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Hank waits for his turn to be a calendar boy „„ By Georgia O’Connor-Harding HANK THE border collie cross is looking for a new home. And if he gets one, the twoyear-old just might feature in Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust’s calendar – but not until 2019. The trust’s 2018 calendars are

now on sale, featuring rescued dogs which have been rehomed. Hank, a bright, lovely and playful animal, according to trust manager Pam Howard, has been without a home since October. Mrs Howard said many people had wanted to adopt Hank,

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„„ By Sarla Donovan WHERE A skate park will be sited between Ferrymead and Sumner has been narrowed down to four possibilities. Residents will be told of the secret sites before public consultation is opened in late January. The issue of where a skate park is located has been a hot potato for nearly two decades. So controversial is it, that Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board members have been sworn to secrecy over the possible sites until residents living near them are told. Normally outspoken board member Darrell Latham said: “Until such time as it has gone out for consultation we’ve all been advised that we can’t breach confidentiality. I’d love to be able to tell you but I’d get hung, drawn and quartered. “ Another board member, Tim Lindley, echoed Dr Latham, confirming the board had discussed the list but had been advised not to talk to media: “I know what it is, I think it’s good, I think good things will come of it but we’ll just have to wait and see.” •Turn to page 5

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from the editor’s desk I’M A bit of a dog sort of person. Others might say I’m a dog of a bloke, and if they do, I’d probably take it as a compliment. That’s why I’ve featured the 2018 Dogwatch calendar in today’s paper. The calendar is a fundraiser for this great organisation and the canines which feature in it are ones that they have rescued and rehomed. The system works like this: The dogs which end up in council pounds have seven days to be collected. The pounds then have the unenviable job of giving them the chop or rehoming them. This is where Dogwatch comes in. If there’s room, unwanted dogs are taken in and then the search for a suitable home begins. Hank, who features on page 1, has been at Dogwatch since late October. He has a few quirks but otherwise is a lovely dog, as most border collies are. Photographer Martin Hunter said he played ball for the pic. It would be nice for Hank to have a home. Give Dogwatch a call on 981 4708. Also, if you’re a bit confused by our masthead today – Bay Harbour News, Pegasus Post, Southern View – it’s because we’ve rolled three of our community newspapers into one. It happens at this time of the year. But our stand alone communities will be back in your letter boxes on Tuesday, January 9. –Barry Clarke

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Chef stars in new food book „„ By Sarla Donovan ROOTS Restaurant, chef Jonny Schwass, Otakaro Orchard, and the urban farm, Cultivate Christchurch, all feature in a new book about food. Kai and culture: Food stories from Aotearoa takes a closer look at New Zealand’s emerging food identity. It explores current trends around growing, making and eating food through essays, profiles and recipes. Chef and co-owner of Lyttelton’s multi-award-winning Roots Restaurant, Giulio Sturla, features in the book. Writer Aaron McLean tells the story of the chef’s journey to New Zealand from Chile, setting up Roots with his wife Christy five years ago, and subsequently shaking up the New Zealand food scene. Although the food served at Roots bears little resemblance to what most of us cook on an average evening, Mr Sturla said that was exactly how he liked it. He wants to create an appetite and a market for foods that aren’t readily accessible to most Kiwis – like scampi, paua, crayfish, truffles and certain types of vegetables. His argument goes like this: Because producers don’t think there is a market here, consum-

FOOD FIRST: Roots Restaurant owner and chef Giulio Sturla. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

ers end up paying export prices. “There are so many foods available in New Zealand but not for everyday people. They’re there, but they’re costly for households and many people may not even know how to get hold of them. There isn’t a 24/7 farmers’ market or fish market here (for example).” He would also like Christchurch restaurants to develop more of a focus on their food. “I’d like to see smaller restau-

rants with an ingredient-focused kitchen – these big kitchens aren’t sustainable. Christchurch doesn’t have enough people. The only way to make them (financially viable) is through alcohol sales. Why do you have to create a big bar and hide the kitchen? I’d like to see more balance between alcohol and food. So many new places focus on the fit out, rather than making an interesting menu.” Roots was one of only eight

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restaurants nationally to gain the maximum three “hats” at this year’s Cuisine Good Food awards – and the only one outside Auckland. But Mr Sturla is adamant his restaurant wouldn’t work anywhere else but Lyttelton, and he plans to keep on doing exactly what he has been. Editor Emma Johnson has assembled a wide range of contributors for the book, including Dr Siouxsie Wiles, Alex Davies, Fleur Sullivan, Rebekah Graham, David White, Dr Tracy Berno, Rachel Tauelelei and Monique Fiso. Ms Johnson said she loved food and had always wanted to produce a book about it. “All the new initiatives that were springing up around the city post-earthquake, from urban farms through to markets through to restaurants like Gatherings and Roots using our local, edible resources, it just seemed to indicate people were wanting to know more about where their food was coming from.” •Kai and culture: Food stories from Aotearoa is available at Scorpio Books, Frances Nation, Barry’s Bay Cheese, Black Estate and Piccadilly Books

