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Pantone is the international colour authority and each year they announce the colour/s that reflect consumers' moods. They say that currently consumers are seeking mindfulness and wellbeing as an antidote to modern-day stresses and a yearning for reassurance and security. Pantone has this to say about the 2016 colours: "Rose Quartz is a warm rose tone that conveys compassion and a sense of composure. It reminds us to reflect on our surroundings. Serenity comforts with a cooler tranquil blue that has a calming effect, bringing a feeling of respite even in turbulent times." I was travelling home from the beach one evening and saw these colours blended in the sky just above Mawson Lakes, so decided to feature them throughout the magazine for your enjoyment. I hope they bring you a sense of peace and calm as you read these pages.

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School holidays are fast approaching so MLL has prepared a double page spread with local activities to help keep the kids happy.



In this issue we have used a photograph of the Mawson Lakes lamp posts as our cover and presented the image against Pantone's Colours of the Year - rose quartz and serenity.


Our streetscape is enhanced by these tall, elegant, architectural posts that surround the rail interchange, grace the Mawson Lakes Boulevard and stretch into the streets.

Mother’s Day is coming up next month and MLL has sourced some great deals, including a FREE Mother’s Day lunch at one of our restaurants (see page 8). If you’d like to be in the Mother’s Day issue let me know this week in order to make the booking deadline.

Look Up! Have you ever stopped to admire the graceful street lights in Mawson Lakes.

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Community Conversations

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Fixed dates for Easter In your editorial in MLL/March you asked why we cannot have a fixed date for Easter. It would make things much easier to plan. A fixed date for Easter is the subject of landmark reforms being considered by world church leaders. The trouble is getting all churches to agree. The Vatican proposed a fixed date in 1990 but failed to gain global agreement. They are still working on it, but don’t expect anything to happen anytime soon! - Shazza Bentley Keep Australia the way it is I'm in favour of keeping the Australian political system the way it is with the reigning monarch as the Head of State. As far as I see it, the British Royal Family costs Australia nothing to maintain, they do not interfere with us but they strengthen our connections with other Commonwealth countries. These connections facilitate trade, tourism and international relations. Royalty visits us from time to time and adds significant colour and delight to our calendar. They represent international goodwill and democratic stability, and by virtue of her post, the Queen is incorruptible. Compare this with the instability of Australia's back-stabbing political parliament - four prime ministers in five years. Why abolish our British connections and go it alone down here in Australia. And, on a practical note, think of what an Australian President would cost us - salary and pension, a huge house, staff salaries, entertainment for grand occasions, and travel expenses. I shudder to think of it. - Betty Butler, Shoalhaven Dogs Day Out call for help After four successful years, Dogs Day Out is taking a rest in 2016. The event has grown in size, attendance and popularity to the point where it takes a huge amount of organising. We have generous sponsors who have been with us from the start and make the event possible financially, however, each year we have to look for donations for prizes, doggy bags, raffles etc. Then there are the stall holders to enlist, the advertising, the demonstrations to organise, and a multitude of other tasks. It’s a lot of work for a small group of


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Legal Eagle’s Swan Song My sincerest thanks to MLL for helping turn a fledging business into a busy thriving legal firm in Mawson Lakes. I must regretfully confess that my life is now so busy I find it increasingly difficult to meet the monthly deadlines to write my 'Legal Eagle' column for the magazine. I’ve always thought I’d like to run a newspaper but now I realise that reallife magazine editors face the constant pressure of publication deadlines. Somehow that wasn’t in my dreams. Linda, you are a driving force in our community and it has been a personal delight to work with you over the last three years. Perhaps I will write a letter to the editor from time to time. - Bill Morris, Northside Lawyers dedicated volunteers and as fast as one event is over we seem to be working on the next one. We are now down to a team of just 2 on the planning committee and so this year we are taking a break. To run again in 2017 we need more people on our planning committee to share the workload. If you are disappointed that DDO is not taking place this year and you would like to be a part of the next event why not join us on the 2017 committee! We have a lot of fun. You can contact us by email: Fun with words I've enjoyed following the language comments in recent issues of MLL. Here’s another quip to keep the language thing going. Police officer to dog owner: You are charged with having your dog chase a man on a bicycle. Owner: That’s crazy - my dog doesn’t even know how to ride a bicycle. - Brad Phillips

