Bay Harbour: October 07, 2020

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Lights, camera, action for Davids

ROLL CAMERA: Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board chairwoman Alexandra Davids will star in Charity

Global TV’s show Adventure All Stars.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

• By Louis Day

LOCAL BODY politician

Alexandra Davids has been cast

for a “groundbreaking travel

show” on television.

The Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

chairwoman will feature in

Charity Global TV’s show

Adventure All Stars.

The show will take Davids

away to a secret location for six

days where she will be tasked

with performing a range of

adventure-based challenges

in a bid to raise money for

her chosen charity, Keep New

Zealand Beautiful, of which she

is the chairwoman.

All proceeds made from the

show are donated to charities

across the world, including

Keep New Zealand Beautiful.

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Feature Listings...

Sumner & Mt Pleasant

Diabetes

to benefit

from

Lions club

fundraiser

• By Avneesh Vincent

THE FERRYMEAD Lions Club

had its biggest garage sale yet,

raising more than $2500 on

Saturday.

More than 600 of the 1000

items ranging from kitchenware,

exercise bikes to old music records

were sold, said club president

Bernie Godden.

The amount raised was nearly

three times more than at the

inaugural sale two years ago at

the Mt Pleasant Yacht Club. The

garage sale, this year, was held at

Ferrymead Heritage Park.

Godden said that the change in

venue was due to a lack of storage

and also the current venue was

more convenient as it is the home

of the club.

Most of the items sold were

priced under $50. However, an

antique table lamp sold for $100,

while a large cupboard-sized iron

gate and an original record turntable,

sold for $50 each, among a

few other collections.

Said Godden: “About 100 people

came in and bought something,

spending $20 on an average.”

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Sumner Silver Band

Thursday, 7-9pm

Redcliffs Bowling Club, James St

If you are interested in joining (instruments

supplied) or just listening

to a traditional brass band, then go

along to our rehearsals. Phone Peter

Croft on 384 9534 to confirm your

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Mt Pleasant Bridge Club

Wednesday, 7pm and Friday, 1pm

Mt Pleasant Yacht Clubrooms, Scott

Park, 21 Main Rd

All visitors are welcome. Be seated

15min prior to the start of the session.

If you do not have a partner

please phone Raylene on 384 9677.

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Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm

3 McCormacks Bay Rd, Mt Pleasant

The community-owned market

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food every Saturday.For more information,

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of the products which are regularly

available include fish, cheeses fruit,

vegetables, vegan food, meat, seedlings

and flowers.

Rotary Market

Sunday, 8.30am-12.30pm

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

A variety of stalls will be available,

including fresh produce, jams and

preserves, and recycled clothing,

books and tools. Every Sunday, with

all proceeds supporting the community.

Phone Vance at 022 382 0086.

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Monday, 11am and 1.30pm,

Wednesdays, 9am and Friday,

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Redcliffs Bowling Club, 9 James St

People over 65 can get back to exercising

and enjoying the camaraderie

while maintaining a safe distance.

Classes focus on the key factors that

allow this age group to maintain their

independence, strength and mobility.

For details, phone Kris on 021 262

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Mt Pleasant Tennis Club

Tuesday, 9.30am, Saturday,

1.30pm

11 Quarry Rd, Mt Pleasant

Seniors play causually on Tuesday

mornings and in organised games on

Saturdays. Juniors have Hot Shots on

Saturday mornings, as well as other

afternoons during term time. For

more information, visit mtpleasanttennis.org.nz

Tai Chi: Meditation in Motion

Tuesday, 7-8.30pm

St Anne’s School hall, 739 Ferry Rd

Tai Chi is a low impact mind and

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physical and mental health benefits.

First class is free. Phone Frances on

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Wastewater discharge views to be discussed

OPTIONS ON how Akaroa’s

wastewater should be discharged

are being discussed next week.

The Akaroa treated wastewater

options hearings panel will start

hearing oral submissions on

Monday.

The city council sought submissions

on the project over four

weeks in July and August.

Four options for dealing with

highly treated wastewater from

Akaroa were presented for

feedback –

three where

the treated

wastewater

would be used

to irrigate

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and one where

it would be

piped out

into the midharbour

through a new outfall.

At the close of consultation

341 submissions had been

received from individuals,

organisations and businesses,

with 83 asking to speak at the

hearings.

The hearings panel comprises

six elected members – city

councillors Pauline Cotter,

Aaron Keown, Mike Davidson,

and Sara Templeton, and Banks

Peninsula Community Board

CONSULTATION: Options on how Akaroa’s wastewater should be discharged are being

discussed from Monday.

PHOTO: NEWSLINE ​

members Nigel Harrison and

Tori Peden.

Hearings will be held in

Akaroa and Christchurch and

are open to the public.

Submitters were asked five

questions. The two most pertinent

were whether they favoured

highly treated wastewater

being discharged to land or to

the harbour, and then, if the

mayor and councillors decide it

should go to land, which of three

locations would the submitter

prefer – inner bays (Robinsons

Bay, Takamātua and Hammond

Point), Goughs Bay, or Pompeys

Pillar.

A harbour discharge was supported

by 179 submitters and

discharge to land was supported

by 107 submitters. Another 55

submitters did not indicate a

preference.

Submissions supporting a

new harbour outfall included

comments on themes relating

to: leaking and damaged pipes

needing to be fixed first, the

harbour being the only safe

and feasible option, extending

the outfall beyond the heads,

treating the wastewater to an

even higher level and a harbour

outfall representing best value

for ratepayers.

Submissions supporting land

disposal included comments on

themes relating to the importance

of protecting the harbour,

biodiversity, community education,

climate change.

