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Police move to stop hoons refused BY GABRIELLE STUART Police asked for night-time access to some Woolston roads to be restricted, to discourage boy racers. But the Spreydon-Heathcote Community Board refused. Five roads in the Woolston industrial area were to be included under a city council bylaw, which already covers more than 50 roads across the city. Between the hours of 10pm and 5am, only “legitimate users” would be able to use those roads. Anyone else caught there could be fined $750. Community board chairman Paul McMahon said he needed to see evidence himself before he restricted people’s access to roads. But the decision split the board, with community board

member Rik Tindall saying the board needed to trust police. Police detained a group of about 250 boy racers who gathered in nearby Bromley in 2012, after some of the group were reported doing burnouts and being disorderly. The roads looked at were Chapmans Rd, Mary Muller Drive, Caerphilly Pl, Brightlings Rd and Lock Cres; which were put forward by the police as problem areas. Mr McMahon said the board didn’t have enough data to support the police request. “If we’re going to restrict the right of people to move along those streets we need to see some evidence ourselves. Anecdotal evidence isn’t enough, we actually need some data.” •Turn to page 2

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The future is looking bright for CPIT students Shannon Tuck from St Martins and Tae Murray from Linwood, after earning silver medals in the 2014 Nestlé Toque d’Or competition.

The students battled for more than three hours against 11 other teams from around the country to create the medal winning threecourse menu. The meals were then served to

guests at the competition in Auckland by their teammate, CPIT restaurant service student Amori Irvia. The event was designed to simulate the pressure of a real working team environment. The pressure was intense throughout the live kitchen cook off, as the team fought against the clock and under the gaze of a team of industry judges. The panel of 19 judges was led by highprofile chef and leading culinary figure Paul Jobin. Teams were marked against World Chefs

Societies International Judging Standards, which include food preparation, presentation, taste and service. Event organiser and New Zealand Chefs Association Ambassador Anita Sarginson, said Nestlé Toque d’Or was an exciting and fast-paced event to be involved in. “It challenges competitors to achieve great things under tight time constraints and while they are being watched by judges and members of the public. “Because there is no room for error, teams must be in top form on the day.” She said the event provided a great opportunity for young students to showcase their abilities and demonstrate their skills in front of some of the country’s most highly regarded culinary professionals. This year was the 24th anniversary of Nestlé Toque d’Or which is New Zealand’s longest running and most prestigious student cookery and food service event.

•From page 1 He said he hoped to go out on patrol with the police, to “observe the problem” himself. “I’m wanting to get an idea of the numbers of cars, and get an idea of the magnitude of the safety issues around the city.” He said he did not doubt the police when they said there was a problem, but believed it would be irresponsible to extend the bylaw on the basis of second-hand reports. When asked if he thought other community boards had made the wrong decision in accepting the bylaw in other areas, he said he couldn’t comment. “It’s up to the individual boards how they make those changes, but our board wasn’t satisfied we had enough information to make a decision.” He said he would be happy to approve the bylaw if the board saw more evidence of a problem. Mr Tindall was the only member of the board to vote in support of the bylaw as it was. He said the police needed the support of the board. “I am sure the evidence is there. The police is the front line, and we know fully as a board we need to trust recommendations because we can’t do everything ourselves.’’ He said that turning down the proposal would cause unnecessary delays, and he believed any further information gathered would support the recommendations. Thirty-nine people made submissions on the proposal, with just two people opposed to it. One was a business owner, who was concerned that night-shift workers would not be able to get to work, and one was a resident, who said they would prefer “antisocial activity” happened in industrial areas rather than residential ones.

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A Spreydon mother will take to the streets next week to demand urgent action on an intersection she calls “deadly”. Amanda Wallis has arranged a protest at the intersection of Brougham and Selwyn streets on Saturday, September 13. She said the New Zealand Transport Agency had ignored her concerns over pedestrian safety at the intersection, which she first raised in April this year. An NZTA spokesman told the Southern View they could not look at the intersection in isolation, but hoped to address any problems in a wider plan for the area. But Mrs Wallis said she had not received any response from the NZTA, in spite of organising a survey, a petition and inviting representatives to public meetings over the intersection. She said she hoped the protest would make the NZTA pay attention. “This is a chance for the authorities to see this isn’t just one person upset, it’s the whole community.” Wigram MP Megan Woods

