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Jasper the purrfect burglar

LOOT: Mette Kristiansen and Harriet Kristiansen-Benge, 6, pictured with Jasper and the items he has stolen from around

Sumner since before Christmas.

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• By Jess Gibson

SUMNER HAS been hit by

a strange crime wave – and

the culprit is not pussyfooting

around.

Jasper the cat lives on Wiggins

St and has been stealing

items from houses as far as two

blocks over from his home.

The one-year-old male

Burmese has pinched a large

plastic bag worth items like

socks, underwear, gloves, baby

clothes and swimming trunks,

among other items since before

Christmas.

Owner Mette Kristiansen

said Jasper’s rampage started

out at home where he would

take socks off of the washing

line and chew them up.

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TAYLORS MISTAKE Beach is

being treated as a tip.

Taylors Mistake Surf Life Saving

Club members are frustrated

at the amount of litter scattered

around overflowing bins by visitors.

There are eight bins at the beach

but the more visible ones near the

toilet block and pathways to the

carpark are often where problems

occur.

Surf club

captain Tisha

Bradley said patrol

members are

“always picking

up” rubbish off

the beach.

“We’ve got our

own rubbish bin

and we often

Tisha Bradley

pick up rubbish and put it into

our own bin.”

However, she said while it is

frustrating when people leave

their rubbish directly beside the

bins, she would prefer people to

put it there rather than leave it

down on the beach to prevent

people from standing on sharp

litter, like glass.

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LEAVING PROBLEMS for someone

else is one of the lesser likeable human

characteristics.

That will no doubt be what future generations

think of us now, and those who

have lived through the world-changing

industrial growth of the 1900s.

But right now, there is a problem at Taylors Mistake (see

page 1).

The hot weather has seen huge numbers at the beach and

there’s simply not enough rubbish bins for what people want to

leave behind.

Sumner resident Alice Rae goes to Taylors a lot and has

some common sense advice: “In reality, they need to take selfresponsibility

and just have some basic common sense to not

leave their junk lying around for someone else to clean up or

get blown into the ocean.”

Fair call.

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The Banks Peninsula Community Board now has the highest

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• By Sophie Cornish

PEOPLE ARE being warned not

to go to areas like Godley Head

in hot and dry weather, as they

may not be able to escape if a

major fire breaks out.

The warning was issued by

fire chiefs and police prior to the

past week’s high temperatures,

which reached into the early to

mid-30s.

But Sumner Volunteer

Fire Brigade

chief officer Daryl

Sayer said he would

“absolutely” advise

people to continue to

Wayne

Hamilton

be cautious.

“There’s still concern

there and we’ve

still got a bit of summer

to go so the weather is only

going to dry up the hills more.”

Fire and Emergency New Zealand

encouraged people to avoid

isolated areas that have only one

or two entry and exit points, one

example being Godley Head.

Said FENZ specialist fire

investigator Wayne Hamilton:

“Stay away from those areas.

We would suggest rather than

walking up the hills, go along

the beach. People need to be

conscious that they are entering

high fire danger areas,” he said.

All walks in areas with vegetation

should be limited to the cool

of the morning, Mr Hamilton

said.

FENZ asked for people to

save outdoor activities in rural

vegetation areas, such as motorcycling,

trail-biking and dirtbiking

for a cooler day when the

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DANGER: Fire chiefs have warned people to be wary of areas like Godley

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fire risk is lower.

Additionally, FENZ asked

motorists to not park their cars

on dry vegetation.

“It’s a real issue; vehicles cause

a lot of fires. It is very important

they park on gravelled areas,

don’t drive off the road on to areas

of vegetation,” Mr Hamilton

said.

A total fire ban continues in

the entire Canterbury region,

meaning lighting any

fires is strictly prohibited.

Mr Hamilton said

small amounts of

drizzle do not make a

difference to fire risk

conditions.

“Unless we get significant

rain, people

should not be complacent,

it doesn’t make a

difference.”

Earlier this month,

it was revealed a

multi-agency approach,

Operation

Lucifer, conducted

by FENZ, police and

neighbourhood watch

groups was under way

to prevent fires.

Senior Sergeant Roy

Appley said the operation is

continuing and is monitoring

suspicious behaviour.

He is encouraging members

of the public to take photos, particularly

of vehicles and people,

who may be acting suspiciously.

