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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2021

Connecting Your Local Community

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Balloting begins for Coastal by-election

• By John Cosgrove

VOTERS WILL start receiving

ballot papers today to elect a new

Coastal Ward councillor.

Seven candidates are vying for

the seat vacated by James Daniels

in May.

Daniels triggered the byelection

when he announced

he was leaving the role and the

$114,130 pay packet to work as

a co-host on the Newstalk ZB

afternoon show.

He had ousted two-term

councillor David East in the 2019

local body elections by a slender

339 votes.

Now East is back, seeking to

reclaim his seat, along with six

others.

They are: Kelly Barber

(The People’s Choice), the

current chairman of the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board; Celeste Donovan

(Independent – Positive

Community Action), the current

chairwoman of the New Brighton

Residents Association; Katie

Hays; Andre Hopman

(Independent); Caleb Isaacs

(Independent); and Nikora Nitro.

The election pledges of the

candidates reflected the word

on the street at New Brighton

when Pegasus Post asked a cross

section of residents what they

were seeking from candidates in

a by-election estimated to cost

about $65,000.

Michelle Nicolls of South

Brighton wants candidates to

concentrate of the basics.

“Get our roads

fixed instead of

giving us fancy

new stuff, just

give us the basics

and we’ll be

happy,” she said.

New Brighton

Michelle retailer Dennis

Nicolls Shrimpton

believes they all

have the best of intentions but it’s

obvious some have it and some

don’t.

“Some mean

well and I’m

impressed with

them, I believe

that if they are

elected it bodes

well for our

Dennis

Shrimpton

community, I

just hope they

give Brighton a

big smack on the

bum and lift it up,” he said.

Photography

winners to be

announced

‘UP TO his neck’ captures the

judge’s eye.

This photo by Christchurch

Photographic Society life member

Newell Grenfell was one of

66 received by organisers of the

New Zealand Photojournalism

Competition 2021.

The New Brighton Photographic

Club hosted the annual

competition last month.

Because of Covid restrictions

Newell Grenfell said he, like

many others, had to go deep into

his archives to find entries.

“This image was taken several

years ago at Motukarara during

one of those mud run events,”

he said.

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TACKING through Covid-19

regulations ensures a fair wind for the

Pleasant Point Yacht Club as it starts

sailing this weekend.

On Saturday, the club will launch its

101 st season on the estuary.

Club committee member Nigel

Humphreys said they will be out

on the estuary from the South New

Brighton Park as they host an open

race for dinghy sailors.

“Despite Covid we’ll be out there,

but because of the delay in opening

by many other clubs in the district we

are expecting a slightly lower turnout

than in previous years.”

The race starts at 2.40pm and

Humphreys said spectators and those

interested in sailing are welcome to

come along.

“Our 101 st season is going to be a

good one as we have new boats and

facilities on hand, they are great and

make a vast improvement from five

years in containers.”

He credits the new facilities

and the heightened interest in

sailing due to the recent America’s

Cup and Olympics as the reason

for the growing interest in sailing.

“Some come for the social side

and some come to race, to help them

all we will be starting junior and

adult Learn to Sail programmes in

October.”

The junior course will run during

the school holidays from October 11

through to October 15, while the adult

learn to sail course will run from

OPEN DAY: The new Pleasant Point Yacht Club facilities will host a

dinghy race meeting this weekend. Senior boats compete in one

of the many races the club holds each sailing season out on the

estuary.

October 17 through to November 13.

The courses follow the

Yachting NZ coaching programme

and will be run by the club’s learn to

sail co-ordinators Dan O’Sullivan

and Brett Hawkes, with assistance of

experienced club members.

No experience is needed to

take part and the club will

supply yachts and life jackets … but

recommend suitable footwear and

warm clothing.

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Hearing panel on freedom camping continues

• By John Cosgrove

THE TESTY issue of freedom

camping in the city continues to

polarise opinion.

The city council’s bylaw hearings

panel was due to reconvene

this morning after spending all

of last Monday hearing submissions

for the proposed replacement

Freedom Camping Bylaw

2021.

Submitters assembled to

consider the proposal to make

changes to the freedom camping

bylaw that covers Christchurch

and Banks Peninsula, which was

first introduced five years ago.

Panel members, councillors

Phil Mauger, Tim Scandrett and

Deputy Mayor Andrew Turner,

were to restart the process again

this morning.

Of the 97 submissions

received, 12 were from

organisations, three were from

businesses and 82 were from

individual submitters.

The proposed bylaw changes

include making a temporary

ban on freedom camping in

the North Beach car park

permanent. The ban would apply

at weekends from October to

May to enable good access to the

carpark when it is at its busiest.

