Bay Harbour: September 30, 2020

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Heathcote River

flooding

work delayed

Page 3

Pink Ribbon

walk in memory

of mother

Page 8

Vacant sites in Lyttelton

identified for revitalisation

• By Louis Day

LYTTELTON HAS been listed

alongside a number of suburbs

identified as being in need of

regeneration-focused projects.

A city council investigation

has pinpointed areas across

Christchurch and parts of Banks

Peninsula in need of attention.

Areas of concern are either

lacking social

infrastructure,

suffering economically,

vulnerable

to natural

hazards, or a

combination of

all three.

Tori Peden

In response

to the investigation,

city councillors prioritised

a range of regeneration-focused

initiatives for a number of areas,

including Lyttelton.

The city council will now look

to minimise the presence of

vacant sites and support private

sector development in the port

town over the long term.

Banks Peninsula Community

Board chairwoman Tori Peden

believed filling in the vacant

spaces throughout Lyttelton

could “reinvigorate” the area.

• Turn to page 7

VACANT: The empty Harbour Light Theatre site on London St.

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Heathcote River flooding work delayed

• By Matt Slaughter

Tim

Scandrett

WORK TO address flooding

affecting properties alongside the

Heathcote River will be delayed

in favour of similar projects in

Christchurch’s east.

The city council has approved

$12 million to go towards addressing

flooding on Pages Rd,

Wainoni, which has been an

issue for 10 years.

It wasn’t going

to fund the

works to fix the

problem for another

four years

– but voted to

bring the funding

forward to

start next year.

The funds

were originally

earmarked for projects including

addressing flooding which

affects properties close to the

Heathcote River but these will

now be delayed.

City councillor Tim Scandrett

voted against the Christchurch

east project and fellow councillor

Yani Johanson abstained from

voting. Both asked for more information

on the delay this will

cause for these other projects.

“It did say in the report [city

council] that it would have to

delay other works, and what are

the delays, what’s the timeframe?

That wasn’t clear in the report,”

Catherine

Chu

said Scandrett.

He said the Heathcote River

issues should be prioritised first

because more properties are affected

by flooding there than on

Pages Rd.

“If you look at the [Pages Rd]

project, it’s largely looking at an

area that is red zoned and has

no houses on it but the flooding

there does effect Pages Rd and

Anzac Drive.”

Johanson agrees with Scandrett.

“Because there’s not a lot of

information about those other

projects, other than just to say

they’ll be delayed, I thought

that’s pretty unfair on those

communities who have been

expecting work to happen, have

VOTE FOR YOUR FUTURE !

been told that work’s going to

happen,” he said.

City councillor Sara Templeton

lives in Heathcote and represents

the area. She voted in favour of

approving the Christchurch east

flooding projects.

She voted this way because

some work to address flooding

beside the Heathcote River has

already been done and reduced

this issue but nothing has been

done in the east. However, she

does not favour this project over

the Heathcote one.

“Currently, there’s work still

under way in the Heathcote

catchment, whereas the other

[Christchurch east] area has had

zero work.”

Heathcote Valley Community

Association chairman Lewis

Low said the work that has happened

in Heathcote has reduced

flooding, so he understands

Templeton’s reasoning.

Said city council stormwater

and waterways programme

manager Keith Davison: “In this

case, the Heathcote low stopbanks

project’s budget has been

slipped back by a year.

“Significant works on the

Heathcote are already reducing

flooding risk and impact. These

works include dredging, bank

stabilisation, and storage basins

– which are all either completed

or well advanced,” he said.

The Christchurch east project

will involve building a new stopbank

and stormwater pond and

SLUMPED: Work to address flooding issues

along the Heathcote River will be delayed

to allow projects to address flooding in

Christchurch’s east to happen sooner.


wetland in the triangular area of

land between Pages Road, Anzac

Drive and the Avon River.

City councillor Phil Mauger

got so fed up with the flooding

situation on Pages Rd, he went in

with a digger last month and dug

a trench – it fixed the flooding

overnight.

The council blocked the trench

as it was deemed a safety hazard

and launched an official investigation

of Mauger’s actions.

Mauger said he understands

Scandrett and Johanson’s

concerns and he views Heathcote

flooding as an important

issue. He said he just relieved

something will finally be done

to addresses the east’s flooding

problems.

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Project to protect precious native species

TWELVE HECTARES of

farmland on Banks Peninsula

will be protected in perpetuity,

allowing precious native species

to regenerate and thrive.

The Stencliffe protection

project will receive $38,500 to

fence off and exclude stock from

a section of Pigeon Bay Stream

and its surrounding land, on

Jane and Hugh Eaton’s sheep

and beef farm.

It is one of four biodiversity

projects the Banks Peninsula

water zone committee recommended

for Immediate Steps

funding earlier this year.

The grant makes up part of the

project, with additional funds

coming from other sources

such as the Banks Peninsula

Conservation Trust and the

landowners.

The project’s aim is to increase

the extent, density and diversity

of native vegetation to allow

species such as birds, lizards,

invertebrates and fish to prosper.

