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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2021

Connecting Your Local Community

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20 March 2022

Finding new

friends a big role

for a small dog

Page 3

Teens set up

new longboard

competition

Page 16

EntriEs now opEn!

Cave

Rock

mast

resurrected

• By Kristie Boland

THREE YEARS of hard work

has paid off for Toni Pengelly

and the Sumner-Redcliffs

Historical Society – the historic

lights are shining again on top

of Cave Rock.

A navigational mast constructed

in 1864 to guide

shipping is alight again.

Sumner resident Pengelly

(inset) said as a child in the

1960s, the mast lighting was a

major event and an important

part of Christmas and Easter

celebrations.

“I’m thrilled to see them

back up there permanently and

in time for Christmas 2021,”

Pengelly said.

The community has raised

$6000 to fund the project.

• Turn to page 5

Bid to raise

$500,000

to upgrade

medical

centre

• By Kristie Boland

FUNDING IS needed for an

upgrade of the Diamond Harbour

Medical Centre to meet increasing

patient numbers, and to improve

access.

The first step in the consent

process for the upgrade has been

obtained from the city council.

The estimated cost is $500,000.

Discussions and preparations

for fundraising have started,

including applications for grants

for which the project qualifies.

A plea for donations has also

been made to the community

and businesses involved with

Diamond Harbour.

“We are really keen to keep

the great service of the medical

centre going,” Diamond Harbour

District Health Committee

chairwoman Gay Wood said.

It took only 24 hours for

residents to build the Diamond

Harbour Medical Centre 30 years

ago on council-provided land.

This followed some six years of

lobbying the then area health

board, Nurse Maude and the

Banks Peninsula District Council

for medical and nursing services

to the surrounding area.

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from the editor’s desk

THAT’S A fairly impressive

mast sitting on top of Cave

Rock (see page 1).

It could well be confused

for a religious symbol, but

it once had a practical use:

Guiding vessels through the

weather conditions, no doubt

a potential saviour of sorts to

many ships’ captains.

The signal house was damaged

in the 2011 earthquake

and in recent years Toni

Pengelly and the Sumner-Redcliffs

Historical Society have

been working hard to get the

navigational mast working

again.

The mast has special meaning

to Toni, with family using

news

it for assistance during their

time with the Sumner Lifeboat

Institution.

We also report today on

another fundraising effort

under way to help pay for a new

medical centre in Diamond

Harbour (see page 1).

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• By Kristie Boland

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NEWS 5

Improved access for disabled needed

• From page 1

Today, the land is leased

from the city council. The

Diamond Harbour and District

Health Support Group that

was set up when the building

was constructed, leases the

building to a group of medical

practitioners.

In 30 years, the population,

and the numbers of patients

registered to the centre, have

increased. Medical services are

provided to some 1200 patients

by the equivalent of 0.8 full-time

doctors and three nurses who

also provide district nursing

services.

Health provision has also

changed since 1991. Some

of these changes are as a

DESIGN: An artist’s impression of how the proposed upgrade will look.

consequence of the Covid-19

pandemic as well as progress

in health care systems and

practice. Infection control is

at the forefront with a need to

separate patients with respiratory

infections and to reduce contact

between patients.

The centre also needs improved

access for the disabled, and

greater storage and security for

both the equipment and medications

required by rural practices.

Currently, the provision of some

services is limited because of a

lack of physical space.

The Diamond Harbour and

District Health Support Group

is made up of community

members and is administered

by a committee that has to date

engaged a local architect to draw

up plans for an extended and

updated building.

Signal tower had historical importance to Sumner lifeboat

• From page 1

“We’re very grateful for very

generous donations from the

Scarborough Dippers and other

anonymous Sumner residents.

Thanks also to Gary Thompson,

Darran Hinfalaar and the team

at Aotea Electric”.

Cave Rock has significance for

the pilot/signal station which

provided assistance with navigation

of the Sumner bar for 50

years. The cross is a reflection of

the spiritual nature and culture

of Christian European settlement

in the area.

