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• By Samantha Mythen


how they saved eight people

from a boat fire in Lyttelton


Kim Clinch, acting

commodore of the Charteris

Bay Yacht Club, was on a

moored boat running a

regatta when she saw the

boat in distress. She phoned

emergency services.

“We saw it unfold, starting

with seeing smoke. Our most

important priority is to save

lives first, rescues are a part of

what we do and so the regatta

support boat – a rib [rigid

inflatable boat] – headed over

to the boat,” she said.

The club’s support crew,

including Steve Palmer, were

first on the scene.

Palmer had been watching

over the February 6 regatta

when he first noticed the

smoking boat.

He jokingly asked his

fellow support crew whether

it was a fire or an out-ofcontrol

barbecue. They soon

realised it was serious and

headed to the boat, about 2min

away from their position.

•Turn to page 4


black smoke spread

across Lyttelton

Harbour after the boat

caught fire and sank.



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• By Samantha Mythen

AN 18-YEAR-OLD has been

fined and severely reprimanded

for risking his life by riding

on the back of a moving freight

truck through the Lyttelton


The truck was carrying a 40ft

container to its Lyttelton port destination

after 11pm on Thursday.

It had stopped at the entrance

to the Lyttelton tunnel on the

Christchurch side due to tunnel


The teenager was a passenger in

a burgundy Mazda3 which had

stopped behind the truck.

While they were stationary, the

teenager jumped onto the back of

the container, where he perched

on the edge. After the lane was

opened, the truck continued on

through the tunnel.

The truck driver was unable

to see him due to the position

of the container. The driver of a

pilot vehicle noticed the teenager

as the truck pulled up to the port


The teenager then jumped off

and quickly ran up the road.

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BARNETT PARK users are

disappointed three large rocks

that tumbled onto the park from

Clifton Hill during the February

22, 2011 earthquake have been


The rocks have been taken to

the Te Pae convention centre by

Ōtākaro Ltd, the Government

agency responsible for anchor

projects in the central city. They

will be used as part of the landscaping.

The city council said

yesterday it gave permission

for Ōtākaro Ltd to remove the


“The community was

not consulted over their

removal, however, their

presence in Barnett Park was

only temporary – they were

originally put in a pile here

by the council following the

earthquakes,” a city council

spokesperson said.

Elsa Truscott, who walks

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The rocks had become a natural

playground for children to

climb on.

People also liked to have their

photo taken while posing on the


Mt Pleasant resident Amanda

Rudkin lived on Clifton Hill

before the earthquake still regularly

visits the park with her two

children, Quinn and Ava.

“The rocks are an iconic part

of the community,” she said.

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the locals, they were part of

our earthquake story and the

children loved them for climbing

so they had an connection too. It

was great for kids to have natural

resources to climb.”

Rudkin said Ava were “quite

upset” when they watched the

rocks being loaded onto a truck

on Monday.

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• Quake pub reopens, p5

Firefighters rescue

curious cat Coco

• By Samantha Mythen

A PURR-FECT rescue by

members of the Diamond

Harbour Volunteer Fire Brigade

meant a cat-strophe was quickly


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Coco, a burmese-himalayanpersian-ragdoll

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in a gap between a fence and a

water tank on her property.

The proud owner of three cats

had already found herself in

this situation last year in March

when her ragdoll Cookie had

also got itself trapped in the

same place.

After trying to reach a neighbour

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of the volunteer fire brigade.

“They must have thought: ‘Oh

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Nathan Graham, chairman

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Coco was soon back in the

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Graham had also rescued

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• From page 1

Two people were in the water,

five people and a dog were standing

near the back of the smoking

boat, and one person was in a

small tender alongside.

Dan Leech, another of the support

crew, picked up the two in

the water and the person in the

tender. Palmer pulled up alongside

the back

of the boat and

rescued the final

five, and dog


“They all

showed signs of

shock,” Palmer





“They were so

frightened, they

seemed shell-shocked,” Clinch


No one was injured.

As they pulled away from

the stricken vessel and headed

towards Naval Point, flames engulfed

the boat, which then sank.

