Bay Harbour: August 21, 2019

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• By Jess Gibson

THIS IS WHAT Lyttelton’s new

Collett’s Corner will look like when it

opens in 2022.

New images show the 2710 sq m twostorey

building set for London St will

include apartments, a wellness centre,

community concierge, and hospitality,

retail and co-working spaces.

Ohu Development is behind the

project, and ran New Zealand’s

first crowdfunding campaign for a

commercial building to help pay for it.

It aims to start seeking tenants for the

commercial spaces and residents to buy

apartments from next month.

The majority of the building must

be either pre-leased or pre-sold for the

developers to take on any bank debt.

•Turn to page 4

Low paying

board fails

to attract

enough

candidates

• By Louis Day

LOW PAY has been cited as

one of the reasons the Banks

Peninsula Community Board

failed to attract enough

candidates for the October local

body elections.

The community board will

not be able to fill one of its two

Mt Herbert subdivision seats,

with Howard Needham being

the only candidate to enter after

nominations closed on Friday.

It is the only board out of seven

across the city to not attract

enough candidates.

A by-election will now be held

following the October elections

to fill the vacancy.

Banks Peninsula Community

Board member John McLister

said the low interest could

be linked to the rate of

remuneration board members on

the peninsula receive.

Only three of the eight current

board members are standing

for re-election and nine new

candidates have been nominated.

Five of the current board

members were elected unopposed

in the 2016 elections.

•Turn to page 5

•Needham to run, page 4

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NO SURPRISES there aren’t enough

candidates to fill the Banks Peninsula

Community Board for the local body

elections in October (see page 1).

We revealed some months ago there were

grumblings about representing the area

because of the pay community board members get.

Board members receive $9864 and the chairperson $19,729.

Banks Peninsula is the lowest paid in the city council area.

Board members have argued it should be more because they

have to travel long distances to meetings and other community

board business – so it takes more of their time.

After the elections the situation could change and pay

increased. But board members will have to rely on the generosity

of city councillors for that.

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Big grant for The Loons Club

• By Jess Gibson

IT IS lights, camera, action for

Lyttelton’s The Loons Club after

receiving a Government grant of

almost $1 million.

The history-rich performing

arts venue on Canterbury St will

get $981,000 from the Regional

Culture and Heritage Fund,

which has now completed the

club’s long fundraising battle.

The former Lyttelton Working

Men’s Club has struggled

with funding to carry out the

re-establishment of the building

since it was demolished following

the 2011 earthquakes.

Built in 1905, the building has

been an integral, significant and

well-known part of the Lyttelton

community.

It housed a range of commercial

premises through to 1944

before it was converted to the

Waterside Workers Social Club,

known locally as ‘The Loons.’

In 1951, the building became a

hub of support during the largest

industrial dispute ever seen

in New Zealand, which lasted

for 151 days.

The Government declared a

state of emergency during the

waterfront dispute and made it

an offence for citizens to assist

strikers – even giving food to

their children was outlawed.

However, the club broke

the law to help strikers and

their families in Lyttelton,

distributing food which had

been illegally donated by people

sympathetic to their cause.

When the Government deregistered

the Waterside Workers

Union and sought to seize its assets,

it became a different entity

– the Lyttelton Working Men’s

Club, which saved the building.

The newly-formed club helped

reunite the community by

hosting events and serving as a

meeting place for local groups.

The building was leased to

the Cabaret Club in 2007 and

became The Loons Theatre

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Company, which ran popular

shows, plays, music nights and

fundraisers until the 2010 and

2011 earthquakes.

Now, the club has the opportunity

to “save the past and look

to the future” with the recent

funding.

Club treasurer Thea Mickell

was thrilled that the club

received the full amount requested.

“RCHF wanted to ensure that

we didn’t have another shortfall.

We’ve had a lot of funding and

insurance money along the way

but it was never enough to get us

completed.”

FULL

FUNDING:

Project

manager Rohan

Morgan and

The Loons

Club treasurer

Thea Mickell

will see part

of Lyttelton’s

history fully

restored with

a Government

grant totalling

almost $1

million.

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As well as finishing construction,

the funding will include

the installation of professional

theatre sound and lighting

systems and an assisted hearing

system for the hard of hearing.

The new two-storey premises

includes a commercial kitchen, a

bar area and a large upper floor

multi-purpose space.

