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Selwyn Times: June 20, 2017

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10 Tuesday June 20 2017 Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi SELWYN TIMES ocal Views News We said: Jaz Tuihana Vivian has a label called Losers Are Cool – and her clothing is all gender neutral. You said: Kirsty Tovey – Love this. My daughter Isla stood in a shop once when she was six and asked me why all the girls clothes were pink or purple and covered in butterlies and flowers. She didn’t want to wear any of those. So we headed over to the boys department and she has been wearing boys clothes ever since, she is now almost nine. I love the idea of gender neutral clothes, well done Jaz. Cathryn Lucy – Unfortunately women can’t wear “boys” clothes forever to have the style they like, unless their body shape allows for it. Would be so good to have more styles accessible for women but made for our bodies. Jasmin Raddon – Yes. My girl has been wearing “boys” clothes for years – it is just starting to be a bit stressful now – as she is now 13 and male clothing does not really account for boobs and hips. Would love to see gender neutral clothing widespread and available everywhere, so shopping can be fun for those who fall outside of gender “norms.” Georgie Southen – Hey. Gender neutral is a simple concept for kidswear, but for adults how do you deal with the aspect of fit? As male and female bodies are different shapes. Jill Reesby – My daughter is a tomboy too, hates the girly stuff and, yes, we buy boys clothing. She is now 11 and luckily is very slim with no curves yet. Even I buy men’s clothing and shoes when I can, unfortunately I come with extreme curves, lol. Cathryn Lucy – The only difference that there actually needs to be is with the tailoring. Awesome idea. Man Dee Nurse – You are awesome Jaz. Call for more cemeteries •From page 1 Mr Pearcy told Selwyn Times if someone from outside the Rolleston township supported the cemetery, it could not be classed as an organisation thinking of themselves. “It is about putting aside for a piece of land so people have somewhere to go,” Mr Pearcy said. His comments were backed by Rolleston Residents Association committee chairwoman Leonie MacLachlan and Rolleston Community Centre committee chairman Edward Ellens. “I don’t think we need it at the moment but we will in the future,” Mrs MacLachlan said. Mr Ellens said it was not a bad idea with the way Rolleston was growing. In the past five years, the district council recorded in its maintained cemeteries there was an increase in the number of deaths from 120 in 2013 to 141 by 2017. The council’s open space and property manager Mark Rykers said the statistics were not recorded to show deaths in specific areas and people in POPULATION GROWTH: Shands Rd Cemetery (above) and Weedons Cemetery are the closest cemeteries to Rolleston township. Rolleston may choose to use a number of cemeteries. The district council estimated in the last Long Term Plan (2015-25) most existing cemeteries had a capacity of 50 years or more apart from Prebbleton and Springston cemetery. “There will likely be a trend to a greater proportion of cremations to burials as the district becomes more urbanised,” Mr Rykers said. Mr Rykers said while there is no specific land identified for a cemetery, land purchased earlier this year for a large scale park in Rolleston on the corner of Weedons and Levi Rds could be used for this purpose. •HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you think Rolleston needs a new cemetery? Email your views to georgia.oconnor@ Saturday 8 – Saturday 22 July 2017 Tickets on sale NOW! H ORNBY WORKINGMEN’S CLUB «WHAT'S ON« FRIDAY 23 JUNE, 8PM «COMING UP« SATURDAY 22 JULY, 8PM For more info go to @KidsFestNZ or TICKETS $20 AT THE CLUB SATURDAY 24 JUNE 4.30PM EDDIE SIMON 8PM IAN MAC SUNDAY 25 JUNE, 1.30PM HEART OF THE COUNTRY $6 ENTRY TICKETS $20 AT CLUB OFFICE Club CAFE OPEN 7 DAYS LUNCH & DINNER Gluten Free & Vegetarian options Chalmers Restaurant Early Bird Special 5.30pm – 6.30pm FRI & SAT Roast (4 Choices) and Free Desserts still only $22.50 Unbeatable value including your choice of fresh Veges and Salads Hornby WMC | ph 03 349 9026 | 17 Carmen Road | Hornby | Members, guests & affiliates welcome

SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi Tuesday June 20 2017 11 SCHOOLS Jump Jam kids get fundraising A FLURRY of fundraisers are under way at Lincoln Primary School in the hope of getting its top aerobic teams to this year’s national Jump Jam competition in Auckland. Fundraisers held every Friday morning have ranged from running sausage sizzles to selling hot chocolates and soup. The school needs to fundraise $6000 covering airfares, accommodation and uniforms to get to the competition in October. If all three of the school’s teams are selected 35 pupils and 10 parents will take part. LAwyERS We have over 40 years’ experience to assist you with… • Buying and Selling Houses and Commercial Property • Wills, Trusts and Estate matters • All issues facing you and your business; • Employment Law matters; • Traffic matters; • Advice regarding Retirement Villages • General Legal Advice on all matters Call John, Brendan or Andrew today 03 366 8996 Email. Airport Business Park 92 Russley Road, Christchurch 8042 “Over the last three years Jump Jam has become very popular for all children at Lincoln,” executive officer Sharon Garrett said. But the school is yet to find out if it will qualify for the competition with an announcement not expected to be made TALENTED TEAM: Lincoln Primary School’s all boys’ jump jam team- the Lincoln Freaks. The team took part in the Jump Jam regional competition last year placing third. (From rear) – Alex, Louis, Jackson, Anton, Giann, Xavier, Eric, Ollie, Josh and Alexander. HELPING HAND: Parents Travis and Vanessa Wilson cranking up the barbecue to help get Lincoln Primary School’s jump jam teams to the national Jump Jam competition in October. ​ until July. The three teams who have trialled for the competition are made up pupils aged 9-13. If the teams do not make the selection, the money raised will be carried over for next year’s competitive teams. HANMER SPRINGS LOVELY 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE Thyme Cottage is an awesome place to take time out!! • Queen bed in 1st bedroom • 2 x single beds in 2nd bedroom • Fold out couch in lounge • Sky TV • Stereo and DVD • Flat screen tv 32” • Heat pump • New kitchen • Dishwasher • Coffee machine • Slow cooker $ 120 .00 per night *mid week rates available (not during holiday periods) • Extremely well equipped kitchen • Portacot, highchair & baby bath • Toys and games for children • Front fully fenced • Private BBQ area • Reserve beside the house • About 10 minutes walk from pools and restaurants • 5 minutes walk to the Golf Course Love Apples Eve Loose Product of New Zealand$ 2 Meadow Fresh Cheese 1kg Mild, Edam & Colby NEW! Pascall Confectionery 150g-240g $ 2 49 ea $ 9 99 99 Fresh NZ Beef kg Corned Silverside kg Just Juice Fruit Juice 2.8 Litre $ $ 9 99 4 79 ea ea Quality Bakers Nature’s Fresh Bread 700g $ 2 99 ea Tegel Chicken $ 10 99 Nuggets, Bites or Steaks 800g-1kg ea Stoneleigh 750ml (excludes Latitude, Wild Valley & Rapaura Series) The magazine for gardeners who like To geT Their hands dirTy 100% We have our property managed with Hanmer Holiday Homes Book via internet or index search: 11 Dorset Street, Hanmer or phone 03 315 7336 to make a booking. Heineken 12 Pack 330ml Bottles $ 22 99 $ 12 99 ea pk Specials available South Island only from Monday 19th June until Sunday 25th June 2017 or while stocks last. Wine and beer available at stores with an off licence. Wine and beer purchases restricted to persons aged 18 years old and over.