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Maree Henry said she was<br />

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“I’m trading, buying and<br />

selling, so the theft makes a<br />

dent in that equation.”<br />

Specifically, she has<br />

noticed merino socks, silk<br />

scarves and jewellery stocks<br />

declining.<br />

When the Westerdam ship<br />

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said some candles – normally<br />

sold in packs of two – were<br />

missing, as the packs had only<br />

one candle left.<br />

• Turn to page 5<br />

GONE: Maree Henry, of Henry Trading, with a silk scarf<br />

similar to the two that were recently stolen. Henry has<br />

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QUICK CROSSWORD<br />

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Across<br />

Down<br />

1. Large-heartedness with which one may be 1. A sailor met a lot of changes (7)<br />

mating many (11)<br />

2. Weapon-carrier is central to one’s<br />

8. Wherewith, on net, it might join mortise (5) costume (3-4)<br />

9. Is, in mole’s turnaround, nimble (7) 3. Cancel year-book which has suffered a<br />

10. In hiding one well, so turning to it (4,3) loss (5)<br />

11. Come to rest in fixed position and pass 4. Wife’s family slain around start of wedding<br />

the night (5)<br />

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12. Book names lest it be altered (6) 5. Is prejudiced, narrow and surrounded by<br />

14. Take one across for a game of cards (6) water (7)<br />

18. Writer’s affliction will stop him writing (5) 6. Name given to man as a Beefeater (3)<br />

19. It will enable one to see clearly what 7. In what place do we make her change? (5)<br />

humbug it is (7)<br />

13. A heroic deed one will turn to one’s use<br />

<strong>21</strong>. Loses out two ways, learning them (7) (7)<br />

23. Spirit a graduate finds in the dance (5) 15. Empty bottles tell no tales, they say (4-3)<br />

24. Snap fire-breathing monster properly so 16. Name a fellow I map out with her (7)<br />

called the flower (11)<br />

17. It spouts? Yes, Reg: it does like this (6)<br />

18. Young players of chess first lost out (5)<br />

20. So bound not to get off the ground (5)<br />

22. Health resort in a fool’s paradise (3)<br />

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Across<br />

1. Madness (6)<br />

4. Soapy ball of air (6)<br />

9. Scallywag (5)<br />

10. Coach (7)<br />

11. Pilot (7)<br />

13. Dull pain (4)<br />

14. Award for second<br />

place (6,5)<br />

17. Follow surreptitiously<br />

(4)<br />

18. Adhesive label (7)<br />

<strong>21</strong>. Flop (7)<br />

22. Stroll (5)<br />

24. Tenant (6)<br />

25. Group of seven (6)<br />

Down<br />

1. Lasso (6)<br />

2. Badger (3)<br />

3. Swindle (5)<br />

5. Oblivious (7)<br />

6. Standard for<br />

comparison (9)<br />

16<br />

7. Deserve (4)<br />

8. Ill-fated (4-7)<br />

12. Mimicry (9)<br />

15. Bird of prey (7)<br />

16. Pressing (6)<br />

19. Picture (5)<br />

20. Distant (4)<br />

23. Flu or other illness<br />

(colloq) (3)<br />

CODECRACKER<br />

QUICK CROSSWORD<br />

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Star-crossed, 12. Imitation, 15. Vulture, 16. Urgent, 19. Image, 20. Afar,<br />

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CRYPTIC CROSSWORD<br />

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Titles 14. Bridge 18. Cramp 19. Eyewash <strong>21</strong>. Lessons 23. Rumba 24.<br />