Cuts to Australia Post I agree with Ginny's comments about Australia Post's amazing strategy for a failing business to cuts services and increase costs (MLL/ Feb). The only thing that should be cut is the exorbitant salary of the CEO. - Robert Eidenhart The Nuclear State So Ministers and Mayors read MLL (March), well I hope they read my letter because we want a say on whether SA will be a nuclear dump. Nuclear waste disposal may pour $$$ into government coffers and offer jobs in the short term, but at what cost. SA will be identified as the world’s biggest dumping ground for the most dangerous stuff on earth that nobody else wants. What damage will it do to our present clean, green, healthy, sporty image. Who would want to visit the Nuclear State? - Jill Messiah

Mobile phone warning Driving home the other night we saw a university student being mugged on the rail bridge by 2 thieves who were after his mobile phone. We were able to assist the victim who was very shaken up, and call the police. Other mobile phones have been stolen in our area so please be careful when using your phone and do not leave it in your car - Karen, The Cascades. Parking Problems As soon as uni goes back, parking is impossible in ML. Students show little regard for residents and park across driveways, in shopping spots, at the community centre and the library. Who can we contact about this problem? Ed: Contact Campus Facilities Manager David Varga on 0466 478 418 or

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Newspapers I am fed up with Adelaide’s newspapers. Cover stories are so full of sporting junk that we now call it the 'sports news'. Day after day in February the paper pushed kids books at us in a wave of self-interested reading promotion because if reading standards fall, interest in reading news sites will decline. And the information in the national paper is repeated in the local papers so we are served the same dish over and over. No wonder local newspapers sit rotting on the verge and the national paper is losing subscribers. Thank heavens for Mawson Lakes Living - what an intelligent contrast. Appreciated that story on Codan (MLL/March). I wondered what was happening on that corner. - Kiel Sarandon

There are a lot of single seniors in Mawson Lakes who would like the companionship of the opposite sex. I’m one of them, but making connections is not easy. Through its huge local network, could MLL be of help? I’m willing to start the ball rolling. I’m a fit and independent lady in my 60s who likes going for drives, dining in or out, attending events, and walking my dog. If you would like to contact me call Julie on 0417 840 641.

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New faces in Mawson Lakes by Necia Stanford

YoungHo Lee has come to Mawson Lakes on a two-year sabbatical from Mokpo National University. He is working with Professor Mark Billinghurst in the new Empathic Computing Lab at the UniSA Mawson Lakes campus. Their research uses Augmented Reality to improve remote collaboration, or in other words they are finding ways to add computer-generated information (video, graphics, sounds) to

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Measuring Population Growth In February, Australia’s population reached 24 million. In Adelaide the population is growing at a rate of 1.2 per cent per year which is slow compared to other capital cities, but in Mawson Lakes the population is growing at a much higher rate than the average, according to the last census that was taken in 2011. It will be interesting to see what the next census in 2016 will tell us about the demographics of Mawson Lakes. The next national census will be held this year on August 9. It is conducted every 5 years, and for the first time ever, it’s going digital. This year we will be able to complete the survey on a mobile phone, an iPad, or any other electronic device. The paper option will still be available for those who are not able to fill it out online. 6

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the real world that we see in order to simplify understanding between people, especially at a long distance. Youngho is working on an experiment that can measure the vital signs – heartrate, blood pressure, temperature – of people you are talking to in a video conference, with their permission, of course, and display it on your computer screen so you know how they are feeling during the call. Sharing emotions in this way could help colleagues understand each other better, especially when doing joint tasks that are stressful or when having important discussions. Youngho is here with his wife, Hyoyoung, and their five-year old daughter. Youngho’s niece, nephew, and mother-in-law have also come along, and they are all are enjoying the more relaxed pace of life in Australia and the beauty of Mawson Lakes. They can be seen walking along the lakes, enjoying the vibrant evening skies and the amazing birdlife. Their first impressions of Mawson Lakes – it’s very hot, people are really friendly, and there are lots of ants. For more information about the research undertaken at the Empathic Computing Lab see YEAR 1983 2003 2016

