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The Star: May 25, 2017

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16 Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi Thursday May 25 2017 News Call for dog park based in central city • By Bridget Rutherford THE CENTRAL city could get a dog park to cater for the people and their pets moving back in between the four avenues. The Linwood-Central- Heathcote Community Board will ask Fletcher Living, which is building the East Frame residential development, to install a dog park as part of the Seagers Gin or Ivanov Vodka 1 Litre 29 .99 each Label 5 Whisky 1 Litre 34 .99 each Vodka Cruiser 7% 250ml 12 Pack Cans or KGB 275ml 12 Pack Bottles 19 .99 pack DB Export Gold, Draught or Tui 330ml 24 Pack Bottles 33 .99 pack Jacob's Creek 750ml (excl Sparkling, Reserve, Double Barrel) 8 .99 each Collect Fly Buys or Airpoints for every $20 spent. project. Board members decided to make the written request at their meeting last week. The board had discussed the idea at previous meetings, and Fletcher Living asked it to make a formal request for it to install one. A Fletcher Living Jack Daniel's No. 7 Whiskey 700ml 36 .99 each Jim Beam White & Cola or Canadian Club & Dry 330ml 10 Pack Cans 19 .99 pack Corona 355ml 18 Pack Bottles 36 .99 pack Peter Yealands 750ml (excl Pinot Noir & Syrah) Peter Yealands Pinot Noir 750ml 14 .99 each 11 .99 each Deon Swiggs The Ned 750ml (excludes Chardonnay & Pinot Noir) The Ned Pinot Noir 750ml 22 .99 each 14 .99 each Coruba Rum 1 Litre 37 .99 each Billy Maverick 7% 250ml 18 Pack Cans 29 .99 pack Somersby Cider 330ml 12 Pack Bottles 22 .99 pack Oyster Bay 750ml (excl Pinot Noir & Sparkling) Oyster Bay Sparkling 750ml 17 .99 each 15 .99 each spokeswoman said once they received the request, they could look into it. “We are committed to implementing a space activation programme that helps bring people back to the central city.” City councillor Deon Swiggs said a lot of people mentioned there was a lack of places to exercise their dogs Jim Beam White Label Bourbon 1.125 Litre Chatelle Napoleon Brandy 1 Litre 34 .99 each 41 .99 each Double Brown 330ml 18 Pack Cans 21 .99 pack Henry’s guide to bitter CHRISTCHURCH: AVONHEAD • BARBADOES ST • BISHOPDALE • HOMEBASE SHIRLEY • HORNBY • MOORHOUSE AVE • PARKLANDS • ROLLESTON • TOWER JUNCTION • WOOLSTON • YALDHURST • TIMARU • RANGIORA • KAIKOURA • GREYMOUTH • QUEENSTOWN • ALEXANDRA • DUNEDIN • NELSON: RICHMOND Henry’s encourages safe & responsible use of alcohol. Shout prices run from Monday 22nd May until Sunday 4th June 2017 or while stocks last. near the central city when he was election campaigning last year. He said with more people to move into the central city, it would be needed. As part of rule changes that came into effect last year, dogs are now allowed back into Cathedral Square, New Regent St, Cashel Mall and Victoria Square if they are leashed. Woodstock 5% 330ml 12 Pack Bottles or Cody's 7% 250ml 12 Pack Cans is better! Whatever your taste in beer (or wines and spirits!), at Henry’s we’re sure to satisfy even the most discerning palate with our extensive range. Drop by soon, we look forward to seeing you! 19 .99 pack Speight's Gold Medal Ale or Summit Lager 330ml 15 Pack Bottles Jameson Irish Whiskey 1 Litre 46 .99 each Steinlager Pure or Tokyo Dry 330ml 12 Pack Bottles 22 .99 pack 21 .99 pack Diesel & Cola 7% or Captain Morgan Rum & Cola 5% 330ml 6 Pack Cans 12 .99 pack Heineken 330ml 15 Pack Bottles 28 .99 pack GENEROUS: Gladys Madondo, of Shakti Ethnic Women’s Support, is presented a cheque from airport chief aeronautical and commercial officer Justin Watson. PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS Groups benefit from travellers’ generosity • By Bridget Rutherford The Star FOURTEEN COMMUNITY groups and projects have collectively received more than $25,000 to aid them with their initiatives. The money came partly from travellers coming and going from Christchurch Airport. International and domestic travellers, as well airport visitors, can put money in the donation box. Those donations are collected, converted and put into the fund before the airport tops it up with a large donation. Last week’s recipients included CCS Disability Action, to fund a free community concert, Canterbury Charity Hospital for a community garden, Learn Active towards a vehicle to transport students to education events, and Watch This Space, which is a website that helps people locate street art in the city. International Track and Field Trust got funding to buy a mobile pole vault run-up for athletics meetings. Canterbury Athletics coach Bill Boyd said they hoped to use the run-up for athletics events, such as The Big Shot, which runs in the central city. He said the funding would help attract more people to the sport, which had become more widely known since pole vaulter Eliza McCartney won bronze at the Rio Olympics last year. “It just means the sport’s able to be accessible and portable so we can run it anywhere.” Other recipients included Neighbourhood Trust, Quilt Symposium, Phillipstown Community Hub, Shakti Ethnic Women’s Support, CoCA, Citizens Advice Bureau, Home and Family Society and Oxford Football Club. Special Children’s Christmas Party, which the airport has supported through the fund over the last couple of years, was also among the recipients. Airport chief aeronautical and commercial officer Justin Watson said there was a record number of applicants for this round. He said the fund aimed to support groups and projects that made a tangible difference in their community. The groups and projects spoke passionately of the work they did in their communities, he said. Applications for funding from the grant are open twice a year, and groups and projects can apply for the funds. •The next round of applications open on September 8. Apply for funds at communityfund

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