Bay Harbour: November 20, 2019

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The book is a smorgasbord of photographic

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Tony Johnson, 90,

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Surf legends feature in new book

environmental articles and their impact on

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Cass Bay

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by boy

racers

• By Jess Gibson

CASS BAY is in the midst of a

mini crime wave.

Mark Fuller was annoyed when

he came home last Sunday to find

his fence had been damaged and

his letterbox smashed in during

early hours of the same morning.

He reported it to police and is

now looking to install security

cameras and sensor lights as he

has had several counts of damage

to his property.

“I don’t how many times we’ve

repaired the fence or how many

letterboxes we’ve been through.”

He said he has noticed an increase

in cars stolen, boats broken

into and vandalism in Cass Bay.

Boy racers are suspected to be

the culprits in some of the crime

as the winding road through Cass

Bay is a popular route for them.

Cass Bay Residents Association

chairwoman Jenny Healey has

lived in the bay for 30 years and

said she has noticed a “significant

difference” between now and

when she moved into the area.

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WRITER, PHOTOGRAPHER, and surfer

Warren Hawke, has come up with another

gem (see page 1).

His latest book NZ SURF: The Collection

Volume II features Sumner surfers from the

1940s until now.

The book has more than 400 photos and follows on from volume

1 which was published two years ago.

Tony Johnson of Redcliffs, a sprightly 90-year-old, features in

the book with good mate Neil Truscott.

They made hollow plywood surfboards in the 1950s and 60s,

under the Dolphin label.

A far cry from the boards of today.

Also on the front page today is a spate of annoying crime in

Cass Bay.

Cars have been broken into, and fences and letterboxes

smashed, the sort of thing that gets right up your nose.

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Call for surfers to wear leg ropes

• By Jess Gibson

SUMNER RESIDENTS say a fad

of surfers not wearing leg ropes

is putting children at risk.

Learn to Surf principal instructor

Aaron Lock said not

wearing a leg rope has become

“in fashion” lately, especially due

to a resurgence of traditional

longboarding.

He said surfers should wear leg

ropes and use their common sense

to be aware of others in the water.

“If it’s busy and crowded on

a Sunday morning then you

should wear a leash but if it’s

mid-week and there are two

other people in the water then do

what you like,” he said.

Marcus Langman posted

on the Sumner Community

Facebook page asking surfers to

wear their leg straps unless the

water is not crowded or they are

competing.

“If you end up hitting a kid

and knocking them out, injuring

their face for life, or even worse,

resulting in a drowning, it’s you

that will have to deal with the

consequences,” the post read.

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from other residents who shared

the same concerns, some who

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Harbour News she was “gutted”

when her 9-year-old son, Ryder

Townshend, paddled in from his

surf at Sumner Beach with a gash

on his head in May.

He had to get eight stitches

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“It was a shame. I can appreciate

that there are amazing surfers

in the area and I understand they

may want the freedom of not

wearing a leg rope. But the reality

is, in a full beach, it’s a safety

issue,” she said.

“There is a time and a place

for leg ropes and the ocean is

for everyone to share. If it’s busy

and there are kids about surfers

should put their leg ropes on.”

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SEA RESCUE

Sumner Lifeboat was called out

by police to assist a small boat

carrying six people at about

11.40am on Friday after it had lost

power between Taylors Mistake

and Sumner. The Blue Arrow

Rescue vessel was launched and

quickly recovered and towed the

boat and passengers to Sumner.

The Taylors Mistake and Sumner

Surf Life Saving clubs supported

the recovery in inflatable rescue

boats.

BRIDGE REPAIR

Maintenance to bridge A63 on

Little Akaloa Rd is due to begin

early next month. The city council

will be replacing the main beam

to avoid weight restrictions on the

bridge. Other work will include repairs

to the damaged handrails and

clearing of debris and vegetation

from the deck. There may be slight

delays to vehicle traffic when the

beam is being installed and a stop

and go system will be in place.

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ANNOYED: Cass Bay resident Mark Fuller came home last Sunday to find

his fence and letterbox had been damaged by vandals during early hours

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Cass Bay crime has

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• From page 1

“I think it’s getting

progressively worse. There

have certainly been a few

incidents in the last few

months and I know residents

are quite concerned,”

she said.

Mrs Healey said there are

concerns some of the crime

may be related to boy racers.

However, Senior Sergeant

Roy Appley said police

have not seen an increase in

reported

crime in

Cass Bay.

“It is

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because

it will help us build a true

picture of what is happening,”

he said.

He said if residents are

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the community and police

to address any concerns.

“We want people to be

able to live in safe, happy

communities. If people

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Vessels ready for harbour event

A LARGE, traditionally carved

Ngāi Tahu waka moored at

Lyttelton’s Te Ana Marina will

soon be joined by a small fleet of

historic vessels.

The waka named

Kōtukumairangi has made its

way over from the banks of the

Ōpara River near Okains Bay,

where it is usually homed, ahead

of the Tuia 250 commemorations

in the harbour on December 6.

During the commemorations,

a flotilla of vessels will enter the

harbour to mark 250 years since

the first encounters between

Māori and Europeans and celebrate

the voyaging traditions of

Aotearoa.

Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, in

partnership with the Lyttelton

Port Company, are hosting the

historic flotilla of vessels at Te

Ana Marina, which is as far

south as they will travel.

Three Polynesian doublehulled

sailing canoes, as well as

the Spirit of New Zealand, will

be welcomed to the harbour.

The crew will be firstly hosted

overnight by Te Rūnanga o

Koukourarata, before a pōwhiri

at Rāpaki that officially begins

the Tuia 250 proceedings.

The flotilla will make its

way from Koukourarata to

Rāpaki, accompanied by

Kōtukumairangi and other

TRADITIONAL: The Kōtukumairangi waka has been

moored at Lyttelton’s Te Ana Marina ahead of the Tuia 250

commemorations in the harbour on December 6.

Canterbury vessels.

Peter Ramsden of Koukourarata

acknowledges the

importance of commemorating

Tuia 250 and the role they have

accompanying the flotilla on the

water.

“We warmly welcome the

flotilla and the crew as part of

the Tuia 250 commemorations.

As their first stop down south,

I cannot think of a more

appropriate way to welcome the

crew than to journey alongside

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them in Whakaraupō,” he

said.

Ngāti Wheke chairman Manaia

Rehu is looking forward to

the hapū leading the Tuia 250 in

Whakaraupō.

“We appreciate having all

the waka in Whakaraupō and

working with our partners and

supporters to give the public a

chance to experience them close

up and learn about our navigation

traditions.”

LPC chief executive Peter

Davie said it is a privilege to

support Ngāti Wheke and host

Tuia 250.

“Te Ana Marina was opened

last year with the aim of

regenerating the inner harbour

as a vibrant community-focused

destination, so Tuia 250 is

exactly the kind of event we want

to see here,” Mr Davie said.

As part of the Tuia 250

activities, members of the public

will have the opportunity to

view all of the waka up close at

Te Ana Marina.

Beach rocks

to stay

• By Jess Gibson

ROCKS THAT have come to the

surface at the beach near Shag

Rock following the construction

of the Coastal Pathway will be

reviewed in the new year.

City council staff held a briefing

on Monday night with the Redcliffs

Residents’ Association, Sumner

Residents’ Community Association

and Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board members.

The RRA has been trying to have

the rock spoil removed by the city

council as members believe it is

ruining the amenity of the sand.

However, at the briefing, city

council staff said it would review

the problem in February or March

to allow time for the beach to return

to its normal state naturally.

RRA chairwoman Christine Toner

said while there is no satisfactory

outcome for beach users right now,

it will have to trust that the rocks

will clear.

“We are happy that they are

happy to keep the communication

lines open over the issue,” said Ms

Toner.

• A celebration will be held

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Meeting to

discuss

protection

of estuary

shellfish

• By Jess Gibson

A MEETING tonight will help

work out who is responsible for

monitoring shellfish removal in

the Avon Heathcote Estuary.

The Avon Heathcote Ihutai Estuary

Trust has been working to

determine whether the Ministry

of Fisheries should either increase

signage for collection limits,

ban harvesting, or whether the

Canterbury District Health Board

should close the estuary.

Ministry for Primary Industries’

research suggests there

could be declining cockle biomass

in parts of the estuary, while separate

evidence from Environment

Canterbury suggests there may

be a human health risk associated

with eating the shellfish.

The trust has also been talking

with local iwi Ngai Tuahuriri

about the possibility of developing

a mataitai at the estuary, which

would allow tangata whenua to

manage the area.

Trust manager Tanya Jenkins

said at its board meeting tonight,

members will discuss all information

and evidence it has collected,

which will help to figure out who

to approach next.

She said the trust is hoping to

get an answer before Christmas.

“We are really busy investigating

but there are all of these different

compartments involved in

it, and it makes it very difficult.”

The recreational daily bag limit

for cockles is 150 per person per

day.

Said Ms Jenkins: “Right now,

some people are just taking far

more than the limit because they

just don’t know what the limit is.

But there’s no point in putting signs

up to say you can only take 150 if it’s

not even safe to eat anyhow.”

In June, CDHB medical officer

of health Dr Alistair Humphrey

compared eating shellfish from

the estuary to “munching on a

dog-turd sandwich.”

Book features Sumner surfing history

• From page 1

Mr Johnson, with good friend

Neil Truscott, built around 100

hollow plywood surfboards in

the 1950s and early 1960s.

These were manufactured

under the ‘Dolphin’ label and are

an integral and important part of

New Zealand surfing history.

Denis Quane of Moncks Spur,

a pioneer builder of fibreglass

surfboards from the 1960s, also

has a special place.

It includes an outline of his

factory history in Sumner and

Redcliffs through until he and

his wife Chris opened their first

Surf Dive’N Ski shop in the city

in 1969.

Denis is still shaping surfboards

at 77 years old.

His boards are now treasured

collector’s items amongst the

surfing community.

Surfing at Scarborough Beach

is central to the ‘Logburner

Chapter,’ with photos and information

about modern longboarding.

Photographic and reflective

essays intertwined with poetry

celebrate the rich culture that

the regeneration of longboard,

logging and the retro style shortboard

bring to wave riding.

The ‘Coming Through’ chapter

contains a feature for teenagers

based on skills for surfing and

skills for growing through the

teenage years.

The author has drawn upon

more than 50 years of surfing

experience and involvement in

researching and assembling this

volume.

His connection includes surfing

successfully at a competitive

level, organisation and management

of major surfing competitions

and festivals and the

position of chief judge at the New

Zealand Surfing Championships.

Over the past 40 years, Mr

Hawke has been a freelance

writer and photographer for surfing

magazines around the world.

He has also included material

from other surf photographers

and writers to extend the content

and coverage of New Zealand

surf and surfers.

The design and layout of the

book by graphic artist Josh

O’Rouke has been a balancing act

between content and space.

His flair and ability has ensured

the book presents itself as a

volume jam-packed with surfing

culture.

The book is published by

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publisher Photo CPL and is

available from most book shops

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News

Artists inspired by nature

THREE ARTISTS have come

together to showcase their work

for a second time.

Sheila Brown, of Mt Pleasant,

Jo Loughnan, of Redcliffs, and

Jo Ogier, of Scarborough, will

exhibit their art in a studio on

Taylors Mistake Rd, which is

rarely open to the public.

Following last year’s exhibition,

the show will be extended from

one day to two, over Saturday

and Sunday from 10am to 4pm.

There will be an opportunity to

meet and talk to the artists, who

each work in different mediums

and draw inspiration from the

environment around them.

Brown has always been

inspired by nature and her

surroundings, whether it is the

common seagull taking flight

or the kingfisher quietly

perched, birdlife is a

common thread from one

canvas to her next.

Patches of colours have

become very characteristic

of her work, which

would be described as a

cross over style, of expressionism

and abstract.

Loughnan’s figurative

work is inspired by the people

around her and depicts them in a

free and expressive style.

She captures a moment in

time using a variety of mediums

including indian ink, often using

a bamboo skewer for line work,

as well as charcoal, chalk pastels

and acrylic paint.

Ogier’s work focuses on the

natural world around her and

reflects her strong conservational

and ecological ties

with it.

She uses acrylic, watercolour

and printmaking

techniques

to represent many of

the endemic species of

flora and fauna.

Some of her current

work is also looking at

the impact of plastic

waste on the ocean.

•For more information on the

exhibition or the artists, email

joloughnan@xtra.co.nz or

visit www.sheilabrown.co.nz

or www.JoOgier.co.nz

Sheila Brown

Jo Loughnan (left) and

Jo Ogier

EXPRESSIVE: Sheila Brown

(top) Jo Ogier (above) both use

the environment as inspiration

for their artwork.

Lunches could be cut

at childhood centre

• By Matt Slaughter

A LOW DECILE Woolston

early childhood centre is set to

stop providing lunches to its

children due to what

it says is insufficient

Government funding.

The Ministry of

Education has offered

Kimihia Early Learning

Centre an $81,000

funding increase but

its manager Radhika

Chakrabarti said it will

still not be enough to

provide the lunches next

year and cover its operating

costs.

Said Ministry of Education

deputy secretary of sector

enablement and support Katrina

Casey: “We have recently

approved increased funding for

Kimihia Early Learning Centre,

which is due to take effect from

November. We are currently

waiting to hear back from them

on whether they agree to this

increase.”

“[The] Government currently

spends over $1.8 billion on early

childhood education through

education subsidies,” Ms Casey

said.

Mrs Chakrabarti said the

centre has to either save about

Radhika

Chakrabarti

$40,000 it costs a year for the

lunches or make cuts to its

teaching resources.

“I did not want to compromise

on our teaching and learning

for the children because

they are the future of this

country.”

The cost of running

the centre has increased,

so it would need a bigger

funding boost than

the one offered, Mrs

Chakrabarti said.

She said the centre

is in a low decile area

and many parents rely on the

lunches it provides to ease some

financial pressure.

“The meals provided in our

centre are very, very important

for the children in this

community.

“The mums and parents and

teen mums, they say that this is

the place where my child eats.

“This is going to be hard on

parents. The families are going

to struggle.”

Mrs Chakrabarti has spoken

to Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson

about the lack of funding.

Ms Dyson said she is

aware of the financial

challenges the centre faces and

hopes “a fair resolution can be

met soon.”

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NPD a welcome addition to Diamond Harbour

After years of doing without,

the Diamond Harbour

community is once again

enjoying the convenience

of having fuel close at hand,

now that NPD has opened

its new site, located adjacent

to the existing On the Spot

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Marine Drive.

NPD is a Nelson-based, familyowned

business. NPD CEO

Barry Sheridan says, “We’re

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News

Stock exclusion meeting

NEW RULES will see farmers

in Wairewa Valley remove their

stock near Lake Forsyth before

the new year.

A change to the Land and Water

Regional Plan aims to target

loss of phosphorus-rich sediment

into the lake and its surrounding

rivers.

The area has seen dramatic

changes over the last 160 years,

from the removal of substantial

areas of native forest to mechanical

lake level control.

The effects of increasing

sediment to the water quality

initiated the need for a specific

catchment plan to address the

degrading lake.

Crafted in 2014, the Zone

Implementation Plan Addendum

provided the background

information that led to the plan

change.

It focused on targeting any

possible contributors to further

sediment loss in the Wairewa

Valley floor catchment.

Part of the rule changes was for

landowners in the catchment to

exclude stock from the bed and

banks and the riparian margin

of the Ōkana, Ōkuti, and Takiritawai

rivers and Lake Forsyth by

January 1.

Former Banks Peninsula Zone

Committee member Pam Richardson

was part of the formation

of these rule changes.

ART

EXHIBITION

Jo Ogier

3 LOCAL ARTISTS

SAT. 23rd NOV

SUN. 24th NOV

OPEN STUDIO

10am - 4pm

RULE CHANGES: A plan

to remove stock near Lake

Forsyth and its surrounding

rivers aims to improve water

quality. ​

She said discussions around

the stock exclusion rules were

debated directly with those landowners

to address their concerns.

Landowners embraced the new

regulations and have used it as an

opportunity to not only increase

the biodiversity values on-farm

but also negate the risk of further

sediment loss into surrounding

waterways.

A community evening will be

held to discuss stock exclusion

rules tonight at 6pm in the Banks

Peninsula Rugby Clubrooms,

4201-4261 State Highway 75,

Little River.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: What

do you make of these rule

changes? Email your views

to jess.gibson@starmedia.

kiwi

•Former Bay Harbour News journalist Matt Salmons has

become a stay-at-home dad. We follow his journey weekly.

Breaking through another barrier

I’VE BROKEN through some

sort of parenting barrier I

believe.

For almost all of Vittoria’s life I

would get stressed about keeping

her as clean as possible, as dry as

possible.

Last Thursday, as she ran

through water over her ankles

in one of her nice new summer

dresses we got in Italy, I just

smiled and laughed at how much

fun she was having.

Now let’s rewind a little as to

how I got there. With the beautiful

sunny weather we’ve been

having (off and on) lately, I’ve

taken to heading down to the

Margaret Mahey playground a

lot more with Vittoria.

She’s at the age now where it’s

actually proper fun for me too –

she wants me to join her on the

slides, wants me to build sandcastles

she can smash, or jump

on the trampolines with her.

At 31, there’s very few times

that playing on playground

equipment is socially acceptable

and having a toddler on hand

makes it totally okay.

Speaking of sand, the water

pump in the sandpit there is to

kids what flame is to moths; they

can’t help but run into it and

they’ll probably change colour

because of it.

You know, from a bright-cleanclothes

tone to a stained-withwet-sand

shade?

So over a couple of visits I’ve

just been forced to accept her

getting dirty and be thankful that

it’s sunny, that we live close and

that we have a functioning washing

machine.

Which brings us to last Thursday,

when we headed there to

meet up with some friends. Not

only did they introduce us to the

flying fox – the most entertaining

way to test how good you really

are at holding your toddler –

they also opened our eyes to the

water play area.

As soon as the first droplets

hit Vittoria (as the fountain area

got turned on in a surprise move

while I was obliviously walking

around it) she was hooked.

Jane Downes

Metalica &

23 November - 17 December 2019Mark Dimock

Main Rd, Li

New Zealand contemporary artist Mark Dimock has art@lit

been living and working in Eketahuna since 1980 where

he has established a large studio workshop and gallery.

