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EXCITED: Larrissa McEwin with her children Harvey, 2, and Lyiah, 5, near where the seal pup was found at the top of Gebbies Pass. Named Luseal, by the family, it spent a night in the family’s bathroom before being released back to the wild the following day.

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„„ By Sarla Donovan WHEN LARRISSA McEwin’s husband, Finn, found a seal pup at the top of Gebbies Pass, she wasn’t expecting it to spend the night in her bathroom. But that’s exactly what happened. The couple’s house is halfway between Teddington and Motukarara, several minutes drive along narrow, winding roads, so how the seal pup got there is a mystery. “It was there in the car park near the walking track, right near where we live. My husband called me up and said: ‘What do I do?’ It was a Friday evening, there was a storm arriving and there’s boy racers everywhere up there on a Friday.” She called the Department of Conservation, who asked if she was okay to have it for the night and return it to the beach the following day. “I was a bit surprised. I said sure – but how do you look after a seal? I didn’t have any fresh fish in the house. We opened a tin of tuna for it which it didn’t eat of course. It slept on the floor in the bathroom. It was a very good house guest, didn’t make much noise at all. We poked our heads in every now and then to check on it, and there were its wee eyes looking up at us – it was gorgeous! I’d love to have kept it.’’ •Turn to page 6


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FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK NOW THAT’S a nice story on the front page today about the seal pup the McEwin family rescued. Finn McEwin found it at the top of Gebbies Pass, took it home and his wife and family looked after it like one of their own. Great photos of it having a sleep and looking very much at home. How the pup got to the top of Gebbies Pass is a mystery – possibly someone dropped it off there or it could have simply lost its bearings. The seal stayed the night and was named Luseal – very catchy, before the pup was taken to Purau Beach and released. The McEwins last saw Luseal heading into deeper water. No doubt they’ll ponder for a long time what adventures Luseal will get up to. – Barry Clarke

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Passengers face walk to board ferry „„ By Sarla Donovan DIAMOND Harbour Ferry users won’t be able to be picked up or dropped off at the terminal once Lyttelton Port Company’s new staff car park is finished. Previously, ferry patrons used an informal area within the car park. However, this would not be possible once the new car park was finished due to space restraints. Diamond Harbour Community Association chairman Richard Suggate said he had written to LPC expressing concern at the change. In response, LPC project director for the new car park Mike Simmers told Mr Suggate pick-ups and drop-offs were not currently allowed “and will certainly not be allowed going forward.” “We have installed a sign on the bridge to remind people that the bridge is for port traffic and buses only. We have not overly enforced this to date – but will in the future,” he said. While direct stair access to Oxford St will be introduced as part of the changes, Mr Suggate said he was concerned at the lack of a designated parking

ACCESS: Ferry passengers won’t be able to be picked up or dropped off at an informal area within the car park once the Lyttelton Port Company upgrades the area.

zone. Preventing car access to the wharf would mean a longer walk for physically impaired people, Mr Suggate said. “Those with goods to drop off will either have to seek wharf access permission, or carry the goods from Norwich Quay.” Mr Suggate has written to the city council and Environment Canterbury asking for support to ensure “accessible public access” to the ferry is preserved.

The new car park will also reduce bus parking spaces from two to one. City council transport operations manager Aaron Haymes said, while the city council “aspired” to have a bus stop close to the ferry, it understood the development needs of LPC. “(This) might mean bus services are best operated from the closest bus stop on Norwich Quay.”

Mr Simmers said providing an extra bus parking space “wasn’t a good utilisation of the land area.” Ferry-users spoken to on Monday had mixed views on the changes. One thought it would make using the ferry more difficult, while another wasn’t concerned, saying they understood the needs of the port. Eighteen-year-old Freya Gale, of Diamond Harbour, said the current service “worked well.” Bus connections matched up and, on the occasions when she needed to be dropped off, she had “never had any trouble.” The Diamond Harbour Ferry terminal will eventually be relocated from its current location to the eastern end of the new Te Ana Marina. Bay Harbour News understands that shift will be eight to 10 years away. An LPC spokeswoman said the car park would be finished by Christmas. •HAVE YOUR SAY: Should there be a dedicated dropoff and pick-up zone for Diamond Harbour Ferry passengers? Email your views to sarla.donovan@ starmedia.kiwi

