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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER <strong>21</strong>, <strong>2022</strong><br />

Connecting Your Local Community<br />

starnews.co.nz<br />

Your<br />

local news.<br />

Ride to raise<br />

$20,000<br />

for Renee<br />

Page 5<br />

Event to lure<br />

women and girls<br />

into sailing<br />

Page 20<br />

anywhere,<br />

anytime.<br />

Students prepare to entertain Seafarers<br />

to benefit<br />

from<br />

$100,000<br />

REHEARSAL: Te Aratai students are rehearsing for their first official music night since the school reopened in May.<br />

TE ARATAI students will<br />

present a night of musical<br />

performances next week.<br />

About 40 students have gathered<br />

to organise the school’s<br />

first official music night for the<br />

community since its reopening<br />

in May this year.<br />

Te Aratai Music Night features<br />

18 musical performances,<br />

with year 9-13 students covering<br />

many genres. This is its first<br />

event in three years.<br />

The event will take place in<br />

Te Puna – the school’s 650-seat<br />

auditorium.<br />

Student Connor Armstrong<br />

said the event is a result of<br />

students coming together to<br />

prepare and plan after two years<br />

of pandemic.<br />

“The new school has become<br />

host to an extremely highstandard<br />

of learning - including<br />

specialty programmes within<br />

the music department.”<br />

This free event will run from<br />

6-9pm on <strong>September</strong> 28.<br />

funding<br />

THE LYTTELTON Seafarers’<br />

Centre’s future looks more<br />

assured after lobbying for funding<br />

paid off.<br />

The centre will get $100,000 of a<br />

$900,000 national fund which will<br />

pay for staff, centre running costs<br />

and Wi-Fi for ships.<br />

Maritime New Zealand recently<br />

confirmed funding from a levy on<br />

foreign shipping will be available<br />

from early 2024, and interim<br />

funding available until the ship<br />

levy comes online.<br />

Lyttelton seafarers chaplain<br />

Reverend John McLister said it<br />

was a “great result”.<br />

“The Lyttelton Seafarers Centre<br />

was struggling to operate on charity<br />

donations. We’ve been saying<br />

for years, that shipping companies<br />

should contribute something to<br />

the care of their crews when they<br />

arrive in ports,” he said.<br />

The Government recognised a<br />

need to support seafarers’ welfare<br />

charities when Human Rights as<br />

Sea, an international seafarers’<br />

rights advocacy group, issued a<br />

report in 2020 criticising New<br />

Zealand’s failure to support portbased<br />

welfare services under an<br />

international agreement New<br />

Zealand signed. • Turn to page 7<br />

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2 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

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Virginia (7)<br />

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NEWS 3<br />

BOOST: The tug Lyttelton and St Saviour’s Church at Holy Trinity in Lyttelton have received city council heritage grants.<br />

Grant will see tug go to electrical power<br />

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For many decades,<br />

the tug helped ships get safely<br />

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The tug was retired from service<br />

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a new career as a passenger<br />

steamer, taking people on cruises<br />

around the harbour and on<br />

charter trips.<br />

The heritage grant for the tug<br />

as one of several the city council<br />

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NEWS 5<br />

Ride to raise $20,000 for Renee<br />

• By Tina Grumball<br />

NUK KORAKO will set off on<br />

his electric bike again in a bid<br />

to raise the remaining $20,000<br />

for his niece’s life changing jaw<br />

surgery.<br />

A year after he completed his<br />

first “Ride for Renee,” former<br />

Port Hills National List MP Korako<br />

is confident they will reach<br />

their goal.<br />

“Let’s get this sorted before<br />

Christmas,” the Rāpaki resident<br />

said.<br />

“What a wonderful Christmas<br />

present for her . . . the fact that<br />

she actually has the money to<br />

have the operation.”<br />

The more than 580km ride<br />

from Rapaki to Picton will take<br />

about a week after he sets off on<br />

October 1.<br />

Last year, he cycled 720km<br />

from Banks Peninsula to Bluff<br />

and raised about $35,000.<br />

Further interest and fundraisers<br />

meant they have reached<br />

$70,000 of the $90,000 needed.<br />

“It’s all about raising awareness<br />

to Renee’s predicament around<br />

her health issue. I’m really confident,<br />

in doing this again, we’re<br />

going to raise it,” he said.<br />

A Rapaki resident, 27-year-old<br />

Renee Veal suffers from hypermobile<br />

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome<br />

that causes her jaw to dislocate<br />

often.<br />

Korako described it as “having<br />

LAST PUSH: Nuk Korako with Renee Veal. She has been<br />

living with chronic pain for over 10 years and is just<br />

$20,000 away from being able to have a life-changing jaw<br />

surgery that would vastly improve her quality of life.<br />

a bad toothache every day.”<br />

Not only does he want to resurrect<br />

interest for Renee’s plight,<br />

but he said now is more important<br />

than ever as her health is<br />

deteriorating.<br />

“It’s getting more difficult now<br />

because . . . her jaw is starting to<br />

disintegrate at quite a rapid rate,”<br />

he noted.<br />

“That’s why we’ve got to do<br />

this . . . so that this young girl<br />

can get the medical attention<br />

that she needs.”<br />

DETERMINED: Korako on his previous fundraising ride<br />

from Banks Peninsula to Bluff.<br />

Korako said his children had<br />

grown up with Veal and she was<br />

his niece.<br />

Once they found out about<br />

Veal’s medical condition, Korako<br />

said they sprung into action.<br />

“Everyone understands . . . we<br />

want to do as much as we can for<br />

our kids so that they do actually<br />

live a really quality life.”<br />

Veal needs a total Temporomandibular<br />

joint reconstruction<br />

and bilateral jaw joint replacements,<br />

a procedure which is not<br />

covered under the public health<br />

system.<br />

The most expensive part of<br />

the procedure was the titanium<br />

jaw and joint replacements<br />

which are manufactured in the<br />

United States.<br />

Veal was in weekly consultation<br />

with specialists, Korako<br />

noted.<br />

Facing the long journey<br />

north, Korako said he was feeling<br />

good and was excited to get<br />

back on the bike. He had been<br />

training around the <strong>Bay</strong>s for<br />

months for the “couple of good<br />

climbs.”<br />

His cousin would be his<br />

“wingman” along the way.<br />

“For me . . . once I finish this<br />

one, I’ve been from Picton to<br />

Bluff,” he said.<br />

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NEWS 7<br />

‘We’re pretty happy we got there’<br />

• From page 1<br />

“New Zealand is a<br />

party to the Maritime<br />

Labour Convention which<br />

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shipping to support port-based<br />

seafarers’ welfare services,<br />

but basically the Government<br />

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charities struggling to find<br />

funds,” McLister said.<br />

“I asked Human Rights at<br />

Sea to investigate if the Government<br />

had any obligation<br />

under the MLC. Their report<br />

was very blunt, the Government<br />

needed to ensure a proper<br />

standard of shore-based care<br />

for crews.”<br />

McLister’s campaign was<br />

supported by the Te Pātaka o<br />

Rākaihautū Banks Peninsula<br />

Community Board member for<br />

Lyttelton Tyrone Fields, who<br />

launched a petition in Lyttelton<br />

galvanising support for a levy<br />

on shipping to help fund seafarer<br />

welfare.<br />

Said Fields: “The community<br />

got right in behind it. They<br />

told us we needed to take it up<br />

a notch and we enlisted the<br />

support of Tracey McLellan,<br />

our MP, who helped get it<br />

into the Labour Party policy<br />

platform and guide it through<br />

the Parliamentary process.”<br />

In July 20<strong>21</strong>, the Government<br />

changed the law to allow part<br />

ADVOCACY: Having fathers who were seafarers motivated Tyrone Fields (left) and<br />

John McLister to action.<br />

of the Government’s levy on<br />

foreign ships to be used for<br />

supporting seafarers’ centres in<br />

New Zealand ports.<br />

“Now it’s the law and we’re<br />

pretty happy we got there,”<br />

Fields said.<br />

“It will make a difference<br />

every day in the lives of seafarers<br />

who come to New Zealand,<br />

and the people of Lyttelton<br />

should feel proud of the role<br />

they played. It shows how it’s<br />

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Both Fields and McLister<br />