• Phone 111 immediately

if you see or smell smoke,

or see any suspicious

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BAY HARBOUR

In Brief

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ADVICE ON SEATING

City council staff have been

asked for advice on the repair

and replacement of seating on

the Esplanade. The Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board requested information

due to concerns by member

Darrell Latham that a lot of the

seating was “past its used by

date.”

SURF PATROLS KEPT BUSY

It was a busy weekend for surf lifesaving

clubs in the Bay Harbour

area on Sunday as temperatures

soared to 35 deg C. Sumner Surf

Life Saving Club patrol finished

up at 7pm after 12 rescues, five

assists, two water searches and

250 preventative actions. Taylors

Mistake Surf Life Saving Club

patrol completed one rescue,

12 assists, one major first aid

and two minor first aids and 50

preventative actions.

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But suddenly, clothing she did not

recognise started appearing in the back

hallway.

“To be honest it was quite funny, it

was amusing.”

Now, she is attempting to right

Jasper’s wrongs by returning the stolen

goods to their owners.

“As time has gone on I’ve realised that

I would really like to find the people

who own these things. These things

are not cheap to buy and I’m sure these

people want them back.”

After Ms Kristiansen posted about

Jasper’s antics on the Sumner Community

Facebook page, one person has

claimed a pair of gardening gloves, and

another person socks and underwear.

She also has a plastic bin just inside

her gate with all Jaspers loot in it for

neighbours to go and claim.

Jasper is not the only sticky-pawed cat

in Sumner.

• From page 1

Sumner resident Alice

Rae, who uses the beach

often, said people need to

take more care in helping

keep the area clean, rather

than “passing the blame off

to the council.”

“In reality, they need

to take self-responsibility

and just have some basic

common sense to not leave

their junk lying around for

someone else to clean up or

get blown into the ocean,”

she said.

“There are far too many

people pointing fingers for

not solving environmental

issues, rather than actually

caring about what they

can do personally, and not

being so lazy and irresponsible.”

City council head of

parks Andrew Rutledge

said bins are emptied twice

daily.

He said a solar-powered

Bigbelly rubbish bin has

been ordered and will be

installed this month.

A built-in compactor

means the bins can swallow

up to five times more than

a standard waste bin.

CAUGHT IN THE ACT: Jasper was

sighted stealing a sock by one of his

neighbours. ​

In March, Bay Harbour News reported

that resident Sara Buerki’s cat Roddy

had stolen “baskets” worth of goods

from neighbours.

If you think you may have had items

stolen by Jasper, email Ms Kristiansen

on kristiansenm@hotmail.com with the

subject line “JASPERS LOOT”.

Taylors Mistake being

treated as a rubbish tip

SPILLING OVER:

Food packaging, a

broken boogie board

and empty alcohol

cans were some of the

items left scattered

around an overflowing

rubbish bin at Taylors

Mistake last week.

The bins utilise smart

sensors to detect rubbish

levels and alert maintenance

staff when nearing

capacity.

If you see a bin

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Food for community board in spotlight

• By Louis Day

THE BANKS Peninsula

Community Board has increased

its catering costs in spite of public

scrutiny last term.

Travel and time commitments

are two of the reasons given as

to why it is the only community

board out of seven which will not

cut back on its food budget.

It now takes the title of the

highest spending board with

an estimated $228 put aside for

catering per meeting, an increase

from the $216 allocated towards

catering in the previous term.

City council head of community

support, governance and

partnerships John Filsell said a

new supplier was being trialled

and options were being explored

to reduce costs.

“Meetings are at Lyttelton,

Little River and Akaroa; this

requires elected members and

others to travel some distance to

and from the meeting, extending

the overall time commitment. At

some venues and at some times,

such as Little River, there may

not be the opportunity for elected

members and others to purchase

refreshments close by,” he said.

Banks Peninsula board

members may have the highest

catering budget, but they have

the lowest annual salary. Banks

Peninsula board members are

paid $9864 and the chair $19,729,

UNSAVOURY COSTS: The Banks Peninsula Community Board

now has the highest catering budget, setting aside an estimated

$228 a meeting.

whereas city board members

are paid up to $24,580 and their

chairs up to $49,160.

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton,

has cut back its catering budget

again after coming under fire

mid-way through last term. It has

reduced its budget from $78 to

about $68 a meeting, it previously

sat at $174.