The Coast Guard arrived on

scene around 20min later, Palmer


Skippers are legally required to

carry a correctly-sized life jacket

for every person on board. However,

Maritime NZ only recommends

everyone on board wears

a life jacket if the boat is under

6m. In this case, the boat named

Aroha Mai, was 12m, and it was

fully equipped with safety gear,

including life jackets.

Although at the time of the fire

no one on board was wearing life

jackets, apart from Mannie.

“I want to praise and thank the

quick-thinking of our support

boat crew,” said Clinch.

Palmer said: “It was right place,

right time. It’s usually pretty quiet

as a support crew for the regatta

so it was good to be really useful

for a change.”

In an email response to the Bay

Harbour News, the owners of the

vessel that caught fire, Debbie and

Manaia Rehu, said: “Sorry but we

are too devastated to make any

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‘They seemed shell-shocked’

FIREBALL: Flames quickly engulfed the vessel. The boat

has since been salvaged from the seafloor.


comments at this time, only to

say we are so grateful no family

members including our fur baby,

suffered any injuries thanks to

the Charteris Bay yaught (sic)

club members who took us all to


The Rehu family had been attending

a flotilla and then intended

to sail to Diamond Harbour to

celebrate Debbie’s 60th-birthday

prior to the boat catching fire.

They called Aroha Mai, their

“home away from home.”

The Charteris Bay Yacht Club

was hosting the South Island age

regatta with around 60 junior


Joyride described as

a serious situation

• From page 1

The police have since identified

him and he has been issued

a $150 infringement offence

notice for riding in an unsafe


Said Sergeant Gerard Peoples:

“We want to reiterate that this

behaviour is quite dangerous

and people should think before

they act.

“People need to be aware of

the danger they pose not only

to themselves but also to other

road users.”

Phil Peters is a work colleague

of the truck driver and lives in


He was frustrated at the

teenager due to the stress he had

caused his colleague, who he

said was a really good driver.

Peters said that the perch the

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• By Samantha Mythen

THE BYO Pub in Heathcote

Valley is opening its doors once

more on Friday to commemorate

10 years since the February 22,

2011 earthquake.

The quake and the September

4, 2010 quake devastated the

Heathcote Valley, significantly

damaging the historic Valley Inn

Tavern and several cafes.

Two weeks after the February

earthquake, St Mary’s church –

built in 1860 – transformed itself

into a local pub, opening Friday

and Saturday nights with bring

your own drinks and food.

Malcolm Rickerby was the

vicar’s warden in 2011. He was

part of the team, including the

vicar Mary Giles, who came up

with the idea for the BYO Pub.

“We knew we had to do

something for our tight-knit

community,” said Rickerby.

Luckily, the hall that hosted

the pub had been restored in August

2010 and was undamaged

by the earthquakes.

“On the first night, almost 80

per cent of the valley were present

with their kids.”

Anthony Stroud said his

family attended almost every

Friday night.

“After the quake, we had no

where to go, and then this was

the place where you could take

some food and drinks and have a

fun social gathering,” he said.

“You could meet new people

and chat to others about what

they went through and were

going through after the quakes.”

His daughter Poppy Denovan-

Stroud was eight when the BYO

Pub opened for the first time.

“Everyone was making a big

deal about it and it was just nice

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TIME TO REMEMBER: Jeanie Rickerby outside the BYO Pub in

April 2011. The pub will open again to commemorate the 10

year anniversary of the February 22, 2011 earthquake.


to see something good come out

of the earthquake. The community

spirits were high,” she said.

Heathcote Ward city

councillor Sara Templeton said:

“It was a safe place to connect

and share. It was the heart of the


Templeton’s three children

were four (twins) and six in 2011.

She reflected on how the BYO

Pub was perfect for both adults

and the young people of the


“It was all so much fun for the

kids. I remember looking outside

into the dark and seeing all these

little lights running around in

the paddock behind the church

where kids were playing hide and


Rickerby said it never rained

on a Friday night. About 80-100

people gathered each weekend.

Although the patronage

decreased over the years, and the

BYO Pub dropped to opening

only one day a week (Friday),

it continued running until July


Rickerby is looking forward to

joining everyone at the pub on


“It’s a fantastic idea to have

the 10 year anniversary there.