Submitters were asked to give

their first, second and third

preference for the land-based

locations.

The inner bays option was

the most preferred, with 92

submitters ranking it their first

choice.

Forty-six submitters ranked

Goughs Bay as first choice and

29 submitters preferred Pompeys

Pillar. Many submitters (166) did

not indicate a location preference.

Cty council staff will

recommend that highly treated

wastewater should be discharged

to land, with the preferred

location being the inner bays.

Staff also sought feedback

from submitters on the use of

highly treated wastewater in its

parks. This was supported by 247

submitters, was not supported

by 46, with the remaining 48 not

stating a view.

Submitters were also asked

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The Christchurch Foundation: An

A review into the

annual contribution

of up to $600,000

from ratepayers to

the Christchurch

Foundation is currently

under way. Some see

the funding as an

inappropriate use of

public money, others

see it as an investment

into the city’s future.

Louis Day finds out

more about the

foundation

CHRISTCHURCH Foundation

chief executive Amy Carter

describes the organisation’s

inception as “an earthquake

story.”

After millions of dollars were

sent to Christchurch from across

the globe in the aftermath of the

devastating earthquake sequence,

it became apparent there was a

need for a more “strategic approach

to philanthropy.”

A mayoral fund and Government

initiative were launched to

take on the outpouring of support,

but neither were developed

with a long-term view.

This led to the Canterbury

Earthquake Recovery Authority

investigating various charitable

models that could look to attract

and mediate philanthropic donations

to Christchurch centred

causes.

It eventually left the responsibility

to set up such an entity

with the city council. In 2016,

the city council approved the establishment

of the Christchurch

Foundation and the following

year it became a registered charity,

intended to act as a vehicle for

philanthropy into the city.

The city council agreed to

contribute up to $600,000 a year

towards the foundation for six

years, subject to a review which

is now being conducted by an

independent supplier. The review

will give the city council the ability

to terminate, alter or continue

with the current agreement.

Councillors are expected to make

a decision before Christmas.

Readers of The Star have expressed

their concern with

the city council’s contribution

to the foundation, seeing it as an

inappropriate use of ratepayer

money.

However, Mayor Lianne

FUTURE

FOCUS:

Christchurch

Foundation

chief executive

Amy Carter

believes the

contribution

from ratepayers

into the

foundation

is a smart

investment into

the future of

the city.

PHOTO:

GEOFF SLOAN

Dalziel, who is also a member of

the foundation’s board, believed

ratepayers should be “incredibly

proud” of the contribution they

have made to the foundation.

“People can look at dollar

and cents and say that is a lot of

money if they don’t know what

the return is, but the return will

keep coming for many generations,”

she said.

Carter also believed the contribution

from ratepayers was a

“smart investment in the future

of Christchurch.”

She thought the contributions

of ratepayers would play a big

role in helping to fulfil the foundation’s

ambitions to support

local causes for at least a century.

The foundation is working

towards being fully financially

independent from the city council

by 2023 and has suggested a

gradual reduction in operational

funding from the council until

then, Carter said.

She said Christchurch’s

response to the March 15 terror

attacks really put the city on the

map and had launched the foundation

10 years ahead of schedule

in terms of building connections

across the globe, assisting in its

endeavour for financial independence

from the city council.

Last year, the foundation held

an event in London marking the

launch of its United Kingdom

branch, it is currently working

through setting one up in the

United States. It is hoped these

branches will attract further

donations from overseas.

“We hosted an event up there

[London], beginning to build

our database of ex-pats. But we

also spoke with people like The

Rockefeller Foundation, we met

with the Premier League and the

Cricket League looking for opportunities

for collaboration and

March 15 opened those doors for

us,” she said.

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earthquake story

“It [March 15] slingshot us forward

The report also showed she pandemic.

10 years in terms of build-

received a bonus of $35,000 over However, instead of focusing

ing relationships which is really the 2018/2019 financial year, on the money being given to the

important for gifting. You don’t something Carter said was no foundation from the city council,

hit someone up for $1 million longer happening.

Carter thought it was important

when you are having a cup of tea “I have removed the bonus for ratepayers to ask themselves

with them, so it is a long game, component because it seemed to if the foundation provided them

not a short game, you have to upset people whereas the intention

with a good return on invest-

build trust. That is what has been

of having a bonus was to put ment. She thought it did.

so impressive with the council’s KPIs on me that meant I had to The first gift the foundation

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While Carter was unwilling to

disclose her current salary, the

most recent annual report from

the foundation shows that she

was paid $214,078 during the

2018/2019 financial year.

However, her salary will

become public when the foundation’s

annual report for the previous

financial year is released in

the next few months.

Strategic Pay chief executive

John McGill said the salaries of

charity chief executives across the

country can range widely from

well below to well above $100,000

a year.

Carter said she had since

taken a voluntary reduction

to her salary which was now

“significantly less” than the figure

recorded within the foundation’s

most recent annual report.

working for one of the big charities

in a senior leadership role.

“I don’t want to sound tripe

because I know I am incredibly

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some of New Zealand’s biggest

entities and to hold their own in

conversation with global foundations

and various sophisticated

donors.

“It is not a $50,000 a year job,

that is just the reality.”

The foundation also took a 10

per cent reduction in the donation

it receives from the council

this year in response to the

generated from donations made

by TSB, Southbase and Spark.

The foundation also received

18,000 different donations within

the first 24 hours of the devastating

March 15 terror attacks

taking place. Overall, more than

$12 million has been raised in

response to the shootings so far.

