Christchurch City Council 2016 Triennial Elections.

Candidates

These candidate profiles have been compiled under the Local Electoral Act 2001. The Act provides that an electoral officer is not required to verify or investigate any information included in candidate profile statements and is not responsible for the accuracy of the information contained in such statements.

Electing the Mayor


Lianne DALZIELLianne DALZIEL

Best for Christchurch

My principal place of residence is in the Christchurch City Council area.
Three years ago I set out to unite the council, earn the confidence of our community and strategic partners and to get our city back on its feet.
It hasn't been easy, but our finances are now in order, our insurance is settled and our communities' facilities are being restored.
Every step of the way, I've been guided by what I believe is Best for Christchurch.
In the next three years so much more progress will be made. We are on the cusp of something truly exciting. New Zealand's oldest city is becoming New Zealand's newest city.
Three years ago, CERA was in charge. Now it's time for local leadership and for our communities to have a real say in the regeneration opportunities that lie ahead. These things don't just happen by chance.
With my leadership, a united council focused on what's Best for Christchurch, will make it happen. http://www.lianne.co.nz/(external link)


Tubby HANSENTubby HANSEN

Economic Euthenics

My principal place of residence is in the Christchurch City Council area. I am also standing for Spreydon Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board and Canterbury District Health Board.
No Statement Provided.

 

 


John MINTO

John MINTO

Keep Our Assets Canterbury

My principal place of residence is in the Christchurch City Council area.
I am standing as a KOA (Keep our Assets Canterbury) candidate for mayor because we want to win the mayoralty with good policies for Christchurch people.
We want a people-centred city rather than a corporate-centred city.
We also want to see a return to local democracy through open and honest negotiations with central government.
Our policies include: Stopping asset sales; Free and frequent public transport; The living wage ($19.80) as the minimum for all council work; Building 1000 additional council homes for rent and rent-to-buy over 3 years; Ending the corporate stranglehold on the CBD rebuild with stiff rate increases on undeveloped land; Fighting to make all Canterbury rivers swimmable.
These bold policies will improve the lives of everyone living in Canterbury and will save the council money. You can read more about these polices at www.mintoformayor.org.nz

Candidates for Banks Peninsula Ward and the Banks Peninsula Community Board.


Banks Peninsula Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor

THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Andrew TURNER is elected unopposed.


Akaroa Subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Janis HALEYJanis HALEY

My principal place of residence is in the Akaroa subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board area.
As I draw to a close on my last three years as a member of the Akaroa Wairewa Community Board, I have now decided to make myself available again, to stand for the coming term for the Banks Peninsula Community Board.
I have found the role to be very challenging, very frustrating, very rewarding, always something new, and as members we have great support and wonderful co-members to work with. There is unfinished business and various projects that I would like to see fulfilled or completed before I retire from the board. Also with this term there will be a transitional period as the new Community Board for our area takes on a new demographic structure, and a larger combined area with Lyttelton and Mount Herbert.
As a resident in Akaroa, I again will strive to work for our communities, for their betterment on Banks Peninsula. 

 


Keith MOLLOYKeith MOLLOY

My principal place of residence is in the Akaroa subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board area. 
I am a long-term resident of Akaroa town. I am standing as a candidate for the Akaroa Community Subdivision of the Community Board because I want to provide a strong voice for our community.
I am single/widowed with a very strong sense of family. I recently retired after 40 plus years in the aviation industry, flying aircraft including many management roles.
Involvement in our community - Member of Lions and a current Volunteer Fire Fighter with the Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade. I have good analytical and communication skills. A focus for me on the community board would be to see improvements on the peninsula going forward for the benefit of our people, greater whanau and community. A vote for me is a vote for a good leader and community minded person who only seeks to implement solutions, problems are easily recognised. 

 


Pam RICHARDSONPam RICHARDSON

My principal place of residence is in the Akaroa subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board area. 
I am keen to take up the challenge as one of the new Banks Peninsula Community Board members and I am looking for your support.
One of the major challenges will be the new electoral boundary. The Board will have a larger area and a much wider range of issues. They will be representing all of Banks Peninsula and travelling longer distances to meetings seminars etc. To be an effective Community Board member requires time and energy to gain a clear understanding of what the issues are. I have a record of a long time involvement with Banks Peninsula activities committees and organisations. I am committed to making the new Board work and to keep in close contact with all of our communities. We need to ensure that we have 'a voice' strong sustainable communities and we must celebrate and enjoy our unique environment - our special place Banks Peninsula. 

 


Lyttelton Subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board

Electing 2 Members

THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Jed O'DONOGHUE and Christine WILSON are elected unopposed.


Mount Herbert Subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board

Electing 2 Members

THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Felix DAWSON and John MCLISTER are elected unopposed.


Wairewa Subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board

Electing 1 Member

THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Tori PEDEN is elected unopposed.

Candidates for Burwood Ward and the Coastal-Burwood Community Board (Burwood Ward).


Burwood Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor

Cruize ERUETI

Cruize ERUETI

Eastborn

My principal place of residence is in the Burwood Ward area.
Kia ora Kotou, Ko Cruize Taku ingoa, no Otautahi turangawaiwai.
As a Christian, and Maori my passion and focus is to develop our eastern communities. This can only be done with the support of our local people. Our eastern communities have so much to offer to the wider Canterbury. It is time for the east to rise, stand and be heard.
In our back yard, we have the heart, the intelligence and the resilience to build the community that the eastern suburbs want and need.
I have a strong background in community development projects in a faith based youth orientated setting. I stand for Progression and development with our growing Community, in the community, for the Community.
Nou te rourou naku te rourou ka ora ai te Iwi.


Glenn LIVINGSTONEGlenn LIVINGSTONE

The People's Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Burwood Ward area.
A second term Councillor, I bring my experience as a Presbyterian Minister to understanding communities.
Rebuilding our ward, I have focused on our community facilities, such as the QE2 aquatic complex, Aranui Community Centre and Wainoni Park upgrade. I have initiated SCIRT and residents meetings to address our numerous roading issues. The residential red zone holds huge opportunity and I'm passionate about embracing collaborative processes to determine its future.
Addressing homelessness/emergency housing, I have led the renovation of the old city mission, social housing repairs and played an integral role developing the Council's Housing Policy. I've represented people struggling with insurers and supported Council funding for insurance advocacy.
A Coast-to-Coast competitor, I have a vision that our ward becomes a draw-card for sporting, recreational and environmental activities.
I offer continuity and experience and I have the skills to continue representing you.


Burwood Ward of the Coastal-Burwood Community Board 

Electing 2 Members

Tim BAKERTim BAKER

The People's Choice

My principal place of residence is in the Burwood Ward of the Coastal-Burwood Community Board area.
I have been an elected member of the Community Board for 2 terms. During this time a huge amount has been accomplished including the opening of a new library and Community Facility (Hall). I have attended over 100 meetings each year to ensure the community has been listened to.
I have not promised unrealistic projects like the Water Park. I have realistic expectations of the Council, Government and community.
Over the next 3 years I intend to be an advocate to ensure that the best use of the Red Zone is realised, the roads are repaired on time, stop banks are renewed to prevent flooding, our parks are kept nice, and a lot more than 150 words limits me to!
Your vote for The People's Choice team will ensure our ward and community keep thriving.


Sela FALETOLU-FASISela FALETOLU-FASI

The People's Choice

My principal place of residence is not in the Burwood Ward of the Coastal-Burwood Community Board area.
I currently work in tertiary education as the Pasifika Liaison officer for Ara Institute of Canterbury (formerly CPIT Aoraki). I am a Justice of the Peace, a member of the Youth Advisory Group for the Wayne Francis Charitable Trust, and also sit on the Pasifika Advisory Group for Ara Institute of Canterbury.
After the earthquake I started a group called No Limits which used performing arts as a vehicle for the voice of young people in Christchurch to be heard, and to be connected with the leaders and decision makers of this city. I believed there was a need to engage people in a way that would cross socioeconomic status, generations, and culture, and that would build strong, accessible bridges within the community. That is my heart.
I am seeking to be elected not just to be a voice for Pasifika and Māori, but for the advancement of all people.


Brian G STEERBrian G STEER

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Burwood Ward of the Coastal-Burwood Community Board area.
No Statement Provided. 

 

 


Linda STEWARTLinda STEWART 

Independent

My principal place of residence is not in the Burwood Ward of the Coastal-Burwood Community Board area.
I am committed to the east, politics-free and I'm seeking a fourth term. Central government initiated two positive projects supporting eastern recovery. Two new high schools at QEII. Burwood Hospital's extensions.
However Council's eastern initiatives have done little in returning our quality of life.
I want to see: Quality roads rebuilt to reconnect business and community. Budget commitment for an additional deep water pool at QEII to provide for our adults fitness and wellbeing. New stop bank protection. New Brighton's Legacy Project.
By working with community I have successfully advocated for - retaining QEII land sale proceeds for further onsite recreational development, upgrading the downsized aquatic replacement proposal to include a two metre depth 25 metre pool, lengthened learn-to-swim pool and a therapeutically useful spa.
I love our eastern lifestyle and oppose our parks and facilities being downsized or cashed-in without transparent community-wide consultations.
landnotes@xtra.co.nz(external link)        0274053257

Candidates for Cashmere Ward and Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Cashmere Ward).


Cashmere Ward Councillor 

Electing 1 Councillor

THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Tim SCANDRETT is elected unopposed.


Cashmere Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Rod (D) CAMERONRod (D) CAMERON

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Cashmere Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board area. I am also standing for Council for Harewood Ward.
Firstly, I thank the 5,813 people who voted for me in the 2010 election.
As an Independent candidate, I believe in transparent, common-sense decision-making without political party influence.
Having 6 years previous community board service gives me valuable experience.
Priority should be given to back to basics policies ensuring ratepayers dollars are spent wisely.
Living in Beckenham for 45 years, I feel I have a good understanding of the wider community expectations.
I support initiatives to achieve a healthy Heathcote River along with encouragement towards sporting and community activities for all ages.
If elected I would be proud to serve you as a strong voice for the silent majority.
My background includes: Supervisor NZ Post Office; business owner; 25 years rugby referee; played/coached Sydenham Rugby Club; Vice-President Lancaster Park Cricket Club; Board Member Keep Christchurch Beautiful; Life-member Keep NZ Beautiful.
Please feel free to phone me ph. 332-3011


Ian CUMMINGIan CUMMING

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Cashmere Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board area.
I am standing because I believe I can give something more back to our community and city which has given much to me over the last 36 years as a resident of St Martins and Beckenham.
Energetic. Effective. Involved.
Christchurch South Community Patrol secretary
Central Police Station volunteer
Cancer Society volunteer driver
Beckenham Neighbourhood member
Previously TVNZ and CTV producer and director in Christchurch for 36 years.
In 2013, 6848 of you voted for me -just 182 votes shy of being elected. I hope all of you will do the same again with enough others to allow me to bring a fresh approach to our Boards' deliberations and our communities' future. The Board over the years has addressed many issues generally, but not always effectively, so there is always room for improvement, and I can make that difference on your behalf.
A fresh voice. A fresh face. A fresh choice.


Helene MAUTNERHelene MAUTNER

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Cashmere Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board area. 
I am a current Spreydon/Heathcote Community Board member, chair of the Opawaho-Heathcote River Network, and past-president of National Council of Women (Christchurch Branch). I have a PhD in Speech Therapy, and have worked as computer programmer, business analyst, and waste minimisation consultant.
I have lived in the local community for 30 years and our children attended Cashmere schools. A practical environmentalist, I've organised successful river clean-ups and waste reduction programmes in schools, hospitals and factories. I'm keen to continue using my skills and energy on the Board to help in the huge post-quake task.
I am opposed to selling Council assets like the port, airport, or electricity network. I want to see good design and business activity in rebuilt shopping centres, realistic solutions to congestion and housing shortages, along with a healthy environment for all, with special concern for children, elderly and people with disabilities.


