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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2022

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ART: The back sheds at Waltham School now have four

cultural narrative murals that reflect its diversity, including

Papatūānuku (Earth mother) and suffragette Kate Sheppard.

Colourful murals reflect

cultural diversity of school

• By Natalie Pham

WALTHAM SCHOOL has been

given a colourful makeover to

reflect its diversity.

The cultural narrative murals

that appear on the back sheds

of the school are the work of

well-known artist Kophie Su’a-

Hulsbosch.

Su’a-Hulsbosch, a former

Waltham pupil, was among

seven headline artists participating

in the Flare street art festival

to paint major murals across the

central city.

Her work at Waltham School

consists of four panels representing

Papatūānuku (earth mother),

Filipino goddess of fertility

and agriculture Ikapati, Hindu

goddess Bhumi, as well as the

most prominent member of the

women’s suffrage movement

Kate Sheppard, and Papa’ele

(Samoan Earth mother).

Su’a-Hulsbosch, who was

also the finalist of 2022 Impact

Award, said the overall theme of

the murals was cultural identity

and mythology.

“As well as incorporating

endangered and at risk animals,

like tiger, elephant, whitebait,

long-fin eels, and our native

birds to get kids interested in

conservation,” she said.

The artist said students were

supportive and excited to watch

the process.

Su’a-Hulsbosch also gave

credits to young artist Toiturehu

for the work on the pillars at the

site.

The opportunity of painting

the murals came after former

teacher at the school Becca Baynton

approached her.

Said Baynton: “Kophie has

done a lot of artworks in the

city. Fortunately, she was an exstudent

at Waltham so she was

happy to come back and help

with the school’s murals.”

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Better Digital Futures:

Introductory

Monday, 10am-noon

Spreydon Library

A programme that Christchurch

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with Stepping Up NZ, supporting

over 65s to learn new skills and build

confidence in using computers,

smartphones, tablets, and the internet.

Run as four separate pathways, each

programme runs for two hours over

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JP Clinic

Every Tuesday, 10am-1pm

South Library

A justice of the peace will be

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community, to witness signatures

and documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations as well as

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Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Thursday, 1.30-3.30pm

South Library

Go along with your knitting,

crochet, or anything you like that’s

portable and crafty, and enjoy time

with other crafters. Share skills and

be inspired in our friendly, relaxing

Heart Foundation Health Check, Friday, 10am-1pm, South

Library. Join Heart Foundation at South Library for a free blood pressure

and heart health check provided by the Heart Foundation. Free, no

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fabulous range of craft books.

Technology Help Drop-In

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Tuesday, 10.30-11.30am

Spreydon Library

Do you need help using your

smartphone, iPad, or tablet? Go

along to Spreydon Library for help

with email, searching the internet,

using the library catalogue, eBooks,

and general computer queries. Take

your laptop, tablet, or smartphone for

help with anything digital. Free, no

bookings required.

Afterschool Activity Zone

Every Tuesday, 3.30-4.30pm

South Library

Go along to South Library for

a variety of activities including

technology, crafts and games in

a fun learning environment. All

whānau welcome. Free, no bookings

required. Under 12-year-olds must be

accompanied by an adult. Guardians

Thursday September 15 2022

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Wā Pēpi-Babytimes

Wednesday, 10.30-11am

Spreydon Library

Encourage learning through

language. Wā Pēpi-Babytimes is an

interactive programme including

music, movement, rhymes and a

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Monday, 2-4pm

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More local birdlife, higher tree

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Giving us

Liveable neighourhoods

100,000 trees

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Planted in

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Aracve, leafy streets, shade in

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Giving us

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CONCEPT DESIGN: The complex will include an 18-hole

indoor mini golf course, 40-bay golf driving range, pro shop,

function rooms and cafe, and batting cages for softball,

cricket and baseball. ​Above – nearby Taiora: QEII Recreation

and Sports Centre.

QEII sports complex gets green light

• By Natalie Pham

A $12 MILLION multi-sport

training and entertainment

complex planned for QEII Park

has received the go-ahead.

The company Five Under Par

Ltd will now have nine months

to secure funding and provide

sufficient financial information, a

business plan and a final design.

If satisfied with the provided

information, the city council

will enter into a lease with the

company.

The decision to grant an

agreement was made by the

Waitai Coastal-

Burwood Community

Board on Monday.

The complex will

include a mini golf

course, a 40-bay golf

driving range, batting

cages for softball,

cricket and baseball,

function rooms and a

cafe, and a pro shop.

Alternate plans would be made

Chris Bond

for an eight-lane sack slide as the

proposed area was not included

in the available areas for

lease.

Said board chair Kelly

Barber: “It’s very nice to

see people prepare to take

that risk to do something

for the community.”

Board member Linda

Stewart said she was

happy to see the plan go

through.

“It’s an element that we’ve been

waiting for as QEII Park is in

the middle of both wards and

it’s a perfect location with the

expressway.”

City council head of city

growth and property Bruce

Rendall said the lease will be 20

years, plus one right of renewal

for a further term of 15 years less

one day.

“This makes a total lease term

of 35 years less one day,” he said.

The idea of bringing golf back

to QEII first occurred to sole

director of the company Chris

Bond about five years ago.

He was a former staff member

at the Ascot driving range –

the golf course that previously

occupied the site.

Said Bond: “[I] had so much

fun working in the shop helping

run the complex.”

He said the complex will

benefit all of Canterbury.

About 25 retail and hospitality

staff will be employed at the

facility.

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Thursday September 15 2022

Young chef wins prestigious golden

BACKING HERSELF and

reaching for any opportunities

that come her way has landed

Gabby Sanders a glittering

Australasian award for young

chefs.

The St Albans resident and

Ara Institute of Canterbury – Te

Pūkenga second year cookery

student was crowned with the

prestigious Nestle Golden Chef’s

Hat in Melbourne – scooping

up a $10,000 prize and earning

her the description of “hottest

rising star of the Trans-Tasman

culinary scene”.

