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• By Chris Barclay

SARAH KERR accepts you

probably mean well, but if

you have the urge to help the

wheelchair-bound cerebral

palsy sufferer unprompted, then

please push off.

Don’t take it to heart but

the Sumner resident, who has

needed a wheelchair for mobility

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unsolicited assistance has had an

unfortunate side-effect.

“I’ve had several encounters

with people pushing my

wheelchair without asking me

if I wanted to be pushed, these

incidents have caused me to have

a panic attack,” she said.

“It’s got to the point where I’m

nervous to have people I don’t

know near me. I’m actually

scared.

“I know they mean well, but

going up and pushing somebody

in a wheelchair is akin

to coming up and carrying an

able-bodied person, just randomly

picking them up and carrying

them. You just wouldn’t do

that,” she said.

“The wheelchair is pretty

much an extension of me so

they’re pretty much coming

right into my personal space.”

Kerr admits needing assistance

boarding and exiting the

bus to and from work in Riccarton,

but otherwise she is content

travelling at her own speed.

However, members of the

public will often push her at

intersections and gentle rises.

“It happens all over town. My

natural reaction is to turn round

and yell because I’ve been given

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“There’s actually very little

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WITH THE flash and bang of

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their animals in the coming days.

Guy Fawkes this Friday is

traditionally the busiest night of

the year for Christchurch City

Council’s animal management

team as they deal with animals

that have run away from home

after being spooked by the loud

boom of fireworks being set off.

City council animal services

manager Lionel Bridger said: “It

can be a very stressful time for

animals – they can get quite panicked

and confused by the noise

from the fireworks.

“If you have pets, we recommend

that you keep them inside

or confined in a safe space at

night during the period in which

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any light flashes.

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Pros and cons of council’s proposal to sell

Diamond

Harbour

Community

Association

planning

committee

member Richard

Suggate writes about

the city council’s

proposal to sell 40

hectares of land

between Hunters Rd

and Morgans Gully

This is the third attempt in

two years by the city council

property section to dispose of

this large block of land. The

first was in May 2019, when

the council decided the land

should be retained for strategic

purposes. Then in April 2021, the

council property section inserted

the disposal in the draft Long-

Term Plan. An active campaign

in the community resulted in

140 submissions. The council

LTP submission analysis states

that three of the submissions

supported immediate disposal,

88 were opposed and 49 had

alternative solutions. The analysis

says that the land should be

sold but concludes that would

be “difficult and risky” and

recommended to council the

MERITS: Five options are on the table for the large block of land at Diamond Harbour,

with a public meeting scheduled for this Thursday, November 4.

current targeted consultation

process.

This article outlines the values

important for the community

and discusses the merits of the

options.

The Diamond Harbour Community

Association supports

some housing development on

the land as that has been its

ownership purpose for more than

a century; it is zoned residential

and there is demand for more

land as there are no new Church

Bay sections.The housing should

cater for a wide demographic

and age range, providing accommodation

for young people,

families, retired people, and

those who wish to downsize.

Sustainably designed homes

should be highly energy efficient,

and options should be available

for a spectrum of tiny homes,

townhouses and stand-alone

dwellings. Shared facilities, walking

and cycling routes should be

encouraged.

Selling the land in one large

block will be unlikely to achieve

these goals. Good housing and

subdivision design may not be

mandated by council beyond the

requirements of the district plan,

and it is unlikely there would

be community consultation

on subdivision proposals. The

increased vehicle use will require

adjacent streets (Hunters Rd, Bay

View Rd, Ngatea Rd and Whero

Ave) to be upgraded. Up to 250

sections developed over time

will have a big effect on the local

community and infrastructure.

If the land is to be sold, the

gullies (including their plantings

and tracks) and the school track

need to be protected first. An

easement is required for the

school track and Morgan and

Sams Gullies should be made

into Council reserves now. A

covenant on the ‘Unnamed’

Gully by the school, or its

retention as council freehold,

may be more suitable.

