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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2021

Connecting Your Local Community

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Beach rocks

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stay

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New hoops

bring back

basketballers

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Locals

Supporting

Locals

Swing set dedicated to Reuben

COLOUR: Ruth Markham-Short and Jeremy Smith with eight-week-old son Rupert at Redcliffs Park. The couple

have donated a swing set in memory of their son Reuben (inset).

• By Kristie Boland

WHEN 23-month-old

Reuben Smith died from

meningococcal septicemia

a year ago, the Redcliffs

and Sumner communities

rallied to raise money to

support his parents, Ruth

Markham-Short and Jeremy

Smith.

Now, that money has

been donated back to the

community in the form of a

new swing set.

• Turn to page 4

Entire

Akaroa

wharf

likely

to be

replaced

AKAROA’S 134-year-old wharf

may be replaced with a new

structure.

The replacement will cost

$19.1 million and will be funded

through the city council’s Long

Term Plan.

Work on the replacement

wharf has been under way since a

structural assessment of the iconic

landmark in late 2018 found it

was reaching the

end of its viable

life, and it was no

longer possible

or economical to

keep repairing

and maintaining

it.

City council

head of parks

Andrew

Rutledge

Andrew Rutledge said the council

had been working in partnership

with Ōnuku Rūnanga and talking

to key stakeholders in Akaroa

for several months about how to

replace the wharf.

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from the editor’s desk

RUTH MARKHAM-

SHORT and Jeremy Smith

went through every parent’s

nightmare a year ago: They

lost their 23-month-old son

Reuben to meningococcal

septicemia.

People in Sumner and Redcliffs

rallied, raising $4800 to

support the shattered couple.

Now Ruth and Jeremy have

given back to the community

by using the money and some

of their own to buy a swing set

for Redcliffs Park for the community

to use (see page 1).

Why: Because Redcliffs Park

was where Reuben loved to

go. After navigating red tape

to get permission, the purple

news

swing set – Reuben’s favourite

colour – was installed over the

weekend.

“We wanted to do something

meaningful with [the money].

We wanted to give back,” said

Ruth.

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Clubhouse one step closer to new home

Funding also allocated for church

ALSO SUPPORTED with

funding is a planned memorial

dedicated to the now-demolished

St Joseph the Worker Catholic

Church in Lyttelton.

Consecrated in 1865, St

Joseph’s was the first Catholic

stone church built in the South

Island but was lost in the 2010-11

earthquakes.

The Friends of St Joseph the

Worker Memorial Charitable

Trust is fundraising to create a

memorial to the building and its

community.

The city council’s sustainability

and community resilience committee

gave a $7490 grant to help

the trust repair and restore the

original iron gates, archway and

railings, which have suffered

damage and deterioration.

These will be used to create a

memorial along the Winchester

St frontage where the church

used to sit.

Once built, the trust is planning

a second project involving

a memorial seat, information

panels and a display of significant

items, including two crucifixes

and the church bell.

HERITAGE: The clubhouse at its original site in Dampier Bay, Lyttelton.

A CLUBHOUSE completed in

1923 for the Canterbury Yacht

and Motor Boat Club is one

step closer to finding a new,

permanent home beside the

Governors Bay Jetty.

It comes after a grant of $58,500

was made by the city council’s

sustainability and community

resilience committee.

The money will help with the

cost of moving and upgrading

the building.

A familiar landmark in

Dampier Bay for 80 years, the

clubhouse has been used by the

Sea Scouts, the Dampier Bay

Maritime Club and many other

groups.

When the Lyttelton Port

Company redeveloped the area it

shifted the building off the water

onto port land and sold it to four

local supporters for $1.

It was subsequently purchased

by the Governors Bay Jetty Trust,

which plans to renovate it for use

as a community boat house.

Once relocated, the building

will be restored and repaired so

it can begin life anew. Work will

include new pile foundations in

the water, conservation of the

timber structure, electrical upgrades

and new toilet facilities.

The trust estimates the total

cost of the works to be $405,000.

The proposed new site itself

has special significance as the

place where craftsman and boat

builder Lionel Jefcoate’s boat

shed once stood.