The BYO Pub was a large part

of the community’s earthquake

recovery, it brought everyone


Said Templeton: “The event

will be a time to look back and

reflect, both on how long it has

been since the earthquakes but

also on how time has passed

in the blink of an eye. We have

come a long way.”

The BYO Pub event will

depend on alert levels.

Check the Facebook event

page for updates.


Other events

to remember

Feb 22, 2011

THE MT Pleasant Community

Centre is hosting an

earthquake exhibition over

the wekend. Made and curated

by Mt Pleasant residents, the

exhibition will tell the stories

of the earthquake’s impact on

people in the area.

On Monday, there will

also be a reflection gathering

at the centre, followed by a

walk of remembrance to the

nearby estuary. The public is

invited to bring a small floral


Sumner will host its

memorial event on Monday.

Meeting at the RSA Memorial

Gates on Nayland St at

12.30pm, the event will include

the laying of a wreathe and

flowers. There will be speeches

of remembrance from the

Sumner Volunteer Fire Brigade

and Linwood-Heathcote-

Central Community Board

member Darrell Latham.

In Lyttelton, the Hearts

Shall Anchor earthquake

commemoration event will

start at 12.51pm in Albion

Square, with a piper, followed

by a 1min silence. The Eastern,

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Recalling artist Bill Hammond’s generosity




and coowner


Busy C’s


Caro Davidson writes

about iconic artist Bill

Hammond who died


I WANT to acknowledge Bill

Hammond’s extraordinary

generosity on behalf of the

Lyttelton tamariki/children,

their whānau, the local schools

and the local artists.

In 2003 the first Peninsula Art

Auction was held, which came

about to raise funds for a teacher

salary at Lyttelton Main School,

due to a temporary dip in role

numbers which meant we were

losing a teacher.

We knew a lot of local artists,

and were aware of the talent we

were surrounded by, with the

most notable local artist being

Bill Hammond – one of New

Zealand’s greatest contemporary


I met Bill in a supermarket car

park and told him of our plan for

the fundraiser art auction and

asked if he would be interested

to be part of it. With no fuss or

hesitation he said “sure, for the

children of Lyttelton – when do

you want the work?”

With that, he has single-handedly

raised tens of thousands of

dollars every second year (when

the Peninsula Art Auction’s are

held) for the schools (now the

one school, Lyttelton Primary)

with his art work which he donated

each year.

He was so talented, unassuming,

efficient – and he inspired

our local and emerging artists

to exhibit (with the privilege of

appearing in the same exhibition

as such an esteemed artist as

Bill), and bidding interest from

all over Aotearoa.

He joined us in our Harbour

Kitchen’s cookbook fundraiser

in 2009 (which is being repeated

this year) with his favourite recipe

of sliced beetroot and Marmite

on toast – along with an illustration

of the same. A stunning

combination of flavours.

He donated works each year to

the Sculptures on the Peninsula

for Chomondeley Children’s

Centre in Governor’s Bay


Bill Hammond

lived and worked

in Lyttelton before

he passed away

in January. This

painting is titled

Fall of Icarus


working wonderful art creations

on whatever medium was supplied

to the artists – saws, chairs,

shovels, wheelcaps.

He and wife Jane opened a

Busy C’s Preschool art exhibition

held in the late 90s at Tony

Palmer’s new gallery opposite the

medical centre, because he was a

neighbour, and so generous and

interested in the well-being of

our tamariki.

A highlight was being parent

help with Bill at his own survey

exhibition Jingle Jangle Morning

in 2007 at the Christchurch Art

Gallery when his granddaughter

was attending Lyttelton Main


Those tamariki received

information about his works

that I believe no journalist

ever got – and Bill also got to

hear the wonderful accolades

the public were giving his work,

as he was rarely photographed,

therefore people were unaware

the artist himself was in their


The tamariki were set an

exercise to study and draw one of

Bill’s works, and he was having

fun signing some of them . . .

which may or may not cause

some future confusion in the art


Deepest condolences and

best wishes go to Jane and his


•Former Sumner School

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Former Sumner School

principal remembered

Former Sumner

School teacher

Nancy Meherne

writes about Peter

Vesty, a former

principal at the

school, who died

on Christmas Eve

PETER WAS headmaster

at the school for 16 years

from 1976 to 1992.

