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Overwhelming opposition

to removal of car parks

• By Tom Doudney

OPPOSITION TO the planned

removal of car parks in Woolston

is gathering momentum with a

petition against the move being

signed by 771 people.

The city council’s proposed

Woolston Village Upgrade Plan

would see the number of car parks

on Ferry Rd reduced from 77 to 21,

with motorists encouraged to park

on side streets instead.

The $1.6 million plan is intended

to revitalise the area, with other

components including a 30km/h

speed limit, new tree plantings and

raised median strips.

The city council has received 165

submissions on the plan.

Woolston Main Street Business

Association acting chairman

Stephen Hardman said businesses

were overwhelmingly against

removing the car parks.

“Many of the businesses in the

street rely upon their customers

being able to park at the roadside,

nip in and get back in their car and

leave,” he said.

“If they were to reduce

according to the numbers they are

proposing it will mean that several

businesses will close, no doubt

about it.”

He said a city council survey

showing that there was not great

demand for parking was skewed

because it was not conducted during

the busiest times of the day.

Signatures on the petition were

collected from shoppers in the area

over a two-week period.

In her submission

on the plan, Port

Hills MP Ruth Dyson

(left) said it would

not deliver on its aim

of encouraging and

retaining businesses

in the area.

“In my view, taking

a significant number of car parks

out of the area will simply mean

that people will shop somewhere

else,” she said.

“They will just drive

further down the road

where they can stop

outside the shop of

their choice.”

National MP Nuk

Korako (left) said that

he thought the plan,

including car park changes, was

a positive move to make the area

more attractive for shoppers and the

criticism was shortsighted.

“The way it is planned at the

moment, motorists just pass

through it,” Mr Korako said.

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BAD FOR BUSINESS: Woolston Main Street

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Hardman says if the car parks are removed,

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Though they do not suffer the

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News

Move forces resignation

• By Tom Doudney

HAGLEY-Ferrymead

Community Board deputy

chairwoman Islay McLeod has

resigned because she is moving

back to Dunedin.

Ms McLeod was critical of

the performance of her board

which she said suffered from

a lack of local government

experience.

Her departure will not trigger a

by-election this close to elections

in October and Ms McLeod said

she had checked to make sure

this was the case before resigning.

“A lot of people in good faith

voted for me and I would be

letting them down if I cost the

ratepayers anything or if there

was anything significant coming

up,” she said.

“There are not a lot of major

issues coming up. The Annual

Plan is all sorted, the Replacement

District Plan is pretty well

sorted.”

Asked if her second term

on the board had been a good

experience, Ms McLeod said “not

particularly.”

“My first term was good

because there were good steady

hands with very experienced and

practised people like Bob Todd,

who was the chair, and David

Cox,” she said.

“In this latest term, out of the

seven of us, four had no local

government experience at all.”

She said at times the board had

not been proactive enough when

it came to taking a stand on local

issues, such as the date for building

a Linwood-Woolston pool

continually being delayed.

“Just putting in a submission

like everybody else isn’t the way,”

she said.

“I think the board could have

and should have had a more

powerful and vocal say on what is

happening in our ward.”

Board chairwoman Sara Templeton

said she didn’t think that a

lack of experience was evident on

the board.

“I think this board has actually

been incredibly passionate and

vocal about a range of different

issues and has taken it to council

on many occasions and pushed

for things.”

Ms McLeod will also step

down from the Christchurch

West Melton Zone Committee.

She moved to Christchurch 12

years ago to be close to her mother

who had health problems. Her

mother passed away at the end of

last year.

MOVING ON: Islay McLeod has resigned from the Hagley-

Ferrymead Community Board. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

In Brief

VOLUNTEER LIBRARY

An accessible ramp has been

installed at the Woolston

Volunteer Library’s temporary

premises. The ramp was

installed by Naylor Love

Construction, which

contributed labour and

materials in conjunction with

Carters building supplies.

The library is housed in a

relocatable shepherd’s hut built

by Ara Institute of Canterbury

students at the Woolston

Transitional Project site on

Ferry Rd. Tree planters and

artworks decorated by local

school children, bench seating,

a noticeboard, bike rack and

a new portaloo have also

been added to the area. The

voluntary library service will

be operating from its

temporary building four days

a week.

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Tuesday June 21 2016

SOUTHERN VIEW

Your Local Views

Traffic and parking problems in Addington

The Spreydon-Heathcote

Community Board recently

called for speed limits

in streets in the area

between Lincoln Rd,

Brougham St, Selwyn St

and Moorhouse Ave to

be reduced to 30km/h.

Addington Neighbourhood

Association chairwoman

Sarah McKenzie writes

on the traffic and parking

problems the area is

experiencing.

SINCE THE earthquakes,

Addington has become the place

to be, from cafes and shops

to office blocks and car yards,

setting up a business and still

being close to the CBD.

However, with more businesses

moving in came the traffic issues.

Addington streets have had

roads narrowed before the earthquakes

and now the streets can’t

handle the amount of traffic that

passes through daily.

The lack of parking for the

business’ staff and customers has

caused cars to spill out on to the

narrow residential streets leaving

no parking for locals or their

visitors, particularly between

business hours.

The street parking causes

issues for the residents as well

as the businesses, from poor

visibility due to dense parking

to residents driveways being

partially blocked by desperate

drivers needing a space to park.

Church Square has become

a bit of a thoroughfare from

Brougham St to Selwyn St.

Residents have voiced concerns

in the past about this, particularly

around Church Square and

changing the speed limit.

Ward St has become an issue

for residents due to speed and a

higher traffic volume.

Selwyn St between Moorhouse

Ave and Brougham St is a big

concern. The traffic has increased

by a huge amount and it seems to

be a main route for heavy vehicles.

At peak times Selwyn St can

be backed up from Moorhouse

Ave to Ward St.

Selwyn St concerns me due to

the young children walking to

Addington School, Christchurch

South Intermediate, Cashmere

High School and Hagley Community

College. The Kidsfirst

Kindergarten and Bishop Selwyn

FAST AND FURIOUS:

Damage to bollards by

Church Square is said

to have been caused by

speeding drivers.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN ​

Lifecare are also on Selwyn St

and affected by the traffic.