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large numbers of young people who had a dream, who want to do something like study dance in Russia or study waterskiing in Florida, and we set up this foundation to fund those cases. We started it from scratch three years ago. What are some of the cases that have really stood out to you over those years? Some of the ones that have been exceptional are people like Anton Cooper, who came to us because he was trying to raise money to go and compete overseas. He’s now been crowned mountain biking world champion. Then there’s Tasman Davids, who was trying to get to St Petersburg to study ballet and is now very successful dancing over there. There’s Sophie Pas-

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great things It must be very rewarding work. For us, seeing talent supported and seeing these guys achieve these goals and seeing them grow is hugely rewarding. You listen to these young people speak at our functions, and you hear their dreams, they want to compete in the Olympics or create an engine that can pump water for Third World nations, and then they go out and achieve their goals. Part of the motivation behind this is that we believe the only way to address the problems in our communities is to train up leaders who will take responsibility for them. Can I ask, do you have any children yourself? Yes, I have three daughters. Claire is my eldest, she’s 30 and she’s now a business development manager for Harcourts. She represented New Zealand in ice hockey, so she spent a year studying overseas and I followed her around the world for a while. My middle daughter, Jacqui, has also worked for Harcourts, and my youngest daughter, Sally, is now working in the Mediterranean with her fiance, living a life of luxury. Did your own daughters inspire your work with young people? Actually, one of my daughters, when she was younger, saw me doing business planning with some of my business associates and asked me if I could do something similar, tailored to her age group. So she organised a whole group of her friends, and we used to hold sessions every six months or so with 10 to 20 of her friends. I taught them business planning, and used to partner them up and help them set goals, and it was amazing how quickly they achieved those. It was amazing over the years to see the progress of these young people. Some of those kids are still in their 20s and own two or three gyms or are achieving great things

overseas. That was when I realised the powerful influence in that sort of programme, which is something we brought, later on, to Inspire. These days young people, young Kiwis especially, don’t seem to stay in one place for long. When you’re sending young people overseas, do you think any of them will return? A proportion of our people won’t return to Canterbury, but we think probably better than 50 per cent will. The ones who do come back will make change here, but the ones who spread across the globe are still influencers, and they do still stay in contact. If we get another dancer come through, Tasman would be the best person to help them make connections in Europe, so through that network if they’re still connected they will help Cantabrians, but in a different way. Are you a born and bred Cantabrian yourself? I was actually born in Dunedin, but I came to Christchurch at about five, and have lived here all my life. I don’t want to say how many years that is! I went to St Thomas’s here, which was a great experience. Has working with these young people, who are doing amazing things, inspired you to set any of your own goals? That’s a really good question. Working with them is very inspiring. I think what they’ve done is shown us how vital and necessary the Inspire Foundation is. Hence our drive to build a capital fund, to fund future generations long after Bob and I are gone. We’ve been very inspired by how successful it’s been, and how much the members really enjoy it and how proud they are of what these young kids achieve. So I think, for me, they’ve inspired me to just keep on and keep driving this forward.

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Inspiring teachers More than 1200 teachers were nominated in the first week of the New Zealand’s Most Inspiring Teacher campaign, with 360 nominations for Canterbury teachers. The annual competition is organised by Warehouse Stationery, with more than $40,000 worth of travel, stationery and technology prizes awarded to the teachers who receive the highest number of votes. Some of the local nominations are included below. People can vote for their teachers at www. Voting closes on Sunday. • Mr Grant Bartley – Cashmere High School Mr Bartley is my most inspiring teacher. You can always trust him to make you laugh in the most creative ways, with his fish slaps, and tentacles. You are my favourite teacher. Even though you still owe me and the rest of the orchestra chocolate fish. • Mrs Rachel Beck – Woolston School She helped me play the piano and she always hugs me, she teaches me a lot about her and her family, she is the nicest and

coolest teacher ever. She is really good at singing and good at art and that is why I think she should win. • Miss Hannah Carter – St Mark’s School Our teacher has been such an inspiring teacher to us this year. At the start of the year she wanted us to work as part of a team. To help us get there she organised us to have team shirts to wear whenever we are doing team activities. We did the City2Surf as a team, the whole class, wearing our shirts. I remember sitting in class one day and she said we would have to cancel our sand dunes trip because it was too wet, we were so sad, she got out some plastic spades and let us make sand castles in the school sandpit. She is enthusiastic, always with a big grin on her face, making the lesson really fun. She is a great listener and never gives up on us.