The land will be protected

through a BPCT covenant after

fencing the area has been completed.

This will allow the valley

to regenerate back to its natural

state without interference from

stock, pests or humans.

A covenant is a legal mechanism

for protection that requires

current and future landowners

to manage the land for conservation

purposes.

Stencliffe landowners Hugh

and Jane Eaton said the family

would likely have not been able

to foot the cost of protecting the

area alone.

“The funds will be used to

fence off a corridor of bush and

stream that has survived 150

years since the farm was logged

and cleared by the early settlers,”

Hugh said.

“Permanent hill country fencing

is a huge cost so we really appreciate

the help to protect this

block of old growth forest with

its stream to let it regenerate,” he

said.

Jane added that the family is

enthusiastic about protecting

bushland.

“We hope to help the bush

back to its pre-logging glory.

By excluding stock, we protect

the stream bed, encourage

revegetation and protect larger

trees including two precious

kahikatea.”

“Active bird life will be enhanced

by this process which

also assists new seedlings.

Thanks to Immediate Steps and

the BPCT, another part of Banks

Peninsula’s precious forest will

be protected,” she said.

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Bid to make Lyttelton an attraction

•From page 1

“Basically it will mean people

can come into the area and there

is stuff going on whereas now it

is disjointed with so much space

between buildings,” she said.

Funding for the work will be

sought from the city council’s

Long Term Plan.

Peden hoped the reduction of

sites throughout the port town

would make Lyttelton as much of

an attraction as Akaroa.

“Akaroa is known around the

world as a stand-alone attraction,

as a place to go and hopefully

Lyttelton will become the same

because it also has a lot of history”

The investigation which led

to the works being pursued was

conducted earlier this year and

produced a heatmap which illustrates

the areas across the city

and peninsula in most need of

regeneration.

Akaroa was identified as an

area vulnerable to environmental

hazards within the heatmap.

Council staff say since early

March when the heatmap was

first considered by councillors,

it has become apparent the

economic effects associated

with Covid-19 are likely to have

exacerbated issues facing weaker

areas and more deprived communities.

In response to the findings of

the investigation, city councillors

endorsed the central city and

Linwood/inner-city east area as

priority locations for regenerative

activity within the current

financial year.

Progress in the development of

community housing in areas of

need is another priority for the

city council in the short-term.

Fulfilling short-term objectives

within the heart of the city will

involve continuing to progress

with Project 8011 which looks to

boost the central city population

to 20,000 by 2028, the initiation

of a “vacant sites programme,”

alongside the continuation of the

overarching central city action

plan, Covid-19 socio-economic

recovery plan and Enliven Places

Programme.

The city council will also aim

to lead cross-agency work in

progressing the Inner City East/

Linwood Revitalisation Plan and

suburban centre Master Plan.

Longer-term priorities

include supporting localised

regeneration initiatives along the

Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor

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Wednesday September 30 2020

ews

Pink Ribbon walk in

memory of mother

BEVAN SANDISON is doing

the Pink Ribbon Walk next

month in memory of his mother

Raewynne who lost her battle

with breast cancer in April 2018.

“I’m doing this walk, along

with my kids, Katie, 12, and

Emma, 9, to remember my mum/

their nana,” he said.

“She was an amazingly strong

woman, who inspirationally

fought the good fight for us, for a

few years after being diagnosed,

giving us some extra time to

grow new memories with her.”

Sandison said his mother was ment hadn’t been as successful

diagnosed after finding a lump as had thought, but rather, had

in 2013. As it was caught early metastasised into stage 4 cancer,

she was able to get radiation having spread to her bones.

treatment. The treatment was “Being given the new prognosis

considered a success and the that stage 4 has no cure, was

prognosis was great. She was able literally devastating news, and I

to continue working as a secondary

school teacher through until ting there with mum at the hos-

will always vividly remember sit-

she retired a year or so later. pital receiving the news. I knew

“However, very shortly afterwards,

and with big plans ahead the information made available

little about breast cancer, and so

for her retirement with dad, her from Breast Cancer Foundation

world and ours, got turned upside NZ was very helpful in those

down when one Sunday morning, early stages as we all tried to

whilst lifting a bag of groceries come to terms with things.

out of the car boot, a bone in her “The following couple of years

upper arm suddenly broke clean were riddled with hospital visits,

through,” said Sandison.

radiation treatment to shrink

“X-rays and scans then confirmed

the worst, that her treat-

the spine and other places,

tumours that kept appearing on

and

MEMORY:

Bevan

Sandison with

his mother

Raewynne who

died of cancer

in 2018.

various drug treatments. Having

damaged a nerve in her arm

when her arm broke, affecting

her hand meaning she was no

longer able to drive, the resultant

trips to the oncologist became a

regular part of live for the family

as we all chipped in to help with

transport and to attend and support

mum.

“Through it all, including some

very tough times, the care and

treatment mum received was

simply amazing, and the new

oral chemo pill she was on, did a

wonderful job of extending her

time, and allowing us to enjoy

some valuable time with her, and

for her to see her grandkids get a

couple of years older, before she

finally had to leave us.”

