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ith Canterbury Fashion Week next week, and our latest cover a fashionable nod to what we can expect from this year's show, I've been thinking quite a lot about the subject. Generating billions of dollars per annum in New Zealand, fashion is the untameable beast at the heart of consumer culture. The chameleon like nature of the industry keeps loyalists to 'what's hot and what's not' on their toes, and leaves the rest of us who consider ourselves a 'work in progress' rather perplexed. All of this 'threads and kicks' talk has inspired some nostalgic and rather cringeinducing memories for me as I reﬂect on my style – or rather unstylish evolution. It would be diﬃcult to determine which of the styles I donned as a kid of the eighties and nineties eras deserves the 'most heinous' fashion faux pas title. It’s usually as the chill factor sets in that we’re tempted more than ever My obsession with unﬂattering fabrics; oversized, wideleg jeans, and tie-dye to flock to warmer pastures. Tropical temperatures and the promise leggings with slouch socks spring to mind as does a denim 'cowgirl' styled of bath-like waters, cocktails, and somewhich mid-year become all-with my dress covered in sequins, I picked upR&R second-hand shopping Mum and wore to the point ofprotesting its extinction. That a sad dayweather in our consuming and we exchange time spent thewascolder household. for time spent living the dream. Even if just for a week. I also can't forget the pink, patent leather heels that my friend and I wore on girls' nights out. My preoccupation with heeled shoes (no longer the case these hile I was bitten bydays) the intravel admitthe I’veage felt at times a my fact started at around of severely six when I tested begged my parents–for bug many moons own ago,pair and of ignorance the of 'clip clops'. Icombination still vividly remember when theyabout took me to scale buy them. I probably sleeping in themand suchawas the love of these $20 have subsequentlyI think spent large insistedofonwork involved natural proclivity pointed heels with bows on. impatient. But as I get out and periods of time over the lastwhite, five years for being a lot of the styles we have banished to the back of chasing the sun, I’ve donnedThe myinteresting adult thing about about more, rediscovering what’s new in our minds/wardrobes is that they ﬁnd themselves back in vogue when style responsibility cap this year (think house this re-emerging city, I am in awe of what royalists decide to give them a second wind. buying and choosing drapes) and plans already come personal to passthing, and but what is Ultimately, fashion is an has extremely subjective, I believe one for overseas holidays have been right onsomething the horizon. of theparked best parts about donning you feel really proud of, is the being somewhat days, I know I for the foreseeable future. conﬁdence injection. Despite Whereas before of wea Tomboy had to these manage also love the feeling thatour comes over me when wearing a beautiful garment. I’m far from feeling despondent expectations about where to go and I hope reading through some of the not-so-fashionable hallmarks of my youth about my present reality though. In fact, what to do, we’re progressively entering a provides some great conversation starters this weekend as you share some of keeping two feet firmly on the ground new phase where we are spoilt for choice. your own sartorial sins with friends and family.
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And what an incredible luxury. We are so fortunate to live in a part of the world where we have choice, and plenty of it. For those who are Christchurch based this winter, I hope you find empowerment and excitement in exploring what’s new. There’s a big world to discover in our neck of the woods.
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ROLLICKIN TIMES By Céline Gibson
Lick your lips, and tuck in those bibs, for Rollickin Gelato is set to make your September a sweet one!
ed Joyce, the young entrepreneur behind the most tempting treats in town, is super excited his second Rollickin Gelato café is soon to open. “We will provide our signature, hand-made gelato and sorbet, plus a sweet cabinet and organic espresso. There’ll be chat bars up close to the ‘scooping’ action.” The café, situated on the ground floor of the Boys’ High building, will also occupy the street-front terrace of Worcester
Boulevard, and will feature a bespoke communal table, already named ‘The Longest Table’. “It’s a table for patrons and passers-by – anyone who just wants to rest up and enjoy the vibe.” Jed’s driving philosophy is about providing the best experience without impacting the environment. “We source our milk from an organic farm in Rangiora – happy cows – you can taste the difference. Everything we do here – from
paper napkins to packaging – is about zero harm and sustainability.” When asked what’s his own favourite sweet tooth treat, Jed says it depends on his mood. “For a sorbet - pomegranate and berries; for a gelato - either the peanut butter ‘n’ jelly, or the salted caramel.” Considering how far he has come since the days he began ‘scooping’ from his gelato cart, post-earthquake 2013, in New Regent Street (still in operation at Margaret Mahy Park), the altruistic and visionary Jed Joyce undoubtedly deserves his dessert!
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NATURAL TALEN By Céline Gibson
Pūmanawa, the Arts Centre’s newest exhibition space, opens this month at the Boys’ High Building, Worcester Boulevard.
ts inaugural exhibition entitled Restore will feature limited edition, mega-magnificent images by one of Christchurch’s leading photographers Johannes van Kahn, who has been documenting the Arts Centre’s post-earthquake restoration since 2013. These behind-the-scenes photographic artworks will be for sale, with all proceeds going towards the ongoing restoration of the Arts Centre – an independent charity held in trust for the people of Canterbury and its visitors.
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More than half of the Arts Centre is now restored, but it requires another $35 million to complete the work. Arts Centre Fundraising Manager Susan Henson says the Arts Centre is grateful to Johannes for capturing the restoration with his stunning images. “The Arts Centre is a unique, historical treasure in Canterbury and these photographs give a special insight into the care and attention that’s gone into saving it for future generations. This is a chance for individuals and corporates to purchase their own slice of our city’s history, while helping to ensure that this incredibly important restoration project is completed.” Following Restore, the bright, lofty upperfloor Pūmanawa (meaning ‘natural talent’) can be hired on a weekly basis by artists, photographers and community groups at a cost of $300 plus GST. • Restore opens mid-July, from 10am to 5pm. • Free entry, with photographic artworks and other merchandise available for purchase. Artists and arts organisations are encouraged to make booking enquiries at: www.artscentre.org.nz/opportunities.
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Sweet on 1. Cakes by Anna (CBA) has taken Christchurch by culinary storm, and is an institution now in its own right, could you have ever predicted the trajectory of the brand’s success? Well, that’s a nice thing to say. I never planned to be a full-time cake maker, so no; I definitely didn’t predict that I would be making a living from doing this. I have never really been much of a planner and prefer to just adapt, and take what life throws at me. I’ve always said that CBA has grown organically; I started at the Christchurch Farmers Market in 2012 and started taking orders from there. The business has grown quickly, but I’ve been able to hold the reins on it and control the direction of things.
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dmirers of pretty cakes that are nothing short of scrumptious have been sweet on Cakes by Anna for half a decade now. The eponymous business has inherited its owner Anna‛s charming and unpretentious nature – an enduring recipe for success. Anna talks to Metropol about navigating the challenging but equally rewarding terrain involved with being a start-up.
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2. How have you been able to cut through the noise in a pretty competitive market? While there are a few cake makers in Christchurch, I don’t often feel competitive with other companies. That sounds totally arrogant, but I think that because I have quite a distinct style and approach, people who go for the style of other companies wouldn’t even consider us, and vice versa. With our wedding cakes, I often get asked to make perfectly iced fondant cakes which I don’t (and can’t) make, so I’m happy to send these people to other business who specialise in that sort of thing. My cakes aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, and I’m not going to fight that. There are always going to be others coming into the market that toe the line between inspiration and imitation, but I think I have a loyal customer base and a strong brand that can rise above all that. 3. What are some of the challenges associated with being a start-up? Um, everything. Some days I wake up and wish I could go to work and have someone tell me what to do. Or call in sick once in a while. There isn’t much distinction between what is ‘work’ and what is ‘life’, but I feel privileged to spend my days doing something that excites and challenges me. The first few years were hard work, where I was working seven days a week and wasn’t looking after myself well. I now know my limits, take holidays regularly, and take care of myself. I have a really nice life so I can’t complain (but I still do).
n Anna 4. Are there any particular milestones you’re most proud of? I wish I had kept a tally of how many cakes I have made since September 2012 so I could throw an impressive number in here. I think just the fact that I’ve managed to provide cakes for so many celebrations in the past five years is pretty cool. CBA is now old enough that I have customers who have ordered cakes for their engagement, wedding, one year anniversary, children’s first birthday...etc. 5. What advice would you offer to other entrepreneurs who have a concept they want to breathe life into, but are finding it hard to ‘lean into the fear’ of the unknown? Just do it, but expect it to be really (can I swear here?) hard. Find people to help you with the parts that you’re not good at. Hang out with people who get you, and even better, who tell you you’re amazing. Even if they don’t mean it. My hot tip - the shower is a really good place to cry. 6. What does a day in the like of Anna look like? Every day is quite different, which I like. Tuesday to Friday, my alarm goes off between 4am and 5am. I bake and ice the cakes in the morning, and get the days orders done by 9am. Then it’s often coffee and breakfast, emails, odd jobs, and I will head back to the kitchen at some point in the afternoon to get ahead for the following day. I have become a real morning person, the hours between 5am and 8am I call the ‘golden hours’ as no one calls or texts me and I can get so much work done. On Saturdays I am at the kitchen by 4am as it’s my busiest cake day. I try to have Sunday off, and Mondays are a kitchen free day but I usually end up doing cake related activities. During wedding season, my kitchen hours increase dramatically so that I can get all my wedding cakes baked and iced. And when I’m not on cake duty, I am usually eating or thinking about eating, or talking about eating. In the spring/ summer, I attempt to keep a vegetable garden and I like running around Hagley Park or walking in the hills. I suppose I should also mention that I have nice friends and family that I spend lots of time with; would hate people to assume I was a crazy cake lady.
There are always going to be others coming into the market that toe the line between inspiration and imitation, but I think I have a loyal customer base and a strong brand that can rise above all that. 7. Do you have a favourite ‘ride or die’ expression for pushing through the tough times? Yes lots, but I will keep it tame in case my Dad reads this. One of my favs; ‘No’ might make them angry, but it will make you free. If no one has told you, your freedom is more important than their anger. Nayyirah Waheed
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NATURE SPEAKS When Min Kim of Bryce Gallery met farmer and realism artist Jamie Stewart at an art exhibition in Wellington, she was intrigued by his “innocence and beautiful simplicity.”
amie’s love of the land and affinity with nature’s raw beauty is reflected in the dense, lush landscapes that he paints. “Jamie works from photos or from his imagination,” says Min, “He is self-taught, and almost unaware of how gifted he is. Jamie is your true Kiwi farmer – hard-working, no nonsense…and yet, he has this other side where he creates such exquisite paintings. This is the reason for New Zealand Nature Speaks - to showcase Jamie’s exceptional talent.”
Min has selected 15 large landscapes (with dimensions around 1.2 metres x 700 millimetres) for the exhibition. In the meantime, Min is fitting out her other, soon to open city gallery Min Kim Fine Arts, situated upstairs in the Boys’ High Building at the Arts Centre, Worcester Boulevard. She plans a big celebration for its opening day in July. Min describes what visitors to her second gallery will see as they enter. “My love of the ocean and trees is central to
1st Floor, Boys' High Bldg, Art Centre, Worcester St, Christchurch
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the décor; the unique power that New Zealand nature holds for us will be a strong presence in the exhibition space.” New Zealand Nature Speaks Exhibition at Bryce Gallery: Cnr. Riccarton Road & Paeroa Street, Ch.Ch. Phone: 03 348 0064 Open 7 days - 10-5 (Mon-Fri), 10-4 (Sat), 11-4 (Sun) Email: email@example.com www.brycegallery.co.nz
PINK BREAKFAST HOSTED BY MAMA HOOCH On Saturday 20 May, the iconic Mama Hooch restaurant & bar provided a beautiful backdrop for the all-important annual Pink Ribbon Breakfast.