Lee SAMPSONLee SAMPSON

The People’s Choice

My principal place of residence is in the Cashmere Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board area.
I'm proud to call Cashmere home, it's a unique and very special environment.
As an experienced Project Manager, Licensed Builder and volunteer Youth Mentor I have a depth of real life skills and knowledge that enable me to advocate strongly and effectively for this community.
I work collaboratively and transparently and will bring more opportunities for residents to connect and thrive; further ensuring the services we all rely on don't get neglected and remain readily available and accessible.
I'm leading a campaign to keep medical services at Princess Margaret Hospital, to ensure all residents within our Southern suburbs can access lower cost healthcare.
As an active member of Otakaro Orchard's Board I support locally grown produce and greater education on food quality. I know great things can be delivered by 'bottom up' community initiatives when rightly empowered.
I'm approachable and will bring new energy, balance and focus into this role.

 

Candidates for Central Ward and the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Central Ward).


Central Ward Councillor 

Electing 1 Councillor

Lindon (Boycey) BOYCELindon (Boycey) BOYCE

My principal place of residence is in the Central Ward area. I am also standing for Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board. 
I am Experienced and Well Rounded (IE Old and Overweight). I am a fourth Generation Canterbury Road Transport Operator, Canterbury born and bred.
I own a couple of small businesses involved in Trucking general Earthworks Contracting and Heavy Vehicle importation, Rentals and local Film / Movie production.
I do all my own dirty work and when something is broken I fix it and I don't take prisoners doing it.
I am not a Politician or PC Correct in any way and hate the Bureaucracy we now have in this city.
I am standing for Councillor because I feel the Christchurch City Council is broken and now needs someone like me to help get it back working.
Parking, 30kph, Rubbish, Graffiti, Roadworks, Traffic, Nightlife.
www.boycey.co.nz


Dora Roimata LANGSBURYDora Roimata LANGSBURY

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Central Ward area. I am also standing for Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board.
I was born and raised in Dunedin and moved to Christchurch to attend teacher's college and university. Since that time I have fallen in love with this city and now call it home. On my return here, from working in Asia and the USA, I have involved myself in many local organisations and issues.
As your elected representative I will be your eyes, ears, heart and voice around the table.
Christchurch has the opportunity to be; financially strong, environmentally prepared, accessible, affordable and a desirable city to live in. As an independent voice at the table, I will make sure that all decisions keep these requirements in balance.
I have a strong background in business, education, governance and sport; this enables me to be well informed across the wide range of decisions your elected representative will need to make.
Vote Dora Roimata Langsbury, to be your voice at the table.


Deon SWIGGSDeon SWIGGS 

Independent - Let’s Get It Done

My principal place of residence is not in the Central Ward area.
If you are one of the 200,000 people a month who get information from Rebuild Christchurch, then you know who I am. I started www.rebuildchristchurch.co.nz in September 2010 because I know how important it is for people to know what's going on. Alongside this I set up a charitable Foundation that raised money so we could deliver assistance to families in need.
I was a founding trustee of the Canterbury Insurance Assistance Service, to help people with EQC and insurance disputes. I also hosted a TV documentary about the residential red zone's future. And at the same time I have been studying for an MBA, and will be graduating in November.
My track record shows that I get things done.
As your city councillor, I will bring all the hopes, dreams and aspirations of a young person to the table and I will get things done.
www.deonswiggs.com


Vicki TAHAU-PATON Vicki TAHAU-PATON 

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is not in the Central Ward area.
I am a small business owner and I'm passionate about our community.
Every thought, choice and decision we make, big or small, affects our future - some can even be life altering. We can't change yesterday, but we can shape tomorrow.
The basic foundations for our city are in place and we have the chance to revive the best of the past and create a strong united vision for our future.
With hard work, clear communication and accountability we can achieve positive results together. If we listen, hear all voices and work together constructively we can move beyond differences to achieve great outcomes.
I'll keep our strategic assets and believe it is important for us to assure we have safe, healthy and accessible housing. Let's grow a Garden City where we can stand tall, and be proud.
My business motto has always been solutions, not promises, that's what I'm offering you.


 Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Lindon (Boycey) BOYCELindon (Boycey) BOYCE 

My principal place of residence is in the Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area. I am also standing for Council for Central Ward.
I am Experienced and Well Rounded (IE Old and Overweight). I am a fourth Generation Canterbury Road Transport Operator, Canterbury born and bred.
I own a couple of small businesses involved in Trucking general Earthworks Contracting and Heavy Vehicle importation, Rentals and local Film / Movie production.
I do all my own dirty work and when something is broken I fix it and I don't take prisoners doing it.
I am not a Politician or PC Correct in any way and hate the Bureaucracy we now have in this city.
I am standing because I feel the Christchurch City Council is broken and now needs someone like me to help get it back working.
Parking, 30kph, Rubbish, Graffiti, Roadworks, Traffic, Nightlife.
www.boycey.co.nz


Sally BUCKSally BUCK 

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area. I am also standing for Canterbury District Health Board.
Getting things done and making sure you get personal attention, I work hard to resolve issues and am accountable only to you. I live in central Christchurch and am passionate about our area and want to see it vibrant and alive with a good cross section of people living and working here. My voting record shows I have stood up for local residents on many issues including: safety, heritage, saving libraries, improving roads and footpaths, protection of clean water, waste reduction, protecting and enhancing rivers and parks, cycleways, combating vandalism and graffiti, good transport systems. I will make decisions in the best interests of the community after examining the facts, listening to people and especially looking at the long term impacts. I'm active in the community and use a common sense approach. Love hearing from you and always available to listen phone me 3792820 or 0210580392 or email me: bucksally1@gmail.com


Wayne HAWKERWayne HAWKER

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
Our Communities represent the heart of our city, this heart has been beating for many years from our past, our present and into the future as we continue to rebuild our city. As your community board representative I will continue working to best represent the views and needs of our community. My past record of community work stands out. Member of Phillipstown School board that took the fight to Education Ministry to keep the school open, have successfully campaigned to stop unwanted liquor stores opening in our community. Worked with council officials and shut down an illegally operating brothel in the community. Proudly campaigned to keep our current flag but my work is still not complete. I have a lot to offer our community, I have the time, passion and energy to roll up my sleeves, get down and work hard for our community, I just need your vote.


Dora Roimata LANGSBURYDora Roimata LANGSBURY 

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area. I am also standing for Central Ward.
I was born and raised in Dunedin and moved to Christchurch to attend teacher's college and university. Since that time I have fallen in love with this city and now call it home. On my return here, from working in Asia and the USA, I have involved myself in many local organisations and issues.
As your elected representative I will be your eyes, ears, heart and voice around the table.
Christchurch has the opportunity to be; financially strong, environmentally prepared, accessible, affordable and a desirable city to live in. As an independent voice at the table, I will make sure that all decisions keep these requirements in balance.
I have a strong background in business, education, governance and sport; this enables me to be well informed across the wide range of decisions your elected representative will need to make.
Vote Dora Roimata Langsbury, to be your voice at the table.


Jake MCLELLANJake MCLELLAN

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
I'm asking for your support to be your representative on our community board. I grew up in the Central ward and went to school in the CBD. I'm proud to live and work here, and to call Christchurch home. I believe it's important for young people to get involved and contribute to our city.
I'm passionate about ensuring people have a say in the decisions that affect their lives, and I want to be a strong advocate for people in Central Christchurch.
With a degree in broadcasting communication, I have skills and experience to work with communities to find can do solutions to the challenges and opportunities we face: every-one should live in a warm dry home, it makes sense to keep our strategic assets, and we have to respect people and protect our environment. We should all enjoy high quality community facilities that are accessible to everyone.


Robin TINGA Robin TINGA 

The People’s Choice

My principal place of residence is not in the Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
As a wheelchair user I appreciate barriers faced by people with mobility challenges whether through physical impairment or age instability. Our city, our community, has an obligation to assure safe, accessible, healthy, affordable housing that continues to meet our needs as we age.
Now is the time to design for a truly internationally recognised accessible city, from home to places of business, employment, leisure and care; through paving and public transport; attracting commercial benefits from disabled sporting, business and tourism.
I support open, inclusive decision making. I am a strong believer in environmental issues and sustainability, and want clean water, free from nutrient loading and commercialisation. I am treasurer on the board of a community housing organisation and volunteer for another.
I challenge boundaries: I was the first adaptive rower to be selected in the NZ rowing squad in 2009, and I'm a keen off-road hand-cycler.


Alex WOOTTON Alex WOOTTON 

My principal place of residence is in the Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
Christchurch is at a crossroads. This is our chance to make it better. As a long-term resident of the central city and a strong believer in the importance of community, I will advocate for those who live and work in it. I believe in pragmatic politics and the power of democracy. I am a young, progressive voice, I will speak up for those I represent. I believe green spaces can be used in a productive way to enhance our developing urban environment. Let us together take the opportunity to preserve the unique character of our city, but make it a living vibrant one, that properly reflects those that call it home.


Peter YEARBURYPeter YEARBURY

Progressive Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Central Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
Resident of Haast St Christchurch. I am a part time self employed Service Industry Professional. I have been a resident of Christchurch for over 30 years helping to help others in their time of need. Previous local authority experience includes Lyttelton-Mt.Herbert Community Board Member and a Manukau City Councillor (Elected twice). 25 years service Club activities as a member of Lions Clubs International and am a Past District Governor (2014-15). I am strongly Community minded, spirited and remain active to ensure that our community and public services can be the best that can be achieved. My dedication to helping others and being semi retired would enable me to contribute to our area, ward/community board with enthusiasm, experience and a clear vision for improvements with quality for our inner city living environment.

Candidates for Coastal Ward and the Coastal-Burwood Community Board (Coastal Ward).


Coastal Ward Councillor 

Electing 1 Councillor

David EASTDavid EAST

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Coastal Ward area.
Current Councillor - Coastal Ward. Community Board - 9yrs, Chairman 2007 -10. Fourth Generation Resident
My focus
Infrastructure repair: Supporting the Ward infrastructure repair programme, advocating for changes where necessary.
Community Projects and Facilities:
Projects of significant involvement: QEII Recreation complex, Relocation of High Schools to QEII Park, Retention of Gravity Sewer in Parklands, Retention of Rawhiti Golf and South Brighton Camp.
Ongoing projects: Coastal Hazards - reasoned and practical approaches to Sea level rise, Estuary edge - practical solutions, protecting adjoining areas, Coastal Promenade - enhancing our coastal assets, Hot Salt Water Pools and Rejuvenation of New Brighton CBD in conjunction with Development Christchurch  Red Zone Land - its future. Promoting aquatic recreation, cycle ways, wetlands restoration, storm water retention, parks and reserves.
My vision is - The place where the City comes to play.
Experienced and knowledgeable in Local Body Governance, I seek your vote for re election in the Coastal Ward.