Property sections have been

created that do not reflect local

conditions. The sections at

the top of Whero Ave overlap

with the covenants and include

recently planted areas and private

encroachment. Submitters also

proposed a range of alternative

uses for the land (e.g. cemetery,

school expansion, horse riding,

dog walking, bike track,

community garden, parkland

and afforestation).

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NEWS 5

40-hectare parcel of land at Hunters Rd

Council has stated it has a net

expenditure of $15,000 every

year it holds onto the land. A

cost breakdown provided to the

DHCA shows their annual grazing

income to be $2886, their

maintenance costs $545 and they

charge themselves $16,484 rates.

This does not factor in its annual

capital gain derived from its

years of land banking, which will

be substantial. In other words, it

does not cost council to hold on

to the land in real terms.

If council is determined to sell

the land, then it should sell it in

stages. A staged sale will enable a

range of land-use proposals to be

considered at each stage, so that

different uses or types of housing

or other development happen on

each ridge. In addition, rather

than going directly to tender,

council should ask for RFP (Request

for Proposals) which then

can be assessed against council

design criteria developed with

community input.

These are the five options proposed

by the council.

Option One: Complete gully

and track covenant and sell. To

dispose of the land as one sale

is simplest for council and gives

them immediate revenue. However,

it creates the greatest risk

and uncertainty for the community

even if the gullies are

reserved and the walking track

is protected. Given that housing

growth will be slow, there may

be decades of gradual development

controlled and designed by

one private company.

Option Two: To retain as

a park. The gullies provide

recreation and Diamond

Harbour is currently well served

by council green spaces. The

provision of more housing and

other uses, including residential

open space, seems a higher

priority.

Option Three: Council

develops the land. A council

commercial relationship

with property developers

in consultation with the

community could see housing

and other uses that meet

multiple needs in a sustainable

manner. The financial risk can

be minimised by contractual

partnerships with the private

sector. This is a positive option

if development is progressed in

stages using an RFP approach.

Option Four: Transfer

ownership to the community.

This brings the decisionmaking

back to the community.

However, establishing a landowning

entity (e.g. a community

land trust, community housing

organisation, etc.) to manage

future development, may present

a challenge. Raising the funds

or loans to buy the land from

the council would be difficult

unless there is a staged buy-out

of the land from the council. The

participation interest level in the

community could be tested as

part of the ongoing consultation

should the community prefer

this option or option three.

Option Five: Status quo. As

there is no real annual expense

to council holding the property

the status quo is a satisfactory

fall-back option if options three

or four do not proceed, and it is

more desirable than option one.

The community association

has organised a public meeting

where the options will

be outlined and council staff

members will attend to answer

questions. It will be held in the

Diamond Harbour Community

GREEN

SPACE:

A park is one

of the options

proposed for

the 40-hectare

block

between

Hunters Rd

and Morgans

Gully.

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A council explanatory

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NEWS 7

Disruption will be kept to a minimum Parihaka

remembrance

•From page 1

Said Christchurch Coastal

Pathway Group chairperson

Hanno Sander: “We’ve worked

hard with the local community

and Christchurch City Council

to make this happen, and are

proud to see our vision becoming

reality.”

New drinking water,

wastewater and stormwater

pipes and power cables will be

laid in Main Rd in advance of

the construction of the 4m wide

path.

The path construction will

be followed by the final road

resurfacing and streetscape improvements.

New pedestrian crossing islands

will be installed to improve

safety for residents and Coastal

Pathway users.

Said Ms Ellis: “We’re making

every effort to minimise disruption

for residents, and road

and path users while the work is

carried out.

“The initial work will focus

around the area between Wakatu

Ave and the Christchurch Yacht

Club. We’ll be able to maintain

two-way vehicle access and a

pedestrian and cycle path while

we do this work.

