Bay Harbour: February 03, 2021

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Quake exhibition

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• By Samantha Mythen

RESIDENTS FEAR their

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flames if action is not urgently

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Lyttelton resident Juliet Neill

led a deputation to the Banks

Peninsula Community Board

meeting on Monday to discuss

the concern.

“There have been eight fires

in the Port Hills in the last six

weeks. Increasing dry winds and

soaring temperatures, along with

poor planning, human error

and arson will ensure the fires

continue,” she said.

“The city council has declared

a climate emergency and we are

hoping the board will act as a

conduit encouraging the council

to make fire prevention a part of

their response.”

Neill, also supported by Ken

Maynard and Jenny Healey of

the Lyttelton Residents Association

and Cass Bay Residents Association

respectively, expressed

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She insisted the city council

clear dead debris from the

forest floors and replace the exotic

trees with more fire resistant

natives.

Corsair Bay resident,

Simon Thomas, has worked

as a member of the rural fire

service in Australia and knows

from experience how volatile

eucalyptus trees can be. There is

a stand on the edge of the reserve

above the Corsair Bay car park.

“Were they on our own land,

we would have removed them

long ago. There are often very

strong blustery winds which

push directly from the car park

towards our house, which is a

particular concern given people

camp there and make barbecues,”

he said.

Neill said: “The lack of fire

strategies is also a big problem.

“Fire and Emergency NZ

is great in helping to raise

awareness of what to do in the

event of a fire but there are little

plans or advice on mitigation.

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CHRISTCHURCHNZ

has done a U-turn over

its controversial move to

Christchurchise Lyttelton.

But the city council’s tourism

and economic arm appears

to have made another

public relations blunder – it

has replaced the contentious

Christchurch and Ōtautahi

street flags with the red and

black of Canterbury.

Lyttelton

Harbour

Business

Association

chairwoman,

Vicki Tahau-

Paton, said

Vicki Tahau

Paton

the change to

red and black

flags was an

inadequate

response to the community’s

concerns.

“The businesses in Lyttelton

have worked incredibly

hard to keep their identities

unique. Their hard work and

successes is not because they

belong to the city council

but because they are in Lyttelton,”

she said.

Bay Harbour News readers

and Facebook posters want

the street flags to display the

te reo Māori name for Lyttelton,

Ōhinehou.

ChristchurchNZ’s change

comes after it said two weeks

ago there was no budget to

change the wording of the

flags. But the Canterbury

flags appear to have come

at no cost. They have been

dragged out of storage.

The Canterbury flags

were flown in Lyttelton last

year before being replaced

with the Christchurch and

Ōtautahi.

John

McLister

Said

Lyttelton

resident John

McLister: “So

in response

to Lyttelton

wanting a flag

that represents

the town,

Christchurch-

NZ gets the

Crusaders flags out of storage.

“If the lads were coming

to the port for a game, great.

But as this is unlikely. Again

we have flying in the heart of

the village something of no

relevance to our place.

“Time to flag it ChristchurchNZ.”

Tahau-Paton said the red

and black flags were “pretty

generic.”

Last year, she spoke to to

Deputy Mayor and Banks

Peninsula Ward city councillor,

Andrew Turner about

whether the Canterbury

flags would be replaced.

Tahau-Paton said other

business owners were not

surprised with the generic

flag replacement.

“It is the council’s attempt

to keep the peace,” she said.

Turner met with

ChristchurchNZ last week

and now believed the main

issue had now been resolved.

“The immediate problem

has been solved by replacing

the Ōtautahi flags with

something more generic,”

he said.

“The reality is that currently

there are not Lyttelton

specific flags available at the

moment.

“Other parts of the city

may expect something more

specific then too if the flags

were Lyttelton specific.

“If the opportunity for

Lyttelton specific flags arose

in the future, I would welcome

this discussion.”

He was pleased

ChristchurchNZ had

taken on the community’s

concerns and had acted

quickly in resolving the

main issue.

