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Selwyn Times: May 02, 2018

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6 Wednesday May 2 2018 Latest Christchurch news at News Kim’s Fashion Quarterly from Kim Taylor —Viva La Moda The Season of the Sleeves it’s all about the sleeves this winter and sleeve detail can be seen on all sorts of garments. Bell sleeves are a major trend with plenty of variations. Knitwear with bell or frill sleeves is also making an appearance as a new trend. We are also seeing coatagins (Longline knits) with bell type sleeves as well as coats. Vests remain as strong as ever for this season and work very well with the sleeves in that you can add warmth but without hiding the beautiful sleeve detail. Ponchos are also right on trend and again work well with the fabulous sleeves. We have showcased the fabulous wine coloured Jendi knit ($125) with a grey ivyblu Wynona skirt ($159). Another pretty top with bell sleeves is the pink floral Augustine top ($159) which our mannequin is wearing with the new LTB jeans ($239). Ketz- Ke have produced a lovely warm winter dress this season in coral with frill detail on the sleeves. it is a longer midi length which pleases many, ($139). it looks equally good dressed up with nude or black boots or dressed down with sneakers. ivyblu are very well known for their pretty tops and this wine coloured Roxy top is no exception ($179). We have paired it back with a black ivyblu Wynona skirt ($159). A fabulous warm knit is shown here in coral. it’s called Augustine Coralina knit and of course features the beautiful sleeves ($199). This knit can be worn casually with jeans or dressed up for going out. All of these styles plus many more are available at Viva La moda now so come on in and have a try on. CATCH ME IF YOU CAN: Andy Kitson of the Lincoln Lizards makes a break and is watched in admiration by Stephen Larkham (right). PHOTOS: MARTIN HUNTER Golden age for Lizards •From page 1 “That’s the culture that most of the golden oldies do. You start off the game with a port and then at half-time you have another one . . . you give the opposition a drink as well and then the ref,” said Tweedy. THe Lizards are now mulling over the idea of attending the 2020 Golden Oldies World Rugby Festival in Denver. A decision is expected to be made after several meetings at the pub. CELEBRATING 2 YEARS of our Christchurch branch FREE Quotation FREE Installation FREE Aluminium Track for Christchurch customers PROFESSIONAL CUSTOM MADE CURTAINS 25 Picton Avenue Riccarton, Christchurch P 349 4888 E SELWYN TIMES PACE: Keith Stanaway, Justin Thyne and Jeremy Hopson of the Lincoln Lizards against the Port Macquarie Whitsunday Whales. Trusted brand + Experienced hands = Results you can count on! Free appraisals Proven selling methods Living and selling local Residential specialist Mary Westwood 021 557 731 03 347 4711 Four Seasons Realty 2017 Ltd | Licensed Agent REAA 2008 -Kim Taylor All of the fashion featured in the images is available from Viva La Moda Rolleston Shop 12, Rolleston Square, Rolleston. Phone 347 1151 ROLLESTON LAW Rolleston Office: 78A Rolleston Drive, Rolleston Darfield Office: Darfield Business Hub, 68 South Terrace W: T: (03) 374 2547 M: 021 148 6221 Richard Gray E: Anita Molloy-Roberts E: Kate Warren E:

SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at Wednesday May 2 2018 7 Strong support for Anzac service LINCOLN FAMILIES and residents once again gave strong support to the local community Anzac Day service, held in the Lincoln Event Centre, with about 650 attending. The district council’s chief executive officer David Ward read extracts from the wartime diaries of his grandfather, who served in France in Word War 1, and father, a prisoner of war in Germany in World War 2. “I hope their diary entries share something you have all come to know through hearing or reading about the experiences of your own family members,” he said. “Every family has its legacy of war experiences. It is important for our generation to acknowledge the enhanced quality of our lives, resulting from the efforts of those who served •From page 1 “We’ve had to accept that the ground is not a viable option and we’ve left the farmland idea with the rugby union for them to consider but I wouldn’t get REMEMBRANCE: Lincoln Scouts Douglas Roper and Ashley Sturgess with the Scouts’ Anzac wreath at the Lincoln War Memorial. ​ their country.” Selwyn District Council, Lincoln University and more than 15 local organisations, supported the Lincoln service. my hopes up,” Mr Scott said. Crusaders chief executive Hamish Riach said the venue for the match was still to be confirmed. Lincoln Scout Group members, under Ross Wallace, formed a guard of honour at the Lincoln War Memorial during the service. Darfield may lose Crusaders match “But we are in the process of planning for the match, and once again look forward to bringing this pre-season game to fans with the support of Farmlands.” Anchor Sour Cream, Cottage Cheese or Country Goodness Dips 250g NEW SEASON $ 2 99 ea $ 2 Tip Top Bakery 89 Supersoft Bread 700g NEW SEASON ea Eta Thick Cut Nando’s Peri-Peri Hot 140g $ 1 99 ea Satsuma Mandarins Loose Product of New Zealand $ 6 49 kg Jazz Apples Loose Product of New Zealand$ 3 49 kg Hellers Fresh NZ Burgers 400g or Pre-Cooked Sausages 1kg Plain (excludes ANY 2 FOR Flavoured Variants) $ 11 99 Pams Pizza 400g $ 2 79 ea Wither Hills 750ml (excludes Pinot Noir) Speight’s Gold Medal Ale or Summit Lager 12 Pack 330ml $ 18 99 pk $ 12 99 ea Specials available South Island only from Monday 30th April until Sunday 6th May 2018 or while stocks last. Wine and beer available at stores with an off licence. Wine and beer purchases restricted to persons aged 18 years old and over.