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In Brief CRASH VICTIM NAMED The 55-year-old who died after his work truck crashed into two parked cars on College Pl, Lyttelton, has been named as Phillip David Collier. The Christchurch man suffered a medical event at about 10.30am on September 2 and died at the scene. No one else was injured. Lyttelton Fire Brigade chief fire officer Mark Buckley said Mr Collier had just pulled out of a driveway when the incident occurred. FREEDOM CAMPING RULES Freedom campers in non-selfcontained vehicles are staying in an area near Ellangowan Scenic Reserve on Summit Rd. The Banks Peninsula Community Board is looking at whether signs can be installed informing travellers that freedom camping isn’t allowed at the spot. FARMERS MAY GO HIGH-VIS Farmers shifting stock on public roads in the bay area will need highvisibility vests under proposed stock control changes. Under the proposed changes, warning signs would need to be placed at either end of a stock group being shifted and, in some cases, two pilot vehicles would have to display flashing lights. Consultation on the city council’s proposed Stock on Roads Bylaw is open until September 25. To make a submission, go to www.ccc.govt.nz/haveyoursay

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NOMINEE: After winning the Canterbury lifeguard of the year award in May, Tom Denman is now up for the national award later this month.

„„ By Sarla Donovan A 48-YEAR-OLD man will appear for sentencing after a spate of thefts in Akaroa on August 27 and 28. The man was arrested last week and charged with multiple thefts, including a ute, two bicycles, a back-pack style vacuum cleaner, two VHF radios, about six wetsuits and seven life jackets from the Akaroa Boat Club, and various other items. He was driving the stolen ute in Linwood Ave last Monday when he was stopped by police and arrested.

He is scheduled to appear at the Christchurch District Court on October 10. Akaroa Police Senior Constable Tim Johnson said most of the stolen goods had since been recovered and returned to their owners. He said it was a timely reminder for people to make sure they kept their homes and cars locked. “In a place like this, crime is not high; people can get relaxed and it takes something like this to get them to do those things.”

Sumner lifesavers finalists in national excellence awards FOUR SUMNER surf lifesavers have been named as finalists at the national awards of excellence in Auckland. Tom Denman (lifeguard of the year), Kate Suter (volunteer of the year), Jonelle Quane (coach of the year) and Derek Shanks (official of the year) have all been

nominated for awards ahead of the ceremony on September 23. All four won the same respective awards at the Canterbury awards of excellence in May. Denman, who is a police officer, was part of a surf lifesaving crew which helped to recover

the body of Maureen Imrie, 73, who was killed when the vehicle her husband Bruce was driving crashed into the sea off Main Rd. Until joining the police last year, he had worked as a full-time lifeguard on opposite sides of the globe, spending four summers working in Poole, England.

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News Shifting of boat shed to start soon „„ By Sarla Donovan A PROJECT which has been years in the making has got the green light. Christchurch Yacht Club has secured city council funding of $240,000 towards a new boat shed, meaning the $1.17 million building can finally get underway. Construction is expected to start almost straight away. The new shed will be 5.5m further seaward, enlarging the space for a public walking and cyRichard cle route between Ineson it and the road from 1m to 4m. The city council grant was made possible through a legal agreement requiring the club to make adjoining decks and ramps accessible to the public. Located in Moncks Bay, the boat shed was damaged in the February 22, 2011, earthquake. Its rebuild has been complicated by several factors, including the coastal pathway which will eventually run behind the shed along the roadside edge. Originally built against the road, the pathway meant the

shed had to be shifted further seaward, incurring extra costs. The city council funding would go towards the replacement base of the new shed. Club commodore Richard Ineson said the project had been “complex” but was pleased they had persevered. Building would begin as soon as the contractor was ready, as resource consents and building permits have already been obtained. “We’ve had the contracts in place for two years,” Mr Ineson said. He estimated the work would take about three months to complete. The club has already been allocated $327,595 from the Coastal Pathway project, money which will contribute towards the extra costs associated with providing for the coastal pathway.

In Brief FIRE RESTORATION Two projects helping to restore vegetation after the Port Hills fire have been given $15,000 by the Selwyn Waihora Zone Committee. The Lansdowne Covenant Project will use a $5000 grant to re-establish and repair fences and native habitat on farmland. The Early Valley Fire Restoration Project received $10,000 to restore a native hillside gully and reduce sediment runoff into the Huritini/Halswell River. SKATE RAMP NOISE TEST A relocated temporary skate ramp in Sumner is a step closer after noise level tests required under the city council’s District Plan came back as acceptable. The Sumner Green and Skate Group is now preparing the resource consent application for the site on the corner of Nayland and Wakefield Sts.

SHIFTING: Because the old pathway was too narrow to allow for the Coastal Pathway walking and cycle route, the rebuilt Christchurch Yacht Club shed will be pushed 4m further seaward. Inset – The old shed being demolished in June 2011.