•The walk will be held

on Saturday, October

17, in Hagley Park, with

pre-event entertainment

from 2.15pm and

the walk starting

at 3pm. Tickets are

available online now at

pinkribbonwalk.co.nz

•In the Canterbury

District Health Board

region around 400

women are diagnosed

with breast cancer each

year, and every year

around 77 will die.

•Pink Ribbon Walks

are annual fundraisers

which celebrate breast

cancer survivors,

remember those who

have been lost, promote

breast health awareness,

and raise muchneeded

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Foundation NZ vision of

zero deaths from breast

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•With 5km and 10km

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About Breast Cancer in

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More than 3300 women

a year are diagnosed with

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nine women a day 90-95

per cent of women who

are diagnosed with breast

cancer have no family

history of the disease.

•Around 350 NZ women

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will be diagnosed with

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•More than 650 women

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this year – about the size of

a large primary school

•The earlier breast cancer

is found, the better the

outcome. The 10-year

survival rate is 92 per cent

if the cancer is detected

by regular screening

mammogram

Breast Cancer

Foundation NZ

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consider having yearly

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News

Healthy numbers ahead of Biketober festival

CHRISTCHURCH is

experiencing a post-lockdown

bike boom, with the city

recording tens of thousands

more cycle trips this winter.

Bike shops around New

Zealand reported a surge in demand

following the alert level 4

lockdown — a time when many

Kiwis got back on the bike.

Cycling numbers have been

increasing year-on-year in

Christchurch; the trend continued

post-lockdown, new city

council figures show. In July

and August, the 25 automated

cycle counters around the city

recorded 556,644 cycle trips, up

seven per cent, or 36,171 trips on

the same period in 2019. Separately,

the visual display counter

on the Antigua St bridge clocked

up one million trips earlier this

year — taking two years, two

months and one week to reach

the milestone.

Biketober organiser and

Action Bicycle Club owner

Charlotte Bebbington said the

surge showed how popular

cycling was becoming in

Christchurch.

“Christchurch is the best city

for cycling,” she said. “We have

an amazing network of safe cycleways,

lots of people riding all

types of bikes, and a busy events

calendar,” she said.

Biketober, the city’s annual

FITNESS: Cycling numbers are continuing to rise in Christchurch post-lockdown.

PHOTO: WAKA KOTAHI NZ TRANSPORT AGENCY

cycling festival, runs throughout

October and features dozens of

events including group rides,

workshops, a film night, rave and

social sessions.

Said Bebbington: “It’s a

great way to meet new friends,

give cycling a go in a comfortable,

encouraging environment,

learn some new skills and have

fun.”

The festival also encourages

people to explore Christchurch

by bike through the Biketober

Passport Challenge. During

the month, people can cycle to

destinations around the city and

use their smartphone to check

in using a code unique to each

business or site. Or, they can

take part in the Passport One

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October 31.

Events such as Biketober

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bike, Bebbington said.

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Tasty Bites

Steak and salad a classic summer pair

You really can’t

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caramelised red onions

add a hint of sweetness

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Serves 4

Ingredients

4 steaks, sirloin, ribeye or

striploin

1-2 tbsp. sherry vinegar

2 tbsp rapeseed oil

Salt and cracked black pepper

A knob of butter

2 large red onions, peeled and

finely sliced

150g crème fraîche

2 tbsp horseradish sauce

½ tsp dijon style mustard

½ tsp white wine vinegar/lemon

juice

4 thick slices of bread

120g rocket leaves

Directions

Mix together a splash of sherry

vinegar, a tablespoon of oil and

cracked black pepper and rub this

mixture over the steaks. Set aside

while you cook the onions.

Heat a tablespoon of oil and a

knob of butter in a large frying

pan over a medium heat. Sauté the

onions until softened, this will take

about 15min.

Add in a tablespoon of the

sherry vinegar and a little salt

and continue to cook for another

five minutes until the vinegar has

evaporated. Set aside.

Heat a griddle pan until really

hot. Season the steaks with salt.

Place them two at a time on the

pan and cook for 2min on each

side for rare or until cooked to

your liking.

While the steaks are cooking,

in a small bowl mix together the

crème fraîche, horseradish sauce,

mustard and white wine vinegar/

lemon juice.

Brush the bread with a little oil

on each side and toast under the

grill.

Spread a little horseradish cream

over each slice, then spoon over

the onion mixture, slice the steak

and lay on top.

Arrange some rocket leaves on

top and serve.

Courgette salad with

mint, garlic, red chilli,

lemon and extra virgin

olive oil

Serves 4

Ingredients

4 courgettes

sea salt

freshly ground black pepper

1 red chilli

½ clove garlic

1 handful of fresh mint

extra virgin olive oil

1 squeeze lemon juice

raw peas

Directions

Slice 4 courgettes lengthways as

thin as you can (use a mandolin if

you have one). Grill on a red-hot

griddle pan, or on the barbecue,

until lightly charred on each side.