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

NEWS 3<br />

Primary achievers receive Puawai Awards<br />

NINE YEAR 8 pupils from<br />

three local primary schools are<br />

heading to five different high<br />

schools in 2023. What they<br />

have in common is that they<br />

are all recipients of the Sumner<br />

Ferrymead Foundation Puawai<br />

(Flourish) Award.<br />

In 2020, the foundation<br />

launched the Puawai Award to<br />

recognise students who flourished<br />

in their last year at primary<br />

school. Each school defines the<br />

criteria for the award and has<br />

$1000 to allocate between the<br />

recipients.<br />

“We introduced the award to<br />

help with the costs associated<br />

with transitioning from primary<br />

school to high school,” said trustee<br />

Jane Paterson.<br />

“They may use the award<br />

towards the cost of technology,<br />

uniforms, stationery, or whatever<br />

they feel would be most useful.”<br />

Ruby Patterson, Rune Calvert<br />

and Sophie Marcham from<br />

Heathcote Valley Primary School<br />

are all going to Hagley College<br />

next year, and plan to use the<br />

award to assist in the purchase of<br />

new computers.<br />

Both Ruby and Sophie are<br />

keen on art and writing, and<br />

Rune is keen on art and maths.<br />

They all enjoy the outdoors;<br />

Ruby likes going to the beach,<br />

Sophie likes netball and swimming<br />

and Rune enjoys walking<br />

with his family.<br />

Redcliffs Primary School recipients: Leo Love-Smith (left),<br />

George Campbell, Lily Sayer and Nami Scally-Irvine.<br />

Whilst Redcliffs Primary<br />

School pupils are all intending to<br />

use the award towards the cost of<br />

new uniforms, they are all heading<br />

in different directions.<br />

Lily Sayer and Nami Scally-Irvine<br />

are both going to the local<br />

high school Te Aratai College,<br />

whilst George Campbell and<br />

Leo Love-Smith are heading into<br />

town to attend Christ’s College<br />

and Catholic Cathedral College<br />

respectively.<br />

All four have a love of sport,<br />

be it touch rugby, basketball<br />

or tennis, but when it comes to<br />

school subjects reading, writing<br />

and maths feature.<br />

Morgan Robertson and Nicholas<br />

Freeman of Mt Pleasant<br />

Primary School haven’t decided<br />

what they will put the money<br />

from their award towards, but<br />

for Morgan it won’t be a uniform<br />

as she is off to Hagley College.<br />

A competitive roller-skater, she<br />

enjoys art and writing. Nicholas,<br />

a keen surfer, will be attending<br />

Shirley Boys’ High School.<br />

The primary school awards<br />

are just one component of the<br />

Sumner Ferrymead Foundation’s<br />

scholarship and awards<br />

programme. On January 4,<br />

applications open for a range<br />

of academic and Outward<br />

Bound scholarships, along<br />

with apprentice awards, and<br />

an environment/sustainability<br />

award.<br />

“The foundation has<br />

responded to requests for<br />

grants from individuals and<br />

community organisations for<br />

some 30 years, but a few years<br />

ago decided to take a proactive<br />

Heathcote Valley Primary School recipients: Sophie<br />

Marcham (left), Ruby Patterson and Rune Calvert.<br />

Mt Pleasant Primary School recipients Nicholas Freeman<br />

(left) and Morgan Robertson with Sumner Ferrymead<br />

Foundation trustee Jane Paterson.<br />

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Paterson.<br />

“Most of our scholarships<br />

and awards are sponsored by<br />

residents in our catchment area<br />

or by local businesses – such a<br />

great example of locals helping<br />

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WE ARE ON THE<br />

MOVE AGAIN...<br />

Safer cycle connections<br />

for mountain bikers<br />

A BUSY CROSSING point for<br />

mountain bike riders travelling<br />

through Victoria Park and down<br />

into the Christchurch Adventure<br />

Park has been made safer.<br />

A new section of guard rail<br />

has been installed on Dyers Pass<br />

Rd opposite the Victoria Park<br />

entrance, providing adventure<br />

park users a safer alternative to<br />

biking up the road.<br />

The city council worked with<br />

the adventure park to see how<br />

the corner could be safer for<br />

everyone.<br />

Adventure park operations<br />

manager Charlie Lyons said it<br />

was good to see everyone working<br />

together to improve safety<br />

and connectivity on this corner.<br />

“It’s been a collaborative effort.<br />

Victoria Park rangers, council<br />

and Higgins have been fantastic<br />

to deal with on all fronts and<br />

• From page 1<br />

Henry initially thought she was<br />

being paranoid, but thanks to a<br />

new inventory system she started<br />

to notice the amount of stock she<br />

was counting did not quite add<br />

up at the end of the day.<br />

She intended to have extra staff<br />

on whenever cruise ships were<br />

docked, some of whom were<br />

experienced in retail security.<br />

Limiting the number of people<br />

in her shop was another thing she<br />

would implement.<br />

Henry said she has rung the<br />

local police station to discuss how<br />

to manage and prevent<br />

TO A NEW LOCATION IN<br />

FERRYMEAD, DUE TO<br />