“This shows the value of

community involvement

and the importance of the

community speaking out

and sharing their concerns,”

Turner said.

A ChristchurchNZ

spokesperson told Bay

Harbour News: “We are continually

assessing our street

banners strategy, including

how we may incorporate the

individual character of city’s

various localities.”

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Wednesday February 3 2021

Quake exhibition a chance to reflect and

• By Samantha Mythen

TEN YEARS after the February

22, 2011, earthquake devastated

Mt Pleasant, the community is

curating an exhibition to reflect

and remember.

Made up of their own stories,

photographs and artwork, the

exhibition

will reflect

Mt Pleasant

locals’ experience

of the

earthquake.

Linda

Rutland, a

resident of

Linda Rutland

27 years,

was president

of the Mt Pleasant Memorial

Community Centre & Residents

Association in 2011. Rutland was

in charge of their earthquake

recovery co-ordination and is

helping organise the exhibition.

“We are hosting the exhibition

to help the community take

stock of what happened at the

time and reflect on the recovery

over the years. It’s also important

to remember the residents in our

local area who died,’’ she said.

“It will bring all of our individual

stories together to present the

whole picture of how important

community is.”

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Centre during the weekend of

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on the ground.

He also saw a statement made

by Rutland in the media that one

third of houses would have to be

rebuilt in Mt Pleasant. Disbelieving

it would be that high, he

then decided to set forth into the

streets of Mt Pleasant to find out

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After surveying the 1700

residences, he realised Rutland’s

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DISASTER:

The original

Mt Pleasant

Memorial

Community

Centre after

February

22, 2011,

earthquake. It

was significantly

damaged and

has since been

replaced with a

new building.

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SLOAN

only a couple of percentages out.

She was far more accurate than

anything reported by the Government,”

Aldridge said.

Aldridge hopes that the exhibition

will become an archive of

lessons for the future.

“We lacked knowledge of how

to cope in a disaster such as the

earthquake and the recovery

afterwards. I’m hoping we have

learned something for the future

when a big disaster occurs

again.”

Mt Pleasant was located

close to the epicentre and

situated directly along the fault

line which meant the quake

caused extensive damage to the

area.

Rock fall, landslides and

tension cracks along Mt

Pleasant’s tussock covered cliffs

meant many

houses in the

area had to be

evacuated.

Sewer

pipes were

broken, the

area saw large

Tony Aldridge

amounts of

liquefaction,

and residences

were without electricity and

water services for a week.

In spite of the ongoing

dangers to residents, there

was a significant increase

in community spirit. The

community centre was destroyed

and as it was owned by the

resident association, they had

to fundraise for its rebuild

themselves.

Said Rutland: “The earthquake

was absolutely dreadful and it

woke our community up making

us realise that we depend on

each other.”

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remember

She senses this community has

begun to weaken and is hoping

the exhibition will remind people

how important a strong community

is for resilience, especially

to cope with potential future

disasters.

They are hoping at least 100

people will submit their story

ensuring the exhibition can be

a rich and full account of what

happened.

Marty Henderson, who was

chairman of the Mt Pleasant

School board of trustees during

the earthquake and recovery, is

helping to involve the school and

its students in the exhibition.

The residents’ association

is currently calling for more

submissions from local residents.

You can submit photos of house

or street/area damage, personal

stories, poetry or artwork related

to your earthquake experience.

•For more information see

https://www.mpcc.org.nz/

earthquake-memorialexhibition

or email linda.

rutland@xtra.co.nz.

SIGNIFICANT: Damage on Main Rd after the February 22,

2011, earthquake.

Fire management plan

for Lyttelton wanted

• From page 1

The group would like to see

a fire management plan put in

place for Lyttelton and the surrounding

areas.

Of final concern was power

lines running through pine

forests with high winds causing

them to brush again the trees.

This was the cause of the

January 19 fire in Cass Bay (right).