Scatter the slices over a large plate,

making sure you don’t sit them on

top of each other otherwise they’ll

steam and go a bit limp. While

they’re still warmish, sprinkle

them with a little sea salt and

freshly ground black pepper.

Deseed a red chilli and chop

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garlic evenly from a height over

the courgettes. (Add to your own

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the chilli and garlic mix with the

olive oil and lemon juice the heat

and flavours are lessened.)

Tear over a handful of fresh mint

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CHRISTCHURCHNZ has

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highlights, Cup Week, in

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Riccarton Park chief

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break, with “outstanding”

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“We believe people need

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their friends and family.

That’s what BLOOM is all

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and enjoy spring,” he says.

BLOOM also encourages

locals and visitors alike

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In 2019, BLOOM

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Central City Business

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to wander around the city.

“Central city businesses

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Linwood

College

Above the Ground and Now Over the Fence

Kia ora koutou. Talofa. Kia Orana. Malo e lelei. Bula. Fakaalofa atu. Namaste

and Kumusta. Greetings to everyone at LCŌ and our wider LCŌ community.

It is very heartening to see the visible signs of progress with our rebuild for

our return to Aldwins Rd to what will be Te Aratai College. Those of us who

have peered through the gate over the past weeks have seen the foundation

work progress to be above ground, and now we see structures over the fence.

It is worth remembering too just how good this rebuild is. As we have said

in the past, the next time that you are in Tūranga, the central library, look up

and look around. The same architect, Carsten Auers of Architectus, who

designed Tūranga, is the architect for our school. Stunning.

Likewise, Southbase Construction is a highly

experienced and expert construction company with

major success in many school redevelopment,

whether totally new or a rebuild.

Shifting a school comes with its own set

of challenges. For a start, there are the

logistics of moving everything from

basketballs to hydrochloric acid, but more

importantly, there is ensuring consistency

of belonging and connection to our school,

and ensuring consistency of learning.

However, these challenges are much

more positive ones to work through than

the challenges of being at school in the

middle of a building site: safety, noise, dust,

temporary buildings, reduced playing areas

and so on. And, as I have said before, our leaving

Aldwins Road means a year comes off the building

programme and there is a saving of a $1m that has been

retained in the programme.

Mr Ken Bye, a former (and legendary) LHS-LC history teacher and Head of

Social Sciences, spoke at the Farewell Celebration Weekend in April 2019 to

the hundreds of past pupils who attended this wonderful weekend to celebrate

and farewell LHS-LC’s first 65 years. During his talk, he used the phrase,

“If only these walls could talk” and this firmly resonated with me. Ken was

absolutely right. A lot of life occurs in a school and as a community resource

and focal point, schools experience all the joys and tragedies that occur in a

community. Our leaving those original school buildings was a significant event

in our school’s history, and fortunately, is one which helps springboard us into a

new era for LC. We leave in order to return, but we leave aware of, and thankful

to, all the people who have gone before and all that they have done for us.

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi engari he toa takitini - My strength is not mine

alone; my strength is from many.

Te Aratai - Pathway to the Sea

With the rebuild underway, it is now an appropriate time to consider the school’s

name. Te Ngāi Tūāhuriri Rūnanga has gifted a new name to the school and it is

one that our Board of Trustees have whole-heartedly supported. The name is

Te Aratai. In English: pathway to the sea.

The guiding reasons underpinning the name has been outlined by Dianne

Robinson on behalf of Ngāi Tūāhuriri. Dianne is a Mana Whenua Education

Facilitator for Mātauraka Mahaanui:

“Linwood College on Aldwins Road is adjacent to the direct pathway (now

Linwood Ave) to Te Ihutai, “The Avon-Heathcote Estuary” which was part

of a larger fishery used by Ngāi Tūāhuriri. Te Ihutai, was renowned

for its abundance and variety of fish and shellfish, including tuna

(eels), kanakana (lamprey), inaka (whitebait), pātiki (flounder),

and pipi. Several nearby kāinga nohoanga (settlements) took

advantage of the estuary’s rich food resources, with caves

along the base of the nearby foothills providing necessary

shelter. The estuary itself was the gateway to the vast

comprehensive network of wetlands that once extended

throughout the Canterbury region, with the Ōtākaro (Avon)

and Ōpāwaho (Heathcote River) being the primary access

routes. This name links the school to this significant route

and this significant mahinga kai area (Te Ihutai) which was

traditionally owned and used by Kaiapoi Ngāi Tahu (Ngāi

Tūāhuriri) and this relationship is acknowledged as part of the

Claims Settlement Act 1998. The major waterways Ōtākaro and

Ōpāwaho flow into Te Ihutai and the school’s catchment zone

includes schools located along these waterways.”

The Board’s intention is that the school changes its name to Te Aratai

for our return to Aldwins Road, 2022. We acknowledge the proud history of

the name Linwood since 1954, the school’s opening. 2022, and our complete

school rebuild, is the opportunity to create a school name and identity that is

open and inclusive to our wider community we serve and is not just based on

the actual location of the school. And, in a deep irony, Linwood High School-

Linwood College has never actually been in Linwood. Our Aldwins Road site is

actually in Phillipstown.

