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Wednesday <strong>November</strong> 3 <strong>2021</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

• By Chris Barclay<br />

SARAH KERR accepts you<br />

probably mean well, but if<br />

you have the urge to help the<br />

wheelchair-bound cerebral<br />

palsy sufferer unprompted, then<br />

please push off.<br />

Don’t take it to heart but<br />

the Sumner resident, who has<br />

needed a wheelchair for mobility<br />

purposes for three years, says the<br />

unsolicited assistance has had an<br />

unfortunate side-effect.<br />

“I’ve had several encounters<br />

with people pushing my<br />

wheelchair without asking me<br />

if I wanted to be pushed, these<br />

incidents have caused me to have<br />

a panic attack,” she said.<br />

“It’s got to the point where I’m<br />

nervous to have people I don’t<br />

know near me. I’m actually<br />

scared.<br />

“I know they mean well, but<br />

going up and pushing somebody<br />

in a wheelchair is akin<br />

to coming up and carrying an<br />

able-bodied person, just randomly<br />

picking them up and carrying<br />

them. You just wouldn’t do<br />

that,” she said.<br />

“The wheelchair is pretty<br />

much an extension of me so<br />

they’re pretty much coming<br />

right into my personal space.”<br />

Kerr admits needing assistance<br />

boarding and exiting the<br />

bus to and from work in Riccarton,<br />

but otherwise she is content<br />

travelling at her own speed.<br />

However, members of the<br />

public will often push her at<br />

intersections and gentle rises.<br />

“It happens all over town. My<br />

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“There’s actually very little<br />

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‘It’s got to the<br />

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Pet owners<br />

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be cautious<br />

WITH THE flash and bang of<br />

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around the corner, pet owners are<br />

being urged to take extra care of<br />

their animals in the coming days.<br />

Guy Fawkes this Friday is<br />

traditionally the busiest night of<br />

the year for Christchurch City<br />

Council’s animal management<br />

team as they deal with animals<br />

that have run away from home<br />

after being spooked by the loud<br />

boom of fireworks being set off.<br />

City council animal services<br />

manager Lionel Bridger said: “It<br />

can be a very stressful time for<br />

animals – they can get quite panicked<br />

and confused by the noise<br />

from the fireworks.<br />

“If you have pets, we recommend<br />

that you keep them inside<br />

or confined in a safe space at<br />

night during the period in which<br />

fireworks are available, which is<br />

from 2 to 5 <strong>November</strong>.”<br />

Bridger said to keep windows<br />

and doors closed to lessen the<br />

noise, and close curtains to minimise<br />

any light flashes.<br />

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our contact centre on 941-8999 or<br />

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us know.’’<br />

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Pros and cons of council’s proposal to sell<br />

Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong><br />

Community<br />

Association<br />

planning<br />

committee<br />

member Richard<br />

Suggate writes about<br />

the city council’s<br />

proposal to sell 40<br />

hectares of land<br />

between Hunters Rd<br />

and Morgans Gully<br />

This is the third attempt in<br />

two years by the city council<br />

property section to dispose of<br />

this large block of land. The<br />

first was in May 2019, when<br />

the council decided the land<br />

should be retained for strategic<br />

purposes. Then in April <strong>2021</strong>, the<br />

council property section inserted<br />

the disposal in the draft Long-<br />

Term Plan. An active campaign<br />

in the community resulted in<br />

140 submissions. The council<br />

LTP submission analysis states<br />

that three of the submissions<br />

supported immediate disposal,<br />

88 were opposed and 49 had<br />

alternative solutions. The analysis<br />

says that the land should be<br />

sold but concludes that would<br />

be “difficult and risky” and<br />

recommended to council the<br />

MERITS: Five options are on the table for the large block of land at Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong>,<br />

with a public meeting scheduled for this Thursday, <strong>November</strong> 4.<br />

current targeted consultation<br />

process.<br />

This article outlines the values<br />

important for the community<br />

and discusses the merits of the<br />

options.<br />

The Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> Community<br />

Association supports<br />

some housing development on<br />

the land as that has been its<br />

ownership purpose for more than<br />

a century; it is zoned residential<br />

and there is demand for more<br />

land as there are no new Church<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> sections.The housing should<br />