The teachers, parents

and children attending

the school during these

years will be upset with

death, but will have strong

feelings for his ability in all


The response from children,

parents and teachers

to his energetic and highly

responsive personality, and

his ability to develop good

humour, meant laughter

was most evident in this


Children loved and respected

him, and if a message

had to be taken to the

office, everyone put their

hands up to volunteer.

I know, I had a list of all

names on the blackboard

and as they were chosen

their name was rubbed out.

One time in weekly

assembly, juniors were

told a very important man

• By Samantha Mythen

FURTHER amenities

will be added to Te Papa

Kura Redcliffs Park as it

transforms into the new

community locale.

The former school site

is to receive a new toilet

block, drinking fountain,

signage and furniture.

More plants and trees will

also be added to the area.

All of this will feature

alongside the two sports

fields – junior and intermediate

– which opened in


Said city council head of

parks Andrew Rutledge:

“The park has been a huge

boost for the area and it’s

been great to see lots of

people making the most of

it as we know it is a really

significant space for the


“We’re getting under way

with plans to make this

asset an even better space

for people to visit.”

Heathcote Ward city

councillor Sara Templeton

said the development of

this park has been a longtime


from the Royal Family was

coming to walk along the

Esplanade in the weekend.

Who would that be?

So many children’s

hands went up, the children

saying: “Mr Vesty.”

The answer was: “No.”

They all looked puzzled

and disappointed until one

small boy put his hand up,

then down and up again,

saying loudly: “Is it, (pause)


The answer was: “No. It

is Prince Charles”.

“Oh,” everyone sighed,

and their heads were shaking

with disbelief.

One boy in my classroom

was so impressed by

the head, he always had

an eye on the door ready

to open it and salute Peter,

and close it when he left.

We teachers knew that

we could discuss our ideas

and desires with Peter. He

A lot of the delay with

the park’s development was

because of the extensive archaeological

work that had

to be carried out first.

The park is next to the

Moa Bone point cave,

which is an area of extreme

cultural significance to

local iwi. The cave and surrounding

area are thought

to have been the site of

some of the earliest Māori

settlement in New Zealand

around the 14th-century.

Said Templeton: “Having

the park up and running

now is very exciting. It has

been a community-focused


trusted us to work hard.

One idea he supported

was a music scheme involving

the whole school

which developed into 230

children playing together

for concerts, and groups

visiting aged people homes

and other schools.

As well as good relationships,

other aspects of the

school received attention

and real improvement


The Education Department

planned to pull two

old classrooms down, but

Peter knew we needed a

school hall for all our assemblies,

concerts, breakups,

and fundraising for

school improvement.

At that time we had to

use the village hall.

He succeeded in producing

a good sized hall and

later a big swimming pool.

This resulted in a high

standard of swimming

ability, necessary for safe

swimming in a seashore


Mr Vesty’s hard work,

energy and determination

to achieve a fully

functional school has never

been forgotten; so highly

appreciated and valued,

which has perpetuated the

high standard of Sumner

School today.

Transformation planned

for Redcliffs Park

UPGRADES: New amenities are on the way at

the former Redcliffs School, which is now Te

Papa Kura Redcliffs Park.

Before the former

Redcliffs School buildings

were demolished, members

of the community were

taken round the area and

asked what they would like

to keep.

The playground was a

key focus and has since

been refurbished and is

extensively used.

The community also

wanted to keep a classroom

which was not badly


The Mt Pleasant

Pottery Club has recently

taken up that lease and will

be operating from there


McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

Dental issues in puppies

and kittens

We seem to be seeing or are more aware

of a number of our young patients with

teeth issues at an early age. A thorough

dental check needs an accommodating

patient and a patient vet and is not always

easy! Your initial training of your puppy

and yes your kitten with handing the feet,

looking in the mouth and ears certainly

helps. Positive reinforcement with praise

and play or treats afterwards really helps

this become an experience they look

forward to rather than shy away from.