Proposed changes also include

creating a city coastal restricted

zone, where freedom campers

could stay for up to four nights

in any 30-day period. This new

zone would prevent campers

using the current 500m rule to

move short distances every few

days and stay in the coastal area

for extended periods of time.

Another proposed change is

the introduction of a new rule to

encourage campers to be more

careful about how they set up

their vehicles and camping gear.

The rule would prevent campers

from blocking thoroughfares

and spreading out.

The last element focuses on

creating a specified area at Naval

Point in Lyttelton where freedom

campers can stay, and limiting

the number of freedom camping

spots to 18 vehicles.

A report prepared by council

staff for the hearings panel

said most of the submissions

received are generally supportive

of the proposed bylaw changes,

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others put forward suggestions

to further improve the bylaw.

The main area of contention

was the City Coastal Restricted

Zone proposal.

The report notes submissions

on this proposal were very

mixed.

There was strong

opposition mentioned in the

report in relation to Southshore

being included, with some wanting

camping prohibited

instead.

The hearings panel will be

considering all the matters raised

in the submissions and then will

seek advice from staff before

making recommendations to

council on the final form of the

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Big job expected for successful candidate

• From page 1

Facility manager Samantha Fay

said whoever gets elected will have

a big job on their hands.

“I think they all have to realise

what a huge job it will be representing

this area, they cannot consider

it as a part-time job as we have such

a diverse community here.

The candidates

“It’s a long ward and the candidates

need to look beyond focusing

on the mall regeneration and have

a broader overview of what need to

be done in all the communities that

make up our ward,” she said.

Hair salon owner Felicity Patterson

(right) wants more doing and

less talking. “The council needs to

really sort out the landlords here as

they need to be more accountable.”

Retiree Terry O’Keefe said he

hasn’t made up his mind yet who to

support, but he is hoping for someone

who is practically minded.

“I hope they are practical people

who are much better at working

than those who just talk about

theory all the time.”

Voting closes at noon, Friday, October

8. But electoral officer Jo Daly

is urging people to vote quickly.

The 2019 elections reflected a

response by only 42.13 per cent

or 6509 of the 15,447 eligible voters.

This was a 2.08 per cent increase

from the previous 2016 elections.

Kelly Barber

(Labour) –

The current

chairman of

the Coastal-

Burwood

Community

Board. His

vision is to see the community

bursting with new life. “I

will be continuing to build

strong relationships within the

community and with those who

make the decisions.”

Celeste

Donovan

(Independent

- Positive

Community

Action) –

The current

chairwoman

of the New Brighton Residents’

Association believes coastal

communities need a strong

local advocate who listens to

residents and gives 100 per

cent commitment to the job.

“My promise to you is to stay

engaged, to listen and work hard

for the strong communities,

healthy environment and better

future that we all deserve.”

David East

(Independent)

was the previous

councillor cites

his previous

six years’

experience on

the city council

and nine years community

board service essential for him

to continue advocating for all

people. His key election focus

includes addressing issues

that matter most to residents,

progression of New Brighton

Mall initiatives, and roads and

footpaths.

Katie Hays, a

property

manager,

believes the

most urgent

need is

regeneration of

the mall. “It’s

the core of our communitygeographically,

historically,

and culturally. I am running

because I feel passionate about

this undertaking and qualified to

achieve what is necessary.”

Andre Hopman

(Independent), a businessman in

New Brighton, believes people

can’t forget the basics that will

ensure Coastal

Christchurch

remains a great

place to live,

work and invest.

“We know what

needs doing here

and why it’s so

important. I’m standing as an

independent, because I believe

there is no room for party

politics in local government.”

Caleb Isaacs

(Independent),

a small

business owner,

musician and

New Brighton

resident who

believes it’s time

the ward had

fresh representation. “We don’t

need political parties meddling

in local politics, we need an

unfiltered voice and someone

who won’t be afraid to ask hard

questions and ruffle feathers.”

Nikora

Nitro would

like people to

vote for him

in this year’s

Coastal Ward

by-election

because “you

are amazing,

fabulous, fantastic, unique and

so am I.” “I believe that together

we can make transformational

differences and lead the way

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Knitters give babies a warm welcome

FOUR WOMEN from

Ferrymead Rotary have knitted

almost 100 garments for babies

born at the Christchurch

Women’s Hospital this year.

Pat Edward, Debbie Woolf,

Kathryn Tovgaard and Barbara

Crooks began the project about

four months ago, although the

Ferrymead Rotary group has

been providing knitted clothing

to the hospital for some time.

Kathryn has personally been

knitting for the hospital for five

years.

Barbara said they intensified

their efforts this year after

receiving a call for help from the

hospital.

All babies born at the hospital

are given a woollen hat at birth,

while woollen singlets, matinee

jackets and booties are available

for mothers to take home.

So far, the group has knitted

more than 60 woolly hats, with

Pat heading the count.