EARTHQUAKE REPAIRS<br />

really supportive of what we’re<br />

trying to achieve for our biking<br />

community,” he said.<br />

The barrier design was<br />

adapted to include a small gap<br />

for cyclists to cross through,<br />

with a flared, overlapping design<br />

to protect cars from exposed<br />

barrier ends. The barrier will<br />

help prevent people in cars<br />

from leaving the road, and also<br />

protect people on the bike trails<br />

below.<br />

A short section of cycle path<br />

will be added on both the<br />

Victoria Park and adventure<br />

CROSSING<br />

POINT:<br />

Christchurch<br />

Adventure Park<br />

users now have a<br />

safer alternative<br />

to biking up the<br />

road.<br />

PHOTO:<br />

NEWSLINE<br />

park sides of the road to create<br />

a more direct route between<br />

the parks, and to allow greater<br />

visibility of oncoming traffic in<br />

either direction. The paths have<br />

been designed so that they tie in<br />

with the park’s own respective<br />

plans.<br />

Work is already underway at<br />

the adventure park to build a<br />

more formal bike track linking<br />

the road to the park.<br />

Road signs will be installed to<br />

let motorists know to keep an<br />

eye out for cyclists crossing the<br />

road.<br />

Work to widen Dyers Pass<br />

Rd and install safety barriers in<br />

several high-risk locations has<br />

been underway since July.<br />

the suspected thefts from<br />

happening.<br />

Sixteen cruise ships have<br />

arrived in Lyttelton so far this<br />

season. The Noordam – which<br />

accommodates nearly 2000<br />

passengers – docks tomorrow.<br />

Henry’s suspicions come as<br />

cruise ship passengers cram<br />

public buses for the $2.10 fare to<br />

avoid paying $50 to get a shuttle<br />

into the city.<br />

It has left many locals having to<br />

wait for the next bus, because of<br />

overcrowding.<br />

WATCH THIS SPACE<br />

On days when the larger<br />

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

NEWS 5<br />

Cruise ships: Retailer<br />

putting on extra staff<br />

to combat theft<br />

ships dock – with about 4000<br />

passengers onboard – London St<br />

gets very busy.<br />

“It’s the volume of people, it’s<br />

the overcrowding of the shop<br />

. . . that’s when you’re busy at<br />

the counter and you can’t see<br />

someone on the other side of the<br />

shop,” Henry said.<br />

Sergeant Anna Partridge said<br />

there were a lot of variables<br />

to deal with when cruise<br />

ship passengers were caught<br />

committing crimes on New<br />

Zealand soil.<br />

Once they were on the ship,<br />

they were in international waters<br />

and would have completely<br />

different rights.<br />

“If we charge them, that means<br />

they go to court, but they’re not<br />

actually living in New Zealand,<br />

so how can we make them go to<br />

court?” Partridge said.<br />

Factors to consider included<br />

what was stolen and if it could<br />

be paid for or returned in the<br />

same condition as it when it was<br />

taken.<br />

On the days they were working,<br />

Partridge said the Lyttelton<br />

officers made themselves visible<br />

to the community.<br />

If you would lIke advIce<br />

and treatment wIth:<br />

We will be closed from<br />

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<strong>December</strong> <strong>2022</strong> and reopening on<br />

Wednesday 4th January, 2023<br />

If you would lIke advIce and treatment wIth:<br />

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• Women’s health • Children’s & teenage health & wellbeing<br />

• Warrant of fitness checks for men and women<br />

• Helping patients manage long term medical problems<br />

• Removal of skin lesions • Sports medicine • Vasectomies<br />

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• Travel vaccinations<br />

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

6<br />

NEWS<br />

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

Trees for Canterbury grows stronger<br />

Trees for Canterbury<br />

volunteer Jane<br />

Paterson writes about<br />

what the organisation<br />

does<br />

WHEN YOU’RE looking for<br />

a native plant for your garden,<br />

many of us think of Trees for<br />

Canterbury, the not-for-profit<br />

native nursery. But not many<br />

people realise when they<br />

purchase a plant from there, they<br />

are doing a lot more.<br />

“We do so much more than<br />

growing healthy plants for our<br />

shop,” said manager Steve Bush.<br />

“We are growing healthy<br />

communities, and to do this we<br />

have a three-pronged approach:<br />

employment, education and<br />

regeneration.”<br />

To be able to expand the<br />

regeneration programme –<br />

cultivating native plants for<br />

community plantings and their<br />

own revegetation projects – Trees<br />

for Canterbury needed more<br />

land.<br />

“I approached the council<br />

to see if we could use council<br />

land bordering our premises<br />

and, given we have an<br />

excellent relationship with<br />

them, I assumed it would be<br />

straightforward, based on past<br />

experience at our Opawa site,”<br />

said Bush.<br />

COMMUNITY: Trees for Canterbury manager Steve Bush (left) and two volunteers with native seedlings in the newly<br />

