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Gift shop won’t

let break-in

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Boxing champs

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Pawson hangs up his coaching jacket

DEPARTING: New Brighton coach Scott Pawson has stood down after seven years in charge of the club’s premier side.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

• By Gordon Findlater

AFTER SEVEN years at

the helm, a title and three

grand-final appearances, New

Brighton premier coach Scott

Pawson has ended his tenure.

Pawson, 44, says he made the

decision to call it a day on his

time with the side after their

heart-breaking semi-final loss

to High School Old Boys last

month.

He was honoured with a

framed jersey at the club’s end

of season prize-giving.

“I think I need to put

something back into my family.

It’s the right time as well, we’ve

got a young team, I think that’s

the ideal time for someone to

come in with a fresh voice,”

said Pawson.

“For 20-odd years, my poor

wife hasn’t known anything but

cricket and rugby.”

•Turn to page 5

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Grants get

work on

big sports

facilities

moving

• By Matt Slaughter

WORK WILL start on two major

sports facilities because of major

funding grants.

A $250,000 grant from the city

council capital endowment fund

will go to the South Brighton Surf

Life Saving Club, while Eastern

Community Sport and Recreation

will receive $172,075 towards the

construction of an all-weather

facility at Rawhiti Domain.

The surf club will use the

money to cover the $2 million

cost of replacing its earthquakedamaged

clubrooms on Marine

Parade, South New Brighton.

The club has previously received

money from an insurance payout

and grants from charitable

organisations, including the Rata

Foundation, Lottery Grants Board

and Christchurch Earthquake

Appeal Trust.

Club committee member

Rohan McNaughton said the

grant will mean the construction

of the new clubrooms should be

able to start in about five weeks,

shortly after the old building is

demolished.

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Break-in won’t bring shop down

• By Claire Booker

MAIREHAU continues to be

hit by burglaries and break-ins

– with the Pay it Forward gift

shop targeted last week. The

shop was the second business

targeted along Nancy Ave last

week after the neighbouring

fish and chip shop had its door

smashed and till stolen.

Pay it Forward has been in

the building for six years, and

co-ordinator Lee Arthur said

the dairy two shops along has

been broken into multiple times,

but this was the first time Pay it

Forward had been targeted

Luckily for the shop, nothing

was stolen, which Mrs Arthur

thinks is due to the alarm

system and the fact there was no

cash on the premises.

“They didn’t take anything, I

think they were just looking for

money,” she said.

A wheelie bin was used to

break the store window, the till

was opened and draws were

sifted through.

The shop is run by The

Neighbourhood Trust and is a

social enterprise where 60 of the

city’s creative entrepreneurs can

sell their products.

The shop also provides

social support to budding

OPEN: Pay It Forward Mairehau co-ordinator Lee Arthur said

the recent break-in won’t bring the store down.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

entrepreneurs and runs craft

classes for the community at

subsidised rates so crafts can

be accessed by a wide range of

people.

Entrepreneurs who sell their

products through the shop

make their own profits, and

a commission goes to The

Neighbourhood Trust, which

puts the money back into the

community.

Mrs Arthur said she didn’t

know what would lead someone

to break into the shop.

“We definitely won’t be

brought down by it,” Mrs

Arthur said.

The shop has received a lot of

community feedback and online

support following the break-in.

A Facebook post from Pay it

Forward said: “Unfortunately,

the word hasn’t got out to

everyone that our profits go

back into the community. So the

people that broke into our shop

this morning didn’t realise that

they weren’t just hurting us, but

they were also hurting the local

community.”

Mrs Arthur said the

attempted burglary has done the

opposite of what the offenders

probably wanted. The shop has

since reopened and the window

has been repaired.

“It’s made us feel loved, we

will prevail,” she said.

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New Brighton Clock Tower.

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16th - 20th

PeRFoRming ARTs • visuAl ARTs • CRAFT

Kia ora

We are pleased to announce that Justin Fields,

Chisnallwood Principal, and Andrew Barker Waitākiri

Primary School Principal, are the new co-leads of the

Kahui Ako Ōtākaro. We would like to acknowledge the

strong leadership of John Laurenson, Shirley Boys’

High School, in the setting up of the first two years

of the Kāhui Ako. We have had a strong focus on

mathematics, writing, pedagogy, culturally responsive

practice and wellbeing over the past two years. Much

of this will guide us moving forward.

We are an innovative cluster of schools working

together to get the best social and academic outcomes

for all students from early childhood education (ECE)

to Secondary. Our next exciting initiative is the

Ōtākoro Arts Festival that will see ECE and schools

celebrating all that is good about our Kura and a sense

of belonging.

