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Safe house stickers a

way to help beat crime

• By Bea Gooding

RESIDENTS ARE launching their

own initiatives to tackle crime in

Parklands, including the creation

of Safe House Community Stickers

designed to aid anyone in distress.

The brainchild of concerned

residents Grant Donnell and Ariana

King, the initiative is a partnership

with local schools and signage company,

SIGNBIZ.

Residents can place the distinctive

yellow stickers, which read

“community safe house,” on their

letterboxes.

They signal to any child or person

who feels distressed that it is okay

to knock on the front door. This

enables them to seek refuge or

call parents, a trusted person, or

authorities.

Said Donnell: “It’s more for the

kids, but it’s for anyone. We had an

elderly man who was wandering

the street and he was delirious. He

walked past so many houses and

not one person gave him a hand.

•Turn to page 4

PROTECTION: Grant Donnell is

one of the Parklands residents

behind the Safe House

Community Stickers initiative,

designed to help any person or

child in distress.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN ​

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Upgraded community centre opens

THE NORTH New Brighton

Community Centre has

reopened after a much-needed

revamp.

The centre at 93 Marine Pde

has just had a two-month,

$236,000 refurbishment, inside

and out, after the city council

identified it as a priority for

maintenance.

“There’s a beautiful ocean

view from this facility, which has

made it a popular

venue for

weddings, receptions

and parties,

and now the

building itself

has been beautified

to match,”

John Filsell

said John Filsell,

city council head

REVAMPED: The North New Brighton Community Centre is now open to the public

following a two-month closure for refurbishment.

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of community support, governance

and partnerships.

“As well as fresh paint, partial

deck and handrail replacement

and new doors and signage,

we’ve also fitted out the inside,”

Filsell said.

“We’ve extended the upstairs

kitchen with all new fittings and

appliances, resealed the flooring

to the hall and stage, given

the ceilings, walls and doors a

new paint job and upgraded the

toilets.

“This is part of our ongoing

refurbishments of our council facilities

– these are great treasures

dotted around the city, and they

can be booked for all sorts of

functions, classes and meetings.

“Up next, we’ll be improving

Ascot Community Centre,

Fendalton Community

Centre, Harvard Lounge, Hei

Hei Community Centre and

Waimairi Community Centre,”

Filsell said.

The North New Brighton

Community Centre

refurbishment is a result of the

city council’s recently completed

community facilities network

plan. This plan gives a snapshot

of facilities across the city.

By understanding where

these spaces are and what each

can offer, the city council can

work with the community to

make the most of each facility

in the network, and identify and

support opportunities for the

community to activate, operate

or own the facilities.

In Brief

BUS STOP NOTICES

The Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board has asked

the city council to make the

information notices outside the

Eastgate Shopping Centre transport

hub larger. A resident raised

concerns about the signs, which

outline the temporary relocation

of bus stops, saying they are too

small and difficult to read for the

visually impaired. The area is being

transformed to make it safer

for people to access the bus stops.

PLANTING DAY

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part in the second Trees for

Canterbury community planting

event at Horseshoe Lake Reserve

on June 26, 10am to noon. The

project aims to plant more native

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A WAINONI charity is seeking

donations of new “socks and

jocks” for the vulnerable men it

supports.

Coinciding with Men’s Mental

Health Week, the He Waka Tapu

Trust’s Brotherhood programme

is holding its inaugural “socks and

jocks week.”

The trust provides practical

donations such as clothing,

homewares and toiletries to men

who have experienced adversity in

their lives.

Many of them attend courses

at the trust, with themes such as

stopping violence, building confidence

and self-esteem, alcohol

and drug education, social support

and health and fitness.

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‘It brings Parklands together’

•From page 1

“So it got me thinking that we

could get something there to say:

‘We can look after you’,” Donnell

said.

The initiative comes after

meetings between residents,

schools, community groups,

business owners, city council staff

and police to discuss concerns

over increased youth offending in

the area.

The meetings, spearheaded

by Donnell, followed a

2000-signature petition he

started in an effort to get the

city council to install crime

prevention cameras at Parklands

Reserve, Parklands Community

Centre and the Travis Wetlands

car park on Mairehau Rd.