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CENTRE COMMITTEE

Birdlings Flat residents will form

an elected committee to take

responsibility for the community

centre on Poranui Beach Rd. An

informal committee has managed

the hall for the past two years

under the Little River Wairewa

Community Trust umbrella. Part

of an agreement when the hall

was built was to establish a group

with its own entity after two

years. An annual meeting will

be held on August 30 to start the

process.

REDCLIFFS ECO-VILLAGE

A gathering of about 30 turned out

to the first meeting and discussion

on a strategy to turn Redcliffs into

an eco-village last Wednesday.

Five people agreed to form a new

group which will work to help other

residents reduce their emissions.

$13,500 RAISED FOR FILM

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target in one week. The crew need

$15,000 to cover their production

budget for the ‘Banks-centric’

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Needham

in election

challenge

• By Louis Day

A CHARTERIS Bay resident has

stepped up to challenge deputy

mayor and Banks Peninsula city

councillor Andrew Turner.

Internet retailer Howard

Needham said he is running for

the city council

because he does not

think Cr Turner is

doing enough for

the area. He is also

running for the

Banks Peninsula

Howard

Needham

Andrew

Community Board.

Cr Turner was

elected unopposed

in the 2016 elections.

Said Mr Needham:

“He is too busy being

Dalziel’s deputy and

is not doing enough

out here. We have

lots of great communities

out here

and we kind of get

Turner

left behind, the council takes our

money and does nothing for us.”

However, Cr Turner said he has

been an effective advocate for the

peninsula in his two terms on the

city council. He refuted claims his

role as deputy mayor was getting

in the way of being a representative

for the peninsula.

Kirsty Nixon

Horizons

24 August - 18 September 2019

Like portals to paradise, Kirsty Nixon’s large-scale paintings invite the viewer to

pull back the ‘fringes’ of our native flora to reveal quintessentially New Zealand

landscapes hidden in behind. Framed by the structural forms of our native

foliage, like cabbage tree leaves or nectar-laden flax flowers, and almost always

with a native bird or two in attendance, unfolding before your eyes could be

an endless coastline, a deep, green cove or perhaps even a glimpse of the far

horizon.

Kirsty is repeatedly drawn to the New Zealand landscape

in its various guises and while on holiday at the bird

sanctuary island Tiritiri Matangi recently she experienced

a sense of utter peace while watching the bellbirds

flitting about the feeders and hearing their hypnotic song.

Returning home, she became keenly aware of the absence

of native birdsong and thus her new works pay tribute to

the ways in which the melodic voices of our native birds

have the ability to enrich our lives as we navigate daily life.

Based in Auckland, Kirsty has been painting full-time

since 1997, initially in the medium of watercolour but

now having found her home in the freedom and impact of

acrylic.

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Development starts to take shape

•From page 1

The building’s basement will

be home to the wellness centre,

which is envisioned to have hot

and cold baths, a sauna, steam

and therapy rooms.

On the ground floor, there will

likely be a gym, retail, hospitality

and consultation rooms.

Floors one and two will have

18 studio apartments and eight

single bedroom apartments. A

rooftop terrace will be exclusive

to residents.

The apartments are likely

to cost between $390,000 and

$530,000, depending on the size

and location of the space.

Lyttelton Residents’

Association chairman Ken

Maynard said he is concerned

the complex is not aimed at local

residents.

“It’s a fairly personal opinion,

not one for the association . . .

but I don’t think this is what we

needed,” he said.

“It’s quite big. It’s

taller than the other

buildings in the street,

and I thought one of

the features which was

going to be attractive

was the roof garden,

but it’s actually for the

tenants.”

Ohu Development

founding partner Camia Young

Camia

Young

Kirsty Nixon’s

Original Painting

‘Kereru and Karaka’

Kirsty Nixon’s

Original Painting

‘Three’s Not a

Crowd It’s a Party’

Main Rd, Little River 03 325 1944

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LIVING: Artist Eoin Hudson’s impression of the planned

Collett’s Corner building and apartments.

said she would have loved for

the rooftop to be open to

the public,. However, it

“would never” be allowed

due to health and safety

requirements.

“That was one of the

major issues that was in the

city council requirements

for the rooftop terrace,” Ms

Young said.

Resource consent is now

pending for the new design,

which was modified after the

city council requested changes.

“I’m dancing with every policy

and requirement out there,” she

said.

A meeting was set to be held

last night to update shareholders

and residents on the project.