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Photographic<br />

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ban. However, the report will be<br />

delayed due to October’s local<br />

body elections.<br />

Under the Local Government<br />

Acts 2002, councils can impose<br />

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high level of crime or disorder’<br />

ACTION: Concerns about alcohol-related harm and litter in Woolston Village have led to a call for a ban on alcohol.<br />

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one.<br />

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NEWS<br />

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

Son’s bid to honour mum<br />

killed in 2011 earthquake<br />

• By Natalie Pham<br />

THE DATE WAS February 22,<br />

2011, and 23-month-old Jayme<br />

Hadfield had been dropped off<br />

by his mother Natasha at the<br />

kindergarten, like any other day.<br />

Except it wasn’t<br />

any other day – it<br />

was the day of<br />

the 6.3 magnitude<br />

earthquake<br />

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many lives.<br />

Jayme<br />

Hadfield<br />

His mother<br />

was at work, at<br />

Wicks Fish store<br />

she owned with<br />

husband Geoff on Stanmore Rd.<br />

When the quake struck at<br />

12.51pm, she and regular customer<br />

Betty Dickson, would not<br />

survive its devastating force, a<br />

large brick wall collapsing on<br />

both of them.<br />

When Geoff got to the store,<br />

he found both women. There was<br />

no sign of life.<br />

Now 13 and living in<br />

Australia, Jayme is making a bid<br />

for a plaque to be put in near the<br />

site, which has not been rebuilt<br />

on yet, to remember his mother<br />

and Betty Dickson.<br />

After the quakes, the Hadfield<br />

family put a memorial sign on<br />

the site with photos of Natasha<br />

and the words: “We miss you<br />

Mummy.”<br />

In 2015, Geoff suggested<br />

putting a permanent memorial<br />

in after selling the site to a<br />

property developer. But the<br />

site remains empty and is<br />

overgrown.<br />

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to progress its plan to upgrade<br />

the entire Linwood Village area<br />

in February this year, Jayme<br />

decided it was time to act.<br />

“Around June and July this<br />

year, I wanted to put something<br />

down for mum and the lady<br />

that she died with,” he told <strong>Bay</strong><br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> News from Australia.<br />

City council staff has also<br />

MEMORY: Jayme was only 23-months-old when his mother Natasha died in Wicks Fish<br />

store during the February 22, 2011, earthquake.<br />

recommended him two other<br />

options – a memorial park bench<br />

and a tree. However, he said not<br />

many people visit the location<br />

where those options were<br />

proposed to be located.<br />

Jayme then approached<br />

the Waikura Linwood-Central-Heathcote<br />

Community<br />

CHANGED: Wicks Fish store following the earthquake. Right – the empty site where the<br />

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Board and submitted a request<br />

for the plaque.<br />

It is now included in the<br />

detailed design, which will be<br />

completed in February next<br />

year.<br />

He and his father moved to<br />

Australia after the quakes.<br />

“I guess it was because of so<br />

many bad memories and he just<br />

wanted to get away from her<br />

death and everything,” Jayme<br />

said.<br />

Up until the devastating<br />

quakes, his parents had been<br />

together for 18 years.<br />

He said he only learnt about<br />

what happened when he got<br />

older.<br />

“On her birthday or February<br />

22, I would ask about that every<br />

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time.”<br />

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“I do miss her. Every now and<br />

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12<br />

NEWS<br />

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

Treasures from the past:<br />

Remembering Queen Elizabeth II<br />

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Commonwealth. Ōhinehou<br />

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https://www.teuaka.<br />

org.nz/onlinecollection/664682<br />

she would make here over her<br />

lifetime. In the words of former<br />

Prime Minister David Lange,<br />

reflecting in 2005 on that tour,<br />

‘They were greeted with a frenzy<br />

which is hard to imagine today.<br />

The enthusiasm of the public<br />

was near-universal and certainly<br />

demonstrative.’<br />

This 1954 collection photograph<br />

of Queen Elizabeth<br />

meeting the Australian Governor<br />

General, Field Marshal The Viscount<br />

Slim (known as Bill Slim!)<br />

was taken at Duntroon, Canberra,<br />

home to the Royal Military<br />

College of Australia, which she<br />

visited on four occasions.<br />

The inscription on the back of<br />

the photo includes ‘for the interest<br />

of the ladies, her dress was<br />

emerald green’.<br />

The Coronation cup pictured<br />

was someone’s well-used<br />

royal souvenir of the 1953-1954<br />

visit – a practice no doubt being<br />

repeated in London during this<br />

period of official mourning and<br />

the state funeral at Westminster<br />

Abbey on <strong>September</strong> 19.<br />

In 1995, Waikato-Tainui were<br />

one of the first iwi to agree to<br />

a settlement under the Treaty<br />

Settlement process. The Queen<br />

herself signed the Deed of Settlement,<br />

a task usually undertaken<br />

by the Governor General; in<br />

addition it was the first time she<br />

signed a law in public.<br />

In the presence of the Māori<br />

Queen, Te Arikinui, Dame Te<br />

Atairangikaahu, she delivered<br />

the Crown’s historic apology. It<br />

was during this visit that she was<br />

first referred to as Te Kōtuku.<br />

The kōtuku or white heron is<br />

rarely seen away from its nesting<br />

area; if the bird is sighted it is<br />

considered a once in a lifetime<br />

encounter, he tohu pai, a good<br />

omen.<br />

https://teara.govt.nz/en/<br />

video/32507/royal-apology-totainui-1995<br />

ADJUSTABLE MASSAGE BED<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News 13<br />

PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY THE LYTTELTON HARBOUR BUSINESS ASSOCIATION<br />

Days of Ice<br />

BER<br />

THURS 29 SEPTEMBER - SUN 9 OCTOBER<br />

ateway cities in the world.<br />

nd Christchurch’s unique<br />

11 DAYS OF EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES<br />

ities.<br />

-<br />

Otautahi Christchurch is proud to be one of only five Antarctic Gateway cities in the world.<br />

A Celebrate S E the D opening of E the V Antarctic E Summer N T science S season and Christchurch’s unique<br />

connections with Antarctica with eleven days of events and activities.<br />

TE RADAR'S L ANTARCTICANA Y T T E – L LYTTELTON T O N B A S E D E V E N T S<br />

A hilarious and informative romp through Antarctica’s fascinating past and present, telling<br />

stories of the bold and the bizarre that shaped the frozen continent.<br />

LYTTELTON ANTARCTIC WINDOW HUNT<br />

Hey kids, grab an entry form, hunt out Antarctic related items in participating shop and<br />

business windows in Lyttelton and you’re in for a prize.<br />

TE RADAR'S ANTARCTICANA – LYTTELTON<br />

A hilarious and informative romp through Antarctica’s fascinating past and present, telling<br />

stories of the bold and the bizarre that shaped the frozen continent.<br />

Amateur historian and itinerant television globetrotter Te Radar presents Antarcticana, an illustrated comedic lecture<br />

on all things Antarctic.<br />

With a rich visual presentation of photographs, maps, film, and charmingly low-spec animations, Antarcticana<br />

proves that what we think we know about Antarctica is just the tip of the iceberg.<br />

To Te celebrate Radar asks Days the questions of Ice and you Lyttelton’s never thought rich Antarctic to ask and history, provides pick answers up entry you form never from wanted Lyttelton to know <strong>Harbour</strong> about the land<br />

Information that Capt. Robert Centre Scott or Lyttelton called “This Library Awful and Place”. using He your also powers may shatter of observation, your illusions hunt about items the innocence with an Antarctic of penguins.<br />

theme in shop and business windows in Lyttelton.<br />

Winner of both the Billy T Award, and the Fred Award for Comedy Excellence, and in 2017 he was awarded an<br />

Drop your completed entry form into a box at the Library or Information Centre. Correct entry forms will go in for a<br />

honorary MA from Wintec for services to Media Arts.<br />

prize draw. Prizes include books and free tickets.<br />

Entry<br />

This is<br />

forms<br />

a fundraising<br />

are available<br />

event<br />

from:<br />

for the rebuild of Te Uaka The Lyttelton Museum. Gather friends or colleagues and book a<br />

table or enjoy the show from the seating. An auction will be run during the intermission.<br />

- Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong> Information Centre, 20 Oxford Street. Hours: 9am to 5pm. Open 7 days.<br />