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New Business - Migo's BBQ Inn A party of people were celebrating a birthday with a crackling pig on the spit when I visited the new restaurant in The Cascade. Migo and Anela who live in Mawson Lakes opened the business in February on the ground level of the Parade Apartments, just off Elder Smith Road. Migo comes originally from Serbia and has been cooking for 12 years and loves it. "It’s the best job I’ve ever had," he said as he turned the pig over the hot coals. "I was up this morning at 6am to prepare the beast." He cooked it to succulent perfection over 4 hours and then served it with a salad and bread roll. "We will do a pig or lamb for a minimum group of 10 and it makes an unusual focal point for a party," he said. The spacious restaurant can seat a large crowd or a meeting and Migo and Anela pride themselves on the quality of their meat. The MLL team had a meeting at Migo’s with a lunch of stuffed mushrooms and chicken wings. The food was excellent and we loved the warm hospitality and generosity of this engaging husband and wife team.

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Home Loan Help with Joe Vancura When is the right time to refinance? Situations change, and your finances do too. Something that once suited you – be it an item of clothing, a job or a relationship – may become a poor fit as circumstances change. The same principle of change applies to your home loan – a mortgage that once suited your lifestyle and income may no longer be a great match as time goes by. Personal changes like a new career, redundancy or the breakdown of a relationship can swiftly alter your financial position, as can external factors such as interest rate changes. There’s no need to sell your assets when faced with such circumstances: refinancing a mortgage or loan can alleviate much of the strain that the unexpected can bring. Refinancing a loan which no longer suits your lifestyle has multiple benefits: these include accessing lower interest rates and benefiting from less expensive monthly repayments, consolidating your debts into one lump sum and even freeing up equity for big ticket purchases such as a car or investment property. Naturally, refinancing is best done in collaboration with a broker who understands your position; presenting you with an array of loans from various banking institutions which best suits your goals and lifestyle. Let’s talk!

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Regional dialects Is it cossie or bathers? It was a hot day so we decided to head to the beach and I said to my friend, "I’ll grab my cossie." "What's a cossie," he said? "My swimmers, my togs," I replied. "Oh, you mean your bathers? In Adelaide we call them bathers," he explained. Being a Sydney girl I used the Sydney word for swimwear, but now in Adelaide I try to remember to call them bathers. This conversation made me aware of regional dialects and this drew my attention to a study by a group of linguists who are looking at regional differences in the Australian language. Dr Kingstone, a Californian studying at the Australian National University is conducting a nationwide survey to determine if Australians observe regional dialects. She is examining if people in rural areas sound different from those living in cities and if people in different parts, such as Queensland, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia sound different from each other.

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She has observed that many Aussies recognise different words for the same thing and our lingo can tell where we are from. According to the study, we also use different regional pronunciations, for example, "dance" and "school". Here are a couple of examples: When you eat cold meat in a sandwich is it devon (NSW) luncheon (Victoria) or fritz (SA). Dressed in my "bathers" I went into a fish shop and asked for "potato scallops" only to be told that in SA they are called "potato cakes". And at the footy do you buy a frankfurt, cheerio, little boy or footy frank? In NSW a digging pick is a mattock and in SA the same tool is a grubber. To learn more go to ozenglishstudy. Ed

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While the crowds were at the Garden of Unearthy Delights for the Adelaide Fringe Festival, two residents staged their own garden performance and invited neighbours, friends and pets.

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Business in Mawson Lakes Working from a home studio Ever since she was a girl Carla has loved to sing, so turning her garage in The Cascades into a professional music studio where she can teach singing and make sound recordings is a dream come true. Carla has lived in Mawson Lakes for 8 years. She used to work as a vocal coach in the front room of her house, but this year she has expanded her home-based business by engaging two more singing teachers and building a soundproof, air conditioned studio with 2 music rooms, a recording suite and a waiting room. Jordie Russo (11) has a singing lesson with Carla once a week and puts singing as top of her list of careers. "Carla is my inspiration. She plays in a band and does lots of gigs and that’s what I want to do." Carla says that working from home is a Vocal coach Carla Tsimopoulos (seated) with teachers Katie Pomery perfect way to combine her business with her and Chelsea Dossett and student Jordie. Not all blinds are the same... Not all blinds are the same... family. "Most ofmanufacturers my work is done after hours Not all blind are the same Notwhen all my blind manufacturers are the same clients finish school or work, so being flexibility to juggle a busy life, without having to home-based at this stage of my life gives me travel." See ad below.

