Nor'West News: September 10, 2019

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Pavers

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Charity shops

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Grieving mother thanks council

for cleaning up cemetery

• By Claire Booker

MALIA HILL has been visiting

the Belfast Cemetery for 29 years.

But for the last two years, the

children’s section was looking

unkempt and the headstones were

covered in leaves.

Her two sons Matthew and

Patrick are buried at the cemetery,

Matthew died as a baby 29 years

ago, and last year she lost Patrick.

Mrs Hill tried to keep her sons’

plots tidy, but the leaves just kept

building up.

“The whole place was an eyesore.

It was very sad,” she said.

So she took matters into her

own hands and she called the city

council.

“I have been so disappointed

that for the last two years the

leaves have not been cleaned up,

and this year has been really bad,”

she said.

It got to the point where visiting

the cemetery became dangerous.

“The leaves were so deep that

they concealed the dips in the

ground. I twisted my ankle

because I walked into one of the

dips. I saw on one occasion an

elderly women nearly falling over,

luckily she was caught by another

young person before she fell,” Mrs

Hill said.

•Turn to page 7

APPRECIATIVE: Malia Hill is grateful to the city council for cleaning up the children’s section of the Belfast Cemetery.

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Pavers brighten Bishopdale

• By Claire Booker

BISHOPDALE VILLAGE Mall

was in dire need of a bit of a

spruce up.

So a group of locals joined

forces to form the Bishopdale

Beautification Project group.

Now, the path, water fountain

and planting on the new village

green are complete.

The path is orange and yellow

– the colours of Bishopdale

Village Mall, it curves through

the village green and is lined by

flowering cherry trees.

Lindsay Dell, of the Enliven

Bishopdale Group, is one of the

members of the BBP, and he

hoped the way the community

has been involved could be a

good model for other groups in

the city.

The project is led by the city

council, but run by the community,

with multiple organisations

being involved and local businesses

offering resources for the

project.

The project has been funded

by the Fendalton-Waimairi-

Harewood Community Board,

which granted $10,000 for

improvements in the mall late

last year.

This grant is set to be used by

multiple community groups to

PAVING THE WAY: The Bishopdale Beautification project team

Natalie Dally, Lindsay Dell, Clare Whatmough and Chris Coles

are pleased with the progress on the village green.

PHOTO: CLAIRE BOOKER ​

fund a number of projects.

Mr Dell said the group isn’t

concerned about potential graffiti

or vandalism in the space.

“If you’re worried about what

might go wrong, you’d never get

out of bed,” he said.

The collaboration of multiple

community groups and local

businesses to provide resources

and volunteers has meant more

will be achieved with the available

finance.

Group member Bill

Greenwood was pleased with the

community involvement in the

project.

“The Bishopdale Village Green

path now provides a colourful

link between the mall and

library,” Mr Greenwood said.

The group was helped by some

Burnside and Waimairi tennis

players, Riccarton and Christchurch

Sunrise Rotary members

and the Bishopdale MeNZ shed.

Mr Greenwood said workers

from Allied Concrete played

a big role in the path, the two

members that poured the concrete,

David Baker and Mike

Smith gave their time freely,

and spent an extra two hours

applying a non-slip coating to

the path.

The next part of the project

is to paint a mural on the large

brick wall behind the village

green.

Resene will sponsor the paint

for the mural, and local schools

will paint panels as part of the

mural.

Isleworth School, Emmanuel

Christian School, Casebrook and

Breens Intermediate schools and

Papanui High have expressed

interest in being a part of the

project.

Chris Coles, community

development worker at the Bishopdale

Community Trust said

he is excited about the first stage

nearing completion.

“When we originally came

up with the plans I had no

idea it would look so good and

transform the feel of the space so

significantly. The colours of the

path in particular really brighten

up the area – it’s noticeable even

on an overcast day,” he said.

Once the mural is complete,

the group will work towards

repainting the seats around the

mall and adding more features

to the village green.