At our vaccination checks which we do

every 3-4 weeks until your puppy or kitten

is 16 weeks, we will give them a full health

check and examine the mouth to try and

identify any dental issues early so we can

hopefully correct them and not need

major surgery later on.

Some of the things we usually see are

malocclusions where often due to face

shape and size the teeth don’t align in a

normal way. Often these may not cause

any major problems and simple dental

care to help keep the teeth clean will be all

that is needed.

Unfortunately sometimes we have teeth

that erupt in the wrong place or the bone structure

of the mouth does not have enough room for the

teeth to come

up where they

should do.

One situation

is where the

lower canines

hit the roof of

the mouth and

can cause big

painful holes.


we can

correct these

with specific

ball therapy


but others may

require surgical


as soon as

possible. Our

goal is to try

and keep your

puppy or kitten

pain free and

to try and sort

Macy at 12 weeks

out issues early

so hopefully

we can save the adult teeth.

Retained teeth are a common problem and it is

often the canines involved. The big issue is that

if we don’t remove these teeth quickly then they

can displace by blocking the normal pathway of

the adult canine teeth. Then we can have long

term problems. This is one of the reasons your

vet may suggest a check up around 6 months

of age so we can recognise this issue early and

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Another condition that happens is that some teeth

don’t erupt or are missing. This seems to affect

dogs more commonly and we notice that there are

missing teeth, often when they are

neutered. This seems to be relatively

common in Boxers, Shih Tzus and

Chihuahuas. If there are teeth under

the gum line we sometimes can do

a simple technique to allow them to

erupt but unfortunately others may

just be too deep. These teeth can

form huge cysts in the bone and if

not detected can end up with a dog

needing it’s lower jaw removed!

These are a couple of x-rays from a

wonderful patient Pepper whose

lower canine teeth hadn’t erupted and

caused these massive cysts.

All in all it is about early detection to

prevent long term problems, your help

with handling training and rewards

can really make a big difference in our

ability to examine your puppy or kitten.

Treats and Cuddles!!!

Dr Terryne Loney

McMaster & Heap

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Around 80-100 people were involved and

we were all very impressed. Most people

came to school either by paddleboard,

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Everyone arrived at about 2pm at

Moncks Bay and waited for about half

an hour for the wind to calm down a bit

and for the sail races to finish. We got

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Paddle to school day was a blast and

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work, swimming and pushing people off

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There were a lot of safety precautions

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surf lifesavers from Sumner Surf Club in

inflatable rescue boats and on surf boards

were there to help us out.

After we arrived everyone changed into

warm clothing and huddled around on the

grass for a delicious picnic and later played

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Abby, our deputy principal came

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170 years of Prep School Excellence

Educational matters have

been much in the news at the

start of the school year. At St

Michael’s, we are delighted

that history teaching has finally

been acknowledged as essential

for developing well-informed,

articulate Kiwi citizens.

For at St Michael’s, history

is our foundation. As New

Zealand’s oldest prep school,

for 170 years we have educated

and nurtured the visionaries and

dreamers who have built our

city and country, shaping our

history and future.

At St Michael’s, our

young pupils have limitless

potential to lead exciting and

generous lives, and we have

the responsibility to educate

and inspire them, to encourage

every child to flourish in

mind, body and spirit.

St Michael’s is a prep school

for girls and boys in Years

1-8. ‘Prep’ as in a preparation

for secondary school, and a

foundation for a fine life. For

at the heart of St Michael’s

are the essential values of

Christian faith and good global

citizenship: respect, integrity,

faith, hope and love.

Our small co-ed classes and

specialist teachers ensure that

each child is an individual,

well known by staff and fellow

pupils alike. Every child has a

desk and chair, locker and peg

– their own space in which to

establish their own sense of

place and identity.

Traditional foundations

in English and Mathematics

are assured at St Michael’s.

The mechanics of English –

punctuation, grammar, spelling,

vocabulary and sentence

construction – are taught,

practised and tested. Learning

to read develops into reading

to learn, and the delights of

children’s literature, poetry

and drama. Simple sentences

become finely crafted creative

writing, accounts and studies.