“After the busy summer

season next year we’ll start the

disruptive work around Moncks

Bay. We expect night closures

and Main Rd will be down to

one lane at various stages during

construction, meaning there will

be stop/go or traffic lights in

place.

“We’ll maintain separate

pedestrian and cycle

access through the project

although cyclists may need

to walk their bikes through

at times.”

event cancelled

THIS YEAR’S Parihaka

remembrance services have

been cancelled again due to the

uncertainty over Covid in the

community.

The annual services usually

takes place on November 5 on the

site of the old Lyttelton Gaol and

Rāpaki Marae to commemorate

the events that took place at Parihaka

in 1881 when Government

troops attacked the Taranaki

village.

A spokesperson for Rāpaki Marae

said that although the services

were cancelled this year, people

should still take the time to reflect

on the events that took place.

“We encourage everyone to

learn about the history of Parihaka.

It is only through learning our

history that we can understand

where we are today and what we

need to do for the future.”

The Parihaka settlement had

become a haven for thousands of

displaced Māori and came to symbolise

peaceful resistance to Crown

confiscations of Māori land.

The prisoners were shipped into

exile into several South Island

prisons, including Lyttelton,

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NEWS 11

IN PLACE: A plaque

to commemorate the

settlement of Huntsbury will

be unveiled this Saturday.

Anniversary

of Huntsbury

celebrated

REINFORCED: Two huge retaining walls have been built (left) to protect the players from potential rock fall, with the

resurfacing due to be completed by the end of November.

New surface for tennis courts

• By Andy Brew

THE HOME of pioneering

tennis tournament Lytteltondon

is being resurfaced ahead of the

2021 summer season.

Nestled in the hills high

above the harbour, the Lyttelton

Tennis Club’s courts were

badly damaged in the 2011

earthquakes, with huge cracks

opening on the playing surfaces

making for unpredictable – if not

interesting – games.

Ten years on, and the cracks

are finally being smoothed over

thanks to the stewardship of

Jillian Frater and her team.

As with all building projects in

Lyttelton, the steep, winding hills

made for some tricky logistics

and maneouvering skills from

the contractors as they moved

a crane and diggers up to the

site.

As well as relaying the playing

surfaces, two huge new retaining

walls have been put in place and

a number of obstructing trees

have been felled.

The restoration project began

back in 2013, but Frater said

progress has regularly delayed

due to outside factors such as

Covid and council funding, but

the end is finally in sight.

“We’re going through the final

stages now, which is great. The

courts should be finished by the

end of November in time for the

summer,” she said.

The work is being carried

out by HEB Construction with

funding from the city council.

NARROW: Lyttelton’s long, steep and winding roads made

some aspects of the refit a little tricky.

• By John Cosgrove

A YEAR after the Huntsbury

centenary celebrations were

held, the event organisers will be

conducting a plaque unveiling

this weekend to commemorate

the anniversary of the settlement

of Huntsbury.

Organising committee member

David Brayton said he had found

a suitable rock after wandering

around the hills

for about six

months looking

for one.

“It took about

six people to

move it into

place outside

David

Brayton

the Huntsbury

community

centre and then

we had a plaque

designed and made,” he said.

Brayton said the committee

has asked Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board chairwoman

Karolin Potter to unveil the

plaque during a neighbourhood

gathering at the Huntsbury

community centre this Saturday

night at 7.30pm.

He said the idea for the plaque

came to him after the city council

had allowed him access to a large

stack of historical data on the

suburb.

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and support businesses in your community

Local law firm welcomes

new senior lawyer

The Ferrymead office of long-established

law firm Saunders & Co offers the full

spectrum of legal services for residents in

the Bay Harbour News area. Comprising

partner Nicola Coombes, associate

Charlotte Grimshaw and lawyer Buvi

Naash, along with support staff, earlier this

year the team welcomed a new member,

senior lawyer Linda de Paor.

