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Historic landfill sites pose

risk to rivers and sea

Fears of

another

Fox Glacier

• By Louis Day

NINE CLOSED landfills

across Christchurch filled with

“unknown materials” could be

vulnerable to releasing waste

into rivers and the sea.

The historic

landfills are

located in

low-lying

coastal areas

or near rivers,

leaving them

at risk of being

Tanya

Jenkins

compromised

by flooding,

erosion, storm

surge and

increased river flows. They are

also unsealed and unlined, failing

to meet modern standards.

In addition to the nine across

the city, there are also six landfills

which pose a similar risk on

Banks Peninsula.

The city council is currently

investigating and monitoring

CONCERN: There are fears historic landfill sites like this one in McCormacks Bay could end up as an ecological

disaster like the Fox Glacier landfill did last year.

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the sites.

A number of the of the sites

are located around the Avon

Heathcote Estuary.

Avon Heathcote Estuary Ihutai

Trust manager Tanya Jenkins

fears this could lead to a similar

disaster to what happened at Fox

Glacier, Westland.

In March last year, an

old landfill site burst open

following torrential rain and

flooding, littering the Fox River

and coastline with rubbish.

“All it takes is a major storm

and continuing erosion and we

could see a situation similar to

Fox Glacier,” Jenkins said.

City council manager of

resource recovery Ross Trotter

said the city council will be

attempting to identify the

“unknown materials” within

the sites. • Turn to page 4

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News

Historic landfills didn’t

have modern standards

• From page 1

He said it was part of the city

council’s ongoing management

and monitoring strategy. It would

also prioritise projects to mitigate

against the impacts of climate

change on the old landfills.

Trotter said the excavation of

the at-risk landfills and disposal

of them into modern ones was a

possibility and would be assessed

on a case by case basis. He added

that the costs of this approach

were likely to be “significant.”

He explained how historic

landfill practices have given rise

to this situation.

“These sites were not lined with

a barrier liner or capped with

an engineered layer as would be

expected today,” he said.

“This means that waste materials

deposited in these landfills was not

managed with modern standards

and could therefore be more vulnerable

to release of contaminants

into the environment.

Trotter said materials such as

metals, general municipal waste,

building waste and industrial

wastes were all commonly disposed

of in these landfills up until

the establishment of modern

Care &

Compassion

We pride ourselves on the

very highest level of service

PLAN APPROVED: The city council is planning to spend

nearly $1.5 million shoring up the old Bexley landfill to

prevent further erosion.

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regulations.

In these situations, hazardous

substances like asbestos can also

be an issue he said.

The 15 potentially at risk sites include

the old Bexley Landfill which

is set to have nearly $1.5 million

spent on it to prevent further erosion

happening to its shoreline.

University of Otago associate

geography professor Mike Hilton

said the landfill sites posed a

threat to the environment and

recreational areas.

“Some of the rubbish dumped

could be toxic, like leftover farm

chemicals, industrial waste, who

knows? The Ocean Beach domain

landfill in Dunedin, for example,

contains asbestos and a range

of things you don’t want kiddies

walking over,” he said.

Hilton said this was a nationwide

issue.

“This started to be recognised

as a national issue after the Fox

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Glacier incident last year where

a lot of waste was exposed and

spread along the coast,” he said.

Residents in the West Coast are

still finding rubbish on beaches

after a flood ripped open the Fox

Glacier landfill.

After the old landfill split open,

volunteers, Defence Force staff

and DOC workers removed more

than 13,000 bags of rubbish,

while the Westland District

Council temporarily reinforced

the landfill with mesh and rocks.

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Top lifeguard to use award to

Luke Smith is

Canterbury’s lifeguard

of the year. Matt

Slaughter caught up

with the 21-year-old

about working fulltime

as a lifeguard at

Taylors Mistake Surf Life

Saving Club and his

goals to inspire future

generations of surf

lifesavers

How long have you been surf

lifesaving and why did you start

in the first place?

I’m kind of like a secondgeneration

clubby. My dad [Chris

Smith] was involved when he

was growing up and I kind of

followed in his footsteps. Then

it’s obviously [been] years of

giving back volunteer time to our

local community, then gaining

qualifications to pass on to

lifeguards I work with.

How old were you when you

started surf lifesaving and why is

it important for people to learn

water safety at a young age?

Probably four-years-old.

I think it’s really important

especially in Christchurch, where

everyone lives so close to the

beach. For the juniors, it’s a lot

better with water safety and how

to be safe around the water and

those lessons on rules to kind of

follow when you’re at the beach.

COMMITTED: Luke Smith from Taylors Mistake Surf Life Saving Club is Canterbury’s lifeguard

of the year.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

Tell me more about your

family’s involvement in surf

lifesaving and how they

inspired you to start?

My dad’s been involved since he

was a youth and then mum [Lynn

Smith] has coached since my sister

[Maia Smith] started and then my

sister’s still involved now.

They’re all members of

Waimairi Surf Lifesaving Club.