Thanks to Te - Lyttelton Radar and Library, the Lyttelton 18 Canterbury Arts Factory St. Hrs: Mon for supporting to Fri 10am this to 6pm event. & Sat 10am to 1pm. Closed Sun.<br />

Hosted by Te Uaka The Lyttelton Museum and also supported by Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong> Business Assn.<br />

When<br />

Where Where $ $ Pricing Contact Contact<br />

29 Thurs Sep 29 to and 9 Oct Fri <strong>2022</strong> 30 Sep <strong>2022</strong> Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong> Lyttelton Information Arts Factory FREE From $30.00 Peter Peter McCarthy McCarthy<br />

9.30am 7.30pm to 3.30pm 9.30pm Centre and 1 Sumner Lyttelton Road Library<br />

20 Oxford Lyttelton St. Lyttelton<br />

to $40.00 Email. Email. pmccsouth@icloud.com<br />

M. 027 M. 447 027 0103 447 0103<br />

LYTTELTON ANTARCTIC WALK<br />

9 October 2pm – 4.30pm | Albion Square, Lyttelton<br />

A guided walk to several Antarctic points of interest in Lyttelton, which was the departure point of three<br />

expeditions from the Portduring the ‘heroic era’. Check website for weather cancellation.<br />

Amateur historian and itinerant television globetrotter Te Radar presents Antarcticana, an illustrated comedic lecture<br />

on all things Antarctic.<br />

With a rich visual presentation of photographs, maps, film, and charmingly low-spec animations, Antarcticana<br />

proves that what we think we know about Antarctica is just the tip of the iceberg.<br />

Te Radar asks the questions you never thought to ask and provides answers you never wanted to know about the land<br />

that Capt. Robert Scott called “This Awful Place”. He also may shatter your illusions about the innocence of penguins.<br />

Winner of both the Billy T Award, and the Fred Award for Comedy Excellence, and in 2017 he was awarded an<br />

honorary MA from Wintec for services to Media Arts.<br />

This is a fundraising event for the rebuild of Te Uaka The Lyttelton Museum. Gather friends or colleagues and book a<br />

table or enjoy the show from the seating. An auction will be run during the intermission.<br />

Thanks to Te Radar and the Lyttelton Arts Factory for supporting this event.<br />

When<br />

Thurs 29 and Fri 30 Sep <strong>2022</strong><br />

7.30pm to 9.30pm<br />

Where<br />

Lyttelton Arts Factory<br />

1 Sumner Road<br />

Lyttelton<br />

$ Pricing<br />

From $30.00<br />

to $40.00<br />

Contact<br />

Peter McCarthy<br />

Email. pmccsouth@icloud.com<br />

M. 027 447 0103<br />

THURS 29 SEPTEMBER - SUN 9 OCTOBER


14 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

THURS 29 SEPTEMBER - SUN 9 OCTOBER<br />

EVENTS THROUGHOUT 29 SEP – 9 OCT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

LYTTELTON -----------------------------------------------------<br />

LYTTELTON ANTARCTIC WINDOW HUNT<br />

DAILY | 9.30AM – 3.30PM<br />

Grab an entry form and join the hunt along London Street and<br />

down to the waterfront searching for Antarctic objects.<br />

CHRISTCHURCH AIRPORT ----------<br />

GATEWAY TO ANTARCTICA<br />

Christchurch Airport is the Gateway to Antarctica and invites<br />

you to come visit the various exhibitions on during Days of Ice<br />

anytime throughout the programme.<br />

THE HILLARY STEP<br />

Come walk The Hillary Step and read the tributes and poem for Sir<br />

Edmund Hillary, Kiwi legend and Antarctic hero, in the terminal at<br />

Christchurch Airport anytime throughout the programme.<br />

THE ANTARCTIC WALKWAY - LIGHT AND<br />

SOUND<br />

Christchurch Airport invites you to come experience the interactive<br />

light and sounds as you walk the Antarctic Walkway anytime<br />

throughout the programme.<br />

INTERNATIONAL ANTARCTIC<br />

CENTRE --------------------------------------------------------------<br />

WHERE MEMORIES SLEEP<br />

FOUR SHOWS DAILY<br />

Antarctica New Zealand presents Where Memories Sleep an<br />

immersive cine-dance music production that explores a legend<br />

of the Aurora Australis, using storytelling to connect us to the<br />

scientific world of Antarctica. See the International Antarctic<br />

Centre Facebook Page for screening times and details.<br />

Entry free with paid entry to the International Antarctic Centre.<br />

ONLINE ----------------------------------------------------------------<br />

ANTARCTICA UNFROZEN’ PODCASTS<br />

ANYTIME<br />

The #1 Antarctic podcast series based on the passionate people<br />

that have dedicated their lives to understanding, working and<br />

living in Antarctica.<br />

LOCAL EYES EXHIBITION<br />

ANYTIME<br />

Pupils from Te Kura o Ohinetahi | Governors <strong>Bay</strong> School and Te<br />

