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Selwyn Times: June 14, 2016

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8 Tuesday June 14 2016 News SELWYN TIMES bananas $ 1 .88 per kg full SuPPlY Of frESh fruit AND vEgEtAblES OPEN 7 DAYS Phone 349 5952 Cnr Springs Rd & Marshs Rd, Prebbleton (next to Milanese Restaurant) Lincoln High School held its school formal recently at the Air Force Museum. The year 12 and 13 students put on their best dresses and suits and went along for an evening of fun and dancing. The theme was Las Vegas. Poker chips, dice and Las Vegas-themed signs decorated the venue. The students also awarded their fellow students positions of royalty. A king, queen, prince and princess were crowned during the formal. ROYALTY: Hayden Vallance and Alex Hardy won the king and queen title while Sophie Spencer and Bradley Morgan were crowned princess and prince. See your Orthodontist in Rolleston Orthodontist Phil Murfitt is now based at the new Rolleston Dental Centre, Tennyson Street, opposite Rolleston School. Appointments/enquiries: (03) 375 4418 DANCING FEET: Owen Hill and Cullen Neame got into the rhythm. FORMAL GOWNS: Kylie Hart, Rebecca Williams, Tabea Hoffman, Myami Oswell and Theresa Matheson-Grant smile for the camera. MOVES: Lauren McDesmott and Pippa Dold showing off their dancing skills. QUALITY IMPORTED FABRICS AT WHOLESALE PRICES High quality contemporary and classic designer curtain, furnishing and upholstery fabrics, cushions, wallpapers and chalk paint. Visit our shop at 601 Birchs Rd, Lincoln SPEND $60 OR MORE ON THE INNOXA RANGE TO RECEIVE YOUR GIFT!* Gift includes: • Summer Matte Lipstick in Romantic • Organic Gentle Cleansing Gel** • Anti-Ageing Makeup Setting Spray • Lush Lashes in Black PLUS Purchase 6 Innoxa items and get 7th item FREE Conditions apply *Limit one gift per customer, while stocks last. Spend must be in one transaction on the Innoxa range. Not valid with any other offer & excludes clearance items. **COSMOS Certified - Gentle Cleansing Gel only. Barrington Pharmacy Next to CouplaNds, 256 BarriNgtoN st Ph 332 3156

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday June 14 2016 9 ALL SMILES: Owen Hill, Fraser Godfrey, Ashleigh Bolger and Ruby McKillop happily posed for a photo. SPEAKER: Travis Egeton and Hannah Long had MC duties for the night. QUIET SIT DOWN: Joseph Barret, Jeremy Ryall, Rory Fisher relaxed on a sofa while sitting around Las Vegas inspired sings, dice and casino chips. HAPPY STUDENTS: Students were all smiles as the danced and posed for photos. Are you ready to play your part in Canterbury’s water management? We’re looking for people who want to make a difference. We’re looking for people who have expertise and want to help find solutions. If this sounds like you then applications to join the Regional Water Management Committee are now open. The committee is refreshing its community membership for the first time since 2013 to ensure new perspectives are reflected. What is the Regional Water Management Committee? The committee is a key advisory group made up of representatives from councils, Rūnanga and the community. It provides strategic water management advice to councils and industry groups to deliver the multiple targets of the Canterbury Water Management Strategy. The committee’s work helps ensure we have safe drinking water supplies, sustainable farming practices, clean rivers and streams, as well as protecting environmental, cultural, and recreational values. It’s all about warmer, drier, safer homes – recent law changes mean that working smoke alarms will be compulsory in all residential rental properties from 1 July. There will also be a staged process that requires insulation be installed. Social housing (where tenants pay an income related rent) must be insulated by 1 July 2016 and all other rental homes by July 2019. For more information or an application form please visit or phone Environment Canterbury Customer Services on 0800 324 636. Applications are due by 4:00pm, 5 July 2016. ✔ ✔ Landlords and tenants – you need to know your rights and responsibilities for keeping a warmer, drier and safer home. Learn more at RTA002CSR2