More than $9 million has been

distributed in total with $3,570,000

being given to the next of kin of

victims, $1 million to the bullet injured,

$1.2 million to children and

widows of victims, $415,000 dished

out from the medical support

fund, $470,000 handed out from

the community support fund and

an additional $615,000 has been

administered to those financially

burdened by the attacks through

the hardship fund.

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Wednesday October 7 2020

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‘We planted 3000 trees’

•From page 5

An education fund has also

been set up, a long-term legacy

which will support 108 children

with tertiary education and training.

Al Noor Mosque Imam Gamal

Fouda said the foundation had

played a “crucial” role in helping

the Muslim community recover

from last year’s attacks.

Former city councillor Raf

Manji played a leading role in

the foundation’s response to

the attacks, spearheading its

engagement with the Muslim

community over a three month

period which shaped its distribution

model.

More recently, the foundation

has worked alongside Meridian

energy in moving towards creating

a tui corridor throughout

Christchurch.

A corridor of tui tucker plants,

a tui favourite, will be planted

across Christchurch to encourage

the bird back into the city.

Carter said Meridian Energy

came to the foundation wanting

to contribute to the environmental

aspect of the city, so she came

up with the idea of a tui corridor.

“That was my idea, I pitched it

to

them [Meridian], they went yeah,

we would love to do it so we

planted 3000 trees on city council

MILLERS

GRAND

TREE-MENDOUS: In collaboration with the Christchurch

Foundation and Sustainable Coastlines, Meridian Energy

hosted its first planting day last week at the Christchurch

Adventure Park as it looks to create a Tui corridor through

the city.

land on Friday [last week].”

This is an example of the

foundation’s “project funding”

approach.

The second approach it employs

in facilitating acts of philanthropy

in the city is a strategy Carter

labelled as “pass-through giving.”

“Like the gift to Turanga, we

bring the money in and pass it

straight on to the beneficiary of

the donor’s choice. We have also

done that for other things in the

city like SCAPE [public art] and

the Christchurch Symphony

Orchestra.”

The third approach is endowment

funding. This involves

donors giving capital to the

charity which it then invests and

distributes the profits of to the

donor’s cause of choice.

This multi-faceted approach

from the charity has caught the

eye of Susan Dolton, who will be

studying the charity as part of

a Winston Churchill Memorial

Trust Fellowship grant into the

research of strategies in disaster

grant-making.

Open day at tennis club

THE REDCLIFFS Tennis

Club will hold its annual

open day on Saturday between

1-4pm.

The event will be postponed

• From page 1

He said it took more than a

dozen members and a week to

unload and display the items

which were donations from the

club members and the general

public.

The proceeds of the sale would

to Sunday if the weather is not

suitable.

There will be several

giveaways, prizes, and lolly

scrambles.

VALUE: Some of the items at the Lions club fundraiser.

Items donated from public

go to Christchurch Diabetes,

one of the causes supported by

the Lions Club International

Foundation.

“The unsold items would

most probably be used for next

year’s sale, hopefully,” Godden

said.

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Positive music album proving popular

• By Bea Gooding

MICHAL BUSH has always had

a passion for connecting with

children through the world of

music.

The mother of three has now

become a hit on YouTube, with

her song Kindness is Free, stacking

up more

than 40,000

views.

The positive

song, which

came out in

2019, helped

Michal Bush

her and other

parents talk to

their children about the March

15 mosque attacks and the importance

of kindness.

To help families take a break

from the “overwhelming”

anxieties of the world during

Covid-19, Bush created Can You

Make Music? – a new, 15-track

children’s music album with an

overarching theme of well-being.

Bush said the album was

recorded during the lockdown

and took three to four months

to complete, with the help of a

funding grant from Creative

New Zealand.

“Music is an incredible tool for

heavy issues. I think the world

is so overwhelming, and as a

parent and teacher, it’s a heavy

POPULAR: Michal Bush’s new children’s music album, Can You Make Music?, helps kids

deal with tough issues in the wake of Covid-19 through music. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

responsibility to take the anxiety

out of the world to protect your

kids,” she said.

“So this is using music in a

positive way to help children focus

on the goodness in the world,

and as parents, it helps you to

take a deep breath, have fun, and

see that life is beautiful.”

Bush has always loved music

and has been songwriting since

she was a child. She started

focusing on children’s music for

the last eight years following the

birth of her daughter.

Ever since, she has performed

in numerous early childhood

centres, pre-schools, trusts and

online to develop children’s interest

in singing and rhythm with

her Music with Michal Club.

“It’s [music] so much a part

of who I am, how I process the

world, how I get my thoughts out

and how I connect with other

people,” she said.

“I’m so drawn to children’s

music because I love the wonder

and awe of it, it’s the best job

ever. Children are such a wonderful

audience, they come with

so much joy.”

Her songs have been used as a

resource by teachers and parents

across the country. Her children

were a “big” part of the process

having heard the album through

its different stages of completion

and also sang in a few songs.

Said Bush: “Thanks to the

grant from Creative NZ, I was

able to hire my friends who are

amazing producers to help produce

the album, which we made

from our own homes. It was a

very cool process.

“The album brings joy and

connection between parent

and child, which celebrates

the childlike point of view of

the world, sparks creativity in

children and helps parents feel

like kids again.”

•The Can You Make

Music? album was

released last month and

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‘Entertaining’

politician to

appear in

travel show

• From page 1

Davids said she was approached

to feature on the show by

producers after the charity was

picked as one of the recipients of

the show’s proceeds.

Davids said the producers

looked through her social media

and thought she would be

“entertaining.”

She said she was hoping to

raise awareness about Keep New

Zealand Beautiful by participating

in the show.

