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Six personal bests: Luka

blazes a trail in the pool

• By Jaime Cunningham

LUKA WILLEMS has qualified

for the Virtus Global Games,

after a successful six weeks of

international competion as the

only Down Syndrome athlete

representing the country in the

pool.

The Jellie Park JASI club

athlete was the first and only

New Zealander to compete at

the World Down Syndrome

Championships in Portugal

last month, celebrating his 20th

birthday as well as six personal

bests in eight races over the six

days.

Although sometimes he

“wanted to go home,” Willems,

of Papanui, produced some

strong results, particularly

in the T21 senior 50m

breaststroke, where he finished

13th.

“My breaststroke is really

improving, and I like it more

and more,” he said.

Shortly after the Portugal

event, he was one of 15 New

Zealanders to participate in the

Virtus Oceania Asia Games in

Brisbane.

As the first Kiwi athlete to

compete in the II-2 (Down

Syndrome) category, Willems

certainly made his mark,

winning bronze in the 50m

freestyle as well as gaining three

fourth placings in the games.

He has now qualified for the

2023 Virtus Global Games.

Swimming NZ disability and

para-swimming participation

manager Cameron Leslie

travelled with the 13-strong

swimming team to Brisbane

and said

they

did an “amazing

job”.

• Turn to

page 3

STOKED: Luka Willems has qualified for next year’s Virtus Global Games after a stellar six

weeks of international competition. ​

PROUD: Luka Willems,

pictured with sister

Kirah Willems, mother

Angelique van der

Velden and father

Eric Willems, was the

first and only New

Zealander to compete

in the World Down

Syndrome Swimming

Championships in

Portugal last month.

Dr Duncan

Webb

MP for Christchurch Central

03 366 5519

chchcentral@parliament.govt.nz

/DuncanWebbLabour

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Packed with festive spirit

• By Natalie Pham

PUPILS AT a primary school in

Richmond have been given an

early Christmas surprise.

A new mud kitchen and 30

backpacks filled with essential

school supplies have been delivered

to Pareawa Banks Avenue

School after being the lucky

winner of a Christmas giveaway.

Principal Toni Burnside said

it was nice for some pupils to

get a bit extra at this time of

year.

“We are proud of our school

and our tamariki. And it’s nice

to have that positive community

recognition. We know that when

our tamariki get those backpacks,

they will be so excited,”

she said.

The giveaway, which was

open to all schools across New

Zealand, received more than 150

entries.

Two pupils from each class

who represent the school’s

values will be selected to receive

the backpacks.

Burnside said there will also

be a small, added criteria.

“We know some of the

children in those classes need

a wee bit ‘pick me up’. Things

are tough at the moment for

families and the community, so

teachers will be looking through

that lens as well.”

The new mud kitchen is now

ready to go, but has not yet

been installed in the school

playground.

Said Burnside: “To get that

as part of the prize, it’s amazing.

Our juniors love playing with

water and pretending to make

plates.”

This year marked the fifth

annual Christmas giveaway by

Furnitoyz – a Hornby-based

company that makes children’s

toys and furniture by hand.

Owner Michelle Dickie said

the school giveaway was a

chance to give back to the community.

Since opening the business,

the former pre-school teacher

and her husband Euan have

been trying to have a giveaway

every year.

“Last year we were watching

the news . . . and people were

struggling to get schoolbags

and all the bits and bobs that

go along with it to get kids into

school,” she said.

“So we thought this year, we

will see if we can do roughly a

classroom-size worth of schoolbags.”

Last year, the business

donated three pallets of foods

and hygiene products to

Christchurch, Auckland and

Wellington city missions.

GIVEAWAY:

Ebony-Rose

(left) and Claire,

with two of the

backpacks won

by Pareawa

Banks Avenue

School. Below

– Principal Toni

Burnside (right)

with Furnitoyz

owner Michelle

Dickie, who

delivered 30

backpacks and

a new mud

kitchen to the

school.

Luka set

for global

games after

making a

splash

• From page 1

The three-time Paralympic

gold medallist said Willems is

a “unique” athlete in the way

he is “blazing a trail for others

living with down syndrome and

swimming”.

