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Governors Bay link with Santa movie „„ By Sarla Donovan GOVERNORS BAY film director Tony Simpson has just finished making the world’s first Kiwi family Christmas movie. Kiwi Christmas has a special screening for friends and family at Hollywood Cinema in Sumner this

Sunday before opening nationwide on November 30. The movie tells the story of how Santa, frustrated by the materialism of Christmas, goes ‘awol’ from the North Pole and crash lands at a camp ground in New Zealand where he is adopted by KIWI-STYLE: Director Tony Simpson (left) and editor Scott Flyger are excited about the release of a camping family. the new movie. •Turn to page 6

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„„ By Sarla Donovan HEATHCOTE Valley residents and the city council are at loggerheads over the $860,000 repair to their local community centre. Heathcote Valley Community Association committee member Jackie Foulkes said the building was opened in December last year but it’s not warm enough. “The heating isn’t sufficient. There are only overhead heaters and it doesn’t warm up in the winter. It needs a timer or some heat pumps. People won’t want to hire the space out if it’s freezing cold. It’s not fit for purpose.” Mrs Foulkes said as well as poor heating, the wooden deck swells in winter when it is wet and the doors out onto the deck can’t be opened. She also said that if there are any more than two plugs being used at any one time in the kitchen, the power shorts out. “We’re really concerned that the building will soon be over a year old and at that point I don’t know if we will have any recourse. We really need to get it fit for purpose,” she said. •Turn to page 7

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Speed limit may drop Progress on Dyers Pass Rd campaign „„ By Sarla Donovan GOVERNORS BAY resident Rosie Belton is pleased the Dyers Pass Rd speed limits could be lowered to 60km/h. The well-known author has been a vocal campaigner on road safety issues, including speeding vehicles and boy racer activity in Governors Bay. The city Rosie Belton council is currently seeking public feedback on a proposal to change the speed limit on Dyers Pass Rd, from its intersection with Governors Bay Rd to the Sign of the Takahe. Currently the speed limit along that stretch of the road varies between 50km/h and 100km/h. Under the proposal put

DANGER: A lower speed limit is expected to reduce the number of crashes on Dyers Pass Rd.

forward the variable speed limits would be changed to one consistent speed limit of 60km/h. Ms Belton said it was “fantastic” news. “That’ll be brilliant. But I expect lots of people will complain, including locals,” she said. About 180 accidents have been recorded over the past decade along that stretch of Dyers Pass Rd, resulting in one fatality and 14 serious injuries.

“Loss of control due to inappropriate speeds into bends and risky overtaking account for a concerning number of the reported accidents,’’ said city council transport operations manager Aaron Haymes. “To improve safety we are proposing a new speed limit of 60km/h. We are also proposing to add double yellow no passing lines and two new slow vehicle bays.’’ Mr Haymes says the aim of

the double yellow lines was to keep motorists on their side of the road. Motorists are legally able to cross double yellow lines to pass cyclists if they are able to do so safely. Public feedback is open until December 18. Visit www.ccc/ haveyoursay •HAVE YOUR SAY: Is a 60km/h speed limit a good idea? Email your views to sarla.donovan@starmedia. kiwi

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In Brief MOA BONE CAVE PATH A footpath on the south side of Main Rd outside Moa Bone Cave has been planned for the new year. Design work is under way and construction is due to start early next year. There is currently no pathway on the Moa Bone Cave side of Main Rd, which means pedestrians have to cross the road to access the pathway on the north side. The pathway has been out of action since the February 22, 2011, earthquake rendered it unusable. HARBOUR PLAN A management plan for the future of Whakaraupo/ Lyttelton Harbour is out for public consultation. Te Hapu o Ngāti Wheke, Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, Environment Canterbury, Lyttelton Port Company and the city council have developed the plan which aims to restore the ecological health of Lyttelton Harbour. Public meetings about the plan take place tonight from 5.30-7.30 at the Governors Bay Community Centre; tomorrow from 5.30-7.30pm at the Charteris Bay Yacht Club and on Friday from 5.30-7.30pm at the Diamond Harbour Community Hall. e alN sIO CT Ur Ao f

