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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2021

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Page 3

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Scarborough and Taylors

Mistake.

Selected streets would have

speed limits reduced from

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Residents of those areas are

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Kristie is a graduate from

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That includes talking to

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Margaret Mahy’s former home

expected to change hands today

NEWS 3

THE FORMER family home

of Margaret Mahy, the prolific

author of books for children and

young adults, is set to change

hands today.

Mahy, who died in 2012 aged

76, had lived in the three-bedroom

house in Governors Bay

since 1968, where she raised

her two daughters, Penny and

Bridget.

The property at 23 Merlincote

Cres was originally listed for sale

in May but failed to sell after a

community-based bid to purchase

it proved unsuccessful.

It was relisted by Min Sarginson

Real Estate with a deadline

sale to be completed by 5pm.

“There’s been a great amount

of interest. The first open home

had close to 70 people and it’s

been steady ever since,” said Min

Sarginson real estate agent Kate

Hitchings.

Originally designed as a

colonial cottage with modernist

elements, a larger wing was added

in the 1970s.

It features three or four

bedrooms, depending on configuration,

and sits on a 758 sq m

section overlooking the bay.

The property’s latest

rateable valuation was $640,000

on August 1, 2019.

In keeping with Mahy’s passion

for books, the house has a

number of in-built bookshelves.

She owned hundreds of books

that were stacked along 170

lineal metres of shelving.

“It’s probably a little bit excessive

for most families these

days but when we grew up in the

house basically every wall was

covered in books,” said Mahy’s

eldest daughter Penny.

COLONIAL:

In-built

bookshelves

are a feature

of the

Governors

Bay home

formerly

owned by

Margaret

Mahy (inset).

Bin vandalised

ONE OF the recently-installed

smart bins at Sumner Beach

has been ripped out from its

mountings and pushed over.

The city council replaced hundreds

of old rubbish bins across

Christchurch and Banks Peninsula

with ‘smart bins’.

Smart bins have a larger capacity

and sensor technology which

provides the city council’s maintenance

contractor with daily data

on how full each bin is.

“It is so incredibly

disappointing to see such

mindless vandalism occurring for

absolutely no reason. At the end

of the day it’s the ratepayers who

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Teaching kids the ‘bread and butter’ of

• By Kristie Boland

BRENDAN NOLAN was

watching his 5-year-old son

reading last year when he had a

realisation: Wouldn’t it be good if

more kids this age were reading

instead of playing PlayStation?

So he created the coaching

programme ‘Bread and Butter’,

which he’s now looking to expand

into other rugby and sports

clubs in Canterbury.

‘Bread and Butter’ uses sport

and the B.R.E.A.D book to

encourage kids to read, connect,

and learn the basic principles

of being a good person. The

B.R.E.A.D book stands for: Balls

Books; Read; Enjoy; Achieve;

Dreams.

Nolan, who works for the Lyttelton

Port Company, coaches the

under-6 Christchurch rugby team

‘C Pups’.

What began as having the

team read for 15 minutes before

training morphed into a new

way of coaching, connecting and

teaching kids some important life

lessons.

With Bread and Butter, Nolan

endeavours to go beyond just

coaching rugby skills. It’s about

teaching kids the foundations of

being a good person – the ‘bread

and butter’ of life.

The C Pups, who all attend

Heathcote Valley School, spend

15 minutes before training

reading a book of their choice

with their parents and

caregivers.

After every game, the player

of the day is presented with the

B.R.E.A.D book, which they can

take home and write a story in it

about their experiences of rugby

so far. They present it to the team

the following week and then pass

the book onto the next player of

the day.

“It’s something that keeps them

involved longer than say just half

an hour after the game, something

to be proud of,” Nolan,

who played professional rugby in

England, said.

Bread and Butter is not just for

rugby.

“It’s just the principles of being

good people. In rugby, they say

good people make good rugby

AVID: The C Pups under-6

team reading the B.R.E.A.D

book together, and their

coach Brendan Nolan.

Nolan also coaches the

Christchurch seniors, the

seniors sevens and Waitaha

Matua, the Canterbury

Maori men’s team.

players. But don’t wait until

they’re 20, why don’t we start

putting this to the kids when

they’re young.”