Kura Tuatahi o Ohinehou | Lyttelton Primary School searched<br />

the 10,000 strong photo collection on the Te Uaka The Lyttelton<br />

Museum website to curate their own LocalEyes.<br />

CHRISTCHURCH GONDOLA ------<br />

ANTARCTIC DISCOVERY AT THE<br />

GONDOLA<br />

DAILY | 10AM – 4PM<br />

Learn about Antarctica at the Christchurch Gondola - scan the QR<br />

code during your visit to access the website.<br />

CENTRAL CHRISTCHURCH ---------<br />

EXPLORERS HUB EXHIBITION<br />

DAILY | 9AM – 4PM | ADVENTURE BOOKS<br />

Home Gallery Fine Arts in Christchurch will be exhibiting some<br />

specially created Antarctic themed artwork.<br />

ANTARCTIC GATEWAY AUDIO TRAIL<br />

ANYTIME<br />

Download the Listen Up Otautahi app and take a guided audio<br />

tour of Christchurch’s central city Antarctic landmarks.<br />

= TICKETS OR BOOKINGS REQUIRED<br />

CENTRAL CHRISTCHURCH ---------<br />

MAGNETIC OBSERVATORY<br />

DAILY | 10AM - 4PM | BOTANIC GARDENS<br />

The workshop is the last remaining building of the historic<br />

Magnetic Observatory. Early Antarctic explorers, local and<br />

international scientists, including Nobel prize winners, have<br />

made many discoveries here. Their work is now celebrated in a<br />

permanent exhibition.<br />

THE OCEAN IS IN YOUR HANDS<br />

ANYTIME | CNR COLOMBO & LICHFIELD STREETS<br />

Be part of a digital campaign to protect our oceans. Simply take a<br />

photo at the new mural. See www.bluecradle.org<br />

ANTARCTIC TREASURE HUNT<br />

DAILY | CHRISTCHURCH TRAM<br />

Hop on the tram to complete an Antarctic Scavenger Hunt and<br />

learn about Antarctica while exploring Christchurch’s central city.<br />

CANTERBURY MUSEUM ------------------<br />

360 SOUTH TE TIRI O TE MOANA -<br />

ANTARCTICA IN VIRTUAL REALITY<br />

DAILY | 9AM – 5.30PM<br />

Experience Antarctica using VR headsets with 360 degree<br />

footage shot by Professor Rob Lindeman and photographer/<br />

filmmaker Anthony Powell.<br />

WOMEN OF THE ANTARCTIC - MAKING THE<br />

ABSENCE VISIBLE<br />

DAILY | 9AM – 5.30PM<br />

Artist Ira Mitchell-Kirk has painted a series of portraits to draw<br />

attention to women in Antarctic science.<br />

WHALES OF THE SOUTHERN OCEAN<br />

DAILY | 9AM – 5.30PM<br />

Visit the museum and count the number of Antarctic whales<br />

you see on painted rocks for a chance to win a fantastic prize.<br />

-<br />

TURANGA ---------------------------------------------------------<br />

DAYS OF ICE CITY HUB<br />

DAILY<br />

Turanga is the central city hub for many events and activities<br />

during Days of Ice. Have a look through this programme and<br />

uncover the magic of Antarctica! See<br />

christchurchcitylibraries.com<br />

TE WHAKAIRO<br />

DAILY | TUAKIRI - IDENTITY, LEVEL 2<br />

Te Whakairo - Nga Ki o Te Tai Ao: The Carvings Carry the<br />

Stories of the World is a short film about two talented carvers<br />

from each end of Aotearoa who take their whakairo (carving) to<br />

Antarctica in response to NZ’s kaitiakitanga of the Ross Sea.<br />

SCIENCE ON ICE<br />

DAILY | 2PM – 2.30PM<br />

Take an Antarctic adventure with Antartica New Zealand<br />

and Sonny Ngatai. Watch episodes of Science on Ice, complete a<br />

quiz to earn a special Antarctic prize!<br />

FAR FROM FROZEN - GOING TO EXTREMES<br />

2 - 9 OCT | 10AM – 4PM<br />

Otago Museum’s hands-on science showcase brings the reality<br />

of climate change to life through interactives, demonstrations,<br />

VR and more.<br />

ANTARCTICA ART<br />

DAILY | HAPORI - COMMUNITY, LEVEL 1<br />

A collection of artworks inspired by studying Antarctica. Created<br />

by Year 10 students from Christchurch Girls’ High School.<br />

VISIT THE NEW SCOTT BASE!<br />

DAILY<br />

The Scott Base Redevelopment scale model will be housed at<br />

Turanga for the duration of Days of Ice. Use your smart phone<br />

to see what it will look like inside!<br />

MODEL ANTARCTIC RESEARCH VESSELS<br />

DAILY<br />

On display on the Ground Floor.<br />

SCIENCE ON ICE<br />

DAILY | 2PM – 2.30PM | TURANGA<br />

TUE 4 OCT | 11AM – 12PM | TE ARA ATEA<br />

FRI 7 OCT | 1PM – 2PM | LEESTON LIBRARY<br />

SAT 8 OCT | 10.30AM – 11:30AM | DARFIELD<br />

LIBRARY<br />

SUN 9 OCT | 10.30AM – 11:30AM | LINCOLN<br />

LIBRARY<br />

Take an Antarctic adventure with Antartica<br />

New Zealand and Sonny Ngatai. Watch<br />

episodes of Science on Ice, complete a quiz<br />

to earn a special Antarctic prize!<br />

Bookings are required, see<br />

selwynlibraries.co.nz/events<br />

FAR FROM FROZEN<br />

- GOING TO<br />

EXTREMES<br />

2 - 9 OCTOBER | 10AM – 4PM | TURANGA<br />

Otago Museum’s hands-on science<br />

showcase brings the reality of climate<br />

change to life through interactives,<br />

demonstrations, VR and more.<br />

WHERE MEMORIES<br />

SLEEP<br />

DAILY | INTERNATIONAL ANTARCTIC CENTRE<br />

Antarctica New Zealand presents ‘Where<br />

Memories Sleep’ an immersive cine-dance<br />

music production that explores a legend<br />

of the Aurora Australis, using storytelling<br />

to connect us to the scientific world of<br />

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There will be four shows daily. See the<br />

International Antarctic Centre Facebook<br />

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Entry free with paid entry to the<br />

International Antarctic Centre.<br />

ANTARCTIC<br />

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HILLARY’S HUT<br />

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MON 3 OCT | 10AM – 4PM | DARFIELD LIBRARY<br />

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SAT 8 OCT | 10AM – 4PM | LEESTON LIBRARY<br />

Use virtual reality to explore Sir Edmund Hillary’s<br />

1950’s Antarctic hut to see what life was like in the<br />

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WOMEN OF THE<br />

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MAKING THE<br />

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THURS 29 SEPTEMBER - SUN 9 OCTOBER<br />