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

will not have any catering

after a decision was made last

term to remove it.

Coastal-Burwood will also go

without any catering this term

following “modest catering” last

term.

However, Mr Filsell said these

board members would still have

access to a kitchenette facility

where they could make their own

tea and coffee which would have

no impact on the catering budget.

He said options were being

explored to reduce the Spreydon-

Cashmere catering budget of

$130 to around $90 a meeting.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

has shaved about $25 off its

catering budget by purchasing

items directly from the

supermarket as opposed to a

catering supplier, bringing the

budget to an estimated $75 a

meeting.

Papanui-Innes will spend

a maximum of $50 a meeting

following a decision to reduce costs

last term.

WHAT HAS BEEN SPENT

ON FOOD:

Banks Peninsula

2016/17: $3399.56

2017/18: $3709

2018/19: $1092.98

Total: $8201.54

Coastal-Burwood

2016/17: $3668.53

2017/18: $3687.73

2018/19: $1647.76

Total: $9004.02

Fendalton-Waimairi-

Harewood

2016/17: $1616.78

2017/18: $742.57

2018/19: $363.73

Total: $2723.08

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

2016/17: $4495.46

2017/18: $4515.04

2018/19: $1061.75

Total: $10,072.25

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

2016/17: $2634.90

2017/18: $4574.60

2018/19: $1429.64

Total: $8639.14

Papanui-Innes

2016/17: $2371

2017/18: $2606

2018/19: $331

Total: $5308

Spreydon-Cashmere

2016/17: $2328.83

2017/18: $2484.44

2018/19: $900

Total: $5713.27

Total from 2016/17 to October

2018/19: $49,661.30

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and Takamatua as very dry

conditions put pressure on water

supplies.

The level four water restriction

means people cannot use water

outside their homes.

The use of hand-held hoses,

unattended hoses, sprinklers, and

garden irrigation systems is not

allowed and water to fill pools or

paddling pools is also prohibited.

City council head of Three Waters

and Waste Helen Beaumont

said a rapid drop in the streams

that supply water to parts of

Banks Peninsula has prompted

the highest level of restrictions.

“The streams that supply drinking

water to Akaroa, Duvauchelle

and Takamatua have dropped

very suddenly following the recent

extreme temperatures and drying

north-westerly winds, and similar

conditions are forecast to continue

this month,” she said.

Gardens can still be watered by

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used for washing vegetables,

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Razor Robertson giving Sumner

grass roots rugby an edge

• By Gordon Findlater

HE MAY have started his bid for

a fourth straight Super Rugby

title with the Crusaders, but

coach Scott Robertson still has

time for something at the grass

roots which makes him tick.

Robertson might be one of the

biggest names in World Rugby,

but outside of the day-to-day

running of the Crusaders it’s the

progression of his local Sumner

colts side playing on the back of

his mind.

This comes to fruition on

Tuesday and Thursday evenings

when Robertson finishes his day

with the Crusaders at Rugby

Park and heads to colts training

to help the Sumner teenagers as

what he describes as a technical

adviser role for the team.

“I’m just giving back,” said

Robertson.

In the past Sumner have

tried, but failed to establish and

maintain a colts side – which is

crucial for the development of

players out of secondary school

before moving to premier grade.

Robertson had the same pathway

to achieve his dreams as a

teen at the Mt Maunganui club

before moving south. He now

hopes Sumner will be able to

offer the same opportunity for its

local players.

“That’s what I would like, the

opportunity for one of the local

boys from Sumner to have what

I had and be given a pathway to

achieve what they can and play

for Canterbury, Crusaders and

the All Blacks.”

Robertson – a life member at

Sumner – says the emergence of

the Storm colts team this year is

a massive step for the club.

“Colts grade is tough. We

know the participation rates in

rugby is an area that needs attention

and it’s a real challenge

for us.

“Being involved is just what

anyone would do for their club,

just to keep to connected with

the young players because we

know how important they are for

our game,” said Robertson.

It’s easy to see that Sumner has

a special place in Robertson’s

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a standout season at Christchurch Boys’ High School in 2019.

heart. He has lived in the seaside

community for 20 years and

began his coaching career with

the club. He was a player coach

for the club’s top side and after

undefeated division 2 campaigns

in 2008 and 2009 they gained

promotion to the premier

competition for the first time

in 2010. He coached the side to

a debut 6th-place finish, before

concentrating on his role with

Canterbury at the time.