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Property Tips with Ben Frank What is Negative Gearing? Negative gearing is a term used to describe borrowing money to buy an investment asset (most commonly a rental property) when the outgoing expenses (interest and maintenance) are more than the incomings (rental earnings). These losses can be written off against other sources of taxable income during the year. Negative gearing can apply to any business, not just residential property investment. After several years it is expected that the investment will become profitable and negative gearing is a way to ease the burden of establishing oneself in the market. Properties do not remain negatively geared forever, over time the rent increases and the owner pays down their mortgage – eventually the income is greater than the expenses and the property becomes positively geared. This income is taxable at the owner’s personal tax rate. If the owner holds the property for the long term it should provide them with a steady and sustainable income when they retire and so reduce their reliance on government pensions. Negative gearing has been blamed for driving property prices up. The theory goes it encourages investors into the market and that in turn pushes home owners out. In contrast, property prices are actually set by emotional owner occupier buyers, not by investors who look for affordability. The property sector is one of the largest sources of revenue for the South Australian Government, namely through property taxes and stamp duty. If negative gearing was abolished it may cause a decrease in activity as investors make fewer purchases, and therefore lead to a drop in state government revenue, possibly leading to increases in other taxes. This is not the first time negative gearing has been debated. It was abolished in 1985 only to be reinstated in 1987 when the government realized that by making property investment undesirable they caused a drop in availability of housing for people who could not afford or did not desire to own their own home, and the need for government housing sharply increased. To discuss further contact Ben on 0403 195 339


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How do we treat it? When treating heel pain in children an accurate diagnosis is vital. Once Severs Disease has been diagnosed we treat it with a combination of ice, stretching, footwear education, footwear modifications, and foot orthoses if required, to address any underlying mechanical issues. It is important not to ignore heel pain in children as early diagnosis and treatment can reduce the severity and duration of the discomfort. It is also essential to seek help to minimise the need to withdraw from activity due to pain. We specialise in kids' feet at Mawson Lakes Podiatry Clinic. Call for an appointment.


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April School Holidays

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Spend time outdoors Play Ingress Get out and about and discover all the portals in Mawson Lakes. See page 18 for more information. Try Rowing The Mawson Boat Club has more than 20 boats available for use. If you have not rowed before, the club offers 'Learn To Row' courses. Contact Coach Jerry Elder 0419 854 371 or Explore the Playgrounds of Mawson Lakes Download our FREE e-book, Parks and Playgrounds from Install on a portable device or print it out and go exploring your neighbourhood. You might discover a new favourite play space this school holidays. Fantastic Family Entertainment at Globe Derby Park Experience harness racing at the Lakeside Nissan Cup, Saturday 16 April from 6pm. Free entry, rides, face painting, cooking displays, live performances and more. See ad page 32.

Learn something new Singing Lessons with Carla Book for Carla Waye Voice Studio's singing and songwriting workshop or sign up for your FREE one on one trial singing lesson. See article and advertisement page 11. Email or phone 0418 828 859 Piano lessons with Sam Day and evening classes are available for children over 6 years. See ad page 13. Call Sam on 0419 817 991, email or find her on Facebook. Driving lessons with Aussie Driving Academy Mawson Lakes residents receive a 10% discount! See ad page 20. or phone 0421 784 392


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Look after yourself Holiday time is a good opportunity to schedule children's medical appointments without having to take time out of school. Book in at the local doctor, the dentist or the podiatrist. Mawson Lakes Podiatry, see column and advertisement on page 13. Specialist Centre, Level 1, 1 Main Street. Phone 8262 9999 EBM Medical Centre, see advertisement on page 14 Shop 1, 3 Coventry Street Mawson Lakes. Phone 8258 1115 or email Dental on Metro, see advertisement on page 15 27-29 Metro Parade Mawson Lakes, Phone 8260 1007 Mawson Lakes Medical Centre and skin cancer clinic, see advertisement page 21 12 Main Street Mawson Lakes, Phone 8359 5133

