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Is Lyttelton SailGP-ready?

Lyttelton resident Chris Brown is worried about how Lyttelton will look to the estimated 250

million people who will view the port town when the prestigious sailing event SailGP hits

the harbour waters next January. He is especially concerned about The Mitre, the historic

hotel damaged beyond repair during the earthquakes. However, other residents are feeling

optimistic, looking forward to the “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” the event presents.

• Story, pages 4-6

PHOTO: SAMANTHA MYTHEN

Akaroa

Museum

in line for

funding

cuts

• By Samantha Mythen

QUESTIONS ARE being asked

after Akaroa Museum has been

put in line for future funding cuts.

The city council’s Long Term

Plan dictates a 10 per cent cut in

the Akaroa Museum’s operational

budget from 2022.

Consequently, the museum will

lose $40,000.

In a deputation to the Banks

Peninsula Community Board,

the Friends of Akaroa Museum

told the community board that

although the cut may seem a

small amount, it presents a “huge

challenge” to the museum.

The museum is open seven days

a week and has attracted more

than 24,000 domestic visitors in

the past year.

As a result of the Long Term

Plan, the museum group is asking

whether the city council values

Akaroa’s history and taonga

(treasures).

The group would like to see a

reverse in the funding cuts.

It originally submitted to the

draft Long Term Plan.

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yachting next year when

SailGP arrives.

But what will those TV eyes

from around the globe see?

That’s the question reporter

Samantha Mythen put to

people in the port and the

responses have not been overly

positive (see pages 4, 5 and 6).

There is a lot of concern

about the lack of progress

in Lyttelton since the earthquakes

and how that will look

when SailGP is televised across

the world.

Empty plots, rundown

abandoned buildings and

cracked pavements. There is

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Communities encouraged to take

lead in tsunami response planning

• By Samantha Mythen

THE MOST resilient

communities during a tsunami

are those that are the most

connected and the most

prepared, said Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

chairwoman Alexandra Davids.

The community board has requested

the city council provides

it with more information on

what tsunami evacuation planning

for Sumner and Redcliffs

has already taken place between

the council and Civil Defence.

Davids said that there had

been tsunami event planning

after the November 14, 2016,

Kaikoura earthquake, but the

community board was unsure

on what conclusion had been

reached.

“We want to know what areas

of planning need more support,

and how we can get different

groups and organisations together

to make sure everyone is

prepared and on the same page,”

she said.

“At the moment, the information

is quite hodge-podge.”

City council head of civil

defence and emergency management

Rob Orchard said there

are currently no suburb-specific

tsunami emergency plans developed

by the city council, other

than those developed with the

community.

However, Orchard said under

the city council’s Long Term Plan

21–31, community response plans

for emergencies form part of the

Civil Defence emergency management

unit’s levels of service.

“This is essentially where communities

are actively supported

by the city council to develop

specific and appropriate response

plans for their community,” he

said.

“These plans are developed

by the community and for the

community.”

Orchard explained this year’s

city council’s Know Your Zone

campaign, promoting tsunami

evacuation zones, has helped

individual communities to

understand the tsunami risk

and what actions they need to

consider when planning.

RESPONSE:

More

information

has been

requested

from the

city council

to ensure

seaside

communities

Sumner and

Redcliffs are

prepared in

the event of

a tsunami.

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The Sumner community

has already shown initiative in

coming together to create its

own specific tsunami evacuation

plan, which will be continually

supported by the city council.

The Sumner Community

Residents’ Association has

worked with civil defence

experts such as the Sumner

Volunteer Fire Brigade and

Civil Defence Emergency

Management.

As a result, the village has been

Lisa

Sparrow

divided into four quadrants, and

depending on where you live or

where you are when an earthquake

hits or the call to evacuate

comes, this dictates which hill

you must go to.

Residents’

association

co-chairperson

Liza Sparrow said:

“The message is

that you are expected

to evacuate

to the nearest hill

instead of driving

across the neighbourhood so we

can avoid traffic congestion.”