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Our teacher has taught in summer camps all over Canada and America. Our teacher is a great role model, she lives life to the full, she has an amazing husband Scott and such a cute puppy Oscar. Our teacher is loving, kind, caring, supportive, amazing, awesome, funny, crazy, this list could go on. Our teacher has shaped each and everyone of us into who we are today, she has taught me the aspects of life. If it wasn’t for our teacher me and my classmates wouldn’t be the people we are today. We love you Mrs McClay. Love Jayde • Miss Deborah Young – Bamford School I think my teacher should win because she is the best teacher in the world. My teacher always drives us to be better people to make a difference in the world. She is so involved in our learning and you can tell she wants the best for every single student in our class our school. Miss Young is such a caring person, she has taught me that if I’m focused at school and never give up I can be anything and anyone I want. I really think she has made a big difference in my life and much other kids just like me. If there was a prize for the best teacher in the world she would win. She is the best teacher in the whole world honestly.




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LUNGE: Sheldon Ogilvie (left) duelling Canada’s Dylan French at the Youth Olympic Games last month.

Fencing above his rank In spite of having a world ranking more than 30 places below those he was fencing against, Cashmere High School’s Sheldon Ogilvie proved he could compete with the world’s best at last month’s Youth Olympics. Ogilvie finished ninth out of 13 fencers in the epée category, just missing out on competing in the quarter finals. He beat fencers who were ranked in the world’s top 20 to gain his place. Going into

the games, he was ranked 50th in the world cadet fencing championship for 2014. The 16-year-old is number one in New Zealand in the men’s epée category in the under-20 and under 17-yearold age groups. He was one of 78 fencers from all around the world who competed at the second Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China. “It was amazing to compete at the Youth Olympics,” said Ogilvie.

“There were only the best fencers in the world here.” “I fenced well and came through better than I thought I was going to,” he said. “The level of competition made me realise that I can never afford to make (even) small mistakes when fencing. Otherwise, when the time comes for you to be in a big international competition you will not realise that you are making a mistake and will be punished for it.”

Volunteers Needed The Red Cross recovery team couldn’t function without wonderful volunteers who give their time to help people in Christchurch.


olunteers make a difference every day – from driving a van to simply knocking on doors to see how people are doing. Volunteering is a great way to boost your own wellbeing at the same time as helping your community. Volunteering includes all of the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’: it helps us to connect, be active, take notice, give and keep learning. Red Cross’ Cross Town Shuttle is a volunteer-run service providing transport for people in Christchurch without transport of their own and unable to use public transport. Volunteer drivers and assistants take people to medical appointments and leisure activities, helping to combat social isolation and allow people to continue to lead full lives, regardless of the impact imposed by road works and post-earthquake infrastructure repairs. With plans to expand the service, Red

Cross needs more volunteer drivers and more volunteers to help with community outreach and door-knocking. Red Cross volunteers are a diverse bunch of people who come from a wide range of backgrounds. Before Anthony Seumanutafa was a volunteer on the Cross Town Shuttle, he used the service to help him get across the city. “I find it to be a good way to help and socialise with people, and a way to say thank you to all those for their help – three for the price of one.” This desire to help is what unites volunteers, says Christine Williams, outreach volunteer. “We are able to give time, empathy, a listening ear and often some contact numbers for further assistance to enable the person we visit to continue to move forward.” If you have a little spare time you could give, why not get in touch with New Zealand Red Cross now to find out how you could help make a difference too?


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conditioning and heat pump specialists and have been servicing the Christchurch area for over 12 years now. Enviro Master supplies, installs and services all the leading brands including Panasonic, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi and Daikin. This means our team can show you which system and brand will best suit your needs in either your workplace or home. We are also able to repair any brand of heat pump. Servicing your heat pump is extremely important to ensure that it is working as effectively and efficiently as possible, resulting in a healthy, hygienic heat pump, lower power bills and greater comfort. But beware, not all cleaning companies are equal. We are constantly hearing of people being charged huge amounts for servicing and all they are getting is a heat pump clean. We, at Enviro Master, are qualified engineers and therefore are able to fully test and diagnose any problems you may or may not be aware of with your heat pump. Also, as we are associated with all major brands, we are able to repair these under warranty if they are still within the warranty period. For a free in-home consultation, call Enviro Master on 366 0525 or visit our showroom at 41A Shakespeare Road, Waltham, Christchurch. We currently have savings up to $800 off the recommended retail price on selected models.