“If they get their bread and

butter right, they can go from

there. It’s giving them the

opportunity from a young age.”

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NEWS 5

life by combining rugby with reading

THE C PUPS: Charlie St John (left), Mason Boyd, Odin Hanekom, Hoani

Nolan, Leo Anderson and Edward Hanekom. Before training sessions, both

children and parents spend 15 minutes reading.

The programme isn’t just

for the kids – it also connects

parents and caregivers.

Jenna Timoti’s six year-old

son Mason Boyd has played two

seasons for the C Pups. Timoti

said Mason is a very capable

reader, but getting him to read

was a chore. Bread and Butter

helped Mason see reading as

something that’s just part of

training.

Timoti said she has seen a

difference in her son’s behaviour

since he has been coached by

Nolan.

“Mason is someone who is

easily distracted and needs

structure. I can see a difference

in his confidence, he’s so

determined and the values he

has learned have made him

more empathetic. He’s a lot more

caring,” she said.

Similarly, Heathcote Valley

School principal Bruce Ellison

said he has seen a change in

the kids since they have been

coached by Nolan.

“I’ve seen them grow as

people and I’ve seen their

relationships with each other

grow,” said Ellison.

“It’s a no brainer, why haven’t

we been doing something like

this all along?”

Nolan said a programme like

this would have made him look

at rugby differently.

“When I was playing, it was

just about showing up and

playing the game, but I think this

is more of a deeper connection.”

Nolan wants that connection

to be fostered.

“It teaches kids to care for the

area, the grounds, care for the

opposition and each other. It’s

contagious and its something

that needs to be nurtured,” he

said.

Nolan wants to break down

the club versus club mentality,

and connect coaches as well.

Mainland Football interim

chief executive Martin Dodgson​

loves the idea of Bread and

Butter and believes most sports

face the same challenges.

“We love the concept and the

story behind it . . . The concept of

giving kids ownership over what

they do,” he said.

Dodgson thinks Bread and

Butter captures the essence of

sport.

“Sport teaches us lessons and

those lessons can be hidden

deep but [Brendan] brings these

lessons to the surface,” he said.

“The scoreboard would suggest

who the winner or loser is, but

this teaches kids what a real

‘winner’ is and what success

looks like.”

Nolan now hopes to take

the coaching programme

Canterbury-wide and has had

positive feedback from clubs and

other sports organisations.

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“While many road users in

these areas already travel below

the current speed limit, implementing

a lower limit will help

those unfamiliar with the area to

understand the safe and appropriate

speed.”

“Scarborough and Taylors

Mistake in particular attract large

numbers of visitors to the beaches

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months and this will help to

signpost and reinforce safe driver

behaviour.”

The city council has

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Epic fundraising run for teenager Enzo

• By Kristie Boland

ANTHONY MARTIN’S 100km

run in Diamond Harbour took

him more than 23 hours to

complete, and at the end of it all

he wanted was a cup of Irish tea.

On Canterbury

Anniversary

Day,

Anthony Martin

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with a 3600m

elevation to

raise money

for a Redcliffs

Anthony

Martin

teenager who

suffered a spinal

injury in

early 2020.

Enzo Halliburton, now 18, was

involved in a tragic swimming

accident in Moncks Bay in

January, 2020. While swimming

with friends, Enzo dived into the

water and did not resurface. He

had seriously injured his spine

and his friends had to perform

mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

and call for an ambulance.

Enzo suffered a C5-C7 spinal

injury and is now a tetraplegic.

Martin has a work colleague

whose son was with Enzo that

day. After hearing Enzo’s story,

ENDURANCE: Anthony Martin during his 100km run in Diamond Harbour.

Martin decided he wanted to do

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This was the first ultra-marathon

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had what he described as a

“drawback” when he ruptured

his hamstring in two places,

tore the cartilage in his hip and

had to get his Achilles tendon

reattached.

On the day of the run,

Martin joined in on part of the

Krayzie K’s ultra trail running

event. The temperature that day

was 27 deg C.

“Being an Irish lad, I’m not

built for heat,” said Martin.