Originally from Ireland, where she grew

up in a seaside suburb of Dublin, Linda

says she always wanted to be a lawyer, but

also loved English literature and French.

Accordingly, she initially completed an

arts degree in English and French at

University College Dublin, which included

a year at a university in Brussels. This

was followed by an intense post-graduate

law course and further study at the Law

Society of Ireland, with mandatory inoffice

training.

“The professions of solicitor and

barrister are separate in Ireland; those

wanting to be a solicitor study at the Law

Society of Ireland and those wanting to

become a barrister study at King’s Inn,”

Linda explains.

Senior lawyer, Linda de Paor

After she qualified in 2003, Linda’s

career path included working in general

practice, in-house legal work at a financial

institution and four years at one of

Ireland’s largest local authorities practising

property and commercial law.

During this time, Linda married and a

few years later, with a second child on the

way, the family had the opportunity to

take time out for some international travel.

“My husband was then offered a job in

New Zealand, with a two-and-a-half-year

work to residency visa. That was just after

the earthquakes. We were only going to

stay for the two and a half years, but we fell

in love with New Zealand and the lifestyle

here, and here we still are.”

Within the first year, the family moved

to Cass Bay.

“Even though things were difficult to

adjust to in the post-quake landscape, we

have never looked back. Cass Bay is a truly

beautiful place and being beside the sea

is in keeping with the experience of my

husband and I growing up. Though we still

love Ireland, and miss it, our two boys,

now 13 and nine, are true Kiwi kids. Our

youngest was born here. They love surfing

and skiing – they’re very ‘outdoorsy’.”

Linda says there are other families in

similar situations living in Cass Bay, and

because of that it is a very close-knit

community.

“We are lucky to have good friends and

we support each other, so this makes us

especially happy to live here.”

To practise law in New Zealand, Linda

was required to sit some additional exams,

and once she completed those, she joined

a city law firm.

“I thoroughly enjoyed working there,

but when the opportunity came up at

Saunders & Co in Ferrymead, I was

delighted to take it. I wanted to be closer

to home and be more connected to my

locale, so it was the perfect fit for me.”

Linda specialises in conveyancing for

both residential and commercial clients

as well as general commercial and private

client legal work including drawing up

wills and power of attorney documents.

She is also keen to extend her practice into

relationship property law.

“I really enjoy my work and, in

particular, I love the client interaction –

getting to know clients and developing a

rapport with them. As lawyers, we are in

a position of trust, and I take that very

seriously.

“Our office environment is very

harmonious, supportive and collaborative,

and we socialise together as well. We are a

very happy team both inside and outside

of work.”

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Treasures from the past: The

uttermost ends of the earth

NEWS 15

TE ŪAKA The Lyttelton

Museum’s online collection

contains many images of the

departure from and return

to Ōhinehou/Lyttelton of

troopships to the South African

war of 1899–1902, and both

World War I and World War II.

Many of the troopships for

World War I departed from

Wellington as it was close to

the primary training camps

at Featherston and Trentham.

Nevertheless, Lyttelton saw its

fair share of farewells for Kiwi

soldiers and their families,

especially those from the

Canterbury contingents. The

first of these were the departures

of the Tahiti and Athenic in

September 1914.

Troopships were often

requisitioned from commercial

shipping lines and duly refitted

and repainted a uniform

admiralty grey. With the men

also clad in their sombre khaki

uniforms, the ships were literally

‘packed to the gunwales’ with

both men and supplies.

In the patriotic climate of

World War I, these departures

must have held a complex

mixture of emotions for

ordinary people – pride in their

DEPARTURE: The troopships Tahiti and Athenic in Lyttelton

Port, 23 August 1914 embarking the main body troops

from Canterbury for World War I.

Te Ūaka The Lyttelton Museum ref 14986.165 ​

husbands, sons, fathers, brothers,

uncles and friends, mixed with

trepidation for what their futures

held and hope for their safe

return.

