Pegasus Post: July 16, 2019

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New Brighton Rd

repairs to

start soon

Pedestrian safety

outside hospital

a step closer

Bebe Frayle Greg Sugrue

People’s Choice - Labour

Burwood Community Board

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Devotion to others earns award

HONOUR: Carole Gibson has received a Coastal-Burwood Community Service Award for volunteering at Parklands Baptist

Community Church.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

• By Matt Slaughter

YOU CAN do a lot for

yourself in five or six hours

a week.

But for the last seven years,

Carole Gibson has been

devoting this time to others.

The 75-year-old Prestons

resident is one of 12 people from

the east who received Coastal-

Burwood Community Service

Awards earlier this month for

their contributions to the area.

Mrs Gibson has volunteered

at Parklands Baptist Community

Church organising a

friendship group and foot clinic

for over-50s and a craft group.

She said she had become

involved with the church to

help people who were socially

isolated find companionship.

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Authorised by J McLellan, 6 Braddon Street, Addington

Criticism

erupts over

decision to

not start

Oram Ave

work early

• By Matt Slaughter

THE CHANCE of work on the

Oram Ave extension in New

Brighton not starting as soon

as hoped has received heavy

criticism online.

Pegasus Post reported last

week the city council did not

approve the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board’s Annual

Plan request to make $400,000

available between now and 2021

so the extension of Oram Ave

from New Brighton mall to

Hawke St could start sooner than

2026.

City council transport

planning and delivery manager

Lynette Ellis said the city council

asked for more information on

the project’s funding needs before

making the money available.

Coastal Ward city councillor

David East was disappointed

with this decision, saying it

could take “a few months” for

the information to be provided,

which could delay the project

starting and negatively impact on

businesses in the suburb.

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THe Battle of the Shingle Pile appears to be

over (see page 4).

Pegasus Post fired the first salvo a few

weeks ago, backing the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board’s bid to get the eyesore

cleaned up after city council staff seemed

disinterested.

Phil Mauger, who is running for city council in the Burwood

Ward, read the Pegasus Post article and charged into the dispute,

getting his contracting staff to clean it up – well most of it

anyway.

It looked decidedly like electioneering, in spite of Mauger

saying it wasn’t. Then the battle erupted when Pegasus Post

interviewed his rival Glenn Livingstone over electioneering and

the shingle pile.

But now Mauger has finished the job.

Peace has returned – but for how long?

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Tuesday July 16 2019 3

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New Brighton Rd repairs to start soon

• By Matt Slaughter

THE $1.2 million repair of

a damaged stretch of New

Brighton Rd is set to begin in

October.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim Money

spoke to Pegasus Post in March

saying the community board

wanted New Brighton Rd to be

repaired before the end of 2021.

The board

has got its

wish. The most

badly damaged

section between

Wattle Drive

and Bower

Ave should be

repaired by

Kim Money

March next

year.

Said Ms

Money: “That’s definitely the

main problem area on New

Brighton Rd, so that’s the

piece that we wanted to be

done.”

Ms Money said the road had

been cracked and covered in

potholes for eight years since the

earthquakes.

It had also been prone to

flooding, she said.

City council planning and

delivery transport manager

Lynette Ellis said both of these

issues would be addressed during

the repairs.

“We are repairing and resurfacing

the existing road. If there

are drainage issues that can be

corrected, these will be done at

the same time.”

Ms Money said the damage

to the road had had a negative

impact on people’s well-being.

“Every day they’re reminded

that this road has needed to be

repaired for eight years and it

hasn’t been done yet.

“Plus, the flooding that continually

gets onto that stretch of

road, hasn’t helped the situation.

“To have that fixed, we can

finally put that behind us.”

Ms Money said if funds were

left over after the Bower Ave/

Wattle Drive section of New

Brighton Rd was fixed, these

would go towards repairing the

area between Bower Ave and

Palmers Rd.