“While as a swimming nation

we are very early into our Down

Syndrome inclusion, we are

committed to helping Luka

and the next generation of

swimmers with Down Syndrome

who haven’t made it into our

competitive events as yet,” Leslie

said.

Willems’ mother Anqelique van

der Velden said without Leslie’s

help, the opportunity for Willems

to compete at the Virtus Games

“wouldn’t have happened”.

“He is trying to open up

accessibility for swimming

athletes with disabilities at an elite

level. It’s so awesome.”

For Willems, it’s just the start

of a successful international

swimming career, as he begins

preparations for the Virtus Global

Games, held in France next year.

“I hope my journey inspires

people to do something new and

maybe challenging too.”


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Apprentice baker’s swift rise to the top

• By Natalie Pham

EMILY BAILLIE was in the

third year of her apprenticeship

when she rose to become the

best young bread baker in the

country.

The Edgeware 20-year-old

said she never expected to win

the New Zealand Association of

Bakers competition.

“I was in shock. I was the

youngest competitor with the

least experience and I thought

my competitors would win it. I

actually almost cried.”

Besides the title, Baillie was

also awarded a $10,000 research

grant.

This year, there were four

craft bakers and two plant bread

bakers taking part in the twoday

competition in Auckland,

which included a presentation on

a given topic, a 90-minute theory

test and a five-hour baking

session.

Each participant was required

to make a range of breads,

including two loaves of white

sandwich bread, two different

types of white loaves, four

different types of smallgoods,

two variety loaves of grain or

wholemeal bread, and four

different types of sweet bun.

Baillie said recipes for the

breads were given two months

before the competition so

participants could memorise and

use them on the day.

However, there were many

things that could affect the result

of the breads, in spite of having

the same recipe.

“My competitor had the same

recipe, but she didn’t know them.

So in one of the breads, it was

supposed to be 1.5 per cent salt

but she put 1 per cent salt. Little

things like that can really affect

the bread and how it works,”

Baillie said.

“It’s also personal skills like

how you shaped it, how you mix

it, how long you let it rest for – all

sorts of different things.”

The young baker is now

planning to represent New

Zealand at the prestigious LA

Judge Awards in 2024 – a threeday

competition recognising the

best young baking apprentices in

Australia and New Zealand.

Baillie discovered her love for

baking in a one-year cooking

course, which then led to an

apprenticeship with a bakery in

TALENTED: Emily Baillie became the best young bread

baker after winning a two-day competition in Auckland

with this impressive selection. She also received a $10,000

research grant as part of the award. PHOTO: STAR MEDIA

Hokitika in her final year of

high school.

Six months later, she moved

to Christchurch to broaden her

horizons. Since then, Baillie has

been working at the Bohemian

Bakery.

So far, the unusual working

hours have been the biggest

challenge.

“It’s not normal to wake up

and get to work at 1am. It’s

definitely a challenge to change

your body clock completely and

working at a completely different

time to everybody around you.

“It’s a bit hard to have any type

of social life,” she said.

The $10,000 award will go towards

a baking course overseas.

However, Baillie has not decided

where to go yet.

At the moment, she is looking

to specialise in pastry after

completing her qualification in

baking.

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Thursday December 1 2022 7

Shirley Boys’ High School student

cooks his way to prestigious award

AN ASPIRING young cook from

Shirley Boys’ High School has

earned a prestigious award.

Zane Roberts was among three

students who have scooped the

Prime Minister’s Vocational Excellence

Award.

The award was launched in

2019 to celebrate the top highschool

students enrolled in

vocational study with a $2000

prize.

Along with Hillmorton High

School’s Tyler Spatcher-Harrison

and Lincoln High School’s Adam

Barker, Roberts has juggled

school this year along with two

days a week completing cookery

level three at Ara-Te Pūkenga’s

department of hospitality,

business and service industries.

Wanting to get beyond washing

dishes in a restaurant and

working toward becoming a chef,

Roberts said his plans are set for

next year.

“I’m going to do level four in

the workplace. I’ll go to work,

and they’ll teach me everything

but every so often I’ll get to come

back to Ara to do assessments

which is cool. I’ll get paid to learn

so I’m happy.”