Cave Rock also known to

Māori as Tuawera, meaning ‘cut

down as if by fire’ has cultural

and spiritual significance for its

importance to tangata whenua.

The signal mast was built by

the then Sumner Borough council

in 1864.

Prior to the advent of electric

lights, the original signals on the

mast had specific meanings.

White and black canvas balls

strung from the mast informed

ship captains of the prevailing

weather and tidal conditions.

With the advent of electric

lighting, lights replaced the canvas

balls and as more advanced

communications systems were

developed, the mast lighting was

used to celebrate Easter, Anzac

Day, Christmas and significant

national events such as the coronation

of King George VI in 1937.

The community tradition of

lighting on the mast continued

until the February 22, 2011,

earthquake damaged the signal

house. Following it’s repair in

2016, the lighting was not reinstated.

Pengelly herself has a special

connection to the signal tower.

Her grandfather Jack Kerr

served as a crew member for the

Sumner Lifeboat Institution from

1940 to 1987. Her uncles Russ,

Barry and Lester also served

a number of decades on the

lifeboat.

During her grandfather’s time

as skipper, he relied on lighting

from the signal tower, which

served as their control tower, to

complete rescues.

The project is needing further

donations to cover the costs.

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NEWS 7

Community work honoured with top award

OUTSTANDING contributors

to the community in the Bay

Harbour News area have been

recognised with New Zealand

Rotary’s highest award.

A Paul Harris Fellow award

honours outstanding work and

achievements by individuals

who go beyond what is expected

of them in the community, and

place the needs of others before

their own. The award takes its

name from the founder of Rotary,

Paul Harris.

Ferrymead Rotary sought

nominations from six local community

organisations with which

it has worked. The awards were

presented at a function in the Mt

Pleasant Centre.

Ferrymead Rotary president

Heather Fear described the

occasion as “a significant event

for the club and a marvellous

success”.

She said: “Many accolades have

been received from representatives

of the organisations attending.”

The new Rotary Paul Harris

fellows are:

Derek McCullough: Derek

is past president and a current

committee member of the Mt

Pleasant Community Centre &

Residents’ Association. He was

heavily involved with the rebuild

of the centre, and maintaining

communication lines with the

community. He continues to

ACHIEVERS: Colin Meurk (left), Christina Murray, Derek McCullough, Bill Simpson and Jan

McLauchlan. John Taylor was absent on the presentation night and received his award

separately.

contribute as a volunteer in a

wide variety of ways.

Jan McLauchlan: Jan was both

president and secretary of the

Redcliffs Village Library before

stepping down to concentrate on

obtaining funding and overseeing

construction of the rebuild.

A life member of the library, she

continues to mentor and offer a

guiding hand to librarians, cover

absences, field inquiries, arrange

visits and repairs, and help with

events and activities – as well as

carrying out her own responsibilities.

Colin Meurk: Colin came up

with idea of a Christchurch 360

Trail 30 years ago, steered it to

fruition in 2015, and continues

to lead an annual, eight-day

walk of its 140-kilometre length.

In 1997 he helped establish the

Travis Wetland. His passion for

promoting native flora and fauna

was acknowledged by a New

Zealand Officer of Merit award

this year for supporting native

ecosystem restoration.

Christina Murray: Christina

has been involved with the

Learning Needs Library for 30

years. During that time, it has

evolved from a borrowed school

room into an independent

operation with its own building.

Her role is to liaise with funding

bodies to obtain monies to pay

for salaries and resources. She

also speaks at functions and

takes other opportunities to promote

the library’s services.

Bill Simpson: Bill is a longterm

member of the Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust and

has devoted hundreds of hours

towards ensuring the ecological

quality of the estuary and the

Charlesworth Reserve wetland

restoration is protected and

improved. He has served as the

trust’s chair and treasurer, has

researched the estuary’s history,

and written high-level communications

for funders and partners

as part of the trust’s advocacy.