MEMORIAL: St Joseph the Worker Catholic Church prior to

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‘In some ways it has been healing for us’

• From page 1

Ruth and Jeremy noticed Redcliffs

Park where they used to

take their son, needed new play

equipment. They approached

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board with their

idea to donate a new swing.

The purple swing set, Reuben’s

favourite colour, was

installed over the weekend.

The community raised $4800

for Ruth and Jeremy. That

money was used to pay for the

swings.

“We wanted to do something

meaningful with [the money].

We wanted to give back,” said

Ruth.

The swings are a way to say

thank you to the Redcliffs and

Sumner people who supported

Ruth and Jeremy through the

most difficult year of their lives.

At 4am on December 17,

Reuben awoke unwell. He had

a temperature and showed

signs of having a sore stomach.

At 10am, Ruth and Jeremy

took him to a medical centre.

By noon, Reuben had a rash

and was rushed to hospital to

be treated for meningococcal

septicemia, an infection of the

bloodstream that causes organs

to shut down.

“It’s very fast moving. He went

downhill very fast . . . it’s a bit

like having your kid tied to the

railway tracks and seeing the

train coming and not being able

to do anything about it,” Ruth

said.

The doctors and nurses did

everything they could for Reuben

but his body had begun to

shut down and there is nothing

more they could do.

At 5.10pm that day, Reuben

died.

Up to 15 per cent of people

carry the bacteria that cause

meningococcal disease. The

chances of Reuben dying from it

were .0002 per cent his parents

were told.

After hearing about Reuben, a

lot of the community have had

their child vaccinated against

meningococcal disease, Ruth

said.

“It’s too late for us, but if we

can stop anyone else going

through what we’ve been

through.”

Ruth and Jeremy said Reuben

was “the dream of a child.”

He was happy, cruisey, full energy

and extremely observant.

He loved exploring his world,

loved animals and loved the

sandpit, he came home from

pre-school most days with sand

in his pants.

Reuben left an impression on

a lot of people. His teachers at St

James pre-school described him

as one of the most relaxed kids

they’d had.

“We were proud of him, he

was a really special child,” Ruth

said.

One of Reuben’s favourite

things to do was play on the

swings.

The swing set now gives Ruth

and Jeremy a place to go to remember.

A plaque will go up for

Reuben on the boulder placed in

front of the swings

“Its a gift from us but in some

ways it has been healing for us,”

Ruth said.

Ruth and Jeremy will be able

to take their eight-week-old son

Rupert to play on the swings

when he is older.

Baby Rupert has helped his

parents with the healing process.

“A big part of me is gone, but

since having Rupert, that big

part of me that has been lost has

come back,” said Jeremy.

On Monday night, the family

gathered at the park to remember

Reuben, have a play and

enjoy fish and chips.

The one-year anniversary of

Reuben’s passing is approaching.

While this is a painful time

for the family, the swings have

given them something happy to

focus on and celebrate.

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• From page 1

“The current thinking is we

will remove the existing wharf

entirely before starting to rebuild

on the same footprint, retaining

the current length and width of

the existing wharf in the new

structure.

“We will be improving structural

capacity for loading and

unloading on the new wharf,

and looking to provide some

additional capacity for vessels,”

Rutledge said.

It is proposed to raise the new

wharf deck height by a minimum

of 50cm, to allow for sea level rise

and storm surges and to ensure

the longevity and all weather use

of the structure.

Rutledge said the new wharf

will not be a replica of the existing

one, but be its own structure.

“We’ll be using the best materials

available for the conditions,

which complement the

local environment and take into

consideration the longer-term

maintenance costs. We’re also

looking at how we can ensure the

history of the wharf is captured

and recorded, as well as collecting

its intangible heritage including

personal memories and stories

from the community.”

Alternative arrangements are

being looked at for commercial

operations – such as fishing

vessels, mussel boats, businesses

located on the wharf and cruise

ships – during deconstruction of

the old wharf and construction of

the new one.

“Elements from the wharf

which have been identified as

having high heritage significance

will be salvaged wherever possible

and we are exploring ways

that some of these can be incorporated

into the new structure or

used for interpretation.