29.09 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

WOMEN RESEARCHERS IN ANTARCTICA -<br />

SERIES<br />

6PM – 8PM | TURANGA - TAUTORU / TSB SPACE<br />

A panel discussion that celebrates female leadership and shares<br />

women’s experiences on the continent and how their effort<br />

continue to safeguard the future of Antarctica.<br />

TE RADAR’S ANTARCTICANA<br />

7.30PM – 9.30PM | LYTTELTON ARTS FACTORY<br />

A hilarious and informative romp through Antarctica, telling<br />

the stories of the bold and the bizarre that shaped the frozen<br />

continent’s history. Ticketed event - see www.laf.co.nz<br />

30.09 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

ANTARCTIC YOUTH COALITION CLIMATE<br />

EXPO | TE AO HURIHURI<br />

9.30AM – 4PM | INTERNATIONAL ANTARCTIC CENTRE<br />

Hear from our young Antarcticans, learn how to become a<br />

sustainability champion and a Gateway City custodian.<br />

Student-led and focused.<br />

TE RADAR’S ANTARCTICANA<br />

7.30PM – 9.30PM | LYTTELTON ARTS FACTORY<br />

A hilarious and informative romp through Antarctica, telling<br />

the stories of the bold and the bizarre that shaped the frozen<br />

continent’s history. Ticketed event - see www.laf.co.nz<br />

DINOSAURS OF ANTARCTICA<br />

8PM – 8.45PM | HOYTS ENTX<br />

A documentary where ancient dinosaurs and melting<br />

Antarctic ice help scientists tackle the challenge of climate change.<br />

Produced by Giant Screen Films, major funding was provided by<br />

the National Science Foundation. The United States Embassy in<br />

Wellington is supporting this screening. Recommended for ages<br />

13 and over.<br />

01.10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

EXPLORE ANTARCTICA FAMILY DAY<br />

10AM – 3PM | ARTS CENTRE MARKET SQUARE<br />

Meet and interact with local Antarctic experts and scientists,<br />

with loads of fun activities for the whole family. The day<br />

includes the ‘Dinosaurs of Antarctica’ movie, huskies,<br />

interactive activities by local Antarctic organisations, food<br />

trucks and Antarctic ice creams.<br />

TE WHAKAIRO<br />

10AM – 4PM | DARFIELD LIBRARY & LEESTON LIBRARY<br />

Te Whakairo - Nga Ki o Te Tai Ao: The Carvings Carry the<br />

Stories of the World is a short film about two talented carvers<br />

from each end of Aotearoa who take their whakairo (carving)<br />

to Antarctica in response to NZ’s kaitiakitanga of the Ross Sea.<br />

Bookings are required, see selwynlibraries.co.nz/events<br />

CHRISTCHURCH CITY ANTARCTIC WALK<br />

2.30PM – 5PM | START AT CANTERBURY MUSEUM<br />

This guided walking tour highlights points of interest around our<br />

Antarctic Gateway City. Check website for weather cancellation.<br />

TE RADAR’S ANTARCTICANA<br />

7.30PM – 9.30PM | THE PIANO: CENTRE FOR MUSIC<br />

AND THE ARTS, 156 ARMAGH STREET<br />

A hilarious and informative romp through Antarctica, telling<br />

the stories of the bold and the bizarre that shaped the frozen<br />

continent’s history. Ticketed event - see www.laf.co.nz<br />

01.10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

TE WHAKAIRO<br />

10AM – 4PM | LINCOLN LIBRARY<br />

Te Whakairo - Nga Ki o Te Tai Ao: The Carvings Carry the<br />

Stories of the World is a short film about two talented<br />

carvers from each end of Aotearoa who take their whakairo<br />

(carving) to Antarctica in response to NZ’s kaitiakitanga of the Ross<br />

Sea. Bookings are required, see selwynlibraries.co.nz/events<br />

02.10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

BIKE TO ICE<br />

1PM – 5PM | MEET AT SCOTT’S STATUE, CNR<br />

WORCESTER BLVD & OXFORD TCE<br />

Join an afternoon bike ride through New Zealand’s Antarctic history<br />

as we cycle from the Scott statue to the Antarctic Centre, via the<br />

cycling tunnel, meet C-17 pilots and return to the Explorers Hub at<br />

the Arts Centre. Register at daysofice.co.nz<br />

03.10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

ANTARCTIC HERITAGE TRUST - HILLARY’S HUT<br />

VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE<br />

10AM – 4PM | DARFIELD LIBRARY<br />

Use virtual reality to explore Sir Edmund Hillary’s 1950’s<br />

Antarctic hut to see what life was like in the world’s most<br />

extreme environment.<br />

ASIA AFTER FIVE - ASIA ON ICE<br />

5PM – 6.30PM | TURANGA, FOUNDATION CAFÉ<br />

The Asia New Zealand Foundation brings together key speakers<br />

to discuss Asian perspectives and experiences of Antarctica.<br />

THE FUTURE OF SCOTT BASE<br />

6.30PM | TURANGA SPARK PLACE<br />

Come and hear about modernising New Zealand’s Antarctic<br />

research station. Designing and building sustainable infrastructure<br />

for the coldest, windiest, and driest place on the planet.<br />

04.10 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

ANTARCTIC HERITAGE TRUST - HILLARY’S<br />

HUT VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE<br />

10AM – 4PM | TE ARA ATEA<br />

Use virtual reality to explore Sir Edmund Hillary’s 1950’s<br />

Antarctic hut to see what life was like in the world’s most<br />

extreme environment.<br />

SCIENCE ON ICE<br />

11AM – 12PM | TE ARA ATEA<br />

Take an Antarctic adventure with Antartica New Zealand<br />

and Sonny Ngatai. Watch episodes of Science on Ice, complete<br />

a quiz to earn a special Antarctic prize!<br />

A HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN<br />

ANTARCTICA (ARTIST TALK)<br />

6PM – 7PM | TURANGA - TAUTORU / TSB SPACE<br />

Mountaineer, photographer and author Colin Monteath and<br />

artist Adele Jackson present a potted history of photography<br />

in Antarctica.<br />

05.10 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

KEEP IN A COOL PLACE:<br />

THE FIRST WINTER AT VANDA<br />

STATION, ANTARCTICA<br />

5.30PM - 7PM | UNIVERSITY BOOK<br />

SHOP<br />

Come and celebrate the book launch of<br />

this engaging first-person account of<br />

wintering-over at Vanda Station in 1969.<br />

RSVP to:<br />

universitypress@canterbury.ac.nz<br />

06.10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

CHASING THE SOUTHERN LIGHTS<br />

6.30PM – 7.30PM | TURANGA<br />

Ian Griffin will share stories from his secret life as an aurora<br />

addict and explain how to observe and photograph this<br />

amazing natural phenomenon.<br />

07.10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

ANTARCTIC HERITAGE TRUST - HILLARY’S HUT<br />

VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE<br />

10AM – 4PM | LEESTON LIBRARY<br />

Use virtual reality to explore Sir Edmund Hillary’s 1950’s<br />

Antarctic hut to see what life was like in the world’s most<br />

extreme environment.<br />

SCIENCE ON ICE<br />

1PM – 2PM | LEESTON LIBRARY<br />

Take an Antarctic adventure with Antartica New Zealand and<br />

Sonny Ngatai. Watch episodes of Science on Ice, complete a quiz<br />

to earn a special Antarctic prize!<br />

08.10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

-<br />

ANTARCTICA DAY AT TURANGA<br />

LAUNCHING A WEATHER BALLOON<br />

10.30AM | CATHEDRAL SQUARE<br />

Assist Professor Adrian McDonald gather climate change data,<br />

by launching a weather balloon in Cathedral Square.<br />

I SEE SCIENCE<br />

11.30AM – 1.30PM<br />

Learn how scientists do Antarctic research using real equipment.<br />

JUNIOR ROBOT EXPLORERS<br />

12.30PM – 2PM | IMAGINATION STATION<br />

Discover the brave robots that help scientists in<br />

Antarctica! Build and programme a simple LEGO robot,<br />

learning how to use sensors, motors and code. Ages 5-8.<br />

KORORA KAITIAKI STORYTELLING<br />

1PM – 4PM<br />

Join a Pohatu Penguin Conservation Education Ranger for<br />

storytelling, games and drawings to learn about the world’s<br />

smallest penguin.<br />

ANTARCTIC BOOK STORYTELLING<br />

2PM – 3PM<br />

Listen to exciting adventures set in Antarctica and meet the<br />

author Rosamaria Solar on Zoom from Chile. Recommended<br />

for under 8 years.<br />

ROBOT EXPLORERS<br />

2.30PM – 4.30PM | IMAGINATION STATION<br />

Discover the brave robots that help scientists in Antarctica!<br />

Build and programme a robot explorer that can collect an<br />

ice core using LEGO sensors and motors.<br />

SPOT THE PENGUIN FROM SPACE<br />

3PM – 4PM<br />

Learn about Emperor Penguins and where they live using<br />

satellite images.<br />

08.10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

ANTARCTIC HERITAGE TRUST - HILLARY’S HUT<br />

VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE<br />

10AM – 4PM | DARFIELD LIBRARY<br />

Use virtual reality to explore Sir Edmund Hillary’s 1950’s<br />

Antarctic hut to see what life was like in the world’s most<br />

extreme environment.<br />

08.10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

SCIENCE ON ICE<br />

10.30AM – 11.30AM | DARFIELD LIBRARY<br />

Take an Antarctic adventure with Antartica New Zealand and<br />

Sonny Ngatai. Watch episodes of Science on Ice, complete a quiz<br />

to earn a special Antarctic prize!<br />

THE ART OF INTERCONNECTION (ARTIST TALK)<br />

1PM – 2PM | CHRISTCHURCH ART GALLERY TE PUNA<br />

O WAIWHETU<br />

Artists Gabby O’Connor and Adele Jackson share how Antarctica<br />

has influenced their art.<br />

09.10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<br />

CATHEDRAL ANTARCTIC SERVICE<br />

10AM – 11AM | TRANSITIONAL CATHEDRAL<br />

The Erebus Chalice will be handed over to the US Air Force who will<br />

take it to the Chapel of the Snows at McMurdo Station.<br />

TE WHAKAIRO<br />

10AM – 4PM | TE ARA ATEA<br />

Te Whakairo - Nga Ki o Te Tai Ao: The Carvings Carry the<br />

Stories of the World is a short film about two talented<br />

carvers from each end of Aotearoa who take their whakairo<br />

(carving) to Antarctica in response to NZ’s kaitiakitanga of the Ross<br />

Sea. Bookings are required, see selwynlibraries.co.nz/events<br />

SCIENCE ON ICE<br />

10.30AM – 11.30AM | LINCOLN LIBRARY<br />

Take an Antarctic adventure with Antartica New Zealand<br />

and Sonny Ngatai. Watch episodes of Science on Ice,<br />

complete a quiz to earn a special Antarctic prize.<br />

ANTARCTIC EXPEDITIONERS - PAST AND<br />

PRESENT<br />

11.30AM – 12PM | SCOTT’S STATUE, CNR WORCESTER<br />

BLVD & OXFORD TCE<br />

Traditional wreath laying ceremony in support of past and present<br />

Antarcticans at Scott’s Reserve.<br />

LYTTELTON ANTARCTIC WALK<br />

2PM – 4.30PM | ALBION SQUARE<br />

A guided walk to several Antarctic points of interest in Lyttelton,<br />

which was the departure point of three expeditions from the Port<br />

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16 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

Days of Ice<br />

THURS 29 SEPTEMBER - SUN 9 OCTOBER<br />

29.09 - 30.09 -----------------------------------<br />

30.09 ---------------------------------------------------------<br />

01.10 ---------------------------------------------------------<br />

06.10 ---------------------------------------------------------<br />

08.10 ---------------------------------------------------------<br />

TE RADAR’S<br />

ANTARCTICANA<br />

THURS 29 SEP | 7.30PM – 9.30PM<br />

LYTTELTON ARTS FACTORY<br />

FRI 30 SEP | 7.30PM – 9.30PM<br />

LYTTELTON ARTS FACTORY<br />

SAT 1 OCT | 7.30PM – 9.30PM<br />

THE PIANO: CENTRE FOR MUSIC<br />

AND THE ARTS.<br />

A hilarious and informative romp through<br />

Antarctica, telling the stories of the bold<br />

and the bizarre that shaped the frozen<br />

continent’s history.<br />

Ticketed event - see www.laf.co.nz<br />

DINOSAURS OF<br />

ANTARCTICA<br />

8.00PM – 8.45PM<br />

HOYTS ENTX<br />

A documentary where ancient<br />

dinosaurs and melting Antarctic ice<br />

help scientists tackle the challenge<br />

of climate change. Produced by<br />

Giant Screen Films, major funding<br />

was provided by the National Science<br />

Foundation. The United States<br />

Embassy Wellington is supporting this<br />

screening. Recommended for ages 13<br />

and over.<br />

EXPLORE<br />

ANTARCTICA<br />

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10AM – 3PM<br />

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Meet and interact with local Antarctic<br />

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fun activities for the whole family.<br />

The day includes the ‘Dinosaurs<br />

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interactive activities by local<br />