Mark enjoys using influences from primitive and ancient

cultures such as Egyptian and Native American art. He

inlays rustic wood with polished steel, aluminium, copper

and brass. Mark’s 3D pieces are made from found

materials. Old fence posts, abandoned farm equipment

and rusted steel form beautiful outdoor sculptures.

Jane Downes

Native Plants - Our National Heroes

- Championed as coins, silhouettes cast against the sky

are captured and imprinted.

- Represented in the full round, the powerful structure

and symmetry of the Nikau.

“My Sculptures are Constructed rather than Carved,

crossing the boundaries between Natural and Man made

Forms, the Domestic and Industry, Architectural and

Domestic Scales.

I see my work as A Celebration of Heart and Mind actively

involving my Viewer from Interactive or Wearable through

to Challenging and Untouchable.”

VITTORIA

& Matt

Mark Dimock

Little River Gallery open 7 days, Main Road, Akaroa Highway.

SPLASH: She

might not look

too damp here,

but she had only

just got in.

From there she happily ran

from one play area to the next,

turning wheels, opening dams or

giving me heart attacks by standing

on wet ledges.

On a side note, why is there so

much smooth concrete in that

area? I mean what? They want

parents like me to wince and

stress every time some sodden

kid runs over it?

Watching Vittoria run up and

down with other kids, grinning

and laughing like a loon while

soaking wet from head to toe

really made my day. It made me

feel silly for worrying about wet

and dirty clothes so much before.

Especially since I always carry

spare clothes.

Jo Loughnan

Sheila Brown

68 TAYLOR’S MISTAKE RD

SCARBOROUGH

Easy Parking • Laybuy Welcome

17 Lillian Street, Halswell

03 322 4548

Open Mon-Fri 9.30am - 5.00pm

Saturday 10.00am - 1.00pm

Jane Downes

Metalica &

Mark Dimock

23 November - 17 December 2019 Main Rd, Little River | 03 325 1944

art@littlerivergallery.com


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Your Local Views

• HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you have a view about what is happening in the

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

Swim between the flags this summer

Taylors

Mistake

Surf Life

Saving Club

lifeguard

support

officer Luke

Smith writes

about a

typical day in the life of

a lifeguard and how to

stay safe in the water over

summer

With summer approaching,

lifeguards are getting ready for

another busy summer at Taylors

Mistake Beach.

Voluntary patrols began on

November 15 and will continue

every weekend until March 15.

Lifeguards will be on duty from

1-5pm on Saturdays and 11am-

5pm on Sundays.

A typical ‘day in the life’ of a

lifeguard on a Sunday usually

consists of arriving in the morning

and training, whether that’s

the senior surf squad training,

canoe crews out paddling, or

assisting with our nipper programme

on a Sunday morning.

Prior to the start of patrol,

lifeguards will begin to prepare

all the equipment required for a

patrol to ensure we have everything

ready to go from 11am, we

also assess the conditions to locate

the safest area on the beach

to put our flags. Throughout

patrol we have regular rotations,

from keeping a lookout from the

club, being on the water’s edge

between the flags whenever we

have swimmers or doing a water

patrol with a tube or on a rescue

board.

With so many environmental

factors around Taylors Mistake

we are always on our toes to

ensure public safety at all times,

and constantly reassess the

conditions throughout the

day to maintain the flags in the

safest swimming zone for the

public.

As a volunteer lifeguard, it is

a great way to give back to the

community and spend our summers

at the beach.

My tips for swimming at the

beach this summer include

choose a lifeguarded beach and

swim between the flags, ask a

lifeguard for advice as conditions

can change, don’t overestimate

your ability and know your limits,

keep young children within

arm’s reach at all times, never

SAFETY: Surf

lifesaving

patrols in

Taylors

Mistake are

under way.

swim or surf alone, when fishing

from rocks you should always

wear a lifejacket, be sun smart

and if in doubt, stay out.

Also, if you are caught in a rip

current, relax and float, raise

your hand to signal for help, ride

the rip until it stops, and you can

swim safely back to shore.

Playing a part in reducing the risk of fire

Port Hills MP

Ruth Dyson

writes about

the risk of fire

over summer

and the need

for a meeting

between

organisations

and residents to educate

the public on how to act

safely

It has been horrific watching

the devastation of the fires in

California and closer to home in

Australia.

The extreme winds and prematurely

dry conditions have made

it the disaster that it has been for

so many people. Lives lost and

homes lost.

We know that these extreme

events are becoming more frequent

because of climate change.

In California, they say they no

longer have a “fire season” – it’s a

permanent state.

Although not nearly on the

same scale, we can all well remember

the Port Hills fires nearly

two years ago. The response

to the fires was reviewed and the

Port Hills fire management plan

was delivered.

Walking around our tracks

on the Port Hills, I can’t help

but wonder if the warnings of

that time have been properly

heard by the relevant authorities

– here, there are several

involved.