cater for a wide demographic<br />

and age range, providing accommodation<br />

for young people,<br />

families, retired people, and<br />

those who wish to downsize.<br />

Sustainably designed homes<br />

should be highly energy efficient,<br />

and options should be available<br />

for a spectrum of tiny homes,<br />

townhouses and stand-alone<br />

dwellings. Shared facilities, walking<br />

and cycling routes should be<br />

encouraged.<br />

Selling the land in one large<br />

block will be unlikely to achieve<br />

these goals. Good housing and<br />

subdivision design may not be<br />

mandated by council beyond the<br />

requirements of the district plan,<br />

and it is unlikely there would<br />

be community consultation<br />

on subdivision proposals. The<br />

increased vehicle use will require<br />

adjacent streets (Hunters Rd, <strong>Bay</strong><br />

View Rd, Ngatea Rd and Whero<br />

Ave) to be upgraded. Up to 250<br />

sections developed over time<br />

will have a big effect on the local<br />

community and infrastructure.<br />

If the land is to be sold, the<br />

gullies (including their plantings<br />

and tracks) and the school track<br />

need to be protected first. An<br />

easement is required for the<br />

school track and Morgan and<br />

Sams Gullies should be made<br />

into Council reserves now. A<br />

covenant on the ‘Unnamed’<br />

Gully by the school, or its<br />

retention as council freehold,<br />

may be more suitable.<br />

Property sections have been<br />

created that do not reflect local<br />

conditions. The sections at<br />

the top of Whero Ave overlap<br />

with the covenants and include<br />

recently planted areas and private<br />

encroachment. Submitters also<br />

proposed a range of alternative<br />

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dog walking, bike track,<br />

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Wednesday <strong>November</strong> 3 <strong>2021</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

NEWS 5<br />

40-hectare parcel of land at Hunters Rd<br />

Council has stated it has a net<br />

expenditure of $15,000 every<br />

year it holds onto the land. A<br />

cost breakdown provided to the<br />

DHCA shows their annual grazing<br />

income to be $2886, their<br />

maintenance costs $545 and they<br />

charge themselves $16,484 rates.<br />

This does not factor in its annual<br />

capital gain derived from its<br />

years of land banking, which will<br />

be substantial. In other words, it<br />

does not cost council to hold on<br />

to the land in real terms.<br />

If council is determined to sell<br />

the land, then it should sell it in<br />

stages. A staged sale will enable a<br />

range of land-use proposals to be<br />

considered at each stage, so that<br />

different uses or types of housing<br />

or other development happen on<br />

each ridge. In addition, rather<br />

than going directly to tender,<br />

council should ask for RFP (Request<br />

for Proposals) which then<br />

can be assessed against council<br />

design criteria developed with<br />

community input.<br />

These are the five options proposed<br />

by the council.<br />

Option One: Complete gully<br />

and track covenant and sell. To<br />

dispose of the land as one sale<br />

is simplest for council and gives<br />

them immediate revenue. However,<br />

it creates the greatest risk<br />

and uncertainty for the community<br />

even if the gullies are<br />

reserved and the walking track<br />

is protected. Given that housing<br />

growth will be slow, there may<br />

be decades of gradual development<br />

controlled and designed by<br />

one private company.<br />

Option Two: To retain as<br />

a park. The gullies provide<br />

recreation and Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> is currently well served<br />