She also said that when going

up the hill, people must drive as

far as they can into the hills, to

avoid traffic jams at the bottom.

“Every neighbourhood should

have their own local plan.”

Another Sumner-specific

initiative is putting a green bin

at the end of their driveway,

indicating a resident’s home is

available for others to stay in

until the tsunami passes or the

area is declared safe again.

Said Sparrow: “If you want to

host, putting your green bin out

shows you have room at the inn.

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Call to spruce up Lyttelton before

• By Samantha Mythen

EMPTY PLOTS, run-down

abandoned buildings, cracked

pavements and ageing

information signs.

Scars leftover from the earthquakes.

These are the sights that could

welcome the influx of SailGP

teams and spectators set to visit

Lyttelton next January as the

prestigious sailing competition

comes to its harbour.

That is if major work to repair

and tidy the port town is not

completed in time.

Resident Chris Brown is a

voice among many who is not

convinced Lyttelton will be up to

the standards the international

spotlight demands.

“My key worry is the look of

Lyttelton when people arrive.

The hideous Mitre on the waterfront,

the empty spaces and

run-down signs,” he said.

Brown says the historic hotel

The Mitre is a disgrace. It has

stood in its dangerous state of

disrepair since being damaged in

the earthquakes.

“I am not at all convinced the

city council will have moved

forward with its demolition in

time for SailGP,” he said.

Owners of The Mitre Hotel

have applied for a resource consent

for the building’s demolition

CONCERNED: Lyttelton residents are worried Lyttelton will not be ready for the SailGP

spotlight next year, especially with the downtrodden The Mitre still yet to be demolished.

and the city council said they

are still waiting for information

from the applicant.

The owners said the building

will be demolished as soon

as possible after the resource

consent is issued. Currently,

company director and property

manager Tony Ward said they

arrange for any tagging to be

painted over when spotted.

A new development will be

built on the site when the venture

becomes economically viable.

The owners hope the building

will be of similar footprint

and size and incorporate some

heritage elements characteristic

of the present and former Mitre

building.

“This is sometime off however,

due to economic considerations

with both Covid-19 and

local growth and development,”

Ward said.

Kirsty Macnab is glad The

Mitre will be pulled down and

Fay Jeffery agreed.

“It should have been pulled

down years ago,” Jeffery said.

Jeffery said she almost ended

up in a car crash due to the

orange barriers around the

hotel preventing a clear view of

oncoming traffic when turning

from Canterbury St onto Norwich

Quay.

“It is so dangerous,” she said.

“If there was another earthquake,

the place could easily fall

down on people walking around

it.”

Bryce Sabe of Lyttelton said

he thought the port would not

be ready for the big event unless

certain things occurred, such as

getting rid of all the rubbish.

Lyttelton Business Association

chairwoman Vicki Tahau Paton’s

biggest concern is the roading

part of the Bridle Path track into

Lyttelton.

“The road needs more than

repair work, it is dangerous,” she

said.

“No one is taking these concerns

seriously enough but there

will be lots of people walking

over the hill for the event.”

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NEWS 5

January’s sailing event

Some work has already begun

in the town, however residents

think it is poor that it has taken

an international boating event for

an increased pace of upgrades to

Lyttelton.

Public toilets next to the

Lyttelton Information Centre on

Oxford St were already identified

by the city council – prior to the

SailGP event – as needing to be

upgraded.

Design work has now begun

for changing the inside of the

toilets, such as including baby

changing facilities and making

the toilets unisex. Construction

work will begin in October.

The city council is aiming to

complete the toilet upgrade by

December.

Brown also has concerns about

whether Lyttelton will be able to

cope with the influx of guests,

specifically the traffic management

plans.

“I am not convinced the traffic

plan will work,” he said.

Macnab said she is taking a

week off work as “driving in and

out of Lyttelton will be a nightmare,”

she said.

A ChristchurchNZ spokesperson

said SailGP is currently

preparing a traffic management

plan for the event, taking into account

issues such as congestion,

parking, safety, emergency access

and access for residents.

The city council will then

review this plan.