More information about the name and the legal process for changing a school

name will be forthcoming. We are very grateful to Te Ngāi Tūāhuriri Rūnanga

for their gift to our whānau, to our community of this beautiful and appropriate

name -Te Aratai.

Ngā mihi nui -

Richard Edmundson Tumuaki-Principal

The Turning of the Sod

On Wednesday the 5th of August Linwood College at Ōtākaro

commemorated a milestone in the rebuild process.

It was a particularly brisk but clear Canterbury morning for this important

ceremony. Representing the school were LCŌ’s Head Students Mario

Cvetkoski and Paigan-Lilly Hall as weall as the Watson-Hall whānau,

a family whose tamariki span right through the school’s year levels,

from Year 7 to Year 13.

LCŌ were honoured to have Ngāi Tūāhuriri and Ngāti Wheke

present. Also in attendance were the Ministry of Education, the

Board of Trustees, the rebuild architects from Architectus, the project

management firm RDT Pacific, Southbase Construction and various

school staff.

The event began on Aldwins Road where everyone was greeted by

Corban Te Aika, Ngāi Tūāhuriri, who led everyone onto the site and

blessed the land with karakia. The official sod was dug by our head

students and has been retained for reinstating in the official opening.

The ceremonies ended with the sharing of kai and kōrero.

P: 03-982-0100 E: office@linwoodcollege.school.nz www.linwoodcollege.school.nz


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• By Devon Bolger

LINCOLN’S annual

comedy festival is just

weeks away.

This is the fifth year of

the Live in Lincoln event

which will take place on

October 17.

Festival organiser David

Parlane said it will mark a

step forward for the event

industry which has been

extremely hard hit from

Covid-19.

“Not only just comedians

but musicians, bands, quiz

shows, you name it, they

have all been affected,” he

said.

“The people behind the

scenes who put up the

stages, the lighting and the

sound. We have a lot of

talent in this country they

just haven’t had any work.”

Parlane said the show

will be the fifrst job back in

the year for the people who

are setting up the stage.

The festival will feature

comedian Ben Hurley who

is best known for his work

on TV3’s topical comedy

panel show 7 Days.

Award-winning comic

Alan McElroy, comedian

magician Jarred Fell and

musical duo Fan Brigade

will also perform.

Parlane said he is pleased

to have some certainty for

the show now that we have

moved to alert level 1.

“It is certainly nice to

know that as of right now

the show can go on. We’ve

got really good performers

this year.

“Alan McElroy from

Ireland, Ben Hurley who is

one of New Zealand’s top

comedians, Jared Fell who

has been on NBC’s Bring

The Funny and a couple

of really talented female

comedians.”

He said they are looking

forward to putting on a

good show for the community.

“We want to put something

back into the community

so everyone can

get out there and laugh and

enjoy themselves.

“It’s about sorting the locals

and also the event industry

has been extremely

hard hit from Covid-19.”

“For $44 bucks you

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The countdown is

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LAUGH: (Clockwise

from top) – Comedy

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perform alongside

comedians Alan

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and Ben Hurley at the

Live in Lincoln festival.

get two to three hours of

entertainment with worldclass

entertainers, we

deserve to get out and have

a bit of a laugh.”

•The event will be

held on October 17

at the Lincoln Events

Centre. Doors open at

6pm, show starts at

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Over the next few months, distinctive teal

coloured buses will begin to appear on the

streets as Metro introduces a new exterior

design to its fleet.

The new livery design is inspired by the

foods and resources shared by early Māori,

the natural landscape that connected them,

and the mosaic of waterways that formed

early travel routes across our region –

represented today by the Metro network.

Environment Canterbury Councillor

Phil Clearwater said that the new livery

simplifies Metro’s network for a more

approachable, user friendly experience.

“We want to make it clearer that this is a

single, reliable, connected network that will

get you anywhere you need to go in greater

Christchurch across the day.

“We found that the numerous bus brands

were diluting the message of Metro’s

connected network, and so we have worked

with our bus operators, Go Bus, Red Bus

and Ritchies, during the implementation

of their new contracts to introduce a single

look across all buses.

“Our changes are designed

to help users right across

the network, rather than

only those travelling on the

Metro Lines – which make

up only five of Metro’s 27

routes.

“We are also preparing for

a future where we will, in

time, grow the number of high

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frequency routes. Continuing with the

colour coded ‘Metro Line’ approach would

require more and more colours, adding

complexity to the network.

“The new operating contracts include

replacement of around 100 buses, or half

our fleet, over the next two years, so with

this many buses being produced, this is the

time to update the livery,” he said.

Environment Canterbury is introducing

39 new ultra-low emission buses over the

next months to serve greater Christchurch

bus users. All of these will be built locally

in Rolleston. These will be followed by 25

zero emission electric buses in 2021, and

more new buses in 2022.

All buses other than the Orbiter will

be painted in the new Metro teal colour

to represent our strong link to water, an

essential life-sustaining force.

