Bay Harbour: March 18, 2020

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TALENT: Sumner’s

Amelia Sykes

broke the 2000m

individual pursuit

record at the

national agegroup

track

championships in

Invercargill.

THE CONVEYER belt of cycling

talent in Canterbury looks set to

continue with Sumner’s Amelia

Sykes.

Amelia, who won national

under-16 titles in 2019 in the

team sprint and team pursuit

led by Lincoln High School’s

Jenna Borthwick last year, has

excelled in her own right at

the national age-group track

championships in Invercargill

last week.

The under-17 rider stepped up

in the 2000m individual pursuit

final and in doing so broke the

national record set last year by

Borthwick, who has this year

progressed to make the New

Zealand team for the junior world

championships. • Turn to page 3

• By Jess Gibson

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Residents have been using

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Foodstuffs South Island is

currently in consultation with

New World Redcliffs staff over the

proposal.

Both New World and Four

Square are owned by Foodstuffs.

Said Foodstuffs South Island

general retail manager Tim

Donaldson: “We believe a

transition from a New World

to a Four Square presents the

best opportunity for the store to

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IN THESE troubled times we live in, it is

great to see there is still some good news

about.

In Bay Harbour News today we highlight

achievements of some of our sporting talent

on pages 1, 3 and 5.

Amelia Sykes is one of New Zealand’s most promising cyclists

which was underpinned at the national championships in Invercargill.

Amelia won the 2000m individual pursuit, breaking the New

Zealand record in the process.

On page 3, we report on Sumner’s Luca Tracey, who has been

selected for the New Zealand under-16 touch team. Whether the

team gets to tour Australia is doubtful. But at least he made the

side.

We also cover local surfers at the Duke event at the weekend

on page 5.

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National opportunity for Luca

• By Jacob Page

SUMNER TOUCH rugby

player Luca Tracey has been

selected in the New Zealand

under-16 team to tour Australia.

The 14-year-old year 11

Christchurch Boys’ High School

student, was part of the Canterbury

under-16 team which won

the national title in Auckland in

January after going through the

tournament undefeated.

Luca is also the CBHS under

15 sevens captain who are the

current South Island champions.

The team will meet for a

training camp in Auckland

in July before playing in the

Australian state championships

on the Sunshine Coast in September.

“They had selectors at all our

games at nationals but when

I found out I made it, I was

quite surprised given to make it

because I am quite young for the

grade.

The playmaker said he took

‘I was going for that record and gave it everything’

• From page 1

Amelia topped qualifying in

2min 30.981sec and lowered that

to 2min 28.220sec to win the

up the sport socially five years

ago and has progressed through

the ranks ever since.

“I’ve always enjoyed running

fast and since I do track and

field as well, the skills help both

sports,’’ he said.

Luca represents Wainoni’s

Lions Athletic Club where he is

the Canterbury schools’ 100m

and 200m champion for his

age as well as the South Island

final, half a second under Borthwick’s

record.

“Last year I was in the team

sprint with Jenna and learned

from that. This year I had full

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Tracey has

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team which

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Sunshine Coast

in September.

schools’ 100m champion.

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allow him to play a similar style

of game in each code.

“You have to be elusive, think

on your feet and make the right

decisions.”

He said he would continue

training in his own time over

the winter before the first

camp to make sure he was ready

to go.

confidence and I prepared well,”

she said.

“I was going for that record

and gave it everything. The

last two years have been so

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• From page 1

“It’s a challenging time for

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PODIUM EFFORT: Sumner’s Steve Tyro (left) was second in the men’s over-45 event at the New Brighton Duke Festival of Surfing

over the weekend. New Brighton’s Hugh Ritchie (right) won the Duke Trophy as overall men’s champion.

Sumner surfers make podium

• By Jacob Page

A SUMNER surfing duo were

successful at the New Brighton

Duke Festival of Surfing over the

weekend.

Benji Lowen won the under-12

boys event while Steve Tyro was

second in the over-45 men’s

event.

“He [Benji] had amazing final

and a great weekend,” organiser

Mark O’Malley said.

“He’s extremely talented.’’

Benji continued his strong

form after he won a maiden

under-12s title in Greymouth

last month.

A trio of Sumner surfers came

close to claiming the main prize

as well but it was a New Brighton

surfer who stole the show.