“We are working closely with

other partner agencies to ensure

lessons learnt from previous

events in Lyttelton are incorporated

into the plan to make sure

the event can maintain a functioning

transport network,” said

a city council spokesperson.

The high-speed sailing event

will take place on Lyttelton Harbour

on January 29 and 30, 2022.

It will be the penultimate

grand prix of the season before

the grand final in San Francisco

in March.

The race involves teams in F50

catamarans racing against each

other reaching speeds in excess of

50 knots or 90km/h.

“Although this event is great

overall for the community,

Christchurch and New Zealand,

I am not sure if Lyttelton will be

ready,” said Brown.

Jeffery agreed and said Lyttelton

is the forgotten town.

“ChristchurchNZ are really

promoting this for Christchurch

city and the benefits it will bring

for Christchurch,” said Brown.

“But the fact the event will be

held in the beautiful harbour and

in Lyttelton just seems incidental.

As is always the case, Lyttelton is

considered a suburb rather than

its own place.”

However, a ChristchurchNZ

spokesperson said the Lyttelton

township, the harbour and

Rāpaki will feature in aspects of

‘CUTE’: Charlotte McSweeney (left) and Isobel

Melhuish from Christchurch think Lyttelton’s

empty sites are the perfect picnic spot.

SailGP’s marketing.

“SailGP will boost our reputation

as a city with incredible outdoor

assets, a passionate sporting

and sailing community, and the

infrastructure and capability to

hold major international events,”

they said.

Ross Morrison is also taking a

more positive view.

“Of course we will be ready.

Absolutely. We’ve got to stay

positive,” he said.

He already has friends booked

in to stay at his home during the

event.

“This could be a once-in-a

-lifetime thing,” he said.

Morrison hopes that before

the event starts the Woolstore

buildings at Te Ana Marina will

be leased out to hospitality businesses.

They are currently empty.

Charlotte McSweeney and Isobel

Melhuish from Christchurch

thought Lyttelton was “quite

cute,” and the empty sites offered

a place to “sit, chill out and have

a picnic.”

Charlie Fawkner agreed: “Lyttelton

has that cute charm about

it.”

Lyttelton resident Eva Bennett

also does not mind the empty

sites.

“Lyttelton should not be

glamorised anymore just for the

international spotlight,” Bennett

said.

Fawkner, however, did wonder

about Lyttelton’s infrastructure.

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NEWS

• From page 5

“There’s not really any accommodation

in Lyttelton other than

the hotel at Governors Bay,” he

said.

As a result he said, many Lyttelton

residents are choosing to

move out that weekend and rent

out their homes

via services such

as Air BnB.

They are also

marking up the

prices.

“The economic

situation that

will result from

the event will

be fantastic,”

Fawkner said.

A ChristchurchNZ spokesperson

said the estimated visitor

spend is $3 million.

“The influx of visitors watching

the event is expected to generate

significant revenue for hospitality

businesses throughout the bays,

while the worldwide exposure of

the beauty and hospitality of the

region is expected to raise its profile

in positive ways,” they said.

However, they would not

confirm the investment

ChristchurchNZ has put into the

event.

Little Ship Club president and

Yachting New Zealand director

Victoria Moore is part of a

SailGP “legacy and leverage”

group, discussing the impact

of the event on the community

with the city council and event

organisers.

“A lot of work is going on

behind the scenes to ensure the

event runs smoothly, as well

as disruptions to residents are

minimised as much as possible,

especially in terms of traffic

management,” she said.

Moore said there have been

discussions of including a bus

ride in the event ticket price

and there being other incentives

offered so people choose not to

drive to Lyttelton.

In terms of Lyttelton needing

a “tidy up,” Moore said there is

only so much that could be done

in the limited amount of time

they have, hence priorities such

as work at the $4 million upgrade

at Naval Point, which began at

the end of June.

The upgrade includes replacing

an ageing water main, upgrading

utilities and making foreshore

improvements, a city council

spokesperson said.

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ASTHETICS: Some Lyttelton residents are worried about the look of their port – with

empty plots of land and abandoned buildings, such as The Mitre (above right).