Said Healey: “It is ridiculous

that back-up power lines are

being used when there are such

high winds.”

FENZ area commander Dave

Stackhouse said there was a

meeting in early December with

Lyttelton residents to talk about

fire mitigation methods.

“We are also planning similar

meetings in Akaroa, Sumner and

other local communities.”

Banks Peninsula Community

Board Lyttelton member Tyrone

Fields said the meeting in

December primarily focused on

what individual homeowners

can do to mitigate fire risks.

The deputation told the community

board on Monday it

wants to see larger plans put in

place by the council in relation to

their climate change response.

Neill said: “We do not want

to see everything we love go up

in flames. The problem of fires

is not going to disappear, it is

only going to get worse. Climate

change is of huge concern and

there needs to be more planning

for fire mitigation.”

She called for the board to

pressure the city council to act

urgently.

A city council spokesperson

said the increasing wildfire risk

on the Port Hills and Banks

Peninsula has been highlighted

as an issue in its climate change

risk assessment.

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of work programmes in our

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spokesperson said.

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The Linwood-Central-

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Moncks Bay section – excluding

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community consultation late last

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It has recommended that the

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“The final section has required

detailed planning in order to successfully

navigate the construction of a

potentially very busy corridor alongside

the water’s edge,” said Davids.

“Most people have welcomed the proposed

lower speed limit, new pedestrian

islands and intersection upgrades for

Main Rd to help keep everyone safe as

more pedestrians and cyclists travel

through the area.”

Work on the Moncks Bay section is

expected to start by the middle of the year.

Feedback called for over

lowering speed limit plan

the most experienced drivers,

along with those who

take major risks to pass

trucks, caravans or cars

pulling trailers.

“Accident figures show

that there are significant

benefits from reducing

speed limits from 50km/h

to 40km/h in townships.”

Among the proposed

changes are lower speed

limits – from 100km/h to 60km/h – for

the Purau to Port Levy route and parts

of Pigeon Bay, Puaha Valley, Little River,

Okuiti Valley, the Southern Bays and

Birdlings Flat.

Feedback to the city council closes on

February 25.

If approved, the speed limit changes are

expected to be in place by the middle of

this year.

HAVE YOUR SAY

What do you think of the reduced

speed limit plan? Email samantha.

mythen@starmedia.kiwi


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Applications close on April 15th, 2021.

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The scholarship is in memory of

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Surf lifesaving club’s new building to open on Sunday

• By Samantha Mythen

AFTER 10 years of development,

the Taylors Mistake Surf Living

Saving Club will open the doors

to its new clubhouse on Sunday.

Said club president Viv

Bickley: “It is a fantastic

achievement at the end of a long

journey. The clubhouse is a huge

asset to members and the wider

community.”

The original clubhouse had

been out of action since earthquake

damage on February 22,

2011. In its place, the club had

been functioning out of three

Portacoms on site.

Alongside allowing the club to

continue is lifeguard work, Bickley

explained the purpose-built

clubhouse would aid in lifeguard

development and training.

The new facilities include a

ASSET: The Taylors Mistake Surf Lifesaving Club’s new

building will be opened on Sunday.

patrol room where lifeguards

can monitor the beach, changing

rooms and toilets, a kitchen,

administration room, family

room and lounge. There is also

a decked out first-aid room with

a hospital bed, defibrillator and

oxygen access.

The main pavilion featured

can also be used by community

groups.

Finally, there is a purpose-built

gear shed.

“Our clubhouse has the same

footprint as the old building in

that it is small, but it has everything

we need and more,” said

Bickley.

On January 23, Māui Stuart of

Te Hapu O Ngati Wheke in Rapaki

had blessed the clubhouse

in a dawn ceremony giving

Mauri (life-force) to the new

building.

“The significance of this blessing

was to awaken the Mauri

that had been resting, and that

all those who walk the path

which we walked for the first

time that morning, may do it

with pride and dignity,” said

Stuart.

