Bay Harbour: December 23, 2020

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2020

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Rockfall risk

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Cave Rock entry

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Tech boost for 87-year-old rider

EASY RIDER: Eric Hunter, 87, is moving with the times, extending his leisurely pursuit of cycling with an ebike.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

• By Chris Barclay

ERIC HUNTER has

never been the breed of

cyclist to take short cuts on

the road, but at 87 the

evergreen rider from

Governors Bay is reluctantly

in the saddle with modern

technology.

A non-travelling reserve on

Great Britain’s cycling team

for the Melbourne Olympics in

1956, Hunter baulked when 17

of his companions on a cycling

tour through Europe in 2018

opted for an electrical power

boost.

• Turn to page 5

Covid

blamed

for rising

house

prices in

Akaroa

• By Matt Slaughter

HOUSE PRICES in Akaroa have

increased 58 per cent since last

year.

The median house price in

Akaroa is now $830,000, compared

to $525,000 at the same

time last year.

Harcourts

Akaroa sales

consultant Alan

Nobbs said a

reason for this

increase could be

because of travel

restrictions

Alan Nobbs

caused by Covid-19.

He said people may be spending

money they would have spent

on things like overseas travel on a

buying holiday homes in Akaroa

or renovating them to sell.

“I think Covid’s got a lot to do

with it. People aren’t travelling

and aren’t necessarily intending

to travel. I think we underestimate

how much Kiwi’s spend

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Wednesday December 23 2020

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what’s on

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Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10am-noon

Lyttelton Library

Take your knitting, crochet, stitching

or any other handcraft and enjoy

the company of others. Share skills

and be inspired.

Create ‘n’ Connect

Thursday, 10am-noon

St Andrew’s Church, 148 Main Rd,

Redcliffs

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project. Bring $3. To learn more,

contact Beth on 022 678 1252.

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 the rehearsals. Phone Peter

Croft on 384 9534 to confirm your

place.

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 local

community. For site inquiries, phone

Vance at 022 382 0086.

Mt Pleasant Pre-Christmas Twilight Farmers Market,

Wednesday, 5.30-7.30pm, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd, Mt Pleasant

Avoid the supermarket queues and support local at the Twilight Farmers

Market. Go along and pick up your pre-ordered Christmas ham, berries

and treats. Free Christmas cake available. ​

Use It Or Lose It

Monday, 11am and 1.30pm,

Wednesday, 9am

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

8886.

Mt Pleasant Tennis Club

Tuesday, 9.30am, Saturday,

1.30pm

11 Quarry Rd, Mt Pleasant

Seniors play casually 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 and Friday, 7-8.30pm

St Anne’s School hall, 739 Ferry Rd

Tai Chi is a low impact mind

and body exercise known for its

many physical and mental health

benefits. First class is free. Phone

Frances on 027 698 0057 for more

information.

Edith Cavell Corner

Refresh well

under way

As we draw close to Christmas, the residents at Edith

Cavell are already enjoying the benefits of the work that

has been going on to refresh the buildings and grounds,

including the newly completed bathrooms and ensuites -

an integral part of the refresh.

The fit for purpose, new bathrooms have been designed for

easy access with a refreshingly contemporary look and feel.

Manager Scott says the refurbishment work is coming along

nicely, with all the outdoor painting completed, the gardens

newly planted and the new reception area now up and

running.

The new reception will make a big difference to friends and

families visiting the village. “Before people had a choice of

walking two directions and would get a bit lost, now they are

greeted straight away with a warm welcome,” says Scott.

It’s come just in time as staff and residents look forward to

lots of visitors over the Christmas and holiday period.

“We wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a safe and

happy New Year”, says Scott.

Watch this space for more news and updates on Edith Cavell’s

refurbishment.

Edith Cavell’s new manager, Scott, pictured above one of our newly refurbished rooms.

For more information on the Edith Cavell refurbishment call (03) 326 6608

or visit heritagelifecare.co.nz/EdithCavell


Wednesday December 23 2020

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 3

Rockfall risk closes Cave Rock entry

ONE OF the entrances to

Tuawera Cave Rock, on Sumner

beach, is being closed to the

public because of the rockfall risk.

“We have recently noticed

some rockfall around the

smaller, northern entrance of

Cave Rock so for safety reasons

we have decided to close off that

access point,’’ said city council

regional parks manager Kay

Holder.