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Award-winning adventures “We’re elated,” says Melissa Landrebe, Managing Director of You Travel Ferrymead. “To be honoured by your peers for excellence in your chosen profession is very special.”
elissa is referring to the awards received by her team of travel consultants at the annual conference of the First Travel Group on 27 May. In a weekend of displays, training and motivational presentations from speakers such as Shaun Quincey – the man who rowed across the Tasman – the small team from You Travel Ferrymead scooped up some prestigious awards. “We won Top Shop for APT river cruising, our Senior Consultant Tanya Cross was named Top Consultant in New Zealand for the First Travel Group, and Senior Consultant Rosie Still was nominated for the Aspiring Cruise Consultant Award. As well as that our entire team received high achievement certificates.” Melissa says there are very stringent criteria that have to be met to win these awards and she is immensely proud of her consultants’ achievements. “We are all passionate about the travel industry and absolutely love it. We make sure we travel extensively ourselves to increase our knowledge and we undertake regular ongoing training. We may have some 60 years of combined experience, but there is always something new to learn to pass on to our clients.” You Travel Ferrymead may reach even greater award heights. The agency has been nominated for the single best agency award for Travel Agents’ Association New Zealand (TAANZ) – that’s across all brands of agencies – and is the highest award possible in the travel industry. The team is down to the final three and will know the outcome at a Gala dinner on 30 September. The very best of luck! You Travel Ferrymead is located at 960 Ferry Road. Phone (03) 384 2700.
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he team at Pier Law is now seeing more instances of clients looking for ways around this financing issue. “It’s becoming quite common for parents to help their children get into their first home,” say Bill Herbison and Caroline Davey. “They might do this in a number of ways – from taking a share in a property with the child, through to lending or gifting money, or even providing a guarantee to a child’s lender secured by a mortgage over their own property.
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When staving off the cold, our skin can become fatigued, dull and dry because it is starved of all the goodies that keep it glowing over the summer months when we get lots of delicious Vitamin D.
ike all of the experts say, fake it until you make it. Some fabulous, cost-negligible home hacks you could adopt to give one of your most important assets a pampering including steaming to release the toxins and buildup; salting up those stubborn breakouts to bring the inflammation down; embracing a DIY Peel (google and consider your options carefully); getting active – it’s great for your circulation.
We always have some special little additions to our beauty box that will help you to glow forth and prosper! While we must concede some of the best things in life are free, we always have some special little additions to our beauty box that will help you to glow forth and prosper! These are our top picks for the radiant skin we all crave.
1. LINDEN LEAVES GOLD SHIMMER MOUSSE. 2. LINDEN LEAVES GOLD BODY OIL. 3. GUERLAIN METEORITES BIRTHDAY CANDLE PEARLS. 4. GUERLAIN METEORITES GLOW BABY
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BEAUTY REPORT 2. ELEMIS Pro-Collagen Oxygenating Night Cream Clinically proven*, this oxygenating night cream helps with your skin’s natural regeneration process. Wake up with a firmer-looking, radiant complexion whilst helping delay the signs of premature ageing. Purchase from lotusskincare.co.nz
Permanent Eyebrows For great eyebrows and all semi permanent makeup - call the experts Making Faces on 039741600 or visit www.makingfacesnz.com
IPL Rejuvenation, hair removal, and depigmentation; our certified beauticians can do it all! Call the salon for a consultation today. H&B Hair Art & Beauty 96 Cranford Street St Albans 03 381 8939 hairart.co.nz
The Cosmetic Clinic’s Enzymatic Micro Peel An ultra gentle skin exfoliator - achieves a smoother, brighter complextion. Hydrating, refreshing and revitalising, it also works as an intense leave-on night treatment combating ultra-dry skin or eczema. www.thecosmeticclinic.co.nz
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MAN STUFF By Kate Pierson
The female market is resplendent with top to toe style spoils. According to fashionunited.com, the value of the global womenswear industry is a staggering $621 billion.
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‘Man stuff ’ is our tongue and cheek way of introducing some must-have wardrobe and grooming additions into your significant other’s life.
olarising facts and figures aside, this doesn’t mean we should ignore the many merits of the menswear industry, which is a heavyweight in its own right, with an annual global turnover of $402 billion. And if the dollars don’t dazzle, then the latest looks to land on the style scene will. ‘Man stuff ’ is our tongue and cheek way of introducing some must-have wardrobe and grooming additions into your significant other’s life in a low maintenance fashion – pun intended. Perhaps he doesn’t need any nudging and is just as much of a fashion addict as you. Either way, these are some of our absolute favourites for the season.
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1. Arm candy: ok, in this case it’s shoulder candy, but, semantics aside, this is a direct hit when it comes to functional style. Deadly Ponies’ Creative Director Liam Bowden has drawn inspiration from the ocean for this collection. Bowden translates these notions via the introduction of rich ink bovine leather, tightly coiled shearling and iridescent brass highlights.
2. Pen pal: a polished aesthetic owes to the final touch accessories. The dress pen has an air of sophistication about it that adds a generous touch of gentleman to a garment, like a suit jacket or shirt. 3. Armed with attitude: there is no overstating the statement a striking wrist watch can make. An investment that promises longevity (provided it’s quality), a timepiece can transcend generation after generation surviving the tides of sartorial change if it possesses classic good looks.
4. Back to basics: a capsule wardrobe compromised of fundamentals that lend themselves to alloccasions gets a big tick in our books. Going back to basics is the first step in creating an asset-rich collection of apparel that can fulfil its potential all year round. Think great fitting pants, tees and longsleeve tops as a starting point. 5. The smell of success: a signature scent is the final ingredient to an inspiring look. It takes the sensory impression you are creating from something one dimensional to a multi-dimensional impact.
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RETRO VIBES By Kate Pierson
Itâ€™s been said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Given the level of attention the retro aesthetic is receiving right now, this sartorial era should be positively blushing!
1. KATE SYLVESTER AUTUMN WINTER 2017. 2. KAREN WALKER LOVE HANGOVER SUNGLASSES. 3. STAPLE + CLOTH CIGARETTE TROUSERS. 4. STAPLE + CLOTH RELAX DRESS. 5. NEXT PINK CIRCUS ANIMALS BUTTON THROUGH PYJAMAS. 6. LAUREN LOAFER PRETTY IN PINK. 7. CAMILLA & MARC HENDRIX LEATHER SKIRT.
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o demystify the ‘retro’ concept, it has linguistic origins rooted in Latin and the ever-chic France. In French, ‘rétro’ is an abbreviation for ‘retrospective’ which goes right to the heart of the theoretical concept. Rather than referencing artifacts of yesteryear, retro style seeks to refer to modern things that display characteristics of the past. There are superlative qualities to the fashion evocative of the retro era - typically the 1940-1990 epoch – and we like what’s on offer.
The glowing industry commentary shows the fashion elite cannot get enough of the contemporary interpretations.
From crushed velvet and psychedelic florals, to pretty pastels and paisley prints, the glowing industry commentary shows the fashion elite cannot get enough of the contemporary interpretations. We’ve joined the praise brigade, adding our voice to this complementary chorus, and today’s moodboard is a dedication to retro reincarnated.
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PUNCHY COLOURS & PATTERNS Don’t let winter get in style’s way. Flirt with bold colours and patterns all year round with these must-have wardrobe and beauty accents that achieve a striking aesthetic.
Make a stylish splash on a tropical holiday or prepare for the balmier days. Fits a breast prosthesis. ALBINA SWIMSUIT. www.thefittingroom.co.nz
Functional style is yours for the taking with this divine leather handbag. FREEDOM TANNED LEATHER BAG. www.villageleathercraft.com
Beautiful fashion meets function with these contemporary additions to your winter wardrobe. GODIN BOOTS + BLUNT UMBRELLAS. Robin Pierre, 185 Papanui Road.
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Feel like royalty in this musthave for your wardrobe. ABBEY DUCHESS DRESS COAT. www.smithandboston.co.nz
Embrace chic couture for the ultimate in sophistication. LACE CONTRAST MIDRIFF SILHOUETTE DRESS. www.ingridbrook.nz
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THE TECHNOLOGY BENEFITING OUR TEETH Have you been thinking about replacing your black mercury amalgam fillings? There are many reasons people want metalfree, tooth-coloured fillings, which bond to the tooth. The decision to replace functioning amalgams can be a personal one. However, with modern dentistry, there are several viable alternative filling materials available.
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afety protocols are used for removal of the amalgam, before the tooth is restored using the material of choice. Each material has its own benefits and limitations, and deciding which to use is based on several factors. The two most frequently used materials at Dentistry on Merivale are composite and ceramic. Composite: This tooth-coloured, metal-free material can be used as a direct replacement for small to medium fillings. It’s composed of small ceramic particles, bound into a resin or plastic matrix. One physical limitation of the material is that it’s intrinsically not as strong as amalgam, so cannot be predictably used for long-term replacement of larger restorations. There are several types and manufacturers of composite. Dental Ceramics: These form a large family of tooth coloured, physiologically inert dental restoration materials. They are probably as close to ‘ideal’ as modern technology allows in terms of durability and appearance, but tend to be more costly, as the process involves a lab fabrication step that entails more than one appointment. There are single appointment porcelain fabrication systems, but the team finds the best long-term results are obtained using a 2-step technique. Dr David Walsh has been practicing amalgam-free dentistry for over 20 years and is highly experienced in the procedures involved. Feel free to email, ring or visit for more information.
A SPARKLY NEW BEGINNING
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CLARINS PARIS Clarins is a world-renowned beauty icon and we have a stunning range of products to give away targeting age control, hydration and firming. We have one Tonic Body Treatment Oil, one Multi Active Jour, and one HydraEssential as part of this beautiful kit.
SIMON & GARFUNKEL STORY! We have a double pass giveaway to the Simon & Garfunkel Story! at the Isaac Theatre Royal for Thursday 27 July at 8pm. Following a sold-out season on London’s West End and various cities across Europe, the UK production of the Simon & Garfunkel Story, presented by Phil Bathols and Tim Woods, returns to New Zealand for a four centre national tour. Playing one night only in Wellington, Auckland, Dunedin and Christchurch from 22 – 27 July, the production was a sell-out smash hit in Auckland in 2016 and is back by popular demand.
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SEEKING HELP FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS AND PELVIC PAIN About 1 in 10 New Zealand women are affected by endometriosis, though many more are thought to be living with it undiagnosed.
