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Help fades for rest home

residents battling big trucks

• By Emily O’Connell

LADY WIGRAM Retirement

Home residents trying to stop

trucks rolling through their

quiet neighbourhood are

unlikely to get the support of the

city council.

Halswell Ward city councillor

Anne Galloway has told Western

News and residents that a bylaw

is not likely to solve the problem.

Residents

have been

lobbying since

April when

they met with

Cr Galloway

and Wigram

MP Megan

Anne

Galloway

Woods asking

for a bylaw to

stop trucks

being allowed to drive through

Lodestar Ave.

It is a short cut to work sites in

the area and in Selwyn.

Their campaign made

international headlines recently

when Lady Wigram owner

John Tooby confronted four

residents who had put a sign on

the rest home’s fence pleading

for truck drivers to use another

route.

Mr Tooby abused and swore at

them and demanded they take

the sign down. The tirade was

recorded by a Star journalist who

NOISY: A large container truck on Lodestar Ave in Wigram.

was photographing the residents

when Mr Tooby arrived.

The city council is due to bring

in the city-wide Traffic and Parking

Bylaw 2017 by the end of the

year which will allow restrictions

to be placed on streets.

It will include allowing for the

banning of vehicles from being

parked on the road if they’re

advertised for sale, vehicles from

parking on berms, and stopping

heavy vehicles on certain streets.

But Cr Galloway doubts

whether the bylaw will apply to

Lodestar Ave. She says speed

is the main issue, not heavy

trucks.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Heavy vehicles account for

only 1.6 per cent of traffic volume

on Lodestar Ave, a report

has shown.

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News........................................3-7

YOU HAVE to sympathise with

Lady Wigram Retirement Village

residents in their bid to stop

trucks using Lodestar Ave.

They’ve just lost who thought

was an ally in city councillor

Anne Galloway (see page 1).

Our photo is the tip of the iceberg

of what is happening there.

It shows what people living on

Lodestar Ave have to put up with,

day in and day out.

The trucks are taking a short

cut through this residential street

and the authorities don’t seem to

care.

Residents went to Galloway and

Wigram MP Megan Woods for

help in April.

But Galloway says a city-wide

bylaw probably won’t work in

Lodestar Ave. She’s got to be joking!

So it looks like it is time for new

Government MP Megan Woods

to step up.

– Barry Clarke

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Pool location options revealed

• By Bridget Rutherford

THE FIVE locations being

considered for the $21 million

Linwood Woolston pool have

been revealed.

City council head of recreation,

sports and events John Filsell

said staff were looking at the

old nursery site on Smith St, the

old Linwood Service Centre site

over the road, Woolston Park,

Bromley Park

and the northwest

parcel of

Linwood Park.

“On initial

assessment, 141

Smith St, the old

nursery, had

notable advan-

John Filsell

tages over other sites – however

it is yet to be determined if a

preferred status will be given to a

particular site.”

Mr Filsell said until a site was

chosen, it was not yet known

whether any buildings, including

Linwood Service Centre, would

need to be demolished.

“Council will consider all the

advantages and implications of

any identified site before making

a decision.”

The community board room

is still operating out of the Linwood

Service Centre building

PREFERRED: The old nursery site on Smith St is one of five locations being looked at for the

Linwood Woolston pool. ​

on Smith St, but the centre and

library is now based at Eastgate

Shopping Centre.

A report is being prepared for

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board seeking

recommendations on what sites

should be put forward for public

consultation, Mr Filsell said.

“The decision around site

selection can only be made once

consultation and engagement

has been undertaken and an

options report generated. This is

expected early in 2018.”

Construction is meant to

begin at the end of 2019, with

$21,789,309 budgeted for the

project, Mr Filsell said.

He said the budget provided

for funding from 2017/18 to

2020/21.

But Linwood Ward city

councillor Yani Johanson said

the construction was originally

meant to begin next year, and he

could not understand why that

had changed.

“There’s an overwhelming

desire for it and the council

just needs to get on and get it

done.”

He said everyone agreed the

nursery site was the best option.

The former Woolston Outdoor

Pool, which sat next to the old

Woolston School, was removed

in 2006. The community has

been campaigning for a new one

for years.

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the Linwood Woolston pool?

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New Brighton was one of only

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during the early 1900s.

But on Saturday they won’t be

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the beach in a parade.

The fith annual Smash Palace

Bike Show will focus on the late

Geoff Hockley, a former bike enthusiast

and author.

Mr Hockley was a New Brighton

identity and a founding member of

the Pioneer Motorcycle Club.

