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Selwyn Times: March 07, 2018

Selwyn Times: March 07,

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 2018 Latest Christchurch news at Heading away? drivesmart Stay refreshed Share the load PUBLiSHeD eVeRY WeDneSDAY Week commencing WeDneSDAY, 14TH FeBRUARY 2018 OPEN HOME Broadfield jubilee One of Selwyn’s oldest primary school’s turning 150 Take a break SUMPTUOUS FIVE BEDROOMS WITH TRIPLE GARAGE Thi striking five bedroom and three living area family home in the popular Faringdon subdivision demonstrates again why Ro leston has become somewhat of a destination for those looking for space and style in a community designed with families in mind. Built in 2015, this inte ligently designed 294 sqm home presents many options for the discerning buyer. With one of the three living areas located in the bedroom wing of the home, it a lows for a fantastic teenagers retreat or private living for extended family. Five double bedrooms partnered with beautifu ly specified bathrooms, a stunning kitchen with stone bench tops and walk in pantry, study nook, and triple car garaging a l add up to seriously good living. The sun wi l do a l the work in the summer months while the fu ly ducted heat pump system wi l ensure the home is kept warm during the winter period and cool during those hot summer days. Located on a fu ly landscaped section that looks out onto a park, there’s little more one could wish for. The appeal of this home is both instant and evident with an impressive quality of finish and detailing. Viewing wi l not disappoint! ROLLESTON – 73 Dynes Road We are delighted to introduce Emily Newcombe Licensed Salesperson REAA 2008, MREINZ, LLB, BCom Emily has worked in both the legal and telecommunications sectors over the pas ten years, and has gained a wealth of experience and knowledge and learn the importance of good communication with clients and a tention to detail. Emily lives with her husband and three daughters in Coalgate and joins Matson & A lan Darfield with a fresh approach, bright ideas and is excited to make your transition through what could be one of the most importan transactions of your life, a positive and exciting experience. Emily has lived in Selwyn for almos ten years, has great local knowledge and is involved in the local community. Emily wi l put her ski ls, dedication and integrity to good use to assist you in achieving you real estate goals. She is approachable, enthusiastic and her hard working and motivated a titude means you will receive a top notch real estate service. Emily believes in honest and upfront communication and wi l go the extra mile to ensure she delivers this to you. Ca l Emily anytime for a no obligation free appraisal on your property. M-A PRICE: Neg over $795,000 M-A SOUNDING OUT: Andy Dickson from The Narcs performing at the Selwyn Sounds, held on Saturday at the Lincoln Domain. PHOTO: SHANE JONES More photos, page 4-5 MATSON & ALLAN REAL ESTATE LIMITED Jackie Derrick Contact: M 027 636 3576 E Selwyn “Delivering the service you deserve” M 021 645 695 l E OPEN HOME: Sunday 1.30pm – 2.00pm ‘The Experts’ Residential Lifestyle Rural Property MATSON & ALLAN REAL ESTATE LIMITED Licensed REAA2008 ROLLESTON PH: 03 347 9949 LEESTON PH: 03 324 3704 DARFIELD PH: 03 318 8204 • By Sophie Cornish SELWYN SOUNDS organisers are guaranteeing changes to the bar set-up for 2019, to avoid similar problems to Saturday’s event. Just under 10,000 poured into the Lincoln Domain event to see a star studded day-long 16 Page glossy lift out line-up headed by Jimmy Barnes. But long queues to buy alcoholic beverages and the fact it sold out early sent festival-goers to social media to complain. Promoter David Parlane said more bars or a bigger bar would be in place for next year’s event. “It’s our second year in, we’ve learnt and we’ll improve,” he said. Apart from the beverage issues, Mr Parlane said the concert was a “blast.” “It was a massive day, a massive crowd, we put on some fantastic acts. It was a concert with some really great international acts that entertained just Pages 16-17 It was a ‘blast’ says promoter under 10,000, it was a bit of a blast.” “It was a great music concert. We are not a wine and beer festival, we’re a music concert, that’s what you come for and that’s what we run and we ran that extremely well,” he said. Planning was well under way for next year’s event, he said. Concern over quarry truck numbers • By Emily O’Connell ONE-HUNDRED-and-twenty-five truck movements every hour. That’s what Weedons and Templeton residents may face if the proposed quarry near their areas goes ahead. Fulton Hogan says the quarry, which will be on a 170ha section of land on Dawsons, Curraghs and Jones Rds, will be there for up to 40 years. The company told Western News it is anticipating 1500 truck movements in or out of the site a day. Templeton Residents’ Association chairman Garry Kilday is concerned about the large number of trucks on roads which are already busy. “Fifteen hundred will go past a specific point everyday over a 12- hour period. Now that’s 125 truck movements per hour,” he said. Fulton Hogan said the time and days the quarry would be open was part of its resource consent application, which the company won’t divulge yet. •Turn to page 8