In Brief

BUS STOP CONSULTATION

Consultation on the potential

relocation of two bus stops on

139 Harewood Rd near Wilmot

St and Harris Cres will end

tomorrow. The current bus

stop does not meet the best

practice for inclusive access.

Direct consultation has been

undertaken with properties

affected by the proposed

change.

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Feedback is sought on

proposed speed limit changes

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from 9am-12pm every Saturday

in September to promote

sustainable shopping. The

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rebuild. Vinnies operated out of

Bishopdale Village Mall while

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Piper bags solo success

• By Claire Booker

VICTORY ON the world stage

is no pipe dream for Campbell

Wilson.

The year 12 St Andrew’s College

piper won the under-18

Piobaireachd and under-18

March, Strathspey and Reel

events at the Northern Meeting

in Inverness, Scotland, on August

29 and 30.

In the piping world, the annual

Northern Meeting is the

most prestigious competition for

solo pipers around the world.

Since Campbell began piping

when he was nine-years-old, he

has achieved a long list of highlights

in his career.

He made history at the Hastings

Highland Games in April

when he became the youngest

ever winner of the New Zealand

Gold Medal for Piobaireachd.

Campbell was named New

Zealand Young Piper of the

Year in 2018, is titled the youngest

ever winner of the Silver

Chanter March, Strathspey and

Reel event.

Now, he can add the two wins

in Inverness to his already impressive

resumé.

Campbell said the win still

feels surreal, and being surrounded

by like-minded people

was amazing.

“I never thought I’d do so well,

PIPES: Campbell Wilson won

the under-18 Piobaireachd

and under-18 March,

Strathspey and Reel events

at the Northern Meeting in

Scotland.

I was just there to perform to my

potential,” he said.

Competitors from Scotland,

England, the United States, Canada

and New Zealand competed

in the annual competition.

Campbell’s father Greg Wilson

is classified as one of the

top pipers in the world – and

doubles as his tutor.

Mr Wilson’s career success

includes winning 14 Gold Clasp

Piobaireachd competitions – an

event which pipers can only

compete in if they have won the

New Zealand Gold Medal for

Piobaireachd.

“My dad is very proud of my

success. He has put in so much

time and effort for me to be of a

reasonable standard to compete

in Scotland, and it definitely

paid off. I am very appreciative

of him, I couldn’t succeed without

him,” Campbell said.

Campbell practices at least six

times a week, for 90min each

session, he also has a lesson with

his father every Sunday.

“There isn’t a secret to my success,

only that I put the work in

and it pays off,” he said.

Campbell will face off against

his father at the end of October

in the annual Labour Weekend

competitions, and he looks forward

to the challenge.

Campbell said his goals for the

future are not around results as

they aren’t always achievable,

he is more focused on having a

good performance.

“It’s definitely achievable to

have a good performance or

even a phenomenal performance.

And from there, results

may come- they’re just a bonus,”

he said.

RANGI RURU’S annual

performing arts showcase was a

sell-out concert, and more than

$600 was raised.

More than 150 Rangi students

took to the stage last week at The

Piano, and $2 from each ticket

sold was donated to StarJam.

The show was titled Season to

Shine which was sponsored bu

the Four Winds Foundation.

There were performances of

kapa haka, dance, drama, choir,

jazz band, rock band, percussion

ensemble, orchestra and wearable

arts, along with a display of

student art in the foyer.

Rangi Ruru’s director of music,

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Janet Kingsbury, said the showcase

is always one of the highlights

of the school’s performing

arts year.

“The girls never fail to impress,

not only with their amazing

talent but also through their outstanding

work ethic, collaboration

and determination to put on

the very best performance that

they can for the community,” she

said.

Students from St Mark’s, St

Michael’s and Waimairi Schools,

along with residents from the

Windsor Care and Lady Wigram

Retirement homes, attended a

matinee performance.

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SUCCESS:

Cosette

Havelaar will

head to New

Plymouth at

the end of

the month

to join the

New Zealand

Secondary

Schools Brass

Band. PHOTO:

GEOFF SLOAN ​

Something cool about brass

• By Claire Booker

COSETTE HAVELAAR is a

15-year old home-schooled

Harewood resident who has a

passion for music.

