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We're a romantic lot here at Mawson Lakes Living, so this month we remind you with our cover, taken in the local florist shop, that Valentine’s Day is coming up. We’ve also got some tips on what NOT to give your Valentine - see page 4. And if you turn to page 29 you'll find cute gift cards to cut out for the occasion.

The song of a thong is a flip, flap flong that echoes wherever you go.

It’s summer and the livin' is easy here in Mawson Lakes as you'll see from our photo spread on pages 20-21. This issue has a playful, summery feel with pictures and puzzles and a few light-hearted articles, poems and quips.

There aren’t any places for silly old laces but a thing that holds on to your toe.

The owners of a new business on Metro Parade called Devine Spine invited me to try a Floatation at their salon last week. With such a catchy business name how could I possibly resist! Divine it was, so was Andrew's spinopractic massage that followed. What's a Floatation? Well, to find out you'll have to come along to Devine Spine's official opening this month. Your invitation is opposite.

You’re flapping and tapping with feet overlapping and people who watch will agree that the song of a thong when you’re flopping along is of feet that are born to be FREE.

One of my favourite things in summer is walking along the beach with Nigella on a warm afternoon. I put on my bathers and thongs and together we clock up thousands of steps on the Fitbit. Whenever I wear my thongs (called flip flops if you come from America or UK) I'm reminded of a short, summery, thin, thong song we used to recite at school. Just follow the thongs to see how it goes ... Enjoy the last month of summer,

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What NOT to give on Valentine's Day They say it's the thought that counts, but don't heed this simple advice on Valentine's Day. Words are not enough on this special day - a gift is the token of affection. But to win your honey's heart, a gift requires some careful thought. No matter what stage your relationship is at, you should think twice before picking any of these 10 not-so-sweet gifts for Valentine's Day. 1 Lay off the lingerie Being off sizewise can be the kiss of death. "Lingerie is a popular gift, but it can lead to a lot of disappointment," says Ian Coburn, writer of the column Lunch Is Not a Date. "Guys typically guess the wrong size. Give her either too big or too small and she'll think you're calling her fat." A survey found that while 22 percent of men who give a gift on Valentine's go for lingerie, only 2 percent of women say that is what they want. Instead, try a pair of glam thongs (see opposite). 2 Pass up practicality Whatever you do, don't give her anything that plugs in. No vacuum cleaners, blenders or coffee makers. Don't even think of a steering wheel cover or anything from the hardware store. Twenty years ago my sweet love gave me a purple extension lead from Bunnings for Valentine’s Day ... and I’m still not over it! 3 Avoid weighty gifts No matter how noble your intentions, avoid gifts designed to help with weight loss. From a gym membership, to a year's supply of diet meals, to an exercise bike, these types of gifts are anything but a help. Instead, surprise her with a romantic getaway. 4 Sugar for your honey Chuck the chocolates, especially if the gal is trying to eat healthy. Bringing sugar-laden treats can either mean you're not listening, or you're trying to sabotage the weight loss effort. Instead, try a beautifully wrapped fresh fruit basket. 5 Jewellery If thinking about jewellery, make sure your ladylove has specifically commented on a design

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because it’s an awful disappointment to receive an expensive gift that's just not right for you. Instead, pamper her with a jewel-encrusted bag or a jewellery box because no woman who likes jewellery ever has enough storage for her precious pieces. 6 Self help not now This is not the time to remind your sweetheart of any neurosis in need of a cure. Instead, select a handsome coffee table book on her favourite subject. 7 Kinky calamity Give a sexy gift like this too early on and your date may pass judgment that you're unhappy with your sex life. Instead, light a spark in her heart with aromatic candles. 8 Dogs alive Steer clear of dogs or kittens. Just because she likes to cuddle up to you, does she really need anything else to absorb her affection? Instead, charm her with a cute and cuddly soft toy that won’t steal ALL her kisses and hugs. 9 Fakes are phony Giving a fake watch, belt or Gucci bag is no way to tell your lady you love her. It sends the message that you're cheap, have no taste or can't tell a fake from the real deal. Instead, buy her the real thing, or a subscription to a classy fashion magazine, and give her the first copy, gift wrapped, on Valentine’s Day. 10 Going over the top If it’s a new relationship, don't fork out hundreds of dollar for a weekend away or a spa treatment. You could end up being ancient history before the mud pack dries on her face. Instead, earn best boy status with a single rose. Editorial advice


