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LIVING

LIFE

JUNE 2020

DISCOVERING

POSITIVE

RETIREMENT

INSIDE

Meet

Zane Stankuna’s

PAGE 2

Canterbury Film

Society’s schedule

PAGE 3

Introducing Hyundai

Venue Elite

PAGE 4

Retirement villages

PAGE 6

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LIFE

COMMUNITY

INFLUENCER

NO SHAME

DESSERTS

C ommunity inf luencer

Creating raw planted based desserts is Zane Stankuna’s

passion. She is a degree qualified nutritionist and

member of the Nutrition Society of New Zealand.

Her expertise is working with people recovering from

eating disorders. She uses a whole food and evidencebased

approach to health, well-being, and weight

management and sees clients at her office in Mona Vale.

Has food always been a

passion?

My love for raw plant-based deserts started about seven

years ago when I was living in Wellington and decided

to transition from eating a pescatarian diet (for most

of my life) into eating a plant-based vegan diet. That is

when I started experimenting with raw vegan desserts

as I tried to make vegan versions of my favourite nonvegan

foods. The first raw desert I made was a raw

caramel slice followed by a blueberry cheesecake.

When did you start selling your

cakes?

I have been selling raw cakes and slices for over a

year now. I am a degree qualified nutritionist and I

was making cakes for my clients as part of my private

nutrition practice. Then I realised how much I really

enjoyed making cakes and started selling them at the

Christchurch Farmers’ Market. I love spending the

whole day in the kitchen and I feel so grateful to be

doing a job I love, which doesn’t make it a job at all.

Why I love creating raw cakes?

The purpose of making these raw treats was to create

healthier versions of traditional cakes and slices. My

product is for health-conscious people who appreciate

high quality food. I am using mostly organic and fairtrade

ingredients.

Where are your desserts

located?

I am a member of the Riverside Collective. My cakes

are available seven days a week at the Collective area.

I attend Riccarton Market and supply a few cafes with

my cakes. I also provide desserts to clients and the

general public.

What is your background?

I am originally from the small European country of

Latvia. I came to New Zealand 8 years ago on a holiday

and fell in love with the beautiful country and people. I

am now a New Zealand citizen and feel very fortunate

to call this lovely country home.

Kuka Unbakery 0274130298, hello@thekukaunbakery.

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Northern Hemisphere Christmas traditions obviously don’t

translate that well down here in the South Pacific when the

festive season rolls round. So, clever types realised the solution

was to have two Christmas celebrations a year - a summerthemed

one for the actual day, and a faux Yuletide marked in the

middle of the southern winter, when heavy, tasty feasts in a snug

dining room surrounded by friends and family make far more

sense.

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With mid-winter Christmas parties now firmly established in

the Kiwi calendar, this could be the year for you to take your

celebration to a new level. Northern Hemisphere Christmas

traditions obviously don’t translate that well down here in the

South Pacific when the festive season rolls round. So, clever types

realised the solution was to have two Christmas celebrations

a year - a summer-themed one for the actual day, and a faux

Yuletide marked in the middle of the southern winter, when

heavy, tasty feasts in a snug dining room surrounded by friends

and family make far more sense.

With mid-winter Christmas parties now firmly established in

the Kiwi calendar, this could be the year for you to take your

celebration to a new level.

- Decorate your area as a winter wonderland

- Host a Mid-Winter Tea Party

- A holiday meal celebration

- Or games night with games such as Christmas Pictionary,

Christmas Quiz, Pass the parcel, Christmas Carol Sing-off or

charades

- Present optional

The Canterbury Film Society’s July-August

schedule is glowing with winter crowdpleasers,

including Bustamante’s Ixcanul

Volcano (2015), Nyoni’s I Am Not a Witch

(2017), Baker’s The Florida Project (2017),

Erlingsson’s Woman at War (2018) and

Lee’s God’s Own Country (2017). Join us

on Monday nights at the Isaac Theatre

Royal (June only) and the Christchurch

Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū (3 July

onwards). Doors open at 7pm for drinks

and socialising; screenings start 7.30pm

with a short introduction. Anyone joining

on 6 July will receive a free drink and raffle

ticket.

Furthermore, as the 2020 International

Film Festival has moved to an online

format, on August 10th, 17th & 24th

they are offering a programme bonus of

some light-hearted films that will offer

three nights of laughter: Tass’s Malcolm

(1986), Hard Day’s Night (1964) and Extra

Ordinary (2019).

They have made joining easy. A $30

Flexi-Pass allows you access to any

three films of your choice, has no expiry

date and may also updated to a halfyear

or full membership. See www.

canterburyfilmsociety.org.nz for details or

to join their mailing list follow them on

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Let The

Canterbury Film Society take you further

into film!

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LIFE

MOTORING

Quite simply I don’t understand how it works, two

companies under the one umbrella selling similar

models.