Said Bickley: “The club has

enjoyed working with Ngāti

Wheke throughout the building

process, and is committed

to doing so on an ongoing

basis. Our members and the

public that attended the blessing

found it very moving, and fitting

for the occasion.”

The opening event will feature

the gifting of a pare by Stuart.

Carved out of kauri, which has

a significant connection to the

sea, the pare was designed and

created by Damian Mackie, also

of Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke.

The club has over 350 members.

This summer, the lifeguards

have performed over 1821 patrol

hours, completing 2100 preventative

actions involving around

4000 members of the public.

All are welcome to attend the

opening.

ESTUARY MATTERS

Work continues to improve habitat for wildlife

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 Tanya Jenkins writes

about the islands in McCormacks Bay

SANCTUARY: Each of the three islands in McCormacks Bay

has a name and a purpose.

DID YOU know that the three

small Islands in McCormacks Bay

Reserve (inland of the causeway

and at the base of Mt Pleasant)

have official names?

In 1993 plans by the city council

were implemented to improve

the habitat for wildlife. Native

trees and shrubs were planted,

and three islands constructed

to provide safe areas for birds to

roost.

The city council agreed to allow

the then Sumner-based environment

group Friends of the Estuary

to organise a name the islands

competition.

As a result the islands are now

called Torea Island, which is the

Maori name for a commonly

found estuary bird the oystercatchers;

Rescue Island, for the

role it plays in preventing bird

decline by providing a safe area

for birds to roost; and Geoffrey de

Thier Island, to pay tribute to the

late de Thier who was a founding

member of the now defunct

Combined Estuary Association.

He was a major player in saving

McCormacks Bay from being

filled in which was being considered

in the 80s.

Six years ago, the Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust collaborated

with city council park

ranger Andrew Crossland and

as a result developed a plan to

further improve the bay, providing

birds with sedges planted in

the mud to safely hide amongst

while feeding.

A group of local residents,

Ferrymead Rotary and trust

members under the supervision

of park ranger Matt Rose meet

every third Sunday afternoon of

each month between 2-4pm.

The groups weed, plant, mulch,

prune, water plants and collect

litter receive updates from Matt

and share afternoon tea.

As a reward for these working

sessions more birds can be spotted

in and around McCormacks

Bay than ever before.

Spoonbills are seen regularly on

the islands, increased numbers

of white-faced herons, pied stilts

and kingfishers have shown the

success when city council and

communities work together.


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The Chills, Zed to fill void at Selwyn Sounds

AUSTRALIAN-based Jon

Stevens and his band have

had to pull out of the Selwyn

Sounds fifth anniversary music

festival because of Covid-19

restrictions.

He has been replaced by

the addition of two New

Zealand music icons in The

Chills and Zed for the big music

festival at Lincoln Domain on

March 6.

Promoter David Parlane said

Stevens had no choice but to stay

in Australia because of the Covid-19

restrictions and changes in

Australia and New Zealand.

Stevens said he was “absolutely

gutted” he wouldn’t be able to

headline Selwyn Sounds.

“As a proud Kiwi, I truly appreciate

all the support I receive

from my home country and look

forward to returning home soon

… Te Aroha ki te katoa”

Zed and The Chills will be part

of a who’s who of some of the

best New Zealand music talent at

Selwyn Sounds.

They will join Stan Walker,

The Jordan Luck Band, Annie

Crummer, Jason Kerrison – OP

Shop, Che Fu – Super Groove,

Rodney Fisher - Goodshirt, The

Lady Killers – Tina Cross, Jackie

Clarke and Suzanne Lynch, Hello

Sailor and the Automatic 80s.

Zed (above) and The Chills will join a stellar line-up at

Lincoln Domain on March 6.

Said Parlane: “New Zealand is

extremely fortunate to be in this

situation and many countries

around the world, artists, fans

can only wish to once again have

live music.