ABOUT 1 IN 10 NEW ZEALAND WOMEN ARE AFFECTED BY ENDOMETRIOSIS, THOUGH MANY MORE ARE THOUGHT TO BE LIVING WITH IT UNDIAGNOSED. has been removed. She describes this as ‘phantom’ pain. “The brain can become quite sensitive to pain and continue to recognise it even when there is nothing causing it.” Other treatment options for endometriosis include hormonal medications (like the pill), physiotherapy, and lifestyle changes involving diet and exercise. There are a number of links between endometriosis and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. A better diet and exercise regime can improve bowel symptoms. It is important that women are provided with information and education regarding their disease. At Oxford Women’s Health, many patients present with concerns about endometriosis and pelvic pain. “We are fortunate to be able to offer the services of Deborah Bush, an experienced Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain Coach and Consultant. Deborah provides endometriosis and pelvic pain education sessions for women and girls on topics such as medical interventions and lifestyle management.” If you think you may have endometriosis – it’s time to speak up. Phone 03 379 0555 to make an appointment with one of the team. Metropol July 06, 2017 31
SPORTS FUN ACTIVITIES WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO HIRE
KidsFest is that wonderful time of the year when kids (big and little) can really be kids and revel in some of the best recreational assets the city has to offer. These are two of our must do’s this year.
TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR These school holidays, curious minds can explore the universe at the Canterbury Astronomical Society’s observatory in West Melton. Members of the society will be on hand to help unlock the secrets of the night sky through the wide range of telescopes at the observatory. The observatory will be open every night of KidsFest from 8 July, weather permitting, and a weather status update
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will be posted every night by 6.30pm on the society website at cas.org.nz as to whether the observatory is open or closed. The Canterbury Astronomical Society (CAS) is one of the largest astronomical societies in the South Island, with a membership of approximately 90 members. For more information visit cas.org.nz and purchase tickets through Eventbrite.com.
MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY WILL BE ON HAND TO HELP UNLOCK THE SECRETS OF THE NIGHT SKY
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EASEL By Céline Gibson
It’s time to set up your easel and find your portrait sitter, for New Zealand’s most prestigious portraiture competition is now open for entries.
he highly coveted Adam Portraiture Award, which is generously sponsored by the Adam Foundation, boasts a major cash prize of $20,000, plus $2,500 for the runner-up and an additional $2,500 for the People’s Choice award, to be announced at the end of the Adam Award exhibition. Angus Trumble, Director of the National Portrait Gallery of Australia, Canberra is the international judge tasked with selecting 45-55 portraits for the exhibition.
From those, he will select his winner. There were just over 350 entries for the Adam Portraiture Award 2016, and more are expected for the 2018 award. “It’s a lot of work,” says Ruby Eade, Audience Engagement Spokesperson for the New Zealand Portrait Gallery, “but the Adam Award is our favourite exhibition”. Previous winners of the Adam Portraiture Award include André Brönnimann in 2016, Henry Christian-Slane in 2014, Stephen Martyn Welch in 2012, Harriet Bright in 2010, Irene Ferguson in
2008, and Freeman White in 2006. Entries close 4pm 8 December 2017. Winners are announced 28 February 2018 to coincide with a public exhibition showcasing all finalists. Entry forms and further information is available at the New Zealand Portrait Gallery, or online at: www.nzportraitgallery.org.nz/entry-formfor-adam-award-online. To date, there have been no first prize winners from Canterbury. So - calling all artistic Cantabrians - what are you waiting for?
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Give tennis a go at a participating club near you. Equipment supplied. BBQ. Prizes. Giveaways. #lovetenniscanterbury www.canterburytennis.co.nz/LoveTennis
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Let our tutors help you be the artist you've always wanted to be! That's what we do! The Art Metro Art School (& Café) offers tuition in: Abstract; Children's classes; Drawing & Sketching; Impressionism; Oils & Acrylics; Pastels & Watercolours; Beginner and Advanced…
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IN WINTER Is a great idea, say Canterbury Swim School Directors, Jenny Jones and Huia Mikara, who encourage everyone to maintain a healthy year-round lifestyle.
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anterbury Swim School, based in Hornby/Yaldhurst, boasts a tropical 26° atmosphere, and two pools, one 27° and the other, 32°. “There are substantial benefits to keeping your fitness and skills up over the winter,” Jenny says. “It’s a myth stopping swimming over winter reduces the possibility of getting colds and flu; these are viral infections caused by contact with an infected person, not by getting a wet head.” Jenny and Huia, with more than 45 years coaching and teaching between them, say they find children who swim year-round tend to be healthier, and it’s easy to see why. The warm atmosphere is ideal for those with respiratory problems; the deep breathing swimming requires promotes a high intake of oxygen to the brain and blood.
Not only will your respiratory system benefit, but so will the lymph - the body’s internal cleaning mechanism. Lymph transports toxins from the cells to the blood, releasing them from the body via the lungs, kidneys, intestines, and skin. Lymph is transported through the body by muscle movement, not by the heart. And how do we move our muscles? “With exercise!” says Huia. “It’s great to see children swimming and enjoying themselves. And when we’re happy our brains produce endorphins that not only ease pain, but boost the immune system. It’s a win-win.” So, swim - have fun - stay healthy!
PAINT ‘N’ SIP STUDIO Christchurch’s most creative & fun night out!
WINTER TEAM BUILDING Treat your team to something special this winter to cure those winter blues! Check out our website for details on private events and our online calendar for availability! email@example.com paintnsipnz
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SNUFFLE FOR THE
TRUFFLE By Nicholas Henare
You might wonder how I ended up with my nose buried in a freshly dug hole on the side of a hill in North Canterbury on a blustery winter’s day.
I The truffle is the hero of the dish.
was hunting the elusive Perigord Truffle; one of the most sought-after dining delicacies. With the help of Sophie, a truffle hunting dog, and Gavin and Anne Hulley from Amuri Truffiere, we were in for a delightful afternoon savouring this most fun of fungus. Keeping an eye out for ‘pushups’- where the soil is pushed up from the growing truffle - we tread carefully through the Hazelnut and Oak Trees which host the truffles. They have a symbiotic relationship. Gavin Hulley has his nose to the ground to bring the Kiwi version of the highly-sought after French truffle delicacy to restaurant tables. South African immigrants, Gavin and wife Anne, planted their first truffle trees in North Canterbury in 1997. Truffles thrive in limestone-rich soils like Amuri Truffiere’s in Waikari. Gavin and Anne would like truffles to be used from fine dining right through to funky cafes, as a little goes a long way, especially when the truffle is the hero of the dish.
For instance, they work really well when encapsulated in a ravioli, or even a pie, as the aroma gets trapped, and one bite releases the aroma and taste. They’re harvested during winter, and depending on summer rains, they start forming underground about February, with the harvest usually forming June to August. We were lucky, and managed to get the first truffle of the season and sat down to Gavin preparing us truffle infused scrambled eggs on San Francisco Sour dough with truffle soup washed down with a bit of Moët. We were obviously gathering for the upcoming Festival on 15-30 July - you get to take advantage of Gavin and Anne’s knowledge and hard work at the annual Truffle Festival. Find out more by visiting www.canterburytrufflefestival.nz. Get amongst it and try this epicurean delight soon.
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THE TRUE TASTE OF MAGICAL JORDAN From Petra, the red rose city carved in the mountains, to the famous Dead Sea, Jordan personifies true and authentic beauty. It is the jewel in the Arabian Kingdom’s crown.
Subhi Jabri receiving the Award of Excellence from the late King Hussein of Jordan
t is no surprise, therefore, that against such a magical and romantic backdrop, one of the country’s finest and most successful catering establishments, Subhi Jabri & Sons Co, found favour and fortune with the patriotic people. It was a recipe for success. Capable of wooing even Jordanian royalty with its fresh, locally sourced fare, the business found life through the passion and ingenuity of founder Subhi Jabri in 1935. Subhi’s palpable love for his work was felt until his very last days and his legacy vibrantly lives on in the products pioneered by sons Yousef and Mohammed Kheir who have carried on in their father’s footsteps to always preserve the family name. A delicious taste of Jordan has arrived in New Zealand through Subhi’s grandson, Mohanad, and business partner, Nick, who are justly proud of strengthening the family brand to fulfil its potential. Specialty
products include Jabri’s very own handmade Baklava, an exquisite premium treat that has perfected the art of a rounded and pure flavour that doesn’t fall into the ‘sugary’ trap of less authentic recipes. A sophisticated conclusion to any dinner party, the Baklava is joined in the culinary range by equally delicious siblings. ‘Baraziq’ toasted sesame cookies that melt in the mouth are on offer, as well as delicately coated chocolate dates that delight the palate with the perfect crunch of almond nestled inside.
AN ADVENTURE FOR THE MIND AND PALATE THAT WILL INTRODUCE YOU TO THE BEAUTIFUL WAYS OF THE JORDANIAN WORLD IN ONE BITE. Brand new to the discerning collection of world famous brands at Ballantynes and other retailers including Fresh Choice and Smith & Caughey, Jabri is, quite simply, an adventure for the mind and palate that will introduce you to the beautiful ways of the Jordanian world in one bite.
New crafted range from Wigram Available in Supermarkets & Bottle stores 57 Sonter Road, Wigram, Christchurch Ph 03 343 4493. Mob 027 227 1548
Not just a cafe, we do catering, functions and High Teas, along side our big brother, The Islington Tavern. Give us a call or email to find out more.
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AN EXPERIENCE THAT RESONATES By Nicholas Henare
Situated on Cashmere hills is one of the brightest gems in luxury accommodation that I have ever discovered.
ackthorne Gardens is one of Christchurch’s most historic and largest houses built in 1928 as the family home for Archibald Henry Anthony, from Anthony Harper Lawyer fame. It has a wonderful feel to it. With classic leather seating and divine décor, the panoramic view of the garden city adds a remarkable touch to the Asian/ Western fusion dining experience. Hackthorne Gardens caters for small conference groups, weddings and of course, couples seeking that special getaway. The honeymoon suite is pure
pleasure and the service sits at the same level. Making myself very comfortable in the library with a gin and tonic gave me that great Gatsby feeling of yesteryear and then a lunch with so much flair served in the dining room took me to the height of modern cuisine. All the amenities are on site, which is what you would expect from a boutique hotel, but there’s panache at Hackthorne Gardens I haven’t experienced before. Its 5-star quality rating is a good place to start, but like all great ladies, there is a
mystique that needs to be savoured. I could direct you to the website but its beauty must be experienced in person. Call and book in for a tour to savour the atmosphere of a truly stunning hotel. Like great food and fine beverages, let Hackthorne gardens titillate your senses like it has mine. It has access to some great Port Hills experiences but the best experiences lie within. The service is impeccable, the food divine; its name will resonate in the future as one of quality and fine accommodation at our very back door in Cashmere. Hackthorne Gardens, I salute you.
The splendour of this extensively refurbished and strengthened house supports a natural heritage taking you back to a Christchurch of the 1930s. The house gardens are contoured by stone from the local Halswell quarry. The luxury boutique accommodation experience enters the international marketplace with elements of the Art Deco era and hopes to delight the high-end traveller without high-end tariffs.
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he restaurant continues to develop its ‘social dining’ formula, with a diverse menu of shared items, served banquet style in the traditional Kiwi family table-sharing fashion. The evening menu showcases some of the best vegetarian and vegan food in Christchurch, along with a selection of steaks served hot off the chargrill. One dish in particular to watch out for is the stuffed, rolled, and slow roasted ½ pork belly.
Professional, casual service with personality, in a relaxed, sophisticated, and welcoming environment.
The home of
shared dining After a brief hiatus The Monday Room has relocated to High Street and re-branded as TMR Restaurant & Bar. The new location offers three intimate dining areas, and an expansive dinner menu available from 5.30pm until late, 7 days a week.
