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Questions raised over new Church Bay development „„ By Sarla Donovan CHURCH BAY residents were scheduled to meet last night to discuss plans for a commercial development in Church Bay. The Bay Harbour News

understands some members of the Church Bay Neighbourhood Association have misgivings about the design. Spence Developments are proposing to build a supermarket and 111-space car park, four

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CHURCH BAY residents aren’t totally convinced about the new commercial complex planned for their sleepy settlement (see page 1). A public meeting was held last week to give developers the opportunity to explain the complex to locals. It got the tentative thumbs up but quite a number of the people there were from Diamond Harbour. The Church Bay Neighbourhood Association was scheduled to meet last night, and the design of the complex appears to be a concern. Ferrymead Bays’ football side made it through to the final of the annual Coastal Spirit under-19 tournament at the weekend before going down to Dunedin’s Green Island 1-2 (see page 19). Sho Mathieson took the MVP award, and watch out for 15-year-old Mika Rabuka, who coach Chris Murphy predicts has a big future. –Barry Clarke

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„„ By Julia Evans A 248-SIGNATURE petition pleading for bus parking to be saved at the Diamond Harbour ferry terminal has been sent to Mayor Lianne Dalziel. A letter and the petition was sent to the mayor, Environment Canterbury chief executive Bill Bayfield and Lyttelton Port Company chief executive Peter Davie by the Diamond Harbour Community Association. AssociaRichard tion chairman Suggate Richard Suggate expressed the community’s concerns regarding decreased bus access to the ferry terminal from three spaces to one. The petition aims “to ensure that within 100m of the terminal, there is adequate bus parking on the Lyttelton wharf and that there is a drop-off/pick-up zone for private vehicles.” Mr Suggate said the elderly, disabled or those with heavy parcels will have to walk from

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TRANSPORT: A petition aiming to maintain bus access for Diamond Harbour ferry passengers has been signed by 248 people. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

the “unsafe” Norwich Quay. And, he said, even then there is no guarantee there would be a drop-off zone at all. “The request is that the city council takes up its responsibilities as the port company shareholder and as the provider of public transport facilities, to put in place safe and easy public access to the Diamond Harbour

ferry.” The association also wants ECan to ensure the bus service has adequate access to Lyttelton wharf by the ferry terminal and for the port company to ensure transport access is maintained. But Mr Suggate said the association is pleased the port company is looking at alternative options.

An urgent meeting was held by the Banks Peninsula Community Board with the port company, ECan and the city council last Monday. It was resolved the port company and ECan would investigate other options and report back to the board. •Lyttelton bus stop and parking changes, page 7

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Using dance as a way Originally from South Africa, dance teacher Adriaan Beddie now lives in Scarborough with his husband Richard. He talks to Sarla Donovan about having the best job in the world

JOY: Adriaan Beddie teaching a dance class at his Tuam St studio. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Where did your passion for dancing come from? It really came from a love of music. As a kid I loved dressing up and if a song came on, I just danced to it. And in South Africa, when we have a barbecue (a brai) we normally have music playing in the background and everybody just dances; my family is quite into dancing. None of them are trained, but they love it. I’m from a pretty big family – my grandmother was one of 21 children – so a birthday is also an excuse for a gettogether. Tell me about your life in South Africa. I was born and raised in Johannesburg in a family of three boys, in small town called Alberton. We didn’t have a lot of money; we’d just go to school and back so no money for recreational things. It wasn’t until I was 19 when I met one of my ex-partners – he was a manager at a dance studio and

that’s when it came to pass – I was there every day and they were like: “Hey, do you want to dance?” They threw me in the deep end and I started teaching. Wow, straight into teaching. You must have had some talent. (Laughs) The only talent I had was shaking my hips. I wasn’t a big people person because I was in the closet back in the day – being gay – but as soon as I came out, I just became this other person and fell in love with talking to people. I think that’s where the passion for teaching came about, just being with people and seeing the joy dancing could bring them. I always say teaching is my passion and I use dance as a tool to connect to people. What bought you to Christchurch? One of my ex-partners, his family lived in Ashburton and we made the jump of coming

over. But it’s a small town and if you don’t fit in it’s very hard. They ran a newspaper article on the gay boys in town. It was like ‘whoa . . .’ We were supposed to live in Christchurch but we landed on February 24, 2011, just after the earthquake so we had to stay in Ashburton. I had an insurance background so I worked at the EQC, but we used to own a dance studio back in Johannesburg with about six staff and 200 people going through the doors each month so it was a pretty big dance studio. When we came over I started with very small groups – but if you don’t fit in and don’t feel the right vibes it’s hard. So I went home and came back in 2013 but things didn’t really work out for us so we went our separate ways. I was planning to go back home and then I met Richard and he threw a spanner in the works.