expanded nursery.<br />

“But I hadn’t factored in that it<br />

was a coastal reserve and it had<br />

overhead transmission lines, so<br />

we had to change the original<br />

resource consent and go through<br />

the community consultation<br />

process. And by the time we had<br />

that sorted it was winter, not a<br />

great time for the contractors to<br />

start.”<br />

But the wait has been worth<br />

it, and staff and volunteers are<br />

beginning to move the stock for<br />

community plantings, projects<br />

and give-aways into the new<br />

area. This will free up more space<br />

for the retail side of the business,<br />

which has grown considerably<br />

since the start of Covid-19.<br />

“It could be considered one the<br />

positives that have come out of<br />

the last few years,” Bush said.<br />

And while the planting of the<br />

perimeter won’t happen until<br />

winter, it hasn’t delayed the move<br />

into the new area.<br />

“Community plantings are<br />

becoming more frequent, and<br />

now that businesses are taking<br />

a more serious approach to<br />

looking after the environment<br />

we are needing a lot more stock<br />

to meet our regeneration targets.<br />

“We have recently signed<br />

agreements with both Team<br />

Hutchinson Ford and Garage<br />

Project, they are good<br />

examples of businesses who are<br />

looking at innovative ways of<br />

supporting us and greening local<br />

communities.”<br />

Bush hopes the expansion will<br />

allow Trees for Canterbury to<br />

employ more people – especially<br />

disadvantaged people, including<br />

those with physical, intellectual<br />

and social disabilities, and at-risk<br />

youth.<br />

“They are a vital part of our<br />

business model; we want to<br />

provide an environment of<br />

acceptance and support, as<br />

well as enabling selfdevelopment,<br />

and building both<br />

self-esteem and a good work<br />

habit,” Bush said.<br />

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Free entry; donations appreciated<br />

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Wednesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News 7<br />

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

8<br />

NEWS<br />

Booze<br />

ban for<br />

Woolston<br />

• By Natalie Pham<br />

A TEMPORARY alcohol ban has<br />

been implemented in Woolston<br />

Village to reduce alcohol-related<br />

harm and improve safety.<br />

From last Wednesday, the<br />

possession and consumption<br />

of alcohol is prohibited in the<br />

village’s public spaces for six<br />

months. City councillors voted<br />

unanimously on <strong>December</strong> 14 to<br />

implement the ban. It applies all<br />

streets off Ferry Rd and nearby<br />

Radley Park.<br />

After six months, city council<br />

staff will assess the ban’s effectiveness<br />

and recommend whether<br />

it should be made permanent.<br />

The staff report noted photographic<br />

evidence of anti-social<br />

behaviour and community views<br />

on the ban were taken into consideration.<br />

The city council received 92<br />

submissions on the ban, of which<br />

81 were in favour of it. Police,<br />

the city council alcohol licensing<br />

team and the medical officer of<br />

health supported the trial.<br />

Police cited mental health<br />

issues, drugs and alcohol as the<br />

likely cause of increasing issues<br />

with beggars in Woolston.<br />

Police will make regular<br />

patrols to enforce the ban.<br />

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

Excess water charge<br />

remission applications open<br />

REMISSION applications are<br />

now available on excess water<br />

charges for eligible Banks<br />

Peninsula and Christchurch<br />

residents.<br />

Households that regularly use<br />

much more water than average<br />

now pay extra for their water<br />

supply.<br />

The new rating scheme targets<br />

the small proportion of households<br />

in the district who use, on<br />

average, more than 700 litres of<br />

water a day.<br />

High water<br />

users pay a fixed<br />

rate of $1.35<br />

for every 1000<br />

litres they use<br />

over the limit,<br />

with the first<br />

Helen<br />

Beaumont<br />

bills scheduled<br />

to go out in late<br />

January 2023.<br />

Households<br />

who fall into the high use category<br />

will not get charged until their<br />

bill tops $25 – which equates to<br />

average use of approximately 900<br />

litres a day.<br />

City council head of three<br />

waters Helen Beaumont said<br />

remission applications are now<br />

open for eligible households. If<br />

approved, a remission fully or<br />

partially reduces an excess water<br />

bill.<br />

“If a household’s high water<br />

use is due to having more than<br />

eight family members, a leak that<br />

has been fixed, and/or a medical<br />

condition then they can put in a<br />

remission application,” she said.<br />

“The first invoices aren’t due<br />

to be sent until late January.<br />

We’ve opened applications for<br />

remissions now, and people<br />

who meet the criteria can have a<br />

remission application approved<br />

in advance.”<br />

Beaumont said residents could<br />

apply online through the city<br />

council’s website, or by filling<br />

in a paper form which can be<br />

requested from the call centre or<br />

picked up at any council service<br />

centre.<br />

“As part of the application<br />

process residents need to provide<br />

property information, details<br />

about their situation, and evidence<br />

such as a doctor’s note or<br />

invoice from a certified plumber.<br />

“When we’re considering<br />

applications we’ll review a<br />

CHARGES:<br />

Eligible<br />

households<br />

can apply for<br />

a remission<br />

on excess<br />

water bills.<br />

PHOTO:<br />

NEWSLINE<br />

household’s water consumption<br />

history, including the difference<br />

between summer and winter<br />

consumption.<br />

“If a property’s water use is<br />

a lot higher over summer this<br />

can indicate outdoor water use<br />

for gardening and irrigation,<br />

and that household may not be<br />

eligible for a remission.”<br />

• Find out more about<br />

the criteria for remissions,<br />

what evidence is required,<br />

and make an application<br />

on the city council website.<br />

Sunday 19th March 2023<br />

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Wednesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News 9<br />