“The health, safety, and wellbeing

of our ticket-holders is

our No 1 priority and several

new measures have been added

to ensure this. But they can also

help by scanning the QR codes,

ensure hands are sanitised,

Bluetooth on and let us make it a

day for us all to remember. “

• For tickets go to www.

selwynsounds.co.nz

Approximate times for

Selwyn Sounds

11am – Hello Sailor

Noon – The Chills

1.35pm – Kiwi 7 – Annie

Crummer, Jason Kerrison,

Rodney Fisher, Che Fu and

The Lady Killers – Tina Cross,

Jackie Clarke and Suzanne

Lynch

3.10pm – Auto 80s

4.40pm – Zed

5.55pm – Jordan Luck

7.30pm – Stan Walker

Readers respond to the

debate over the Otautahi

and Christchurch flags in

Lyttelton, and whether

‘Wh’ should be added to

Akaroa.

Christchurch City Council

continues to apply its ‘one

size fits all’ policy in relation

to Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/

Banks Peninsula. Installing

banners around Lyttelton,

saying nothing more than

“Christchurch”, is in my view a

waste of $22,124 of ratepayers’

money as well as being

ineffective advertising and/or

branding by ChristchurchNZ.

When the ‘Welcome to

Historic Akaroa’ sign was

installed in 2012 containing an

image of the museum’s French

cottage, complete with fleur-delis

and ‘au revoir’ on the back,

it was criticised as not being

“French” enough. The inclusion

of harere mai was thought by

some to be inappropriate.

The use of Otautahi/

Christchurch is now well

established. It is time to use

both Maori and European place

names with regard to Ohinehou/

Lyttelton and Whakaroa/Akaroa

working in association with

Ngai Tahu and Christchurch

City Council. – V Andrews

Not just the wrong names,

but a complete lack of

creativity – white letters on

a red background – a carbon

copy of every car yard’s sale

sign. They look like someone is

trying to flog off a thing called

Christchurch at a discount price.

– J McLister

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The February meetings of the Banks Peninsula Reserve Management

Committees will be held as below:

Date Time Committee and Venue

3 7.30pm Cass Bay Reserve Management Committee, Steadfast

Community Hall, Governors Bay Road, Cass Bay

8 7.00pm Lyttelton Reserves Management Committee, Community

Board Room, 25 Canterbury Street, Lyttelton

9 5.30pm Okains Bay Reserve Management Committee, Okains Bay

Community Hall, Okains Bay Road, Okains Bay

9 5.30pm Garden of Tane Reserve Management Committee,

Coronation Library, 103 Rue Jolie, Akaroa 7520

15 5.30pm Duvauchelle Reserve Management Committee,

Duvauchelle Community Centre, 6039 Christchurch

Akaroa Road, Duvauchelle

15 6.00pm Lyttelton Recreation Grounds Reserve Management

Committee, Community Board Room, 25 Canterbury

Street, Lyttelton

18 4.00pm Pigeon Bay Reserve Management Committee

Meeting, Pigeon Bay Hall, Wharf Road, Pigeon

Bay

21 4.00pm Le Bons Bay Reserve Management

Committee, Le Bons Bay Domain Hall

Members of the public are welcome to attend any of these

meetings.

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

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DISTRICT PLAN

PROPOSED PLAN CHANGE 5

PACKAGE OF CHANGES

SUMMARY OF SUBMISSIONS FOR FURTHER

SUBMISSIONS

A summary of submissions on Proposed Plan Change 5 to the Christchurch

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our service centres or libraries. For details of your nearest service centre or library,

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Further submissions in support of, or in opposition to, the submissions received

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A further submission may be made only by a person representing a relevant

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matter in support of, or in opposition to, any submission made to the Council.

All further submissions must be in writing on the appropriate form (Form 6 in the

Resource Management (Forms, Fees and Procedure) Regulations 2003). This form

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we’ve got you sorted for

those long weekend projects

Black+Decker

Heat Gun

1750 Watt

Ideal for stripping

paint, varnishes and

adhesives.