The 100km run took him 23hr

38min. Thinking about Enzo

and what he had gone through is

what got Martin through those

Enzo Halliburton

last hours.

“Even in the worst pain that

I was in, it’s still a drop in the

ocean of the reality of being

tetraplegic,” he said.

When he finally crossed the

finish line at 8.25am on Saturday

morning, there was one thing on

Martin’s mind: “All I wanted was

a cup of tea, there was no tea [at

the finish line] so I drove to my

mates and he had some Irish tea

bags, it was perfect.”

•If you wish to donate to

Enzo’s cause you can go

to https://givealittle.co.nz/

cause/100kmforenzo

Takapūneke Reserve landscaping under way

LANDSCAPING WORK is

starting on a part of Banks

Peninsula notable for a massacre

in 1830. It is part of a two-stage

plan to reinvigorate Takapūneke

Reserve near Akaroa.

Last year, the city council

bought the Red House sited on

the reserve for $2.5 million as

part of its redevelopment plans,

which it is jointly undertaking

with Ōnuku Rūnanga.

In 1830, the feared Ngai Toa

chief Te Rauparaha, who was

on a raiding journey from

the North Island, arrived

off the Takapūneke site. The

Takapūneke rangatira (chief)

was lured onto a British ship and

killed by Te Rauparaha, who

then slaughtered many at the

once-thriving Ngāi Tahu commercial

centre, after which the

site became tapu (sacred).

Takapūneke has been used as a

rubbish dump and a wastewater

treatment plant in the past.

It achieved recognition of its

significance in the history of the

nation as a whole in 2002.

Ōnuku was the first of the

three locations in the South

Island where The Treaty of

Waitangi was signed – the others

being Ōtakou and Ruapuke.

Stage one of the redevelopment

will be undertaken in two

parts.

The first part will involve

terracing and the creation of

a flat platform area for a pou

(pillar), along with paths in

the form of a takarangi, an

intersecting double spiral. The

pou is being designed and

created by renowned Ngāi Tahu

carver Fayne Robinson.

Part one will be completed in

time for a formal opening on 5

February 2022, hosted by Ōnuku

Rūnanga.

Part two will see feature

lighting installed for the pou

along with planting, furniture

DESIGN:

The plan

includes

terracing

and paths

in the

form of a

takarangi

or double

spiral.

PHOTO:

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and palisade fencing, and an area

for hand washing at the Stanley

Place entrance.

It is expected part two will be

completed before the inaugural

Matariki public holiday in June.

Ōnuku Rūnanga chairman

Riki Tainui said this is an

important step forward in

helping to tell the real story

of Takapūneke.

“This piece of land carries huge

significance for our rūnanga. We

want people to know its story

and its history and provide a

place for peaceful reflection,”

Tainui said.

Deputy Mayor and Banks

Peninsula Councillor Andrew

Turner welcomed news of work

beginning.

“Council and Ōnuku Rūnanga

have worked closely to develop

this landscape plan and we are

all extremely pleased to have

reached a stage where we can

start to see the plan come to

fruition,” Turner said.

In 2002, the reserve was

registered as wāhi tapu (a place

of outstanding historical and

cultural heritage values).


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Library to

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internal paint job.

“This work is part of

Christchurch City Libraries’ 10-

year refurbishment programme,

and it completes the work we

started last year when we redid

Diamond Harbour’s

reception

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the data

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wiring,” head

of libraries and

information

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said.

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closure is relatively short, we do

not envisage too much disruption

to customers, so mobile library

services will not be provided,”

Robertson said.

“The Wi-Fi will still stay

switched on during the closure,

but the library’s returns bins will

be unable to accept returned

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any other library in our network –

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Miles Warren garden among

those showcased this weekend

TE KURA ō Ōhinetahi

(Governors Bay School) is having

its annual garden tour fundraiser

on Sunday, showcasing 10

gardens in the area.

The money raised will go

towards school activities, sports,

and cultural costs for the next

two years.

School committee board

member Annabelle Wear said:

“We have a great community

and the parents are getting

together to showcase some

amazing properties.