In addition to the sumptuous savoury fare, TMR offers a delightfully decadent dessert menu, including in-house made soft serve sundaes with flavours changing throughout the week. Although the location is currently a little tricky to find, this hasn’t deterred guests from finding their way back to the beloved restaurant, and as always, bookings are advised. If your ideal dining experience includes professional, casual service with personality, in a relaxed, sophisticated, and welcoming environment, TMR is the place to be.
A COFFEE REVOLUTION Tucked away at 24b Essex Street in Phillipstown is something pretty special for country wide coffee lovers. It is a revolution for coffee drinkers and business owners and it’s called The Coffee Workshop.
hat makes The Coffee Workshop unique is the chance for customers to have their coffee roasted while they wait. Choose 400gm or 600gm batches, and a large selection of imported beans and blends, and watch as your coffee is roasted before you. The Coffee Workshop is not only a great store to enjoy world class coffee at affordable prices, but also the first company to provide coffee shops around the country with their own onsite micro coffee roasting facilities.
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The very best micro roaster coffee machines, sourced from around the world, are available for purchase or lease. The Coffee Workshop is also able to a design a finance package to suit your budget. Starting your own coffee shop? With The Coffee Shop, you benefit from over 15 years of experience in the coffee industry and the knowledge and ongoing support
from the fastest growing coffee business in New Zealand. With plenty of parking onsite, now is as good a time as any to head down to The Coffee Workshop and embrace the future of personal coffee consumption. Even All Black great Reuben Thorne is in on it. For more information, visit www.thecoffeeworkshop.co.nz.
THE VERY BEST MICRO ROASTER COFFEE MACHINES, SOURCED FROM AROUND THE WORLD, ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE OR LEASE.
A world of
FINE WINES TO DISCOVER
â€“ Bergerac wines
Suzanne Geraudâ€™s family have owned the vineyards of Chateau des Ganfards in South-West France for six generations. For the last two years, she and husband, Peruvian Ricardo Lazo, whom she met in New Zealand, have been distributing a selection of its wines in stores locally and online.
rom 28 hectares near the small village of Saussignac, in the wine region of Bergerac, Suzanne and Ricardo offer five Chateau des Ganfards wines. A Bergerac RosĂŠ, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, three Bergerac reds, blends of Merlot and Cabernet Franc, and a very special Saussignac 2005 dessert wine, a blend of Semillon and Muscadelle, aged in barrels for twelve months, quite unique in New Zealand, Suzanne says. For many years, the Bergerac region has been in the shadow of its near, more famous neighbour, the Bordeaux region.
Ricardo Lazo & Suzanne Geraud
Fortunately, thanks to vineyards like Chateau des Ganfards, Bergerac wines are gaining greater recognition. With the Tour de France passing through Bergerac this month (Stage 10 on July 11), the region is likely to receive a lot of international attention. So are its products â€“ plums and apples, walnuts and truffles, foie gras and, of course, excellent wines. Suzanne has studied viticulture and oenology extensively and currently works
as a winemaker in Canterbury. Chateau des Ganfards wines are available in cases of six bottles online, and individually at selected outlets in Christchurch and its surrounds. Try them at wine tastings in July: Ballantynes 8th and 15th, and at New World stores, Lincoln 7th and 14th, Ilam on the 15th. Visit www.chateaudesganfards.com for more information about the winery and the wines.
Suzanne Geraudâ€™s family have owned the vineyards of Chateau des Ganfards in South-West France for six generations.
MADE FRESH ON OUR PREMISES DAILY Tempting range of pies, filled rolls, slices and cream buns
Open 7 Days 8 Colombo Street Cashmere Ph 03 337 0403
FRENCH WINE - Bergerac Region GOLD MEDAL AWARD WINNERS
Available in selected New World Stores, Ballantynes, Vino Fino and Selected Super Liquor Stores
s Come in and try the authentic German and European taste. The team from Cafe Berlin would like to thank its customers for their support and is looking forward to serving you in future.
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Craic – Willie Darkroom – Daniel Madill – Bake a Snake EP Release Carlton Bar & Eatery – Headrush
7 JULY Trevinos – Fat Stallions Blue Smoke – The Wedding Present
The Foundry – AutoMatic 80s Synthplicity Tour Blue Smoke – Theia –EP Release Tour Nut Point Centre – Love, Loss & Café Operana Dux Central – Big Rig
9 JULY Follow us on facebook for your metropol fix.
Connoisseurs of Vivace coffee and delicious food Love Coco!
Christchurch Arts Centre – Braggadocious
13 JULY Isaac Theatre Royal – New Zealand Opera: Carmen Bootleg BBQ – Beats by Bingo Naval Point Club Lyttelton – Little Ship Club of Canterbury
14 JULY Wunderbar – Knights of the Dub Table Dux Central – Zak Cooper
Multi-platinum selling artist and multiple Grammy award winner Lionel Richie will light up Horncastle Arena on Thursday 19 October. With a very special guest on his tour, Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, this all-time musical great and international superstar will deliver his ‘All Hits Tour’. From All Night Long to Three Times a Lady, lovers of these mega hits will be under his spell.
Halo Bar & Lounge – Grand Tease 2017 The Foundry – The Amity Affliction Piko Wholefoods – Experience Kirtan – The Yoga of Music
Nick Lange - Proprietor
18 JULY The Piano – Outstanding Young Musicians – Justin Hodges
19 JULY Craic – Karaoke with DJ Chick
22 JULY 400 Barbadoes St, Montreux Building
Ph.020 4106 8403
Becks Southern Alehouse – Unhinged
Christchurch’s greatest little Irish Pub Open 7 Days until 3am
Karaoke, Dancing Quiz night
Blackbird Café & Bar – Sumner Tea Festival
27 JULY MODERN JAPANESE DINING IN CHRISTCHURCH
Isaac Theatre Royal – The Simon & Garfunkel Story Ferrymead Speights Ale House – Keith Preene’s Golden Goose Bingo XCHC – Annual Design Assembly Quiz Isaac Theatre Royal – Rhys Darby Mystic Time Bird
We have the best live local music acts for three nights, every weekend. Irish rebel and rock bands and the odd blues gig Great pub food such as...
Craicing Steak Special
FOR ONLY $15!
Trevinos – Soul Cage
29 JULY RICCARTON 85 Riccarton Road 03-3416608 RICCARTON@TEPPANYAKI.CO.NZ FERRYMEAD 2 Waterman Place Ferrymead P. 348 5644 FERRYMEAD@TEPPANYAKI.CO.NZ
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Winnie Bagoes – Bliss N Eso
31 JULY Christchurch Art Gallery – Everyone Else – Canterbury Film Society
3 AUGUST Isaac Theatre Royal – New Zealand International Film Festival
84B Riccarton Rd 03 343 4657 www.thecraicirishbar.co.nz
We are well and truly in winter. So why not seek out some hot culinary delights at Magnitude Cafe and Roastery? Located at 2/314 Tuam Street, Magnitude is quickly gaining a reputation for providing top quality eats and drinks.
Visit Your nearest Super Liquor for all your Harringtons Craft Beers & Brotherhood Ciders to enjoy with your Special Occasions or Email harringtons.nz for info regarding your nearest stockists
in 1956. Come at 7am, and you will have first dibs on Magnitude’s new breakfast menu. Toasted bagels with cream cheese and pesto or jam, and delicious waffles with the choice of banana, bacon and maple syrup, or berries and yoghurt, are only the start. If you like your eggs benedict, eggs florentine, or just eggs on toast, Magnitude has you covered, and for those with a large appetite, Magnitude’s Big Breakfast will fill you up no end. Magnitude allows you to watch your coffee roast before your very eyes, with your selection of blends and flavours, such as Colombian, Italian, Espresso and Kilimanjaro. The coffee you enjoy is freshly roasted on the premises by David’s Son in Law, Gerard van Rooy. Gerard learned to roast coffee whilst working for Stewarts, and is an expert in obtaining perfection. Magnitude is also proud to offer customers Lincoln’s famous Hillyers Pies in a variety of flavours. Plus the addition of baked potatoes to the menu is something not to be missed. Open Monday to Friday, 7am to 4pm, with parking on site, Magnitude also plays host to markets and provides the use of its facilities for functions and other events. All in all, with stylish and warm surroundings and these new additions to already sterling services, Magnitude Cafe and Roastery is a cafe experience not to be missed.
800 Harewood Rd (Airport End) Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:30pm Saturday - Sunday 8:00am - 6:00pm Phone: 359 2772
6 TENAHAUN PLACE, WIGRAM, CHRISTCHURCH
4/4 Troup Drive, Addington Monday - Friday 8:00am - 6:30pm Saturday - Sunday 8:30am - 6:00pm Ph: 341 1110
410 Marshland Rd Monday - Sunday 8:00am - 6:00pm Ph: 385 6976
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he business is the brainchild of David Humphrey, previous owner of Stewarts famous iconic coffee house established by the late Tom Stewart RAF in Dunedin
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NEW SMALL BITES FOR LUNCH OR DINNER TO SHARE OR SELF INDULGE
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OFTEN QUOTED AS “THE BEST THAI IN CHRISTCHURCH”
NEW CORK & FORK MENU
Amazing authentic Thai food will also turn you into a Green Chilli Thai restaurant advocate.
NEW DISH OF THE DAY MENU
Special lunch for $10
KUM PUN THAI RESTAURANT GLAMOUR Delivering an artful and seductive mix of glamour and an amazing authentic Thai Menu, that will delight your taste buds.
Home delivery, Takeaway available, BYO, Vegetarian friendly. Green chilli also available for personal functions party, set menu & also delivery service. Special 10% Discount for seniors and students
Our food is always fresh and cooked to perfection using Thai spices and recipes. Taditional. modern and seasonal dishes. Exotic food in Exotic surroundings.
1/596 Ferry Road Woolston, Christchurch
73 Victoria Street Christchurch
(03) 381 2855
(03) 365 5494
Green Chilli THAI RESTAURANT Cnr Riccarton Road and Monavale Ave (03) 343 5378
Join us on facebook
(03) 384 9993
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352 Colombo Street Sydenham, Christchurch (03) 379 1863
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ASIAN FUSION FOOD AT ITS MOST DELIGHTFUL AT SALA SALA RESTAURANT Public Dining or Private Dining room options available Happy to customise our menu to accommodate special occasions or dietary requirements. Hours: Tuesday -Sunday, Lunch 11.30am to 2.00pm Dinner 5.30pm - Late
142 Papanui Road Merivale Christchurch 8014
333 Harewood Road Bishopdale, Christchurch
Reopened Under New Management
(03) 360 0996
(03) 355 5932
Image (x1 only) NOTHING COMPARES TO YOU... You’ll be so impressed with Castle Rock you won’t be able to compare us to others. A fun, quirky cafe with great atmosphere and stunning views. Cyclist and dog friendly café. Real food made with love from locally sourced produce. Dietary requirements catered for. Fully Licensed.