Eat out with family and friends Enjoy a FREE Mango Lassi at Dosa Plaza Delicious food and a FREE Mango Lassi. Cut out the voucher on page 27 and take it to Dosa Plaza. Parade Apartments, 51 Victoria Parade. Phone 8250 033 Order a burger at Migo's BBQ Inn If you like burgers go to Migo's! Also try the succulent chicken wings and the stuffed mushrooms, or maybe a steak. Children's options include favourites such as chicken nuggets, wedges and chips, pizzas, sausages and more. See advertisement on page 8. 1/51 Victoria Parade. Call in to On The Run just opened at Mawson Lakes Stop in at Opporto in the new OTR Mawson Lakes and grab a huge $10 lunch! See ad page 2. 7-9 Central Link, Mawson Lakes, Take a photo with MLL on your holiday outings and send to us for possible publication. Please mention Mawson Lakes Living when responding to ads


Holiday Puzzles and Activities

Make a pinecone bird feeder

You will need: pinecone/s peanut butter bird seed sturdy string paper plate

Use string to tie a knot around the top of your pinecone leaving up to a metre of extra length for hanging. Scoop peanut butter all over your pinecone. Make sure to get a good thick layer of coverage. Pour bird seed onto paper plate and roll your pinecone over the seed until it is completely covered. Refrigerate for an hour, then hang on a branch and see who comes to visit!

Ingress - Google's Real-World Smart Phone Game in ML Ingress is a multi-player real-world augmented reality game, which means it is installed on your phone, but gameplay takes place in the real world, powered by your device's GPS. The game has a complex science fiction back story, which is not necessary for playing and enjoying the game but is part of the appeal for many of its seven million plus players around the globe. Most of the action takes place at "portals," which are disguised as everyday objects and usually found at places of human creativity or cultural significance that draw people together. You’ll find portals at museums, historic landmarks, parks and public spaces, and other places of interest. Ingress has featured the purple bicycle on the fence of the MLL building as 'Blooming Bike' and used it as one of many local portal keys (see illustration) . Ingress is GPS-based. As you physically approach portals, you can use your "scanner" (phone) to "hack" them and earn points and awards. Ingress encourages you to get out and explore your community. In order to play, you have to be physically present at portal locations in the real world. How many Ingress portals can YOU find in Mawson Lakes this school holidays? Lamp Post puzzle Go back through the magazine and count the number of lamp posts like this one (including this one!) you can see hiding on the internal pages. Answer page 30. 18

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The safest times to drive. . . or not drive The most dangerous day of the week to be on the roads is Friday, according to statistics from South Australia’s Royal Automobile Association. And during the week the most likely time for a prang is between 3pm and 5pm. RAA crash data analysis shows that most accidents occurred in peak hour when people

knocked off work, but the earlier times are associated with more parents driving children to and from school and to afternoon activities. When drivers were questioned about a prang, 59 per cent said that carelessness was the biggest contributing factor to their crash, and 29 per cent said distraction. Parents said that children in the car are a big distraction and 27 per cent cited this as a cause of distracted driving. This was followed by the use of mobile phones. Rear-end collisions are the most common form of accidents accounting for more than 40 percent of accidents. RAA advises parents to concentrate on their driving when kids are in the car and not turn their attention away from the road for even a second, as accidents can change lives. You cannot go back and undo an accident or tragedy.

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Mawson Lakes Living : Issue 106 - April 2016

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As a modernday parent I am conscious of making sure my children are exposed to many different opportunities. Regular family outings include attending sporting events, festivals, theatres, concerts and travelling the world. However, never in my wildest dreams had I considered that a visit to an Adelaide 36ers basketball game would result in the words, "I don’t want to take tap classes anymore, I want to be a cheer leader," from my Miss 6.


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Little did I know that a whole movement of cheerleading clubs actually even existed in Adelaide. And that it is in fact a serious "sport!" No pom poms here, cheer leaders are athletes and when you sign up to one of these clubs you are signing up as part of an athletics team. If you are sick, sit on the sidelines and watch, if you are planning a holiday during term - well don’t.

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Apart from the jazz elements to the routine, this is a team sport that is to be taken seriously by the athletes that participate. So wish me luck! My well cultured, well travelled daughter is ditching the dreams of Broadway and instead now aiming for the SuperBowl. What have I got myself into! Please mention Mawson Lakes Living when responding to ads


Crossword puzzle Solution on page 30

In My Garden Hanging over the fence in my garden at 43 Parkview is a showy small tree that delights all who pass by. It’s a Paraguay Nightshade (Solanum Rantonnettii) and it flowers profusely throughout the summer months. Masses of deep purple flowers with a yellow centre (about the size of a 20 cent coin) and bright evergreen leaves grow on long arching stems. It grows to about 2 metres and I have grown mine to maximum height and shaped it into a pretty tree to hang over the fence, but it is also suitable as a shrub, a hedge or a tub plant.

