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Hungerford and Henderson ride to titles

SURF’S UP: Estella

Hungerford and Ava

Henderson (above)

both claimed titles at

the national scholastic

surfing championships.



CANTERBURY surfing team

members Estella Hungerford

and Ava Henderson have

claimed titles at a national

champs in Raglan.

Hungerford, a Haeata

Community Campus student,

dominated the under-18 girls

division, while Henderson,

who goes to Avonside Girls’

High School, dazzled in the

under-14 girls division at the

national scholastic surfing


Both are part of the New

Zealand team to compete at

the world championships in

California next month.

The national championships

saw 131 athletes from 11

regional teams compete.

Waikato claimed the teams

title ahead of Taranaki and

Auckland in second and third.

Canterbury, last year’s

winners, finished fourth.

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New board


lay out their

plans for

the wards

• By Matt Slaughter

A NEW-LOOK community

board will serve the Coastal and

Burwood wards for the next three


Five new board members have

been elected onto the Coastal-

Burwood Community Board,

two of which are also new city


Former radio personality James

Daniels has ousted two-term

Coastal Ward city councillor

David East from his council and

board seat.

The Burwood Ward city council

and board seat was won by

Maugers Contracting Ltd boss

Phil Mauger, who will take over

from three-term city councillor

Glenn Livingstone.

Former board members Kim

Money, Tim Sintes and Tim Baker

did not run for election.

Kelly Barber, Bebe Frayle and Jo

Zervos have been elected to take

their place alongside the board’s

longest-serving member Linda


Cr Mauger said he was “just

awestruck” after the win.

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Tuesday October 22 2019 3


Plan to beat midge problem

MORE THAN 9000 native

shrubs and trees will be planted

beside the Bromley oxidation

ponds over the next few weeks

as part of ongoing efforts to keep

the midge population down.

The trees and shrubs will create

a natural screen

between the oxidation ponds

and nearby homes and help cut

down the light from the residential


Midges, like moths, are naturally

attracted to light.

“We’ve prepared the ground

for planting and over the next

few weeks our contractor, Fulton

Hogan, will be putting in 9330

native trees and shrubs,’’ said

city council three waters and

waste operations manager Adam


“As the plants grow up, they

will shield the ponds from the

light from neighbouring homes

and roads which should make

the residential area less attractive

to the midges.’’

The planting work is part of a

multi-pronged approach the city

council is taking to control the

midge population around the

oxidation ponds.

Midges are not harmful but

over the warm summer months,

they are an unwanted nuisance

for nearby residents.

“Unfortunately midges breed

well in the shallow, warm waters

of the oxidation ponds so we

are continually working to find

new ways of keeping the midge

population down,’’ Mr Twose


“Last summer we

mechanically disturbed the floor

of the oxidation ponds by using

a slow-moving boat fitted with

a raft of chains that dragged

behind it. By doing this, we were

able to create a less hospitable

environment for the midges to

breed in.

“As a result we saw a 35

per cent decline in the midge

population around the ponds

and received fewer complaints

about the midges from nearby






shrubs will

be planted

beside the



ponds in a

bid to reduce

the midge


“We’ll be using the same approach

again this summer so we

hope to see a further decline in

midge numbers.

“We will also have contractors

working on extending the spur

in Pond 2 so that we can alter

the inflow of treated wastewater,

which should also make the

ponds a less attractive breeding

ground for midges.’’

In Brief


Work is under way to upgrade

Woolston Park. The city council

is improving the drainage

network to service the park and

some surrounding properties.

Contractors will renew the sports

field irrigation, cricket wicket

block and re-levelling the playing

surface. There are drainage issues

affecting the ability to use parks

playing surface during the winter

months as well as some drainage

limitations for the community

centre, playground and other

nearby areas.