Tutor Arnya Watson said the

award is a wonderful bonus for

these students who have gone

above and beyond.

“They’re my high achievers.

They’ve worked hard out of

class to practice and do extra

competitions. Anything that was

available to do – they pushed

themselves.

“I still can’t believe we had three

in one class though.”

Most of her 2022 class are

planning to return to Ara, which

Watson said demonstrates how

the supportive approach to learning

gives students a firm pathway

to staying in education.

And because the level three

course is managed through

school, there is impact on their

fees – free first year of tertiary

study.

Watson said it is rewarding

helping these students find where

their future lies.

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Prime Minister’s

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Thursday December 1 2022

Young tennis stars to play on big stage

FOUR YOUNG tennis players

have earned the opportunity

to play centre-court in a new

tournament in the lead up to

Auckland’s ASB Classic early

next year.

Bishopdale players Aliyah

Daly, 11, and Nicholas Rayner,

12, along with Burnside Park’s

Sakeri Parnell, 13, will compete

in the Road to the ASB Classic

competition in January after

qualifying through regional

playoffs last week. Cashmere’s

Emmeline Gale, 11, has also

qualified.

The inaugural Road to the ASB

Classic is presented by Jaguar

and the Lavie Tennis Academy, a

performance tennis organisation

based in Auckland.

The tournament consists

of players under the age of 14

from all areas of the country

competing in a 16-player pool,

with finals of the competition

being played before the ASB

Classic men’s singles final on

January 14.

Academy founder and owner

Sebastian Lavie said the organisation

is “delighted” to give

young tennis players the opportunity

to compete on the courts

of the ASB Classic.

“It’s going to be an exciting

time to see the best young talent

from around the country compete

surrounded by big crowds

and some of the world’s best

tennis players,” he said.

Winners will receive a prize

SKILLED: (From left) – Emmeline Gale (Cashmere), Aliyah Daly (Bishopdale), Sakeri Parnell (Burnside Park) and Nicholas

Rayner (Bishopdale) will compete in front of thousands of tennis fans at the Road to the ASB Classic tournament in

January. ​

from Jaguar along with a $2500

credit for international travel

coaching with Lavie Tennis

Academy.

The ASB Classic is New

Zealand’s premier tennis tournament,

with many international

players competing before the

Australian Open starts in late

January.

It will be the first time the

tournament has gone ahead in

three years, with former No 1

Serena Williams the most recent

women’s singles champion

and young French player Ugo

Humbert the 2020 men’s singles

winner.

The tournament will be

held from January 2 to 14

with players such as Emma

Raducanu, Casper Ruud and

Coco Gauff confirmed to be

competing.

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Thursday December 1 2022 9

THE BELLEVUE

Meet Sandy, the new

Care Manager at

The Bellevue.

Ready to offer care without compromise.

For Oceania, great care is about building a supportive environment that feels like

home. For Sandy, The Bellevue’s new Care Manager, there’s a simple way to tell

when they’ve got it just right.

“Smiling and happy residents. That’s what great care looks like. Being part of the

community and participating in activities.”

Sandy admits her favourite part is building bonds with the residents. “It’s great

hearing all the stories of their lives and their experiences. They put their trust in us,

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What’s her vision for The Bellevue? An environment where everyone feels valued

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Thursday December 1 2022

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Start a new

Christmas tradition

What could be better than starting some new family traditions this year? Christmas traditions are memories

in the making and help spread a little festive cheer whether with your loved ones or out in the community.

10 great ideas to help make Christmas a magical time of the year

1. Create a Christmas playlist with some of

your favourite carols and songs – play it

loud and every day, if that’s your thing.

Or plan a pre-Christmas sing-along

evening – don’t forget to supply the song

sheet so everyone can join in too.

2. Get into the spirit of Christmas by getting

together with family or friends to help

decorate each other’s houses – turn up

the music, drink the wine and go all out

to deck the halls.

3. Make and send homemade Christmas

cards – there’s nothing more exciting

than getting mail, right? Or how about

writing some generic ones and dropping

them into your nearest retirement

home to brighten up an elderly person’s

Christmas.