“We are super grateful to the

owners for their kindness in

opening up what are normally

private gardens most of us

would never get to see.”

Included in the unguided

tour will be Ōhinetahi Gardens,

a garden of international

significance owned by Sir Miles

Warren, and ‘Waitahuna’, the

original Dyer Homestead, as

well as seven new gardens not

seen in the last tour.

The properties are dotted

from Allandale to Zephyr Tce.

Buses will be put on to navigate

the roads in a continuous loop,

hop on and hop off.

Te Kura ō Ōhinetahi wishes

ON DISPLAY: Ōhinetahi Gardens, once owned by architect Sir Miles Warren, is on the

Governor’s Bay School’s annual garden tour.

to thank all their sponsors who

have made this possible.

Top tier totara sponsors

include Total Safety Consulting,

Mortgage First, David Levastam

of Ray White, Four Square Supermarket

Diamond Harbour,

EV City, Whites Traffic Management

and Moo Creative.

Second tier rata sponsors include

Strongline Projects, Goodfor

Refillery, Flourish Foliage,

Treekind, Laven Landscaping

and Higgins.

Third tier kowhai sponsors

include Distripet, Sherpa Kai,

Peninsula Electrical, Mitre

10 Beckenham and Portstone

Garden Centre.

• The garden tour runs

from 10am-4pm on

Sunday. Tickets cost $60

and can be purchased at

Eventfinda.

NEWS 13

Cockles the

subject of

estuary survey

THE ESTUARY mudflats will be

“invaded” by scientists to conduct a

cockle health survey on December 4.

Over the past five years there has

been an increase in shellfish collecting

along the McCormacks Bay

causeway in the estuary of the Avon

and Heathcote. This has led to public

concern about the potential decline

and sustainability of cockles.

Following discussions with the

Ministry for Primary Industries and

mana whenua, the Estuary Trust

agreed to undertake an evaluation of

the cockle throughout the estuary.

Since the last evaluation in 2008/9

there have been significant changes

within the estuary. Firstly, the

building of the ocean pipeline has

removed a significant proportion of

treated waste water from the estuary.

This has resulted in a dramatic

decrease in nutrient levels and an

improvement in water quality.

Secondly, there have been considerable

changes as a result of seismic

disturbances during the 2010/11

earthquake sequences.

There is potential for the shellfish

resources to increase in the future.

The findings from the survey will

be used by mana whenua when

applying for Mātaitai Reserve status

for the estuary.

This will allow mana whenua to

create bylaws to minimise the risks

of overfishing and better manage

the aquatic resources.

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

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14

NEWS

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Treasures from the past:

The Great Fire of Lyttelton

IN 1870, the catastrophic Great

Fire of Lyttelton razed much

of the town centre, in spite of

the heroic efforts of the town’s

‘hook and ladder’ brigade, gaol

inmates and random seamen,

who doused the Mitre Hotel

with buckets of beer – all

followed later with the arrival of

the Christchurch Fire Brigade by

train.

Spurred on by the reputed

£80,000 damage, the Lyttelton

Borough Council’s Fire Brigade

Committee established the

Lyttelton Volunteer Fire Brigade

just three years later in 1873,

complete with excellent new £1

uniforms and boots. However,

it would be another 27 years

before the brigade would find a

permanent home.

In 1901, the council decided

to invest in a new fire station

to house its modern steampowered

engines, with plans

commissioned by the prestigious

Christchurch architects,

Armson, Collins and Harman.

The firm were responsible for

notable colonial landmarks, such

as the Union Bank on Hereford

St, the Rhodes mansion ‘Te

Koraha’ in Merivale and St

Mary’s Anglican Church in

Timaru. In 1887, it had also

designed the Lyttelton Borough

Council Chambers

and Magistrates Court at 1

Sumner Rd on the corner

of Oxford St.

The Lyttelton Fire Station

was then built on the opposite

corner at 2 Sumner Rd in a

similar grand Italianate style to

GRAND:

Lyttelton Fire

Station (plus

library), April

16, 1964. The

library was in

this building

from 1902 to

1978, while

the lower

level housed

the fire

station from

1902 to 1967. ​

complement the borough

council chambers, with

construction completed in 1902.