Said Sanders: “The whole

experience has been amazing.

The people I’ve met have been

incredible. It’s made me realise

the biggest step is pushing

yourself and putting yourself out

there to have a go.”

Now in it’s 57th year, the award

seeks to develop young chefs and

kick-start their careers by taking

part in live cook-offs to globally

recognised standards.

Sanders, 23, was one of 12

finalists chosen from New

Zealand and Australia for 2022

after regional finals in both

countries. She took part in the

final battle on the big stage at

Fine Food Australia last week –

her first trip out of the country.

The final round of the

competition, to create three

complex courses in threeand-half

hours were a were “a

pressure-fuelled blur,” she said.

OUTSTANDING: Ara second-year cookery student Gabby Sanders was crowned with the

prestigious Nestle Golden Chef’s Hat in Melbourne for her medley of dishes.

“It all feels kind of surreal.

I didn’t look up once. I was

absolutely sprinting. Everyone was

just running. It was so

much fun – the pressure of it is

why we do what we do.”

Sanders executed a triplegold

winning medley of dishes

comprising an entrée of leek,

potato and smoked beurre blanc,

nori and hazelnuts and a main

of glazed pork, caramelised soy

dumpling and Asian pork jus.

Dessert was a chai spice cake,

with caramel, coffee, walnut,

pear and white chocolate.

Ara manager culinary

programmes Ryan Marshall said

the Department of Hospitality

and Service Industries was “over

the moon”.

“It’s very rare for someone to

win a gold medal for every course

for entrée, main and dessert

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Marshall said Sanders’

achievement was a boost for Ara.

“Our reputation for training

chefs is known throughout New

Zealand; now it is becoming

known at an international level

too.”

Sanders was working in a

supermarket deli when she was

encouraged by her boss to try the

Ara cookery course.

“The chef I was working with

said he’d really enjoyed it and I

should give it a go,” she said.

Sanders said the level 4 cookery

course was new territory for

her.

“It was the first time I’d done

anything like this other than

always being keen on food and

helping mum at home. I was

probably a bit of a pain to be

honest,” she laughed.

“My family has always believed

food is for sharing and for

bringing people together, but I’d

never really considered being a

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might look like for me.

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new things and having new

experiences under my belt,”

Sanders said.

Her inspiration to try the

golden hat came from Ara.

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hat award in Trans-Tasman challenge

“I first saw the golden hat

competition posters around

campus and Ryan mentioned it.

I tried out for the regionals last

year and did okay winning a

silver medal. This year I wanted

to do better. The competition

was really stiff, so I was kind of

shocked when I won the South

Islands.”

Sanders also works two shifts

a week at the Monday Room

restaurant – an opportunity that

also came about through her

study.

“I wasn’t sure if I was ready but

towards the end of my first year,

we were encouraged to apply to

places for a work placement. I

remember being very nervous,

but it was only for two weeks,

and I thought ‘what have I got to

lose? I’ll give it a go’.”

Sander’s flair, maturity and

willingness to learn were soon

noticed by her tutors at Ara. One

in particular, Mark Sycamore,

who himself has competed

in international culinary

competitions, stepped in to offer

extra support and mentoring in

his own time.

“But it wasn’t without its

challenges,” Sycamore said.

“With Gabby being so busy

with school and her paid

work, it was really full on

helping her practise for this

competition. These last few weeks

have been busy. But one of the

things that sets Ara apart is our

staff’s wealth of knowledge and

their desire to go further. The

team love to see students excel

and will do so much to support

them in their careers.”

Sanders is grateful for the

guidance.

“Everyone at Ara has been so

supportive. Mark has especially

helped me realise that if you are

putting yourself out there and

trying hard people will make

time for you and support you. It’s

made me realise things can be

achievable.”

Head judge and Nestlé

professional commercial

development chef Elke Travers

said Sanders showed absolute

attention to detail.

“Gabby rose to the challenge

and created a flawlessly executed

and perfectly balanced menu

that showcased her technical

skills to a high level,” Travers

said.

Sanders is now focusing

on enjoying the moment and

completing her studies.

“I’ve met such an amazing

group of people. We kind of

forgot that we were competing

against each other it feels like we

meshed as a group.

“But now I’m looking forward

to finishing this year. I feel

like my study has been on the

backburner a bit while I’ve been

distracted on this event.”

TRIPLE GOLD: Gabby Sanders’ winning main of glazed pork,

caramelised soy dumpling and Asian pork jus and (middle)

her entrée of leek, potato and smoked beurre blanc, nori

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ENTREPRENEURS: Trinity Hill, Jorja Loose and Georgia English launched

Move It! to encourage children to move in a stress-free environment.

Fun way to ease pressure

of competition in sport

• By Natalie Pham

THREE CASHMERE

High School students

launched their version of

charades to raise awareness

of sports competition

pressure.

As a competitive

volleyball player Trinity

Hall, 17, has seen many

of her teammates drop

out of sport due to the

high levels of stress and

competition.

“I’ve always felt pressure

while doing sports. But I

found that having a close

bond with my team really

help me got through it,”

she said.

Trinity, along with

Georgia English and Jorja

Loose, both 17, came up

with the Move It! game

to encourage children to

move in a stress-free environment.

“We also hope that people

who play our cards game

can learn about new sports

that they have never heard

of before,” Trinity said.

The cards have three

difficulty levels, with each

representing a sport or an

action. This feature was

added on the final product

after receiving feedback

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each representing a sport or an action. ​

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The team also has characters

in different body

shapes and ethnicity to deliver

a message that anyone

can do sports.

Said Georgia: “One of

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AT MCMASTER & HEAP VETS

We are a large Practice with 11 vets and over 20 nurses and offer many services

to your amazing animal family. Id thought I’d just talk about a few things that

you may not be aware that we do....

CAT GROOMING

Many long haired

cats are booked in for

sedation to have there

knots groomed out

or a Lion clip, to keep

them cool for summer.

