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New mural to

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Association issues stern

reminder to fly-tippers

• By Bea Gooding

DON’T BE a tosser.

That’s the message the Richmond

Residents and Business

Association is giving to “low

lives” who have used their community

as a rubbish dumping

ground in the past decade.

It was why members resorted

to producing their own warning

signs reminding people to stop

dumping piles of household

trash, including unwanted

furniture.

And so far it has worked in

spite of repeated requests to the

city council to enforce fly-tippers

by installing crime prevention

cameras in areas by the Avon

River.

The area is used by many

who love to take walks near the

former red zone.

“It’s really a deterrent, we have

seen a decrease [in dumping] but

not completely,” said association

chairwoman Vicki Brown.

“We designed and commissioned

these signs to deter

people from fly-tipping in our

area, as well as so close to our

waterways. It was getting excessive.

• Turn to page 6

WARNING: A stern but humourous reminder at the corner of Swanns Rd and River Rd for people to stop dumping

rubbish in Richmond and other areas near the former red zone. ​

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Thursday, 10-11am

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Build your confidence in te reo

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learners. Free, no booking required.

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Wednesday, 10am-noon

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Go along and learn how to use

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Dementia Partners Support

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Friday, 10.30am-noon

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The Wainoni Avonside Community

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All welcome. Phone Betty Chapman

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SAYGo Falls Prevention

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Friday, 10-11am, at New Brighton,

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New Brighton Library and South

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Reading to Dogs, Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm, New Brighton Library. A

relaxed, non-threatening event designed to encourage children to practice

reading skills and develop a love for reading. Registration required. Phone

941 7923 to register. ​

of having a fall. Free, no bookings

required but places are limited. Phone

Age Concern on 366 0903.

Rotary Market

Sunday, 8.30am-12.30pm

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

A variety of stalls will be available,

including fresh produce, jams and

preserves, and recycled clothing,

books and tools. Every fine Sunday,

with all proceeds supporting the local

community. For site inquiries, phone

Vance at 022 382 0086.

Creative Writing on Sundays

Sunday, 1.30-3.30pm

Linwood Library

Writing group leader Jennifer will

work with group members to craft,

create and develop their own stories.

Take some pens or pencils, paper, or a

laptop. This class is free.

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Monday, 7.30pm

Ouruhia Hall, 225 Guthries Rd

The Marshland Table Tennis Club is

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the fun each week at its new premises

in Belfast. All abilities welcome. $5

for adults, $3 for children. For more

information phone 021 205 1106.

North Beach Bridge Club

Wednesday, 1-4pm

St Andrews Anglican Church, Marriotts

Rd, North New Brighton

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members of the bridge club, who

meet every Wednesday. Phone

Margaret Keall at 382 0274 for more

information.

South Brighton Voices Choir

Wednesday, 7.30-9.30pm

New Brighton Methodist Church

If you love singing, go along

and join the friendly choir each

Wednesday. New members, especially

tenors and basses, are welcome.

Reading music is helpful, but not

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High school band vies for

Rockquest national title

A FIVE-PIECE R&B band from

Shirley Boys’ High School has

stood out from more than 750

musical acts for a chance to snag

the Smokefreerockquest national

title.

After winning the regional

finals in May, the Single Malt

band was invited to apply for a

spot to compete at the national

final in Auckland next month.

Comprising of Cooper Gibb-

Faumuina, Ryan Diggs, Jed

Rimmer, Robin McGregor and

Javaan Gribben, the students

have been selected by judges

to join the top 10 school bands

across the country based on

their video submission.

Single Malt is one of two

Christchurch bands to perform

at the finals, with hard-rock

band Kenring of Middleton

Grange School also making the

cut.

Judge Ash Wallace said she

was incredibly impressed with

the top acts this year.