After having resided for some

35 years in the old Colonists Hall

just up the street, Canterbury’s

oldest library, the Lyttelton

Library, moved into the new fire

station building some months

after the fire brigade, occupying

the upper floors.

For almost seven decades

the fire station (plus library)

building was a vibrant social

centre for the town until, in

1967, the Lyttelton Volunteer

Fire Brigade was forced to move

to a new fire station on London

St due to its brand new fire

engines being too large for the

old basement.

The library followed a decade

later in 1978, moving just across

the road to the old borough

council chambers.

For over a century, these two

fine buildings – the original fire

station (plus library) and the

borough council chambers –

stood sentinel at the Sumner Rd

main entrance to the town.

In its later years the old fire

station was also known to locals

as the Stanaway’s building,

where Brent and Ann lived until

their home was demolished

following the 2011 earthquakes.

A sad reminder of Lyttelton’s

recent past, the historic corner

remains an empty lot.


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5pm each Wednesday

THe Heathcote Valley Wool

Craft Group

Thursday, 9.15-11.45am

This group of enthusiasts

meets weekly to spin, knit

and create with wool. Anyone

is welcome. Email Felicity

Backhouse at thebackhouses@

slingshot.co.nz or phone 384

1755

St Mary’s Village Hall,

Martindales Rd, Heathcote

PestFreeBP at Akaroa Library

Thursday, 11am-4pm

Have your questions answered

about this collaborative

programme designed to protect

and enhance biodiversity on

the peninsula through the

widespread eradication of

animal pests.

Akaroa Library

Lyttelton Farmers’ Market

Saturday, 10am-1pm

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 locals

and visitors to linger, catch up

with friends and enjoy a local

coffee and enjoy the eclectic mix

that makes Lyttelton so special.

London Rd, Lyttelton

Lyttelton Craft and Treasures

Market

Saturday, 9am-1pm

Jewellery, timber craft, clothing,

woollen hand crafts, toys,

natural body products and much

more. Meet the makers.

Collett’s Corner, next to the

Lyttelton Farmers’ Market

Banks Peninsula Walking

Festival 2021

Every Saturday and Sunday

throughout November

A great variety of walks over

four weeks for people of all ages,

abilities and interests. Great

walks to Bride Falls, Kaitoere

Spit, Hinewai, Avoca Valley or

exploring Lyttelton’s Heritage

Homes to name a few. Tickets

from $2-$28.50.

For events and times go to

eventfinda.co.nz

Governors Bay Garden

Tour

Sunday, 10am-4pm

Governors Bay School

(Te Kura o Ohinetahi) have

organised a garden tour. Parents

of children at the school have

got together to showcase some

their properties. There will be

10 beautiful gardens on display.

The properties are dotted from

Allandale to Zephyr Tce. A

Heathcote Community Morning Tea, Wednesday, 10am-noon. Everyone is invited to

pop in for a cuppa, some fresh baking and to get to know some of the locals. Every

Wednesday. Heathcote Community Centre

bus will navigate the roads in

a continuous loop, hop-on and

hop-off.

Little River Farmers Market

Every Sunday, 9.30am-2pm

A community run market with

a focus on produce from around

Banks Peninsula. Stalls include

fresh produce, local wine and

crafts.

4243 Christchurch Akaroa Rd,

Little River

Craft Group

Monday, 10am-12pm

Enjoy knitting,

crocheting or sewing every

Monday. The cost is $3 per

session with morning tea and

great company provided.

Heathcote Community

Centre

Sumner Bridge Club

Monday 7.15pm, Wednesday

1pm.

For friendly and competitive

bridge. For information email

sumnerbridgeclub@gmail.com.

57 Dryden St, Sumner.

Lyttelton Harbour 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 your account, posting

an offer or request.

Lyttelton Library

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 koha per session

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Sumner Hub, 57 Nayland St

Sumner

Heathcote Valley Food Forest

Wednesday, 3.30pm

Go along and help out with

this garden working bee, meeting

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Shops bursting with

festive gift ideas

The countdown to the big day is well underway, so making up the

Christmas gift list will now be a top priority… if you haven’t already done so.

