff to do in the city

VITTORIA

& Matt

IN SYNC:

Vittoria

busting out

the moves at

the Big Band

Picnic.

when it’s sunny. To round out

the day we made the daring

call to skip Vittoria’s afternoon

nap and head to the Sign of the

Takahe to get the trifecta. And

a coffee. Fortunately the gamble

paid off and the wee trooper

held her own on all of 10

minutes of pram-sleep, lasting

through the coffees and even a

walk up to the nearby lookout.

•Former Bay Harbour

News journalist Matt

Salmons has become a

stay-at-home dad. We

follow his journey weekly.

If you have a boating

question, email

gary.manch@ecan.govt.nz

and cause all sorts of mayhem

and harm.

So where do I go with this?

Do we change the name of the

column or keep it as it is? When

I named the column, I was

looking for a light-hearted title

that would draw attention, and

to be honest, I have never heard

of a pirate giving safety advice

before, so it was intended to be

a bit tongue-in-cheek. However,

please email me if you think

the title should stay the same or

change, I am happy to open it up

to discussion.

Lastly, during November, there

are two nationwide initiatives

from Maritime New Zealand

to promote boating safety –

Water Safety Month and Safer

Boating Week. These promotions

have the full support of ECan’s

harbourmaster’s office. The

purpose of these promotions

is to bring home the fact that

being on or in the water has its

own risks. We want to remind

people to make sure they think

about the risks when boating and

ensure they have the appropriate

safety gear for the task at hand.

This might seem like a simple

message, but sadly we have had

18 recreational boating deaths

this year and we don’t want any

more. So remember: Prepare

your boat, check your gear and

know the rules – get home safe

this summer.

•To view the Navigation

Safety Bylaw 2016,

visit ecan.govt.nz/homesafe.

Why pick Linwood College?

Heathcote Ward

city councillor

Sara Templeton

writes about

the Linwood

College rebuild

and making it the

secondary school of choice

in the area

I WAS APPALLED to hear about

the arson at the Linwood College

site on Aldwins Rd last week.

While there has been no

disruption to classes, the fact

someone would set fire to the

old school will have absolutely

impacted students and staff.

Just a few days before, I had seen

the principal, Dick Edmundson,

speaking at the Future Sumner

meeting about the school, the

students and its plans. The school

is currently operating from at

the old Avonside Girls’ High site,

while Linwood is demolished and

completely rebuilt.

It’s an exciting time and

everyone I talk to is impressed

by the fact it is being designed

by Architectus, the same firm

behind Tūranga. The project is

fully school and ministry-led, not

a public or private partnership,

and the school has also chosen to

take a midway approach between

the old-style classrooms and the

newer, open plan learning spaces.

This will give a familiar feel

to the spaces, but still cater for

modern learning and technology.

Two years ago, after walking

around open nights at various

schools, we enrolled our eldest

child at Linwood. Few parents

from our area made the same

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eyebrows and I have had many

conversations with parents about

how it has gone since then.

It wasn’t easy for her to

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I’m so proud she did. She is

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other as they performed their

NCEA assessment pieces,

some performing in front of an

audience for the first time.

I’m really looking forward

to seeing how Linwood

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Edmundson’s leadership, and

how the rebuild takes shape and

the community around it grows

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Knit ’n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-noon

Take your knitting, crochet or

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enjoy time at knit ‘n’ yarn. Free,

no bookings required.

Lyttelton Library

Redcliffs Lawn Bowls

Coaching

Tuesday 10.30-11.30.am,

Friday, 5-6.30pm.​, Sunday 9.30-

10.30am

Free lawn bowls coaching

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anyone over the age of 10. Bowls

equipment is provided and soled

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Monday, 12.45-3.45pm

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Soft-soled shoes should be worn.

Phone Sue on 389 1849.

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

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A justice of the peace will

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rebates applications. There is no

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Go along and support your local crafts people every second Saturday of the month at the

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Little River Library and

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THERE’S nothing more satisfying than sinking your teeth

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savouring the flavour as it melts in the mouth.

That’s exactly how it is with Finn’s Fudge. It’s exquisite and

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and even more difficult to share!

“Our fudge has a wonderful mix of rich flavour and

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But it is not only the ingredients that are important in

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“Because everything is precisely prepared and carefully hand

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One piece is never enough!