Maths teaching has been

in the media firing line again

recently as our national results

continue to slide against key

international markers. At St

Michael’s, we keep it simple

and teach proper, ‘good, old

fashioned’ maths. Our pupils

are taught and have to learn

basic facts, times tables and

essential algorithm methods.

We don’t bundle anything! Our

parents can help their children

with their maths homework,

because they recognise it!

This academic rigour then

underpins our wider curriculums

in History, Geography and

Science. Spanish and, for the

older pupils, Latin, offer the

enrichment of learning another

language and about another

culture. IT literacy is taught,

not assumed, and computer use

is measured. We like teaching

and talking to our pupils!

A prep education offers

balance. St Michael’s cultural

and sports’ programmes

further develop each child’s

foundation, as creativity and

problem-solving come in many

forms. Specialist art and music

classes are enjoyed weekly.

Many pupils participate in

individual instrumental, singing

or speech & drama lessons with

one of our ten itinerant staff.

Our several choirs, Stage Band

and Orchestra offer key early

steps in group performance.

Our senior programme,

Parare, advances our Year 7&8

education outside the box, from

financial literacy to outdoor ed,

leadership challenges to new

sports, citizenship and civics to

art and technologies.

Nestled as we are on the

banks of the Avon, opposite

the Riverside Farmers’ Market,


To help us celebrate 170 years of St

Michael’s Prep School excellence at the

heart of our city, alumni and former staff

are warmly invited to contact us so we can

share our anniversary plans with you.


St Michael’s extended campus

is spectacular: the art gallery,

museum, library, theatres and

Hagley Park are frequent haunts

only minutes away.

Many of our parents work

in the thriving city centre, and

Lincoln and Riccarton Road

hubs, but they live city-wide.

They comment on the comfort

of knowing their children are in

school nearby and the benefits

of popping over for an hour to

catch a performance or watch a


With the central bus exchange

only a block away, senior

children arrive from all corners

of the city.

An independent school

education is a precious gift

and it doesn’t have to break the

bank. If you think a St Michael’s

education would suit your

child, you are warmly welcome

to discover for yourself our

purposeful, wholehearted and

inclusive prep school.

Our next Open Day is coming

up, on Wednesday 3 March.

Please pop in during the day

between 9.00am – 4.00pm

for a tour, and to book an

appointment on the day with

the principal, please contact

registrar, Bec Hitchcock:


or 03.379.9790.

St Michael’s School

Your school at the heart of the city

✓ Co-educational, Years 1-8

✓ Small classes

✓ Specialist teachers

✓ Musical excellence

✓ Christian values

✓ Traditional classrooms; academic rigour

✓ Before & after school care: 7.30am - 5.30pm

✓ Central city location

Taking enrolments for 2022.

Some places available for 2021.

Open Day: Wednesday 3 March

www.saintmichaels.school.nz 249 Durham Street Phone (03) 379 9790 to book your tour.

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Festival to celebrate the estuary’s beauty

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 Vicky Southworth writes about

Estuary Fest that will be held on February 27.


and dark brooding sky, or mirror

smooth reflecting the bright

blue of a summer’s morning,

looking across the estuary to the

mountains is a spectacular scene.

I joined the Estuary Trust as

the Environment Canterbury

councillor representative just over

a year ago. I have come to see the

estuary as so much more than a

picture-perfect landscape; it is

home to many species, of which

the birds are the most visible.

Riding my bike along the

Coastal Pathway, I can now name

the birds I see, and know something

about them.

There’s the sharply dressed pied

oystercatchers with red bill and

crisp black and white attire – they

take their time picking through

the exposed shellfish beds at low


ACTIVITIES: Children taking part in past Estuary Fest

events, there will be fun for all ages on February 27.

The godwits in brown blend

in but are worth a closer look for

their unfeasibly long beaks. I love

how the cormorants congregate;

wings outstretched soaking up the

sun after diving for fish.

However, my favourite is the

royal spoonbill which, in spite of

its pure white feathers, reminds

me of a bulldozer, head down

trundling through the muddy

shallows to feed.

