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Think beach, surf, fishing, shopping, restaurants and café’s. You get that and so much more to complement the ultimate lifestyle living at Palm Springs Residential Development in Papamoa.

This is a very cool process - to be able to choose the section you want within the new stage release and go for a site tour. Then the excitement really starts - building your dream home. Standing on the empty lot means you can plan and design exactly where you want each and every room and the outlooks you Palm Springs take pride in what is built would like to maximise, whether that be the within the development and encourage waterways, reserves or the backdrop of the different architectural elements, materials beautiful Papamoa Hills. You have plenty and designs to maximise street appeal. They of options and can really start to imagine what you may see from your kitchen window really get a kick when presented with a well done home design, as it falls in line with while brewing an early morning coffee, or the developer’s vision to deliver the ultimate what you may see and feel while having location so you can build your dream home. guests over to entertain in your newly built Palm Springs’ new Stage 16A release has home that was once just a dream. There is no doubt that Papamoa has plenty sections ranging from 400 – 900 square more growth to come. It makes sense as there metres, starting from $325,000. With larger sections available, they allow you to is the stunning Papamoa Beach for one, build your dream home and easily include connectivity to Tauranga City while being features like a swimming pool and impressive close to Mount Maunganui and all other landscaping. major centres. So what are you waiting for? Secure your Palm Springs is within walking distance to section today for the ultimate lifestyle choice the beach, cafes, cinema, restaurants, and in the Bay of Plenty. shops. Imagine 10 years from now what will For more details visit www.palmsprings. be on offer for all those who chose and will PALM SPRINGS continue to choose Papamoa as their newSALES OFFICE co.nz, phone: 0800 808 889 or email info@palmsprings.co.nz. home.

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Mr G and the forgotten aviator About three months ago Graham Hoete, or “Mr G” as he’s known, was chatting with Tauranga Airport manager Ray Dumble. The airport terminal had been extended with an upgrade worth about $14 million. There was already art work in place, such as the unique collaboration between local carver and artist Jason Porter and Mackie Signs at the arrival gates, fabricated from conceptual drawings on to laminated ply. Now it was time to “G’ up the place. “Ray was wanting me to do an interior mural,” says Mr G. “At the time we were stuck on an idea of what we could paint, so I thought I’d shelve it for now until we came up with something appropriate.” Fast forward to about four weeks ago when Alys Ingrid Wicksteed got in touch with Graham. “She told me about Oscar Garden’s story,” says Mr G. “She asked me if I could do a tribute mural of him somewhere in Tauranga.” Oscar Garden, who has been called ‘The Father of Air New Zealand’ by NZ pilots, landed his Gipsy Moth plane Kia Ora in Australia on November 4 1930 after flying solo from England. His original intention was to fly all the way to NZ, but on arriving in Sydney he realised that his plane didn’t have the range to fly over the Tasman Sea. His daughter Mary Garden has written a book about his life, titled ‘Sundowner of the Skies: The story of Oscar Garden, the forgotten aviator’ which was launched on Sunday. Mary was born three years

after Oscar left Air New Zealand, growing up with her parents in Tauranga, where Oscar became a tomato grower. “I thought his story was incredible,” says Graham. “He lived here for about 25 years, the longest he’s lived anywhere in his life, and I thought ‘man I’ve got the perfect spot for this at the Tauranga Airport’. It just all fell into place.” “Mr Garden was probably an unknown or little known figure during his life,” says Tauranga Mayor Greg Brownless. “This mural has come about as a result of his daughter Mary writing a book about him. There’s a desire to see him commemorated as an important aviator who spent much of his life in Tauranga and it’s appropriate that a mural of him is part of our airport.” Rather than painting directly onto the wall at the airport terminal, Mr G worked at the portrait in his studio, also making a frame incorporating subtle elements that relate to Oscar’s story. “I heard that the wings of his plane almost clipped the Edinburgh Castle, so I’ve included the Edinburgh Castle in the frame, acknowledging his Scottish roots,” says Mr G. “I didn’t know about him before. He came across as the kind of guy who didn’t really like to talk about himself, and was quite private. It’s really cool that we can tell his story so that people do know about him and what he achieved. “He has a strong connection with Tauranga, he was a legendary aviator, so this is the perfect spot for it.” Rosalie Liddle Crawford