John Taylor: John has played

a lead role in developing

a community agreement

between Rotary, the Antarctic

Society and the Department of

Conservation to maintain and

enhance the historic Scott Hut

at Godley Head. He has put a

lot of time, energy and funding

into establishing a planting

plan around the hut and has

commissioned picnic tables from

the Ara Institute of Canterbury.

New clinic provides

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A brand-new cosmetic clinic, Satini, has just

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Owned and operated by medical professional

Dr Nadja Haub, Satini offers an extensive range

of cosmetic treatments for men and women,

as well as lifestyle and nutritional advice to

help clients maintain optimum health and

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Originally trained as a paediatrician, Dr

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she began practising as a GP at New Brighton,

where she has been for the last 10 years.

Now, with the launch of Satini, Dr Haub

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her long held and deep interest in aesthetic

medicine.

“I wanted to help people by enhancing their

appearance, which would also help them to feel

happier and more confident,” she explains.

“Satini offers a holistic approach to aesthetic

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Dr Nadja Haub looks forward to welcoming clients at

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Wednesday December 8 2021 Bay Harbour News

Sign of the Bellbird lookout

A NEW lookout opposite the

Sign of the Bellbird featuring

stone walls and native

plantings will be under way

by February.

The Banks Peninsula

Community Board approved

a proposal to build the lookout

and upgrade the current sealed

parking area on a mix of city

council and Summit Road

Society land.

The society has organised

funding for the project and

construction is expected to

begin in February and to be

completed in April.

Along with the car park and

lookout, the plan includes a

flat area for a pou whenua and

a plaque commemorating the

work of Summit Road Society

founder John Jameson.

Built in 1914, the Sign of

the Bellbird is one of four rest

houses built by conservationist

and Member of Parliament

Henry (Harry) George Ell.

Society secretary Marie

Gray said the project has been

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“Discussion was happening

before the earthquakes. The

earthquakes derailed those

discussions so it wasn’t until

late 2018 that we started talking

about it again.

“It’s the fulfilment of a longheld

dream. This is a special

place in the harbour where

people will be able to go to

enjoy the iconic view.”

Gray said funding for the

project had come from a

number of different sources,

and it wouldn’t have been

possible without collaboration.

A commemorative plaque

to mark 150 years of Polish

settlement in Canterbury is

to be installed in the Sumner

Road Gardens opposite the

Lyttelton Police Station.

The plaque will sit on a

boulder and be dedicated to

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10

LETTERS

Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

IT IS PERHAPS no surprise that

the Christchurch Coastal Pathway

group ingratiated itself to the city

council by declaring the stones on

Clifton beach “are not going to be a

problem in the future and it would

be pointless to remove than” as Bay

Harbour News reported last week,

given the often tense relationship

the group has had with the council

staff over design issues and

funding in the past.

THe group would want to offer

every encouragement to the city

council to finish the pathway.

However, it is a surprise the

community board used this support

to declare an end to further

consideration of the matter. The

community board is grossly in

error to rely on the views of a small

group of unelected, unrepresentative

pathway activists, however well

meaning, to accept the severe degrading

of a popular sandy beach.

And to set aside the views of the

Redcliffs Residents Association and

the Sumner Community Residents’

Association which organisations

have been strenuously pressing for

a removal of the rocks.

This issue is one of compliance

by the city with a consent issued by

the regional council to undertake

work preparatory to building the

walkway. And when the stones and

rocks appeared on a formerly sand

only beach Environment Canterbury

issued the city with a notice

of requirement to remove them.

And then later withdrew that notice

without explanation.

Technical advice is that the very

great majority of all this stony

material can be removed in one

operation following the next period

of coastal erosion which will,

as has previously been observed,

concentrate the rocks in a single

accessible layer.

The Coastal Pathway Group’s

views on this matter are not

correct and the community board’s

response are not the end of the

matter.

– Martin Ward

Redcliffs

I AM WRITING in response to the

article in Bay Harbour News (December 1),

‘Rocks to stay on beach’.