The hats produced are a variety

of different sizes and colours.

Barbara said Ferrymead

Rotary has funded some of the

wool, but all of the knitters’ time

is given voluntarily.

They estimate up to seven

hours goes into making each hat.

Most of the knitting has been

done individually, although the

four have got together from time

to time to share wool and

swap notes.

Acknowledging Rotary clubs

used to be men only, Kathryn

said: “People don’t necessarily

connect Rotarians with knitting

but anything is possible.”

She said being a part of

a Rotary club was a family

tradition.

“One thing I said a long time

ago was that I always wanted

to help out in the community

throughout my life,” she said.

“A group of people can do

so much more than just an

individual.”

CHAMPION KNITTERS:

Ferrymead Rotary’s Kathryn

Tovgaard, Debbie Woolf, Pat

Edward and Barbara Crooks

have knitted almost 100

garments for new babies,

while Pat tries on a hat for

size (above).

Ferrymead Rotary community

director Debbie Woolf said the

club is also working on making

singlets and booties for Plunket

and supplying the Methodist

Mission with bedding, jerseys,

hats, scarves, gloves and shoes.

The Mission gives these items,

donated or sourced by Rotary

members, to homeless people.

For more information about

Ferrymead Rotary and its

community projects, phone

secretary Kathryn Tovgaard

on 384 9485.

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Pride and protest showcased in annual

• From page 1

The entry ‘Control lost’ by

Hibiscus Coast Photographic

Club member Miriam Godfrey

was another gleaned from past

files.

“This image was shot at Piha

Beach a few years ago during a

surf lifesaving event,” she said.

The competition, in its 30th

year, is open to anyone living

in New Zealand and to any

photographer anywhere in the

world that is a member of the

Photographic Society of New

Zealand.

The club offered Pegasus Post

a sample of the high standard of

entries by amateur photographers

from all over New Zealand and

overseas.

Club president Guy Wright said

it was a good turnout, considering

how people have been living

during the lockdowns of recent

times.

“This year we had 66 very good

entries . . . by some of the top

amateur photographers keen to

showcase life in the country,” he

said.

Entrants competed for the top

awards in two categories: Ted

Walker Trophy (overall

champion) and Maree Turner

Trophy (Street Photography

and/or Social Commentary

section).

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photo competition

IN MOTION: ‘Control lost’

by Miriam Godfrey (top)

and ‘Protest’ by Bruce

Crossan (left).

Hibiscus Coast

Photographic Club

member Miriam Godfrey

had to go back in her

files for an entry to this

year’s competition. This

photo was shot at Piha

Beach a few years ago

during a surf lifesaving

event.

Top chefs to provide

fundraising dinner

PREPARE FOR your palettes to

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The culinary talents of three

award-winning Canterbury

chefs will entertain guests at the

Cancer Society Canterbury-West

Coast Division’s fundraising

dinner event Too Many Cooks

on October 9.

Appearing at the Majestic on

Durham event space, guests will

be treated to a delicious threecourse

meal, with the added

bonus of being able to watch the

chefs preparing it live on stage,

while the witty banter of MC

Michele A’Court keeps everyone

on their toes.

Division manger for fundraising,

communications and

relationships, Heather Locke

said they wanted to take the traditional

fundraising dinner and

add something special.

“We approached Jimmy McIntyre

(executive chef at Otahuna

Lodge), Darren Wright (former

head chef at Chillingworth

Road) and Andrew Brown (former

executive chef at the George

Hotel) and they were delighted

to be involved,” Locke said.

During the evening an auction

of rare and original items

including a one-of-a-kind sculpture

and a central city parking

space for a year will be on offer.

TALENTS: Otahuna Lodge

chef Jimmy McIntyre is

one of three award-winning

Canterbury chefs preparing

to entertain guests at the

Cancer Society Canterbury-

West Coast Division’s

fundraising dinner event. ​

“Each year, 500 New

Zealanders receive the

unwelcome news that they

have cancer. But while cancer

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lockdowns severely limited our

ability to fundraise during the

past 18 months.

“The loss of the annual

daffodil day appeal was a big

blow to our fundraising efforts

this year and for this reason,

we are really hoping that

Cantabrians will support this

event,” she said.

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4 large portobello mushrooms

8 grape tomatoes, halved

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¼ cup balsamic vinegar, place

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Directions

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Place Tomato halves inside the

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When mushrooms come out of

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Grilled mini peppers with

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Ingredients

2 x 2 tablespoons olive oil, place

two tablespoons of it in frypan

1 small onion, chopped

Pinch cayenne pepper

Salt (to taste)

Peppercorns

1 x 390gm can chickpeas,

rinsed and drained

¼ cup parsley, finely chopped

125gm mozzarella, grated

350gm mini peppers

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