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The Katikati Lions Container Garage Sale I rang Sara Patrick to find out about the new little container ‘village’ that has popped up with brightly coloured awnings behind the Caltex station in Katikati. “Arthur Mann is the man,” says Sara. “He’s a Scotsman with a good thick brogue and a wonderful sense of humour.” I texted Arthur, and eventually when he returned

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from overseas, caught up with him. “We used to do an annual Steptoe auction,” says Arthur. By ‘we’ he was meaning the local Katikati Lions club. “That was the big one we held every June, and we used to hire the Memorial Hall in town.” The club members would collect goods all year round, storing them all over Katikati, in sheds, barns, garages and kiwifruit pack houses. Annually it started to become a logistical ordeal. “Everything was stored wherever we could find storage,” says Arthur. “Then there was a massive full-on five-day effort with all the Lions to get the stuff out of storage down to the Memorial Hall and sell as much as we could. “The stuff we didn’t sell – well that was the dilemma about what to do with it as most of it had to be taken back to storage.” My uncle Trevor Harvey is also a member of this Lions club, which has 50-60 members, one of the largest clubs around. I knew he spends much of his week picking up and storing goods, and helping run the annual Steptoe auction, which has been going since 1972 according to records. “It did bring in a fair amount of income, about $20,000 gross, but we were finding that the expenses were getting bigger each year because we had to hire trucks and had to hire the hall,” says Arthur. “Last year we sat down with Trevor and a few of the others and we said ‘you know the logistics for the annual collection are becoming insurmountable because most of the Lions are not young people,

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we’re all fairly old you know’. Some of the stuff was also getting too heavy to lift without help from the local sports club.” The group came up with a brilliant alternative. “Instead of having this year-round effort collecting goods and finding problems storing because we had so much we thought ‘why don’t we have a monthly garage sale?’ Then we’ll have a steady turnover of goods and a steady turnover of cash.” They put a proposal together, presented it to the rest of the Katikati Lions club at one of the business meetings, and were pleasantly surprised to find it was carried unanimously. “This is only on trial for this year,” says Arthur. “If it doesn’t work then I think a few of the old guard want to go back to what we did before. But I think more of them are being convinced. “So no, we’re not going back. It’s been very successful as we’ve been getting a steady monthly turnover of cash and we’re getting a steady turnover of goods.” “I was out with Trevor this morning down at the containers, tidying them all up, making more space and getting rid of stuff. We get a lot of these computer desks which we can’t sell but Trevor takes them home and chops them up and makes them into things. He has that Kiwi do-it-yourself attitude.” The club bought the containers and have use of the land behind the Caltex station courtesy of the Taylor brothers. “We probably have a better rapport with the public because we’re seeing them every month now,” says

Arthur. “As opposed to just once a year. “Also, I don’t want to be blunt about it but people don’t wait until June to die so they can give all their stuff to the Lions. People are dying all the time and that’s where we get a lot of stuff from you know. “Old folks are passing away and so their family phones up the Lions and we take their stuff away. To be fair we get some pretty good stuff from these oldtimers when they move on or certainly when they downsize. They’ve got garages full of tools or they’ve gone from a three-bedroom down to a one bedroom. “Donations come from locals and all the money goes back to the local community.” I ask my uncle Trevor how much time he spends on the monthly container garage sale, which he reminds me is on the fourth Saturday of every month. “I spend too much time,” says Trevor. “My diary is pretty busy most days.” “He keeps a list of all the people who come down each month looking for something, and when it turns up, he phones them,” says Arthur. “He seems to enjoy it. People phone up and Trevor will say ‘yep we’ve got some of that’, go down and show them. We make small sales during the month, but the pennies make the pounds and that’s what’s happening. “Were getting a very good turnover and come the end of the year, I’m pretty confident that Trevor and the rest of the container team will decide that this is going to continue and that we’re not going to go back to the annual sale which was just not tenable anymore. The change we’ve made is pretty positive so far.” Rosalie Liddle Crawford