Justin Fields and Andrew Barker - Co lead Principals

Culturally Responsive Practice

With our communities becoming increasingly diverse,

it is crucial for our schools to be places where people

from all cultural backgrounds feel welcome and are

able to receive a quality education. With a specific

focus on developing capability in Māori and Pasifika

cultural competencies, our Kāhui Ako wants to be

an environment where our students can experience

success while retaining a strong connection to their

culture, language and identity.

Joseph Houghton - CPR Lead

The Ōtākaro Arts Festival

The Ōtākaro Arts Festival will take place between 16th

and 20th September this year. This inaugural event

will include a wide range of exciting and inspiring

workshops that students from across the Kahui Ako

can participate in, as well as multiple opportunities

for learners from across the Kāhui Ako to collaborate

and showcase their skills and strengths. The theme

of 'Belonging' underpins all aspects of the festival and

the overall aim is to support relationships through

building connections, to foster a sense of identity and

belonging, and to provide unique opportunities to

motivate and celebrate student success from all kura

across the Kāhui Ako.

Whānau and community members are welcome

to attend evening events. There is NO COST but

bookings need to be made through: eventbrite.co.nz

and search for Ōtākaro Arts Festival.

Victoria Shaw - Community Engagement Lead

Wellbeing/Hauora

The wellbeing of all our students (over 3500 children

across our Kāhui Ako) has been a priority over the

last two years. During this time the Kahui Ako has

allowed for greater collaboration between schools.

Work has included growing personal knowledge for

staff self-care practices, promoting shared messaging

and strengthening relationships between our schools

for staff and students to thrive and our whanau and

communities to be part of the journey towards being

happy, connected, engaged and healthy citizens.

Emma Smith - Wellbeing Lead

maths and Writing Achievement

Challenges

Our Kāhui Ako has been working towards improving

the achievement of all of our tamariki. We have

specifically targeted Maori and Pasifika Students in

writing and mathematics. Teachers have been meeting

in small and large groups across all schools, to plan,

prepare, and being trained on improving teaching and

learning in those subjects.

In addition to our Across

School Leads, we have

specialist teachers

in every school. We

have also had external

agencies such as UC

and Massey University

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providing training and in

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seeing improvements in

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achievement across the

Kāhui Ako.

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Surf club and Rawhiti Domain

projects get a boost

•From page 1

Said Mr McNaughton:

“It gives you a lot of

certainty to be able to go

to the contractor and say,

yes, we can actually pay –

so yes it’s good, it’s really

good.”

Eastern Community

Sport and Recreation will

use its grant to upgrade

the four tennis courts

at Rawhiti Domain and

construct an open-sided

canopy building with

additional lighting over

three of the courts.

Said Eastern

Community Sport and

Recreation board member

Rob Smith: “We now have

on hand $1.2475 million

total funding, which

confirms that we can

proceed with the project,

aiming to have it ready for

use by our member clubs,

local schools and the

community early in 2020.”

Meanwhile, the

Huntsbury Community

Centre has received

$50,000 from the city

council to earthquake

strengthen its building on

Huntsbury Ave.

PLANS: A concept drawing of the South Brighton Surf Life Saving

Club’s new clubrooms, which has been given a $250,000 grant.

Below – Eastern Community Sport and Recreation has received

$172,075 to go towards the cost of an open-sided canopy at

Rawhiti Domain.

DESIGN: CREATIVE INTENTIONS

Pawson steps down as

New Brighton coach

•From page 1

Pawson coached the premier

team in 121 matches. Over his

seven years, the side failed to

make the semi-finals only once.

Working with the title-winning

2013 side, which he coached with

Steve Ellis – who he describes as a

“great mentor” – was a highlight.

He also has fond memories of the

2016 side which won the opening

round-robin competition.

He admits saying his final

goodbye to the team and being

presented with the framed jersey

was an emotional affair in which

more than a few tears were shed.

“I didn’t know it was going

to happen. My manager Wayne

Turner started crying and he set

me off,” said Pawson.

As a player, Pawson played

67 matches for New Brighton

between 2000 and 2007,

predominantly at first-five. He

didn’t win a title as a player, but

says his one “claim to fame”

was slotting a match-winning

drop-goal on full-time against a

HSOB side containing the likes

of Andrew Mehrtens, Aaron

Mauger, Daryl Gibson and Ben

Hurst in 2000.

He was a player/coach for

the New Brighton reserve titlewinning

side in 2006 and coached

the team to another title in 2012

before taking up the premier

coaching role. Pawson’s other

passion is cricket. He played

more than 300 games for East

Christchurch Shirley until retiring

in 2011. He then went on to

coach the side in 2012 and 2013.