And she has been selected for

the New Zealand Secondary

Schools Brass Band for her talent

with the trombone.

Cosette plays the trombone

and piano, and she attributes her

success to being part of a musical

family.

“Ever since I was little I always

wanted to learn the instruments

I heard at concerts. What drew

me to trombone specifically

was that I liked the sound of

brass instruments, but I figured

trombone was way cooler than

the rest as it has a slide instead of

valves,” she said.

Cosette has been playing the

trombone for four years, and she

said being home-schooled gives

her more time to practice.

“At home I can prioritise music

and spend time on that first

before my studies each day.”

Cosette auditioned for the

NZSSBB where she had to play a

slow melody and some exercises

which were selected by the musical

director.

“When I saw that I had

been accepted into the band, I

couldn’t stop jumping up and

down and I was smiling the rest

of the day,” she said.

Cosette will leave for the

NZSSBB on September 30 and

will come home on October 6,

and it will be her first time in

New Plymouth.

She is involved with Nor’west

Brass, which she says has helped

to push her to become a stronger

player.

Cosette hopes to compete

in the junior trombone solo

competition at the brass band

national championships next

year.

Girls’ choirs sing their

way into awards

RANGI RURU and

Christchurch Girls’ High have

returned from the Big Sing

Finale, winning silver and

bronze awards.

The competition was held

in Dunedin last weekend, and

schools from across the country

attended.

About 830 participants from

24 choirs competed at the Dunedin

Town Hall in the country’s

leading choral competition for

secondary students.

The finale is the culmination

of Big Sing regional festivals

all around New Zealand, from

which choirs are chosen to attend

the National Finale.

Three choirs were selected

from Christchurch – Rangi

Ruru’s Resolutions group was

joined by Cantrices, from

Christchurch Girls’ High School,

and Con Brio, from Villa Maria

College which also received recognition

with a silver award.

Each choir presented two

recitals, with a total of five songs

from a wide range of genre, Rangi

Ruru director of music, Janet

Kingsbury said the standard was

incredibly high.

“There were some tough decisions

having to be made by the

three adjudicators,” she said.

SILVER: Rangi’s Resolutions

won a silver award at the Big

Sing Finale last weekend in

Dunedin. ​

“One commented that he was

looking for empathy through the

stories that were told, whilst recognising

the processes required

to produce stellar performances

from the young choral singers.

Many long hours of work since

the start of the year have paid

off for these wonderful young

women who represented Rangi

with pride and dignity.”

Mrs Kingsbury said, the

competitive element notwithstanding,

it is the camaraderie

and sense of joy the young singers

bring to the finale which is

memorable.

“The finale truly was a chance

for young people to see firsthand

how hard work, discipline

and collaboration brings people

of all ages and backgrounds

together to celebrate the power

of music through song.”

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STAR MEDIA, publisher of

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Starnews.co.nz will

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This week it is fuel, followed

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Children’s graves ‘guardian’ thankful

•From page 1

After a month of no change following

her first phone call to the

city council, she tried again.

A week later, to her astonishment,

the cemetery was transformed.

The neglected headstones were

clear of leaves and old flowers had

been tidied away. The sight brought

a tear to her eye.

“I cried, and just thought: ‘Thank

you do the person who did it.’ It

made me feel so good that someone

had looked after our babies,” Mrs

Hill said.

Mrs Hill visits the cemetery every

weekend, and she said it’s much

nicer to visit the cemetery now the

leaves are gone.

“Whoever tidied the area up took

a lot of care, and did a fantastic job,”

she said.

Mrs Hill feels a sense of guardianship

over the children’s section of

the cemetery, as a lot of the names

of children are familiar.

She was the chairperson of the

Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society,

so she knows a lot of the parents

of the children buried at the Belfast

Cemetery.

Mrs Hill said she isn’t very good

at articulating what she’s thinking,

but she always speaks from her

heart.