by council green spaces. The<br />

provision of more housing and<br />

other uses, including residential<br />

open space, seems a higher<br />

priority.<br />

Option Three: Council<br />

develops the land. A council<br />

commercial relationship<br />

with property developers<br />

in consultation with the<br />

community could see housing<br />

and other uses that meet<br />

multiple needs in a sustainable<br />

manner. The financial risk can<br />

be minimised by contractual<br />

partnerships with the private<br />

sector. This is a positive option<br />

if development is progressed in<br />

stages using an RFP approach.<br />

Option Four: Transfer<br />

ownership to the community.<br />

This brings the decisionmaking<br />

back to the community.<br />

However, establishing a landowning<br />

entity (e.g. a community<br />

land trust, community housing<br />

organisation, etc.) to manage<br />

future development, may present<br />

a challenge. Raising the funds<br />

or loans to buy the land from<br />

the council would be difficult<br />

unless there is a staged buy-out<br />

of the land from the council. The<br />

participation interest level in the<br />

community could be tested as<br />

part of the ongoing consultation<br />

should the community prefer<br />

this option or option three.<br />

Option Five: Status quo. As<br />

there is no real annual expense<br />

to council holding the property<br />

the status quo is a satisfactory<br />

fall-back option if options three<br />

or four do not proceed, and it is<br />

more desirable than option one.<br />

The community association<br />

has organised a public meeting<br />

where the options will<br />

be outlined and council staff<br />

members will attend to answer<br />

questions. It will be held in the<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> Community<br />

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of the options<br />

proposed for<br />

the 40-hectare<br />

block<br />

between<br />

Hunters Rd<br />

and Morgans<br />

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NEWS 7<br />

Disruption will be kept to a minimum Parihaka<br />

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•From page 1<br />

Said Christchurch Coastal<br />

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Hanno Sander: “We’ve worked<br />

hard with the local community<br />

and Christchurch City Council<br />

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proud to see our vision becoming<br />

reality.”<br />

New drinking water,<br />

wastewater and stormwater<br />

pipes and power cables will be<br />

laid in Main Rd in advance of<br />

the construction of the 4m wide<br />

path.<br />

The path construction will<br />

be followed by the final road<br />

resurfacing and streetscape improvements.<br />

New pedestrian crossing islands<br />

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safety for residents and Coastal<br />

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every effort to minimise disruption<br />

for residents, and road<br />

and path users while the work is<br />

carried out.<br />

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around the area between Wakatu<br />

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two-way vehicle access and a<br />

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we do this work.<br />

“After the busy summer<br />

season next year we’ll start the<br />

disruptive work around Moncks<br />

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and Main Rd will be down to<br />

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be stop/go or traffic lights in<br />

place.<br />

“We’ll maintain separate<br />

pedestrian and cycle<br />

access through the project<br />

although cyclists may need<br />

to walk their bikes through<br />

at times.”<br />

event cancelled<br />

THIS YEAR’S Parihaka<br />

remembrance services have<br />

been cancelled again due to the<br />

uncertainty over Covid in the<br />

community.<br />

The annual services usually<br />

takes place on <strong>November</strong> 5 on the<br />

site of the old Lyttelton Gaol and<br />

Rāpaki Marae to commemorate<br />

the events that took place at Parihaka<br />

in 1881 when Government<br />

troops attacked the Taranaki<br />

village.<br />

A spokesperson for Rāpaki Marae<br />

said that although the services<br />

were cancelled this year, people<br />

should still take the time to reflect<br />

on the events that took place.<br />

“We encourage everyone to<br />

learn about the history of Parihaka.<br />

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history that we can understand<br />

where we are today and what we<br />

need to do for the future.”<br />

The Parihaka settlement had<br />

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displaced Māori and came to symbolise<br />

peaceful resistance to Crown<br />

confiscations of Māori land.<br />

The prisoners were shipped into<br />

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prisons, including Lyttelton,<br />

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NEWS 11<br />

IN PLACE: A plaque<br />

to commemorate the<br />

settlement of Huntsbury will<br />

be unveiled this Saturday.<br />

Anniversary<br />

of Huntsbury<br />

celebrated<br />

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

resurfacing due to be completed by the end of <strong>November</strong>.<br />

New surface for tennis courts<br />

• By Andy Brew<br />

THE HOME of pioneering<br />

tennis tournament Lytteltondon<br />

is being resurfaced ahead of the<br />

<strong>2021</strong> summer season.<br />

Nestled in the hills high<br />

above the harbour, the Lyttelton<br />

Tennis Club’s courts were<br />

badly damaged in the 2011<br />

earthquakes, with huge cracks<br />

opening on the playing surfaces<br />

making for unpredictable – if not<br />

interesting – games.<br />

Ten years on, and the cracks<br />

are finally being smoothed over<br />

thanks to the stewardship of<br />

Jillian Frater and her team.<br />

As with all building projects in<br />

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made for some tricky logistics<br />

