Bay Harbour: February 19, 2020

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• By Jess Gibson

IT’S COMING up nine years

since the final beer was poured at

Lyttelton’s Mitre Tavern.

It was closed due to damage

from the February 22, 2011,

earthquake and has become

increasingly derelict and an

“eyesore” to the public.

And still, residents are no

closer to finding out what will

happen with the historic hotel on

Norwich Quay.

The owner,

Tony Ward,

could not

provide Bay

Harbour

News any

detail on what

he plans to

do with the

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the site.

He has until

July 2025 to carry out building

work to ensure it is no longer

earthquake-prone under the

Building Act.

Mr Ward said he is keeping an

“open mind” on what to do with

it but said it “may just be best to

put a fresh development on the

site.”

He would not comment on the

insurance situation.

Lyttelton Community

Association chairman Ken

Maynard said residents are sick

of seeing the building in its state,

and the orange fencing around

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he won’t, the council does have

things at their disposal.”

He said a good idea would be

to run a competition for design

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LYTTELTON RESIDENTS have good

reason to be frustrated by the slow progress

on what will happen to the Mitre Tavern

(see page 1).

It was badly damaged in the February

2011 earthquake. Just days out from the

ninth anniversary, it remains an eyesore on Norwich Quay and

the port in general.

Under the Building Act, owner Tony Ward has until 2025 to

carry out work which will ensure the pub – if it is repaired – is

up to earthquake standard. He is not saying if there are any

insurance issues delaying what he will do with the site.

Lyttelton Community Association chairman Ken Maynard

said residents are sick of seeing the building in its state and the

orange fencing around it.

No argument there.

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Birdlife concerns raised

• By Matt Slaughter

remaining mainly undisturbed

area for waterfowl roosting in the

BIRDLIFE WILL be harmed

estuary,” the motion said.

if a pathway is built along the

western edge of the Avon-

Said city council head of parks

Heathcote Ihutai Estuary,

Andrew Rutledge: An Ecological

groups say.

Impact Assessment is under way

The city council may consider

to report on how the pathway

options for an alternative route.

would impact on the ecological

The Avon-Heathcote Estuary

values of the site (primarily

Ihutai Trust and Redcliffs Residents

Association are opposing the

birdlife and lizards) and what

the overall impacts would be if

city council’s proposal to extend its

a range of potential mitigation

360 walking and cycle trail along

measures were put in place.

the estuary edge beside the Bromley

oxidation ponds.

tions and cost estimates, the

“Following further investiga-

Both groups have raised their

council may be asked to consider

concerns with the Linwood-

options for the pathway, including

a potential alternative route

Central-Heathcote Community CONCERNED: Kit Doudney says a proposal to build a pathway

Board.

along the Avon-Heathcote Ihutai Estuary near the Bromley and whether to put the proposal

Estuary trust chairman Kit oxidation ponds will harm birdlife. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN forward for public consultation.

Because the details of the

Doudney said the estuary is

home to about 100 bird species occasions, in this case, horses, on dents’ association’s February 3 pathway haven’t been decided,

and has recently been made part the estuary bed.

meeting and emailed to the the construction costs are not yet

of the East Asian-Australasian “We absolutely welcome the Linwood-Central-Heathcote known,” he said.

Flyway. This means migratory idea of walking and cycling Community Board said the proposed

pathway “is in breach of Community Board member

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

birds which use the estuary, paths, it’s just that this is the

such as the bar-tailed godwit are wrong area to put it,” he said. local, national and international Tim Lindley, who is a member of

protected.

Said Redcliffs Residents Association

secretary Pat McIntosh: “This area – the oxidation the whole board but believes the

protections.

the estuary trust, didn’t speak for

But Mr Doudney said constructing

the proposed pathway “It would be a very nice facility ponds, Linwood paddocks, pathway should not go-ahead close

will put godwits and other bird for people to be able to walk Sandy Point and the adjacent to the estuary. Instead, he said

species in jeopardy.

around the estuary edge but unfortunately

it’s a nature reserve a large variety of birds, including which would be more suitable.

shoreline – is a crucial refuge for there are grass areas farther away,

Said Mr Doudney: “The problem

with the pathway incurring and it’s incredibly important for endangered migratory birds and He said he hopes the board

into a wildlife refuge is that the the wildlife at the estuary that rare New Zealand species. It is will discuss the community’s

wildlife suffers from incursion of they actually have some space the last bastion of estuary edge concerns about the proposal

humans and often their companion

animals such as dogs and on A motion passed at the resi-

humans and dogs, and the only next

where they’re understood.” that does not allow easy access by this year and decide on the

step.