“A lot of parents can’t visit their

children’s graves, and if I’m there all

the time, I feel I need to do my best

to look after all the babies.”

BEFORE AND AFTER: The children’s section of the Belfast

Cemetery was covered in leaves and was a trip hazard, but

the area was transformed after the city council cleaned it up.

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Charity shops seen as a rubbish dump

• By Laura Hitchon

PEOPLE ARE discarding

damaged goods and other

rubbish outside charity shops to

avoid paying refuse station fees.

Charity shop staff are turning

up to work on Monday mornings

to discover large piles of damaged

goods lying on their front

door step and, although some

items are saleable, many are not.

St John Opportunity Shop

volunteer Brian North said many

people dropped off the goods at

their Addington store at night

or during the weekend when the

shop was closed.

“We would prefer that people

drop off their goods during the

daytime when we are able to

inspect them.

“People think that just because

they donate something, we will

accept it but we need to be able

to sell these items and if they’re

damaged, we can’t,” he said.

Salvation Army Family Store

Hornby shop manager Terry

Murray said some people genuinely

believed the goods they

were donating were in an acceptable

condition but many people

knew the goods were rubbish

and donated them anyway.

Damaged goods being donated

included lounge suites, drawers,

mattresses, tables, chairs,

ANNOYED: Salvation Army Family Store Hornby shop manager Terry Murray

(right) and volunteer Neville Walton stand next to the overflowing rubbish skip

filled with donated goods they cannot sell.

sporting equipment, crockery,

glassware, artwork, books, clothing

and shoes.

The money generated from

selling donated goods goes back

into the charity to help people

in need, however, this was being

jeopardised by the cost of having

to dump other people’s rubbish.

Mr Murray said they emptied

their skip about three times a

week which cost them about

$140 each time.

“One of the biggest expenses

we have is taking damaged

goods to the dump.”

Mr Murray said the cost of

taking rubbish to the refuse

station was a possible cause of

people dumping their unwanted

goods at charity shops.

“Many people don’t own a

trailer and can’t afford to hire

one let alone afford to take their

rubbish to the dump, so they just

leave it on the charity’s doorstep,”

he said.

To dump one tonne of general

waste, the EcoCentral website

lists it at $253.40.

WASTE: Salvation Army staff members Leane

Robertson (left) and Karen White with dirty,

stained and faded clothing.

PHOTOS: LAURA HITCHON

Mr Murray said it would be

beneficial if the city council

collected large waste from the

charity once a month and subsidised

the dumping fees to ease

pressure.

A city council spokesperson

said they expected residents to

dispose of their unwanted items

responsibly and that people

should only make donations to

charity stores that are open, able

and willing to take their items.

The spokesperson said dumping

damaged goods at charity

bins or store fronts could be seen

as illegal dumping and could

incur a fine for the person disposing

of the litter.

“The kerbside collection

service is a standard service

funded by ratepayers and we

are unable to provide additional

services above the entitlement of

a property.”

The spokesperson said

unwanted goods could be

disposed of at one of three

EcoDrop recycling centres across

the city at a cost.

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won’t change when governments

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every MP asking them to back me

in taking a cross-party approach

and it was important to me to

negotiate this while in Opposition.

As a new MP, an elderly

gentleman told me not to talk

about my background in mental

health because “we don’t talk

about mental health in New

Zealand”. I think he speaks of

a generation that didn’t have a

vocabulary to talk about mental

health and faced a lot of stigma

around it. Now, we’ve a younger

generation with the vocabulary

to talk about it and they don’t

face as much stigma — and

they’re driving politicians to bring

change.

I enjoyed visiting the Northern

Corridor project site recently

and was impressed by its scope.

Combined with the Western

Belfast Bypass, which has

diverted 50 percent of commuter

traffic off Main North Road and

away from residents’ homes,

it will move traffic seamlessly

into Christchurch. These

projects, designed by National to

futureproof our region’s transport

needs, were the first tranche of

our roading solutions.