4. Buy your family Christmas tee-shirts or

Santa hats to wear on the day and don’t

forget to take a family selfie.

5. Fill a shoebox with gifts for a child, wrap

it with a bow, and deliver to the nearest

community gift tree – check with your

local library and label with age and

gender.

6. Have a yearly family, friends or neighbour

outdoor games night with drinks and

nibbles leading up to the big day – think

Pétanque, hoopla, mini golf, giant chess,

or croquet.

7. Take a leaf out of Iceland’s traditional

‘Jolabokaflod’ or Christmas Book Flood,

and give a book as a gift on Christmas

Eve each year – don’t forget to write

inside the cover who it’s from and the

date.

8. Make a list of must see Christmas movies

to watch a week before Christmas day

and tick off the ones you’ve watched.

Don’t forget the popcorn and hot

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as a gift each year – the lucky receiver’s

Christmas tree will be covered with

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Christmas is a great time for passing down recipes that are tried and true becoming

traditional family favourites. The owner of this recipe says her mum used to make

the pudding on Christmas Eve and would take the bowl and wooden spoon around

everyone in the house to stir the mixture and make a wish.

Make a Wish Christmas Pudding

You will need:

• 1 ½ tbsp butter

• 1 ½ tsp baking soda

• 1 ½ cups of boiling water

• 1 ½ cups flour

• 1 ½ cups mixed fruit or sultanas

• ¾ cup sugar

Method:

1. In a glass or stainless steel bowl,

melt the butter (over hot water)

and dissolve the baking soda.

2. Add the boiling water and

sugar.

3. When cool, add flour and

mixed fruit.

4. Stir all the ingredients together

and make a Christmas wish.

5. Cover bowl with a tea towel and

allow to stand overnight.

The next day:

• Place mixture into a greased

bowl or ice-cream container,

cover with tinfoil and place in a

pot of water, just deep enough

so the bowl doesn’t float.

• Boil pudding for four hours and

check regularly to make sure

the water has boiled dry. Top

up carefully with extra water if

required.

• Serve with heaps of Chantilly

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You will need:

• 1 x bottle of cream

• ½ tsp vanilla essence

• 1 tbsp icing sugar to

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Method:

Put cream, vanilla essence

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whisk until light and fluffy with

softly formed peaks. Cover and

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Santa’s Brekkie Pancakes

with fresh berries

This one is not just for the kids – the sweetness of the bananas makes these

pancakes scrumptious and a delicious, healthy breakfast hit for everyone!

You will need:

• 4-5 bananas (soft enough to mash)

• 4 eggs

• ½ cup rice flour

• 2 tbsp whole linseed

• ½ tsp salt

• grated lemon rind

• juice from 1 lemon

• splash of vanilla

• butter to cook the pancakes

Method:

1. Peel and mash the bananas in a bowl.

2. Stir in the eggs, vanilla, linseed, salt

and lemon ingredients.

3. Add flour and mix to a smooth batter.

4. Cook pancakes in frypan on one side

until they bubble on the surface or hold

together enough to be flipped over.

5. If the mixture is thick, flatten the

pancakes out once they’ve been turned

over. Each pancake should be around

1cm thick.

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Decorate each pancake with red berries

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Being A Subject To Sale Purchaser

hen buying a property subject to the sale of

Wanother you need to consider all your options

carefully

Buying a property when you are a cash buyer

is reasonably straightforward in that you find

a house you like then put an offer in subject to

usually ten working days due diligence and then

you go unconditional. Purchasing a home when you

already own one is another scenario altogether and

usually more complicated. Many people are selling

for up-sizing, downsizing, schooling, proximity to

work, changing suburbs, upgrading in style, location

or property age. Below I have outlined some of the

more common scenarios that could play out when

you are in a subject to sale position.

Purchasing another property without selling first

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If you are lucky enough to have your home freehold

or close enough to it (a big chunk of equity will

help) then the bank may be happy to offer you a

mortgage so you can go and purchase something

else without having sold your current house first.

This will take some of the pressure off and the

worry that you may sell but not find anything else.

