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Legal action possibility over coastal hazards report report after experts discovered more scientific work needed to be done. The original Tonkin & Taylor report found a number of houses in the area are at risk of coastal erosion and flooding and that information has gone on affected homeowner’s Land Information Memorandum reports. LIMs contain all the infor-
mation a council holds on a property and the hazard report has devalued many homes in the coastal area. “There are people struggling to sell their house, people are struggling to get mortgages to buy houses and people are struggling to get insurance because companies are following the advice of the city council and the Land
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By Annabelle Dick LEGAL ACTION has been threatened by homeowners if coastal hazard information isn’t removed from their property reports. Christchurch Coastal Residents United is calling for urgent action from the city council to update the Coastal Hazard Assessment
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FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK ALL POWER to the Christchurch Coastal Residents United group in their bid to erase coastal flooding and erosion information from property records (see page 1). The city council will announce in a couple of weeks what it will do over the tricky position thousands of homeowners now face. Scientific experts from GHD Consultants found a number of errors in the report and have made a recommendation to the city council to have it updated urgently. The experts say the maps used to identify at risk properties could be legally unsound and should be put to one side until new ones are completed. That’s good news in the short to medium term for homeowners – you simply don’t want this information on your LIM report. – Barry Clarke
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Candidates: Send in your bios IN THE lead-up to the local body elections, candidates for city council and community boards are invited to send a 100-word profile and photo of themselves to the Bay Harbour News by September 5 for publication the following week.
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DESIGN EXPERTISE WANTED The Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community Board is looking for design professionals and community representatives to volunteer for the Lyttelton Design Review Panel. The board wants members to bring their design expertise and have a good knowledge and understanding of Lyttelton’s design and development. The panel will have an advisory role and will consider the design of developments in the area.
Kindergarten’s uncertain future A city council mistake means that Kidsfirst will have to resubmit their resource consent application to operate a kindergarten in McCormacks Bay Rd By Annabelle Dick COMMISSIONER Justine Ashley declined the application under the Resource Management Act as the city council should have publicly notified all affected residents about the application but did not. A property on McCormacks Bay Rd was meant to have been notified but they weren’t initially seen as being affected by the proposed centre.
NOT YET: Resource consent has not been granted for a new kindergarten on a McCormacks Bay Rd reserve.
The commissioner said the resource consent was declined purely due to the notification process and not on the proposal itself. “I appreciate this outcome is frustrating for the applicant as I
am unable to consider the overall merits of the proposal. This decision should not be interpreted as any indication of my substantive view on whether consent should be otherwise granted,” she said.
Kidsfirst applied for a consent to operate a kindergarten for up to 50 children at the McCormacks Bay Recreation Reserve next to the community centre. Kidsfirst chief executive Sherryll Wilson said they’re planning to fight the decision to get their centre back in Mt Pleasant. “Kidsfirst is committed to continuing the process of gaining the necessary consents for the establishment of a new kindergarten on an existing site,” she said. The organisation wanted to introduce a larger kindergarten after the Mt Pleasant centre was damaged in the earthquakes. Kidsfirst has reapplied for resource consent and a hearing has been set for October.
CONTAINERS REMOVED Shipping containers at Moa Bone Point and Clifton Tce are disappearing as work is progressing along quake-damaged sites. Containers were removed from Moa Bone Point on Monday and Tuesday night and a third of the containers at Clifton Tce will be removed tonight after they were placed there to protect road users from rockfall. Work has been completed at Moa Bone Point to a stage where the containers are no longer needed and progress at Clifton Tce means one third of the containers could go. ONE LANE ON EVANS PASS RD
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Coastal hazards report •From page 1 “The report is flawed, and the panel confirmed that it’s flawed too and needs substantive work in order to fit its purpose,” he said. The city council is now considering its next move and will release plans in the next month on how it will address the problematic report. The report focused on areas of urban development and assessed Brooklands, Avon-Heathcote Estuary, Sumner and Taylor’s Mistake, Waimairi Beach to Southshore, Duvauchelle, Takamatua, Akaroa, Wainui, Charteris Bay, Teddington, Allandale and Purau. The panel recommended the city council work with Environment Canterbury on coastal hazards and continue engagement with residents. City council general manager strategy and transformation Brendan Anstiss said the additional scientific work was expected to be completed by early next year.