Image (x1 only) THE EARLYBIRD CATCHES THE BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER DEAL! Book the first table for breakfast, lunch or dinner at participating Christchurch eateries and you’ll get 50% OFF the FOOD BILL for 2 to 4 DINERS! Choose from 50+ fantastic Christchurch restaurants and cafes. Use promo code METROPOL to get $5 FREE CREDIT!* Book now at www.firsttable.co.nz/chch
21 Mary Muller Drive, Heathcote, off Chapmans, off Port Hills Rd. (03) 384 5263
E. castlerockcafechch.co.nz Riccarton/Middleton Location
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Spectators are proud supporters of the Court Theatre and now you can enjoy “A Bite & A Bevereage” before the show for only $20 per person* *T&C’s apply. See our website for details. Regular Opening Hours: Monday: 7.30am to 4.30pm. Tuesday to Friday: 7.30am til late. Saturday & Sunday: 11am til late.
(03) 339 7915
SPECTATORS - 7 DAY BAR & BISTRO A BITE AND A BEVERAGE!
email@example.com 65 Jack Hinton Drive Addington Raceway
*Promo code can only be used on new sign ups. $5 free credit to be used towards booking fee. Booking fee is normally $10 per reservation. Credit must be used within 30 days of signing up.
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CAFE KUDOS ACCLAIMED CHRISTCHURCH WIDE
MARKET PLACE RESTAURANT AND BAR OPENING JULY!
On site Cooks, chefs and bakers who love new flavours and adapting old fashioned favorites Cabinet food and catering (on or off premises) Private upstairs meeting room available with a full repertoire of office technology. Let us cater for your meetings. Mon-Thurs 7am to 4pm, Fri 7am-6.30pm. Now available Saturday and Sunday for private bookings or functions.
Pre-Opening Special Choose two mains form The Butcher or Fishmonger and receive a Free Veggie Patch. T&C’s apply. Booking essential. Offer is not valid in conjunction with other ongoing promotions and offers. Available from 1st to 31st July 2017
CALL IN ON THE WAY HOME FROM SKIING Mulled wine Woodfired pizzas Full menu Weekend breakfasts Function room - fundraisers private dining
Opening hours: Sat - Sun 9am - late Mon - Fri 11.30am - late
235 Annex Road Middleton
Fully Licensed, Wi-Fi, Great Parking (03) 338 1801
Crowne Plaza Christchurch 764 Colombo Street (03) 741 2800
Weedons Ross Road West MeltonVillage Ph.03 421 6481 Metropol July 06, 2017 43
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WELCOME TO PIERSIDE CAFE AND BAR
Magnitude Cafe offers a selection of delicious ever evolving cabinet options, gourmet baked potatoes and now the addition of a new breakfast menu. Freshly roasted house-blend coffee and a wide range of teas, smoothies and “Good Buzz Kombucha”. Warm, welcoming atmosphere with modern decor and free Wifi. Please inquire about venue hire,catering and large group bookings.
You’ll find a charming restaurant that’s as luxurious as the room inside the mediterranean themed Fino Hotel, you’ll love dining at this casual yet sophisticated restaurant serving delicious platters that are made to share. Happy Hour from 4-6 pm daily. $6 house wine and beer complimentary snacks available. Monday-Sunday: Breakfast 7:00am-10:30am Dinner 5:00-9:00pm
Unit 2, 314 Tuam Street
Ground Floor - Fino Hotel 87 Kilmore St, Christchurch
3 Brighton Mall, New Brighton Christchurch
(03) 366 3051
(03) 550 0501 or 0800 476 691
(03) 388 4902
Next Door to Clinch Automotive
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We offer a wide range of food and beverage catering for brunch, lunch and dinner, 7-days per week. We also offer entertainment 7 nights per week so you can relax after a day at the beach and enjoy yourself. Check out our gig guides for the most up to date band info or scan our SKY schedule for your favorite sports and games.
Shirley / Rangiora
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SEVEN CAFE AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE FUNCTIONS
STELLAR INVITES YOU TO TASTE OUR TALENTED CHEF’S NEW 2017 MENU
IN LOVE WITH OUR INDIAN FOR MORE THAN 10 YEARS!
A pleasant place to relax and catch up with family and friends. A choice of both attractive cabinet food or options from breakfast/lunch menu. Along with a choice between indoor tables and an outdoor area. • private marquee is available to booked for groups of 10-30 • kids eat free every Sunday ( T&C apply)
A taste of fine Asian cuisine blended with classic European fare. Stellar offers a large variety of menus to cater for different special occasions. From a selection of finger food to a selection of A la Carte st menus. Free function hire, for your Office Shout, Wedding, Birthday Party or Ladies Night.
Authentic cuisine with a real taste of India. Lunch from $8.99 Monday to Saturday. Dishes like our red garlic chicken are a must try! We give a birthday meal free for parties over 4 people NEW menu from 8th of November. Introducing new starters, mains & soups
Open: Mon-Fri 7.30am-4.00pm Sat & Sun 8.30am-4.00pm
Cnr Riccarton Road and Hansons Lane Christchurch
(03) 348 1886
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Level 1, 235 Riccarton Road E. firstname.lastname@example.org (03) 345 6888 for reservations
75 Victoria St Rangiora
opposite liquorland (03) 310 6900
114 Marshland Rd Shirley (03) 423 9932
St Albans Location
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TAI TAPU HOTEL & FUNCTION CENTRE
Famous for its Home Style Kiwi and Mediteranean cuisine with attention to Flavour. Kids Play area and Menus. Ideal for celebrations and functions. New Dining Experience “Create Your Own Meal” Mid Winter Xmas group bookings. Check our Website for Promotions and Flash Deals Open Daily: Lunch 11-4pm. Dinner from 4pm & Weekend Breakfast from 9.00am
• Al a carte restaurant open 7 days • Full menu runs from 12pm through to around 8pm last seating for evening. • Extensive menu with shared plates/starters, platters, mains and House made desserts • Great wine selection • Sheltered courtyard and large grassed outdoor area for dining or wines & platters
305 Cranford Street Christchurch
Northwood Supa Centre 548 Main North Road
780 Old Tai Tapu Road Tai Tapu
(03) 355 0218
(03) 323 5420
(03) 329 6819
CHECK OUT THESE AMAZING WEEKLY SPECIALS MONDAY
Two 4 One Steak night
WEDNESDAY Kids Dine For Free THURSDAY “Shout Ya Mate” & Free BBQ SAT & SUN
Roast of the Day and a Drink for $20.
West Melton Location
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TABLE AT MONKS FOOD MADE WITH PASSION AND TALENT Centrally located on the corner of Madras & Armagh streets, this brand new café is a perfect place to sit back and enjoy delicious food and great coffee while watching the world go by. Check out the menu online. Buy ONE coffee – Get one FREE on presentation of this advert Discover this cosy spot today!
ARTISANAL BREADS AND PASTERIES French Bakery where everything is homemade and prepared using traditional French methods. We also do catering. Indoor/outdoor seating. Burtons coffee. Free wifi. Open Tuesday to Friday 7am-4pm. Saturday 8am-3pm.
282 Madras Street Christchurch
9/736 Weedons Ross Road West Melton
(03) 377 3777
(03) 421 6559
HOW DO YOU PUT 7000+ ISLANDS UNDER ONE ROOF? WE BRING YOU THE COMPLEXITY OF FILIPINO FLAVOURS IN THE COMFORT OF OUR CAFE. Philippine Cuisine – a fusion of dishes from eastern and western influences using diverse cooking techniques FIL-FOOD FIL-HOME FIL-LOVE Our Promise: Authentic, delicious Filipino cuisine served with warm and friendly service Dining in and take away Opening hours: Sun-Wed 10:00am-8:00pm Thurs-Sat 10:00am-9:00pm
Shop 7, Peerswick Mall 388 Riccarton Rd, Upper Riccarton 027 789 3456
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New Brighton Location
Asian style Chicken or Vegetarian burger
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217 Marine Parade New Brighton, Christchurch (03) 388 0898
THE HOME OF SHARED DINING
Check out the new menu online at: www.themondayroom.co.nz
• Breakfast/Brunch and cabinet food • All food made on the premises • Wide range Gluten Free, Vegetarian, Paleo options • Open 7 days • Indoor & Outdoor Seating • Catering available - free delivery city wide
To book phone 03 377-5262 or email: email@example.com
Westfield Riccarton Mall 129 Riccarton Road Ph 03 983 4652
The Monday Room’s new location is the place to be for shared banquet family style dining. The new restaurant is open 7 days a week from 5:30pm.
Only a short 1 hour drive from Christchurch, the Methven Resort Hotel is the perfect choice for your wedding. With accommodation in the Mt Hutt Village, plus our onsite chef offers a special wedding menu with a wide range of flavours to suit all of your guests. • 3 heated outside spas • 25 metre outdoor swimming pool - seasonal • Accommodation 47 ensuite rooms • Bar • Conference room can hold 300 people
51 Main Street Methven
0800 22 44 40
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NUTRITIOUS AND HEALTHY OPTIONS PACKED WITH FLAVOUR
DELICIOUS CHEESY DUMPLINGS Exploding fusion of delicious flavours, Chicken or Pork Dumplings mixed with New Zealand cheese creates an amazing texture and flavour. Mixing the orient with the west, the explosive taste of pizza all wrapped up in this delightful dumpling. Hand made daily for ultimate freshness and quality, tantalising your taste buds. Come in and try one of these special dumplings today! Open 7 days. Daily 9am-7pm, Sunday 10am-6pm
The Barrington No 256 Barrington St, Speydon (03) 337 3322 or 021 178 9514
LIFE’S A BEACH... AT OCEAN CAFÉ & BAR SCARBOROUGH Open Daily @ 8am for Breakfast & Lunch Open late on $5 Friday...
147 Esplanade Clock Tower End Sumner (03) 326 7923
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ALFRECO CUISINE WITH A GORGEOUS RIVER VIEW AT THE FOOT OF THE HILLS
THE ASIATIQUE COOKING CLASSES
RESTAURANT, BAR, FUNCTIONS, KARAOKE
A great place to soak up the sun over a long lunch or linger over dinner in our homely restaurant. Relaxed or casual with separate bar, restaurabt and large outdoor area. Fully Licensed - A la Carte.
Learn to Cook Thai, Malaysian, Japanese and Indian cooking from a passionate foodie with over 30 years of experience. For upcoming events and classes check out our facebook page.
Special Event? We have Function rooms available. The perfect space to suit Birthdays, Anniversaries, Corporate functions & Karaoke nights SUKHU TIGER the newest party venue in town! Join us for Karaoke anytime Booking conditions may apply
Open Monday - thursday 11am to 12am. Friday & Saturday 11am to 1am and Sunday 11am to 10pm
R E S TA U R A N T & B A R
69 Centaurus Road Cashmere (03) 337 2227
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• New technology micro coffee roasters • Easy installation, software controlled • Very affordable (rent from $60/wk) • Reduce coffee costs by 50% or more • Increase revenues, profits and business worth • Create your own coffee brand • Design your own coffee blends • Full training and ongoing support provided The future of coffee is here, enquire now.