The fish hook here can be evidencing to your lender

your ability to service the mortgage until your

current home has been sold. Retirees or those near

to retirement, this could affect you if you have no

‘income’. The other mistake I see people making

with this option is that they make an assumption

on what their current home is worth and purchase

the next one based on this ‘figure’ only to find out

when they do go to sell that this figure is overly

optimistic.

Selling your current home without

having yet purchased another property

This option is often taken up by those who would like

to know a) exactly how much their current home will

sell for so they have a concrete purchasing budget to

work with and b) would like to be cash purchasers in

the marketplace. Being ‘cash purchasers’ does allow

you to be more competitive in multi offer situations

and also allows you to purchase property at auction

and therefore opening your buying options up to

homes being sold under all methods of sale. The

biggest risk here is that you won’t find anything to

buy and settle on before your own home handover

date. Many however keep renting or staying with

family as backup options.

The security of knowing where you are going

versus having the confidence that you are

spending what you only have seem to be valued

quite differently by purchasers in my experience,

the thought of not knowing where you are going

worries some while the the idea of spending money

that you might not end up having in the hand gives

others the cold sweats.

Offering on a property subject to the

sale of your current home

This is an option that interestingly I notice many

people beginning with but often not completing on.

I know this sounds like a strange comment but let

me explain. When homeowners have been sitting

comfortably for some years in a home then start

to think a move might be an idea, the nest is finally

empty, the stairs are getting a bit much, they would

like to be closer to family and so on they will often

go out and have a look around and then make an

offer subject to the sale their home.

I will outline the pro’s and con’s for this scenario;

Pro’s. You have found a home you like to move into.

Con’s. Your offer will highly likely contain a

‘rollover’ or ‘cash out’ clause. What does this

mean? If the owners of the home that you have

made your offer on receive a cash offer (or more

favourable depending on the terminology used in

the clause) from another buyer you will be given

via your lawyer a few working days notice (2-5 is

standard) to confirm on the purchase, this means

you need commit to the purchase without having

sold your property – not something many people

are in a position to do because if they were they

would have purchased the home outright in the

first place. You could end up in the position of being

in the middle of selling your home only to have the

property you were hoping to purchase taken away

from you, this can be emotionally very upsetting

and stressful.

The second drawback to the ‘subject to sale’ offer

can be one that I touched on earlier which is not

selling your home for the figure that you had in

mind or worse not selling it at all. Predicting market

trends is somewhat a crystal ball gazing activity and

relying on RV figures, the figure that a website told

you your home was worth, what your son told you

or even appraisal figures from agents are all guess

work to some extent until the market is tested and

the current buyer pool has spoken. You can want

or hold out for a certain sale price all you like but

don’t expect the homeowners you have put an offer

to subject to the sale of your home to wait around

for you.

The third drawback which is one less considered

until you arrive in the situation, is that as a subject

to sale purchaser your negotiation powers are at

an all time low. In smaller or slower marketplaces

or for example rural or high end properties this

may not so much be the case but in general

metropolitan areas shopping in the price bracket

of the majority your subject to sale offer is always

going to be weaker than a cash offer unless you

can come up with the magic figure that will give the

homeowners enough confidence to accept your

offer over a cash one. I often say putting a low offer

in subject to the sale of a property is like wanting to

have your cake and eat it too. Cash is king so your

subject to sale offer needs to win out with a solid

offering price, especially in multi offer situations.

Summary

If you sell first and are in a cash position then you

certainly have stronger negotiation powers and

the opportunity to secure the home you want.

This is the reason for my earlier comment that

purchasing subject to sale is an ‘option that I

notice many people beginning with but often not

completing on’. It doesn’t take long before many

are awakened to the limitations and frustrations

of trying to purchase subject to sale. Sometimes it

will work out and again in a less competitive market

you shouldn’t have quite the same frustrations.

Otherwise my best advice is to sell first then you

know a) exactly what you have to spend and b) you

can go out and purchase your new home as a cash

buyer. Yes it will be a mucky six months or so and

yes you might have to stay with family, short term

in and AirBnB etc but in the long term scheme of

things it will be a distant memory!

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