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WAS $<br />

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10 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

Bin good this Christmas<br />

By putting the right stuff in the yellow bin, you’re making it possible for us to recycle.<br />

If the wrong stuff goes in the yellow bin, the entire truck load might have to go to<br />

landfill instead of being recycled.<br />

Machinery at the recycling facility can only process common household items from the pantry, laundry<br />

or bathroom. Only put these clean loose items in the yellow bin:<br />

• Cardboard boxes (flattened), paper, envelopes,<br />

magazines and brochures<br />

Remember:<br />

• Drink cans<br />

• Metal tins<br />

• Glass bottles and jars<br />

• Plastic bottles numbered 1,2 and 5 (3 litre and smaller)<br />

• Plastic meat trays without wrapping numbered 1,2 and 5<br />

• Plastic containers numbered 1,2 and 5 (3 litre and smaller)<br />

take the lids, caps or<br />

tops off bottles and<br />

containers and put<br />

these in the red bin.<br />

Remember there are no changes to bin collection days over the Christmas and New Year period.<br />

Please put your bins out as normal. Thanks for bin good.<br />

ccc.govt.nz/collections


Wednesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News 11<br />

By putting the right stuff in the red bin you’re keeping the other bins free from<br />

contamination. Put general rubbish, including these items, in the red bin.<br />

Reduce<br />

and reuse<br />

where you can.<br />

Find alternatives<br />

for your rubbish at<br />

ccc.govt.nz/<br />

other-schemes<br />

• Plastic plates, cups and utensils<br />

• Takeaway soft drink cups<br />

• All bottle and container lids, corks, caps and tops<br />

• Foil wrapping, chocolate wrappers, bubble wrap, courier bags<br />

• Polystyrene<br />

• Juice and milk cartons<br />

• Fabric tote shopping bags<br />

• Chip and snack packets<br />

• Ribbons<br />

• Christmas gift tags<br />

• Shopping receipts<br />

• Takeaway coffee cups and takeaway containers<br />

• Plastic containers bigger than three litres<br />

• Biodegradable and compostable bags<br />

and packaging


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

12<br />

NEWS<br />

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

Treasures from the Past:<br />

A very Whakaraupō Christmas<br />

‘TWAS THE week before<br />

Christmas of 1905, and all was<br />

quiet in Whakaraupō Lyttelton<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong>, after a more or less<br />

