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Southern View: November 08, 2016

Southern View: November 08,

FREE TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8 2016 Southern View Proudly locally owned and published by Star Media Award winning publishing group Bellbird (Korimako) Shop scan ENTER NOW! one of three $1000 SHOPPING SPREES SEE full page inside for details 379 7100 Spreydon, Hoon Hay, Hillmorton, Cracroft, Cashmere, St Martins, Somerfield, Sydenham, Addington, Waltham, Opawa, Beckenham, Huntsbury, Woolston Success rewarded No parking lines likely for Rose St TOP AWARDS: Megan Williams was awarded proxime accessit and Callum McInnes, who received dux, were all smiles as they stood with Cashmere High principal Mark Wilson at the school’s awards evening held last week at the Isaac Theatre Royal. The evening highlighted the sporting, academic and cultural achievements of the year 13 students. •Turn to page 7 for more results • By Caitlin Miles AFTER MORE than a year of waiting, yellow no stopping lines may finally be put in on Rose St. They were meant to be painted at the end of last month. But instead it went back to the community board for yet another vote – this time over placement once again. City council staff have recommended this time round that the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board put the yellow lines on the streets that intersect with Rose St, including Fairview, Marley View, Palmside Sts, and Hoon Hay Rd. Cashmere residents asked almost 14 months ago for the city council to put yellow no parking lines. There were concerns about parking along the street too close to the kerb and making it hard for other motorists to see. Lower Cashmere Residents’ Association chairwoman Sue Bye said the group had been waiting to get the lines since August last year and she doesn’t know what the hold up is. But the issue could be solved today once the community board sign off on the city council’s recommendations. Community board chairwoman Karolin Potter (left) said she was sorry to the residents and community that it had taken so long to get action, but now the work would be done. “It will be good for the community to finally see the problem taken care of, it has taken a long time to get to this point,” she said. The price has also more than tripled since the city council said they would have the work done, going from $300 to $1000 to complete the work. Once the community board have approved of the recommendations the no parking lines will be installed within three to four weeks. It’s 1965 and The Everly Brothers are playing a gig in Wellington. Will it be Bye Bye Love for Don, Phil and their fans? BLUE SKY BOYS Written by Ken Duncum. Directed by Donna Buchanan. Wednesday 9th – Saturday 12th November 8pm Nightly Gloucester Room, Isaac Theatre Royal Bookings: 0800 842 538 or online: www.ticketek.co.nz Bookings fees apply fabric house making European fabric affordable Wholesale prices direct to the public 140 Colombo Street Beckenham, Christchurch Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm, Sat: 10am-4pm Phone (03) 365 0172 enquiry@fabrichouse.co.nz www.fabrichouse.co.nz la boutique Cotton Sleepwear 98% Cotton 2% Spandex COLOURS Blue & Pink SIZES S - 2XL Made in New Zealand Shop 48 Barrington, Barrington Street Phone 03 337 6609 www.lingerieonbarrington.co.nz