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Selwyn Times: January 10, 2017

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14 Tuesday January 10 2017 SELWYN TIMES A RUN TO REMEMBER Brought to you by: Proudly supporting: New Zealand Red Cross will benefit from the funds raised by this event 9am Sunday 19 February 2017 Victoria Park Mitre 10 MEGA - A Run to Remember is a 10km charity fun run/walk to honour those who lost their lives in the February 2011 earthquake. The course features views over Christchurch, across the Canterbury Plains to the Southern Alps, allowing for reflection and remembrance. PRE-REGISTRATION ON-LINE: Adult: $18. Child (5-13 years): $13 ON THE DAY REGISTRATION: Adult: $20. Child (5-13 years): $15 Cash only REGISTER NOW www.runtoremember.co.nz

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday January 10 2017 15 News TV star paid $15k by taxpayers REAL HOUSEWIVES of Auckland star Angela Stone is getting paid taxpayer money for her styling advice – nearly $15,000 of it. Christchurch-based Ms Stone, who made waves on the reality show by gifting the other women her book on styling, is one of three stylists hired by the New Zealand Defence Force to help young people find a job. She has been helping at Burnham Military Camp. It is part of the Limited Services Volunteer programme the Defence Force runs on behalf of the Ministry of Social Development. Stone is there to provide grooming and presentation tips. Ms Stone has done 49 of these sessions and been paid $14.9k for her services, Radio New Zealand reported. Speaking to RNZ, Ms Stone said the sessions are very rewarding for the participants. “It’s competitive out there and so I’m in the empowerment business and I show these young men and young women how to make the most of themselves,” she said. Participants, aged between 18 and 24, pay $6000 for these sessions, which also teach reading, numeracy and driving. Colonel James Kaio defended the use of Ms Stone in these sessions, arguing that she is worth the money. “Since 2008 she’s been providing what the course needs. After every course they do a validation, for every module we ask the students how each module went and then we ask our staff and obviously for her and her delivery of her sessions they’ve been hitting the right mark.” The course has a 70 per cent employment rate from the 1500 people who take part each year. Ms Stone does the Burnham styling courses, while other stylists do sessions in Auckland Wellington. The reality star added that the travel time it takes her to get out to Burham is factored into her costs. Ms Stone charges $304 per session, a slight discount from her recent three-day styling course in Parnell, where tickets were $999 per head. COSTS: Television star Angela Stone has been providing grooming tips at Burnham Military Camp. REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD Are you contemplating selling your property in 2017? Want to know what we do differently and how we can get you the results you deserve? Contact Mike and the award winning team at One Agency Real Estate Specialists for a free, no-obligation appraisal today! Mike Goatley 027 249 5561 Chris Finnerty 021 274 6041 Trevor McIvor 027 444 2814 Nicola Curtis Administrator Julz Sibbe Administrator 68 Rolleston Drive, Rolleston 0800 645 346 www.oneagencyres.co.nz Real Estate Specialists Ltd Licenced REAA (2008)