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Historical links to Redcliffs fountain feature of restoration

„„ By Sarla Donovan THE DRINKING fountain in front of Barnett Park, Redcliffs, has been restored with help from some of the residents involved in its installation more than 40 years ago. The fountain fell over after the February 22, 2011, earthquake, and has been out of action since. Now the Rotary Club of Linwood-Woolston has paid to fix the fountain, which was repaired by Willcox Plumbing last week. Redcliffs resident Neralie Brittenden approached the club three years ago after the city council told her the repairs were well down its list of priorities. She discovered one of the club’s members had a strong connection with the fountain. The club’s chairman at the time of its installation and now secretary, architect Gerald Austin, designed the original seating area where the fountain had been placed in the early 1970s. The original fountain was installed by Jack Willcox, of Willcox Plumbing, who was also a club member. He was helped out by his son Barry. Jack died earlier this year, and this time, it was Barry who helped repair the fountain. The Rotary club also put in new seating several months ago. Mr Austin said the club has had a long association with Barnett Park. “In the good old days, we used to have a fair, which was a great occasion. We planted trees down the bottom of the park, which are now grown, so we do have a connection.”

BESTIES: Cruise (left) who was adopted in 2014, with best buddy Honey.

HAPPY: Lucy was adopted in 2012.

Doggone good calendars •From page 1 Hank is one of 12 dogs the trust is currently trying to rehome. In a bid to continue rehoming abandoned dogs, the trust has teamed up with Community Energy Action to create the 2018 calendar. The calendar’s message focuses on raising awareness about the rescuing and rehoming of abandoned dogs and aims to educate people about energy efficiency. “It is a combined effort that has gone down very well. Some dogs just do not cope with cold weather,” Mrs Howard said. The trust has been producing calendars since about 2011. Funds raised go towards the operation of the rescue centre. “We have always had huge support from the community but this year we were sponsored by CEA. They have done a fantastic job,” Mrs Howard said. Dogwatch is a charitable trust which rescues and rehomes dogs and puppies that have ended up in the Christchurch, Selwyn and Waimakariri pounds. After a seven-day holding period, the council becomes the legal owner and either rehomes the dog or puts it down.

If no one claims the dog, Dogwatch is contacted and if it has kennel space, the dog is taken into its care. •Calendars are available for purchase online at www. cea.co.nz/dogs or from the Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust at its adoption centre, 230 Dyers Rd, or at the CEA, 299 Tuam St. TREASURED: Gus (above) and Micah were rehomed by the Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust this year and will feature in its calendar next year.

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FESTIVE: June Wilson (left), trust co-ordinator Betty Chapman and trust patron Margaret Austin enjoying the Christmas party.

Secrecy over skate park sites •From page 1 fer, saying it was taking too long The need for a skate facility in to gain resource consent. the Sumner/Redcliffs area was In February this year a tempofirst recognised by the city counrary skate ramp at 36 Wakefield cil as far back as 2000. Ave was shut down when it failed In November 2009, a concept to comply with the city plan’s plan for a bike and skate noise standards. area in Barnett Park, But last week resource Redcliffs met with strong consent was granted for opposition from some of the ramp to be installed at the community. 26 Nayland St. The Hagley-Ferrymead Sumner Skate and Green Community Board spokeswoman Kimberley visited 15 potential sites Mossman said a group of within the park, before Tim Lindley volunteers would get it up asking for further comand running by February. munity consultation on the plan. As a condition of the consent, it The September 2010 and Febru- must be locked outside the hours ary 2011 earthquakes halted the of 7am to 9pm. project due to no further funding Consultation on the shortlist of being available. sites for a permanent skate park In October, 2014, clothing will be from January 29 to Februgiant Levi’s approached the city ary 26. council, offering to put $180,000 A Community workshop is towards constructing a skate park planned for February 12. in Christchurch. The Linwood-Central-HeathSumner was confirmed as a cote Community Board will good place, but 10 months later, make a decision on a permanent the company had retracted its ofskate park site in April/May.

„„ By Emily O’Connell CHICKEN, HAM, eggs, salad, crackers and make-up samples were among the items donated to a community trust’s annual Christmas party on Wednesday. Wainoni Avonside Community Services Trust co-ordinator Betty Chapman said she “couldn’t believe how generous people were.” The party was attended by 70 people from 12 different groups run by the trust throughout the year. Mrs Chapman said she has never received so much support. “People have come out of the woodwork, and you should see this bench – it’s full of food,” she said. Mrs Chapman said the party, which took two weeks to plan, was about spreading joy. “Companionship and being happy . . . it sounds simple but it’s true, that’s what’s important.” Mrs Chapman said the trust was able to use some of the left

CELEBRATION: The Wainoni Avonside Community Services Trust was overwhelmed with the support it received for its Christmas party last week. PHOTOS: LEE HAWKEY

over food for the volunteers’ Christmas party the following day. She some of the volunteers are in their 80s and still help out every day. “One lady here now, she’s been

with me for 16 years. She remembers how people have their cups of tea . . . that’s so important for elderly,” Mrs Chapman said. She thanked Bush Road and Peter Timbs Meats for their generous food donations.