Jo KANEJo KANE

My principal place of residence is not in the Coastal Ward area. I am also standing for Canterbury District Health Board.
24 years ago I left South Brighton for Waikuku Beach and sadly watched the steady decline, underinvestment, over promises, under delivery in this stunning environment. Those living in the coast do it for a reason, lifestyle, its values, the environment and a sense of community. The earthquakes should have accelerated the work programme for this area but I believe you've been patronised with grandiose plans without looking after the basic maintenance requirements of roads, recreation faculties and drainage. You deserve stronger representation; passion is not enough. It's time to stop the rhetoric and time for action. I am strong, forthright and have experience in coastal communities as a previous Waimakariri Deputy Mayor and regional councillor. If elected I will return to this piece of paradise and will vigorously demand that from Southshore to Brooklands you are treated with a much better level of service and the community's views are respected


Dean LESTERDean LESTER

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is not in the Coastal Ward area.
It's an honour to ask for your vote to represent you.
I have advocated for and supported fellow citizens as an insurance expert over the past six years. I want to represent my community now because we are in a period of change with challenges that demand we find, in a transparent way, solutions that give all a fair go.
There is no room for arrogance, ignorance or talk down behaviour. We need honest, realistic solutions to real problems. We love the area that is the Coastal Ward because of its plentiful and easy access to natural habitat and landscapes: the beach, sea and forest. These need to be protected and have good safe access so we can enjoy our beautiful environment.
We can work together to improve our lives and help our community because I want, like you, a life that isn't broken.


 

Coastal Ward of the Coastal-Burwood Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Andrea CUMMINGSAndrea CUMMINGS

The People’s Choice - Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Coastal Ward of the Coastal-Burwood Community Board area.
I am the current Burwood Pegasus Community Board Chairperson during a time where extraordinary circumstance has called for extraordinary leadership. I have been fortunate to lead a united board overcoming numerous challenges, making complex decisions and overall helping to make the ward a better place to live.
My passion is advocating for the recovery and enhancement of the greater New Brighton and Coastal communities and this focus earned me an earthquake award for running a welfare centre after the quakes.
My previous training and experience in geology, ministry, accounting and business leadership equip me to serve on the boards of Rebuild Christchurch, Eastern Vision and Avondale School.
I want to ensure the positive gains made this term continue to enhance a productive working relationship with the community, Council, Development Christchurch and Regenerate Christchurch as we continue to consult on challenges such as the Residential Red Zone and Coastal regeneration.


Kim MONEYKim MONEY

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Coastal Ward of the Coastal-Burwood Community Board area.
For 35 years I have enjoyed living and raising a family in our amazing coastal community. While working in residential property management and development I have brought positive change in our Ward through various volunteer roles. These include the New Brighton Pier and Foreshore Society, North Beach Residents Association and Canterbury Youth Services (Easter Camp, Spencer Park).
As Chairperson of a coastal Trust I have played a leadership role in the beach promenade proposal and am currently working with Council and development entities. This follows a successful partnership with Council on the North Beach War Memorial/Community Centre refurbishment. My strengths in building relationships and engaging stakeholders, combined with my community knowledge, will help bring progress to our Ward.
Action will restore hope and certainty. I'm a person of vision, action and perseverance. It would be my privilege to serve you. Recipient: Christchurch Earthquake Award, Burwood Pegasus Community Services Award
www.facebook.com/kim.money.coastal.ward


Tim SINTESTim SINTES

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Coastal Ward of the Coastal-Burwood Community Board area.
For three terms I have had the privilege of being a community representative on the Burwood Pegasus Ward Community Board, consistently advocating and working for betterment in our community. I'm proud of the work myself and so many in the community have put in to improve our area and reveal the gem of the East. I have a strong history of speaking out on important topics and have worked hard to ensure community issues and voices are not only heard, but acted on.
We have exciting opportunities developing that have been hard fought for and my contributions within a significant amount of local community groups, speaks volumes to my passion and drive for the area.
My sincere hope is that my achievements to date are valued and trusted.
Your vote will ensure I continue to advocate and enable our vision for the Coastal Ward.

Candidates for the Fendalton Ward and Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Fendalton Ward).

Fendalton Ward Councillor 

Electing 1 Councillor

THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Jamie GOUGH is elected unopposed.


 Fendalton Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board

Electing 2 Members

John BURNJohn BURN

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Fendalton Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board area. I am also standing for Canterbury District Health Board.
Retired barrister - practised in Christchurch and for the last 23 years at the Sydney Bar. Returned to Christchurch 2014 after the death of my wife (Wendy Glasson): three sons and grandchildren.
Educated, to some extent, at St Andrews College, LL.B at Uni of Canterbury. Associate of NZ Institute of Management.
Previously three terms as City Councillor Christchurch, Chairman of Policy and Finance committee. Director of several public companies in both countries, including chairman of Australian tourist development company and an exchange-traded investment company and Deputy Chairman of Christchurch International Airport. Writer of many articles. Two years as television interviewer CHTV3.
Bad habits: writing letters to the editor, too many double faults at Elmwood Tennis. Continuing belief since my Council days in closer involvement with ratepayers, together with restraint on rate rises, and now I have the time I would work to achieve these ends.


David John CARTWRIGHTDavid John CARTWRIGHT

Independent Citizens

My principal place of residence is in the Fendalton Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board area.
I am currently deputy chair of the Fendalton-Waimairi Community Board and am seeking re-election for a third term. I am committed to our community, and those who live in it. The next few years will continue to be important for the development of Christchurch, and a strong community voice is needed to ensure we make the most of every opportunity.
I want to see a straightforward and common sense approach to the governance of Christchurch, with clear and open communication between all stakeholders.
My background is in hospitality and general management. I am a member of the NZ Institute of Directors, and a board member of Keep Christchurch Beautiful. My community involvement gives me opportunities to talk with people from a variety of organisations and interest groups; providing a broad perspective on what is happening across our city, and a sound base from which to advocate on different issues.


Bridget WILLIAMSBridget WILLIAMS

Independent Citizens

My principal place of residence is in the Fendalton Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board area.
Being a fifth generation Cantabrian, I have lived in the area all my 24 years and have immense pride for my city. After my experience as President of the Student Volunteer Army, it was a natural step to apply my passion and commitment to the community. I am stepping up again with three years experience and enthusiasm, to ensure your opinions are upheld and supported. I will continue making a positive change where it counts whether it's maximising creativity, encouraging local talent, or pushing your values into action.
Having recently graduated with both Law and Arts Degrees at Canterbury University, I've made a conscious choice to remain in Christchurch during future focused decisions. Being one of the younger representatives, I bring a youthful perspective complimented by my previous term and local knowledge. Allow me to represent you so together we can flourish fresh development, respect tradition while embracing community compassion.

Candidates for Halswell Ward and the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Halswell Ward).

Halswell Ward Councillor 

Electing 1 Councillor

Kevin CLARKEKevin CLARKE

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Halswell Ward area.I am also standing for Halswell Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board.
Let's Get It Done My name is Kevin Clarke.
Halswell has been my home for 30 years since emigrating from Scotland. I'm a local business owner, married with four adult children, have held key positions on various local organisations, and senior management roles at international sports events. Rapid growth means Christchurch continues to face significant challenges. Let's ensure we meet them effectively so the whole community benefits. Let's ensure our facilities and infrastructure keep pace with the demands being placed upon them. Let's ensure that our long term planning is fiscally achievable. As your independent voice in Council, I will be an effective advocate for our community, with a resolute, common-sense, approach to get things done. It's time for a fresh perspective and action on the issues that matter to you, big and small, for today and for tomorrow. So vote for me, Kevin Clarke. Together we'll Get It Done.


Anne GALLOWAY Anne GALLOWAY 

The People’s Choice

My principal place of residence is in the Halswell Ward area.
A society grows strong when old men and women plant trees they will never sit under. My motivation for standing is the importance of leaving a positive legacy.
I want my children and grandchildren to live in a community that is socially and environmentally healthy, in which residents feel a sense of connection and belonging.
I am committed to formulating, facilitating and communicating a vision for a strong community that embraces diversity in age, gender and ethnicity, that values experience, diverse views and skills. The people of Halswell deserve a Councillor who has the skills to engage, listen, and confidently represent their wishes and needs.
My experience in educating for positive change in individuals and communities has equipped me to be this person. With your vote, together we can make Halswell the amazing community we know it can be. Together, we can leave a legacy we can be proud of.


Chrys HORNChrys HORN 

Connected Communities, Thriving Christchurch

My principal place of residence is in the Halswell Ward area.
For the last six years I have worked in Halswell and across greater Christchurch to support good community outcomes on issues such as resource management, transport and earthquake recovery. Initiatives I have driven include the Halswell Community Project, the Halswell Newsletter, the Halswell Community Website and the Halswell Market. These required communication with residents, sourcing funding and networking with others with similar aspirations.
I have a PhD in social science, a biophysical science training, and a professional background in environmental management and community resilience.
The residents of Christchurch are key to the city's future. I am passionate about harnessing the talent and knowledge in our communities to create better economic, social and environmental outcomes.
Halswell is a fast-growing community, and its development and well-being have been central to my recent professional and volunteer experience. I am therefore an ideal advocate for Halswell at Council level.
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Peter LALOLI Peter LALOLI 

Independent Citizens

My principal place of residence is not in the Halswell Ward area. I am also standing for Halswell Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board.
After 48 years of living and raising a family in Christchurch and many years of community service including 15 years as the Police Commander responsible for the Halswell Ward, and 15 years on the Community Board, I believe I am well qualified to represent you on the CCC.
The Halswell Ward requires someone who understands both local and central government work. I believe in accountability in all areas of public service and will work hard to develop a sustainable community that creates a healthy environment that manages the issues related to the city rebuild, transport and urban development.
I will bring to the Council an open, independent and practical approach to decision making which includes talking with and listening to people in my community.
Together we can grow Halswell and our city, positively and effectively.
Please support and vote for, Peter Laloli.


 

Halswell Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Kevin CLARKEKevin CLARKE

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Halswell Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area. I am also standing for Council for Halswell Ward.
Let's Get It Done. My name is Kevin Clarke.
Halswell has been my home for 30 years since emigrating from Scotland. I'm a local business owner, married with four adult children, have held key positions on various local organisations, and senior management roles at international sports events. Rapid growth means Christchurch continues to face significant challenges. Let's ensure we meet them effectively so the whole community benefits. Let's ensure our facilities and infrastructure keep pace with the demands being placed upon them. Let's ensure that our long term planning is fiscally achievable. As your independent voice in Council, I will be an effective advocate for our community, with a resolute, common-sense, approach to get things done. It's time for a fresh perspective and action on the issues that matter to you, big and small, for today and for tomorrow. So vote for me, Kevin Clarke. Together we'll Get It Done


Peter LALOLIPeter LALOLI

Independent Citizens

My principal place of residence is not in the Halswell Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area. I am also standing for Council for Halswell Ward.
After 48 years of living and raising a family in Christchurch and many years of community service including 15 years as the Police Commander responsible for the Halswell Ward, and 15 years on the Community Board, I believe I am well qualified to represent you on the CCC.
The Halswell Ward requires someone who understands both local and central government work. I believe in accountability in all areas of public service and will work hard to develop a sustainable community that creates a healthy environment that manages the issues related to the city rebuild, transport and urban development.
I will bring an open, independent and practical approach to decision making which includes talking with and listening to people in my community.
Together we can grow Halswell and our city, positively and effectively.
Please support and vote for, Peter Laloli.


Ross MCFARLANERoss MCFARLANE

Our Community My Priority

My principal place of residence is in the Halswell Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
After being a quiet voice behind recent community initiatives I have been nominated to represent your interests in a more public way. A vote for me gives you a pro-active, independent Community Board member, speaking out for continued improvements within our community. I am familiar with issues affecting the Halswell, Aidanfield, Awatea, Kennedy's Bush, Westmorland, Wigram and rural areas, having lived here for 19 years. Married with adult children who have attended local schools, I am a member of the Halswell Residents Association and the Halswell River Rating District Liaison Committee. Having played, coached and refereed sport locally I recognise the importance of our residents belonging to a community that embraces and facilitates their involvement. I will press for fair and equitable rates and my knowledge of growth, planning and rating policies for urban and rural areas will provide for better representation across all generations. Our community is my priority.