and maneouvering skills from<br />

the contractors as they moved<br />

a crane and diggers up to the<br />

site.<br />

As well as relaying the playing<br />

surfaces, two huge new retaining<br />

walls have been put in place and<br />

a number of obstructing trees<br />

have been felled.<br />

The restoration project began<br />

back in 2013, but Frater said<br />

progress has regularly delayed<br />

due to outside factors such as<br />

Covid and council funding, but<br />

the end is finally in sight.<br />

“We’re going through the final<br />

stages now, which is great. The<br />

courts should be finished by the<br />

end of <strong>November</strong> in time for the<br />

summer,” she said.<br />

The work is being carried<br />

out by HEB Construction with<br />

funding from the city council.<br />

NARROW: Lyttelton’s long, steep and winding roads made<br />

some aspects of the refit a little tricky.<br />

• By John Cosgrove<br />

A YEAR after the Huntsbury<br />

centenary celebrations were<br />

held, the event organisers will be<br />

conducting a plaque unveiling<br />

this weekend to commemorate<br />

the anniversary of the settlement<br />

of Huntsbury.<br />

Organising committee member<br />

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Community Board chairwoman<br />

Karolin Potter to unveil the<br />

plaque during a neighbourhood<br />

gathering at the Huntsbury<br />

community centre this Saturday<br />

night at 7.30pm.<br />

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and support businesses in your community<br />

Local law firm welcomes<br />

new senior lawyer<br />

The Ferrymead office of long-established<br />

law firm Saunders & Co offers the full<br />

spectrum of legal services for residents in<br />

the <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News area. Comprising<br />

partner Nicola Coombes, associate<br />

Charlotte Grimshaw and lawyer Buvi<br />

Naash, along with support staff, earlier this<br />

year the team welcomed a new member,<br />

senior lawyer Linda de Paor.<br />

Originally from Ireland, where she grew<br />

up in a seaside suburb of Dublin, Linda<br />

says she always wanted to be a lawyer, but<br />

also loved English literature and French.<br />

Accordingly, she initially completed an<br />

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After she qualified in 20<strong>03</strong>, Linda’s<br />

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During this time, Linda married and a<br />

few years later, with a second child on the<br />

way, the family had the opportunity to<br />

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here, and here we still are.”<br />

Within the first year, the family moved<br />

to Cass <strong>Bay</strong>.<br />

“Even though things were difficult to<br />

adjust to in the post-quake landscape, we<br />

have never looked back. Cass <strong>Bay</strong> is a truly<br />

beautiful place and being beside the sea<br />

is in keeping with the experience of my<br />

husband and I growing up. Though we still<br />

love Ireland, and miss it, our two boys,<br />

now 13 and nine, are true Kiwi kids. Our<br />

youngest was born here. They love surfing<br />

and skiing – they’re very ‘outdoorsy’.”<br />

Linda says there are other families in<br />

similar situations living in Cass <strong>Bay</strong>, and<br />

because of that it is a very close-knit<br />

community.<br />

“We are lucky to have good friends and<br />

we support each other, so this makes us<br />

especially happy to live here.”<br />

To practise law in New Zealand, Linda<br />

was required to sit some additional exams,<br />

and once she completed those, she joined<br />

a city law firm.<br />

“I thoroughly enjoyed working there,<br />

but when the opportunity came up at<br />

Saunders & Co in Ferrymead, I was<br />

delighted to take it. I wanted to be closer<br />

to home and be more connected to my<br />

locale, so it was the perfect fit for me.”<br />

Linda specialises in conveyancing for<br />

both residential and commercial clients<br />

as well as general commercial and private<br />

client legal work including drawing up<br />

wills and power of attorney documents.<br />

She is also keen to extend her practice into<br />

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“I really enjoy my work and, in<br />