Finding those special gifts and stocking fillers as

well as the Christmas treats for the table is so easy at

our city’s malls and shopping centres, where the shops

are bursting with festive merchandise.

Every woman likes to receive body pampering

gifts, and there is a huge selection of these priced

to suit all budgets at the many pharmacies and gift

shops around the city. Perfume is another favourite

and again there is a wide selection to choose from,

ranging from exciting new releases to the well-known

fragrances that have stood the test of time. Lingerie,

jewellery, fashion accessories, homewares and decor

items – there’s no end to the ideas for the women on

the list.

The men are equally well catered for, from the

sophisticated metro-male boyfriends, to the car-crazy

brothers and the DIY enthusiast and keen gardener

husbands and dads. Choose from clothing, books,

tools, personal grooming items and gadgets to put a

smile on their face on Christmas morning.

Speaking of smiles, nothing gives families more joy

than seeing the excitement of the children opening

their presents. Whether they are delivered by Santa

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Start a new

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What could be better than starting some new family traditions this year? Christmas traditions are memories

in the making and help spread a little festive cheer whether with your loved ones or out in the community.

10 great ideas to help make Christmas a magical time of the year

1. Create a Christmas playlist with some of

your favourite carols and songs – play it

loud and every day, if that’s your thing.

Or plan a pre-Christmas sing-along

evening – don’t forget to supply the song

sheet so everyone can join in too.

2. Get into the spirit of Christmas by getting

together with family or friends to help

decorate each other’s houses – turn up

the music, drink the wine and go all out

to deck the halls.

3. Make and send homemade Christmas

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than getting mail, right? Or how about

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Christmas.

4. Buy your family Christmas tee-shirts or

Santa hats to wear on the day and don’t

forget to take a family selfie.

5. Fill a shoebox with gifts for a child, wrap

it with a bow, and deliver to the nearest

community gift tree – check with your

local library and label with age and

gender.

6. Have a yearly family, friends or neighbour

outdoor games night with drinks and

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or croquet.

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THERE IS NO doubt Mitsubishi

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One I find quite entertaining is

that for the outgoing Outlander, it

demonstrates the amount of space

inside the mid-size sport utility

vehicle and includes my favourite

segment, Monty the white persian

cat getting a short shrift from

sleeping comfortably inside the car.

Mitsubishi had a successful

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generation model, although the

concept of old has been very much

maintained.

The newcomer has a fresh

exterior design, it is squared-off

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bumper and bold headlight shrouds.

There’s also a new driveline,

well, there is a new engine, the

2.5-litre petrol unit is coupled to

continuously variable transmission

that Mitsubishi has utilised to

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As before, the Outlander is also

available in three front and three

four-wheel-drive variants.

The six-model range starts at

$41,990 for the 2WD LS and ends

at $54,990 for the seven-seat 4WD

VRX, which is the subject of this

evaluation.

Like most car builders these

days Mitsubishi isn’t immune from

manufacturing and supply issues

due to an ever-increasing global

shortage of microchips and semiconductors,

and depending on the

time of purchase that could well

determine specification inclusions.

However, Mitsubishi are

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specced. Major items include full

leather trim with heated seats

up front and in the second row,

electric seat adjustment, headup

display, Bose audio, electric

panoramic sunroof, kick-motion

tailgate, wireless smartphone

charging, triple-zone climate

control and satellite navigation that

sits in a large and comprehensive

central touch screen.

It was a bit of a surprise to learn

there was a completely new engine

for Outlander. The old 2.4-litre

unit served the Outlander well

and was a real honey in terms of

how it operated. Nevertheless,

the new engine picks up the

same fundamentals, it is quiet,

has efficiency and is relatively

powerful. It has power outputs of

135kW and 245Nm, up 9kW and

21Nm respectively from the old.

The 2488cc unit is also listed with

an 8.1l/100km combined cycle

average.

That’s quite good for a big

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being achievable under perfect

conditions. During my evaluation

time, the readout was constantly

sitting around 9l/100km. That

included a lot of inner-city driving

and my usual highway run. At

100km/h the engine is loping over

gently at 1500rpm, returning an

instantaneous figure of 4.8l/100km.