I’m talking about Hyundai and Kia, both of which

have released the Venue and Seltos respectively, small

sport utility vehicles that have just landed in the New

Zealand market.

I’m a big believer in shared product development and

componentry, it makes for cost savings which then

trickle down to the customer, but these two models

compete in a tight market where choices will be made

solely on cost and value.

I drove the Kia Seltos evaluation in late March. The

car in this evaluation is Hyundai’s Venue, and while

both share the same floorpan and many similarities,

there are plenty of differing features such as exterior

design and drivelines.

The Venue also has a shorter wheelbase than the

Seltos, and measures just 4m against the Seltos at

4.3m. But therein lies a bit of a trick, for those who

definitely want, or need, a small SUV then the Venue

is the pick.

It fits into a market where the buyer will benefit from

the easy access up front and tall seat height, it’s great

for those in my generation who are advancing in

years. If you don’t have young ones in tow or seldom

have rear seat passengers and like the manoeuvrability

short cars offer, then the Venue has advantages.

It also has a more traditional driveline, its 1.6-litre

engine is paired to a six-speed automatic gearbox, as

opposed to the continuously variable transmission

in the Seltos. And if you are already thinking that the

Venue’s 1591cc engine wouldn’t compete against its

stablemate’s 2-litre unit, then think again. Hyundai

rate the Venue at 90kW and 151Nm, and although

both outputs are realised tall in the rev band at

6300rpm and 4850rpm respectively, the engine

doesn’t work overly hard.

That’s because at just over 1100kg, the Venue in total

is a lightweight, and that doesn’t ask much from under

the bonnet.

This engine is used widely across the Hyundai/Kia

range, in turbo and non-turbo form, it is a sweet

unit that delivers smoothly and quietly. The naturally

aspirated unit in the Venue is responsive and fills the

close gaps between gears easily.

In terms of performance, the Venue will reach

100km/h from a standstill in 11sec. It isn’t a fast car,

but then again, the market it is destined for doesn’t

require speed, it is capable amidst the hurly burly of

today’s traffic, and that is all that would be requested

from it.

Hyundai claims a combined cycle average fuel usage

figure of 7.2-litres per 100km. That fits well with the

consumption gauge in the test car, it was showing

8.4l/100km when I returned it to the dealership.

In Elite form the Venue has enough wizardry to keep

buyers happy. Major items of fitment include part

leather trim, keyless entry and ignition, central screen

touch display, Apple Car Play and Android Auto

capability and heated steering wheel, the latter ideal

for those frosty Canterbury mornings soon to arrive.

For safety, the Venue has a lot of the kit Hyundai has

developed for its car range. The list is too extensive

to detail, but I’m sure it will easily fit a five-star

Australasian New Car Assessment Program rating

when crash testing is carried out.

If you don’t need all the bells and whistles of the

Elite, the Venue also lands here in entry-level form, it

doesn’t miss out on much and will still give plenty of

satisfaction within the buying experience.

The Venue lands at a special launch price. It lists at

$27,990 for a limited time. It will go up to $29,990 at

any given point, and you’d need to add $4k for Elite

trim.

That doesn’t quite meet the keen price of Kia Seltos,

but it is close and with the Venue’s extra goodies I

guess buyer choice will come down to whatever feels

right on the day of purchase.

Price – Hyundai Venue Elite, $31,990

Dimensions – Length, 4040mm; width,

1770mm; height, 1592mm

Configuration – Four-cylinder, frontwheel-drive,

1591cc, 90kW, 151Nm,

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Performance – 0-100km/h, 11sec

Fuel usage – 7.2l/100km

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LIVING

LIFE

RETIREMENT

VILLAGES

Security, freedom from home maintenance worries, support,

companionship and on-site healthcare are just some of

the reasons why you might be contemplating the move to

a Retirement Village. But, the implications of buying in a

Retirement Village are varied and often seem quite complex.

It’s not the same as buying a residential property. The most

important thing to remember is that this decision is about

you and the type of lifestyle you want. Here are some things

to keep in mind when you’re thinking about the move to

Retirement Village living.

The Lifestyle – what kind of lifestyle do you want? Think

about the things that are “must haves” for you and pick a

Village which enables you to achieve your goals. Look at

different Villages and speak to the residents to ensure that the

Village you pick ticks all your boxes.

Your Future - does the Village have Hospital or Dementia

level care? If your needs change, are you able to move within

the Village to a different level of care? And what costs are

involved?

Ownership – there are different legal structures used in

Retirement Villages with the most common being Licences to

Occupy. These do not transfer ownership, as such, but rather,

they confer a licence to occupy a certain unit at the Village

until a given event. You are required to seek legal advice before

you sign an Occupation Right Agreement and the terms must

be explained to you.