Dad was involved when he was

growing up throughout. Then,

when my sister started to show

interest, they got back involved.

Dad ran the juniors at the

club for around 12 years and is

now a life member of the club.

So his give-back to the club and

the region has been huge and

he’s definitely still involved

today.

What have been some of your

most memorable days or rescues

as a lifeguard?

There’s probably one three

summers ago. We had a day where

we just were faced with lots of

rescues in a short span of time.

What stuck out, really, was the

teamwork of everyone around

us, not only the lifeguards on the

beach but the other lifeguards

that were just at the beach

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got involved. You don’t really

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It was pretty non-stop for a bit

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Explain to me the feeling of

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Obviously you’ve got the

adrenaline going into it, so you

feel quite good, but that’s why

we do our training and that’s

why we’re at the beach doing that

every night – so when we’re faced

with those situations we can

treat them as well as we can.

How do people usually react

after being rescued?

It’s different for each person

and obviously the severity of

each rescue on how they react

to it. Most people are really

thankful and that’s why we train

and do what we do, is to make

sure people are safe when those

situations occur.

If we’ve got that time with

the patient afterwards [it’s]

just educating them on,

potentially, what caused them to

get in that trouble. So if they’re

faced with situations in the

future [they know] how to deal

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share knowledge with others

What does it mean to be

Sunshine Coast. I earned my

named Canterbury’s lifeguard

ACTIVE: Luke lifeguard award over there, but

of the year?

Smith has been I’m really happy in my position in

It’s great to be recognised in

surf lifesaving Christchurch at the moment. So,

an organisation where all the

since he was for now, I’m happy to help out the

lifeguards around are volunteering

about four years local community as much as I can.

their own time. It’s obviously a

old.

What are some of the perks

great honour but I don’t want it

that come with being a young

to take away from all the work

lifeguard?

everybody else is doing.

That’s probably one of the

What sort of work did you put

awesome parts about surf

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work with too.

What opportunities could

winning the award lead to?

I guess it’s showing new

members coming through what’s

available and then assisting them

down those pathways to reach

their best.

There are so many opportunities

and I think that’s the great part

particularly about Surf Lifesaving

New Zealand. There are so many

different avenues depending on

what your skill set is and what your

interests are.

What do you enjoy about

being a member of Taylors

Mistake Surf Life Saving Club?

It’s such an awesome office and

you’ve got so many environments

around you that you’ve got to deal

with. So, for us as lifeguards, it’s

really good to use our skills and

find those best swimming areas

that ensure public safety.

It’s just such a nice place to go,

so not a bad place to spend your

summer.

It’s such a nice, close-knit

community over there, so to

be able to give back to that

community is really cool.

What are your hobbies outside

of surf lifesaving?

I’ve played water polo for plenty

of years and then, obviously,

surfing and just being around the

water is what I like to do.

I represented the Canterbury

men’s [water polo] team and the

New Zealand schoolboys [team].

How has playing water polo

helped you in your role as a

lifeguard?

They kind of go hand in hand

quite well because, with the water

polo season being over the winter,

it’s a great way to keep your fitness

up. Being in the water and having

to use different skills really adapts

over the two sports really well.

What are your favourite

beaches in New Zealand?

In terms of Christchurch, it’s

pretty cool to be able to surf at

Taylors. We go to Gore Bay quite

a bit too.

What are your goals for the

future in terms of surf lifesaving?

It’s continuing to empower

those volunteers and provide

and show the pathways of what’s

available for them.

It’s so cool to see those younger

ones coming through and

kind of finding their feet and

assisting them in areas where

they’re able to gain extra skills

or extra knowledge through Surf

Lifesaving New Zealand.

Not only is it myself winning

this award but it’s developing

younger guards and even

experienced guards coming

through. Working with them and

instructing them on how they

can get better.

Have you had lifeguard

experience overseas and do you

plan on doing this again in the

future?

Over the summer, I spent a

month in Maroochydore on the

keeping safe at the beach?

When patrols are on, the main

thing [is] swim between the flags.

Us as lifeguards, we know the

place pretty well, so, obviously,

when we go and set up our

patrols we put the flags in the

best area of the beach possible

and they’re there for a reason.

For any kids swimming,

particularly, it’s making sure that

they’ve got someone with them.

It’s just that never swim or

surf alone mentality of always

having someone with you, so if

something does occur, at least

you’ve got someone out there.

Have you watched Baywatch

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the show?

Not really. It was before I

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Peninsula projects to

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NATIVE BUSH, native

species and waterways look

set to benefit from more

than $100,000 allocated

to four community-led

projects across Banks

Peninsula.

The projects secured Immediate

Steps Biodiversity

funding with the support

of the Banks Pennisula

Water Zone Committee.

Mt Herbert Station will

get $40,000 over the next

two years to protect two

regenerating native bush

stream gullies.

More than 25ha of gorse

and kanuka dominated

gullies will be fenced and

then protected using a

QEII National Trust covenant.