PHOTOS: SAMANTHA MYTHEN

Worldwide exposure for port

Charlie

Fawkner

Moore is positive the event

is an incredible opportunity to

showcase Christchurch to the

world.

SailGP is expected to attract a

televised audience of an estimated

250 million people.

Tahau Paton is also on the

committee. She said the work

being done is “awesome.”

A city council spokesperson

said it is looking at what road

works can be completed at Naval

Point, alongside what improvements

can be made to signage

and vehicle and pedestrian access

between Te Ana Marina and the

site, prior to the event.

“SailGP will communicate

the impacts of the transport

management plan to Lyttelton

and Lyttelton Harbour residents,

as well as the wider Christchurch

community, with help from

ChristchurchNZ and the city

council,” they said.

Museum priority

raised with council

• From page 1

It asked whether the size of

cuts to Akaroa Museum was

the same as those being proposed

elsewhere, such as to the

Christchurch Art Gallery.

The group also asked whether

the museum was considered a

lower priority site by the city

council.

However, they are yet

to receive any response.

In its deputation, the

museum group noted

other city council-funded

cultural and heritage

facilities were to receive

maintained or greater

levels of funding in the

Long Term Plan, such

as $5.5 million towards

the Arts Centre and

$11.8 million to the McDougall

Art Gallery.

It told the deputation it was

“worried about the inequity” being

shown towards the museum,

which holds significant historical

stories.

Community board chairwoman

Tori Peden said it supports the

service that the museum provides

to the community and is also

concerned that less funding will

mean a loss of that service.

It has referred the deputation to

the city council.

“We need to see what the

funding cuts will look like on the

ground,” she said.

Tori Peden

Akaroa was the site of the first

formal European settlement in

the South Island.

The Treaty of Waitangi was

signed in the Akaroa area by two

Māori chiefs, Iwikau and Tikau.

The area was also the site of two

attacks by Te Rauparahau on the

local tangata whenua at Takapuneke

and Onawe.

The deputation was

supported by the Comte

de Paris Descendants

Group, the Libeau Family,

and the Akaroa Cemeteries

Group, totalling about

460 residents.

Art Gallery director

Blair Jackson told Bay

Harbour News the city

council had chosen to

make budgets cuts to the

Akaroa Museum as part of the

city-wide Long Term Plan process

to actively look for ways to reduced

spending and ensure rates

increases are kept to a minimum.

Said Jackson: “The required

savings target for Akaroa Museum

are not forecast to begin

until fiscal year 2023. This extra

year is to assist the museum to

identify areas where savings can

be made. There is also the Annual

Plan process which will offer the

ability to revisit the Museum’s

operational funding.”

The Friends of the Akaroa

Museum did not want to provide

further comment at this stage.

UNCERTAIN FUTURE: Akaroa Museum is facing funding

cuts.


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OUTSTANDING: Principal researcher Dr Huitong Zhou

(left), lab manager Freeman Fang (centre), and laboratory

director Professor Jon Hickford were recognised at the

Primary Industry Awards.

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY gene

marker laboratory director

Professor Jon Hickford from

Lyttelton has been recognised for

outstanding work in his field.

He received the science and

research award at the annual

Primary Industry Awards this

month.

The lab’s main research focus

is genetic variation in ruminants

and its association with

economically important traits.

It has developed tests for genes

which underpin milk, meat and

wool production, and that make

livestock resilient to disease and

environmental challenges.

Hickford has worked at the

university since 1989, teaching

Got thoughts

to share?

Are you a positive person with constructive ideas and a passion

for Banks Peninsula?

You may like to help us as we design and build a new wastewater scheme

for Akaroa.

Christchurch City Council has approved a wastewater treatment system

that will reclaim and reuse treated wastewater. This will include reuse in

Akaroa and irrigation to new areas of native trees and plants in Robinsons

Bay, Takamātua and Hammond Point and a new wetland site on Old Coach

Road next to a new treatment plant.