“For me, it is getting that

exposure for the organisation.

“We are obviously a well-known

charity in New Zealand but it is

always about keeping the charity

current.

“The real goal is really about

getting more people involved in

cleaning up New Zealand.”

Davids is no stranger to the

camera. She drew public attention

in 2013 when several “glamour

shots” of the at the time 27-yearold

appeared across mainstream

media.

This coincided with several

of her election billboards being

stolen throughout her campaign.

Something which she said at the

time left her “a bit freaked out.”

DENIS O’ROURKE

Candidate, Banks Peninsula

Resident of Port Hills for 50 years

Ex-Christchurch City Councillor (15 years) and New

Zealand First MP (6years). Long career in law, business,

and serving on boards of Crown agencies.

My vision for New Zealand:

•Clean, healthy and supportive environment.

•Disciplined, fair, and caring community.

•Prosperous, inclusive and resilient economy.

My Priorities:

•GST off all staple food to help low income families.

•Environmental sustainability, especially water, waste and

recycling – current chairperson of the Central Plains Water Trust

and former chairman of the Recovered Materials Foundation.

•Practical consensus based climate change policies.

•Housing assistance for first home buyers and second-chancers

into home ownership.

•Government investment in new employment rich sustainable

industries, the arts film and entertainment, and especially in new

technology industries.

•Strong border security with all returnees paying their fair share.

•Stronger regional economies through the Provincial Growth

Fund.

•Targeted government assistance for the development of small

and medium businesses.

•An immigration policy strictly targeted to genuine labour and

skills shortages.

•Always looking after the elderly and all vulnerable groups.

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Planting trees helps transform hill

THE OWNER of a 4ha slice of

paradise overlooking the city has

been working to transform the

area into a valuable recreational

asset for the community.

In the past three years, Christoph

Schacherer has worked with

friends, neighbours, volunteers,

and the wider community to

plant more than 2000 native

trees, shrubs and flaxes.

Plant species such as tōtara,

mānuka, kānuka, and toetoe,

now span 1.2ha of his hill block

in Huntsbury Gully.

Schacherer has owned the

property for around 25 years and

three years ago received $10,000

of Immediate Steps biodiversity

funding.

“We’ve held planting days each

year and there’s always a really

good turnout,” he said.

“We’ve had families, friends

and neighbours all come along

with a packed lunch to sit and

enjoy the view of the city below

while they take a break.”

The area that has been planted

connects the Waterfall track that

runs through Huia Gilpin Reserve,

with Mt Vernon Park, on

the opposite side of the valley.

Schacherer’s neighbour, John

Howard, has been supportive

throughout the project and regularly

helps maintain the plantings,

which may provide habitat

for native bird species including

tūī and kererū, and habitat for

native lizards, once established.

The site previously had significant

gorse cover but weed

control work was carried out

before the planting, and ongoing

maintenance will help the plants

become established, providing

habitat for native bird species.

Much of the area was cleared

by hand and mulch was placed

around the base of each plant to

keep weeds and grass away, giving

the plants freedom to grow.

“Once the plantings have

PARADISE: New plantings

overlook the waterfall

gully, with Mt Vernon Park

opposite. ​

established the gorse will require

a lot less maintenance and the

hillside will become more stable,

which will help reduce erosion in

the area,” said Schacherer.

The lifestyle property is located

on land that is difficult to build

on or develop, making it the

ideal place for a native biodiversity

corridor to be developed.

The city council exchanged

a significant portion of land

around this area many years ago

for more suitable land further

down the valley that could be

built on.

“I wanted to keep the block

and develop it not with buildings,

but with nature. I hope to

covenant it in the future, protecting

it forever,” he said.

“I want to bring back the

connection between people and

nature and I want people to use

the track, have picnics, and bring

their kids along to enjoy the

environment.”

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Your Local Views

There is no such thing as waste

Dave Bryce of

the Redcliffs/

Te Rae Kura

Eco Village

group says

it is focusing

on waste and

pollution during October

IN NATURE, there’s no such

thing as “waste”, because

everything is a resource for some

organism, and everything is part

of a natural cycle.

These are ecological principles

which have applied and evolved

over billions of years.

What humans have been doing

over many years, however,

has created huge damage to our

planet, including depletion of

resources, destruction of natural

habitats and pollution of our

oceans, freshwater, air, land and

food.

Ecological principles suggest

we should instead be:

•Making fewer and durable

products – some cellphones are

being manufactured now, which

can be repaired by their owners

to replace screens, batteries and

cameras, thus extending their

useful life

•Avoiding creation of, and use

of, harmful substances – pesticide

use is being reduced significantly

by many farmers converting to

regenerative agriculture;

•Taking “whole of life

responsibility” (stewardship) of

products

•Ensuring product materials

can be and are recycled (circular

economy) Government has

recently introduced stewardship

requirements on some industries

•Purchasing and consuming no

more than we really need – thinking

about this will significantly

reduce living costs and waste

levels

•Repurposing products at the

end of their useful life – there are

many “community sheds” now,

where volunteers delight in these

activities;

•Recycling materials for new

products – all the 2021 Tokyo

Olympics medals will be made

from gold, silver and bronze, extracted

from six million discarded

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What Christchurch can do to pull

through the effects of COVID

By Boyd Warren

The economic and social effects

of COVID-19 are unlike

anything we’ve seen.

While the immense public health

consequences seen worldwide

have not fully eventuated in

Aotearoa New Zealand, there’s

|no doubt about the massive

disruption inflicted on our

economy and our way of life

To be frank, our city’s economy is

expected to change significantly

as a result of COVID-19. That

change may be challenging but it

is necessary – and has been for

some time.