blissfully uneventful year in His<br />

Majesty Edward VII’s British<br />

Colony of New Zealand.<br />

While that year began with<br />

what would later come to be<br />

known as the ‘First’ Russian<br />

Revolution against the Tsars,<br />

followed by Kaiser Wilhelm’s<br />

meddling in the ‘First’ Moroccan<br />

Crisis, the European cataclysm<br />

these events presaged was still<br />

a decade away. Meanwhile, an<br />

obscure German fellow by the<br />

name of Einstein had published<br />

four rather interesting papers<br />

in the science journal Annals of<br />

Physics that literally no one knew<br />

would lead to atom bombs, the<br />

discovery of galactic black holes,<br />

and a microchip computer revolution<br />

later that century.<br />

In Aotearoa New Zealand,<br />

perhaps the biggest news of 1905<br />

was the resounding success of<br />

the New Zealand soccer team’s<br />

first international tour of Australia,<br />

winning 6-3 with just two<br />

draws. Somewhat less surprising<br />

was the <strong>December</strong> re-election of<br />

New Zealand’s longest serving<br />

and rather controversial Prime<br />

A Christmas postcard – View of Lyttelton Port, 1905.<br />

Addressed to Captain Sutherland and M Stokes of<br />

Dampier’s <strong>Bay</strong>, Lyttelton.<br />

Te Ūaka The Lyttelton Museum ref. 10563.1<br />

https://www.teuaka.org.nz/online-collection/1130765<br />

Minister, “King Dick” Richard<br />

Seddon and his Liberal Government<br />

for the 16th Parliament.<br />

In Ōhinehou Lyttelton, apart<br />

from a disappointing start with<br />

the postponement of the New<br />

Year regatta due to a fierce<br />

southwesterly gale, not much else<br />

of note appears to have occurred,<br />

although the Lyttelton Borough<br />

Council did declare Corsair <strong>Bay</strong><br />

‘a pleasure resort for the public of<br />

Canterbury’ with works to begin<br />

the following year.<br />

And so we come to the Whakaraupō<br />

Christmas festivities of<br />

1905, headlined by the St John’s<br />

Presbyterian Church Bazaar,<br />

which opened Friday evening,<br />

<strong>December</strong> 22, at the Lyttelton<br />

Railway Social Hall and would<br />

run, on and off, through to New<br />

Year’s Day.<br />

Organised by the erstwhile<br />

Presbyterian women of the local<br />

congregation to raise funds<br />

for a new school house, the<br />

stalls included local produce,<br />

ornaments, flowers, dolls and<br />

even a shooting range, all of<br />

which proved popular with the<br />

townsfolk.<br />

The following Saturday<br />

eve, which functioned as an<br />

informal Christmas Eve for<br />

many, the Salvation Army Band<br />

wandered the streets singing<br />

carols, apparently competing<br />

with the Lyttelton Marine Band<br />

for audiences who were less in<br />

evidence than a usual Saturday<br />

night. No doubt, many townsfolk<br />

had trained into the city for the<br />

revelries. Nonetheless, quiet<br />

night or no, some still had to let<br />

off a few firecrackers to disturb<br />

the peace!<br />

The actual Christmas Eve<br />

on Sunday was celebrated with<br />

evensong carols, and large<br />

congregations turned out at the<br />

churches of the Holy Trinity,<br />

St Saviours, St Johns and St<br />

Josephs to celebrate the Western<br />

Christian Festival of Nativity,<br />

while the Lyttelton Marine<br />

Band performed the traditional<br />

Christmas ‘waits’ through the<br />

town until late.<br />

Christmas Day on Monday,<br />

<strong>December</strong> 25, 1905 was<br />

apparently rather pleasant,<br />

with the church services over<br />

early, and the Marine and<br />

Salvation Army bands’ carols<br />

and Christmas hymns echoing<br />

through the town’s streets into<br />

the afternoon. It’s said that<br />

many people even then, rather<br />

than sweating over a traditional<br />

English-style steaming hot<br />

Christmas pudding, took to<br />

the hills and beaches for cool<br />

summer recreation.<br />

While many Canterbury<br />

train services were cancelled for<br />

Christmas Day, the Christchurch<br />

to Lyttelton service continued<br />

non-stop and saw many hundreds<br />

of ‘flatlanders’ visiting the<br />

harbour. The passenger steamers<br />

were busy too, through to Boxing<br />

Day, ferrying holidaymakers<br />

to Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong>’s Godley<br />

House and pleasure gardens, and<br />

out to Governors <strong>Bay</strong> with its<br />

Ocean View Hotel and pleasant<br />

surrounds. With reportedly “delightful”<br />

weather for swimming<br />

and yachting, this was a very<br />

Whakaraupō Christmas.<br />

And so we wish a happy<br />

Christmas to all, and the best of<br />

the New Year!<br />

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Lexus hybrid the way of the future<br />