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Laryngeal paralysis in dogs

Laryngeal paralysis is a complex, typically progressive,

condition commonly affecting older large breed

dogs resulting in severe difficulty breathing especially

with exercise. This isn’t a common condition but when

these dogs present all hands need to be on deck. These

dogs can often present extremely distressed, unable to

breathe, collapsed and “blue”. Firstly if the dog presents

as an emergency they need oxygen via a cannula or

mask FAST. Often due to their distress at not being able

to breathe, sedation is necessary to calm these dogs

down as is cooling ( For example, fans and wetting

down). Occasionally intubation under anaesthesia

or a temporary tracheotomy can be lifesaving in this


This condition is best managed surgically but surgery

isn’t undertaken lightly and usually these operations

are performed by specialist surgeons. Discussions

need to be had with the client on the procedure and

possible complications post surgery, as in aspiration

pneumonia ( occurs in about 20% patients as a lifetime

risk with or without surgery). If these dogs are to

be managed medically we need to focus on weight

management, exercise control, environmental factors

like living in cooler climates and checking to make sure

these patients are not hypothyroid. Long term medical

management doesn’t have much impact on the disease

really and its likely to get worse due to its progressive

nature. While surgery doesn’t change the disease

progression, it is the preferred approach for long

term management and quality of life for the dog. The

surgical procedure can be tricky requiring anatomical

knowledge of the larynx and associated structures,

delicate specialised surgical instruments, careful control

of bleeding and excellent aftercare for the patient.

The response of dogs to surgery is excellent and you’ll

notice a few hours post operatively these dogs are

breathing easier already.

Each surgeon has their preferred technique and

you need an accompanying surgical nurse who is

competent in anaesthesia. These surgeries are often

performed in the morning so the surgical nurse has

all day to monitor the patients breathing, recovery

and vital signs. These patients are either discharged

to an afterhours hospital for the night or sent home

for aftercare with their family. They need to be in a

“cool’ and ‘calm’ environment, with no boisterous dogs

around for distractions. Diet consists of small meals

of meatballs fed from a height- avoid dry, sloppy and

liquid diets, as the dogs swallowing may be impaired

due to generalised neurological impairment.

“Bella” an 11 year old Border Collie recently had this

surgery performed at McMaster & Heap Vet Practice by

McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

Dr Helen Milner, a Registered Specialist in Small animal

Surgery. Bella developed difficulties breathing about 3

months ago quite suddenly. She quickly became puffed

and tired on walks and could only exercise a fraction of

what she was previously doing. Bella had lost her voice,

had effort exhaling on lying down and often looked like

she was having an asthma attack on exercise. This was

distressing for Bellas owners who wanted a better, more

active life for her.

So far so good. Bella can finally once again breathe

with ease - a tremendous outcome for all concerned,

especially Bella who can once again enjoy 3 hour runs

in the Port Hills, chasing rabbits and stalking ducks. The

hardest part has been keeping her rested and quiet for

4-6 weeks post surgery to avoid complications. Bella is

raring to go and looks essentially normal although she

has permanently lost her bark, which the neighbours

are quite stoked about.

Dr Helen Milner now works out of McMaster & Heap

Vet Practice doing Specialist Referral surgeries from

November of this year. Our new hospital has a dedicated

specialised theatre and surgical area and we have

purchased all the necessary surgical instrumentation

to perform referral surgery. A consultation is necessary

before surgery is planned. Please call the Practice if you

would like to find out more about this service.

Dr Michele McMaster

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on 30th November 12-3pm, where you’ll get

a chance to walk through our new facility

and chat to all our staff.

Update from Bella’s mum

Bella still thinks she is a young dog at 11 years old…

there are lots of things we thought she would grow

out off as she aged like jumping up on people when

she greeted them and trying to round up cars… She is a

very lean dog who loves her food and walks in the hills

but equally as happy lying in wait in the back yard for

the neighbours car to start up…. She has a wee bit of

arthritis in her back knees but otherwise is a very happy

and healthy dog.

So it was quite surprising when one day she chased

some rabbits in Wanaka on a walk and came back

breathing like an asthmatic - gasping and rattling.

She recovered within a few minutes and we didn’t

think much more of it - maybe just old dog breathing.

Gradually over the next couple of months her

breathing, while exercising heavily, got worse and then

we noticed a change in her bark. She suddenly seemed

to have a weird squeaky bark - she kept looking round

to see where the bark had come from. We videoed her

while exercising and headed off to see our vet, Dr Steve


Steve looked at the video and immediately diagnosed

her with Laryngeal Paralysis. At this stage she was

only having issues breathing while exercising and was

having no problem eating. Steve felt, given how fit

and healthy she was, surgery was definitely an option

for Bella. And luckily for us they had Dr Helen Milner

coming on board at the practice who had done loads of

these tricky referral procedures. Plus she was happy to

come and operate on Bella before she had even started

her new surgical role at McMaster & Heap Vets.

Our meeting with Helen quickly dissipated any fears we

had that Bella was maybe too old for major surgery. She

went through every step of what was involved including

any complications and what her recovery period would

be like. We instantly loved Helen and felt we were in

great hands. She has huge empathy with her patients

and Bella loved her too. She was gentle and thorough

in her work up of Bella. She felt Bella would recover well

and would be back walking in the hills before we knew

it. She gave us a huge amount of reading material about

GOLPP which certainly helped in our decision making.

A few days later Bella was back for surgery at

McMaster & Heap. The surgery went really well with no

complications. She came home that afternoon, was a

bit woozy that night but the next day she up and ready

for action. That has been the only downside to surgery

- keeping her quiet and rested for 6 weeks! She has a

brand new flash looking harness as can’t be walked with

a collar anymore. Her ‘bark” has disappeared for good.

Her stitches are out and her wound looks amazing. After

a week of hand feeding her small meatballs she is back

eating her normal diet out of her bowl.

So far so good - watch out Port Hills rabbits. It won’t be

long till Bella is back on the chase…

Bella’s mum, Jo

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Tuesday October 22 2019 5


‘I want to get stuck into the red zone’

•From page 1

Said Cr Mauger: “I’m feeling

quite surreal now I have got to

stand up and do twice as much

as I said I would do for Burwood

and the city.

“We have got to prioritise the

spending into the east side of

town and I want to get stuck

into the red zone.

Cr Daniels

said he is excited

to be given the

opportunity to

represent where

he grew up.

“I am

Phil Mauger



committed and

connected to the

ground I walk

on. It’s where

I grew up and

where I will grow


He will aim to

work on three

main issues –

repairs, rates and

relationships –

and says he will

retain a strong presence during

the next three years.

“I’ll be there and people will

know I’m there.”

Mr Barber, a medical supplies

salesman who lives in Prestons,

said he was “absolutely stoked”

Jo Zervos

Bebe Frayle

to be elected to

the board.

“I’m about

to embark on

a fact-finding

mission about

what people

want and I’ve

already talked

Kelly Barber

a little bit to

James [Daniels] and I want to

see how we can work together

to articulate his vision. I’m very

keen to work with people,” he


Said Mrs Zervos: “The

Burwood Ward city

council seat

Phil Mauger - 4267

Glenn Livingstone - 3005

Coastal Ward city council


James Daniels - 2795

David East - 2456

Kelly Barber - 1199

Burwood Ward community

board seats

whole reason I wanted to get

in was just to try and get the

earthquake repairs done in

the area because we’ve still got


New Coastal-





have laid out

their aims,

such as fixing


roads in the


Bebe Frayle - 3334

Linda Stewart - 3282

Greg Sugrue - 3239

Dean Davies - 2568

Coastal Ward community

board seats

Jo Zervos - 2806

Kelly Barber - 2715

Cathy Sweet - 2585

Rebecca Tavete - 1813

Soozie Bragg - 1244

lots of damage that hasn’t been


Mrs Frayle could not be

reached for comment.

Success at


surf champs

•From page 1

Canterbury members Neko

Tohiariki (St Bede’s College) Myka

Black (Shirley Boys’ High) and Leah

Wilson (Avonside Girls’ High) all

made the finals in their divisions.

Coaches Nick Black and Mark

Perana praised the team’s efforts

against top New Zealand competition.

“While we didn’t bring back

the team title, we had some outstanding

individual performances,”

Black said.

Canterbury team results

Under-18 boys: Neko Tohiariki 4 th

(St Bede’s College), Riley Gibson

25 th (St Bede’s College).