These grooms can

take 40 minutes and

we can clip nails and

clean ears too. Sedation is necessary as grooms

take a while and can be painful especially if

there are dense matts all through the coat. Most

long haired cats won’t tolerate their owners

grooming them. Skaapie has just had a Lion Clip

with Letitia.

NAIL TRIMS UNDER SEDATION

Most dogs loathe their nails being clipped.

Nails continue to grow and if not kept short

can result in pain, lameness, fractured nails and

infections due to excess licking. I book clients in

for a 30 minute appointment at the end of my

consulting schedule, as these patients require

sedation to effectively clip the nails to the length

they should be. I can reverse the sedation and

then the dog goes home with pain relief on

board.

BREED ETE TESTING WITH Dr Steve Heap

Steve eye tests dogs

of all ages to rule in

or out specific breed

ocular abnormalities

( Cataracts and

Progressive Retinol

atrophy and others)

to see whether they

are a candidate for

Breeding purposes.

NEW MRI on Site

We are so pleased to be able to offer MRI for

all pets in partnership with Pacific Radiology

Services. Steve and I have always believed that

our special furries deserve the same deal as

us humans. Patients are referred to us for MRI,

we sedate or anaesthetize the pet and closely

monitor while the MRI is in progress. Once the

images are complete we send off to a radiologist

for their interpretation and then formulate

the appropriate treatment plan whether it be

surgery or conservative treatment. We are the

very first Veterinary Clinic in NZL to have MRI

on site.

RADIOACTIVE IODINE TREATMENT FOR

CATS

We are one of a select group of Veterinary

practices able to offer Radioactive Iodine

treatment for HYPERTHYROID cats. This

treatment is a cure and means these cats don’t

require lifelong daily medication and expensive

ongoing blood testing and monitoring. There

are a few criteria that must be met as not all

cats are candidates for this treatment. These

cats can’t be in kidney or heart failure. It is a

painless injection of Radioactive Iodine that

must be administered safely by a Veterinarian

and then the cats board at our Practice for 7

days to ensure we dispose of their waste safely.

We usually do these treatments in batches of

3-4 cats so they have company while they are

boarding for the week.

CHILL PROTCOAL FOR ANXIOUS/FEARFUL

DOGS or CATS

Many patients these days don’t enjoy a trip to

the Vet clinic. We seem to be seeing more and

more dogs that suffer general anxiety, OCD

disorders, fear aggression and nervousness

around other dogs. We have a concoction of

three medications that are staggered and given

at different times before the vet visit to hopefully

somewhat decrease the anxiety and stress your

pet feels on entering McMaster & Heap. This

will often allow a vet to perform a limited exam,

vaccinate the pet safely and possibly go onto

sedate so more testing or a closer examination (

like a nail trim, examine teeth, clean ears) can be

performed.

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TRANSFUSIONS

Our Skilled team of

vets and nurses are

able to blood transfuse

patients urgently if

required. We have

donor patients we use (

plus stored refrigerated

whole blood) but first

we need to find out

their blood type so we know if they are a match

or not. The first transfusion for a dog can be any

blood type though, but cats must always be

transfused with their own blood type.

CHEMOTHERPAY

Dr Kirsty Thompson

sees Chemotherapy

referrals from all over

the South Island. She

has become very

skilled, knowledgeable

and passionate in the

field of cancer and is

able to make a real

difference in terms of

quality and extension

of life in these patients. In the photo, a slow

2-3 hour infusion of chemotherapy is delivered

to Buffy, who was sedated, to treat Pancreatic

Cancer.

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A winning combination for early spring

This slow-cooked, silky

aubergine-chorizo

casserole and a bright,

zesty blood orange

dessert are both

made for double

helpings, writes Nigel

Slater

Slow-cooked aubergine

and chorizo

This is a good-natured dish

that will keep for a day or two.

You could also use it as the filling

for a savoury crumble, with a

crust of breadcrumbs or flour,

butter and crumbled feta. It is

a dish to take your time over,

letting the aubergine soften to

the point where you could cut it

with a spoon.

Serves 4

Ingredients

2 Tbsp olive oil

250g cooking chorizo

1 red onion

150g soft, dried prunes

500g aubergine

1 tsp ground cumin

1 tsp ground coriander

500ml chicken stock

Directions

Warm the olive oil in a deep

saucepan, break the chorizo into

short pieces and add them to the

oil. Let the chorizo cook for 3

or 4 minutes until its torn edges

start to turn golden. Peel and

roughly chop the onion, add to

the pan and continue cooking

until the onion is soft and translucent.

Stir in the prunes.

Set the oven at 180degC. Halve

the aubergine lengthways, cut

into thick slices and then into

small cubes. Add to the pan and

continue cooking until soft and

tender. Stir in the cumin and

coriander and let it cook for a

minute or so, then pour in the

chicken stock, add salt and black

a lid. Bake in the preheated oven

for 45minutes until all is meltingly

soft.

Finely grate the orange zest,

chop the herbs, then mix them

together. Scatter over the stew as

you ladle it into bowls.

Blood orange and lemon

cake

I often cook this cake in early

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time I made a shallow version

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It will keep well, too, in a

To

263

finish:

x 180

grated zest of 1 orange

10 mint leaves

a handful of coriander leaves pepper and cover the dish with cake tin or lidded plastic box.

Serves 12

Ingredients

225g soft butter

225g golden caster sugar

grated zest of 1 orange

grated zest of 1 lemon

110g plain flour

1 tsp baking powder

115g ground almonds

3 large eggs

For the syrup:

100g granulated or caster sugar

1 lemon

1 blood orange

To serve:

200ml cream

IN BETWEEN:

For those

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spring’ seems

to last forever,

says Nigel

Slater. This

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allows for both.

PHOTO: GETTY

You will need a square cake tin

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baking parchment.

Directions

Set the oven at 180degC. Put

the butter and sugar into the

bowl of a food mixer and beat

until soft. Finely grate the orange

and lemon zest. Sift the flour and

baking powder, then stir in the

ground almonds.