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to connect with elderly And now you’re married? Yes I am, going on two years in February – very happily married. We have two cats, our babies which we love to bits. We live in Scarborough and I teach at the Sumner Centre, the Mt Pleasant Community Centre and at my studio in town. You must miss your family. Have they been over to visit? Yes, mum and dad came over to the wedding last year – mum complained about the weather – even though it was February! But we had some nice days and then we had the Valentine’s Day earthquake which scared them a lot but they’ll definitely come back which is great. The wedding was held in Motukarara, a place called Iris Gardens. It was beautiful. What do you like doing when you’re not working? I call myself a house executive – I clean and do my own training and do a bit of dancing around the house. I try to keep up-to-date with the latest things, creating routines and just spending time reading up about different types of neurodegenerative diseases to see how dancing can help these people with neurological problems. Where did the idea of running

HAPPY COUPLE: Adriaan and Richard Beddie on their wedding day.

classes for Parkinson’s disease sufferers come from? Just before I met Richard I lived with a lady called Molly, who is

one of my very good friends; she was 93 and she was forced into a rest home after she broke her foot and couldn’t take care of herself. You can see the decline in people who don’t want to be there. So I thought, maybe, I should put on a dance class. Then I read up about dancing and dementia and how music brings out these memories. One of Richard’s friends who is involved in exercise as medicine introduced me to a rugby coach who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. He also showed me a video about Parkinson’s and how dancing – because of the movement, the change of direction and the heart rate elevation – could help them; not just on a daily basis but also delay the disease’s progress. So, I thought, yes, here’s something I could do because I love dancing and I love music. I just have a knack for choosing the right music that triggers certain memories for people. We started training together and I got hold of the Parkinson’s Society and talked with physiotherapists who deal with Parkinson’s to see how I could incorporate certain movements into dancing. It has been quite transformative. It must be rewarding. It’s quite astounding. When

you see someone with terrible dyskinesia and they’re just all over the place; then, when they start moving to a waltz and just forget about the steps and listen to the music and the cues – it dissipates, it disappears. And for a moment in time, they’re free. The name for my dance studio ‘Dance to be Free’ came about from that. You must feel like you’ve got the best job in the world. It’s not a job when you like it! What’s the saying – if you love what you do, you never have to work a day in your life? Beginners – who maybe don’t get the steps after the first or 10th or the 20th time sometimes say: “Oh Adriaan, don’t you get irritated with us?” I’m like: ‘No, I love it. As long as you’re smiling, I’m happy.’ Do you ever get sore feet? I sometimes teach nine hours a day back-to-back so when I get home – my husband’s really great, he cooks the dinner Tuesday-Thursday. I just feed my face, jump in the shower and go straight to bed. Our routine in the morning is to get up and do yoga together for 15min – I can’t live without it and that’s our special time together before we head out.

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Himalayan mountaineer Ed Cotter passes away ONE OF New Zealand’s best known mountaineers, Edmund (Ed) Cotter died in Sumner last Thursday, aged 90. Mr Cotter took part in the first New Zealand Himalayan expedition in 1951 with Sir Edmund Hillary, two years before Sir Edmund and Tenzing Norgay became the first to ascend Mt Everest. The two were part of the expedition, along with George Lowe and Earle Riddiford, Mr Cotter featured in the Bay Harbour News in August after a large ginger cat began visiting residents at Edith Cavell Rest Home in Sumner - including Mr Cotter, who became one of the cat’s favourites. The ginger tom was nicknamed Mandu, in Mr Cotter’s honour, and was last month adopted by Mr Cotter’s daughter Jacqui. Mr Cotter died peacefully at Edith Cavell on October 19. A funeral will be held at The McFaddens Centre, in St Albans, Christchurch, at 1pm today.

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ALLIANCE GROUP’S shareholder farmers were told at a meeting in Little River that lamb, sheep and deer prices are likely to remain firm, while cow and bull prices could soften. Heather Stacy, Alliance’s general manager livestock and shareholder services, said prime beef prices should remain similar to last year at $5-$5.40/kg early season and $4.80$5.20/kg post-Christmas. However, she says bull and cow prices are under pressure and softening compared with last season. These are projected to be about $4.00-$5.00/kg early season and $4.70-$5.00/kg post-Christmas. She was outlining the forecasts during the Banks Peninsula stop of an annual roadshow in which senior executives travel the country, updating shareholders on the co-op’s business. “The influence of global supply out of Brazil, the United States and Australia is having a downward draw on prices,” she told shareholders. Farmers at the meeting were told demand for venison is very strong, but a risk exists that its high price on restaurant menus will prompting diners to substitute other meats.

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DESIGN: A concept drawing showing the entrance to a proposed new shopping development on Marine Drive in Church Bay.

Questions raised over Church Bay complex •From page 1 Diamond Harbour Community Association secretary Christine Turner said it had given people the opportunity to raise their concerns. These included the look of the buildings, noise and light pollution, car park size, signage, traffic, and whether there was sufficient demand. “When one man asked if we needed a movie theatre – three quarters of those in the hall said ‘yes.’ People also love the idea of having petrol pumps. There was concern over what would

go into the shops. People definitely don’t want fast food and they assured us that wouldn’t happen. It could be offices or a chemist.” Ms Turner said the aesthetics of the development were of primary concern. “We don’t want a concrete monstrosity.” Although the community had many questions, the general feeling at the end of the meeting was very positive, she said. “James Hook explained everything extremely well.” Gaye Wood, who is in her 70s, spoke towards the end

of the meeting about how the development would benefit her and other older residents in the area, gaining a round of applause. Ms Wood told the Bay Harbour News she had moved to Diamond Harbour two-and-ahalf years ago, for the lifestyle. “Half of the residents here are over 50. If the development goes ahead, it means I can stay here longer.” It was “inevitable” Diamond Harbour would need additional amenities as the population continued to increase, she said.

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News PERMANENT: A temporary crossing point at the corner of Oxford and Winchester Sts may become permanent.