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•From page 1 Mrs McEwin christened the pup Luseal. “My five-year-old daughter thought it was amazing. We made a collage of photos and she took it to school for show and tell.” DOC senior ranger Anita Spencer said they had had several calls on the after hours hotline about a seal pup on the road near Gebbies Pass on September 1. “It’s very unusual to find a seal pup so far from the sea or a stream and it’s not known how it got there,” she told the Bay Harbour News. “I phoned the caller back and spoke to Mrs McEwin who, by that stage, had put the seal pup in a box and taken it home. Because it was late and a southerly front had just arrived, she was advised to keep the seal safe overnight and to release it in Lyttelton Harbour the next morning. The seal pup was in good condition, which indicated it had been weaned and was doing well.” On Sunday morning, Mrs McEwin took Luseal down to Purau Beach. “Finn carried the box;

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Young mums thank Sumner people with beach clean-up

„„ By Sarla Donovan A GROUP of young women from Kimihia Parents’ College helped clean up Scarborough Beach and the Esplanade yesterday. It’s their way of giving back to the community after Sumner families last month donated baby and pre-schooler gear to the students, many of whom are currently on benefits while they finish their schooling. Kimihia Parents’ College is a teen parent unit attached to Linwood College. It was set up to provide a learning environment for pregnant teenagers or teenagers aged 19 and under who are parents. Sumner woman Becky Ward helped set up the Family Share event, which took place last Monday at the old school hall in Sumner. The students came bearing cakes they had baked as a thank you and, when they saw the clothes and toys all laid out for them to see, “they were over the moon,” said Kimihia head teacher Diane Atkins. “They had a ball. We loaded up the vans and took it all home; they couldn’t wait to get home to show their children. It was a

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SAFETY: A crash barrier similar to this will now be installed on Main Rd beside Shag Rock in November, not in August as initially planned.

Concerns over delay to Main Rd safety barriers

COMMUNITY: Students from Kimihia Parents’ College cleaned up Scarborough Beach and the Esplanade yesterday.

really special day. “ Kimihia english and parenting teacher, Bianca Nielsen, who lives in Sumner, said they had |“quite a large number” of expecting mums and mums with newborns at the college earlier this year. “I knew anecdotally there were local Sumner families with children at primary school who had gear they no longer needed

sitting in their garages.” She said Ms Ward got in touch and offered to organise the family share event. Yesterday’s beach clean-up was the students’ idea, and marked Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s Clean Up Week. Mrs Atkins said initiatives like this were an important part of feeling a part of a community and being able to give back.

mixed messages about comple„„ By Sarla Donovan tion dates of the Shag Rock IT WILL now be November crash barriers from the city before steel safety barriers are council,” Mr Latham told Bay installed at Shag Rock bend. Harbour News. Bay Harbour News reported “The area traffic engineer on August 16 that barriers advised that the barriers would would be installed by the be going in early and that end of August. they were programmed to However, city council be completed before the transport operations end of August. This appears manager Aaron Haymes not to be the case, even now says it will be the though city council comend of November. Darrell munication staff advised of Linwood-CentralLatham an August completion date. Heathcote Community “While the crash barBoard member Darrell Latham, riers are still of course going who has been pushing for the in, the completion date has, barriers after a fatal crash at in the eyes of the public, now Shag Rock bend in March, said been delayed. The city council he was unhappy at the “contra- needs to ensure that consistent dictory information” coming and up-to-date information is from the city council. provided. “I am concerned that the “They have dropped the ball community are receiving . . . on this one.’’

“Now is the moment we’ve been waiting for. It’s time. This is our opportunity to build a better, fairer future for New Zealand. To fix our healthcare, grow our economy, respect our environment and to look after our towns as much as our cities. It’s time to change things for the better. I’m ready. We’re ready.” Jacinda Ardern, Labour Leader

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Ruth Dyson – Labour I am an energetic and passionate person who listens, works hard and gets things done. I have a track record of advocating for my constituents and our communities and supporting people in difficult times. We have a strong economy in New Zealand but we have a social deficit. We need a government with priorities to invest in health, housing, education and the

greater opportunities for our families and communities. My team and I have

handled more than 500 constituent cases and inquiries and have hosted more than 100 Ministerial and MP visits to bring highlevel attention to local issues. Before getting involved in politics, I owned and operated businesses in the tourism industry and was active in community leadership roles. My family have lived in the Port Hills for more than six generations, and my wife Chris and I, and our four sons, continue that legacy today.

environment. Those are my priorities. We have the highest suicide rate in the country but we not seen the investment

in mental health that our residents deserve. We have seen degrading rivers and lakes – and a “wadeable” water quality target set by National. We can do better. We can have investment which makes a real difference in people’s lives – so they can have a warm, dry home, a high quality education in their local school, health services when they need them and swimmable rivers and lakes. That’s the sort of country I want to leave for our children and grandchildren.