“We are putting fences and

signs up to stop people gaining

access to the cave through that

opening, however, people can

still get into the cave through the

main entrances.

“If you are entering the cave,

please move through quickly and

don’t linger. Cave Rock is a natural

rock formation that is naturally

weathering which means

we can’t completely eliminate the

risk of rockfalls.”

Cave Rock, and the historic

signal that sits atop it, both suffered

significant damage in the

earthquakes. Geotechnical work

was subsequently done on Cave

Rock to reduce the rockfall risk.

Holder said more geotechnical

work will be carried out over the

coming months to determine

the cause of the recent rockfalls

at the northern entrance and to

come up a long-term strategy.

“The fencing will remain in

SAFETY: One of the entrances to Tuawera Cave Rock, Sumner Beach, is being closed to the

public due to risks of rockfalls.

PHOTO: NEWSLINE

place until that work is completed,”

she said.

In the meantime, the city

council is also warning people

not to try and clamber up Rapanui

Shag Rock.

“Rapanui Shag Rock is subject

to rock movement with natural

weathering and shouldn’t be

climbed on.”

Cave Rock’s unusual volcanic

formation on the beach has provided

the perfect natural playground

for children and families

alike over the years.

The signal station at the top of

the rock was used to signal vessels

approaching Sumner when

the wharf at Ferrymead was used

to unload cargo for Christchurch

in the 19th-century.

In Brief

STOPPING RESTRICTIONS

Stopping and parking restrictions

on Rue Balguerie, Akaroa, have

been approved by the Banks

Peninsula Community Board at

their latest meeting. Following

requests from the community

to address traffic congestion and

parking accessibility issues due

to high demands for on-street

parking, 2hr parking restrictions

on the south-west side of Rue

Balguerie, and no-stopping

restrictions on the north-east

side, will be installed. The

restrictions will apply every day

between 8am to 6pm.

FLAG POLE MEMORIAL

The Banks Peninsula

Community Board has agreed

to support the installation of

a 9m flagpole at the French

Farm waterfront beside the

commemorative plaque naming

the 14 men from the farm who

served in World War 1. The

French Farm Working Group

made the request for support

after the area was used to

commemorate Anzac Day in

April this year, and intend on

doing so from now on once the

flagpole is installed. Following

the war, 13 men returned from

service, and their names were

embroidered on a New Zealanad

flag by the women of the bay. A

replica flag will be installed.

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 5

‘As you get older you’re

inclined to break easier’

• From page 1

But with his regular route from

Governors Bay to the Sign of

the Kiwi not getting any easier

these days, Hunter has embraced

the ebike as his preferred mode

of transport thanks to sponsor

Scotty Brown.

“It’s a hard ride up to the Kiwi,

it’s quite steep. As you get older

it becomes harder, as you can

imagine,” he said.

So the Liverpudlian, who emigrated

in 1964 to work in the hotel

industry, is now comfortable

on a bike with a top (assisted)

speed of 32km/h.

“This’ll prolong my riding, I

don’t know how many (years) I’ve

got left,” said Hunter, who started

biking competitively in 1950.

He represented England at

regular intervals, including the

Tour of Ireland and the Isle of

Man International Road Race,

which he rode for the Manx

Trophy nine times before moving

to New Zealand.

The Coast to Coast endurance

test appealed when it launched

in 1983, Hunter was in the

inaugural race and did the bike

leg 11 times. He was the oldest

competitor to complete the

243km trek when he set off as a

79-year-old.

Hunter was a founder member

of the ‘Magpies’ casual riding

group around Cashmere and

its ‘Elegant Eightys’ offshoot,

though he now rides in more

compact groups of two or three

for safety reasons.

“Unfortunately some people

FITNESS: English-born Governors Bay-based cyclist Eric

Hunter, 87, was a nine-time starter in the Isle of Man

International Road Race before emigrating.

as they get older they become

a little bit hard of hearing and

they don’t really know which way

they’re going, and there’s a few

accidents,” he said.

“As you get older you’re inclined

to break easier and you

take longer to recover.”

Naturally Hunter has had to

get back on his bike more than

once, with a broken collarbone

via a Coast to Coast pile up

nominated as his worst injury.

He has also needed two knee

replacements, a hip pin, a heart

stent and a titanium ankle.

“That was just wear and tear,”

Hunter said of his new left ankle.