POTHOLES:

The $1.2

million repair

of New

Brighton Rd

between

Wattle Drive

and Bower

Ave is set

to begin in

October and

be finished by

March next

year.

PHOTO:

MARTIN

HUNTER

She hoped the repair of the

rest New Brighton Rd would

be completed soon after the

first section was finished next

year.

Asked if this would happen,

Ms Ellis said: “The remainder

of the road is regularly assessed

and prioritised with other roads

in the city and any works to

be undertaken will need to be

co-ordinated with other utility

works that may be required.”

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and gardens in New Brighton

to be placed on a regular

maintenance schedule. The

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board asked for this to happen

and has voiced concerns about

the state of the area in the past.

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East Christchurch Housing

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lease of the land for six years. It

has also recommended the funds

earmarked for the demolition

of the dwelling and garage be

gifted to the trust to go towards

its renewal.

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• By Matt Slaughter

Tuesday July 16 2019

Council hopeful finishes

clearing shingle pile

PHIL MAUGER has followed

through with his promise to

clear a pile of shingle in a car

park near The Bower.

Pegasus Post previously

reported the Maugers

Contracting Ltd boss, who

is trying to oust Burwood

Ward city councillor Glenn

Livingstone for his seat in

October’s local body elections,

got a digger and started clearing

piles of shingle last month,

which had been there since the

earthquakes.

But one pile remained and Mr

Mauger said it would be cleared

by July 5, and it was.

Mr Mauger said he was always

going to follow through and get

the job done as soon as he and

his staff were on the east side of

town.

“Our gear was in the area and

it was a bit wet on Friday, so we

said stuff it, we’ll go and do that

because we can do that in the

wet weather.

“We’ll always get around to

getting it done, it just came

down to timing because it had

to fit into what we were doing

because we were doing it for

nothing.”

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim Money

spoke to Pegasus Post last month

about the need to clean up the

shingle piles, which led Mr

Mauger to take matters into his

own hands.

Ms Money praised Mr Mauger

for finishing the job.

“I just think it’s great when

people put their hand up and are

willing to help the community,

which is awesome and saves

the council a job and it’s been

done a little bit earlier than

anticipated.”

THe city council told Pegasus

Post last moth dumping in

the car park is illegal and has

now placed signs in it saying:

“Contractors are not to stockpile

materials in this area.”

TEAMWORK: A crew from Phil Mauger’s contracting business

cleared shingle from a car park near The Bower.

Cr Livingstone told

Pegasus Post last month he

believed Mr Mauger cleaning

up the shingle piles was

“electioneering.”

Mr Mauger said others had

expressed the same opinion

online, but he had done what he

said he was going to do and was

not worried what people thought

of his actions.

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“You’re never going to please

everyone all of the time.”

He said he would use the last

of the shingle, which had been

cleared to cover muddy and wet

ground at his worksites.

Mr Mauger said his focus

was now on door-knocking

and talking to residents about

changes they wanted to see in

Burwood.

Pedestrian safety outside

hospital could be improved

Readers react to the war

of words which erupted

between Burwood Ward

city council candidates

Phil Mauger and Glenn

Livingstone over the

removal of shingle from a

car park near the Avon River

Sandy Robb – Great to see a

man like Phil Mauger standing

for Burwood. An action man is

what is needed, not a talker. He

will get my vote.

Brian Seque – As someone

who has lived in Burwood for 30

years and has seen nothing of Cr

Livingstone in all the times he

has been the councillor, I have

PEGASUS POST

CONCERNS: Hans Wouters

discussed dangers for

wheelchair users such

as Brett Ladbrook when

crossing the road outside

Burwood Hospital.

• By Matt Slaughter

IMPROVED pedestrian safety

measures outside of Burwood

Hospital could be a step closer.

New Zealand Spinal Trust

chief executive Hans Wouters

said a meeting at the Burwood

and Mairehau Rds intersection

last Tuesday between it, city

council staff, the Coastal-

Burwood Community Board,

New Zealand Transport Agency

and Canterbury District Health

Board representatives went well.