By Annabelle Dick and Fraser Walker-Pearce LYTTELTON IS the most popular area for dogs in the Bay Harbour News area according to new city council statistics. Data released by the city council on the number of dogs in the city and their locations, shows that Lyttelton, Sumner and Heathcote are the three most popular areas. Meanwhile, St Albans (1452), Spreydon (1114) and Belfast (975) are the top three most popular suburbs for dog owners in the whole city. The Banks Peninsula and the bay area boast a total of 2849 dogs, which equates to just over 11 per cent of the 31,859 registered dogs in the city. Statistics show labradors are by far the most popular breed with 4686 in the city, second goes to staffordshire bull terriers at 2660, and close behind in third is bichon frise on 2408. The total number of dogs in the city as of August 16 is 31,859 dogs, which includes all registered dogs in the city, as well as some that have been registered previously, but are yet to be registered for this year. About a quarter of dogs in the
NUMBER ONE: Labradors are the most popular pooch in the city with more than 4500 registered in Christchurch.
city live in north-western suburbs homes, and the eastern suburbs are not far behind. Together the two groups of owners make up half of the city’s registered dogs. About 19 per cent live in southeastern households, 17 per cent in south-western suburbs, and the other 13 to 14 per cent live elsewhere around the city.
nina COOk Nina Cook was born in Whakatane in 1967. She was educated in Wanganui and then at Christchurch Polytechnic School of Art and Design where she received a Bachelor of Design. In 2007 Nina established the studio from which she currently works. Nina’s work is held in private collections in New Zealand and overseas. Frame OF mind For this exhibition, I am exploring issues of societal bias through a personal lens. The effect of proselytized overly fixed viewpoints on political, religious, racial, gender and environmental issues is alarming. When this alarm is combined with the information bias that occurs in this curated information age, our dual desires to belong and control are kicked into overdrive. I am not immune to this, but am also shocked at the lack of empathy or comprehension of ‘other’ that some people exhibit. This body of work is my way of trying to understand. Though many (including myself) try to be independent, compassionate, open-minded and critical in our thinking, we
cannot avoid being influenced. Not only by our own experience and state of mind, but also by broader cultural, societal, and scientific relevancies. And this is always changing. Art a fantastic way of exploring issues because it combines both intellectual and intuitive practices. The frame is overt, pedantic. As in a museum display, it provides a curated context, which is only ever part of the story.The content captures personal situations and impressions – things I have felt, seen and imagined. Whilst painting, I have been deliberately mindful of my thought process. I asked myself; What is the true impetus for this work? What narrative is cycling/growing in my mind? How is this effecting my choices? At what point/s does my ‘frame of mind’ become ‘confirmation bias’? To what degree is bias necessary? When does it become a liability? I didn’t discover any big answers, just personal ones – but every bit helps. Some clues are reflected in the work titles, much more in the works themselves as physical
Bay Harbour News dog numbers by location Akaroa, 182; Balmoral Hall, 20; Birdlings Flat, 36; Clifton, 79; Diamond Harbour, 247; Duvauchelle, 77; Ferrymead, 3; Governors Bay, 161; Heathcote, 258; Le Bons Bay, 40; Little River, 217; Lyttelton, 384; McCormacks Bay, 78; Moncks Spur, 81; Moncks Bay, 54; Mt Pleasant, 165; Okains Bay, 69; Pigeon Bay, 43; Port Levy, 43; Redcliffs, 127; Richmond Hill, 25; Scarborough, 84; St Andrews Hill, 85; Sumner, 291.
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manifestations of my frame of mind. Most importantly, I am inviting the viewer to reflect upon their own frame of mind or state of bias whilst investigating mine.