The post-quake boom disguised

the fact our local economy wasn’t

evolving as it needed to in the

long term. As the sustainable

economic development agency

for Ōtautahi Christchurch,

ChristchurchNZ is working to

foster that evolution.

Simply put, this initiative will

create valuable and sustainable

jobs for Christchurch.

Attracting businesses to

Christchurch is also a core

function of ChristchurchNZ

and clearly vital work towards

economic stability. Attracting

the right players will boost future

jobs numbers, as we’ve seen

recently with ANZ establishing

a large call centre here.

ChristchurchNZ has also worked

with city and iwi partners to

identify sectors of existing local

advantage with the potential for

global growth, called Supernodes.

These are aerospace and future

transport, health tech and

resilient communities, food,

fibre and agritech, and hi-tech

services, and represent a rich

seam of potential. We hope to

foster these areas, ultimately

creating and sustaining high

value jobs.

INNOVATION: We want our

work to create valuable jobs

for the city

We also know ChristchurchNZ

needs to support people who

have been impacted by COVID

into employment or tertiary

institutions to upskill. There are

approximately 9,000 more job

seekers (including COVID

income relief payment recipients)

in Canterbury than at the

beginning of the year, and this

will likely increase as wage

subsidies end. ChristchurchNZ

is working with Ngāi Tahu,

government agencies, education

providers, charitable trusts and

individual businesses to support

these people.

Yes, there’s a lot happening but

it’s important to point out the

post-COVID situation in

Canterbury is not all doom and

gloom. Our new Canterbury

Economic Activity Index shows

economic activity in August was

about 1.3 per cent higher than

the same time in 2019, compared

to a 0.1 per cent increase in New

Zealand as a whole.

This shows our economy is

recovering at an above average

rate, thanks in part to a 19 per

cent increase in local

manufacturing activity, and

retail spending of $674m in

August, 4 per cent higher than

the same time last year.

Despite the challenges faced

globally, Ōtautahi Christchurch

remains an attractive place to

work and do business. But as

with our earthquake recovery,

COVID recovery is not about

replacing what was lost but

reimagining our home to ensure

future prosperity.

Cantabrians know how to work

together to make things happen

and our job is to support that and

make it real.

Boyd Warren is the General

Manager for Innovation

and Business Growth at

ChristchurchNZ

We all know this city is wellversed

in emergency response

and disaster resilience. The

effects of COVID may be

unprecedented, but we also know

this city has a track record in

pulling through successfully.

In the immediate aftermath of

the pandemic outbreak, our

focus was on saving jobs and

businesses and encouraging local

spending to ensure cashflow.

ChristchurchNZ and its partners

have facilitated COVID-19-

related support services for

thousands of businesses who

sought it and continue to do so.

We launched a hugely significant

domestic tourism campaign and

have attracted a range of major

events to drive both local and

visitor spending.

Along with this immediate work,

we appreciate how vital it is to

create new jobs.

To serve this goal, in August we

invested into the creation of a

city-wide innovation ecosystem

with Ara Institute of Canterbury

and Ministry of Awesome

through the Te Ōhaka Centre for

Growth & Innovation and the

University of Canterbury

through ThincLab.

OPPORTUNITY: Despite our challenges, this city remains an attractive place to live in and to do business.


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BANKS PENINSULA,

TE TAI TONGA

AKAROA

Akaroa Area School Gymnasium,

141 Rue Jolie (Selwyn Avenue entrance)

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Akaroa Fire Station,

49 Beach Road

Wed 7 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 10am - 4pm

Wed 14 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 10am - 4pm

Fri 16 Oct 10am - 3pm

BROMLEY

Union Church Hall, 378 Linwood Avenue

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

CASHMERE

Cashmere Primary School Hall,

135 Hackthorne Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Landsdowne Community Centre,

8 Landsdowne Terrace

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

South Christchurch Library,

66 Colombo Street

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 10am - 4pm

Mon 5 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 9am - 7pm

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 10am - 4pm

Mon 12 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 9am - 7pm

Fri 16 Oct 9am - 4pm

CASS BAY

TS Godley (former Navy League Drill

Hall), 64 Governors Bay Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

DUVAUCHELLE

Duvauchelle Community Centre,

6039 Christchurch Akaroa Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

GOVERNORS BAY

Governors Bay Community Centre,

1 Cresswell Avenue

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

HALSWELL

Halswell School Hall, Corner Kennedys

Bush & School Roads

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Oaklands School Hall,

37 Cunningham Place

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Saint Peter & Paul's Church Hall Halswell

(formerly Our Lady of the Apostles),

56 Nicholls Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sun 11 Oct 12:30pm - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

St Mary's Anglican Church Hall,

329 Halswell Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre, Piharau

Room, 341 Halswell Road

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 10am - 4pm

Mon 5 Oct - Sat 10 Oct 9am - 7pm

Sun 11 Oct - Mon 12 Oct 10am - 4pm

Tue 13 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 9am - 7pm

Fri 16 Oct 9am - 4pm

HEATHCOTE VALLEY

LE BONS BAY

Le Bons Bay Community Hall,

Le Bons Bay Domain

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 12pm

LINWOOD

Linwood Avenue School Hall,

260 Linwood Avenue

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

LITTLE AKALOA

Little Akaloa Community Hall,

577-589 Little Akaloa Road

Sun 11 Oct 9am - 12pm

LITTLE RIVER

Little River School,

46 Western Valley Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

LOWER CASHMERE

Thorrington School Hall,

22A Colombo Street

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

LYTTELTON

Lyttelton Fire Station,

59 London Street

Sat 3 Oct 10am - 4pm

Tue 6 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 10am - 6pm

Sat 10 Oct 10am - 4pm

Tue 13 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 10am - 6pm

Lyttelton Primary School Office,

34 Oxford Street

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Mt Pleasant School Hall,

82 Major Hornbrook Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

OKAINS BAY

Okains Bay School,

1163 Okains Bay Road

Sat 10 Oct 2pm - 5pm

OPAWA

Opawa Community Church, 1-5 Aynsley

Terrace (corner of Opawa Road &

Aynsley Terrace)

