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FOR THE third time this<br />

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on the DCL Shield – this time<br />

against table-leaders University<br />

on Saturday.<br />

Coming off the back of a<br />

rest week following their 47-36<br />

comeback win over thirdplaced<br />

Lincoln University, the<br />

Wave have the chance to climb<br />

into the top four of the Metro<br />

Premier competition with a<br />

win in round eight.<br />

The Wave have already<br />

challenged the shield in round<br />

one against Linwood (24-20<br />

loss) and in round four against<br />

Marist Albion (40-20).<br />

Although beating University<br />

at home will be a challenging<br />

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focused on the improvement of<br />

his team.<br />

“Each opposition is different,<br />

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“The most exciting thing is to<br />

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improve and as a team,<br />

you want to get better each<br />

week.”<br />

With four round robin games<br />

remaining, Sumner sit sixth<br />

with 21 points – just three<br />

behind third-placed Lincoln<br />

University (24).<br />

But D’almeida believes his<br />

team’s best is yet to come.<br />

BID: Sumner lock<br />

Hugo O’Loughlin<br />

challenges a lineout<br />

in the Wave’s last<br />

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against Marist<br />

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four. Sumner lost<br />

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Author<br />

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• By Heidi Slade<br />

A HEATHCOTE Valley book<br />

editor and author has become<br />

a member of the New Zealand<br />

Order of Merit.<br />

The King’s<br />

Birthday Honour<br />

was for Anna<br />

Rogers’ services to<br />

literature.<br />

It is given for<br />

meritorious service<br />

to the Crown<br />

and nation or<br />

for distinguished<br />

contributions.<br />

Anna<br />

Rogers<br />

Currently working as a freelance<br />

book editor from her Heathcote<br />

Valley home, Rogers said the<br />

award feels strange.<br />

“The thing about editing is that<br />

no one sees the work,” she said.<br />

“It’s a back-room job. It feels<br />

quite strange to be out of the backroom.”<br />

As the author of more than 10<br />

books, Rogers is most proud of<br />

writing, With Them Through<br />

Hell, which was shortlisted in the<br />

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Housing density: Council likely to press on<br />

• By Tony Simons<br />

THE CITY council says it will forge<br />

ahead with a multi-million dollar<br />

planning process enabling more<br />

housing density in Christchurch.<br />

This is despite National withdrawing<br />

support for the bi-partisan legislation<br />

mandating intensification across<br />

the country.<br />

The consultation and hearings process<br />

around Plan Change 14 is budgeted<br />

to cost Christchurch ratepayers<br />

$2.8 million.<br />

Submissions closed recently and<br />

city council staff are now sorting and<br />

categorising them, ready for the next<br />

stage of the process.<br />

About 900 submission were<br />

received, of which 87 per cent came<br />

from individuals, with the rest from<br />

organisations. They are scheduled<br />

to be considered by an Independent<br />

Hearings Panel in October and November,<br />

after the general election.<br />

While National has said it will<br />

scrap the legislation if it becomes<br />

the government, city council head of<br />

planning and consents John Higgins<br />

rejected a suggestion the process can<br />

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be stopped or paused.<br />

“Any pause of the hearings would<br />

mean council couldn’t meet statutory<br />

timeframes set by the Government<br />

in the Resource Management Act. If<br />

there is a law change, council would<br />

consider its options at the time.”<br />

National has announced it intends<br />

to reverse its policy on mandatory<br />

medium density. Leader Christopher<br />

Luxon said the party got it wrong. It<br />

announced late last month it will give<br />

councils the choice of opting out and<br />

developing new subdivisions to meet<br />

housing demand instead.<br />

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pressure on households. I’ve been out<br />

and about making sure people in Banks<br />

Peninsula hear about this support and I<br />

wanted to share a bit more information<br />

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In a nutshell, the Budget provides<br />