Donnell told Pegasus Post in

March, the incidents, largely

involving teenagers, allegedly

included assault with knives,

theft, car break-ins and children

selling drugs.

But it seems like the issues

have taken a turn for the better

since residents took a proactive

approach.

“Crime’s down, there’s a lot

more police in the area now,

which is great. Every second day

someone was getting beaten up

or cars were getting broken into,”

Donnell said.

“But it’s basically been a

HELP: The Safe House Community Stickers are designed to

go on Parkland’s residents’ letterboxes.

month-and-a-half since we

had anything like that on our

Facebook page, residents are

looking out for each other.

“A lot of kids are playing sports

now, using those fields and the

community is out and about.”

Outcomes and future steps

that came to light following

the meetings were highlighted

by Donnell at a recent Coastal-

Burwood Community Board

meeting.

These included a youth drop-in

hub at the Pukeko Centre where

“kids might need a feed,” and

having a system where existing

trusts, residents’ associations,

and community groups can

collectively provide assistance to

tackle common issues.

Community board deputy

chairwoman Jo Zervos and

other members were also at the

meetings to listen to residents’

concerns.

Everything from loitering at

playgrounds and more lighting

in public places to supporting

parents and enabling more

community involvement in many

aspects of Parklands life was

discussed.

“[The meetings]

were very heated

and there were

a lot of upset

people, but

halfway through

Jo Zervos

the night, the

tides turned. It

went from negative

thinking to positive solutions,”

said Zervos.

“It’s one of these things that’s

happening all around the city,

not just Parklands. But Parklands

decided to act and that’s really

fantastic.”

Zervos praised Donnell and

the community for getting their

heads together to form solutions,

including the Safe House stickers.

But they will not be launched

until Donnell receives more

funding and legal advice.

“It brings Parklands together

and strengthens it,” she said.

“And it’ll be beneficial for kids

knowing that they can go to a

house if they feel under threat or

need help; there’s been concern

about bullying tactics and kids

with crime.”

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Issues highlighted in survey

• By Matt Slaughter

RESIDENTS ARE largely

unsatisfied with the condition

of roads and footpaths in

Christchurch.

The city council’s recent

Christchurch Residents’ Survey

revealed only

29 per cent

of those who

gave feedback

are satisfied

with the

condition of

roads and 36

Bronwyn

Hayward

per cent with

footpaths.

It comes

as the city council’s Long Term

Plan, which outlines its 10-year

budget, and has been undergoing

consultation since March, will be

finalised this month. It includes a

proposed budget of $18.3 million

a year, for the first three years of

the plan, for road resurfacing.

Meanwhile, the results of

the survey show 24 per cent

of respondents who have been

involved in governance processes

are satisfied with their influence

on city council decisions and

only 36 per cent understand how

its decisions are made.

It comes as 2381 Christchurch

residents gave feedback on

the city council’s draft Long

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Term Plan.

The city council says it is working

on ways to improve engagement.

The Star spoke to residents

in April after written consultation

for the Long Term Plan had

closed. All either did not know

what the Long Term Plan is, or

chose not to give feedback on it.

Canterbury University professor

Bronwyn Hayward believes

the number of people who gave

feedback on the draft Long Term

Plan is promising. However,

she said the reason more people

did not give feedback, could be

because they have a lack satisfaction

with their influence on city

council decisions.

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formal submissions.

“Many people that give submissions

are not expecting to

have their submissions agreed

with, but we do know that people

have confidence in a process

when they feel that they were

listened to respectfully and given

enough time to be heard.”

Said city councillor Yani Johanson:

“I think at a governance

level, we do need to consider how

we make it easier for people to

understand what council’s doing

and to be involved in what council’s

doing.

“Certainly, making it easier for

people to understand information

is critical. The second thing

is having greater transparency

and openness around our briefings.”

Said city council head of community

support, governance and

partnerships John Filsell: “We

are always looking at ways we

can improve our engagement.