Break the eggs into a bowl

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Bake in the preheated oven for

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pieces.

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cream until it sits in soft folds,

then place a spoonful on each

cake. Remove the peel from the

blood orange and separate the

segments. Place one on each slice.

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2022 LocaL ELEctions - meet your candidates

Carl Bromley Standing for Mayor and Councillor for Innes Ward

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I’m 52yrs of age, been married for 27yrs to an

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three grandchildren. I am a Registered Nurse

(non-practicing), and an ordained Pastor. I

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while concurrently serving the community as

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journeys of ups and downs. I had a private

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Phil Mauger Standing for Christchurch Mayor

I am running for Mayor because I want to regain

people’s trust in Council and get stuff done.

With only 42% of residents having faith in what

we do, this has got to be turned around.

I have lived in Christchurch all my life working in

our contracting business, building subdivisions

and infrastructure all over the city. I have

resigned from the business to focus on running

for Mayor.

My wife Chrissy and I have five children and

nine grandchildren between us. I am the current

Councillor for Burwood. I enjoy this role, but I

can see how we can make things better and

take Christchurch forward and make it a city

that our kids and grandkids want to live in and

return to.

I have six policy platforms that if elected Mayor

I will be promoting and actively supporting:

• Keep rates affordable and reduce debt

• Regain ratepayers’ confidence in the Council

• Finish our roads and footpaths

• Deliver core services better

• Make Christchurch an even better place to live

• Look after our Environment

Council needs to regain your trust and listen to

the community. I will work hard to do that.

We need to listen to your concerns and together

we need to make Christchurch the best city to

work, live, play and invest in.

Authorised by Phil Mauger, phil4mayor.co.nz

David Meates Standing for Christchurch Mayor

I’m standing for Mayor because I truly believe

in the potential of Christchurch - but we need

experienced, transparent and collaborative

leadership to make it a reality. We need to

move beyond petty, partisan, politics, for the

good of our city.

The top issue that I’m hearing and seeing is

a lack of trust and confidence in the Council

itself. In a recent poll, only 42% of 7,038

residents were satisfied with the Council’s

performance; the lowest satisfaction level in 15

years. This needs to be addressed, as a matter

of urgency - and it requires open, transparent

and experienced leadership to do so.

I was the CEO of the Canterbury District

Health Board (CDHB) from 2009 to 2020,

directly responsible for 12,000 direct

employees and working in partnership

with a further 9,000 health professionals in

the community. Now is the time to use my

experience, and collaborative approach to

working with residents, to make our place

New Zealand’s most attractive and vibrant city.

Collaboration is key for me – not just listening

to and engaging with our people, but also

ensuring Council works actively with the

arts community, with business, with tangata

whenua, with our rangatahi (young people),

with universities and social enterprises.

We have a range of ‘big picture’ issues that

we need to grapple with as a city - climate

change, housing challenges, transport and

connectedness, to name a few – together we

can do so much more.

I look forward to working with you as Mayor

to become a truly 21st Century city where

innovation and connectedness thrives.

I promise that I will listen, lead and get results.

For more information about why I am standing,

visit www.davidmeates.nz

Authorised by Stella Ward, wardstella007@gmail.com

The Wizard of NZ Standing for Christchurch Mayor

A mayor is the democratically elected icon

or face of the city, both to its citizens and to

the world. Only resourceful and well-known

individuals with a lengthy record of public

service, influence on public affairs and

independence from personal pressure, can

in good faith stand for the office of Mayor of

Christchurch.

My position on social and cultural matters

has been clearly expressed in my public

actions and publications over the past fifty

years. I make no secret of the fact that I share

the good taste, aspirations and remarkable

achievements of the Romantic Neo-Gothic

founders of this special city.

I am respected by those who love Christchurch

and have for years stood beside those

protesters who have tried to stop that dream

being destroyed for money or power.

As part of my heritage as a proud British

subject and New Zealand citizen I despise

racism especially when it is disguised as antiracism

that is increasingly used as a tool to

help ambitious politicians and businessmen to

gain their objectives.

Ask yourselves this question. What other

mayoral candidate will make any substantial

impact on the dysfunctional and costly

complacency of the self-enriching City Council

bureaucracy which behaves as if we are the

public servants and they are our masters? I

have demonstrated the determination and skill

needed to outmanoeuvre bullies that I first

demonstrated since the City Council daily tried

unsuccessfully to have me arrested almost fifty

years ago for “speaking out loud in Cathedral

Square”.

Authorised by The Wizard of NZ: jack@wizard.gen.nz

Tim Scandrett INDEPENDENT Standing for re-election

Thank you for supporting me as your truly

independent City Councillor. I work for the

people of the Cashmere Ward, not a political

party. The next three years are vital as we

work hard to ensure Christchurch is vibrant,

inclusive, sustainable and affordable.

Vote for me and I will remain your independent

advocate, working with you to keep our

community voice at the core of Council

decision making. I will continue to meet you

at my monthly clinics to understand your

important issues and represent our community

having heard your concerns first hand.

Vote for me and I will continue to work

hard towards better delivery of core council

services, keeping rates affordable, mitigating

effects of climate change. I will advocate

strongly for improved traffic planning, road

maintenance and improved community

facilities (including the South Library).

I will utilise my council organisational

knowledge to ensure sensible spending and

the continued implementation of slow speed

neighbourhoods, especially around our

schools.

While we must face serious environmental

issues, I do not support the government’s

3 Waters legislation in its current format. I

support sensible housing Intensification, not

the current intensification proposals being

forced on Christchurch communities.

I am your current Councillor with the best

local and institutional knowledge to optimise

our community’s future. We need to protect

neighbourhoods so future generations can

enjoy Christchurch too.

Your support will ensure I remain your

Councillor.

VOTE FOR ME, I WORK FOR YOU

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Alexandra Davids Standing for Councillor, Chch Central Ward

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As the current Chair of the Waikura Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community Board

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of governance and relationship-building

experience. I have proven my ability to support

residents and community groups across the

ward.

