Southern View: July 16, 2019

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CASHMERE basketballer

Louis Oskam was determined

to show off his skills on the

court this year.

Now the 18-year-old has

been rewarded for his patients

after he was selected to be

part of the Steven Adams

Invitational training session at

Horncastle Arena on Sunday.

The invitational is a chance

for some of the best secondary

school players in New Zealand

to learn from the Oklahoma

City Thunder NBA centre and

other skilled coaches.

Fellow Cashmere High

player Thomas Webley has

also been selected for the

camp but will not attend due

to a broken elbow, while St

Andrew’s College player Nac

Stodart and Christ’s College’s

Mason Whittaker will also

take part. •Turn to page 12

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Cashmere star hopes to shine at Steven Adams camp

ON THE RISE: Cashmere High basketballer Louis Oskam has been selected to take part

in the Steven Adams Invitational camp at Horncastle Arena on Sunday.

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.

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 of

the estuary edge and changes that

have occurred.

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from the editor’s desk

CASHMERE HIGH School basketballer

Louis Oskam will be in his element this

weekend (see page 1).

The promising power forward has been

chosen for the Steven Adams Invitational

training session at Horncastle Arena

on Sunday. It’s just reward after he was ruled out of Adams’

training session last year because of injury.

That injury also kept him out of Cashmere High’s national

secondary school championship campaign. Injury too has

struck another Cashmere High player, Thomas Webley. He has a

broken elbow, ruling him out of Adams’ training session.

Adams’ visit is potentially a once in a lifetime chance for

promising young basketballers to learn from the Oklahoma

City Thunder centre. But if only Adams would make himself

available for the Tall Blacks!

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Tuesday July 16 2019 3

News

Almost $2000 raised in walking fundraiser

• By Jess Gibson

NINE-YEAR-OLD Olive

Harris of Lyttelton will go to

great lengths to help those in

need.

The year 5 St Mark’s student

came up with the idea to walk

up to 10km to fundraise for

children in Uganda who do the

same on an empty stomach every

day.

Walk With a Purpose saw

more than 70 of Olive’s fellow

pupils and their parents get

behind the school’s first official

fundraiser last month.

Almost $2000 which was

raised in cash and through a

givealittle page will be donated

to Fountain of Peace Children’s

Foundation NZ.

The money will go towards

keeping 501 children fed at

Rwenjaza Hillside School in

Uganda.

Olive said she was “really

proud” that so many of her

friends were willing to get on

board.

Families woke up as early as

5.30am to walk from locations

like Mt Pleasant, Halswell and

Cashmere into Opawa in time

for school.

It was Olive’s second year

walking the Stan Helms track

over the Port Hills with her dad,

Tim Harris, and this year she

SUPPORT: One group of pupils from St Mark’s School woke up early and walked up to 10km to

school on June 28 from areas such as Lyttelton, Mt Pleasant and Cashmere.

was joined by her five-year-old

brother, Jake Harris, who is in

year 1.

Last year, Olive and her father

did the walk on their own and

raised more than $500 through

sponsorship which was donated

to WaterAid projects.

Volunteer co-ordinator of

Fountain of Peace, Tania Sharr,

is the mother of two pupils at St

Mark’s and helped to organise

the fundraiser with Olive and

her mum, Lottie Harris.

Mrs Sharr said she was blown

away by the school’s response.

“I get quite tearful thinking

about it. It really makes you

realise that the world is a big

community. Even though the

students in Uganda are a long

way away it means a lot to them,”

she said.

Fountain of Peace was

established in New Zealand in

2012.

Its aim is to create familybased

homes for orphaned

and abandoned children

in rural Uganda, as well as

working to provide clean water,

education, health care and

sustainable projects for the whole

community.

•If you wish to donate to

Walk With a Purpose visit:

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cause/saint-marks-walkwith-purpose

BIG WALK: Tim, Olive and

Jake Harris with teacher

Emily Wells who joined the

Lyttelton family for part of

a 10km walk which raised

funds for children in Uganda.

Local

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In Brief

Fire rages, homes at risk

HALSWELL RD PARKING

Vehicles parking on yellow

lines is obstructing the views

of residents using the refuge

island on Halswell Rd outside

the Te Hapua: Halswell Centre.

Halswell resident Anthony

Brooks addressed his concerns

at the Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community Board

on Tuesday. Mr Brooks wanting

the city council to remove one

car park outside the centre

and install a loading zone. The

issue has been passed on to city

council staff for consideration

and a response will come back

to the board.