He spent many years opening

the batting at club level with

Michael Papps, although in his

early playing years he was known

better as a medium-fast bowler,

which saw him make a handful of

appearances for Canterbury.

“I was actually part of a

Canterbury under-20 side, where

I was one of three pace bowling

options alongside Chris Martin

and Shane Bond . . . a couple of

those guys turned out alright,” he

said.

Pawson’s said he will still be

a regular sight at New Brighton

games on Saturday afternoons,

but it will definitely have a

different feel and he “won’t

know what to wear” after two

decades of pulling on a playing

jersey or donning the coach’s

jacket.

His future coaching ambitions

are still well and truly on the

table. Pawson has previously been

hesitant to put his name in the

hat for rep coaching duties in the

past following long seasons with

New Brighton, but with more

time on his hands it may now be

an option.

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What group members are saying online

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fish and

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shops.

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• By Sophie Cornish

ZAC MCWALLY Wilson has

eaten hundreds of curry rolls,

bacon and egg burgers and hot

chips in his time.

The three items are his go-to

order when he visits fish and chip

shops around the city and closely

analyses his experiences. Without

hesitation, Mr McWally Wilson

names his two favourite shops in

the city as Wainoni Fish Supply

and Seaview Fish and Chips in

New Brighton.

But to expand his search for the

best salty feed was in the city, Mr

McWally Wilson started a Facebook

group called Christchurch

Fish and Chip Reviews. And now

it has put the humble Kiwi fast

food vendors under more pressure

than ever before.

After adding a couple of

friends, the page started to heat

up.

“It was actually quite crazy I

only added about eight people.

Then another person added all

their mates and everyone just

joined the band wagon and

started posting up reviews left,

right and centre.

By the end of the first night, it

had hit 100 members. A month

later, there were 2000 members.

Mr McWally Wilson’s group

has now cracked 4000 members.

Hundreds of reviews have been

posted, which analyse, examine

and evaluate the decadent art of

making the perfect chips, fish

and hot dogs.

He used to live in Bromley,

where he admits there “isn’t that

many good fish and chip shops

and the ones we knew were s**t.”

“Then we were over in Cashmere

and drove past a fish and

chip shop, it was absolutely

packed and we were like ‘holy,

maybe we should try that place

sometime’.

“It was a 15min drive but we

went there and it was average,

wasn’t that great. We were

wondering why there were so

many people in there? So we just

wanted to find out where the best

fish and chips were,” he said.

Like many other Kiwis, the volunteer

worker admits a weekend

dinner of fish and chips was a big

part of his childhood. He isn’t a

huge fan of cooking, so takeaways

are an easy option.

“I’ve only cooked at home 30

times in the past five years. I only

get it (fish and chips) once or

twice a month. When it’s quite a

cold night, fish and chips go well.

It’s cheap and everyone is happy,”

he said.

Mr McWally Wilson said it has

been “quite amazing” how the

page has grown.

“Some of the reviews on there

just go over the top, it’s unbelievable.

One guy did a video review,

it was unreal.”

The group has even honoured

Christchurch clairvoyant and

medium, Ron L. Griffiths,

whose poster is on the wall of

most highly-rated fish and chip

shops.

“It makes or breaks a

good chippy shop. I think it

was one of the very first reviews

and it said it’s not a good chippy

shop if it doesn’t have Ron on the

wall . . . it’s now quite a known

fact if you go to any well-known

fish and chop shop, there will be

a poster of Ron Griffiths on the

wall.”

• ”Wouldn’t go back there

unless I was drunk-as across

the road and gagging for a

feed.”

• “I can’t stress enough the

great environment this place

has.”

• “Opening up the parcel

to much anticipation, I marvelled

at the size of the scoop

straight away.”

• “I’ll cut to the chase, burger

was marvellous 8/10. Fritter

was one of the best I’ve ever

had 10/10. Hot dog was of

the stick variety and a proper

sausage, 9/10. Dog smashed

back the squid rings and

wanted more so 10/10.”

• “Worst chicken burger.

Too much onion, may

as well be an onion

burger.”

• “The fish – my

god was the fish

disappointing

and frankly

quite disgusting.

The

batter

was undercooked,

the fish

was old,

slimy

and

smelly.”

• “The

chips are seasoned

nicely and have a

clean taste . . . the default

fish is always a

good size, tastes fresh

and the batter has enough

crunch and structure.”

• “Blue cod burger 2/10

buckle in for a roller-coaster

ride of soggy buns and fish as

old yesterdays news

. . . this disappointed harder

than my third form report card

. . . blue cod is supposed to

be light and flaky this was like

a foam mattress paired with

a soggy bun, sewage brown

lettuce and mayo that tasted

cheap.”