The Council needs a bold and exciting vision

for the City, but also needs to be commercially

responsible and ensure ratepayers money is

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including footpaths, roads, green spaces and

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Our community needs to be at the centre of

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Jake McLellan The Labour candidate for Councillor - Central

Three years ago I asked for your support and

was humbled to become your Councillor. I’m

proud of what we’ve achieved together and

I’m asking for your continued support to keep

delivering for our community.

I’ve secured a much-needed refresh of the

area around the Stanmore Road shops, and

a well-deserved Living Wage for city workers.

I’m working on free pool access for children,

because water safety is important and we need

to reduce tragedies, and I’ve championed the

crack down on land banking in our central city.

But I know there’s still more to do and I’ve got

a long list of things to crack on with including

getting our shuttle bus back and investing in

light-rail.

I’m more committed than ever to working hard

with our community to ensure the Central Ward

continues to have a strong voice. facebook.

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Authorised by Reuben Davidson, Reuben@lyttelton.online

Stephen McPaike Central Ward Candidate

Being on council is about representing your

concerns at the city’s top table. As your

Elected Member it’s my job to represent

our view, not impose my political beliefs or

ideology on you.

It will be my job to bring us together to get

things done. I have been doing this as a

community advocate for the past few years

and discovered that I have a passion for it and

can get results. I advocated for the installation

of over 2300 heat pumps in our council social

housing. We got $16m and put a massive

amount of pressure on the rental market to

also lift its game.

This has benefits for everyone in our

community. Warmer homes cause less winter

illnesses, reducing our health costs and

keeping more doctors free to help people

with other health issues. You can often find

me behind the scenes. I helped build the

sewercrisis.nz social media platform to put real

pressure on the council to allocate $1m to help

the Bromley and surrounding communities.

I am that guy behind the camera in the

live streaming we did to connect over 450

residents to public meetings that they couldn’t

get to. You may have seen me on TV or heard

me on the radio. Making good use of the media

to raise community concerns is important and

not just the role of the mayor. Making sure we

have a strong voice that is heard is important

Authorised by Stephen McPaike, stephen4chch@gmail.com

Yani Johanson The People’s Choice - Labour candidate for Councillor – Linwood Ward

I am an experienced Councillor from Woolston

with a strong record of getting positive things

done to improve the East.

Achievements this term include getting the

Linwood Pool built, a lower Heathcote River

guidance plan adopted, restoring Lancaster

Park for recreation, and fighting hard to get

rid of the offensive and objectionable odours

from the Organics Processing Plant and the

Wastewater Treatment Plant.

I’m supportive of: reducing flooding risk,

keeping strategic assets in public ownership,

improving maintenance of parks, footpaths,

roads, cemeteries, and rivers. I firmly

believe the priority should be fixing broken

infrastructure in the suburbs ahead of goldplating

central city streets. I’m opposed to:

the permanent chlorination/privatisation of

water, excessive CEO salaries, and ugly

urban development that ruins amenity and

neighbourhoods.

I’m proud to stand up for social justice,

environmental equity, and transparent

decision-making that puts local people and

communities at the heart of what gets done.

Authorised by Reuben Davidson, Reuben@lyttelton.online

Dr Melanie Coker The People’s Choice - Labour candidate for Councillor - Spreydon Ward

I am the current Councillor for Spreydon,

have a PhD in biochemistry and was a

Research Scientist for 10 years. I also have

business experience as the Director of my own

education company, AHeadStart Ltd.

While elected, I have assisted residents

to establish local community groups, and

retain local facilities such as the Hoon Hay

Community Centre. I have also encouraged

diversity and participation in local democracy,

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Terry Craze Spreydon Proud! - standing for Community Board and Council

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Sam Lu The Council Candidate candidate for Spreydon

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You want the stadium built for current and

future generations to enjoy, a fixed price

honoured, and for it to not be a long-term

burden. You are concerned about the loss of

our Three Waters assets, and the erosion of

local democracy. These matters may not be a

priority for your current council representatives,

but they are for me. I will ensure your voice is

heard and listened to.

Our Garden City is home, and has been since

1994. I am a husband, and father of two.

We’re strongly connected to the Spreydon

community, and I have built up two successful

businesses over the past 15 years.

I bring a local connection, an entrepreneurial

and business skill set, diversity of thought and

experience. Putting my skills to work for you, to

help make our community and city truly worldclass,

would be a privilege.

Two things I firmly believe in; that a leader

should lead by serving and action speaks

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Finn Jackson Independent standing for Community Board – Cashmere Ward

I’m standing for Community Board because

we need to take action now to build the city we

want to live in.

I’ve lived in Christchurch my whole life,

including in the Cashmere Ward on and off for

about 12 years.

I have deep connections here – Gilpins

Track and Kennedys Bush on the Port Hills

are named for my relatives. I’ve lived in

Saint Martins and Huntsbury and I’ve spent

a significant amount of time in Cashmere,

Westmorland, and Somerfield.

We’re facing big challenges but we also have

the chance to make our community a better

place to live.

With climate change, housing intensification,

increasing traffic and tree loss on the way,

we need to act now. We can tackle these

challenges – let’s get started by planting

100,000 trees in our neighbourhoods, our

streets, and on the Port Hills.

We need to build liveable neighbourhoods

with pocket parks and tiny forests so that as

neighbourhoods become denser, everyone has

access to sunlight, nature and the outdoors.

We need to make sure our streets are safe

and pleasant for everyone however they travel,

with street trees, safe speed limits and fit-forpurpose

cycling infrastructure. Finally, we need

to protect and restore our natural environment,

reforesting the Port Hills with green firebreaks

and reducing sediment pollution in the

Ōpāwaho/Heathcote River.

We need to protect the best of what we have

while preparing for the future. Let’s build a

Garden City we can all be proud of.

Contact me at

Facebook.com/VoteFinnJackson.