“We are continuing to engage

and educate on decisions and we

actively encourage as many people

as possible to submit, contribute

and get involved via a variety

of channels – online, hard copy

and face to face.

“These questions [in the survey]

seek to establish if citizens

have had that opportunity to

contribute/influence/have their

say on council decisions – rather

than whether they were able

to influence council’s decision

to the individually preferred

outcome.”

In contrast to the city council

services residents are most concerned

with, there are many they

are happy with.

Of those surveyed, 100 per cent

are satisfied with education programmes

in Christchurch, 98 per

cent are happy with the Botanic

Gardens and Mona Vale, 95 per

cent with libraries, 97 per cent

with walk-in customer service

and 92 per cent with customer

service over the phone.

Overall satisfaction with city

council services is sitting at 49

per cent – a slight decrease from

50 per cent last year.

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Kerbside bins collection –

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Education programmes –

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Libraries – 95 per cent

Botanic Gardens and

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External communication –

82 per cent

Customer service – walkins

97 per cent/email – 71

per cent/phone – 92 per

cent

Condition of footpaths –

36 per cent

Walking friendly city – 74

per cent

Condition of roads – 29 per

cent

Community parks – 63 per

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Influence on city council

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Understanding of city

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Public influence on

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Trust granted more space to grow

native trees for the community

A CHARITABLE trust which

runs a native tree nursery

providing thousands of trees

each year for community

planting projects across the city

is expanding its operation.

The Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

has given The Green Effect

Trust permission to lease more

of Charlesworth Reserve, Ferrymead,

so it can increase the

size of its Trees for Canterbury

native tree nursery.

The trust grows more than

150,000 plants a year, of which

around 40,000 are donated for

community planting projects.

The remainder are sold on a

commercial basis, with all the

profits reinvested in the organisation.

Trees for Canterbury manager

Steve Bush said the expansion

of the nursery meant a lot to the

trust.

“It increases employment with

an extra staff member being

brought on board, it enables us to

support more volunteers and to

offer more educational activities

on-site, while providing the extra

space to grow more eco-sourced

EXPANSION: Trees for Canterbury trust manager Steve Bush said being granted

permission to expand its operations meant more people with disabilities can be

employed to work for them.

PHOTO: NEWSLINE

local plant species for projects

and plantings in Christchurch,’’

he said.

“There has been so much pressure

to supply local species, our

resources are at breaking point.

Without this extension, it will

hold back our support for the

huge number of community and

council plantings that are happening

and being planned for

the future.’’

Community board

chairwoman Alexandra Davids

said there is increasing demand

for native plants to assist in

the regeneration of the former

red zone, and to meet the

Government’s aspirations for

the planting of one billion

trees.

“They came

to us asking

for permission

to lease an

additional

3000 sq m of

Charlesworth

Alexandra

Davids

Reserve and the

board has agreed

to that request,”

she said.

Trees for Canterbury not only

helps with regeneration efforts

across the region, but it also

provides work opportunities

for disadvantaged people in

communities.

Said Davids: “It does very

worthwhile work and we view

the expansion of its nursery

as a positive move as it means

it will be able to provide more

tree seedlings to schools and

community groups that are

working to enhance their local

environment.”

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Fight for community centre rebuild continues

• By Tina Grumball

TEN YEARS on, the residents of

Shirley are still fighting to have

their community centre rebuilt.

The Shirley Rd centre was

damaged in the February 22,

2011, earthquake, and demolished

soon after.

Joanne Byrne, spokeswoman

for the 10 Shirley Road group,

said the centre had been “absolutely

thriving before the

earthquakes.”

Residents had been forced to

use Shirley Library as a makeshift

centre, but this was not a

permanent solution.

“We don’t have the space in

our current library. It’s outdated,

it’s not fit for the purpose anymore,”

Byrne said.

Byrne said an influx in infill

housing and populating in

Shirley would mean a higher

demand for community centres.

‘“It’s time for an overview of

the facilities in our area.”

Shirley Road Central chairwoman

Jennifer Dalziel said

young people were among the

most affected, with holiday and

after-school programmes not

able to function at full capacity.