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Even chiropractors sing their praises. The Chiropractors’ Association of Australia says they put less pressure on the spine than a pair of heels, they allow feet to breath, they tone leg muscles and encourage good posture. So there’s every reason to own a pair, or two, or three ... So stepping out in thongs has become high fashion. No longer are their outings limited to the beach. Step into your metallic thongs this summer and venture into the shopping mall, or a night out on the town, knowing you are riding the wave of glam fashion. Ed

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A very un-merry Christmas Your story about gift cards in MLL/Jan (Hurry, spend that gift) was timely, but unfortunately I ignored its warning. I am a victim of the Dick Smith downfall. For Christmas I bought gift cards from Dick Smith - a big TV screen for my son, a washing machine for my daughter and a variety of electronic things for the grandkids. They had not had time to claim their gifts before the announcement in the first week of January that the electronics company had gone into administration and that gift vouchers would not be honoured. What a horror story. My ethical dilemma is: do I go out and buy the same gifts somewhere else (thousands of dollars worth) or do I say to the family "bad luck"? - Ian Rojalle Pricing post out of business Many of us fought long and hard to get a post office at Mawson Lakes but Australia Post is on a downhill slope so it will not happen. Australia Post has this amazing strategy for a declining business. Their solution is to increase the price of regular postage and reduce their service so that it could take 5 business days for local delivery. Add to this the rude proposition of charging a premium for next-day-delivery. Some businesses are now charging their clients extra if they want correspondence such as an invoice. sent by mail. The reputation of a once grand national business is in shreds. - Ginny Kym, Shoalhaven Harming the birdlife It's pleasing to see that Salisbury Council is considering putting up signs in Mawson Lakes to instruct people about the dangerous effects on native birds of eating bread. Everywhere I walk in ML I see bread littering the ground. Some people scatter whole loaves, while others throw hot chips and cakes without realising that this sort of food can cause deformities, even death in birds. Native birds should forage for their own food, not eat human food. But why is Council only considering putting up signs at The Bridges? We need them around ALL the lakes. - Rod, Shearwater Lake

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CONGRATULATIONS! Number 37 Parkview Drive took out the win in the REAL Mawson Lakes Christmas lights competition. Second place went to 7 Hamilton Place and third to 10 Mallard Crescent.

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Waiting for Daddy to come home Thank you for the lovely Mawson Lakes Living Calendar. I have two daughters (2 and 5) and we have used the calendar to mark off the days until Daddy returns from the Middle East where he is serving in the Air Force. He comes home in April and every day we look at the calendar and count off the days. - Amanda and girls Hats for High School The Cancer Council is campaigning for Aussie kids at high school to wear hats when outdoors in Terms 1, 3 and 4. What a sensible idea. My kids went to Mawson Lakes School in their primary years where there was an enforced hat policy of "no hat, no play". They grew up wearing hats as part of their school uniform so they will transition to this sensible rule with ease. - Helen Peters

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Post office needed In this day and age of online shopping a local post office would make life easier for residents of Mawson Lakes to collect parcels. At the moment when a parcel is delivered and no one is home to receive it (or in the case of an apartment building that the deliverer cannot access) a collection card is left for the receiver to collect from Pooraka, Ingle Farm or even Salisbury North Post Office. This is not at all convenient for working people. Surely the growth of this suburb warrants such a service. - E Lachoulis Enough to make you cross Just a week or so after Christmas, I saw hot cross buns on the Woolies shelves. Our traditional celebrations have been hijacked by the supermarkets as a cash-grab. Sadly it seems that people have forgotten the historical significance of the events for which we have public holidays and only respond to the commercial glitz and Food, Food, Food. Hot cross buns are traditionally eaten at the end of Lent and are marked with a cross to represent the crucifixion of Jesus. - Richard Cundy