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Keir Leslie The People’s Choice - Labour candidate for Councillor - Cashmere Ward

I’m a Beckenham resident who has had the

privilege of serving you on the Community

Board for the past three years.

I’ve worked with the community to implement

a 40kph zone in Beckenham with transitional

improvements to intersections and school

crossings. We’ve worked with Central

Government and Council to secure $10 million

for traffic works in South Christchurch focused

on safety improvements, and we’ve fought

for safety improvements to intersections

like Cashmere/Dyers and Cashmere/

BarringtonWe’ve also secured a permanent

site for the South Christchurch farmers market.

I will keep working with the community to

restore the Ōpāwaho-Heathcote River and

push for strong regulations to reduce harmful

run-off. And let’s get more trees planted in our

streets and on the Port Hills!

In a climate emergency, transforming transport

to low-emission modes is vital: more buses,

delivering light rail, every child having a safe

walking and cycling route to their local school,

and accelerating local cycleways.

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Lee Sampson The People’s Choice - Labour candidate for Community Board - Cashmere Ward

I want to see Christchurch realise its potential

to be one of the most liveable, sustainable and

vibrant cities in the world. Christchurch has so

much inherent promise and that’s the reason

we’ve decided to raise our family here – but

we’re clearly facing a series of challenges

and transitions ahead of us. This will require

progressive thinking and community leaders

with the right aptitude to assist us through.

As a degree qualified project manager, I have

a range of technical and practical skills that

My priorities:

• Improve basic services & responsiveness.

• Make roads safer for all users (incl.

pedestrians);

• Keep our assets and maintain the

affordability of rates;

• Deliver our ‘city in a park vision’ creating

greener urban environs and planting out our

Port Hills;

• Reduce public transport gaps;

In 2018 I founded Christchurch based Habitus

Group, where we deliver compact high

performance homes – influencing positive

change in the market and often helping firsttime

buyers into ownership. I’m a networker

and connector with broad volunteer experience

as a Rotarian, youth mentor and through my

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Kevin McDonald Standing for Community Board, Christchurch Central Ward

Kia ora my name is Kevin. I’m a retired

business person/social worker. I have 4

adult children and 1 rascally grandson. I live

in Linwood and I love it. I’m standing as an

independent for Ch-ch Central Community

Board.

I believe that politics, especially at this level,

can be a noble occupation. I want to connect

my community to the decision making process

and restore trust in local democracy. To this

end, if elected, I will set up a regular weekly

open information exchange meeting, in

Linwood Village. Residents will be welcome to

chat about local issues, which I will feed back

to the board and where they can find out about

Council plans for our ward.

Christchurch central ward is undergoing the

greatest housing intensification in recent

history. With many new dwellings having little

outdoor space, with no garage or even off

street parking. When these new residents and

vehicles arrive they will have a huge impact on

our streets and infrastructure.

Although the ‘big’ decisions are made by the

Government, through the RMA, Local Govt.NZ

and City Council the Community Board have

an important lobbying role and ability to input

into Council decisions.

Historically voter turnout for local elections is

low. I’m hoping that a chance to be involved in

decision making will excite you enough to vote.

I respect individual freedom of choice and the

truth.

Thank you. Aroha. Kevin.

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John Miller Labour candidate for Community Board - Central Ward

I want to improve the interface between

citizens and the Council. As a community

advocate and helper, I’ve learned how to

navigate the many parts that make up the

Council organisation.

My name’s John Miller, and I’ve lived and

worked in the Central Ward for 20 years. My

experiences include managing communityowned

properties, marketing communications,

community development and advocacy. In

recent years I was one of several volunteers

who developed a Revitalisation Plan for the

Inner City East. Successes from our work

include a substantial reduction in kerbside

dumping, and an interagency group that

addressed crime and safety concerns around

Linwood Village. Many lessons from these

projects can be applied across other parts of

Central. I’d like to expand these projects to

continue improving public safety. I also believe

that a service similar to the pre-2011 yellow

City Shuttle buses is key to revitalising the

inner city.

We need a Community Board that empowers

community and makes it easy to get good stuff

done.

john@johnmiller.co.nz

027 422 0893

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Paul McMahon The People’s Choice - Labour candidate for Community Board - Linwood Ward

I am passionate about the East, it’s my home

and community, but the Council has given us a

stink deal - we deserve better!

I am lucky to live in Woolston with my wife and

sons (10 & 13), and we love the Linwood Pool,

libraries, the tracks along the river, and being

close to the hills and to the beach. There’s so

much going for our side of the city, but so often

we seem to come off second-best.

I work for a community organisation in Wainoni

combatting harm to young people from drugs

and helping communities resist the spread of

bottle shops. I’ve also sat on a local school

Board of Trustees and a charitable trust, been

a local community board chairperson, and

worked in youth mental health. I chose to do

this work because I want our communities to

be places where we look out for one another

and treat each other with respect.

My focus on the Board will be working

collaboratively to stop the stink, investing in

green space, repairing damaged roads and

footpaths, reducing heavy traffic on residential

streets, getting a fair deal for the East, and

speaking up for those who need a strong

advocate.

A vote for me is for someone who listens and

has the experience and ability to get things

done.

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Jackie Simons The People’s Choice - Labour candidate for Community Board – Linwood Ward

I have lived in Woolston for over thirty years

and I’m proud to call it home. Recently, we

have had some good wins for our community,

including: a new swimming pool, the Woolston

Village makeover, and lots of smaller projects

that have been completed.

Council sometimes takes an extraordinary

length of time to get even the smallest of

things done. There is no excuse for the lack of

resolution to the odour issues, nor the lack of

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a decade on from the 2010/11 earthquakes - it

is not good enough, and I will keep fighting for

a fair deal for the East.

As a healthcare worker, I’m concerned about

rising poverty and inequality. We need to do

more to support those most in need in our

community. I’m prepared to work hard for you

to secure a better future for us all.