Judges had to consider 30 acts

that made the last stage of selection

for a chance to be chosen to

compete at nationals

CHANCE: Shirley Boys’ High School students and Single Malt band members Cooper

Gibb-Faumuina, Ryan Diggs, Jed Rimmer, Robin McGregor and Javaan Gribben were

chosen to compete at the Smokefreerockquest national finals. ​

“There was always going to be

a unique energy and enthusiasm

this year after such a hard year

for the music community in

2020,” she said.

“The top 30 this year, all of

them, submitted videos that were

of an incredibly high standard.

All the acts had written awesome

songs, and were obviously having

so much fun performing and

sharing their craft.

“That is what music is all

about so it has just been such a

thrill to see that.”

The top 10 includes seven

bands and three solo-duo acts.

In its 34th year,

Smokefreerockquest is

recognised as a launching pad

for many great Kiwi musicians,

including Marlon Williams,

Broods, Kimbra and Alien

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Call to keep

70km/h

speed limit

• By Samantha Mythen

LINWOOD-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham wants the city

council to keep Humphreys Drive

at 70km/h.

He is concerned the proposed

speed reduction will increase

commuter times for motorists

driving into the city.

“Given the recent speed reductions

from 50km/h to 30km/h

through the Woolston Village,

transit times for residents commuting

to the city are likely to

increase,” he said.

“The route via Humphreys

Drive provides an alternative and

quicker option for many coastal

residents.”

The city council is proposing

to reduce the current 70km/h

speed to 60km/h in an effort to

make it safer for both cyclists and

motorists who share the road.

City council transport

operations manager Steffan

Thomas said the speed limit

reduction would also “better

reflect the safe and appropriate

speed recommended by current

speed management guidance

from Waka Kotahi New Zealand

Transport Agency.”

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School Update

Manukura Kōrero

He kākano ahau i ruia mai i Rangiātea

I am a seed which was sewn in the heavens of Rangiatea

Kia Ora Koutou Katoa, ngā mihinui ki te whānau o Haeata.

The greatest gift we have as a community is our tamariki,

because our tamariki are our past, our present and our

future. As a community we must ensure that above all

things our tamariki and rangatahi are

always our first priority.

Another gift Aranui whānau have is

Haeata. A gift given and deserved to

ensure that tamariki and rangatahi in the

East have access to quality education

framed by innovative ako/teaching and

learning and supported by one of the

most sophisticated modern learning

environments in the country.

There are some who attempt to describe

Haeata’s building design as ‘nothing

more than a ‘giant barn.’ Nothing could

be further from the truth and I need to

make clear here that you as whānau can

be assured that our learning environment

caters for the best in innovative curriculum

delivery and design. With the introduction

of He Korowai manaaki, our ‘better

behaviour for learning’ strategy, our tamariki and rangatahi

can now focus on their core business - the business of

quality ako experiences.

Our next wero is to raise attendance rates for all ākonga.

Our tamariki and rangatahi, like those around the motu,

sometimes find it hard to engage. So much that is

challenging for them lies outside the kura gate, and outside

our control. On-line bullying, social media overload,

unhealthy ‘friendships’ and a newly

emerging ‘apocalypse anxiety,’ around

issues to do with climate change burden

ākonga unnecessarily.

We need to free ākonga from these

constraints and let them be kids. While

they might demand to be treated like

adults, theirs is not yet an adult world.

Right now they don’t need to worry

about paying the power, the phone, the

food, the rent or the mortgage - they

have years ahead of them to do that.

What they do need to do is grow - in

a nurturing and safe environment - at

home and at kura.

So, as their whānau, at home and at kura,

let’s commit to letting them be kids for as

long as they can be, and to ensuring they

get to enjoy their school years; because some would say

our school days are the best days of our lives.

Let’s make it so for all of our tamariki and rangatahi!

Kia kaha, kia toa, kia manawanui.

Arohanui

Whaea Peggy

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Recycle a Device started

a programme at Haeata

at the end of Term 2 that

we are very excited to

share with you!

This was a very important

door that has been

opened today for some

of our ākonga and for

our kura. Providing an

experience of working

within an IT field for our

ākonga is something that

we are so happy to be

achieving, in partnership

with Digital Futures

Aotearoa.