Sumner had three of the four

finalists in the open men’s grade

with Cameron Haylock, Ambrose

McNeil and Luke O’Neil

all in with a chance but it was

TRIUMPH: New

Brighton’s Ron

Carter won the

over-70s section.

PHOTOS: JAN

EVERETT

New Brighton’s Hugh Ritchie

who held his nerve the best to

claim the Duke Trophy.

Haylock was second with Mc-

Neil third and O’Neil fourth.

Conditions were challenging

for all of the 140 surfers who

competed in age-groups from

under-12s to over-70s throughout

the three-day event.

“It was a really successful

weekend but conditions were

challenging all weekend,” Mr

O’Malley said.

“In spite of the challenges,

there were still some really good

scores as the cream always rises

to the top.”

Fellow Sumner surfer Kathryn

Eddyvean won the over-40s

women’s event.

New Brighton’s Tegan Bishop

won the women’s open event.

South Brighton’s Leah Wilson

won the under-16 girls event.

New Brighton’s Ron Carter

won the over-70s event.

Firefighters

to be

honoured

• By Jess Gibson

DIAMOND Harbour residents

will be given the opportunity

to watch the community’s fire

fighters receive recognition for

their hard work.

The Diamond Harbour Volunteer

Fire Brigade’s annual award

ceremony is set to be held on Sunday

from 2pm at the memorial

hall on Waipapa Ave.

It is the first time residents have

been invited along, and chief fire

officer Bob Palmer is excited to

“show off” what members, who

are also medical first responders,

have achieved.

There will be long service medals,

Queen’s Service Medals and

gold stars as well as plaques and

certificates.

Mr Palmer said the other

reason the brigade decided to

make the ceremony public was

so the community could be acknowledged

for all their support,

especially as it fundraises for a

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Car boot sale rebooted

• By Jess Gibson

A SOCIAL and sustainable

event has been given a

reboot.

The Great Mt Pleasant,

Redcliffs and Sumner Car

Boot Sale takes place on Sunday,

for the first time since

immediately after the February

22, 2011, earthquake.

It was the only time the

event was held, and it was a

way for people to declutter

while moving out of their

damaged homes.

However, while event coordinator

Linda Rutland

said residents kept asking

Linda

Rutland ​

when the

next one

was, there

was never

enough energy

to keep

it going.

But now

Ms Rutland

said

the energy is back and she

is hoping to give residents

and the close-knit community

“another opportunity

to get together.”

“It’s also really about

giving the community the

chance to be sustainable,”

she said.

“There will be a variety of

stuff depending on

what the people selling

are interested in, some

of it will be second-hand

and some of it will be craft

stuff.”

The event will run from

9.30am until noon in the

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre car park.

If you would like to

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you want to know more

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Hands in the air!

There’s activity in the auction room! Whether it is on site

or in our auction rooms we are seeing a lot more hands

in the air and active bidding among buyers trying to win

the auction race. In fact we’re seeing more buyers forcing

the pace by submitting very tempting pre-auction offers

on properties in an attempt to outsmart other buyers

before they have a chance to complete their due diligence

and get their ducks in a row. It’s certainly not a bad tactic

in a moving market. And make no mistake, the market is

definitely moving. With interest rates still at a record low,

with the likelihood they may even go lower, buyers are

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possible price rise.

What should you do? Well if you are keen to secure

a property in the current period, our advice is to get

yourself in the best possible position to buy when the

right property comes along. Speak to a finance broker to

find out what you can borrow. If possible get a Finance

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can send any documentation through for them to

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important to have a clear

idea of what properties

are available and what you

can expect in your price

range. Attend auctions,

both onsite and inrooms

so you can see how the

bidding works and what happens if the bidding doesn’t

reach the owners reserve price.

Remember, the more knowledge you have around

the market and the process of buying then the better

prepared you will be when the right property comes

along. Good luck

Jan Edlin

027 433 8025

Pip Sutton

027 224 9524

Top Sales for February

Feature Properties

Marie Malone

027 489 8349

Eddie Spry and

Matt Clayton

Ferrymead Office

Eddie Spry

021 156 5884

What’s your career

plan for 2020?

Eleanor Corston

027 435 2415

Molly Ferdinand

027 594 7427

Join our team

27 Moncks Spur Road, Redcliffs

- Mark Gardner -

We are recruiting new or experienced salespeople now for 2020.

