Bay Harbour: September 02, 2020

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2020

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Self portraits

to be returned

to pupils

Page 5

Ruth Dyson signs

off after

27 years as MP

Pages 6 & 8

Tough terrain ambulance in service

Call for

community

hub for

elderly

in Lyttelton

LIFESAVER: A St John First Response Unit is now operating in Banks Penisula and will help residents in need

who live in remote areas regular ambulances can’t access.

• By Matt Slaughter

A NEW St John First Response

Unit is servicing Banks

Peninsula.

The Volkswagen four-wheeldrive

vehicle is specifically

designed to be able to access remote

areas and more rough terrain

than a regular ambulance.

your local...

Banks Peninsula’s new vehicle

has been operating for the last

few weeks.

Response units were first

introduced around various

locations in New Zealand last

year.

The new response unit was

funded by donors who wish

to remain anonymous but on

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friendly pharmacy

the vehicle there is recognition

of their gesture which reads:

“Kindly donated by Gene, Lofty

and Shorty and their Good

Shepherd.”

Said St John Christchurch

metro territory manager Ian

Rex: “The new Volkswagen unit

is smaller than a traditional

ambulance which means it is

more suited to narrow roads and

the challenging terrain of the

peninsula. It will be crewed by

volunteers.

“The First Response Unit

will mean volunteers will stay

closer to home during a callout,

transporting a patient to another

ambulance or a rescue helicopter

then returning to base,’’ he said.

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Sumner & Redcliffs

• By Louis Day

A COMMUNITY hub for the

elderly is needed in order to

combat feelings of isolation and

loneliness, a Lyttelton resident

says.

Alison Ross said the absence of

a community hub where the elderly

can congregate and socialise

was contributing to poor wellbeing

outcomes for Lyttelton’s

older generation.

“Why does Lyttelton not have

a community centre when every

other community from Sumner

to Akaroa have a community

centre?” she said.

“With the elderly, there are a

lot of people who don’t have anywhere

to go to talk to their friends

and peers and stuff like that.”

Banks Peninsula Community

Board chairwoman Tori Peden

said the Lyttelton Recreation

Centre could possibly operate as a

hub in the future as it undergoes a

reactivation process.

“They [Lyttelton Recreation

Centre] are looking at having

a range of activities for the

community and that includes the

elderly,” she said.

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Council must clear beach rocks Loneliness

THE CITY council must

now clear Clifton Beach of a

rocky eyesore exposed after

construction of the coastal

pathway.

Environment Canterbury

has told the council to remove

all rock spoil on the beach to

return it to its once virtually

uninterrupted, sandy state.

The move

has been

lauded as

vindication for

the Redcliffs

Residents

Association,

which first

Pat

McIntosh

raised the issue

with the council

a year ago.

“This is a

significant step forward, and not

something the council can argue

with,” association secretary Pat

McIntosh said.

“Now, we would like to see a

timely plan from the council,

in order to fix the problem once

and for all.”

In a compliance monitoring

report obtained by Bay Harbour

News, ECan says the beach was

more affected by the rocks than

previously.

Their effect was deemed minor

in March, but worsened as

rocks were exposed ahead of an

August site assessment.

“It is now time to require

[the city council] to remove the

rock spoil on the beach between

the car park and Shag Rock/

Rapanui to return this part of

the beach to its previously sandy

surface to a point where amenity

values are less effected.”

ECan notes spoil from the

excavation and works associated

with the coastal pathway were

left on the beach in the inter

tidal zone.

Natural processes were expected

to redistribute the rocks

and maintain the beach. This

was consistent with a condition

to the works’ consent, ECan’s

report says.

However, the excavation

pulled up rocks from several

metres under the sand. They

changed the “character” of the

sandy beach.

“Periods of coastal degradation”

were revealing the material.

Rocks were concentrated

around the high tide mark,

where the beach degraded in a

line roughly 15m to 20m from

the revetment.

“The beach has changed and

ROUGH:

Exposed

rocks on

Clifton

Beach will

be cleared

by the city

council.

the amenity value of the sandy

beach that people enjoyed, has

been reduced by the rocks that

have been exposed.

“The sandy beach from the

sea wall to 20m down the beach

has been replaced with a rocky

beach with varying concentrations

and sizes of material.”

ECan produced its report on

August 7.

A council spokeswoman

confirmed the council was

“working through the options

and the implications that

those options may have on the

environment.”

a problem

• From page 1

Lyttelton Recreation Centre

facility manager Nathan Mauger

confirmed the centre was moving

towards becoming more of a

community hub.

