Western News: September 03, 2019

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Community board vote

like a ‘kick in the guts’

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

“YOU ARE kicking Hornby in

the guts. Thank you for burying

Hornby in the ground.”

Those were the words

bellowed out from the audience

by Greater Hornby Residents’

Association chairman Marc

Duff after a decision was made

to further delay the $37.5

million Hornby mega-facility.

At its meeting last week, the

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board voted

against several steps crucial

to allowing work on the new

Hornby Library, Service Centre

and South West Pool to go

ahead.

Only city councillor Anne

Galloway and board chairman

Mike Mora voted for the eastern

end of Kyle Park to be the location

of the planned Hornby

mega-facility and for city

council staff to begin the design

process.

Deputy chairwoman Helen

Broughton and board member

Catherine Chu voted against the

changes, while Debbie Mora and

Ross McFarlane either voted

against or abstained. They were

called out online on the Greater

Hornby Residents’ Association

Facebook page last week.

City councillors Vicki Buck

and Jimmy Chen and board

member Natalie Bryden were

absent.

The recommendations are

required to go to the city council

on September 12 for final

approval.

Mr Mora said the decisions

will likely be overturned at city

council, and he has received

indications the board is at risk

of being “shut completely” out of

the process.

But he would not say where

the indications had come from.

In retaliation to the decision,

association member Mark Peters

has started a petition calling for

the city council to vote against

the board’s recommendations

and for the design of the facility

to proceed with “urgency”.

•Turn to page 4

FIREWORKS: Greater

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Duff was upset with the way

Helen Broughton, and other

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

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Hornby shortcut blocked off

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A SHORTCUT for walkers

through a church property can

no longer be used following

advice from police in the

aftermath of the March 15

attacks.

Some Hornby residents are

“annoyed” an alternative route

through the St Columba’s Anglican

Church in Hornby has been

blocked off.

On the recommendation of

police, the church has sealed up

a hole in its fence which allowed

walkers to cut through Denton

Park through to Kathleen Cres.

The church was visited by police

as part of Operation Whakahaumanu,

which was rolled out

across the country following the

March 15 events.

Police visited each school and

about 80-90 per cent of religious

centres city-wide for about 15

weeks.

The idea of the operation was

for officers to give advice on

safety and check over lockdown

procedures.

Senior sergeant Toni Carroll

said she suspected the hole in the

fence had been an issue for quite

some time and it was suggested

by police it was mended.

She said the operation was

BLOCKED: The back fence of St Columba’s Anglican Church has

been blocked off on the recommendation of police .

about providing reassurance and

getting churches to turn their

minds to security as opposed to

telling them about what security

they should have.

“It was just being mindful about

someone coming into the church

who is not friendly and what that

might look like because that is

essentially what happened to the

mosque,” she said.

The blocked off route was

raised at the Greater Hornby

Residents’ Association meeting

recently.

Association chairman Marc

Duff said some residents at the

meeting were upset it was shut

but at the end of the day the

church can decide what to do

because it is their property.

“It is good to have people

walking through your property

for security to keep an eye on it

but what they choose to do on it

is their call”.

But Vicar Les Memory said

instead of residents walking

across the park, they can still use

the church’s private driveway

and walk through the churches’

grounds onto Main South Rd.

He said the church did not

mind if people walked across its

property.

But he did say: “In terms

of the people raising the issue

my question would be if this was

your private property

would you have a hole in the

back of your fence so people can

tramp through your property? I

suspect the answer would be no,”

he said.

Vicar Memory said it

was about being wise and

was grateful for the police’s

recommendation.

He said it would be naive

to say there wouldn’t be other

people around who wouldn’t do

something similar to the March

15 attacks.

“We don’t have fears of an

attack, but did anybody have

a fear of an attack before the

mosque attack? I don’t think they

did,” Vicar Memory said.

In Brief

PEACE GARDEN

Further information has been

received on plans to create a

Riccarton Peace Garden at

Harrington Park. The Halswell-

Hornby-Riccarton Community

Board received a memorandum

from city council staff receiving

additional information on

the concept at its meeting on

Tuesday. The next step is for a

city council land architect to

work through design and costs

with the residents.