24b Essex Street, Phillipstown 021 334 332
50 Wordsworth Street
Takeaway and delivery available
Just off Colombo Sydenham
027 488 1881 Fully Licensed
1 Riccarton Road Facebook: Fusion at The Asiatique
(03) 341 1163
(No Boarder) Burnside
Image (x1 only) UNTOUCHED WORLD™ NATIVE GARDEN CAFÉ Serving up fresh seasonal food, the Untouched World™ Native Garden Café is a favourite with locals for breakfast, brunch and lunch. Cosy up by the fire with a coffee and a tasty treat from the cabinet, or dine alfresco in the peaceful native garden setting. Just 5 minutes from Christchurch Airport with plenty of off-street parking available, it’s a calm oasis away from the hustle. Open: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 4:00pm Sat - Sun 9.00am - 4:00pm
155 Roydvale Avenue Burnside (03) 357 9499
TEWNION TRUFFIÉRE GROWERS OF THE PÉRIGORD BLACK TRUFFLE “The Black Diamond of the Truffle World” Suppliers of Premium Truffles to Fine Dining Restaurants - Wineries - Food Lovers throughout New Zealand. Perigord Black Truffles are available from May to September.
202 Old West Coast Road, RD6 Christchurch 7676. Phone : 027 604 0004
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Jason Whitelaw (Owner), Angela Stone Sarah Wallace, Debb Horton
A DELIGHT FOR THE PALATE On Thursday 8 June, champagne flowed, oysters were devoured and the lights shone bright at the opening of brand new Louis Champagne Bar at 123 Victoria Street.
Deb Ballantyne, Sharon Walker, Juanita O’Connell
Michelle Anderson, Lynn Woods
Liz & Stephen Collins, Storm McVay
Rebecca McNaughton, Liz Shaw Trevor Laplanche, Cindy Hutchinson, Vanessa Bingham Specialty spirits, craft beers, world-class wines and a divine fresh oyster and seafood menu have introduced a new culinary dimension to Christchurch.
Leah De Friez, Brett Chambers, Helen Hanson
David Lynch, Nick Inkster, Graeme Robb
Photos by Jane Wyles Photography - for copies email: firstname.lastname@example.org
123 Victoria Street • 16 types of champagne • Bluff oysters presented in 12 different ways • Craft seafood • Full bar and cocktails
OPEN: Tuesday to Sunday: 11am to late
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Ian Harris, Richard Hill, Greg Ayes
Check Facebook for more from this event.
Multi-Award Winning Butchery Now in larger brighter premises at 303 Colombo St
Eight years ago, a taste of South-East India came to New Brighton. Two friends, Kiran Nakka and Sudhir Nannapaneni, opened South of India, a restaurant specialising in the cuisine of their home state and surrounding states.
Unique smallgoods, all gluten and MSG free All meat free-range Great service, great value 303 Colombo St, Christchurch Ph. 03 337 2929
hey head up a team of four chefs, talented and well-travelled artisans, who are passionate about food and have all worked in top restaurants and hotels in South India. The menu reflects the influences found in the food of the five southern states of India, but also includes dishes familiar in other regions of the Indian Sub-continent - Chicken Tenali, Chicken Chettinadu, Chicken Hyderabadi, Biryanis, Andhra Fish and Andhra Chicken 65. Other favourites are chicken, lamb or beef curries, including famously fiery dishes from Goa and Andhra Pradesh, specially cooked with different bases and ground spices. There is also a selection of fish curries from each of the Southern states, and soon, dosa, a crispy, savoury pancake will be back on the menu. South of India offers a relaxed setting with
plenty of parking. It has a full bar service and a wine list specially created to complement the food menu. Or if you prefer, BYO wine. The restaurant seats large groups, but will also cater, and deliver items from the menu. See the website www.southofindia.co.nz for contact details, and for more updates follow the Facebook page. As well as a takeaway menu and a delivery service, all menus include vegetarian options, and all meat is halal. For bookings and more information, call 03 388 0898. The restaurant is open seven days, 12pm-2pm, and 5pm-9pm.
WINTER WARMERS Cafe Restaurant Bar
New kid on the block, just opposite the casino. Open for brunch, lunch and dinner. Come in and dine with us. Full menu available on www.facebook.com/threecowsvictoria
Tue-Sun 10am-10pm Mon 10am-4pm 71 Victoria Street, Christchurch Phone: 03 377 8944
Serving winter wamers, morning, noon & night 1027 Ferry Road
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In k tchen Eagle Gift Pack A perfect gift pack for any craft beer loving bloke or bloke’ess Available at Eagle Fillery 55 Riccarton Rd. Ph. 341 6849 eaglebrewing.nz
A Bakery treasure trove at the bottom of the hill An easy location for you to pop in and stock up on our bakery products. Delicious hand made cakes, Danish pastries, pies, sausage rolls and Underground Coﬀee. Catering also available. Una Bakery 73 Centaurus Rd, Huntsbury Ph: 337 8214.
Box Cafe Our selection includes Italian beef, lamb and Kumara, Mango Curry and Apricot Chicken, Curry Beef and Sweet and Sour meat balls. These are all gluten free. A simple meal solution for a cold winters night.
Bush inn centre Cnr Riccarton & Waimari Rd P. 348 5043 Open 7 Days
What’s inside “The Box”? The lid’s off! Come and see what’s inside. Great space, great coffee, great food and exceptional service Under New Management! 1/10 Acheron Drive Ph. 348 6829
Quality is key, whether bridal or birthday, corporate or casual. Taste, style and presentation is my specialty. Let my imagination be used for your celebrations. Bespoke designs detailed by your wishes at great prices! Contact Fleur on 027 233 2277 www.fleursdesignercakes.co.nz
Spoil yourself with our own special blend “New City” Coffee, house roasted to ensure a fresh, delicious cup. Delicious Cuisine with healthy options. Open Mon - Fri 7am - 5pm. Sat - Sun & public holidays 8am - 5pm Cranford Street
Merivale Ph. (03) 356 1835
Appetite’s Antipasto Platter
Come and treat yourself to a scrumptious Bacon, Kumara and Blue Cheese pie or maybe an Italian eggplant pie!! Fairlie Bakehouse pies in store too
MRS DENTON’S Fine. Food. Fast Takeaway Cafe, Delicatessen
168a Kendal Ave, Burnside Hours: Mon-Fri 7am-3pm Sat 8.30am-3pm Ph. (03) 357 4516 027 469 0206
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Fresh, Delicious, Innovative Menu Gluten Free Dairy Free Paleo Vegan Free Delivery Finger Food, Canape, Antipasto & Salads Private & Corporate Catering (027) 727 4401 AppetiteNZ@xtra.co.nz www.Appetitecatering.co.nz
“Summer in a jar”
Taste explosion. Fresh garden herbs all year round.
Saveur de Sel
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“Hand crafted with love” Our pies are full of tender, slow cooked beef, rich, flavoursome gravy, encased in soft flaky pastry.
HALSWELL BAKERY & CAFÉ 346 Halswell Rd Open 7 days Ph. 322-4600 www.halswellbakery.co.nz
Whatever the occasion. Highest quality, locally sourced meats are cut to order at
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Debbie Jones, Patrice Feary, Anna Steel Hilaire & Andy Jacques (Owners)
IT’S NOT A HOUSE, IT’S A HOME On Sunday 18 June, brand new public house and restaurant The Good Home proudly celebrated its grand opening in Wigram.
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HIGH TEA By Kate Pierson
While high tea conjures up images of Marie Antoinette style parties, lavishly catered and delightfully indulgent, the origins of this popular past-time are, in fact, far less glamorous.
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WE HOPE YOU FEEL LIKE A LADY (OR GENT) OF LEISURE WITH THESE GOODIES TO BRIGHTEN YOUR WINTER DAYS.
igh tea began in the mid-1700s as a meal for the working man. Usually served between 3-4pm, it consisted of tea with cakes and sometimes even cheese on toast. It was a meal taken standing up, hence the name ‘high’ tea. Fast forward a few hundred years, and our contemporary definition and realisation of this culinary concept is definitely more regal and romantic. From mini cucumber sandwiches with fine teas served in bone china (pinkies at the ready), through to moreish macaroons and the traditional trimmings – scones with lashings of cream – these special occasion treats will seduce your sweet and savoury teeth. Some of the most famous interpretations can be found at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore, The Ritz London and the Hopetoun Tearooms in Melbourne. We’re firm members of the high tea appreciation society, so much so, that we’ve invested time in tracking down some of the essentials so you can bring high tea celebrations into your own home. From divine recipes to giving your table the royal treatment, we hope you feel like a lady (or gent) of leisure with these goodies to brighten your winter days.
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rom fixing a leaky tap, to a new build and everything in between, Innovate Renovate has earned a fine reputation for integrity and excellence since the duo combined their talents and established the business four years ago. The company is often called on to rectify inadequate work, or to take on challenging or difficult projects that have been turned down by other tradesmen. With Ron’s
extensive experience as a builder, both residential and commercial, they are on the tools as well as providing a full project management service. Whether providing rental maintenance for landlords; re-cladding a leaky home; bringing an old deck built in the ‘80s up to code; fitting double-glazed windows; or designing and installing a stylish new bathroom or kitchen, there isn’t anything
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WHAT NEXT FOR ARCHITECTURE? Cymon Allfrey
WHAT DOES THE FUTURE OF LIVING ENVIRONMENTS LOOK LIKE? ARCHITECT CYMON ALLFREY OFFERS HIS INSIGHT.
xploring the many varied opportunities that exist out there, TVNZâ€™s What Next? asked viewers across the nation questions to provoke thoughts on what opportunities and risks the future could bring. For me, in particular, it got me thinking about the possibilities and opportunities that exist within the way we live. Architecture is about embracing a solution to living while balancing social responsibility and environmental
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practices. Technology is then an addon to the process, there to assist our way of life. The way we currently practice suggests that technology and environmental outcomes are mutually exclusive, yet I believe they need to be considered together. Architecture so often has a focus on the past as we reflect on the positive outcomes that have been achieved before, rather than looking towards the future.
When I think about the opportunities that exist with architecture, technological advancement is the primary focus. We are already seeing how technology can make better decisions for us â€“ consider self-driving cars that understand physics in a better way than humble human beings. There is no stopping us achieving homes that operate in the same way. If we stop thinking about the environmental outcome and shift to a technology focus we will be able to
Architecture so often has a focus on the past as we reflect on the positive outcomes that have been achieved before, rather than looking towards the future. achieve homes that satisfy how we want to live. Essentially taking our homes from analogue to digital. We are already using technology in our living spaces to create warm, safe environments. Through the push of a button, remote from our homes, we can ventilate a space, turn a heat pump on, even have the entry lights illuminated before we drive up the drive. Perhaps we can embrace technology further, and shift the focus to achieving a considered design
that sees technology solve the problem, rather than simply assist with it. This shift in focus is about building on the technology we currently have; shifting the focus from a passive response, to an active response. Rather than waiting for you to turn on the heating or opt for ventilation, your home would carry out these necessary steps as the need arises. We also need to consider our current response to problems. Our focus on negative environmental impacts and
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our response is constrained by what we understand the problem to be today. For example, electricity; as the cost to use increases, we look for ways to reduce our use. However, with technology advancements around use and efficiencies to produce electricity ourselves, it may no longer be a concern. If we could produce all that we need through the intelligent fabric of our building, the cost of electricity would no longer be an issue. What Next? also asked; â€œcould a robot do my job?â€? Although the planning, geography of the site, location, occupant requirements and so forth are all data, and therefore can be processed and a formulaic response generated, what the robot canâ€™t do is abandon logic and explore other thinking, the irrational. All while respecting the environment. The experience of a space, the quirks and the charm that make it a whole, will only exist with the use of an architect or designer. Whilst architecture may evolve and adapt to the changing technological environment, the need for an architect or designer to ensure a bespoke result remains constant. Le Corbusier once commented that the home is a machine in which we live, perhaps the future will see the home as the device in which we live? www.caarc.co.nz
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n one recent example, the “wow factor” was also on order when the Director of Milestone Homes, Nigel Smith, needed the new Showhome at 154 Kittyhawke Avenue, Wigram to be landscaped. “We wanted something quirky - a bit different,” he says. “Priorities were eyecatching street appeal and for it to be an
extension of the home’s footprint - a good, solid outdoor-living space with minimal upkeep. Grant and Sally Stewart have been very good to work with over the last six years and what they provided was spot on.” Grant (based in North Canterbury) firstly created a 3D design and an expert
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horticulturalist from his specialist team selected the strategic plantings. A koru garden-art centre piece and artwork by horizontal timber privacy screens merge with grasses, natives, a contrasting red maple, rocks and river stones. Grant and his team hand-made the freestanding wooden bollards with bevelled detail for the frontage and backyard features, and edged the deck with comfortable seating. Clean lines of the house are softened by a pavingstoned path which meanders to a curved lawn that never needs mowing, but looks incredibly real. A home encompasses both building and its environment - and this example is a definite looker. “Everyone visiting the open homes so far has been very impressed.” Visit Stewart Contracting Canterbury Ltd at www.stewartcontracting.co.nz, or on Facebook.