practical support across childcare,<br />

healthcare, transport and power bills. For<br />

instance, we’re helping with health costs<br />

by removing prescription charges for<br />

medicines. Removing the $5 co-payment<br />

will mean that around three million<br />

Kiwis will no longer have to worry about<br />

the costs of collecting their medication.<br />

This will make a real difference for many<br />

households, particularly older adults and<br />

those who have multiple prescriptions to<br />

fill on a regular basis.<br />

Another way we can support parents with<br />

young children is to extend 20 hours ECE<br />

to two-year-olds, adding to the existing<br />

three- to five-year-olds. This will be a<br />

major saving for whānau and will reduce<br />

barriers for working parents to take on<br />

more hours if they can.<br />

With Budget <strong>2023</strong>, we’re also extending<br />

our Healthy School Lunches programme<br />

which delivers over a million free lunches<br />

to students each week. For families with<br />

two children, it’s estimated the scheme<br />

saves, on average, $60 per week.<br />

To help with transport costs, we’re<br />

providing free fares on buses, trains and<br />

ferries for children aged 5 to 12 and halfprice<br />

discounts for all passengers aged<br />

13 to 24 from July this year. Free fares for<br />

kids under 13 could see savings of $30 a<br />

week for whānau with two children.<br />

Winter is definitely upon us, but we can<br />

help to reduce power bills by hundreds<br />

of dollars a year through the Warmer<br />

Kiwi Homes programme. This retrofit<br />

programme is estimated to have reduced<br />

electricity use by 16% on average over<br />

the winter months and sits alongside our<br />

popular Winter Energy Payment.<br />

Cost of living pressures are being felt<br />

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Police close in on youths<br />

behind smash and grab<br />

• By Daniel Alvey<br />

POLICE HAVE appear to be<br />

closer to catching the youths<br />

who smashed their way into the<br />

Sumner Metro Mart.<br />

The shop’s owner and Retail<br />

NZ chief executive Greg Hanford<br />

criticised the investigation after<br />

police took 10 days to review<br />

CCTV footage of the break-in.<br />

It showed the faces of two of the<br />

four youths who broke into the<br />

Wakefield Ave store on May 13,<br />

stealing mostly vaping products.<br />

A police spokesperson said<br />

officers are following “positive<br />

lines of inquiry” after reviewing<br />

the footage. Police yesterday<br />

would not say what the lines of<br />

inquiry were or whether they had<br />

spoken to any people of interest.<br />

The owner of the store has<br />

applied for the Government’s<br />

$4000 fog cannon subsidy.<br />

Last week another $11 million<br />

was added to the scheme to meet<br />

the increase in demand.<br />

Of the 1664 subsidy<br />

applications approved since<br />

February, 584 fog cannons<br />

have been installed and the<br />

Government said a further 3350<br />

will be subsidised by the end of<br />

the year.<br />

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Heathcote Valley residents will<br />

have the chance to raise safety<br />

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community meeting with police<br />

and Neighbourhood Support<br />

representatives next Wednesday.<br />

The Heathcote Valley Community<br />

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host the meeting at 7.30pm at<br />

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<strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>June</strong> 7 <strong>2023</strong><br />