Antarctic organisations, food trucks<br />

and Antarctic ice creams.<br />

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LIGHTS<br />

6.30PM – 7.30PM<br />

-<br />

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Ian Griffin will share stories from<br />

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and explain how to observe and<br />

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phenomenon.<br />

ANTARCTICA DAY<br />

AT TURANGA<br />

Join Professor Adrian McDonald and<br />

University of Canterbury’s Gateway<br />

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10.30AM – 1.30PM | LAUNCHING A BALLOON<br />

11.30AM | I SEE SCIENCE<br />

1PM – 4PM | KORORA KAITIAKI<br />

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keep it local<br />

and support businesses in your community<br />

Great range of<br />

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for the summer<br />

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displays<br />

some<br />

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European<br />

sandals<br />

The Footwear Factory in Garlands<br />

Road Woolston has been a part of the<br />

Christchurch retail scene for more than a<br />

quarter of a century.<br />

Over that time thousands of people have<br />

flocked to the store to find bargains and<br />

good deals in quality footwear, ranging<br />

from children’s shoes, sandals and school<br />

shoes to men’s and women’s fashion and<br />

casual shoes, outdoor and sports shoes,<br />

bowls shoes, slippers, and safety footwear<br />

for the workplace.<br />

Launched in a small shop in Papanui,<br />

the business later operated in Riccarton<br />

for 12 years before moving to Garlands Rd<br />

18 years ago.<br />

Owned by Russ and Jude Day, there you<br />

will find shelves lined with footwear in a<br />

huge variety of styles and colours for men,<br />

women and children – a ‘gold mine’ for<br />

shoe seeking shoppers.<br />

The footwear is brought in from all over<br />

the world, as well as coming from New<br />

Zealand manufacturers, and includes ends<br />

of lines and other well-priced items.<br />

Popular brands carried include the<br />

New Zealand made McKinlays and the<br />

outstanding Australian brand Ascent,<br />

both of which make awesome school<br />

shoes. Also included is a full range of<br />

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Balance for all ages, CC Resorts, Le Sansa<br />

and Cabello for women. Plus Josef Seibel<br />

and Keen, when available.<br />

New styles arrive almost every day, so<br />

there are always more to try on, while<br />

Russell and his second-in-charge Karen<br />

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2pm Saturday and 11am-3pm Sunday.<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News 19<br />

WITH MARY IN FAITH<br />

TĀTOU KO MERE E WHAKAPONO ANA<br />

Blessing of Chapel marks significant<br />

milestone in Marian College build<br />

On <strong>September</strong> 7, the Chapel of Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop and the new<br />

Marian College, were officially blessed.<br />

Students from all year levels and senior staff were led by Father John Adams in<br />

an ”emotional” time of prayer in both English and Te Reo Māori<br />

First Marian College Principal Sister Eleanor Capper reflected on past students,<br />

including those taken too soon, and the footprints the future Marian College<br />

students would be following.<br />

Marian College Principal Mary-Lou Davidson said the blessing of the chapel and<br />

the school was a significant event for the college.<br />

“It was a joyful day as we were able to have staff and students pray together in<br />

the chapel for the first time,” she said.<br />

Project Manager Damian Leary said the chapel has been an exciting project for<br />

the Marian College build team with around eight months of planning going into<br />

it before it was put together.<br />

“The logistics of the chapel have been quite immense but we’re proud to have<br />

it standing vertical and now all the dressing and fine architecture will go in,” he<br />

said.<br />

“We’ve got some of the best carpenters from the company working on it as well<br />

as junior apprentices who are being taught how to assemble, so it’s good for<br />

them to get some experience on it.”<br />

Work on the school is progressing and we look forward to moving in next year.<br />

You can view all the latest photos and videos of the new school at<br />

www.mariancollege.school.nz/lydiast<br />

Photo captions:<br />

Above: Father Monty Bamford (l),<br />

Bishop Michael Gielen, Fr John Adams<br />

and principal Mary-Lou Davidson;<br />

Top right: Fr John Adams (centre) with<br />

Marian College students and staff after<br />

the blessing of the Chapel of Saint<br />

Mary of the Cross MacKillop;<br />

Right: Overlooking the Saint Mary of<br />

the Cross MacKillop Chapel at the<br />

new Marian College on Lydia Street.<br />

Marian College First XI takes silver medal in Winter Tournament<br />

It was a hard-fought battle for the Marian<br />

College First XI Hockey Team as they<br />

competed in the Jenny McDonald Cup<br />

in Nelson during the secondary schools’<br />

Winter Tournament Week.<br />

The team, made up of both senior and<br />

junior students displayed the Marian<br />

Magic throughout the tournament,<br />

winning games against Taieri College<br />

(Mosgiel); Howick College (Auckland),<br />

and Avondale College (Auckland) to get<br />

into the semi-final against Wellington East<br />

Girls’ School.<br />

A 2-1 win secured them a place in the<br />

final against Auckland’s Kristin School.<br />

Feast Day showcases<br />

school talent<br />

Feast Day is notably the highlight of the<br />

Marian College school year, and the<br />

talent showcased by all our students was<br />

outstanding. The celebration of the Feast<br />

of the Assumption of Mary began with<br />

mass led by Father Edwin Colaco who<br />

had the students engaged from start to<br />

end.<br />

Then came the Whānau singing<br />

Competition with students performing a<br />

Samoan pese ‘Ua e Manumalo’ as well as<br />

a chosen song. In the hotly contested<br />

competition, it was Brodie who took<br />

out the title for <strong>2022</strong>.<br />

The afternoon’s talent quest showcased<br />

the incredible performers in our school<br />

including singers, dancers and musicians.<br />

The team achieved a well-deserved silver.<br />

Manager Anne Dick said the team<br />

showcased the “best hockey they’ve ever<br />

played” during the tournament.<br />

“They were amazing! They didn’t give up<br />

and ran until they could run no more,”<br />

she said. “It made the fitness sessions<br />

worth it.”<br />

Other Winter Tournament results<br />

included: 2nd for junior team in<br />

Secondary Schools’ Rock Climbing<br />

Championships; Johanna Wylaars<br />

achieved a 1st and 3rd place at the South<br />

Island Secondary Schools’ Equestrian<br />

Championships.<br />

In other news...<br />

Our Senior A Netball team were<br />

runners up in the Supernet Reserve final<br />

and attended the SISS Tournament for<br />

the first time in three years.<br />

Ellen Scott, Gabriella McKey and Ella<br />

Mackie, Year 11, placed third in the junior<br />

division of the National Schools Case<br />

Study Competition run by the University<br />

of Auckland. They were the only South<br />

Island team to reach the finals.<br />

ours begin on the hour with the Principal’s<br />

Welcome<br />

Bookings required.<br />

www.mariancollege.school.nz/openday<br />

Marian College students attended the Five<br />

Schools Exchange in Melbourne hosted<br />

by Salesian College. The exchange involves<br />

representatives from New Zealand, China,<br />

Australia Thursday and Japan 19 meeting May together<br />

biennially 2 to - 6.30pm learn about each others’<br />

cultures and form long lasting friendships.<br />

www.mariancollege.school.nz | 03 385 8449 | exec@mariancollege.school.nz


<strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

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NEWS<br />

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

Event to lure women and girls into sailing<br />

THE PLEASANT Point Yacht<br />

Club in the South New Brighton<br />

Park will hold a sailing event on<br />

the weekend of October 1 and<br />

2 expressly for women and girls<br />

interested in getting into sailing.<br />

The weekend is called Wahine<br />

on the Water and is part of World<br />

Sailing’s ‘Steering the Course –<br />

Women’s Sailing Festival <strong>2022</strong>’,<br />

which aims to attract and retain<br />

more women and girls to the<br />

sport, including all ages and levels<br />

of sailing ability.<br />

Pleasant Point Yacht Club’s<br />

initiative in holding this event has<br />

the full backing and encouragement<br />

of the national body, Yachting<br />

New Zealand.<br />

The activities on both days are<br />

scheduled to coincide with high<br />

tide in the estuary.<br />

The interest in this event is such<br />

that the Saturday “have a go day”<br />

between 8am-1pm, Is unfortunately<br />

already fully subscribed.<br />

However, girls and women who<br />

have never sailed before are welcome<br />

to attend and find out more<br />

about sailing from the club’s committee<br />

and spectators are most<br />

welcome to attend.<br />

Participants will learn how to<br />

rig a dinghy, how to read the wind<br />

directions and how to sail in a<br />

small boat either on their own or<br />

with another person.<br />

Depending on the weather, the<br />

club’s recently acquired Sigrid<br />

trailer yacht sail trainer will be<br />

out sailing with a female crew,<br />

under the supervision of an experienced<br />

club member.<br />

On Sunday, the programme<br />

runs from 9.30am-1pm and<br />

includes a women’s cup regatta involving<br />

three short races between<br />

10.30am and noon and sailors<br />

will be on site rigging their boats<br />

from around 9.30am. Sailing in<br />

the Sunday event is open to any<br />

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Yachting NZ affiliated club.<br />