While the overall management

of the plan is the responsibility

of the city council, I am not

confident that we are not in

danger of again having another

disaster because of the number

of organisations and individuals

RISK: A fire management plan was put in place after the Port

Hills blaze almost two years ago. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

that each have part of the

responsibility for implementing

the plan.

And with the advent of fireworks

season and the absolute

stupidity of some people letting

them off, the risk just increases.

I would like to see a presummer

meeting where

the leaders of the various

organisations get together and

ensure that there is education

of private property owners and

their responsibility to keep grass

and foliage properly maintained,

the Government landowners

Land Information New Zealand

and the city council being held

to account for the maintenance

of their properties, and local

residents being part of the picture

and solution.

The recent residents’ meeting

in Sumner provided an excellent

opportunity for such a briefing

from the local fire chief Daryl

Sayer.

That deserves congratulations.

But we now need it replicated for

all our communities across the

Port Hills.


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Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Enjoy some great company and

explore your creativity. Phone

Beth for more information on

022 678 1252.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Redcliffs Lawn Bowls Coaching

Tuesday 10.30-11.30am, 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, email

redcliffsbowls@xtra.co.nz or visit

www.redcliffsbowls.co.nz.

Redcliffs Bowling Club,

9 James St

Renaissance Spa celebrations

Thursday, 6pm

The newly crowned NZ Clinic

of the Year, Renaissance Spa, is

celebrating their win with champagne,

food and spot prizes.

There will also be an introduction

to a new laser clinic opening

next door. Spaces are limited.

To book, call 326 5279 or email

emma@renaissancespa.co.nz

16/42 Marriner Street, Sumner

Hon Amy Adams

MP for Selwyn

Working hard for our communities

Check my website if you would

like to sign up for my newsletter

and for details of when I will be

in your area: amyadams.co.nz

Contact me

03 344 0418

selwynoffice@parliament.govt.nz

Authorised by Amy Adams

MP, 829 Main South Road,

Templeton, Christchurch.

Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Indoor Bowls at Tui Club

Monday, 12.45-3.45pm

Go along for a fun and inclusive

environment at indoor

bowls. The first day is free and is

$3 thereafter. All equipment is

supplied. No previous experience

necessary as coaching is given.

Soft-soled shoes should be worn.

Phone Sue on 389 1849.

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

Shoreline Toastmasters

Monday, 7.30-9pm

Nervous about speaking? Go

along to gain confidence by practising

speaking, listening,

learning and laughing – in a

warm, friendly non-threatening

environment. For information

shoreline@toastmasters.org.nz

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club, 21

Main Rd

Diamond Harbour Bridge

Club

Tuesday, 1.30pm, at the rugby

club, Wednesday, 6.40pm, at the

bowling club

New players welcome. 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

A Very Pleasant Playgroup

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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

Tai Chi

Friday, 7-8.30pm

This is a gentle exercise for

people of all ages and fitness

levels, bringing many health

and other benefits. All are

welcome to attend this weekly

class. Phone Frances for more

information on 027 698 0057.

105 Bridle Path Rd

Drayton Reserve Quiz and

Ramble

Saturday, 9.15-10.15am

Start at the waterfall lookout

in the middle of the reserve and

pick up a copy of the quiz.

Walk as far as the track goes

up the valley, answering the

questions as you go. The winner

will receive a voucher donated

by Trees for Canterbury. Please

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David, Carol & Mike

walk or bike to the start to avoid

emissions, but if you need to

drive, there is parking available

in Basil Pl, Avery Pl and Drayton

Drive. For any clarification contact

Dave Bryce on 021 363 498

or ecosolutions@xtra.co.nz.

Drayton Reserve

Mt Pleasant Walking Group

Tuesday and Thursday, 9.30am

A mix of flat and hill walks for

people with a medium level of

fitness. Walks are in nearby areas

and further afield. There will be

car-pooling with shared costs.

Phone Judy on 384 1269.

Various locations

Feathers in Focus Exhibition

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

10am-4pm

Last chance this weekend to

see Christine Davies’ lustrous

raku ceramics and photographs

in the main gallery at historic

Stoddart Cottage, Diamond

Harbour. Free Entry. This exhibition

runs until November 24.

We will deliver!

FLOWER POWER

PARTY:

Embrace your

inner flower child

at Lyttelton Library

today from 6.30-

7.15pm. Celebrate

the arrival of summer

with a selection

Flower Power

inspired activities,

crafts and fun. Check

to see if bookings are

required at 941 7923.

Selected works are for sale and

would make lovely gifts. A commission

from each sale goes to

Stoddart Cottage Trust heritage

fund.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery,

2a Waipapa Ave

Ferrymead Sumner Probus

Club

Next Thursday, 10am

Go along and enjoy the

fellowship and friendship

of like-minded men on the

last Thursday of each month.