His passion for the colts team

has already rubbed off on some

of its players. First-five Ollie

Lewis played his junior rugby

at Sumner and now after five

years at Christchurch Boys’

High School – which included

playing for New Zealand Schools

last year – is returning to his

boyhood club with the Storm.

“We just had a little gettogether

the other week and he

was really passionate. I think all

the boys thought, hang on this is

something else. It’s pretty cool to

have him come along and show

how much passion he has for the

CLUB MAN:

Robertson has

been helping

coach the

Sumner colts

side on Tuesday

and Thursday

evenings. In

recent years

he has built a

reputation as one

of the globe’s top

rugby coaches

after winning

three straight

Super Rugby

titles with the

Crusaders.

club,” said Lewis.

“I don’t think too many clubs

have a Super Rugby coach

coming down to training.”

The 18-year-old was part of

a very strong junior side also

called the Storm several years

ago.

Lewis says the side spent four

years together and could count

the amount of losses they had

on one hand. The boys then

departed for secondary school

and many eventually played first

XV rugby.

However, five years ago

somewhat of a pact was made to

regroup in 2020 and get a colts

team running.

“We always wanted to come

back and play for Sumner,” said

Lewis.

The side is coached by Gareth

D’Almeida who was a player

under Robertson’s reign with the

club’s premier side.

“It’s been a long time in the

making,” said D’Almeida.

“There’s a good core group of

them that played junior rugby

together for Sumner. They would

have been eight or nine. They’ve

had Storm 2020 gear for the last

three years. That’s always been to

finish school and aim for 2020.

“If you don’t have colts, you

don’t have a pathway. They go

to first XV, but where do they

go from there. If you’re a sharp

half-back or first-five you might

go straight to div one, but ideally

they want to play premier colts

for a year and go from there.”

D’Almeida says that Robertson

has played a key role in establishing

the colts side and believes his

presence at training is a massive

boost for the players.

“Razor’s been involved with

that right through the years as

well. He’s certainly there to help

. . . he’s just keen to see it get off

the ground,” said D’Almeida.

“If you’re a budding young

rugby player and you’ve got the

Crusaders head coach cruising

around, it’s absolutely a big

drawcard and equally he could

have been the All Blacks coach.”

Robertson says his involvement

with Sumner is just one

aspect to his values of wanting

to give back to grass roots rugby

which he fondly remembers

growing up. He also expressed

he has and open door policy for

coaches from club rugby to come

into the Crusaders and up-skill.

“Grass roots rugby is the lifeblood

of communities and the

spirit of our nation, so everyone’s

got their little part to play,” said

Robertson.

“I think it’s key that everyone

has a role in their club. I just see

the role in my club as connecting

people and to get people to

continue their love for rugby.”

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News

Tram shelter repairs

complete after delays

• By Jess Gibson

THE WAIT is finally over

for Redcliffs residents

wanting to see the Moncks

Bay tram shelter safe and

open to the public.

Repairs

to the

86-year-old

structure

on Main

Rd are now

Pat

McIntosh

complete

after being

closed off

since December 2018 due

to earthquake risk.

Redcliffs Residents’

Association secretary Pat

McIntosh said she was

“delighted” the historic

structure has reopened.

Members had been

frustrated over the length

of time it took city council

contractors to finish

repairs.

“I’m pleased to hear that

it’s done and that the obstructions

will be removed

to it can be used again,” Ms

McInstosh said.

Work was initially meant

to be finished before the

RESTORED: The 86-year-old tram shelter on

Main Rd is now open after being closed off since

December 2018 due to earthquake vulnerability.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

•HAVE YOUR SAY:

What do you think

about the length of

time taken to fix the

Moncks Bay tram

Shelter? Email your

views to jess.gibson@

starmedia.kiwi

end of September, however,

the city council delayed

pushed out the completion

date until the end of

December, and then to the

end of January.

It was because further

design work was required

on the maintenance and

strengthening of the

shelter was required and

also a delay with the supply

of material required for

the earthquake bracing

upgrade.

Cycle ride fundraiser ends in Bluff

• By Matt Slaughter

WILLIAM HICKFORD,

of Lyttelton, has pedalled

the length of New Zealand

to raise $8560 for people

with dementia and

Alzheimer’s disease.