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Property under investigation again „„ By Sarla Donovan ACCOMMODATION activities at a Sumner house are being investigated by the city council for the second time this year. The property at 58 Marriner St is owned by property investor Denis Harwood – a prominent objector to the proposed Levis skate park across the road. The city council has found potential non-compliances with the District Plan relating to short-term guest accommodation activities at the site. “We have provided guidance to the occupant in relation to District Plan requirements for these activities and we are currently working with the owner to achieve voluntary compliance,” city council head of regulatory compliance Tracey Weston said. In March this year, following complaints from residents, including two about noise, the city council shut down an illegal hostel being operated from the property by a tenant, Julian Bell. A resource consent is required if a property is to be run as a hostel. Mr Harwood said he had been out of the country for the past two months and had not been contacted by the city council about any non-compliant

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In Brief MALTWORKS VILLAGE The first owners and tenants have taken up residence in the new village on the former Maltworks site in Heathcote Valley. The lifestyle villas for people aged over 55 are being developed by property company PLC Group. Thirteen villas have been completed and a further two are under construction. A clubhouse for the village is expected to gain resource consent early next year. Sixty five villas and townhouses are planned for the completed development. LYTTELTON SINGER Lyttelton recording artist Aldous Harding’s acclaimed second album Party has been named album of the year by Rough Trade shops, a group of independent record stores in the United Kingdom and the United States. The celebrated singer-songwriter is set to celebrate the win with a special in-store performance at Rough Trade East, London, tomorrow. She is scheduled to perform in Christchurch on November 30.


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News Church Bay road one lane until February „„ By Sarla Donovan IT WILL be February before slip-damaged Marine Drive in Church Bay is restored back to two-lane traffic. A mother and daughter had a lucky escape after a landslide hit their home on September 2. The slip pushed a set of double garages down the hill, taking out part of the road and the house. Since that time, the road has been reduced to one lane. City council planning and delivery transport manager Lynette Ellis said contractors would start work before Christmas, with completion “anticipated” in late February. “Following the slip, geotechnical investigations and a detailed design for repairs was undertaken, and the works were tendered,” Ms Ellis said. The awarding of the tender was “imminent,” she said. Ms Ellis said the road would not be fully closed at any stage. “The intention is for the road to remain open at all times, however, it will be restricted to one way flow under the control of traffic lights, as it is at present.”

Governors Bay link with Santa film •From page 1 Meanwhile, the Coastguard think an illegal alien has come in to the country so they go under cover at the camp. The family has to save Santa from the Coastguard and then convince him to go back to the North Pole and complete his duties. Co-written with Andy Gunn (brother of Jason Gunn) Mr Simpson said the idea came during one of his own family’s Christmas camping trips to Totaranui in the Abel Tasman National Park, where his children wondered if Santa would be able to find them at the camp ground. Although it is not autobiographical, Mr Simpson said the film was quintessentially Kiwi, unlike most other Christmas movies which were set in the Northern Hemisphere. “Kiwi Christmas is our very own family Christmas film,” Mr Simpson told the Bay Harbour News. It has taken four years to make, which was a “fairly quick turnaround” for a feature film, he said. Both Mr Simpson and his editor Scott Flyger live in Governors Bay, which you might think would be a bit far from the filmmaking action.

But he said the first couple of years were taken up with getting the script written and the finance and distribution organised. “You can live pretty much anywhere because you can do so much of that over the internet. I was away for about three months making the film in Auckland. What was good this time was

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that Scott happened to live in the bay and the sound editor Chris Sinclair has a studio in Christchurch. So I didn’t have to travel to do post production.’’ Most of the cast and crew lived in Auckland so filming took place just north of Orewa Beach, with funding from the New Zealand Film Commission.

Mr Simpson said he wanted to make a movie that would appeal to families around the world, and give kiwis the chance to see themselves on the big screen. “We’ll finally have something personal to watch at Christmas time and create a new family tradition with something that reflects the magic of that time of year, Kiwi-style.” It’s the second film Mr Simpson has made with Mr Gunn. The two worked together on 2012s Kiwi Flyer, inspired by the Nelson Trolley Derby which was an institution in the Nelson community where Mr Simpson grew up. He shifted to Governors Bay with his wife Helen nine years ago, just after their third child was born. “It’s a lovely community and I particularly like the dramatic landscape with the towering hillside and the ever-changing harbour. I’m looking forward to summer and getting the boat out and heading over to Quail Island.” •Kiwi Christmas opens nationwide on Thursday, November 30. Check out the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=_J8Rm531oxs