Under-16 boys: Myka Black 3rd

(Shirley Boys’ High School), Jai

Oakley 13th (Papanui High School),

Reuben Lyons 25 th (Kaikoura High

School), James Millar 7 th (St Bede’s

College), Koby Cameron 25 th

(Kaiapoi High School).

Under-14 boys: Tyler Perry 9th

(Kaikoura High School).

Under-18 girls: Tegan Bishop

5 th (Rangiora High School), Estella

Hungerford 1st (Haeata Community


Under-16 girls: Leah Wilson 4 th

(Avonside Girls’ High School).

Under-14 girls: Ava Henderson

1st (Avonside Girls’ High School).

Travelling reserve: Eloise Addison

(Rangi Ruru Girls’ School).

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163 young athletes and sports teams

• By Jacob Page

THE 29TH ZONTA Awards will

be held in Hornby on Thursday

to recognise the achievements

of Canterbury secondary school


The annual event, initiated by

the Zonta Cub of Christchurch

South in 1990, is a highlight of

the year for many young people.

In the past, recognition

at the awards has heralded

the beginning of some longstanding

and highly-successful

international careers.

New Zealand Paralympic

swimming coach Roly Crichton

will be the guest speaker.

There have been 163

nominations, including teams,

across six categories from 24

schools in the School Sport

Canterbury area, which includes

Kaikoura, North Canterbury

and the West Coast.

Zonta Awards finalists

Category one: The

award for the most valued

contribution to a team by

a young sportswoman

or sportsman who is not

eligible for nomination in

categories four or six

•Girls: Charlotte Allen,

Christchurch Girls’ High

School, rugby. Grace

Fissenden, Rangi Ruru Girls’

School, netball, athletics.

Amber Williams, Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School, rowing.

•Boys: Jack Baker, Papanui

High School, touch. Caleb

Cottom, Papanui High School,

football. George Rutledge,

St Andrew’s College, rowing.

Jimmy Williamson, Middleton

Grange, Basketball.

Category two: The award

for contribution to sports

administration by a young

woman and a young man in

a position of umpire, referee,

coach or tutor

•Girls: Kate Baird, St

Margaret’s College,

badminton. Harriet Fletcher,

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School,

netball. Gemma Harris,

Papanui High School, netball.

Ruby Lange, Christchurch

Girls’ High School, netball.

Jordan Taylor, Christchurch

Girls’ High School, cycling.

•Boys: Zac Barnett, St

Bede’s College, basketball.

James-paul Mountstevens,

Burnside High School, hockey.

Thomas Pilkington, Papanui



Girls’ High

School and

New Zealand

rower, Sally


(front), is a

favourite to

pick up a

Zonta Award

on Thursday






High School, touch. Nathan

van Slooten, Burnside High

School, hockey. Ben Weaver,

Lincoln High School, touch.

Category three: The

award for the most

outstanding achievement

by a young sportswoman

and a young sportsman

with a disability

•Girls: Ella Benn, Rolleston

College, swimming. Montana

Brown, Cashmere High

School, para-athletics. Alisha


Mill, Avonside Girls’ High

School, boccia.

•Boys: Reuben Anguisacabland,

Papanui High School,

athletics, cross-Country.

Nathan Carter, Darfield High

School, athletics, crosscountry.

Celyn Edwards,

Hillmorton High School, paraswimming.

Leuan Edwards,

Hillmorton High School, paraswimming.

Category four: The award

for the most outstanding

individual achievement

by a young sportswoman

and a young sportsman

specialising in one sport

•Girls: Charlotte Darry,

St Margaret’s College,

rowing. Sami Donnelly,

Burnside High School,

track cycling. Macey Fraser,

Rangiora High School,

football. Gabrielle Rennie,

Rangiora High School,

football. Olivia Sloan,

Christchurch Girls’ High

School, archery. Marisa

van der Meer, Middleton

Grange School, football.

Sally Wylaars, Avonside Girls’

High School, rowing. Lucy

Cochrane, Christchurch Girls’

High School, equestrian.

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nominated at the 29th Zonta Awards

Cass Hetherington,

Christchurch Girls’ High

School, sprint kayaking.