On the subject of figures, the

Outlander will accelerate from a

standstill to 100km/h in 9sec and

will complete a highway overtake

(80-120km/h) in 5.8sec.

The engine works fluidly through

the transmission, that’s one of

the benefits of CVT, it allows the

engine to work freely and, as such,

is highly responsive, it isn’t flighty

but it works the entire rev band

willingly. The driver has the use of

a paddle-shift gearing selector, it

will lock the transmission into one

of eight steps, which is useful for

travelling on hill roads and many

other applications.

There’s also an economical mode

that dulls the throttle response in

the interests of saving fuel use.

Mitsubishi builds great fourwheel-drive

systems, and the new

Outlander has the benefit of years

of development through previous

generation models and the likes

of Lancer Evolution, Triton

and Pajero models. The Super

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• Price – Mitsubishi

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2488cc, 135kW, 245Nm,

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• Performance –

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• Fuel usage – 8.1/100km

through a centre console dial. The

evaluation car had only travelled

400km when I picked it up, so I

wasn’t prepared to drive crosscountry,

but I did tackle a short offthe-seal

road near Hororata, and

could certainly feel drive kicking in

through all four corners.

The Hororata River was merely

a dribble as I drove through the

rocky river floor, it was a good

test of suspension control, the

four-strut system soaking up

well the uneven surface. That’s

another Outlander credential, it

is occupant-friendly with wellcushioned

underpinnings.

That would also be a hard

equation to get right, the

newcomer sits on low profile 20in

Bridgestone tyres (255/45), yet ride

comfort hasn’t been jeopardised,

the suspension has absorption

and with supple seating the new

Outlander is comfortable and

relaxing to drive.

With those big tyres there

is also much feedback at the

steering wheel and positive

corner turn-in, accuracy is

precise. Getting a big SUV to

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suspension engineers, but

I’m pleased to report the new

Outlander has control and a

deliberate handling quality.

When pushed into some corner

challenges it feels rigid and stable,

the high-quality tyres dealing to

everything asked of them.

More than anything the new

Outlander is the useful wagon we

have come to know and appreciate

the model for. It, too, has the space

inside that Mitsubishi has marketed

well in previous generation models.

Occupants seated in the rear row

should be thankful, it’s really just

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The new Outlander has a certain

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it is plush and incredibly well

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STYLE & QUALITY

FOR LESS

BLACK FRIDAY

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Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

Wednesday November 24 2021 Bay Harbour News 29

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30 Bay Harbour News Wednesday November 24 2021 Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

We’re open until 8pm on Black Friday.

We’ve jumped on

the Black Friday

band-wagon

with super deals across our

entire Whiteware range.

15 Place Setting Dishwasher

$9

403L ActiveSmart Bottom

Mount Fridge Freezer

DW60FC4X1 9039479 RF402BRPX6 9035421

per week for

36 months

$1179 interest free* $1679

$12

per week for

36 months

interest free*

488L French Door Fridge Freezer

With summer just around the corner, it’s

a great time to pick up a new fridge. This

gem comes with a water dispenser and a

twist ice maker and twin cooling to keep

food fresher for longer. You better be quick,

though — we won’t be able to keep this

price on ice for very long.

SRF5700BD 9067976

$1699

$13

per week for

36 months

interest free*

Limited Stock at this price.

65” 4K Android TV

Black Friday. It’s actually more colourful

that you might think. Especially on this

new 4K Android TV from Panasonic.

Limited Stock

TH65JX700 9068597

$1399 $ 11

less than

per week for

36 months

interest free*

Black Friday

TV deals. You’ll

love every detail.

Especially the price.

Shop our range of great

brands in-store or online now.

Black Friday Sales can be tiring. Luckily, you can get a

new lounge suite to relax on, for less than half price.

Vogue 3 + 2 Seater Lounge Suite - Oatmeal Colour Only 9061377

The truth is, we’re not too sure about Black Friday either. It’s just a good

excuse to give you a bargain. Which is exactly what this luxurious and

chic 5 seater suite from La-Z-Boy is. It’s 54% off, but not for long.