“The Orbiter will remain in a

recognizable green livery, symbolic of the

land,” said Councillor Clearwater.

The Metro livery will be introduced to the

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97

125

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Public Notices

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

ACT 1991 CHRISTCHURCH

DISTRICT PLAN

PROPOSED PLAN CHANGE 4

SHORT-TERM ACCOMMODATION

Christchurch City Council has proposed Plan Change 4 to the District Plan.

Proposed Plan Change 4 – Short-term Accommodation

Proposed Plan Change 4 includes the following changes:

(a) change the resource consent requirements for visitor

accommodation in a house or unit in most residential, rural and

papakāinga zones, particularly where a host is not living there.

(i) In residential zones, instead of requiring a Discretionary activity

resource consent for unhosted visitor accommodation in a

residential dwelling, the changes would require a Controlled activity

resource consent for 1-60 days, Discretionary for 61-180 and Non

complying for more than 180 days.

(ii) In rural zones, unhosted visitor accommodation in a residential

dwelling would be a permitted activity for the first 180 days.

(iii) For hosted visitor accommodation in a residential dwelling,

additional standards would also apply limiting late-night arrivals

and departures and the size of functions.

(b) amend other rules to enable a residential dwelling to be used for

visitor accommodation for a limited number of days per year without

triggering commercial parking and vehicle access requirements.

(c) amend the objectives and policies for residential zones so

commercial-type visitor accommodation is primarily directed to

commercial areas.

(d) update the “residential activity” definition to clarify the status of

home exchanges, house-sits and serviced apartments.

(e) change rules for visitor accommodation associated with farms or

recreation/conservation activities (e.g. huts/tents around cycling

and walking tracks), managing LYTTELTON the sizes, types and 10kg locations of

structures used in some situations.

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The proposed Plan Change 4 and assessment required under section 32 of the

RMA, together with any supporting documents, can be viewed at any of the

Council’s service centres or libraries or on the Council website:

www.ccc.govt/planchange4.

Submissions

Anyone may make a submission on Plan Change 4. You can make a submission

via our online form at ccc.govt.nz/haveyoursay or collect a hard copy form

from Civic Offices, 53 Hereford Street, the Council’s service centres or libraries,

or download a copy from www.ccc.govt.nz/haveyoursay. For details of your

nearest service centre or library please visit ccc.govt.nz/contact-us or phone

03 941 8999.

Submissions must be received before 5pm on Thursday 22 October 2020.

Process for public participation

Once all submissions have been received, they will be made publicly available.

Further submissions will then be invited, allowing certain persons and

organisations to support or oppose any of the initial submissions.

A Council hearing will then be held to consider all submissions, and decisions

will be made following this hearing. Anyone who has made a submission has

the right to appeal the decision to the Environment Court.

The objectives, policies and rules proposed in this Plan Change will have no

legal effect until the Council gives public notice of its decision on the Plan

Change and matters raised in submissions or the Environment Court makes an

order which grants any rule immediate effect (RMA s86B).

If you’d like more information, please contact the City Planning Team at

941-8999 and ask to speak to Alison McLaughlin, Senior Policy Planner,

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CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL

REVOCATION OF RESERVE STATUS

– 10 SHACKLETON TERRACE,

LYTTELTON

The Christchurch City Council hereby gives public notice under sections

24(1)(b) of the Reserves Act 1977 that it intends to revoke the reserve status

of the property situated at 10 Shackleton Terrace, Lyttelton, being 325m²

described as Lot 3 Deposited Plan 18984 and contained in identifier 905011.

The reason for the proposal is that this property is no longer required for

the purpose of which it is held – being Street Reserve.

Please note that Council is required to submit to the Minister of

Conservation for final approval, any proposal to revoke the reserve status

following consideration of objections.

Any submission or objection to the reserve revocation should be

sent to Dan Egerton, Christchurch City Council, PO Box 73015,

Christchurch or emailed to dan.egerton@ccc.govt.nz and be

received no later than Friday 30th October 2020.

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Wednesday September 30 2020

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PAGE 25

2-for-1

tickets on

The ultimate girls’ day out

THIS WEEKEND!

Sat 3 & Sun 4 Oct | Horncastle Arena

Opening hours: Sat 10am - 5pm & Sun 10am - 4pm

Door Sales $10 & Kids Under 12 Free

Come and support local businesses!

• Over 180 Exhibitors • Fashion & Beauty • Health & Fitness • Artisan Crafts

• Gourmet Food & Beverages • Thin Lizzy Makeup Lounge • Sparklewhite Teeth Lounge

• Batch 10 Cocktail Lounge • Goodie Bags & much more

womenslifestyleexpo.co.nz • facebook.com/WomensLifestyleExpo


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Don’t miss out on seeing so

many wonderful companies

Under

one Roof

“The Expo is the ultimate pop up shop!”

says Renee Murray from Expo Organisers, NZME Events. “We will be bringing

a fabulous experience to the women of Canterbury for one weekend with so

many wonderful companies in one place. This is a great chance for women

to discover new businesses and reconnect with ones they already know and

support local. Plus many of the companies involved can only be seen at this

show – come talk to the experts, shop and meet the makers, discover new

ideas and health advice, treat yourself and enjoy a day out with your friends

or loved ones at the same time.” This year the Expo will have around 180

companies and lots of sites to shop from so do not leave your eftpos card

at home! Featuring everything from fashion and accessories to eco-friendly

products, giftware, gourmet food, new cars, artisan crafts, unique businesses,

cosmetics, health and wellness and so much more – Don’t miss out on seeing

so many wonderful companies under one roof.