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COLLETT’S CORNER HEARING

A date has been set for a public

hearing over the contentious

Collett’s Corner planned for

Lyttelton. A resource consent

application for the development

proposed for Oxford St attracted

the views of 167 groups and

individuals. There were 133

submissions in support, 31

in opposition and three were

neutral. Submitters have the

chance to express their views

on March 5 and 6. March 9 has

been scheduled as an extra day

if required. No location has been

set for the hearing at this stage.

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LITTLE RIVER’S Ed Lopas’

determination to beat cancer has

inspired his Christchurch Boys’

High School rowing team to

break a world record.

The team has raised more than

$23,000 for Leukaemia and Blood

Cancer New Zealand in his name

after the 15-year-old beat cancer

last November.

Ed was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s

lymphoma – a form of blood

cancer – last year. It was only fitting

that the 16-year-old had the

honour of finishing the last stint

of the successful world record

attempt last Tuesday.

The team of 61 rowers set a new

world record for the longest continual

team erg (rowing machine)

by a group aged under-19. Their

time of 145hr 10min smashed the

previous record of 96hr.

“It was pretty special having

everyone cheer me on to the finish,”

said Lopas.

The team travelled a total distance

of 1937km. On a map, their

travels took them from school,

north to Blenheim, west to Greymouth,

south to Queenstown,

east to Dunedin and up SH1 back

to school.

The school’s rowing manager

Ricardo De Sousa said he’s been

blown away by the team’s commitment

to the record-breaking

achievement.

“The boys have been absolutely

incredible. We thought it would

be a bit of a headache trying to

get boys on the egg at silly hours

of the morning. It’s not the most

fun thing to be on and the boys

tend to shy away from it, but they

wanted to do it for Ed,” said De

Sousa.

Senior rowers did shifts of

90min with some of the movies

doing shifts between 30-45min.

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Ed and his team complete

record fundraising row

FOR A CAUSE: Ed Lopas takes care of the last shift his rowing

team’s new world record of more than 145 hours on the erg.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN ​

The team began the world record

bid on Wednesday last week and

had surpassed the previous world

record by Sunday afternoon.

Ed was diagnosed in July and

after five months of successful

chemotherapy, he was cleared

to start physical activity again

and hopes to row at the

Maadi Cup regatta on Lake

Ruataniwha near Twizel next

month.

The team has raised $23,505

so far.

•From page 1

The current concrete building

is the third incarnation after

the first was destroyed

by fire in 1875 and the

second in 1926.

City council head of

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there was an understanding

there may

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building but as it is

listed on the schedule

of significant historic

heritage items, a resource consent

is required.”

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can be fined up to $200,000, if

‘I’m sick

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the city council, can apply to

the district court for

an order which would

allow them to carry out

seismic work which has

not been completed to

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cost from the building

owner.

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member Tyrone Field

said he can “no longer

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Low-flying drones

invade privacy

• By Jess Gibson

ANOTHER CASE of lowflying

drones has left people

feeling uneasy in the Bay

Harbour News area – this

time in Governors Bay.

A resident posted on the

Governors Bay Community

Facebook saying they had

spotted a drone hovering

outside their home and

nearby properties “a

number of times.”

THe post said the drone

had hovered “quite low” at

the homeowner’s property

last Tuesday.

“It had a nice clear view

into my lounge. Seriously

have you nothing better

to do. If you [have] a

legitimate reason for doing

this let us know. However,

I am not sure what could

possibly interest you in my

house,” it read.

THere have been several

reports of low-flying

drones invading people’s

privacy in other areas

since 2018, including

Scarborough, Clifton,

Diamond Harbour and

Lyttelton.

In December 2018,

residents feared a lowflying

drone may have been

used to spy on teenage girls

in Diamond Harbour.