Debbie MORADebbie MORA

The People’s Choice

My principal place of residence is in the Halswell Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
I have lived in Halswell for 30 years and love it! My career began at IRD, and I now work in the financial industry. I obtained two diplomas while raising my son: accounting and human resources management. I enjoy employment law and when time permits I advocate successfully for those who have been wrongfully dismissed. Being a current elected member, I would like to continue to support the idea of a potential cafe at the Stone House at Halswell Quarry. It has been an idea of many and deserves to come to fruition.
I am involved with the Halswell Residents Association, Birthright Christchurch, and Kaitiaki group (guardianship/community welfare groups). I enjoy playing bridge, love aviation, and have learned to fly a Piper Cherokee, a fantastic experience.
If you want to be listened to and your voice heard it would be my privilege to continue to represent you.

Candidates for the Harewood Ward and Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Harewood Ward).

Harewood Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor

Faimeh BURKEFaimeh BURKE

Independent

My principal place of residence is not in the Harewood Ward area.
I believe in strong communities providing vital local input for Christchurch to function well and serve its people. I will work for a safer, sustainable, and community-focused Christchurch, with a grassroots up rather than top down approach. Having served as your Community Board member for twelve years, I have the local government experience and knowledge to be an effective Councillor. I have a track record of integrity, courage to right injustices. I will always put you and our city's future in the heart of decision making.
My priorities: safer streets for everybody especially school pupils, cyclists, the elderly and people with disabilities, rebuilding community facilities, revamping Bishopdale Mall, efficient and cost-effective public transport, enhancing green spaces, protecting water quality, reviving streams and waterways, affordable rates and protecting strategic assets. I believe strongly that Council's decisions should reflect community views and am always available to listen to your concerns.
www.Facebook/FaimehBurke


Rod (D) CAMERONRod (D) CAMERON

Independent

My principal place of residence is not in the Harewood Ward area. I am also standing for Cashmere Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board.
As an Independent candidate, I believe in transparent, common-sense decision-making without political party influence.
Priority should be given to back to basics policies ensuring ratepayers dollars are spent wisely. Escalation of rates increases concerns me greatly. Spending constraints are necessary. Having previously lived in Harewood I feel I have an understanding of the needs and aspirations of local residents. Being a new ward following the electoral review it is important that your councillor has a thorough knowledge of Council policies and procedures. My 6 years previous community board service gives me that valuable experience.
If elected I would be proud to serve you as a strong voice for the silent majority.
My background includes: Supervisor NZ Post Office; business owner; rugby referee (25 years); Vice-President Lancaster Park Cricket Club; 30 years real estate sales manager; Board Member Keep Christchurch Beautiful; Life-member Keep NZ Beautiful.
Please contact me on phone 332-3011


Rod (S) CAMERONRod (S) CAMERON

Best Value for Christchurch

My principal place of residence is not in the Harewood Ward area.
I am very focussed on supporting the regeneration of Christchurch now and into the future, always questioning - What is best value for Christchurch?
We need councillors who have knowledge and skills to lead through Christchurch's challenges. I can provide these. I am an engineer with more than 40 years' experience here and overseas in design and management of building and construction, financial control and community engagement. 
Following the September 2011 earthquake I led the rebuild of land, pipes and roads for the city. I have been the Value Manager in SCIRT since it began in May 2011.
I bring understanding of how to get building and construction done, fiscal responsibility to identify the right projects, completing in the right priority, staying connected with community needs.
I'm running for Harewood to make a positive contribution to the ward and the business of Council.
Vote Rod Cameron - Best Value for Christchurch.
rodcameronchch@gmail.com


Brian GARGIULOBrian GARGIULO

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Harewood Ward area. I am also standing for Canterbury District Health Board.
I have lived in Harewood, Christchurch for 60 years attending Harewood Primary and Burnside High. I owned and operated a commercial tomato and raspberry property in Harewood for over 40 years.
I am 63 years old, have been married to Ann for 43 years and have 6 children.
I was awarded the MBE in 1986 for services to Horticulture and the community.
I am a company director and chairman of produce and farming companies in NZ, Australia, the USA and served on Lincoln University Council and St Andrews College Board for 10 years. I am an Accredited Fellow with the Institute of Directors. Christchurch City is in an exciting redevelopment phase and I bring to the council a perceptive, practical approach to the challenges the city faces.
My experience has taught me to be open to creative ideas, to plan for and create opportunities for the Harewood ward and city.


Aaron KEOWNAaron KEOWN

True Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Harewood Ward area. I am also standing for Harewood Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board and Canterbury District Health Board.
I am standing in the ward of Harewood to passionately represent the community where I live and get results for the ratepayers of my neighbourhood, giving you experienced representation and accountability on local issues. We desperately need a set of traffic lights at the intersection of Harewood/Gardiners/Breens to make this dangerous intersection safe for all our community.
We need to clean up our waterways. A number of creeks, rivers and springs flow through our ward and we house the city's #1 well head which is currently compromised and needs attention. We need to rein in council spending and keep rate rises locked to the rate of inflation.
I live in Harewood, I'm married with three children, I run a small business, I've been on Community Board for nine years and now I wish to be the first Councillor for Harewood. Please feel free to contact me anytime Aaron 021822766


 

Harewood Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Aaron CAMPBELLAaron CAMPBELL 

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Harewood Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board area.
Our local community should have more say in its future. There needs be confidence that the people elected to represent Christchurch have the best interest of Christchurch at heart and the communities they represent.
Balancing the needs of social equity and economic development is required so the future can be better for everyone. We can be inclusive of the new and remember our past collectively. I come from a hardworking family that instilled good values including integrity and honesty as guides for life.
I have been a small business owner locally for ten years in hospitality and currently the photographic industry and am active in charitable fundraising locally and overseas where I lived for nine years in England and Japan. I volunteer with Business Mentors New Zealand helping resolve issues facing small business owners.
I want to represent everyone within the Harewood Ward on the community board


Linda CHENLinda CHEN

Independent Citizens

My principal place of residence is in the Harewood Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board area.
Raised in Christchurch and having attended two primary schools in the Harewood area, my interests are in the future developments and upgrading the living standards of all the residents in our community.
Harewood has so much to offer and the fantastic people in this community deserve the best. This means having safer roads with more traffic lights, better facilities for people of all ages and a cleaner environment not only for our current residents but also for our future generation.
As a financial adviser, I am very people-focused and am passionate about listening and finding the right solutions for families and businesses in our community. I also strongly feel that our residents need to be well informed on the use of the council's budget to make sure the funds are allocated appropriately.
As your fellow resident in the Harewood area, I will make sure your voices are heard.


Aaron KEOWNAaron KEOWN

True Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Harewood Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board area. I am also standing for Council for Harewood Ward and Canterbury District Health Board.
I am standing for the position of Harewood Community Board in the neighbourhood where I live. We have new boundaries this year and the community boards will have a new make up. I have been representing a large portion of our ward for the past nine years and I look forward to getting more results for our local community organisations, clubs and groups.
I live in this ward and know all our local issues well, I run my business here and my children go to school here. We have a fantastic community in Harewood and I look forward to making it even greater by working to get the best support from council into our local community facilities, parks and streets. Road safety, community safety and looking after the environment are all key parts of being a Community Board member for me.
Any questions please contact me anytime Aaron 021822766

Candidates for Heathcote Ward and the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Heathcote Ward).


Heathcote Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor

Malcolm George DAVISMalcolm George DAVIS

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Heathcote Ward area.
Occupation. Self-Employed. Civil Engineer. Licensed Building Practitioner (LBP).
Age. 64 Years.
Marital Status. Married.
Work Experience. 5 years Local Authority Employment. 40 Years Private Construction Experience.
Applicants Focus. Council Performance.


Paul LONSDALEPaul LONSDALE

Independent

My principal place of residence is not in the Heathcote Ward area.
I have served three years as Councillor for the Hagley Ferrymead ward, which is arguably one of the most affected in the city. We have been busy with a lot of planning and decision-making around building resilience for the future and working closely with the affected communities on how we achieve that.
Throughout this term I have always been accessible even during times of heavy workload. This has enabled me to develop an intimate knowledge and understanding of all the local issues. I came into council knowing that this term would not be easy but I wanted to be a part of working with the community to develop a new future for our city. We have come a long way from when we took office three years ago. I believe consistency will be essential in the coming term if we are to continue on the solid path we have created.


Sara TEMPLETONSara TEMPLETON

Strong Communities for a Stronger Christchurch

My principal place of residence is in the Heathcote Ward area.
As Chair of the Hagley-Ferrymead Community Board for the last three years I've been active, accessible and approachable in the many communities we've represented. I've worked to enable greater community engagement in council processes and in the rebuild of our local facilities.
Amongst other projects I also chaired the Victoria Square Community Reference Group, as we oversaw CERA's consultation process, ensuring the city's desire for a restored Square was upheld. Residents need to have a greater say in the rest of the central city.
Christchurch needs strong communities to become a stronger, more resilient city. We need local facilities and businesses, safe and sustainable transport options and a healthy natural environment.
Our city needs councillors who live in and are connected to their wards, are experienced leaders, good listeners and believe in public service. I am one of those people and need your vote to do this work.
www.facebook.com/saratempletonchch


 

Heathcote Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Darrell LATHAMDarrell LATHAM

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Heathcote Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
I have the experience and knowledge to effectively represent residents.
As a Sumner Community Residents Association member I have written submissions relating to the coastal pathway, reserves, fencing, footpaths and, other geotechnical works. Sumner Redcliffs Associations collaborated on many submissions.
I prepared the 2016 Residents Association's annual plan and briefed the Mayor and City Councillors regarding our concerns. As a committee member of Christchurch Coastal Residents United we achieved a successful review of the CCC Coastal Hazards Policy.
I have written Press articles supporting the retention of Redcliffs School and articles challenging CCC planning and lack of consultation. I will advocate for the community.
My background is as a primary and special education teacher, Education Centre Director and, University Senior Lecturer.
Genuine partnerships create strong, effective and resilient communities. Therefore, I support more CCC decision-making being devolved to the local community board level.
I will represent Heathcote residents with enthusiasm.


Tim LINDLEYTim LINDLEY

For Communities You’ll Love To Live In

My principal place of residence is in the Heathcote Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
I have a doctorate in science and am a business development professional with a passion for the environment, healthy cities, and effective democracy. As chair of the Coastal Pathway project for three years I led the creation of a safe route along the estuary for people of all abilities to get fit, enjoy nature and travel safely. I will bring this experience in working collaboratively and effectively with Community Board, Councillors and council staff to the table as an elected community board member.
On the community board I will work to ensure that the community board is effective at turning needs, hopes and ideas from our community into actions that lead to results. I will seek to help Heathcote have a cleaner, healthier, urban environment, especially the waterways and estuary. I will support safe active urban transport, easing congestion on our roads, and support appropriate business development opportunities.
www.facebook.com/timlindleychch/


Rosemary NEAVERosemary NEAVE 

The People’s Choice - Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Heathcote Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
I am a passionate community person, active in promoting connections in the community and to giving a voice to community aspirations.
Since moving to Christchurch I have become secretary of Sustainable Otautahi Christchurch and treasurer of The Viva Project with its focus on building sustainable urban villages. My last community was the village of Waipu in Northland where I set up a community website. As Treasurer of the business and promotions group I set up a new winter festival focusing on its unique Scottish Heritage. I chaired the local resident and ratepayers group. With both, we developed a strong working relationship with local council.
I have a background in tourism - I built and ran a lodge in Northland, and was a member of the Northland Tourism Development Group, and a trustee of the Whangarei Tourism Trust.
I look forward to bringing my passion and skills to the Community Board.