In the 1960s, Mr Hockley wrote

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the history of the club.

The event will be linked to the

book and Mr Hockley’s son Tony

will attend the event.

Tony, 82, will be the judge of the

‘Gentleman’s Tribute’ on the day,

an award for who he believes is the

standout bike and rider on the day.

Event organiser Anna May said

previous motorcycle shows in New

Brighton have been a success. However,

this is the first year the bikes

will travel on the beach.

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Calendar of

sports legends

• By Sophie Cornish

NEW BRIGHTON rugby legend

Ian Penrose is one of many eastern

suburbs sporting greats to feature in

a new calendar.

Mr Penrose, 76, played 103 games

for Canterbury, including 64 as

captain, from 1963-71.

Local sports heroes over the

decades will be acknowledged in

the New Brighton Museum’s 2018

calendar.

Each year the museum has a different

theme for its calendar.

Mr Penrose said he was honoured

to feature in it.

“I always find them (the calendars)

very interesting having lived

down there for so long,” said Mr

Penrose.

Museum secretary Peggy Butterfield

said the idea came about when

she was looking through an old

Aranui speedway book.

She noticed east Christchurch had

three world speedway champions.

Ivan Mauger, Ronnie Moore, Barry

Briggs and another top rider in

Geoff Mardon.

“So serious research began late

last year, and we discovered the east

can certainly produce champions in

all sports,” said Mrs Butterfield.

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It can be purchased at the

museum or Home and Castle

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Chocolate factory dream a reality

• By Jono Edwards,

WHEN SAVANNA Leigh

turned 16 in June she tore the

packaging off a chocolate block

to find a shimmering golden

ticket. She knew exactly what

that meant.

“Charlie Bucket, I’m going to

be him,” the Halswell girl said

when she realised her dream

of re-creating Charlie and the

Chocolate Factory through

a tour of Cadbury World in

Dunedin.

Savanna, who has Down’s

syndrome, said she watched

both film versions of the Roald

Dahl classic “lots and lots.’’

She travelled to Dunedin

for the tour with her parents,

two siblings, uncle and grandmother.

The night before visiting the

factory, she stuck the ticket

above her bed in anticipation.

“I’m so excited, I just can’t believe

it,’’ she said before entering

the building.

The chocolate waterfall from

the films was something she

was especially keen to see.

Mother Sue Leigh said she

had thought about taking

Savanna to the factory for some

time.

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Her fascination with that

world began when she was

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Leigh said.

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music around her. She loves to

sing. I think she loves the idea

of walking into a factory and

being able to explore things.’’

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when she could come back, Mrs

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Mrs Leigh said when Savanna

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School after her trip, she was

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The family wanted to

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Tuesday October 31 2017 5

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U-turn on Diamond Harbour

ferry terminal bus stop plan

• By Sarla Donovan

THE DIAMOND Harbour

ferry terminal will retain two

bus stops after a U-turn from

the Lyttelton Port Company.

But it’s not budging on a decision

not to provide a dedicated

pick-up/drop-off zone.

The LPC has been under pressure

from community groups

over a move to reduce bus parking

spaces from three to one

and not provide a public drop

off zone, as part of its staff car

park development on Jetty 2.

LPC Chief Executive Peter

Davie said yesterday he had “listened

to the concerns expressed

by the Diamond Harbour Community

Association and the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board about the negative impact

reducing the bus service to

one stop would have on people

using the ferry. We have decided

to retain two bus stops so

there is no change to the 28 bus

service, while the 535 will pick

up and drop off people wanting

to catch the ferry from Norwich

Quay.”

While they wouldn’t provide

a dedicated pick up/drop off

zone for private vehicles, LPC

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would “facilitate access” for

people who needed to drop-off

goods, had young children or

who were physically impaired,

Mr Davie said.

“Regular users . . . can apply

for a permit to enable them to

be dropped off and picked up

close to the ferry. People who

are not regular users, but need

close access to the ferry, can

phone LPC Security 24 hours

a day, seven days a week to

arrange entry. As a secondary

option people can contact Black

Cat Cruises to facilitate access.”

Banks Peninsula Community

Board Chairwoman Christine

Wilson said the board was “delighted

that LPC has revisited

its plans.”

Stairs onto the Oxford

Street overbridge are being reinstalled,

reducing the walking

distance to the ferry.

“The community has been

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All work is scheduled to be

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from Woolston.