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The Redcliffs resident

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UNCOMFORTABLE: Drones have been spotted

flying low near properties in Governors Bay without

the owners’ consent. ​

•HAVE YOUR SAY:

How would you react

to drones hovering

outside your property

without your consent?

Email your answers to

jess.gibson@starmedia.

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said if anyone feels drones

have been interfering

with their privacy, police

“certainly want to hear

about it.”

“We also encourage

people to be aware of their

responsibilities flying

drones around properties.”

he said.

incident, which happened

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THe Civil Aviation

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THe CAA does not

investigate breaches of

privacy, and investigations

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Wednesday February 19 2020

News

Civic trust raises more

Community

cruise ship concerns

• By Jess Gibson

AKAROA RESIDENTS are once

again bearing the brunt of cruise

ship impacts.

The Akaroa Civic Trust wrote

a letter to the Banks Peninsula

Community Board raising

concerns over emissions and

other activity in and around the

harbour.

It is the latest in a long list of

efforts by the trust to mitigate

cruise ship impacts and protect

Akaroa since the group was

formed in 1969.

Trust member Victoria Andrews,

who wrote the letter, asked

that the board to write a request

of information from ECan

regarding the compliance of ship

emissions.

The letter was presented to

members at a meeting on Monday

and has now been forwarded

to ECan.

It said it was “critical” that

ECan was asked whether water

and chemicals used during exhaust

gas cleaning on boats is discharged

in to the harbour, which

is home to “Hector’s dolphins and

other protected wildlife.”

Ms Andrews raised safety and

environmental concerns around

ENVIRONMENT: Akaroa residents are concerned about the

impacts of cruise ships in the harbour.

devices named thrusters, which

“often disturb the seabed” while

making ships more manoeuvrable.

The letter also addressed the

lack of information provided to

residents by the city council on

any plans to resolve overcrowding

from cruise ship passengers.

The current cruise ship season

started in October and will run

through until April.

• HAVE YOUR SAY: What

action would you like to

see taken over cruise ship

impacts in Akaroa? Email

your views to jess.gibson@

starmedia.kiwi

boards to get

public input

• By Louis Day

THE PUBLIC will have a say

on the priorities of community

boards for the first time.

The city council is publicly

consulting consult on three-year

plans for the Banks Peninsula

and Linwood-Central-Heathcote

community

boards, among

others.

Each plan sets

out priorities

within different

communities.

City council

head of support, John Filsell

governance and

partnerships John Filsell said the

idea behind the initiative was

to get community feedback in

order to inform board priorities.

These plans will guide the

boards’ decisions on local

activities, projects and facilities

and advocacy on behalf of

communities.

Each plan will identify three

priorities per ward area, so the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board for example

which comprises of three wards

will have nine priorities.

Priorities within the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board consultation relating to

the Bay Harbour area include

supporting and improving

community wellbeing, improving

community resilience and

preparedness for the impacts of

climate change and updating the

suburban centre master plans.

The Banks Peninsula Community

Board’s consultation had

not dropped before Bay Harbour

News’ deadline on Tuesday.

All boards will have their

plans out for public consultation

until early March.

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• By Jess Gibson

A NEW cycleway connecting

Heathcote with the central

city could see a portion of

Cumnor Tce in Woolston

turned into a one-way street

for motor vehicles.

The city council is asking

for public feedback on a proposal

to change the section of

WITH MORE than 60 stalls in

its first year, there’s sure to be

something for everyone at this

year’s Banks Peninsula Festival

on Saturday.

The event will be held at Orton

Bradley Park, Charteris Bay,

from 11am to 6pm.

Residents and visitors can relax

in a setting nestled at the foot

of Mt Herbert and enjoy the best

of Banks Peninsula, including

food, beverages, local produce,

arts and crafts.

Highlights of the day will

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Banks Peninsula talent including

Lindon Puffin, Amiria Grenell

and Adam McGrath, joined

by overseas act Esther Swift of

Scotland.

If you are a Master Chef fan,

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road between Chapmans Rd

and Maunsell St.

Reasons the one-way option

is being explored include the

street being relatively narrow

in places, speed concerns and

the safety of pedestrians.