Pipeline construction to begin soon CONSTRUCTION OF two submarine pipelines to carry wastewater from Governors Bay and Diamond Harbour to Lyttelton will begin in February. The 5km and 1.8km pipelines are part of a $53 million scheme that will end the discharge of treated wastewater into Lyttelton Harbour by 2021. Currently, wastewater from Lyttelton, Governors Bay and Diamond Harbour is treated before being discharged through outfall pipelines into the harbour. Under the new scheme untreated wastewater from Governors Bay and Diamond Harbour will be carried through the submarine pipelines to a new pump station on Simeon Quay in Lyttelton. It will then be piped through the Lyttelton Tunnel to the Ferrymead pump station and onto the Bromley wastewater treatment plant, where it will

MOVING ON: Wastewater discharges into Lyttelton Harbour will be a thing of the past by 2021.

be treated. From there it will be discharged out to sea through the Christchurch Ocean Outfall. City council service general manager David Adamson said the pipelines will be buried about 1m deep into the seabed, which is sufficiently deep to prevent anchors catching or the pipes being damaged in storms, tsunamis or earthquakes. “Construction of the marine pipelines will involve pre-fabrication of pipe strings onshore before they are joined together and bottom-pulled out to the required location. A backhoe dredger will then be employed

to excavate the trench, lower the pipeline and backfill it,’’ Mr Adamson said. Contractors McConnell Dowell have built several marine outfall pipes, including the Christchurch Ocean Outfall eight years ago. On-site work being done by NZTA installing the wastewater line through the Lyttelton Tunnel was recently delayed with problems manufacturing the overseas-made pipe. But this will not affect the construction of the harbour pipelines, which are expected to be completed by early 2019.

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Letters from Santa thrill pre-schoolers „„ By Georgia O’Connor-Harding CHILDREN ACROSS Canterbury received a Christmas surprise in the mail – a personalised letter from the big man in the red suit. The letters from Santa Claus travelled all the way from the North Pole to children in Canterbury. The Cat’s Pyjamas Preschool and Nursery in West Melton was one of thousands of pre-schools and primary schools in New Zealand to receive the letters. Children from the pre-school’s inventors, adventure and navigator classrooms had their letters handed out at its Christmas concert. With a bit of help from New Zealand Post, Santa sent about 73,000 letters to children from 1102 schools and early childhood education centres across the country. The Cat’s Pyjamas Preschool and Nursery owner Tracy Summerfield said the children were “blown away” and appreciated the nice gesture from New

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Cathedral Grammar deputy takes reins at St Michael’s FROM LAW at Oxford University to long-standing deputy head at The Cathedral Grammar School, Penny Tattershaw (right) will now take on the role of principal at St Michael’s Church School. Ms Tattershaw, who was most recently Cathedral Grammar deputy head, will bring a varied background to her new position at the central city school. She trained at Exeter University School of Education after finishing a law degree at the iconic Oxford University in the United Kingdom.

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Charities get proceeds from Eastgate present wrapping

„„ By Sarla Donovan THE PRESENT wrapping booth at Eastgate Shopping Centre offered something a bit different for busy Christmas shoppers this year. It was run by charities, which supplied volunteers to wrap presents for a gold coin donation – all of which went to help the cause. Last week the SPCA was running the booth, but centre manager Monique Burke said there had been various other groups involved at different times. “We have had Plunket, Aviva Family Violence Services, the Canterbury Charity Hospital and the City to Sumner Community Watch patrol. We like to help charities as much as we can; this was a way to provide a service to customers and the money goes to a good cause.” The centre provided the wrapping paper, tape and scissors, while the actual wrapping itself was done by charity volunteers. Most of the charities involved had worked with the shopping centre throughout the year, said Miss Burke. The booth has

Fire rage s, homes

at risk

New beachside playground makes a splash in Brighton Hundreds turned out for the opening of the New Brighton seaside playground on Wednesday. The playground is the first of several initiatives aimed at revitalising the suburb. Multi-million dollar beachside hot pools are scheduled to open late next year and changes to the commercial area are in the pipeline.

GIFTING: Volunteers from the Canterbury SPCA offered Christmas present wrapping at Eastgate Shopping Centre.

become a tradition at the centre, and is the only one of its type to offer present wrapping as a charity fundraiser.

While Miss Burke couldn’t say how much money each charity raised, it was an opportunity they appreciated, she said.

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