BOOK CLUB:

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WWW.BDS.ORG.NZ/REGISTER


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EXHIBITOR LIST

400 Abundant Oils NZ

812 DoTerra Essential Oils Wellness Advocate

56 Lady Lash Studio and Academy

804 Real Healthy Me

620 Addictive Eaters Anonymous

748 DP Herbals

T8

Left Branch Cider

420 Register of Exercise Professionals

800 Adelle Nails It

236 Dusty Acres NZ

442 Les Mills

426 Repco

450 Adelphi Insurance Brokers

T36

Eden Juice Ltd

216 Lets Go Addu

648 RISE Fitness

C12

AdrieNZ Cool Products

F9

Elusive Lingerie

F14

Lily’s Collection

C09

RLS Designs

208 Aesthetica Trading Ltd

T26

Exotic Candy Straps

T42

Little Beauties

A4

Roxtar Glass Art

C26

Annie T

32 Fascino Shoes

A2

Little Miss Viking

428 Scentsy - Michelle Paton

T4

Aoraki Liquorice

322 Fire & Emergency New Zealand

614 Livingstone Advisers Ltd

100 Sector Ltd

72 Arbonne

A5

Fleur Couture

320 Lone Goat Vineyard

64 Sew Exquisite

314 Ardra Skincare

200 Florentine Gold

F8

Lorna Jane

69 Sincock & Till Audiology

C3

Badger Hill

830 Functional Whole Foods NZ Ltd

C22

Lost Studio

606 Solimara Truly Natural

T44

Bangers’n’Bacon Limited

818 Global Soap

C24

Love Light Soy Candles

90 Southern Reflexology Group

34 Barr Originals

112 Great Sleep Limited

622 Luxe Beauty Group

Lounge

Sparklewhite Teeth

Lounge3 Batch 10

Coffee

Green Bear Coffee

T18

LWF Distilling

T14

Spicecraft

406 Bell, Lamb & Trotter

C13

Hancrafted by Hannah

204 Melton Estate

T38

Straight 8 Estate

210 BeUboutique

716 Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa

C16

Merlesque

86 Style 358

628 Beverley Studios

644 Harcourts Gold New Brighton

C5

Millie Moo Candles

C20

Susanne Pearls

452 Bex Whitehouse Ltd

806 HDG Creative Design

C29

Minnie’s wax wraps

T32

Sweet Solutions Ltd

54 Blue Peacock

202 Healy NZ

F12

Mismatched

70 The Balanced Dog

232 Book Discussion Scheme

602 Heavenly Bodies Ltd

F2

Modo Bella Italian

212 The Brothers Green

700 Brandhouse

446 Hi Hop Sale

304 My Supplements Group

802 The Empowerment Project

612 Breast Cancer Foundation NZ

714 Hollands Suzuki

50 Naked Lunches

250 The Naked Banger

430 Brilin Christchurch

62 Homebirth Canterbury Association

300 Neora Int Antiageging Skincare & Wellness

T28A

The Original Smoke & Spice

702 Bronzed Goddess

234 Hussey Imports

Lounge2

New Zealand College of Massage

T28

The Salami Guy

316 Caci Clinic

618 Hutton Homewares

832 New Zealand Home Loans Gold

220 The Scented Soap Deli

C28

Candle Freak

246 Imbellished by Bella

816 Not Just Red Ones

418 Thermomix - Heather

T20

Cannon Hill Gourmet Foods

C1

Inga Ford Soapmaker

632 Nothing Naughty Ltd

306 Thin Lizzy

110 CCC - Recreation and Sports Unit

C30

Iron Butterfly Jewellery

434 Nutrimetics

C04

TQAprinz

608 Christchurch Bridge Club

248 Isagenix

318 NZ Gifts of Love and Strength

348 University Of Canterbury

78 Clearance Health & Beauty

58 It’s All Good NZ

230 Pain Anxiety Stress Clinic

720 ViBeri

616 Cloud 9 Float Club

C11

Jacqueline Hocquard Art

52 Park Lane Jewellery

C08

Weebleworks

C25

CMB Book Art

824 Jepra Crafts

C18

Pepin Design

600 Westende Jewellers

836 Concrete Health and Fitness

T30

JusTea NZ

820 Petka

444 Wet n Wild makeup

218 Cramp-Stop

C15

Kandle Co

646 PIPS Pregnancy Infancy Parenting Support

410 Whole Home Solutions Ltd

642 Cressy & Charmed

F6

Karen Musk Design

432 Polson Higgs Wealth Management

214 Wholistic Health & Healing

242 Crown Limousines

A3

Kasia Wiercinska & Robbi Carvalho

C23

Pretty by Heather

T24

Wilderness Brewing

T22

Dakshina Seasonings & Curry Mixes

640 Kats Art Studio

244 Property Investors Club

F4

Willou Limited

826 Dazzle Ventures Ltd

814 Divine Cakes

T40 Kimbella’s Candy

310 Lady Ink Cosmetic Tattooing

408 Pure Romance by Laura

C10 Rainey Designs

66 World Expeditions

and many more!