The change is being carried

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Expressway Major Cycle

Route, which will allow travel

A relaxing day out at festival

• For more information or

to buy tickets, visit www.

bankspeninsulafestival.co.nz

cook-off, being judged by a

panel that includes celebrity chef

Simon Gault.

Lyttelton restaurant Super

head chef Anna Meyerhoff,

Heisenburger owner Evan

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and home cook Sophie Petersen

will compete for the title using

local produce.

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against two other local chefs.

across Ferry Rd and through

Opawa, Woolston, Charleston

and Phillipstown.

The infrastructure,

transport and environment

committee approved

construction of the Heathcote

Expressway from Ferry Rd to

Truscotts Rd at meetings in

2017 and 2018.

The committee also agreed

to explore options for increasing

the width of the cycleway

on Cumnor Tce, including

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Wednesday February 19 2020

News

Leading by example

THE LES Mills City2Surf is an

event close to the heart of Sport

Canterbury, with the Regional

Sports Trust sponsoring the 6km

course each year to promote

greater participation and people

of all ages having a go.

“The Canterbury region is

known for placing great value on

the benefits of being active,” said

Sport Canterbury chief executive

Julyan Falloon.

“It’s no wonder we are home

to one of New Zealand’s most

iconic participation events, which

encourages so many locals and visitors

alike to set a goal and reflect

on the benefits of being active with

family and friends.”

In 2020, community sport

adviser Jess Rodrigues is on a

special mission to walk – or run

– the talk and complete the 6km

distance, for only the second

time in her life.

Rodrigues is an inspiring

figure in the movement that

celebrates women and girls

in sport. She is particularly

passionate about breaking down

barriers to participation for girls

in the Canterbury region.

For seven years Rodrigues

has been actively involved with

surf lifesaving, and each year

ACTIVE: Jess Rodrigues (left) at Sport Canterbury’s MASH Tough

Kid event at South Brighton Domain in November. ​

endeavours to be involved through

volunteering as a lifesaver at South

Brighton. She also manages and

works alongside the youth development

team to help create pathways

for Canterbury lifesavers.

“Providing the community

with safe beaches in the summer

is something I am passionate

about. Our surf life saving club

has been committed to providing

this service for the past 90 years.

It’s awesome to see young volunteers

committing their weekends

to keeping the community safe,

so locals can play and enjoy our

beautiful coastline.”

As part of her role as a community

sport adviser, Jess

works with the team in growing

participation and developing

capability across the Canterbury

West Coast region.

“That’s part of the reason I am

participating in the Les Mills

City2Surf. I want to lead by

example and show other women

and girls, who lead busy lives,

that we can get involved and

compete in events as much as the

next person.”

As one of New Zealand’s

14 regional sports trusts,

Sport Canterbury believes

that people of all ages and

backgrounds deserve access

to sport and recreation. Sport

Canterbury enables individuals

and communities to create

opportunities for play, physical

activity and participation, as

well as healthier choices.

•To enter go to www.

city2surf.co.nz

BIRDS OF THE ESTUARY

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.

Amazing story of recovery

THE NEW Zealand scaup or

paponga are adorable chubby

black ducks with out-ofproportion

big feet.

The native birds are our only

diving duck, able to stay under

water for 30sec and dive up to

3m deep to feed.

They tell an amazing recovery

story starting in 1980 when there

were less than 100 scaup left in

Christchurch.

Aiming to save the scaup from

extinction in our city, the Lady

Isaac Wildlife Trust caught some

50 scaup and started a breeding

programme within the safe

compounds of the trust’s lake at

McLeans Island.

Once numbers increased the

Our owners are moving on so you can move in

scaup were returned to our rivers

and oxidation ponds where this

summer we counted as many as

4000 in the ponds alone.

This means that the ponds

hosts as much as 20 per cent of

the entire New Zealand population

and indeed the world’s

population.

During February you can see

several scaup rafts (or creches)

in the ponds comprising of a

few females with up to 70–90

ducklings.

How can we help the scaup

number to thrive? Keep dogs on

the lead when walking along riverbanks

and the estuary edge. Dogs

are a huge threat to birds needing

to nest, rest and feed in peace.