Come and talk to us now about your future in Real Estate.

Ray White Ferrymead is a company that prides itself on family values

and community involvement. Here’s an opportunity for you to be part

of an established and experienced team of real estate professionals

working in the hillside and coastal suburbs of Christchurch.

Call now in confidence

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first home buyer wasn’t completely confident with

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what I was doing, she explained the process to me

and made it seem easier.”

About Matt Clayton:

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News

Spotlight on boat emissions and activity

in Lyttelton and Akaroa harbours

Environment

Canterbury’s

regional

harbourmaster

Jim Dilley puts

a spotlight

on vessel

emissions and

activity in the Bay Harbour

area

ENVIRONMENT Canterbury

has recently received several

inquiries about atmospheric

emissions from vessels in

Akaroa and Lyttelton harbours,

including those from the Banks

Peninsula Community Board.

With this sort of communitywide

interest, we want to share

all relevant information, including

the rules and practices in use,

with as many people as possible.

What are the current rules?

As a regional council, we

are not in a position to set the

law that controls atmospheric

discharges from vessels – it is for

central government to do that.

In fact, the Government has

announced plans to introduce

regulations for the prevention of

air pollution from vessels by late

2021.

The proposed legislation is

based on international regulations

(MARPOL Annex VI) that

already apply to most foreign

vessels that visit New Zealand.

Compliance with MARPOL Annex

VI is achieved by using lowsulphur

fuel or fitting an exhaust

cleaning system known as a

‘scrubber’ to reduce emissions to

EMISSIONS: Vessel emissions have been highlighted by Environment Canterbury’s regional

harbourmaster Jim Dilley.

PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES

a level equivalent to those from

low-sulphur fuel.

Vessels visiting Canterbury are

generally flagged to countries

where Annex VI applies.

This means that these vessels

are either burning a low-sulphur

fuel or using scrubbers when

visiting Akaroa or other areas.

We have issued guidance to

vessels to help them to ensure

they comply with all legislation

regarding both emissions and

discharges.

A copy of that advice is

available on the Environment

Canterbury website www.

ecan.govt.nz/do-it-online/

harbourmasters-office/

commercial-shipping/cruiseships

What role do scrubbers play?

Broadly, there are two types of

exhaust scrubber:

•Closed-loop scrubbers – these

use a closed system that retains

all wash water and contaminates

onboard the vessel for proper

disposal ashore at approved

facilities.

•Open-loop scrubbers – these

use a system that discharges

wash water to sea, which may

have a secondary system to

remove contaminants from discharged

wash water.

The use of scrubbers does not

mean there will be no visible

emissions from a vessel; scrubbers

remove some, but not all,

contaminants. The mechanism

used by scrubbers to remove

contaminants may include the

use of water droplets being

sprayed into the exhaust gas.

This helps remove the contaminants,

but also produces

steam which may be visible when

it exits from a vessel’s funnel

along with exhaust.

Some open-loop scrubbers

remove contaminants from the

exhaust and then discharge the

contaminates to sea.

Again, while regional

councils are not able to enact

laws preventing this type of

discharge while the vessel is

moving, we do inform operators

that our communities expect

vessels to use a system that

removes contaminants from any

discharge to sea.

In addition, where a vessel is

at anchor or in a port, the use

of open-loop scrubbers is not

permitted.

Is air quality a problem in

Akaroa or Lyttelton?

Finally, a note of reassurance;

we have conducted detailed

studies of air quality at

Lyttleton and found that it

is comfortably within World

Health Organisation and

national guidelines – in spite of

significantly greater shipping,

rail and road traffic than is the

case in Akaroa.

Given this, we can also be

confident there are no issues

in Akaroa related to air quality

from vessels.

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Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

Your Local Views

Readers have their say on

the recent articles on the

360 Trail group’s proposal

to build a pathway beside

the Bromley oxidation

ponds and the effect this

may have on birds.

Spenser Holmes – I read

with interest your article regarding

the proposed pathway near

the migratory birds in the estuary.

It seems to me that the answer

is blatantly clear, redirect the

pathway away from the birds.

Apparently there is an alternate

route.

The city council report puts the

risk to the birds as low to moderate.

Moderate sounds scary and

low is even too darn high in a

world where biodiversity is on the

run and even the city council has

declared for a climate emergency.