4<br />

NEWS<br />

Author most proud of<br />

WW1 centenary book<br />

•From page 1<br />

“[Being shortlisted was] a really, really<br />

good experience,” she said.<br />

The book tells the stories of New<br />

Zealand medical personnel during World<br />

War 1.<br />

“For the centenary of the First<br />

World War, a number of histories were<br />

commissioned on various topics and I<br />

got the job of writing the volume on the<br />

medical services during the war,” Rogers<br />

said.<br />

This included doctors, nurses, medics,<br />

stretcher-bearers, masseurs and also<br />

veterinarians who looked after war<br />

horses.<br />

The book took two years to write and<br />

involved a large amount of research,<br />

collecting illustrations, first-hand<br />

accounts and other information, she said.<br />

Rogers said her interest in history and<br />

non-fiction comes from thinking about<br />

how things came to be.<br />

“You write of your place and from your<br />

place,” she said.<br />

“I’m just interested in how we got to be<br />

where we are.”<br />

When Rogers looks back over her<br />

years in the book business, she recalls<br />

the good friends she has made such as<br />

New Zealand writer and novelist Owen<br />

Marshall.<br />

Rogers has edited Marshall’s work<br />

for some time, including his short story<br />

collection Return to Harikoa <strong>Bay</strong> and<br />

novel Harlequin Rex.<br />

ACCOMPLISHED: Anna Rogers’<br />

book, With Them Through Hell, was<br />

a finalist in the general<br />

non-fiction category of the 2019<br />

Ockham New Zealand Book<br />

Awards.<br />

But she is looking to write more of her<br />

own work. “As an editor, you’re obviously<br />

working on other people’s work,” Rogers<br />

said.<br />

“I’ll still keep doing editing and I’d like<br />

to do some writing too. I Certainly love<br />

doing it.”<br />

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Wednesday <strong>June</strong> 7 <strong>2023</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

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

NEWS 5<br />

• By Tony Simons<br />

A PROPERTY developer, who<br />

was banned from directing or<br />

managing companies for fourand-a<br />

half years, is associated with<br />

a new subdivision in Redcliffs.<br />

Timothy Robert Archibald, who<br />

has previously been bankrupt,<br />

may soon be involved with the<br />

new 19-section<br />

subdivision at<br />

McCormacks <strong>Bay</strong><br />

near the bottom<br />

of Glenstrae Rd.<br />

In 2018<br />

Archibald was<br />

banned by the<br />

Timothy<br />

Archibald<br />

NZ Companies<br />

Office for acting<br />

recklessly with<br />

respect to the<br />

management of three failed<br />

companies, which had bought<br />

property in Lyttelton, owing<br />

creditors hundreds of thousands<br />

of dollars.<br />

The ban ended in April but<br />

not before an Archibald family<br />

company, Gaba Holdings Ltd,<br />

which has wife Belinda and son<br />

Guy as sole directors, sought<br />

approval to build the subdivision.<br />

The resource consent<br />

application is dated September<br />

2021 and the company contact/<br />

trustee named on the application<br />

is Tim Archibald.<br />

Belinda said her husband’s<br />

name and phone number were<br />

Businessman back after ban<br />

PROJECT: The location of the planned Gaba Holdings<br />

Ltd subdivision looking towards Glenstrae Rd, with<br />

McCormacks <strong>Bay</strong> in the distance.<br />

put on the consent application<br />

by mistake by a resource<br />

management consultant acting for<br />

the company.<br />

When banning Archibald,<br />

deputy registrar of companies<br />

Peter Barker said at the time<br />

“[he] gave no consideration to the<br />

interests of the companies or their<br />

creditors and did not understand<br />

the nature of transactions<br />

between related companies [and]<br />

the mismanagement was at a basic<br />

and fundamental level.<br />

“I consider Mr Archibald poses<br />

a serious risk to the public.”<br />

Since the ban was imposed<br />

Archibald has continued to<br />

promote himself on his Facebook<br />

page, Tim Archibald Property<br />

Developer, posting tips on real<br />

estate and property investment.<br />

Archibald told <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

News the Gaba Holdings’<br />

subdivision would be built on<br />

family land and a consent was in<br />

process. He said all the sections<br />

will be residential sites.<br />

Asked if he was looking after<br />

the project for the company, he<br />

said: “Yes, I will be, once we see<br />

what the council approves and<br />

where we go with it, but I am not a<br />

director with the company, just a<br />

family member.”<br />

When asked about his ban<br />

he said: “Really I don’t want to<br />

go down this track or make any<br />

comment. This is a bit of an unfair<br />

phone call really.”<br />

He then passed the phone to<br />

Belinda. She said her husband has<br />

not been involved with running<br />

Gaba Holdings Ltd in any way.<br />

Said Belinda: “Tim has nothing<br />

to do with running or managing<br />

the company but has just been<br />

helping the family out.”<br />

When approached, the resource<br />

management consultant told<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News: “It seems<br />