They are also individually wrapped for freshness.”

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What should you expect

from your agent?

Placing your property in the hands of a real estate agent

can be, and in fact should be, a huge decision. Your

property, whether its your family home or an investment

property, is often your number one asset. Consequently

there is a lot at stake so it’s not unreasonable to anguish

over who you should entrust with the responsibility of not

only presenting your home to the market, but who you

feel will provide a high level of service and is most likely

to achieve the best result. Without wanting to focus on

the negative, there’s a lot that can go wrong. The current

post-quake environment is still throwing a few curve

balls in regard to reports, repairs, and the expectations

and demands of insurers. Your agent needs to be well

versed and equipped with the knowledge and skills to

deal with this. Of course buyers also have an expectation

of full disclosure and transparency when it comes to

matters that may affect a decision to purchase. However,

above all, communication is still

the number one expectation of a

vendor/seller relationship. Or more

specifically, a lack of communication

is usually the biggest cause of

complaint. Sometimes things don’t

go quite as planned; some agents will shy away from

delivering bad news, afraid of letting their vendor down or

perhaps not wanting to own up to a mistake. As much as

we want everything to go well when a property is on the

market, sometimes it just doesn’t. Therefore, if you are

in the process of selecting an agent it’s probably a good

question to ask in the early stages, “when and how often

will you communicate with me?” and “What can I expect

from you regarding communication?”

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Wednesday November 6 2019

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Makes 14-15 slices

Ingredients

270g self-raising flour

½ tsp baking soda

1 tsp ground cinnamon

¼ tsp ground cloves

80g butter, melted

140g dark cane sugar

3 large eggs, size 7

1 tsp vanilla extract

450g very ripe bananas, weighed

without skin, mashed (4-5 large

bananas)

Directions

Preheat the oven to 170 deg C

on bake.

Sift the flour, baking soda,

cinnamon and cloves into a large

bowl and stir well to combine.

Set aside.

Put the melted butter, dark

cane sugar, eggs and vanilla

extract into a medium-sized

bowl and beat together for

several minutes on high speed

until thick and creamy.

Reduce the speed and

gradually add the mashed

bananas, beating until well

combined. Make a well in the

centre of the dry ingredients and

stir in the banana mixture a third

at a time, mixing well after each

addition.

Tip into the prepared tin

(either loaf tin or cake tin) and

smooth the top.

Bake until golden brown – it

should be firm to the touch

and a skewer inserted into the

centre should come out clean

(about 50-55 minutes). You may

need to cover the bread with

baking paper for the last 15min

of cooking if it is browning too

much.

Remove from the oven and

cool on a wire rack for about

20min. Slide a knife between

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To serve as a cake, use ice

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Without the icing, the banana

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Cuts into 16-20 slices.

Gnudi with asparagus

Serves 4

Ingredients

400g ricotta

2 eggs

1 egg yolk

120g freshly grated parmesan,

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100g flour

1 tsp salt

freshly ground pepper

semolina flour

2 bunches asparagus, woody

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50g butter

4 sprigs of thyme, marjoram or

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While the water is coming

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2 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 1 kitchen | 1 living/dining room

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Welcome to an absolute winning

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appreciate the north positioned location

capturing the all-day sunshine with

superb views over our Pacific Ocean to the

Kaikoura Mountains and Bay Harbour.

This spacious renovated 110m 2 Belleview

address incorporates all day sunshine and

views which literally take your breath away.

The floor plan offers a variety of options

with open plan living. For the chef of the

family, a lovely new kitchen awaits you!

The layout of the living area captures the

moment our beautiful sun rises from the

ocean and welcomes the day.

Living spaces lead themselves to

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outdoor decking area and landscaped

private grounds of approximately 310m 2 .

Tuck yourself away from the easterly winds.

The home’s inherent warmth is completed

by partial double glazing, a cosy heat pump,

and under tile heating in the bathroom.

The layout comprises two double

bedrooms, the main bedroom is a real

treat and captures ocean views. The second

bedroom overlooks the back yard.

The home’s generous dimensions are

complemented by the established grounds.

The gardens feature a contemporary

scheme that complements the house.

Easy drive on access to the single internal

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space.

Ideal location for professionals, elderly

wanting a smaller home with views.