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Roy Kenneally The People’s Choice - Labour candidate for Community Board – Spreydon Ward

I am passionate about seeing communities

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Māori and Irish descent, I have grown up in

Spreydon and now live in Rowley with my wife

Fiona and our two children - Kahu and Māia.

You will see me around - I am actively involved

in the community - rugby, youth leadership,

surfing, and volunteering in local schools and

community organisations. As Manager of

‘Cross Over Trust’ I help connect communities

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I want to highlight the key challenges in

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Callum Stewart-Ward The People’s Choice - Labour candidate for Community Board - Spreydon Ward

It’s been a privilege to serve on the Spreydon-

Cashmere Community Board for the last three

years. I’ve advocated strongly for safer streets,

better public services, for parks, libraries, pools

and our environment.

Alongside my People’s Choice and Labour

colleagues, we want Spreydon to be a place

where every child can bike safely to school,

where rates are fair and where public money

is invested in getting the basics right. We

love our neck of the woods and believe that

everyone should have access to community

facilities at low or no cost.

About me:

I’m 27 years old, and I grew up in Hoon Hay

and Spreydon. I’ve worked in schools and

volunteered extensively in Spreydon. In 2016

completed my engineering degree and now

work in tech for a large NZ construction firm. I

want my family to live in a city where everyone

gets a decent crack at life.

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Andrea Davis Standing for ECan Christchurch West/Opuna

I am very excited about the chance to work

for Environment Canterbury and the families

in the region. I believe that Canterbury is the

best place in the world, however, we need to

seriously prepare for the adverse effects of

climate change. ECAN has a large role to play,

and I am looking forward to the new resource

management act, currently in draft and due for

roll out this year.

My main concern for the Christchurch West

Ōpuna ward is the rate of arable land loss to

housing. We see more pressure from housing

developments on the boundary of rural land

and facilities like quarries and the airport. It is

important we balance growth with liveability.

After clean air and water, another part of our

quality-of-life equation is the way we travel to

work and how we access our natural spaces.

ECAN and CCC are working together to solve

our transportation options and enhance our

natural environments in Christchurch.

My day job is as a Landscape Architect,

specialising in Green Infrastructure. My

Master of Landscape Architecture looked at

a commemorative landscape in the Avonside

Residential Red Zone honouring the displaced

families of the redzone. I feel very strongly

about people and their well being. Currently I

am part time studying a Masters of Planning at

Lincoln University, which I find fascinating.

I hope to be a person who brings people

together with the common goal of preserving

and enhancing the Canterbury natural

environment.

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Dr Chrys Horn The People’s Choice candidate for Environment Canterbury - Christchurch South / Owhanga

I’m running because of concerns about our

deteriorating environment. I want to see a

council that will work hard to address this.

We are seeing more large floods and droughts

as climate change continues, and we must

deal with these and also cutting our carbon

emissions. Our water quality is dropping, our

productive soils are disappearing, as is much

of our biodiversity, and research indicates that

many Christchurch residents die prematurely

because of air pollution. We need to set a

clear path to turn this around.

Our public transport system is an important

part of cutting our carbon emissions and

needs collaboration between a number of

organisations to get more people using it on a

daily basis. Our regional policies need to have

measures that will protect our climate and

soils, and lower the nitrates and sediment in

our water.

My background: I’ve worked in conservation

and on farms in very practical, on-the-ground

jobs. I completed a PhD at Lincoln University

and have worked as a research scientist. I

run a small research business and also work

in community development in Addington. I

led the setup of the Halswell Community

Project and now chair their committee. I’ve

helped campaign for active transport in our

city, volunteered in a range of environmental

groups and learned the benefits of teamwork

for achieving outcomes.

I have the skills and experience to work

constructively with others at the council table

for the benefit of our Canterbury environment

and communities

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Craig Pauling The People’s Choice candidate for Environment Canterbury - Christchurch West/Opuna

I care deeply about Canterbury and its future.

I am Christchurch born and raised and have

been involved in environmental action within

our community for over 20 years.

I am a current ECan Councillor, a qualified

RMA Commissioner and have led restoration

efforts across our region, including with Te Ara

Kākāriki and Te Kākahu Kahukura - both of

which I Co-chair.

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our unique natural and cultural heritage to

provide a secure future for our children.

This requires us to continue to address the

state of our waterways and biodiversity, and

face up to the challenges of a changing climate

– through mitigation and adaptation.

I am determined to continue on Council to see

through the review and strengthening of our

regional plans, which is key to protecting and

enhancing our environment, ki uta, ki tai - from

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CHRISTCHURCH

CREMATORIUM

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CROSSWORD

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9

10 11

261

SUDOKU

Every row, column and box should

contain the digits 1 to 9.

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161

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16

17 18

19

20 21 22 23 24

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How including many plurals, words can you of make three from or the more six

letters, using each letter only once? No foreign

words or words beginning with a capital are

from allowed. the There's six letters, at least one using six-letter each word. only

once?

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Good 18 Very Good 22 Excellent 27

Solution 160: den, due, dun, dune, end, fed, fen,

fend, fern, feud, fun, fund, FUNDER, fur, nerd, nude,

word.

red, ref, REFUND, rend, rude, rue, rued, run, rune,

under, unfed, urn.

letters, including plurals, can you make

No words beginning with a capital are

allowed. There’s at least one six-letter

Good 18 Very Good 22 Excellent 27

25 26

27 28

29 30

31 32

33 34

Across

1. Mourn (6)

5. Stomach (6)

10. Silhouette (7)

11. Military storehouse (7)

12. Arouse, awaken (6)

15. Ship’s flag (6)

16. Rotate (7)

17. Diminutive (4)

18. Dried-up (4)

19. Overture (7)

20. Deceive, trick (4)

22. Badly behaved child (4)

25. Dusk (7)

27. Sumptuous, expensive (2,4)

28. 50/50 decision (4-2)