Roading changes likely „„ By Sarla Donovan PROPOSED changes to bus stops and parking in central Lyttelton would result in the loss of five parking spaces. The city council wants to make the temporary pedestrian crossing point at the intersection of Oxford and Winchester Sts permanent and replace the two existing bus stops on Winchester and Oxford Sts, which are positioned close together, with a single bus stop outside Lyttelton School on Oxford St. This is expected to improve the sight lines for pedestrians using the zebra crossing on Oxford St

next to Sumner Rd, as the current bus stop limits visibility, the city council said. New P3/P120 parking restrictions are also proposed outside Lyttelton School to assist the pick-up/drop-off for parents, and for daytime visitors to the school and surrounding area. The proposals would mean some on-street parking being removed near the Winchester St crossing, north and south of the proposed new Oxford St bus stop and at the Oxford/ London St intersection. No-stopping signs would be installed instead. The city council said the no-stopping spaces would improve visibility for pedes-

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BIG DAY OUT: Staff and volunteers were in full Victorian attire at the Ferrymead Heritage Park extravaganza held on Labour weekend Sunday and Monday. The annual event attracted several thousand visitors with face painting, puppet shows and horse riding, the steam train and double-decker tram drawing in plenty of families. PHOTOS: TIME2SHINE ​

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PERFORMERS: Year 8 pupils Annelise Clark and Coby Jansen made $63.90 busking which will go towards their school camp fees. Riley Matla (above right) received a $500 Harvey Norman voucher for his fundraising effort.

Pupils pay their own way to school camp „„ By Julia Evans PARENTS FROM Heathcote Valley School won’t have to empty their wallets for this year’s school camp. The year 7 and 8 pupils have been out in force busking, dog walking, cleaning, hosting bake sales and delivering copies of Bay Harbour News to raise money to cover their own camp fees. The final stash has been tallied and the 32 children have raised $4400 between them. Some pupils ended up with more than they needed, which was donated to the general fund to help out any children who

hadn’t quite met their target. For every $100 they earned, the pupils were put into a draw to win a $500 or $250 Harvey Norman voucher, which the company donated. Riley Malta took home first prize and Mia Fenton, who was away sick during the draw, won the second prize. Now they can look forward to the camp and spending four days at Peel Forest Eco Lodge learning teamwork, self-management, confronting self-doubt and learning more about the environment. The camp is often seen as the highlight for the senior pupils every year.

DIAMOND Harbour School took second in the national Garden to Table school of the year awards. It was the first year the awards have taken place and they attracted 70 entries nationwide from children and schools. Judges included gardening journalist Lynda Hallinan and chef and restauranteur Al Brown. Garden to Table executive officer Linda Taylor said the judges were “blown away” by the standard of applications received. “It’s fantastic to see such

enthusiasm for getting outside, being active and learning key skills that will see them through life. All the judges were incredibly impressed by the drive children showed for gardening,” she said. Diamond Harbour School programme co-ordinator Lisa Hurry said the garden provided jobs for everyone from muscle work like moving compost and cleaning out the chicken coop to garden art, seed-sowing and watering. “This diversity allows everyone to participate, creating a sense of community within the garden,” she said.

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News Simple tips for keeping safe Lyttelton-based navigational safety officer Gary Manch has some simple tips to help you keep safe on the water this summer If you’ve been keeping up with the news lately, you may have noticed stories about the road toll creeping up, in spite of the efforts of regulatory authorities to make our roads safer. As I was thinking about this, it came to mind that even though motor vehicles and boats are completely different, they have one big similarity – they are controlled by humans. This, unfortunately, is the reason we tend to have a lot of incidents, both on the water and off. Mechanical failure rarely leads to injury or death – it’s more often the behaviour of drivers that is the problem. When you think about it, one moment of inattention or carelessness on the water can have disastrous consequences not only for the operator – who makes the mistake – but also for the innocent victims who are out enjoying the water. As Environment Canterbury’s navigation safety officer, I have no control over what happens on the roads but I do have the abil-

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NATURE: The Banks Peninsula Walking Festival will take place over four weekends in November. ​

Hidden gems for peninsula walkers FAMILIES, ARTISTS, botanists, nature lovers, penguin lovers, historians and geologists are in for a treat at this year’s Banks Peninsula Walking Festival . Fire recovery is the November festival’s theme and walkers will get a chance to see the natural regeneration that has occurred in areas of Hinewai Reserve after the huge fire in 2011, as well as the major planting effort taking place at Ohinetahi Reserve since the Port Hills fire. Several landowners are opening their properties for the day, giving walkers a chance to appreciate the range of biodiversity conservation taking place on the peninsula. There will also be a chance to visit a remote area above Little River, all the covenants in French Farm, and a walk on the wildside in Fishermens Bay. Some popular favourites from past years are running again including grunts and dykes exploring Panama Reserve with Robin Burleigh, backyards of Lyttelton with Sue Ellen Sandilands, Takamatua waterfall and sketcha-walk. Explore the many facets of beautiful Orton Bradley Park foraging with Darren Tatom or soak

SCENERY: Walkers will find plenty of sights as they explore the peninsula.

up the history with park manager Ian Luxford. Sue Church, festival coordinator, said she expects the walks will be popular with such a variety of locations on offer to explore. “It’s such a great opportunity for people to see first-hand the breathtaking scenery that Banks Peninsula has to offer,” she said. •For more information about the festival you can pick up a brochure at local businesses and Information Centres, at city council libraries and service centres, find us on Facebook or visit www.bpwalks. co.nz for more information. Places are limited and all walkers must book tickets at www.eventfinda.co.nz