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Model Yacht Club Awards Congratulations to members of the Mawson Lakes Model Yacht Club who received the following trophies at the Annual Awards Dinner - the Regatta Cup was awarded to Dean Bonnet for top points for the weekly racing competitions. The Leske Award went to Gary Polomka for the greatest contribution to the club both on and off the water. The President’s Cup was presented to John Dotkerill for his continuous supportive efforts during 2015. Finally I wish to commend Mawson Lakes Living on a splendid calendar for 2016, for its superb artwork and very professional layout. - Geoff Fox, Model Yacht Club Bicycles and broken bones Walking along Dry Creek, that stretch between the school and the train station, my little boy was hit by a fast-peddling bicycle. My son was running towards me obscured by some bushes and I did not see a bike come up behind us. The cyclist did not even stop to check for damage, but sped away towards the station, and there was no way I could identify him. All I can do is write to the government who is considering reversing the "bicycles on footpaths" law following public outcry. My recommendations are: 1.

Bicycles be registered and display a numberplate. 2. If bicycles are allowed on footpaths they only move at the speed of a brisk walk. 3. Local councils be authorised to fine speeding cyclists on the spot. Residents are very concerned that the walking tracks in Mawson Lakes are being used as speed lanes by bicycle riders and it is becoming unsafe to walk. My son suffered a broken arm. - Concerned Resident

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OPINION - Adjusting your speech In an age when the full stop, once an essential part of grammar, is now considered a hinderance, I write to commend Mawson Lakes Living on its use of language - clear and concise, usually correct and with a sprinkle of humour. It’s one of the reasons I enjoy the magazine so much each month. I know that language is in a constant state of flux and we must move with the times but some of the changes worry me… and some amuse me.

A US study claims that text messages that end with full stops are seen as insincere, and, instead, the author suggests skipping punctuation altogether, as a lack of punctuation indicates your reply is "spontaneous". But punctuation is one of the cues used by senders, and understood by receivers worldwide. They help us make sense of the written word, be it on paper or online. A full-stop is a terminal point; the end of a thought. How will we cope without it?

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But I am reserving my strength to endure the latest in grammatical trendiness - the conversion of nouns to verbs. The trend is found in all areas of life. Sports commentators tell us that winners have been "medalled". Names of equipment have morphed in activities. Take "rollerblade", "skateboard" and "snowboard". Football referees used to book players, or send them off: now they "card" them. Racing drivers "pit"; golfers "par"; and coastal divers "tombstone".

"bookmark" websites; "inbox" our e-mail contacts and "friend" our acquaintances on Facebook — only, in some cases, to "defriend" them later.

Our rapid-turn-around political climate opens up a whole new vocabulary. How about "Australia has been re-Prime Ministered". Politics has come up with "to handbag" (a tribute to Lady Thatcher) and "to doughnut"—that is, to sit in a ring around a colleague making a parliamentary announcement, so that it is not clear to television viewers that the chamber is practically deserted.

On the other hand, verbing can be entertaining — you may be rushing "to boilerplate" (automatically include) material in a document, or "to demagogue" a political subject (discuss it in a rabble-rousing manner), or maybe you are tired of "shouldering the blame".

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Not every coinage passes into general use, but as for trying to end verbing altogether, forget it. If they stick around for long enough we just get used to them and "action" them into our speech. - Gregory Kingston

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Knowledge Plus awarded $33,000: I recently met with Ly Lim and students of Knowledge Plus at Mawson Lakes. Knowledge Plus was awarded $33,000 under the Fund My Idea Northern Suburbs program for a proposal to engage with around 25 disadvantaged young people and provide them with the opportunity to develop entrepreneurial skills by immersing them in real life learning experiences in order to help them gain employment. Mawson Lakes Golf Club receive funds for irrigation: Mawson Lakes Golf Club received $8,781 through the Active Club Program to assist with an irrigation upgrade. I met with President Peter Thomson and Secretary / Manager Brett Strickland to present them with the certificate. I have also written to UniSA to ask it to investigate bitumenising the car park and access road, which is used by the club, other local sports groups and Endeavour College.

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People Profile A new life in Australia has meant big changes for Farad Rahmanian and his family who came from Iran to Mawson Lakes 10 months ago. "We love it here; it's so peaceful and spacious," said Farad who shares an apartment in Mawson Lakes with his wife and son Arman (12).