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Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz<br />

Treasures from the past: The<br />

uttermost ends of the earth<br />

NEWS 15<br />

TE ŪAKA The Lyttelton<br />

Museum’s online collection<br />

contains many images of the<br />

departure from and return<br />

to Ōhinehou/Lyttelton of<br />

troopships to the South African<br />

war of 1899–1902, and both<br />

World War I and World War II.<br />

Many of the troopships for<br />

World War I departed from<br />

Wellington as it was close to<br />

the primary training camps<br />

at Featherston and Trentham.<br />

Nevertheless, Lyttelton saw its<br />

fair share of farewells for Kiwi<br />

soldiers and their families,<br />

especially those from the<br />

Canterbury contingents. The<br />

first of these were the departures<br />

of the Tahiti and Athenic in<br />

September 1914.<br />

Troopships were often<br />

requisitioned from commercial<br />

shipping lines and duly refitted<br />

and repainted a uniform<br />

admiralty grey. With the men<br />

also clad in their sombre khaki<br />

uniforms, the ships were literally<br />

‘packed to the gunwales’ with<br />

both men and supplies.<br />

In the patriotic climate of<br />

World War I, these departures<br />

must have held a complex<br />

mixture of emotions for<br />

ordinary people – pride in their<br />

DEPARTURE: The troopships Tahiti and Athenic in Lyttelton<br />

Port, 23 August 1914 embarking the main body troops<br />

from Canterbury for World War I.<br />

Te Ūaka The Lyttelton Museum ref 14986.165 ​<br />

husbands, sons, fathers, brothers,<br />

uncles and friends, mixed with<br />

trepidation for what their futures<br />

held and hope for their safe<br />

return.<br />

Some departure activities seem<br />

strange in hindsight; however,<br />

in the context of the times,<br />

when tobacco was issued with<br />

rations and was believed to have<br />

medicinal and morale-boosting<br />

effects, the following does not<br />

seem so strange: ‘To farewell<br />

the Canterbury contingent,<br />

Christchurch held a “monster<br />

smoking concert” at the King<br />

Edward Barracks on the evening<br />

of September 5.’<br />

(https://www.stuff.co.nz/<br />

national/last-post-firstlight/67831015/the-last-goodbyefarewelling-the-troops)<br />

ARRIVAL: Lyttelton women meeting returning a troopship<br />

in 1945.<br />

Te Ūaka The Lyttelton Museum ref 8571.1<br />

Around the start of World<br />

War II in 1940, Lyttelton<br />

again witnessed the departure<br />

of troopships to battlefields<br />

overseas, including the<br />

Dunera, Sobieski, Andes and<br />

Orcades, although later most<br />

New Zealand Expeditionary<br />

Force ships left from<br />

Wellington.<br />

The port also received many<br />

returning hospital ships, notably<br />

the Maunganui, which visited<br />

Lyttelton on nine occasions over<br />

the war years. Crowds of people<br />

lined the wharfs to welcome<br />

these vessels with their precious<br />

cargo of wounded men.<br />

These grainy images serve<br />

as poignant reminders of the<br />

trials and sacrifices of the war<br />

generations.<br />

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16 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>November</strong> 3 <strong>2021</strong> Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz<br />

Email samantha.mythen@starmedia.<br />

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Enjoy knitting, crocheting<br />