Go along to the annual Estuary

Fest to celebrate the beauty of

everything estuary; its wildlife, its

beauty and the recreational opportunities


The free event will be held

on February 27, 1-5pm,

McCormacks Bay Reserve (turn

right just before the causeway).

There will be ample and

controlled parking space, live

music, pony rides, food stalls,

children activities, native plants

sale, several stalls providing you

with information on everything

estuary and so much more.

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As technology has advanced,

I’ve usually embraced it. However,

I was very reluctant to use the

remote control function in Kia’s

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Put simply, you can drive the

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driver’s door, you can start the

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While I applaud the concept

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That’s just one of the many clever

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The Sorento Premium could

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The Sorento for 2021 is all-new.

The fourth-generation model has

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new styling, it’s quite a departure

from its predecessor. However,

none of the changes have altered

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There are four models in the

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When I returned the Sorento

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Sorento has a significant number

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The Sorento has been a

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That has certainly happened,

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Thinking of selling

and actually selling are

quite different things

Contact Ray White Ferrymead


Ray White Ferrymead

Ready When You Are!

Phone (03) 3844 179 | Email prier.manson@raywhite.com

rwferrymead.co.nz /RayWhiteFerrymead

Prier Manson Ltd. (Licensed REAA 2008)

Craig Prier

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Position Perfection

64 Wakatu Avenue, Redcliffs 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living, 1 dining, 4 car garaging

A supreme park-side position provides a magnificent backdrop to this

sizeable 70s home which offers an effortless lifestyle in Redcliffs.

Boasting immediate access through to neighbouring Barnett Park, this

property is well-positioned to embrace Redcliffs various offerings, with

a mere stroll leading you to the beach, cafes and bars while in-zone

Redcliffs School is also nearby.

Superbly presented and meticulously maintained, this appealing

family home is tastefully styled and has enjoyed refreshed flooring, an

upgraded kitchen and refurbished bathroom over the past decade and

a half.

The expansive five-bedroom layout is arranged across two floors, with

bedrooms and a bathroom on each for ultimate everyday ease. The

home’s ground floor accommodation is ideal for teens, with a bathroom

supporting the three bedrooms, two of which open out to a patio. An

additional bathroom separates the two upper-level bedrooms which

boast elevated views, one of which is the generously sized master.

Large living spaces occupy the ground floor, including the kitchen,

dining and lounge area as well as a sunroom that leads outdoors to

the spacious deck and garden. A courtyard at the front of the section

soaks up the morning sun to provide the perfect spot for enjoying your

morning coffee.

Extensive insulation, double glazing and a new log burner keep this sunbathed

home incredibly comfortable throughout the seasons.

Storage has been thoughtfully considered throughout, with a four-car

garage, two garden sheds and on-site parking offering abundant space


This fantastic family home represents a rare opportunity in a favoured

location, and prospective purchasers are encouraged to act quickly.

Contact Paula or Simon for more information.

No.1 Sales Consultants 2017-2020

Simon & Paula Standeven

Auction: Sunday 7 March at 1:00pm,

on site (unless sold prior)

Open Homes: Wednesday 12:30 - 1:00pm,

Sunday 2:30 - 3:00pm


Simon and Paula Standeven

M. 0274 304 691

E. thestandevens@raywhite.com

Paula & Simon Standeven

Jan Edlin Pip Sutton

Cherie Mooyman

Marie Malone Elenor Corston

Anna Loader & Bronny Clifford

Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

Wednesday February 17 2021 Bay Harbour News 19

Repair, Rejuvenate or Redevelop

16 Hurst Seager Lane, Sumner

5 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 4 toilets, 2 living, 2 car garaging

Enjoying an elevated position to take in unrivalled coastal views and set on

a substantial parcel of land, this large family home tucked away at the end of

a quiet cul-de-sac on Clifton Hill is offered to the market on “as is, where is”

basis. With both the interior and exterior remaining true to its origins, the

property represents a unique opportunity for a savvy buyer with vision and

flair to repair, rejuvenate and reap the benefits.

