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Selwyn Times: May 31, 2016

Selwyn Times: May 31,

FREE TUESday May 31 2016 379 7100 EXHIBIT NOW! Selwyn Times Proudly locally owned and published by Star Media Award winning publishing group Kea (Nestor Notabilis) SHOW 1ST-3RD JULY 2016 HORNCASTLE ARENA Contact Vanessa Fleming 021 914 565 Ladbrooks, Tai Tapu, Leeston, Lincoln, Southbridge, Prebbleton, Halswell, Rolleston, Templeton, Burnham, West Melton, Darfield, Arthurs Pass New Rolleston focus in sex worker murder • By Andrew King and Caitlin Miles SELWYN RESIDENTS could hold the key to helping police determine whether a car central to the Renee Duckmanton homicide case was in Rolleston. Police are asking for anyone with information about a silver 1997 Audi in the Rolleston area on May 15 to contact them. Detective Inspector Darryl Sweeney released details about the car to the Selwyn Times on Friday but declined to comment further. Police believe the vehicle may have been in and around the Izone business park around Jones Rd and Hoskyns Rd area. A male, on foot, may have been observed by a member of the public from 6-8am in that area heading towards the BP Connect Rolleston on State Highway 1. A silver Audi was removed from a Blankney St address in Hornby on Thursday by police as part of their inquiries into the homicide. A 31-year-old a butcher from Ilam appeared in court charged with murdering the sex worker on Friday. Judge Gary MacAskill granted the man name suppression and remanded him in custody without plea to the High Court on June 10. Police would also like to speak to the occupants of a lightcoloured motor vehicle sighted on Main Rakaia Rd, Rakaia, about 7.40pm on May 15. The vehicle may also have been in Leeston about 7.50pm. Ms Duckmanton was last CAR OF INTEREST: A silver Audi A4 like the one above was seized by police investigating the murder of Renee Duckmanton (left). Police want the public’s help in identifying its movements in Rolleston. seen alive in the Christchurch red light district, near the intersection of Manchester St and Peterborough St, about 9pm on May 14. Detective Inspector Sweeney said CIB and forensic specialists had seized a number of motor vehicles across Christchurch and had begun detailed examinations of those, as well as four residential addresses. Anyone who may have information or a positive sighting are being asked to phone 363 7400 or if they want to provide information anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. More rooms for schools LINCOLN HIGH School and Lincoln Primary School are about to gain some much needed new classrooms. Yesterday, Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye announced funding for nine new classrooms for the primary school and six for the high school. The new classrooms are expected to be completed by early 2017. Lincoln High deputy principal Stephen Rout said the growing roll meant the classrooms were well timed. “Our school has grown really quickly, we’re at about 1700 students now, so we really had no spare space,” he said. Lincoln Primary School principal Viv Butcher said the school was delighted at the announcement. “It is reassuring to our parent community too that we will have brand new teaching spaces for the kids,” Mrs Butcher said. The school already has five modular buildings under construction to house the growing number of pupils. THe school is teaching some of its pupils in its library, hall and on the former Environment Canterbury premises on Edward St as a temporary measure while the classrooms are completed. Ashbrook by Horncastle Affordable lifestyle living. Two, three and four bedroom living options available at Faringdon from $399,000. FROM $399,000 LOT 645 2 bedroom units Faringdon, Rolleston 2 1 1 1 FROM $449,000 LOT 645 3 bedroom townhouses Faringdon, Rolleston 3 1 2 2 FROM $525,000 LOT 644 4 bedroom townhouses Faringdon, Rolleston 4 1 2 2 HHST_310516 0800 NEW HOME — Proud Naming Partner of Horncastle Arena 03 348 8905