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Taste Tauranga is underway in Downtown Tauranga with events, specialty menus, tapas trails and a burger competition. Sam and Casey from The Rock are judging the burger competition for the Supreme Burger and will be tasting 15 burgers across the month… tough job! They tried the Southern Style Beef Brisket Burger at Oscar and Otto on The Strand taking to Instagram saying “Epic burger and as good a service as you’ll get. Great people and a great burger.” The participating restaurants, bars and cafes are really taking this competition seriously with burgers like the Marmite Monster with bacon, provolone cheese, fried pickles, tomato relish, pickle mayo and rocket with a marmite laced double pattie at RYE Bar and Grill or the plant based vegan Hawaiian burger at Hello Rosie at Our Place. The CBK “Dr Cheese” burger, injected with a gooey liquid cheese sounds tempting or the buffalo chicken Brooklyn Burger, just to name a few. You could win $300 in dining vouchers, Downtown Tauranga, by voting (onsite or online) for your favourite burger in the People’s Choice Award too. More details at www.downtowntauranga.co.nz/burgercompetition

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150g beef brisket & black pudding patty, bacon jam, local pohutakawa smoked gouda, crispy onion rings, vine tomato, cos lettuce, aioli in a sesame seed charcoal bun.

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Going Bonkas for Tonkas Hailing all the way from a giant Amazon tree, the beautiful Tonka bean (which is actually the seed) is taking on the culinary world. Black, wrinkled with a smooth brown interior they are similar in shape to an elongated almond. Used in Peru, Brazil and many other South American countries, this unknown bean is shaking up many top restaurant kitchens. With its own unique flavour that includes touches of vanilla, almond, star anise, cinnamon, caramel and honey (all in one!) this wee beauty features in

tobacco, perfumes and in the culinary world with anything creamy or chocolatey. It can even bring savoury dishes to another level. When grated into desserts or infused into syrups, they impart a flavour so transcendent that Tonka has been dubbed the most delicious ingredient you’ve never heard of. Adding its incredible flavour to crème brulees, icecream, custards, chocolate cakes, chicken and seafood the Tonka is the secret ingredient that those in the culinary world are talking about. Ironically it is illegal in the USA where you can buy a gun but not a Tonka bean. Top chefs in the USA are smuggling it in and this has led to raids by the

FDA, asking to “check their spice cupboard”. This is because in extremely large quantities it is toxic, just like so many spices, but having said that, is also used for medicinal purposes and has studies currently running on its use to help with Alzheimer’s. With the Tonka, a little goes a long way and one bean will flavour up to 80 restaurant dishes. At Vetro, the lovely Vicki, editor of Nourish magazine, gave a cooking class and taught us how to take the humble rice pudding to a whole new level. This was the class favourite … thanks to Vicki’s special recipe and the versatile Tonka. Get your Tonka beans from Vetro and try this restaurant worthy rice pudding. Elizabeth Cerdeira, Vetro Mediterranean Foods

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Tauranga Trio of Artists Bruce, Rowena and Tony Walking in to the Atrium Gallery in Whakamarama, I can’t help but feel the stress of the day lift off. Run by Birgitt Shannon, the gallery provides a refreshing space to be surrounded by paint.

Tony Price, Rowena Ashman and Bruce Hutchinson

With eyes taking in the colours and scenes, I find my mind gently resting, and I wonder if art makes us somehow more human. It certainly provides great satisfaction, and there’s a sense of the artist communicating to us in a different, personal language. Three exceptional painters have their works on display at Atrium Gallery during August. Bruce Hutchinson has a gift of capturing lush NZ bush scenes, his soft distant blues and greys of majestic Southern Alps vistas drawing me in and returning me to memories of standing in similar places. Previously from Christchurch, his love of NZ scenery is evident in his stunning landscapes. “My style has developed because of my love for art and the South Island,” says Bruce. ”I had always wanted to be an artist but ended up having a career in journalism. While working as a rural reporter, I made a lot of contacts and friends and had a deep understanding of rural high country people. So, when I left journalism, instead of writing stories about what they were doing, as they knew I was starting a career in art, they asked me to come and paint their farms and homesteads. I’ve developed my style from there.”