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Learning in your older years Aoraki Polytechnic


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Presentation of ACE Aotearoa Annual Award of Member of the Year 2013, Tangata Tiriti to Katherine Peet at Te Papa, Wellington. Supported by Margaret Lovell-Smith, Jennifer Leahy and Heather Clark.

enhancing social cohesion, addressing ecological concerns, increased confidence and improved career prospects. Participation in communities is another outcome related to learning. Learners often want to give something back. The Government priorities for Adult and Community Education (ACE) include literacy, numeracy, English language (ESOL), te Reo Māori and sign language. Providers all over this country offer learning in these core areas and also in many others. Courses not eligible for funding are often run with experts contributing on koha or on a low fee, or totally voluntary basis. Adult Learners’ Week/He Tangata Mātauranga is organised by ACE Aotearoa and is supported by the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO. It incorporates International Literacy Day on September 8.

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ducating adults about the world around them and helping to increase understanding of international affairs is all part of the wide-ranging education programme offered by the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA). While most Term 3 courses at the WEA are well underway two half-day Saturday seminars in September focus attention on the Middle East. ‘The Middle East, between Modernity and Traditionalism’ is the topic for Saturday, September 6, and will provide a brief historical background of the Middle East region since the emergence of Islam to the present day. The seminar will include the fall of the Ottoman Empire in the early 20th century; colonisation and post-colonisation

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friends who had studied there. The timetable was also flexible enough to fit around caring for her two children. Prior to having children, Virginia had worked as a dental assistant and had trained as an interior Aoraki Polytechnic student Virginia Smith d e s i g n e r. However, the lure of beauty therapy was strong. “As I got older I decided it was time to do something for me. This is something I really wanted to do.’’ Last year she completed the polytechnic’s Certificate in Beauty Skills programme, which is an introduction to the Beauty Therapy course. “That course was really fantastic and I got a taste of what the Beauty Therapy course would be like. I realised I could handle being a mum and studying at the same time.’’ Virginia had already set up a room in her house as a clinic. The doors will open for business once she graduates.

leading on to contemporary history; and the adoption of modernity. The tutor for the seminar is Karim Pourhamzavi, a postgraduate student in political science and sociology at the University of Canterbury. The topic for the seminar on September 20 is the BBC documentary In Search of Palestine: Edward Said’s return home, introduced by Karim Pourhamzavi. Edward Said (1935-2003) was a PalestinianAmerican whose academic works, especially his book Orientalism (1978) had a major influence on the humanities and Middle Eastern studies. To register for these seminars or to find out more about the courses on offer at the WEA email, phone 366 0285 or go online to

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How a spelling error gave Cleveland its name By Jack May


n 1796 a community of American settlers in Ohio developed into a town. The elders decided to call their town Cleaveland, after General Moses Cleaveland, a land surveyor who marked out the town’s boundaries. In 1831 the town’s first proper newspaper was formed. The editor wanted to make a big splash with the first edition, so he proclaimed the formation of The Cleveland Advertiser. There wasn’t enough width on the front page to put the big masthead type in one line, so he made an instant decision to leave out the first A in Cleaveland. No one seemed to notice and the incorrect spelling stuck to the newspaper and city it served. “Checking spelling is always important,” said Brian Morris, Principal of New Zealand Institute of Business Studies. “Whether a mistake is deliberate or accidental, the impact can last for years. “That’s what also happened to the town of Novi. When stage coaches rolled out of Detroit there were designated stopping points where passengers could alight or board the coach. The sixth stopping point had a simple trail sign ‘No VI’. Over time people who didn’t understand Roman numerals simply called the place NOVI.” Fastidious spellers who want to become professional proofreaders and book editors should request the free information pack from NZIBS Proofreading Institute. Telephone 0800 801 994. One year of training

A lifelong love of music


lthough many things have changed over the past 60 years at the Christchurch School of Music, the focus on fostering a lifelong love of music has remained constant. Adult students are now an integral part of the CSM community. Many of our adult students enjoy weekly instrumental, theory or vocal lessons, but we also offer fortnightly options or blocks of lessons to cater for students who are too busy to practise regularly. Our “Learn with a Friend” option is popular with adults who prefer learning alongside someone they already know. At CSM, we encourage our students to play in an orchestra or ensemble. Playing with others is great fun and helps students to feel a part of our fabulous musical community. Our

range of Saturday and evening ensembles is extensive and varied, and include orchestras, rock bands, jazz combos, concert bands, wind ensembles and chamber music. If affordability is an issue, CSM can provide discounts of up to 50 per cent through funding provided by the Canterbury Community Trust. Visit or phone the office on 366 1711 to find out what we can offer you.