219674

Was $39.95

now

Big range, low price, local advice

$34 95

Makita

Circular Saw 185mm

Soft grips for added control

and comfort. Single actions

lever for quick adjustment of

cutting depth.

270605

Bosch

DIY Router 1200 Watt

Enables DIYers to rout

grooves, edge profiles, or even

special mouldings.

267216

power through your project!

Black+Decker

Electric Line Trimmer 550 Watt

Has an innovative automatic line feed

system. 28cm cutting swath for fast,

efficient cutting.

333982

$155 $169

Black+Decker

Drill Driver Kit 18 Volt

Includes 1.5Ah battery and

400m charger.

348328

Karcher

Full Control Deck Waterblaster

Ideal for cleaning patios, decks, fences,

outdoor furniture and cars.

347451

Black+Decker

Hedge Trimmer

600 Watt

Ideal for medium sized

hedges. Cuts branches

up to 35mm thick.

333984

$79 99 $99

$93 99

Was

$329

$349

now

Sort your project now.

Sort your project now.

Pay it in 4.

Always interest-free.

On purchases between $50 - $2000.

Complete purchase through Afterpay App (download may be required). Afterpay terms & conditions apply, visit afterpay.com for more details. Excludes purchase of gift cards,

on-account purchases and split payments. Maximum spend limit is set by Afterpay, up to a maximum of $2000. Visit mitre10.co.nz/afterpay for more information.

Bahco

Hand Saw

475mm. 8 point.

253732

Tajima

Heavy Duty Knife

Includes 3 spare blades in storage

case. Super heavy duty. Ultrasharp

25mm wide x 0.7mm thick.

251470

$12 93 $18 98

get hands on this long weekend!

Number 8

Adjustable Wrench Set 3 Piece

Includes 150mm, 200mm and 350mm.

229281

Fuller

Heavy Duty Staple Gun

6-14mm. Suitable for insulation,

house wrap, roofing, wiring,

carpeting, upholstery and many

other jobs.

276074

$21 88 $29 97

Pay it in 4.

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On purchases between $50 - $2000.

Complete purchase through Afterpay App (download may be required). Afterpay terms & conditions apply, visit afterpay.com for more details. Excludes purchase of gift cards,

on-account purchases and split payments. Maximum spend limit is set by Afterpay, up to a maximum of $2000. Visit mitre10.co.nz/afterpay for more information.

Lufkin

Tape Measure 30mm x 8m

Toughest tape to ever hit jobsite. Ability to survive a 30m drop.

353042

Jobmate

Metal Folding

Saw Horse

500kg weight bearing

capacity. H: 757mm, W:

1055mm, D: 593mm.

349747

Workpro

Kitchen Tool

Kit 100 Piece

Assortment of tools

for common DIY jobs.

363791

Earn & spend

$49 98 $59 them here! 98

$68 97

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Spruce up the house

inside and out

BUy 2

AND GET

25% OFF

Get 25% off all Wattyl paints, primers, sealers, stains

and oils when you purchase 2 of the same Wattyl item.

Terms & Conditions apply. Valid from 4-28 February 2021. In-store only, while

stocks last. Excludes accessories, cleaners, 8Ls, aerosols and accent paints.

Wattyl

Forestwood Deck and

Furniture Oil 5 Litre

Ideal for use on most decking a

garden furniture. It adds colour

to the timber but allows the

grain to show through.

360275

Was

$56

$76.98

now

98

Wattyl

Solagard

Exterior Semi-

Gloss Paint 10

Litre

Tough and durable

exterior acrylic paint

which offers protection

for your home in any

weather or climate.

360243

$179

PAL

Fencemaster

Block Brush

130mm. To use with fence

paint or stains. Soft grip.

Easy clean. Easy flow.

219560

Accent

Roller Kit 5 Piece

Ideal for smooth surfaces.

Recommended for use

with water-based paint.