TEMPLETON CEMETERY

City council land will be

retained in Templeton to be used

as a cemetery and sports park.

The Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board approved

retaining 173 Maddisons Rd.

In May, Western News reported

the city council was considering

using about two-thirds of

the land for a cemetery and

zoning the balance of it for the

development of a sports hub.

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Criticism over decision to further

•From page 1

A large Hornby contingent is

likely to be present at the city

council meeting next month.

Mr Peters told Western News

last week the association is

planning to march on the city

council to show its “support” and

“dismay” at the process going offtrack

on Tuesday.

“I certainly believe council will

see the error of their actions and I

am pretty sure they

will put them back

on track. We are

rallying to reassure

that happens,” he

said.

Association

Ross

Houliston

treasurer Ross

Houliston said

voting against

the changes

was expressing “no vote of

confidence” in city council staff

and engineers.

The delays come down to the

ongoing debate over whether the

facility should be built on Kyle

Park, a former landfill.

However, the board recently

approved the reclassification and

changes to be made to the Kyle

Park management plan to allow

for the facility to be built on the

land.

City council staff began landfill

FIERY DEBATE: Anne Galloway (left) and Mike Mora voted for a number of key steps to allow the development of the Hornby

mega-facility to go ahead, while Debbie Mora and Catherine Chu voted against several changes.

gas testing in April to provide the

information needed to mitigate

any issues with gas in the design

of the facility. The testing will go

for 12 months.

It means the report will not be

available until April next year

when the construction of the

facility was proposed to start.

But extensive geotechnical and

contamination testing in 2018

confirmed Kyle Park could be

built on safely.

Mr Mora said the results of the

gas testing will only determine

what membrane should be put

under the building to stop any

gas issues.

“There is no need, in my

opinion, to hold the project

up for a year just to get the gas

results.”

At the meeting, Mrs Broughton

said she is concerned she has

not had any written assurance

from city council engineers that

the testing is “reasonable” and

there is confidence it could begin

building in April.

“I hope I am wrong. I do hope

this works and it doesn’t have the

problems I foresee,” she said.

Ms Mora said she is concerned

the board is short of information.

She said the community should

not have to compromise on what

it wants because the facility is

being built on a landfill.

The board did agree to

recommend that if additional

funding becomes available,

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community within the building

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Tuesday September 3 2019 5

delay $37.5m Hornby mega-facility

The board also approved city

council staff report on options

the disposal of the current

Hornby Library.

Miss Chu said she would like

to see the gas testing reports

first before construction starts.

“You do your due diligence

first before you build, you

wouldn’t build and do your

due diligence at the same

time,” she said.

Miss Chu said if she

knew the true extent of the

contamination she would

be happy to consider the

recommendations.

“It is a $37.5 million

project so we have got to get

everything right. The last

thing we would want for us

to build on that site and have

issues come up we hadn’t

realised before.”

Mr McFarlane said his

decision was made based on

the proposed features for the

facility being “suboptimal”.

He previously voted against

the reclassification alongside

Ms Mora.

At the meeting, Cr Galloway

also argued many facilities

have been built on landfills

and it would be unhelpful to

suggest the correct work had

not been done.

Chen and Bryden not there in ‘hour of need’

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

TWO HORNBY representatives

have come under fire for not

being present during the

suburb’s “hour of need”.

City councillor Jimmy Chen

and Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board member

Natalie Bryden were unable

to cast their vote at last week’s

board meeting

on the future

of the planned

Hornby Library,

Service Centre

and South

West Pool. City

councillor Vicki

Mark Peters

Buck was also

absent from the

UNDER FIRE: Hornby city councillor Jimmy Chen and

community board member Natalie Bryden were absent during

a vote on the Hornby mega-facility last week.

meeting as she had a meeting in

Wellington.

But Mark Peters, who is running

for the Hornby city council

seat in the October local body

elections, said “it was a tragedy”

to see two Hornby members

not present in the community’s

“hour of need”.

“The fact this pivotal vote

is going through (means) the

process derailed,” he said.

But both Hornby representatives

have defended their absences.

Cr Chen declared before

the meeting he could only stay

until 5.50pm.

He was then required as city

council multicultural committee

chairman to attend a ceremony

welcoming 180 new New Zealand

citizens.