There is no safe ambulance access

into Bishop Selwyn Lifecare,

especially in peak traffic in spite

of efforts to have yellow ‘no stopping’

zone painted on Selwyn St

by the facility’s entrance.

Selwyn St needs a 40km/h

speed limit past Bishop Selwyn

Lifecare and Kidsfirst Kindergarten.

We also need speed restrictions

around Church Square and the

narrow streets of Addington.

Readers respond to a

call from the Spreydon-

Heathcote Community

Board that speed limits in

some Addington streets

should be dropped to

30km/h.

Richard Townshend, Spreydon

– In our street, Blakehall

Place, people often drive over

70km/h. It’s too dangerous for

small children, elders and cats.

It’s also a narrow street and the

limit should be 30km/h.

E. Scott, of Fendalton –

I definitely do not want a

30km/h speed limit on some

streets.

I can’t believe this is even being

considered as the speed in most

areas is governed by road works

right now.

It is more dangerous trying to

watch my speedometer, taking

my eye off the road, than doing

the 50km/h limit – 30km/h is

almost walking speed.

It angers me to think this is all

for the pedestrians and cyclists.

Why can they not take responsibility

for their own actions?

I have just been on a 21-day

cruise in Europe and everyone

always wanted to know where

we came from. My stock answer

was “the city from hell, called

Christchurch”. This absolutely

endorses this.

J. Mortimer, Halswell –

I would hate to see traffic dribbling

along at 30km/h.

The city council has already

solved the problem for cyclists in

Tennyson St in Beckenham by

putting the cycleways up off the

road.

With all the massive roadworks

that have taken place over

the last five years why weren’t

the cycle lanes done at the same

time? Another problem solved.

I thought when they dug up

Halswell Junction Rd they would

of done the same as on Tennyson

St as it’s a very busy main road.

For every dumb idea the city

council comes up with, ratepayers

shouldn’t have to pay their

rates.

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SOUTHERN VIEW Tuesday June 21 2016 5

News

River work under way

• By Tom Doudney

PARTS OF the Heathcote River

channel are being blocked off and

pumped dry so a wastewater pipe

can be installed underneath the

riverbed.

On Wednesday, the Stronger

Christchurch Infrastructure Team

started work on installing the pipe,

which will run from the intersection

of Fairview St and Ashgrove Tce under

the river to Cashmere Rd near

the intersection with Valley Rd.

Workers are using a technique

called sheet piling which involves

creating a metal wall to block

off half of the river channel at a

time. The blocked off area is then

pumped dry and the river is able

to flow down the other half of the

channel.

The work, which is taking place

in a 100m stretch of riverbed either

side of the Fairview St bridge, is

expected to take 10 weeks to complete.

Starting in about three weeks, the

Fairview St Bridge will be closed to

vehicles for four weeks. Pedestrians

and cyclists will still be able to use it.

SCIRT is expecting to undertake

the same sort of work in the Avon

River, between River Rd and Avonside

Drive, next month so that two

large wastewater pipes can be laid

in the riverbed.

IN THE CHANNEL: Sheet piling work to partially block the

flow of the Heathcote River begins

In Brief

BIN STOCKTAKE

Kerbside wheelie bins throughout

the city will be fitted with radio

frequency tags as part of a

stocktake starting next month.

The stocktake is designed to save

$9.3 million on the cost of the bin

collection service over the next 13

years by removing lost, damaged

and stolen bins from circulation.

Radio frequency tags to ensure

bins that are damaged, stolen or

found on other properties can

be easily identified. They can

then be checked and matched to

the database, returned to their

original property or reallocated

for future distribution. Waste

Management will carry out

the stocktake. The short range

radio frequency chips will

communicate with the collection

truck as it goes past to ensure that

the bin is located near the correct

property. The stocktake will take

approximately three years to

complete.

DYERS RD DELAYS

Wastewater repairs in Dyers

Rd, Bromley, starting this week

are expected to take about 14

weeks. Two-way traffic will be

maintained but there may be

delays. The work is between Ruru

Rd and Linwood Ave.

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News

SOUTHERN VIEW

MILESTONE:

Charter president

Terri Woolmore-

Goodwin and

current president

Margaret

Simpson

celebrate Altrusa

International of

Christchurch’s 50

years of service.

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50 years

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ALTRUSA International, of

Christchurch, celebrated its 50th

birthday on June 11.

The celebrations were held at

Eliza’s Manor Boutique Hotel.

Altrusa is an acronym for amity,

loyalty, talent, reciprocity, unity,

service, and achievement.

The club gives grants to community

group and projects, an annual

scholarship to the Ara Institute of

Canterbury, and supports other

community initiatives.

It holds a range of fundraisers

throughout the year from a fabric

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It is an international, non-profit

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CLOSE TO 40 different ethnic

groups represent the Muslim

community in the city.

Community worker Dr

Husaini Hafiz said that the

city’s 3250 Muslims did not

suffer from the same levels of

Islamophobia experienced by

Muslims in Europe and the

United States, but racial and

religious prejudices can exist

everywhere.

Dr Hafiz said the Canterbury

Muslim Community

Trust is building cultural and

religious bridges by reaching

out to the city’s Muslims and

the wider non-Muslim community.

“We would like to ensure

that Christchurch remains a

good place to live for all, which

means taking steps to foster

better understanding between

different groups,” he said.

Dr Hafiz said many people

assumed that the Muslim community

in Christchurch was

homogenous with the same

cultural practices and religious

beliefs.

He said, in reality, the Muslim

community in Christchurch

was very diverse.

The trust’s outreach programmes

are run jointly with

the Islamic Women’s Council

New Zealand.

ICWNZ member Denise

Jeager said the inclusion

of Muslim women in the

outreach programme was essential

to show Muslim women

had a voice and they were willing

to exercise it.

ICWNZ volunteer Nada

Tawfeek said the outreach programme

was useful to bring

about more open-minded

views of Muslim women.

“Some people were surprised

to hear a girl in hijab speak

with a British accent,” she said.

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identified three common

concerns amongst Muslims in

Christchurch: leadership, communication

and lack of Islamic

knowledge.

One of the trust’s goals

was to address the need for

stronger communication channels

between Muslims and

non-Muslim communities.