Last week, I brought NZTA

to a public meeting to address

residents’ concerns about the lack

of investment after Government

cancelled the four-lane Belfast to

Pegasus motorway, the logical

next step in our roading solutions,

and which National in 2017

had committed to building. The

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the meeting tells me there’s real

concern in our community.

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CGHS beat Dunedin’s St

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Both teams now head to the

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CGHS stayed either level

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it see-sawed again as both sides

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chairwoman Maggie Lloyd

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“There was outstanding

defence all throughout the

court. The crowd swung from

wanting one team to win to

another team to win,” she said.

Lloyd said CGHS goal

shoot, Olivia McIntyre was

“amazing”. CGHS co-captains

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Ali were named the talented

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Lloyd said the reason for the

low scoring final was because

St Hilda’s played a patient

game and looked to control the

ball.

The standard had improved

compared to previous years,

she said.

WINNERS: CGHS beat Dunedin’s St

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secondary schools netball tournament

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CGHS went into the

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CGHS beat Ashburton

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Meet the candidates evening –

Papanui

Next Tuesday, at 7 pm

Go along next week to the

Christchurch function centre to

meet the city council and community

board candidates from

the Papanui Ward. The event is

run by the Redwood Business

and Residents Group.

Redwood Hotel, 340 Main

North Rd

Reading to Dogs

Today, 3.30-4.30pm, at Shirley,

Thursday, 3.30-4.30, at Papanui

Reading to dogs encourages

children to practice their writing

skills and develop a love for

reading. All the dogs have been

trained and tested for health,

safety and temperament. Bookings

required.

Shirley and Papanui Libraries

After School Activities

Friday, 3.30-4.30pm

Suitable for ages eight to 13.

Go along for an interactive session,

which includes technology,

games, crafts, and books. Take

your friends with you, or make

some new ones.

Papanui Library

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Today, 1-3pm, at Bishopdale,

Email claire.booker@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Friday, 10am-noon, at Papanui

Take your knitting, crochet or

another craft project and have

fun with a social group. This is a

free, drop-in event.

Bishopdale and Papanui

libraries

GenConnect

Today, 12.15-12.45pm

If you have questions about

your Ipad, smartphone or tablet,

head down to GenConnect

where Papanui High School students

will help you for free.

Papanui Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Go along and make new

friends, practice your English

and learn about Christchurch.

Shirley Library

Games at Papanui

Thursday, 2.30-4.30pm

If you love games, head

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at this fun and social event. Free

for all ages to enjoy. No bookings

required.

Papanui Library

Scrabble

Wednesday, 1-3pm, at Bishopdale,

and 1.30-3.30pm at Shirley

Play Scrabble with a friendly

group. Just head down when

you can. No bookings required.

All materials are supplied. Free

event.

Bishopdale and Shirley

libraries

JP Clinic

Today, 10am-1pm, at Papanui

and Shirley, Wednesday, 10am-

1pm, at Bishopdale

A justice of the peace will be

available to witness signatures

and documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations,

as well as sign citizenship or

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Papanui, Shirley and Bishopdale

libraries

Rummikub

Monday, 1-3pm

Go along and play

Rummikub – an exciting,

interactive strategy game. Free,

drop-in event.

Bishopdale Library

Super Saturday Storytimes

Saturday, 11-11.45am

Go along and encourage learning

through stories. This is an

interactive programme involving

stories, songs, rhymes, craft and

play. Free.

Shirley Library

Bolivia

Thursday, 1-3pm

Go along and learn a new card

game. Cards and card-holders

are supplied. Phone 027 549 3828

Bishopdale Library

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Monday, 3.45-4.45pm

The after school club has technology,

games, crafts and books.