“We are looking

to enhance

the area to

cater for the

elderly as well as

everybody else,

Nathan

it is just about

ensuring we are

providing suit-

Mauger

able opportunities,” he said.

Age Concern Canterbury chief

executive Simon Templeton said

loneliness was a particular problem

for those over 65.

“We definitely know that the

over-65 population are more

negatively affected by loneliness

compared to other groups. There

was an Otago University study

that indicated 21 per cent of over

65-year-olds, which is a huge

number, are affected by loneliness,”

he said.

He believed it was important

for options at alleviating the situation

in Lyttelton to be at least

considered, especially under a

Covid-19 climate.

“If the residents are identifying

a problem and coming up with

a solution, it is something that

definitely should be looked at.”

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Self portraits rescued

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Akaroa wastewater

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GOVERNORS BAY School will rating them into individual tiles.

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“We knew there would be

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council head of three waters and

waste Helen Beaumont, said.

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Four options were presented

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​Dyson signs off after 27 years

AT THE beginning of August,

I was privileged to have the

opportunity to give my final

speech in Parliament – my

valedictory.

It’s a fine tradition in New

Zealand, where Members who

have chosen to not seek re-election

have the chance to reflect

on their time as representatives,

usually noting the highlights

of their time and perhaps challenges

for the future.

I opened my address in Te

Reo, then spoke in New Zealand

Sign Language, then Samoan

and then English. My Samoan

contribution was a reflection that

in my maiden speech I spoke in

Samoan as a tribute to the fact

that our first ever Pacifica Member

of Parliament was elected at

the same time as I was elected.

Speaking in NZSL was a celebration

of the fact that NZSL is an

official language, a law change I

was particularly proud to introduce.

I recall when we were sworn

in after the last election and Mr

Speaker ruled that MPs could

swear the oath in the own first

language if they chose and we

saw seven different languages

used. I was very proud of the

fact that our Parliament is much

more representative of our communities

than when I

first entered.

In my valedictory, I acknowledged

the huge support I have received

from the Labour team in

my electorate (variously named

Lyttelton, Banks Peninsula and

Port Hills), the fantastic work

of my staff both in and outside

Parliament and the confidence

that my constituents have placed

in me. It is very humbling.

I was elected in November

1993 in the last first past the

post election and have served

since then for 27 years. I have

been privileged to not just be a

Member of Parliament but have

also held a wide range of Ministerial

Portfolios, Chief Whip for

Labour and am ending my time

as Assistant Speaker.

Although I have a number of

key favourites amongst my portfolios

and laws and policies I was

able to introduce, being the first

Minister for Disability Issues is

probably the highlight.

But the part of my role that I

Ruth Dyson

Member of Parliament Port Hills

Valedictory Column

have enjoyed most (and I will

definitely miss the most), is

working with our communities

to support (or on occasions oppose)

initiatives and also to help

and support individuals.

The range of issues that

constituents ask for help in

resolving is very diverse – from

neighbours’ noise or trees, to immigration

or ACC challenges, to

even more serious issues of lack

of money to pay the power bill or

homelessness.

Every day is different. And often

people contact me when they

have tried many avenues and so

are frustrated and exhausted.

It is just so satisfying to be able

to find the right people to get

stuff sorted for them.

Our lives in Canterbury have

been very different since September

2010, when our series of

earthquakes started.

In our electorate, the worst

started on February 22, 2011,

when we lost so many lives,

STEPPING DOWN: Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson reflects on

her various roles and responsibilities over her 27 year

career.

homes jobs and so many worlds

were turned upside down. Our

communities reached out to

each other and offered so much

practical and emotional support

– hope to people who were left in

deeply distressing situations.

Our two volunteer fire

brigades, Lyttelton and Sumner,

alongside the Woolston crews,

did extraordinary things and

earned our respect forever.

They left their own wrecked

homes and not knowing where

their families were, to help

others. • Turn to page 8

AdvERTORIAL

THE RACE IS STILL

ON – WE HOPE!

What a year of disruption it has been!

For all of us - sport, business, health,

family and just in general LIFE

The running of the 59 th Governors Bay

to Lyttleton Road race is still dependant on

what level of Covid we are operating under

at the time of the race but we’ve made a

commitment to go ahead if at all possible.

Consequently our organisation and publicity is

still all go and should we have to cancel at the

last minute we will refund any race fees paid.

A feature of the race are the spot and

perfomance prizes of flowers plus a

flower to take away for each finisher. The

handicaped nature of the event means there

is a staggered start from the Governors Bay

School with slower runners starting earlier to

ensure everyone finishes at a similar time at

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very sucessful drive through flower shop.

