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Selwyn Times: March 14, 2018

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SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Wednesday March 14 2018 7 News Health officials to apologise •From page 1 The review of Liam’s death is still active before the Coroner. Mr Booth said he was concerned about Liam’s case and questioned who else the CDHB could have let down. “Who else have they let down? Who else is waiting on something?” Mr Booth said. Mental Health Services acting general manager Barbara Wilson said the CDHB wished to sincerely apologise to Mr Booth for the lack of acknowledgement of his complaint into Liam’s care when he was brought to its emergency department in September. She said the CDHB received Mr Booth’s complaint on October 11. “We can assure Mr Booth that the points raised in his complaint will also be addressed in the Serious Event Review,” Ms Wilson said. The Serious Event Review is the CDHB’s process when there has been a serious adverse event to identify opportunities to improve its systems and processes. A family adviser will be in communication with Mr Booth and Liam’s family to provide updates on the progress of the review. Eighteen days before his death, Liam had threatened to harm welcome to the famous grouse hotel serving locals since 1868 himself at Halswell Quarry Park. Liam was taken to Christchurch Hospital for assessment before he was LOSS: The Canterbury District Health Board will apologise to Geoff Booth and his family over the stalled investigation into the death of his son Liam. discharged. Mr Booth has since told the CDHB that hospital staff had wrongly discharged Liam and taken his word he was not going to harm himself. Mr Booth has told Selwyn Times he is determined to continue “beating the drum”. On March 23, he will be taking part in the 24hr Shear-A- Thon event in Rangiora to raise funds for suicide prevention and mental health. •For more information on the 24hr Shear-A-Thon, or to volunteer, go to the 24 Hour Shear-A-Thon page on Facebook, where there is a link to a Givealittle page. Local News Now Fire rages, homes at risk Football club wins top Canty award •From page 1 The club of the year award is further recognition of the outstanding work being done at the club. 2017 saw Selwyn United gain promotion to the Mainland Premier League and become the first club in the country to attain ‘quality club mark two’ accreditation. The QCM programme aims to identify, support and highlight football clubs in New Zealand which are well-run, communityfocused organisations. “The club has a clear vision and a number of their people have brought in to this, allowing the club to work toward a common goal,” said Mainland Football’s Community Football Manager Martin Field-Dodgson. On Saturday, Selwyn will play their first ever match in the MPL when they host Coastal Spirit at Foster Park. “The team are really excited to prove themselves in the top division. We think we’ve got a really good shot of being able to get into the top five and gain a spot in the new South Island competition,” said Sudlow. Selwyn United was formed with the merger of the Rolleston and Ellesmere football clubs in 2012. The club currently has about 1400 members. Come and watch Super Rugby on the big screen Crusaders vs highlanders kick-off 7.35pm on Saturday 100% CapITal GaIn To The ResIDenT this weeks SPECIALS monday House @ 7.30pm All you can eat ribs* tuesday Kids eat 1/2 price all day Club night from 4pm thursday Thirsty thursday from 4pm Steak night $15 friday Spin the wheel from 8pm saturday Live music sunday $13 roast all day 2 Gerald Street, Lincoln • P: 03 325 2408 open from 7am every day proud to be a major sponsor of the lincoln rugby club GET CONNECTED WITH Scorch Broadband 0800 726 724 www.scorch.co.nz CoMe anD see ouR now CoMpleTeD Two bedroom villas priced from $400,000 E S T A T E Phone. 03 421 7796 | Email. sales@woodcroftestate.co.nz 34 KENDON DRIVE, ROLLESTON, CANTERBURY RollesTon’s only ReGIsTeReD ReTIReMenT vIllaGe • 30 years experience in the retirement industry • Two or three bedroom villas with single or double garage • An investment with 100% capital gain • On Site Manager and a Pavilion and a bowling green • Show home open Monday to Friday 10am to 2pm www.manorgroup.co.nz