CHLORINATION DELAYS

Unexpected delays to the city

council’s well heads upgrade

programme means Hornby

and Wigram will still receive

chlorine-treated drinking

water beyond this month. The

city council had previously

expected to end chlorine

treatment across the city by

end of July. Unexpected delays

include remedying issues

with land contamination

and stability around some

well heads. The city council

is still planning to have the

chlorination completely

removed by the end of

September.

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News

SOUTHERN VIEW

Southworth to

stand in south seat

• By Jess Gibson

A FOURTH candidate

will contest Environment

Canterbury’s Owhanga – South

seat.

Geologist Vicky Southworth,

of Sumner, has announced

she will stand for a seat which

covers Canterbury’s bays, inlets

and harbours in October’s local

body elections.

Mrs Southworth will be

standing as an independent

against Labour-aligned People’s

Choice candidate’s James Dann

and Phil Clearwater and one

other independent, Hamish

Keown.

Mrs Southworth has a Master

of Water Resource Management

from Canterbury University

which ties into 15 years of

scientific and planning skills

experience.

She is trained as a geologist

and has regularly helped and

lead restoration planting and

maintenance projects like

Sumner School’s planting day

at Sumnervale Reserve on

June 22.

Vicky Southworth

As a community

representative on the

Canterbury water management

strategy regional committee,

she has been involved in the

complex issue of freshwater

management.

“I’ve seen how ECan works

and have got a good sense of

what’s working and what isn’t,

at least in the water space,” Mrs

Southworth said.

Within the boundary that

the south seat covers, Mrs

Southworth wants to see habitat

expansion in the Port Hills and

Banks Peninsula.

“Linking up the bits we

have so that species can migrate

and repopulate areas is an

efficient way to build resilience.

Akaroa has a reintroduced tui

population that’s doing well

now,” she said.

She would also like to

work more closely with

central Government to e

xplore options for planting

native trees as climate change

mitigation, which could bring in

revenue.

“I like to talk to people, listen

and then mull over what I hear,’’

she said.

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Mrs Southworth’s campaign,

visit the Facebook page @

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Community board member

could put hand up for council

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

MORE NAMES are beginning

to emerge in the race for the city

council Riccarton Ward October

local body elections.

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board member

Debbie Mora is considering putting

her name forward to contest

against Catherine Chu and Peter

Laloli in Riccarton.

“That fact Vicki Buck has

stood down has opened up that

opportunity in Riccarton but I

am also weighing up Halswell,”

she said.

Ms Mora is planning to make

a decision over the next coming

weeks.

Her reason for considering the

city council was because she did

not feel she could make a huge

difference on the community

board.

“You want to be making decisions

for the whole of the city,”

Ms Mora said.

If she runs for the city council,

her goal will be to not only cap

rates but lower them by “nipping

in the bud” excess expenditure.

“We want to repair our city but

not at the cost of it being goldplated.”

Ms Mora is also concerned

Debbie Mora

cycleways are taking away far too

many car parks and businesses

and wants to ensure the city’s

water supply is not chlorinated.

Although, Ms Mora was

elected as a board member

under the Halswell Ward in the

2016 elections with 3414 votes,

she said she has been making

decisions not only for Halswell,

but the Hornby and Riccarton

Wards for the last six years.

In 2013, she was elected to

represent all three wards before

the representation boundaries

changed in 2016.

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Kyle Park could be safely built on – report

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

“WE EITHER say now yes let’s

go ahead and finally get this

Hornby facility up and running

or, for some amazing reason,

stuff around even further

and that in my view would be

completely unforgivable”.

That was

Vicki Buck’s

final argument

in supporting

the

reclassifying

part of Kyle

Park to allow

the Hornby

Vicki Buck

Mike Mora

Library,

Service Centre

and South

West Pool to

be built.

The

Halswell-

Hornby-

Riccarton

Community

Board gave

the final approval

for the

reclassification and changes to

the Kyle Park Management Plan

1993 last night.

It was after a hearings panel

led by Papanui-Innes Community

Board deputy chairwoman

Emma Norrish made a recommendation

for the changes to

go ahead after considering 181

submissions.

Concerns had been raised in

the past due to Kyle Park being

a former landfill which closed in

1981.