Una O'GRADYUna O'GRADY

The People’s Choice

My principal place of residence is not in the Heathcote Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
I am a single parent of two and have lived in Christchurch since 1995.
I work as a kindergarten Teacher Aide and for IHC as a support worker with special-needs children and adults. I have a long record of involvement with the Beckenham Neighbourhood Association and standing for Heathcote Community Board member is a natural extension of this community work.
I advocate an improvement in road safety for all pedestrians: children, the elderly, the disabled, and cyclists. I support and work towards zero tolerance of domestic violence.
As a Spreydon-Heathcote resident I appreciate the value of a Community Board that listens. I will ensure that the new Board is equally open and responsive to its electorate. I want to represent people's concerns and be there for the community. I am proud to be part of The People's Choice, with its record of service to the people of Christchurch.


Craig TODDCraig TODD

My principal place of residence is in the Heathcote Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
Having lived all my 55 years in the Heathcote Ward, I feel that the time is right for me to seek to be your representative on the community board. I believe I have the passion and experience to make a valuable contribution to the well-being and benefit of our community. I am currently working with my partner Alison selling real estate, having spent several years in the building trade which has given me that practical experience which I feel will assist me when it comes to making decisions around the committee table. I have also been Chairperson of the Sumner Surf Lifesaving Club for the past 15 years which has been very rewarding and especially now with its new facilities.

Candidates for Hornby Ward and the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Hornby Ward).


Hornby Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor

Tane APANUITane APANUI

My principal place of residence is not in the Hornby Ward area.
From labourer to machine operator to qualified commercial pilot. I'm a proud Cantabrian who has bled building this city labouring and bled wearing red and black on the sports field too. The next generation should look back with gratitude for the one before.
Our city needs a vision, so the next generation can easily build upon the foundations we set, instead of finding solutions for the problems we leave.
Christchurch roads are congested. Stresses on the current infrastructure and more importantly the people is evident. A balanced solution of implementing new technologies and bringing back modes of the past on existing infrastructure is required.
Commuter rail is a viable option to reduce congestion in the city.
I am 100% committed to resolving these issues.
I will be the voice for the people. Because I've walked the same path.
Tane 'Tee' Apanui


Jimmy CHENJimmy CHEN

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Hornby Ward area.
I hold Master of Commerce and Bachelor of Science degrees. I'm an experienced Councillor, who's passionate about getting things done. I want to put people at the heart of Christchurch regeneration.
As your Councillor, I've worked successfully on projects across the ward: Te Hāpua-Halswell Centre, Hei Hei Community Centre, Hornby Temporary Service Centre, Wharenui Sports Centre, and the Wigram-Magdala Link. I have secured funding for the new Hornby Library & Service Centre and the South-West Leisure Centre.
As chair of the Council's Multicultural Working Party, I lead development of the Multicultural Strategy. This is the result of 25 years of advocacy by the community, and I'm proud that I was able to make it happen. I've worked with our sister cities like Shenzhen and Wuhan to build education, tourism and economic ties.
Please vote Jimmy and The People's Choice team, and give me another three years to serve you.


Sara HARNETT KIKSTRASara HARNETT KIKSTRA

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Hornby Ward area. I am also standing for Hornby Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board.
I have lived in the Hornby Ward for 26 years. We have a farming business where we grow and export produce. The family is very involved with sport and outdoor activities.
While Hornby has not received the same damage from the earthquakes as other parts of the city, there are flow on effects in terms of planning, population shift and use of resources. I am the Chairperson for the Yaldhurst Rural Residents. As such I have experience with the various council and legal forums. While those activities sound rather dry that is the framework that shapes the environment we live in and our quality of life.
We submitted on the resource consent by the Canterbury Aggregate Group. This application has the potential to contaminate Christchurch's groundwater and is relevant to everyone in the Christchurch area. 
If elected I will advocate for sustainability, the environment and communication with the community.


Manjit SINGHManjit SINGH 

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Hornby Ward area. I am also standing for Hornby Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board.
I love our city and am passionate about its future. It has been a privilege to be a part of the Hornby community. I am a University of Canterbury graduate and experienced kindergarten teacher. I have been teaching for over ten years. I am a committed and passionate teacher who enjoys working alongside families, children and the community. My honesty and positive work ethics are my biggest assets. I have travelled to many countries and my time in other countries has given me the appreciation of different cultures. These experiences have taught me the importance of community engagement, cultural diversity. I promise and ensure my community is represented by a person with integrity and passion for the role. I promise you full transparency and total commitment. I would appreciate the opportunity to represent and serve my community.


 

Hornby Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Natalie BRYDENNatalie BRYDEN 

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Hornby Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
Yesterday is history, tomorrow is our future.
I have spent my life in and around Hornby, raising my children and working for our community. I attended local schools and my children have, too. I am standing again because I want to ensure our community's voice is heard, and that they have someone who will fight for them. I work as a nurse aid, have been on boards of trustees for local schools and a leader with Hornby Community Patrol.
Let's work together and get Christchurch back to the amazing garden city it once was.
All houses should be dry and warm, let's work to make this happen.
A brighter future can only be achieved by hard work, good communication and transparency from everyone in our community.
A vote for me is a vote for a local voice.


Claire EXTON Claire EXTON 

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Hornby Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
Hi, Claire Exton here. I have lived in this area all my life and like most of you, very concerned about Traffic in and around Hornby, and it is getting much worse! We need to explore options to counter act this to make traffic flow better. Sporting facilities are another concern, for the young people and also the older generations to encourage exercise and socialising with others. Your Community Board is your voice to Council for you to express your issues and concerns and meetings are open to you to attend. I am just an average person living in the same Community as you, that has the same concerns as many of you do. I would love to be your voice, make things happen to benefit us all. Voting is a right for us all so let's make a difference! Bring Community back to Hornby!!


Sara HARNETT KIKSTRASara HARNETT KIKSTRA

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Hornby Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area. I am also standing for Council for Hornby Ward.
I have lived in the Hornby Ward for 26 years. We have a farming business where we grow and export produce. The family is very involved with sport and outdoor activities.
While Hornby has not received the same damage from the earthquakes as other parts of the city, there are flow on effects in terms of planning, population shift and use of resources. I am the Chairperson for the Yaldhurst Rural Residents. As such I have experience with the various council and legal forums.
While those activities sound rather dry that is the framework that shapes the environment we live in and our quality of life. We submitted on the resource consent by the Canterbury Aggregate Group. This application has the potential to contaminate Christchurch's groundwater and is relevant to everyone in the Christchurch area.
If elected I will advocate for sustainability, the environment and communication with the community.


Mike MORAMike MORA

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Hornby Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
I have served this Ward for 24 years and feel I have ample experience and knowledge to continue this at a high level.
I am a family man. I have lived and worked in this ward for 45 years gaining an in-depth knowledge of the issues that affect our community. I enjoy working on solutions to issues: Templeton Community Centre, Blenheim Road deviation, Southern Motorway are some success stories to date. I have served 12 years as Community Board Chair and chair the Board at present.
If re-elected I will continue to represent you, the residents and ratepayers to make sure you have the quality of life you expect as a resident of Christchurch, living in Hornby.
We have retail, commercial and industrial interests that need to be considered along with our rural and new and older residential communities.
Vote the People's Choice for a voice for Hornby.


Manjit SINGHManjit SINGH 

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Hornby Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area. I am also standing for Council for Hornby Ward.
I love our city and am passionate about its future. It has been a privilege to be a part of the Hornby community. I am a University of Canterbury graduate and experienced kindergarten teacher. I have been teaching for over ten years. I am a committed and passionate teacher who enjoys working alongside families, children and the community. My honesty and positive work ethics are my biggest assets. I have travelled to many countries and my time in other countries has given me the appreciation of different cultures. These experiences have taught me the importance of community engagement, cultural diversity. I promise and ensure my community is represented by a person with integrity and passion for the role. I promise you full transparency and total commitment. I would appreciate the opportunity to represent and serve my community.

Candidates for Innes ward and the Papanui-Innes Community Board (Innes Ward).


Innes Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor

Pauline COTTERPauline COTTER

The People’s Choice

My principal place of residence is in the Innes Ward area.
Having served 3 years as a City Councillor I am seeking re-election to the Innes ward, where I have lived for the past 29 years.
It's crucial to work collaboratively with our communities. Our Council succeeded in restoring healthy relationships with the Crown, Ngāi Tahu, ECan and CDHB. We have adopted an enabling attitude reflected in, among many other examples, the long-awaited decision to allow the Edgeware Pool Group to fund and build their outdoor Community Pool.
The People's Choice have successfully fought to retain our City's assets, while still providing for the repair and rebuild, keeping rates increases low.
I am passionate about safeguarding our pure water, looking for opportunities to enhance our water quality within our Land Drainage Recovery Programme. Water takes must be monitored, enforcements applied and consents more realistic.
I will continue to represent you with compassion, logic, diligence and financial prudence. RMA Commissioner


Mel RODRICKSMel RODRICKS 

My principal place of residence is in the Innes Ward area.
Hi, I'm Mel (Melwyn Rodricks). I'm 55 years of growth, Kiwi by Nationality. I'm married, with kids in high school. I'm born and bred in Mumbai, and at 29 yrs, I moved to Dubai. I worked for SONY for 9 yrs and travelled throughout the Middle East, Africa, Europe, the C.I.S. (Formerly the U.S.S.R.) and the Far East. I came to Christchurch in 2003. I've worked with the Salvation Army for 6 years, worked with autistic spectrum adults for 4 yrs and somewhere along the line I qualified as a Counsellor and Neuro Linguistic Programing (NLP) practitioner. I've counselled thousands of Christchurch residents, suffering after Feb 2011.
I'm sick of the roads (literally) that we Christchurch survivors are travelling on, and the homes we come back to. I've decided, enough is enough. I am following my philosophy/policy of Acceptance, Understanding, Action. I have decided, to act.
The Councillor's Counsellor.


 

Innes Ward of the Papanui-Innes Community Board

Electing 2 Members

THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Jo BYRNE and Ali JONES are elected unopposed.

Candidates for Linwood Ward and the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Linwood Ward).


Linwood Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor

Alexandra DAVIDSAlexandra DAVIDS

Time for Change

My principal place of residence is in the Linwood Ward area. I am also standing for Linwood Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board.
I am young and dynamic, with the enthusiasm and energy needed to raise the profile of my community which has been my passion since being elected. I have spent the last three years focussing my energies on serving as the Chair of Keep Christchurch Beautiful, the Deputy Chair of The Estuary Association, Elected member of the National Young Elected Members Board and newly appointed member of the Board of Trustees for The Graeme Dingle Foundation.
I am also Deputy Chair of the Community Board. These experiences have given me the opportunity to continue to develop invaluable leadership skills, community knowledge and negotiation skills that need to be around the council table to make positive progress for the entire community regeneration. I grew up in the Linwood Ward area and am committed to giving all residents the strong, positive representation they deserve.