“It’s actually harder to walk

than it is to ride a bike. Walking

down my driveway and along the

beach every day with my little

doggie . . . it’s harder walking

than riding a bike.”

So Hunter is at ease riding up

to 200km a week, he even managed

21km – at 23.2km/h – when

he turned 87 on December 5.

“I go out on the bike four times

a week, I play golf and I go out

on the canoe depending on the

weather,” he said.

Hunter tees off at Rawhiti, in

New Brighton, about 23km from

home, so understandably he

takes the car before driving.

PRECIOUS: A 3ha block in Okains Bay is set to become

protected, allowing a number of plant species to thrive.

Covenant will protect

native plants on farmland

ABOUT THREE hectares of

land on a beef farm in Okains

Bay will be protected by a

Banks Peninsula Conservation

Trust covenant.

The Thelning covenant project

has been “thought about for a

long time,” landowners Peter and

Cynthia Thelning said.

It was one of four projects recommended

for Immediate Steps

biodiversity funding by Banks

Peninsula Water Zone Committee

and will receive about

$16,000 of funding.

The funding will be used

alongside more than $20,000

from the city council’s Biodiversity

Fund, to fence and covenant

a 2.8ha forested section of

Okains Bay.

The project connects to several

other covenants along Okains

Bay Stream.

The Thelnings, who are farmers,

have been keen to protect

the stream and its values such as

mahinga kai and biodiversity for

a long time, and were happy to

be able to work with Banks Peninsula

Conservation Trust and

Environment Canterbury staff to

progress plans.

“Marie from BPCT has guided

us throughout the process.

“Stock will be kept out by the

fencing constructed around the

reserve, which will really preserve

the flora in the area,” Peter

Thelning said.

To allow native species to

flourish, the Thelnings will also

undertake pest and weed control,

with some sycamore control

already being completed.

Banks Peninsula Water

Zone Committee chairwoman

Benita Wakefield is proud local

landowners are taking action to

protect and enhance biodiversity

and water quality in the zone.

“Projects like this highlight the

collective effort that’s going on

to improve the waterways and

biodiversity values in our zone

and contribute to the vision of

‘ki uta ki tai’ (mountains to the

sea),’ she said.

There are a variety of native

species including adultmataī

(black pine), kahikatea (white

pine) and andtōtaraare present

in the reserve, with seedlings

coming through in the undergrowth.

The trees make good homes

for tūī, korimako (bellbirds) and

andkererū New Zealand wood

pigeons. These have all been seen

in the area by the Thelnings.

The project will help to protect

a diverse range of native plant

species, including the only native

climbing daisy with yellow flowers

-climbing groundsel (Brachyglottis

sciadophila), which is at

risk of declining according to the

Department of Conservation.

The site also contains other

native plant species such astitoki

(New Zealand ash) porokaiwhiri

(pigeonwood) and a variety of

ferns.

This indicates natural regeneration

of the site has begun, and

good ecosystem health exists – a

recipe for success when it comes

to protection projects.

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Fireworks ban for Port Hills

PARTS OF the Bay

Harbour News area are

subject to a fireworks ban

put in place last week.

After a spate of fires on

the Port Hills, fire chiefs

hope an immediate fireworks

ban and move into

a restricted fire season

will help stomp them out.

Fire and Emergency

New Zealand announced

the fireworks ban,

covering the Port Hills,

including Clifton in

• From page 1

“They’re putting it into

their houses and people are

buying their houses,” said

Nobbs.

He said Akaroa’s

proximity to Christchurch

and its impressive

landscape have made it

desirable for buyers in the

last year.

“It’s a place that’s close

to Christchurch that gets

them out of Christchurch.

It’s beautiful and there’s

quite a lot to do once

your’re there.”

Nobbs said it’s hard to

pinpoint specific examples

of houses which have

sold for significant values

in Akaroa recently, but

“there’s been quite a lot

of multi-million and million

dollar sales and more

million dollar sales in the

last six to 12 months and

several years that become

the norm.”

Sumner, where a scrub

fire led to the evacuation

of 16 homes last Tuesday,

Akaroa and Bottle Lake

Forest Park, in Burwood.

On December 9, there

were three fires on Summit

Rd and on on Governors

Bay Rd.