•From page 1

“I doubt the new bylaw will be

of any use. It seems that speed is

the issue and the recommendation

is for police to get more

involved in monitoring this,” Cr

Galloway said.

The traffic and speed count

report found an average of 1943

vehicles per day travelled on the

road – which is a high volume for

a local road.

Data also indicated about 300

vehicles per day travelled at or

above 60km/h.

But rest home residents are

disappointed.

“I was hoping the traffic people,

who know much more about this

than I do, could sort it out but it

doesn’t seem that way,” one told

Western News.

He has asked for anonymity

because of the fallout from

other residents over the Tooby

outburst.

He said trucks rumble past as

early as 4.30am, waking them up

and causing things to shake.

The report suggested speed

humps might help.

But the resident said that would

only cause more noise when the

trucks went over them.

Cr Galloway said the city council

wants people to feel safe walking

about their neighbourhood.

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Rest home’s truck battle

MESSAGE: Residents were

told to take down this protest

sign.

“We don’t want elderly folk to

feel stressed if they hear people

racing outside their residence,”

she said.

Wigram MP Megan Woods

said she will have to look at the

report and speak to Cr Galloway

about what they can do.

She said it’s a real issue because

unlike most residential streets,

the residents are generally home

during the working day.

City council traffic engineer

Edwin Tiong will ask police to

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Rosalie stocks New Zealand-made

garments where possible, though there are

also imported labels on the racks. Brands

include the very popular Black Pepper, as

well as Optimum, Royal Merino, Slade,

Equus and Piccadilly.

“Being an independent retailer I can

source my own styles so the stock in my

shop is more individual, and I only carry

a few of each style. I can also track down

specific items for a customer.”

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of sizes, starting from eight and ranging up

to 22 and 24 in selected styles.

To complement the garments, there is a

small range of accessories.

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for the spring and summer season.

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Tuesday October 31 2017 9

Southern ChiropraCtiC

3 kennedys bush rd, halswell (upstairs)

New premises for Southern Chiropractic

The move to bigger and brighter

premises means Southern Chiropractic

clients will feel envigorated when they

visit principal chiropractor Andre Grob.

“I have been based for 10 years in

Halswell so really wanted to find a

location that was still accessible for

my patients in this area and also easy

for those who travel further afield for

treatment,” Andre says.

The rooms are down the driveway

opposite Our Vet at Halswell on 3

Kennedy’s Bush Rd. There is plenty

of parking on the street in front of the

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A generous waiting area has standing

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The treatment room is spacious

and allows those who are seeking

chiropractic care ample room to talk to

Andre about what they are experiencing

as well as a separate area for him to

treat you.

For those who may not be aware

chiropractic treatment isn’t just about

specialised spinal adjustment. The

effective use of low level laser treatment

for assisting in the healing of deep tissue

and joint problems has been used for

more than 40 years.

This treatment, which uses photo

stimulation of mitochondria in cells,

is able to penetrate into the site of

injury to promote healing and reduce

inflammation – relaxing muscles and

reducing pain.

Andre has seen how the non-invasive

treatment has resulted in impressive

results for his clients.

The treatment, which only takes 15

to 20 minutes, is especially effective

with muscle and joint pain, stiffness

associated with arthritis, neck and lower

back pain. It is approved by the FDA and

Meta analysis by the Lancet Medical

Journal also endorses the treatment

saying it can reduce pain intensity,

disability and the reoccurrence of pain.

Andre can also provide other treatments

including adjustments, exercises,

stretches and muscle therapy – to

readjust the body or help it heal from

conditions that are physical in origin.

These can include problems such as

back pain, muscle spasms, headaches

and poor posture.

It is also completely appropriate to

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Tony Wessels and his team of qualified

technicians at Diesel Doctor in Addington

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vehicles. However, Tony says that

over recent years they have been finding

more and more vehicles are not being

serviced as regularly as they should be.

“Vehicle manufacturers are giving

longer service periods, and people don’t

understand why they need to have the oil

changed regularly,” Tony says.

“Changing the oil and filter cleans

out impurities before they start doing

damage to the engine.”

That’s just one of the many reasons

why changing your oil regularly is much

better for your engine than leaving it too

long, and motorists should do so more

regularly, in spite of what manufacturers

suggest, Tony advises.

As he points out: “The oil is really the

lifeblood of the engine.

“We have been seeing major engine

failures because of poor maintenance.

The newer engines have a finer tolerance

so there is potentially more chance of

major damage occurring than with older

vehicles.”

The cost of changing the oil can

be another factor for owners, with

manufacturers recommending synthetic

oil, which is quite expensive.