or sewing each<br />

Monday. The cost is $3<br />

per session with morning<br />

tea and great company<br />

provided.<br />

Heathcote Community<br />

Centre<br />

Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

TimeBank Drop-in Session<br />

Tuesday, 10am-12pm<br />

The Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

TimeBank exists to help<br />

build a stronger, more connected<br />

harbour community.<br />

Go in for a chat – get help<br />

with joining or managing<br />

your account, posting an<br />

offer or request.<br />

Lyttelton Library<br />

Heathcote Community<br />

Morning Tea<br />

Wednesday, 10am-12pm<br />

Everyone is invited to<br />

pop in for a cuppa, some<br />

fresh baking and to get to<br />

know some of the locals.<br />

Every Wednesday.<br />

Heathcote Community<br />

Centre<br />

The Heathcote Valley<br />

Wool Craft Group<br />

Thursday, 9.15-11.45am<br />

This group of enthusiasts<br />

Sumner Bridge Club, Monday 7.15pm, Wednesday<br />

1pm. For friendly and competitive bridge. For<br />

information email sumnerbridgeclub@gmail.com.<br />

57 Dryden St, Sumner.<br />

meets weekly to spin, knit<br />

and create with wool.<br />

Anyone is welcome. Email<br />

Felicity Backhouse at<br />

thebackhouses@slingshot.<br />

co.nz or phone 384 1755<br />

St Mary’s Village Hall,<br />

Martindales Rd, Heathcote<br />

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Whether it be history<br />

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bpwalks.co.nz for further<br />

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Locations vary<br />

Lyttelton Farmers’<br />

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Saturday, 10am-1 pm<br />

Support our local growers<br />

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Wednesday <strong>November</strong> 3 <strong>2021</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