“It is part of my job, my responsibility.

I welcome the new

citizens. My job is to introduce

the mayor. It has been my job

for many years . . . I am the local

councillor but as you are aware

I am also the city-wide councillor,”

Cr Chen said.

He said he was very “disappointed”

with the decision, especially

after Kyle Park had already

been approved as the location for

the facility.

Ms Bryden was on jury duty

and then went to a public speaking

event at St John Cadets in

Hornby at 6.30pm. She had made

board chairman Mike Mora

aware she wouldn’t be there.

“You have to get from town at

5pm to Halswell. The meeting

would have been well and truly

over.” She said she was disappointed

in the decision as ratepayers

have paid a huge amount

of money for Kyle Park to be

tested and 84 per cent of Hornby

want the facility.

She was “shocked” deputy

chairwoman Helen Broughton

and member Catherine Chu had

gone back on their decision after

approving the Kyle Park reclassification.

But both Miss Chu and Mrs

Broughton said they expected to

get more information about the

gas testing before last Tuesday’s

meeting. They were only made

aware the gas testing would take

until April after they had approved

the reclassification.

Greater Hornby Residents’

Association treasurer Ross

Houliston said the re-election

campaigns for the Hornby representatives

who were absent from

the meeting may be affected, but

he understood they were both at

legitimate engagements.

Both Cr Chen and Ms Bryden

did not know if their campaigns

would be impacted. Ms Buck

said she was “appalled” at the

board’s decision.

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$160m Halswell

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City-based retirement village

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Banbury Park will have 60

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serviced apartments and 200

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CEO Simon O’Dowd said

Halswell was rapidly expanding

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NEW PUPILS at Oaklands

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working towards this, she said.

“We can’t expect people to

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She said if children were given

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WESTERN NEWS

Middleton Grange get big confidence

boost before South Island tournament

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Noddy

train for

Hornby

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A NODDY train is likely to be a

popular new edition to Hornby

community events in the future.

The Greater Hornby Residents’

Association is planning to purchase

a land train in a bid to keep

children entertained.

Treasurer Ross Houliston said

there is just not enough at the

moment for small children to do

at events.

“Unless they employ someone

with a merry-go-round there is

just nothing,” he said.

The plans have been in the pipeline

for about six weeks with the

association confirming on Sunday

it would purchase the train, subject

to the funding it can get.

Mr Houliston said he is hoping

the train will be up and running

by late October.

But he said the train has to go

through a significant process,

including being signed off by an

amusement park certifier and approved

by WorkSafe New Zealand.

The association also has to get

permission from the city council

each time it wishes to use the train.

He said it will make a welcome

addition to the Fun Day on the

Park to be held on November 24

(or the rain date of December 1) at

Denton Park.

The association is planning to

team up with Joyrides Entertainment

and Carnival to get a merrygo-round

and flying zebra for the

event. The day will also include

old-fashioned games including

gumboot throwing, egg and

spoon and sack races.

• By Jacob Page

MIDDLETON Grange will

be full of confidence as they

head to the South Island

tournament in Nelson this week

after claiming the Canterbury

secondary school Thomson

Trophy with a 85-65 win over

Cashmere High.

The result proved Middleton

Grange’s win over the defending

champions a month earlier

in pool-play was no fluke and

ensured they will be genuine

contenders to take the South

Island crown as well.

Co-coach Jack Williamson

said his team wanted to play an

up-tempo style of game and run

Cashmere around the court.

It proved an effective

approach. “We wanted to put

them under as much pressure as

possible and I felt we did that on

both sides of the ball.

“There was an element of

satisfaction in proving that our

win against them earlier in the

season wasn’t a fluke.”

Middleton also had to contend

with returning Cashmere centre

Tom Webley, who was out

injured the last time the two

teams met.

“I thought we controlled Tom

well at times, but in saying that,

sometimes we left Ben (Carlile-

Smith) alone on an island trying

Parenting Week to bring mums and dads together

• By Claire Booker

PARENTING WEEK will be on

for the 10th year next week.

The initiative is run by The

Neighbourhood Trust and

is designed to empower and

upskill parents.