With double garaging on the ground floor, and living and accommodation

arranged over two light-filled upper levels, the cleverly-configured floorplan

has been designed to take full advantage of the spectacular outlook with

sweeping views across the Avon-Heathcote Estuary to the Southern Alps

from almost every room. Incorporating five bedrooms, three bathrooms plus

a guest toilet, and a generously proportioned interconnected kitchen, dining

and living space with adjoining study, the home will accommodate modern

living with ease and with a multitude of flexible spaces, will appeal to those

seeking to work from home.

Rich with bird life and featuring easy-care plantings, the magnificent

1.8-hectare section’s sloping gradient ensures you’ll never be built out and

imparts a sense of space and seclusion while being just a few minutes’ drive

from Sumner Beach and 20 minutes from the central city.

Designed and built to our vendors’ specifications, this property has served as

a very special family home for many years but with the decision to sell firmly

made, this property is a must-see for buyers ready to tackle a new project.

Auction: Thursday 4 March from 11:00am, in rooms, Ray White,

Level 2, 76 Hereford Street (unless sold prior)

Open Homes: Wednesday 12:30 - 1:00pm and Sunday 3:30 - 4:00pm


Simon and Paula Standeven

M. 0274 304 691 E. thestandevens@raywhite.com

Boundary line

indicative only

No.1 Sales Consultants


Simon & Paula Standeven

Sensational Seaside Sanctuary

85 Beachville Road, Redcliffs

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living, 1 car garaging

Soundly constructed in 2015 by the highly respected local firm Trevor Hone

Builders, this home is set in a stunning seaside locale, offering the ultimate

retreat from busy, modern life.

Spread over two superbly finished levels; the ground floor encompasses the

spacious open plan kitchen, living and dining area along with one double

bedroom and a full family bathroom. Upstairs, a further two bedrooms,

including the master, are cleverly separated by a dual access ensuite.

Bedrooms include built-in storage and joinery while the master bedroom

takes maximum advantage of the spectacular sea views.

A studio space incorporated into the new single garage offers further

accommodation or presents a private space for work, while plenty of offstreet

parking ensures ample room for additional vehicles.

Positioned for excellent sun and enjoying the most modern construction

standards, including double-glazing and full insulation, this home offers

superior comfort and is a pleasure to live in, year-round.

Situated on a perfectly proportioned 456m² site just metres from the coastal

pathway; the beautifully landscaped grounds combine space for outdoor

living and entertaining with lush, low-maintenance plantings to ensure

your downtime can be spent revelling in all that this incredible waterfront

location offers.

Offering contemporary post-earthquake construction and an unsurpassed

setting with the estuary, beach, village and Redcliffs School all on the

doorstep, this endlessly appealing home is guaranteed to attract a

wide range of buyers. Interest will be high, and your earliest viewing is

encouraged. Contact Paula or Simon for more information.

Auction Sunday 7 March at 11:00am, on site (unless sold prior)

Open Homes: Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 1:30 - 2:00pm


Simon and Paula Standeven

M. 0274 304 691 E. thestandevens@raywhite.com

No.1 Sales Consultants


Simon & Paula Standeven

Craig Prier Yvette Wright

Donna Lee

Bev Prout Rod Cross James Shepherd Gretta Ulmer Mark Gardner

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2 Wakatu Ave

Beach House on the Bay

2 Wakatu Avenue, Redcliffs 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 car garaging

• Easy living, low maintenance 3 bedroom Lockwood design, with loads of potential

• Perfectly positioned for a primo coastal lifestyle without breaking the bank

• Walk to the waterfront, beach and village

• Dual access from Main Road or Wakatu Ave

• Easy care garden; garage with off street parking. Perfect ‘Lock and Leave’

• Surplus to requirements, vendors instructions are - must be sold

Auction: Thursday 25 February at 4:00pm,

on site (unless sold prior)

Open Homes:

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 1:00 - 1:30pm


Mark Gardner

M. 021 633 669

E. mark.gardner@raywhite.com

Ray White Ferrymead

Ready When You Are!

Phone (03) 3844 179 | Email prier.manson@raywhite.com | rwferrymead.co.nz | /RayWhiteFerrymead Prier Manson Ltd. (Licensed REAA 2008)

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