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Crime not being reported

• By Jess Gibson

POLICE SAY there has

been no noticeable spike

in crimes happening in

Lyttelton.

A community meeting

has been set up by Banks

Peninsula Community

Board members on September

8 to address concerns

over the area being a

target for offenders.

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Bigger population, better remuneration

•From page 1

Mr McLister thought the

current pay rate failed to

account for the workload

and a pay rate similar to

the other boards would

encourage more candidates

to step forward.

The current remuneration

model is set by population,

so community boards

with bigger populations get

better remuneration.

As it stands, Banks Peninsula

Community Board

members are set to receive

$9864 and the chairperson

$19,729 after the elections.

Whereas members of the

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board

will receive $24,580 and

their chair $49,160.

Mr McLister thought

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crime are being made

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Facebook pages.

But Sergeant Franco

Lovrich said incidents are

not being reported which

has made it hard for police

to detect any increase.

“If it’s not life-threatening,

call 105 and report incidents

so we can monitor

what is going on,” he said.

He said incidents in

relation to a white ute

John McLister

they deserved a pay rate

similar to the inner-city

boards.

The remuneration of the

community boards could

all change when the new

city council decides on the

allocation of a $1,843,200

governance pool.

Funds from the pool

caused a spike in particular

offending and police

are now seeking information

in relation to the

vehicle and its driver.

Sergeant Lovrich will

be present to listen to the

communities concerns

and give advice on crime

prevention at the meeting.

The meeting will be held

at 5pm in the Lyttelton

Arts Factory, 1 Sumner

Rd.

could be used to increase

the $97,280 base salary of

city councillors, the mayor’s

$195,000 pay packet or

the remuneration of community

board members.

Mr McLister said he

would like to see some of

the money from the governance

pool used to bring

the Banks Peninsula Community

Board remuneration

to a similar standard

as the inner city boards.

“We have a land mass

bigger than Christchurch,

we have two harbours,

we used to have our own

council.”

He said the low level of

remuneration and time

commitments of the role

contributed to his decision

to not stand for re-election.

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Extra fees for Akaroa ships

CRUISE SHIPS berthing in

Akaroa will contribute more

this summer towards the costs

of maintaining the area’s public

amenities.

The city council has decided

to add an ‘amenity cost contribution’

to its cruise ship fees this

summer, meaning overall fees

for berthing in Akaroa Harbour

will increase by nine per cent.

The fee increase is designed

to help the city council recoup

more of the additional costs it

incurs due to increased demand

on the region’s public amenities,

like toilets, during the cruise

season.

The small township of Akaroa

has become a busy cruise ship

destination since the earthquakes

damaged the wharf

facilities at Lyttelton, forcing

cruise ship companies to find

alternative places to berth.

While cruise ship visits over

the past few years have brought

significant economic benefits

to local businesses, they have

also put pressure on the town’s

amenities and infrastructure,

particularly its public toilets.

The city council is about to

spend $630,000 on replacing the

ageing block of public toilets on

Rue Jolie, behind the Akaroa

Service Centre.

It is also currently in the

process of looking at how it can

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upgrade Akaroa’s main wharf

so that it better meets the community’s

needs.

City council citizens and

community general manager

Brent Smith said the fees that

cruise ships will be charged this

summer are more reflective of

the additional expenditure that

is required in Akaroa because of

their visits.

“The additional costs of providing

adequate toilet facilities

for cruise ship passengers is

the major cost the council has

been covering, with additional

cleaning and temporary toilets

required at times. Now we can

meet these costs without it

becoming a ratepayer burden,

freeing up funds to be spent on

other needed maintenance in

the community’’ Mr Smith said.

Cruise ship agent ISS McKay

operations manager Richard

Carvalho agrees the contribution

is a good outcome.

“Agreeing this cost

contribution from visiting

cruise operators reflects our

commitment to a strong

relationship with the Akaroa

community,’’ Mr Carvalho said.

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Wolf painting wins

children’s choice

in $40k fundraiser

• By Jess Gibson

WHEN BARBI Larkins was

diagnosed with cancer in 2015,

she picked up her paintbrush.

The Cass Bay resident, who had

an unused commercial art degree,

started off painting animals

to rediscover her passion.

One of Mrs Larkins’ first artworks

was a wolf – representing

the freedom and adventure she

felt while exploring her creativity.

Now, that wolf will hang in the

halls of Lyttelton Primary School

after being voted children’s choice

in the Peninsula Art Auction.