William, 17, cycled about

3000km from Cape Reinga

to Bluff between December

28 and January 17, with

Holly Ffowcs Williams joining

him on the South Island

leg of the ride and finishing

one day later.

William was inspired to

complete the ride to help

people like his grandfather

Roy Pemberton, who has

dementia and also cycled

the length of New Zealand

for charity about seven

years ago.

William and his bike got

through the ride without

issue.

“Bike-wise, absolutely

nothing went wrong and

then pretty much the same

with my body, I had no

problems the whole way

down,” he said.

The highlight of William’s

journey was riding

over the Haast Pass but

there was no better feeling

for him than finishing.

“I was just so relieved not

having to wake up the next

day and get on my bike.”

William said his family

are “all super proud” of him

for what he has achieved

FINISH LINE: William Hickford and Holly Ffowcs

Williams at the finish line in Bluff. ​

and his grandfather is “just

a bit jealous that he wasn’t

allowed to come with me.”

Holly, who also went

to Cashmere, said the

South Island leg took a

physical and mental toll.

She stopped for physio on

her knees in Wanaka but

powered through to finish

the ride.

She said crossing the finish

line was a great feeling

but the reality has not sunk

in yet.

“The scenery for the last

two days was very boring, I

would never do it again.”

William and Holly’s

next goal is to reach their

$10,000 fundraising target.

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Member and Te Raekura

Redcliffs School board of

trustees chairman Darren

Fidler outlines transport

initiatives for the new

school site

It’s not long now until the

new Te Raekura/Redcliffs

School opens at the beginning

home approaches, our travel

plan team have been working

with city council staff to develop

a plan for our students to

get to and from our new site.

We know from our surveys

that around 75 per cent of our

tamariki would like to walk,

cycle or scoot to school, so it’s

important we do what we can

to make this as safe and easy as

Readers respond to last

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In project time late last year,

Redcliffs pupils took the lead

on developing walking school

bus routes and challenging

each other to travel more

sustainably. They also enjoyed

learning about the raft of benefits

of getting to school under

their own steam, including:

• Building in exercise to your

However, now everybody

knows where they

are and the trailer

and SUV stealers

will know to exit

Sumner by the

Esplanade. We really

need two more, one

at the foot of Evans

Pass and one by the Sumner

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

daily routine

• Improved concentration

following physical activity

Improved social interaction

and awareness of the community

• Reduced congestion, and

improved community amenity,

from fewer cars on the road

• Improved safety from normalising

walking and cycling,

Surf Life Saving Club. Better

still, bring back the

police station as a functioning

service.

Ron Williams – After

recently confronting

two young people who

were skateboarding

on the roof of the new

so drivers are more aware

• Reduced carbon emissions

and pollutants from cars improving

air and water quality,

getting us to carbon neutrality

quicker

Please be patient with our

tamariki to help keep them

safe on their way to and from

school. Be extra vigilant as

they develop their road sense,

slow down – a child hit at

30km/h has a 10 per cent

chance of being killed, and at

50km/h this increases to 50

per cent. Remember that if

you’re driving across a footpath,

the pedestrian has right

of way.

As well as all of the health

benefits of walking, scooting

or cycling to school, there are

real benefits from using our

limited valuable road space in

a more environmentally and

economically sustainable way,

completely in line with Te Rae

Kura Eco Village’s vision for

our community.

Sumner Life Saving Club and,

subsequently getting abused

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Pony ride could stretch finances

SO, MY financial future may be

in dire straits. But boy, I’m so

proud of Vittoria.

Continuing the fun of birthday

season we had another second

birthday, this time in rural North

Canterbury.

Being that it was farmyardthemed

there were a few animals

in attendance – rabbits, guinea

pigs and a few hot cows hiding in

some shade in a back paddock.

However, the grand flourish was

a pair of ponies available for rides.

Vittoria had only seen ponies

at Willowbank previously but

didn’t seem too put out by them

or even excited when we arrived.

Her first reaction was to run right

past them to go down a slide a

few times.

Other kids were happily taking

short rides on either one of the

ponies, which got Laura and I

curious as to whether Vittoria

would be willing to do the same.

She did not take a huge amount

of convincing, I asked her once

and she happily followed me

over to a waiting steed and let me

lift her onto the saddle without

complaint.

I was worried she would fall

off as soon as I let go, so hovered

about a bit while the woman organising

the rides got her sorted

– including putting her helmet

on, which surprisingly elicited not

even a squeak out of her.