Eugenie Sage – Green Party We need a healthy environment for people and the economy to thrive. The Green Party wants to make our ‘100% Pure NZ’ image real again. As part of a progressive new government we will clean up our rivers and protect Canterbury’s aquifers, the source of our drinking water. We will use the revenue from a new charge on nitrogen pollution to help farmers change the way they farm to have fewer cows, more forestry, fruit, vegetable and grain crops. We will invest in conservation by doubling the Department of Conservation’s baseline funding to take care of our native plants and wildlife and natural heritage. These are all issues I have worked hard on in parliament. Giving your party vote to the Greens is a vote for a kinder, fairer society. To protect our environment and our economy and for real action on climate change, I would welcome your party vote. ​ •More candidates, p11,12

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GENERAL ELECTION 2017 – MEET THE CANDIDATES Selwyn electorate

Port Hills electorate Denis O’Rourke, New Zealand First National’s legacy is economic stagnation, poverty and a housing crisis. NZ First will increase the minimum wage over three years to at least $20/hour and provide compensation for businesses through the taxation system. We will raise benefits to a living income level and build thousands of modest homes on smaller sections, for first home buyers to purchase over 25 years without needing a deposit. Gary Gribben – Democrats for Social Credit The housing in our country is in a horrible state largely because the National government have been asleep at the wheel. A DSC Government would use Reserve Bank credit, low interest and suspensory loans for people starting out. We are very concerned at the way the present Government has abandoned our families. DSC would stamp out poverty to give our

Housing NZ will be fully funded. We will fully fund health services, improve mental health provision, and revise ACC.

Tertiary education will be free (with conditions,) and we will set up workforce planning to match skills with demand, have career support services for both student and adults to find jobs. We will invest in economic development in the regions – beyond just road improvements – rebuild our neglected railways, and genuinely tackle climate change through innovation and large scale reafforestation. And we will clean up our lakes and rivers without water taxes.

Amy Adams – National As the local MP for Selwyn since 2008 I consider it an enormous privilege to represent the community that my family and I live in, in Parliament. Working together we have achieved so many milestones for Selwyn including new businesses and schools, a new police station with increased staffing, road safety improvements and improved broadband services. I work hard to be an effective representative for

children a future with real tax reforms, including replacing GST with a tiny financial transaction tax.

We will also bring in a universal basic income which will take a lot of pressure off us all, helping put food on the table and a roof over our heads, and create better opportunities. Health funding including mental health together with education (no student loans) should be needs based. Local authorities, rail and shipping, environmental matters (climate change, cleaning up rivers, vermin eradication) will be funded by our own bank.

Tony Condon – Labour The Labour Party is a very wide church, full of people from all walks of life, but one where we all share the same values and principles. And that fundamental value is, everyone matters. As a province we have and continue to experience extremely challenging times. From the devastation created from the earthquakes through to the ongoing rebuild and regeneration of our region,

the people of Selwyn both on local issues and on the national stage, tackling some of the big issues that affect people across

the whole country such as implementing a better framework to manage our water, tackling family violence and cyberbullying, dealing with housing challenges, and improving our telecommunications infrastructure. I would very much like to continue to be your strong voice in Wellington. It’s my hope that the voters of Selwyn will choose to give me the opportunity to continue to be your Member of Parliament for the next three years.

it has been a life-defining experience. It has provided perspective and helps you to

answer the question of what really matters. And for many of us it is the people. People really matter. I am standing as the Labour candidate for Selwyn because I strongly believe that this current government has lost touch with the people. We expect care, we expect dignity, we expect courage, we expect leadership and we expect vision from our government. It’s time for a change. Let’s do this. •More candidates, p12

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GENERAL ELECTION 2017 – MEET THE CANDIDATES Selwyn electorate Brian Davidson – ACT I’m a 69 year old semi-retired insurance consultant living in the Akaroa area. I believe that individuals should enjoy more personal responsibility and less restriction. I believe that our taxes should be lowered, with a corresponding reduction in Government spending. I believe that NZ is best governed by a National-led government, but National will not receive sufficient votes alone and needs a strong, principled partner

Chrys Horn – Green Party With strong interests in community, environment and economy, social scientist, Chrys Horn has worked in a wide range of settings from agriculture and tourism to resource management and social research. She works tirelessly to build community in her local area, is an active transport advocate and works in the Addington Timebank as a way to learn more about the

to form a government. The ACT party could be that partner. Although we have been

limited by our size, we have been part of the Government for the last nine years and we have ensured that successful legislation has been passed, with the three strikes policy and partnership schools being two of our successes. David Seymour will win the Epsom electorate vote, so all party votes for ACT will count. If you want a strong responsible government, please consider giving your party vote to ACT.