IMPRESSIVE: The

New Zealand

scaup is able to

stay under water

for 30sec and

dive up to 3m

deep to feed.

PHOTO: CLIVE

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Your Local Views

Readers react to a city

council plan which could

see parts of Summit Rd

closed at night. The plan

comes in the aftermath of

the deaths of sisters Tayla

and Sunmara Alexander in a

car crash last year.

Kit Chambers – I cannot understand

the ridiculous comments

of Cr Davidson that a decision

would have to go out for public

consultation before a recommendation

can be reached.

That will take months to resolve.

He is the chairman of development

and transport and he and

his committee only have to make

a decision and have the guts to say

close the Summit Rd from 9pm

to 6am every night from Kiwi to

Rapaki and the same from Kiwi

around to Gibraltar Rock.

Issue a system where there is a

scanning card issued to any residents

so they can get in and out

if required. Also for emergency

services.

Trevor Sennitt: I am a father

and can understand to lose these

children would be hard. But this

does not warrant the closing of a

road which if driven at a sensible

speed is not that dangerous.

People would be required to

take a long windy road to get to

Governors Bay and beyond and

the businesses over there would

suffer.

I would suggest speed bumps

could help slow the idiot drivers.

Jamming on the guitar with Grandad

VITTORIA

& Matt

VITTORIA loves music, singing

and dancing.

It’s very cool and I love catching

her singing along to some

song she’s made up when she

doesn’t know I’m looking.

And although I might not love

it immediately, I quite enjoy

it when she forces her singing

upon me. Like at 6am.

Over the last week there’s been

a couple of days where I’ve been

woken up by her climbing onto

my head, leaning into my ear

and belting out a (upon reflection)

lovely rendition of the

birthday song.

She had first surprised me

with her ability to sing the song,

in its entirety, recently at her

Nan’s house while I did some

gardening. She was calmly sitting,

eating some berries while I

worked and just started singing

along. I guess it makes sense,

birthday season is still alive and

kicking so she’s heard that song

a heap.

It’s not the only one in her repertoire

though, she’s also liable

to jump straight into a round

of Baby Shark at the drop of a

STRUMMING:

Vittoria and

Grandad making

sweet music on

the guitars.

hat, or any mention of the word

shark. I can actually feel other

parents with similar aged kids

groaning at that.

She’s also rediscovered an

old favourite in Twinkle Twinkle

Little Star with even more

vigour that she can sing

the words as well as do the

actions.

Considering all that, it wasn’t

a big surprise that she got so

excited by the idea of adding

in the sound of her Grandad’s

guitars to her songs on Waitangi

Day.

We’d popped round for dinner

and while we were there she

grabbed the two he has in his

lounge and dragged them over

to the couch.

She then handed one to her

Grandad and kept one for

herself to add twanging guitar

strings to her birthday song, encouraging

her Grandad to play

along with her.

It was great seeing them have

a wee jam session together

and Vittoria clearly enjoyed

it.

I might not remember

anything about the lessons I

had on those guitars, but it

seems Vittoria might enjoy

learning to use them properly in

future.

•Former Bay Harbour News

journalist Matt Salmons has

become a stay-at-home

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Linen Cottage, Elena Chomic

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

10am - 4pm

An exhibition of linen

garments and leather accessories

handcrafted by Lithuanianborn

Elena Chomic will be on

display throughout February.

Linen, leather, wood and wool

are common materials for folk

art and craft in Lithuania. Free

Entry. A commission from sales

goes to Stoddart Cottage Trust

for heritage activities.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery,

Lower Waipapa Ave, Diamond

Harbour

Tea and Talk

Monday, 10.30am

Enjoy good coffee and lots of

laughter with a friendly group of

residents.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Tai Chi

Friday, 7-8.30pm, Tuesday,

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 a weekly class.

Community classes are held

on Fridays in Woolston, and

beginners’ classes on Tuesdays

in Mt Pleasant. Phone Frances

Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

for more information on 027 698

0057.

Fridays at St Johns Anglican

Church, 2 St Johns St or Tuesdays

at the Mt Pleasant Community

hall, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd

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. Call Beth for

more info 022 678 1252.