"School here is more fun and it’s much bigger with lots of things to do. I have also joined the Mawson Rowing Club and I like being on the water and making new friends."

Farad who speaks English well and has a university degree in chemical engineering was sponsored by the government on a skilled nominated visa. He has a job but he said that finding work within his profession is not easy. His wife, who used to be a maths teacher in Iran, is studying English at TAFE. So it comes as no surprise that his son Arman is a top achiever in maths at school.

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How to fight fair Wherever there are people, disputes will exit, but fighting can be frightening and damaging whether it’s with your child, your spouse or your workmates. When family therapist Dr Lee Gippsland talked to a group of parents in Mawson Lakes he outlined some rules of engagement to constructively manage conflict. He said that conflict stems from the emotions, so try to get the feelings behind the issue on the table. This involves listening. Try really hard not to interrupt or talk over the top of the other person. Encourage them to get it all out so you know the extent of the grievance. When you think you have it all, pause and ask, "is there anything else worrying you?" A key rule to conflict management is no name calling. Words are powerful swords and once spoken cannot be taken back so be careful what you say. Stick to the issue and avoid personal, hurtful attacks. Reframe from using sarcasm and resorting to smart remarks as this will inflame. Don’t make threats or give ultimatums, don’t yell and scream and don’t physically intimidate. Sitting down across a table is a good way to begin a difficult conversation.

Try not to bring up previous grievances and refrain from blame. Express your own feelings as they apply to you, rather than as an attack, for example, instead of saying, "You make a fool of yourself when you..." turn it around and say "I feel embarrassed when you…" If things get too heated and you feel you are losing it, go get a drink and suggest you talk again later. Dr Gippsland said he likes to go for a long walk and weigh up things as he strides along because physical activity can help ease emotional turmoil. Come back to the discussion when you are not tired and you have had a chance to think of the long-term consequences of your words and actions. Is this what you really want? "Being able to communicate feelings in a calm manner is an essential life skill, so think before you speak. Be prepared to give a little or apologise if you have been too hard or unfair," said Dr Gippsland. His final suggestion was to seek professional counselling if you are not managing conflict well and the issues are not being resolved through discussion. Ed


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Summertime and the livin' is easy

Summertime in Mawson Lakes brings us all outdoors to enjoy the warm weather and the lovely evenings. The fish are jumping, the parks are inviting, the gardens are blooming and the BBQs are sizzling. It's the time to play so Mawson Lakes Living took a look around to see how people are enjoying the season.

Out for lunch: Xuen and Mona from Uni SA

Sisters Lauren and Donna take a walk in the sunshine.

Christine and Kiara come to ML for a Chatime

Christine from Mawson Lakes Soccer Club and Andrew from Grasshopper Soccer. Christine was named MLSC Club Person of the Year 2015.

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Carlos and Alexis sit down for a picnic with Grandma Gena Rex sharpens his edges

Mawson Lakes Rowing Club students train on the lake Jenny and Graham pick up a plant at Flowers Everywhere

ML residents Wayne and Lauren (front) ride more than 1000km from Port Lincoln to Adelaide, via Mawson Lakes, to raise money for Ronald Mcdonald House "Ride for Sick Kids" Helping dad in the holidays: Electrician Vlad Mirt from ML and son Casey.

Colouring-in is this summer's craze. Many adults, as well as children, took out their pencils to decorate the colouring-in page in the Mawson Lakes Living Calendar. Here 's a tip-top contribution from Marlene at Trinity Green.

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Summer time brings with it a number of fun things to do. MLL have put together a double page of puzzles for you to enjoy while sitting in the shade or lounging on the beach.