At the meeting, Ms Buck argued

a geotechnical and ground

assessment report by Tonkin +

Taylor on Kyle Park outweighed

elected members, given ground

security and land stability is

what they do every day.

The report confirmed Kyle

Park could be safely and successfully

built on.

“When we started this six

years ago, Linwood Pool was

behind Hornby. Linwood is

now designed and ready to start

building and those kids are going

to get a pool.”

Board chairman Mike Mora,

deputy chairwoman Helen

Broughton, city councillors

Anne Galloway, Jimmy Chen,

Vicki Buck, board members

Catherine Chu and Natalie

Bryden voted in support.

But the decision didn’t go

ACTION: The

Halswell-

Hornby-

Riccarton

Community

Board has

approved

reclassifying

part of Kyle Park

to allow the

Hornby Library,

Service Centre

and South

West Pool to go

ahead. ​

Tuesday July 16 2019

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

through without meeting opposition

from some, with Ross

McFarlane and Debbie Mora

voting against the changes.

Ms Mora said she is passionate

about getting a pool in the

south-west and she would have

no qualms if the facility was not

being built on a landfill.

Last night she read out a

statement made by a former

project manager for the

Hornby facility at a city

council meeting on the facility

in August 2017.

At the time he said: “No matter

how much site investigation

we completed we’d never know

all the risks, that’s the reality

. . . we do see people building on

landfill, it’s definitely possible

but it definitely offers a high-risk

proposition to the council.”

Ms Mora said she was also

concerned the Tonkin + Taylor

report did not cover the effects of

landfill leachate.

She said she has since had

her concerns “reasonably

satisfied” following a seminar

with city council staff after the

meeting, but could not comment

further due to it being publiclyexcluded.

Mr McFarlane also voted

against the changes.

“No other sites we have built

something on is on 11 metres of

rubbish, that is the risk we take,”

he said.

Board member Catherine Chu

said the decision on using Kyle

Park for the facility had already

been made and the issue at hand

was the reclassification.

“Let’s just focus on getting the

facility to the people of Hornby

because they have been waiting a

long, long time.”

In the coming weeks, the

city council will be asking the

community to share their ideas

on the planned facility.

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Tuesday July 16 2019 7

News

THE Christchurch Adelaide

Sister City Committee has

secured sufficient funding

to commission replacement

artwork of The Spheres at the

Adelaide Sister City Garden at

Halswell Quarry Park.

In April 2015, the original

artwork by Adelaide artist Karen

Genoff was stolen leaving just

stone plinths behind.

About $30,000 has been secured

for the project.

The new artwork by Genoff

will include two Kauna Wailyu

Corten steel leafs uprights

and grit etched Adelaide Hills

granite.

They are planned to be unveiled

the week of November 18.

The committee will arrange

for Genoff and Aboriginal

Kaurna Elder Lewis O’Brien to

attend the ceremony.

Local

News

Now

Artwork for Halswell Quarry Park commissioned

Fire rages, homes at risk

GONE: The Spheres stolen in

April 2015.

INSPIRATION:

New artwork to be

installed in Halswell

Quarry Park will

feature a Kauna

Wailyu Corten steel

“leaf” and “tree”.

Adelaide artist

Karen Genoff with

Aboriginal Kaurna

Elder Lewis O’Brien

plan to attend the

unveiling in

mid-November.

Information wanted so that estuary changes can be addressed

•From page 1

“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

David

Griffiths

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

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obligations, and dispel any myths.

(See details below).

I was surprised that overall

landlords really do not

understand what their obligations

are, or what the time lines are.

There is a lot of misinformation

out there including what heating

will be acceptable and where it is

required, right down to people

thinking that they are required

to double glaze their rental

property.

We want to ensure that

landlords make well informed

decisions, and certainly don’t

panic and decide to get out of

investment property ownership.

The repercussions of this will

likely be a shortage of properties

throughout New Zealand and

make it difficult for tenants to find

affordable good quality homes.

The Healthy Homes Standards

came into effect from July 1

this year and include five key

components – ventilation,

heating, drafts, drainage and

insulation.

While a lot of landlords will

know the basics, what they may

not know is that as yet we have

not been furnished with all of the

details.

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argues the public should

not be excluded from

regular board seminars

WOULD AN outbreak of

democracy be a good thing

and should we allow greater

accessibility to our Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board seminars? My answer is a

resounding yes.