The exciting Ferrymead shopping

precinct is based at the bottom of the

hill with a multitude of cafes and new

businesses opening.

Outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage

of the walking, running and mountain

biking trails and the proximity to the city.

Mt Pleasant Primary School is a short walk

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Every Day is Open Day

At the heart of our city since the founders laid the

first roads and planted the first trees, St Michael’s

has held dear those early aspirations and visions,

while unleashing our own dreams for a lofty future.

Indeed, for 168 years, St Michael’s has been

educating and nurturing the visionaries and

dreamers who

continue to shape our

city and the world

beyond. For our

young pupils have

limitless potential

to lead exciting and

generous lives, and we

have the responsibility

to educate and inspire

them, to encourage

every child to flourish

in mind, body and

spirit.

St Michael’s is a prep

school for girls and boys in Years

1-8. ‘Prep’ as in preparation for

secondary school, a foundation

for a fine life. For at the heart of St

Michael’s are the essential values of

Christian faith and good citizenship:

respect, integrity, community, faith,

hope and love.

An independent school education

at the primary level is a great gift.

Our classes are small, with year-groups of 20 pupils,

ensuring your child is an individual, well known by

staff and fellow pupils alike.

Traditional foundations in English and Maths are

assured. This academic rigour then underpins

our wider curriculums in History, Geography,

Science and Spanish.

IT literacy is taught,

not assumed, and

computer use is

measured. We like

teaching and talking to

our pupils!

A prep education

offers balance. St

Michael’s cultural and

sports’ programmes

further develop

your child’s

foundation, as

creativity and

problem-solving

come in many

forms. Specialist

art and music

classes are enjoyed

weekly. We have

three choirs,

and most pupils

participate in

instrumental or

speech & drama

lessons with our

ten itinerant staff.

Located in the

heart of the city,

opposite the

new Riverside

Farmers’ Market,

our extended

campus is

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the Art Gallery

and Museum,

Tūranga, our new

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are frequent

haunts.

Many of our parents now work in the thriving city

centre or Lincoln and Riccarton Road hubs, but

they live city-wide. They comment on the benefit of

knowing their children are in school nearby and the

convenience of popping over for an hour to catch a

performance or watch a race. With the new central

exchange only a block away, senior children arrive

by bus from all corners of the city.

You and your child are warmly welcome to discover

our purposeful, wholehearted and inclusive prep

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High comfort levels in Honda CRV

CARS ARE always a great

conversation starter.

The other day a former

work colleague came into the

office meeting up with old

acquaintances. We had a bit of a

chat and he asked me what I had

driven lately, I responded, and

then asked what he was driving.

He answered by saying he was in

a company-supplied sport utility

vehicle but was anxious that it

would be replaced soon with a

sedan. He said he liked the SUV

and felt that a traditional sedan

wouldn’t measure up – literally.

That’s part of the reason why

the SUV market is so buoyant,

they are practical, functional and

mostly car-like to drive, it’s easy

to become attached to that type of

transport.

One of the models that kickstarted

the SUV revolution was

Honda’s CRV, that was around

1996, and since then it has gone

through several life-cycles and

facelifts. The CRV has just been

upgraded and there is now the

choice of a seven-seat version

which will excite the traditional

CRV buyer who has occasionally

craved for extra seats.

The CRV lands here in several

Motoring

Ross Kiddie

variations – starting at $33,990 and

ending at $48,990. Interestingly,

the five-seat S model, as evaluated,

gets a 2-litre, single-camshaft,

naturally-aspirated engine, and

while that’s not unusual in an

SUV, what is surprising is that

it is the only model in the range

that doesn’t get Honda’s new

turbocharged 1.5-litre engine that

has gained quite a reputation in

this part of the market.

As opposed to the four-wheeldrive

system of its stablemates,

the entry-level model is also

front-drive only, yet that would

suit me, I’m not big on off-theseal

travel, and if you treat it with

respect it will provide most of

the fundamentals mid-size SUV

buyers are looking for.

As you would expect from the

Honda manufacturing process, the

CRV is clinical in terms of interior

design, comfort and function. The

trim elements are high grade and

the specification level is high.

The CRV S is rated at 113kW

and 189Nm. Honda also claims

a 7.6-litre per 100km (37mpg)

combined cycle fuel usage rating.