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will enable Dip.Edit qualified people to work for publishers worldwide. Getting paid in NZ$, UK£ and US$ has its benefits. “Being 12 hours ahead of Europe gives our proofreaders a huge advantage,” said Morris. “Publishing is a 24/7 industry. Our people get paid ‘overnight service’ rates even though they mostly work 10am to 2pm in New Zealand. This suits parents with children at school.” Journalism training is also available.

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isingholme is proud to announce that the Risingholme pottery classes will host a group pottery exhibition during Adult Learners’ Week. The exhibition will feature SOUP can mugs, SOUP wall packets and other SOUP-related items. The theme SOUP is inspired by an American fundraising idea where ceramic students make bowls and then have an exhibition to auction or sell them off. The exhibition will be from September 5 to 7 at the Risingholme Community Centre. Risingholme continues to offers a wide

range of short courses to upskill, sharpen the mind and meet new people and socialise. With a large pool of tutors, new courses are added through the year. For more information on classes at Risingholme, Riccarton High School, Christchurch Girls’ High School, Shirley Boys’ High School and Hornby High School, contact the Risingholme Community Centre at 332 7359 or email The full programme for Term 4 is available at Brochures are available at the Risingholme office and public libraries.

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n extract of a small pumpkin-like fruit called Garcinia Cambogia from India and Asia has shown itself to greatly assist weight management and overall health. In fact many have found it to increase fat loss by two to three times greater than normal. The Dr. Oz Show has said it is the most effective and fastest working natural supplement to support weight loss. Even without exercise and diet changes many have found it beneficial, although even better and quicker results are often obtained with extra exercise and an improved diet. The extract of this amazing fruit is called Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA) or CitriMax. Research has shown HCA to help suppress the appetite, reduce cravings, feel fuller for longer, increase energy levels, help prevent fat from being made and stored in the body, increase lean muscle mass, increase serotonin levels in the brain that help


spire Canterbury is pleased to announce a new-look website where you can not only get the most up-to-date information on disability/mobility issues, but also browse our online shop for that little aid which might make some of those more difficult daily tasks much easier. Sign up to our newsletter and get all the latest news and new shop products delivered straight to

your computer or mobile. Go to the website and explore the services we have on offer for the elderly and impaired. Our range also includes continence products (online or on-site). So pay us a visit soon. We’re the only shop with easier living aids on the east side of the city. Our new-look shop with improved display is well worth a look. Call in and see us at 314 Worcester Street or phone 366 6189.

control mood and sleep (great for emotional eaters), improve cholesterol levels that may help reduce the chances of strokes and cardiovascular disease, help prevent sugar spikes as well as other health benefits. It is considered a very safe supplement (although check first if you are on medication) as it has been used for centuries as a flavouring agent and digestive aid. To obtain reliable results, it is important to take a product that contains a standardized extract of 60 per cent HCA and also take the recommended amount as used in the clinical research. Some supplements also contain ChromeMate, a well-researched form of niacin-bound chromium to help improve the results even more. Further information and advice is available in store at Marshall’s Health and Natural Therapy. Phone: 388 5757. Call in and talk to our naturopath and medical herbalist or one of our helpful natural health advisers.


Support and Resources for Independent Living Disability Information Service - Looking for advice or information for yourself or someone you support? We offer a “one-stop shop” service to assist people to navigate their way to organisations or services that can provide them with appropriate support or advice. Our Community Services Directory contains details of around 400 community organisations in the Christchurch and Canterbury area – a useful resource for field workers and medical centres.

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Shop /Mobile Unit - Looking to buy a folding walking stick or hire a wheelchair for when a family member is visiting from out of town? Having difficulty opening cans or putting socks on? Our shop stocks a range of products and aids for people to use around the home and when out and about. Come in and see us or visit our online shop to see our full range. We can also arrange visits to retirement homes/villages and other groups to speak about our services and products. Total Mobility Discounted Taxi Service - Aspire Canterbury is one of the largest approved Total Mobility agencies in Christchurch. The Scheme provides 50% discounted taxi vouchers to eligible people up to a maximum subsidy of $35 per trip in the greater Christchurch area. Member benefits including shop discounts, newsletters and special events. Contact us on 03 366 9093 for more details of the Total mobility scheme or visit our website. Hall Hire The Aspire Hall is available for hire along with a kitchen and accessible toilets. The hall holds up to 55 people seated and is fully accessible. Contact us for competitive hire rates.