Either way that the eye can see from a

few rocks deposited on the Rapanui, Shag

Rock end of Sumner Beach are enviable

facilities and natural resources the community

can enjoy.

We are very fortunate to live in one of

the jewels of the crown. A new surf club,

library and community centres both in

Sumner and Mt Pleasant, new paving and

planters, coupled with a stunning coastal

pathway.

I feel embarrassed that the Redcliffs Residents

Association would inject so much

energy into such a trivial matter as the said

rocks.

I can’t say I’ve ever seen many families

picnic down that end of the beach

over my last three decades of being a

resident. I can hear the mockery from

our eastside cousins, as they look over,

laughing in mockery.

The glass is half full . . . let’s enjoy and

celebrate it as such.

–Andrea Heffernan

Redcliffs

We want to hear your views

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Send emails to:

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rejected at Star Media’s discretion.

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16

NEWS

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THREE SUMNER teens

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competition for young

longboarders.

Point Surf Team junior club

members Charlie Wise, Will

Jamieson and Jack Tyro saw

a gap in the market for longboarding

events in Sumner so

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“It’s all about bringing the

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The trio also wanted to use

the event as a way to help raise

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a non-profit organisation that

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young people of all abilities

through surfing, skating and

skiing while focusing on their

health and wellbeing.

Thanks Foundation, which

will be filming the event, will

be gifted with the proceeds

from the competition in the

form of equipment to help

towards their film-making

programme.

Charlie, Will and Jack

FLOW: Will Jamieson practising for the Exit Surf Tuawera Longboard Classic.

got together with contest

director Steve Tyro in early

November to discuss running

a competition in the Sumner

area that was affordable and

accessible to anyone who

wanted to compete.

The Exit Surf Tuawera Longboard

Classic will be held on

December 18 at the Esplanade

in Sumner, with open and U20

divisions. The one-day event

will feature longboarding and

original short boards pre-1985.

They hope to attract 72

surfers, the maximum number

for a one-day event.

Head judge Grant

Cochrane said “the judges

will be encouraged to reward

traditional longboarding

moves performed with style

and flow in critical parts of the

wave.”

Steve Tyro said: “Even

though community and fun is

a priority, the competition will

be hot.”

ORGANISERS: Jack Tyro

(left), Will Jamieson and

Charlie Wise.

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Wednesday December 8 2021 Bay Harbour News 19

WITH MARY IN FAITH

TĀTOU KO MERE E WHAKAPONO ANA

Message from the

Board

Courage, Commitment and

Perseverance, three of Marian

Colleges core values have been the

mainstay of College activities as the

2021 school year draws to an end.

It has been an incredibly busy time

for Marian College as students

prepare for exams and farewell the

Year 13 students.

In spite of the uncertainty of the

pandemic, and with many end of

year events cancelled, the staff and

students have created ways to ensure

the special traditions of the college

have continued.

The senior prizegivings were live

streamed to enable parents and

caregivers the opportunity to celebrate

student achievements the courage

and commitment of all our students.

Dux of the College: Malaika Sequeira Marian College Special Prize Award winners: Olivia Tippen, Valelia Taaso, Georgia Woods,

Taylor Fasi-Fidow, Niamh Ryan and Malaika Sequeira

Although virtually, it felt even more

special to be able to share this moment in

these challenging times. Congratulations

to all our academic, sporting, cultural

and service award recipients. A special

mention to Malaika Sequeira who was

awarded Dux of the College, Olivia

Tippen who was Proxime accessit and

Taylor Fasi-Fidow who received the The

McKillop Trophy - The Supreme Award for

Service and Loyalty to Marian College.

Congratulations too must go to Kate Taylor

who was recently signed by the Wellington

Phoenix and last week announced as their

vice-captain.

After much perseverance, work on the new

school site has commenced and

already we are able to physically

see the plans come to life- where

classrooms and gathering spaces

will be, and how large the structure

is.

It is exciting to think Marian

College will finally be on the site in

2023.