The programme consists of

a mini speaker from within

the club followed by morning

tea, then you can listen to a

guest speaker from within the

Canterbury region. This month’s

speakers are Willem Vink

from the Canterbury District

Health Board and singer, actor

entertainer extraordinaire Seig

Eldrid. For more information,

phone Allan Hughey 021 499 675

or Bryan Kaschula 326 3048.

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NEW ZEALAND GEOGRAPHIC BOARD

NGĀ POU TAUNAHA O AOTEAROA

Notice of Proposals to Assign and Alter Geographic Names

Pursuant to section 16 of the New Zealand Geographic Board (Ngā Pou Taunaha o Aotearoa) Act 2008 (“Act”), the New Zealand

Geographic Board Ngā Pou Taunaha o Aotearoa hereby gives notice of proposals to assign and alter existing geographic names as

specified in the Schedule below.

Submissions on these proposed geographic names may be made on the form linked from http://www.linz.govt.nz/regulatory/place-names/placename-consultation,

by email to: nzgbsubmissions@linz.govt.nz, or by writing to the Secretary of the New Zealand Geographic Board, c/o Land

Information New Zealand, PO Box 5501, Wellington 6145.

In accordance with section 17 of the Act, submissions must state with reasons whether a proposal is supported or objected to. If an objection is made,

then the submission may suggest another name or support the existing name.

Schedule

Proposed New and Altered Geographic

Names

Aua / King Billy Island

Kaitangata / Mansons Peninsula

Geographic Feature Type and Description

A small island between Otamahua/Quail Island and Moepuku Point at NZTopo50-

BX24 746686. Alteration from King Billy Island (official name by New Zealand

Gazette, 2 March 1978, No. 13, page 422).

The peninsula between Governors Bay and Head of the Bay, Lyttelton Harbour/

Whakaraupō. NZTopo50-BX24 721680 to 725676. Alteration from Mansons Peninsula

(official name by New Zealand Gazette, 2 March 1978, No. 13, page 422).

Submission Deadline

20 December 2019

20 December 2019

Ōmawete / Coopers Knob

A hill at 573m with geodetic mark A579 at the summit, approximately 13.5km south

of Christchurch. NZTopo50-BX24 697657. Alteration from Coopers Knob (recorded

name).

Ōrongomai / Cass Peak A hill at 545m, approximately 1.7km west of Ōhinetahi. NZTopo50-BX24 697685.

Alteration from Cass Peak (recorded name).

20 December 2019

20 December 2019

Pukeatua / Dyers Pass

Tapuwaeharuru / Evans Pass

Te Ahi-a-Tamatea

Te Heru-o-Kahukura / Sugarloaf

Te Moenga-o-Wheke / The Tors

Te Piaka / Adderley Head

Te Rāpaki-o-Te-Rakiwhakaputa

A pass between Christchurch and Governors Bay. NZTopo50-BX24 714718. Alteration

from Dyers Pass (recorded name).

A pass between Lyttelton and Sumner, at the junction of Evans Pass Road, Sumner

Road and Summit Road. NZTopo50-BX24 797732. Alteration from Evans Pass

(official name by New Zealand Gazette, 26 June 2003, No. 73, page 1896).

A rocky outcrop approximately 1.3km north of Te Rāpaki-o-Te-Rakiwakaputa

(proposed). NZTopo50-BX24 738732. Locally known as Rāpaki Rock. Assigning

a new name as official.

A hill at 496m with geodetic mark A57B at the summit, approximately 2km north of

Governors Bay. NZTopo50-BX24 717721. Alteration from Sugarloaf (recorded name).

A rocky outcrop approximately 1.4km northwest of Lyttelton. NZTopo50-BX24

754734. Alteration from The Tors (official name by New Zealand Gazette, 26 June

2003, No. 73, page 1896) and existing location.

A headland at the entrance to Lyttelton Harbour/Whakaraupō. NZTopo50-BX24

859720. Alteration from Adderley Head (official name by New Zealand Gazette,

26 June 2003, No. 73, page 1896).

A locality on the shore of Rapaki Bay, in Lyttelton Harbour/Whakaraupō. NZTopo50-

BX24 742719. Alteration from Rapaki (recorded name).

20 December 2019

20 December 2019

20 December 2019

20 December 2019

20 December 2019

20 December 2019

20 December 2019

Te Tihi-o-Kahukura / Castle Rock A rock outcrop approximately 2km northwest of Lyttelton. NZTopo50-BX24 757739.

Alteration from Tihiokahukura/Castle Rock (official name by New Zealand Gazette,

26 June 2003, No. 73, page 1896).

Te Upoko-o-Kurī /

A hill at 421m approximately 3km northwest of Lyttelton. NZTopo50-BX24 740733.