• “Battered rig: Perfectly

succulent, much like Susan

Boyle on a hot summer’s

day. Potato fritters: About as

doughy as Lewis Capaldi,

wrong spud type would prefer

white pearlers. Meat patties:

First attempt these left me

hot and sweaty knees weak

arms are heavy. Second attempt

was cool. Chips: About

as golden as Jack Goodhue’s

luxurious locks, seriously how

good is his mullet? Hot

dogs: Caused some

serious wet gills.

Who doesn’t stick

dogs these

days?

Wee bit

upset

about

the

amount

of batter

on the

stick personally

I like

a clean stick.

Crab sticks:

Nothing crusty

about these

crabs.”

• “The place

dreams are made of.

The place families reunite

and put past terrible

shop selections aside. The

place where no matter what

you select, you will not be

judged. Tonight I went with

a chicken fillet. Tender, moist

and most importantly 100 per

cent sliced skinless chicken

breast.

• “Dog’s rating was as

always, serving size too small,

woof/10.”

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Success in the ring on both sides

of the Tasman for Woolston club

• By Jacob Page

WOOLSTON BOXERS have

had success on both sides of the

Tasman.

The Woolston Boxing Club

won five gold medals and

two silvers at the Canterbury

amateur championships at the

Cashmere Club, while a squad of

10 competing at the Australian

Golden Gloves in Brisbane

brought home two gold, five

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elite title in her first fight in nine

years, said she was delighted with

how her club performed at both

events.

She said the highlight was

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Cashmere Club, and earning

the Jack Grant Belt in the

process. Bristowe also earned

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boxer at the tournament.

Sullivan, who has been

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said the unanimous win over

Smiling Tigers’ boxer Perelini

Jeshaiah was well deserved.

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hard and has the biggest smile on

his face.

“It was only his 11th fight

and first one at the elite level, so

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that he was in for a big step up

and he’d have to leave it all in the

HAPPY DAYS: The Woolston Boxing Club came away with

10 medals at the Gold Coast Golden Gloves. Below – Oliver

Bristowe won the under-81kg elite title at the Canterbury

championships.

ring and he certainly did that.”

While Bristowe was winning

his Canterbury title, Neve

Enright won the under-70kg

Australian title. The club won

four more Canterbury titles with

Blake Henderson winning the

75kg open title, Aaron Irons the

75kg novice title, Patrick Liptrott

the 75kg youth novice grade and

Lachie Armstrong the 54kg cadet

novice title. However, all four

boxers were unopposed.

Four Woolston boxers – Blake

Henderson, Trevor Swainson,

Riley Sutherland and Tegan

Clark – will also represent

Canterbury at the national

championships in late September,

with Sullivan saying more boxers

from her club will be added

before the event.

Mike Webster honoured

by Linwood Rugby

• By Jacob Page

MIKE WEBSTER’S service

behind the scenes and on the

sidelines at the Linwood Rugby

Club has been honoured with

life membership.

The long-time team manager

and committee member said he

was thrilled to get the honour at

the end of the season.

“Bit of a bolt from the blue, I

wasn’t expecting it so it was nice.

“(Former All Black) Tane

Norton gave me a call and he

presented me with my pin at the

presentation dinner.”

The 59-year-old came to the

club in 1978 after high school

where he had mostly played soccer.

“I never really made the ranks as

a player making it to senior B level.

“By 1986 I started managing

teams with second grade then

I managed at senior B and then

from 2000, I had 10 years with

our senior team then I did seven

years managing the Canterbury

under-18s.”

In his first year with the provincial

age group team he had

Dan Carter in the squad while

one of his last had Ryan Crotty.

“Most of my friends have been

involved in the club in some way

or another and I had 20 years on

the committee through the middle

stages of my time so I met a

lot of people through that.

“The influence of guys like

Tane Norton gave you a feeling

of loyalty to the jersey and

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HONOURED: Tane Norton,

left, presented Mike Webster

with his Linwood Rugby Club

life membership.

the club and I wanted to be

something like that.

“The fact I can call Tane a

good friend is very special.”

“I didn’t win any trophies with

the seniors, but we did win the

second grade competition during

our centenary year in 1986.

Mr Webster said he used

his acceptance speech to urge

players to give back to the club

in any form once their playing

days are finished.

“Volunteering is an area

where every club is struggling

and I just urged everyone to get

involved.”


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Banks Ave and Waitakiri

schools receive a boost

BANKS AVENUE School

has received $3000 from

the My School Rules

campaign run by The

Palms shopping centre.