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

PIGEON BAY

Pigeon Bay Hall, 40 Wharf Road

Sun 11 Oct 9am - 12pm

PORT LEVY

Old Port Levy School,

Western Valley Road

Sun 11 Oct 2pm - 5pm

RĀPAKI

Rāpaki Marae, 37 Rapaki Drive

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 5pm

REDCLIFFS

Redcliffs School Hall,

113 Beachville Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

St Andrew's Anglican Church,

148 Main Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

ST MARTINS

Hillview Christian Junior School,

150 Wilsons Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

St Martins School Hall,

24 Albert Terrace (opposite

Roscoe Street)

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

SUMNER

Sumner Centre (Matuku Takotako),

Corner Nayland Street & Wakefield

Avenue

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 10am - 3:30pm

Mon 5 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 10am - 5:30pm

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 10am - 3:30pm

Mon 12 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 10am - 5:30pm

Fri 16 Oct 10am - 3:30pm

Sumner School, 21 Colenso Street

(Dryden Street West entrance)

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

WAINUI

Wainui Community Centre,

1 Wainui Valley Road

Sun 11 Oct 2pm - 5pm

WOOLSTON

Bamford School, 10 Gould Crescent

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

St John's Church Hall,

2 St Johns Street (corner of Ferry Road)

Sat 3 Oct - Thu 15 Oct 10am - 6pm

Fri 16 Oct 10am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

CRACROFT

Christchurch Adventure Park,

225 Worsleys Road

Sat 3 Oct - Sun 4 Oct 9am - 4:30pm

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 9am - 4:30pm

DIAMOND HARBOUR

Diamond Harbour Community Hall,

2A Waipapa Avenue

Sat 10 Oct 10am - 5pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Diamond Harbour School Hall,

13 Hunters Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Heathcote Valley School Hall,

61 Bridle Path Road

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

HOON HAY

Cashmere Early Learning Centre,

192 Cashmere Road

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

HUNTSBURY

Huntsbury Community Centre,

30H Huntsbury Avenue

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Port Hills Uniting Parish,

40 Winchester Street

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

MOUNT PLEASANT

Mount Pleasant Yacht Club,

2 Main Road (Scott Park)

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Mt Pleasant Community Centre,

3 McCormacks Bay Road

Sat 3 Oct - Fri 16 Oct 9am - 4pm

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Cashmere High School,

Room M10, 172 Rose Street

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Pioneer Recreation & Sport Centre

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Mon 5 Oct - Fri 9 Oct 9am - 2pm

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Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Somerfield School Hall,

42 Studholme Street

Sat 10 Oct 9am - 4pm

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

Te Waka Unua School Hall,

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Woolston Club Sports Hall

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43 Hargood Street

Sat 17 Oct 9am - 7pm

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Tasty Bites

Delicious cafe fare at your own home

Crepes are a delicious

meal, needing only a

green salad to finish it

off

Crepe layer pie

6 servings

Ingredients

Crepes:

110gm (¾ cup) plain flour

pinch salt

2 eggs

200ml milk

75ml water

50gm butter

Place the flour and salt into a

mixing bowl. Add the milk and

the lightly beaten eggs. Mix well

with a hand whisk. Add the water

and beat until smooth.

Melt the butter in the pan that

you are intending to cook the

crepes in. Add to the batter and

mix through.

Return the crepe pan to the

stove and heat until it is quite hot.

There should be enough butter

left in it so that you don’t have to

grease the pan.

Tip a little of the batter into the

hot pan and swirl it around so

that the bottom is evenly covered.

Cook until the top is dry, then

turn over using a fish slice and

cook the other side before removing

to a large plate. Continue in

this way until all the batter has

been used.

The filling:

50gm butter

1 large onion

200gm mushrooms

10 asparagus spears

2 tbsp plain flour

½ cup milk

250gm tub cràeme fraiche

½ smoked chicken or 2

smoked chicken breasts

salt and pepper

A little Swiss cheese to grate

over the top.

Preheat your oven to 180 deg

C.

Melt the butter in a large frying

pan. Thinly slice the onion

and add it to the pan. Cook over

a medium heat until soft. Wipe,

trim and slice the mushrooms

and add to the pan. Cook, stirring

occasionally, for a couple of

minutes.

WHOLESOME:

Crepe pie layered

with chicken,

mushrooms and

asparagus can be

served as a full

meal.

Sprinkle over the flour and stir

in well. Cook for another minute

or two, then add the milk and

mix in well. Take care not to be

too vigorous or you will break up

the mushrooms.

Let this come to a gentle simmer,

stirring fairly constantly,

then add the cràeme fraiche and

stir thoroughly.

Bring to barely a simmer and

remove from the heat. Season

with salt and freshly ground

black pepper.

Bring a pot of water to the

boil and add the asparagus that

should be cut in 2cm lengths.

Let it come back to the boil and

simmer for a minute, then tip off

the water and re-fill the pot with

cold water to stop the asparagus

cooking further. Drain well and

add to the mushroom mixture.

Remove the skin from the

smoked chicken and roughly

chop the meat. Stir this into the

rest of the ingredients.