Nicky Snoyink – The Opportunities Party Disillusioned by the lack of meaningful action by establishment parties to provide adequate solutions to New Zealand’s most pressing issues has prompted Nicky Snoyink to stand as The Opportunities Party (TOP) Selwyn candidate in the 2017 election. TOP presents best practice, evidenced informed policies which tackle the root causes of the hard issues. When implemented,

practicalities of living economies and to these things she brings her background in action

research, a form of adaptive management. She is standing for the Green Party because of the way the party’s central values are written down and held front and centre. These include a focus on recognising the Treaty of Waitangi, social equity, ecological wisdom, decision-making devolved to the level at which people will be affected, and the principle of nonviolence and the use of consensus decision-making.

Lindy Michelle Palmer – New Zealand First With Labour and National neck and neck in the polls, it’s time to vote tactically. Their policies are bad for New Zealand. I ask the people of Selwyn the following: If you are don’t like capital gains tax, or high immigration putting a strain on our overstretched services, both in health and housing, or a water tax that will definitely hurt our farmers in Selwyn

TOP’s policies will create a New Zealand better equipped to thrive in the 21st-century and prevent the next generation from

receiving a massive hospital pass. Neither left nor right, TOPs innovative, fit for purpose policies will require the polluter to pay, honour the Treaty of Waitangi and deal to housing unaffordability while putting more money into ordinary Kiwi’s hands through tax and welfare reform. Please take the time to read about TOP’s policies and care, think, vote for a fairer and more prosperous New Zealand, where all boats have the opportunity to rise.

District, make sure to give NZ First the party vote, so that we can stop

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Rock classics sure to be on Barnes’ set list „„ By Bridget Rutherford

BIG NAME: Rock and roll legend Jimmy Barnes says he’s looking forward to headlining the next Selwyn Sounds. ​

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JIMMY BARNES hasn’t decided what songs he will play at March’s Selwyn Sounds. He will choose on the day when he sees the crowd. “I get to a set and I have a look at the audience – what are they doing, are they having a good time? And I’ll pick the set accordingly,” he said. One thing’s for sure – he plans to “rock out” and give the crowd a good show. The legendary Aussie rocker will headline the day-long music festival at Lincoln Domain on March 3 alongside The Feelers, Mental as Anything, The Mockers, Stellar, The Narcs, The Ladykillers and The Warratahs. It follows this year’s inaugural event, which saw Jordan Luck Band, Mi-Sex, Dragon and other Kiwi heavyweights play in front of about 10,000 people. Barnes, who now lives in the Southern Highlands, New South Wales, said he couldn’t be sure if he had visited Lincoln before. But he enjoyed playing in small towns. It took him back to where he started as lead singer in Cold Chisel, he said. “I’m looking forward to it, it’s a beautiful part of the country,” he said.

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“I like to support the area, especially after the earthquakes.” Barnes said he enjoyed visiting New Zealand and the “nob******t” people. “If I get the chance, I’ll buy a place.” When his music career began in the 1970s, he never imagined some of the songs would still be crowd favourites today, he said. Khe Sanh, which was recorded in 1976, was an example, he said. “When you get up and play it, you can see young and old and they’re all there singing it. The song is as relevant now as it was then. How it connects with people, it makes it all worth it.” And in spite of being one of the best selling Australian music rockers of all time, Barnes said he enjoyed a variety of genres. He was a big fan of Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Paul Rodgers, Stevie Marriott, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Finn and even Sia. “I had to sing Chandelier and I realised how well written the song is. I’m a big fan of hers.” Barnes, who changed his last name from Swan after his stepfather Reg Barnes, was born in Glasgow and emigrated to Adelaide as a five-year-old. Last year, he released his autobiography Working Class Boy, which told the tale of his child-

hood, growing up with violence and abuse, up until joining Cold Chisel. The next instalment, Working Class Man, will be released next month. Although he hasn’t decided exactly what songs he would play in Lincoln, he reckons classics such as Working Class Man, Khe Sanh and Flame Trees will be in the mix. “I know I want to play rock ’n’ roll, so probably a cross section of myself and Cold Chisel.” And it will be a real family affair. His kids, Jackie, Elly-May and EJ, and wife Jane will perform alongside him at Selwyn Sounds, with son-in-law Ben Rodgers, Danny Spencer, Lachlan Doley and Michael Hegarty. Barnes said he wasn’t sure whether he would be staying in Lincoln or for how long, but if so, he would likely be out and about looking for a nice place to eat. So would he make an impromptu performance? “You never know.” •Selwyn Sounds will be held on March 3 at Lincoln Domain, with music from 11am-8.30pm. Tickets are available at www.ticketek. co.nz

