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A picture of who we are Remember the Census back in November? Well the results are out and Mawson Lakes Living has drilled down into the data to find out what it tells us about the people who live in Mawson Lakes. Overall, compared with the Australian average, we are a well-to-do suburb with a young population and strong family representation, well educated, with many high income earners. To read the specifics go to pages 8-9. We are also a fit crowd. However, trends in fitness are changing and this month MLL takes a look at this and offers a range of fitness options, from gyms, to sporting clubs, to cheerleading. Jump inside our 12-page Fitness Liftout (starting on page 11) to see the options available locally.

"The Messenger" newspaper will no longer be delivered in Mawson Lakes. The first response of everyone I have spoken to is, "good, that will cut down on litter", but the question arises, where will local people go for services and local news? The answer is Right Here. Mawson Lakes Living reaches into every corner of Mawson Lakes every month, bringing you unique stories about local people and giving locals a voice. Also local services, new developments and upcoming events. See our story about the international chef who has just set up shop in Mawson Lakes. If you want to talk to the people of Mawson Lakes about your products and services this is the place to be seen and heard. Details on page 31. If you want to be on the front cover of MLL talk to me.

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Community Conversations

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Cars obstructing the footpath Every afternoon I take my grandson for a walk around the streets of Mawson Lakes in his stroller. At some points it is impossible to get by on the footpath because cars and trailers are parked across the footpath or on the verge. I have to walk on the road. Worse still, cars hang over their driveways, some with bullbars that can rip your shins apart if you knock into them. In other cases, trade vehicles have pipes and things protruding at head level into the footpath and if you are looking down you can do damage to your face and eyes. Are there rules against this inconsiderate and dangerous parking? Cars parked illegally Under the Australian Road Rules cars that are parked illegally can be fined. The footpath and verge, whether paved or grassed, is council property and cars parked across walkways, cars that overhang a driveway onto the footpath and cars parked partially or completely on the verge are parked illegally. If residents have concerns they can call Council on 8406 8222 or lodge a request online at http://www.salisbury.sa.gov.au/ Home and select "Report a Problem" and follow the prompts. Council will inspect the site and take action. John Darzanos, Manager Environmental Health and Safety, City of Salisbury Escaping the urban condition I agree with the comments in MLL/July that renounce population growth for SA. I am moving from Melbourne which is growing at an unprecedented pace. I want to get away from outrageous rent, crippling mortgages, choking

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congestion and an endless sprawl that locks you into tedious travelling. Compared to this, SA looks very appealing, especially Technology Park and Mawson Lakes where I plan to work and live. J Whinnett Submission for Post Office in Mawson Lakes The response has been terrific and we have hundreds of community comments. We have just started a digital petition so please sign and share with friends: www.change.org/p/australia-postaustralia-post-we-want-a-post-office-in-mawsonlakes. Also a facebook page to promote the cause www.facebook.com/Mawson-Lakes-Post-OfficeProposal-1140426712767371/ Feel free to send me an email with ideas/ issues/advice/arguments. For the submission to be successful we need to show there is great community support for a PO in Mawson Lakes. bbrug@salisbury.sa.gov.au Let’s feed the ducks right Feeding water birds is a really fun thing, but feeding them right is important. Throwing out bread, cakes and rice is injurious to birds. It fills their stomachs and bloats them and can kill them, and the wrong diet can produce deformities in their babies. Instead, go to the pet shop or produce store and buy a bag of chicken/ duck pellets that are not expensive. Throw them sparingly and the birds will come swimming over and play around in front of you. We come from Northgate with our little girl and bring a jar of duck food for a really nice outing. Karla Continued on page 6