The school was one of

eight to take part in the

competition.

Every dollar spent at

The Palms in August was

converted to a point for

each shopper’s chosen

school. The school with

the highest points got

$3000, second $2000 and

third $1000. The fourthand

fifth-placed schools

received $500 each.

Chisnallwood

Intermediate, Mairehau

Primary School,

Queenspark School,

Rawhiti School, Shirley

Primary, South New

Brighton School and

Waitakiri Primary School

all entered into the

competition.

Banks Avenue was first,

Waitakiri was second,

Shirley Primary was third,

Mairehau Primary was

fourth, and Queenspark

was fifth.

Said Banks Avenue

School acting principal

Tricia Carroll:

“Togetherness is one of

our school’s values and

this campaign gives us a

great opportunity to work

together and be part of a

local community. It also

allows us to engage in

some friendly competition

with our local schools, in

a different context, with

the aim of benefiting our

learners. The money will

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5pm each Wednesday

Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by appointment)

This group offers assistance

to mature people with modern

technology, including computers,

tablets, smartphones, email, Facebook,

Skype, Word, cellphones

and the internet. Phone 382 6048

for more information.

202 Marine Pde (next to the

New Brighton Club)

JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will be

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to witness signatures and

documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations as well

as sign citizenship, sponsorship

or rates rebates applications. No

charge.

Shirley Library

SAYGo Steady As You Go

Falls Prevention Exercise Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a specially-designed

class to help you avoid a fall.

There is a $2 koha entry but no

booking fee. Those interested are

invited to turn up on the day and

see what it can do for them.

Parklands Community Centre

Ascot Sit and Be Fit

Wednesday, 1-2pm, and Thursday,

9.30-10.30am

Complete a class of exercises

without even leaving your chair.

The cost of the class is $4 and

you’ll get a cup of tea 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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along when you can and join the

friendly group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Parklands and Shirley libraries

CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand

to assist customers who need

help with their CV or resume.

New Brighton Library

Technology Help Drop-in

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Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a drop-in session

The Great Library Seed and Plant Swap will be held at Shirley Library on Saturday from open

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seedlings you have potted up. ​

for help with email, searching

the internet, using the library

catalogue, eBooks, and general

computer queries.

Shirley Library

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly club will be held

every Friday, just go along and join

the fun. Free, no bookings required.

Shirley Library

Makerspace

Friday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a weekly Makerspace

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new every week.

Aranui Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Go along and make new

friends, practise English and

learn about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library

New Brighton Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Go and enjoy a warm and

fun atmosphere beside the

seaside. With live entertainment,

food and free face-painting.

New Brighton Pedestrian Mall

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$2, go early for a cuppa and a

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New Brighton Museum,

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Marshland Table Tennis Club

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HEALTH & AWARENESS

Joint pain: Do I have arthritis or

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The team at Physical Sense in Sydenham sees clients with

a range of symptoms but many of their middle-aged and

senior clients visit complaining of pain in one of their joints.

Physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk suggests

that a major part of the pain could be due

to muscle pain rather than simply arthritis.

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450g uncooked wild salmon,

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½-1 medium ripe avocado, diced

¾ cup mango pieces, defrosted

½ cup thinly sliced capsicum

2 cups packed spicy greens, such

as watercress or mizuna, roughly

chopped

½ cup blanched broccoli florets

½ cup chopped fresh coriander

½ cup edamame beans, boiled

3 Tbsp tamari/soy sauce

2 Tsp sesame oil

1 Tbsp black sesame seeds

½ lemon, cut

Brown rice salad

2 cups cooked short-grain brown

rice, warmed

2 Tbsp rice vinegar

½ tsp turmeric

2 Tbsp extra-virgin olive oil

1 Tbsp Dijon mustard

Directions

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Gently combine salmon, tamari

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Make brown rice salad by

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Whisk vinegar, oil and mustard

in a small bowl. Add to the

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Top with all the other individual

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like numbers on a clock. Top

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Cabbage crisps

Ingredients

12 good-quality

cabbage leaves,

remove tough, centre

stalk

2 Tbsp good-quality

oil

1 tsp sea salt flakes

½ tsp cumin or caraway

seeds

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Preheat oven to 120

deg C. Place cooling

rack over rimmed

baking trays.

Peel the outer leaves

from the cabbage, cut

out the tough centre

stalk, and tear the

larger leaves in half.

Place in a large bowl

and drizzle over the

oil, season with salt

and spices, toss gently

together and arrange in a single

layer on the trays.

Bake until the leaves go golden

and become crisp (25-40min).

Allow to cool completely

before eating. Cabbage crisps

will store in an airtight container

for up to three days.

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