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„„ By Sarla Donovan STONEMASONS will start work tomorrow on Lyttelton’s iconic Timeball Tower as its rebuild picks up pace. They will start installing the exterior stonework this week using stones from the original structure where possible, said Heritage New Zealand general manager Nick Chin. A small group of workers have been stationed at the Ferrymead site where the stones are stored, cleaning and preparing them for the stonemasons to use. Wellington firm Bosworth Stone won the contract for the stonework, which is expected to take until March to complete. Two stonemasons will be on site and will have helpers at various times. Meanwhile, the first concrete pour – up to the first floor of the reinforced concrete walls – will also take place this week. Mr Chin said everything is “on track and on budget” for an April completion date. The $2.8 million restoration project has been funded by a $1.3 million Lotteries grant; $1.1 million grant from charitable trust, Landmark;

PROGRESS: Repairs to Lyttelton’s Timeball Tower are picking up pace, with stonemasons due to start work on the site tomorrow. The aim is to restore the tower which stood tall against the harbour hills before the February 22, 2011, earthquake.

and $325,000 from Stout Trust, Holcim Cement, Parkinson Memorial Trust and the Mainland Foundation, said Mr Chin. The insurance payout funded the demolition costs. Community members have driven the campaign to rebuild the landmark and they would be acknowledged and celebrated at an opening ceremony when the Timeball was

completed. The landscaping will eventually be restored as much as possible to its original state, with new information boards on site which will display the Timeball’s history. It is one of only 15 left in the world and the only one to have undergone a post-earthquake restoration. When completed, the tower will once again overlook the harbour and township, with

the Timeball dropping at 1pm each day. •Hawkins Construction and Heritage New Zealand are sharing the cost of a time-lapse camera which is capturing progress of the build every 10min from 6.30am to 5.30pm. To view progress on the project, visit http://lytteltontimeball. projectstory.co.nz/

Be a change maker. Have your say on the future of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour. Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, Environment Canterbury, Christchurch City Council, and Lyttelton Port Company have been working together to develop a catchment management plan for the future of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour. This plan belongs to the community and we want you to journey with us as we turn it into a reality. To ensure this happens, we’d like to hear what you think about our draft plan.

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News Redcliffs School farewells old site at Sunday carnival A CENTURY after it opened on Main Rd, Redcliffs School’s old campus will be farewelled this weekend. The school has permission from the Ministry of Education to hold its annual fair on the original Main Rd site in a “celebration of community spirit”. Principal Rose McInerney has put the call out to past pupils, staff Rose and the wider McInerney community to support the school in fundraising for the new campus, scheduled to open across the road at Redcliffs Park in 2019. “There are an extraordinary number of people who got in behind us and helped fight to keep our school open and return the school to its community. We’d like to invite everyone involved to come along and say goodbye to our old school site and buildings and celebrate new beginnings – a brand new Redcliffs School over the road in 2019,” Ms McInerney said. Redcliffs School opened in 1907 following the construction

FAIR TIME: The Redcliffs School Fair will be held on the old Main Rd site for the final time this weekend. ​

of the causeway allowing electric trams through from the city. The first school fair was held at Easter in 1947 and the first spring fair was held in September 1952, when funds were raised to purchase a typewriter for the school’s office. Ms McInerney said it was now Redcliffs School’s main fundraiser and a vital source of income. In preparation for the fair, volunteers have put in hundreds of hours tidying the school grounds and clearing and cleaning the old school site buildings, which have been vacant since 2011. Teams of volunteers have been dismantling, salvaging, selling off and donating the school’s fixtures and fittings to minimise

waste ahead of its demolition. Two working bees have taken place, including preparation for a load of school equipment to be shipped to Vanuatu as part of a Pacific Pathways charity initiative. Organiser Zoe Fidler said the fair was one of the biggest in Christchurch, with more than 5000 people expected to attend. “It is a fun-filled day for the whole family featuring carnival rides, white elephant stall, food stalls, good old-fashioned sideshows, crafts, plants, sweets, cakes, toys, clothes, books and more,” said Mrs Fidler. •The Redcliffs School Fair will be held on Sunday from 11am-3pm.