To our 2021 Marian College school

leavers we wish you well and know

you leave our school as faith-filled

learners.

“It takes faith to follow your

dreams and courage and

perseverance to reach them”

Noho ora mai,

Carmel Gregan-Ford

Chair, Marian College Board

National Treasure makes an impression

Progress Update: New School

Marian College recently hosted the Ko

Hata Maria, te Matua Wahine o te Atua

artwork which has been travelling

around the country.

The National Shrine to Mary, the

Mother of God was commissioned in

2020 to celebrate Bishop Pompallier’s

dedication of the Feast

of the Assumption of

Mary into Heaven to

Aotearoa. It was unveiled

on August 15 this

year – which is also

our Feast Day at Marian

College.

Rangiora based artist

Damian Walker created

a vision of Madonna and

Child with an emphasis

on kotahitanga. He collaborated

with Anthony

Te Keepa to grow his

knowledge of Te Ao

Maori and to ensure he

was connecting with

authentic voices to help

steer the project.

“The work has a distinctly

New Zealand depiction of

Mary, emphasising the unity of tangata

whenua with all the other peoples

who have come to live alongside them

in the partnership of bi-culturalism,

called to live the same faith and baptism,

each in their unique way,” Mr

Walker said.

Marian College Year 9 student Stella

Jones said she was interested to learn

about the deep connection the artwork

had to Marian College.

Caitlin Merritt

said the artwork

“gave a really good

perspective on the

Maori culture and

Holy Spirit”.

“I think it’s just

a really beautiful

painting,” she

said.

Myra Fidow, Director

of Ministry,

said it was very

special to have

been included in

the painting’s hikoi

and especially

to have hosted it

on the morning of

the Year 13 Leaver’s

Breakfast so

those students also had the

opportunity to see it.

The artwork will be permanently

housed at St Mary of the Angels in

Wellington.

Work is underway on the new Marian College site in Papanui.

The estimated $25 million development on Lydia Street was designed

by architect Sheppard & Rout with Armitage Williams leading the

construction. Work began on the site in October with the demolition of

the southern end of the building where the sports field, which will be

shared with St Joseph’s Primary School, will go. Excavation work and

strengthening the steel structures in the building is due to begin. The new

school will open in 2023.

FEAST DAY: Despite the nationwide lockdown in August coinciding with

Marian College’s Feast Day, the highly-anticipated event was instead held

outside at the end of September. Students practiced hard for the House

Singing Competition and it was Deans House who took out the coveted title

for the first time in almost a decade! Well done Deans!

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Christmas at the Museum

Until December 31

Imagine stepping back in history into

a colonial lounge or settler’s cottage at

Christmas time. The Okains Bay museum

will feature displays of Christmas trees

throughout the museum’s buildings

and collection spaces. Visitors will be

transported back in time to a Christmas

night over 100 years ago, with uniquely

designed trees decorated by talented

local groups and individuals. Normal

admission costs apply. Adults $15

Okains Bay and Maori Colonial Museum

Technology Help Drop-In Session

Wednesday, 2-3pm

Do you need help using your

smartphone, iPad, or tablet? Head along to

the drop-in sessions for help with email,

searching the internet, using the library

catalogue, eBooks, and general computer

Email kristie.boland@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Summer with your

neighbours and Te Ra Park

opening – this Saturday

from noon. The official

opening ceremony will

be performed by Deputy

Mayor Andrew Turner,

followed by a blessing from

Rev Michele Cherry. From

1pm onwards relax and

enjoy the park with friends.

Te Ra Community Park,

cnr Te Ra Cres and Waipapa

Ave, Diamond Harbour.

queries. Take your laptop, tablet, or

smartphone for help with anything digital.

Free, no bookings required.

Lyttelton Library

Photography Exhibition

Until January

Call in and view the work of three

Sumner photographers Rose Cameron,

Jon Turner and Jan Taylor. Open when the

signs are out at The Rock. Phone 027 652

4334 for more info.