The 360 trail people are thinking

like dinosaurs, it is a new

world out there and any nonessential

disturbance of nature

isn’t on. Having a pathway by the

water isn’t essential, nice maybe

but not essential. Maintaining

the health and viability of the

migratory birds is essential.

As for the city council, my oh

my, not a lick of commonsense

there. Didn’t the fact that the estuary

is part of an internationally

recognised flyway register the

fact that extreme care was necessary

when planning the route of

the pathway, obviously not?

Emma Lynch – I find it

difficult to believe that the

proposed 360 walkway will have

a low to moderate ecological

effect.

Having witnessed the coastal

pathway remove the tern’s

roosting area, wading birds

no longer feeding up to the

estuary edge due to human

disturbance and dogs now being

exercised in the estuary bed,

it is astonishing that the 360

interest group proposes that they

are able to mitigate against any

environmental effects of another

walkway.

Many of the birds in the

estuary are already deemed at

risk or declining.

We need to be protecting this

fragile estuary ecosystem, and

maybe, in this case, leaving

footprints is just too damaging.

THE BLACK oystercatcher or

toreapango with its bright orange

bill, red eye and orange eye

ring is the “cousin’ of the pied

oystercatcher, which are black

and white. They are only found

in New Zealand, adding to the

importance of a healthy estuary

to ensure their survival.

Like its cousin, this everhungry

bird, eats day and night

and can be seen on the mudflats

busily ‘jogging to and fro’ looking

for cockles, crabs and marine

worms.

Having adapted somewhat to

our urban environment it also

feeds on earthworms and grubs

in the Linwood Paddocks and the

McCormacks Bay sport field.

They like their nest simple;

making a small indent in dirt,

dunes or on the beach among a

few sticks or a little vegetation.

This method makes eggs and

chicks extremely easy victims

from human activities such as

walkers, four-wheel-drive vehicles

and motor-cycles. They will

BIRDS OF THE ESTUARY

Tanya Jenkins is the manager of the Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust, a nonprofit

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.

Hungry bird eats night and day

try to defend their nest fiercely

though, so if you see a pair of

black oystercatchers running

around erratically or even flying

up in the air just above you making

a lot of noise, then know that

they are protecting eggs or chicks

– so please, walk away and stay

well clear of them.

Last year just over 130 of these

birds have been counted in and

around our estuary which, like

with many other bird species

in and around our estuary, is a

DECLINING:

The black

oystercatcher

eats day and

night and can

be seen on the

mudflats looking

for cockles,

crabs and marine

worms. PHOTO:

BRIAN BETTS ​

vast number of the entire world

population.

Sadly, numbers are declining,

so how can we help these birds

thrive? Keep dogs on the lead

when walking near the estuary as

to not disturb them while feeding

or resting.

Do not gather shellfish from

the mudflats as we need to ensure

large numbers of cockles are

present for the birds.

Gathering also disturbs the

birds from feeding.

COVID-19

Coronavirus

Help protect yourself and your

whānau with simple tips like

washing and drying your hands

thoroughly with soap and water.

Your health is in your hands.

For more info and tips on staying

well visit health.govt.nz/COVID-19


Wednesday March 18 2020

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 11

March 2020

COVID-19

Coronavirus

How is COVID-19 spread?

What is COVID-19?

COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a type

of coronavirus. There are simple steps you can take to protect you and your family/whānau.

How is it spread?

COVID-19, like the flu, can be spread from person to person. When a person who

has COVID-19 coughs, sneezes or talks, they may spread droplets containing the virus

a short distance, which quickly settle on surrounding surfaces.

You may get infected by the virus if you touch those surfaces or objects and then

touch your mouth, nose or eyes.

That’s why it’s really important to use good hygiene, regularly wash and thoroughly

dry your hands, and use good cough etiquette.

What can I do to stop COVID-19 spreading?

•Cough or sneeze into your elbow or by covering your mouth and nose with tissues.

•Put used tissues in the bin or a bag immediately.

•Wash your hands with soap and water often (for at least 20 seconds).

•Try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell.

•Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.

•Avoid personal contact, such as kissing, sharing cups or food with sick people.

•Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects, such as doorknobs.

•Stay home if you feel unwell and call Healthline on 0800 358 5453.

Visit health.govt.nz/COVID-19 for more information.

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Wednesday March 18 2020

Ferrymead

Tip-off on two fronts for new carwash owner

arlotte

WE ARE ON THE

MOVE AGAIN...