At a recent board meeting,

I raised this issue and sought

clarification as to why the

public was unable to attend our

regular seminars. Basically,

these seminars are persona non

grata, public excluded events.

I was advised that the public

could attend seminars when

it was deemed appropriate.

However, a comment was

made that public attendance

at board seminars could stifle

discussion.

This is a viewpoint which I

reject. We are elected members

and it is our job to ask the hard

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questions of city council staff

and others on behalf of our

ratepayers.

At seminar briefings, staff

and specialists update elected

members on matters. Board

members then vote at publicly

accessible community board

meetings usually after the

serious discussion has already

been held at public excluded

seminars.

Most of our seminars are

suitable for public attendance.

Very few deal with sensitive or

private information.

Closed seminars take matters

of local importance out of the

public arena.

The opportunity to attend

seminar briefings would

allow the public to hear the

discussions and to be better

informed.

Residents have clearly stated

in their survey review of city

council services they would like

to see more involvement earlier

on to help them understand

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SWING AND DANCE: Riccarton 10-year-old Mila Lim (left)

tries out the bars at the Olympia Gymnastic Sports school

holiday programme in Hornby, while Wigram’s Vincy Jin, 5,

bounces on the foam mat.

Getting kids into

the gym early

CHILDREN HAVE been

putting their best foot forward

at a popular gymnastics

school holiday programme.

Olympia Gymnastics

Sports had 240 children enrol

in its programme, which

began last week and runs

until Friday.

It is running two

programmes – one with

KidsFest and its own in-house

programme.

Children aged between five

and 12 had the opportunity

to try out a full range of

gym equipment, including

trampolines, a vault, the

beam, bars, rhythmic

equipment and a sprung floor.

Villa choir to sing

on national stage

VILLA MARIA College’s

reputation for exceptional

musical talent has been

confirmed once again, with two

of its choirs being selected for

The Big Sing finale.

The Big Sing is a nation-wide

choral competition, hosted

by the New Zealand Choral

Federation. It will take place in

Dunedin next month.

The college’s Con Brio

and Vivace choirs took to

the town hall stage recently

in the Canterbury regional

competition.

Both choirs were picked

for the finale, but due to the

compeititon rules, the college

will only enter the larger choir

– Con Brio.

Choir director Naomi Hnat

said she is very proud of the

students.

“They have worked very hard

to be able to sing together at

their current standard. Con

Brio is a choir consisting of

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13. It is always such a pleasure

to watch the less experienced

students grow throughout the

year, and to watch the more

experienced students help to

lead the group,” she said.

Ms Hnat said she enjoyed the

regional competition.

“It was absolutely fantastic to

be performing in our beautiful

town hall once again, with its

brilliant acoustics.

“For the vast majority of the

students, performing as Con

Brio was the first time they had

ever been on that stage, and you

could tell that they were happily

surprised with the way the

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Tuesday July 16 2019

•From page 1

Just 12 months ago, Oskam

was selected for the invitational

but missed out on the camp

due to injury. He also missed

Cashmere High’s national

secondary school championship

campaign as well.

Oskam tore the meniscus in

his knee last year and then tore

his MCL at the South Island

championships, which made

him miss the team’s premier

tournament.

“In the back of my head

I knew I had next year so I

wanted to work hard to get

back,” he said.

The year 13 student, who has

been part of the Cashmere High

senior team for the past four

seasons is determined to finish

SPORT

TALENTED:

Louis Oskam

(right) with

his Cashmere

High

teammates

Finn Barclay,

Luca

Williams,

Thomas

Webley and

Willem Russ-

Hofman.

Oskam gets another chance

to attend basketball camp

his school career on his terms.

“My first reaction was that it

made me really excited and I

was glad to get an opportunity

at it again,” he said.

Oskam said he believes he

has learnt how to use his size

to improve all the areas of his

game on the court.

He also takes his leadership

role seriously.

“We have to maintain our

standards and push harder to

be better at nationals, the senior

guys feel a responsibility to keep

improving.”

Oskam hopes training and

learning with top coaches at the

invitational camp will help him

achieve his dream of playing

college basketball in the United

States next year.

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CBHS come out on top

at South Island champs

CHRISTCHURCH Boys’ High

enjoyed a successful outing at

the South Island school cycling

championships, taking out the

Hayden Godfrey Challenge Cup

for the top performing school.

Although CBHS collected just

one individual title at the event

in Christchurch last week, with

Josh Rivett winning the under-20

individual time trial, the school

excelled in the team events.