GIDDY-UP: The moment my

financial future fell into a state

of jeopardy.

With my worries still lurking

about, I tried to keep a reassuring

hand on Vittoria’s back (ready

to grab her should she make

an insane dive from the pony).

But it became apparent pretty

quickly that she was in no need of

Daddy’s help.

She sat in the saddle perfectly,

confidently. Her expression calm,

back straight, her body moving

slightly to allow for the movement

of her mount.

Within about 5m of her ride, I

VITTORIA

& Matt

stood back in amazement.

As far as my talent goes on

horseback, I’ve only got fleeting

memories of some lessons I took

inland of Waikuku.

My great-grandmother Mary

Matches was known in her

younger days as a rather skilled

horse-breaker and talented rider,

so I’m guessing her skills have

jumped a few generations.

Unfortunately, in another

unlike-my-great-grandmother

moment, I neither live on a farm

nor own a horse. So if a passion

for equestrian pursuits has been

awakened in Vittoria, I’m looking

at a long future of forking out

for pony clubs, lessons and, God

forbid, a ruddy horse.

Expensive as that all may be,

if it would give her as much

happiness as that pony ride

did on Saturday and she’s truly

passionate, I’ll make it happen.

•Former Bay Harbour News

journalist Matt Salmons

has become a stay-at-home

dad. We follow his journey

weekly.

BIRDS OF THE ESTUARY

Waterfowl not to be

mistaken for a duck

Tanya Jenkins is the manager of the Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust, a non-profit organisation

formed in 2002 to protect one of New Zealand’s

most important coastal wetlands. Each week she

introduces a new bird found in the estuary. Her

column aims to raise the understanding of the

values and uniqueness of the area.

ONE OF several resident waterfowl

species in our estuary is the

New Zealand native shoveler or

kuruwhengi.

It is easily mistaken for the

Mallard duck but if you look

carefully you will notice that

the shoveler has an enormously

large bill which is very handy

when sieving water and mud for

insects, plankton and small fish.

There have been as many as

2000 counted in and around our

estuary and all this time you may

have thought they were all just

common mallard ducks.

It is a tough job for the female

laying a many as 10 eggs which

she will incubate on her own and

then bring up the youngsters all

by herself.

Not likely we will see mum

and her brood in our estuary, as

she prefers to keep them hidden

during the day and instead feed

HANDY: Shovelers are

recognised for their large

bills, which help them to sieve

water to find their food.

PHOTO: PAUL CORLISS

them at night to protect the

family. These birds only live up

to seven years – not very old for a

bird species.

How can we help these birds

thrive? Keep dogs on the lead

when walking near the estuary

as to not disturb them while they

are nesting, feeding or resting.

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This is what awaits you at the Redcliffs Mt Pleasant

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Whether you are interested in social bowls once a week

or serious competition we have a place for you. Free

coaching sessions are offered on Tuesday and Sunday

mornings, with club bowls provided for you to “give it a

go” and see if you would like to join the club.

Beyond the actual game of bowls we have great bar

facilities, many social functions and a very friendly and

inclusive group of people.

Full members are able to use the facilities for their own

function at no cost for the room hire.

Weddings, funerals, anniversaries and conferences……..

we are available to be booked for most occasions.

Businesses and family groups have enjoyed booking

for a game of bowls where tuition can be supplied,

followed by a meal or use of the bar facilities. Caterers

can be recommended or you can provide your own food.

Full commercial kitchen available.

Social membership is offered to everyone who wishes

to sign up for free and come and join in our non bowling

activities and use of the bar.

Since the extensions to the club rooms it has become a

lively community hub supporting many activities such as

fitness groups, community meetings, card group, band

practice, information groups and is now the home of the

Redcliffs Mt Pleasant RSA.

All ages are welcome at the club and the club is

planning to encourage local schools to get involved in

2020.

Feel free to come down to our club and have a look for

yourself. We have a warm, clean, spacious venue with

wheelchair access.

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Few tickets left for concert

• By Matt Slaughter

SELWYN SOUNDS looks set to

sell out.

The March 7 festival will see

acts including Icehouse, 10cc,

Zed and Jed Parsons grace the

stage at Lincoln Domain.

Event director David Parlane

said he expects a capacity crowd

of 10,000 people will be enjoying

the music, food trucks and

stocked bar on the day.