Easy clean roller sleeve.

174932

ScotchBlue

Painters Masking Tape

18mm x 55mm. Removes cleanly. Medium adhesive.

364022

Accent

Methylated Spirits 1 Litre

Cleaner of most surfaces including floors,

glass and some painted surfaces.

362156

Was

$10

$13.53

now

$7 99 $4 98

Valspar

Interior Low Sheen Paint 10 Litre

Designed to protect and decorate your home. Ideal for

covering most interior surfaces.

277533

Selleys

No More Gaps

Multipurpose Sealant

Weather resistant. Easy water

clean-up. Low toxic, low odour.

370661

$12 04 FREE Resene Thermo Bottle!

Number 8

Paint Brush Set 10 Piece

Leaves a smooth finish. Brush sizes: 2 x 12mm, 2 x 25mm, 2 x

38mm, 2 x 50mm, 2 x 63mm.

287458

Werner

Work Platform

Platform legs lock securely in place when in use and fold

underneath platform for compact storage. H: 510mm, W:

300mm, L: 1000mm.

187520

Was

$116

$155

now

25

$5 83 $13 98 $110

Resene

Ceiling Paint

Waterborne Flat

10 Litre

For use on ceilings in

living rooms, bedrooms

and dining rooms.

Inhibits mould growth.

Not recommended for

bathrooms, kitchens

and laundries.

355092

Resene

Low Sheen Interior

Paint 10 Litre

Suitable for use on timber,

wallpaper, wallboards,

concrete and plaster in

bedrooms or living areas.

356538

$129 $209

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Wood Stains, Primers or

Seaters and get a FREE

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Limit 1 per customer.

Big Range, Low Price, Local Advice


Wednesday February 3 2021

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 15

Garden and

landscape projects

Fiskars

Softgrip Wavy Blade

Hedge Sheers

Ideal for trimming hedges and bushes.

120893

Taurus Garden

Compost bin 240 Litre

Easy to assemble. Supplied

with comprehensive

composting guide. Made

in NZ from recycled

polypropylene.

235400

Buxus Sumpervirens

Graham Blandy

Needs little trimming to maintain shape.

343435

Tui

All Purpose Potting Mix

40 Litre

Formulated to give the best start

to your indoor and outdoor plants

in pots, containers and hanging

baskets.

139613

$39 98

$22 98 $77 60

each

$28 PER

$45 99 $84 98 $11 98

Tesselaar

PAC

Osteopermum

Number 8

Comprosma

Geranium Cassiopeia

Blushing

Weedmat

Sunrise 2.5 Litre

150mm Dark Red

Beauty 1.5 Litre

Premium grade, spunbounded

Striking, evergreen plant

Tolerates dryness. 40cm high

Will grow in any

weedmat, ideal for commercial

growing to 1m high.

tall. Full sun.

climate and has

and domestic gardening jobs.

321530

319144

a strong weather

Suppresses weeds.

293859

tolerance. Very free

flowering and easy to

grow. Perfect for pots

and garden beds.

369580

$18 47 $14 79 $18 89

$17 88

Number 8

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Greenhouse

Sturdy, space

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GARDEN SLEEPERS

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assembly. Protects

against pests and

Macrocarpa Sleepers

the weather. H:

Various lengths Great for

195cm, W: 143cm,

raised gardens, garden

Medium Prem Nuggets

D: 73cm.

edging, or low retaining walls

340697

and other non-structural

landscaping projects.

$79 99

$29

From

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each

$34 PER

SCOOP

Kiwicare

Turfclean Ultra

Railway Sleepers

Concentrate 200ml

2.1m length. Great for raised gardens,

Selective weed control.

garden edging or low retaining walls.

Kills more weeds faster.

Visible effects within hours.

Garden Mix

368964

Forest Floor

$28 PER

SCOOP

Oamaru Pebble

$65 PER

SCOOP

Big Range, Low Price, Local Advice


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