Pegasus Post reported last

month the trust wanted traffic

lights to replace the traffic

islands and roundabout at the

intersection to keep unexperienced

wheelchair users from

Burwood Spinal Unit and other

patients safe while crossing it.

Mr Wouters said the trust’s

safety concerns were heard at

the meeting and city council

staff would now report back to

those who attended with their

feedback.

City council transport operations

manager Steffan Thomas

told Pegasus Post last month

there were plans to improve the

intersection, but Mr Wouters

had been told this would be “a

couple or three years down the

track.”

Mr Wouters hoped the meeting

will lead to these improvements

happening sooner and

traffic lights would be chosen as

the best option to improve the

intersection.

“I’m confident that once the

report comes back, those people

on the inside will be saying

okay, so what’s next? Who has

the ball? Let’s get movement to

make it happen.

“I think what we’ve been able

to do is just say, look, you’ve

got it earmarked way down the

track, but really, we need to

bring it forward, because it is

an issue that’s not going to get

better.”

also seen none of his so-called

work for the community. In fact,

the last time of hearing anything

about him was his motion to city

council that QE II should be shut

for a time for the Muslim women

community to be able to swim.

Why has he not been lobbying for

the roads to be repaired? They are

still disgraceful after eight years.

He, I think, is past his use by date

and should step aside for new

blood to come through and look

after the interests of the east side.

If he is looking for the tap on the

shoulder for higher political office,

then he needs to be told that

is not going to happen. But hey,

anything is possible within this

left-leaning council.

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Tuesday July 16 2019 5

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Estuary edge images and info wanted

• By Matt Slaughter

PEOPLE HAVE been asked for

their insights on the estuary edge

before and immediately after the

earthquakes.

The city council and Coastal

Futures want people to share

photos of the

estuary edge and

its surroundings

from this time

period and any

observations

about what has

changed.

David

Griffiths

City council

head of planning

and strategic

transport David Griffiths said

the goal of this project was to use

photos and people’s knowledge

to help address earthquake

legacy issues and develop a

strategy to protect surrounding

properties from flooding and

erosion.

Mr Griffiths said what people

shared would be used to identify

the needs of nearby residents and

what they think should be done.

“A contractor has been commissioned

to undertake technical

work to identify the pre and

post-earthquake physical state

FUTURE PROTECTION: The city council want photos of the estuary edge before and just

after the earthquakes and residents’ insights on what has changed to help the surrounding

area prepare for the future.

of the estuary edge and changes

that have occurred. Drone

footage being commissioned by

ECan is being shared with the

council to inform this work.

Community members have been

asked to provide any photographs

they have of the estuary

edge that might support this

analysis of earthquake-generated

change.”

Southshore Residents Association

chairwoman Lynda

Burdekin said much of the

infrastructure in place to protect

properties closest to the estuary

edge from erosion had been

wiped out due to the earthquakes.

Very little had been done since

to replace this infrastructure,

Mrs Burdekin said.

She was pleased the city

council was finally working with

residents to establish the best

way to protect their properties in

the future, but felt this had taken

too long to happen.

“It’s the first time in nearly

eight years the council have

agreed that there is an issue and

it needs to be looked at.”

Mrs Burdekin hoped the city

council would listen to people’s

input and the amount of protection

around the estuary edge

would return to pre-earthquake

levels.

“We’re interested in having

things back to where they were

because that’s not really been

looked at in all these years, but

also with an eye to the future,

what we can do practically and

sensibly to ensure that people

in Southshore can live in their

homes safely for a decent length

of time,” she said.

The photos and information

collected during this project

will be reported back to the city

council in August.

Mr Griffiths said this was

part of the city council’s new

role leading the Southshore and

South New Brighton regeneration

strategy, which it took over

from Regenerate Christchurch

in May.