I HAD A GOOD chat with the<br />

sales manager at the Lexus of<br />

Christchurch dealership.<br />

I was picking up an NX 350h<br />

sport utility vehicle and we<br />

entered into a conversation about<br />

the direction Lexus (and Toyota)<br />

were heading in terms of the type<br />

of vehicles buyers will be presented<br />

with as future years roll by.<br />

We both agreed that hybrids<br />

and electrification would be the<br />

dominating market.<br />

That’s not saying that fossil-fuelled<br />

powered cars will diminish,<br />

they won’t and there will<br />

be plenty on offer from almost<br />

all manufacturers, but there will<br />

be many engines that will pass by<br />

the way, those that are thirsty and<br />

some that deliver high performance.<br />

In part, that will be due to the<br />

financial demands at purchase<br />

as successive governments’ tax<br />

petrol and diesel cars that can’t<br />

make further carbon emission<br />

reductions. Buyers won’t want to<br />

keep forking out an extra amount<br />

to subsidise those who are buying<br />

into low emission models.<br />

It will be interesting to see how<br />

it all plays out, and I’ll be keeping<br />

watch and reporting on trends as<br />

I become aware.<br />

One such model that doesn’t<br />

fall wayward of the Clean Car<br />

Rebate scheme is the Lexus NX<br />

350h Limited – it’s a petrol/electric<br />

hybrid that from $101,900<br />

sits in the neutral fee/rebate<br />

category.<br />

Regular readers will recall my<br />

October evaluation of the NX<br />

450h+, it’s a plug-in hybrid that<br />

shares much the same hybrid<br />

system as its stablemates – bar<br />

the fact that it has the ability to<br />

charge domestically or from a<br />

designated charge port.<br />

Both it and the 350h share the<br />

Hybrid Synergy Drive system that<br />

has gone through a raft of Toyota<br />

and Lexus product in the past,<br />

although Lexus is quick to point<br />

out that it’s been the product of<br />

constant refinement and advances<br />

in technology. Today, it is a<br />

seamless system and one that<br />

will provide you with substantial<br />

fuel savings and the performance<br />

befitting of any modern mid-size<br />

SUV.<br />

Interestingly, the NX is a nomenclature<br />

for nimble crossover,<br />

although I see it as a traditional<br />

SUV but, of course, wearing the<br />

Lexus badge it is a luxury model<br />

befitting all the kudos that Lexus<br />

represents in our market. It may<br />

come as some surprise then to<br />

know that the NX series is based<br />

primarily on Toyota’s RAV4<br />

platform, it shares much the same<br />

driveline and, in stature, shares<br />

much the same dimensions.<br />

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nimble crossover but its dimensions put it squarely in the<br />

sport utility vehicle category.<br />

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That gives some insight as to<br />

why the NX is an important and<br />

popular model for Lexus, it is the<br />

traditional SUV – not too big and<br />

not too small. It is ideal for the<br />

modern family and cocoons all<br />

those on board with traditional<br />

Lexus values of comfort and<br />

luxury.<br />

It also gets a high level of<br />

specification, in Limited form it<br />

gets just about all the ingredients<br />

Lexus can pack in, especially<br />

for safety, it easily qualifies for a<br />

five-star Australasian New Car<br />

Assessment Program rating.<br />

Of course, if you don’t want or<br />

need all of the bells and whistles,<br />

there’s an entry-level model into<br />

the range, a front-wheel-drive<br />

variant that sits at $92,700, while<br />

for interest’s sake, the plug-in<br />

variant lists at $107,900.<br />

For me, I’d be picking up the<br />

entry-level version, it would keep<br />

me entertained on the road for<br />

many years and I’d still be reaping<br />

the rewards of its fuel efficiency<br />

and driving dynamics.<br />

Under the bonnet sits a 2.5-litre,<br />

four-cylinder engine, it is<br />

harnessed to an electric motor<br />

that is powered by a lithium-ion<br />

battery bank, the latter charged<br />

by regenerative energy and the<br />

petrol engine. Like the RAV4, the<br />

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has a separate motor sitting over<br />

• Price – Lexus NX 350h<br />

Ltd, $101,900<br />

• Dimensions – Length,<br />

4660mm; width,<br />

1865mm; height,<br />

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• Configuration – Fourcylinder,<br />

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2487cc, 136kW,<br />

227Nm, continuously<br />

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• Performance –<br />

0-100km/h, 7.7sec<br />

• Fuel usage – 5.5l/100km<br />

the rear axles, drive therefore<br />

is presented to each of the four<br />

wheels. Combined power outputs<br />

for the NX list at 179kW and<br />

227Nm.<br />

With 188mm of ground clearance<br />

the NX 4WD has reasonable<br />

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spots and, of course, the ski<br />

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The drive system also offers<br />

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river gorges. It dispenses the<br />

kilometres quietly and capably<br />

and just feels so right to be in. It<br />

has substantial performance and<br />

it handles with much dignity.<br />

More importantly are the fuel<br />

usage statistics. Buyers choose<br />

hybrids partly to get the benefits<br />

of fewer fill-ups. The NX 350h is<br />

rated with a 5.5-litre per 100km<br />

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easily achievable, during my time<br />

with the model it was constantly<br />

showing 7l/100km, sipping fuel<br />

at 4l/100km instantaneously at<br />

100km/h.<br />

On the subject of figures, the<br />

NX is also quite sprightly, a nod<br />

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will sprint to 100km/h from a<br />

standstill in 7.7sec, along with<br />

a 4.7sec time to make 120km/h<br />

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My wife and I have long since<br />

ended our search for a new sport<br />

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on high on our short-list, but was<br />

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Lotto balls had lined up during<br />

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became rich the NX 350h would<br />

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It still holds much appeal, but<br />