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Your Local Views Fundraising is vital Spring brings out boaties in today’s schools MP for Port Hills Ruth Dyson reflects on the time and energy being put into school fundraisers I joined the sellout crowd at a fantastic fundraiser at Our Lady Star of the Sea School in Sumner recently. It was a brilliant evening and everyone had a thoroughly good night. The week before I went to the Somerfield School Craft fair which again provided a really good evening (and I won the raffle). And there was the recent barn dance for Redcliffs School – and Lyttelton Primary School’s Fashion show. Most of us just buy tickets and go along and have a great time at these fundraisers. But I did reflect on just how much work goes into organising them. Principals, teachers, support staff and parents do so much to raise the money to keep our schools working so well. Even with this massive fundraising, school donations are common.

Across the country, they range from $40 to $800 a year and then when you add in the cost of uniforms, field trips, social events, sporting equipment and stationery that can be up to $1000 per year as well. So a massive thank you to this small group of passionate people in each school who do so much to give our children the best possible education and the best experiences. They deserve a lot of thanks but they deserve better support as well. The relationship between central government and schools in funding needs to be restored. In last year’s Budget, the operational funding for schools was frozen for four years by the Government. That’s just ridiculous. It certainly hasn’t been matched by a freezing of all the costs that schools face. The importance of high quality education increases as the years go by and our world changes. We are so fortunate to have such an amazing group of people in front of our students every day. And so are our students. Thank you.

Lyttelton-based navigational safety officer Gary Manch is back from holiday and looking forward to getting back on the water with warmer spring weather on the horizon I am just back from a threeweek holiday in Thailand, complete with 35 deg C weather and lovely sunny days – paradise really. It was a tough time with all that swimming, eating and relaxing. I still don’t know how I coped. I would like to thank our harbourmaster, ‘cabin boy’, for his contributions to Bay Harbour News while I was away. I am sure you enjoyed his columns as much as I did when I returned to work and read them. I must admit, coming home to the tail-end of winter is not what I call fun. However, the good news is that the first day of spring has passed, so it can’t be all bad. With that comes the promise of fine weather and for all you boaties out there, the chance of getting back on to the water. Harbourmaster Jim Dilley has mentioned we will be out and about over the summer at boat ramps and on the water. Please feel free to approach myself or

HELP: Jim Dilley (left) and Gary Manch will be out and about over the summer at boat ramps and on the water to answer your questions.

We have signs at the prominent boat ramps and you can also go to our website www.ecan.govt. nz and visit the harbourmaster’s office page, which has a whole section on recreational boating. Finally, just a wee reminder before going out. Check the weather, check your gear and boat, wear a life jacket and remember the skipper is responsible. Be safe out there and enjoy our beautiful region.

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Governors Bay to Lyttelton raced for 56th time MORE THAN 150 runners lined up for the 56th Governors Bay to Lyttelton Road Race on Saturday. The 10km race was run as a handicapped event, with runners given an estimated time which decided how many minutes after the first runners they would leave the start line at Governors Bay School. “It was a fantastic day for the event and everything went really well,” said organiser Lindsay Evans. The race included one competitor with a special historic connection to the event. New Brighton’s Peter Coughlan proved age is no barrier. The 72-year-old finished in a time of 1hr 8min 8sec. He ran in the first race in 1962. His time then was 32min 9sec. The former electrician and polytechnic tutor, who underwent major heart surgery in 2010, also runs marathons. Two Sumner Running Club members took out podium positions in the masters men sec-

STILL GOING: Peter Coughlan, 72, nears the finish line in Lyttelton. He competed in the first event 56 years ago. (right) The event begun at Governors Bay School.

SPORTS tion, with David Fitch finishing second with a time of 34mins 20sec and Nathan Jones third with a time of 34min 44sec. The category was taken out by Chris Mardon, of the New Brighton Olympic Athletic Club, in a time of 33min 38sec. In the masters women, Sumner’s Lisa Brignull finished third in a time of 40min 10sec, behind Maggie Chorley and Tracy Croft. Blair McWhirter represented Sumner on the podium in the senior men category, coming home in second with a time of 31min 46sec, 50sec behind winner Sean Eustace.