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Government with coalition arrangements with NZ First and a confidence and supply agreement with the Green Party. All three parties will have Ministers, with Labour and NZ First in Cabinet and Labour and Green Party outside Cabinet. So how will this work? Well, for the last nine years, we have had a National-led Government with various support arrangements and partners. The last few years has had Act, United Future and the Maori Party keeping National’s majority in Parliament. The arrangements are not dissimilar now – just very different parties and very different policies. And I think it will work very well. Labour has set out an ambitious 100-day plan so after the commencement of Parliament at the beginning of November, we are going to be very busy. Free tertiary education (University and Polytechnic) starts on January 1, 2018, as does increases to allowances. Rental homes will be brought up to dry

and warm standard, and overseas resident speculators won’t be able to buy our homes. Sale of state houses will stop, paid parental leave will be increased and we will restart contributions into the NZ Superannuation Fund. Work will start on the clean-up of our rivers and lakes and climate change targets set. It’s big and ambitious – and needs to be done – and we can do it. Our two partners will have ambitious goals too and we will support them. But for me, work on the mental health and well being of our residents is the most important and pressing issue. We cannot accept 10 attempted suicides a day in our region. We cannot accept that people are not able to get help because of lack of resources.  There are always many issues to tackle but for me, that’s number one. We will work hard in this Government for a fairer and kinder country. Thanks for the opportunity to make this happen.

Top innovators from Sumner TWO SUMNER residents took out their categories at the New Zealand Innovation Awards in Auckland on Monday night. Scott Noakes from Linewize won the innovation in education, training and development category. Linewize provides teachers with a dashboard that gives visibility and control over their student’s internet usage in the classroom. And Adam Hutchinson from GeoZone won the innovation in tourism and entertainment award. GeoZone uses GPS data from a range of travel apps to analyse the movement and behaviour of independent tourists in New Zealand. The information is then used to help travellers find accommodation, activities, rental vehicles

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2018 Student Leaders: 1st Row: Vai Mariner, Crystal Mehlhopt, Jenna Hollis, Leeah Mullany, Sarah Moana Wooff-Smyth 2nd Row: Eden Pettigrew, Adonai Schwenke, Anaru Gray, Cole Barrie 3rd Row: Havana Aaifou, Thomas McHutchison, Sapana Kharal, William Paulden, Sean Robertson-Wright, Makayla Austin

Enrolling now for 2018 Principal’s Report Kia ora koutou. Talofa. Kia Orana. Malo e lelei. Bula. Fakaalofa atu. Namaste and Kumusta. Greetings to our Community. The content of this page shows the busy life of a NZ secondary school. Education is about seeing the whole person and how these developmentally positive experiences enrich our students’ understanding of whom they are and broaden their outlook. They nurture students’ classroom focus by contextualising their learning and sowing the seeds of positive ambition. Linwood College believes in a ‘pathwayed curriculum’. This means the school, students and families knowing: 1. students’ past learning and skills as they come into LC from our partner primary schools and building on these successes 2. how the learning at LC connects to what the students want to do when they leave school. “What are my post-school pathways and how does my LC learning help me to achieve these pathways?” In this way learning is meaningful to the individual and strengths-based.

College's Car Club Connected to these student pathways are the national development of Kāhui Ako-Communities of Learning. Education, unfortunately, can have its share of short-term fads, but Kāhui Ako are not one of them. In fact, effective schools and communities have taking this approach for decades. Kāhui Ako are schools collaborating to ensure that the student is at the centre of all activity, not just in the individual school that they are in at the time, but as students progress in education from early childhood centres through their schooling to tertiary and the workplace. Linwood College is in two Kāhui Ako. Tamai is the schools of Bamford, Bromley, Linwood Ave, Linwood College, Linwood North, Tamariki, and Te Waka Unua. Aupaki is Heathcote Valley, Linwood College, Lyttelton, Our Lady Star of the Sea, Mt Pleasant, Redcliffs and Sumner. One practical outcome already of our Kāhui Ako has been a specific focus on enrichment with students from our schools getting together for very successful eight week enrichment programmes in Maths, Debating, Pasifika and with Technology to come. Finally, schools can be complicated places. If for any reason you would like to talk to me about anything please contact the office so we can arrange this. My door is open. Ngamihinui – best wishes, Richard Edmundson - Tumuaki (Principal)

Coast to Coast Update Article by The Press’ Robert van Royen – Sept, 2017 (paraphrased) Six Linwood College pupils are competing in the Tough Mudder event alongside Richie McCaw in Auckland in November, thanks to iSport Foundation and Coast-to-Coast Rangers. Linwood College’s Mapu Uasi, Moahengi Ngauamo, Juilan Elia-Lui, Tupito Saofai and Kyle Amer couldn't contain their excitement when they heard the news that they would be competing. They will all do the 20km mud and obstacle course, which is designed to test physical strength, stamina and mental grit.

McCaw's Foundation contacted Jess De Bont, who is currently training the pupils for next year's Coast-to-Coast and suggested the Tough Mudder event to her. "It's an amazing opportunity – once in a life time stuff," she said. “Auckland is a really good lead up for the Coastto-Coast,” said Jess De Bont.