Witch Hill

Alteration from Witch Hill (official name by New Zealand Gazette, 2 March 1978,

No. 13, page 422).

20 December 2019

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Tasty Bites

How to make a cake taste as good as it looks

There is not much better

than a cup of tea or

coffee and a slice of cake,

especially when it almost

looks too good to eat. Here’s

one you can easily decorate

yourself

Morning Magpie’s carrot

cake

For the cake

2 free-range eggs and 2 freerange

egg yolks

4 free range egg whites

320g flour

1 tsp baking powder

1 tsp baking soda

2 tsp cinnamon

2 tsp ground cloves

400g neutral-tasting oil such as

sunflower or canola

540g white sugar

100g chopped walnuts

100g desiccated coconut

270g peeled and grated carrot

(about two carrots)

For the icing

525g cream cheese

210g softened (to room

temperature) butter

105g icing sugar

75g honey

fresh thyme

Directions

Cake

Separate the eggs (six in total).

Put the whole eggs and yolks

in one bowl, and the whites in

another large, clean and dry

metal bowl.

You will be left with two

spare egg yolks (with a little

imagination you can find a way

to put them to good use in some

other noble kitchen endeavour).

Add a pinch of salt to the egg

whites and, with an electric

beater, whisk until they form

stiff white peaks (the salt helps to

stabilise them). Set aside.

In a large bowl, beat the

sugar and oil on high for 2min.

Add the whole eggs and egg

yolks, continuing to mix until

incorporated.

Use a rubber spatula to mix the

walnuts, coconut, and carrot into

the creamed oil and eggs.

Sift the flour, baking powder

and soda, and spices into the wet

mix, and delicately fold through.

Fold one-third of the whipped

egg whites into the rest of the

batter, followed by the rest of

them. Don’t worry if there are a

few streaks of white left – this is

far preferable to over-mixing the

cake batter.

Divide the

batter between

two greased

round silicon cake

moulds. Make sure

to weigh as you

are filling them,

so that the two

rounds end up

evenly sized.

Bake in the

centre of the oven

for 40min at 160

deg C.

After baking,

let the cake cool

completely in the

moulds (at least

four hours).

If you are

leaving it

overnight before

icing – this is a

good idea – wrap

the rounds in cling

film once cooled and removed

from moulds.

Assembly and decoration

Make sure all ingredients are at

room temperature, and also clear

a shelf in your fridge that a large

chopping board will fit on.

In a large bowl, beat the

cream cheese on high for about

4min, until it takes on a silky

consistency. Beat in the butter.

Add the icing sugar and honey,

and reduce the beater to a lower

speed until they are fully mixed

through. Then your icing is

ready.

If the cake rose into a dome

shape while baking, remove the

rounded top with a bread knife

to make sure both rounds are

level.

Place one cake round on a

large chopping board, and spread

a 1cm thick layer of icing on top

of it. Stack the other round on

it, making sure the two are well

aligned. Don’t worry if some of

the filling comes out the sides.

Use an offset spatula to spread

a thin layer of icing over the top

and sides of the assembled cake.

It doesn’t matter if you can see

the cake through this layer. Once

it is covered, place the cake in the

fridge for one hour. When this

first layer of icing sets, it prevents

any dark cake crumbs getting

mixed up in the final layer of

white icing.

Once the first layer is set,

remove the cake from the fridge

and apply the rest of the icing as

you see fit. You can put a thick

layer on the top and a scant layer

around the sides, but this is just

a matter of taste – you should

experiment and find a style you

like. Chill the cake for another

hour before cutting. Garnish

with fresh thyme leaves and flaky

sea salt. Use a hot bread knife to

cut the cake, cleaning it between

each slice.

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CONDITIONS: Prices and offers are based on per person, twin share in NZD, strictly limited, not combinable with other offers, and subject to availability. Valid for new bookings only until sold out for travel on set Scenic Eclipse departure

dates in 2019/2020. Prices include savings, taxes and charges. From prices and offers based on 101S070320 in a Cat CA Deluxe Veranda Suite. Pricing and availability correct as of 30 October 2019. First non-refundable deposit of 10% of

cruise fare due within 7 days of booking. Additional 15% of cruise fare payment is due 12 months prior to sailing. Early bird fares and suite category strictly limited and subject

to availability. Flights must be booked by Scenic and are subject to availability of airline and booking class. Buenos Aires hotel is subject to change and must be booked as

per tour accommodation. Helicopter and submarine excursions are an additional expense, subject to regulatory approval, ice and weather conditions, weight restrictions and

subject to availability. For cruise line’s full terms and conditions visit scenicnz.com/terms.

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