$2999 $ was

6599

54% off


Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

Wednesday November 24 2021 Bay Harbour News 31

Our Black Friday deals.

Also available Thursday, Saturday,

Sunday, Monday & Tuesday.

Acer Aspire 3 15.6” A315 i5-1035G1

12GB 256SSD 1TB Laptop

9063754

$1099

$7

per week for

36 months

interest free*

was

$4399

50% off

was

$1399

If you find a better bargain on

the same item somewhere else

Beckett 4 Seater Right Chaise

Lounge Suite - Grey 9065530

$2199

up to

25%

off JBL Headphones #

We’ll match it. ~

Ultimate Ears BOOM 3

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$159

$4

per week for

52 weeks on

EasyCard* 2

That’s what we like to call our “money

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50%

off selected

Sleepyhead Beds #

30%

off selected

Bedroom

& Dining

Furniture and

Lounge Suites #

including

20%

off selected

Nursery #

up to

50%

off Remington #

Limited Stock. Also available in Right Hand Chaise.

If you think Black Friday is nonsense,

feel free to pay the extra $1200.

Charlie Queen 4 Piece Slat Bed Bedroom Suite

If we’re honest, we’re just jumping on the Black

Friday band-wagon. Which gives us a good excuse

to give you a bargain. Which is exactly what this

stylish and solid 4 piece bedroom suite is.

40%

off Russell Hobbs

Small Kitchen

Appliances #

9039548

$2799 $ was

3999

less than

$12

per week for

60 months

interest free*


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If you’re tired of all this

Black Friday nonsense,

have a lie down.

Chiropractic HD Limited Edition Bed

Time flies when you’re fast asleep. So, if you can’t wait

for Christmas to come, speed things up with a new

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fretting. Especially since you got it for less half price.

$2499

QUEEN. KING. SUPER

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$11

less than

per week for

60 months on

interest free*

up to

68% off

9069927 / 9069926 / 9069928

Chiropractic Focus Firm Queen Bed

$1899

was

$3799

$7

9067310

less than

per week for

60 months

interest free*

Matrix MKII Firm Queen Bed

$2349

was

$4699

Matrix MKII Ultra Medium Queen Bed

9070929 9070950

$11

less than

per week for

60 months

interest free*

$3599

was

$7199

less than

$15

per week for

60 months

interest free*

Sanctuary Avignon Queen Bed

$4499

was

$8999

9062305

less than

$19

per week for

60 months

interest free*

Premium

Velvet

Headboard

$299

QUEEN. KING.

SUPER KING.

SAME PRICE.

up to

64% off

9049720 / 9049717 / 9049723

Strictly limited stock

Delivered in time

for the Xmas

rellie sleepover.

We’ve got thousands

of beds stocked at our

warehouse ready for

delivery now.

36

MONTHS

$499 & over*

INTEREST FREE

on everything

INTEREST FREE

on furniture and beds

60MONTHS

$1499 & over*

Offers valid dates vary, see individual product pages online for details. Available, while stocks last, unless otherwise stated. Some products on display in selected stores only – please call 0800 764 847 to check availability. Personal shoppers only. *Apple, selected computers, game consoles, gift cards, clearance items and some promotional items are not

available in conjunction with interest free offers. Flooring available on a maximum of 18 months interest free. Exclusions, fees, terms, conditions, and credit criteria apply. Available in-store only. Equal instalment amounts include one-off booking fee of $45.00, annual fees of $45.00 p.a. and security registration fee of $8.05, and exclude insurance. Current

interest rate of 23.95% applies to any unpaid balance after expiry of (any) interest free period. See in-store or visit smithscity.co.nz/interest-free for details.# Discount is off our full retail price and not available in conjunction with any other offer. *2 Weekly equal instalments are based on a 52 week finance period commencing 7 days from the date

charged. We recommend setting up an Automatic Payment authority to avoid missed payments and additional interest charges. Available in-store and online. Current interest rate of 23.95% applies. There are no set-up, annual, or account maintenance fees – a $19 notification fee may apply in circumstances of default. Terms, conditions, and credit criteria

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