Planting at Charlesworth Reserve Linwood College’s Year 7 & 8 students did an awesome job during a day of planting at Charlesworth Reserve according to Karla Guerin, the Kiwi Can Coordinator from the Graeme Dingle Foundation. Karla said that the planting day (late last term) was very hot and windy but the students all persevered and gave it their best. She said that it was great to see everyone fully engaged and work alongside each other with great teamwork.

Cultural Festival Linwood College presented three cultural dances at the 2017 Primary Schools’ Cultural Festival. Filipino students performed a sacred dance which was followed by a Samoan dance, ‘Do it, do it’ siva. The final item was a kapa haka and song ‘Kapi-oi-oi’. Our students made us proud while demonstrating the rich cultural diversity of our College.

Linwood College students’ Car Club had a great time at Ara Institute of Canterbury over Term 3, learning about all things cars. Under the careful guidance of Tutor Bernie Blanken, students learnt how to change tyres, jump-start flat batteries, strip down and rebuild a small fourstroke engine, disassemble and reassemble a gearbox as well as automotive welding. Students thanked Bernie by buying him a big box of chocolates at the end of the course.

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Year 10’s mini production is going to be #fairestofthemall. This story is an adaption of Snow White with an improvised and modern twist.

Year 11's Tasha Matoe in Year 12/13 performers in ‘Harbouring Ghosts’, a play an adaptation of Hamlet’s about healing past mistakes. ‘Ophelia Thinks Harder’.

Masking Up Part of the Year 9 Drama curriculum is to focus on Drama technologies, so last term students worked on Mask Making. This is an important technology which has links to Greek Theatre and Commedia Del'Arte, both types of Drama which the students will be researching when they get to their NCEA studies.

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'The Change Over' Review As a Christchurch resident from the Eastern suburbs, the movie ‘The Changeover’ is certainly well worth watching, not just for its plot but for the visually striking scenes of post-quake Christchurch. Aerial views show the lead character’s home surrounded by a sea of vacant lots and low-lying swampy stretches. Looking across to the city, with randomly plonked containers and road works, these scenes also tell part of our story. Linwood College is listed on the credits as many of our students were acting extras.

NZ Army Visit The New Zealand Army Band paid Linwood College a visit late last term and provided a very enjoyable lunchtime musical ensemble. Our Head Boy, Thomas McHutchison (pictured) joined the band.

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Bays’ fight to tournament final SPORTS „„ By Gordon Findlater FERRYMEAD BAYS came within a whisker of winning the annual Coastal Spirit under-19 tournament held at Cuthberts Green over Labour weekend. The team dropped just one game on their way to the final before going down to Dunedin’s Green Island 1-2 in the tournament final. Bays were unbeaten on the opening day of the tournament. They began with a 1-1 draw with Waimak United before defeating Coastal Spirit 3-0 and Hornby United 2-0. On Sunday, Bays defeated Selwyn 2-0 in their first game of the day to book a spot in semi-final. Later that day, they played Green Island in their final pool game and went down 0-2. With both teams already assured of a semi-final spot, they elected to rest key players. Bays finished second in pool B to set up a semi-final match with pool A winner Dunedin Technical. Bays dominated the southerners from the beginning and quickly found themselves two

RUNNERS-UP: The Bays under-19 team were pipped 1-2 by Dunedin’s Green Island AFC in the final of the Coastal Spirit under-19 tournament.

goals ahead. They rotated the bench in the second half and eventually won 4-0. In Monday’s final against Green Island, Bays found themselves down 0-1 at the half-time break after a dubious penalty decision. Bays coach Chris Murphy said the team were unlucky to not win a penalty of their own midway through the second half. The game produced two late goals with Green Island all but killing off the match with a second goal before

Bays scored a late consolation. Bays’ mainland premier league squad regular Sho Mathieson was outstanding during the tournament and took out the MVP award. “Mathieson’s experience showed over the three days and he was in another class to a lot of the players he came up against,” said Murphy. The Bays coach also highlighted the play of 15-year-old midfielder Mika Rabuka who looks set to become a MPL regular in seasons to come.

DRIBBLING Bays’ midfielder Mika Rabuka skipped through the Hornby defence in their 2-0 win in pool play.

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Early wickets hurt Sumner in loss to Heathcote THE LOSS of three quick wickets early in their innings was too much for Sumner to overcome as they went down to Heathcote at the weekend. Sumner were defeated by five wickets in the senior A one-day match at Heathcote Domain. After setting the hosts a total of 187, Heathcote reached it in the 41st over. Sumner made a fiery start and were looking good at 40-1 before the loss of three quick wickets had them at 41-4. Captain Johnny Beveridge (above) then steered the ship with a knock of 63, recording his second half century in as many matches. His 71-run partnership with Michael Newton-Vesty helped restore the innings for Sumner before the regular fall of wickets saw them all out for 187 in the 43rd over. Sumner picked up the early wicket of Heathcote captain Matt House before John Garry (45) and Nick Durham (43) took Heathcote close to the halfway point. Matt Mealing then continued to take Heathcote towards their target with a knock of 55.