one of us has made a mistake<br />

(of putting Archibald on the<br />

application) because all the old<br />

plans and correspondence have<br />

got Gaba Holdings on them, but<br />

I don’t know that I made it. My<br />

instructions have all come from<br />

Bindi [Belinda].”<br />

The consultant said he told the<br />

company which prepared and<br />

signed the consent application<br />

that Archibald represented Gaba<br />

Holdings Ltd when “it should<br />

have been Bindi”.<br />

“I co-ordinated the consultants<br />

to do the consent, but I didn’t<br />

prepare it,” he said.<br />

The principal surveyor for the<br />

consultant company confirmed<br />

to <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News it had<br />

prepared and signed the consent<br />

application.<br />

“In regard to that subdivision,<br />

we can’t discuss clients as that is<br />

not something we can do if we<br />

want to keep clients,” he said.<br />

A city council spokesperson<br />

said the consent application is on<br />

hold pending further information<br />

on geotechnical matters and<br />

whether or not notification<br />

is required. An initial report<br />

by TerraForma Geotechnical<br />

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the Glenstrae Rd site, including<br />

erosion, rockfall and instability.<br />

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the risks involved.<br />

Ministry of Business, Innovation<br />

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team does not comment on<br />

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Wednesday <strong>June</strong> 7 <strong>2023</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

NEWS 7<br />

Clubhouse future over to community<br />

• By Heidi Slade<br />

A WATER-SPORTS education<br />

centre or a cafe are two of more<br />

than 50 ideas for how a historic<br />

yacht and motorboat clubhouse<br />

could be re-purposed for<br />

community use.<br />

The Governors <strong>Bay</strong> Jetty<br />

Restoration Trust was granted<br />

resource consent in March<br />

to build a platform for the<br />

clubhouse and move it beside the<br />

Governors <strong>Bay</strong> jetty, from where<br />

it is currently being stored by the<br />

Lyttelton Port Company.<br />

The trust wants to restore<br />

the 100-year-old building, and<br />

has held a second community<br />

workshop to help brainstorm<br />

ideas.<br />

Trust secretary Louisa Eades<br />

said a lot of the ideas, while<br />

different, are complementary.<br />

“For example, a training room<br />

for water safety can also be<br />

used as a classroom for visiting<br />

schools and a space to hold<br />

workshops,” she said.<br />

“The next steps are for the trust<br />

to go through all the ideas and<br />

put together a business case so<br />

that we have a clear description<br />

of the strengths, weaknesses,<br />

opportunities and threats for the<br />

repurposed building, and a plan<br />

for how we will manage it.”<br />

The trust hopes to start<br />

working on a draft business case<br />

over the coming months, which<br />

IDEAS: The Governors <strong>Bay</strong> Jetty Restoration Trust has held the second of two community<br />

workshops on how to repurpose the old yacht and motorboat clubhouse.<br />

will help guide its decisions,<br />

Eades said.<br />

“We are really keen for<br />

whoever is interested to be part<br />

of the conversation, as ultimately<br />

the community is going to be the<br />

users of the building.”<br />

The community’s ideas<br />

will inform the design of the<br />

platform and the restoration of<br />

the historic building, which was<br />

originally the Canterbury Yacht<br />

and Motor Boat Association<br />

clubhouse.<br />

“It’s great to see the amount<br />

of interest and enthusiasm there<br />

is for this project, not just at<br />

the workshops but through our<br />

conversations and interactions<br />

with different people around Te<br />

Whakaraupō, Lyttelton <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

and bays,” said Eades.<br />

“Someone described this<br />

project as ‘giving meaning to<br />

HAVE YOUR SAY: How do<br />

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to heidi.slade@starmedia.<br />

