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www.times.co.nz Times Newspapers Christmas Supplement — 7 KOREA’S FINEST HOMEWARE SHOP CRAZY SALE FOR CHRISTMAS SHOP 2, BISHOP DUNN PL FLAT BUSH. PH 948 6400. Clothes Drying Airer Double-Sided Non-Stick Pan AS SEEN ON TV Slow Juicer J80 Whole Slow Juicer Fohom Natural Juicer Electric Multipurpose Grill Pan Carpa Black Box L’Equip Food Dehydrator Cutting Board & Knives Set Premium Korean Pots & Pans Alumite Ceramic Pot 12-pce Set GV2 Underwear 9-set Lunch Box/Porridge Case/Vacuum Bottle Daewon Bidet DIB-J850 Daewon Bidet DIB-J500 Blooming Bidet NB-1170R Wangia Hanger – Wardrobe Organiser Premium Standard Fix-One Touch Mount Alzip 3 No. Mat 2200x1600x29(mm) Colour Folder/Bumper/Guard/Cube FINEST KOREAN PRODUCTS Online Shop himart.co.nz $149 $89 $69 $39 Was $189 BUY 1 GET 1 FREE BishopBrownePlTeIrirangiDr Ormiston Rd BishopDunnPl Sancta Maria College Mitre 10 Harcourts Taiping Supermarket $39 BUY 1 GET 1 FREE 2200x1600x29(mm) $149 Was $189 Clothes Drying Airer AS SEEN ON TV Premium Korean Pots & Pans Lunch Box/Porridge Case/Vacuum Bottle GV2 Underwear 9-set Wangia Hanger – Wardrobe Organiser Daewon Bidet DIB-J850 Daewon Bidet DIB-J500 Blooming Bidet NB-1170R Was $129 Was $99 20% OFF 50% OFF 50% OFF 50% OFF Over 25 different models available. Priced from $69. $720 $510 Warm seat Warm water Warm air dry Warm seat Warm water Warm seat Warm water Warm air dry Standard Jumbo Grill $74 $84 20% OFF 20% OFF $299 $59 Cutting Board & Knives Set Carpa Black Box L’Equip Food Dehydrator $399 $599 $49 $159 50% OFF FREE GIFT Non-stick stone coating Stainless steel tray Glass lid 50% OFF $199 $199 Car Recoder AS SEEN ON TV CP0677-V2 HUGE SALE! 20% OFF Since 1999 $490 Was $599 Was $699 Was $249 Was $580 Was $129 Was $990 Was $950 Was $1400 By Marianne Kelly Santa and his elves will return to Burswood for the community’s annual Christmas in the park celebration. The event, organised by the East City Wesleyan Church, has become an established must-do for the Burswood community which is comprised of 550 houses. About 200 people usually attend, says one of the organisers, Lee Warmington, many not necessarily members of the church congregation and some from surrounding suburbs. Activities will include children’s nativity plays put on by two children’s groups, one made up of three to 11-year-olds and the other 11 to 18-year-olds. The children will also sing Christmas songs as a group along with two solo Christmas carol performances. A colouring-in competition comes with a chance to win a prize and Santa and his elves will lead a free lolly scramble. The event, which is supported by the Howick Local Board, is at 5.30 to 7.30pm on December 20 at Burswood Park, Burswood Drive. In the event of rain, activities will be shifted to the East City Wesleyan Church Centre at 219 Burswood Drive. For more information is online at www.ecw.org. nz, phone 273-9044 or email office@ ecw.org.nz. Santa coming to Burswood NATIVITY PLAY: Key players at Burswood will be, rear from left, Luke Sidwell (Joseph), Hannah Richardson (angel); front from left, Jack Richardson (shepherd), Anna Sidwell (Mary), Robin Warmington (donkey), Sage Warmington (sheep). Times photo Wayne Martin Easy ways to stay healthy over Christmas ■ Stay active Christmas is a great time to catch up with family and friends and have a break from our busy day- to-day routines. Don’t feel guilty about ditching the gym, instead get together with a group of friends to do a hike or bush walk and enjoy the warmer weather while socialising at the same time. Aim for a 30-minute walk or run most days. This can be done early in the morning or even later in the evening. ■ Treat yourself, but don’t overdo it! Everyone deserves a treat over Christmastime, especially with all the delicious festive delights, but moderation is key. It’s never a good feeling when you know you ate a little bit too much sweet food and are left feeling bloated and sick. Instead pick one or two things you really want to try instead of eating everything. ■ Get enough sleep With all the end-of-year celebrations and parties at this time of the year, it is inevitable you will have some late nights. The occasional late night won’t totally disrupt your health, but be conscious not too have too many over the holiday period. Inadequate amounts of sleep lead to bad food choices and also make you feel grumpy and unwell. The holidays are a great time to take advantage of the chance to sleep in, take naps and have a well deserved break. ■ Stay hydrated Because we celebrate Christmas in summer in New Zealand, it is an important time to drink plenty of water and stay hydrated in the warmer weather. It is a good idea to drink a glass of water in between all those fancy festive drinks and with a meal to help stop bloating and improve digestion. Peppermint or chamomile tea are also great to drink if you are feeling sick from eating too much as they aid digestion and prevent nausea or upset stomachs.
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