We are setting up a community reference group for the project to ensure

community concerns are understood and, where possible, addressed.

We need up to five community volunteers to join representatives of the

Banks Peninsula Community Board, Ōnuku Rūnanga and our project team.

The group will help us in the lead-up to our irrigation consent application.

The role of its members is to suggest ways to address community concerns

and ideas to enable the project to be as beneficial as possible to the

community, through opportunities for improved recreation, heritage,

education, ecology, landscape and the like.

If this interests you and you have constructive ideas, we’d love to hear

from you.

More information is on our website:

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Applications close 10am, 2 August 2021.

science and agriculture degree

programmes, and has delivered

11 commercial gene-marker tests

to market.

“With these technologies, we

have instituted programmes

for the eradication of

dermatosparaxis in white Dorper

sheep in Australia and New

Zealand, for the eradication of

Microphthalmia in Texel sheep

in Australia and New Zealand,

and for the eradication of

Gaucher disease in Australian

Southdown sheep,” he said.

Hickford recieved the award

alongside principal researcher Dr

Huitong Zhou from Lincoln and

lab manager Freeman Fang

from Christchurch.

COLOURS GALORE: Eleanor Grimshaw’s exhibition

at The Rock runs until the end of August.

Feel-good exhibition opens

• By Samantha Mythen

FOR SUMNER local Eleanor

Grimshaw, the power of art is

making people feel good when

they look at it.

Viewers can experience this

feeling at her latest exhibition.

Day-to-day, Grimshaw works

as a client relationship manager

at Opes Partners, but as a side

hustle she creates multi-coloured

floral artworks that express a

playful imagination.

Last year, the team at The

Rock asked her if she would like

to exhibit some of her work,

which she did after the Covid-19

lockdown ended.

Earlier this month, her second

exhibition at The Rock opened.

Although Grimshaw usually

creates photo-realistic portraits,

after Covid-19, she said: “I

wanted to create something

colourful, that would make

people smile and feel positive.”

This theme continues in her

latest exhibition, which features

a vibrant wall of colour,

including fruits, flowers and

people.

Grimshaw has worked with

watercolour, acrylic and pen

overlays.

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exhibition involved “many late

nights,” she said.

Grimshaw has practiced art

from a very young age.

“For me, art is fun, and it’s

rewarding to be able to create an

image you have in your mind,”

she said.

“It’s also therapeutic. You don’t

have to think, you can just relax.

It doesn’t require the same brain

power as a full day at work.”

You can view Grimshaw’s work

at the Rock, 10 Wakefield Ave

until the end of August.

The Rock is manned by

volunteers, so it is only open

when the signs are out.

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release

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Supercars, Star Media, PO Box 1467, Christchurch 8140. To be eligible for the draw, all entries must

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NEWS

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Theatre troupe shines on and off stage

• By Samantha Mythen

THEY ARE mums, dads,

personal assistants and teachers

by day – and amateur thespians

by night.

Next month they are taking

to the stage in Sumner as part of

the Matuku Community Theatre’s

annual variety show.

The troupe has been performing

in the seaside suburb

for more than 100 years. Their

cabaret-style shows started more

than 50 years ago.

During the past century, the

group has weaved together a rich

tapestry of stories. And its members’

lives are almost as colourful

as their performances.

Liz Hinchey went to an exhibition

on the group’s history earlier

this year, where she found a

photo of herself performing with

her parents in Sumner in 1977.

Hinchey grew up performing

in shows with her family, including

as part of the Diamond Harbour

Peninsula Merrymakers.

She officially joined the Matuku

Community Theatre in 2004.

There, she found love with fellow

performer John Hinchey.

She had heard John’s audition

for the group. He had never performed

in a show before, but she

said he had a “very enthusiastic

voice.”

“He’s the better dancer,

though,” Hinchey said. “I have

two left feet.”

When a snowstorm hit, Liz

asked a friend for John’s number,

then asked him if he would drive

her to rehearsals through the

snow.

They have now been married

for 14 years.