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Purse returned Through the pages of MLL I want to thank the young lady from the TROPICANA fruit shop at Mawson Central who found my purse on the counter. Her husband returned the purse with all the contents to my home later that day. It is a lovely feeling knowing that we live in a community where people are honest and look after each other. Glenys Lancaster Shopping trolley solution In reply to abandoned shopping trolleys (MLL/Aug) I would like to see here what I saw on a holiday to Queensland. They have a perimeter around the shopping centre car parks where if trolleys are taken over that line the trolley locks. This surely would save a lot of abandoned trolleys per year and the cost of replacing trolleys, savings that could pay for putting the perimeters in place. Carol Zimny Boutique city Let me compliment MLL on an excellent cross-section of opinion in the July issue about population growth. Growth that is political scoring will undermine the very things that differentiate Adelaide as the "lovely liveable city". Adelaide is a boutique city, small but smart, vibrant, accessible and cultured. Let’s not lose this. Serena Marafoti Dogs in dim light I have just bought a nice home facing onto the main lake. I do a lot of walking and running around the lake but I am concerned about the amount of people walking their dogs around the main lake not on any leash. This is out of control. You have to be extremely careful when running up to and behind someone that has their dog without a leash just before sun rise or sun set as it would not be safe to pass some of these big dogs in dim light. John Signore Scars on the landscape an insult to residents The further delay to the building of the Fitness Loop in the parklands along Dry Creek is another case of mismanagement of a Council project that will result in further costs to ratepayers, resident anger and delays. One day in June, earthmoving equipment moved in and dug huge holes in the parkland along Dry Creek, then workers erected ugly wire fences around the holes, finished off with 6

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flapping orange bunting. When construction started, no signs were placed on fences to say what was taking shape. Word of mouth told us it was going to be a fitness loop. These holes and fencing have been there now for three months. I consider this to be an insult to residents. Delay after delay and a long string of excuses has curtailed the project which was supposed to be finished in July. Anticipation has turned to sour condemnation of Council’s mismanagement of this project and disregard for local residents. Jon Jones Erosion of Mawson Lakes environment Letters to the editor reflect that people are not happy with the declining standards in our town. I can’t help but agree. Mawson Lakes started out as a lovely setting, featuring the lakes, creek and many grassy areas. Gradually this is being eroded. Resident action had to stop the plan to develop a fishing centre, playground, toilets etc at the western end of the lake, and now there will be a three-storey block of units built at the Boulevard end, blocking much of the view from each end. One wonders how the authority was obtained for this eyesore. If you love this place, phone or write to the Council and Asset Development Office and protest – it’s up to you before we lose it all. Mike Holtby Mardi I needed a podiatrist to attend to my feet. For years I'd been reading Mardi’s column in MLL so this is where I went. What a professional experience, so knowledgeable, so friendly and so convenient. Debbie Van de Moulengraaf Too soon; the end I’m addicted to MLL. Every month I read it from front to back. I reckon it's the best magazine in Adelaide, with a succinct mix of local information, intelligent comment and good-natured humour. My favourite page is 28 and I always save this for last, like a box of nice chocolates. The only problem is, when I get there, it’s the end of the magazine. I’m always disappointed. I want more. Jebson Jones

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After traversing the world and catering to prominent members including one of the former Chinese presidents, and UK-based soccer stars, among other dignitaries, the former Merchant Navy employee decided to open his own café. "We heard that the Food Barr was up for sale. We drove in on a Saturday afternoon, checked out the place, and fell in love with it," says Eric. "Also, we love Mawson Lakes! It is a cultured neighbourhood, neat and tidy. Eventually, we are planning to move here as well," said the Gawler resident. Higgins has brought many changes to the place - from the décor to the food served. "We make and sell the world famous Di Bella Coffee. We also make our own rolls, sandwiches, lasagne, fresh burgers. On chilly days the soups and eggplant parmesan go flying off the roof, so do our breakfast muffins," he adds. His future plans include helping organise meetings, like Coffee with the Councillor, among others. "We want to get involved and do more for this community," said Eric. Gayatri Nair Please mention Mawson Lakes Living when responding to ads

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What the 2016 Census data tells us about Mawson Lakes The results from the 2016 Census have been released. The Australian Bureau of Statistics collects data that looks at population and housing patterns across Australia. MLL drilled down into the data to find out what it tells us about the people who live in Mawson Lakes POPULATION: In Mawson Lakes there were 5,323 private dwellings with an average of 2.7 people per household making a total residential population of

14,372

EDUCATION: Mawson Lakes is a well educated demographic far above the national average. 30% were attending a higher education institution. The national average is only 16%.

MARRIED or NOT: Of the population in Mawson Lakes aged 15 years and

49%

over, were married, 10% were either divorced or separated and 39% never married.

AGE: The median age for a person in Mawson

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Lakes was years old. This is younger than the average Australian age which is 38 years old. In Mawson Lakes the most prevalent age bracket was 20 to 34 year olds. This demographic makes up 32% of our population. This is not surprising as ML contains the largest campus of the University of South Australia.