Our ākonga got an opportunity to see how a laptop works,

and how to pull them apart and put them back together. This

programme will continue throughout lunchtimes as our ākonga

get sent more and more devices to recycle and repair. These

devices can then be used at Haeata or be sent to whānau who

need them. What an exciting initiative for our ākonga to be a

part of to both learn and give back to the community.

Te Mātāpuna Mātātahi | Children’s University

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people’s aspirations for higher education and encourage lifelong

learning. The University of Canterbury and Lincoln University are

working in partnership to deliver the programme, which is the first of

its kind in New Zealand.

They fill the passport with hours

of learning or volunteering

outside the school classroom.

The passport is stamped by

registered Learning Destinations

or volunteering organisations.

Once 30 hours of learning or volunteering are reached, students

are invited to attend a graduation ceremony to celebrate their

achievements.

We were so excited to see the success in 2020, that this year we have

managed to get 40 spots for 2021. This is an exciting opportunity for

our ākonga to experience success in 2021!

At the end of term 2 we had a trip to Lincoln University. A day of

new experiences into university life.

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all about sheep 101.

• What makes a plane?

• Activity: Ocean Science, conservation. What happens to plastics in the sea?

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New mural to power up the red zone

A VIBRANT new road mural

is brightening up mid-winter

days in the former red zone,

with the artist hoping it will help

encourage people to explore the

space.

‘Crossings’ by New Brighton

artist Nathan Ingram, also

known as Dr Suits, is an abstract

artwork painted on Burwood’s

Corserland St.

The street leads through

a range of public activities

facilitated by landowners

Toitū Te Whenua LINZ and

leaseholders Life in Vacant

Spaces.

The mural features geometric

shapes that play on the way roads

remain in the red zone in spite

of the absence of the houses they

once served.

A collaboration between Dr

Suits and arts facilitators Watch

this Space, it is one of a series

of creative additions to a ninehectare

area known as East x

East.

“It heightens the impact of

the road markings to a more

purely aesthetic level, while

also encouraging the viewer to

enter the work and play across

its shapes and lines,” said Watch

this Space’s Dr Reuben Woods.

“It also plays on the natural

environment by aligning with

REIMAGINED: New Brighton artist Nathan Ingram has painted a mural in the former red

zone that complements other artwork encouraging people to play games in the area.

the shadows cast by nearby

power poles.”

The mural is complemented

by another 80s-inspired artwork

by local artists Porta and

Bols – the latest addition to

their ‘Power Up!’ interactive

installation.

Painted onto a shipping

container, the new artwork uses

a pixelated style reminiscent of

a video game screen, inviting

people to play the nearby ‘Power

Up!’ treasure hunt game.

‘Power Up!’ includes retro

arcade game rewards – such as

coins, potions, treasure chests

and swords – that are distributed

around the area for people to

seek out and power up.

“The game not only adds to the

idea of playing in the red zone,

but also draws on the history

of the area as a site for family

homes where children grew up

playing,” said Dr Woods.

All the artworks and games

ultimately aim to encourage

people to explore and reimagine

the area.

Said Dr Woods: “The red

zone is loaded with associative

meanings and memories, but at

the same time needs to speak

of the future and what we can

do with these spaces. Adding

creative interventions is a

good way to encourage

people to think about their

surroundings and how to engage

with [them].”

A grant from the city council’s

Red Zone Transitional Land Use

fund was approved by Te Tira

Kāhikuhiku to help fund the

creation of the new murals.

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Problem started 10 years

ago after earthquake

• From page 1

“The council don’t do any enforcement

of fly-tipping and rely

on locals to Snap Send Solve for

disposal of rubbish.”

A city council spokesperson

said the residential red zone team

has spoken with residents about

fly-tipping deterrent options,

including CCTV.

But they said a business

case was needed

to support the install,

repair, maintenance, and

operational costs.