Directions

Line a 20cm spring form tin

with baking paper. Place one of

the crepes in the base of the pan

and top with a quarter of the

filling. Top with another crepe

and another quarter of the

filling.

Continue layering until you

have finished all the filling, then

top with a final crepe.

Sprinkle over a little grated

Swiss cheese.

Cover with tinfoil and bake for

30min, then remove the tin foil

and return to the oven for a further

10min.

Take the pan from the oven and

leave for at least 10min to firm up

a little. Remove from the tin, peel

off the baking paper and serve

warm cut into wedges.

Any leftovers will successfully

reheat in the microwave.

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New Yaris draws on links to Daihatsu

IT’S PROBABLY the Toyota Motor

Company’s best kept secret, it is the

sole owner of Daihatsu.

Daihatsu used to be well

represented in New Zealand, its

range of small cars were popular,

especially in times of fuel shortages

and high fuel prices, the threecylinder

engines that characterised

many of the models were

economical, honest and charming.

As recent history has served

to prove, Daihatsu is no longer

marketed new in New Zealand,

but you can guarantee the threecylinder

engine technology that

Daihatsu developed through the

years has been widely scrutinised

by Toyota when it developed the

fourth-generation Yaris.

Yes, the brand new Yaris is very

much a departure from the old

model. There are hybrid options,

and each of the four variants is

powered by a 1.5-litre three-pot

engine. Sure, most of Daihatsu’s

three-cylinder engines were just

999c, but I’m picking the basic

engine construction bears many

similarities to the faithful units

Daihatsu pumped out in the

hundreds of thousands.

Not only does the new Yaris

have rather special drivelines, it

also incorporates a tasteful, fresh

body style, it is curvy with just

the right amount of design flair. It

looks youthful and almost daring,

the test car was finished in a lime

green with black accents, it looked

terrific and gained favourable

comment during the time I had the

evaluation car in my care.

The newcomer starts at $25,990

for the non-hybrid GX, the subject

of this evaluation. I’m due to drive

the two ZR models soon, they list

at $29,990 (petrol) and $32,990

(petrol/electric). There’s also a GX

hybrid which lists at $27,990. These

are all prices which will bring cheer

to the fuel-conscious buyer, for not

only are you getting good value

but you will benefit from frugal

efficiency of small capacity engines.

Toyota claims a 4.9-litre per

100km combined cycle average

for the petrol-only Yaris, that

against 3.3l/100km for the hybrid.

Both are excellent figures and

are achievable, well at least in

the petrol-only model. The GX I

tested went back to the dealership

showing 5.6l/100km on the

readout, that was gleaned through

a long highway drive along the

Scenic Route/SH 72. At 100km/h

the engine ticks over slowly at just

2000rpm, returning an amazing

instantaneous figure of 3.8l/100km.

The engine is a feisty little unit

which delights with its harmonics.

TOYOTA YARIS GX: Cheeky styling and bright colours for

fourth-generation model.

Three-cylinder engines have a

specific tone, they all do it, and

that is something we’ll all need to

adjust to, engines of this type are

being churned out by a multitude

of manufacturers these days, and

they all have similar sound and

characteristics.

They also develop a lot of natural

torque, pulling from low in the

rev band and, when coupled to a

continuously variable automatic

transmission, there is a lot of natural

freedom, the two elements combine

to provide a seamless flow of power.

Toyota lists the newcomer with a

power figure of 88kW. If you add in

145Nm of torque from 4800rpm to

5200rpm, they are the ingredients

which make the three-potter so

special, it hauls solidly all through

the rev band, peaking at 6600rpm

and delighting as it revs through.

Acceleration is relatively smart

for its role with a 10.8sec standstill

to 100km time, while it will also

complete an overtaking manoeuvre

(80-120km/h) in 7sec.

I’ve made no secret over the

years of my enthusiasm for triple

engines, and the Yaris’ unit is one

of the best, it is a delight in terms

of honesty and its thrifty nature

speaks for itself. I was relatively

enthusiastic when I drove the

car, yet it still delivered good

economy.

The long, straight roads of

Canterbury don’t have many

corners, but I did deviate to a

road which has some tight bends

which always tax a chassis and

suspension. I found the Yaris

to have traditional handling

qualities; typically Toyota it has

solid steering feel and moderate

suspension settings which contain

well a tall body height (1.5m) from

gravitational movement.

Even though the rear suspension

• Price – Toyota Yaris GX,

$25,990

• Dimensions – Length,

3940mm; width, 1695mm;

height, 1500mm

• Configuration – Threecylinder,

front-wheeldrive,

1490cc, 88kW,

145Nm, continuously

variable automatic.

• Performance –

0-100km/h, 10.8sec

• Fuel usage – 4.9l/100km

is a simplistic torsion beam type

and the tyres are on the small

size at 185/60 x 15in, there is an

encouraging amount of grip. Bear

in mind that in GX form the Yaris

gets steel wheels with plastic trim

covers. There’s nothing wrong

with that, when you are buying a

$25k you should expect just the

essentials.

In saying that, while the

interior trim has just the basics

the Yaris still gets a solid suite of

safety spec and nothing has been

compromised with that.

If you aren’t satisfied with the

GX level of trim, the extra $4k that

will get you in ZR spec adds more

of the niceties that today’s new car

buyer is often looking for.

If you look at the Yaris’ history it

goes way back past Toyota Echo to

Starlet. The latter served my wife

brilliantly for many years, it owes

its origins to Daihatsu, it came off

that company’s production line

and was testament to the quality

both organisations incorporate as

automobile manufacturers.

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WESTERN NEWS 27

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the rewards.