Mrs Larkins’ painting, titled

Woof, was one of 160 artworks

which raised more than $40,000

for the school during its major

biennial fundraiser on August 3

and 4.

In the lead up to the auction,

a number of pupils were given

a golden ticket to vote on their

favourite piece of art.

Mrs Larkins, who is now cancerfree,

said she was “stoked” children

liked her painting so much.

It was bought for about $300

and donated back to the school by

the buyer.

“I’ve had some feedback since

then on how much they enjoyed

it, which is really special for me.”

A strong crowd browsed and

bid on the art, which was donated

by artists with a connection to

the Banks Peninsula.

The school’s upstairs classrooms

and library were transformed

into a “sophisticated” art

gallery.

The total sum was almost

on par with the $42,000 which

poured in during the 2017 auction.

Principal Brendan Wright said

the money raised reflected the

nature of the community.

“They want to do the best for

the children who live here and

the auction one of the ways that

they show it,” he said.


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Pupils donate sports gear to needy

• By Jess Gibson

A GROUP of Mt Pleasant School

pupils will use second-hand sports

gear to achieve a goal.

But that goal has nothing to do

with netball, football or hockey – it

is all about increasing opportunities

for kids who struggle to afford

recreational equipment.

Year 8 pupils Neve Ballin, Maeve

Montgomery McCarthy, Luke Wenham,

and Mohamed Wahabzabah

are collecting unwanted sports gear

around the community before donating

it to schools and individuals

in need.

The group, who all love sports,

have chosen the project as a part

of the school’s framework which

requires pupils in their last year at

the school to look into a significant

issue they are interested in.

The concept is based on Sport

Canterbury’s “give gear get great”

programme – a similar initiative

supported by the Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton and Spreydon-Cashmere

community boards.

“We all think that there are so

many benefits of playing sports it is

so important for all kids physically

and especially mentally,” Neve said.

“Playing sports gives all children

something for them and their

families to be proud of. We are all

• By Jess Gibson

A SUMNER professor has just

completed new research into the

development of babies affected

by their mother’s drug use.

Canterbury University head of

health sciences Lianne Woodward

has discovered increased

opioid and other drug use is

affecting children’s readiness for

learning when they start school.

Ms Woodward led a five-year

study of 100 babies whose mothers

took methadone to treat opioid

dependence and 110 babies

whose mothers did not.

With PhD graduate Dr Samantha

Lee, Ms Woodward followed

the babies from birth to four and

a half years old, with researchers

just a group of kids who all love

sports and we also understand what

a privilege it is for us to be able to

participate in sports and wanted to

level the playing field and help other

kids to get the benefits that we get.”

The group hopes that once the

project grows more, it can make a

database for kids to request equipment

and pick it up from the school.

Principal Chris Nord said the aim

of the school’s framework is to help

pupils understand how they can

make an impact on the world and

the people around them.

“We want them to care and know

there actually is something that they

can do in the community.”

Because the group want the

project to continue after they leave

the school, they will pitch the idea

to the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board at a meeting

today to see whether it will support

the initiative.

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Research into affects of maternal drug use completed

assessing the children’s physical

and motor development, socialemotional

skills, approaches to

learning, language, and cognitive

functioning.

“Opioid use in New Zealand

is on the rise, so the hope is

that this study can contribute

to health and education services

planning to help support the

needs of these children and

their families,” Ms Woodward

said.

“We wanted to understand

not only the effects of maternal

substance use during pregnancy

on children’s development but

also how social disadvantage and

other medical and family factors

might contribute to difficulties.”

Ms Woodward is an interna-

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The results found that over

70 per cent of children born to

opioid-dependent mothers had

at least one health or developmental

difficulty that would

likely impact their schooling,

compared to 29 per cent of

children drawn from the general

population.

Multiple problems were also

common, affecting 48 per cent

of methadone-exposed children

compared with 15 per cent of

control-group children.

The research showed the more

substance used during pregnancy,

the worse the outcomes

for children.

However, with early targeted

help for these children and their

families, children’s outcomes can

be improved.

“It is clear from our results

that when there is good support

for the family and the family

is coping with the challenges

of parenting, their children do

well,” she said.

“We can mitigate the

long-term risks associated

with opioids and other forms

of maternal drug use during

pregnancy, but we need early

developmental surveillance

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those who will benefit from

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Wednesday August 21 2019

News

Wheels turning

on new

cycleway

THE SECOND stage of a new

cycleway connecting Ferrymead

with other suburbs has finished a

month ahead of schedule.