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

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Hibiscus - at their best in February Loved for the beauty of their flowers that only last a day, hibiscus thrive in a hot climate as long as they get plenty to drink in summer and their roots live in moist, humus-enriched, well-drained soil. Plants need at least 6 hours of sunshine to flower profusely throughout summer. They hate to dry out. Hibiscus look lovely as a stand-alone feature or as a hedge if they are trimmed to the same level. They can also be grown at the back of a flower bed. Apply a liquid fertiliser in late winter or early spring to encourage the summer flush of flowers and reapply it every month during summer. Hibiscus are heavy feeders and a handful of rose or citrus food is good for them but be careful to water well before and after application. Prune in late September or October. Mulch around the base of the trunk, leaving a small empty tyre for air circulation and to prevent disease. Cut back on the water and fertiliser in the cooler months. Ed

The Farmer’s Lament - Farmers have it tough but some things really irk them: Metric conversion has ruined me financially. When they changed to dollars my overdraft doubled overnight. Then when I was struggling against this burden, they changed from acres to hectares, and my farm was only half the size it was! Then pounds were replaced with kilograms. And now I get only half the wool clip I used to. On top of all this they brought in daylight saving. At my age the days became so long I decided to sell. Wouldn’t you know it. They changed miles to kilometres. And now I’m so far out of town I can’t sell the blooming place!

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Brain Benders - a test of comprehension and general knowledge

Look through this issue to find many of the answers. Puzzle solution page 30 1. Which British pop musician passed away in January leaving the dying lyrics in his final album, "Look up here, I'm in heaven" ? 2. Riddle: How many ants does it take to rent a house? 3. What is the Voldemort Effect? 4. Who was Voldemort? 5. Take a guess at the publication that holds the record for being the most stolen book from public libraries? a) Fifty Shades of Grey b) Women in Love c)The Guinness Book of Records? 6. Which fruit contains more Vitamin C: strawberries or oranges? 7. What do Americans call thongs? 8. True or false: Men sweat approximately 40% more than women.

9. Born on 2 May, who is fourth in line to the British throne? 10. English actor Eddie Redmayne won best actor in the 2015 Academy Awards for which film? 11. At which venue was the historic first pink ball day-night Test match played? 12. How many Melbourne Cups did racehorse trainer Bart Cummings win? 13. Which Barossa Valley winery did Prince Charles and Camilla visit in November? 14. Who said "We are a free people who do not cave to pressure"? 15. Who won the 2015 Clipsal 500 for the second consecutive year? 16. Where in Mawson Lakes would you see this site?

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Chalk Art in Mawson Lakes by Nigella I’ve sometimes walked on colourful footpaths that are covered in a chalky layer with a funny smell. The paths left my paws covered in fine powder and as I licked it off I wondered what it was . Now I know. It’s sidewalk chalk and its all part of Chalk Art which is a roaring worldwide craze. Over the Christmas season it came to Mawson Lakes - to a house right next door to me. Christmas in our street is always an engaging event. We decorate our houses with dazzling lights, play happy music, and the neighbours sit outside and talk to each other and to the passersby way into the night. It’s my favourite time of year because everything sparkles, all the children come out to gasp at the lights and lots of people stop to talk to me. Everybody in our street does something different and this year the children next door drew colourful scribbles on their driveway with chalk; things like rainbows and a hopscotch. They left the chalk bucket on the step so others could decorate the street too. So when some of my young friends came to visit they grabbed some chalk and drew a message on my driveway. What a thrill.

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Kirra and Sharma send me a message on the footpath.

Anyway mummy and I took to the internet to learn more about chalk art. We discovered some amazing 3D stuff particularly on the streets of America and Italy where they hold chalk art festivals and invite top artists. Mummy thinks it's messy and too 'ephemeral' (that's one of her big words, you might have to look it up). It just all washes away in the rain.


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Community Groups Crossword solution from page 11 Listings sponsored by Mawson Lakes Living Community Church: Sundays 10:00am Endeavour College. www.mlcc.org.au NEW Pastor Chris Mann - 0403 007 156 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, Mawson Lakes School Anthony - 8258 3179 or 0425 874 240 Heart Foundation Walking groups Contact Christine 8260 3855 or Elaine 0415 889 018 Football Club Training: Tues & Thurs 6:15pm at Mawson Lakes Hotel Oval Geoff - 0410 412 281 www.mawsonlakesfc.com.au

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Life Church: 5:00pm every Sunday. Level 1, 31 Main Street, Mawson Lakes Nick - 8284 3861 www.lifechurchsa.com.au

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