Constructed in the 1970s; this home has

enjoyed thoughtful renovations over the

years and comes to the market beautifully

presented throughout but with scope to add

your own enhancements. A raft of recent

exterior refurbishments, including a new roof,

refreshed cavity-installed cladding, double

glazing and solar panels ensure comfortable

living. Inside, ornate plaster ceilings and a tiled

entrance hall lend an air of classic elegance

while the floor plan offers the flexibility and

convenience that modern lifestyles demand.

Living spaces are interconnected and plentiful

with a casual family living room, a spacious

kitchen with adjacent dining area and a

large formal lounge. Outdoor living options

are equally abundant with three spots to sit

and enjoy the views, including a balcony

overlooking the grounds and a sheltered patio.

Accommodation comprises of four

bedrooms supported by three well-appointed

bathrooms. One generously proportioned

bedroom is conveniently located downstairs

and provides ideal accommodation for guests,

an au pair or teenagers. Great positioning for

the sun and good insulation, supplemented

by heat pumps and two gas fires to ensure

year-round comfort. Elevation to guarantee

stunning views, easy drive-on access and

excellent garaging complete this compelling

opportunity.

Our vendors are highly motivated in their

decision to sell, and this home is destined for a

change in ownership. Considerable interest is

anticipated, and interested parties are advised

to view at their earliest convenience.

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(Unless sold prior)

Open Homes: 1:30-2.00pm Wed & Sun.

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Public Notices

Possum Control –

Poison Warning

LYTTELTON BANKS PENNINSULAR

2020 - 2021

Excell Biosecurity wishes to advise that a ground-based

possum control operation will be taking place in the Lyttelton

Harbour area on Banks Peninsula. This operation is being

conducted to assist in the regeneration of native tree

plantings in the area along the Summit Road.

Areas covered: Control work encompasses the area above

and below the Sumner Road from the area above Sticking

Point up to the Godley Head turn off.

Operation start date: 4th October 2020.

Control methods used on this operation include:

Possum habitat will be targeted either using Double Tap or

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green and placed within a white bait station either set on a

wire around 50cm off the ground or mounted to a tree.

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warned to take care in these areas and not to remove carcasses

or baits. Warning signs will be posted at all access points.

Traps are going to be used throughout the area following on

from the poisoning methods. Cage traps will be used in areas

where domestic pets are likely to be present.

General warning

• Do not touch poison baits or traps.

• Do not touch poisoned carcasses.

• Keep pets under supervision.

• Do not leave children unattended.

• Follow the advice on the warning signs.

If you suspect poisoning

• Contact your local hospital, or dial 111.

• Call the National Poisons Centre 0800 POISON

– 0800 764 766.

• In the case of a domestic animal being poisoned, contact

a local veterinarian.

For further information (including maps of the operational

area) contact the Project Supervisor, Central South Island on

0508 392 355 or office@excellcorp.co.nz

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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Marlborough. It is an alternative to the traditional limestone

colour. It is used mainly in pathways, gardens, courtyards and

driveways. This finer chip packs down well and is easy to spread.

$65 PER

SCOOP

This is a decorative white, orange and gold pebble 10-19mm in

size sourced from Oamaru. It can be used to add colour to your

path, decorative garden or water feature.

Ask about our delivery and

FREE courtesy trailers today!

Conditions apply

Ferrymead 987 Ferry Road Phone 373 6550 mitre10.co.nz/trade Hours Mon-Fri 7am-7pm, Sat-Sun and Public Holidays 8am-6pm


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NEW LOCATION!

Check out our new convenient location for Handyhire! Right

inside the Landscape Zone! From wheelbarrows to tip trucks,

water blasters to diggers, we’ve got you covered for all of

your hire equipment needs! See the back page for more info!

LOADS OF BULK SUPPLIES.

ENTRY / EXIT

WATERMAN PLACE

DISPATCH

BUILDING

SUPPLIE

ENTRY / EXIT

FERRY ROAD

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HIRE EQUIPMENT

From wheelbarrows to tip trucks, water

blasters to diggers, we’ve got you covered

for all of your hire equipment needs!

We’ve Got:

NEW PRODUCTS!

• Compactors

• Water Blasters

• Pumps

• Tanks

• Generators

• Concrete Mixers

• Concrete Cutters

• Concrete

Breakers

• Paddle Floats

• Concrete

Vibrators

• Self Loading

Dumpers

• Tip Trucks

• Rotary Hoes

• Chippers

• Wheelbarrows

• Lawn Rollers

• Lawn Mowers

• Chainsaws

• Hedge Trimmers

• Scrub Cutters

• Blowers

Kato

1.7 Tonne Digger

FROM

$

80

Dewalt

Cordless Mitre Saw

Hino

5 Tonne Tip Truck

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Mikasa

Medium Plate Compactor

FROM

$

60

• Concrete Tools

• Trailers

• Diggers And

Excavators

• Electrical

Accesories

FROM

$

20

FROM

$

28

LOADS OF BULK SUPPLIES.

FERRYMEAD

STORE ENTRANCE

GARDEN

CENTRE

HUMPHREYS DR

Mikasa

Trench Rammer

Subaru

Petrol Waterblaster

ENTRY / EXIT

TO HUMPHREYS DRIVE

DISPATCH

BUILDING

SUPPLIES

FROM

$

40

FROM

$

48

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SERVICE ENTRY

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We deliver • Dumping available • Free courtesy trailer • Open 7 Days.

Now located in our Landscape Zone, 987 Ferry Road.

03 373 6551 admin@handyhire.co.nz

visit www.handyhire.co.nz for more info

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