We will keep you informed as to our

new address.

If you would lIke advIce

and treatment wIth:

• Women’s health • Children’s & teenage health & wellbeing

• Older persons health • Lifestyle advice

We welcome all new • Warrant patients

of fitness checks for men and women

On the day service…whenever • Helping patients possible manage long term medical problems

• Removal of skin lesions • Sports medicine • Vasectomies

WE OFFER ADvICE AND • TREATMENT Occupational and FOR: company medicine • Drug testing

• Women’s health • Children’s and teenage health and wellbeing

• Older persons health • Stopping • smoking Pre-employment support • Sports medicals medicine • Stopping smoking support

• Lifestyle advice • Travel vaccinations • Drug testing • Travel vaccinations

MEDICAL

C E N T R E

rrymead

DICAL

e n t r e

TO A NEW LOCATION IN

FERRYMEAD, DUE TO

EARTHQUAKE REPAIRS

Dene and Carolyn Robinson are thrilled with their new business.

The popular Espresso Carwash in

Ferrymead has a new owner. Dene

Robinson took over the business just

a few weeks ago, bringing a range of

experience to his new venture. His

resumé includes working in both the

has joined the team at

Ferrymead Medical Centre

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DR SIMON MORLEY

• Warrant of fitness checks for men and women • Pre-employment medicals

• Occupational and company medicine • Removal of skin lesions

Gort

• Helping patients manage long term medical problems

New patients welcome Ph. 384 5484

Ferrymead

public sector – most recently with DOC,

and in a commercial environment, and

now for the first time he has added

business ownership to the list.

“I decided last year that I wanted to do

something different in 2020,” Dene says.

FERRYMEAD MEDICAL CENTRE

providing high quality care to you and your family

ferrymead

medIcal centre

Unit 10, 2 Waterman Place, Ferrymead, Christchurch

Phone 03 384 5484 | www.ferrymeadmc.co.nz

Open Monday to Friday 8.30am-5.30pm

1025 ferry rd (Behind The Sails)

faX 384-6434

Mon to Fri 8.30am-5.30pm

“I’ve always enjoyed being in and around

cars. I looked at a few different types of

business options. I wanted something

with a customer base as I enjoy seeing

their satisfaction afterwards.

“With Espresso Carwash I liked the idea

of a service that offers a well-finished

job and helps people take pride in their

vehicles through having a professional

carwash and grooming service. By

providing well-groomed, detailed

vehicles we are adding value for our

customers.”

For Dene, a key benefit of taking on the

business was the two highly experienced

staff that came with it – Nav, who has

been there for six years and Thomas,

who has been there for nine years.

“They are highly skilled at what they

do and take great pride in providing a

professional grooming service for our

customers,” Dene says.

His wife Carolyn is also involved with

Espresso Carwash Ferrymead, as well

as teaching at St Margaret’s College,

and the two are enjoying starting out in

business together.

Becoming a business owner has not

been the only highlight of the new year

for Dene, he has also been appointed

head coach for the Alloyfold Canterbury

Wildcats, the premier women’s

basketball team, which competes in the

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NBL. He has been coaching basketball

since 1990, coaching women’s basketball

for a number of years and was previously

involved with the Canterbury Rams.

Espresso Carwash Ferrymead is one of

17 franchises in New Zealand, with six in

Christchurch. There is a range of services

available at different price points,

depending on what the customer wants

done. Bookings can be made by phone

or online, but walk-ins are welcome

too, Dene says. The busiest times are

10am to around 3pm, so bookings are

advisable during those times.

The service takes around half an hour

depending on the service, and the

customer is sent a text when it is

complete. There is also a customer

loyalty programme.

Espresso Carwash Ferrymead groomers extraordinaire

Thomas and Nav.

Drive in or

book online

Opening hours are 8.30am-5pm Monday

to Saturday, and they may be extended to

Sunday, Dene says.

Espresso Carwash Ferrymead is located

on the corner of Ferry Road and

Waterman Place, phone (03) 384 6061,

website www.espressocarwash.co.nz.

Ferrymead

NOW

OPEN

+ Prescription Services

+ Medicine Management

+ Vaccinations

+ Smoking Cessation

+ Weight Management

+ Natural Health

+ Cosmetics

+ Fragrances

+ Gifts

We offer a complete range of

pharmacy services and solutions

to help enhance the health and

wellbeing of you and your family.

Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 5:30pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Phone: (03) 376 4232

Email: unichemferrymead@xtra.co.nz

www.unichem.co.nz

Shop 11, 2 Waterman Place, Ferrymead

Phone (03) 348 4038

DENE ROBINSON

PROUD OWNER ESPRESSO CARWASH

“We take pride in every car we clean and every customer we serve.

We’d love you to try us out.”

WHY A PROFESSIONAL 100% HAND WASH IS THE BEST WASH

• We shine, not scratch

• Every inch of the car cleaned

• Remove stubborn stains like tar

• No more pet hair

• Worn leather restoration service available

• Interiors can smell like new again

• Chamois & cotton towel dry for perfect finish

FERRYMEAD

Corner Ferry Rd & Waterman Place

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Redcliffs Residents’ Association

ecology talk

Tuesday, 7.30pm

Redcliffs Eco-Village chairman

Dave Bryce will be talking about

the ecology of the area, and the

volunteer restoration work at

Drayton Reserve, at a meeting

held by the Redcliffs Residents’

Association. All residents are

considered members of the

association and are welcome to

go along.

Redcliffs Function Centre,

9 James St

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

Sumner Bridge Club

Monday, 7:15pm, Wednesday,

1pm

For fun and competitive bridge

join Sumner’s friendly club. If

you have any questions email

sumnerbridgeclub@gmail.com

57 Dryden St, Sumner

Mt Pleasant Farmers’ Market

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm

The community-owned

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market brings you wonderful,

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information, phone co-ordinator,

Di, on 020 4195 4639.

3 McCormacks Bay Rd

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. A

‘community’ class is held on

Friday evenings and a beginners’

class on Tuesday evenings. Phone

Frances for more information on

027 698 0057.

St Johns Anglican Church, 2 St

Johns St

Tea and Talk

Monday, 10.30am

Enjoy good coffee and lots of

laughter with a friendly group of

residents.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

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. 9.30am until noon

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Loopy Tunes Preschool Music

Tuesday, 9.30am in Sumner

and 10.30am in Redcliffs

Children can have fun singing,

using props and learning actions.

$2 per session.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre at 9.30am and Redcliffs

Uniting Church hall, 2 Augusta St

at 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 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

Ferrymead

Life as a Casketeer

What the Business of Death Can Teach the

Living by Francis Tipene, Kaiora Tipene

Stars of the hit television series The Casketeers, Francis

and Kaiora Tipene aren’t your typical funeral directors.

With their famous humour and big-hearted personalities,

the TVNZ and Netflix reality TV stars are changing the way

we think about death and grief.

Life as a Casketeer reveals how Francis and Kaiora grew up

in families that had few possessions but were rich with love and tikanga, and

how they came to work in their often misunderstood profession. It’s also a

book about the Maori world view and traditional funeral customs. The Tipenes

make death feel less mysterious and life feel more precious.

But most of all, Life as a Casketeer is a love story - for whanau, for culture

and for each other. It is full of joy and sorrow, tears and laughter.

The Darkest Shore

by Karen Brooks

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

charge for this service.

Thursday at Little River

Library and Saturday at Matuku

Takotako: Sumner Centre

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

The independent women of Scotland stand up to a witch hunt, male fury and

the power of the Church in a battle for survival in this compelling historical

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Returning to her home town of Pittenweem, fishwife and widow Sorcha

McIntyre knows she faces both censure and mistrust. After all, this is a

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It is dangerous to be a clever woman who ‘doesn’t know her place’ in

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If you are nervous

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gain confidence by

practising speaking,

listening, learning

and laughing – in

a warm, friendly

non-threatening

environment at

Mt Pleasant Yacht

Club, 21 Main Rd on

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9pm. For information,

email shoreline@

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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

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Tasty Bites

Roasted snapper makes miso happy

• By Ian Knott

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1 Tbsp white miso paste

25g softened unsalted butter

2 180g skinless snapper fillets

1 tsp sesame oil

2 small red chillies, thinly sliced,

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1 Tbsp soy sauce

1 Tbsp peanut oil

2 bunches broccolini, halved

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150g enoki mushrooms, stalks

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1 tsp sesame seeds

Juice of ½ lime

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Sedan boosts Toyota Corolla load space

TOYOTA NEW Zealand is

pulling no punches marketing its

Corolla range.