The Heathcote Expressway

cycle route, which travels across

Ferry Rd, will eventually link up

with Opawa, Woolston and the

central city.

At the peak of the project,

which finished on August 2, 14

separate crews were working

together on-site to pour 57 new

vehicle crossings.

Over 41,000 construction hours

were worked on-site, including on

Saturdays.

City council transport planning

and delivery manager Lynette

Ellis said contractors worked

extremely hard to minimise disruption

to local businesses.

“Every effort was made to

keep everyone informed including

sending weekly newsletter

updates to over 120 stakeholders,”

she said.

“It’s proving popular with cyclists

so far, with an official count

showing that 40 cyclists and a

couple of scooters used the Ferry

Rd section of the route between

7am and 8am last Wednesday.”

The Heathcote Expressway is

part of a network of cycleways

the city council is building to

encourage more people to cycle.

A holiday of sweating and stressing

IT IS HOT here. Swimming in

sweat and trapped inside in the

heat. But that’s to be expected

from an Italian summer.

We are in Laura’s home town

of Pravisdomini, a rural village

about an hour north of Venice,

staying in the apartment where

Laura’s mum used to live.

So far we’ve only managed to

catch up with a few people and

get out a handful of times due

to the constant heat and poor

Vittoria only just getting over

being sick from the week before

last.

You might remember from last

week that poor wee Vittoria had

not only been on antibiotics but

had vomited in Dubai airport on

our way over.

For the whole of last week she

was off her food (which is a quite

a big deal considering we’re in

Italy) and would vomit at least

once a day. Normally after slowly

having a munch on some cheese

or grapes, some of the only

things she would eat.

Then on Wednesday she came

out in a nasty looking red rash

VITTORIA

& Matt

which was all over her body

by Thursday. With the recent

outbreak of measles at home in

mind, we were worried that it

could be something sinister, so

we took a plunge into the Italian

health system.

Being that we’re staying in a

fairly small rural village near

Venice there’s nothing like a 24-

hour surgery here. So we booked

in to see the local doctor (who

even wore a white coat) who sent

us to the paediatric ward of the

nearby San Vito hospital.

We were obviously stretched

pretty thin emotionally at

this stage after spending days

stressing about Vittoria and not

sleeping well.

Bubs on the other hand

had managed to have a ball in

between vomits since discovering

a love of the tarantella (a type

of music from Southern Italy)

through the magic of a small

singing hamster toy. Weird

right? I mean, we’re not even in

Southern Italy and I still hear Che

La Luna about a million times a

day.

ON THE MEND: First time

walking in jandals on one of

the very few walks of week

in Pravisdomini.

Thankfully said hospital was

incredibly quiet and we were

seen almost as soon as we walked

in. After a thorough check we

were told that it was likely down

to be a reaction to the antibiotics.

Nothing to worry about and it

would clear up on its own in

a couple of days. The cherry

on top was that it didn’t cost as

much as I feared. Less than 60

Euro isn’t too bad seeing as we’re

foreign.

With absolute relief awash

through our systems we went

out to eat on Saturday night

with my sister-in-law Christine,

her partner Fabrizio, my nephew

William, his partner Sara and

their daughter Grace (who’s

around the same age as Vittoria).

The village was celebrating La

Festa del Gran Perdon, a religious

festival which takes place every

five years. Over the weekend

there was music, theatre, games

and a massive barbecue by the

church, a beautiful 600-year-old

edifice that nobody here thinks is

as amazing as I do.

Although it was still hot

enough to fuse your shirt to your

skin it was great to finally get out

and spend some time with family

and see Vittoria finally taste

(literally and figuratively) a little

of her mum’s culture as well.

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Wednesday August 21 2019

Selwyn Sounds

Library to

open longer

in Diamond

Harbour

• By Jess Gibson

DIAMOND Harbour residents

will soon be able to bury their

noses in a good read six days

a week thanks to two young

bookworms.

The library and community

hub on Waipapa Ave will extend

its hours from Monday following

the approval of extra funding in

the city council’s Annual Plan.

It will be open on Mondays,

Tuesdays and Fridays, 2-6pm,

Wednesdays and Thursdays,

10am-2pm, and Saturdays,

10am-1pm.