Yani JOHANSONYani JOHANSON

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Linwood Ward area.
I'm an experienced city councillor who is dedicated to standing up for social justice, environmental sustainability, and accountability. I'm committed to: keeping public assets in public ownership; a new aquatic/recreation facility in the Linwood/Woolston area; rebuilding the local libraries; enhancing the water quality and amenity of the Estuary, Avon and Heathcote rivers; addressing flooding issues in the east; city planning that involves citizens and communities; improved cleaning of streets and parks; a living wage for council employees and contractors; standing up for the Government to contribute its fair share of the rebuild costs; fixing the broken suburbs and streets instead of gold-plating the central city. I'm opposed to: intensification of housing in Linwood; excessive CEO salary increases; councillors double dipping with director's fees.
I seek your vote to support a Council that is democratic, transparent and puts the community and local people at the heart of its decision-making.


Scott TOOMEYScott TOOMEY

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Linwood Ward area.
I am a 38 year old former truck driver and team leader/supervisor. My years of experience in the civil industry gave me a unique perspective into the current flaws of the infrastructure rebuild. I plan to use all the influence I can bring to bear to correct the flaws and drive out the inefficiencies that currently plague the rebuild and slow it down considerably.
I believe that being more accessible to the public is the key to being a good councillor and therefore I plan to spend regular time in the local service centre and the community so that people can drop by to give me their feedback and have their say on what they would like to see happen or change.


 

Linwood Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Alexandra DAVIDSAlexandra DAVIDS

Time for Change

My principal place of residence is in the Linwood Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area. I am also standing for Council for Linwood Ward.
I am young and dynamic, with the enthusiasm and energy needed to raise the profile of my community which has been my passion since being elected. I have spent the last three years focussing my energies on serving as the Chair of Keep Christchurch Beautiful, the Deputy Chair of The Estuary Association, Elected member of the National Young Elected Members Board and newly appointed member of the Board of Trustees for The Graeme Dingle Foundation.
I am also Deputy Chair of the Community Board. These experiences have given me the opportunity to continue to develop invaluable leadership skills, community knowledge and negotiation skills that need to be around the council table to make positive progress for the entire community regeneration. I grew up in the Linwood Ward area and am committed to giving all residents the strong, positive representation they deserve.


Brenda LOWE-JOHNSONBrenda LOWE-JOHNSON

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Linwood Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
Linwood is where my heart lies and in representing the Hagley-Ferrymead ward for the past twelve years my focus has been on the people. I want to continue representing my people, I want to be the voice of the vulnerable and the elderly. My two promises to you are that I will advocate tirelessly on behalf of the community against vested interests, and secondly I will push hard to make sure that the money budgeted for the Linwood/Woolston pool will be spent. We need public investment in the area and an aquatic facility would be a great boost for all in the community. For this to be ensured we need democratically elected members with a knowledge of the interior Council to fight until the sod is turned and the contracts are awarded. Vote Brenda Lowe-Johnson for honest principled politics.


Jackie SIMONSJackie SIMONS

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Linwood Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area.
I have lived in the Woolston/Linwood area most of my life. Working in healthcare, I increasingly see a community divided and dysfunctional because of rising poverty and inequality. It doesn't need to be like this and we can fix it, because ultimately we deserve a better future for ourselves and our families.
If elected I would like to bring hope back to my people and encourage resources that inspire people to become more involved and gain a better sense of self-worth and regard for their surroundings. To do this, I believe you need to be able to empathise, not sympathise, and have walked the walk, not read the book.
I have faced many of the challenges and barriers that people are facing today and I believe I have the abilities to help break down these barriers and improve the day to day lives of our citizens.


Jack SINGHJack SINGH

My principal place of residence is in the Linwood Ward of the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board area. I am also standing for Canterbury District Health Board.
My name is Jack Singh, a New Zealand citizen, the current President of Christchurch-Fiji Association, Justice of Peace for NZ and voluntary social worker also serving, Woolston and Bromley Community Centre as committee members.
I also have an office at 29 St John Street, Linwood to serve the community.
I am a graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Public Administration, Education and Social Science. I have served as a President of Fiji Headteachers' Association and training Co-ordinator of American Peace Corps in the South Pacific and was a foundation member, Secretary and treasurer of the Fiji Teachers Co Operative Society which now runs in million dollars.
I am honest, dedicated worker and have time to serve the community. My vision is to bring different ethnic groups together in understanding the Kiwi Culture thus earning respect for each other with respect to happy living

Candidates for the Papanui Ward and Papanui-Innes Community Board.

Papanui Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor 

Mike DAVIDSONMike DAVIDSON 

The Right Choice for Papanui & Christchurch

My principal place of residence is not in the Papanui Ward area.
It is important that you elect a Councillor who will effectively and passionately advocate for your community while at the same time make the right decisions for our city as a whole. I am that person. I am a family man, a manager, a people leader and a decision maker. I have the skills, experience and commitment to be your councillor. I have a track record of standing up for the interests of the community and have been a highly effective and respected Chairperson of the Shirley - Papanui Community Board for the past three years. As your councillor, I will focus on providing the core services of Council while prioritising spending to where it is most needed. Your support will ensure that I can continue to represent the interests of our Community and help ensure the City continues to have stable, progressive and responsible leadership. Vote Mike Davidson.


John STRINGERJohn STRINGER

Papanui First

My principal place of residence is in the Papanui Ward area. I am also standing for Papanui Ward of the Papanui-Innes Community Board.
Christchurch City Ambassador and local businessman John Stringer was raised in Papanui where he raised three sons. He is married and attends St Pauls Anglican Harewood and Northcity church; and attended Elmwood, Heaton and Chch Boys High schools (where he was valedictory speaker in its centennial year) sending his kids to Paparoa St, Heaton, St Bedes and Burnside High schools. He has an MA from Victoria and worked in parliament for many years. He operates a local security company as well as a local food business; is involved in the High Court; has coached local Christchurch kids' rugby; and is involved in the Canterbury arts scene.
I want to bring some objectivity and balance to Council; we have few business people on the current Council team. We have some good people there now; but things are tough and fresh ideas and new faces around the table will benefit Christchurch.


 

Papanui Ward of the Papanui-Innes Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Simon BRITTENSimon BRITTEN

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Papanui Ward of the Papanui-Innes Community Board area.
I live in Redwood with my wife Andrea and three children. Since 2011 I have worked at Te Ora Hou Ōtautahi, a youth and community development organisation with a long history in Papanui. I manage our school attendance service, supporting children, whānau/families, and schools. Previously I worked for Tait Communications in marketing management, and have volunteered with the Papanui Youth Development Trust. I have served on boards including the Papanui Baptist Freedom Trust, Pillars, and the Casebrook Intermediate School Board of Trustees (two years as chair). I am a previous Vodafone Foundation World of Difference recipient, working on a transitional youth employment project. I have completed a Canterbury University course for leaders in the community sector, and participated in Shirley-Papanui community leadership forums. I value a connected community that cares for all of its members, and am passionate about making a contribution through our Papanui-Innes Community Board.


Nathan MCCLUSKEYNathan MCCLUSKEY

The People’s Choice

My principal place of residence is in the Papanui Ward of the Papanui-Innes Community Board area.
Hi, I'm Nathan McCluskey and for those of you who don't already know me, I'm standing for The People's Choice for the Papanui Community Board.
I am Christchurch born and bred and I bleed red and black.
Having grown up and gone to school in the Papanui Ward area, I'm strongly dedicated to its future just as I am committed to its past. I currently work as a union convener and I'm concerned about the future of our city as a place to both live and work. As the father of six boys, I'm passionate about the kind of future I want for all of us, but especially for those who will follow. I'm concerned that the legacy of local government without a strong presence of The People's Choice will result in irrevocable asset sales, backroom deals and unsustainable and unneccesary spending. Your voice will be heard by voting McCluskey.


Emma NORRISHEmma NORRISH

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Papanui Ward of the Papanui-Innes Community Board area.
Having completed one term on the Shirley/Papanui Community Board, I am fully committed to continuing as a strong, independent advocate for you. I understand that the key to being a successful elected representative is keeping in touch with and communicating openly and honestly with you.
Growing up in St Albans and now raising a young family in Redwood gives me passion to see the best brought out in our community. My priorities include traffic congestion issues, pedestrian and cycle safety especially around schools, providing suitable community facilities, and increasing community engagement throughout planning and decision-making.
My involvement in local sporting, music and family-related groups, as well as being Deputy Chair of Keep Christchurch Beautiful gives me an insight into our community's potential. This reinforces my desire to continue putting my skills to work to ensure our Papanui ward is a safe and inspiring place to live, work and raise families.


George PATENA 

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Papanui Ward of the Papanui-Innes Community Board area.
Mai te Iwi, Mote Iwi - From the People for the People
My priority will always be local people and community most affected in decision-making processes. I will vote for a fiscally responsible Community board, support efforts for new innovative community lead projects and not compromise our natural environment, local culture and unique community.
I have a history of community service, youthful energy and practical approach to all that I do.
He aha te mea nui o te ao
What is the most important thing in the world?
He tangata, he tangata, he tangata
It is the people, it is the people, it is the people.


John STRINGER John STRINGER 

Papanui First

My principal place of residence is in the Papanui Ward of the Papanui-Innes Community Board area. I am also standing for Council for Papanui Ward.
Christchurch City Ambassador and local businessman John Stringer was raised in Papanui where he raised three sons. He is married and attends St Pauls Anglican Harewood and Northcity church; and attended Elmwood, Heaton and Chch Boys High schools (where he was valedictory speaker in its centennial year) sending his kids to Paparoa St, Heaton, St Bedes and Burnside High schools. He has an MA from Victoria and worked in parliament for many years. He operates a local security company as well as a local food business; is involved in the High Court; has coached local Christchurch kids' rugby; and is involved in the Canterbury arts scene.
I want to bring some objectivity and balance to Council; we have few business people on the current Council team. We have some good people there now; but things are tough and fresh ideas and new faces around the table will benefit Christchurch.

Candidates for Riccarton Ward and the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board.


Riccarton Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor

THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Vicki BUCK is elected unopposed.


 

Riccarton Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Clive Waliyaparambil ANTONYClive Waliyaparambil ANTONY

Your Fresh Voice for Riccarton

My principal place of residence is in the Riccarton Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
My family moved here from India before I was born and truly felt like Kiwis by becoming involved in our community. My foundation of community work and passion lies with the performing arts. I'm the out-going President of MUSOC (University of Canterbury Musical Theatre Society) and have seen our organisation grow into a community theatre extending beyond the campus population. I think the arts plays a critical role in helping to shape a communities culture. I'm 24 years old and have finished a Bachelor of Arts and now doing my Masters in Business Management. I'm also a co-founder of an ethical street-wear clothing label called Mallu.
I believe I can best represent all ages in the Riccarton Ward. I'm a fresh voice, have huge energy and drive that I will direct towards our community. I think I'll be a great conduit between students, young professionals and the wider community.


Helen BROUGHTONHelen BROUGHTON

Independent Citizens

My principal place of residence is in the Riccarton Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
Your Strong, Experienced Advocate with real commitment to this community, where I have lived over 30 years, raising two children.
As Deputy Chair of your current Community Board and former City Councillor, I have the planning knowledge and experience to advocate effectively for our diverse community, facing increased pressures from the new City Plan.
I am committed to protecting our residential environment and giving residents a real voice on local decisions. In this term I have stopped apartment zoning in north Riccarton, promoted parking restrictions in residential streets, retained Council services for the new Riccarton Community Centre and developed the university to city cycleway.
I work to protect our heritage: former Trustee of Riccarton House and Canterbury Museum. I hold a MA (Hons) from Canterbury, former human resource manager, trained teacher and counsellor.
I will continue to stand up for you and deliver results.
Accessible on 0276404935 or helen@broughton.co.nz


Ross CARTER-BROWNRoss CARTER-BROWN

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Riccarton Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
Yes, just like you I want a positive future for our city. This is our community and we want a strong Community Board that is hardworking, transparent, and accountable. I am proud to have the opportunity to serve the Riccarton Ward.
I grew up in Riccarton and attended local schools. Previously, I worked in customer service and hospitality both here and overseas. I moved back to Christchurch 6 years ago to study and start a family. I have a Bachelor of Science degree from Lincoln University, where I am also on track to complete a Master of Science (Ecology) degree early next year. I also run a successful local window cleaning business.
My mission is to give the people of Riccarton a voice, working towards better traffic, parking, and urban development outcomes. I also want to support community lead initiatives.