Parenting Week runs from

September 9-19, and events will

be held across the city.

The theme is ‘helping whanau

flourish’, which recognises

parents have a huge influence

CHAMPIONS: Middleton Grange took out the Thomson Trophy basketball final 85-65 against

Cashmere High School.

to defend him.

Carlile-Smith still managed

22 points in the final, while

Ah-Li Fenika also added 16 for

Middleton.

Webley added 14 for

Cashmere while Fin Barclay

added 15. Williamson said the

team enjoyed the achievement

over the development of their

children, their success wellbeing

and happiness.

Parenting Week and trust coordinator

Lee Arthur said the

event is about bringing people

together.

“Recognising that all our kids

come into the world with their

own traits, personalities, and

goals is great . . . sometimes

positively managing these

can often come with its own

challenges though,” she said.

but were quick to recognise what

was still ahead of them.

“The goal this season has

always been to try to win the

(South Island tournament)

so we let the boys enjoy the

achievement for a couple of

days, but they understand that

winning a Canterbury title was

“The Neighbourhood Trust

is passionate about bringing

together a host of resources

to help parents broaden their

knowledge base, whilst gaining

the support they need on their

parenting journey.” Mrs Arthur

said.

The week will have a range

of workshops and expert

speakers, which will cover

parenting topics across all ages

of children.

More than 30 events will be

just a stepping-stone to bigger

goals.”

Williamson said the team

will continue their up-tempo

style of play at the South Island

tournament but their depth

will be utilised during some of

the earlier pool games to try to

avoid fatigue.

held over the 10 days of the

event, and Mrs Arthur said

the trust is hoping to reach

more parents this year. Many of

the events are free or require a

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activities and books. The

event will be held on

Saturday, 10.30-11.30am

at the Te Hapua: Halswell

Centre. ​

JP Clinics

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

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Monday, Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday, 11-5pm, and

Tuesday, 2-5pm, at Papanui, and

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

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5pm.

The Citizens Advice Bureau

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you with information, options

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The Village Presbyterian

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Wednesday, 11am-1pm

Are you interested in family

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Wednesday, 1-3pm

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Wednesday, 1.30-3.30pm

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Go and join the fun at an

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be stories, crafts, games and

more.

Upper Riccarton Library

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Book-in Sessions

Wednesday, 2-3pm

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specific issues, such as using

email, searching the internet,

using the library catalogue,

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any other general computerrelated

queries. Take your

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one of the desktop computers.

Registration required.

Upper Riccarton Library

Culture Exchange

Thursday, 11am-noon

Upper Riccarton Library’s

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English and learn about New

Zealand and the city. Free

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Connecting generations by

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smartphone or tablet? Want

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Facebook and apps or share your

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home

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Saturday, 11am-noon

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Join in for fun activities

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Every week there will be a

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Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre

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Tuesday September 3 2019 13

HEALTH & AWARENESS

Joint pain: Do I have arthritis or

could it be mainly my muscles?

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.

“Even if an x-ray shows arthritis, the reason

for the pain may be the muscles around

the joint,” she explains. The images show

how a muscle knot (the crosses) in a back

muscle can give hip pain (aches and pain

are the red areas in the drawings), a knot

in a muscle on the back of the shoulder

blade can give a deep pain in the front of

the shoulder and a muscle knot all the way

near the groin can give an ache in the knee

(especially at night in bed).

Ietje recalls one case where an 89 year

old client with severe arthritis who walked

with a stick, told her, “I will end up in

a wheelchair, I cannot put any weight

through my right leg due to pain in my hip

and buttock”. “Within 4 treatments, she

was walking with her stick but without the

severe pain,” says Ietje. “The arthritis was

one of the factors that made her muscles

spasm but the other was that older people

move less and the flexed position the hip

is in when we sit is particularly bad for

the hip.” Ietje is happy with the fact that

although the client was 89 and could have

been “given up on” or told to live with the

pain, she made a difference to her health

and wellbeing.

The same lack of movement can be the

reason for your knee pain or your shoulder

pain and the same few treatments could

make a huge difference for you.

At Physical Sense, hands-on techniques

(massage and triggerpoint deactivation

techniques) are used to release the muscles.