Possible delays to Oram Ave project criticised

•From page 1

Last week’s article was posted

on the Peoples Independent Republic

of New Brighton Facebook

group and received 156 comments

from people who shared

Cr East’s disappointment.

“Again, and again and again

– poor old New Brighton on the

backburner once more,” read one

comment.

Another read: “Once again, the

mayor, council, and Development

Christchurch Ltd are throwing

the residents of New Brighton,

who want to see their neighbourhood

move forward with the extension

of Oram Ave, under the

bus regarding this much-needed

improvement for the area. It

would be so nice if just once they

would stick to the plan and get

things completed as planned.”

Said another comment: “I’m

prepared to start a petition about

Oram Ave and progressing New

Brighton development. What do

you all think?”

Some commentators wanted

the city councillors who opposed

the funding being made available

sooner for the extension to

be named, but Cr East said this

never went to a vote.

He said if it had, he felt the

proposal would not have been

supported and in spite of it not

being his preferred option, asking

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However, Cr East said he

was “not surprised at all” the

commenters shared his concern

about the delay this could have.

“When matters concerning the

Coastal Ward and the Burwood

Ward are considered in council,

it’s never a straight forward

process, there’s always more

consultation required or some

delay.

“A similar sort of project

anywhere else in the city seems

to sort of go through with

consummate ease.”

When asked to comment on

Cr East’s statements, and those

on Facebook, the city council

did not respond before Pegasus

Post’s deadline.

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Buying flower shop the right decision

• By Matt Slaughter

NEW BRIGHTON Florist

would have closed if it wasn’t

for Pauline Turner’s decision six

years ago.

She took over its ownership

at a time when the earthquakes

were fresh in people’s minds and

some businesses in the area were

struggling.

The New Brighton resident

of about 20 years said her love

for its seaside surroundings and

people meant this was a chance

she was willing to take.

“The old owner was going to

close the doors. I thought that

can’t happen, the shop has to

stay open because it’s a bright

little spot.”

Ms Turner worked at New

Brighton Florist for seven years

before buying the shop, which

had been open since 1964.

This decision was not a financial

one, but her way of giving

back to a community, which had

been hit hard after the earthquakes.

“It was to support the New

Brighton area, totally.”

The community had been supporting

her in return ever since.

“The local people have really

appreciated it and they’ve been

extremely loyal.”

Ms Turner moved to Russley

from Hertfordshire in England

as a six-year-old. She knew

she wanted to move to New

Brighton when she first visited.

“I was 10, we’d come to New

Brighton to the beach and that

was that, as far as I was concerned

that was where I

was going to live when I grew

up.”

The birth of her two children

Steven Turner and Alice

Henderson in the 1980s meant

the time was right to make the

move.

They lived in Marriotts Rd until

the children reached school

age, then shifting to Woolston

so they could attend Rudolf

Steiner School.

After both children graduated,

Ms Turner moved back, buying

a house in Lonsdale St and

starting her job at New Brighton

Florist.

This saw two dreams come

true at once. She was able to

use her years of experience

in floristry to give back to

LOYAL:

Pauline Turner

has not looked

back after

taking over the

ownership of

New Brighton

Florist to save

it from closing

six years ago.

PHOTO:

MARTIN

HUNTER

the community she loved the

most.

Ms Turner said she hadn’t

looked back since her decision a

few years later to buy the florists.

She was exactly where she

wanted to be.

“It’s a community, I see New

Brighton as a beautiful, supportive

community.

“It’s like an extended family

feeling.

“I wouldn’t want to be

anywhere else.”

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OPEN: Volunteers celebrating

the launch of the Riverlution

Community Gathering Space

and Cafe on Wednesday.

Community

space opens

in Richmond

RICHMOND Community

Garden and Greening the Rubble

has launched the Riverlution

Community Gathering Space and

Cafe.