Luke CHANDLERLuke CHANDLER 

Best for Riccarton

My principal place of residence is in the Riccarton Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
At 24, Luke Chandler has already been involved in a myriad of community projects, many through Rebuild Christchurch. This has helped instill in him a passion for youth involvement in local politics. Luke previously stood in 2013 receiving over 4000 votes.
As an aspiring community leader, Luke is guided by a set of principles which have enabled him to understand and accurately represent the needs of the Riccarton community. Luke will campaign on this back-to-basics philosophy of simple but effective values: LISTEN: Listening to our community's wants and needs; DIRECT: Let's be straight up and have the decisions we make transparent; INVOLVEMENT: We need to involve the people that want to make our city a better place to live, work and play.
Luke is a resourceful and hardworking member of the community who offers a refreshing perspective, capable of rejuvenating the community voice and guiding the everchanging Riccarton Community.


Catherine CHUCatherine CHU

Independent Citizens

My principal place of residence is in the Riccarton Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
It's time for a new face and a new perspective for Riccarton. I was born in Christchurch, raised in Riccarton and am currently a Business Banking Manager. Being brought up in Riccarton has helped me understand what needs to be implemented for our community. Being able to speak fluent Korean and English, and with a study background in Chinese and Japanese, I have a broad understanding of various cultures and believe I can unite our different ethnic groups. There have been many changes in Riccarton since the earthquake. The influx of population has caused traffic congestions and parking problems. The issue of increase in crime rates and the safety of our residents needs to be addressed. My focus is on investing in the right areas where it matters and ensure that every dollar makes a difference to our community. Your voices and opinions are what matters to me most.


Robert WATSONRobert WATSON

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Riccarton Ward of the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board area.
As a Community Board member for Riccarton, I will work to ensure the board always takes into account the interests of local communities. I'll work with the community to resolve issues in our ward like traffic congestion on Riccarton Road and Deans Avenue, and problems with late night vandalism around the University and on Riccarton Road.
I have worked in the education field for 28 years, mainly concerned with administration and enrolments. I have learned skills of collaboration, listening and being open to many opinions.
I am standing with The People's Choice team of candidates because I support our policy platform of not selling strategic assets, provision of social housing that is affordable, warm and dry, and pushing for the living wage for all Council employees and staff of Council controlled organisations.
I support a vision of a Christchurch that is kind to its environment and supportive of its citizens.

Candidates for Spreydon Ward and the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Spreydon Ward).


Spreydon Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor

Phil CLEARWATERPhil CLEARWATER

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is not in the Spreydon Ward area.
I am passionate about getting things done and putting people at the heart of Christchurch's rebuild and regeneration. As a current City Councillor and Chair of the Infrastructure, Transport and Environment Committee I have listened to and worked for the community.
On Council, I led the planning and decision-making for Christchurch's Major Cycleways. I led the transition for the Joint Christchurch Public Transport Committee tasked with improving our Public Transport services. I have supported Council's affordable and social housing projects with the goal of everyone living in a warm, safe home.
I will continue to protect our pure drinking water and support restoration of the Heathcote River. I'll make Christchurch safer and support a limit on suburban liquor outlets. And I'll demand financial responsibility from Council, including keeping our strategic assets and open decision making.
I bring to Council integrity, experience, and leadership essential to regenerate a stronger Christchurch.


Patricia SIATAGAPatricia SIATAGA

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Spreydon Ward area. I am also standing for Spreydon Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board.
Raised and nurtured in Spreydon by the communities of West Spreydon School, South Intermediate and Hagley High School. I've had a career of service in education, social services, community and economic development. I still live in the Barrington neighbourhood where my family thrived and best friends and memories were made. Leading through service is a deeply engrained philosophy of my Pacific and Christian upbringing and I'm ready to serve the community that has given so much to me. My three main focus areas are:
Pacific - Enhancing connections and activity between Pacific and mainstream initiatives.
Youth - Empowering youth to achieve their true potential.
Education - Ensuring that our educational and community activities align with the aspirations of our young people.
I will listen and encourage community engagement to ensure well informed decision making to ensure the most positive impactful outcomes are achieved.
Contact me on: 0274455244, Facebook.com/patriciasiataga, psiataga@clear.net.nz Or www.patriciasiataga.com


 

Spreydon Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board

Electing 2 Members

Melanie COKERMelanie COKER

The People’s Choice - Labour

My principal place of residence is in the Spreydon Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board area.
I am the current Deputy Chair of the Spreydon-Heathcote Community Board. Over my last term I assisted residents in the formation of the Hoon Hay Community Association. We gathered the community together to retain the Council's former Children's Voluntary Library as the recently opened Hoon Hay Community Centre. I believe diversity and participation are essential for local democracy, particularly youth involvement. Therefore, I encouraged and supported local youth to form the Spreydon-Heathcote Youth Community Board, the first of its kind in Christchurch.
I have a PhD in biochemistry, and business experience as the director of my own education company AHeadStart Ltd. I am dedicated, organised and hard-working. My top priorities are community facilities, solutions for traffic issues and keeping our council owned assets (especially water supply, airport, and electricity network) in community ownership.
Your vote will enable me to continue to support and advocate for our community.


Tubby HANSENTubby HANSEN

The Busbug Bus Users Group

My principal place of residence is in the Spreydon Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board area. I am also standing for Christchurch City Mayor and Canterbury District Health Board.
No Statement Provided.

 

 


Karolin POTTERKarolin POTTER 

The People’s Choice

My principal place of residence is in the Spreydon Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board area.
As Community Board chair and member I have worked for a society inclusive of old and young, new and born Kiwis and equality of opportunity for the rich and poor.
I have moved resolutions that have addressed access for the disabled, opposition to gambling, loneliness in older people, a sports gear programme for children, a seminar for women leaders, local heritage, ANZAC Day and more.
I am or have been on the boards of many community organisations including Tenants Protection and Community Law and am, or have been, active on many residents', kindergarten, school, after-school, housing, children, traffic, worker and peace issues.
I want the council to work with and for citizens, clean clear water, employment that lasts, housing for those in need, public transport that is economical and available, and access to facilities for children, older people and the disabled.


Patricia SIATAGAPatricia SIATAGA

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Spreydon Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board area. I am also standing for Council for Spreydon Ward.
Raised and nurtured in Spreydon by the communities of West Spreydon School, South Intermediate and Hagley High School. I've had a career of service in education, social services, community and economic development.
I still live in the Barrington neighbourhood where my family thrived and best friends and memories were made. Leading through service is a deeply engrained philosophy of my Pacific and Christian upbringing and I'm ready to serve the community that has given so much to me.
My three main focus areas are
Pacific - Enhancing connections and activity between Pacific and mainstream initiatives.
Youth - Empowering youth to achieve their true potential.
Education - Ensuring that our educational and community activities align with the aspirations of our young people.
I will listen and encourage community engagement to ensure well informed decision making to ensure the most positive impactful outcomes are achieved.
Contact me on: 0274455244, Facebook.com/patriciasiataga, psiataga@clear.net.nz Or www.patriciasiataga.com


Catherine WHITECatherine WHITE 

Community Voice

My principal place of residence is in the Spreydon Ward of the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board area.
One of my interests is Addington where I live, a historic suburb which should not be divided by changes in Ward boundaries.
I am also interested in social justice and am concerned about the problems of homelessness and poverty. People begging on the streets of Addington and sometimes at Barrington Mall make these problems real and visible. This level of injustice is unacceptable.
I have a law degree and have tutored law papers briefly at Massey. I have had a variety of part time jobs while mainly being a mother and a member of the Catholic worker group in Addington for about 12 years. Prior to this I worked for the Housing Corporation (Residential Tenancies Section), Forest Service and Lands and Survey Department.
Spreydon and Addington communities need a strong voice.

Candidates for the Waimairi Ward and Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Waimairi Ward).


Waimairi Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor

MANJI, Raf

Raf MANJI

Independent

My principal place of residence is not in the Waimairi Ward area.
As Chair of Strategy and Finance, I have helped guide the Council through a difficult time. Our complex financial situation has been clarified and stabilised. We have settled the largest insurance claim in NZ history and have created new legislation and entities to support locally driven urban regeneration. There are still many challenges ahead: trying to keep a lid on and reduce rates increases, finishing the repairs to our roads and footpaths, restoring our community infrastructure and facilities, and devolving more decision making to the local level. There is also an amazing opportunity to restore the residential redzone in an ecologically sustainable manner and make it a long-term asset for the city. Locally, we will continue to address planning, traffic and parking issues. I'm asking for your continued support to build on the work of the last three years and finish the job. Thank you.


RIMELL, Anthony

Anthony RIMELL

The People’s Choice

My principal place of residence is not in the Waimairi Ward area.
I am passionate about empowering local communities to make decisions for their future. From my role as a Baptist Pastor, I bring a vision to see our City Council work together for the interests of all the people of Christchurch.
I believe our city's future financial and social security is best protected by keeping our key income-generating assets in Council ownership, and by ensuring quality, affordable housing is available for all our people.
Together, we can protect and enhance our waterways and parks. I aim to promote a vibrant and eco-friendly city: one that residents and visitors alike can enjoy.
I believe we need a unified traffic management plan; that values public transport and promotes cycleways, while ensuring we have quality infrastructure to move traffic easily around our city.
Your vote will enable me to advocate effectively for the needs of residents in the Waimairi ward.


 

Waimairi Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board

Electing 2 Members

HENRY, Stewart

Stewart HENRY

The People’s Choice

My principal place of residence is not in the Waimairi Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board area.
I have lived and worked in Christchurch since 2006 when I migrated to New Zealand from England, with my wife Kate and three children. My values include integrity, honesty, hard work and inclusivity.
I have degrees in teaching and construction. I have 30 years experience managing multi-million dollar construction projects and many years experience as a senior contracts manager. Through these experiences I have acquired excellent technical, problem solving and people management skills.
I am passionate about effective, transparent, responsive local government. I will work hard to find solutions to local issues like traffic congestion, our bus service, safe neighbourhoods, the numbers of liquor outlets, drinking water quality, and retaining our beautiful parks.
I support retaining Council-owned assets like our social housing, Red Bus, Christchurch Water; Orion Electricity Network; Christchurch Airport and Lyttelton Port.
I look forward to meeting you and doing my best for Waimairi.


MACDONALD, Sam

Sam MACDONALD

Independent Citizens

My principal place of residence is in the Waimairi Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board area.
This election is about you. As we welcome the opportunities our city presents it is vital you have energetic and competent representation. As a 25 year old living and working in the Waimairi Ward I offer you both the energy and competence to get things done.
Through my work as a Chartered Accountant, and my involvement in local community organisations, I understand the value in effective community governance. This governance should deliver you as a ratepayer, the confidence that your rates are being used to benefit our community. The decisions made in this next term will impact generations of Cantabrians. I offer you representation which is energetic, competent and passionate about the future of our city. I am always available to discuss your concerns and welcome your feedback. Please contact me anytime on either 027 333 9215 or sam@sammacdonald.co.nz
Vote for energy and competence, vote Sam MacDonald for Community Board.