Some departure activities seem

strange in hindsight; however,

in the context of the times,

when tobacco was issued with

rations and was believed to have

medicinal and morale-boosting

effects, the following does not

seem so strange: ‘To farewell

the Canterbury contingent,

Christchurch held a “monster

smoking concert” at the King

Edward Barracks on the evening

of September 5.’

(https://www.stuff.co.nz/

national/last-post-firstlight/67831015/the-last-goodbyefarewelling-the-troops)

ARRIVAL: Lyttelton women meeting returning a troopship

in 1945.

Te Ūaka The Lyttelton Museum ref 8571.1

Around the start of World

War II in 1940, Lyttelton

again witnessed the departure

of troopships to battlefields

overseas, including the

Dunera, Sobieski, Andes and

Orcades, although later most

New Zealand Expeditionary

Force ships left from

Wellington.

The port also received many

returning hospital ships, notably

the Maunganui, which visited

Lyttelton on nine occasions over

the war years. Crowds of people

lined the wharfs to welcome

these vessels with their precious

cargo of wounded men.

These grainy images serve

as poignant reminders of the

trials and sacrifices of the war

generations.

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Craft Group

Monday, 10am-12pm

Enjoy knitting, crocheting

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Monday. The cost is $3

per session with morning

tea and great company

provided.

Heathcote Community

Centre

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TimeBank Drop-in Session

Tuesday, 10am-12pm

The Lyttelton Harbour

TimeBank exists to help

build a stronger, more connected

harbour community.

Go in for a chat – get help

with joining or managing

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Lyttelton Library

Heathcote Community

Morning Tea

Wednesday, 10am-12pm

Everyone is invited to

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fresh baking and to get to

know some of the locals.

Every Wednesday.

Heathcote Community

Centre

The Heathcote Valley

Wool Craft Group

Thursday, 9.15-11.45am

This group of enthusiasts

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57 Dryden St, Sumner.

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Anyone is welcome. Email

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St Mary’s Village Hall,

Martindales Rd, Heathcote

2021 Banks Peninsula

Walking Festival

Every Saturday and Sunday

throughout November

The great variety of walks

offers something for people

of all ages, abilities and interests.

Whether it be history

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geology there is something

for everyone with a guarantee

of beautiful views and

scenery along the way. Visit

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details

Locations vary

Lyttelton Farmers’

Market

Saturday, 10am-1 pm

Support our local growers

and producers who sell

their fresh fruit and vegetables,

free range eggs, bread,

meat, fish, cheese, herbs

and plants at the market

every week. We encourage

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enjoy a local coffee and

enjoy the eclectic mix that

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FOOD 17

Shred chicken to make tasty dishes

Shredded chicken

is a good base

for family meals.

By adding other

ingredients you can

make a little go a

long way

50gm sultanas

2 tablespoons white vinegar

½ teaspoon salt (optional)

Directions

Saute onion, add shredded

chicken, then rest of ingredients.

Simmer for 10min, then serve.

Chicken pie

Serves 4 to 6

Ingredients

In advance:

1 large chicken, boil with

1 large onion (sliced)

2 large carrots (diced)

2–3 sticks celerly (sliced)

•Keep stock to use in sauce

On the day:

Break chicken up, peeling skin

off as you go, and place pieces in

casserole dish, then place Onion,

Carrots and celery over top and

make sauce, as follows:

Sauce:

27gm butter, place in large

saucepan

2 tablespoons flour

½ rounded teaspoon green herb

stock

Pepper

1 cup blue milk

1½ cups chicken stock

Directions

Melt butter, add flour, herb

stock and pepper and cook for

1min.

Slowly add milk, then

the chicken stock, beat with

egg beater to eliminate any

lumps.

Stir over medium heat until

fully thickened (does not go terribly

thick).