ACROSS 1. "_____ la vista, baby" 6. Burst into flower 11. Impressive degree 14. Up and moving about 15. Book, in France 16. Height for Heidi 17. Thigamajig 20. Unaccompanied 21. representative of a deity 22. Catcher in the Rhine? 23. Chapter of history 24. Golf props 25. Fair-haired men 26. Continue without interruption 28. Mary ____ cosmetics 29. Acquire 30. Annoying 34. Pre ___ (major for future doctors 35. Any one 37. Prefix with 'solve' or 'respect' 38. Somersaulting drinking vessel? 39. Couple thousand pounds (weight) 40. The Almighty 41. "Over my dead body" 45. Make lovable 47. 'It's OK after all' (editing) 50. Eggs 51. Part of necks 52. sigh of relief 53. Deep drink 54. Definitely old enough to know better 57. Home Use Program 58. Man of fables 59. "It follows that.." 60. Take in sights 61. Singer LaBelle 62. Provided a border


DOWN 1. Parts of ship bows 2. Not on board 3. German Prison camp 4. Jazz Great Puente 5. Rainbow shape 6. Knife part 7. Long vehicle, for short 8. Sports field 9. "The Two Towers" monster 10. Contemptibly small (tip) 11. Fake an illness to avoid work 12. Affected by glare 13. Most suitable 18. Flee quickly 19. DiCaprio of films 24. Desperate Housewives star Hatcher 25. Brunch selection 27. Sounds of the disgruntled 28. Door feature 31. 19 down, for one 32. Dull heavy sound 33. Suffix with 'skeptic' 34. "A ___ formality" 35. Throat 36. Small opening 37. Former Winfrey rival 39. 2 of 20 40. Fireplace valve 42. Making promises 43. Show proof of 44. Frayed and worn 46. Always, poetically 47. Fire a weapon 48. Speeds, to conductor 49. Certain mama on a farm 52. Sound uttered by the secretive 53. Place for a shovel 55. "Nay" opposite 56. Common title starter

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A full sun location is preferred although it will grow in light shade. Mine gets morning sun and afternoon shade. It’s a hardy plant that tolerates dry conditions. I water it deeply during extended dry periods and apply a slow release fertiliser during spring. A light prune after the main flower flushes helps maintain a neat, compact shape and encourages further flower production. Ed

If you have a favourite plant in your garden that is well suited to our local conditions please send a note to the editor with the name of the plant and a description. A photo would be good too. Tell readers where they can see it to help them select suitable plants for their own gardens.

Who’s reading Mawson Lakes Living? This little magazine is designed for the people of Mawson Lakes but it has legs that take it around Australia and all over the world as these photos show.

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Changing Coins

Discovery of Gravity Waves

How many five cent coins do you have in your wallet? Not many? You’ve thrown them into the car glove box , your kids moneybag or the charity jar haven’t you? Your neglect towards the smallest piece of Australian currency has not been ignored. Head of the Royal Australian Mint, Ross MacDiarmid, admits the five cent coin is in slow decline. "Due to underuse, it is predicted that production will decrease over time and dissipate that way," MacDiarmid said. The coin is becoming irrelevant with many parking meters and coin-operated machines no longer accepting the piece. Our cashless payment systems mean we do not need coins and the rise of electronic payment methods, including contactless options means Aussies are less likely to carry cash. And it costs more to press out those shiny echidnas than the five cents they represent. Changes are also on the way for our quirkiest shaped coin, the 50 cent piece, which is expected to undergo a design change. The 50 cent piece was originally round but was changed to the 12 sided design in 1969 to avoid confusion with the 20 cent piece. MacDiarmind has dismissed returning the 50c shape to round but has said its large size is an issue that needs to be addressed. A recent survey carried out by the Royal Australian Mint showed many vending machine operators found the large size of the 50c piece a nuisance, with some machines no longer accepting the coin. Ed