PARANJAPE, Shirish

Shirish PARANJAPE

Independent Citizens

My principal place of residence is in the Waimairi Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board area.
Since moving to Christchurch in 2002, I have been active within the Waimairi community. I am a Justice of the Peace, an active member of the Rotary Club, Vice-President of the Christchurch MultiCultural Council and a Neighbourly lead.
An electrical engineer by trade, I work as an international sales manager for a local hi-tech export company. I have been in customer-service roles throughout my career and I am confident in my managerial capabilities and ability to resolve conflicts. I have an appreciation of different perspectives and opinions and I welcome feedback.
My experiences have taught me the value of community engagement, diversity and prudent money management.
I enjoy working in teams with a common purpose.
I love our city and I am passionate about Christchurch's future.
A vote for me will ensure that you are represented by a person with integrity and passion for the role.
Further details:
https://sparanjape.wordpress.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Shirish-Paranjape-1404272226450835/


WINN, Lewis

Lewis WINN

Independent

My principal place of residence is in the Waimairi Ward of the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board area.
I have lived in Ilam for over 10 years, and have a background in retail and hospitality. My vision for Waimairi is an attractive and pleasant local and natural environment. We are fortunate here to have some of the best schools in the city, as well as parks and recreation facilities close by. I would like to maintain and further develop our reputation for this.
Issues that are important to me are an attractive local environment, in keeping with our garden city image. Reliable and well maintained infrastructure including roads, footpaths, parks and other facilities are also important. My values include social justice, local democracy, and a sense of community.
My promise to you is to always be available to listen and discuss any issues you may have. I look forward to meeting you.

 

Donations and expenses

All candidates must file a return of electoral donations and expenses.

Candidates' completed electoral donations and expenses returns.

The returns of all candidates are available in the table below. 

Summary of electoral donations and expenses [PDF, 138 KB] of all candidates 

Position Candidate
Mayoralty John Minto [PDF, 980 KB]
Mayoralty Tubby Hansen [PDF, 213 KB]
Mayoralty Lianne Dalziel [PDF, 951 KB] 
Councillor Banks Peninsula Ward Andrew Turner [PDF, 824 KB] 
Councillor Burwood Ward Glenn Livingstone [PDF, 1.3 MB] 
Councillor Burwood Ward Cruize Erueti [PDF, 997 KB] 
Councillor Cashmere Ward Tim Scandrett [PDF, 952 KB]
Councillor Central Ward Deon Swiggs [PDF, 130 KB] 
Councillor Central Ward Vicki Tahau-Paton [PDF, 1.6 MB]
Councillor Central Ward Lindon (Boycey) Boyce [PDF, 2.2 MB]
Councillor Central Ward Dora Roimata Langsbury [PDF, 873 KB] 
Councillor Coastal Ward David East [PDF, 1.1 MB]
Councillor Coastal Ward Dean Lester [PDF, 1.7 MB]
Councillor Coastal Ward Jo Kane
Councillor Fendalton Ward Jamie Gough [PDF, 1.1 MB] 
Councillor Halswell Ward Chrys Horn [PDF, 958 KB] 
Councillor Halswell Ward Kevin Clarke [PDF, 729 KB]
Councillor Halswell Ward Anne Galloway [PDF, 1.4 MB]
Councillor Halswell Ward Peter Laloli [PDF, 2.4 MB] 
Councillor Harewood Ward Faimeh Burke [PDF, 1.2 MB] 
Councillor Harewood Ward Aaron Keown [PDF, 41 KB] 
Councillor Harewood Ward Rod (S) Cameron [PDF, 1007 KB] 
Councillor Harewood Ward Rod (D) Cameron [PDF, 2 MB] 
Councillor Harewood Ward Brian Gargiulo [PDF, 1.2 MB] 
Councillor Heathcote Ward Sara Templeton [PDF, 648 KB] 
Councillor Heathcote Ward Paul Lonsdale [PDF, 601 KB] 
Councillor Heathcote Ward Malcolm George Davis [PDF, 430 KB] 
Councillor Hornby Ward Jimmy Chen [PDF, 1.2 MB] 
Councillor Hornby Ward Sara Harnett Kikstra [PDF, 319 KB] 
Councillor Hornby Ward Manjit Singh [PDF, 545 KB]
Councillor Hornby Ward Tane Apanui [PDF, 6.5 MB] 
Councillor Innes Ward Pauline Cotter [PDF, 1.1 MB] 
Councillor Innes Ward Mel Rodricks [PDF, 965 KB]
Councillor Linwood Ward Scott Toomey [PDF, 969 KB]
Councillor Linwood Ward Yani Johanson [PDF, 1.2 MB]
Councillor Linwood Ward Alexandra Davids [PDF, 612 KB]
Councillor Papanui Ward Mike Davidson [PDF, 711 KB]
Councillor Papanui Ward John Stringer [PDF, 3.2 MB] 
Councillor Riccarton Ward Vicki Buck [PDF, 907 KB]
Councillor Spreydon Ward Phil Clearwater [PDF, 1.5 MB] 
Councillor Spreydon Ward Patricia Siataga [PDF, 713 KB]
Councillor Waimairi Ward Anthony Rimell [PDF, 1.4 MB] 
Councillor Waimairi Ward Raf Manji [PDF, 1 MB] 
Banks Peninsula Community Board (Akaroa Community Subdivision) Pam Richardson [PDF, 746 KB] 
Banks Peninsula Community Board (Akaroa Community Subdivision) Janis Haley [PDF, 1.4 MB] 
Banks Peninsula Community Board (Akaroa Community Subdivision) Keith Molloy [PDF, 529 KB] 
Banks Peninsula Community Board (Lyttelton Community Subdivision) Christine Wilson [PDF, 601 KB] 
Banks Peninsula Community Board (Lyttelton Community Subdivision) Jed O'Donoghue [PDF, 2.4 MB] 
Banks Peninsula Community Board (Mount Herbert Community Subdivision) John McLister [PDF, 121 KB] 
Banks Peninsula Community Board (Mount Herbert Community Subdivision) Felix Dawson [PDF, 1.2 MB] 
Banks Peninsula Community Board (Wairewa Community Subdivision) Tori Peden [PDF, 1.4 MB] 
Coastal-Burwood Community Board (Burwood Ward) Sela Faletolu-Fasi [PDF, 1.3 MB]
Coastal-Burwood Community Board (Burwood Ward) Tim Baker [PDF, 1.2 MB] 
Coastal-Burwood Community Board (Burwood Ward) Linda Stewart [PDF, 994 KB] 
Coastal-Burwood Community Board (Burwood Ward) Brian G Steer [PDF, 1.2 MB] 
Coastal-Burwood Community Board (Coastal Ward) Tim Sintes [PDF, 1.1 MB] 
Coastal-Burwood Community Board (Coastal Ward) Kim Money [PDF, 972 KB] 
Coastal-Burwood Community Board (Coastal Ward) Andrea Cummings [PDF, 2.2 MB] 
Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Fendalton Ward) John Burn [PDF, 1.1 MB] 
Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Fendalton Ward) Bridget Williams [PDF, 702 KB]
Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Fendalton Ward) David Cartwright [PDF, 860 KB] 
Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Harewood Ward) Aaron Campbell [PDF, 921 KB] 
Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Harewood Ward) Linda Chen [PDF, 955 KB]
Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Harewood Ward) Aaron Keown [PDF, 41 KB]
Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Waimairi Ward) Shirish Paranjape [PDF, 692 KB]  
Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Waimairi Ward) Sam MacDonald [PDF, 1.2 MB]  
Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Waimairi Ward) Stewart Henry [PDF, 338 KB] 
Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board (Waimairi Ward) Lewis Winn [PDF, 2.8 MB]
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Halswell Ward) Kevin Clarke [PDF, 729 KB]  
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Halswell Ward) Ross McFarlane [PDF, 955 KB]  
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Halswell Ward) Peter Laloli [PDF, 2.4 MB]  
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Halswell Ward) Debbie Mora [PDF, 1.4 MB]  
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Hornby Ward) Natalie Bryden [PDF, 1.2 MB] 
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Hornby Ward) Mike Mora [PDF, 767 KB] 
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Hornby Ward) Claire Exton [PDF, 2.7 MB] 
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Hornby Ward) Sara Harnett Kikstra [PDF, 319 KB]  
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Hornby Ward) Manjit Singh [PDF, 545 KB]  
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Riccarton Ward) Catherine Chu [PDF, 1010 KB]
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Riccarton Ward) Robert Watson [PDF, 399 KB]
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Riccarton Ward) Luke Chandler [PDF, 177 KB] 
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Riccarton Ward) Helen Broughton [PDF, 1001 KB] 
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Riccarton Ward) Clive Waliyaparambil Antony [PDF, 186 KB]
Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board (Riccarton Ward) Ross Carter-Brown [PDF, 1.1 MB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Central Ward) Jake McLellan [PDF, 808 KB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Central Ward) Peter Yearbury [PDF, 572 KB]  
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Central Ward) Sally Buck [PDF, 1.3 MB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Central Ward) Robin Tinga [PDF, 1 MB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Central Ward) Wayne Hawker [PDF, 823 KB]  
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Central Ward) Lindon (Boycey) Boyce [PDF, 2.2 MB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Central Ward) Dora Roimata Langsbury [PDF, 873 KB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Central Ward) Alex Wootton [PDF, 1.4 MB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Heathcote Ward) Tim Lindley [PDF, 1.1 MB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Heathcote Ward) Craig Todd [PDF, 1.7 MB]
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Heathcote Ward) Darrell Latham [PDF, 956 KB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Heathcote Ward) Rosemary Neave [PDF, 1.3 MB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Heathcote Ward) Una O'Grady [PDF, 216 KB]
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Linwood Ward) Jackie Simons [PDF, 1.6 MB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Linwood Ward) Jack Singh [PDF, 668 KB]
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Linwood Ward) Brenda Lowe-Johnson [PDF, 1.4 MB] 
Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board (Linwood Ward) Alexandra Davids [PDF, 612 KB] 
Papanui-Innes Community Board (Innes Ward) Jo Byrne [PDF, 1.1 MB] 
Papanui-Innes Community Board (Innes Ward) Ali Jones [PDF, 680 KB] 
Papanui-Innes Community Board (Papanui Ward) Simon Britten [PDF, 849 KB] 
Papanui-Innes Community Board (Papanui Ward) Emma Norrish [PDF, 1.2 MB] 
Papanui-Innes Community Board (Papanui Ward) Nathan McCluskey [PDF, 625 KB]
Papanui-Innes Community Board (Papanui Ward) George Patena [PDF, 931 KB] 
Papanui-Innes Community Board (Papanui Ward) John Stringer  [PDF, 3.2 MB] 
Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Cashmere Ward) Helene Mautner [PDF, 1 MB]
Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Cashmere Ward) Lee Sampson [PDF, 1.1 MB] 
Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Cashmere Ward) Ian Cumming [PDF, 17 KB] 
Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Cashmere Ward) Rod (D) Cameron [PDF, 2 MB] 
Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Spreydon Ward) Melanie Coker [PDF, 1.4 MB]
Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Spreydon Ward) Karolin Potter [PDF, 988 KB] 
Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Spreydon Ward) Patricia Siataga [PDF, 713 KB] 
Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Spreydon Ward) Catherine White [PDF, 997 KB]
Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board (Spreydon Ward) Tubby Hansen [PDF, 143 KB]