St Andrew’s, 148 Main Rd

Redcliffs. 930am until noon

Mt Pleasant Bridge Club

Wednesday, 7.15pm, Friday, 1pm

The 2020 programme has

started and all visitors are

welcome. We request you are

seated 15min prior to the start. If

you do not have a partner please

phone Kay on 384 9113.

Mt Pleasant Yacht Clubrooms,

21 Main Rd

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

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 at 10.30am

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

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

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

The coastal environment

of McCormacks Bay

and the surrounding

communities will be

celebrated at this year’s

Estuary Fest. Enjoy

interactive education stalls,

low cost rides, food trucks

and live music at this free

event on Saturday from

1-5pm at the Mt Pleasant

Community Centre,

3 McCormacks Bay Rd.

People are encouraged to

take flowers and decorate

road cones at the event,

to commemorate the

anniversary of the 2011

earthquake which falls on

the same day.

Harbour Rugby Club,

2a Waipapa Ave

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. 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 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,

21 Main Rd

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Your school at the heart of the city

✓ Co-educational, Years 1-8

✓ Small classes

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✓ Musical excellence

✓ Christian values

✓ Traditional classrooms; academic rigour

✓ Before & after school care: 7.30am - 5.30pm

✓ Central city location; easy access

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Some places available for 2020.

Open Day: Wednesday 4 March

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Tasty Bites

No more beeting around the bush

• By Ian Knott

Beetroot deserves so

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Ingredients

400g tin chickpeas, rinsed and

drained

1 tsp ground cumin

1-2 hot green chillis, finely

chopped

250g raw beetroot, peeled and

grated (wear gloves to avoid

staining your hands)

2 Tbsp chopped parsley

50g fresh wholemeal

breadcrumbs

1 egg

olive oil

Halloumi 1 slice per slider

Handful of rocket

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each side until they are crisp and

brown. Drain on kitchen paper.

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starts to brown a little. Put a few

rocket leaves on the base of each

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Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Public Notices

Public Notices

Public Notices

Trades & Services

Call for Expressions

of Interest

Akaroa and Lyttelton Design Review Panels

The Banks Peninsula Community Board is seeking expressions of interest

for members of the Akaroa Design Review Panel and Lyttelton Design

Review Panel for the 2019-2022 term.

The role of the Panels is to provide advice to promote good design and a

quality urban environment that expresses the local character and identity

of Akaroa and Lyttelton.

The criteria for Panel members is as follows:

• Design professionals with qualifications in architecture and/or urban

design with experience in Akaroa or Lyttelton

• Community representatives with local knowledge and a demonstrated

understanding of design and development.

Panel members will receive an honorarium of $200 per meeting and

mileage reimbursements for travel until at least 30 June 2020.

For more details, including a copy of the Terms of Reference, please contact

Amy Hart, Support Officer, at 941 6633 or amy.hart@ccc.govt.nz.

To register your expression of interest, please submit a CV along with a

short statement about why you would like to participate to Amy Hart by

Friday 6 March.

Akaroa Museum Advisory Committee

The Banks Peninsula Community Board is seeking expressions of

interest for a community representative for the Akaroa Museum Advisory

Committee for the 2019-2022 term.

The role of the Committee is to provide advice to the Community Board on

the strategic issues facing the Museum and the matters arising from them.

The position would be best suited to a community member who wishes

to support the Museum’s aims, objectives and policies and its role in the

community, and who can provide a link between the Museum and the local

community.

For more details, including a copy of the Terms of Reference, please contact

Amy Hart, Support Officer, at 941 6633 or amy.hart@ccc.govt.nz.

To register your expression of interest, please apply in writing with a

short statement about why you would like to participate to Amy Hart

by Friday 6 March.

Tori Peden

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Banks Peninsula Community Board

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apply. See www.flooringxtra.co.nz for full T&C’s apply,

promotional pricing only on selected ranges. See instore or

www.flooringxtra.co.nz for details.

FERRYMEAD

18 MONTHS NO PAYMENTS AND NO INTEREST^

ON INSTORE PURCHASES $1,000 & OVER.

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for full T&C’s. * # T&C’s apply, promotional pricing only on selected ranges. See instore or www.flooringxtra.co.nz for details.

FERRYMEAD

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