“There may also be an opportunity

for the community to access

and use some of these salvaged

materials for other projects in

Akaroa and we’ll share details

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New wharf won’t be a replica

NEW: The city council is proposing removing the Akaroa

wharf in its entirety before starting on a replacement.

about this as soon as we can.”

Work on deconstructing

the wharf and building the

replacement is not due to start until

2024, with some repairs expected

to keep it operational during this

time.

Information sessions about

what is being proposed will

be held (Covid-19 restrictions

permitting) on Wednesday at the

Gaiety Hall, Akaroa, between

3pm and 7pm, and on January 19

in the function room at the Civic

Offices, Hereford St, between

4pm and 6pm.

THE REDCLIFFS Residents

Association is “extremely

disappointed” with the decision

against removing the rocks at

Clifton beach.

The group, which has been

advocating for the removal of the

rocks for more than two years,

said the beach is nothing like it

used to be before.

The rocks were brought to the

surface of the beach following

construction along the Coastal

Pathway and Main Rd.

In 2019 the city council sieved

the excess sand and removed

rocks more than 100mm from

the site, however, the Redcliffs

Residents Association said there

were still rocks present.

The decision comes after the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

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DISAPPOINTING: Rocks will remain on Clifton beach near

the Coastal Pathway.

Rocks to stay on beach

Community Board met with the

Christchurch Coastal Pathway

Group [the group].

During the meeting the group

advised the board that the rocks

“are not going to be a problem

in the future and it would be

pointless to remove the rocks and

a waste of council’s funds.”

However, Redcliffs Residents

Association chairwoman Christine

Toner said the beach can’t

be enjoyed like it was before as

the rocks prevent people from

walking along it.

“People would sit on the beach

in the sun and enjoy the smooth

sand but now that’s not possible,”

she said.

“It seems they’ve washed their

hands of a problem they’ve

caused.”

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New hoops bring back basketballers

• By Kristie Boland

BOUNCE: New youth workers Sunbeam Hope (left) and Eve Mickell with Lyttelton

Recreation Centre manager Nathan Mauger and volunteer Joseph Tyro, in front of the

new basketball hoops that were recently installed at the centre.

BRAND NEW basketball

hoops is what it took to attract

a significant number of new

faces to the Lyttelton Recreation

Centre.

Nathan Mauger, recently

appointed manager at the centre,

noticed there was a lot of keen

basketballers in the community,

but after taking a look at the

existing backboards and hoops

realised they were from when he

was in his youth – about 30 years

ago – and were well and truly

“past their last legs.”

He arranged for the new

basketball hoops, which were

sponsored by the Lyttelton Port

Company. Within 24 hours of

the hoops being put up, local

teenagers were playing basketball

for hours on end, Mauger said.

A basketball programme has

also been developed and runs on

Thursdays for ages 16 and up.

“It’s all self-managed, no refs,

just an honesty system. We ask

for a koha on the day and we

just make up teams and play. It’s

really relaxed, but you get a good

run for a couple of hours,” said

Mauger.

The recreation centre, in

conjunction with Pioneer

Basketball Club, also ran a

programme for 13-16 yearolds

recently and will have

a competition, the All Star

tournament, on December 16.

Mauger, a former Crusader,

said having a space for residents

to come in and be active was

important, with the ultimate

objective to encourage people to

get healthy through exercise and

sport.

He is following in the footsteps

of his late mother Christine, who

started a youth programme in

Lyttelton in the early 1990s and

later became chairwoman of the

Lyttelton community board.

South Canterbury DHB

Director of Māori Health Joseph

Tyro grew up in Lyttelton

and went along to the youth

programme every week.

In 2006, he was a youth leader

in Lyttelton and continues to

volunteer there and is now

on the board of the Lyttelton

Recreation Trust, which runs the

recreation centre and the youth

programme.

Tyro said it’s important to keep

young people connected and give

them a space to stay active.

“It’s about relationship,

connection, fitness and more,”

he said.

Tyro said the trust is hoping

to start up a new leadership and

wellness programme early

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Lawn bowls proves

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SUMNER PRIMARY

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hosted by Sumner and

Redcliffs bowls clubs.