Council closes the book on bid to staff Sumner library over weekends there was money left over to „„ By Sarla Donovan staff it adequately. THE CITY council has been It was frustrating the city criticised for building a library council hadn’t gone for a in Sumner that it can’t afford to “smaller, more affordable library staff on weekends. and had more money in the The Linwood-Centralkitty to staff it”, Ms Mossman Heathcote Community Board said. has asked city council staff to Sumner Centre: Matukutuku investigate whether Takotako cost $10 extended opening million to build. As well hours were possible as the library, it includes after residents meeting rooms, a complained about community hall and a its limited weekend museum. times. Heathcote Ward The library is city councillor Sara currently only Templeton said the open from 10amboard had asked city 1pm on Saturday council staff to come and is closed on back with some options, Sunday. but that was not what it But city council Kimberley had been given. staff have advised Mossman “A simple ‘no’ is board members disappointing. I’m sure that that “owing to the current with some more creative and financial climate, libraries are out-of-the-box thinking, and unable to increase the level of community involvement, a service”. solution can be found.” Sumner Residents’ Cr Templeton said she would Association spokeswoman be raising the issue again at the Kimberley Mossman said the board’s fortnightly meeting city council should have built today. a cheaper library and ensured

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works are also an exploration of form, pattern, Our pre-Christmas exhibition is once again an allwoman gathering of multi-media artists. Whimsical scale and light, extending the work through the takes on personal themes, each of these artists formation of shadows. serve us their ‘Signature Dish’. Kara Burrowes explains her rationale – “I’m drawn The exhibition runs for three weeks finishing to the layers and history of the urban environment; exposed walls, discarded objects. Often it’s the 18th of December, giving plenty of time to wrap a banal and mundane that sparks an idea, the Christmas gift for someone very special. Lisa Grennell’s work is whimsical, much like a concept of transforming something quite ordinary child’s imagination. Designed to make the viewer into something precious and alluring.” smile and think of their own childhood, whilst questioning contemporary society and its impact on the environment. ‘The Simple Life’ is inspiration for this new work. Blanche Fryer’s work for this exhibition has been inspired by the anthropomorphic interpretation of the inner life of fish. “We hear of horse whisperers, canine Blanche Fryer’s anthropomorphic interpretation communicators, mammal channelling, of the inner life of fish. but you never hear of a yarn with a fish, excepting Amy Hoedemakers, “I used sketches from walking if there is a hook on the end. It has been really down the riverbed and words to begin with or enjoyable creating these characters and also as reference points. I wanted my work to have playing with a few different glazes.” the feeling of looking into another world, of it Jane Downes pieces ‘Dwell’, a continuation of her stretching on, almost as though you could step into body of work ‘Shelter’. Designed almost completely it but having an abstract quality at the same time. for function and the upholding of cultural values, Predominantly I’m inspired by the natural world, offering shelter, protection and observation. These painted in a mixture of sizes and formats in oils.”

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The lessons of Parihaka are ones we should take forward with us as a nation, writes MP for Port Hills Ruth Dyson Every year on November 5 there is a small but powerful gathering of people in the Lyttelton Rose Garden which surrounds the old Lyttelton jail, to commemorate Parihaka Day. This significant and dark day in our history is far more worthwhile commemorating than Guy Fawkes. On this day in 1881, there was an armed invasion by Crown troops and militia of the small Taranaki Māori settlement of Parihaka. Confronting the armed invasion on that day on

the local marae, 2500 unarmed adults, including their leaders, the Christian pacifist prophets Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kakahi, sat waiting. The armed soldiers were made to walk past rows of singing children and past rows of hundreds of women, to where the men waited. The two leaders, along with 634 others, were arrested and led away. In spite of the extreme aggravation, no one responded with violence. In the days that followed, 1600 people were forcibly dispersed, houses and crops were razed, women raped and animals slaughtered. The settlement of Parihaka was totally destroyed but there was still no violent resistance. In spite of not having lifted a finger to oppose the invasion, Te Whiti and Tohu were charged with sedition. Both were found

guilty and sent to Addington Prison, where they served for 16 months. Others were sent without trial to prisons in Wellington, Hokitika, Lyttelton, Ripapa Island in Lyttelton Harbour and Dunedin. Many did not survive the harsh conditions. This campaign of non-violent resistance preceded those of Gandhi and Martin Luther King and should be recognised internationally as amongst the first. We should start with recognition of these events in our own country. We are a small and comparatively young nation but many are totally ignorant of our own history. The lessons of Parihaka of passive resistance, peaceful non-violence and coexistence are JAILED: Quarantine buildings on Ripapa Island in Lyttelton lessons we should carry forward Harbour were used to imprison members of the Taranaki Maori with us as a nation. settlement of Parihaka. ​