The Rock, 10 Wakefield Ave, Sumner

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

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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9 10

11

12

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15 16 17

18 19 20

21 22 23

24

10/12

Across

1. One of the rolling stones? (6)

8. European capital dweller, an upright type

(5)

9. One doesn’t agree to things (7)

11. Packed in as a simile they’re small and

fishy (8)

12. There is scope, if the opening move

hasn’t been started (5)

15. The wheel centre may be found in a

church (4)

16. It is curious, a number such as nine (3)

17. It comes out of a daze and is of cutting

use (4)

19. They cover wounds, do blacklegs (5)

21. One says we’d adapted to crab-like

walking (8)

24. Own flesh is the concern of one who is so

disposed (7)

25. Cereal it goes hard to go against (5)

26. One who murders a sort of whale (6)

Down

2. There isn’t enough in this book for eggwhite

(5)

3. Could Eve be his in the apiarist’s garden?

(8)

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5. A priggish person can be quietly uncivil (5)

6. A sign that means nothing to adult males

(4)

7. They may be soldiers, the hill-dwellers (4)

10. When one was young and life was a

picnic? (5,4)

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(4)

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14. It isn’t so much minus (4)

18. Sort of music to make a comeback? (5)

20. Put in stitches as bet perhaps (5)

21. Start the race, we are told, for pudding (4)

22. End a difference with the chapter head

(4)

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Fill the grid so that every column, every row and 3x3

box contains the digits 1 to 9.

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QUICK CROSSWORD

1 2 3 4 5 6

7

8 9

10 11

12

13 14

15 16

17 18 19

20

21 22

23 24

Across

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4. Workplace (6)

8. Hallway (7)

9. Topmost (5)

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24. Ogle (4)

Down

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6. Skip or dance about (5)

7. Group of lions (5)

8. Swanky (4)

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14. Make a face (7)

15. Sauce made from

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16. Delight (4)

18. Type of coffee (5)

20. In good health (4)

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REAL ESTATE

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Offering three double bedrooms all with

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There is a garden shed has had many years

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Off street parking with plenty of room to add

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Many happy years have gone into making the

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a flourishing garden. Here fruit trees,

vegetables and herb gardens blend in with

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Children and pets will just love this home.

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( prior to at vendors discretion). Buyers over

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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ACT 1991

CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL

Notice of Council Decision Proposed

Plan Change 8 – Papakāinga/Kāinga

Nohoanga Zone – Rule Amendments

The Christchurch City Council at its meeting on 2 December 2021

has made its decision on Proposed Plan Change 8 – Papakāinga/

Kāinga Nohoanga Zone – Rule Amendments. The Council has

adopted the Commissioner’s recommendation that the plan

change be approved with some minor modification.

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viewing online at ccc.govt.nz/papakaingakainga-nohoanga-zoneplan-change/

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SUPER

Bristol Chair

500

DAYS

SPECIAL

SUPER

SPECIAL

WAS $1249

$

1129

WAS $199

$

189

Lending criteria, $50 Annual Account Fee, fees, Ts&Cs apply. Standard Interest Rate

(currently 25.99%p.a.) applies to any outstanding balance at end of interest free period.

Offer ends 20 December 2021. Min spend and exclusions may apply, $55 Establishment Fee or

$35 Advance Fee applies to Long Term Finance Purchases.

WAS $899

$

839

Madrid Table

L1800 W900 H750mm

Madrid Buffet

SUPER

SPECIAL

Tekapo Outdoor Dining 11 Piece Extension

Raglan Bedroom

Collection

WAS $2399

$

2199

When sold separately

Tekapo Table $1099 $999

Tekapo Chair $169 $139

Queen Bed $1319 $1219

Bedside $399 $369

Chest $1249 $1129

SUPER

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SPECIAL

Lift Up Base

Mattress not included

Single $489 $449

King Single $509 $459

Double $689 $629

Queen $739 $659

King $899 $759

FROM

$

449

QUALITY

FURNITURE

Affordable

PRICE TAG

Riviera Mattress

Single $489 $449

King Single $509 $469

Double $609 $559

Queen $729 $669

King $799 $739

California King $879 $809

5 Year Warranty

FROM

$

449

FREE

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SAT-SUN 10AM – 5:30PM

0800 268 264

500 Days Interest free terms: In-store only purchases $499 & over. Ends 31 December 2021. Exclusions may

apply. Lending criteria, $50 Annual Account Fee, fees, Ts&Cs apply. Standard Interest Rate (currently 25.99%

p.a.) applies to any outstanding balance at end of interest free period.$55 Establishment Fee or $35 Advance