Whaka inaka - ‘causing Whitebait’ by Shelley mcmurtrie Shelley is the principal scientist at EOS Ecology and project lead for Whaka Inaka. In the largest initiative of its kind, Whaka Inaka installed 204 bales as spawning habitat for inaka/inanga along 3 km of riverbank in the Heathcote/Opawho, Steamwharf Stream, and Lake Kate Sheppard in January 2016. With the involvement of local community, iwi and schools they monitored the bales during the spawning season to count the eggs and check on pest activity. The programme was a success with the bales supporting eggs in areas where spawning was otherwise not occurring, and the community learning about their natural environment in their back yard. Whaka Inaka is a collaboration between EOS Ecology, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, and University of Canterbury (MERG, Resilient Shorelines).
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Harbour health plan
By Annabelle Dick A NEW initiative to restore and protect Lyttelton Harbour’s health was launched by five key organisations last Tuesday. The Whakaraupo/Lyttelton Harbour Catchment Management Plan has been created to look after the harbour’s health and major players signed a memorandum of understanding to signify the project’s beginning. Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, Environment Canterbury, the city council and the Lyttelton Port Company will join forces to create an action plan to manage and restore the harbour. Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Kaiwhakahaere Tā Mark Solomon said managing the harbour needed to move beyond words and into action. “For me, the focus needs to be on actions more than words. We need to restore the harbour as a source of mahinga kai for future generations,” he said. “The future of Whakaraupō is tied to how well we can work together on this project. It is up to us to secure the wellbeing of
In Brief MAIN RD WORKS Work is underway to repair an earthquake-damaged culvert on Main Rd near Moncks Bay. Work is expected to take three months and traffic will be moving in both directions. FREEDOM CAMPING The city council is asking for public feedback on proposed changes to the its freedom camping bylaw. The amended bylaw proposes to ban all nonself-contained freedom camping throughout the district but would allow certified self-contained camping without a time restriction in rural zones. Public feedback on the city council’s proposal is being sought until September 15, and a full review of the bylaw is scheduled for next year. TUNNEL DELAYS Maintenance work in Lyttelton Tunnel will see traffic restrictions tonight and tomorrow night. The New Zealand Transport Agency will undertake essential work in the tunnel between 9pm and 3am on August 31 and September 1. The work will restrict traffic flow and dangerous goods won’t be permitted in the tunnel. Normal traffic will be restricted to one lane and delays are expected.
ON BOARD: Lyttelton Port Company chief executive Peter Davie, Te Ao Tūroa general manager Kara Edwards (representing Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu), Environment Canterbury commissioner Elizabeth Cunningham, Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke (Rāpaki) chairperson June Swindells and city councillor Andrew Turner signed a memorandum of understanding at Rapaki Marae.
the harbour.” Sedimentation in the upper harbour has increased since human settlement and the harbour’s health has declined ever since. Experts will carry out erosion assessment and landscape characterisation will
look at surface water quality, quantity and ecosystem health, and mahinga kai and cultural values. Representatives from the key organisations will take the information gained and existing research to implement projects in the basin.
The group will hold community workshops to share ideas within the action plan. The workshops will begin in September and be held in Governors Bay, Lyttelton and Diamond Harbour. •Lake Forsyth page 8
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Lady McCombs passion remembered
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LONG LEGACY: From the early days of spending time with her favourite house cow Peggy to standing on the New Zealand High Commission balcony in London, Lady McCombs led a long and interesting life.