The clubs ran a ‘Have

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progressing to coaching

sessions in October,

followed by the two

tournament afternoons

for the keen bowlers in

November.

Teams from Redcliffs,

Mt Pleasant, Sumner and

Heathcote primary schools

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Mural recognises sacred site

• By Kristie Boland

AFTER A year in the making,

a mural for Lyttelton’s new

community creative space – Te

Puna Auaha – was unveiled over

the weekend.

The site of

the mural, on

7 Norwich

Quay, is

a sacred

historical site

for hapu and

iwi. When

Hēmi Korako

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in 2012, due to the February 22,

2011, earthquake, it revealed

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deposits, including a broken

adze.

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the significance of the site into

consideration when he designed

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“The site is significant for its

association with Māori occupation

of this area and gives today

a glimpse back into the past,”

Korako said.

The painting forms the shape

of an eye and represents past,

present and future.

Korako was inspired by the

Māori proverb (Whakatauki):

Kia Whakatōmuri Te Haere

Whakamua which means: I walk

SIGNIFICANT: A Lyttelton mural that forms the shape of an eye and represents past,

present and future was unveiled over the weekend.

backwards into the future with

my eyes fixed on my past.

Korako explains the meaning

behind the painting: “The past

is central to this piece being the

circle representing the spiritual

realm of Te Ao Māori before

contact of outsider influence. It’s

acknowledging the environmental

forces that connect Māori to

our gods and the spiritual world.

Its about recognising and being

grounded within the Māori

world view, culture and history.

“In the centre it has three koru’s

that represent the three main

streams of migration that share

a connection to Whakaraupo

and make up our Iwi as we know

today and they are Waitaha, Kati

Mamoe and Kai Tahu.

“Then the present is flowing

out into the physical realm as

we know today, with both Māori

and Pakeha influence. Lastly, behind

all that is the future being

celestial where the spiritual and

physical meet and join together

into the poutama pattern to create

the future unfolding.”

Korako is the son of former

National MP Nuk Korako and

his wife Christine. He was born

and raised in Rāpaki O Te Rakiwhakaputa

The 24-year-old artist who also

works in conservation as a field

officer has always had a passion

for creativity.

“I won’t box myself in and

say I’m just a painter as I think

being a creative person, it

branches out into all aspects of

life just like any other human

and that’s how it should be,”

Korako said.

His passion and creativity

has evolved since he was a

child.

“True creativity to me is a style

or essence that everyone has and

it’s how they choose to express

themselves, to show who they are

in the truest sense.’’

Korako encourages others to

create what they want too.

“Self creation is self awareness

and therefore true creativity

is a process of understanding

yourself more for real,” he said.

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Treasures from the past:

Harbour master John Clark

Carl Bonniface shares the

story of his great, great

grandfather Captain John

William Clark

The Clark family, many of

whom were seamen, emigrated

from Scotland to Tasmania in

the early 1800s. John William

was born in Hobart in July 1834;

like many young men of that era

he ran away to sea at a young

age, first sailing between San

Francisco and Australia, then

onto steamers and service under

Captain McMeekan.

Captain Clark commanded

the Tarama, the Gilliesborg, the

Albion, the Alama Hamilton and

the Rungasooma. In 1862, aged

28, he was issued a special pilots

licence by the New South Wales

Government, appointing him

Pilot of Sydney Harbour (then

known as Port Jackson). Later,

he was master of the ship the

Chariot of Fame, which brought

colonial troops to the Waikato

Wars on 7 October 1863.

In 1866, Captain Clark

joined the intercolonial trading

company McMeekan and

Blackwood of Melbourne. When

the firm was taken over by the

Union Steamship Company in

1879, he came to Lyttelton as

master of the steam paddle tug

Lyttelton.

In 1885, Captain Clark became

harbour and dock master for the

Lyttelton Harbour Board, taking

over from the first harbour

master, Captain Hugh McLellan,

who had held that office

since 1877.

Clark famously sued the

Christchurch Press for libel for an

anonymous letter which claimed

that he “was grossly overpaid

– annoying and disturbing

the ships’ masters at port,

discourteous and irritating”.

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objects/709326/macdonalddictionary-record-johnwilliam-clark

Clark won the case and was

awarded 25 pounds damages

and the chance to clear his

reputation.