Not only are there a handful of

new variants within the range -

bearing in mind the latest generation

series landed here just over

two years ago - but a fresh pricing

structure makes for value-packed

buying across sedan, hatchback

and wagon options.

I recently evaluated the new

wagon and remarked on its

value at just below $30k; another

newcomer is the SX sedan and it

is the subject of this evaluation. It

is also value at $32,990, and to be

honest if I was a buyer I couldn’t

choose between the two, I particularly

like wagons and sedans,

and both have special appeal,

although the sedan with its 2-litre

engine against 1.8-litre for the

wagon may just tip the balance.

And SX grade is certainly for

me, it translates to cloth interior

trim, but it also has plenty of other

goodies to keep me happy in the

cabin such as sat nav, paddle shifters,

and radar cruise control. The

latter is part of the Toyota Sense

suite of safety kit that is fitted

throughout the Corolla range and

it is state-of-the-art, easily earning

a five-star Australasian New Car

Assessment Program rating.

A totally new platform was developed

for the latest generation

Corolla, and it formed the basis

for the extensive array of body

styles that all sit on a complex

fully independent suspension system.

This draws me to the range,

I like the idea of all four corners

working in their own way and

with the spring and damper rates

set to a medium compromise the

Corolla sedan feels sporty and

well attached to the road.

In saying that, the SX variant

rides on 205/55 x 16in Dunlop

rubber, there’s nothing wrong

with the handling and the tyres

are very quiet, but if I was a

buyer I think I’d opt for an 18in

wheel which is standard on other

Corolla models, they would offer

a lot more presence.

There are no surprises under

the bonnet, well there are in some

ways, the new sedan is available

as a hybrid as well.

However, the SX is solely reliant

on petrol power, its 2-litre engine

is now well-established into the

Corolla hatch and sedan, and it

is a no-nonsense unit with power

figures of 125kW and 200Nm, the

outputs realised at 6600rpm and

4100rpm respectively.

While the latter would appear

to make the engine peaky, that’s

not the case, the engine is happy

to work low down, and with its

TOYOTA COROLLA SEDAN: Huge boot space.

pairing to a continuously variable

transmission the engine finds its

happy place through the midrange.

Toyota have worked hard

with the CVT system, it now works

almost like a traditional torque

converter automatic with physical

gears, it is a 10-step system and can

be locked into any pre-set step by

sequentially using the main gearshift

lever or paddles.

As an aside, there’s also a sport

mode which heightens engine

urgency and adjusts the way the

ratio works so that acceleration

can be ushered in just that little

bit quicker. Toyota claims a 9.2sec

standstill to 100km/h time, while

by my stopwatch a 5.4sec 80km/h

to 120km/h overtaking time can

be achieved.

These figures relate to brisk

motoring, the beauty of a 2-litre

engine is that it’s not working

hard, the sedan weighs in at

around 1300kg, which means a

healthy power-to-weight ratio.

That also means the engine isn’t

working hard for the majority

of the time and that translates

to respectable fuel usage figures.

Toyota also claims a six-litre per

100km combined cycle average.

That correlates well with the fuel

usage display within the car, it

was constantly listing around

7.1l/100km with 5l/100km showing

instantaneously at 100km/h.

What makes the fuel usage figures

so appealing is that I evaluated

the Corolla sedan on one of

the hottest days of Christchurch’s

summer. Normally, I never use air

conditioning, but with temperatures

hovering around 35 deg C I

had the air on most of the time.

Combining good performance

and economy isn’t achieved easily,

but given the Corolla’s long

history that’s something Toyota

has been able to work on over the

years, it is wonderfully efficient,

yet all models feel feisty and

there’s just that element of sporty

appeal that will lure those who

like to push along a bit when the

• Price – Toyota Corolla SX

sedan, $32,990

• Dimensions – Length,

4630mm; width, 1780mm;

height, 1435mm

• Configuration – Fourcylinder,

front-wheeldrive,

1987cc, 125kW,

200Nm, continuously

variable automatic.

• Performance –

0-100km/h, 9.2sec

• Fuel usage – 6l/100km

open road beckons.

It’s also nice to know that when

the long straights run out there

is a chassis underneath that is

capable of dealing with the twists

and turns without affecting the

level of comfort we have come to

expect from one of the automotive

world’s most successful

nameplates.