But as Tony points out: “In some cases,

a good-quality mineral oil may be of

more benefit.”

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Tuesday October 31 2017 11

St Andrew’s dominate Zonta awards

• By Andrew King

ST ANDREW’S College athletes

cleaned up at the Zonta Sports

Awards last week.

Previous winner and former

world under-23 cross-country

mountain bike champion Anton

Cooper spoke at the awards

which were initially created to

recognise the high achievements

of young sportswomen in

Canterbury, but later became a

combined women’s and men’s

event.

St Andrew’s had winners in

five of the six award categories.

Lawrence Arundell took

out the boys award for his

involvement in the school’s trap

shooting team.

Christina Shepherd won

the award for outstanding

achievement by a female athlete

with a disability for her efforts in

athletics this year.

Rower Ben Taylor won

the award for outstanding

achievement by a sportsman in

one sport.

Taylor, who lives in West

Melton, and teammate Thomas

Russel, brought home a silver

medal at the Junior World

Rowing Championships in

Bulgaria with the New Zealand

junior men’s coxless quad.

Both were selected after a

strong showing at the Maadi Cup

regatta earlier in the year.

St Andrew’s rowing eight

shared the most outstanding

team of young sportsmen award

with Christ’s College’s first XI

hockey team.

St Andrew’s won the Maadi

Cup by 0.98sec over Christ’s

College in April to claim their

maiden title.

Finally, the St Andrew’s senior

mixed tennis team took out the

outstanding mixed team

award.

SPORTS

GIVING BACK: Marian College student Renee Rae won the

girls award for he contribution to netball.

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Other winners included:

•Christchurch Girls’ High

rowing pair Grace Loveridge and

Laura Pinnell won the award

for most outstanding team of

sportswomen. The duo brought

home gold at the Maadi Cup

regatta and have not been beaten

this season. Loveridge was also

selected in the national team

for the Junior World Rowing

Championships.

JOINT WINNERS: Christ’s College’s first XI hockey team and the

St Andrew’s College rowing eight shared the most outstanding

team of young sportsmen at the Zonta Sports Awards.

•Burnside High golfer Amelia

Garvey was named most

outstanding sportswoman in one

sport.

•Christ’s College’s Will

Hutchinson won the boys award

for contribution to sports as

either an umpire, referee, coach,

or tutor. He received it for his

involvement with the school’s

touch team.

•Marian College netballer

Renee Rae won the girls

award in the same category as

Hutchinson.

•Middleton Grange’s Will

Stedman won the award for

most outstanding achievement

by a young sportsman with a

disability. Stedman took silver

in the T36 category at the World

Para Athletics Championships in

London this year.

•Rangi Ruru Girls’ School

netballer Kate Boyd won the

girls award for the most valued

contribution to a team for

coaching and playing. Rangi’s

Brittany Wang took out best

all-round sportswoman in more

than one sporting code.Wang

competed in trampoline,

hockey and athletics for the

school.

The awards, run in

conjunction with School

Sport Canterbury, were held

at the Hornby Working Men’s

Club on Thursday with 400

finalists, parents and supporters

celebrating their success.

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Children’s Halloween Party

Tuesday, 4-7pm

There will be face painting,

music, Games, treats and

fancy dress prizes for kids and

accompanying adults.

The Cashmere Club, 88 Hunter

Tce

Creative Writing on

Wednesdays

Wednesday, 4-5.45pm

Group leader, Jennifer works

with group members to craft,

create and develop their own

work. Bring with you to the

group some - pens or pencils,

even a laptop, paper, and any

of your wonderful ideas, storytelling,

or art.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Mid-Week Laughter Club

Wednesday, 6-7pm

The focus of the club is to

get over the stress of the first

part of the week and have a

positive outlook for the rest.

The event aims to release

endorphins and help you relax

and lower stress levels. There is

no comedy, stand-up or jokes

at this session. Instead, you are

encouraged to make yourself

laugh at nothing at all for the

purpose of relaxing.

St Marks Methodist Church,

Email emily.oconnor@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

cnr Barrington and Somerfield

Sts. Entry $2

Book Discussion Group

Wednesday 7.15pm onwards

For those who love reading

and want to share in discussion

with other friendly book lovers.

This group subscribes to

the Book Discussion Scheme

so there is a cost involved. Held

on the first Wednesday of each

month.

South Library, 66 Colombo St

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre.

Beckenham Exercise Class

Friday, 9.30-10.30am

Designed for people living

with long-term health conditions.