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hile material items are not the key to unlocking a child’s potential, providing our lil’ ones with a stimulating environment that provides a safe zone for their intellectual and emotional development gets a big tick in the parenting-done-well box. Literature rich play spaces and those that encourage them to harness skills of organistion, being present and critical thinking while refining their fine motor skills, are a brilliant backdrop for helping children to thrive. As the author of Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll, once said: “Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality.”
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DOWN TO EARTH By Kate Pierson
The décor in our homes has come a long way since the primitive forms of expressions first adopted to shape our personal spaces.
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es, we’re no longer limited to hieroglyphic etchings like the Ancient Egyptians and we’re not starved for interior design options for our dwellings like our early European settler counterparts. We are like kids in a global décor candy store. Notwithstanding that fact, many of us gravitate towards a down to earth aesthetic; romanced by a natural colour palette, sustainable pieces, and rough finishes which lend themselves to a strategically ‘undone’ vibe, akin to the unkempt bedding look that continues to reign supreme. Think terracotta, rustic reds and burnt oranges with a hint of metallic glam thrown into the mix. It’s a match made in décor heaven. Thrift stores and vintage marketplaces are a veritable treasure trove of raw, natural beauties waiting to be discovered. With a focus on carefully curated texture, material and colour, an earthy vibe suits modern day hunter-gatherers who don’t mind getting their hands dirty while foraging for organic objects of desire. Think reclaimed wood; driftwood from the beach; plants – succulents or cuttings, and other gifts from Mother Nature. With the right combination of elements, your home will channel a pared back but powerful look that will stand the test of time. Metropol July 06, 2017 61
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fashionable and flexible addition to your abode, they provide a savvy solution to a deficit in seating when you’ve got a large number of guests to accommodate. The best part is that they can follow you around the house so you can perch or lay on them as you please. They’re a very chic companion. A stylish alternative to floor cushions and a sophisticated way to introduce layers; ensure your home is full of beans this winter.
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The big kids out there (that’s most of us really) will no doubt have a soft spot for the remake of Beauty & the Beast.
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n exercise in nostalgia, the contemporary take on this classic has inspired a renaissance of the very iconic collectibles that pay homage to key characters in the film. While we appreciate you may not want to deck out your kitchen in Disney décor, we tracked down a particularly adorable adaptation of this fairytale in the form of kitchen crockery. Channeling the ever lovable Mrs. Potts, this décor darling is a stylish showstopper and will bring a smile to everyone’s face.
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With temperatures barely above zero, it seems almost impossible to imagine summer and introducing some new décor inspiration to our balconies or outdoor areas, but hibernation mode provides the perfect opportunity for creative thinking.
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ith apartment style living so in vogue, looking at how we can maximise the outdoor real estate we have is pertinent. Urban balconies are the new ‘it’ kid on the residential block with a number of possibilities for introducing eye-catching and space-enriching accents. Pots, water features, feature walls and planter boxes are all capable of transforming your outdoor space with custom-built options meeting unique requirements. Many of these assets are light and easy to move around meaning they can serve a purpose in any new environment you relocate to.
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Oamaru StoneSculpture, ‘Soul Mates’ By Ruth Killoran, Height 660mm See it at Windsor Gallery 386 St Asaph Street. Brighten up your winter with this fun knitwear from The Ivy
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INTERNATIONAL INSPIRATION COMES TO CHRISTCHURCH
The metamorphosis of interior design has blessed modern consumers with a plethora of choice characterised by innovation and inspiration. Today’s homeowner can have a bespoke abode that personifies their personal style.
ew businesses know and embrace this reality better than Live House Design Studio. Employing a ‘nothing is impossible’ philosophy the expert tile company is at the forefront of its industry, and its contemporary, tactile showroom is emblematic of this fact. Located at 1/201 Opawa Road Christchurch, the dynamic duo of Remi Golebiowski and Izabela Wojcik have brought their immense and impressive knowledge from Europe, and generously invested it in the New Zealand market. An importer of European products for interior and exterior fit-outs and an official representative of Polish factories, the business has a unique competitive edge.
A wholesale and retail arm to Live House gives both businesses and homeowners’ equal opportunity to access world-class options. From ceramic and porcelain tiles for multiple applications – think everything from splashbacks and wall decorations through to traditional flooring – right through to GRC concrete and timber flooring; the inspiring collections appeal to every style. Remi and Izabela love to offer a supportive, insightful service and will guide any client through the selection process from concept creation through to installation. Visit www.livehouse.nz for more information.
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EXQUISITE FINERY COMES TO CORSO MERIVALE On Thursday 15 June, the already beautiful range at Corso Merivale welcomed a new addition â€“ Nodi Handmade Rugs.
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THE LEGEND LIVES ON By Ben Selby
It’s hard to believe the world’s oldest motorcycle manufacturer, Royal Enfield, is still alive and kicking after 115 years. Their Bullet 350 was to India, what a Harley Davidson is to America… legendary. Even today, riders continue to ride their bulletproof Bullets across mountain passes and scorching desserts.
ow, the all-new learner approved Royal Enfield Himalayan, is set to add a whole new generation to the Enfield faithful. It’s for riders who want an honest, purpose-built adventure bike to take on the Himalayas for real, hence the name. Grunt comes from a carburetted 411cc single cylinder four-stroke engine, mated to a five speed box. Power might only be 18kW, but a longer stroke means more torque at low rpm. A gear position indicator, fuel gauge, electric start and trip meter come as standard and the simple
white on black speedometer and rev counter are easy to read. Other standard equipment includes a centre stand and compass, giving hints at the Himalayan’s adventurous intentions. Riding position is very good thanks to a low seat height with good peg and handlebar placement. On the move, throttle response is brisk but not rapid by any means. It tends to run out of puff at 5,000rpm, but the extra torque low down more than makes up for it. Back off and you get a nice burble from the upswept exhaust too. The fly screen
works wonders on long journeys and the lack of vibration is a welcome change from Enfields of old. Leave the smooth asphalt and onto dirt back roads and the Himalayan is very capable. Thanks to a considerable 220 mm of ground clearance, 21 inch front wheel and monoshock rear suspension, muddy trails and gravel roads are devoured with considerable ease. Neutral handling gives you the confidence to push harder, and the 15 litre fuel tank ensures you won’t be starved of juice on long trips. Available in either white (snow) or black (granite), the Royal Enfield Himalayan is a great adventure all rounder for learners or seasoned pros. With prices starting at $6,990 plus ORC it’s astonishingly good value and the best all round Royal Enfield yet. Metropol July 06, 2017 67
HIGH CLASS PERFORMANCE IN COMPACT FORM Mercedes-Benz will build on the success of its compact SUV, the GLA, by introducing a powerful new design idiom and a range of interior and exterior upgrades and enhancements.
By Nicholas Henare
’ve been lucky to have interacted a lot with Mercedes and the GLA is fantastic. So how can they make it better? First launched in 2013, the GLA has been a model of success in a segment it has shaped and redefined. As the first compact SUV from Mercedes-Benz, the facelift lends the GLA a more powerful appearance and even greater character, led by an aggressively modified radiator grille and revised front and rear bumpers. Generous use of silver chrome for numerous controls and attractive new trim elements add a sense of high-class appeal.
GENEROUS USE OF SILVER CHROME FOR NUMEROUS CONTROLS AND ATTRACTIVE NEW TRIM ELEMENTS ADD A SENSE OF HIGH-CLASS APPEAL.
New standard equipment includes high-performance LED headlamps available across the range, while hands-free access – which for the first time includes keyless access to the boot via a swipe of the foot under the rear bumper – is standard on all models except the GLA 180. The GLA for the first time has a
360° camera, which allows occupants to view a bird’seye image of the vehicle on the media display during parking and manoeuvring. How this works fascinated my sons. To be honest, I had a hard time figuring it out too. “It looks cool, Dad”. Yes it does sons, yes it does.
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REVVING UP THE
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We are still in the thick of winter, but all over Christchurch, motorcyclists are braving the sub-Antarctic temperatures, to experience the joyful sensation, that only their iron horses will provide.
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ne business that knows about the local motorcycle scene better than almost anyone is Christchurch Motorcycles Limited. Owner and founder Lindsay Williamson lives and breathes the entire industry and sees himself leading an important charge – challenging what he believes are astronomical safety levies launched by ACC six years ago. Judging by the ongoing media coverage, it’s a sentiment that resonates with many enthusiasts in the industry. Lindsay is advocating for significant change and shares the views of other critics that the bureaucratic constraints hitting motorcyclists in the pocket are unjust. Impassioned rhetoric about this very subject is ubiquitous, offered by hobbyists and political figureheads alike, and Lindsay continues to passionately lend his voice to the opposition. A key criticism raised is how ineffectual the safety centric levy has actually been with arguments proffered that collected monies are in fact being squandered. Lindsay says he refuses to turn a blind eye to what he feels is blatant prejudice against his life-long hobby and area of expertise and he is restless in his determination to see an overhaul of the system. For more information about Christchurch’s oldest motorcycle specialist and its imports, sales and parts, contact Lindsay on 027 438 6935.
THE TEMPTRESS By Nicholas Henare
My first foray into BMW was an old 1970s 2500. It was built like a tank and just as costly on petrol and parts to run.
t was a behemoth of a vehicle in which you could lie sideways in the back seat almost fully stretched out. I got that because I couldn’t afford the dream of a 1970 CSi Coupe, which stood at the top of my list. A small list, actually; the MGBGT, the Triumph Spitfire, the BMW 8 series Coupe and the BMW CSi. The BMW CSi Coupe straight-6, described as ‘the Gentleman’s Coupe’ with fantastic handling, beautiful lines, and the power to boot, is a classic.
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Cnr Main South Rd and Epsom Rd, Sockburn | CHRISTCHURCH | 03 348 4129 or 0800 655 551 Rangiora Service Centre | 78 Ivory St | 03 313 7059 | avoncityford.co.nz
123 Sample Road | SAMPLEVILLE | P 01 234 5678 | anywhereford.co.nz
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1. Only available on Trend and Titanium models.