ported many local groups and served on committees. She was also a patron with Plunket and worked with mothers through branches in Redcliffs, Heathcote, Ferrymead and Woolston When her husband took up a position at the then brand-new Cashmere High School in 1956,
she helped establish it, said Mr McCombs. “Together they shaped Cashmere and in turn Cashmere shaped them both. There was considerable pride and satisfaction in doing what he loved and with Christina alongside him in every step of the way – from helping with the original colours
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LADY CHRISTINA McCombs has passed away just short of her 100th birthday. Lady McCombs was a wellknown figure for her contributions to education and the southeast community. She died on August 13, more than 100 people turned out to her farewell on August 20. Lady McCombs grew up on Panorama Rd on the top of Clifton Hill which is where she spent most of her life. In 1955, she married former Lyttelton MP Sir Terence McCombs and took in his four children Elizabeth, David, Peter and Patrick and gave birth to their youngest child John. Sir Terence was also the first principal of Cashmere High School. Peter McCombs remembers his mother as a passionate woman. “She was very caring and interested on all sorts of levels about the community and the organisations in it. It was a strong passion of hers,” said Mr McCombs. Lady McCombs was involved with Sumner School, Cashmere High School, joined in and sup-
The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and other dignitaries came to New Zealand House in London to attend an official dinner which featured whitebait. “She found herself in the position of having to roll up her sleeves and help with cooking and serving of the fresh whitebait. The hired professional chefs found themselves completely mystified when 5kg of fresh whitebait arrived having just been flown in from New Zealand,” he said. “She also gave cooking lessons on the radio. She was a competent seamstress and a very good knitter. Her jerseys and scarves were very impressive, perhaps again reflecting the heritage that her parents had brought from the Shetland Islands,” Mr McCombs said. Lady McCombs hailed from the Shetland Islands, in Scotland, and was the only child of Gilbert and Margaret Tulloch. She attended Christchurch Girls’ High School before she trained in home science and taught at the then Christchurch Technical College. In the final years of her life she moved into an apartment within the Ilam Life Care facility in Riccarton.
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Kiwi rock stars for concert By Tom Doudney NEW ZEALAND rock royalty Mi-Sex and Dragon are set to headline a concert in Lincoln in March which could pull in up to 10,000 people. The line up for the Live in Lincoln Selwyn Sounds concert at Lincoln Domain will also feature the Jordan Luck Band, Sharon O’Neill, Annie Crummer, Margaret Urlich, Debbie Harwood and former Opshop frontman Jason Kerrison, as well as other local bands, including from Lincoln High School. And it’s hoped the event will not be just a one off. Local events company 3 Coins Gentlemen, which is staging it with sponsorship from the Flemington subdivision, aims to hold the concert in Lincoln on an annual basis. Event organiser David Parlane said he was pleased to have assembled such an outstanding line up for the first event. “We all remember what we were doing when these artists first came into the music scene in New Zealand, and to have them perform all these years later with new material as well as
he said. “Everything just nicely fits with the music era that we want down in the domain.” Mr Parlane said the concert would be a family-friendly event, running from 11.30am to 8.30pm with a professional security company and a base of volunteers involved. Noise mitigation measures would limit the impact on the Lincoln community, with the stage facing towards the Southern Alps so that sound would be directed away from the town. Lincoln High School’s grounds will be used for car parking and the school will benefit financially from the event with students collecting money for parking.
LIVE: The Jordan Luck Band will join Mi Sex and Dragon (right) for a concert in Lincoln.
old is an honour for the town,” he said. “We were just getting sick and tired of all of the big things that were happening in [Christchurch] and we’re only 22km away with some great facilities so we just thought ‘why not?’” Mr Parlane said. Mi-Sex, best known for their 1979 single Computer Games, recently reformed and are about
to release their new album Not From Here. Dragon’s signature song, April Sun in Cuba, remains a Kiwi classic. Mr Parlane said the timing of the Mi-Sex comeback made them an ideal headliner and it had just been a matter of finding other artists that would fit the same bill. “Dragon has got hit after hit,”
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Truck loads to be covered in tunnel By Annabelle Dick TRUCK DRIVERS travelling through Lyttelton Tunnel will need to cover loose loads from tomorrow when a new bylaw comes into place. The New Zealand Transport Agency bylaw was created in an effort to reduce the amount of material polluting the tunnel. The bylaw comes as the amount of dirt has increased significantly following the February 22, 2011 earthquake. Up to 8000kg of dirt and dust is cleaned out of the tunnel every month, compared to 235kg a month before 2011. “Cleaning the tunnel has gone from once a month to three times a week,” said NZTA maintenance contract manager Barry Stratton. While commercial vehicles are covered by the new bylaw, it does not apply to private vehicles. Trucks carrying fertiliser, construction or demolition material, waste, soil, sand, stock feed and other products which can be blown around are covered by the new bylaw. Scrap metal and logs which are harder to cover easily and effectively are excluded.
