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Southern View: September 06, 2016

Southern View: September 06,

FREE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 2016 379 7100 Southern View Proudly locally owned and published by Star Media Award winning publishing group Bellbird (Korimako) Spreydon, Hoon Hay, Hillmorton, Cracroft, Cashmere, St Martins, Somerfield, Sydenham, Addington, Waltham, Opawa, Beckenham, Huntsbury, Woolston Tess takes tough way to the top Tess Steel was part of the winning Cashmere High School girls’ team that competed in the South Island Secondary Schools’ Climbing Competition on Tuesday. Both the girls and boys’ teams won their categories at the competition. •Story, p12 Rowley school may move • By Caitlin Miles and Andrew King NEWS THAT Rowley Avenue School may move to another site has sent shock waves through the community. The Ministry of Education held a public meeting last week where it outlined six options for the future of the decile 1 school, including shifting sites. Wigram MP Megan Woods, who was at the meeting, said the community sent a “loud and clear” message that shifting was not a preferred option. Principal Anthony Faitaua said he did not want to say what all six options were in case it created a “community uproar”. But he did confirm to the Southern View that moving the school is an option. He said the options had been presented in light of a new school being proposed in the area. Last week, the Southern View reported that Halswell would be getting a new $15 million primary school. In 2013, media reported that Rowley Avenue School was concerned about its future because Spreydon School was being rebuilt nearby on the former Manning Intermediate site. “I understand how much school communities mean and the last thing I want to create is an uproar without all the concrete facts in front of me,” Mr Faitaua said. He said there would be more information presented to the community on September 14. Dr Woods said: “I can’t work it out, Rowley School is a pivotal part of the community. It is more than just a school.” NEW & RECYCLED CLOTHING SHOPS AT: 14 Yaldhurst Rd, Ph 03 341 5379 251 Ferry Rd, Ph 03 381 3089 94 Victoria St, Rangiora, Ph 03 310 7421 Open: Mon-Fri 10am-4.30pm, Sat 10am-2pm SUPER STORE: 320 Manchester Street (Bealey Ave end) Phone 03 365 2051. Clothes, shoes, whiteware, furniture, linen and homeware. Open: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-3pm Donations of furniture and homewares welcome during shop hours. hot finance deal on fujitsu Hot Hot Deal on 8KW Heat PumP 15 months interest free * Normal lending & deffered criteria applies Fujitsu ASTG24L 8 KW Heat Pump for Just 6.0KW $2,999 Fully Installed* PH 377 0034 Ph 377 OR 0034 0800 800 734 super citrimax Clinically researched weight management & appetite control •• Helps•stop•fat•being•made•&• stored•in•the•body •• Suppresses•appetite•&•cravings.•• Feel•fuller•for•longer •• Increases•energy•levels•&•lean• muscle•mass •• Increases•Serotonin•levels• in•the•brain •• Improves•cholesterol• &•blood•lipid•levels Mail Order Available Super Special 120 10 Capsules 5 only only•$39.90 240 BE Capsules QUICK only•$69.90 $2,599 installed Six Year “Model ASTG18KMCA” (Conditions apply) Warranty Bringing You The Best In Natural Health MARSHALLS HEALTH & NATURAL THERAPY Installed back to back, CONSULTING up to 3 metre - PRESCRIBING pIpe - DISPENSING run and electrIcal supply wIthIn 6 metres. MEDICAL HERBALISTS www.dimockheatpumps.co.nz Email: sales@dimocks.net.nz www.dimockheatpumps.co.nz 110 SEAVIEW RD • PH 388 5757 (Just past C.N.B School) 6/105 Coleridge St, Sydenham, Christchurch Email: sales@dimocks.net.nz * Conditions apply. Normal lending criteria, booking fee and annual account fee applies. Limited stock. - KNOWLEDGE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE -