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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY <strong>16</strong>, <strong>2022</strong><br />

Connecting Your Local Community<br />

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20 March <strong>2022</strong><br />

Fire chief<br />

Bob Palmer’s<br />

community spirit<br />

Page 8<br />

Bring a<br />

team for<br />

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Page 15<br />

EntriEs now opEn!<br />

$25k to get new turf over the line<br />

• By Kristie Boland<br />

THIS IS what the new Mt Pleasant<br />

Primary School all-purpose turf<br />

will look like when it’s finished<br />

– the problem is $25,000 is still<br />

needed to complete it.<br />

The project, started by the PTA,<br />

will cost $238,300.<br />

Fundraising efforts to replace<br />

the old turf (right), including a<br />

school art exhibition, the annual<br />

quiz night, grants and donations,<br />

have contributed a big part of<br />

the money raised so far, but have<br />

fallen short.<br />

•Turn to page 7<br />

Board<br />

addressed<br />

over<br />

haulout<br />

issues at<br />

Naval Point<br />

• By Kristie Boland<br />

NAVAL POINT Club Lyttelton<br />

is frustrated with the issues it is<br />

facing and feels the club has been<br />

placed in a “vulnerable position”<br />

with regard to its haulout.<br />

Club manager Richard<br />

Matterson addressed the Banks<br />

Peninsula Community Board<br />

on Monday to update the board<br />

on the current issues the club is<br />

facing.<br />

Naval Point is one of the few<br />

areas in Christchurch where<br />

boats can be launched in all<br />

tides and is also one of the only<br />

flat recreation areas in and<br />

around Lyttelton.<br />

Well aware that <strong>2022</strong> is election<br />

year, the club is considering<br />

options to raise public awareness<br />

and bring pressure at a political<br />

level of the concerns they have.<br />

The club is the incumbent<br />

operator of a haulout, where<br />

boats are brought ashore, at<br />

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On Monday, Naval Point<br />

Club Lyttelton addressed the<br />

Banks Peninsula Community<br />

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Matterson says they are “well<br />

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Options the club is considering<br />

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Community board hopefuls<br />

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Extension for septic tank<br />

consent unlikely – ECan<br />

• By Kristie Boland<br />

BIRDLINGS FLAT residents<br />

are unlikely to get the extension<br />

they had hoped for on their<br />

septic tank discharge consents.<br />

Last week <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

News revealed some residents<br />

had received letters from<br />

Environment Canterbury<br />

informing them that their<br />

resource consent, which had<br />

been granted for 15 years, was<br />

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they needed to apply for a new<br />

consent for discharge.<br />

Confused residents are hoping<br />

to get more clarity about their<br />

right to discharge from a septic<br />

tank from August onwards.<br />

Resident Jared Banks said<br />

they had a “bio-type system”<br />

that the previous owner had<br />

installed and had consented.<br />

“It’s all a bit bonkers. Not sure<br />

what else the council wants out<br />

of us as there is no council-type<br />

system to connect to,” Banks<br />

said.<br />

A 15-year consent was<br />

originally granted to the<br />

residents who received the<br />

letters from ECan.<br />

WASTE: Some Birdlings Flat residents have been told<br />

they will need to apply for a new consent to discharge<br />

their septic tanks.<br />

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An ECan spokesperson said<br />

when the 15-year consents<br />

were granted, the council<br />

was considering options<br />

for a reticulated wastewater<br />

treatment system in the<br />

area. However, because of<br />

the earthquakes, this never<br />

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Banks Peninsula Community<br />

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said the community board had<br />

asked ECan to grant another<br />

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original 15-year consents.<br />

“Council have not had a<br />

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Residents would be required<br />

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While no formal decisions<br />

have been made regarding<br />

an extension, an ECan<br />

spokesperson said it was<br />

unlikely one would be granted.<br />

“Based on the nature of the<br />

discharge being human waste,<br />

and the proposed period of 10<br />

years relative to the lifespan of<br />

a new system, it is unlikely that<br />

an extension would be granted,”<br />

the spokesperson said.<br />

Peden said residents felt<br />

“singled out” because others<br />

with systems much older than<br />

theirs would not be affected.<br />

However, many of the older<br />

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to were built prior to 2013 and<br />

were authorised under the Land<br />

and Water Regional Plan.<br />

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NEWS 3<br />

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BRITISH HOTEL SELLS<br />

The iconic British Hotel in lyttelton<br />

has been sold. Ray White real estate<br />

agent Mike Shine said the buyer,<br />

who he declined to identify, has<br />

plans to restore the building on the<br />

corner of Oxford St and Norwich<br />

Quay. Shine said there had been<br />

strong interest in the building both<br />

here and overseas. Previous owners<br />

Rebecca Lovell-Smith and Christian<br />

Carruthers bought the building<br />

post-quakes and restored the first<br />

two floors.<br />

NO STREET LIGHTS TRIAL<br />

GETS UNDER WAY<br />

Birdlings Flat street lights will be<br />

turned off for a six-month trial<br />

period starting this week. A total<br />

of 68 responses to last year’s survey<br />

requested no lights. Three months<br />

into the trial, three lights will be<br />

installed on Clifton St where there<br />

was support for LED lighting.<br />

Towards the end of the trial a survey<br />

will be sent out to all residents to<br />

provide feedback on the permanent<br />

solution.<br />

GOODALL FINISHES SIXTH<br />

IN COAST-TO-COAST<br />

Lyttelton’s Sam Goodall was sixth<br />

in the 40th anniversary Kathmandu<br />

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Wednesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>16</strong> <strong>2022</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

• By Kristie Boland<br />

REGREENING Barnett Park,<br />

a predator-free Redcliffs and<br />

reducing sediment discharge<br />

into the estuary are among the<br />

top priorities for the Redcliffs<br />

Residents Association this<br />

year.<br />

Secretary Pat McIntosh said<br />

it was very supportive of the<br />

regreening of the park initiative<br />

and will be helping to administer<br />

an $8950 grant.<br />

The grant was recently<br />

handed out by the city council’s<br />

sustainability fund to cover the<br />

work of removing pest species<br />

and regenerating the park.<br />

Regreening the park is an<br />

initiative by a group of volunteers<br />

working on the regeneration and<br />

ecological improvement of the<br />

park.<br />

The association will also be<br />

advocating for the reduction<br />

of sediment discharge into the<br />

estuary through the creation<br />

of a wetland in the park and<br />

proper monitoring and control<br />

of stormwater and run-off from<br />

building sites.<br />

McIntosh said the association<br />

opposed the planned route of<br />

the Estuary Green Edge Pathway<br />

through the Bromley bird reserve<br />

and is calling for a rahui on<br />

shellfish gathering in the estuary<br />

to protect stocks from<br />

depletion.<br />

The association would also<br />

like to see the public toilets at<br />

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DEDICATED: Redcliffs Residents Association member<br />

Martin Ward and volunteer Cynthia Roberts get stuck in<br />

during a working bee at Barnett Park, while volunteers<br />

enjoy a post-weeding wind down with cheese scones and<br />

cups of tea.<br />

Green priorities for residents’ group<br />

Redcliffs Village replaced.<br />

“Potentially in Moncks<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> as part of the car park<br />

redevelopment and Coastal<br />

Pathway works,” said<br />

McIntosh.<br />

They will also be lobbying the<br />

city council to reduce the speed<br />

limit through Redcliffs.<br />

“This is clearly supported by<br />

a majority of residents,” said<br />

Mcintosh.<br />

The association aims to<br />

ensure the city council takes<br />

responsibility for the damage<br />

to Clifton Beach done by its<br />

seawall works, and removes the<br />

remaining rocks from the sand,<br />

said McIntosh.<br />

While keeping residents<br />

updated on local issues and<br />

activities, McIntosh said it would<br />

be pressing city council to restore<br />

the grassed area in Beachville<br />

Esplanade, take care of parks<br />

and roadside plantings, and<br />

deal with the coastal erosion in<br />

Beachville Reserve.<br />

Under consideration at the<br />

next association meeting will be<br />

the exclusion of jet skis on the<br />

estuary due to what McIntosh<br />

said are persistent problems<br />

with users breaking the fiveknot<br />

speed limit.<br />

It will also be seeking<br />

ways to promote the<br />

archaeological importance of the<br />

Redcliffs area and considering<br />

ways to encourage dog owners to<br />

keep their pets on leads around<br />

the estuary edge.<br />

NEWS 5<br />

Land use<br />

tops list for<br />

association<br />

THE DIAMOND <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

Community Association<br />

is prioritising advocating<br />

for community views on<br />

developments, including the<br />

wharf upgrade and an appropriate<br />

future use of the Godley House<br />

site.<br />

Chairman Nathan Graham said<br />

the association will continue to be<br />

involved in reserve management,<br />

as well as supporting the progress<br />

of the Head to Head Walkway.<br />

He said it will also continue to<br />

manage the Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

community hall and make sure it<br />

is the “best possible resource for<br />

the community”.<br />

“A priority this year will be<br />

to reduce the centre’s ecological<br />

footprint with moves being made<br />

to install some solar panels,”<br />

Graham said.<br />

“The association will also assist<br />

in engaging with the community,<br />

if any council land is to be sold/<br />

developed (for example the area<br />

at the top of Whero Ave/Hunters<br />

Rd), so that the best outcomes for<br />

the community are achieved.”<br />

He said the association will be<br />

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NEWS 7<br />

COUNT: The annual survey of bird populations on Te<br />

Waihora/Lake Ellesmere takes place on Saturday.<br />

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The turf, currently under<br />

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for training sessions once it’s<br />

completed.<br />

If the project is completed by<br />

winter, other local hockey, football<br />

and netball teams will also<br />

benefit from the all-purpose turf.<br />

Project manager and school<br />

parent Christina Freeman said<br />

Covid-19 has made it hard and<br />

the restrictions led to many<br />

smaller fundraising events being<br />

cancelled.<br />

“At the moment, our school<br />

parents and wider community<br />

members are unable to see the<br />

progress due to current pick up/<br />

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Freeman said.<br />

“It’s a real shame as we just<br />

need support to cross this final<br />

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The turf area will be 30m<br />

wide and 33m long with a multi-sport<br />

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The school and board of<br />

trustees are doing everything<br />

possible to raise the final<br />

$25,000, Freeman said.<br />

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Birders needed<br />

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VOLUNTEERS ARE urgently<br />

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bird populations on Te Waihora/<br />

Lake Ellesmere on Saturday.<br />

Volunteers just need to know<br />

their birds and be prepared to<br />

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Since 2013, an annual census of<br />

the bird life around the lake has<br />

been conducted. The Waihora<br />

Ellesmere Trust co-ordinates the<br />

count along with Birds NZ, the<br />

city council and the Department<br />

of Conservation.<br />

The count is supported by<br />

the Selwyn District Council,<br />

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Keystone Ecology and a number<br />

of volunteers, with a range of bird<br />

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Teams of four-to-five<br />

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Council teams are responsible<br />

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‘Saving a life is probably up there as<br />

the most satisfying thing you can do’<br />

PHOTO:<br />

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ON DUTY: Bob Palmer has been a volunteer fire fighter for<br />

35 years and chief fire officer for Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> for five<br />

years. Above - Palmer (left) with fellow Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

fire brigade volunteers Micki Bell, Jim Pollard and Nathan<br />

Graham after a rescue.<br />

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Kristie Boland talks to<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> chief<br />

Bob Palmer<br />

A FIREMAN of 35 years, a<br />

policeman of 34 years and an<br />

ambulance officer of <strong>16</strong> years,<br />

Bob Palmer is someone you want<br />

to have around.<br />

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

community has had Palmer and<br />

his wife Nicky for over 40 years<br />

now.<br />

A highly skilled man with<br />

a humble, down-to-earth<br />

personality, Palmer has worn the<br />

uniform of all three emergency<br />

services with pride.<br />

“My wife was never very happy<br />

because I’ve got a closet full of<br />

uniforms,” he said.<br />

When Palmer married Nicky,<br />

they were looking to live in<br />

Lyttelton.<br />

“It was a bleak day in Lyttelton,<br />

then we looked across at<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> and all the<br />

bluffs had lovely sunshine on<br />

them so we went for a drive, saw<br />

a for sale sign, gave them a ring,<br />

first house we looked at and we<br />

bought it.”<br />

The house, on the same street<br />

as the fire station, is where they<br />

have lived ever since.<br />

They have three children – two<br />

live in Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> and<br />

are also a part of the brigade.<br />

Born in Sydenham, Palmer<br />

lost both of his parents to illness<br />

when he was just 10 and was<br />

brought up in children’s homes.<br />

He went to Burnside High<br />

School and worked a number of<br />

jobs in his early adult life before<br />

joining the police in 1973.<br />

For 34 years, Palmer travelled<br />

up and down the country doing<br />

various work for the force.<br />

In 1985, he joined the<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> Volunteer<br />

Fire Brigade.<br />

While volunteering at the<br />

brigade and working at the<br />

Lyttelton Police Station, Palmer<br />

said he became interested in the<br />

number of medical emergency<br />

calls the brigade was getting and<br />

decided they needed to upskill.<br />

So, <strong>16</strong> years ago, he joined St<br />

John as a volunteer.<br />

“Volunteer people tend to do<br />

more volunteer work than they<br />

should, they just get drawn to it<br />

somehow. I only do it because<br />

I enjoy it. I wouldn’t do it if I<br />

didn’t like it,” Palmer said.<br />

He attained an ambulance officer<br />

level and after retiring from<br />

the police in 2005, worked for<br />

St John in the communications<br />

centre and later on the road as a<br />

medical alarm rep.<br />

Now retired, Palmer remains<br />

on the St John Banks Peninsula<br />

area committee.<br />

He has been chief fire officer in<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> for five years.<br />

Palmer said one particular<br />

rescue 25 years ago stands out<br />

for him.<br />

“We’d just started to learn<br />

more about CPR and got called<br />

to a cardiac arrest in Purau<br />

and a youngish man in his late<br />

thirties was camping with his<br />

wife and their young kids and he<br />

arrested.”<br />

An off-duty police officer was<br />

administering CPR when the<br />

fire brigade arrived. The officer<br />

handed it over and Palmer and<br />

his team did CPR on the man<br />

for 40 minutes until the rescue<br />

helicopter arrived.<br />

The fire brigade later received a<br />

call from the hospital.<br />

“They referred to ‘the miracle<br />

man’, a guy that had basically<br />

survived 40 minutes-plus of good<br />

CPR and that it had kept him<br />

alive, he survived,” said Palmer.<br />

The rescue was a key motivator<br />

for Palmer and his team to<br />

continue to learn new skills and<br />

to raise money for equipment,<br />

such as a defibrillator.<br />

“That [rescue] was a stand out<br />

because it was a success, as well<br />

as it started us off,” he said.<br />

Over his time working in three<br />

emergency services, Palmer has<br />

seen his fair share of trauma.<br />

“I have the luxury of working<br />

for lengthy periods in all three<br />

emergency services, so there’s<br />

not a lot that will shock me or<br />

surprise me. If anything, its<br />

made me stronger in what I do.”<br />

Palmer said he does it all for<br />

his community.<br />

“Our community is us, it’s<br />

our families, it’s our friends, it’s<br />

everyone that we live around,<br />

and it would irk me if I found<br />

that there was something that<br />

could have been done to help<br />

someone and it wasn’t done.”<br />

Palmer continues to pass on<br />

his knowledge and skills to<br />

volunteers and said they are<br />

always on the lookout for new<br />

recruits.<br />

“Fighting fires is enormously<br />

satisfying, but saving a life –<br />

and we’ve saved one or two – is<br />

probably up there as the most<br />

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CONFLICT: Naval Point is the only haulout available in the Christchurch<br />

area for the owners of moored craft to remove their vessels from the<br />

water. It has been out of action for a number of months and the club is<br />

under significant pressure from a waiting list which is growing on a daily<br />

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Breakwater proposal<br />

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The club said it<br />

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The club has now had<br />

feedback that the city<br />

council will support<br />

a commercial haulout<br />

operator establishing a<br />

facility on Lyttelton Port<br />

Company ahead of the<br />

club.<br />

The city council has<br />

offered a 12-month lease<br />

to Naval Point with two<br />

rights of renewal.<br />

However, the club feels<br />

the lease document and<br />

length of tenure is not<br />

satisfactory for them to<br />

continue to invest in this<br />

facility, and risks the<br />

viability of the haulout<br />

reaching a point that<br />

the club must cease<br />

it’s operation with no<br />

alternative.<br />

The other issue is the<br />

breakwater proposed by<br />

city council and currently<br />

being considered by staff<br />

was widely criticised by the<br />

club.<br />

“Our opinion, in<br />

summary is that the<br />

current proposal<br />

creates such a<br />

navigation hazard<br />

that it creates<br />

unnecessary and<br />

unworkable risks<br />

to our members<br />

using the new<br />

hand launching<br />

ramp, and thus the<br />

area would be better with<br />

no wave attenuation at all<br />

than the current proposal,”<br />

said Matterson.<br />

Naval Point say it needs<br />

the following:<br />

• For council staff to<br />

put forward other options<br />

for the wave attenuation<br />

at Naval Point outside<br />

of an obstructive, fixed<br />

breakwater only benefiting<br />

Tori Peden<br />

the public, power craft<br />

ramp.<br />

• For council to<br />

recognise the service and<br />

effort that the club puts<br />

into running a haulout<br />

yard for the benefit of the<br />

Canterbury maritime<br />

industry, for no one’s<br />

personal gain. The club<br />

needs security of<br />

tenure and honesty<br />

about council’s<br />

intentions, with<br />

clarity as to the<br />

expectations long<br />

term.<br />

• More proactive<br />

communication<br />

from council with<br />

regard to the priorities<br />

and objectives in the<br />

development and our place<br />

in that.<br />

The board thanked<br />

Matterson for his address<br />

and chairwoman Tori<br />

Peden said they appreciate<br />

that the issues are ongoing,<br />

that Naval Point is a big<br />

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NEWS<br />

ON A FINE day in 1909,<br />

ironfounder, mountaineer, and<br />

celebrated photographer Charles J.<br />

Bekken assembled his handmade<br />

camera by the banks of the<br />

Ōtākaro Avon River.<br />

On the sloping lawns of the<br />

Canterbury Provincial Buildings<br />

the camera faced the Timber<br />

Council Chamber with its<br />

distinctive bay window.<br />

Bekken, of Rossall St in<br />

Christchurch, was there to<br />

document the assembled sailors<br />

from what appeared to be a<br />

contingent of the No. 1 Company<br />

Canterbury Division of the New<br />

Zealand Garrison Artillery<br />

Volunteers. Or, as they were<br />

perhaps more widely known at the<br />

time, the Lyttelton Naval Artillery<br />

Volunteers, or ‘Lyttelton Navals’<br />

on the occasion of their individual<br />

awards of the Certificate of<br />

Qualification in Gunnery.<br />

We’re told at the rear far left of<br />

the group photo to the far right is<br />

Chief Petty Officer W.J. Toomey<br />

with his petty officers cap worn at<br />

a characteristically rakish angle.<br />

His fellow petty officer (unnamed)<br />

can be seen in the photograph<br />

to the right in front of Bellamy’s<br />

main door, alongside the proud<br />

winners of the first prize for<br />

gunnery, B. Turner, Kennedy,<br />

Diamond, M. Chambers, G.<br />

Sowden Day, Marshell M. Roach,<br />

Gardner, and M. Turner, at least<br />

according to Bekken’s inscription<br />

on the reverse.<br />

The Lyttelton Naval Artillery<br />

Volunteers were originally formed<br />

in the 19th century as part of<br />

a nationwide citizen’s militia<br />

coastguard, generally known as<br />

‘the Navals’, authorised under the<br />

Militia Act of 1858.<br />

After this proclamation, volunteer<br />

units formed across the<br />

country including, of course, the<br />

strategic port of Lyttelton. Starting<br />

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with two Lyttelton rifle companies<br />

in 1860, a Drill Shed was built in<br />

Market Pl in 1864, and the following<br />

year the Lyttelton Artillery<br />

Volunteers were formed.<br />

While many of their North<br />

Island compatriots were mobilised<br />

in the Waikato and for wars<br />

against Māori Kingitanga tribes,<br />

Te Waipounamu South Island<br />

remained largely free of trouble.<br />

ATTENTION: The gun crew on the left, consisting of 10<br />

sailors, outside Bellamy’s in 1909 won the first prize for<br />

gunnery. The group of 56 sailors above were photographed<br />

outside the Canterbury Provincial Buildings. PHOTO:<br />

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In 1880, a volunteer Lyttelton<br />

Naval Brigade was formed to support<br />

the first port defences built<br />

that year, and it is this formation<br />

that became the Lyttelton Naval<br />

Artillery Volunteers in 1883.<br />

Following the 1885 ‘Russian scare’<br />

the force was expanded to support<br />

the Battery Point and Jervois Fort<br />

gun installations protecting Whakaraupō<br />

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

Imperial competitors.<br />

By 1898, a typical day at the 15-<br />

day volunteer ‘Lyttelton Navals’<br />

camp at Fort Jervois consisted of:<br />

•4.30am Réveille, 5am gun drill,<br />

6.30am breakfast, 7am launch to<br />

Lyttelton for work, 5.30pm return,<br />

6pm evening meal, 7-8.45pm drill,<br />

9.30pm First Post, 10pm Last Post,<br />

10.30pm lights out, Sundays free.<br />

From 1902 onwards, the<br />

NZ defence forces began to be<br />

modernised in line with the<br />

British Imperial forces. The naval<br />

artillery volunteer units were<br />

regrouped into divisions of the<br />

Garrison Artillery Corps and rebadged<br />

as the Garrison Artillery<br />

Volunteers.<br />

In 1905 the Lyttelton Naval<br />

Artillery Volunteers became the<br />

No. 5 Company of the Garrison<br />

Artillery Volunteers and then<br />

finally in 1907 the No. 1 Company<br />

Canterbury Division of the New<br />

Zealand Garrison Artillery<br />

Volunteers.<br />

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5pm each Wednesday<br />

Redcliffs Volunteer Library<br />

Monday-Friday 10am-4pm,<br />

Saturday 10am-12.30pm and<br />

Sunday 2pm-4pm<br />

Adults books $2, large print $1<br />

and children’s books are free to<br />

borrow.<br />

No membership fee. Go along<br />

and support your local library<br />

and have a great read!<br />

91 Main Road, Redcliffs<br />

Light & Landscape exhibition<br />

by Andris Apse<br />

Friday-Sunday, 10am-4pm<br />

from <strong>February</strong> 4-27<br />

Award winning photographer<br />

Andris Apse is presenting a<br />

selection of his best landscape<br />

work from the past 30 years<br />

at Stoddart Cottage Gallery<br />

throughout <strong>February</strong>. Working<br />

professionally for the last<br />

four decades, Apse’s powerful<br />

panoramic images graphically<br />

portray the many moods of<br />

nature, from the wilderness to<br />

rural countryside, from New<br />

Zealand to international vistas.<br />

Included in this exhibition for<br />

the first time will be a number of<br />

his platinum/palladium prints,<br />

made using a century-old printing<br />

process that produces rich,<br />

detailed sepia-toned prints of<br />

exceptional quality.<br />

Stoddart Cottage, Diamond<br />

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

JP Clinic<br />

Saturday, 10am-noon<br />

A justice of the peace will<br />

be available to members of<br />

the community, to witness<br />

signatures and documents,<br />

certify document copies, hear<br />

oaths, declarations, affidavits<br />

or affirmations, as well as sign<br />

citizenship, sponsorship or rates<br />

rebates applications. There is no<br />

charge for this service.<br />

Matuku Takotako: Sumner<br />

Centre<br />

Technology Drop-in Sessions<br />

Wednesday, 2pm- 3pm<br />

Do you need help using your<br />

computer, smartphone, iPad,<br />

or tablet? Go along to drop-in<br />

sessions for help with email,<br />

