8 Tuesday September 19 2017 Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi GOLF News ADULT BEGINNERS or those who have not played for a while. • Aimed at 50+ years of age, but flexible. WHAT • Groups of 8 – 10 persons • 4 week course • Professional coaching WHEN • Monday 9th October, for four Mondays • 10.00am — One hour of professional group coaching then play five holes with support. Total time approx. 2.5 hours. WHERE • Tai Tapu Golf Course — Tai Tapu Domain COST • $85.00 for 4 weeks (Includes club hire if required) SUPER FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT REGISTRATION • www.taitapugolf.co.nz • Call club manager Steve Piper on 329 6710 • For further details email@example.com Quiz Night Every Monday from 7pm 55 Faringdon Boulevard, Rolleston 284-286 Lincoln Road, Addington Open 7 days - 9am till Late Bookings recommended, Ph: 03 260 0866 www.thepedalpusher.co.nz • By Georgia O’Connor-Harding DISCUSSIONS OVER getting a bus service to Leeston are back on the table again. The issue of buses running from Leeston through to Christchurch was put to the district council last week by Leeston Community Committee chairman Lloyd Clausen. A presentation was also made at the meeting by the Selwyn Youth Council on the Selwyn Link project. The youth council is planning to trial a bus service in future school holidays connecting Leeston, Darfield and surrounding townships with Rolleston. Mr Clausen said the Selwyn Link is a good first step but a lot of people in general would use a bus service in Leeston if it was available. At the meeting, district • By Andrew King A MAN has been arrested in connection with an alleged sexual attack at a Lincoln University student hall of councillor Mark Alexander said it would be a struggle to get a full-size bus running. Cr Alexander asked if a shuttle from the Southbridge/ Leeston area could be linked up with the larger bus services at Lincoln and Rolleston which run into Christchurch would be a more viable option. Environment Canterbury residence last week. The 18-year-old was arrested on Friday night, police said. He will appear in the district court on October 10, charged with assault with intent to data showed total boardings of buses in the district from September last year to August this year were 595,702. ECan has four buses running from the city out to the district including the Yellow Line out to Rolleston, the 80 to Lincoln, the 820 to Burnham and Lincoln, and a Red Bus Service providing morning and afternoon trips to Darfield. The Malvern Community Hub runs a bus from Darfield to the city several times a month. ECan’s public transport strategy, planning and marketing manager Edward Wright said Leeston residents were surveyed about a bus service in 2009 and Red Bus Christchurch did a survey in 2015. Selwyn Times reported in 2015 the chances of Leeston commit sexual violation. The alleged incident happened on Farm Rd last Tuesday night. Detective Senior Sergeant Scott Anderson said a Local News Now SELWYN TIMES Another call for Leeston bus service Arrest for sex attack at student residence Fire rages, homes at risk getting a bus service to Christchurch was described as “positive” by Red Bus, which was analysing responses to the residents’ survey. But nothing has eventuated from either survey since. The Ellesmere Community Vehicle Trust is considering trialling a van for Ellesmere College leavers from Leeston into the city. But a number of factors would need to be taken into consideration before the idea is put into action, including the school leavers making a commitment to patronage and if there is a big enough need for the service. HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you think there is adequate public transport in the district? Email your views to georgia.oconnor@ starmedia.kiwi woman was sexually assaulted by a man who was known to her. “This is an isolated incident and there is no concern to the wider public,” he said. 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SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Tuesday September 19 2017 9 Rubble halts further progress on men’s shed • By Georgia O’Connor- Harding PATIENCE IS wearing thin over slow progress for the construction of the new Lincoln Men’s Shed. It has taken more than a year for the shed, to be located north of the Lincoln Rugby Club, to get off the ground. The men’s shed secretary Myles Rea said it is waiting for the district council to clear a large amount of soil from the site so it can commence construction of the site. “They promised to clear some rubble from last July . . . we hoped at the end of last month we would have the foundations down,” he said. Members are now concerned if the project is not advanced quickly, it will lose its funding. The group which has received funding from organisation Pub Charity Limited for its project estimated to cost $70,000, has concerns it may lose the money if progress isn’t made. Fifty thousand dollars was WAITING: The Lincoln Men’s Shed has met further delays. donated to the project from Pub Charity Ltd in March and the men’s shed was given a deadline of three months to have the foundations down. “If the charity consider we haven’t complied with their consent who knows we may have to pay for it ourselves,” Mr Rea said. But the district council’s community projects and facilities manager Cameron Warr said the district council cleared the site in February. “The men’s shed subsequently changed the design of their proposed building, which required the district council to seek a variation to the resource consent,” he said. The resource consent was granted in July and the district council recently started additional clearing to allow for the revised design. Men’s shed member Pat Nicholas said while the project has taken a while the weather had not been kind to the district council. “We made some progress around Christmas time . . . that seems to move along quite well and then it seems to hit a road block every so often,” he said. Selwyn Times reported in July last year discussions were under way with the district council for the men’s shed. Mr Warr said the district council had provided assistance to the group since the idea was put forward including help with the establishment of the committee, their constitution and legal status, and advice on funding. Mr Rea said as well as building the shed, it hopes to eventually build on an annex to have toilets, a meeting room and kitchen. He said while there are probus clubs and walking groups in Lincoln, there was nowhere for a man to go have a yarn, a cup of coffee and make a stall or TV stand. Although a shed is yet to be built, the group has already made a contribution of “book boats” to Lincoln Primary School for them to sit and read in. •HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you think the Lincoln Men’s Shed has taken too long to be built? Email your views to georgia. firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 email@example.com www.pgmortho.co.nz CHRISTCHURCH MOTORCYCLES LTd 2013 Truimph america, immaculaTe, low km, ready To ride $10,988 2006 Ford Territory 2wd as is $2,888 1992 Yamaha XJ1200 great tourer $3,888 1998 Harley Sportster 1200cc $7,688 1993 Davidson 1340cc softail custom nice bike $8,988 2013 Triumph America 900 immaculate $10,988 2001 Harley Dyna Sport must sell urgent $10,988 1998 Harley Davidson Dyna Superglide 1450cc $11,588 2000 Harley Dyna Lowrider sp $12,488 2012 Victory Judge hi kms, cheap price, very nice bike $12,988 2013 Victory Vegas 1730cc 90hp $13,988 2011 Harley Wild Man $14,888 2016 Harley Streetbob as new $18,588 2016 Indian Chief Darkhorse $24,888 Finance insurance pH 0274386934 vIEwIng wEd, fRI, SaT Supporting motorcyclists to reduce UNFAIR ACC levies Saturday and Sunday Breakfast from 9am Gold Card lunches Mon - Fri • Roast every lunch & Sun night • Sun/Mon/Tue Desserts $10 • Mon/Tue Woodfired Pizzas $20 • Tues Quiz night - free entry & prizes • Thurs/Fri Curry Specials • Function room - Fundraisers/private dining • TAKEAWAYS AVAILABLE • Open 7 days Coffee/Lunch/Dinner Open 11.30am Mon-Fri | Ph 03 421 6481 West Melton Village, Weedons Ross Road www.twofatpossums.co.nz Courtesy Van available
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