Helen Matthews, Kaiapoi

High School, basketball. Jess

Nisbet, Papanui High School,

canoe sprint. Brea Roderick,

Mount Hutt College, triathlon.

Caitlin Sadler, Avonside

Girls’ High School, korfball.

Ashley Strawbridge, Rangi

Ruru Girls’ School, hockey.

Brooke Teear, Papanui High

School, trampoline. Jiayi Zhou,

Burnside High School, table

tennis. Jenny Zhu, St Andrew’s

College, badminton.

•Boys: Celyn Edwards,

Hillmorton High School, paraswimming.

Zack Gallagher,

Christ’s College, rugby. John

Gerber, St Bede’s College,

athletics. Wil Gualter, Lincoln

High School, rugby. Sam

Hadley, Christ’s College,

skiing. Kazuma Kobori,

Rangiora High School, golf.

John Morrison, St Bede’s

College, hockey. Lawrence

Pithie, Christchurch Boys’ High

School, cycling. Jack Sexton,

St Andrew’s College, rugby.

Hunter Simpson, Rangiora

High School, softball. Jack

Wang, St Andrew’s College,


Category five: The awards

for the most outstanding

team of young sportswomen

and sportsmen or mixed


•Girls: Avonside Girls’ High

School, rowing under-18

double. Christchurch

Girls’ High School, cricket.

Christchurch Girls’ High

School, hockey. Christchurch

Girls’ High School, rugby.

Rangiora High School,

futsal. St Andrew’s College,

badminton. St Margaret’s

College, rowing under-18


•Boys: Christchurch Boys’

High School, cycling under-20

team time trial. Christchurch


Avonside Girls’ High

School student

and boccia player

Alisha Mill has been

nominated for a Zonta


Boys’ High School, rowing

eight. Papanui High School,

cross-country. St Andrew’s

College, swimming relay.

St Thomas of Canterbury

College, futsal.

•Mixed finalists: Burnside

High School, golf. Burnside

High School, table tennis.

Lincoln High School, touch.

St Andrew’s College,

adventure racing. St Andrew’s

College, swimming.

Category six: The award

for the best all-round

young sportswoman and

young sportsman who has

achieved in more than one

sporting code

•Girls: Tegan Bishop,

Rangiora High School,

surfing, skiing, skateboard.

Sophie Bowden, Christchurch

Girls’ High School, hockey,

rowing. Jaidyn Busch,

Christchurch Girls’ High

School, rugby, athletics.

Anneka Calder, Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School, hockey, rowing.

Kate Herman, Lincoln High

School, touch, basketball,

rugby. Millie Thompson,

Lincoln High School, hockey,

touch, equestrian, ki-o-rahi.

Naia Toaolamai-holden,

Christchurch Girls’ High

School, rugby, sevens,


•Boys: Louis Clark, Christ’s

College, water polo, surf

lifesaving, swimming. Wil

Gualter, Lincoln High School,

touch, rugby, volleyball.

Cameron Henderson,

Christchurch Boys’ High

School, rowing, rugby. Suli

Samasoni, Hillmorton High

School, basketball, kI-o-rahi,

volleyball, rugby.


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from around the South Island

have come together to present

their work at the Eastside Gallery

in Linwood.


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Group are


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now and

November 9

as part of an


called Media


The group of artists main aim is

to promote mosaics as a genuine

art form.

Media Freedom has

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range of materials, including

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china, rich natural stone and even


Various creations, including

pictures, mirrors and decorative

crafts, are included in the


Many of these pieces are for


•The exhibition will be open

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Students study Northern Corridor impacts

• By Claire Booker

ST ALBANS residents want

more greenspace and the ability

to use their streets safely, a

student study has found.

With the Christchurch

Northern Corridor set to open

next year, the suburb is in for

some major roading changes.

So a group of Canterbury

University geography students

decided to ask residents what

they want for their area in a

three-month study.

The residents said they

want people and safety to be a

priority, rather than cars, when

the Christchurch Northern

Corridor opens next year.

Said Canterbury University

student researcher Matt Stent:

“In response to some of the

major changes and work being

planned within the suburb of

St Albans and the surrounding

area, we were interested in

finding out what some of the

positives people saw in their

streets and what could be


Mr Stent said the students

findings will not be

implemented by them, but the

information will be available

to the St Albans Residents

Association to use in the future.