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The Laser Interferometer GravitationalWave Observatory (LIGO) began operating in 2002 and was upgraded to an advanced version (aLIGO) which began taking measurements in September last year. The Observatory consists of two observatory sites, on either side of North America, simultaneously looking for the signal of a Gravity Wave as it travels past and through the earth. Each site uses two 4km long laser beams at right angles, reflected multiple times to detect any variation between the two distances. The Gravitational Wave signal is contained within this measured variation. On the 14 of September, two days after aLIGO started collecting data a signal was detected at both sites. After five months of rigorous and detailed checking the result was officially announced on February 11th. For more information, see: Wikipedia: Gravitational wave, LIGO by Paul Schulz


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Mind Massage

Photo: White Heron in Mawson Lakes by Mike Holtby

Some answers are in the magazine. The rest is up to you. Answers on page 30 1. What is the population of South Australia? 2. If you are playing pontoon what are you using: a)cards b)matches c)balls? 3. How many people are in a pas de trois dance? 4. What do the initials NAWMA stand for? 5. What is the plural form of crisis?

13. Name the tennis player who has been named the Australian Davis Cup Captain? 14. Petanque is: a)French head of state b)vet for small dogs c)glider made from paper d)form of lawn bowls? 15. How many sides has a hendecagon?

6. What is the symbol for zinc?

16. Which Australian harbour does the Manly ferry cross daily?

7. Australia’s Silver City is?

17. What sport do the New York Yankees play?

8. What does a rosarian cultivate?

18. Murdoch University is located in which Australian capital city?

9. What is said to be the sincerest form of flattery? 10. Where in South Australia is the steelworks? 11. Which SANFL team is named the Redlegs? 12. Tasseography is the art of: a)reading tea leaves b)studying the history of Tasmania c) stuffing dead animals?

19. In the popular TV drama Outlander, how many centuries separate the two time travel stories? 20. Who was she? Born in 1921 as Anne Francis Robbins. Was an actor and married another actor who became President of the USA and she became the First Lady. He developed Alzheimers and died 2004. She died aged 94 in February this year.

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Fine Food beyond Mawson Lakes Spoiling mum on Mother’s Day It’s always a treat to take Mother somewhere special for Mother’s Day. Cathy Frew from Mawson Lakes suggests Lambert Estate for a perfectly calibrated dining experience. Be sure to book early. Details below. Lambert Estate is located in The Hills behind Angaston and approximately 55 minutes from Mawson Lakes. Cathy writes: Lambert Estate serves the best locally sourced ingredients that Barossa Valley has to offer. It’s an ever evolving food and wine experience. My husband and I toured the estate with the owners Jim and Pam Lambert then sat down to a delicious lunch in a picturesque setting. For entrée we shared seared half shell scallops, spanish jamon, cauliflower & truffle salt at $19 Cured ocean trout "Tartare" pickled shallots, watercress & crisps $17 Mains consisted of free range chicken, slow roasted strip loin, SA beef with amazing accompaniments, however, we chose SA snapper fillet, roasted prawn, fennel and lemon risone, lobster reduction $28. A vegetarian option was also available and consisted of pan seared potato gnocchi, fresh podded peas, broad beans, zucchini & garlic, finished with salsa verde and aged Reggiano $28. All meals come with suggested wines. Weekly menus can be found on the face book page. Children’s menus are also available. Bookings are highly recommended.

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Recipe - ANZAC biscuits During the First World War families baked biscuits to send to their loved ones overseas. Based on a traditional Scottish oat cake recipe, ANZAC biscuits (previously known simply as soldier's biscuits) were made from readily available ingredients with the addition of golden syrup to keep them moist and preserve them on their long journey. Anzac Biscuits - Makes approximately 24 Ingredients 1 cup plain flour 1 cup rolled oats 2/3 cup desiccated coconut 3/4 cup sugar 125g butter 3 tablespoons Golden Syrup 1/2 teaspoon bi-carb soda 2 tablespoons boiling water Method Mix togther flour, sugar, coconut and rolled oats. Combine melted butter and golden syrup. Dissolve baking soda in boiling water and add to butter and syrup mixture. Make a well in the centre of the flour mix and pour in the liquid. Stir until combined. Roll spoonfulls into small balls and place 5cm apart on a lined tray. Bake in a preheated oven for 15-20 minutes at 160 degrees.