123 Sample Road | SAMPLEVILLE
A friend of mine owned one and I wanted it… bad. Kind of ‘the girlfriend your mate goes out with so you know you can’t have her’ scenario. Then I get an email from BMW last month. What is the gorgeous silhouette they tease me with? It’s the CSi’s younger, much younger, sister - the BMW 2018, 8 Series Coupe. My tastes have grown over the years and my requirements on the tick sheet have too, so when the Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Harald Krüger, announced the arrival of a new concept car, I began to salivate just a little. The BMW Group presented a design study at this year’s Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este on 26 May, which provided an exclusive look ahead to the BMW 8 Series Coupe for 2018. They said: “The concept car embodies uncompromising dynamics and contemporary luxury – the essence of a modern BMW coupe.” Oh, you temptress. “The BMW 8 Series Coupe will build on our tradition of luxurious sports coupes and add a genuine dream car to our line-up – a slice of pure automotive fascination,” said Krüger, looking ahead to the new model. “The 8 Series Coupe will underpin our claim to leadership in the luxury segment. I can tell you today that this will be a true luxury sports coupe.” So now we wait for what hopes to be a new dream car with all the requirements that a modern driver requires. Will it have the desire of my youth when the veil is lifted? One can only wonder. But the anticipation is half the fun…isn’t it?
“THE CONCEPT CAR EMBODIES UNCOMPROMISING DYNAMICS AND CONTEMPORARY LUXURY – THE ESSENCE OF A MODERN BMW COUPE.”
NOW $179,995 2017 Audi SQ7 4.0 TDI Bi-Turbo Quattro
2014 Aston Martin Vantage 6.0 V12 S
2011 Mercedes Benz SLK 200 AMG
As new only 700 demo kms, Upgraded 565 Bhp 6.0 V12 S engine, Gen 3-7 Speed Sportshift, Onyx Black with Obsidian Black Leather and S Yellow Interior/Seat detailing, Alcantra Sports Steering Wheel, 19 inch Sports Alloys, Yellow Brake Calipers, CD/Stereo/Bluetooth Phone with 700W Premium sound package, Sports Exhausts etc. One of a kind car, a pure sports car!
AMG Package Convertible, New Shape, Only 6,000kms!, Full electric fold-away Hardtop roof, AMG Sports Bodykit/Sports Alloys/Sports Interior etc, Heating/Electric function, Headscarf neck heater, 1.8 Turbocharged performance and economy, CD/ Stereo/Bluetooth/AUX, Full Electrics etc. Get set for Summer now!
New car, Black Design Package with Black Roof rails, Black Grills, Window surrounds. An unbelievable 900 NM of torque!, Heated Seats, 21 inch Twin Spoke Titanium Sports Alloys, Carbon Atlas inlays, Red Brake Calipers, Electric Towbar, MMI CD/Stereo/ Bluetooth with Virtual cluster, 7 Seats etc. Save on new price in the best colour!
2014 Land Rover Discovery 4 HSE 3.0 SDV6
2015 Mercedes Benz GLA 45 AMG 4Matic 4WD,
2008 Maserati GranTurismo 4.2 V8 Coupe
Expedition Package 8 Speed, Warn Winch, Rear Ladder, Spotlights, Raised Air intake/Snorkel, 20 inch Black HSE Hyper Alloys, Heated Front and Rear Seats, 7 Seats, Push Button Start, Black Side Grills and Wingmirrors, Heated Steering Wheel, Triple Glass Sunroofs, NZ Navi/ Bluetooth Streaming etc. Luxury and Practicality combined!
Just 6,000kms!, Glass Panoramic Roof, Red Brake Calipers, Heated/Memory Seats, LED Lighting, 2.0 Turbo generating 265KW, AMG Leather with Red detailing, Bluetooth Streaming/ Phone/NAV, Distronic Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Reverse Camera. A great looking and practical fun car!
Stunning Italian 4 Seat Supercar Coupe with an engine note to die for!, Only 59,000kms. 20 inch factory Birdcage Sports Alloys in Grey, Rare Red Leather trim detailing, Electric Seats, Paddleshift, CD/Stereo/NZ Navigation, Dual Exhausts, Full Electrics etc. Over $200k new, just compare this price!
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Did Karl Benz ever imagine that, more than a hundred and thirty years after he invented the automobile, cars still bearing his name would be driving and parking themselves?
or a century or more, car manufacturers Mercedes-Benz, Audi, and BMW have been at the cutting edge of technological advancements, bringing drivers greater luxury and safer driving experiences, and, to the world,
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innovative vehicle design. â€œTechnology is advancing faster than anyone can actually keep up,â€? says Kevin Burt of Kevin Burt Limited. However, if anyone is staying on top of developments it is Kevin and his team of specialist
technicians, who service and repair all models of Mercedes-Benz, Audi, and BMW. For over 40 years, Kevin and his wife, Maxine, have owned and operated their independent garage in the central city. From regular servicing to complex diagnostics and repairs, the team at Kevin Burt Ltd has a wealth of knowledge and experience. The business is also helping to train the next generation of mechanics. With winter here, now is a good time to get your Mercedes, Audi or BMW serviced and winterised. In cold, rainy weather, it is important to make sure lights are working properly, tyres and brakes are at optimal requirements, and even things such as wiper blades are up to the task in those heavy downpours. Call into 324 St. Asaph Street for a free battery check, whether you have a classic or late model Mercedes, Audi or BMW. Kevin Burt Ltd has all the correct oils and parts. Kevin and his team understand these cars. They own and drive them, and they have spent many years learning and honing the skills required to care for them.
A HOME OF DISTINCTION Prestigiously positioned to amplify the finest of Queenstownâ€™s lake and mountain views, this spectacular home is very special. -SEE PAGE 74
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A home of distinction
Prestigiously positioned to amplify the finest of Queenstown’s lake and mountain views, this spectacular home is very special. As magnificent as its surrounds and outlooks, the Mediterranean-inspired residence stretches across three levels and 350sqm of interior space. The gated entrance sets a scene of grandeur, with a tour of the gardens welcoming guests to many different outdoor living areas to capture the sun. Pale yet warm interior tones create a welcoming ambience throughout. Plush carpets, a high-specification kitchen and solid timber window shutters are opulent touches so suited to the style of the home. Mid-level kitchen, dining and lounge with vast deck ascend up a graceful sweeping staircase to a splendid top-level master suite with private balcony and tiled bathroom. The lower levels showcase an oversize double garage, generous home theatre and a games room with full ensuite and exterior access, adding potential for a live-in relative or boarder with their own private space. Float above the lake in this incredible elevated position with its protected panoramas, superb indoor-outdoor flow and truly elegant decor. • Impressive proportions throughout • Multiple heat pumps for easy warmth • East to west outlooks from this dress-circle location 11 Star Lane, Queenstown Hill, Queenstown
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Brendan Quill: 021 416 785
hoamz Ltd, Licensed Real Estate Agent (REAA 2008)
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Immerse yourself in the Freshwater experience by securing this multi-level Penthouse with two-key configuration providing flexibility of use. Originally released as off-plan opportunities in late 2015, all 16 units soon sold out. Positioned on prestigious Queenstown Hill, construction is now underway on this luxury complex showcasing superb views and elegant design - be the first to occupy this dream apartment. Spread over three levels including a top level master suite with balcony spa, every comfort is catered to with direct lift access, generous floor areas and chef’s kitchens including marble benchtops. Essentially two apartments are laid out as a three bedroom, two bathroom sub-apartment over one level and a two bedroom, two bathroom sub-apartment over the two additional levels, each with its own living area, kitchen and balcony. Each unit has separate external access through a covered stairway but are connected internally via the lift. Total apartment area of 243.8 sqm comprises 149.8 sqm floor, 61.3 sqm decking, 30.1 sqm internal parking and 2.6 sqm storage cupboard. • Luxurious five bedroom, four bathroom split level apartment with 2-key configuration offering flexible usage • Internal lift, covered basement carparking and shared swimming pool • Superb position displaying quintessential Queenstown views • Under construction, estimated completion September 2018 13 Freshwater, 9 Hallenstein Street, Queenstown
20 Shotover Street, Queenstown
Rowan McDonald: 021 222 6314
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Explore North America with Globus. 2018 Air Credit offer.
Western Canada Explorer
To/from Vancouver – 17 days
To/from Los Angeles – 15 days
Share twin. Flights are additional NEW FOR 2018!
Glacier Bay National Park
Share twin. Flights are additional
Add on 7-night Holland America Alaska Cruise
Based on 10 May 2018 departure
Local Favourites: • Western ranch BBQJuneau dinner in Banff ALASKA Tracy Arm National Park • Scenic wildlife safari in Blue River Pacific Ocean • Regional Salmon BBQ in Lillooet Ketchikan BONUS GET $2,000 AIR CREDIT PER COUPLE
Set departures 14 May – 24 Sept 2018
Local Favourites: • Guided tour of the Mob Museum in Las Vegas • Visit San Francisco’s Japanese Tea Garden • Enjoy a local Solvang specialty • Go Parks! Tour - For every traveller on this tour, Globus make a contribution to the Wildland Firefighter foundation BONUS GET $1,600 AIR CREDIT PER COUPLE
Jasper National Park
Blue River Kamloops
Whistler Vancouver Island
1 Lake Louise
Banff National Park
Yosemite National Park
1 Mammoth Lakes
Las Vegas 2
Santa Barbara 1 1 Los Angeles
2 National Park
ARIZONA 1 Scottsdale
The best holidays are created together. HOT.CO.NZ BARRINGTON 331 7182 I FERRYMEAD 376 4022 I HIGH ST LANES 339 3440 I HORNBY 344 3070 I MERIVALE 355 2200 NORTHLANDS 352 4578 I ON VICTORIA 365 7687 I RANGIORA 313 0288 I RICCARTON 341 3900 I SHIRLEY 385 0710 UPPER RICCARTON 343 0869 CONDITIONS: Valid for new bookings until 12 Aug 2018 or until sold out. Subject to availability at time of reservation. Book a 2018 Globus North America or South America tour and receive an Air Credit to use towards an airfare of your choice. Air Credit value will range from $400 - $1000 per person and is based on the duration of the core-tour (excluding flights) not including extensions or extra night accommodation. Air Credit applies once only per passenger based on the duration of the longest tour booked (multiple tour bookings will not qualify for multiple Air Credits). To secure offer a non-refundable, non-transferable $250 per person/per tour deposit must be received within 7 days of booking (or by 12/08/17; whichever comes first). The Air Credit will be processed as a discount off the booking invoice at time of reservation. Should you cancel or change your tour, this Air Credit becomes null and void and the full cost of any airfare purchased or any associated change fees will be your responsibility. The Air Credit is 100% non-refundable and non-transferable under all circumstances and is handled as a discount off the tour portion. Offers may not be combined or used in conjunction with any other special promotion or discount except the 5% Repeat Travellers discount (standard Journeys Club discount conditions apply). Air Credit offer valid for Singles (single supplement applies). Air Credit offer not valid for Groups. Offers can be withdrawn or amended at any time. Additional restrictions may apply. Full Globus 2018 terms & conditions apply, please ensure you read these prior to booking - see the 2018 Globus brochures or visit globustours.co.nz. Amendment fees apply • For full details, terms & conditions please ask your House of Travel consultant
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