kiwi<br />

the jetty’.”<br />

She said the workshop brought<br />

up ideas she had not thought of<br />

before, like using the clubhouse<br />

as an assembly place for walking<br />

tours.<br />

“These walking tours are<br />

very popular among people in<br />

Christchurch, who are often<br />

delighted to discover that they<br />

have such an amazing area in<br />

their backyard.”<br />

While Eades does not know<br />

exactly when the clubhouse will<br />

be moved to Governors <strong>Bay</strong>, she<br />

is optimistic.<br />

“I’m always an optimist, but I<br />

would like to have the platform<br />

built and the building moved<br />

within the next year so that it’s<br />

not taking up Lyttelton Port<br />

Company’s storage area and we<br />

can start working on it.<br />

“Once it has been moved, work<br />

can happen over time, as money<br />

and volunteers’ availability<br />

allow,” she said.<br />

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INNOVATIVE:<br />

Raranga Kite,<br />

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formed by Te<br />

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students Destiny<br />

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Weaving together culture and people<br />

TE ARATAI College students<br />

Destiny Martin and Ben<br />

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simple mission: To inspire and<br />

promote Māori business, giving<br />

people a greater understanding<br />

of Māori culture.<br />

They have set up a company<br />

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who is the chief exective, said<br />

she saw a gap in the market and<br />

wanted a way to inspire young<br />

Māori. Her team came up with<br />

harakeke baskets as packaging<br />

for traditional Māori treasures.<br />

“What makes our product<br />

more unique than traditional<br />

gift baskets is that it reinforces<br />

other aspects of my culture,<br />

by implementing taonga such<br />

as wood and bone carvings,<br />

pounamu and feathers into every<br />

basket,” she said.<br />

“He raranga o te iwi – to weave<br />

together the people, no matter<br />

your background, culture, or<br />

religion.”<br />

Raranga means to weave, and<br />

kite means basket, so to weave<br />

the basket. Harakeke is the<br />

flax used in traditional Māori<br />

weaving.<br />

Ben is the company’s finance<br />

director. He wanted to expand<br />

Ben<br />

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his knowledge<br />

of both business<br />

and Māori<br />

culture in<br />

Christchurch.<br />

Competing<br />

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Scheme, which<br />

gives teenagers<br />

practical business<br />

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drew on their backgrounds and<br />

experience to come up with the<br />

innovative business idea.<br />

Staying true to its mission<br />

Raranga Kite recently partnered<br />

with another small Christchurch<br />

business, Sacred Aroma, which<br />

uses kawakawa (pepper tree, a<br />

traditional Māori medicine) as a<br />

key ingredient in their lip<br />

balms.<br />

The team has surveyed<br />

potential customers from the<br />

tourism market, but hope to<br />

find a niche with corporate<br />

customers as well. Feedback<br />

from the tourism market was<br />

overwhelmingly positive, with<br />

customers happy to pay a<br />

premium for the product.<br />

Te Aratai College business<br />

teacher Lukas Davidson said the<br />

college wanted<br />

to encourage<br />

students to<br />

explore their<br />

language,<br />

identity and<br />

culture.<br />

“Destiny as a<br />

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has found a way<br />

to affirm her<br />

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Wednesday <strong>June</strong> 7 <strong>2023</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

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windjammers on the grain route<br />

from Australia to England. In the<br />

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day trip around Cape Horn.<br />