Said Mr Parlane:

“We’re into our last

lot of tickets at the

moment. For sure, this

will be a sell-out before

the event, I’m positive

of that.

“This certainly will

be the summer concert

of 2020 for Canterbury.”

He is looking forward

to seeing a high calibre of

acts on the day.

“To be honest, I’m looking

forward to seeing them all. I have

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seen them three or four times

live and they just are an outstanding

unit, very professional

and their stage show is pure

quality from everything that

they do.

“I’m also looking forward to

Jed Parsons

•Selwyn Sounds tickets

are on sale at https://

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hearing 10cc and Dreadlock Holiday

on the stage. That’s certainly

going to be a highlight to have

that pumping out across the

park.”

Christchurch poprock

band Zed, will

be playing Selwyn

Sounds as part of their

reunion tour after

years about 15 years

apart.

Seeing Ultravox’s

Midge Ure and his hits

including Vienna live

will be another highlight,

said Mr Parlane.

Mr Parlane said

preparation for the event is

almost finished.

“It’s going to be a fun day.

People coming in and getting

together with their group,

sitting around, listening to

great music, having some

really good food, a few drinks,

dancing the afternoon and

evening away.

“It’s just a highlight for a whole

lot of people every year.”

ROCKERS:

(Above)

– Zed

members

Ben

Campbell,

Adrian

Palmer,

Nathan King

and Andy

Lynch. (Left)

– Iva Davies,

front man of

Australian

band

Icehouse.

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PAGE 13

Pupils geared

up for

garden festival

PUPILS FROM Heathcote Valley

School and Diamond Harbour

School are amongst those who

have been preparing for the Grow

Ō Tautahi Christchurch Garden

Festival.

They will display gardens that

reflect their values and surroundings

at the event, which will be

held in the Botanic Gardens from

March 20-22.

They will be joining pupils from

St Marks, Banks Avenue School,

St Albans Catholic School, West

Rolleston, West Eyreton, West

Melton and Burnside Primary.

The gardens have been growing

since late last year, but extra work

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Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Join in on the first session

of creativity with company of

the year. Take your project and

$3 for morning tea. Phone Beth

for more information 022 678

1252.

St Andrew’s, 148 Main Rd

Redcliffs.

Happy Hour

Friday, 4-6pm

Go and eat food and meet

people at a barbecue to kick off

this year’s monthly happy hour

events, which are a partnership

between Sumner Bays Union

Trust and the Port Hills Uniting

Parish.

Redcliffs Uniting Church hall, 4

Augusta St

Loopy Tunes Preschool Music

Tuesday, 9.30am in Sumner

and 10.30am in Redcliffs

The first two sessions of the

year. $2 per child.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre at 9.30am and Redcliffs

Uniting Church hall 10.30am

Mt Pleasant Bridge Club

Wednesday, 7.15pm, Friday,

1pm

The 2020 programme has

started and all visitors are welcome.

We request you are seated

15 minutes prior to the start. If

you do not have a partner please

Saving Missy

by Beth Morrey

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haunted by the echoes of her footsteps in her empty home; the sound of the

radio in the dark; the tick-tick-tick of the watching clock.

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She deserves no more than this; not after what she’s done. But a chance

encounter in the park with two very different women opens the door to

something new.

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opportunity. But seventy-nine is too late for a second chance. Isn’t it?

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by Kate Elizabeth Russell

An era-defining novel about the relationship between a fifteen-year-old girl

and her teacher. All he did was fall in love with me and the world turned him

into a monster!

Vanessa Wye was fifteen-years-old when she first had sex with her English

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powerful men in 2017, the teacher, Jacob Strane, has just been accused of

sexual abuse by another former student.

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WIN THIS BOOK

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phone Kay on 384 9113.

Mt Pleasant Yacht Clubrooms,

21 Main Rd.

Coffee & Conversation

Redcliffs Uniting Church hall,

on Fridays except first Friday of

the month, 10.30am.

Special guest Glenda Martin

from Volunteering Canterbury

will be attending on February 14.

Go along and hear about what

this organisation does and how

you can get involved. Everyone

welcome.