When Clark died in 1909 at the

age of 75, flags on all the steamers

in port and at the harbour

master’s office were flown at half

mast.

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CHP19090705.2.44

He was survived by his wife

Ellen, who died in 1944 at the

great age of 97. Their house at

3 Exeter St is still standing

today.

•Many thanks

to Bonniface

for sharing his

family history.

If you have a

story to tell of a

connection to

Lyttelton’s early

days, email

info@teuaka.

co.nz

Mt Pleasant Art & Craft

Christmas Market

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm

Having trouble deciding what

to buy for your loved ones this

Christmas? Head along to the

Christmas Art & Craft Market

and find that special gift. There

will be 30 stalls all filled with

hand-crafted New Zealand

made products for women, men

and children. Something for

everyone. This will be the final

art and craft market for the year

so don’t miss out.

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre

Email kristie.boland@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Summer with neighbours and

Te Ra Park opening

Saturday, noon

We are the official opening of

the park will include a ceremony

performed by Deputy Mayor

Andrew Turner, followed by a

blessing from Rev Michele Cherry.

From 1pm relax and enjoy

the park. Bring picnics, friends,

family and neighbours. Te Ra

Community Park.

Cnr Te Ra Cres and Waipapa

Ave

Children’s Nature Forage and

Educational Trail Walk

Saturday, 11am-12.30pm

Join Maria from The Butterfly

Musketeers and Meg from The

Spirit Garden. Banks Peninsula

foraging walk is a time to connect

with the land and all the

abundance it has to offer. The

walk is accessible for all children

and flat. The walk will be 90min

return. Tickets, $22 for adults

and $11 for children.

Meet at Taylors Mistake Surf

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Lyttelton Craft and treasures

market

Saturday, 9am-1pm

Jewellery, timber craft, clothing,

woollen handcrafts, toys,

natural body products and much

more. Meet the makers. Collett’s

Corner, next to the Lyttelton

Farmers market

Heathcote Valley Christmas

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Sunday, 10am-1pm

A Christmas market with

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plants and more. Sample some

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Port Hills Uniting Church hall,

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Sumner Bridge Club

Monday 7.15pm, Wednesday 1pm

The Fresh Air Christmas

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Sunday, 11am-3pm. Over

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

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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

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THE ARRIVAL of the Mazda3

hybrid last year was just the start

of the company’s foray into electric

vehicle production.

Mazda doesn’t do things halfheartedly,

their hybrid programme

has been extended to a radical new

vehicle that has just landed in New

Zealand, it is badged the MX-30

and design-wise it would sit in

the sport utility vehicle category,

but its cheeky, squat appearance

could also have it seen as a cutesy

hatchback.

Probably the most significant

thing about the MX-30’s design is

the freestyle rear doors; put simply,

they open rearwards offering access

to the rear seats. Three occupants

can be seated there, there are three

seat belts, but it is a little bit of a

squeeze for adults. Mazda, is no

stranger to this type of design, the

RX-8 had them along with some

extended cab Bounty utes.

It’s not just the look of the

MX-30 that captures attention,

the hybrid model has been joined

by a completely electric version,

whereas the hybrid has a 2-litre

petrol engine as well as an electric

motor, a system utilised in the

Mazda3, this evaluation focuses

on the exciting all-electric plug-in

version, a car that tells you Mazda

is serious about caring for the

environment in this age where

buyers are demanding electric

vehicles in a bid to combat climate

change.

The all-electric MX-30 lists at

$74,990, for interest’s sake the

hybrid sits at $46,790, both are

competitive in a market where

electric power is finding its

happy position in terms of

pricing. The full $8625 clean car

rebate is available on the all-electric

variant.

Both are high grade models,

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represents everything Mazda can

build into the model, the trim and

fitment is as you would expect from

Mazda these days, it is beautifully

finished and care and quality are

the manufacturing hallmarks.

In terms of specification the

Takami wants for nothing, there

is satellite navigation, keyless

entry and power switch, full

leather trim with heated seats and

heated steering wheel, advanced

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and the full suite of Mazda’s

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Australasian New Car Assessment

Program rating.