Paid parental leave needs to evolve and be flexible National List MP Nuk Korako questions whether paid parental leave is flexible enough for parents in the community Who might be affected by changes to paid parental leave in the local area? Working parents with newborns and young children and local businesses. There are so many challenges when we arrive home with our gorgeous little bundle of baby. It can be bewildering to say the least and without flexibility the people in our community who have the least ability to take time off from work will be the most affected. The Government plans to extend paid parental leave to 22

weeks from July 1, 2018, with an increase to 26 weeks from July 1, 2020. I am very happy with the extension to 22 weeks for our local families. The National Party extended paid parental leave from 15 to 18 weeks with the intention to continue to extend PPL to 22 weeks as it is good for families. What I am concerned about is the missed opportunity by this Government to seek public consultation from people in our Port Hills electorate, even though it has seven months until it comes into effect. I would like to see more flexibility so that families who may not have the means or the ability to take leave at the same time, can do so as they should have the same rights as the people who do have the means to do so. Having four children, my wife

Chris and I have discussed this at length and I share the same view as Chris and those local people I’ve spoken to, and that is that PPL is an important opportunity for New Zealand families but it needs to continue to evolve as there are situations that require two parents to be at home. Two good examples highlighted to me by locals are not being able to drive for up to six weeks after a caesarean birth and post natal depression. I believe that it is critical to support parents in our community in those early months and I acknowledge that there are situations that require two parents to be at home, so it is vital that there is flexibility to address that. PPL is a great opportunity for New Zealand families and it needs to continue to evolve with more consideration and public feedback.

We said: Banks Peninsula Community Board members have been told almost half of freedom campers don’t pay their fines You said: Sam Stoner – Same as any fine. Give it to someone from another country they’ll just go home and never pay it. Make them pay then and there or all their stuff gets impounded. Pete Hustwick – It’s all really quite simple. You clamp them. And when the fine is paid in full in cash, then they can get under way again. It would only take a few for the word to get around. We are way too nice in this country. Candice Johnson – Passport information should be taken, and should be flagged if they try and leave without paying. Tourists are having a laugh at how soft NZ is.

Tiffany Cavanaugh –We can’t leave the country without paying our fines, tourists shouldn’t be able to either. Carl de Malmanche – How stupid bureaucratic NZ is that they even thought they would. These are foreigners, not Kiwis. When they walk away they don’t have to look back. They travel through countries with much harsher and stricter rules so NZ is such a milksop compared to what they’re used to. How many other countries would be stupid enough to expect foreigners to pay when they can just exit out of their jurisdiction.

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Sumner’s next generation on track SPORTS SUMNER Running Club’s juniors competed in the quadrathon and ribbon meeting at Rawhiti Domain on Saturday. The quadrathon saw grade 10-14 athletes compete in four disciplines across sprinting, distance running, jumping and throwing events. The grade 7-9 ribbon event was a great chance for some of the

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GARDEN BONANZA: There are 11 gardens to explore in the Sumner Garden Show this weekend, along with workshops on the art of espalier, planting for bees and composting. Places in the workshops are limited, email kirstyrueppell@hotmail.com to register. Coffee and cake is included in the ticket price and there is an optional lunchbox which can be ordered with your ticket. Entry is $30 via Eventfinda or ph 0800 289 849. Sunday, 10am-4pm. Proceeds go to Sumner School. ​

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Climate Change and Our Coast Thursday, 6.30-7.30pm, Tuesday, 4.30pm – 6pm Go along and discuss the latest coastal hazard information from the recently released Coastal Hazard Assessment. City council staff working in natural hazards, consents, civil defence and emergency management will be on hand to talk through the report findings. Thursday at the Akaroa Sports Pavilion, Tuesday at the Diamond Harbour Memorial Hall. Create ’n’ Connect Thursday, 9.30am-noon Enjoy company and creativity at the weekly create ’n’ connect art and craft group. Take your own project or just go along and get some inspiration. $3 per session. Phone Beth for more information, 022 678 1252 St Andrews, 148 Main Rd, Redcliffs Mini Music Thursday, 9.30am Get your pre-schoolers rocking and rolling with the mini music programme at the Port Hills Uniting Parish’s Redcliffs Church hall. Session costs $3 per child or $5 per family and operates on a drop-in basis.