Last July, the trust invited

students from New Zealand

Broadcasting School to join in

the breaking of fast at the Al-

Noor mosque in Christchurch.

The invitation was a followup

to an earlier educational

session where the students

were introduced to basic concepts

of Islam and the impact

of the media on Muslims.

This year a similar educational

session was offered to

student journalists at the University

of Canterbury and Ara

Institute of Canterbury.

Office of Ethnic Communities’

general manager, Maarten

Quivooy, said organisations

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in educating and supporting

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We’re on the home straight

SCIRT’s programme of repairs to pipes, roads, bridges and retaining walls will

be completed by December this year.

After SCIRT, The Christchurch City Council and NZ Transport Agency will

continue their programmes of ongoing repairs.

Your support is helping us to get the job done, thank you from the SCIRT team.

We’re now 89% of the way through our programme of repairs.

THE SCIRT PROGRAMME

IS 89% COMPLETE

86 % 97 %

of underground pipes are fixed

82 % 84 %

of retaining walls are repaired

of bridge repair work is done

of road repairs are complete

• Kate Hood, Quality Engineer with SCIRT’s Fulton Hogan team.

SCIRT progress in your neighbourhood

This year the Spreydon Heathcote area has had a substantial ongoing

programme of repairs of the wastewater, storm water, fresh water, retaining

walls and roading works in several suburbs including those on and around

the Port Hills.

• Ongoing repairs to the wastewater network in Spreydon are almost complete.

• The Durham Street overbridge in Sydenham is scheduled to be completed in

August this year.

• Fresh water, storm water and wastewater repairs in Cashmere are due to

finish in September this year.

• Retaining wall repairs in Cashmere and Hillsborough are due to be

completed before the end of this year.

• Major wastewater works are still underway in Woolston and will be completed

by the end of the year.

• Underground pipe repairs and roading in the Heathcote Valley will continue

until the end of the year.

• Works in suburbs like Beckenham, Hillsborough, Sydenham, Hoon Hay,

Opawa, Spreydon, Addington and Somerfield are now winding down.

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Tuesday June 21 2016

Our People

SOUTHERN VIEW

Taking a stand against bullying

Vicki Edwards-Brown started the charity Be The

Change in 2011 to tackle the problem of bullying and

help support victims. She spoke to reporter Tom

Doudney about what inspired her to set the charity

up, her role on Shortland Street and the freak spinal

injury she suffered.

I heard that you were actually

bullied as an adult, is that

right? What role did that play

in starting Be The Change?

Yes, I was but it’s not the driving

force behind why I started

Be The Change. That driving

force was to do with my husband

working in a high school, seeing

the effect that bullying was

having on young people around

me, and just really having a

desperate need to help them and

massive empathy for them. I was

thinking that’s hard enough, and

then you have the earthquakes

to deal with as well, and we need

something in New Zealand to

empower young people to stand

up to bullying.

Yeah, I was bullied in the

workplace but I didn’t know it at

the time, so I guess it would have

been good to have tools and tips

to know that, actually, that’s not

okay.

Can you tell me more about

your background before

starting Be The Change?

My background is really in

the speaking side of it. When I

do the workshops and presentations,

that comes from an acting

background that I have. I have

been on Shortland Street and

other things when I was younger,

so that has drawn me to being

able to present to young people

and fit in.

When were you on Shortland

Street?

I was on in 2010. My husband

[Shaun Edwards-Brown] was actually

on for a whole year during

2009 and 2010 as well. He was a

pivotal character and I got a twomonth

contract as well, which

was really awesome.

What character did you play?

Her name was Jewel Fitzpatrick.

What was Jewel like?

She was actually an actress. I

was acting, playing an actress.

Who did your husband play

on Shortland Street?

He was Ben Goodall – a paramedic.

How did your tenure end

at Shortland Street? Did your

character get killed off or anything

like that?

No, some main characters did

a play and I was in that play, so

the play just ran its course and

that was it.

Did being on Shortland Street

open up any more doors for you

in terms of acting?

Yeah, we lived in Auckland

for six months and did some

ads and things like that. Then

ON SCREEN:

Vicki Edwards-

Brown played

the role of

actor Jewel

Fitzpatrick

on the long

running

soap opera,

Shortland

Street.

TAKING A STAND: Vicki Edwards-Brown started Be The

Change, a charity that aims to tackle bullying. ​

we came back to Christchurch,

I had major back surgery and

then, being stuck in bed for six

weeks while watching TV, I saw

something which inspired me to

create Be The Change.

What was it you saw on TV?

It was a programme about

a bully prevention charity in

America called Challenge Day

and I saw that and just thought

‘wow, that is really awesome’

and it just inspired me to do

something because we needed

something like that in New

Zealand.

You mentioned being in some

ads, what might we recognise

you from?

They’re pretty old now –

Vector’s fibre to the door was

one. I was just like standing at

a sink turning the tap on and

trying to get water through a

straw.

But predominately I used to

sing – I’d sing at Twiggers, at

Addington Raceway. We used to

sing every Friday and Saturday

with the band. So a lot of my

performing was theatrical with

singing in a band and stuff like

that. I had my own band called

V.I.P. I have also done about 20

shows through Showbiz over the

years.

What sort of music did you

sing with your band?

I love 80s. Anything from the

60s right through. It was all Top

of the Pops stuff that people like

to hear.

So, have you stopped playing

with bands now?

I do stuff with a group called

Chant et Danse, a Christchurch

entertainment group.

You also mentioned that you

had major back surgery, what

happened there?

It was a really freak accident.

Eleven years ago we were driving

along Moorhouse Ave and there

were high winds and a threestorey-high

tree broke off in the

wind just as we drove past and

the tree came through the roof

on to my head.

Oh my gosh!

I’m laughing now but it wasn’t

good at the time, and it literally

broke my back. I had two spinal

surgeries so I have got a titanium

back.

Do you feel good as new now?

No, I have chronic back pain

but I have just learned to live

with it and do the best I can

through exercise and being

healthy and that sort of thing,

and having a positive attitude

about everything – everything. If

you can think of something to be

grateful for in life, and literally I

think helping other people helps

me. If I can lie in bed at night

saying I have helped one person,

that makes me happy.

What sort of support do victims

of bullying need most? Is

it really just people being kind

to them?