Classes generally occur

weekly other than on public

holidays. Ph 0800 663 463 to

register.

St Marks Methodist Church,

cnr Barrington and Somerfield

Sts.

Spreydon Social Games

Club

Saturday, 10am-noon

Join a friendly game or two of

Upwords, Scrabble, cards, Chess,

Mahjong and more.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St

St Marks School Fair

Saturday, 10am-3pm

St Marks is hosting a fair with

a lot on offer for everyone. Stalls

include baking, arts and crafts,

white elephants and near new

clothes. Family entertainment; a

kaleidoscopic collection of artists

and artiste will keep you entertained

throughout the day. Loads

of tasty treats – from the humble

sausage sizzle to the heights of

world cuisine, there will be souvlaki’s,

whitebait fritters, nachos,

candy floss, snow cones and

more. A variety of new and traditional

fair games to win prizes.

Adventures to be had, walk on

water, bumper boats, bouncy

castles, haunted classrooms to

name just a few. For more information

visit our Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/

stmarks.schoolfair/.

Locarno St, Opawa.

Christchurch Dickens

Fellowship

Saturday, 2-4pm

If you enjoy reading or learning

about the works of Charles

Dickens, good company, and

afternoon tea, go along to this

monthly meeting. The next

meeting will be presenting

Dickens’s comic operetta, The

Village Coquettes. For further

information, phone 021 167

6998. Free entry.

Hagley House, Hagley

Community College, 510 Hagley

Ave, Addington.

Girls Minecraft Club

Saturday, 2.30-3.30pm

Get creative, start crafting.

Build imaginative worlds and

battle nocturnal creatures at the

Time for a cup of tea at

the Shabby Chic Market.

The market will be held on

Sunday at the Rochester

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The event starts at 11am and

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jewels, collectibles, retro,

kitsch and kitchen, antiques,

craftworks, furniture,

restored, revamped and

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be Devonshire teas in the

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last 7 years, the forces that rattled our city

have continued to rattle its citizens and this

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and respond in their day to day lives.

Of course this is not the only contributor

and it must be remembered that any

mental health problem is not a clear cut

issue. However parents, teachers, doctors

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children and young adults have noticed a

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They are seeing things such as increased

irritability, aggression, separation anxiety,

sleep disturbances and moodiness. The

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So what natural options are there to help

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brain can result in increased inflammation

and the disruption of signaling between

nerves, this contributes to conditions such

as anxiety. Taking a supplement that also

includes vitamin D will help increase the

absorption of the EFA’s.

B Vitamins & Magnesium - correct

nutritional deficiency

Low levels of nutrients such as B vitamins

and magnesium have been linked

to anxiety and other mental health

conditions. When we are under stress our

bodies use more of these nutrients and

our requirement is higher. B vitamins are

necessary for the production and release of

neurotransmitters, while magnesium helps

to regulate the nervous system. Magnesium

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cardiovascular system which can be put

under extra stress when suffering from

anxiety.

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without sedation - basically it encourages

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anxiety. There are also other remedies

such as Bach flower remedies, essential oils

and herbs that can make a big difference

in your child’s mental health. Herbal

teas such as Passionflower, Chamomile,

Lemon Balm and Licorice are all helpful to

encourage a feeling of calm. Bach flowers

can be individually prescribed to suit the

individual child’s emotional personality,

they are very effective in helping to

reduce feelings of fear, loneliness, fatigue,

hopelessness, restlessness and sadness.

Our Herbalist Nadine, is available to

prescribe Bach flower remedies as well

as herbal formulas and give advice on

which nutrients are the most suitable.

She is available for private consultations

on Tuesday and Thursday 10-2pm and

within the store at other times.

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Tuesday October 31 2017 15

HEALTH & BEAUTY

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REAL ESTATE

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4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 2 living rooms | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | Listing ID BE192909

Locations like this don’t come up often

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overseas, this is a rare opportunity to settle

somewhere very special. In a park like

setting with gently sloping lawns and lush,

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With nothing in the way, it’s a magnificent

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to life’s daily stresses.

The classic homestead sits at the top of

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four bedrooms, two living, 2 sunrooms and

a large library/office that could be a fifth

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with a huge kitchen at the heart. Granite

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There are two luxury bathrooms one

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2PM-4PM

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Big screen race viewing; Full TAB

TUESDAY 14th NOVEMBER

$15

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Fri, Sat, Sun

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& THE VISCOUNTS

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50 Colombo St | Ph 03 332 0092

www.cashmere club.co.nz


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