Health checks

for only $25

during the expo

Dr. Olivia Currie Lifestyle GP MBChB DCH PGDipGP FRNZGP

She is a practicing medical doctor with 15 years of

experiences in general practice (clinical and academic),

oncology and paediatrics. Clients seen over the years

have taught her how amazing the human body truly is in

healing itself when provided the right environment. This

is not limited to high blood pressure, diabetes, polycystic

ovaries, fatty liver, gout, chronic inflammation, anxiety,

and depression.

What is Lifestyle Medicine?

Lifestyle Medicine is a branch of medicine that helps people improve health,

optimise medication use and keep chronic health conditions in remission

with diet and lifestyle changes.

Who is Real Healthy Me?

We are a team of lifestyle GP, health coaches, dietitian and pharmacist who

support your journey to good health by maintaining your current lifestyle

whilst optimising your diet, movement , sleep, and how we think and connect

with others. By gaining better health, you can be a better you for yourself and

for those around you. Make an appointment with Dr. Olivia or our team.

• Diet and Lifestyle

Consultations

• Health Coaching

• Health

Programmes

Freedom in health mind and wellbeing www.realhealthyme.com Level 1, 20 Welles Street, Christchurch Central 03 365 3650


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2-for-1

tickets on

The ultimate weekend

for women is back!

Sat 3 & Sun 4 Oct, Horncastle Arena

Opening hours: Sat 10am-5pm & Sun 10am-4pm

Door sales $10 & kids under 12 free!

The Women’s Lifestyle Expo is the perfect

girls’ day out, bringing together around 180

companies under one roof for one weekend!

The expo will have something for everyone’s

taste. Whether you're looking for the perfect

gift for a friend or family member with the

unique range of artisan craft and giftware,

after a bit of pampering for yourself, or need

to stock up on your eco-friendly essentials,

you can be sure you’ll find what you need.

Renee Murray, NZME Event Director, says

“It’s been incredible seeing our communities

coming together to support local. We are so

pleased to be able to hold events that

provide an opportunity to kiwi businesses and local Christchurch companies

to connect with thousands of women. It's a great chance for the people of

Christchurch to attend the show and support local businesses after what has been

a deeply challenging time for many.”

The show features artisan crafters exhibiting alongside national brands like Lorna

Jane Activewear, Caci Clinic, Les Mills and Suzuki. It’s great to see all the various

women visit the show, from teenagers and young women, to mothers and

grandmothers, and friends simply enjoying each other’s company.

What is a Women's Lifestyle Expo all about?

If you've never been before, you are in for a treat, but you do need a few hours up your

sleeve! The expo is an all-encompassing haven, where you can find exhibitors offering

everything from the essentials, to luxuries and indulgences. From sampling gourmet food

and beverages, treating yourself to a new outfit or pair of shoes, checking out the latest in

eco-friendly products, learning about new businesses, purchasing cosmetics and skincare,

browsing for a new car and so much more, there's a lot to see under one roof.

Meet the makers in the Artisan Craft Zone

Come and meet the makers of beautiful things in the Artisan Craft Zone where over

25 companies will showcase their original products, often not found in shops including

art, handmade soaps and beauty products, baby gifts, home decor, jewellery, fashion

accessories and more.

Tempting treats in the Taste Zone

The show also includes a mini food show with over 30 companies sampling and selling their

products in the Taste Zone. Appreciating that shopping, tasting, trying and testing can be

hard work, the expo Taste Zone will be on hand to offer pick-me-ups, tasty treats and bites to

keep you going.

With everything from wine, cider, culinary oils, meat rubs and spices, craft liquors, boutique

condiments, sweet treats and much more, this zone is always a popular area of the show. Try

samples from the various companies and take home what you love.

Inspire your style in the Fashion Zone

This year’s expo will feature a variety of fashion sites for you to shop from including Lorna

Jane Activewear, Fascino Shoes, a huge range of stylish items from Style 358, Italian fashion,

Mismatched shoes, Birdini sandals, Elusive Lingerie, stunning accessories

and much more.

Grab a goodie bag bargain!

Only available at the Women’s Lifestyle Expo, these

goodie bags have become famous with expo visitors

who love a bargain. These mystery bags include

a variety of skincare and cosmetic products, a

fashion scarf and more. Priced at only $20, these

bags are always a hit! Only while stocks last.

Find out more at

womenslifestyleexpo.co.nz

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