That really is a huge part of

it, yes. It takes a community

to prevent bullying – not just

a school, or the person, or the

family. Schools are the ones that

are often blamed but they really

struggle with the resources and

it’s people like me who can help

them create positive cultures –

and I need funding! Funding

would enable me to give more resources

and help to more schools

in Christchurch.

But yeah, just being kind and

doing things like, for example,

setting up lunchtime events at

schools. We held an anonymous

appreciation day at Cashmere

High School, where we provided

kids with cards and they write

anonymously nice notes to other

people. We delivered 1200 notes

to teachers and students that day.

It was such a wonderful experience

and just set a positive buzz

around the school.

How do you think we should

view people who bully? Are

these bad people or should we

pity them, too?

I do believe that a bully generally

is someone who is doing that

because they are being bullied

themselves, so I do go the way

of feeling sorry for them and

empathising with their situation,

rather than telling them they’re

bad.

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EQC UPDATE KEEPING YOU INFORMED | JUNE 2016

EQC begins settling ILV land damage claims

Head of Canterbury Land Settlement for EQC,

Keith Land

The Earthquake Commission has begun

settling claims for Increased Liquefaction

Vulnerability (ILV) land damage.

Keith Land, Head of Canterbury Land

Settlement, says that the settlements will go to

4,400 customers whose properties have

qualified as having an increased vulnerability to

liquefaction following the 2010-2011

Canterbury earthquakes.

“Each qualified property is being assessed and

will be cash settled on a case-by-case basis as

we have done to date with other forms of land

damage resulting from these earthquakes.

Similar to Increased Flooding Vulnerability (IFV)

land damage, settlement of ILV land damage is

a world-first. This type of land damage has not

been covered by insurance anywhere else, so

Fulbright-EQC Award recipient to study

seismic performance of high-rise walls

The Fulbright-EQC Graduate Award’s newest recipient, Alex Shegay,

is looking into the reasons behind unexpected failures of reinforced

concrete walls and ways in which performance can be improved.

Mr Shegay, 24, has been granted the 2016 Fulbright-EQC Graduate

Award in Natural Disaster Research and soon will be heading to the

University of Washington on his exchange.

In the US, he will research the seismic performance of high-rise structural

walls and use experimental data to create validated computer models.

The research will go towards his PhD in Structural/Earthquake

Engineering at the University of Auckland.

“Structural engineers have significant social responsibility to protect

civilians even in the most devastating circumstances. The 2010/2011

Canterbury Earthquakes were an example of one such catastrophic event,

producing ground accelerations never before recorded in an urban

environment.

“Many concrete buildings in Christchurch that relied on reinforced

concrete walls for seismic resistance were severely damaged to the

point that it was fortunate to find them still standing. It’s crucial to learn

from the Canterbury earthquakes and improve building design and

construction practice.”

considerable work was required to get the

engineering and valuation methodologies

right,” said Mr Land.

“We want to make sure that the final settlements

are based on a robust and appropriate

settlement process so that customers can have

confidence their claims for ILV land damage

have been paid consistently and fairly.”

EQC expects at least two thirds of ILV

customers will receive settlements based on

the reduction in their property’s market value

caused by ILV, also known as Diminution of

Value (DOV).

“This is because generally, there are no

available ground improvement methods to

address ILV damage on a property where

a house has remained in place since the

earthquakes,” says Mr Land.

The remaining third of ILV customers are being

assessed for a settlement based on the cost to

repair the ILV land damage. This will generally

be in situations where the house has already

been, or will be, rebuilt or removed due to the

earthquake damage.”

Customers receiving a ‘cost to repair’

settlement will be individually case-managed,

as the situation for each of them varies. Before

it can be confirmed that these customers will

receive a repair cost settlement, more

information is needed to understand their

property’s current situation.

Mr Land says that settlements for DOV

customers began this month and EQC also

started contacting repair cost customers.

EQC has resolved nearly 90% of properties

with land claims resulting from 2010-2011

Canterbury earthquakes, and expects to

resolve the remainder of the land programme

by the end of 2016.

EQC will also hold six ILV meetings from July to

November for customers whose settlements are

based on DOV. The purpose of the meetings is

for customers to ask questions and hear from

EQC and its valuers about what’s been involved

in ILV settlement decisions.

Venue:

Beulah Church, 140 Springfield Rd,

St Albans

Date

Monday 4 July

Wednesday 27 July

Monday 22 August

2016 Fulbright-EQC Graduate, Alex Shegay

Wednesday 28 September

Wednesday 26 October

Wednesday 30 November

Time

7pm

7pm

7pm

7pm

7pm

7pm

For more information on these meetings and

ILV land damage, including Q+As and

engineering and valuation methodologies,

please visit www.eqc.govt.nz/ILV.

The Fulbright-EQC Graduate Award in Natural Disaster Research

facilitates research that reduces and prevents natural disaster damage.

It is part of $16 million granted by EQC each year to high quality research

that builds knowledge about New Zealand’s natural disasters.

Progress report

on EQC remedial

programme

The Earthquake Commission has received 8,337

remedial enquiries of which 2,211 have been resolved

as of 27 May 2016. This leaves 6,126 enquiries

remaining.

The amount recorded as being spent on remedial work to

May 2016 was $7,068,833. However it has not been possible

to separate out all remedial costs from other work streams.

The total cost of the remedial repairs will never be finally

known until we have resolved all the outstanding claims.

There are still a number of unknowns and it’s also too early

to say exactly what the final figure will be for the remedial

programme. However, EQC expects the final cost could be

in the region of $60 million to $70 million, which is covered

by our existing liability estimates. To put this estimate in

context it would account for less than 3% of the approximate

$2.5 billion cost of the Canterbury Home Repair Programme

to date.

The level of remedial work for the Canterbury Home

Repair Programme is well within industry norms for the

national construction sector.

EQC has prioritised first time repairs, although it has carried

out urgent remedial work for vulnerable customers or where

the work is needed to make a house safe, secure and/or

sanitary.

Now that EQC is down to the last of the first time repairs,

focus has increased on resolving remedials.

EQC is confident it has the processes and teams in place to

address the issues. EQC has been expanding the remedial

team since September 2015 and more staff are being added

as first time repairs near completion.