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10 Reasons Why It's Great To Be A Dog by Nigella If it itches, you can reach it. And no matter where it itches no-one will be offended if you scratch it in public. Personal hygiene is so easy. No-one expects you to take a shower every day. You don’t even have to brush your own hair. A wet nose is a sign of good health and no one demands you use a tissue. No one thinks less of you for passing wind. People laugh and think it’s cute. Entertainment is cheap - a bone, a ball and an old shoe keeps you happy. No one ever expects you to pay for lunch or dinner and you never have to conform to table manners. Every garbage bin looks like a cold buffet to you. Endless trivial conversation is not required. A wag of the tail is all it takes. A ride in the car rocks, and there's no obligation to growl at bad drivers. A computer for email is not necessary. A walk is enough to pick up all the messages of the day.

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Pet Care Don’t ignore a cough It is with sadness that I say farewell to my friend Midori the Beagle (pictured). She was involved in lots of things in Mawson Lakes - she helped her family deliver Mawson Lakes Living and she was there year after year packing bags for Dogs Day Out. A few months ago she developed a honking cough that turned out to be a sign of a fatal heart condition. She was 11 years old and she brought great joy to her family. Nigella

Midori with Rachael and Ashleigh

Dr Sarah from Northfield Vet Clinic (Midori’s vet) gives this advice: If your dog or cat seems normal but has started to cough, this should not be not ignored. It may be an indication of heart disease, collapsing trachea, asthma, infection and some cancers. A cough maybe the only indication you get that something is wrong. Dogs and cats are very good at masking symptoms and managing their lifestyle to avoid the VET TRIP.



Observe when your dog or cat coughs, the type of cough and what might start them coughing as these can all help your vet determine the cause. Do they cough at night or during the day or both? Do they cough only when on walks or excited, or at other times as well? Do they cough when eating and/or drinking? Is the cough moist or dry or honking or wheezy/ rattley? Do they gag afterwards or bring anything up?



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Community Groups Listings sponsored by Mawson Lakes Living Community Church: Sundays 10:00am Pastor Chris Mann - 0403 007 156 or 8162 5108 Cricket Club: Two day and one day senior teams New Friday night u/10 team. Anton - 0412 394 592 Crossroads Community Church: Sunday 10:30am The Denison Centre, Anthony - 8258 3179 or 0425 874 240 Heart Foundation Walking groups Contact Christine 8260 3855 Football Club: Tues & Thurs 6:15pm, Mawson Lakes Hotel Oval Geoff - 0410 412 281 Life Church: 5:00pm Sundays. Level 1, 31 Main Street. Nick - 8284 3861

Over Fifties Club secretary Marilyn Wilmot with police officers who gave a talk on community policing and what this entails for residents of Mawson Lakes.

Mahjong: Every 3rd Sunday from 11am at the Mawson Centre. All Levels. Janelle 0403 539 226 Mawson Lakes Garden Club Ph Vaal Thrupp: 0467 925 004 Find us on Facebook

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Mawson Lakes Girl Guides 8418 0900 or Mawson Lakes Hotel Social Club: Lyall Hill - 0414 951 859 Mawson Lakes Photography Club Vaughan 0400 472 318 Mawson Lakes 'Ducklings' Playgroup: 9.30am Mon and Thurs at Denison Centre, Michelle 0481 234 212 Mawson Lakes Scout Group Meets in Parafield Gardens. Ages 6-15 Jeff - 0407 619 357 or Sarah - 0417 848 088 Mawson Lakes Toastmasters Club, Communication and leadership training. Darko 0403 314 498 Mawson Lakes Golf Club Mawson Rowing Club, The Boat Shed, First Avenue Mawson Lakes. Jerry Elder 0419 854 371 Over 50s Club, meets 1-3pm on the first Thursday of the month at the Mawson Centre. Rotary Club of Mawson Lakes Significance Church: Sundays 10:00am 8260 1832 or 0434 679 754 A/H Quilting Friends: Mawson Centre Clare - 8367 6918 or

Mawson Lakes Garden Club raised funds by cooking sausages at Bunnings: Rob on the BBQ with Berry and Sue.


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Lamp post puzzle solution from page 18 There are 17 lamp posts hidden in this issue of MLL


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