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Upright Fridge<br />

Mechanical Control<br />

Glass Shelves<br />

2L Bottle Rack<br />

Vegetable Crisper<br />

Reversible Door<br />

237 l<br />

550 mm<br />

W I D E<br />

Chest Freezer<br />

Concealed Condenser<br />

Wire Basket<br />

High-temp alarm<br />

99 l<br />

605 mm<br />

W I D E<br />

$<br />

495<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

352209<br />

24 Month Warranty<br />

$<br />

975<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

353484<br />

24 Month Warranty<br />

$<br />

450<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

355238<br />

24 Month Warranty<br />

$<br />

299<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

351100<br />

24 Month Warranty<br />

Linear Basin Mixer,<br />

Shower Mixer &<br />

Slide Shower<br />

WELS 6 Star<br />

All Pressure<br />

Brushed Brass<br />

$<br />

399<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

908131<br />

10 Year Warranty<br />

Core Round shower<br />

Shower Liner<br />

Corner Waste Shower Tray<br />

Novo Floor Vanity<br />

Classic Ceramic Top<br />

Nero Toilet Suite<br />

P Pan | S Convertible<br />

$<br />

990<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

908294<br />

5 Year Warranty<br />

900mm<br />

W I D E<br />

600mm<br />

W I D E<br />

Luxury Black<br />

Bathroom Combo<br />

Avalon Shower Door<br />

Edge Wall Vanity<br />

Wall Side Cabinet<br />

Vita Toilet Suite<br />

$<br />

<strong>21</strong>99<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

902820<br />

5 Year Warranty<br />

800mm<br />

W I D E<br />

1200mm<br />

W I D E<br />

Alder Rectangle Shower<br />

Shower Liner<br />

Corner Waste Shower Tray<br />

Lecco Toilet Suite<br />

P Pan | S Convertible<br />

Soho Wall Vanity<br />

Classic Ceramic Top<br />

$<br />

1999<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

908042<br />

5 Year Warranty<br />

900mm<br />

W I D E<br />

1200mm<br />

W I D E<br />

Edge Side Cabinet<br />

300mm X 1600mm<br />

Right Hung<br />

Edge Wall Vanity<br />

2 Drawers<br />

Soft Close<br />

$<br />

499<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

<strong>21</strong>1199<br />

5 Year Warranty<br />

800mm<br />

W I D E<br />

$<br />

449<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

261557<br />

Thea Basin Mixer<br />

$<br />

105<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

241705<br />

10 Year Warranty<br />

Novo Floor Vanity<br />

$<br />

399<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

90<strong>21</strong>65<br />

5 Year Warranty<br />

*TAPWARE NOT INCLUDED<br />

Zaha Shower &<br />

Basin Mixer Set<br />

All Pressure<br />

5L/Min<br />

5 star Water Rating<br />

$ 199<br />

PRICE LOCK<br />

908132<br />

10 Year Warranty<br />

Frameless LED Mirror<br />

5mm Copper-free Mirror<br />

Built-in Demister Pad<br />

Wall Switch<br />

IP44 rating<br />

$<br />

129<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

263609<br />

24 Month Warranty<br />

600 mm<br />

R O U N D<br />

Aurora Plus Smart Heat Pump<br />

DC Inverter<br />

WIFI Ready<br />

R32 Gas<br />

Energy Efficient<br />

Room Size: 15 ~ 25m²<br />

$<br />

750<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

370726<br />

5 Year Warranty<br />

2.5KW<br />

Portable<br />

Air Conditioner<br />

3.5KW<br />

$<br />

699<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

373135<br />

24 Month Warranty<br />

WiFi<br />

Icemaker<br />

$<br />

189<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

357120<br />

12 Month Warranty<br />

1.9 l<br />

46 l<br />

Bar Fridge<br />

$<br />

135<br />

BEST SELLER<br />

354046<br />

24 Month Warranty<br />

480mm<br />

W I D E<br />

Small Wine Fridge<br />

46 l<br />

$<br />

279<br />

LOW PRICE<br />

356046<br />

24 Month Warranty<br />

480mm<br />

W I D E<br />

Retro Bar Fridge<br />

125 l<br />

$<br />

388<br />

BUSTER<br />

354125<br />

24 Month Warranty<br />

552mm<br />

W I D E<br />

Prices Guaranteed as of 25/12/22. Subject to change.<br />

KITCHENS | BATHROOMS | APPLIANCES<br />

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

Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100<br />

Cars Wanted<br />

Situations Vacant<br />

Trades & Services<br />

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tintawindow<br />

advanced film solutions<br />

99% uv block<br />

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heat control<br />

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frosting designs<br />

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Trades & Services<br />

CARPET LAYING<br />

Exp. Repairs, uplifting,<br />

relaying, restretching.<br />

Phone John on 0800<br />

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Exp. Repairs, uplifting,<br />

relaying, restretching.<br />

Phone John on 0800<br />

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ELECTRICIAN.<br />

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Experienced & registered..<br />

Expert in all home<br />

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Trades & Services<br />

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Do you need a reliable<br />

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20 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>December</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2022</strong>

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