Dalziel said that young people

are often found playing in the

car park of The Palms shopping

centre instead.

CAMPAIGN: Joanne Byrne, spokeswoman for the 10 Shirley Road group, has been fighting

the city council to have the suburb’s community centre rebuilt. PHOTO: TINA GRUMBALL ​

She said parents wanted

their youth to be “going out

to a holiday programme” and

“connecting with other people,”

rather than “sitting around on

PlayStations,” or playing in the

car park.

“People have lost the ability

to get out and socialise with

people.”

A petition started three years

ago, by the Papanui-Innes Community

Board to fight the council

on funding has been signed

by 1200 people so far.

Advocates for Shirley, Byrne

and Dalziel presented the petition

to the city council in May,

during Long-Term Plan submissions.

Byrne and Dalziel also brought

along letters of support from

Christchurch East MP Poto Williams,

and Christchurch Central

MP Dr Duncan Webb.

There was “originally money

put aside for a research study,”

Byrne said, “but that disappeared

after the plan and there

was absolutely nothing.

“We’re starting from scratch.”

The city council has not

decided on the next Long Term

Plan yet, but the advocates

are hoping and “really, really

praying” their submission will go

through.

Looking at other community

centres that have been built since

the earthquakes, they are hoping

for $5 million to $10 million.

Said Byrne: “It’s time to move

forward now. We need to build

for the next 50 years.”

•To have your say about

the proposed centre, visit

either the Shirley Centre 10

Shirley Road Community

Group on Facebook,

or the website: https://

www.10shirleyroad.org.nz/

Te Korari Street

Marshland Road

Marshland

Substation

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Key

Approximate worksite

One-way system

Prestons Road section one-way

due to power network upgrade

Please allow extra time for your

journey and follow all signage and

instructions from our team on site.

Orion is installing a new 66kV power

cable between the new Belfast

Substation on Blakes Road and the

Marshland Zone Substation.

As we lay the cable on Prestons

Road we need to close the road to

eastbound traffic. From 28 June for

up to 6 weeks you will not be able to

travel east on Prestons Road between

Marshland Road and Te Korari Street.

These are essential upgrades to the network,

so we can better service the fast-growing Belfast

and Marshland areas. To do this work, we need to

close Prestons Road, between Marshland Road

and Te Korari Street, to eastbound traffic so our

crews can work safely.

We understand the work and detour are an

inconvenience for residents and commuters.

Thank you for your patience.

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Set your heat pump temperature to 18

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Heat where you eat/sleep, play

Heat pumps use the most energy

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Close the doors to unused rooms

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Prepare your

home for winter

Minimise your heat loss

Insulation

Without insulation, approx. 30-35%

of the heat loss occurs through the roof,

20-30% through windows, and 20-25%

through walls. The floor and air leakage

make up the balance.

Drafts

Seal up any unused openings such as cat

doors and open fireplaces.

Use draft stopping tape around windows

and tape, door ‘sausages or a rolled-up

towel for doors.

Double glaze windows, there is a wide

range of DIY Window insulation kits that

are both effective and economical.

Downlight fittings

Some modern LED downlights have

insulation fitted over them, instead of

leaving a gap for fire prevention.

Super-efficient LEDs use less energy

and can save lighting costs. Ask a lighting

specialist or registered electrician for

advice.

Simple steps to reduce dampness

Air your home regularly

Open doors and windows for 10-15

minutes each morning or use a ventilation

system.

Use energy efficient, low

emissions heaters

Heat rooms being used to at least 18˚C.

Don’t use unflued or portable gas heaters.

Use extractor fans

They can help to get rid of moisture in

the bathroom and laundry and use a fan or

rangehood in the kitchen.

Use lids on pots when you cook

This helps to stop the steam escaping.

Turn on the fan before a shower

or bath

Shut the bathroom door and open the

window slightly. Afterwards, leave the fan

running until the moisture clears.

Move furniture away from walls in

winter

A 10cm gap discourages mould

(especially on external walls).

Dry washing outside

Use a washing line or rack in the garage

or a under covered area.