With the spate of

fires and conditions

drying out in the

warm temperatures,

area commander Dave

Stackhouse said the use

City buyers find area desirable

VIEWS: This house in Muter St, Akaroa, is being

sold for offers over $1.4 million, with the median

house price in the town now at $830,000,

compared to $525,000 this time last year.

A three-bedroom, twobathroom,

1158 sq m house

in Muter St, Akaroa, is

on sale for offers over $1.4

million.

Nobbs said similar

increases in median house

prices have been seen

ESTUARY MATTERS

The Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust is a non-profit

organisation formed to protect one of New Zealand’s

most important coastal wetlands. Each week, board

members will discuss matters regarding the estuary, its

rich history and what makes it unique. This week Bill

Simpson writes about the country’s youngst member

of Parliament in history

ONE OF the oddities of

our estuary edge is a wide

drain where Linwood Ave

runs into Humphreys

Drive.

The land was designated

a canal reserve when early

European settlers arrived.

A canal was planned to

be built from a planned

port in the estuary to central

Christchurch. The idea

lost momentum when the

railway tunnel from Lyttelton

opened in 1867.

The planned route was

called Canal Reserve but

over time most of it became

a road.

There were many suggestions

for a new name

including Seaward Rd,

New Commercial Rd and

Port Christchurch Rd. The

old name Canal Reserve

Rd persisted until the new

name Linwood Ave was

firmly in place by 1924.

Early plans for Christchurch

show three routes

for canals; those routes

were along Marshland Rd,

Sparks Rd, and of course

Linwood Ave.

The wide drain at the

estuary end of the avenue

has been thought to be

the start of a canal, but it

was actually a stormwater

drain. Newspaper reports

from 1935 record how

the previous road-side

open sewer and drain was

widened and deepened by

unemployed relief workers.

Tidal gates were installed

of fireworks has been

banned under the Fire

and Emergency Act.

A breach of this

act can result in two

years imprisonment or

$300,000 fine.

Said Stackhouse:

“Using fireworks should

be completely out of the

question, and we will take

a very dim view of anyone

who is found to be using

them while this ban is in

place.”

across the Bay Harbour

News area in the last year.

House prices in some

of New Zealand’s holiday

hotspots have jumped more

than 50 per cent in a year,

according to the Real Estate

Institute.

The canal to nowhere

so at high tide the drain

became a storage basin for

stormwater.

Excavated dirt was used

to form Humphreys Drive.

Today you can cross the

Linwood Drain via the tiny

wooden pedestrian bridge

on Humphreys Drive. The

bridge itself is a section

of the wooden one-way

bridge that crossed the

mouth of the Avon River at

South Brighton which was

replaced in the 1980s.

The drain is a haven for

birds. Occasionally you

can see a white heron feeding

and scores of Christchurch

children have had

the delight of feeding

the numerous ducks that

gather there.


Wednesday December 23 2020

Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

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PAGE 7

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BAY HARBOUR

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FERRYMEAD

Selling all around the bays

and beyond

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

Aranui 1/43A Merrington Crescent

Burwood 8 Reginald Street

Christchurch City 8/307 Madras Street

Halswell 2 Glovers Road

Kennedys Bush 1 Kitcheners Knoll

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

Lyttelton 8 Norwich Quay

Mt Pleasant 74 Soleares Avenue

Mt Pleasant 63 Santa Maria Avenue

Mt Pleasant 38A Major Hornbrook Road

New Brighton 59 Blake Street

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

New Brighton 126 Bowhill Road

New Brighton 39 Tovey Street

North New Brighton 113 Bowhill Road

North New Brighton 162 Beach Road

Redcliffs 27 Main Road

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

Redcliffs 50 Bay View Road

Redwood 69 Lowry Avenue

Rolleston 30 Liddington Drive

Rolleston 28 Liddington Drive

Southshore 2 Mermaid Place

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

Spencerville 6 Styx River Place

St Albans 8 Redwood Place

Strowan 411 Papanui Road

Sumner 6 Campbell Street

Sumner 18 Arnold Street

SOLD

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Sumner 45 Wakefield Avenue

Sumner 120 Panorama Road

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Plenty for the family at

harness racing event

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and reopening at 8.30am on

Tuesday January 5, 2021

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THE TROTS at Mot this

summer is more than just an

opportunity to get your country

racing fix.

Kicking off at Motukarara

Raceway next Tuesday, the family-friendly

summer trots will

be an action-packed day full of

live music, all-day entertainment

and harness racing action.