55%

BIRTH COUNTRY: of people were born in Australia, otherwise the most common countries were India and China (both 5%), England 4%, Vietnam 3%

57%

LANGUAGE AT HOME: speak only English at home, 39% speak a language at home other than English. These include Mandarin 6%, Vietnamese 5%, Cantonese 2%, Arabic 2% and Hindi 2% INTERNET CONNECTION

93% of residents had access to the internet via their home

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WEEKLY INCOME: Weekly income ranged from $3,000 or more, for 14.7%, to less than $650 (students) for 12.7% The median weekly household income was

MOTOR VEHICLES

FAMILY COMPOSITION

37% of residents had one

50% of couples in

registered vehicle parked at their address

Mawson Lakes have children, 35% of couples have no children.

42% had two vehicles and

$1,666

15% had three or more

The average number of children per family was 1.8 SINGLE PARENTS

12% are one-parent families.

The highest number of lone parents were women 84% and men 16%

33%

RELIGION: said they had no religion, others described their religion as Catholic 18%, Islam 8%, Anglican 7%

14%

HOME OWNERSHIP: owned their own home, 43% owned their home with a mortgage, 41% rented.

Data is from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2016 Census is at www.censusdata.abs.gov.au/census The number of people who answered the census in Mawson Lakes was 13,297. Figures have been rounded to the nearest full number. This is a quick overview. Not all responses have been reported. Ed Photo: The Bridges by Katarina Husakova

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Talking to an astronaut The Australian Air League has a beautiful motto - A Vinculo Terrae which translates into "Free from the bonds of the earth". For young Ryan Mattner from Mawson Lakes the motto gave him the courage to free his imagination. It also made one of his many dreams come true - to talk to an astronaut stationed in the International Space Station. As a member of AAL, Ryan and his co-members were invited to write down questions they would like to ask an astronaut. His simple yet interesting question, "What do you do in your spare time" found its way to NASA. Twenty questions were sent to NASA who relayed them to the astronauts who had to get their answers ready before they spoke to the cadets so as not to waste time. "We get only eight minutes with the astronauts before we lose contact, therefore it is imperative for the astronauts to have the answers ready beforehand. The contact is organised by amateur radio stations located in San Francisco in collaboration with NASA," explained Ryan.

Marc and Ryan

Ryan’s question was picked up by Thomas Pesquet, an astronaut of French nationality. He responded by saying that he loves taking pictures of the Earth in his spare time. He said it was spectacular to do that from the International Space Station. Ryan who is a fan of space-related movies like Apollo 13 and Gravity said the whole experience was fantastic and surreal. "It was great to get a chance to speak to an astronaut!" he said. Gayatri Nair

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FITNESS LIFTOUT The digital age has well and truely collided with fitness. Technology has made fitness affordable and accessible as well as giving instant feedback. But technology will never replace the personal trainer because humans absolutely love and adore face-to-face connection. What we need is a range of options. Jump inside our Mawson Lakes Living Fitness Liftout to see the options available locally and the Fitness Trends for 2017.

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Changes in the fitness business Residents value local services and convenience, said Michael Carpenter, manager of Plus Fitness at Mawson Lakes. Our gym is open 24 hours a day, every day and people come in at all hours which is especially useful for shift workers. Michael, who started his career as a school PE teacher, has seen many changes in the fitness business. He said that virtual classes projected on a screen are now very popular. For example, you can hop on an exercise bike, tune into a channel and pedal through the mountains of Switzerland with virtual scenery, or pick any destination you fancy. Outdoor training is another favourite, also dance and boxing classes.

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"We are seeing a significant increase in female bodybuilding sports using weights and resistance training. Some of our clients enjoy competitions, such as the rapidly growing bikini contests where competitors are scored on proportion, symmetry, balance, shape and skin tone. This is attractive for women who want to be lean and firm but are not willing to be as muscular as male bodybuilders. Muscles are the latest fashion for women."


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Caring For Your Feet

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Foot pain can really slow you down. Ongoing issues such as shin splints, Achilles tendon problems, heel pain, nail thickening and blisters are common because sport amplifies the forces between your feet and the ground. Podiatrists treat sporting related foot pain by evaluating a number of factors. We assess the mechanics of the foot and leg by measuring mobility and strength and considering how your foot structure and function affects your lower limbs. Using stretching and strengthening exercises, and orthoses (devices in shoes) to reduce abnormal forces through the feet, we can reduce foot pain and improve mobility.

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In addition to this we review footwear and discuss wear patterns and the suitability of the shoe for your foot and the specific activity. Different sports and movements create different forces and therefore require different qualities in a shoe. Comfortable feet are an important asset to achieving your fitness goals. Don’t let foot pain hold you back, contact us for a foot assessment.