The gullies have wetlands,

native vegetation

and coastal forests. The

project connects to other

neighbouring covenants

to create native cover from

the top of Mt Herbert to

Diamond Harbour.

The Stencliffe protection

project will get $38,500 to

fence and protect a section

of Pigeon Bay Stream.

The 12ha regeneration

project will be on a sheep

and beef farm bordering

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are patches of forest and

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Stencliffe landowners

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that will strengthen the

farm environment while

protecting water quality,

biodiversity and bird

habitat.

With fencing and a

covenant through Banks

Peninsula Conservation

Trust, “another part of

Banks Peninsula’s precious

forest will be protected”,

Jane Eaton said.

The Thelning protection

project will receive $16,440

to fence and protect the

forested stream in Okains

Bay. The Christchurch

City Council’s Biodiversity

Fund has also contributed

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project.

Just under 3ha of land

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Banks Peninsula Conservation

Trust covenant.

The landowners have one

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Landowners Cynthia

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The Goughs Bay Hayley

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$15,435 over the next two

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The council’s Biodiversity

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The gullies provide

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she played in as a child.

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was by grazing, I wanted

to protect them so they

can fulfil their fullest

abundance and beauty.”

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Benita Wakefield said the

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of the collective effort to

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Election 2020

Votes pledged across major parties

Successive polls

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government is formed

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Day took the pulse in

our region’s electorates

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is that which voters take into the

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stone.

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for thought over the past few

weeks. Successive polls suggest

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new government but candidates

of all shades are doing all they

can to sway the vote their way.

This is acute in the new-look

Banks Peninsula electorate. The

old Port Hills electorate lost

Halswell and parts of Bromley,

and added Banks Peninsula to

manage large changes in population

in the Christchurch and

Selwyn.

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electorate more marginal. It was

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WORK HAS started to remove

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stored at Naval Point.

The city council was contacted

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2019 about the pontoons

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IT WAS a strange feeling for

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Affectionately known as

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Serving his community every

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“It’s an honour to receive that

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He started volunteering when

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In spite of “not being one of

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50s, followed by the officer’s

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“I was the principal corrections

officer at Christchurch

Men’s Prison for 18 years, and

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Frost was grateful for the level

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His biggest supporter, though,

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He was looking forward to

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wife, playing “a bit of golf,” and

to travel around the country.

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313 8156

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Catherine Bracegirdle

DipABRSM ATCL AIRMT

12 Ridgeway Pl, Richmond Hill, Sumner

PH. 021 044 5102

www.pianoandtheory.co.nz

catherine.bracegirdle@gmail.com

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To Let

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Trades & Services

BUILDER

AVAILABLE

LPB, 35 years exp

Extensions,

Renovations,

Bathrooms,

Maintenance.

Phone Darrell

0274 955 688

Landscape

and Garden

Services

Need help with

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We provide a quality

service for all your

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line trimming, weeding)

and Landscaping needs,

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Ph 021 272 0303

HARBOURSIDE

FIRES

CHIMNEY

SWEEPING

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Maintenance

Bird Protection

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027 428 9026

328 9990

Keeping the home

fires burning

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for display cabin locations

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Trades & Services

AWSOM ROOFS

24/7

MOSS

TREATMENT

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• Oamaru StOne

• Driveway

• PathS

• hOuSe

• General exterior

wash Down

• tidy up

Ph: 027 561 4629

Kevin

BRICKLAYER

George Lockyer. Over

40 years bricklaying

experience. UK trained.

Insurance work, EQC

repairs. Heritage

brickwork & stonework

a speciality. No job too

small. Governers Bay.

Home 329 9344. Cell

027 684 4046. E mail

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BUILDING

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timber, brick, concrete,

tree care, welding,

painting, gutters, fences &

anything else. 20 yrs exp.

Lyttelton based, ph Mark

027 4370 048

Trades & Services

Atkinson Construction Ltd

• Local qualified licensed builder

• Over 30 years experience

• Building alterations

• Maintenance

• No job too big or small

Dean: 021 480 093

atkinsonconstruction@xtra.co.nz

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Affordable Concrete

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removal work. Free quote.

No job to small. Phone 027

442-2219, Fax 359-6052

a/h 359- 4605

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Experienced & registered.

Expert in all home

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maintenance. Call James

027 4401715

ELECTRICIAN

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25 years experience.

Specialize in home

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maintenance. Call Andrew

0274 331 183

ELECTRICIAN

Hickey Electrical.

Reasonable rates, no

call out charge. www.

electricnz.com Ph Jason

021 260 3426

HANDYMAN

& RENOVATIONS

Call Mt Pleasant Home

Maintenance 022 475

8227

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painting, renovations

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maintenance & more. Ph

Greg on 022 475 8227

PAINTING SERVICES

Mature, reliable,

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Call Ron 027 434-1400

STONEMASON

Featurework, walls,

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Keeping the locals happy

for over 20 years. Ph Tim

Williams 027 714 5402

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