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Paddleboarding Championship in Denmark last week, helping the team to a bronze medal overall. The event was held in Vorupor on the north-west coast of Denmark. The area is promoted as the “cold Hawaii” but I’m not so sure about that as the waves weren’t great. Lucy surfed well winning her first round heat and eventually finishing in 13th place. Surf conditions were tricky with strong onshore messy waves. As we move into spring, we should see an increase in windy conditions, more nor’westers and onshore north-easterlies. This is the time of year for short lived north swells (good for the Breakwater and Taylors) and good-sized south swells (good for Kaikoura and Banks Peninsula). The water temperature is still cool at only 9 deg C but this will gradually increase over the next six weeks. See you in the soup.

WORLD STAGE: Lucy Temoananui finished 13th in the women’s surfing event at the ISA World SUP and Paddleboarding Championship in Denmark.

“We’ve never been so social” Joy and Bill have been at Summerset for just over four years and held their golden wedding anniversary celebration at their retirement village.

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IT MAY have been a long wet winter but it’s been one of the best winters for surf in many years for Christchurch. Consistent east and southeasterly swells and offshore winds have created great waves on all the local beaches for the past three months. However, there has been a notable lack of southerly swells this winter with the great Southern Ocean swell machine very quiet. This has meant our south facing coasts and the big wave breaks in the Catlins have been dormant, in fact the entire Pacific has noticed the lack of surf. Even the Hawaiians are complaining of their worst South Pacific swell season in many years. Hawaii receives a lot of its summer time waves from storms that track below New Zealand. You can ride a southerly swell here in New Zealand and then jump on a plane and chase it all


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HEALTH & BEAUTY

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For those seeking relief from pain caused by injury, and other physical and mental health issues, Chinese health practitioner Dr Lan Xiao offers a method of treatment that brings fast, and often immediate results. A graduate of Beijing Medical College, Dr Lan established an acupuncture clinic in Christchurch in 1993. As she continued her research and medical practice, she discovered a reflexology network on the human body, an exciting new discovery that became the foundation of her new treatment – acupuncture without needles. Instead of needles, Dr Lan uses a blunt instrument to stimulate the reflexology points on the face or other parts of the body. When the point is stimulated by pressure, a message is sent to the repair centre to promote healing. As Dr Lan explains, the treatment increases energy, which boosts the body’s healing system. The body will heal injuries naturally, she says, but that is a slow process. In addition, many people will start to use their injured part, for example a knee or an ankle, before it is properly healed, therefore prolonging the injury and even causing chronic pain. With her powerful treatment, results are produced very quickly – even instantly. She likens it to the differences between the power of a car – natural healing, of an aeroplane – other types of natural healing, and of a rocket –

reflexology network. It brings fast results because it is a very precise treatment, Dr Lan says. She uses it to treat people of all ages with many different types of pain in all parts of the body, including arthritic pain, MS, and pain from injury, and there are no side-effects. Depression and anxiety, often the result of ongoing low energy, can also be overcome with Dr Lan’s treatment. Dr Lan’s treatment can give amazing, instant improvement for muscle weakness and numbness caused by nerve damage such as MS, stroke and spinal injury. Search You Tube for Dr Lan reflexology to see lots of instant results videos. Dr Lan has published a book, Dr Lan’s Reflexology Network, which introduces the treatment and explains how it works. Her website, www. drlansreflexologynetwork.co.nz, includes treatment videos, where people who have had the treatment speak about the fast relief it has brought them. Dr Lan is offering 10 patients of stroke, 10 patients of MS and 10 patients of spinal injury half price for their rehabb. Phone 323 4168, mobile 027 231 8388.

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SENSATIONAL SINGERS: Mark your diary for a fabulous afternoon of music in Diamond Harbour’s newly-renovated hall. The Christchurch Pops Choir performs this Sunday. The Diamond Harbour Singers will also perform and provide a delicious afternoon tea. Sunday, September 17 at 2pm. Community Hall, Waipapa Ave, Diamond Harbour. Adult tickets $5, children free. ​

Email: sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi by 5pm each Wednesday