The race courses will be close<br />

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the expansive decks in front of the<br />

clubhouse. Refreshments will be<br />

available at the club.<br />

The racing will be followed the<br />

presentation of the Margaret Kennett<br />

Trophy and prize-giving.<br />

Access to the South New Brighton<br />

Park is off Beatty St, the club<br />

is at the end of the park’s access<br />

road.<br />

The club has over 20 women<br />

and girls actively sailing on a<br />

regular basis and two of the club’s<br />

committee are women.<br />

• For more information<br />

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

Across<br />

1. The players in attack go straight ahead (8)<br />

7. The search for proportional representation<br />

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8. Will Jersey be on its knees to this flower?<br />

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9. Concentrated on playing tennis at end of<br />

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10. A parrot taken right out of a truck (4)<br />

12. Letters may be written out supporting the<br />

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14. An old street urchin looking for treasure<br />

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17. As Fate would have it, it’s quite an<br />

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18. How elephant will sound like a bit of a<br />

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<strong>21</strong>. It is hard work, to track game around<br />

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22. Pull together a series of strokes in tennis<br />

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23. Made sick, if decent, arrangement (8)<br />

Down<br />

1. It is easily said if lace gets torn (6)<br />

2. Recompensed for the way it drew a Red<br />

out of it (8)<br />

3. Is sickly, is unsuccessful, is decapitated (4)<br />

4. Show how it is PC to edit thus (6)<br />

5. Soft feathers cost less now (4)<br />

6. Venerate the Right always, at start of<br />

election (6)<br />

7. One receiving treatment is not easily<br />

provoked (7)<br />

11. Is chary about giving work up for a bed<br />

in India (7)<br />

13. Willing to put up with small child about to<br />

learn otherwise (8)<br />

14. Am up to true form, being fully developed<br />

(6)<br />

15. In Kent it might appear as a small animal<br />

(6)<br />

16. Is called to have one’s hair dressed (6)<br />

19. Guy, about fifty, may be unpleasantlooking<br />

(4)<br />

20. Shave off two, one is told (4)<br />

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box contains the digits 1 to 9.<br />

23<br />

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8<br />

9 10<br />

11 12 13<br />

14 15 16<br />

17 18<br />

19 20 <strong>21</strong><br />

22 23 24<br />

25<br />

26 27<br />

Across<br />

1. Mouth fluid (6)<br />

5. Regard as likely (6)<br />

8. Boy child (3)<br />

9. Gripping tool (6)<br />

10. Walked with long<br />

steps (6)<br />

11. Crumbly cheese (4)<br />

13. Forbidden zone<br />

(2-2,4)<br />

14. Vapour (5)<br />

15. Wait on (5)<br />

19. Immature (8)<br />

<strong>21</strong>. Care for (4)<br />

22. Noiseless (6)<br />

23. Weather chart line (6)<br />

25. Possessed (3)<br />

26. Spirited (6)<br />

27. Starter (6)<br />

Down<br />

2. Malady (7)<br />

3. Anger (3)<br />

4. Agreement (6)<br />

5. Ship’s flag (6)<br />

6. Lasting (9)<br />

7. Scrounge (5)<br />

12. Knowledge (9)<br />

16. Old, but of high quality<br />

(7)<br />

17. Very dirty (6)<br />

18. Mock (6)<br />

20. Bring together (5)<br />

24. Breakfast grain (3)<br />

CODECRACKER<br />

QUICK CROSSWORD<br />

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No-go area, 14. Steam, 15. Serve, 19. Juvenile, <strong>21</strong>. Tend, 22. Silent, 23.<br />

Isobar, 25. Had, 26. Feisty, 27. Entrée.<br />

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CRYPTIC CROSSWORD<br />

Across: 1. Forwards 7. Probe 8. Cowslip 9. Intense 10. Lory 12. Trestle<br />

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26 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