The event was previously part

of the dissolved Interislander

Summer Festival circuit.

Banks Peninsula Trotting

Club president Wayne May said

the Motukarara Summer Trots

have grown in popularity over

the years, and are a “not-to-bemissed

event” on the holiday

calendar.

“Despite the national festival

coming to a close at the end of

last season, Banks Peninsula has

committed to delivering a great

day for all ages every year and

this year is no exception,” said

May.

“Heading out to Motukarara

for the country races with

friends and family has become a

summer tradition.”

The youngest racegoers can

expect activities ranging from

bouncy castles and pony rides

to racing each other down the

home straight.

The Trots at Mot offers a full

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Trots at Mot will be jampacked

full of harness

racing action, live music

and entertainment all day

long.

day of affordable entertainment

with free entry for children

under 18-years-old and adult

tickets from $10.

Take a picnic and head along

to the Trots at Mot, Motukarara

Raceway next Tuesday and on

January 24.

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• Older persons health • Stopping smoking support • Sports medicine

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

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• Helping patients manage long term medical problems

Plan to get the best use

out of community facilities

A NEW plan will make it easier

for community boards and the

city council to make decisions

about facilities and how they’re

run in the Banks Peninsula area

and beyond.

The Community Facilities

Network Plan adopted by the

city council provides a snapshot

of all the community centres,

halls and volunteer libraries, detailing

where they are and what

they offer.

Eighty of the facilities – collectively

valued at $83 million

– are owned by the city council.

Another 82 facilities are owned

by community groups, churches

and trusts.

“Community facilities are

important spaces because they

bring people together and

provide opportunities for the

shared experiences that help

build strong communities,’’

said councillor Sara Templeton,

city council sustainability and

community resilience committee

chairwoman.

“What the work on the Community

Facilities Network

Plan shows us is that we have a

comprehensive network of community

facilities spread across

Moving forward, any changes

made to the provision of these

facilities was likely to arise from

a change in community needs,

she said, rather than a need to fill

ferrymead

medIcal centre

PROCESS: The new Community Facilities Network Plan

will make it easier for community boards and the city

council to make decisions about facilities and how they’re

run in the Banks Peninsula area and beyond.

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a geographical gap.

“The only parts of the city

where a shortage of facilities

could become an issue in the

future is in the north and southwest

where most of the population

growth is expected to occur,”

said Cr Templeton.

“Where possible, we want to

partner with communities to

help them make the most of

each facility. We want to support

them in identifying opportunities

for new events, activities

and programmes that will bring

these spaces to life.

“We would love to hear from

groups who might be interested

in managing their local facility.”


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Wednesday December 23 2020

Tasty Bites

Break out the barbecue to cook your beef

Warm temperatures

and a family to cook

for? Get the barbecue

cranking and let it do

the hard work. Try this

simple way to cook a

ribeye or the Sunday

roast

Barbecue ribeye steak

Ingredients

Ribeye steaks, at least 4cm

thick

Olive oil

Salt

Fresh ground black pepper

Directions

Preheat the barbecue to high

heat. If you have a sear burner

and a steak that is more than

3cm thick, get one side of the

grill going at about mediumhigh

in case you need to cook

it through a little more after the

sear.

Remove the ribeye steaks from

their packaging and rub them

down with some olive oil and

then coat a generous amount

of salt and freshly ground black

pepper. The olive oil provides

just enough fat to help the salt

and pepper create a great, caramelised

crust.

Clean and lubricate your grill

grates with some cooking oil on

a rolled up piece of paper towel

(using tongs, of course).

Place the ribeye steaks on the

hottest part of the grill and then

stand ready with the tongs.

At this point, you are on flareup

watch. The fat dripping off of

the steaks could create a flare-up.

If a flare-up occurs and doesn’t

go away in a few seconds, simply

use your tongs to slide the steaks

away from the open flame until

the flame dies down and then

move them back over the heat.

Continue to grill with the lid

open for about 4-6min.

Flip the steaks over onto the

other side, still over the hottest

part of the grill.

Grill the ribeye steaks for an

additional 4-6min on the other

side, lid open, for a medium-rare

delicious steak.

Remove the steaks from the

grill and allow to rest for 5min

before serving.

The resting period is important

so that the juices don’t run

out when you cut into the ribeye,

so be patient.