Use it or Lose it Wednesday, 9-9.50am This class is for the over 50s and is a gentle exercise class suitable for those wanting to improve their strength, balance and mobility. Meet new people and get active and fit at the same time. First class is half price. Redcliffs Bowling Club, James St, Redcliffs. $6 Strength ’n’ Stretch Class Wednesday, 6-7pm For women in their fab-50s and beyond. Enjoy a whole body workout at a medium level which includes exercise to music, circuit stations and more. First class is half price. St Andrews Anglican Church, 148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $10  First Steps Art Exhibition Wednesday-Friday, 11am-4pm, Saturday, 12noon-3pm Emerging artists who are new to exhibiting their work have a chance to shine. Show your support for these fledglings by visiting the show, which runs until the end of September. Eastside Gallery, Cnr Stanmore Rd and Worcester St. Running Club Thursday, 6pm-7pm Get active and have fun run-

ning with like-minded people at the Kathmandu and Salomon event. There are various professional coaches to help improve your running style and encourage you. It will also give you a chance to learn to run on different terrains. Mt Vernon Valley track car park. Free entry Mainly Music Friday, 9.30-11.15am Are you looking for a fun activity to do with your baby or pre-schooler? Do you want to get to know other families in the Sumner-Redcliffs-Mt Pleasant area? Mainly Music is a fun, educational half hour music and movement session followed by morning tea and a social/play time. First session is free. $4 per family casual rate. $30 for a 10-session card. For information, phone Hazel 384 1965/021 077 1264. St Andrews Church, 148 Main Rd, Redcliffs A Lyttel Loved Fashion Show Friday, 7.30pm Go along to see Lyttelton’s latest spring creations on the catwalk and get inspired by beauty stalls from local businesses. All catwalk outfits and lots of selected pieces from the Garage

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Sale are for sale on the night. All money raised goes towards Lyttelton Primary School and community support group The Garage Sale. Tickets $10 at the door or from The Garage Sale and Lyttelton Primary School reception. Lyttelton Primary School, Oxford St Naval Point Yacht Club Open Day Saturday, 10am-2pm Visit Naval Point and see what they have to offer. There will be a range of boat classes on the water and people on hand to help with information on upcoming sailing events and learn-to-sail programmes for the season. A car boot sale is being held at the same time in the car park where you can sell, swap or trade any surplus boatie bits and pieces. 16 Marina Bay, Lyttelton Christchurch Yacht Club Open Day Saturday, noon

The Christchurch Yacht Club marks 126 years of continuous sailing at the opening of the 2017/18 season. Racing starts at 1pm. Park opposite the club in Cliff St or on the main road. Christchurch Yacht Club, Moncks Bay Redcliffs/Mt Pleasant Bowling Club Open Day Saturday, 12.30pm The summer bowling season opens this weekend at the clubrooms. All welcome. Afternoon tea will be provided and the bar will be open also. Wear flat shoes if you would like a go at bowling. For more information, visit redcliffsbowls.co.nz 9 James St, Redcliffs Peninsula Tramping Club Sunday, 8am If you enjoy going on hikes and adventures but would rather do it with other people instead of on your own tag along with the club. There are walks for vary-

ing levels of ability, along with conservation work, monthly meetings and social events. Meet on Sunday morning at 8am at the Oxford Tce Baptist Church before travelling to the tramping spot for the day. Go to http:// www.peninsulatrampingclub. org.nz/ for information. 286 Oxford Tce 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: Every Saturday, 10am-1pm, London St Mt Pleasant Farmers Market: Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd

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REAL ESTATE Country cottage charm on Wakatu 74 Wakatu Avenue, Redcliffs Auction: Thursday, 28 September 2017 Unless Sold Prior 3 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 1 toilet | 1 living room | 1 dining room | 1 office/study | 1 car-garage | Listing #FM5235

Opportunities to own in the prime location and great community of Moncks Bay are rare, particularly at an entry level price, so this charming cottage could be just what you have been longing for. The home offers open, flowing living spaces warmed by a modern logburner, 2 bedrooms and a sunroom within the main home plus a further bedroom to the rear of the home that would also make an ideal office for those who wish to run a business from home. Set in mature gardens, with an abundance of fruit trees there is enough room for the kids to play without all your weekend being tied up in the garden. Versatility is the key to this charming home, all it needs now is your vision to unlock its full potential. The attraction living here is clear with the Redcliffs School returning, local shopping, café’s, Barnett Park and sea views an easy

stroll away. Stretch the legs a little more and the Coastal Pathway leads you round to the very popular Sumner beach, to make the most of our wonderful kiwi summers. Loved and enjoyed by the current owner for over 35 years it is now time to downsize and allow another family the opportunity to secure a home in this wonderful area. There are no 2nd chances as this home is for sale on, or before, auction day so do not delay, make the call and book your viewing today. Open Homes Wednesdays and Sundays 1:00pm - 1:45pm. See you at the Open Home or for more information or to arrange a private viewing contact Chris Moores of Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead (Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on 384 7950 or 0275 884 440

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