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TRICK OR TREAT: Join in the Halloween fun at the Redcliffs Village Library this Tuesday. The library will be open late until 7pm with a sausage sizzle from 5pm and if you come in costume there will be treats. ​

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Melbourne Cup Soiree Tuesday, November 7, 4pm Kick up your heels on Melbourne Cup day. There will be prizes for best hat, sweepstakes, and quality finger food. Tickets available from the bar at the club. Open to all members, friends, family and community. Redcliffs/Mt Pleasant Bowling Club, James St. $10 email David on dabnsuedoak@xtra.co.nz or Ann on a.b.newsom@xtra.co.nz. Green fee $10, members $5. Richmond Hill Golf Club, 50 Ferrymead Park Drive Sumner Playgroup Monday, 9.30-11.30am For children aged up to five years and their caregivers. Different areas of play include arts/ crafts, dress-up, constructive play, outdoor/physical play weather permitting. Morning tea for adults and children provided. Cost $3 for adult and child, $2 for additional child.

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2 Door, 2 Drawer TV Unit was $699

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We accept:

$600

$599

targetfurniture.co.nz

Set Includes: 1800x900mm Dining Table + 6 Chairs + Outdoor Furniture Cover

Accessories are not included in the price of furniture unless otherwise stated. Colours in store may vary to those pictured. Stock may vary from store to store. Target apologises in advance if any item is sold out during the promotion. All prices include GST. Target reserves the right to amend any misprints or errors within this advertisement. Mailer offers expire Monday 23rd October 2017. Sale excludes Manchester and accessories.

Corner Blenheim & Curletts Rds, Christchurch.

Phone: 0800 TARGET

Tahiti Cantilever Umbrella

$1999

$100

Includes Queen Bed plus 2 Bedside Tables.

Get more

$500

Brix Living Collection ction

$500

Vermont 3 Plus 2 Seater Suite

$1099

The Cologne is packed with comfort, this sofa pulls out with ease to become a bed settee, perfect for all those overnight guests.

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Spend as much time as you can outdoors this summer with the stylish Valencia collection.

was $2499

now only Cologne g 2.5 Seater Sofabed d

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was $2399

$1799

*No Payments and No Interest for 18 Months (“Payment Holiday”) is available on Q Card Flexi Payment Plans for in-store purchases only until offer ends 31st October 2017. Minimum spend $499. Annual Account Fee of $50 applies. New Q Cardholder fees - $55 Establishment and ($3 PPSR - Q Card only. Existing Q Cardholder fee - $35 Advance. Q Card Standard Interest Rate, currently 25.25% p.a. applies to any outstanding balance at end of Payment Holiday. Payment Holiday period may vary depending on Cardholder’s payment cycle dates. Q Card lending criteria, fees, terms and conditions apply. Rate and fees correct as at date of publication, subject to change.

Santorini 7 Piece Dining Set

TRADING HOURS: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm • Weekends 10am-5pm

The Santorini Collection is a gorgeous design that is both contemporary and country. Acacia is an extremely durable timber, making it ideal for all weather conditions, and a great choice for your outdoor area.

now only

This outdoor umbrella features an aluminium frame and 8 steel ribs for added strength and comes in your choice of two colours, Black and Taupe. Umbrella Base sold separately.

was $649

now onl only

$499

18 MONTHS NO PAYMENTS * & NO INTEREST

*Minimum purchase $499.

Finance offer expires 31st October 2017.See back page for terms & conditions.

Shop with us at targetfurniture.co.nz


MAINTENANCE FREE ALUMINIUM SETTINGS

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$1000

Athens 4 Piece Outdoor Lounge Set This is the perfect set for summer with its aluminium slats. In order to combat potential rust and oxidation, we use a powder-coated finish on this product. This set will not rust, requiring hassle free maintenance. The Athens lounge seats are topped with a comfortable spun polyester cushion and finished in dark grey.

was $2799

now only

$2199

Milan 3+2 Outdoor Lounge Set The Milan range uses Sunbrella fabric that resists fading, is water and mould resistant making it not only a beautiful addition to any outdoor space but also one of our most durable.

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was $4799

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$3799

Ibiza 3 Piece Outdoor Dining Set

$600

$500

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$350 Cancun 4 Piece Outdoor Lounge Set

was $2499

Enjoy making memories this summer with the Cancun range. This material is excellent for any weather condition with no maintenance required and the best part is it doesn’t fade with the sun.

now only

$1999

Athens 3 Piece Outdoor Dining Set This 3- piece Athens dining set is perfect if you are wanting to revamp and modernise your outdoor living area. This super-sleek dining set is minimalist in the true sense with its simple corrosion resistant aluminium slats.

$1299

$300

The fabric is also water and mould resistant, withstanding the harshest of elements as long as it is properly cleaned and cared for.

was $1299

now only

$999

Available in two neutral colours with plush cushion seating.

save

$100

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was $1649

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These fashionable egg chairs are a fun addition to any home.

Table length: 1500mm. Bench length: 1200mm.

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The lounge range of the Milan features quick dry foams and Sunbrella fabric. Reminiscent of spun cotton and loved for both its strength and beauty, Sunbrella fabric resists fading regardless of how long or how often it is exposed to the sun’s rays.

Ego Egg Chair

The Ibiza table and seats are both accented with FSC certified Teak tops creating contrasting tones and texture for a unique and stylish appeal, perfect for a contemporary outdoor area.

Set Includes: Coffee Table + 3 Seater Sofa + 2 Single Seaters

Milan Sun Lounger

$350

was $499

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$399

was $1749

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$1399

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$150

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$350

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$500

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Colada Outdoor Lounge Set Get the supreme designer look in your backyard with the Colada collection. This set showcases clean architectural lines and high back chairs that offer great support with generously sized cushions. Available in your choice of Gunmetal or White.