“Occasional fly-tipping

would not trigger this

expense normally,” they

said.

“CCTV was trialled by the

Canterbury Earthquake Recovery

Authority when they managed

the residential red zone, but it

wasn’t cost-effective.”

The joint venture was between

the Riverlution Eco Hub and We

are Richmond – the association’s

official name.

Initially, “normal” looking

signs were installed, but when

they were ignored, the groups

decided to amp it up with signs

that delivered the message loud

and clear.

The improved signs were put

up at several spots across the area

in the last few months. One can

Vicki Brown

be found at the corner of Swanns

and River Rds.

They said the community has

had to put up with the problem

as far back as the February 22,

2011, earthquake when the area

became the residential red zone.

“We have had praised from

the city council parks

department, our community

boards and other

resident’s associations

for pushing forward with

initiatives to better our

community,” said Brown.

The city council

spokesperson said it

was difficult to identify

offenders, especially as the Litter

Act 1979 requires observation

of a person committing an offence

or a reasonable cause for

suspicion.

It is currently working on engaging

with community boards

for help in targeting identified

hot spots and wider community

education.

“This is a national issue that

is known to be on the rise,” they

said.

“Even in cases where there is

something in the dumped contents

that could lead us to who

may have been involved, this is

not sufficient evidence to positively

identify the offender.”

Grant to help more students

get involved in native planting

A CHARITABLE trust that

is working with 16 schools to

populate parts of the former red

zone with native plants is getting

a $61,400 grant to expand its

operation.

The money will come from

the Red Zones Transitional Use

Fund that was set up by the city

council to provide support to

projects and events

Ahead of their longer-term

regeneration, the projects will

help create activity and vibrancy

in the former red zone areas.

Some of the schools involved

include Linwood College, Rawhiti

Primary, St Andrew’s College,

Burnside Primary, Christ’s College,

Avonside Girls’ High School,

Christchurch South Intermediate

and St Margaret’s College.

“The Eco-Action Nursery

Trust is doing an amazing job at

both connecting young people

with the former red zone area

along the Ōtākaro Avon River

Corridor and educating them

about the process for endemic

native revegetation,’’ sustainability

and community resilience

chairwoman and city councillor

Sara Templeton said.

The trust was set up two years

ago.

It collects endemic native plant

VOLUNTEERS: The Eco-Action Nursery Trust, which works

with 16 schools across the city, has received a grant, allowing

it to teach more young people about native planting.

PHOTO: NEWSLINE ​

seeds, under permit from Travis

Wetland and Riccarton Bush,

propagates seedlings and grows

plants at a central nursery at

Christ’s College, using volunteer

school students and supervisors.

It is working with the schools

to help them establish satellite

nurseries, providing start-up kits

of 500 to 1000 plants and all the

equipment they need to successfully

grow them.

Eco-Action Nursery Trust

chairwoman David Newton

said the grant will allow it to get

more schools and young people

involved in the growing and

planting process.

“The native trees and plants that

are being grown by the students

through the nursery programme

provide much-needed food and

habitats for native birds and lizards,

which is another important

focus for us,’’ Newton said.

The trust has a five-year

lease on a parcel of land off

Chimera Cres, in the Ōtākaro

Avon River Corridor which it

has started planting with the

help of volunteers. It also has a

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We’re rolling out

COVID-19 vaccinations

to Aotearoa New Zealand

Everyone aged 60+ can book their vaccination now

New Zealanders aged 60+ can book now at BookMyVaccine.nz or call

0800 28 29 26. If you’re in one of our priority groups (Groups 1, 2 and 3)

and haven’t been vaccinated, don’t worry, you can still make your booking.

We’re rolling out Group 4 in age bands

Everyone in Aotearoa New Zealand will be able to get the vaccine – it’s free and there’s enough vaccine for everyone.

With more than 2.5 million people aged under 65, to make the process flow smoothly, we’re breaking it down by age bands.

We’re starting with the oldest and working our way down to the youngest.