Mazda has made it easy to

understand the way the MX-

30 charges. There are three

fundamental procedures. If you

buy an MX-30 it will come with

what Mazda label a ‘wallbox.’ It’s

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That way it’s just a simple matter

of grabbing the cable and plugging

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of a three-pin domestic plug cable

and a type 2 DC cable that you

would use at an external rapid

charging station.

Mazda claims a 224km travelling

distance for the MX-30, slightly

more if you drive in an eco-friendly

manner, slightly less if the car

is under load. From empty the

MX-30 should gather a full charge

in around five hours using the

wallbox. By my reckoning they

are user-friendly figures, easily

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a weekend trip to visit relatives in

the urban townships.

As part of my evaluation I drove

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storage gauge was showing threequarters

when I left, and there

was about one-third charge left

when I got home after the 90km

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cruised at the legal speed limits so

it was an exercise where maximum

drain would have been taking

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Driving the MX-30 requires little

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I pushed hard into a couple

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directional accuracy is forceful

and grip from the low profile

Bridgestone tyres (215/55 x 18in) is

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The MX-30 utilises a front-strut/

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set-up, much the same as we have

experienced in Mazda3 and it

works well given its simplicity,

the spring and damper rates are

certainly biased towards comfort.

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In my introduction I mentioned

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MX-30, it’s very different to what

we would deem mainstream. If

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standout and, according to Mazda,

durable and sustainable.

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Find the perfect gift!

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Indoor Gerbera in

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Assorted

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Watering Can 10 Litre

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Tui

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Wednesday December 1 2021 Bay Harbour News 31

Gifts to spoil them!

Weber

Baby Q 1000 LPG BBQ

Small and portable but can cater big meals.

317366

$409

Sodastream

Jet Pepsi Max Pack 60 litre

Make sparkling water or soda at

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recycled.

384584

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Get Growing

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H: 220mm, W: 1350mm, D:

1350mm. Easy to assemble.

Made from NZ plantation

radiata pine.

109763

$125

DeWalt

Hammer Drill

Driver Kit 18 Volt

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and 0-1750 rpm. Ideal

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speed for your job.

369696

$259

Nutribullet

Digital Air Fryer 7 Litre

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Crisping tray. Recipe and user guide.

386329

$399

Kiwi Camping

Folding Trolley

An ideal companion for moving your tent

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when it’s too heavy to carry.

362216

$199

Mitre 10

Kids Foldable Workbench Set

H: 515mm, W: 350mm, D: 300mm. Ages 3+. 36

piece accessories.

382414

$125

Bakerstone

Pizza Oven Box

Cooks pizza in 2-4 mins.

236950

$199

Jobmate

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Brushcutter 20cm Cut

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Smart choke system for easy start.

304870

$199

Sunbeam

Espresso Machine

Mini barista espresso machine. Auto

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2 litre tank. Powerful steam wand.

376544

$399

Bestway

Steel Pro

Swimming Pool

3.66 x 0.76m. A

fantastic low cost

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323000

$199

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Easy Growing Planter 120 Litre

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a reservoir to prevent root decay or over

watering. H: 757mm, W: 1140mm, D:

493mm.

295740

$229

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Christmas

entertaining

Weber

Family

Q 3100

LPG BBQ

An absolute

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New Zealand

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375397

$969

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$1649

$149

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236304

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Powder coated aluminium frames. Wood look heat transfer

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378945

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Protects you and

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304376

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248033

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354042

heat output:

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353236

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Hanging Chair

Outdoor

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Corner Lounger

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with Ottoman

not included.

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337238

aluminum frames.

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2-year warranty.

378946

Nouveau

Serrano Outdoor Lounge Setting 4 Piece

Rust-resistant powder coated aluminium frame. 10mm allweather

wicker. Durable oldefin cushions. FSC 100% teak.

354103

Prices valid until Dec 8th or while stocks last.

Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead

1005 Ferry Road. Christchurch

Phone: 366 6306

Find us at: /MEGAFerrymead

Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday:

7am – 7pm

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays:

8am – 6pm

www.mitre10.co.nz/local/MegaFerrymead

Ferrymead

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