Valenica 7 Piece Outdoor Bar Set

$400 was $1899

now only

$1499

Colada Outdoor Dining Set The Corner Dining Suite is the perfect solution if you are looking for an outdoor dining set, but with the comforts of a lounge suite. Available in your choice of Gunmetal or White

Cascade Outdoor Bar Set The Cascade Outdoor collection is elegant and modern. Through its tapered lines, simple symmetry and neutral palette, it displays a sophisticated quality that will suit any outdoor space.

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save

$400 Cascade Outdoor Lounge Set The Cascade Outdoor collection is elegant and modern. Through its tapered lines, simple symmetry and neutral palette, it displays a sophisticated quality that will suit any outdoor space.

was $1999

now only

Valenica Outdoor Corner Lounge Set Spend as much time as you can outdoors this summer with the stylish Valencia collection. Built using a heavy duty aluminium frame covered with weather resistant wicker, you will have years of enjoyment with this range.

was $1799

$1599

now only

$500

$1299

was $2499

now only

$1999

This 7 piece Bar Setting is perfect for outdoor dining with a difference in your garden or patio. Bar tables are a great addition to any outdoor space and an excellent piece if you love to spend time outdoors and plan on entertaining this summer.

now only $1399 was $1749

Valencia 3 Piece Balcony Set Perfect for balconies, patios, and apartment living this Valencia 3 Piece Balcony Setting is both compact and versatile, stacking together for storage.

Valencia Outdoor Daybed Relax into this luxurious two person day bed. Designed with flexibility in mind, the base can be split into two pieces for extra seating options. The folding canopy can be repositioned depending on the shade and sun protection required.

$30 300

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was $1249

now only

$250

$999

was $1199

now only

$899

SHOP WITH US ONLINE! targetfurniture.co.nz Nationwide Delivery

save

was $749

now only

$599


MAINTENANCE FREE ALUMINIUM SETTINGS

save

$1000

Athens 4 Piece Outdoor Lounge Set This is the perfect set for summer with its aluminium slats. In order to combat potential rust and oxidation, we use a powder-coated finish on this product. This set will not rust, requiring hassle free maintenance. The Athens lounge seats are topped with a comfortable spun polyester cushion and finished in dark grey.

was $2799

now only

$2199

Milan 3+2 Outdoor Lounge Set The Milan range uses Sunbrella fabric that resists fading, is water and mould resistant making it not only a beautiful addition to any outdoor space but also one of our most durable.

save

was $4799

now only

$3799

Ibiza 3 Piece Outdoor Dining Set

$600

$500

now only

save

$350 Cancun 4 Piece Outdoor Lounge Set

was $2499

Enjoy making memories this summer with the Cancun range. This material is excellent for any weather condition with no maintenance required and the best part is it doesn’t fade with the sun.

now only

$1999

Athens 3 Piece Outdoor Dining Set This 3- piece Athens dining set is perfect if you are wanting to revamp and modernise your outdoor living area. This super-sleek dining set is minimalist in the true sense with its simple corrosion resistant aluminium slats.

$1299

$300

The fabric is also water and mould resistant, withstanding the harshest of elements as long as it is properly cleaned and cared for.

was $1299

now only

$999

Available in two neutral colours with plush cushion seating.

save

$100

save

was $1649

save

These fashionable egg chairs are a fun addition to any home.

Table length: 1500mm. Bench length: 1200mm.

save

The lounge range of the Milan features quick dry foams and Sunbrella fabric. Reminiscent of spun cotton and loved for both its strength and beauty, Sunbrella fabric resists fading regardless of how long or how often it is exposed to the sun’s rays.

Ego Egg Chair

The Ibiza table and seats are both accented with FSC certified Teak tops creating contrasting tones and texture for a unique and stylish appeal, perfect for a contemporary outdoor area.

Set Includes: Coffee Table + 3 Seater Sofa + 2 Single Seaters

Milan Sun Lounger

$350

was $499

now only

$399

was $1749

now only

$1399

save

$150

save

$350

save

$500

save

Colada Outdoor Lounge Set Get the supreme designer look in your backyard with the Colada collection. This set showcases clean architectural lines and high back chairs that offer great support with generously sized cushions. Available in your choice of Gunmetal or White.

Valenica 7 Piece Outdoor Bar Set

$400 was $1899

now only

$1499

Colada Outdoor Dining Set The Corner Dining Suite is the perfect solution if you are looking for an outdoor dining set, but with the comforts of a lounge suite. Available in your choice of Gunmetal or White

Cascade Outdoor Bar Set The Cascade Outdoor collection is elegant and modern. Through its tapered lines, simple symmetry and neutral palette, it displays a sophisticated quality that will suit any outdoor space.

save

save

$400 Cascade Outdoor Lounge Set The Cascade Outdoor collection is elegant and modern. Through its tapered lines, simple symmetry and neutral palette, it displays a sophisticated quality that will suit any outdoor space.

was $1999

now only

Valenica Outdoor Corner Lounge Set Spend as much time as you can outdoors this summer with the stylish Valencia collection. Built using a heavy duty aluminium frame covered with weather resistant wicker, you will have years of enjoyment with this range.

was $1799

$1599

now only

$500

$1299

was $2499

now only

$1999

This 7 piece Bar Setting is perfect for outdoor dining with a difference in your garden or patio. Bar tables are a great addition to any outdoor space and an excellent piece if you love to spend time outdoors and plan on entertaining this summer.

now only $1399 was $1749

Valencia 3 Piece Balcony Set Perfect for balconies, patios, and apartment living this Valencia 3 Piece Balcony Setting is both compact and versatile, stacking together for storage.