It comes after a petition

with 251 signatures started by

Annabelle Wear to extend the

libraries hours was submitted to

the draft Annual Plan in April.

Mrs Wear was determined to

satisfy the reading appetites of

her 12 and eight-year-old sons,

who spend about 25 hours a

week reading books.

“It’s fabulous to hear we will

be getting more library hours.

Hooray for Diamond Harbour.

Everyone I have spoken to is very

excited and pleased that we were

listened to and a change is being

made fairly quickly,” Mrs Wear

said.

The city council said residents

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The award-winning Australian

rock outfit will bring their hitfilled

set to Selwyn Sounds in the

Lincoln Domain on March 7.

Icehouse’s line-up has changed

many times since forming as

Flowers more than 40 years ago.

Davies has been there since the

beginning.

He said years of on-stage

experience and songwriting

would be encapsulated in

the band’s Selwyn Sounds

performance.

“I’ve been working with

some of these guys for 35 years

and they are absolutely the

most brilliant set of musicians

that Australia has to offer, I’m

completely confident in saying

that.”

Davies said the band is very

selective about where they

play these days, but they want

to perform at Selwyn Sounds

because New Zealand audiences

have always been some of their

biggest supporters.

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we have with New Zealand is

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population we actually had more

success in New Zealand than

anywhere else in the world.”

But it is fair to say Icehouse’s

music has been heard and

appreciated by audiences all over

the world.

Davies said the turnaround

from being a band of

20-something-year-olds

and $18,000 in debt to their

management, to achieving

international success had not

been easy.

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and under duress living in my

parents home, which I hated

doing.

“When that first album came

out it was a big success and, of

course, we were able to pay off

that debt and end up finally

earning some money.”

Davies said he didn’t believe

the money would keep rolling

in and certainly did not expect

three years later Icehouse would

have to choose between touring

with David Bowie or Peter

Gabriel. They decided to support

Bowie on his 1983 Serious

Moonlight European tour.

“The sheer scale of it was just

beyond comprehension when

you’re playing to 70,000 people

every show that you do . . . I

remember pulling into one big

outdoor show and there were

about 10 coaches, 10 buses . . . my

kind of head exploded because I

couldn’t conceive 10 buses full of

crew working on a single show.”

Davies said the Selwyn Sounds

crowd could expect Icehouse to

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a performance with just as much

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Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Diamond Harbour Bridge Club

Tuesday, 1.30, at the rugby

club, Wednesday 6.40pm at the

bowling club

New players are welcome.

There will also be a chance

to learn to play bridge when

lessons start on September 3 at

7pm in the green room of the

Memorial Hall on Waipapa Ave.

For more information, phone

Pauline on 329 4414 or 027 363

6302.

Diamond Harbour Bowling

Club, 20 Purau Ave, Diamond

Harbour Rugby Club, 2a

Waipapa Ave

One Stitch at a Time

Tomorrow, 10am-noon

Have a natter over your

needles. All are welcome from

people who have never crafted

and aren’t sure it is for them to

experienced crafters who feel like

a bit of a chat while they sew, knit

and weave.

Mt Pleasant Community

Centre

A Very Pleasant Playgroup

Tomorrow, 9.30-11.30am

This drop-in playgroup is

for pre-schoolers and their

grown-ups. Stay for the whole

session or drop-in when it

suits.

Mt Pleasant Centre

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Enjoy some great company and

explore your creativity. Phone

Beth for more information on

022 678 1252.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Tai Chi

Friday, 7-8.30pm

This is a gentle exercise for

people of all ages and fitness

levels, bringing many health

and other benefits. All are

welcome to attend this weekly

class. Phone Lucida for more

information on 022 697 7420.

105 Bridle Path Rd

Handbuilt

Friday, Saturday and Sunday,

10am-4pm

An exhibition of innovative

handmade ceramics by six

members of the Wednesday

night pottery group. This

exhibition runs until the end of

the month. Free entry. Historic

Stoddart Cottage is a great place

to visit with the family. Hop on

the ferry from Lyttelton.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery, 2a

Waipapa Ave, Diamond Harbour

Akaroa Craft Group

Monday, 1.30-2.30pm

Go along and join the Akaroa

Encourage learning through a love of books at Storytimes, a free interactive programme

including songs, rhymes and play. Sessions run today from 10.30-11am at Matuku Takotako:

Sumner Centre and on Tuesday from 11-11.30am at Lyttelton Library.