Subaru WRX never fails to impress<br />

THERE’S A STRONG groundswell<br />

of opinion the newly-released,<br />

fifth-generation Subaru WRX will<br />

be the last.<br />

Well, there’s certainly going to<br />

be no more STi versions of the Impreza,<br />

Subaru has made that widely<br />

known, and I guess with the environmentally-conscious<br />

automotive<br />

world we are now living in it could<br />

well be that the WRX doesn’t fit<br />

alongside the new projects that are<br />

leaving Subaru’s factories.<br />

Subaru have entered the world<br />

of electrification, the Solterra sport<br />

utility vehicle is due here early next<br />

year, and by all accounts interest is<br />

high, orders are being taken.<br />

In the interim, the new WRX is<br />

here for performance enthusiasts<br />

to enjoy and, what’s more, it’s here<br />

in two body styles – sedan and<br />

wagon (GT). There is also a manual<br />

transmission model.<br />

That’s not all that’s new, the engine<br />

is a departure from what Subaru<br />

has stuck to for years in terms<br />

of size. Whereas, once the choice<br />

was between 2-litre and 2.5-litre<br />

engines, the WRX gets a 2387cc<br />

unit marketed as 2.4-litre.<br />

The evaluation car was the<br />

sedan and was equipped with<br />

continuously variable automatic<br />

transmission that Subaru labels as<br />

performance transmission, it incorporates<br />

a drive mode select system<br />

that allows drivers to individually<br />

customise key aspects to maximise<br />

the driving experience. I’d be happy<br />

with just two pedals, the driveline<br />

is quite spectacular in terms<br />

SPORTY:<br />

Four<br />

exhaust<br />

pipes<br />

are the<br />

promise of<br />

something<br />

special<br />

under the<br />

bonnet.<br />

of performance, refinement and<br />

economy – well relative economy<br />

anyway – the WRX is a hot-blooded<br />

fire-breather. True to Subaru’s<br />

method of manufacture, drive is<br />

sent to all four wheels.<br />

The engine/CVT transmission<br />

combination still provides manual-like<br />

performance because there<br />

are eight pre-set gearing points (six<br />

in sport + mode), it is as close to a<br />

manual set-up as it can be, steering<br />

wheel-mounted paddle shifters let<br />

the driver get fully involved in the<br />

ratio change process.<br />

Of course, there are other drive<br />

modes as well – comfort, normal,<br />

sport and eco. I like the system, and<br />

the CVT gearing does nothing to<br />

stifle engine performance.<br />

Even though the engine has less<br />

capacity than previously, power<br />

has been increased by 5kW, it is<br />

now up to 202kW while maximum<br />

torque sits at 350Nm, full availability<br />

is reached between 2000rpm and<br />

5200rpm. Mixed together, these<br />

outputs mean invigorating, performance-related<br />

motoring.<br />

I think of this engine as being<br />

much like I remember in the STi<br />

model from the previous generation,<br />

it is strong and excites with its<br />

turbocharged boost, it is responsive<br />

and willing.<br />

The quad-camshaft, boxer unit<br />

has a linear flow of power which<br />

doesn’t wilt through the rev band,<br />

it is capable of propelling the WRX<br />

to a 100km/h time of 5.8sec. It<br />

can also accelerate from 80km/h<br />

to 120km/h in 4sec. These are fast<br />

SUBARU WRX: Perfect balance of performance and handling.<br />

times and fit the ethos that is WRX,<br />

it is a genuine sports sedan and one<br />

that never fails to please.<br />

It is also one of the easiest performance<br />

cars to drive, especially in<br />

CVT form. It can be driven as fast<br />

or as slowly as the driver wishes,<br />

it is adaptable in the everyday role<br />

and it is comfortable, especially in<br />

terms of on-board space and suspension<br />

compliance, it is far from<br />

hard underneath.<br />

That fine balance is critical, for<br />

the WRX has handling to envy<br />

as well. The suspension easily<br />

contains body movement in a<br />

corner as well as being composed<br />

when mid-corner undulations are<br />

encountered. I took the test car<br />

through some tricky corners inland<br />

from Darfield. The WRX was quick<br />

and composed on that run, it has<br />

precise steering and directional<br />

accuracy to envy.<br />

A point to mention are the electronically-controlled<br />

dampers fitted<br />

to the tS variant, in sport + mode<br />

the automatic firming is quite<br />

noticeable, providing increased<br />

performance feel.<br />

Grip in the first instance is supplied<br />

by sticky sport specification<br />

Dunlop tyres (245/40 x 18in), and<br />

with four-wheel-drive seen as a<br />

major grip enhancer the WRX has<br />

natural handling ability. It almost<br />

feels like rear wheel-drive only at<br />

some points, especially forcing out<br />

of a corner, oversteer isn’t likely, but<br />

there is a push that indicates something<br />

special lurks in the driveline.<br />

That is something Subaru has<br />

• Price – Subaru Impreza<br />

WRX tS, $64,990<br />

• Dimensions – Length,<br />

4670mm; width, 1825mm;<br />

height, 1465mm<br />

• Configuration – Fourcylinder<br />

(boxer), fourwheel-drive,<br />

2387cc,<br />

202kW, 350Nm, eightstep<br />

continuously variable<br />

automatic<br />

• Performance –<br />

0-100km/h, 5.8sec<br />

• Fuel usage – 8.5/100km<br />

made a genuine effort to promote,<br />

four-wheel-drive has many advantages,<br />

handling aside, it is a safety<br />

mechanism and a way to engineer a<br />

sports car feel into a chassis.<br />

As you force acceleration from<br />

corner to corner the WRX uses its<br />

mid-range strength to provide a<br />

solid feeling of exhilaration.<br />

All of this performance needn’t<br />

come at the cost of fuel waste,<br />

we still need to be mindful these<br />

are days of soaring petrol costs.<br />

The WRX CVT is still rated with<br />

an 8.5l/100km on a combined<br />

cycle average. At 100km/h on the<br />

highway an instantaneous readout<br />

of 6.1l/100km provided me with an<br />

average of 10l/100km on return to<br />

the dealership.<br />

The new WRX lists from<br />

$59,990. As mentioned the evaluation<br />

car was designated tS, that<br />

simply means it gets a few special<br />

treats – STi steering wheel and<br />

dash logo, and unique wheels.<br />

Along with the electronic dampers<br />

and drive mode select, the tS package<br />

adds $5k. Sedan and wagon<br />

variants list at the same price. Bear<br />

in mind, though, the Government<br />

will take an extra fee from you if<br />

are a purchaser – that could mean<br />

something between $1400 to $3250<br />

required after purchase.<br />

However, in terms of bang for<br />

your buck, the WRX is still a champion,<br />

not only do you get that lively<br />

performance, it has an in-cabin environment<br />

that is full of kit laid out<br />

in a sporty style, something that an<br />

enthusiast will easily relate to.<br />

The technology is state-of-the<br />

art; take the tablet-like central<br />

console, for example, not only is it<br />

large and deep, but the information<br />

it contains is also expansive.<br />

Subaru’s clever Eyesight driver<br />

assistance system has also been<br />

upgraded to provide further safety.<br />

Other features include electric<br />

sunroof, suede seat coverings (also<br />

heated), electric seat adjustment,<br />

keyless entry and ignition, and a<br />

host of other minor fitment too<br />

numerous to mention.<br />

Regular readers will be fully<br />

aware of my affection for the<br />

traditional sports sedan; however,<br />

the WRX is a definite sport sedan<br />

like no other, its four-wheeldrive<br />

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Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News 29<br />

13 LOOKAWAY PLACE | HUNTSBURY<br />

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30 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

74A MONCKS SPUR ROAD | REDCLIFFS<br />

7 FRANCIS JAMES LANE | THE POWER OF ONE<br />

SOLD AT AUCTION | $1,500,000<br />

We have all heard the analogy, it only takes one. In the real estate world, unfortunately<br />

only one Family can buy a HOME. 7 Francis James Lane in Redcliffs was the prime<br />

example. With a successful campaign meeting 40 buyers through the open home and<br />

28,853 online impressions, we managed to have one cash unconditional buyer in a<br />

position to purchase the HOME at auction.<br />

3 BED 2 BATH 2 CAR<br />

1,068 M2<br />

(MORE OR LESS)<br />

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HOME specialist has to be creative and transparent. Having an open conversation with<br />

your only bidder is very important, also we need to talk to our conditional interested<br />

parties because the money at auction isn't always the best option for owners.<br />

When we conduct our auctions with one bidder, we brief the one party that they are the<br />

only person that we will be talking to through the auction process and create a strategy<br />

that allows us to pause the auction and enter into a private negotiation with the bidder<br />

and the vendor. In the case of 7 Francis James Lane, we had that transparent conversation<br />

and the bidding kicked off at $1,200,000, when there were no other parties there to<br />

participate in the bidding, a bid on behalf of the vendor was placed by the auctioneer at<br />

$1,250,000 and offered back to the highest bidder at $1,300,000. Once the bid was<br />

accepted we announced if there was no further bidding we would pause the auction and<br />

enter into a private negotiation with our highest bidder. After 40 Minutes of negotiations<br />

and life-changing conversations, the vendor and purchaser agreed on the final sale price<br />

of $1,500,000, and the HOME was withdrawn and SOLD.<br />

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willing to pay for 7 Francis James Lane which left our owners ecstatic.<br />

EDDIE SPRY<br />

0<strong>21</strong> 156 5884<br />

eddie@homechch.co.nz


Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News 31<br />

13 LOOKAWAY PLACE | HUNTSBURY<br />

AUCTION: 1PM, 1 OCTOBER <strong>2022</strong> | ONSITE<br />

(UNLESS SOLD PRIOR)<br />

13 Lookaway Place encompasses ultimate luxury with convenience.<br />

After undergoing an extensive renovation, this HOME is now ready for<br />

you to call Huntsbury HOME.<br />

Your journey begins through the drive-in, internal garage then as you<br />

make your way to the second level the HOME opens up into multiple<br />

living areas, all opening out to the view of Christchurch City and the<br />

Southern Alps. You will be instantly drawn to the bespoke kitchen &<br />

scullery, fitted out with quality appliances to complete the hub of the<br />

HOME and win the heart of any foodie.<br />

The master bedroom features a fully tiled bathroom and walk-in robe,<br />

creating a perfect sanctuary of your very own. The remaining<br />

bedrooms are serviced by a large fully tiled family bathroom.<br />

EDDIE SPRY<br />

0<strong>21</strong> 156 5884<br />

eddie@homechch.co.nz<br />

4 BED 2 BATH 2 CAR<br />

811 M2<br />

(MORE OR LESS)<br />

93 MT PLEASANT ROAD | MT PLEASANT<br />

AUCTION: 12PM, 22 OCTOBER <strong>2022</strong> | ONSITE<br />

(UNLESS SOLD PRIOR)<br />

Nestled in an elevated position, this HOME awaits a new family who<br />

appreciates the lower slopes of Mt Pleasant. 93 Mt Pleasant Road<br />

enjoys stunning panoramic views of the estuary, Pacific Ocean and the<br />

Southern Alps.<br />

Spread across three levels: this 1950s weatherboard HOME offers a<br />

highly functional floor plan. Extensive glazing allows natural light to<br />

pour in while amplifying the sense of space. The open plan living area<br />

faces the Pacific Ocean, where you will love to switch off and relax.<br />

The indoor-outdoor flow is exceptional - the large bi-fold doors flow<br />

out onto an expansive deck - perfect for a morning coffee or hosting<br />

large get-togethers. Families will enjoy an abundance of space for the<br />

kids to play and explore, and summers can be spent lounging by the<br />

large heated pool sheltered from the easterly wind.<br />

KIEREN GRAY<br />

0<strong>21</strong> 363 944<br />

kieren@homechch.co.nz<br />

3 BED 3 BATH 1 CAR<br />

1,244 M2<br />

(MORE OR LESS)


32 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

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OUR VISION<br />

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HOME CHRISTCHURCH LIMITED, LICENSED REAA 2008

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