Leave wardrobes slightly open

A little air circulation discourages mould

growing on fabric.

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this winter

Junior pupils at Queenspark School

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THe pupils had fun leaping, crawling

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designed to help children develop their

fine motor skills.

It creates an opportunity for children

to explore their untapped potential with

the use of colour, music, food, games and

hands-on activities.

RD Petroleum (RDP) is a familiar sight

for farm and rural residents around the

Canterbury region, however now days urban

residents also enjoy the same excellent

customer service for which RDP is known for

in rural communities, through their home

heating diesel.

RDP began its home heating diesel delivery

service to the lower South Island’s main urban

centres of Christchurch, Timaru, Dunedin

and Invercargill a number of years ago.

Customer demand has continued to increase

year upon year, and RDP has responded

with specialised improvements to its delivery

equipment.

The trucks that deliver RDP’s home heating

diesel in each urban centre are drawn from

the company’s extensive vehicle fleet. This

means they have the latest communication

and GPS tracking technology on board, so

the operations team always know where they

are and how far away they are from their next

delivery stop.

RDP’s home heating diesel trucks come

equipped with a specially-designed hose,

through which the diesel is pumped from

the truck into house tanks. The length of

the hose allows the trucks to access tanks

without having to enter the property, avoiding

damaging the driveway. RDP is the place to

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HOME & HEATING

Get the balance

right this winter

Enviro Master has been helping

Cantabrians get the balance right when it

comes to choosing the perfect heat pump or

air conditioning system for their home or

office since 2002.

Their team of expert sales people, qualified

electricians, heating and refrigeration

engineers, help to supply and install

Christchurch’s widest range of heat pumps,

and because they have no affiliation with any

one brand, you can be assured their advice

on the benefits and differences between each

product is unbiased.

They will recommend the most energyefficient

and cost-effective system for your

individual situation, and will have you

regulating the heat in your home or office in

no time.

Nowadays, customers are often wanting

whole home solutions to be able to maintain

even temperatures throughout the home both

in Winter and Summer. This can be achieved

by using ducted systems or multi systems

and Enviro Master are experts in designing,

installing and commissioning these systems.

Help is currently available with a

government subsidy covering 80 per cent of

the cost of a new heat pump up to $3000.

The subsidy is part of the Warmer Kiwi

Homes initiative and is available to Home

owner/occupiers with a Community Services

Card, a SuperGold combo card or who live in

a low-income area as determined by deciles

8-10 on the New Zealand Deprivation Index.

The applicant’s home must also have been

built before 2008, have insulation up to code

(insulation subsidies also available) and have

no fixed heating in a living area, such as an

existing operational heat pump or fireplace.

With new regulations coming in for

Landlords to provide heating in rentals,

now is a great time to beat the deadline.

Inadequate heating and ventilation can lead

to mould growth and dampness in your

property, leading to costlier maintenance

and an unhealthy living environment.

Providing a fixed heater with a higher heat

output and lower running costs, like a heat

pump, will enable your tenants to heat the

area effectively. Enviro Master are well

experienced with the Tenancy Services

software to ensure that you are meeting your

requirements.

To ensure you choose the right system for

your home or business, one of Enviro Master’s

experts will visit to assess your individual

situation, offer advice and answer any

questions you may have. This consultation

is at no cost to the customer and is always

provided before a heat pump is installed.

Anyone wondering about their eligibility

for a subsidised heat pump are welcome to

get in touch for details and help with the

application process. To find out more, call

Enviro Master on (03) 366 0525 or visit

their website www.enviromaster.co.nz.

What makes a great

Heat Transfer System?

There are a number of Heat Transfer

systems on the market. Smooth-Air

ventilation specialists offer a range of HTU

Heat Transfer Units with carefully selected

components to optimise the system:

They use insulated duct to transfer the

heated air with as little heat loss as possible.

The fan moves sufficient air for the distance

and number of rooms, without being noisy.

The diffusers send the heat to the floor, not to

skim the across the ceilings. All components

are good quality - designed to operate for

years without problems.