FOOD 17<br />

Shred chicken to make tasty dishes<br />

Shredded chicken<br />

is a good base<br />

for family meals.<br />

By adding other<br />

ingredients you can<br />

make a little go a<br />

long way<br />

50gm sultanas<br />

2 tablespoons white vinegar<br />

½ teaspoon salt (optional)<br />

Directions<br />

Saute onion, add shredded<br />

chicken, then rest of ingredients.<br />

Simmer for 10min, then serve.<br />

Chicken pie<br />

Serves 4 to 6<br />

Ingredients<br />

In advance:<br />

1 large chicken, boil with<br />

1 large onion (sliced)<br />

2 large carrots (diced)<br />

2–3 sticks celerly (sliced)<br />

•Keep stock to use in sauce<br />

On the day:<br />

Break chicken up, peeling skin<br />

off as you go, and place pieces in<br />

casserole dish, then place Onion,<br />

Carrots and celery over top and<br />

make sauce, as follows:<br />

Sauce:<br />

27gm butter, place in large<br />

saucepan<br />

2 tablespoons flour<br />

½ rounded teaspoon green herb<br />

stock<br />

Pepper<br />

1 cup blue milk<br />

1½ cups chicken stock<br />

Directions<br />

Melt butter, add flour, herb<br />

stock and pepper and cook for<br />

1min.<br />

Slowly add milk, then<br />

the chicken stock, beat with<br />

egg beater to eliminate any<br />

lumps.<br />

Stir over medium heat until<br />

fully thickened (does not go terribly<br />

thick).<br />

Pour Sauce over chicken/onion/<br />

carrots/celery, then make topping,<br />

as follows:<br />

Topping:<br />

1 cup breadcrumbs, place in<br />

bowl with:<br />

1 large onion (chopped)<br />

1 rounded teaspoon mixed<br />

herbs<br />

27gm butter (melted)<br />

3 rashers bacon (cut into small<br />

squares)<br />

Mix topping ingredients together<br />

thoroughly and sprinkle over<br />

top of pie. Bake, uncovered, at<br />

180deg C for 1hr. Grill to brown.<br />

Chicken and apricots<br />

Serves 4 to 6<br />

•Prepare in advance if boiling<br />

own chicken<br />

Ingredients<br />

WHOLESOME:<br />

Chicken pie is<br />

easy to make<br />

and is a onedish<br />

meal for<br />

the whole<br />

family.<br />

One cooked chicken, keep stock.<br />

28gm butter, place in frypan and<br />

melt, then add:<br />

1 large onion, chopped<br />

2 level tablespoons cornflour,<br />

mixed into:<br />

1 cup chicken stock<br />

1 x 425gm can apricot halves in<br />

syrup<br />

Chicken and corn<br />

savouries<br />

Serves 6<br />

12 slices white sandwich bread,<br />

crusts removed<br />

200gm shredded chicken<br />

330gm can creamed corn<br />

2tbsp mayonnaise<br />

1 spring onion (sliced)<br />

2 eggs, beaten with:<br />

½ cup milk<br />

2 tablespoons parsley (chopped)<br />

Press bread into holes of muffins<br />

pans which have been well<br />

greased.<br />

Divide the shredded chicken<br />

and sweetcorn mixture evenly<br />

into the bread linings, scatter<br />

spring onion over top.<br />

Pour egg mixture evenly into<br />

the bread cases.<br />

Bake at 180 deg C for 10-15min<br />

until egg is set and bread cases<br />

are golden. Can be eaten warm<br />

or cold.<br />

PUBLIC CONSULTATION proposed changes to speed limits<br />

SH73/75 Christchurch to Akaroa and SH74 Lyttelton<br />

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

Nine people were killed and 72 people suffered serious injuries, leaving families and<br />

communities grieving.<br />

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

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

mistakes don’t need to cost lives.<br />

Consultation is now underway on proposed new safer speeds between Christchurch and<br />

Akaroa, some local side roads and in Lyttelton.<br />

Have your<br />

say by<br />

3 December<br />

<strong>2021</strong><br />

Head to www.nzta.govt.nz/chchtoakaroa to give feedback<br />

or email us at chchtoakaroaspeeds@nzta.govt.nz<br />

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

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


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TURBOCHARGING sixcylinder<br />

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My latest drive with the new<br />

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S-Class, the 450 4Matic to be<br />

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of luxury and performance. More<br />

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and is built with all the kit and<br />

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The evaluation car was also<br />

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features which took the budget to<br />

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Under the bonnet sits the<br />

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and is rated by Mercedes-Benz<br />

with 270kW. There’s also a beefy<br />

500Nm to play around with, and<br />

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which is against Mercedes-<br />

Benz’s combined cycle claim<br />

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when travelling at 100km/h<br />

the engine is spinning over<br />

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24 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>November</strong> 3 <strong>2021</strong> Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz<br />

STYLE & QUALITY<br />

FOR LESS<br />

STOREWIDE SALE<br />

CHRISTCHURCH’S MOST AFFORDABLE<br />

NZ MADE LOUNGE SUITES<br />

CUSTOMISE TO YOUR REQUIREMENTS<br />

SALE<br />

Luna 3 + 2 + Corner Suite<br />

2 sizes available<br />

WAS $1929<br />

$<br />

1789<br />

Luna 3 Seater $859 $779<br />

Luna 2 Seater $709 $649<br />

SALE<br />

QUALITY<br />

FURNITURE<br />

SALE<br />

Radius Coffee Table<br />

Bradman<br />

Lifter Chair<br />

Affordable<br />

PRICE TAG<br />

WAS $799<br />

$<br />

679 WAS $409<br />

$<br />

379<br />

SALE<br />

Marley Outdoor Dining Chair<br />

Gunmetal & White<br />

Atlas Bedroom<br />

Collection<br />

WAS $1899<br />

$<br />

1749<br />

Piha Extension<br />

Outdoor Table Black or White<br />

W207-267 x D105 x H74 CM<br />

WAS $179<br />

$<br />

149<br />

Bed $939 From $799<br />

Dresser $899 From $789<br />

Bedside $279 From $239<br />

Underbed Storage $189 From $159<br />

Chest $879 From $159<br />

SALE<br />

Brompton<br />

Queen Bed<br />

WAS $1049<br />

$<br />

799<br />

FLOOR STOCK<br />

BEDROOM<br />

CLEARANCE<br />

Mangrove Queen<br />

WAS $899<br />

$<br />

699<br />

FREE<br />

CARPARKING<br />

SOUTH CITY<br />

BATH ST<br />

WE ARE<br />

HERE<br />

255 MOORHOUSE AVE<br />

REBEL SPORT<br />

COLOMBO ST<br />

MON-FRI 9:30AM – 5:30PM<br />

SAT-SUN 10AM – 5:30PM<br />

0800 268 264<br />

www.affordablefurniture.nz

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