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United Kingdom.<br />

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yard, in the nick of time she<br />

was purchased by German ship<br />

owner Heinz Schliewen, who<br />

had sailed on her in the 1920s.<br />

Refitted for the dual purposes of<br />

carrying modern cargo and as a<br />

training vessel, she continued to<br />

ply the waters between Europe<br />

and South America, albeit never<br />

again via Cape Horn.<br />

This beautiful vessel came to<br />

a tragic end in 1957 when she<br />

sank in the Azores in the Atlantic<br />

with the loss of 80 lives. She had<br />

been reported to be in a failing<br />

state of repair with leaking decks<br />

The training ship, Pamir, in<br />

<strong>June</strong> 1956.<br />

Te Ūaka The Lyttelton<br />

Museum ref 11308.1<br />

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

online-collection/1131748<br />

Five men, pulling ropes on<br />

deck of the Pamir.<br />

Te Ūaka The Lyttelton<br />

Museum ref 6172.1<br />

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

online-collection/100898<br />

and significant corrosion, but<br />

had nevertheless been certified<br />

to continue sailing. The sudden<br />

onslaught of Hurricane Carrie<br />

with the ship under a full complement<br />

of sail, and with a load of<br />

barley not properly trimmed (i.e.<br />

correctly stored in the hold to<br />

avoid cargo moving), caused her<br />

to list violently.<br />

• Turn to page 14


14 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>June</strong> 7 <strong>2023</strong><br />

14<br />

TREASURES FROM THE PAST<br />

Do you know who made this<br />

Charitable Trust<br />

DRIVER EDUCATION<br />

commemorative Pamir tray?<br />

• From page 13<br />

The perilous shifting of the<br />

grain load was exacerbated<br />

by the fact that her ballast<br />

tanks had inadvisedly been<br />

filled with barley and could<br />

thus not be flooded to correct<br />

her treacherous angle. With<br />

her portside under water,<br />

all of the lifeboats could not<br />

be deployed before her final<br />

submission to the huge waves.<br />

The US Coastguard<br />

conducted a nine-day search<br />

but only six of the 86 crew<br />

were rescued from two<br />

lifeboats. These men reported<br />

that many of their fellow crew<br />

did reach lifeboats in the last<br />

moments before the ship<br />

sank, but did not survive the<br />

ensuing hours and days.<br />

Among her other claims<br />

to fame, in 1946 the Pamir<br />

was the last square rigged<br />

sailing ship to visit Ōhinehou<br />

Painting<br />

of the<br />

Pamir on<br />

wooden<br />

tray, made<br />

aboard the<br />

Pamir.<br />

Te<br />

Ūaka The<br />

Lyttelton<br />

Museum ref<br />

14524.1<br />

https://<br />

www.<br />

teuaka.org.<br />

nz/onlinecollection/<br />

1135254<br />

Lyttelton – on that occasion<br />

flags on the Lyttelton<br />

Timeball Station flagpole read<br />

‘Barque from the North’ for<br />

the last time. On board was<br />

Malcolm Pearson who had<br />

joined the Pamir’s crew as<br />

deck boy in October 1946.<br />

Now resident in Diamond<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> he is known as the<br />

last surviving ‘Cape Horner’,<br />

having sailed around the<br />

Horn on the Pamir in October<br />

1947 carrying a full cargo of<br />

tallow, hides and wool.<br />

Much admired by many<br />

who saw or sailed on her, the<br />

Pamir has been immortalised<br />

in numerous images, and<br />

in this hand carved and<br />

painted tray from Te Ūaka<br />

The Lyttelton Museum’s<br />

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16 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>June</strong> 7 <strong>2023</strong><br />

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Registry goes live on<br />

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New Zealand will have a firearms registry<br />

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1 2 3 4 5 6<br />

7 8<br />

9 10 11<br />

12 13 14<br />

15 16 17 18<br />

19 20 21<br />

9/6<br />

Across<br />

2. It’s hardly used to strike a light (5)<br />

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8. Will flood let Aunt dine out? (8)<br />

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11. By holding party back, found the corpse<br />

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15. A fortified wine left for the matelot (4)<br />

17. Chap sure set out to buy things (8)<br />

19. Is uncommunicative, it having returned in<br />

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21. How to dispose of 11 Across to the east<br />