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Hand therapy is assessment and rehabilitation of the upper limb including the shoulder, elbow and hand. Hand therapists are dedicated occupational therapists or physiotherapists and have specialised knowledge for treating all upper limb conditions. Because every person is unique in how they use their hand and arm, a hand therapist helps you return to the fitness activities and tasks you rely on or enjoy. Here at SA Hand Therapy’s Mawson Lakes clinic, we routinely manage conditions such as thumb, finger and wrist arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, generalised wrist and hand pain, tennis elbow, fractures / broken bones, ligament sprains, chronic conditions, sporting injuries, tendon injuries and shoulder pain, to name a few. Our therapists are experts at making custom orthoses / splints, exercise programs, hands-on manual techniques and education. SA Hand Therapy’s highly skilled team gets you back on track by discussing and assessing your upper limb problem through careful and gentle examination techniques. In most circumstances your hand therapist can provide you with a diagnosis and very clear strategies for moving forwards and managing with your upper limb injury or condition. R L I M B P E P

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DOWN 1. Movie starring a "pig in the city" 2. Ancient region between the Dead Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba 3. Says 'yes' without speaking 4. Shed tears 5. National language of Israel 6. Exercise craze using specially designed stationary bikes 7. Liquid covering 17 Across 8. Sonny boy 9. Little ability to react, as krypton 10. __, mi, fa, so 2 wds 11. Exercise machines for

walking 12. "Gone with the Wind" heroine Scarlett 13. _ out (has an exercise session) 18. Actress Thurman 24. Encountered 25. Arm muscle used in straightening the elbow 26. Uncooked 27. Heart ___ (statistic monitored by serious exercisers) 28. Notable time periods 29. Dietary extra 31. "Help" to a sailor 33. Help 34. Road map Abbr. 35. Cleared of clutter 36. Chromosome unit 38. "I __ your pardon"

39. Exercises that stimulate and stregthen the heart and lungs 42. Charged particle 44. Cough up the cash 46. Road Runner's pursuer 47. Aviation pioneer Orville/ Wilbur 48. See 1 Across 49. Ghostly 50. Mouthwash brand 51. Exercised on 11 down 53. Symbol on computer desktop 55. Beethoven's German birth city 56. Popeye baby "__Pea" 57. "No ifs, __ or buts!" 60. Tupperware topper 61. Scooby __

ACROSS 1. With 48-Down, weightlifting exercise that works the pectorals, deltoids and 25-Down 6. Not flabby 11. Lift for a disabled car 14. Idolise 15. Instrument with 88 keys 16. 17th Greek letter 17. Person working to develop large muscles 19. Hearing organ 20. The word 'maximum' has 3 21. US Pres who resigned in '74 Abbr. 22. Rapper Dr. ___ 23. Boat built by Noah 24. Wasn't kidding at all- 2wds 26. Amounts of nutrients advised for good health: Abbr 27. Stitch again 30. Dublin's country:Abbr 31. "I am ___" 2001 Sean Penn movie 32. Stuck in ___ (bogged down) 2 wds 33. "Not a pretty girl" singer DiFranco 34. Exercise that provides a total body workout 37. Hit lightly and repeatedly 38. Lions, tigers and leopards. 2 wds. 40. Director Spike ___. 41. Caught sight of 43. Designation of extra-wide shoes 44. Arrange in advance 45. Daily record 46. Lifesaving medical act, briefly 47. Squander 48. Ball-___ and hammer 50. "A thousand pardons" 2 wds 52. "Losing my religion" band 53. Like hazardous winter roads 54. "Anna & the King" actress __ Ling 55. "Be prepared" youth org 58. Before to poets 59. Gentle exercises after a rigorous workout. 2 wds. 62. Commit a moral error 63. Pertaining to the eye 64. Sharpened, as skills 65. Weightlifting unit consisting of a number of repetitions 60. Is unable to live without 67. Get's one's muscles in a healthy state of tension

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Cheerleading for fitness

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Cheerleading is a relatively new sport to Australia and has recently become a part of the Olympics. It requires strength, flexibility, teamwork, persistence and confidence. It involves some dancing combined with tumbling, holding people above your head, and throwing them in synchronized routines to specific counts.

stunt group also perform gymnastic tumbling as part of the routine.