Fee applies to Long Term Finance Purchases. See in-store for full T&C’s


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Wednesday December 8 2021 Bay Harbour News 29

Ray White Ferrymead

Ready When You Are!

Phone (03) 3844 179 | Email prier.manson@raywhite.com

rwferrymead.co.nz /RayWhiteFerrymead

Prier Manson Ltd. (Licensed REAA 2008)


30 Bay Harbour News Wednesday December 8 2021 Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

Not sure what to get?

Here are some suggestions

0-1 Year Olds

Plush toys, Soft material books, Building blocks, Bath toys

A Little Ray of Giving

is back at Ray White

Ferrymead & Lyttelton!

To get behind this wonderful cause, drop a

present (new & unwrapped) into Ray White

Ferrymead before Tuesday 14th December

and we’ll make sure it gets to a deserving family

staying at the Ronald McDonald House South

Island this Christmas.

We will supply the gift tags and wrapping.

Thank you in advance for any contribution

you make.

Please drop gifts to: Ray White Ferrymead,

21 Humphreys Drive, Ferrymead.

2-3 Year Olds

Toy cars, Picture books, Soft dolls, Play sets

4-5 Year Olds

Easy puzzles, Learning Books, Colouring in sets, Toy cars, Dolls

6-8 Year Olds

Board games, Lego, Art & Craft sets, Action figures

9-12 Year Olds

Science kits, Childrens novels, Educational games

Teenagers

Sports balls, Books, Vouchers

Parents

Books, Magazines, Vouchers (food/petrol/beauty), Chocolates

Gifts to Avoid

Large gifts, Paints and play dough, Toy guns, Bows/Arrows

WELCOME TO THE FAMILY

Ahmad Sultani is now part of the team at

Ray White Ferrymead

A passionate salesman and recent addition to the Ray White Ferrymead team, Ahmad’s character ooze’s reliability,

honesty, efficiency and strong work ethic.

Having already established business ventures that give him an edge in the housing market, Ahmad is immensely

enthusiastic about real estate and providing a first-class real estate service to his clients.

With the support of the long-standing Ray White team, Ahmad continues to learn and grow within the industry.

So, for your next real estate decision, you’ll need the services of this talented professional.

Call Ahmad today on 021 104 7115 or ahmad.sultani@raywhite.com

J O I N O U R T E A M !

Y O U R D R I V E - O U R B A C K I N G

Join the team at Ray White Ferrymead

Now is the time to start your new Real Estate Career!

We are searching for determined, collaborative, results-driven and fun

individuals looking to take their career to the next level in 2022.

If you have ever considered a career in Real Estate, this is your chance.

If this sounds like you, take a shot and contact

James Shepherd on 027 554 5046 | james.shepherd@raywhite.com

Ray White Ferrymead | rwferrymead.co.nz | 03 384 4179 | prier.manson@raywhite.com | Prier Manson Limited Licensed REAA 2008


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Wednesday December 8 2021 Bay Harbour News 31

We Are Priced To Sell ... Call Me Now!

11 Harmans Road, Lyttelton

Perfectly positioned on Harmans Road, offering expansive views out over the harbour and bays, this

1236m 2 parcel of land allows for plenty of opportunities. Build your dream home or with dual services

consider the possibility to subdivide (subject to CCC consents). The section comes with an existing

resource consent for a 3 bedroom house (approximately 108m 2 plus a covered parking space) and has a

second resource consent pending for another 3 bedroom house (approximately 196m 2 including a double

garage, an extra parking space for a boat/caravan/trailer and a large deck).