31. State of bliss and delight (7)

32. Financially comfortable (4-3)

33. Grab (6)

34. Bet on four horses in four races (6)

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Down

2. Skilled tradesman (7)

3. Magic potion (6)

4. Layer (4)

5. Address a deity (4)

6. Bear-like (6)

7. Scheme, collude (7)

8. Powerful Australian native (6)

9. Dive (6)

13. Rebuke (7)

14. Car bonnet (7)

15. Obvious (7)

20. Concealing (6)

21. Wing flap (7)

23. Return to original condition (7)

24. Exemplify (6)

25. Surviving (6)

26. Ugly mythical creature (6)

29. Every one (4)

30. Amiss (4)

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SOLUTION

No.161

9 9 2 18 4 1

Crossword

Across: 1. Lament, 5. Paunch,

10. Outline, 11. Arsenal, 12.

Bestir, 15. Ensign, 16. Revolve,

17. Tiny, 18. Sere, 19. Prelude,

20. Hoax, 22. Brat, 25. Evening,

27. De luxe, 28. Toss-up,

31. Nirvana, 32. Well-off, 33.

Snatch, 34. Yankee.

Down: 2. Artisan, 3. Elixir,

4. Tier, 5. Pray, 6. Ursine, 7.

Connive, 8. Wombat, 9. Plunge,

13. Reprove, 14. Cowling, 15.

Evident, 20. Hiding, 21. Aileron,

23. Restore, 24. Typify, 25.

Extant, 26. Goblin, 29. Each,

30. Awry.

WordBuilder

bel, belt, bet, blue, bluer,

blur, blurt, brut, brute, bur,

burl, but, BUTLER, let, leu,

lube, lure, lute, rebut, ret,

rub, rube, ruble, rue, rule,

rut, true, tub, tube, tuber.

Sudoku

Each number in our DECODER grid represents a different

letter - there is a number for all 26 letters of the alphabet.

DECODER

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which letters letters you are have represented found, cross by them other off numbers. the alphabet provided.

2 7 9 23 16 6 21 20 13 3 23 2

26 7 12 5 15 21

7 17 13 14 2 24 13 7 23 10 21 5

15 8 2 7 2 21 11

9 23 15 18 1 2 6 16 22 24 16

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14 8 21 5 4 18

16 14 18 16 2 21 6 15 14 7 5 21

23 8 18 2 22 9

23 17 5 13 18 21 21 10 16 14 25

21 20 15 5 10 23 7

25 5 15 17 17 23 21 10 19 15 17 2

15 14 21 15 14 22

23 15 25 21 5 6 15 21 2 22 5 13

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

SOLUTION

No.160

161

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

E L G

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

G F L D U W X M K I Q P C

R Z O H N B Y A T S J V E

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5 17 1 4 16 10 8 1 9

16 13 23 22 13 25 15

14 3 11 11 15 10 13 1 10

26 10 9 10 7 1 13

18 3 8 26 18 9 8 5 13 16 1 12

H I T

10 2 11 8 20 2 10

5 6 10 24 20 1 10 26 18 3 4 25

12 8 8 1 8 12 18

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Cooking Appliance

Package

Wall Oven

9 Functions

Induction Cooktop

70 l

60cm

W I D E

Essential Appliance

Package

Canopy Rangehood

430m³/h

5 Function Wall Oven

Ceramic Cooktop

80 l

60cm

W I D E

Side by Side

Fridge Freezer

Inverter

TOTAL FROST FREE

Stainless Steel

584 l

890mm

W I D E

French Door

Fridge Freezer

TOTAL FROST FREE

Stainless Steel

404 l

790mm

W I D E

$

849

LOW PRICE

908141

24 Month Warranty

60cm

W I D E

$

1199

LOW PRICE

908161

24 Month Warranty

60cm

W I D E

$

1185

LOW PRICE

353584

24 Month Warranty

$

1099

LOW PRICE

353404

24 Month Warranty

Locke Black

Square Shower

Flat Liner

40mm Profile

Corner Waste Tray

900mm

4 Piece Bathroom

Accessory Pack

Zara Floor Vanity &

Vita Toilet Suite

2 Drawers

Soft Close

P Pan Toilet

Rimless

750mm

W I D E

Cleo Freestanding

Bath Combo

Linear Shower Mixer

Cora Bath Spout

1700mm Bathtub

$

649

LOW PRICE

902238

10 Year Warranty

$ 149

LOW PRICE

250506

5 Year Warranty

$

999

LOW PRICE

908169

5 Year Warranty

$

949

LOW PRICE

902856

5 Year Warranty

Mains Pressure

Hot Water Cylinder

Gas Water Heater

with WiFi

Quartz Sink Insert

Active Washing

Machine

Washing Machine

River Laundry Tub

Top Load Washing

Machine & Laundry Tub

45 l

170 l

20 l

5.5 kg

5 kg

600mm

W I D E

$

999

LOW PRICE

786170

5 Year Warranty

$

949

LOW PRICE

786202

3 Year Warranty

$

329

LOW PRICE

565781

5 Year Warranty

$

399

LOW PRICE

360156

24 Month Warranty

$

389

LOW PRICE

360451

24 Month Warranty

$

399

LOW PRICE

575659

5 Year Warranty

$

599

LOW PRICE

908187

24 Month Warranty

6 kg

Watering Wand

Hose Timer

P10+ Pro Cordless

Vacuum Cleaner

Dehumidifier

with WiFi

Robot Vacuum Cleaner

WiFi

Retro Bar Fridge

Bar Freezer

350W

3 l

180Min

Runtime

93 l

92 l

$

11.99

LOW PRICE

731872

$

25

LOW PRICE

731868

$

195

LOW PRICE

385614

24 Month Warranty

$

279

LOW PRICE

373055

24 Month Warranty

30L

per day

$

599

LOW PRICE

386601

24 Month Warranty

$

349

LOW PRICE

354080

24 Month Warranty

$

379

LOW PRICE

354093

24 Month Warranty

Prices Guaranteed as of 17/9/22. Subject to change.

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