The client also gets a home exercise

program designed to mobilize and stretch

the joint, strengthen the important core

muscles and increase general strength and

SHOULDER

PAIN

KNEE PAIN

(the crosses are the areas of the muscle spasms, the red areas is where the pain is felt)

balance. They teach a movement sequence

that stretches the joint in all directions

whilst the client is able to lie safely on their

bed, perfect for older or less mobile clients.

In many cases having the muscles

released and being taught how to maintain

it, is enough to stay on top of the problem.

HIP PAIN

If severe arthritis is the underlying cause,

some maintenance therapy may be

necessary, but that is often more affordable

and, for older patients, better tolerated than

surgery. In very few treatments the client

will know if it is going to work for them or

not, without financial commitment.

Physical Sense Gym and Physio is located at 300 Colombo Street, Sydenham. The Blue Line Bus stops in front of the door and there is ample

parking. To enquire about specialised exercise classes or physiotherapy treatment, phone 377-2577 or visit www.triggerpoints.co.nz


14 Tuesday September 3 2019

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Tasty Bites

WESTERN NEWS

Creating healthy food to reduce stress

Stress is normal and often

healthy. In everyday life,

stress plays a role in alerting

us to life’s occasional

dangers and challenges, so

we can prepare ourselves for

them and find solutions to

impending problems. Poke

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Poke bowl

Ingredients

450g uncooked wild salmon,

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(or hot-roasted, if preferred)

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

SENIOR LIVING

Gently combine salmon, tamari

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bowl to let the flavours infuse.

Make brown rice salad by

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Whisk vinegar, oil and mustard

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rice salad and mix well. Place on

the base of a bowl.

Top with all the other individual

ingredients, placing each

thing separately around the bowl

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with sesame seeds and sliced

lemon, then take an Instagramworthy

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for your nourishing food, and

then enjoy every mouthful.

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

Directions

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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Tuesday September 3 2019 15

SENIOR LIVING

How’s your circulation?

Healthy blood circulation throughout

the body is vital for good health.

The circulatory system (cardiovascular

system) delivers nutrients and oxygen to

all cells in the body. It consists of the heart

and the blood vessels running through the

entire body. The arteries carry blood away

from the heart while the veins carry it back

to the heart.

Atherosclerosis is the most common

cause of poor blood circulation. It occurs

when plaque builds up in the blood

vessels. This plaque narrows and hardens

the blood vessels and restricts blood flow.

Plaque can also break off causing a stroke

or heart attack.

Some of the common symptoms

possibly indicating poor circulation are:

numbness and tingling in the hands and

feet; swelling (edema), itchiness, heaviness

in the feet, ankles and legs; pain and

aching in the legs feet, arms and hands;

cold hands and feet; memory loss and

difficulty concentrating; fatigue; digestive

issues including abdominal pain, diarrhea,

constipation and cramping; erectile

dysfunction (ED); severe baldness at the

crown of the head and grey hair.

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to increase circulation and cardiovascular

health, while at the same time lowering

high blood pressure and aiding in the

prevention of heart attack and stroke.

Capsicum increases fibrinolytic activity

that breaks down artery plaque and

blood clots when consumed regularly

in sufficient amounts. Capsicum also

improves blood circulation by promoting

nitric oxide release in the blood stream.

Garlic has numerous health benefits

including inhibiting platelet aggregation

while encouraging the breakdown and

production of fibrin, a clotting protein

implicated in heart disease and strokes.

Garlic also has been shown to raise good

HDL cholesterol levels as well as reducing

serum triglycerides, a cardiovascular

risk factor. Hawthorn is known as a

heart tonic. Studies confirm hawthorn to

strengthen and normalise the heartbeat,

prevent and reduce heart arrhythmias and

guard the heart against oxygen deficiency.

Hawthorn also helps improve blood flow

by improving arterial health.

HSII and further information is

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SELWYN ROAD

SHANDS ROAD

SHANDS ROAD

913 SHANDS ROAD

WE’VE

MOVED!