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News Life jackets make a difference BY GARY MANCH, NAVIGATIONAL SAFETY OFFICER, LYTTELTON IN THE past fortnight there have been two very serious events reported in the media which involved fishermen. THe first incident was at the mouth of the Waitaki River, where it was reported that a whitebaiter was swept out to sea by a large wave. The man had waders on, but he was also wearing a life jacket. The man survived his ordeal and was rescued. I know I harp on about boating safety, but the whitebaiter’s experience is a perfect example of the extreme importance of wearing a life jacket when in, or on the water. It saddens me when I think about all the lives lost due to people believing that they are bulletproof. It scares me when I hear people say: ‘That won’t happen to me’. THis message is for all of you out there – if you see someone who is going out on the water, or is in an area where it is likely they could come to harm; tell them to wear a life jacket. It’s not complicated, is it? Here’s a powerful statistic to help you persuade them – about
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Lake quality scrutiny 70 per cent of recreational boating fatalities are likely to have been prevented if life jackets had been worn. Not wearing life jackets is the single biggest contributor to recreational boating fatalities.
THe other serious event involved a couple of young men who went out to sea in their boat in New Plymouth. It was reported that an incident occurred with the boat and as a
result, the men ended up in the water. It’s alleged that a decision was made to swim to shore and that only one of the men was wearing a life jacket; yet it is believed that spare life jackets were on board. Only one of the men made it to shore, the other is reported to still be missing and has not been found. Media reports suggest that there was a weather warning issued which notified of rough sea conditions on the day that the men headed out on the water. Again, this tragic event exemplifies the importance of wearing a life jacket. Checking the weather forecast before heading out on the water is also absolutely crucial. If reports are unfavourable for boating, it’s best to stay ashore. My deepest sympathies go to the family and friends of the man who are now dealing with this horrible situation
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News GONE GREEN: Trevor Stacey’s switch to a vegan diet after a heart operation inspired former Town Tonic head chef Tom Riley to start his own healthy food business.
Healthy food key ingredient at kitchen By Gabrielle Stuart AT 57, Trevor Stacey went from being a red-meat loving kiwi bloke to going vegan, almost overnight. In December, he had a quintuple bypass open heart surgery,which means all five of the major blood vessels leading to his heart were blocked. He either had to make a major change to his diet, or face spending the rest of his life in and out of hospital, he said. But although he was motivated, knowing where to start when almost every meal he knew was based around meat was a huge challenge. His predicament was the push his son, Cole Stacey, needed to start his own healthy eating business, Green Dinner Table. He was working at the time as a nurse, but had been thinking for a while about going into business with a friend, former Town Tonic head chef Tom Riley, he said.