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Tasty Bites

Exotic food with the least hassle

If you are going to cook

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organisation and preparation

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working out a menu well

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Tamarind chilli crispy-skin

salmon with green mango

herb salad

Serves 4

Ingredients

600g salmon fillets, cut into 4cm

cubes, patted dry with paper

towels

Sea salt

Fresh cracked black pepper

Crispy shallots

Oil

Tamarind chilli dressing

5-10g large dried red chillies

2 cloves garlic, peeled, minced in

a mortar and pestle with a pinch

of salt

5g belacan (shrimp paste)

65g gula melaka, shaved

25g tamarind pulp, soaked in

150ml

hot water, rendered and sieved

1½ Tbsp lemon juice

2 large kaffir lime leaves, finely

julienned

Green mango herb salad

½ telegraph cucumber or one

lebanese cucumber, unpeeled,

shaved into ribbons

1 green mango, peeled, shaved

into ribbons

1 small bunch coriander leaves

1 small bunch Thai basil leaves

2 wing beans, finely sliced

Squeeze of lemon juice

Pinch of sugar

Olive oil

Directions

Season the fish with salt and

pepper and a drizzle of oil.

Place the soaked dried chillies

and garlic in a food processor

and blend until a fine paste.

Heat two tablespoons of oil in

a small saucepan over medium

heat, add the shrimp paste and

mash with a wooden spatula.

Cook for 1min until the shrimp

paste becomes fragrant and

starts to toast.

Add the chilli garlic paste

and continue to cook, stirring

frequently, until fragrant.

Add the gula melaka and cook

until dark, glossy and sticky.

Slowly pour in the tamarind

puree. Cook until slightly

thickened, then stir in the lemon

juice and sprinkle on the kaffir

lime leaves. Remove from heat

and set aside.

Heat a non-stick fry pan over

high heat. Place the fish pieces

skin side down evenly around

the pan and cook until crisp and

golden.

To ensure that the skin is

evenly crispy, you may need to

gently press with a spatula to

keep the skin flat on the pan.

Turn over, and cook the other

side until three-quarter cooked.

Pour over the tamarind chilli

sauce and toss very gently to just

coat. Be careful not to break up

the fish pieces.

Combine the salad ingredients,

and dress with lemon juice,

sugar and olive oil just before

serving.

Transfer the fish to a serving

plate along with all the sauce

and top with the green mango,

cucumber and herb salad.

Sprinkle with crispy shallots and

serve immediately.

Note: Adjust the quantity

of the large, red dried chillies

according to your taste. Also,

leave the seeds in if you like

the dish extra spicy, otherwise,

deseed them.

In any case, soak the chillies in

hot water until softened before

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It's all Here! at SILVERSTREAM

For the lifestyle of your choice, Silverstream offers a wide range of living options for residents at

every stage of their lives - from first homebuyers and young families, through to retirement – there is

something for everyone.

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Live the lifestyle here at Silverstream.

3 MINS AWAY IN KAIAPOI

Built on the banks of the Kaiapoi River and close to the mouth of the Waimakariri River Kaiapoi is

home to 10,830 residents growing steadily year by year.

It offers an abundance of aquatic activities, eateries, shopping and events. The township is host to two

main supermarkets – Countdown and New World, a variety of banks, cafés, restaurants, department

stores, boutique shops and excellent amenities such as the library, civic centre, I-site visitor information

centre and Enterprise North Canterbury.

Enjoy a meal overlooking the Kaiapoi river, shop local, walk or cycle the pathways, everything is right

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Tuesday September 10 2019 23

WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE...

We have an amazing selection of retail businesses right on our doorstep, creating a health destination

of excellence for the North Canterbury area.

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Enjoy the streamside walking and cycle tracks in and around the subdivision. Fishing off the pier,

picnicking in the reserves, or utilising the basketball court and playgrounds.

WHY WAIMAKARIRI

Waimakariri is a fast-growing area just north of the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand.

Currently experiencing 2.4% population growth and 3.0% GDP growth.

Waimakariri is affordable - the average house cost at $536,206 compared to $652,253 in Christchurch.

The commute is ever decreasing by the major Northern Motorway upgrades. This is all expected to be

completed by the end of 2019.

There is nothing quite like it.

See you Soon at SILVERSTREAM


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