Pour Sauce over chicken/onion/

carrots/celery, then make topping,

as follows:

Topping:

1 cup breadcrumbs, place in

bowl with:

1 large onion (chopped)

1 rounded teaspoon mixed

herbs

27gm butter (melted)

3 rashers bacon (cut into small

squares)

Mix topping ingredients together

thoroughly and sprinkle over

top of pie. Bake, uncovered, at

180deg C for 1hr. Grill to brown.

Chicken and apricots

Serves 4 to 6

•Prepare in advance if boiling

own chicken

Ingredients

WHOLESOME:

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easy to make

and is a onedish

meal for

the whole

family.

One cooked chicken, keep stock.

28gm butter, place in frypan and

melt, then add:

1 large onion, chopped

2 level tablespoons cornflour,

mixed into:

1 cup chicken stock

1 x 425gm can apricot halves in

syrup

Chicken and corn

savouries

Serves 6

12 slices white sandwich bread,

crusts removed

200gm shredded chicken

330gm can creamed corn

2tbsp mayonnaise

1 spring onion (sliced)

2 eggs, beaten with:

½ cup milk

2 tablespoons parsley (chopped)

Press bread into holes of muffins

pans which have been well

greased.

Divide the shredded chicken

and sweetcorn mixture evenly

into the bread linings, scatter

spring onion over top.

Pour egg mixture evenly into

the bread cases.

Bake at 180 deg C for 10-15min

until egg is set and bread cases

are golden. Can be eaten warm

or cold.

PUBLIC CONSULTATION proposed changes to speed limits

SH73/75 Christchurch to Akaroa and SH74 Lyttelton

In the last decade there were 739 crashes on the road between Christchurch and Akaroa*.

Nine people were killed and 72 people suffered serious injuries, leaving families and

communities grieving.

Setting safer speeds on this high-risk corridor is essential if we are to turn the tide of deaths

and serious injury. Because even the best drivers, on familiar roads, make mistakes - but these

mistakes don’t need to cost lives.

Consultation is now underway on proposed new safer speeds between Christchurch and

Akaroa, some local side roads and in Lyttelton.

Have your

say by

3 December

2021

Head to www.nzta.govt.nz/chchtoakaroa to give feedback

or email us at chchtoakaroaspeeds@nzta.govt.nz

Formal consultation on new speed limit proposals is required under the Land Transport Rule: Setting of Speed Limits

(2017). *Between 2011-2020, data from CAS.


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1. Mimi, a heartless nag, is playing

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4. An afterthought to charity, as booked

in the Old Testament (6)

9. Mean to put name to it, if starting

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10. Fatuous way cousin, a ne’er-do-well,

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11. Great story of early practice

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12. Part of fastener has first bit of polish

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13. Small child will get something out of

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15. Yellow youth-leader gets 21 to lose

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22. Courses are used in making up a line

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24. Out of bed, get solid that may

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25. Incomplete score may have tune for

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26. Is off in one’s bed, usually (6)

27. Information to test the patience of

one class of people (6)

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TURBOCHARGING sixcylinder

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motor vehicles.

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notables – Nissan GTR, Toyota

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XR6 and Typhoon, Kia Stinger

and, of course, many Porsche

models.

In recent years Mercedes-

Benz entered into a massive

engineering programme,

the result is the addition of a

turbocharger to a brand new

engine line-up, inline six-cylinder

units. I see this as significant

because that configuration has,

for the long-term, always been

the dominant layout of Mercedes-

Benz’s engineering practice.

Of course, for a period of

around 10 years Mercedes-Benz

shied away from that concept,

replacing its inline-six with a

V6; well, the V6 is still available

in some models, but today there

is an ever-increasing number of

inline engines flowing through

the brand.

My latest drive with the new

layout was in the limousine-like

S-Class, the 450 4Matic to be

exact, a full-size sedan that reeks

of luxury and performance. More

so the former, because everything

that goes into the model goes

into it with an emphasis on

refinement and sophistication.