Craft Group. Sit in comfy chairs

and have a relaxing chat while

working on your project. Share

skills in a wide range of crafts,

including needlework, knitting,

quilting, handicrafts, making

dolls, teddy bears and spinning.

Akaroa Library

Indoor Bowls at Tui Club

Monday, 12.45-3.45pm

Go along for a fun and

inclusive environment at indoor

bowls. The first day is free and is

$3 thereafter. All equipment is

supplied. No previous experience

necessary as coaching is given.

Soft-soled shoes should be worn.

Phone Sue on 389 1849.

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

Woolston

Mt Pleasant Walking Group

Tuesday and Thursday,

9.30am

A mix of flat and hill

walks for people with a

medium level of fitness.

Walks are in nearby areas and

further afield. There will be

car-pooling with shared costs.

Phone Judy on 384 1269 for more

information.

Various locations

Technology Help Sessions

Monday, 2-3pm

If you need help using

your computer, smartphone,

iPad, or tablet, go along to a

drop-in session. It will cover

off email, searching the

internet, using the library

catalogue, eBooks, and general

computer queries. Take your

laptop, tablet, or smartphone, or

use one of the centre’s computers.

No bookings required at this free

event.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Today, 10am-noon at Lyttelton,

Tuesday, 10.30am-noon at

Sumner

Take your knitting, crochet or

other portable craft project and

enjoy time with other crafters at

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street vendor fare

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1/summer rolls gf

Freshly made rice paper roll, pork and prawns,

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Diced chicken, five spices and wasabi mayo. $11.00

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Battered fish, wrapped with toasted roti,

red onion and coriander, served with delicious

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Fresh salmon cube, red onion, fresh coriander,

lemongrass, lime citrus, lettuce, peanuts. $13.90

7/Shanghai dumpling with Panang

curry sauce

Steamed pork dumpling topped with thick Panang

curry sauce and kaffir lime leaves. $10.50

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Signature barbecue style pork ribs, marinated

with Asian herbs and served with ginger soy

sauce. $13.50

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Rib eye beef, lightly seared, marinated, sliced

thinly, garnished with spring onions, fried

garlic and served with a citrus-soy sauce. $14.90

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Vermicelli noodles, lettuce, mint, coriander, peanuts,

crispy spring roll and grilled pork served with

special house made sauce. $20.90

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Grilled beef slices, mixed with roasted rice powder,

fresh coriander, mint, shallot, lemongrass with hot

and sour dressing. $22.00

22/salmon green curry gf v

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Aromatic slow-cooked pork cheek in a dark rich sauce,

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Spicy, sweet and delicious chicken thighs, Szechaun

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Slow-cooked lamb shank in Massaman curry paste, creamy

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Mouth watering chicken stir-fried with fresh chilli,

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Caramelised short rib beef with kaffir lime chilli,

lemon and basil. $25.00

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Sweet chilli jam sauce, crispy slices of deep fried

chicken, carrot and red capsicum. $22.50

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Wok tossed Angus beef, potato, red capsicum, onion,

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30/honey crispy chicken

Lightly battered chicken, fried to a crisp

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31/sizzling fish steak

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Beef cheek simmering in coconut milk and spices,

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$22.00

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seasonal vegetables. Rich, sweet and satisfying.

$22.90

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with basil * v

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with egg, seasonal vegetables, fresh basil, chilli and

spicy paste. $20.50

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CHICKEN, BEEF OR PORK. A classic Jasmine rice

stir-fried with egg, peas, onions and fresh seasonal

vegetables. $20.90

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Rice $3.50

Roti bread $4.00

Chicken, Beef, Pork $3.50

Prawns $5.00

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If you’re hankering for a taste of Indochina – Vietnamese street

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Here you will find the delectable flavourings of Asia served up in

an environment that creates an enticing atmosphere.

You can choose from an amazing range of street fare that is

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Diners can choose the way they dine – either by selecting from

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Whatever you order, you are encouraged to share at your table

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flavours.

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curry or kungpao chicken are all

available in the larger sized meals.

Here you will find quality food at

reasonable prices and once you visit,

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sample the wonderful flavours

Le Xom has to offer.

6 Wakefield Ave, Sumner

Phone 03 326 4352

Open 7 days 5pm-9.30pm

www.lexom.co.nz


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Whether you fancy Thai, Vietnamese or a popular dish

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Bring the family along for an enjoyable dinner at the Thai Garden

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