Smooth-Air’s HTUs come in a range of

options: One to four rooms, with or without

thermostat and with a choice of grilles and

diffusers. HTUs improve energy efficiency

in your house, as you are using excess

heat. They have low power consumption

- only 80watts for the three room system.

Circulating air through the house also

reduces the risk of damp.

You can also choose the HTU version with

downjet diffusers, which throw the warm

air downwards to the floor. These downjet

diffusers can also be adjusted to regulate

which room receives the most warm air.

An average size living room requires 2-4 kw

of heating, yet appliances such as log burners

generate heat in the region of 10 -20kw. This

leaves an excess of 8 -16kw of heat which

sits at high level in the heated room, usually

above door level.

Heat transfer units work best where very

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ceiling. So heat pumps, which circulate warm

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However, if you have both log burner and

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Use garlic and onions to jazz up roast

Sunday roasts are

a traditional Kiwi

favourite. Try adding

some powerful flavours

for a change that

should please the

whole family

Roast beef with garlic and

onions

Ingredients

1.5kg rolled roast beef

2 medium onions

2 carrots

2 sticks celery

1 bulb of garlic

1 bunch of mixed fresh herbs ,

such as thyme, rosemary, bay,

sage

olive oil

Directions

roasting tray and drizzle with oil.

Drizzle the beef with oil and

season well with sea salt and

black pepper, then rub all over

the meat. Place the beef on top of

the vegetables.

Place the tray in the oven,

then turn the heat down

immediately to 200 deg C

and cook for 1 hour for

medium beef. If you prefer it

medium-rare, take it out five to

10min earlier. For well done,

leave it in for another 10

to 15min.

If you’re doing roast potatoes

and veges, this is the time to

crack on with them – get them

into the oven for the last 45min

of cooking.

cooking and if the veges look dry,

add a splash of water to the tray

to stop them from burning.

When the beef is cooked

to your liking, take the tray out of

the oven and transfer the beef to

a board to rest for 15min. Cover

it with a layer of tin foil and a tea

towel and leave

aside while you make your

gravy, horseradish sauce and

yorkshire puddings.

Remove the beef from the

fridge 30min before you want to

cook it, to let it come up to room

temperature.

Preheat the oven to 240 deg C.

Baked chicken breasts

Wash and roughly chop the

vegetables – there’s no need

Ingredients

to peel them. Break the garlic

bulb

260

into cloves, leaving them

x 180

4 tablespoons olive oil

unpeeled.

3 tablespoons honey

Pile all the veges, garlic and

2 tablespoons whole grain

herbs into the middle of a large Baste the beef halfway through mustard

1 tablespoon smooth and mild

Dijon mustard

4 cloves garlic, peeled and

minced

1-2 tablespoons fresh lemon

juice

1/2 teaspoon paprika

2 pounds (1 kg) boneless skinless

chicken breasts, (4 large

chicken breasts)

Salt and cracked black pepper,

to season

2 tablespoons fresh chopped

parsley, to garnish (optional)

Lemon wedges, to serve

(optional)

Directions

Onions roast

up well in

the oven

with beef,

don’t forget

to garnish

with herbs

before

serving

Preheat oven to 200 deg C.

Lightly grease a baking tray/

sheet with oil and line with foil or

parchment paper.

Combine the oil, honey,

mustards, garlic, lemon juice

and paprika in a small bowl to

combine well.

Place the chicken onto the

prepared baking sheet (tray).

Season generously with salt and

pepper. Spoon three-quarters

of the honey mustard mixture

evenly over the chicken and

spread evenly all over each

breast. Pour a quarter of a cup of

water onto the baking sheet to

prevent burning, creating a sauce

while baking.

Bake until cooked through

(about 20-30min, depending

on the thickness of the breasts).

Spoon the remaining sauce over

each breast and broil (or grill) for

a further three-to-four minutes

on medium-high heat to brown

the chicken and caramelise the

edges.

Cover with foil and allow to

rest for 10min to let the juices

settle before serving.

Garnish with parsley and serve

immediately with lemon wedges.