Today the Matuku Takotako

Sumner Centre is the home of

Matuku Community Theatre,

but the group spent many years

performing in Sumner School’s

old hall on Wiggins St, and prior

to that in the old community

centre.

Said chairwoman Sarah Mankelow:

“Community theatre is

often a reflection of the place and

people and popular culture at the

time, either accidentally but also

often with purpose.”

She recalled a show called

‘Sumner Through the Years,’

performed in 1990, which was

a “whimsical look” at Sumner’s

history.

Mankelow has been the

group’s chairwoman for the last

two years.

She joined the group 15 years

ago as a new mum looking for

some new friends.

“I’d done drama at school but

nothing really since then and it

sounded like fun,” she said.

“And it was! I met lots of

other creative, musical people

and some became my closest

friends.”

Mankelow has made plenty of

memories, both on and off stage.

In her first show, Mankelow

performed as a “naughty elf,” a

role that “gave her permission to

be a kid again.”

And after constantly playing

Neil Diamond songs that were

to feature in an upcoming show,

Mankelow’s three-year-old began

singing all the words.

The community is at the heart

of what the theatre is about.

They sell six shows at a large

discount to organisations, such

as community groups, sports

clubs and schools. Those groups

then sell tickets to the show as

their own fundraiser.

This year Zonta, the

Ferrymead Harriers and the

Ferrymead Bays Football have

already booked spots to raise

money for their clubs.

Other years, the theatre has

hosted special fundraising shows

for locals, such as Sacha Coburn’s

breast cancer treatment and Mark

Lane’s kidney transplant.

This year’s cabaret will run

each weekend from August 13

until September 4. It will feature

a variety of songs, dances, silly

skits and surfing, including

guest performances by the

Firefly Belly Dancers and quartet

Symptomatic Saga.

A contribution from each show

will be donated to the Sumner

Hub for their koha workshop

project.

The group has already decided

to make the opening night free of

charge to senior groups in Sumner

and Lyttleton, so they can enjoy a

night of music and fun.

Mankelow said moving the

LOVE ON STAGE: Liz Hinchey joined the Matuku Community

Theatre in 2004, where she met her future husband John

Hinchey. ​The theatre group has been captivating audiences

for more than 100 years,

group to the Matuku Takotako

Sumner Centre involved a lot of

hard work. This, alongside the

group having to take last year off

due to Covid-19, has meant it has

lost momentum.

Mankelow hopes others will

force themselves out of their

comfort zones and join the

supportive and fun theatre.

“It’s a great feeling to get

together with a group of people

and be creative,’ she said.

“Our shows are variety so we

can adapt them to suit the talent

we have.”

Tickets for the Matuku

Community Theatre 2021

Cabaret “SING | DANCE |

LAUGH | LOVE | SURF |

DREAM” are now available.

Visit the website matukutheatre.

nz to book.

MEMORIES: Sarah

Mankelow performing.

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Treasures from the past

THE UNION Steamship

Company began regular sailings

between Wellington and

Lyttelton/Ōhinehou in 1895 with

two round trips each week.

In 1905, this became a daily

service year-round.

In 1933, the name ‘Steamer

Express’ was adopted for the

service, of which the Maori, the

Hinemoa, the Rangatira, and

the Tamahine were some of the

vessels used.

The following description

of the interior of the Maori

highlights the glamour of sailing

journeys, for which many would

don their best clothes.

“The spacious music room

is a veritable symphony in old

gold and blue. Softly-yielding

lounges invite contemplative

inactivity, while the grand

piano foreshadows unending

possibilities.

“The dining room, reached

by a noble staircase of

handsome woods, is of special

magnificence, upholstered

in crimson and decorated in

subdued artistic tints of green

and white and gold.

“A lordly dome pierced and

garnished with stained glass rises

through the upper promenade

deck, and may be lifted to

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the Union

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Wellington–

Lyttelton and

Wellington–

Picton

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augment the ventilation at will.

The parquetted floor is clothed

with rich crimson carpets.” (NZ

History).

The ill-fated Wahine was

another in the line and its tragic

demise cast a dark cloud over the

ferry service.