“We are working to help the

residents association understand

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Rachel Aitken have completed a study on roads in St Albans.

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the wishes of the local

community so they can keep

pressuring for the best outcome

for the residents of St Albans,”

he said.

Mr Stent said the project was a

good opportunity to be involved

with the community through

a challenging time, given the

predicted 48,000 vehicles per

day set to travel through the

suburb after the corridor opens.

“We are hoping that a

more positive outlook will be

beneficial for the local residents,

compared to the current council

plans and the flow-on effects.

“This course has reminded

us of the importance of this

kind of work to communities, as


‘This course has

reminded us of the . . .

consequences when the

process doesn’t work for

people’ – Matt Stent

well as the consequences when

the process doesn’t work for


The students have already

presented their findings to

more than 80 members of the

community, and will receive a

grade on the project next month.

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by Nadia Lim

With vegetarianism and veganism on the rise, New Zealanders are

not only becoming more aware of the benefits of following a plantbased

diet, but also of the negative impact farming animals can

have on the environment. Celebrity cook, nutritionist and co-founder

of My Food Bag, Nadia Lim, says she has wanted to put out a

cookbook dedicated entirely to vegetables for a while, but has been

waiting “for the right time”. That time is now.

Nadia has just released Vegful, a book she describes as “a

vegetable cookbook” rather than a vegetarian cookbook.

It provides inspiration for those of us who know we can do better

with vegetables - we just need a little guidance!

Elton John

The definitive portrait, with unseen images

by Terry O’Neill

“Looking at Terry’s photographs is like gazing through a window at the

most extraordinary and exciting moments of my life. I’m so glad he was

with us throughout the madness: in his evocative and stylish photos he

captured those moments as no other photographer could.” - Elton John

Elton John and iconic photographer Terry O’Neill worked together for

many years, taking in excess of 5,000 photographs. From intimate

backstage shots to huge stadium concerts, the photographs in this

book represent the very best of this archive, with most of the images

being shown here for the first time.

O’Neill has drawn on his personal relationship with Elton John to write

the book’s introduction and captions.

The Giver of Stars

by JoJo Moyes

Inspired by a remarkable true story, the unforgettable journey of five

extraordinary women living in extraordinary and perilous times.

Alice Wright has travelled halfway across the world to escape her

stifling life in England. Handsome American businessman Bennett

Van Cleve represents a fresh start. But she soon realises that

swapping the twitching curtains of suburbia for newlywed life in

the wild mountains of Kentucky isn’t the answer to her prayers. But

maybe meeting Margery O’Hara is. The heart and backbone of the

small community of Salt Lick, a woman who isn’t afraid of anything

or anyone, Margery is on a mission.

Tall Tales

And Wee Stories by Billy Connolly

‘Coming from Glasgow, it’s weird, I don’t really tell jokes, like Irish jokes and

all that. I tell wee stories. And some of them don’t even have punchlines. But

you’ll get used to it as the night goes on, and on, and on, and on and on...’

In December 2018, after fifty years of belly-laughs, energy and outrage, Billy

Connolly announced his retirement from live stand-up comedy. It had been

an extraordinary career

Tall Tales and Wee Stories brings together the very best of Billy’s storytelling

for the first time and includes his most famous routines including, The Last

Supper, Jojoba Shampoo, Incontinence Pants and Shouting at Wildebeest.

With an introduction and original illustrations by Billy throughout, it is an

inspirational, energetic and riotously funny read, and a fitting celebration of

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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

available to members of the community

to witness signatures and

documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations and

sign citizenship, sponsorship or

rates rebates applications. No


Shirley Library

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Go Falls Prevention Exercise


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

Email by

5pm each Wednesday

Sit and Be Fit

Thursday, 9.30am

Complete a class of exercises

without even leaving your

chair. The cost of the class is

$5.50 and you’ll get a cup of tea

or coffee.