Slow-cooked beef rump

with fennel and olives

– Serves 4

Ingredients

Grilled steak

from the

barbecue and

a slow roasted

beef rump.

1kg beef roast

3 cloves crushed garlic

1 Tbsp thyme leaves

1 Tbsp rosemary leaf, chopped

1 to taste flaky sea salt

1 shallot, diced

1 to taste freshly ground black

pepper

1 carrot, diced

1 fennel bulb, sliced

12 olives, pitted

1 cup beef stock

Directions

Ensure beef is at room temperature

before cooking. Wipe dry.

Combine the garlic, thyme,

rosemary, salt and pepper and rub

over the meat.

Place the vegetables on the base

of a slow cooker or your outdoor

cooker.

Rest the meat on top.

Add the stock and place the lid

on the cooker.

Turn the temperature to low and

cook for 4-5 hours.

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BMW wagon with performance edge

WHEN I LOOK back at my first

real car I wonder how much

influence that model has in the

way I view cars today.

That car was an early F-series

Holden, and up until the

time where vee engines were

introduced into the Commodore

in the late 80s, most Holdens sold

up until then had an in-line sixcylinder

engine.

I remember mine for its

smooth, uninterrupted flow of

power, and every time I drive

inline sixes I relate to the feel and

sound, even today the experience

is not dissimilar. Given that my

wife and I own two cars with

that configuration, there must be

some long-lasting effect.

The latest inline six to come

my way for evaluation was

BMW’s M340i and it represents

everything I like in a driveline.

What’s more, its body style was

another plus - it was a Touring

wagon, all-up the package is

something I see as being very

desirable – definitely a Lottowinning

dream car

The 3-Series is my favourite

BMW car line, it is traditional

in many ways, and with an M

badge you can bet the 340i has

something special on offer in

terms of performance. Of course,

you don’t have to go high power,

the 3 Touring is also available

with two diesel engine options,

four and six-cylinder. The range

starts at $85,100 for the 320d,

the 330d adds $14,700, while

the M340i as evaluated sits at

$129,300, and for my money it’s

worth every cent, it is a fabulous

all-round vehicle and certainly a

compromise if you don’t want to

join the masses and buy a sport

utility vehicle.

The heart of the M340i is its

engine, not only does it have all

the traditional BMW hallmarks

of efficiency and sultry smooth

behaviour, it is turbocharged,

and that adds to the unfaltering

delivery that makes this design so

desirable. If you are wondering

if this engine just arrived out of

nowhere, it’s been around in the

BMW Z4 for a few years now

and, of course, it’s the same as

that is fitted to Toyota’s latest

Supra.

BMW rates the 2998cc unit

at 285kW with a beefy 500Nm

of torque available at just

1850rpm. The result is a potent

flow of force from idle through

to red-line. These outputs are

enough to produce a standstill

to 100km/h time of just 4.5sec,

while its mid-range acceleration

is extraordinary with a blistering

3.9sec time to make 120km/h

from 80km/h.

• Price – BMW M340i

Touring xDrive, $129,300

• Dimensions – Length,

4713mm; width, 1827mm;

height, 1440mm

• Configuration – Sixcylinder,

four-wheel-drive,

2998cc, 285kW, 500Nm,

eight-speed automatic

• Performance –

0-100km/h, 4.5sec

• Fuel usage – 8l/100km

Drive is transmitted through

a quick-shifting eight-speed

automatic gearbox. In typical

BMW fashion, power is then

directed to the rear wheels, and

herein lies another surprise,

all 3-Series Touring wagons

get xDrive, BMW’s power

proportioning four-wheel-drive

system. When the electronic

traction control devices deem

more grip is needed, drive is then

transferred seamlessly to the

front.

Purists need not worry, the

M340i still feels like a rear-wheeldrive

car, and if you like it to

be playful you can adjust the

traction control settings so that

bias to the rear is predominant.

I didn’t alter the settings at all, I

simply don’t drive to that extreme

any more but it is nice to have

that feel and knowing that if you

BMW M340I: Silky smooth and powerful inline six-cylinder engine.

do present a corner too quickly,

or that there is a slippery exit, the

systems are in place to keep you

out of trouble.

Drive is forceful, the engine

reacts solidly to throttle request,

providing instant acceleration

along with a tantalising sound,

there is an angry bellow out of

the exhausts, although that only

manifests under a heavy throttle,

otherwise the engine has a sweet

aural tone and only lets you know

it is enjoying its work.