Every person has a job to keep the stunt together. Bases are the people who hold the flyer, they have to make sure their grips are correct so no one gets hurt and that they have the strength to hold and throw the person on top repeatedly and not get tired or drop them. The flyer is the person in the air, they have to be flexible as they have to do the splits and mid-air poses, they also have to trust the bases not to drop them. The last person in a stunt group is the back spot. Depending on abilities, most members of a

Conditioning and strength training are crucial to being a cheerleader, as well as flexibility. At training, we always start by stretching to help with flexibility and to limit the risk of injury. The Australian All Star Cheerleading Federation run several competitions a year. The State Championships are in September and the Nationals are in Melbourne this year in November. Dance Inc offer cheerleading classes at Greenfields for all ages and abilities. Phone 0404 230 182.

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KID'S CORNER To many children, teens and adults around the world, 2017 is a special year because it celebrates Harry Potter’s 20th anniversary. That’s right, 20 years ago (1997), JK Rowling published the first Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. This book was only the start of many. Just in case you don’t know, Harry Potter is an amazing book series, and now movie series, that follow a young boy on his adventures. He is a powerful wizard, who lives in the Gryffindor house ("where dwell the brave of heart") He participates in a life threatening tournament,

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Four years after it was published, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was made into a movie and 7 more were made all featuring wonderful characters and magic. Twenty years on, Harry Potter is continuing to inspire a whole new generation of readers and wizard lovers.

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Recipe: Sushi Sushi does not have to mean raw fish, this rolled rice snack can actually be made with any filling you like. We like bacon, avocado and cucumber for fussy kids and Aussie blokes! Ingredients Sushi rice • rice wine vinegar • nori sheets fillings of your choice. Sushi mat. Method (1) Cook rice as per packet instructions, mix in required amount of rice wine vinegar. (2) Spread rice onto nori sheets placed on mat and (3) position your chosen ingredients on top of the rice in the lower centre. (4) Lift the bottom of the mat and (5) 'fold' almost in half to cover the ingredients. (6) Tightly roll seaweed to the top and stick together with water. Once tight, roll once more in the mat (7) to firm the shape. Repeat the process until all ingredients are used. (8) Cut sushi rolls with a warm knife and serve in bite sized pieces with soy sauce and wasabi.

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Short Get-Away

by Nigella I like to go scouting and bring home good ideas on dog-friendly places where you can take your family for a nice get-away. This month I want to tell you about Auburn, a bit over an hour’s drive north of Mawson Lakes.

This little country town looks very ordinary from the main road but behind the highway it’s full of charm, doggie people, parks and gorgeous walks. Cute historic cottages have been turned into B&Bs and we stayed in one of these dog-friendly places. Lots of eateries with outdoor seating are ideal for dogs. One example is the Rising Sun Hotel in the main street. It's an award winning pub and we could see why. We were there in winter so we had to sit outside for dinner while everyone else was cosy inside around an open fire, but the dog-adoring publicans turned on the overhead heater on the

balcony for us and they gave me big cuddles. Walks around Auburn's historic leafy streets and parks, and along the creek and over the quaint bridges are a treat, but the best walk was through the pine forest at the back of the oval. The pine trees form a magical canopy over the pathway and the smells are super delicious. One night we decided to have a BBQ at our place so it was into the car to buy some meat up the road at Clare. A stop at O’Days Butchery was everything I dream about. I never go past a butcher shop without stopping at the door and wagging my tail furiously in anticipation. Well, father and son butchers Mike and Dylan O'Day didn’t disappoint. I sure did get a warm welcome here and a few meaty bites. Love the butcher! As a thank you for their kindness we gave everyone a copy of Mawson Lakes Living and invited them to come and visit our lovely doggie suburb. See photos opposite.

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My family and I enjoy living in Mawson Lakes, we love the walking paths, parks and local services. As I have talked with people in our local area, they have raised their ideas for making Mawson Lakes even better. Now with the State Labor Government’s Fund My Neighbourhood Program, we all have the opportunity to do just that. $40 million is being invested into the Fund My Neighbourhood Program, providing an opportunity to implement local projects across South Australia. Projects that could have terrific benefits for all of us living in Mawson Lakes. The projects can be as diverse as a new playground, community gardens or improving bus-shelters. The best part of the program is that not only will communities like ours be able to make suggestions about projects but the community will decide where to spend the money. If there is something you think needs to be fixed or improved, I encourage you to share your ideas with me at http://bit.ly/ fundmyneighbourhood

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