The Money – make sure you understand exactly what your

purchase price or “Entry Payment” is paying for. What ongoing

fees are there? Will those fees change? If so, how will

they change? On ending your Agreement, what money will be

refunded to you? How is this calculated? What costs will be

taken out of any refund and when will you receive it?

Safeguards – are there any safeguards?

Is the Retirement Village registered?

How financially strong is the Village?

How long is the cooling off period,

during which you can change your mind

and receive a refund of your deposit

(there is a minimum of 15 working days

after you sign the Occupation Right

Agreement)?

The decision to move into a retirement

village is not one you should rush. Take

time and consider all your options.

SOLUTIONS PUZZLES

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MEDIUM

ACROSS

1 God of wine (7)

5 Author of The Iliad (5)

8 Highways (5)

9 Malicious retaliation (7)

10 Lifting device (7)

11 Kings of the jungle (5)

12 Liverpool's river (6)

14 Large gun (6)

18 Performed in a play (5)

20 Marine mammal (7)

22 North African country (7)

23 Plant fibre used for making rope (5)

24 Disreputable (5)

25 Female siblings (7)

DOWN

1 Ennui (7)

2 Professorship (5)

3 Antagonistic (7)

4 Industrial action (6)

5 Slum dwelling (5)

6 Seasonal wind of the Indian Ocean (7)

7 Scottish dances (5)

13 Went to bed (7)

15 Books of maps (7)

16 Flummox (7)

17 Accessories (3-3)

18 Media (anag) (5)

19 Rot (5)

21 Overly eager speed (5)

Make a checklist of the reasons for and

against and involve your family and

friends in your decision making process.

It is also important to ensure you have

the appropriate legal and financial

advice.

At Harmans we have experience dealing

with purchasing in a Retirement Village.

Give Phillipa Shaw a call on 03 352 2293

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your situation.

QUICK CROSSWORD

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O H O T O O E

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R O A D S R E V E N G E

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D E R R I C K L I O N S

O L E O

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M E R S E Y C A N N O N

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A C T E D D O L P H I N

I I E D A A P

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M O R O C C O S I S A L

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• an excessive build-up of earwax

• glue ear

• an ear infection with inflammation and fluid build up

• a perforated eardrum

• malfunction of the ossicles

• a defective eardrum

Ear infections can leave scar tissue, which might reduce

eardrum function. The ossicles may become impaired as a

result of infection, trauma, or fusing together in a condition

known as ankylosis.

2) Sensorineural hearing loss

Hearing loss is caused by dysfunction of the inner ear, the

cochlea, auditory nerve, or brain damage.

This kind of hearing loss is normally due to damaged hair cells

in the cochlea. As humans grow older, hair cells lose some of

their function, and hearing deteriorates.

Long-term exposure to loud noises, especially high-frequency

sounds, is another common reason for hair cell damage.

Damaged hair cells cannot be replaced. Currently, research is

looking into using stem cells to grow new hair cells.

Sensorineural total deafness may occur as a result of

congenital deformities, inner ear infections, or head trauma.

3) Mixed hearing loss

This is a combination of conductive and sensorineural hearing

loss. Long-term ear infections can damage both the eardrum

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PUZZLES

ACROSS

1 God of wine (7)

5 Author of The Iliad (5)

8 Highways (5)

9 Malicious retaliation (7)

10 Lifting device (7)

11 Kings of the jungle (5)

12 Liverpool’s river (6)

DOWN

1 Ennui (7)

2 Professorship (5)

3 Antagonistic (7)

4 Industrial action (6)

5 Slum dwelling (5)

6 Seasonal wind of the Indian Ocean (7)

7 Scottish dances (5)

14 Large gun (6)

18 Performed in a play (5)

20 Marine mammal (7)

22 North African country (7)

23 Plant fibre used for making rope

(5)

24 Disreputable (5)

25 Female siblings (7)

13 Went to bed (7)

15 Books of maps (7)

16 Flummox (7)

17 Accessories (3-3)

18 Media (anag) (5)

19 Rot (5)

21 Overly eager speed (5)

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With winter well and truly

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Everyone knows the cooler months are tough

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Putting moisture back into the skin, hair and

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Taking a multivitamin is another great way

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essential vitamins it needs over the cooler

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additional supplements. That being said, during

winter – when many of us trade the gym for

the couch and fresh salads for stodgier comfort

food – a multivitamin might just be your secret

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Vitamin C is a powerhouse when it comes to

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blood cells – the cells that fight against

intruders in the body. Many immune-focused

multivitamins will also include echinacea, which

may lower your risk of catching the ills and chills.

Other vitamins and minerals that are beneficial to

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Should you have any further questions regarding

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2. Radiance Kids Immune Gummies 60’s – An

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kids healthy this winter. Packed with

essential immune system nutrients vitamin

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4. Lipo-Shell Vitamin C 30 Pack – Take the

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AFT Pharmaceuticals, Auckland.

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