With the advent of regular,

faster, more affordable air travel

in the early 1970s, the death knell

for overnight ferry journeys was

rung.

The interisland service

ended in 1976, bringing the

Wellington–Lyttelton Steamer

Express to an end, to the

disappointment of many.

Young Totara Award for

life guard’s commitment

A KEEN volunteer life guard has

been recognised for his efforts

with an award from Ferrymead

Rotary.

Niels de Beer was presented

with a Young Totara Award in

recognition of his work in the

surf life saving community.

De Beer has been involved with

the Taylors Mistake Surf Life

Saving Club for 10 years. He and

his family joined the club after

emigrating from the Netherlands.

De Beer, who recently became

a member of the Sumner Coastguard

team, has learnt first aid,

team building and leadership

skills.

Rotary’s Young Totara Award

seeks to recognise the positive

achievements of young people,

promote sound role models for

youth, and foster responsible

attitudes towards the community.

Awardees are presented with a

totara tree and a certificate.

Samantha Dryden, who lives in

Halswell but regularly volunteers

at Charlesworth Reserve in

Ferrymead, often travelling there

by bus, also received a Young

Totara Award.

Dryden is an avid conservationist

with a special interest in

ecology and climate change.

She loves the work and does anything

that is needed, including

weeding, planting, pruning,

digging holes. She enjoys the

company of like-minded people

and the opportunity to learn.

For more information about

Ferrymead Rotary and its

projects, phone secretary Kai

Tovgaard on 384 9485.

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Dryden and

Niels de Beer

with their

Young Totara

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Wā Kōrero-Storytimes

Today, 10.30-11am

Meet others in the community

when you and your pre-schooler

join in for a fun variety of

stories, songs and rhymes which

foster children’s literacy. All

whānau and caregivers welcome.

Free, no bookings required.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Pottery Social Night

Wednesday, 7-9.30pm

Are you hooked on pottery?

This is an opportunity for you to

work alongside others on your

own pottery projects. Tuition

is not provided. There are two

working electric wheels, benches

and some equipment to share.

Take your own clay, glazes, tools

and ideas. $5 per session (cash

only). Email Nikki to book a spot

artatsumnerhub@gmail.com

Sumner Hub, 57 Nayland St

Sumner

Creative Wednesdays

Wednesday, 11.30am-2.30pm

All welcome and you can come

and go as you please. This group

is focused on bringing people

together and getting creative,

no matter what level your art

practice is, beginner or expert.

Go along to this event to make

connections and express yourself

freely. Every Wednesday.

The Rock, 10 Wakefield Ave,

Sumner

Lyttelton Community

Garden

Wednesday, 1oam-12.30pm

Over at The Lyttelton

Community Garden, after

a really productive growing

season, the garden is planted

up and ready for winter. There

is real momentum in the

garden to share food and to

widen the definition of what

a “community” garden can

be – food for the community,

education, working with the

school and early childcare

centres as well as producing

seedlings and other resources

for the community. This is an

exciting time for the garden and

as spring comes in. Visit the

garden from 10am with a shared

lunch at 12.30pm. Everyone is

welcome.

58 Oxford St, Lyttelton

Heathcote Community

Morning Tea

Wednesday, 10am-12pm

Everyone is invited to pop in

for a cuppa, some fresh baking

and to get to know some of

the locals. Occurring every

Wednesday.

Heathcote Community Centre

Sumner Silver Band

Thursday, 7pm- 8.30pm

All welcome to attend the

band’s regular rehearsals to

either just listen or to become

part of the band. They can

provide instruments and

Email samantha.mythen@starmedia.

kiwi by 5pm each Wednesday

encourage returning players of

all ages. Phone Peter Croft for

more information 3849 534.

Redcliffs School, Beachville Rd

Community Garden Working

Bee

Thursday, 10-11.30am

Contribute time and sweat

to the Mt Pleasant community

garden. Join Jocelyn at this

weekly working bee. The

garden is located between the

community centre and the

kindergarten.