Ideally positioned a short distance from the Lyttelton village and only moments away from tunnel access to

Christchurch.

I have an extremely motivated vendor so now is the time to take advantage. This is an opportunity not to be

missed!

Information pack including Geotechnical reports available on request.

I’m Back ... How Lucky Are You!

24a Cornwall Road, Lyttelton

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car garaging

This elevated contemporary three bedroom, two bathroom home is well positioned and privately tucked

away in the sunny spot of Cornwall Road in the heart of the village, this home represents good harbour

living with stunning views. After a maintenance issue was repaired we are ready to go! Building Inspection

report will be provided. Comprising of three good sized bedrooms, all with built in wardrobes and the main

bedroom featuring ensuite and walk in robe. Double glazing throughout with skylights providing a lovely

natural light. Creating warmth will be no problem with the log burner and heat pump. A modern kitchen

plus renovated main bathroom. An Intimate deck off the living space captures the ever-changing port and

sea views. Entertaining is delightful with a north facing courtyard where you can soak up the tranquil hill

environment. All of this plus double internal garaging and off-street parking. Wander down the hill to the

amazing vibe of the bustling village, this is lifestyle living at its best, walking tracks and other leisure pursuits,

Saturday markets, fabulous eateries and bespoke shops, why would you want to live anywhere else.

Contact Yvette for further information.

Section 1236m 2 Yvette Wright

M. 020 4172 1510

E. yvette.wright@raywhite.com

Request an Inspection

Enquiries over $299,000

www.raywhite.co.nz/OPA30096

Yvette Wright

M. 020 4172 1510

E. yvette.wright@raywhite.com

Request an Inspection

Price by Negotiation

www.raywhite.co.nz/OPA30116

Loans Loans made made

simple.

First Home First Home Buyers Buyers

Investors Investors

Refinancing Refinancing

My service My service comes comes

at no at cost no cost to you. to you.

Antonia Antonia McAtamney,Mortgage Adviser Adviser

021 469 021 244 469 244

antonia.mca@loanmarket.co.nz

loanmarket.co.nz/antonia-mcatamney

WELCOME TO THE FAMILY

Rebecca Joy is now part of the team at

Ray White Ferrymead

When considering a real estate agent, homeowners can approach Rebecca in confidence ensuring the utmost

professionalism when selling their home. Rebecca’s ability to build trust & credibility with buyers & sellers ensures she

is your ideal choice to negotiate your next real estate transaction.

Easily relatable, mother of two boys, Rebecca has been both a purchaser and investor. The love of the outdoors and

especially activities on the sea, this is both her relaxation and recreation.

A teacher for many years has now led Rebecca to serve the community in a different way, giving a professional

concierge service dedicated to getting your home sold & sold well!

Call Rebecca today on 027 760 3777 or rebecca.joy@raywhite.com

Ray White Ferrymead | rwferrymead.co.nz | 03 384 4179 | prier.manson@raywhite.com | Prier Manson Limited Licensed REAA 2008


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PROUDLY

SOLD

36 Stoke Street, Sumner $1,345,000 10a Denman Street, Sumner $860,000

PROUDLY RAY WHITE

14 London Street, Lyttelton

6 Duncan Street, Sumner $995,000

23 Bay View Road, Redcliffs $865,000

4/56 Nayland Street, Sumner $934,500

158 Main Road, Redcliffs

174 Soleares Ave, Mt Pleasant $1,760,000

11 Ticehurst Road, Lyttelton $520,000

1/80 McCormacks Bay Road, Mt Pleasant $731,000

2/37b Main Road, Redcliffs $550,000

4a de Thier Lane, Sumner $1,500,000

Ray White Ferrymead

Phone (03) 3844 179 | Email prier.manson@raywhite.com

rwferrymead.co.nz | /RayWhiteFerrymead Prier Manson Ltd. (Licensed REAA 2008)

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