Important dates

28 July Everyone 60+ Can book now

11 August Everyone 55+ Bookings open

Bookings will open soon to the rest of Aotearoa in age bands,

from oldest to youngest. Remember, once you’re eligible to be

vaccinated, you can book at any time. There’s no cut off.

60 +

55 + 45 + 35 + 16 +

When it’s your time to book a vaccination

Step 1: Receiving an invitation

When you’re eligible, you’ll receive a letter inviting you to book

at BookMyVaccine.nz. We’ll follow up with an email and text.

Step 2: Make your booking

Once you’ve received your invitation, or when your age band is

open, go to BookMyVaccine.nz to book your appointments.

If you’re unable to book online, you can ring the COVID Vaccination

Healthline on 0800 28 29 26 (8am to 8pm, 7 days). We’ll make the

booking for you and answer any questions. Interpreters are available

if you need them.

You can expect to have your first vaccination six to eight weeks after

you make your booking. Depending on where and when you’d like to

be vaccinated, you might find an appointment earlier. You’ll need

to leave at least three weeks between your first and second doses.

Step 3: Get your vaccination

We’ll send a reminder the day before each appointment. It’s very

important to get two doses of the vaccine – this will give you the

best protection.

Other ways to get vaccinated

There are other ways to be vaccinated, including workplace

vaccinations and other vaccination events around the country.

In many remote rural communities, we will vaccinate all age groups

at the same time.

Many GPs are also providing COVID-19 vaccinations and are taking

bookings directly. To find out if your GP is offering this service,

visit healthpoint.co.nz/covid-19-vaccination

The stronger our immunity, the greater our possibilities.

Find out more at Covid19.govt.nz


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It has been reported that one of the great

pleasures of living in New Brighton, is getting

out on the weekends or after work and selecting

one of the many options available in order to

relax and unwind.

Commonly known activities include the

beach, library, pier, and the new hot pools

which each showcase the prominent central

area. Less known activities include cycle rides.

One of them being the ride along the stretch of

beach between Southshore north to Waimairi.

To bike along its length is a stunning

experience. It is a reminder of why the coastal

area is referred to as an amazing place. Starting

off from Southshore and passing the almost

completed very impressive New Brighton surf

club under a blue sky and calm conditions, it is

quickly evident how much the beach is used in

the height of winter.

Hundreds of people are walking or running

along the beach and dunes or cycling along

the coastal track as they express their delight.

Pedalling northwards along the flat wide beach,

the landscape changes where storms have eaten

into the sand banks and created mini cliff faces,

and the sun-lit landmark buildings along the

way act as a guide posts.

Other landmarks include the North Brighton

Community centre, the iconic North Beach,

Waimairi and Spencer Park surf clubs.

Scattered across areas are children on

ponies, wind surfers, colourful kites, and

powered hang gliders. Nearing the river

mouth, the amount of woody debris increases

along the sand dune fringe as piles line the

banks of the Waimakariri River which have

resulted from the recent flood surge.

The 18km ride starting along the Southshore

spit displays white pristine seascape and is a

great winter activity to explore as one of many

pleasures of New Brighton.

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Easy to prepare mains

with plenty of taste

Chicken

drumsticks will

appeal to all the

family, try this

tangy sweet chilli

sauce recipe to

dress them up

Sweet chilli chicken

drumsticks

Serves 4

Ingredients

8 chicken drumsticks

2 tbsp citrus juice

4 tbsp sweet chilli sauce

2 garlic cloves

Fresh ginger, sliced

1 lemongrass, crushed

Directions

Put the drumsticks in a

baking dish, allow 2-3 per

person. Glug over them

sweet chilli sauce, soy or

oyster sauce, citrus juice,

a bit of oil and any or all

of the following that you

happen to have on hand –

crushed garlic cloves, sliced

fresh ginger, crushed lemon

grass, fresh chillies (if you

like it hot) slices of whatever

citrus you have juiced.

Place the chicken in the

oven and braise until the

drums are cooked.