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre Garden

Twinkle Tots

Friday, 10.30am

Twinkle Tots is a community

music group for Under 5’s, a

delightful space where the littlest

members of the community and

their guardians can catch up for

singing, dancing and practicing

social skills. Beautiful morning

tea is provided. Gold coin

donation.

St Mary’s Church Village Hall,

Heathcote

Zoomers Art Exhibition

Friday-Sunday, 10am-4pm

Artists Against Slavery

presents, Zoomers; an exhibition

of work by four talented

Generation Z artists, who all

live in Diamond Harbour and

are students at Cashmere High

School. They will be donating 10

per cent of the sale price of their

artworks sold to Artists Against

Slavery.

Stoddart Cottage, Diamond

Harbour

Lyttelton Harbour TimeBank

Drop-in Session

Tuesday, 10am-12pm

The Lyttelton Harbour

TimeBank exists to help build

a stronger, more connected

harbour community. Come in

for a chat - get help with joining

or managing your account,

posting an offer or request, or

anything else.

Lyttelton Library

9 for 9 Group Art Exhibition

Tuesday-Friday, 11am-5pm,

Saturday, 1-4pm, Sunday, 11am-

4pm

Nine artists feature for the 9th

annual container art exhibition.

The exhibition includes Philip

Trusttum, who was recently

awarded an ONZM for his

services to art. The exhibition

The Mending

Group, Tuesday,

10am, is repairing

donated items that

might otherwise

go to landfills and

preparing them

to be sold or to

be used by other

organisations. The

Shroom Room,

Lyttelton or Lyttelton

Library (if raining).

runs until the end of July.

LEstrange Gallery, 17 Marriner

St, Sumner

School Holidays: Free Movies

Tuesdays and Thursdays,

10.30am

Seats will be available but kids

may want to take their own rug

or beanbag. Drinks, popcorn

and nibbles available for sale.

Movies include Cloudy with a

Chance of Meatballs, Narnia:

The Lion, the Witch and the

Wardrobe, Winnie the Pooh,

Mary Poppins, Miss Potter,

Scooter Kidz.

Opawa Community Church,

cnr Aynsley Tce and Opawa Rd

Coffee and Conversations

Monday, 10.30am

Sumner Bays Union Trust host

Tea and Talk. Join in for a social

morning with free hot drinks

and snacks. Make yourself

comfortable and spend some

time talking to other members

of the community and your local

librarians. Everyone welcome.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre


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I READ recently that Mazda’s

new BT-50 pick-up could well be

marketed as an alternative sport

utility vehicle.

Compelled to test that theory,

I asked Mazda New Zealand if I

could take the double cab utility

on a long South Island road trip,

leaving the vehicle in secured

parking at Bluff while my wife

and I took in a couple of days

on Stewart Island, one of our

favourite holiday destinations.

It was an unusual choice of

vehicle to travel such a distance

in but it was a good choice, it was

comfortable on that journey and

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The evaluation ute was the

base model variant, although it

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enough kit to satisfy. Certainly,

during our road trip there was

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my previous evaluations of the

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The Mazda Motor Corporation

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conglomerate to develop the

latest generation model. It shares

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The BT-50 here is available in

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There are no surprises here, this

engine has been around for a few

years but it has been the subject

of a long and steady refinement

process.

Today, it is smooth and

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power and torque are developed

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SHOP THE SALE FOR

10 DAYS OF SAVINGS

ALL DEPARTMENTS

23 JULY – 1 AUGUST

New Seasonal Menu

Stay energised during the sale.

EXTENDED STORE HOURS

FRIDAY 23 JULY / 10AM-7PM

SATURDAY 24 JULY / 9AM-6PM

SUNDAY 25 JULY / 10AM-5PM

NORMAL TRADING HOURS RESUME: MONDAY 26 JULY

WWW.BALLANTYNES.CO.NZ/OPENING-HOURS

Visit us on the ground floor

of the Lichfield Street Building.

Open 7 days a week.

Phone : 03 378 1960

www.ballantynes.co.nz

City Mall, Christchurch. PHONE (03) 379 7400

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