Bruce has spent eight years working in Cambodia on capacity-building projects. A multi-awardwinning painter, his work is in collections throughout NZ and overseas. Rowena Ashman’s paintings are bursting with warmth and life. Interspersed amongst the landscapes, the confident golds, tangerines, blues, mauves and plums are an embracing pop of colour as she explores her palette. She also experiments with various mediums apart from paint, such as moulding paste and inks, producing pleasing textures and layers. Tony Price, who like Bruce, has spent valuable time in the South Island, conveys his love of high country mountain scenes, old sheep shearing buildings and farm machinery that takes me right back to all the times I’ve been in South Canterbury staying on sheep farms. Brought up in Christchurch, Tony’s job as a field engineer took him to all parts of the South Island including the mountains, high country farming areas and the rugged coastlines. It’s essentially NZ, and his paintings also include Bay of Plenty scenes which will delight viewers. “We’re all members of the Tauranga Society of Artists, and we attend the same Wednesday afternoon open painting session,” says Bruce. “There are at least 50 art works in the exhibition.” The trio will have their work on show and for sale until August 24 at Atrium Gallery which is located at 21 Plummers Point Rd, and is open from 11am, Wednesday - Sunday. Rosalie Liddle Crawford

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Giving a smile Securing a masterpiece Each year Eunice Chivers runs an Art Fest for the Ruel Foundation, providing an opportunity to secure quality art while also helping raise funds for the Give a Smile project.

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The Ruel Foundation is one of the international charities founded by local couple David and Linda Cowie. As well as co-founding Marine Reach which operates a medical ship around the Pacific, and a family care centre in Vanuatu, the couple established the Ruel Foundation after David visited Eastern Samar in the Philippines in 1999. During his visit to a local hospital with the wife of the then Governor of Eastern Samar Annie Ambil, David came across a small boy named Ruel. “Ruel’s small, emaciated body lay on a simple steel bed in the under-staffed and under-resourced facility,” says David in his online account of the visit. “His face was scarred by a double cleft lip and palate, causing serious difficulty in swallowing. With his tiny body wracked with viruses and infections, Ruel was near death.” David raised the necessary funds for Ruel’s surgery, while Annie and her husband ensured he received the food supplements he needed. Over the years, Ruel has made a full recovery. Ruel’s story was the founding of the Ruel Foundation, and today thousands of children and their families in the Philippines, Vanuatu and the Fiji Islands have been helped.

A fully registered charitable trust, the organisation relies on donations and volunteers from around the world. This year the art will be on sale for two days over Saturday and Sunday, August 24 and 25, followed by the auction on the Sunday at 2pm. Many respected artists are contributing their artwork for the annual artfest and auction this year. “Dave Roy, who lives locally and has worked for Peter Jackson on Lord of the Rings has created a mixed media on aluminium piece,” says Eunice. “We also have Rob McGregor who is very well known and respected, Nick Eggleston who specialises in watercolours, and Jo Gallagher, a Te Kuiti-based artist who derives her inspiration from the local landscape, plants and birds, animals, and farm activities.” Many more well-known NZ artists are involved and include Hope McConnell, John Campbell, Paul Oellermann, Rosslyn Johnson, Jo Gallagher, Lyn McConnell, Justine Hawksworth, Mandy Williams, Gill Brodie, John Hawksworth, Benjamin Cooper, Elizabeth Cross, Cindy Delaney, Jill Bryan and Sue Dent. “I’m also excited to say that we have a commission painting from Timo Rinalli for our auction,” says Eunice. The Ruel Art Fest will be held at Farmer Autovillage, 116 Hewletts Rd from 9am – 5pm on Saturday August 24, and 10am – 4pm on Sunday August 25. The auction will take place at 4pm on the Sunday.


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