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Down<br />

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(5)<br />

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perhaps (3)<br />

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QUICK CROSSWORD<br />

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8<br />

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11 12 13<br />

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16<br />

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20<br />

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Across<br />

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20 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>June</strong> 7 <strong>2023</strong><br />

T-Roc R adds to VW’s performance line-up<br />

GET IN QUICK is my advice.<br />

That is if you want a performance<br />

car with a high output<br />

internal combustion engine. The<br />

automotive world is changing<br />

quickly, hybrids, electric vehicles<br />

and models with low emission<br />

engines will soon dominate the<br />

global new car market.<br />

I was watching one of my<br />

favourite motoring programmes<br />

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reference was there’s already a<br />

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engines in the marketplace.<br />

At least for the time being,<br />

Volkswagen is catering for those<br />

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there’s the quintessential Golf<br />

GTi, but Volkswagen is marketing<br />

heavily the R series of performance<br />

models – Golf R, Tiguan<br />

R and now T-Roc. I’ve driven all<br />

three in recent months and this<br />

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(R meaning Race).<br />

The T-Roc sits in the smaller<br />

side of the sport utility vehicle<br />

range, it’s sort of a crossover really,<br />

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and honesty, it will easily cater for<br />

the small family and has already<br />

established itself as a success in the<br />

global marketplace.<br />

The T-Roc here is priced from<br />

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(including the R), the latter sits<br />

at $71,990, which if you stack<br />

it beside other performance<br />

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the same size it’s competitive, but<br />

bear in mind the Government will<br />

also have its hand out for a $1660<br />

fee to subsidise low emission<br />

vehicles.<br />

True to its R stablemates, the<br />

T-Roc gets a 2-litre turbocharged<br />

engine. I mentioned the Golf GTi,<br />

well, the R series engines in all<br />

three variants get a similar engine<br />

as the GTi but with even greater<br />

power outputs.<br />

In R form the four-cylinder unit<br />

has power outputs of 221kW and<br />

400Nm and, what’s more, they<br />

are achieved comprehensively<br />

across the rev band, Volkswagen<br />

lists5300 to 6500rpm for peak<br />

delivery of power with maximum<br />

torque almost meeting that from<br />

2000 to 5200rpm, such are the<br />

specific outputs that there is no<br />

power drop off at any point from<br />

idle to the redline.<br />

And that is the secret to the<br />

R series cars, the engine is an<br />

absolute belter with a strong midrange<br />

surge and dynamics which<br />

encourage vigorous throttle use.<br />

That’s because this engine has<br />

sound, I’m not saying it is noisy, it’s<br />

not, but it does emit shrieks and<br />

howls under urgency that is a joy<br />

to listen to. Add in the subdued<br />

bark from the exhaust and you<br />

have a car that from both ends<br />

BOLD: Big wheels and brakes provide a solid handling and<br />

performance package.<br />

VOLKSWAGEN T-ROC R: Compact sport utility vehicle with a huge emphasis on sport.<br />