Volunteers who helped to set

up the new space gathered at the

River Rd site on Wednesday to officially

open it and celebrate their

hard work. They were treated to

an afternoon tea.

Richmond Community Garden

co-founder Cathy Allden said a

number of community members

and businesses had helped to

make the project possible.

The garden’s chairwoman Hayley

Guglietta said the area would

be great for Richmond.

“The Riverlution Cafe is a really

important connector between the

people starting to use the river

trail and our suburb.”

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Services to community recognised

•From page 1

Since moving to Christchurch

from Suffolk in England 11

years ago, Mrs Gibson said she

“saw there was a need for help.”

She said of volunteering at

the church: “it was what I was

meant to do.”

Mrs Gibson had seen

hundreds of people get exactly

this out of the activities she

helped to organise.

And this was what had kept

her coming back for so many

years.

“We get a lot of people

that just want to come and

talk and it’s their only outing

for the week, so it’s that

fellowship and companionship.

As well as being a church

group, we are there for the

community to give them an

outing, give them a place to go

if they want to sit and talk and

be warm.

“We’re doing our little bit to

help the world go around and to

make the place a nicer, friendlier

place and, for me, it’s my way of

serving the lord.”

Mrs Gibson said having her

volunteer work recognised

with an award had been a great

feeling and her proud daughters

Sarah and Clair had come to

watch her receive it.

Other award winners

Jim Nicholls – For his

services as the Kite Man. He has

voluntarily flown his colourful

and spectacular kites on the

foreshore of New Brighton and

North Beach for many years,

including as part of multiple

community events. He loves to

pass his passion on to others who

are interested in the hobby of kit

flying and created a free website

to share useful advice and tips.

David

Collins – For

services to the

Dallington

Community. He

has volunteered

as part of the

Dallington

Community Cottage Trust, as

part of Civil Defence, with the

Scout jamboree, as a member of

the Shirley Primary School PTA,

his church, as part of Canterbury

Neighbourhood Support and

as a volunteer driver for Archer

Retirement Home.

John and Heather

Pickworth – For their work with

the community lunch programme

as part of Compassion Trust.

They have been involved in the

programme for just over four

years. In the last year alone, them

and their team have provided over

972 voluntary hours to provide

fortnightly community lunches

for those in need.

Sarah Butterfield – For

services to the eastern suburbs.

She has been involved in groups

such as the Avon-Otakaro

Network, Avon-Otakaro

Incorporated, Food Resilience

Network, Central City

Christchurch Aunties, Wainoni

Avonside Community Services

Trust, Soil and Health and New

Brighton School boards. Her

work with these organisations

has provided valuable input to

many programmes and projects

in the eastern community.

Joy Brandon – For services to

the Parklands and wider eastern

communities. She has been

involved in a number of groups,

including Parklands Ladies

Probus Club, Neighbourhood

Watch, the Older Generation’s

forum, bowls, the Child Cancer

Foundation, Christchurch

Marathon and Rotary.

Annie van der Dussen

– For her volunteer work

with Arthritis Hydro. She is

a supervisor for water-based

exercises at the Burwood

Hospital Pool. The exercises in

the hydro pool provide relief to

arthritis sufferers, with people

from across Christchurch

attending. This service has

survived due to work from

volunteers like her.

Soozie

Bragg – For

services to

the South

New Brighton

Community.

She has been

actively involved

in a number of organisations

including Renew Brighton, The

Bridge South Brighton Trust,

Sustain South Brighton, Te

Waka Aroha South Brighton and

recently organised the Save Our

Suburbs Community Safety Expo.

Fay Dearden – For her work

with Arthritis Hydro. Arthritis

New Zealand was previously

operating the hydro pool at

Burwood Hospital and was

looking at closing it down. The

running of the service was taken

over by volunteers to ensure

its survival. She volunteers as

a supervisor for water based

activities at the pool.

Jack Lawson – For

his work with the Burwood-

Pegasus Community Watch.