Taiora: QE II Recreation and

Sport 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


Aranui Library

Scrabble Club

Tuesday and Wednesday, 1.30-

3.30pm and 1-2.45pm

Go along to the Scrabble

Club. No obligation, just go

along when you can and join the

friendly group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Shirley and Parklands


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


Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a drop-in

session 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 is held every

Friday, just go along and join the

fun. Free, no bookings required.

Shirley Library


Friday, 10.30-11.30am

Do you like solving puzzles?

Then go and have fun with

friendly little mBots and have a

go at some of the challenges.

New Brighton Library


Friday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a weekly Makerspace

session and get hands-on

with activities for all ages. Something

new every week.

Aranui Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Make new friends, practice

english and learn about New

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Hip 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 or both hips.

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. Alternatively, a back

muscle could also be the cause, as shown in

the image.

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


At Physical Sense, hands-on techniques

Hip muscle that causes hip pain

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

(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 hip,

strengthen the important core muscles and

increase general strength and balance. They

teach a movement sequence that stretches

the hip 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. 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

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Back hip muscle that causes hip pain

Physical Sense Gym & Physio is located

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Have you been declined treatment by the DHB ?

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A natural remedy for good health

Black Seed oil is often referred to as “The Remedy

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Tasty Bites

Benefits of a Japanese plant-based diet

Japan is known for its plant-based diets, an intimate relationship with the sea, and one of

the oldest living populations in the world, this dish embodies the flavours and benefits of

what the country has to offer

Deconstructed sushi bowl

Serves 4


Pickled cucumber

1 cucumber, thinly sliced

½ cup (125ml) rice wine vinegar

or apple cider vinegar

2 tsp coconut sugar

1 Tbsp tamari

1 tsp sesame oil

2 Tbsp sesame seeds

Red rice

2 cups (400g) red or brown rice

¼ cup (60ml) sushi rice vinegar

Teriyaki roasted cauliflower

6 Tbsp tamari

¼ cup (60ml) water

3 Tbsp rice wine vinegar

2 tsp ginger, grated

4 Tbsp coconut sugar

1 Tbsp cornstarch

1 head cauliflower, chopped into


8 small carrots

Salt and pepper, to taste

Olive oil

4 baby or two medium-sized bok

choys, thinly sliced lengthwise

To serve

½ pack of nori sheets cut

diagonally into triangles

4 radishes, thinly sliced

Coriander, to garnish


To make the pickled cucumber,

place sliced cucumber in a bowl

and sprinkle with a generous

pinch of salt – gently mix.

Set aside for 5min then rinse

and drain.

In a lidded container, combine

rice vinegar, coconut sugar,

tamari, sesame oil and sesame


Add cucumbers to the

container and, with the lid on,

toss to marinate.

To make the rice, cook rice as

per package instructions. Once

cooked, add sushi rice vinegar

and stir well to combine.

To make the teriyaki roasted

cauliflower, heat oven to 200 deg



Add tamari, water, rice wine

vinegar, grated ginger and

coconut sugar in a medium pot.

Bring to boil and simmer on low

heat for 5min. Dissolve cornstarch

in a small amount of water.

Add this cornstarch mixture to

the pot to thicken, mixing well.

Simmer for a further minute and

stir occasionally. Add cauliflower

to the pot and toss to combine.

Spread cauliflower in a single

layer on a lined baking tray.

Place carrots on separate lined

baking tray. Sprinkle generously

with salt, pepper and olive oil.

Roast both the cauliflower and

carrots in the oven for 20min or

until done.

To saute the bok choy, heat olive

oil in a pan over medium heat.

Add bok choy and season with

salt and pepper. Cook for a few


To serve, add a scoop of rice,

some toasted cauliflower, bok

choy, carrots, pickled cucumber,

a couple of nori sheets and some

radish in a serving bowl. Garnish

with coriander and extra sesame


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and a clever study nook for flicking off

the quick email while you wait for dinner.

Warm timber floors and deep charcoal

carpets are complimented by fresh white

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look. The front of the home wraps

around extensive decking to maximise

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Entertaining family and friends will be a

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There are four excellent sized bedrooms

with a striking tiled main bathroom. The

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There is level access into a triple car

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off street parking. The property has been

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A superior lifestyle is to be had here in

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