EQC does not have a projected date to stop receiving

remedial requests but will continue working with customers

until their claims are resolved.

One of the reasons for starting the Canterbury Home Repair

Programme was to ensure customers would have the

assurance that any issues with their earthquake repairs

would be addressed.

Currently around 100 remedial requests are being received

a week.

Customers can follow the progress of their

claim through a series of EQC letters with a tick

diagram. Each new tick means the customer

is closer to receiving their settlement.

Processing

starts for

Feb 2016

quakes

EQC aims to complete assessments

more quickly for the February 2016

Canterbury earthquake claims using

customer-provided information for

desk-based assessments.

Onsite assessment visits to customers’

properties will be the exception for cases

where there is extensive damage, claims

are complex or individual circumstances

require it. EQC claim managers have

been calling customers to get

information and documents – such as

specific damage measurements and

photos – before deciding whether a

phone or on-site assessment works best.

Claims processing is well underway

with over 685 claims paid so far out of

the total 13,134 received. Priority is

given to vulnerable customers, followed

by claims in the order in which they

were lodged.

“Customers who have had their claims

settled so far have told us that the new

approach is working better for them.

Before starting to settle claims, EQC

proactively talked with customers about

different ways of doing things, using

their feedback to design our approach

for this event,” says EQC Manager of

the February 2016 Event, Jayne Lapin.

“Most of the damage suffered is

cosmetic, so EQC won’t manage a repair

programme this time but, customers

who need assistance to organise repairs,

can contact our Community Contact

Team in Christchurch. The team has

strong links with support agencies who

can help. Call EQC on 0800 DAMAGE

(0800 326 243) to book an appointment

with the Community Contact Team, if

support is needed.

“For customers whose 2010/2011

Canterbury earthquake claims are still

open, EQC aims to resolve their February

2016 claim together with their

2010/2011 claims. We want to make

sure all outstanding issues for their

properties are on track for resolution by

the end of 2016,” Ms Lapin says.

At this stage, EQC expects to resolve

the majority of February 2016

earthquake claims by the end of

December 2016.

Inquiries – view the latest fact

sheet under Recent Events on

www.eqc.govt.nz, call 0800 326 243

or email info@eqc.govt.nz

CONTACT EQC AT 0800 DAMAGE (0800 326 243) OR VISIT WWW.EQC.GOVT.NZ


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Tuesday June 21 2016

SOUTHERN VIEW

Kirkwood Intermediate

Sports and Technology Update

Sports

Sport is an important part of our school life and students are

given many opportunities to participate in the large variety

of sports we offer. Mastering the ability to work as a team

and being a great sportsperson is a significant part of being a

Kirkwood student.

A few highlights this term have been the Cross Country, Inter

Intermediate School’s Duathlon and the start of our winter

sports programme which includes: Netball; Football; Rugby;

Hockey; Table Tennis; and Squash. As well as these we

participate in Athletics, Swimming, Water Polo and Basketball.

Technology

Technology education at Kirkwood explores how, beginning with

a need or opportunity, new products are developed and how new

developments impact on our world. Students gain knowledge and

skills essential for all kinds of careers and for everyday life.

As well as experiencing a variety of technology classes, our students

are able to choose special

interest technology

extension classes

including coding arduino

microchips, robotics,

3D printing, special

engineering projects and

Māori carving.

These students are

working on a 3D printing

programme design

Hard Materials

Students work with wood,

metal and plastics to

develop a range of handson

skills.

Foods Room

At work designing and

refining recipes in one of

our two Foods rooms.

Soft Materials

Students follow a design

process to create original

projects.

Electronics

To learn the technological

process students

work with electronic

components.

Remember, you are welcome to our Open Day & Night

Tuesday 5 July, 9.00am – 12 noon or 7.00pm – 8.30pm

Come and have a look at what our children are doing.

Kirkwood Intermediate is an inclusive school with professional leadership. We

are situated near numerous bus routes. There are still limited spaces for Year 7

students for 2016. If you would like to find out more about us, please contact us

on 348 7718.

Phil Tappenden

Principal

Kirkwood

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

Please visit our website

www.kirkwood.school.nz for information

and to download an enrolment form or

ring the office on 348 7718


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SCHOOLS

Year 3 and 4 Hillview Christian School pupils got into the spirit

of things when they visited Ferrymead Heritage Park recently.

The pupils dressed in period costume and tried their hand at

a variety of tasks from yesteryear.

OUT TO DRY: Tessa Davis,

left, and Susannah Regnault

wringing out washing.

PRESSING WORK: Samuel

Hitchins with an old iron.

HANDS

ON: Cohen

Parratt-

Cromwell

(left) and

Hamish

McEwing

use an oldstyle

saw

while Jordyn

Matthews

watches on.

Quarry courses for orienteers

OUTDOOR adventurers

united last week at the opening

of three orienteering courses at

Halswell Quarry with Deputy

Mayor Vicki Buck on standby

to give the countdown to the

opening.

Along with Ms Buck, the

junior world orienteering team

produced a one-hour course and

a novel orienteering maze.

Halswell Scouts also fundraised

with sausage sales and

displayed their skills at building

a bridge.

The fun permanent orienteering

courses were developed by

the Peninsula and Plains Orienteering

club supported by the

city council with funding from

the Rata Foundation.

Project co-ordinator Mike

Marra said the courses range

from levels of beginners through

to advanced for more experienced

map readers.

A large contribution was made

from the community with mapping

of Halswell Quarry Park

from the expertise of PAPO

members.

The installation of the

control posts also involved an

enthusiastic volunteer working

bee from the Halswell Scouts,

PAPO members and community

help.

The organisers of the opening

event were delighted at the huge

number of parents and young

OUTDOORS: Adventurers of all ages came along last week

to try out their mapping skills at the new opening of three

orienteering courses at Halswell Quarry recently. ​

children who turned out in

certainly less-than-favourable

weather conditions.

Maps are available at the Te

READY SET

GO: (From left:)

Halswell Scouts

Ieuan Edwards,

Allan Taylor and

Penisula and

Plains Orienteering

club

member Kaia

Jorgensen racing

to begin the

new orienteering

courses at

Halswell Quarry.