searching the internet, using<br />

the library catalogue, eBooks,<br />

and general computer queries.<br />

Take your laptop, tablet, or<br />

smartphone, or use one of the<br />

computers available for help<br />

with anything digital. Free, no<br />

bookings required.<br />

Lyttelton Library<br />

Knit ‘n’ Yarn<br />

Wednesday, 10am-noon<br />

Go along and enjoy a chat with<br />

others as you knit. For anyone<br />

who loves to knit or wants to<br />

learn.<br />

Lyttelton Library<br />

Twilight Bowls, Friday, 5.30-7.30pm. All members of the community are welcome to bring<br />

a team for lawn bowls. No previous experience required. Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> and <strong>Bay</strong>s<br />

Bowling Club, Purau Ave.<br />

Lyttelton Craft and Treasures<br />

Market<br />

Saturday, 9am-1pm<br />

Jewellery, timber craft, clothing,<br />

woollen handcrafts, toys,<br />

natural body products and much<br />

more. Meet the makers.<br />

Collett’s Corner, next to the<br />

Lyttelton Farmers Market<br />

Tea and Talk<br />

Monday, 10.30am-11.30am<br />

Sumner <strong>Bay</strong>s Union Trust<br />

host Tea and Talk. Join others<br />

for a social morning with free<br />

hot drinks and snacks. Make<br />

yourself comfortable and spend<br />

some time talking to other<br />

members of the community and<br />

your local librarians.<br />

Matuku Takotako: Sumner<br />

Centre<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> Basin Dance Classes<br />

Thursday, 3.30pm-8.30pm<br />

New students welcome for ballet<br />

and jazz lessons for ages four<br />

and up on Tuesdays, Thursdays<br />

and Saturdays during the school<br />

term. Please contact Georgina at<br />

harbourbasindance@gmail.com<br />

to find the best class for you.<br />

Community Hall, 2A Waipapa<br />

Ave, Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

Linwood Woolston Rotary<br />

Sunday Market<br />

Sunday, 9am-12.30pm<br />

Fresh produce, plants, food<br />

stalls, second-hand goods. Pop<br />

inside to the club to grab a hot<br />

coffee, tea or hot chocolate –<br />

available from 9am.<br />

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St<br />

Little River Farmers Market<br />

Sunday, 9.30-2pm<br />

The Little River Farmers<br />

Market is a community run<br />

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No.1 Sales Consultants 2017 - 2021<br />

M. 0274 304 691<br />

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No.1 Sales Consultants 2017 - 2021<br />

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Urban Living on the Edge<br />

157 Main Road, Moncks <strong>Bay</strong>/Redcliffs<br />

3 bedrooms, 1 living, 2 bathrooms, 2 car garaging<br />

Absolute waterfront position and striking architectural design have come together to create a sublime<br />

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Built in 2007 by Avenue Homes, this architectural award winning home is at one with its location<br />

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Contemporary Coastal Classic with Subdivision Potential<br />

146 Wakefield Avenue, Sumner<br />

2 bedrooms, 1 living, 1 bathroom, 2 car garaging<br />

Substantial subdivisible land holdings in Sumner with quality established residences are rare and this<br />

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M. 0274 304 691<br />

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