He has been a member since

2007 and is on a monthly roster.

His nominators reported the

excellent way that he interacts

with the Community, who feel

safe when the community watch

is around.

Timothy Evans – For

services to the Brooklands

Volunteer Fire Brigade. He has

been a member of the brigade

for more than 25 years. During

that time, he has given time

and expertise to planning for

scenarios and training. He was

heavily involved in the work

around the earthquakes and Port

Hills fires.

Leonie

Hawkey – For

her work at

the Wainoni

Avonside

Community

Services Trust.

She helps with

monthly themed fundraisers

and generously contributes her

home baking. She is often the

photographer for the events and

is great at sending these photos to

local reporters.


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Avonside claim fourth at

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• By Jacob Page

AVONSIDE GIRLS’ High School

finished fourth in the combined

year 9 and 10 grade at the South

Island junior netball tournament

at Hagley Park last week.

Avonside went through pool

play unbeaten, taking down

Golden Bay High 36-20, South

Westland School 39-2 and

Cromwell College 34-19 to

comfortably top their group.

Their unbeaten run continued

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The third and fourth play-off

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Gore High, but Gore eventually

prevailed 30-22.

It was the tournament’s 22nd

year at Hagley Park.

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School cyclist Amelia Sykes

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watch in the future by winning

the under-16 individual time

trial at the South Island road

championships at Ruapuna

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Sykes, who has won a silver

medal in the event at the national

level in March, won the event

with a time of 5min 12.67sec.

She was almost four seconds

clear of Amye Kellow from

Christchurch Girls’ High School

with Cashmere High School’s

Annabel Bligh a further 11sec

back in third.

Sykes has regularly competed

for Canterbury and has impressed

on both the road and

the track in recent seasons. She

has won national gold medals

on both surfaces.

More than 230 riders took

part in the South Island road

event, organised by Cycling

Canterbury Schools at Mike

Pero Motorsport Park. They

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Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday 10am-noon (by appointment)

Go along for a group offering

assistance to mature people with

modern technology including

computers, tablets, smartphones,

email, Facebook, Skype, Word,

cellphones and the internet. Ph:

382 6048

202 Marine Pde (next to the

New Brighton Club)

JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will be

available to members of the community

to witness signatures and

documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

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charge.

Shirley Library

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Falls Prevention Exercise

Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a specially-designed

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will be a $2 koha entry. There is

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class can do for them.

Parklands Community Centre

Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Ascot Sit and Be Fit

Wednesday, 1-2pm, and Thursday,

9.30-10.30am

Complete a class of exercises

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or coffee.

Ascot Community Centre

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along and take part in

different activities based on

local and current events in

a learning environment.

Homework help is available

during this time. Free and no

bookings required.

Aranui Library

Scrabble Club

Tuesday and Wednesday, 1.30-

3.30pm and 1-2.45pm

Go along to the Scrabble

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friendly group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Parklands and Shirley

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Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

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Local

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Gluten and dairy-free treat options

Fire rages, homes at risk

Are you intolerant to gluten

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treat? These two recipes

are all straightforward

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allergy-friendly options

Carrot cake

Serves 8-10

Cooking time 10min

Ingredients

150g flour mix (see below)

180g sugar

2 tsp ground cinnamon

1 tsp baking powder

½ tsp salt

80ml canola oil

40g sweetened soy yoghurt

2 eggs

200g grated carrot

Icing

100g spreadable cream cheese

50g butter

100g icing sugar

Decoration

25g crushed pistachios

Pecans

Toasted flaked coconut

Edible flowers

Homemade flour mix – makes

1kg

500g rice flour

300g cornflour (cornstarch)

100g potato starch

100g almond meal

2g xanthan gum

Directions

Heat the oven to 180 deg C.

Combine the flour mix, sugar,

cinnamon, baking powder and

salt. Add the canola oil, soy

yoghurt, eggs and grated carrot.

Whisk until the batter is well

combined and smooth.