That’s a healthy target and is

indicative of the Honda goal of

reducing fuel use. I saw that as

HONDA CRV: Several engine and driveline options.

a benchmark during my time

with the test car, and instead

of exploring power outputs I

concentrated on trying to meet

that average fuel use figure. I

couldn’t, but I did get close at

8.2l/100km (35mpg) with a

6l/100km (47mpg) figure sitting

at the 100km/h legal limit. The

engine is turning over at just

1800rpm at that speed, which isn’t

working hard, and that contributes

to the thrifty way in which it

operates.

Drive is channelled through a

continuously variable automatic

transmission. It allows the engine

to work at the area of maximum

efficiency, it draws on as much

torque as it can so that the engine

isn’t loaded unnecessarily.

Of course, there are drive modes

which the driver can choose for

each given journey. The default

mode is normal, but eco and sport

modes can be selected at will.

As mentioned, I didn’t explore

sport mode other than a short

highway burst, and it will stimulate

the engine so that it feels peaky

and responsive. The opposite

applies in eco mode, the throttle is

numb and dull; however, if you are

prepared for that, fuel savings in

that mode are generous.

I took the test car west, cruising

the long straight roads between

Coalgate and Dunsandel, the

CRV feels lithe yet involving

from behind the wheel. In S

specification it rides on 235/65

x 17in Good Year tyres and they

help contribute to the strong

steering feel and accurate corner

turn-in.

The CRV sits high at almost

1.7m so there is a bit of

gravitational movement over the

suspension, but as a by-product

of having a four-wheel-drive

• Price – Honda CRV S,

$33,990

• Dimensions – Length,

4596mm; width,

1855mm; height, 1679mm

• Configuration – Fourcylinder,

front-wheeldrive,

1998cc, 113kW,

189Nm, continuously

variable automatic.

• Performance –

0-100km/h, 8.8sec

• Fuel usage – 7.6l/100km

option, even the front-drive CRV

gets a fully independent set-up

underneath, and that has both ride

and handling benefits. Comfort

levels are extraordinarily high,

the suspension willingly absorbs

bumps and ruts, just floating over

uneven surfaces. This is one aspect

that the CRV excels in, it simply

has a magical ride.

Honda has had to work hard

to keep the CRV a desirable

purchase. There’s so much

competition in the mid-size SUV

market, but I’m pleased to report

that it is still a front-runner and

will constantly please those who

relate to all that it represents.

There’s also a model for all

budgets and each has significant

presence. Regular readers will

recall I’m not a big leather trim fan

and the cloth seat covering of the S

model really appeals to me. It’s that

ability to cater for all tastes that

will keep the CRV ticking over the

market for many years to come.


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Consultation on two proposed mātaitai

bylaws for Lyttelton Harbour

Tangata Tiaki/Kaitiakai for the Whakaraupō Mātaitai and the Rāpaki Mātaitai have proposed

bylaws that would; reduce recreational daily limits for a number of local fish and shellfish

species, close two small areas to cockle harvest to allow enhancement to occur, and prohibit

taking seaweed except karengo and wakame (Undaria).

The Whakaraupō Mātaitai and the Rāpaki Mātaitai, between them, cover most of Lyttelton Harbour.

The proposals follow surveys conducted by Te Tiaki Mahinga Kai (a customary research

and monitoring team based at the University of Otago) which indicate risk of decline and

overharvesting in these mātaitai. The bylaws relate only to recreational fishing as commercial

fishing is already prohibited with the mātaitai.

The proposed bylaws may be inspected at the MPI offices, Sir William Pickering Drive,

Christchurch and the Rāpaki Marae Office at 39 Rāpaki Drive, Governor’s Bay.

Or, on the Fisheries New Zealand web site:

www.mpi.govt.nz/fisheries-consultations

You can make submissions on either or both proposed sets of bylaws by emailing

fmsubmissions@mpi.govt.nz

Please put “Mātaitai bylaws proposal” in the subject line of your email.

While we prefer email, you can also post your written submission to:

Manager Inshore Fisheries

Fisheries New Zealand

Private Bag 1926

Dunedin 9054

Submissions open on Friday 1 November 2019 and will close at 5:00pm on

Friday 13 December 2019.

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