Valencia Outdoor Daybed Relax into this luxurious two person day bed. Designed with flexibility in mind, the base can be split into two pieces for extra seating options. The folding canopy can be repositioned depending on the shade and sun protection required.

$30 300

save

was $1249

now only

$250

$999

was $1199

now only

$899

SHOP WITH US ONLINE! targetfurniture.co.nz Nationwide Delivery

save

was $749

now only

$599


GREAT SAVINGS ON THE LATEST DESIGNS! Vintage Barstool and Dining Chairs

Tolix Barstool and Dining Chairs

This stunning range of vintage chairs will transform your dining room by adding in that touch of retro styling with its vintage faux leather seats and fresh steel frames.

Taking inspiration from mid-century furniture design, this range of metal tal barstools and d chairs come in several eral bright hi-gloss ss colours.

Available in colours: grey and espresso.

Barstool

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was $95

$75ea

was $99

$79ea

SALE

WE NOW SELL ONLINE!

Available in colours: black, white, red, grey and rose gold.

Dining Chair

THE MASSIVE OUTDOOR

Dining Chair

Barstool Barstoo ol

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was $95

$7 75 5ea

was $99 9

Valencia 9 Piece Outdoor Dining & Lounge Set

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$300

$59 9ea

was $ $1399

*Coffee Table not included

was $2498

Restrained and sophisticated, this suite flaunts a subtle mid-century modern design that will give your living space the fresh new look you need.

Montana 3 Piece Package

This 9 Piece set covers all your family’s needs. Sit back and relax in the lounge area or sit at the dining table to enjoy your meal.

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now only

$1999

Set Includes: Corner Suite + Coffee Table + Low Dining Table + 4 Stools

now only

$1998

With a name that is as bold ld and confident as the Brix, you will be sure to find a solid style with clean lines and balanced design. n. The Brixx range is constructed from durable veneers and engineered wood.

save $399 $100

Coffee Table was $499

now only

Buffet

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was $849

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$699

$200

A gorgeous low profile bed featuring a tufted headboard is combined with a light oak wood for a lighter bedroom look. With matching fabric bedsides, the full package transforms bedrooms into a comfort oasis.

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save

$150

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save

$150

Set Includes: Dining Table + 3 Seater + 2 Single Seaters + 2 Ottomans

Montego Outdoor Dining Set This stunning setting comprises a sturdy aluminium frame covered by UV stabilized, weather resistant wicker and designed with grey and charcoal hues. The dining table is made to match the seating and is finished off with an easy clean glass top.

$500 was $2499

now only

now only $789 was $989

save

2 Door, 2 Drawer TV Unit was $699

now only

We accept:

$600

$599

targetfurniture.co.nz

Set Includes: 1800x900mm Dining Table + 6 Chairs + Outdoor Furniture Cover

Accessories are not included in the price of furniture unless otherwise stated. Colours in store may vary to those pictured. Stock may vary from store to store. Target apologises in advance if any item is sold out during the promotion. All prices include GST. Target reserves the right to amend any misprints or errors within this advertisement. Mailer offers expire Monday 23rd October 2017. Sale excludes Manchester and accessories.

Corner Blenheim & Curletts Rds, Christchurch.

Phone: 0800 TARGET

Tahiti Cantilever Umbrella

$1999

$100

Includes Queen Bed plus 2 Bedside Tables.

Get more

$500

Brix Living Collection ction

$500

Vermont 3 Plus 2 Seater Suite

$1099

The Cologne is packed with comfort, this sofa pulls out with ease to become a bed settee, perfect for all those overnight guests.

save

Spend as much time as you can outdoors this summer with the stylish Valencia collection.

was $2499

now only Cologne g 2.5 Seater Sofabed d

Shop with us at targetfurniture.co.nz

was $2399

$1799

*No Payments and No Interest for 18 Months (“Payment Holiday”) is available on Q Card Flexi Payment Plans for in-store purchases only until offer ends 31st October 2017. Minimum spend $499. Annual Account Fee of $50 applies. New Q Cardholder fees - $55 Establishment and ($3 PPSR - Q Card only. Existing Q Cardholder fee - $35 Advance. Q Card Standard Interest Rate, currently 25.25% p.a. applies to any outstanding balance at end of Payment Holiday. Payment Holiday period may vary depending on Cardholder’s payment cycle dates. Q Card lending criteria, fees, terms and conditions apply. Rate and fees correct as at date of publication, subject to change.

Santorini 7 Piece Dining Set

TRADING HOURS: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm • Weekends 10am-5pm

The Santorini Collection is a gorgeous design that is both contemporary and country. Acacia is an extremely durable timber, making it ideal for all weather conditions, and a great choice for your outdoor area.

now only

This outdoor umbrella features an aluminium frame and 8 steel ribs for added strength and comes in your choice of two colours, Black and Taupe. Umbrella Base sold separately.

was $649

now onl only

$499

18 MONTHS NO PAYMENTS * & NO INTEREST

*Minimum purchase $499.

Finance offer expires 31st October 2017.See back page for terms & conditions.

Shop with us at targetfurniture.co.nz

Bay Harbour News 25-10-17  

Bay Harbour News 25-10-17