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n Christchurch, there are almost 57,000 people living with one of the more than 140 different forms of arthritis. Arthritis can strike anyone at any age and is one of New Zealand's leading causes of disability. Arthritis New Zealand’s mission is improving the lives of people affected by arthritis. It is the leader in the provision of awareness, education, services and advocacy for arthritis in New Zealand. But we rely on the generosity of our donors, sponsors and volunteers. Arthritis New Zealand’s Annual Appeal is from September 23 to September 29. If you can spare an hour or two to assist with our collection, you can help us make a difference. Phone: 0800 663 463. And if you are unable to help us collect, you can donate when you see one of our collectors on the street on Friday, September 26. You can support us by buying a ticket for the 50s Up Brass Band concert, featuring 2014 Golden Guitar Champion Cameron Luxton, and jazz violinist Cathy Irons. Join us on Tuesday, September 23, 2pm, at the

Transitional Cathedral. Tickets are $20. Phone: 0800 663 463. Also, Blue Illusion is previewing its new collection with a special event supporting us. Enjoy drinks, nibbles and beautiful clothes on Saturday, September 13, 1pm to 4pm at the Blue Illusion Boutique. Phone: 03 348 8633 for more information or to RSVP. You can help us by buying products from companies that support us. Just look for the arthritis gerbera on the packet.

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lucomannan fibre is produced from the root of the Konjac plant. In Japan it is called the “broom of the intestines”. In the stomach, it absorbs water and expands to form a bulky fibre. Then as it passes through the intestines and bowels, it has a gentle cleansing action helping remove waste material. It also appears to slow the absorption of sugar and cholesterol from the gut. In one fourweek study of healthy men, glucomannan decreased total cholesterol, low-density lipoproteins, triglycerides as well as systolic blood pressure. Notably, triglycerides (a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease) were reduced by an amazing 23 per cent. Some studies have also shown glucomannan to help control sugar levels in diabetes as well as insulin sensitivity. Glucomannan has been shown to significantly improve symptoms of constipation and decrease fecal transit time, helping keep the intestines and bowels functioning well. This by itself may considerably improve health and help prevent chronic health problems. According to Dr Oz, glucomannan is “one of the best ways to control your hunger, the best appetite suppressant” and “nature’s skinny sponge”. If glucomannan is taken around 15 to 30 minutes before mealtimes with a large glass of water, it creates a sense of fullness by expanding to form a bulky fibre in the stomach. You feel full without feeling gassy or bloated. One study of obese individuals who took a total of two to four grams of glucomannan daily resulted in


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ell-positioned on a back section to guarantee privacy, this Fendalton property on a prime parcel of 1131-square -metre land is a superb example of how to create expansive and well-designed living spaces inside and out. Designed by Michael Idiens Architects Ltd with ease of living in mind, the house was superbly executed by master builder Les O’Connell from Hebel and Block Construction. This stylish property offers two living areas and a dining area all opening to private rear gardens and patios, while a beautiful, practical designer kitchen, including a scullery, forms the entertaining heart of the home. Four double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a separate office means there is space for all the family and friends. Attention to detail throughout the home has ensured the quality of the finish is enviably high. The absolute bonus of this property has to be the large, separate studio with its own bathroom, which gets all the afternoon sun and has doors directly to the garden. This is truly a home for all seasons where the northern aspect, combined with doubleglazing, insulation, gas fires and underfloor reticulated hot water heating add up to an energy-efficient house that is superbly warm in the colder months, while the professionally landscaped grounds incorporating two outdoor entertaining areas with Escea gas fires and an alfresco dining area are perfect for summer living.

This contemporary home is ideal for the growing family being well-placed for some of the city’s most desirable schooling options, including Fendalton Primary, Cobham Intermediate, CBHS and Burnside High. Likewise the retail and café precincts of Merivale and Fendalton are close to hand, as is a quick drive up Memorial Avenue to the airport. Our owners are moving on to their next project and serious about seeing a sold sign on the gate. Don’t miss out on securing your family’s future today as this secluded and most appealing property may not last ‘til auction day!

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Listing Number: BE192093 Hop to the Doctor next door, skip to the cafés and jump on the bus to town. This ideally located townhouse is situated close to the Beckenham shopping centre so you can leave your car at home. Extra spacious living is a wonderful feature, the vendor has had up to 18 seats in there for family gatherings. The kitchen is modern opening onto the dining area. Two good sized double bedrooms and recently refurbished bathroom add to the generous feel of this house. Sunny and private with enough garden to potter in but not so much that you can’t enjoy your weekends. Open Home Dates: Sunday 31 Aug 1:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Saturday 6 Sept 1:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Sunday 7 Sept 1:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

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