Notes

To include roasted asparagus,

arrange them onto the same

baking sheet around the chicken

in the last 10 minutes of cooking

time. Rotate them in the pan

juices or pan sauce and season

with salt and pepper.

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We welcome you to come and

visit us here in vibrant new brighton,

or if you desire, we can bring the

vehicle of your choice to you.

We can provide, at our expense, a full

MTa appraisal for your peace of mind.

$21,995

2008 Audi TT RoadsTeR conveRTible

1980cc, 2 door automatic, 42,116kms, air conditioning, ABS brakes,

alloys, car stereo, CD, central locking, electric mirrors, electric

windows, power steering.

Feel free to contact us at your leisure.

We do not mind after hours calls.

Phone John: 021 715 611

Phone Reg: 021 325 659

$18,995

2009 BMW 120i conveRTible

1990cc, 2 door auto, 66,661kms, air con, ABS brakes, airbags, alloys,

car stereo, CD, central locking, electric mirrors, electric windows,

electric seats, leather seats, power steering, remote locking.

$13,995

2007 BMW X3 aWd

2490cc, auto, 83,897kms, air conditioning, ABS brakes, airbags, alloys,

car stereo, central locking, climate control, electric mirrors, electric

windows, power steering.

$13,995

2015 FiAt 500 PoP

1240cc, 3 door auto, 79,250kms, air conditioning, ABS brakes,

car stereo, CD, central locking, electric mirrors, electric windows,

power steering.

$15,995

2010 LexuS Hs250H HYbRid

2360cc, auto, 55,875kms, air con, ABS brakes, airbags, all electrics,

alloys, car stereo, CD, cruise control, electric mirrors, electric seats,

parking sensors, reversing camera, smart key push button start.

$15,995

2015 MAzdA deMio s

1300cc, 5 door auto, 13,033kms, air con, ABS brakes, airbags,

car stereo, CD, central locking, electric mirrors, electric windows,

power steering, remote locking.

$17,995

2008 JAguAR XF PReMieR lUXURY

2967cc, auto, 49,883kms, 4 door, air con, ABS, all electrics, alloys, CD,

car stereo, central locking, climate control, cruise, electric mirrors,

electric leather seats, power steering, remote locking, reverse camera.

$11,995

2012 toyotA aqUa s HYbRid

1490cc, 5 door auto, 75,153kms, air conditioning, ABS brakes, airbags,

car stereo, CD, central locking, electric mirrors, electric windows,

power steering, remote locking.

$13,995 $17,995

2014 ReNAuLt lUTecia

1190cc, 5 door auto hatch, 65,481kms, air con, ABS brakes, airbags,

Alloys, car stereo, CD, central locking, electric mirrors, electric

windows, power steering, remote locking.

2013 SuBARu Xv aWd

1990cc, 4WD, 5 door auto, air con, ABS brakes, airbags, alloys, CD,

car stereo, central locking, electric mirrors, electric windows,

power steering, remote locking, roof racks.

$17,995

2012 VoLkSWAgeN TigUan sPoRTs 4Wd

1980cc, auto, 84,451kms, 4WD, air conditioning, ABS brakes, airbags,

alloys, car stereo, CD, central locking, electric mirrors; electric

windows, power steering.

$12,995

2011 dodge calibeR sXT

1998cc, 5 door auto, NZ new, 38,851kms, air con, ABS brakes, airbags,

alloys, car stereo, CD, central locking, cruise control, electric mirrors,

electric windows, power steering, remote locking.

$14,995

2011 MitSuBiShi lanceR vR

4 door, 36,320kms, air con, auto, ABS brakes, airbags, alloys, body kit,

car stereo, CD, central locking, cruise control, electric mirrors,

electric windows, NZ new, power steering, remote locking, spoiler.

$14,995

2015 MAzdA deMio Xd diesel

1490cc, 5 door auto, 44,466kms, air con, ABS brakes; airbags,

alloys, car stereo, CD, remote central locking, electric mirrors,

electric windows, power steering, spoiler.

Yours for the Long Run!

123 Seaview Road, New Brighton

Phone: 388 9703

www.storermotors.co.nz

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