4 Augusta St

Technology Help Sessions

Monday, 2-3pm

If you need help using your

computer, smartphone, iPad, or

tablet, go along to a free drop-in

session. Take your own device or

use one of the centre’s computers.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

JP Clinic

Thursday, 11am-12.30pm and

Saturday, 10am-noon

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of the

community. They can 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

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email giveaways@starmedia.kiwi with Saving Missy in the subject line or write to Take Note Book Giveaway,

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your name, address and contact number. Entries close Tuesday, February 18, 2020.

The book winner for The Lost Summers of Driftwood is Kay Bowman of Mt Pleasant.

charge for this service.

Thursday at Little River Library

and Saturday at Matuku Takotako:

Sumner Centre

Sumner Sunday Market

Sunday, 11am-3pm

Go and check out a great

range of stalls, from fresh veges,

amazing food from all over the

world and beautiful crafts. You’ll

find them right next to the beach

as you enter the village.

Cnr Marriner St and The

Esplanade

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

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

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. Email redcliffsbowls@xtra.co.nz

or visit www.

redcliffsbowls.co.nz.

Redcliffs Bowling Club,

9 James St

Indoor Bowls at Tui Club

Monday, 12.45-3.45pm

Go along for a fun and

inclusive environment at indoor

Go down to tea

and talk, a group

that meets upstairs

in the Matuku

Takotako: Sumner

Centre each

Monday at 10.30am.

There will be a

friendly group of

residents, good

coffee, and lots of

laughter.

bowls. The first day is free

and is $3 thereafter. No

previous experience necessary

as coaching is given. Soft-soled

shoes should be worn. Phone Sue

on 389 1849.

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

Mt Pleasant Farmers’ Market

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm

A community-owned market

brings you wonderful, locally

grown food. Phone co-ordinator,

Di, on 020 4195 4639.

3 McCormacks Bay Rd, Mt

Pleasant

Shoreline Toastmasters

Monday, 7.30-9pm

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along to the first toastmasters of

the year 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,

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Wednesday February 5 2020

Tasty Bites

Kebabs to make your mouth water

Grilled Chilean Beef Kebabs

with Chimichurri Sauce and

Coriander Rice is an easy,

flavourful any-day meal.

Substitute button mushrooms

for the beef for a vege

alternative. If going low-carb,

use cauliflower rice and if

coriander isn’t your thing then

serve with your favourite

sauce and rice side-dish

Grilled Chilean Beef Kebabs

with Chimichurri Sauce and

Coriander Rice

Makes 8 kebabs

Ingredients

1kg beef – tenderloin, ribeye

or sirloin, cut into 4cm cubes

(or substitute 500g button

mushrooms)

2 Tbsp oil

2 Tbsp lime juice, plus zest of one

lime

2 garlic cloves – finely minced

1 tsp onion powder

1 tsp dried oregano or thyme

1 tsp cumin

1½ tsp salt

½ tsp pepper

Skewer additions: cherry

tomatoes, onion

Chimichurri Sauce

1 bunch coriander

½ cup olive oil

2 Tbsp lime juice

1 jalapeno (use less, or more if

you like)

½ cup chopped onion

1 garlic clove

½ tsp smoked paprika

½ tsp salt

Coriander Rice

2 cups water

1 cup rice, rinsed

pinch salt

¼ cup coriander- chopped

3 spring onions – chopped

1 lime

Garnish: lime wedges

Directions

Soak eight 25cm wooden skewers

in warm water.

Cut the beef into cubes and

place in a zip lock bag or in a

medium bowl.

Mix oil, lime juice and zest,

garlic, spices, salt and pepper in a

small bowl. Pour over the beef and

seal the bag, shaking and mixing

so all the beef is coated. Set aside.

Pre-heat a hotplate, BBQ or your

favourite skillet if it’s large enough.

In a medium pot, add water and

rice, bring to a boil. Cover, simmer

on low heat for 20min.

In the meantime, make the

chimichurri. Place all the ingredients

in a food processor, and

pulse repeatedly (10-15 times)

until the coriander and onion are

all minced well. It need not be

smooth, but more like the consistency

of pesto. Place in a small

bowl. Set aside.

Make the skewers alternating

beef, cherry tomato, onion slice,

then repeat until skewer is full.

3-4 pieces of beef on each skewer.

Grill the skewers over medium

high heat, rotating until meat

is nicely charred and cooked to

desired done-ness.

Place rice in a bowl, squeeze

with lime, and scatter the

coriander and green onions over

the top. Serve immediately.


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