“It has always been in the back of my mind because I have got an interest in health and wellbeing, but really the thing that did it for me was what happened to my father, and then the birth of my daughter. I thought if that’s my future I want to do whatever I can to prevent that happening,” he said. Green Dinner Table works as a food box service, delivering recipes and all the ingredients and dressings needed for either three or five healthy, plant-based meals each week. The two set up their commercial kitchen at the British Hotel in Lyttelton, which they have been working for several months to renovate. Their goal was not to “turn everyone in Christchurch vegan,” Cole Stacey said, but to teach people they could cook tasty and filling meals without having to rely on meat. “That is what my mum said when she started cooking some of these recipes for my father: It
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Little River rower wins gold at world champs By Fraser Walker-Pearce LITTLE RIVER’S Jack Lopas has struck gold at the Junior Rowing World Championships in the Netherlands. Lopas, 17, and rowing partner Lenny Jenkins, of Whakatane, won gold in the double sculls A final on the last night of the junior championships on Monday night New Zealand time. The gold medals added to five other medals won by New Zealand representatives at the combined junior, under 23 and senior World Rowing Championships at the WillemAlexander Baan Rowing Course in Rotterdam. Lopas and Jenkins conquered
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Your Local Views Markets fill more than a shopping need Port Hills Labour MP Ruth Dyson talks about the importance of farmers’ markets The establishment and spread of farmers’ markets in New Zealand has been a great addition to our landscape. The chance to buy local and fresh produce directly from the producer (often) is something I enjoy. We have two spectacular such markets in this area – Lyttelton and Mt Pleasant. Lyttelton market turns 11 this month. It has gone from strength to strength, different venues, more and more stalls – and more and more shoppers. It is a total credit to the wonderful team who organise it and also to the stall holders who don’t have the opportunity to shelter from the inclement weather but bravely front their stalls in the face of wind and rain. And always with a smile and great conversation – cheeky though it often is. The Mt Pleasant market is younger and smaller but again has a wonderful variety of local
goods and local people. It has also had to move venues as the Community Centre has taken shape around its former site but the organisers and stallholders just got on with it. This market was started in response to the lack of supermarkets and other shops in the area post-February quake but even though we now have nearly a surplus of supermarkets, the market has continued to be strong. The market fills more than just a shopping need. For many, particularly those displaced, waiting and arguing, in limbo postquake, it is a connection with their community, with familiar people, and often with people who are in the same situation. It’s a chance to catch up, swap notes and give support. It’s a chance to receive support and sadly so many people still need post-quake support. So thank you to the people that set up these lovely markets (and Opawa and Linwood too), who have kept them going through great times and harder times, and who provide such a lovely “water well” for conversation and caring. Happy birthday Lyttelton market! And many more to come.
Bay Harbour News asked its readers what they thought of a Lyttelton Design Review Panel being set up to help decide what could be built there, and what buildings could look like Robin Williams – I am writing an opinion in response to your invitation to comment on the proposed Lyttelton Design Review Panel. I was listening to Radio New Zealand National recently and then watched a programme on television where the chap from The Block New Zealand programme and an architect were doing a tour of New Zealand looking at all types of homes. My following opinion arises from there. It would be a sad day when Christchurch, the city of the 21st-century and beyond, and surrounding suburbs didn’t embrace making history as well as preserving any heritage precinct. Mr Stanaway and his wife are building on an empty site that once was “the former fire station building.” Surely they are not wanting replicate this building as this would be a lost opportunity to create the history of the future. I would be interested how the panel members will be selected and please tell us more about the role of the city council’s Urban Design Panel.
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It seems to be heavy handed and indicates further delays for people who are wanting to make a contribution to what is described as the best opportunity to build a city for the future. Penny Carnaby, of Lyttelton – What an excellent idea to set up a Design Review Panel for Lyttelton buidings in the future. Go for it! I think many of us found it really distressing when the Stanaway’s edgy building was turned down by the city council. There is in my view a design leadership deficit in relation to how we want to see Lyttleton develop in the future. The impact of the quakes has changed Lyttelton forever. We can’t get the heritage back but we can imagine an amazing village in the future which truly reflects the creative spirit which abounds everywhere. It’s a great idea to get a design team in but first I suggest that you invite locals to re-imagine the village we want in the future so the design team is guided by
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SPORTS Bays recognise season’s top performers
By Fraser Walker-Pearce OUR LADY Star of the Sea School’s year 7/8 rugby team have won the Friday grade B inter-school competition. After taking part in the Canterbury championships in South Hagley Park on Thursday, Our Lady Star of the Sea principal John Kane received a phone call from the school’s opponent in Friday’s final, St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School. “He (St Patrick’s principal Tom Wallis) told me they had to forfeit because they were all injured from the Canterbury tournament on Thursday. We were supposed to play them after we won our semi-final last week, but they were decimated by injury,” Mr Kane said. He said the side’s win by forfeit was still a win, and something the school should celebrate. “We’ve got some really good athletes here at school, but half of the side had never played rugby before. So for them to go out and win the zone first time was pretty cool. Then to win the B grade, where we only lost one game the whole season, was great,” he said. The games are run as 10-aside and both the school’s year 5/6 and year 7/8 rugby teams are south-east zone champions
CHAMPIONS: Our Lady Star of the Sea’s year 7/8 rugby team are champions of the Friday grade B inter-school competition.