Some might argue the S-Class

is for those who like to be

chauffeur driven, but it’s also a

driver’s car and it has the features

that press-on drivers can relate to,

it is very involving from behind

the wheel.

Those who do get to drive the

S450 on a daily basis will discover

the driver assistance system that

almost pre-empts where and

how you travel and alters some

of the controls accordingly. It’s

not invasive, but they are there

to smooth the process according

to the road ahead. Certainly,

the software is edging towards

autonomous driving.

The S450 is priced at $215,000

($235,900 long-wheelbase), so it’s

not a purchase you would rush

into, but it is a desirable product

and is built with all the kit and

quality you’d expect from this

famous European manufacturer.

The evaluation car was also

carrying quite a few extra cost

features which took the budget to

$257,340.

Under the bonnet sits the

big six-potter. It is a 3-litre unit

and is rated by Mercedes-Benz

with 270kW. There’s also a beefy

500Nm to play around with, and

combined they provide a sizeable

amount of grunt. The power

outputs are realised at 5500rpm

and 1800rpm respectively,that

is characteristic of turbocharged

engines, the torque flow comes in

from low down and it is a strong

boost, failing to wilt until the

redline (6300rpm) is reached.

A lot of that constant flow of

delivery is thanks to the fitment

of a nine-speed automatic

transmission. While that seems

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like a lot of gears, and I guess it is,

the benefit is seamless transition,

the gearshifts are impossible to

detect, and with a steady flow of

ratios the engine is constantly

working in an area where the

torque structure is delivered at its

best.

As I’ve mentioned, the S450 is

big at almost 5.2m that you would

normally translate to heavy, but

that is far from the case, the

S450 has a large percentage of

aluminium components and

panels, so at 1915kg there isn’t a

lot of bulk to shift.

Add in the strength of the

engine and a vivid standstill

to 100km/h acceleration time

of 5.1sec is achievable. It will

also blast through a highway

overtake in 3.9sec, responding

to accelerator pressure with a

lusty, vibrant reaction. Not only

is the big six a delight when given

some freedom, it is supremely

quiet, you really have to listen

for engine sound, even when it is

nearing the redline.

The engine works freely,

consequently I was pleasantly

surprised to note the fuel usage

gauge was reading 9.2-litres per

100km average when I returned

the S450 to the dealership

which is against Mercedes-

Benz’s combined cycle claim

of 8.2l/100km. For the record,

when travelling at 100km/h

the engine is spinning over

at just1300rpm returning an

amazing instantaneous figure of

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• Dimensions – Length,

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• Configuration – Sixcylinder,

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• Performance – 0-100km/h,

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• Fuel usage – 8.2l/100km

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On my usual highway loop

the big S450 simply cruised with

comfortable dignity, it is quiet

and refined, there’s barely a sound

to be heard and the in-cabin area

is kind to all occupants.

A lot of that has to do with the

quality of the air suspension. If

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with air then you are missing out

on a treat. The S450 glides over

bumps and ruts and delivers a

purposeful handling experience.

Riding on huge 20in Bridgestone

tyres steerage is precise and continuously

accurate, responding

to minute changes in direction

willingly.

The S450 comes with an

impressive array of gear for

comfort and convenience, and

the layout is typically Mercedes-

Benz with a big emphasis on

digital readouts. The screen in

the centre console is almost as

big as the Kiddie-family’s lounge

TV. The functions are deep but

relatively intuitive.

My daughter particularly

liked exploring the energising

package fitted as an option

to the evaluation car. Its seat

heating and massage system was

described as heavenly. She also

liked the way you could inject

different smells into the car, such

as the seaside odour you get at

the beach.

The S450 is a clever piece of kit,

it’s also described by Mercedes-

Benz as being a mild hybrid.

Don’t be confused with that, the

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it is a 48v power system which

drives many of the ancillaries

and takes the load off the engine,

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If you have ever driven a

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