They beat Timaru Boys’ High to

the under-20 title and Cobham

Intermediate to become under-14

champs. They also finished

second behind James Hargest

College from Invercargill in the

under-16 event.

In a show of dominance, six

of the top eight riders in the

under-20 individual time trial

were from CBHS. This level

of consistently proved vital in

CBHS’s bid to claim the overall

title.

More than 230 riders took part

in the road event, organised by

Cycling Canterbury Schools,

at Mike Pero Motorsport Park.

They competed in individual

time trials, team time trials and

road race events.

There were some outstanding

individual performances over

the weekend, which included

rides from Jenna Borthwick (St

Margaret’s College) and Amelia

Sykes (Avonside Girls’ High),

WINNERS: The CBHS cycling team made the most of the home

conditions to win the Hayden Godfrey Challenge Cup for the

top performing school at the South Island championships.

PHOTO: SCHOOLS CYCLING NZ ​

who both won the road race and

individual time trial in their age

grades.

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Olli Aitken, of Medbury

School, also took out both

individual under-13 titles.

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by 5pm each Wednesday

JP Clinic

Today, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will be

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certify documents, take oaths,

declarations, affidavits or

affirmations, applications for

citizenship or rates rebates.

South, Linwood and Te

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libraries

Technology Help Drop-in

Sessions

Today, 2-3pm, and tomorrow,

11am-noon

These free drop-in sessions

are available to help you with

specific issues, such as using

email, searching the internet,

using the library catalogue, using

electronic resources and any

other general computer-related

queries. Go along with your

laptop, tablet, smartphone or

use one of the library’s desktop

computers if you need help with

anything digital.

Te Hapua: Halswell

Centre and Spreydon

Library

Citizens Advice Bureau

Today, 11am-2pm

The Citizens Advice Bureau

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advice to everyone. It takes

the time to listen to you and

equip you with information,

options and support.

Linwood Library

Makerspace

Today, 3.30-4.30pm

Drop-in for fun activities every

week at the Makerspace. There

will be a variety of activities for

all. Free.

South Library, 66 Colombo

St

Mainly Music

Wednesday, 10-11.30am

Go along for fun and learning

with music for mums with

children aged up to five. The first

visit is free and $4 per family

after this. Held each Wednesday,

10-11.30am, in school terms.

Morning tea provided.

St Johns Anglican Church,

Woolston, corner of St Johns St

and Ferry Rd

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10.30am-1pm,

Thursday, 1pm-3pm, and 1.30-

3.30pm

Head along for a craft

corner session. Take your

knitting, crochet or other craft

projects. Free and beginners are

welcome.

Linwood Library on

Wednesday, Halswell and South

libraries on Thursday

Emotion Rocks will be held at the Linwood Library on Thursday from 5pm until 6.30pm. Go along,

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something special for a friend. Suitable for children aged seven and up. Free, not bookings.

Harry Potter Fun

Wednesday, 2pm-3.30pm

Celebrate the magical world

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crafts and activities for all ages

including wand-making and a

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South Library

Creative Writing on

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Wednesday, 4pm-5.45pm

Group leaders work with

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Linwood Library

Scrabble Club

Wednesday, 1.30-3.30pm

No obligation to go, just

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Te Hapua: Halswell Centre

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Go and join in a game

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mahjong.

Linwood Library

Friendships and

Chats

Thursday, 10am-12.30pm

Join in the laughter and fun

with a decent cuppa at the

Cashmere New Life Church.

There will be home-made scones

served on Royal Albert and

fine china. Take a friend. $3

donation.

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Sydenham

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along and play

minecraft, charades, connect

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Take your friends or meet

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Tasty Bites

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Local

News

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Gluten and dairy-free treat options

Are you intolerant to gluten

and dairy but love a sweet

treat? These two recipes

are all straightforward

and simple, giving you

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.

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HOME & HEATING

Get rid of

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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

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and the frail, elderly and very young are

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Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd is a

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They will come to your damp home

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Specially adapted for our New Zealand

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An unexpected benefit that the team at

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recently, is that many owners of properties

which had underfloor foam concrete

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protection against liquefaction after

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Contact Canterbury Foam Concrete

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What makes a great

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There are a number of Heat Transfer

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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

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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

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warm air downwards to the floor. These

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regulate which room receives the most

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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

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ceiling. So heat pumps, which circulate

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