That feel is transmitted

throughout the entire car, not

only is it exciting in terms of

power flow, the M340i handles

like a traditional sports sedan, the

wagon section is no handicap in

terms of how it feels in a corner,

it has impeccable handling

manners with high grip levels and

a feel at the steering wheel that is

natural, yet involving.

The M340i sits on high

performance, 19in Bridgestone

Turanza tyres, there’s more

rubber at the rear than there is

at the front (225/40 and 255/35),

steering feel is sharp and accuracy

unsurpassed.

Road works near Glenroy on

my favourite inland route – State

Highway 72/scenic route – meant

looking for other roads on which

to evaluate, I decided on the

northern section of that road

from Loburn to Waddington and

could tell the M340i enjoyed the

freedom of those straights and

fast flowing corners. It was in its

element on the high country run,

it is a genuine touring car and one

which delights with its ability.

It can be forced into corners

quickly, rewarding with its

balance and directional stability,

the suspension is sublime,

creating athleticism along with

balance.

A lot of the latter is due to a

marginally lowered ride height

from that of its stablemates,

at 1.4m it sits low meaning

gravitational movement is

negated to full effect. That’s

something you get in an M-Sport

car, the chassis mechanicals are

engineered for performance,

there’s also a premium brake

package which provides

immediate surety when speed

needs to be chiselled off quickly.

Not only does the M340i

reward the driver with its highspeed

capability, it is also the

everyday car which does its

best to look after the occupants.

Ride comfort is superb and it is

amazingly practical, the rear load

section isn’t cavernous, but it is

deep and easily took care of the

hefty Kiddie-family grocery haul.

The cabin is plush and the seats

are formed brilliantly to contain

the body. Seat adjustment is vast,

there are several applications to

suit the driver and most are done

electrically. There are also heated

seats for when winter bites.

Other features include headup

display, satellite navigation,

electric sunroof, paddle-shifters,

automatic stop-start, and

comprehensive infotainment

network, many of these functions

can be controlled by voice

activation.

As part of the on-screen

displays, the M340i has a

comprehensive trip computer

and fuel usage readouts, bearing

in mind there are economical

drive modes if the driver wishes

to select them through a consolemounted

switching system.

Against BMW’s eight-litre

per 100km combined cycle

claim, I recorded a 9.6l/100km

figure along with a 5.8l/100km

instantaneous figure travelling

at 100km/h on the highway with

the engine turning over relaxed at

just 1400rpm.

How BMW make this engine

so relaxed yet so forceful is a

constant source of amazement,

the M340i is a car for those who

want everyday relaxation in

their travel, yet know that there

is power in abundance for the

highway overtake and for speed

when conditions allow.

The 3-Series in total is a range

of vehicles engineered for driving

pleasure and I’m really smitten

with the concept, the M340i has

road feel, power and handling

that makes you feel so much part

of the car.

I didn’t win Big Wednesday last

week, but when the right balls

eventually roll out the BMW

dealership can expect a visit from

me.


Wednesday December 23 2020

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TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2020

Connecting Your Community

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• By Louis Day

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2020

Connecting Your Community

IT COULD

WEDNESDAY,

be a while until

MARCH 25, starnews.co.nz

2020

Connecting Your Community

the eastern suburbs start to

see Lianne Dalziel’s campaign

aspirations for the area come to

fruition.

During October’s local body

elections, Ms Dalziel identified

repairs to the eastern part of the

city’s footpaths, pipes and roads

as one of her main priorities for

this term.

“We need a fully integrated

programme of works for the

east, I have loosely called this

the eastern alliance, which

would essentially be an alliance

of contractors who can take

the whole area bit by bit and

systematically get the work

done,” she said during the

campaign.

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east would have age to has be always agreed been interested women chosen around the with particular focus on science,

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South New Brighton School pupil Jacob McMillan enjoying the foam pit at Christchurch School of

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Gymnastics, which opened its doors to pupils while the school was closed due to fire damage.

Holmes is on a mission on to

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MARCH 24, 2020

Connecting Your Community

Northern Corridor opening has

been delayed by six months.

The CNC was due to open in

the middle of this year, but last

week the New

Zealand Transport

Agency

announced more

time was needed

to complete the

$290m motorway.

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scope of the

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