For the record, Toyota lists the

sedan’s boot space with a load capacity

of 470-litres, that compares

to 294-litres for the hatch and

390-litres for the wagon. Interesting

figures which will certainly

get those who are looking for

load space scratching their heads.

Toyota is pushing hard the

hybrid message, however, there’s

still a lot of life left in petrol only

engines only. The Corolla in all

forms is a fuel miser and I’d find

it a difficult choice to choose

between either.

However, the SX sedan

certainly captures my attention

for its honesty and all round

appeal.


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Christchurch

Garden Festival

2020 Programme

There’s something for everyone at Grow Ō Tautahi

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Along with the amazing programme of workshops and activities, you’ll

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Christchurch

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Terra Viva Workshops & Presentations

Rose Pruning by Peter Worsp Fri 9:30am, Sun 1:30pm

Preserving Surplus by Juliet Worsp Fri 10:30am, Sun 2:30pm

Regenerative farming principles at home by Erin Crampton Fri 11:30am

Studio Home Panel: Ask An Expert Fri 12:30pm

House Plants by Moffatt’s Flower Company Fri 1:30pm, Sat 12:30pm, Sun 9:30am

Microgreens by Laughing Pukeko Fri 2:30pm, Sat, 1:30pm, Sun 10:30am

Botanic Gardens

March 20–22

Garden Design by Dan Rutherford Fri 3:30pm

Environmental Lawn Care by Roger Morgan Fri 10:30am, Sun 12:30pm

Studio Home Panel: You’ve bought a house with a garden - now what? Fri 11:30am

Kokedama Art by Magic Moss Sat 2:30pm, Sun 11:30am

Studio Home Panel: From beginner to a backyard of blooms Sat 3:30pm

MacRae Landscape Design Cooking Demonstration

Daniel Jenkins from Kaikōura Cheese Fri 11:00am

2020

Alex Davies from Gatherings/Alfred Fri 12:00pm

Simon Levy from Inati Fri 1:00pm

Flip Grater & Katie Duncan from Grater Goods Fri 2:00pm

Outdoor Kitchens and Edible Gardens with Davinia Sutton

and MacRae Landscape Design Fri & Sun 3:00pm, Sat 10:00am

Jackie Hendricks from Asiatique Sat 11:00am

Fleur Sullivan from Fleurs Place Sat 12:00pmv

Jonny Schwass - Ilex & Good Company Sat 1:00pm

Simo from Simo’s & Mosaic Cafe Sat 2:00pm

Meadow Mushrooms “Kids in the Kitchen” Sat 3:00pm

Jamie Bennett from Story Restaurant Sun 11:00am

Eeva Torvinen from The Monday Room Sun 12:00pm

Margo & Rosa - Two Raw Sisters Sun 1:00pm

Giulio Sturla - ex Roots Sun 2:00pm

Science of Food

Growing food of the future by AgResearch Fri 10:00am, Sat 1:30am

Ruud Kleinpaste (the “Bug Man”) Fri 11:00am

Ministry of Primary Industries: Energy Demonstration Farm Fri 12:00pm

Getting growing - Propagation 101 by Lincoln University Fri 1:00pm

Grow mahinga kai by Environment Canterbury Fri 2:00pm, Sat 10:30am, Sun 2:30pm

Test your food senses by Lincoln University Sat 11:30am

To plant or not to plant by Lincoln University Sun 11:30am

Growing food of the future by AgResearch Sun 1:30pm

Cancelled

We’ll be back in 2021.

Thank you to all our supporters!

Guided walks

The Icon Native Garden Fri, Sat & Sunday 10:30am

The Icon Native Garden (Chinese Language Tour) Sat & Sun 10:45am

Big Trees Fri, Sat & Sun 11:00am

Big Trees (Chinese Language Tour) Sat & Sun 11:45am

The Gondwana Section Fri, Sat & Sun 11:30am

Commemorative Trees Fri, Sat, Sun 1:00pm

Conservatories Fri, Sat & Sun 1:30pm

The Rock Garden Fri & Sat 2:00pm

Treetech Kids Zone

Maria Romero - The Butterfly Musketeer Sat & Sun 11:00am & 1:00pm

For more information on what’s on go to GrowOtautahi.org.nz

Subject to change without notice.

Free entry

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