Business boomed with clients calling in

to get their flowers after 5 weeks of being

shut at home and deprived of some of

the pleasures of life. One early car full of

customers called in with their first takeaway

coffees in hand to also purchase flowers.

Another was a surfer still in wetsuit calling in

after his first surf to buy flowers for home.

Regular customers appreciated being able

to brighten the homes with flowers again.

So hopefully we will see as many of you

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Working with communities a huge highlight

• From page 6

In the Parliamentary debate

about the Earthquake Recovery

Bill, I asked for three things.

I asked that the voice of our

communities be heard and

that local people should be the

drivers of our recovery, I asked

for the process to be open and

transparent, and I asked for the

recovery to be at a good pace.

None of these things happened

and we have disempowerment

and frustration as a result.

We still have inadequately or

unrepaired homes. But the worst

inaction from my perspective

was the refusal by the then Minister

to support rock fall protection

for homes.

Because of a political decision,

perfectly good homes (which

could easily and comparatively

cheaply have been made safe)

were demolished. My thanks to

the Christchurch City Council

for stepping in and making it

possible.

We have had flooding from

the Heathcote River and the

devastation of the Port Hills

fires. And just last year, the

unbelievable terrorist attack

that stunned our city and our

country. Our response to all

these tragedies has been so telling

and so powerful.

Our local campaign to get

SAILING AWAY: Dyson speaks at the opening of the Mt

Pleasant Yacht Club boat shed, 2017.

the then Minister of Education

to reverse her proposal to close

Redcliffs School saw a generation

of a strong call to action, a sense

of unity and pride and a flurry of

prolonged and relentless activity

from a community which knew

that our school was at the heart

of our community and it was

going to stay there (albeit it on

a new site). The opening was a

magnificent celebration of the

strength of the broader school

community.

I have enjoyed watching the

growing movement of understanding

and support for cleaning

up our rivers and estuary as

well as planting and pest eradication

on the Port Hills.

There is a growing appreciation

of the beauty of what we have and

the need to work hard to ensure

its future protection.

Now, as I move on to the next

phase of my life (and no, I don’t

have anything planned yet), we

sit in a world being challenged by

the Covid-19 pandemic.

Once again, New Zealanders

have given up so much for the

wellbeing of our nation.

We need to continue to “Back

our Backyard” as we continue on

the next phase of the challenge –

keeping our businesses going and

RELAXED:

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in the garden

with her

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Ward.

people in work.

We live in a nation where,

overwhelmingly, people are

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people in need. I am proud of

being a New Zealander and feel

so privileged to have been your

representative in our Parliament.

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News

Principal for Our Lady Star

of the Sea School appointed

OUR LADY Star of the

Sea School in Sumner has

appointed Nathan

Burford as its new

principal.

Burford will start

the position next

month.

He has skills and

extensive experience

in education

and a strong focus

on community

relationships and

communication.

Burford is currently

deputy principal at Paparoa

Street School.

Previously, he worked as

deputy principal at Rakaia

School in Mid-Canterbury,

ONE OF New

Zealand’s last

remaining World

War 2 fighter pilots

has died.

Dave Iggo died

“peacefully” on

August 23, three

months after he

celebrated his

100th birthday

at Edith Cavell

Lifecare and Village in

Medbury Preparatory

School and St Andrew’s

Preparatory

School, with a

stint overseas

at NLCS Jeju, a

British international

school.

Said Burford:

“I relate well to

all people and

have a passion

for children,

teaching and

learning and am ready to

move to the next stage of

my career as a principal. I

understand the immense

responsibility that such a

position presents and have

complete confidence in my

Nathan Burford

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ability to lead the school

into the next phase of

development.”

A father of three

school-aged children,

Burford enjoys supporting

their numerous sporting

interests and spending

time with family. He can

be seen walking around

Hagley Park regularly

to keep fit and describes

himself as self-confessed

cricket tragic.

The board of trustees

will work closely with

Burford to identify

opportunities for growth

and improvement and

ensure a bright future for

the school.

World War 2 pilot dies

Sumner.

Mr Iggo was

part of the 485

(NZ) Spitfire

Squadron in

England during

World War 2

and was flying

a Spitfire before

he could drive

Dave Iggo a car.

The squadron

was involved in the Normandy

D-Day invasion on

June 6, 1944.

Following the war, Iggo

came back to New Zealand

and became a primary

school teacher at Aranui

Primary, North New

Brighton and South New

Brighton schools.