913 SHANDS ROAD

Located on the same

site as Readylawn

The original same day lawn

SAVE UP TO

50%

AND MORE

NEW LOCATION:

913 Shands Road

Just south of the Selwyn Road / Shands Road intersection

T: 03 349 9240 | E: info@allwood.co.nz

Keep up to date on what is happening around the nursery

through our Facebook page and at www.allwood.co.nz

www.allwood.co.nz


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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

WESTERN NEWS

GrAND reopening sale

Large Trees

suitable for farms, lifestyle

properties, large sections.

• Flowering Cherry Trees

• Hornbeam

• Oaks

• Lime Trees

• Elms

• Tulip Trees

• Canadian Maples

• Claret Ash

• Magnolia, deciduous

and evergreen

Trees up

to 5.0m in

height

smaller Growing Trees

suitable for residential sections,

townhouses, over 60s units.

• Japanese Maples

• Cornus Eddies White

Wonder

• Weeping Silver Pear

• Magnolia Little Gem

• Japanese

Snowdrop Tree

• Cercis Forest

Pansy

• Flowering Cherry Trees

Trees up

to 2.5m in

height

HuGE rANGE

AT GREAT SALE PRICES

Liquidamber

Upright Oak

Evergreen Magnolia

Japanese Maple

Golden Elm

Canadian Maple

Cercis Forest Pansy

Flowering Cherry

NEW LOCATION:

913 Shands Road, Christchurch | T: 03 349 9240 | E: info@allwood.co.nz

OpEN TuEs TO FrI - 9.00Am TO 4.30pm | sAT & suN - 10.00Am TO 4.00pm


WESTERN NEWS Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

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SAVE

UP TO

50% MORE

AND

Daphne

Large Grade Topiary standards Hedging plants

Pink and white scented

flowers. $89.50 grade

NOW $65

• Portuguese Laurels

• Bay Laurels

• Robinia Mop Top

• Liquidamber

Gumball

• Griselinia

• Pittosporum

• Photinia Red Robin

• Euonymus

20% OFF Or mOrE! GrEAT sAVINGs!

• Mexican Orange

Blossom

• Bay Laurel

• Portuguese Laurel

• Plus many more

Griselinia

michelia

pyrus salicifolia

pendula

Evergreen

magnolia Tree

(Weeping silver

pear Trees)

Several varieties.

GrEAT

sALE prICEs

Several varieties.

GrEAT

sALE prICEs

Tough ornamental tree for

exposed sites. Were $145

NOW $80

• St Mary

• Little Gem

• Grandiflora

• Blanchard

• Jade Emperor

GrEAT sALE prICEs

www.allwood.co.nz

View our sale catalogue online now:

www.allwood.co.nz/sale


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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

WESTERN NEWS

GrAND reopening sale

Pittosporum

Wrinkle Blue

rhododendron

Varieties

Shrubs

Large grade, great for instant

hedge. Were $39.50

NOW $30

Big chunky plants. $59.50 grade

NOW $45

20% Off OTHer GrADeS

• Camellia

• Thuja Smaragd

• Pieris

• Cranberry

• Pittosporum Golf Ball

Plus many more

plant varieties. Ideal

for all gardens.

20% Off Or mOre!

Good, honest gardening advice is our hallmark. Our services include:

Consultations

Experienced, knowledgeable

staff will give information and

advice via email, phone or in

person at Allwood Trees. Send

us your landscape plan and we

can advise on plant selection.

Soft Landscape Plans

This is a plan with detailed

specifications related to

your property. Showing both

botanical and common names

of trees and shrubs, as well as

quantites and other relevant

comments (eg spacing).

Delivery & Planting

We can deliver and plant

trees purchased from Allwood

Trees. We do everything from

digging the hole to staking

the tree and adding slow

release fertiliser.

Quotations

Send us your plant list and

we will quote as quickly as

possible. We are able to

provide different tree and

shrub size options and suggest

alternatives if particular trees

or shrubs are not available.

Garden maintenance

We have a great garden

maintenance service. We

liaise with you regarding any

changes required with your

garden and can implement a

great maintenance programme

to keep your garden looking

pristine all year.

NeW LOCATION:

913 Shands Road, Christchurch | T: 03 349 9240 | E: info@allwood.co.nz

OPeN TueS TO frI - 9.00Am TO 4.30Pm | SAT & SuN - 10.00Am TO 4.00Pm

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