tempts the driver to muster in<br />

acceleration.<br />

On that subject, Volkswagen<br />

claim a 4.9sec time to make<br />

100km/h and the T-Roc R will<br />

also lunge through a highway<br />

overtake in 4sec.<br />

As I mentioned in my introduction,<br />

engines such as this just<br />

simply won’t fit with laws and<br />

environment protocols in years<br />

to come, how that all plays out I<br />

don’t know, but I can report that<br />

Volkswagen has done well to make<br />

this engine so feisty but reasonably<br />

fuel efficient. It also lists a 9.3-litre<br />

per 100km/h combined cycle<br />

average.<br />

During my testing time I<br />

explored the engine’s potential on<br />

many an occasion, but I took the<br />

evaluation car back to the dealership<br />

showing a 10l/100km readout<br />

that I didn’t think was too bad. At<br />

100km/h an instantaneous reading<br />

of 6.1l/100km is achievable, the<br />

engine quite subdued turning over<br />

at just 1800rpm. Of course, at that<br />

speed it is waiting to be unleashed,<br />

and any throttle provocation will<br />

send the revs soaring.<br />

Drive is channelled to all four<br />

corners using Volkswagen’s 4-Motion<br />

system, the transmission is<br />

a seven-speed direct shift system<br />

which you simply treat like any<br />

automatic. As you would expect,<br />

there are paddle shifters on the<br />

T-Roc, and if you still like to hang<br />

onto a gearshift, manual changes<br />

• Price – Volkswagen T-Roc<br />

R, $71,990<br />

• Dimensions – Length,<br />

4236mm; width, 1819mm;<br />

height, 1559mm<br />

• Configuration – Fourcylinder,<br />

four-wheel-drive,<br />

1984cc, 221kW, 400Nm,<br />

seven-speed direct shift<br />

automatic<br />

• Performance –<br />

0-100km/h, 4.9sec<br />

• Fuel usage – 9.3l/100km<br />

can also be carried out at the main<br />

shifter itself.<br />

When I refer to the entire<br />

Volkswagen R series models as<br />

being race ready, well, effectively<br />

they are. Sure, you can’t go to a<br />

track and start racing, but you can<br />

have a decent amount of fun in<br />

a closed circuit situation because<br />

the T-Roc R has functions and<br />

systems<br />

that encourage track use and<br />

drifting.<br />

Unfortunately, I’ve never had<br />

any of the R series models in that<br />

environment but I can tell you that<br />

on the open road the T-Roc R is<br />

an absolute dynamo and will haul<br />

in dizzy speeds with absolute ease.<br />

On my favourite open road routes<br />

it blasted through the tricky tight<br />

stuff with assurance and composure.<br />

It sits tightly on the road and<br />

steers directly on its low profile<br />

Continental performance rubber<br />

(235/40 x 19in). With the low<br />

profile tyres and firm suspension<br />

you constantly know you are<br />

driving a performance model,<br />

but the big bonus is the onboard<br />

ride is still compliant, occupants<br />

aren’t jolted when ruts and<br />

road ripples arrive, while body<br />

movement over the suspension is<br />

negligible.<br />

Hot hatchback buyers are spoilt<br />

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Volkswagen has not made a choice<br />

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For me, I’d be hard pressed<br />

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26 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>June</strong> 7 <strong>2023</strong><br />

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28 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>June</strong> 7 <strong>2023</strong><br />

New, Views, and Just for You!<br />

1 Euan Sarginson Place, Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living, 1 car garaging, 2 off-street carparks<br />

Nestled in picturesque Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong>, this stunning brand new build is<br />

awaiting its first owner to make it their own.<br />

Escape to modern living at its finest, offering a serene retreat just a scenic drive<br />

from Christchurch City or a relaxing ferry ride from Lyttelton township. With<br />

comfort and luxury in every detail, this thoughtfully designed home features<br />

beautiful wooden floors, tiled bathrooms, two spacious living areas and bespoke<br />

kitchen. Flexible accommodation allows you to configure as 4 bedroom or 3<br />

bedroom plus study to give you work from home options.<br />

Education is made effortless with Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> Primary School just a stroll<br />

from your front door, and currently in zone for the highly sought-after Cashmere<br />

High School.<br />

Delight in the deliberate design that captures breath-taking and uninterrupted<br />

views of Quail Island, the majestic Port Hills, and tranquil <strong>Harbour</strong> basin. Why<br />

would you look anywhere else?<br />

Don’t miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to experience luxury living with<br />

an idyllic lifestyle.<br />

Contact me today to arrange a private viewing or I look forward to meeting you<br />

at an open home.<br />

Open Homes: Saturday & Sunday 2:00-2:45pm<br />

Deadline Sale: Thursday 15 <strong>June</strong> <strong>2023</strong>, 1:00pm (Unless Sold Prior)<br />

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M. 027 416 2773<br />

E. keren.crumpton@raywhite.com<br />

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