He is survived by his

daughters, Jill and Sue, and

was great-grandfather to

nine grandchildren.

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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.

Drunk kereru

not uncommon

ONLY FOUND in NZ in

native forest, urban and

rural areas, the kereru

with its distinctive heavy

wingbeat when in flight

can weigh as much as

650gm.

Once they find a mate

they pair up for life and

live like couples. We are

lucky to have a few kereru

pairs settled and nesting

around the estuary. Nesting

begins in September

when only one single egg

is laid on a roughly constructed

nest or ‘platform’

made up of twigs.

The female will incubate

the egg from late afternoon

until the next morning

when the male takes over

to take his shift.

When the chick is old

enough to be left alone,

and only needing a feed

once a day, the parents will

start building another platform

closeby to start incubating

the next egg, and so

on. They can do this up to

four times until April.

The wood pigeon is a vital

component in the wellbeing

of our native trees

Dave Bryce

of the

Redcliffs/

Te Rae

Kura Eco

Village

group says

it is focusing on soils

during September

THE WORLD beneath our

feet.

Soils are not just

something to hold up

plants – they are alive with

organisms, making them

the “engine room” of the

land environment.

A single teaspoon of soil

can contain billions of organisms,

including insects,

worms, algae, fungi and

thousands of bacteria species

(only about 10 per cent

of which have been identified

by scientists). All these

organisms can be working

for you – if you look after

your soil.

Threats to soils are:

• Artificial fertilisers and

pesticides, both of which

can kill a wide range of

organisms and should not

be needed in a healthy soil

• Removal of vegetation,

earthworks, compaction

and cultivation, all of which

HEAVY: Kereru can

weigh up to 650gm

and it has a heavy

wingbeat in flight.

PHOTO: CLIVE COLLINS

as it is able to eat the fruits

and seeds of over 100 different

native trees (with the

kowhai being a favourite)

and shrubs making it an

important seed disperser.

Kereru will also eat

leaves, twigs, buds, clover

and the flowers of some

native trees.

I just have to mention

here that when it comes to

eating, the kereru tend to

get a little greedy by filling

their crops with a large

amount of overripe fruit

which ferments quickly,

turning it to alcohol.

dry the surface; disrupt air

channels, air supply and

organism habitats; increase

carbon loss; and reduce

the soil through wind and

water erosion.

New Zealand has one

of the highest rates of

soil erosion in the world,

losing about 190 million

tonnes into waterways and

the ocean every year (Environment

Aotearoa 2015),

mainly from farming and

forestry activities.

On the Port Hills there

are extensive areas of the

yellowish loess soils. If

vegetation is removed, or

in extreme rainfall, or if

water drainage is changed,

these soils and land can

become unstable, resulting

in property damage

South Westland saw 60

pigeons collected by concerned

locals in 2010 delivering

them to a local bird

rescue centre. Fallen from

trees and unable to walk or

fly it was thought they had

some terrible disease.

All of the birds were

absolutely drunk and after

three days in captivity to

sober up were safely returned

again to the forests.

A similar incident made

the news in June 2019 near

Whangarei where locals

collected 14 intoxicated

kereru over one week to

be taken to a bird rescue

centre for a few detox days

before being released.

The rescue centre receives

on average 80 drunk kereru

each year. Unfortunately,

some are injured after

falling or having flown into

windows.

Drunk kereru also

become easy prey for cats,

dogs and rats. So if you see

a kereru on the ground it

is bound to be both drunk

and injured and take it the

Animal and Bird Hospital

in Ferry Rd to be treated.

Best to look after your soil

RICH: Soil contains

billions of organisms.

and damage to ecology

from silt in waterways and

coastal waters.

Healthy soils will be

damp and spongy, with a

network of plant roots, a

diverse cover of plants, leaf

litter, compost or mulch,

and many visible organisms

living in it.

They will produce healthy

(nutrient rich) plants which

obtain both water soluble

minerals, as well as many

other nutrients and minerals

from micro-organisms,

as those break down dead

plant matter, feed on sugars

from the plant roots and

protect the plant roots from

pathogens.

Healthy soils also contain

a lot of carbon (almost

as much as mature native

forests, per land area), so

improving degraded soils

to hold more carbon would

help to reduce atmospheric

CO2.

Our pledge for 2020

– Always mulch soil . . .

reduces weeds, temperature

extremes, soil erosion

and bird diggings, retains

soil moisture, adds carbon

to feed micro-organisms

which release minerals and

nutrients for plants.


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