for their age. Now the year 7/8 side are city-wide champions as well. Mr Kane said the year 7/8 team had all improved massively over the season, but named a few players that had been the side’s best.
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By Fraser Walker-Pearce FERRYMEAD BAYS celebrated the finish of the league season with their senior prizegiving evening at Winnie Bagoes on Saturday. The men’s side finished the Mainland premier football league season in fourth place after defeating Western 7-1 in their final game last Saturday. As well as many team player of the year awards, special recognition went to the club’s newest life member Mark Piercey. First team reserves coach Mark Anderson was named coach of the year, and Allison Evans won the personality of the year award. The club’s golden boot was jointly awarded to first team midfielder Andy Tuckey and reserves winger Dorian Grault. Both the most valuable player and the players’ player of the year awards went to fullback Fraser Angus, while most improved was Preston Bell. Andreas Wilson took away player of the year. The men’s side will still look to finish on a high in the final of the English Cup against Coastal Spirit at English Park on Saturday.
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Owning a husky requires dedication Scott Bamford is the host of CTV’s Rural New Zealand. Watch Rural New Zealand, brought to you by Carrfields, Wednesdays at 7.30pm on CTV Freeview channel 40, live and on demand at ctv. co.nz By Scott Bamford THIS WINTER, at least one husky a week is arriving at the West Melton branch of Husky Rescue NZ, the company re-homing abandoned or unwanted huskies. This season is shaping up to be the worst in the company’s seven-year history. Although many of the unwanted dogs come from Auckland, Husky Rescue NZ has experienced an influx of huskies from Christchurch. “We do always have dogs from Christchurch … it’s pretty much one dog a week from Canterbury. It’s the worst winter we’ve ever had,” Husky Rescue NZ founder Michelle Attwood said. The siberian husky is known to be a hands-on breed. Ms Attwood said a minimum exercise routine of 5km a day is
CHILLING. Christos Merentitis and his husky Max enjoying some down time.
WALKIES. Two Husky Rescue NZ dogs out for a dry-land scooter journey. needed to keep them healthy. “In summer, that means [running or walking] very late at night, or early in the morning, to avoid those 20 deg C temperatures.” Huskies also require seasonally intense fur maintenance, a lot of entertainment and a firm understanding of who sets the rules, she said. “If the owner fails to establish
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SCHOOLS Redcliffs School held a mini Olympics to celebrate the big event in Rio. Year 8 students organised the day and parents took part to emulate the Olympic spirit.
DAFFODIL DAY: Diamond Harbour Primary School hosted a daffodil hat-making competition to raise money for the annual campaign. The competition had a daffodil theme and was designed to keep kids sun safe. The school had a painted playground daffodil and pupils had to bring gold coins to cover the flower. The proceeds went to the Cancer Society NZ, which provides new entrant pupils with hats when they start school.