Meanwhile, make a salad.

Mix any greens with fresh

herbs such as mint and

basil, fresh tomatoes and

cucumber. Try to use a

crunchy lettuce.

Serve it all in bowls on

the table or plate it.

Butterflied Lamb

Serves 4

Ingredients

1 butterflied boneless leg

of lamb

2 tsp fresh rosemary

1 tsp dried oregano

1 lemon

1 tsp lemon juice

¼ cup oil

2 garlic cloves

Salt and freshly ground

pepper

Directions

Place the lamb in a shallow

dish and sprinkle over

rosemary, dried oregano,

lemon rind(grated), juice,

garlic and oil. Season with

pepper.

Refrigerate overnight if

possible. Remove the lamb

from the fridge at least 1

hour prior to cooking.

Lift lamb from the marinade,

season with salt and

cook on a hot barbecue for

15min each side or longer if

you like.

Rest for 10min prior to

serving.

Salmon and spinach

packets

Serves 2

Ingredients

1 tbsp orange, finely

grated rind

3cm fresh ginger, peeled

and julienned

1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

3 tbsp orange juice

4 cups baby spinach,

washed and drained

1 tbsp wholegrain mustard

2 salmon fillets, about

150g each,

Freshly ground black pepper

Directions

Cut two pieces of baking

paper to about 30cm x

30cm.

Place two cups of baby

spinach in centre of each

piece. Top with orange

rind, salmon, ginger, orange

juice, mustard and pepper.

Drizzle with a little oil.

Bring long sides of paper

together and fold over a

couple of times to make a

neat seam. Tuck ends under

parcel.

Microwave on high for

about 5min or bake in a

200 deg C oven for about

15min.

Serve with steamed vegetables

or a salad depending

on whether it is a cold

or warm day.

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Keep cosy with

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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

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vehicle fleet. This means they have the latest

communication and GPS tracking technology

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know where they are and how far away they

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RDP’s home heating diesel trucks come

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the truck into house tanks. The length of

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HOME & HEATING

Ground moisture barrier

under low sub-floor

Now with the colder and wetter weather on

its way, home owners are focusing on ways

to make their homes comfortable, warm

and healthy for their families throughout

winter. Rising damp is an issue that affects

many of our older properties which suffer

from poor, or no, ground moisture barrier.

In Canterbury especially, post-quake, many

people have relocated to homes that suffer

from rising damp which can be associated

with health problems. Independent tests have

shown that up to 40 litres of water can rise

from the ground and enter a house every day,

leading to mildew, mould, condensation and

musty smells. Moulds can produce various

allergic reactions and the frail, elderly and

very young are especially vulnerable.

Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd is a

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understands the problems caused by rising

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flowable foam concrete under your timber

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While insulation is important, it has been

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villain in the house. The new Healthy Homes

Standards introduced by the government

effective from the 1st July 2019 now has

a requirement to install ground moisture

barriers, a key element in the armory to fight

moisture in the home.

Dr Larry Bellamy BE (hons) PhD in a

report dated 1988: Foam Concrete Under

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the effects of placing Foam Concrete over

damp soil and had this to say: Condensation

on the underside of a timber floor can occur

where the floor is suspended over damp

ground and the inside air temperature falls

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Much energy is required to vaporize moisture

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Zone Control for your

Ducted heat pump

Ducted heat pumps are a highly efficient

way to heat (or cool) your home. The

air from the heat pump is ducted to

several rooms or zones in your house.

Using a zone control system makes your

ducted heat pump even more efficient, by

specifying the amount of heat required

in each area, so not wasting energy to

overheat or overcool any room.

The AirTouch4 zone control system

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AirTouch4 - The Ultimate Zone

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Have total control of your comfort zone:

AirTouch4 lets everyone enjoy a different

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Save money on the power bill, without

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runtime tracking, energy and airflow

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The AirTouch4 can also connect to

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Not every home is designed equal. Not

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With AirTouch4’s Individual

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