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Selwyn Times: May 17, 2016

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SELWYN TIMES Tuesday May 17 2016 7 NEWS News tips? Email caitlin.miles@starmedia.kiwi or phone 364 7442. Your opinion? Facebook us on facebook.com/riseupchristchurch/ Award haul for athlete Storms stretch council budget FRASER WALKER-PEARCE Selwyn runner Rosa Flanagan has her sights set on next year’s world championships in London after taking out three awards at the regional athletics evening. Flanagan, 20, was awarded the junior athlete of the year, distance athlete of the year, and junior out-of-stadia athlete of the year at the Athletics Canterbury awards evening on Friday. She said the awards were a huge step for her development. “It was good, I was really very happy . . . I think I’m probably most proud of the junior athlete of the year award,” she said. The awards came after a “year of ups and downs” for Flanagan. In February, Rosa and her father Chris Flanagan made front page news after they caught an intruder in their garage. The alleged intruder, Luke Alexander Reich, has been charged with more than 40 burglaries across Selwyn. Mr Flanagan rugby tackled the man to the ground, and Rosa helped him hold the man down, while Rosa’s mother Juliet called the police. Rosa’s year was highlighted by competing at the senior world AWARDS FOR PROGRESS: Rosa Flanagan, 20, received three regional athletics awards for her progress in long-distance running this year. track and field championships as a junior competitor. She also broke steeplechase records, and set a national under 20 record in the 5000m race. However, she is now injured, and is in recovery for the next three weeks. She said this may stop her from qualifying for the Olympics. “I’m currently injured at the moment, and hope to get back running in about thee weeks . . . I was hoping to qualify for the Olympics this year, but (stuff) happens and now I can look forward to next year’s world champs,” she said. Flanagan’s coach, Maria Hassan, won coach of the year at the awards evening, which Flanagan said is a “deserved” reward. “I couldn’t be at the awards, but Maria picked up the awards for me . . . she got coach of the year, and she definitely deserves that. She has so many athletes on her hands – I don’t know exactly how many, but there are loads,” she said. The district council has nearly spent double their yearly budget on tree maintenance due to storms and growth in townships. Areas have been hit by strong winds and snow, leaving trees damaged and in need of cleaning up, adding to the cost of general maintenance. The full budget for tree maintenance is $57,000 a year but $104,000 has already been spent on trees in reserves and on council land. District council parks and reserves contracts manager Cameron Warr said the full budget would have been sufficient if not for the bad weather damaging the trees, growth in the area has also contributed to the rise in spending. Three townships have been identified as the main contributors to the over spending – Prebbleton $14,000, Lincoln $37,000, and West Melton $53,000. Mr Warr said the spending is higher in these areas due to growth and because there are more reserves in these areas. The district council also attribute the cost to contract rate negotiated being higher than originally expected and the amount and standard of maintenance being higher than anticipated in the long term plan. Don’t miss your opportunity to show Selwyn how Sensational you are! Nominations are open in the following categories: Lincoln Event Centre Saturday 30 July 2016 • Agri-Business • Arts & Culture • Community Service • Environmental • Large Business • Small Business • Sport • Tourism • Young Achiever Please note nominations are open until Friday 17 June All nominees will be offered one free ticket to the awards gala dinner at the Lincoln Event Centre, Saturday 30 July 2016. Nomination and award process • The nominee must give their permission to be nominated by signing the form or by expressing their permission via email/attached letter. • Once nominations have been received, the nominee will receive a letter of acknowledgment and details of how to redeem the free gala dinner ticket. • 2014 Award winners are not eligible to enter the same category in 2016. • You can be nominated for more than one category, however they must be on separate nomination forms. • Finalists and the winner for each category will be decided upon by judges and announced at the award gala dinner at the Lincoln Event Centre on the 30th July 2016. Visit selwyn.govt.nz/awards or you local Selwyn library/service centre for nomination forms. The Awards are a community run event so rely on the generosity and support of sponsors. There is a variety of options available so show your support for the Selwyn District and contact selwynawards@cirrusinternational.com For more information visit www.selwyn.govt.nz/awards Nominations are open! Don’t miss this opportunity to show Selwyn how sensational you are Visit selwynawards.govt.nz/awards for more information Application forms available online or from Selwyn library/service centres AGRI-BUSINESS ARTS AND CULTURE COMMUNITY SERVICE ENVIRONMENTAL LARGE BUSINESS SMALL BUSINESS SPORT TOURISM YOUNG ACHIEVER Rolleston