Hapua: Halswell Community

Centre, Beckenham Service

Centre and available on line at

PAPO.org.nz

FUTURE FORECASTERS: Year 3 and 4 pupils at Beckenham

School have been learning about the weather. Making their own

weather vanes was one of several experiments they conducted

to help them make predictions. The pupils have been looking

into why the seasons change and the impact of weather on

people, animals and the environment with a particular focus

on the water cycle. They will share their findings at the school’s

end-of-term science and technology show.

CULTURE AND RHYTHM: Cashmere High School Japanese language students performed a

dance known as Odoru Ponpokorin Taisoo at a day of workshops and activities held recently

at Canterbury University. About 300 high school students from around Canterbury took part

in the day which was arranged by university lecturers and the Canterbury Network of Teachers

to prepare them for their NCEA assessments. All schools performed the dance and their

performances were filmed for a combined video. There was also a Japanese drumming

performance by the group Takumi, feedback by the national Japanese language adviser and

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Tuesday June 21 2016

Busy Book Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

An after school club for exploring

new books, arts, crafts

and technology.

South Library, 66 Colombo St.

Free. Bookings required.

Reading to dogs

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Reading to dogs is designed

to provide a relaxed, nonthreatening

atmosphere which

encourages children to practise

their reading skills and develop

a love of reading. Sessions are 15

minutes long.

South Library, 66 Colombo St.

Free.

Community market in Linwood

Thursday, 8.30am-1pm

New and used goods includes

pre-loved clothing, toys, baby

wear, plants, books, bric-a-brac,

hot frybread, coffee, fresh baking

and more. Inquiries to Murray

on 022 635 9402.

MacKenzies Hotel and Backpackers,

51 Pages Rd, Linwood.

Knot just knitting

Thursday, 1.30-3.30pm

Bring your knitting, crochet

or any other craft and have fun

with this weekly social group.

South Library, 66 Colombo St.

Free.

Maker Space Lucky Dip

Thursday, 3-4pm; Monday,

10.30-11.30am

Craft and technology sessions

which could involve 3D colouring,

augmented reality, origami,

crafts, robotics or 3D printing.

Activities designed for adults

and children.

Spreydon Library. Free, no

booking required.

Creative writing classes

Friday, 4-4.45pm

Interested in writing? Group

leader Jennifer works with members

to craft, create and develop

their own work.

Linwood Library. Free.

Linwood Village Market

Saturday, 9am-1pm

Fresh produce (including

organic), books, antiques, bric-abrac,

retro items, vintage clothes,

household goods, jam, crafts and

more.

Linwood Community Arts

Centre, 388 Worcester St. Free

admission.

Quartet exhibition

Each Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday

and Thursday, 1-4pm, until

July 3

Paintings by Michael Abrahamson,

John Barry, Tony Eastwood

and Rob Graham.

Garden Gallery, 291 Lyttelton

St, Spreydon. Free entry.

Opawa Farmers Market

Sunday 9-12pm

Have a wonder around the

market and pick up some fresh

Email caitlin.miles@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

baked goods, cheese and organic

vegetables and seasonal fruit

from local and well known

growers.

275 Fifield Tce, Opawa.

Sydenham Walkers

Monday, 10am

Come and join the group for a

walk every Monday.

Meet outside Countdown

on Colombo St. For more

information phone 027 431 1437.

Science Alive in the Library

Monday, 3.30-4.30pm

Drop-in science sessions.

Activities based around the science

of popular books and other

topics.

South Library, 66 Colombo St.

Free.

Duets

Thursday to Saturday, 6pm and

8pm each night

Duets features 10 duos from

the Court Youth Company

presenting pieces created during

the term. These new works could

be anything from dramatic to

comedic, physical to silent, or

even musical.

The Court Theatre, Bernard

St, Addington. Tickets $10 for

one show, $15 for both showings

in a night, $5 per show for

students.

FILM SCREENING: The Champions is a documentary about

the dogs rescued from the fighting ring of former Atlanta

Falcon’s star quarterback Michael Vick and those who risked

it all to save them, in spite of pressure from PETA and The

Humane Society to euthanise the dogs. The film will be

shown at the Christchurch Art Gallery on Sunday at 2pm.

The film has been shown to audiences as young as age 7,

but adult supervision for all children 15 and under will be

required. Entry fees are $15 for adults and $8 for children

and includes a raffle ticket. All proceeds are being donated to

SPCA Canterbury, Dogwatch, K9 Rescue and Rehoming and

Christchurch Bull Breed Rescue. ​

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SPORTS

Basketballers

face big

challenge

HEATING UP:

Connor McLaughlin

has been a standout

performer for

Cashmere this

season.

• By Gordon Findlater

CASHMERE HIGH School face

their toughest task of the season to

date when they play Christchurch

Boys’ High School tonight.

It’s been the perfect start for last

year’s beaten finalists in the Thompson

Trophy.

They are currently undefeated

through seven games and find

themselves at the top of the competition.

Year 12 point guard Connor

McLaughlin has been the stand-out

performer for Cashmere this year.

He has 37 assists, second in the

league. The point guard is also not

afraid to score, he had a game-high

32 points in his teams win over

Christ’s College last week.

Sharp-shooter Ruben Stanley has

also been instrumental in the team’s

success.

The senior is among the competition’s

top three-point shooters with

15 to date.

Cashmere lost a number of players

following last year’s grand-final

campaign.

They now have one of the youngest

line-ups in the league, with the

majority of their team all year 12

boys and younger.

“We have quite a lot of young guys

in the team this year, we even have

a couple of year 10 players getting

some good game time,” Cashmere

coach Ben Sheat said.

It gets tough for Cashmere now,

though, with a visit to third placed

Boys’ High tonight.

They then play second placed

Burnside in seven days time.

“They’re two massive games, the

next two weeks will show us where

we are at,” Sheat said.

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turning out for games.

It won’t just be the boisterous

home support Cashmere will have

to be wary of either. Boys’ High

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recently returned from a trip to

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Tuesday June 21 2016 15

Ara nurses remain in demand

ExcEllEnt EmploymEnt prospects

and a variety of career options continues

to attract talented students to the world of

nursing.

At Ara Institute of canterbury (formerly

cpIt), the institute’s nursing programme

is highly-regarded. In fact, 90% of nursing

graduates find employment after graduation

– that’s new Zealand’s highest nursing

graduate employment rate. Ara prides itself

on consistently reaching the top place.

So what makes Ara nursing graduates so

employable?

years of experience in delivering nursing

training, along with great facilities and

expert tutors, is the first key to success.

Secondly, the institute works closely with

the health sector to ensure that the training

aligns with what is needed on the ground

in the region’s hospital wards, community

health centres and aged care facilities. Ara

continues to develop innovative work-based

training that help prepare graduate nurses

for the real world of work.

Executive Director of nursing at

canterbury District Health Board (cDHB)

mary Gordon says the sector is closely

involved with nursing training at Ara

providing clinical placements for nursing

students, employing new graduate nurses

across the canterbury health system,

supporting nurses to undertake graduate

and post graduate education. nurses within

the canterbury health system are very

committed to supporting the training and

development of Ara nursing students. “These

students are our future nursing workforce.

They will be our future nursing educators

and leaders who will be shaping the health

system for the future.”

Head of nursing at Ara, cathy Andrew,

says nursing training is aligned to industry

conditions and the demands of modern

nursing. “We have excellent relationships

with clinical agencies and work closely

together to provide learning experiences

that are positive for students. We are seen as

national leaders in innovative clinical models

of learning and regularly receive feedback

that our graduates are actively recruited by

employers throughout new Zealand.”

march 2016 graduates of the Ara Bachelor

of nursing programme achieved a 90.3%

employment rate. They are out there working

in the sector in a variety of roles across the

spectrum of nursing including hospital

wards, mental health, community health,

aged care and emergency units.

KIDSTUFF

Celebration time

TiggeRS MonTeSSoRi nursery

and Preschool celebrates two years of

Montessori early Childhood education

with the introduction of our third class Prep

Room group The Kowhai Children.

The Discovery, Kowhai and Kahikatia

classes give small group focus for all

children 2½ plus to 5 covering all

curriculum areas Viz: Practical life,

Sensorial, Maths, Language, geography,

History and Social Sciences. our purpose

designed Art room ensures a great fostering

of children’s art and creativity.

The Junior room provides a wonderful

stepping stone as children transition

through from the nursery at the age of 2

years.

The indoor/outdoor flow in this

Kids love CASPA!

CASPA (Creative After School

Programmed Activities) offers children

the opportunity to be creative, make new

friends and try new experiences all within a

safe, nurturing environment. CASPA offers

working parents an affordable after school

and school holiday programme that their

kids just love!

CASPA is now pleased to advise they have

a new CASPA After School Programme at

Harewood School on Harewood Road.’

CASPA attributes its success to the

variety of activities on offer as well as the

convenience and affordability for parents.

CASPA kids enjoy an exciting range of

activities including sports, music, games,

drama, arts and craft as well as fun trips.

Inside Tiggers

CASPA

After School

& Holiday Programme

Creative

After

School

Programmed

Activities

environment provides the perfect

foundation to enable our children to

develop a love of learning and care of the

environment.

Weekly Ballet and Recorder lessons are

offered on site to children over 3 years.

Please phone 352 5025 to make an

appointment to visit us at 59 Harewood

Road www.tiggersmontessori.co.nz or see

us on facebook

Previous themes and activities have

included a Karaoke Dance Party, CASPA

Fear Factor, Healthy Art, out of Africa

and hundreds of other amazing themes/

activities!

CASPA parents enjoy peace of mind,

knowing their kids are safe and enjoying

the benefits of a quality after school

programme. Some parents and caregivers

also enjoy government subsidies for

CASPA. CASPA is Child Youth and Family

approved for the oSCAR Subsidy and in

some circumstances, the full CASPA fee

will be covered by the subsidy.

For more information or to enrol, call

Caroline, Rachel or Tania on 349 9260 or

visit www.caspa.org.nz

Tigger’s Montessori

“Enriching Children’s Lives”

• Nursery

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with small

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FLAME FILES

GUTTED: A garage fire on Linwood Ave started when hot ash was put in a bin.

Clean the lint filter in

your clothes dryer

• By Mark Thomas – Fire

Risk Management Officer

Tuesday [Edition June datE] 21 2016

TWO PROPERTY fires,

with all the drama and

heartache they entail,

occurred this week – the

result of very topical causes

reflecting the start of

winter.

In the early hours of

last Sunday, a household

in Parklands was alerted

by smoke alarms to the

fact the house was on

fire.

That there were operating

smoke detectors saved

a possible tragedy, but

the cause may have been

avoidable.

The origin of the fire

was traced to a clothes

dryer that had been started

before the occupants went

to bed.

There’s two points here.

Firstly, it isn’t known

whether the lint filter had

been cleared recently.

If it hadn’t, and this

should be done every

time the drier is used, it is

possible the contents just

got hotter and hotter to

ignition temperature.

Secondly, the use of

these things should probably

be restricted to when

you’re at home, up and

alert. Then you can deal

with problems immediately

as they occur.

The other fire was a classic

winter event, where fire

ash was left against the side

of a garage in Linwood on

Tuesday. Ash is an excellent

insulator. Hot embers

encased in the ash, inside a

bucket, will not cool down

for days.

In this case, heat transferred

through the ash, the

side of the bucket and the

iron cladding of the garage,

igniting the wooden

framing.

It is recommended that

five days is the minimum

time to expect ash to completely

cool.

That’s five days you must

keep the ash and bucket

outside and well away from

anything combustible.

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beware, not all cleaning companies are

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3

HOME & HEATING

Get rid of dampness

in your house

noW WITH the colder and wetter weather on its

way, home owners are focusing on ways to make

their homes comfortable, warm and healthy for

their families throughout winter. rISIng DAMP

is an issue that affects many of our older properties

which suffer from poor, or no, insulation. In

Canterbury especially, post-quake, many people

have relocated to homes that suffer from rising

damp which can be associated with health

problems. Independent tests have shown that

up to 40 litres of water can rise from the ground

and enter a house every day, leading to mildew,

mould, condensation and musty smells. Moulds

can produce various allergic reactions and the frail,

elderly and very young are especially vulnerable.

Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd is a locally

owned and operated firm. The team understands

the problems caused by rising damp and are there

to help. They will come to your damp home and

pump a lightweight, flowable foam concrete under

your timber floored home. Specially adapted for

our new Zealand conditions and applications

it provides a layer of protection against rising

moisture. An unexpected benefit that the team at

Canterbury Foam Concrete have noticed recently,

is that many owners of properties which had

underfloor foam concrete installed, reported that it

also provided protection against liquefaction after

the earthquakes.

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VenTILATIon

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for maintaining acceptable indoor air quality in

buildings.

Filtered air supply for summer and filtered

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nervous system. In summer, it’s easy to open

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

SOUTHERN VIEW

5 TIPS

for optimal NutritioN

The degree to which your body is

nourished with optimal nutritional choices

will have a profound effect on your overall

health and wellbeing. It will influence your

energy levels, your mental wellbeing, your

ability to burn fat, and the strength of your

immune system, among other things.

One of the most outstanding figures in the

history of medicine was the greek physician

hippocrates. he sums up the importance of

optimal nutrition choices in one line: “Let

food be thy medicine and medicine be thy

food.”

With winter upon us, now is a great

time to focus on increasing the number

of positive choices when it comes to

nourishing our bodies with great nutrition.

Base yOur nuTrITIOnaL regIme

arOund WhOLefOOds

Think nuts, seeds, grains, fruits, vegetables,

pulses and meat. make choices in these food

groups that are as close to the original food

as possible. This helps ensure the vitamins,

minerals and other nutrients

are still intact. for example, raw almonds

instead of roasted and/or salted ones.

ChOOse OrganIC

Organic farming places the utmost

importance on caring for the soil because it

forms the basis for health, for all life forms.

healthy soil encourages disease-resistant

plants, which then transfers to the animals

and people who consume those plants. By

choosing organic, you are opting for food

that has been grown without the use of

synthetic pesticides and without the routine

use of antibiotics.

drInk WaTer

your body can survive a surprisingly long

time without food, but it won’t last more

than a few days without water. Optimal

hydration is critical to ensure our muscles

and nerves function properly, and even mild

dehydration can lead to feelings of lethargy.

how much

to drink? The answer is quite simple – drink

until your wee is clear or almost clear. That’s

an easy way to measure whether you’re

getting enough.

Take TIme TO pLan and prepare

fOr eaTIng WeLL

It takes time and preparation to change your

habits. schedule out time to write shopping

lists, shop for food and prepare meals. plan

to eat before you shop to minimise the

chance of giving in to temptation foods –

or shop online to minimise even further.

make bulk meals to freeze for busy nights

and set aside time to prepare a packed

lunch the night before. keep useful kitchen

items in easy-to-reach places – for example,

put the blender on the bench rather than

in the cupboard so that healthy smoothie

preparation is quick and easy.

Change OnLy One smaLL ThIng

aT a TIme

you may feel overwhelmed by wondering

where to start improving your nutrition.

make one small, achievable change and once

that becomes a habit (something you can

do without a major effort), then focus on

something else. small changes are the key to

success. for example, instead of saying “I’m

only going to eat wholefoods from now on

and forever,” instead make your target more

realistic such as, “I’m going to increase to

eating at least four different vegetables per

day, on at least five days every week.”

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FOCUS ON HEALTH

Olive Leaf Extract

Nature’s Extraordinary Immune Support

As fAr ago as 1927 Doctors used olive leaf

to reduce fevers and knock out malaria.

scientists have discovered olive leaf contains

powerful nutrients that directly interfere and

even destroy nearly every type of disease

causing micro-organisms including bacteria,

fungi, mould, parasites, viruses and even

yeast infections. As well as this olive leaf has

immune enhancing benefits by activating

immune cells that fight infection. for these

reasons it has become a popular tonic herb

that can be used to keep the immune system

strong as well as when need to dramatically

speed up recovery of conditions like colds

and flu, pneumonia, tuberculosis, herpes,

shingles, urinary infections, yeast infections,

and much more. It has also been found

beneficial for chronic fatigue syndrome,

low energy levels, exotic and deadly tropical

diseases, two types of leukaemia and even

some cancers. In many chronic health

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immune system and allow the body to have

more energy to help heal itself.

Olive leaf has also been found to be

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normalise high blood pressure, improve

cholesterol quality, improve heartbeat

It Is well known how important omega-3

fatty acids are to good health. It is

estimated most people don’t even get a

third of the recommended omega-3 fatty

acids on a weekly basis. Countries with a

higher amounts of omega-3 in their diet

are known to have lower cardiovascular

disease and, in many cases, better overall

health.

recent research has shown inflammation

to be a big part of disease and the ageing

process.

fish oil can help reduce inflammation by

providing essential fatty acids required

by the body to heal itself and maintain

good health. Until now most fish oil

only contained omega-3 fatty acids in

triglyceride form. fish, however, naturally

contain omega-3 in triglyceride and

phospholipid form but until recently the

phospholipid form was lost due to the

manufacturing process.

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Olive leaf extract is so effective that too high

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drinking water and herbal teas especially

raspberry leaf can be quite effective. further

information on the amazing benefits of olive

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further info on this revolutionary new

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An indoor heated swimming pool with spa

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A fully-equipped gymnasium sporting

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The library is stocked with hundreds of

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A well-appointed crafts room for those

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A multi-function room with comfortable

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The main lounge offers a big-screen tV,

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A consulting room available for health

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A hairdressing and beauty salon.

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Executive “As is - Where is”

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4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 2 living rooms | 2 dining rooms | 3-car garage | 2 off-street parks | Listing Number: FM4893

If you’re seeking an extra large executive

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cannot be built out over the pool, estuary, city

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Enjoy sunsets, shelter from the easterly

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The master bedroom has a WIR, en suite,

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with an additional double parking bay. The

property is centrally placed within walking

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Partially insured but deemed a repair and

selling on an as-is basis.

Our owners have lived here very

comfortably since the earthquakes and over

the last 20 years, but their newly built home is

nearly complete are they highly motivated to

achieve a sale!

Open Home Dates: Wednesday

and Sunday 1-1.40pm. See you at

the Open Days, or for more

information contact Alison Carter of

Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead (Licensed

Agent REAA 2008) on 384 7950 or mob

0274 318 960.

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