Augusta St, Redcliffs JP Clinic Saturday, 10am-noon A justice of the peace will be available to witness signatures and documents, certify document copies, hear oaths, declarations, affidavits or affirmations as well as sign citizenship, sponsorship or rates rebates applications. There is no charge for this service. Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre, 37 Nayland St Governors Bay House and Garden Tour Sunday, 10am-4pm Treat yourself to a fabulous day in Governors Bay. Meander through gorgeous gardens, discover the hidden secrets behind the trees off the main road and be awed by the ever changing views. Gardens include Ohinetahi, owned by Sir Miles Warren; Waitahuna, the original Dyer Homestead; St Cuthbert’s Church and The Old Schoolhouse, both recently restored and many other private homes and gardens that will surprise and delight. Boxed lunch options available when booking. Your ticket price supports the enhancement of the Governors Bay School

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school lessons from the good old days. Have a sing-a-long to easy listening jazz and the ukulele band. $7.50 seniors, $10 adults. ​Ferrymead Heritage Park, 50 Ferrymead Park Drive Markets: The weekly markets have many different attractions and delicious treats on offer. From fresh produce to freshly baked bread, cheeses and free range eggs. Find some healthy food options and sip on a coffee while taking a wander around any of the markets happening in the area at the weekend. Lyttelton Farmers Market: Saturday, 10am-1pm, London St. Mt Pleasant Farmers Market: Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd. Akaroa Farmers Market: Saturday, 9.30am-1pm, Madeira car park. Sumner Market: Sunday, 11am-3pm, cnr Esplanade and Marriner St.

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Wednesday November 22 2017

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

Love your dentures Is it time to swap your generic denture appearance for a beautiful, natural looking smile? Internationally renowned dental technician Richard Greenlees, PGDipCDTech (University of Otago) of Lovebite is the person to call. His special point of difference is rebuilding what he calls the Oral Architecture, the structure and shape of a patient’s face that is often lost following years of wearing dentures. Lovebite dentures address problems that can arise due to years of the patient wearing incorrectly fitting or poorly functioning dentures, such as poor occlusion (the way the teeth come together), aesthetics, function and hygiene. An intricate knowledge and understanding of facial features allows Richard to return facial tissues back to the correct position, reform lips, and restore beauty and confidence. Richard provides a friendly, discreet service and personally guides his patients through the transformation process to create teeth with small nuances in the fabrication, colour and shape. Carmen, a recent patient said in a thank you letter to Richard, “I highly recommend your craftsmanship to anyone wanting a natural looking smile. Because

you do your work in front of your client, one is able to see how meticulous and dedicated you are to ending up with a top class result. My dentures are amazing. They look like one’s own natural teeth. So much time, effort and energy went into the end result. Simply the best.” Richard’s patients have varying needs, from full denture replacement, to first time immediate dentures, implant supported dentures and metal partial dentures. Since he started making teeth in 1980 Richard has travelled extensively, accumulating vast knowledge through training and working in Japan, and running his own practice in the prestigious Harley Street, London for 15 years. He continues to teach his world leading techniques globally. Richard also creates porcelain crowns and veneers, working with like-minded dental professionals. A beautiful new Lovebite smile resembles nature and reflects the patient’s character. It boosts confidence and helps patients to look and feel years younger. To learn more and to view a gallery of stunning Lovebite dentures, visit lovebite.com.

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SALE AND SUPPLY OF ALCOHOL ACT 2012 SECTION 127 & 101 TT HOSPO LIMITED, (THE LICENSEE, The Village Inn, 41B Nayland Street, Sumner, Christchurch 8081), has made application to the District Licensing Committee at Christchurch for the renewal of ON-LICENCE RENEWAL in respect of the premises situated at 41B Nayland Street known as THE VILLAGE INN. The general nature of the business conducted under the licence is: ON-LICENCE RESTAURANT CLASS 1. The days on which and the hours during which alcohol is sold under the licence are: MONDAY TO SUNDAY 10.00AM TO 1.00AM THE FOLLOWING DAY. The application may be inspected during ordinary office hours at the office of the Christchurch District Licensing Committee, Civic Offices, 77 Hereford Street, Christchurch. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the grant of the application may, not later than 15 working days after the date of the first publication of this notice, file a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Committee, PO Box 73049, Christchurch 8154. No objection to the renewal of a licence may be made in relation to a matter other than a matter specified in section 131 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. This is the first publication of this notice.

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