Pour the batter into a greased

loaf tin and bake for 40min.

Allow to cool.

To make the icing, beat the

cream cheese, butter and icing

sugar until creamy. Spread

the icing over the top of the

cake. Decorate with pistachios,

pecans, flaked coconut and

edible flowers. The homemade

flour mix can be varied by

incorporating 100g tapioca

starch or chestnut flour

(reducing the quantity of rice

flour by the same amount) for

cake batters.

Matcha cream puffs

Serves 4-6

Cooking time 30min

Ingredients

Choux pastry

250ml water

6g salt

100g butter or margarine

150g flour mix (see carrot cake

recipe)

5-6 eggs

Icing sugar

Matcha cream

100g single (pure) cream

200g mascarpone cheese

15g sugar

15g matcha powder

Directions

Heat the oven to 200 deg

C. Combine the water, salt

and butter or margarine in a

saucepan and bring to the boil.

When the butter has melted,

add the flour mix to the boiling

butter mixture and quickly mix

with a spatula until the mixture

is well combined and comes

away easily from the side of the

pan.

Pour into a mixing bowl and

add the eggs, mixing with the

spatula until smooth. Spoon the

dough into a piping bag fitted

with a 1cm plain nozzle.

Pipe small balls of choux on to

a baking tray lined with baking

paper. Bake for 30min. Let the

balls cool before cutting off the

top third of each puff.

To make the matcha cream,

Whisk the well-chilled cream

with the mascarpone until light

and airy, then add the combined

sugar and matcha powder.

Spoon the cream into a piping

bag fitted with a 1cm star nozzle

and pipe into the choux. Replace

the lids and dust with icing

sugar.

Myth # 2

You can trust

everything you

read.

Yeah right! There’s a lot of news

available out there, but some sources

are more informed than others.

2 out of 3 readers agree newspapers are

their most trusted source of news and

information*

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you read, make sure you’re reading a

newspaper.

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This striking executive home makes

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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.

Contact Canterbury Foam Concrete

Ltd now for your free, no obligation

quote and complimentary appraisal of

your underfloor ventilation needs. Phone

03 376 4608 or 0508FOAMCO for more

information.

What makes a great

Heat Transfer System?

There are a number of Heat Transfer

systems on the market. Smooth-Air

ventilation specialists offer a range of HTU

Heat Transfer Units with carefully selected

components to optimise the system:

They use insulated duct to transfer the

heated air with as little heat loss as possible.

The fan moves sufficient air for the distance

and number of rooms, without being noisy.

The diffusers send the heat to the floor,

not to skim the across the ceilings. All

components are good quality - designed to

operate for years without problems.

Smooth-Air’s HTUs come in a range of

options: One to four rooms, with or without

thermostat and with a choice of grilles and

diffusers. HTUs improve energy efficiency

in your house, as you are using excess

heat. They have low power consumption

- only 80watts for the three room system.

Circulating air through the house also

reduces the risk of damp.

You can also choose the HTU version

with downjet diffusers, which throw the

warm air downwards to the floor. These

downjet diffusers can also be adjusted to

regulate which room receives the most

warm air.

An average size living room requires 2-4

kw of heating, yet appliances such as log

burners generate heat in the region of 10

-20kw. This leaves an excess of 8 -16kw of

heat which sits at high level in the heated

room, usually above door level.

Heat transfer units work best where very

hot air has ‘stratified’ into a layer near the

ceiling. So heat pumps, which circulate

warm air around the room with no

layering, are not suitable as a heat source

by themselves. However, if you have both

log burner and a heat pump, heat transfer

systems with thermostat can work very

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the heat from the fire has heated the room,

and the heat transfer kicks in above this

point, once there is a layer of hot air at the

ceiling.

Contact Smooth-Air on 0800 SMOOTH

(0800 766 684) to ask how they can help

you with your Heat Transfer, as well as

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Transfer your heat to the bedrooms

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