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Greater Linwood Community Forum Monday, September 5, 10.30noon The Greater Linwood Community Forum is a monthly meeting for people living within the Hagley/ Ferrymead ward. Members of the community gather together for morning tea and an exchange of ideas and information. If you would like any matters added to the agenda please let Brenda know brenda.preston@ ccc.govt.nz Phillipstown Community Centre, 39 Nursery Rd, Phillipstown. Planting days at Urumau Reserve September 11, 10-12pm or 1-3pm Come help in a series of quality native tree plating days. Tools, plants and lunch are all provided. Bring gloves. The planting is limited to 12 people per session so registration is essential at lytteltonreserves@ hotmail.com or phone 328 9093
Meet at the far end of Foster Tce at 10am or 1pm, Urumau Reserve Drayton Reserve Conservation Week working bee Saturday, September 10, 2pm4pm The working group has been clearing weeds and will now plant some of the original native trees which used to grow in the local area. There is a lot to do and everyone is welcome. For further information, phone Dave Bryce on 021 363 498. Meet at the Avery Place entrance if you would like to help planting native seedlings in the nearby area of the Reserve. Learn to Sail Saturday, September 3, 9am – 5:30pm Learning to sail is a lot of fun and provides children and adults of all ages with valuable life skills. To help children and families to get into sailing in an easy and affordable way without the up front cost of having to purchase a boat, Naval Point Club in Lyttleton has 10 wellequipped optimist dinghys. Phone David Noakes: 021 022 88411 or email programmes@ navalpoint.co.nz.
BACK IN TIME: Come check out Fred Tunnicliffe’s exhibition of Lyttelton in the 1990s. Exhibit runs from September 3 - 30, Monday - Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 11am-3pm, 20 Oxford St, Lyttelton.
Markets Mt Pleasant Farmers Market: The market has temporarily moved to the western end of the McCormacks Bay Reserve. You will find it at the intersection of
McCormacks Bay and Main Rds. Every Saturday, 9.30am12.30pm. Lyttelton Farmers Market: Every Saturday, 10am-1pm, London St.
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Just over two year ago my clients were delighted to have secured this spacious modern family suntrap on the sought after mid slopes of Mt Pleasant, however with a move south pending, they are now committed to seeing the home sold! While their tenure has been relatively brief the home has provided a fabulous sanctuary for all the family and frequent quests. Offering shelter from the prevailing easterly wind, the home is well placed to take in the breath taking expansive views across the city through to the snow-capped Alps along with the spectacular sunsets and the stunning city lights come night. Auction: 15 September 2016 from 1pm View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4963 Deb Beesley Ph 027 280 8837
Beautifully designed, warm, sunny and low maintenance, this two-bedroom home offers a great lifestyle in a tranquil and lovely environment. Perfectly suited to a wide range of buyers, from professional couples to empty nesters looking to downsize, this is a place where the rat race doesn’t need to feature. The home is beautifully presented both inside and out, with tasteful decor and great design making it a property that stands out from the crowd in a market flooded with boring boxes. Auction: 15 September 2016 from 1pm View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4952 Michelle Ward Ph 027 203 7858
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Auction: 15 September 2016 from 1pm View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID#FM4962 Chris Smart Ph 021 871 100
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REAL ESTATE Big home - big views 91 Cannon Hill Crescent, Mt Pleasant Auction Date: Thursday 15 Sep 2016 - unless sold prior 4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 2 living room | 1 dining room | 2 car garage | 2 off-street parks | Listing # FM4963 Just over two year ago my clients were delighted to have secured this spacious modern family suntrap on the sought after mid slopes of Mt Pleasant, however with a move south pending, they are now committed to seeing the home sold! While their tenure has been relatively brief the home has provided a fabulous sanctuary for all the family and frequent quests. Offering shelter from the prevailing easterly wind, the home is well placed to take in the breath taking expansive views across the city through to the snow-capped Alps along with the spectacular sunsets and the stunning city lights come night. This attractive contemporary home shouts simplistic style with its neutral décor and offers a family friendly functional floor plan for easy day to day living, all year round comfort and is ideal for those who enjoy entertaining.
The home has been revitalised throughout offering buyers the opportunity to purchase, stress free, this tasteful, low maintenance home. Good off street parking, double internal garaging and delightful landscaped grounds complete the picture. Come view this special home today, you won’t be disappointed. Auction Date: Thursday 15 Sep 1:00 p.m. (98 Moorhouse Avenue) Unless Sold Prior Open Homes: Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays 1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m until auction day. See you at the Open Day or for a private viewing or more information contact Deb Beesley of Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead (Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on 384 7950 or mob 027 280 8837
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