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Southern View: May 22, 2018

Southern View: May 22,

TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2018 Locally Owned www.star.kiwi Pool site chosen Smith St will be home to a new pool for Woolston-Linwood Post-quake crime spikes Drinking spots areas for trouble June 29 - July 1 EXHIBITORS BOOK NOW vanessa.fleming@starmedia.kiwi Page 3 Page 6 Surfers pay tribute to Rangi in paddle out PHOTO: WWW.SURFERSWALL.COM REMEMBERED: Well-known surfer Rangimaria King was honoured with a paddle out on Saturday. • By Georgia O’Connor-Harding A PADDLE out to honour a well -known surfer who passed away after a short battle with cancer was held on Saturday. Families, friends and fellow surfers gathered at the north ramp near the New Brighton Pier to remember Rangimaria (Rangi) Adrian Te Otimi King, 42, who died from liver cancer on May 4. Described as an “outstanding WIN a holiday in Fiji - how does that sound? Reconnect with life and be in to win. Purchase hearing aids in May or June and we’ll put you in the draw to WIN a $5000 trip for 2 to Fiji. Call now to book your free hearing check and free trial! surfer” and a “New Brighton legend”, King was a professional surfer whose career took off in the late 1980s. He was a member of the New Zealand scholastics team and his career highlights included beating former professional surfer Martin Potter. King was competing at the Konica all stars skin contest at Sandon Point, Wollongong, when he beat Potter in the early 1990s. •Turn to page 5 021 914 565 Liquor decision could go to appeal • By Bridget Rutherford LIQUORLAND IS considering whether to appeal a decision that rejected its application to open a store in Phillipstown after the community rallied to stop it going ahead. The district licensing committee declined the Liquorland application to operate a bottle store on the corner of Ferry and Aldwins Rds. Liquorland has until May 30 to appeal it. Chief executive Brendon Lawry said Liquorland was “disappointed” with the committee’s decision and was considering its options regarding an appeal. The decision came after objections by health officials, residents, police and nearby Linwood College. The application came from Steve Crotty and Michael Scott, who also own Liquorland Riccarton. They said the store would also service Ferrymead to Sumner. In its decision, the committee acknowledged the pair had more than 20 years of experience and their systems and staff training were of a high standard. But it said the seller could not control how the alcohol was consumed. •Turn to page 5 Healthy Eye Protection seeing is believing BUY TODAY $41.90 Ashburton 03 307 8949 Blenheim 03 579 5353 Fendalton 03 351 3535 Greymouth 03 768 5528 Halswell 03 322 4326 Rangiora 03 310 7355 houseofhearing.co.nz *Offer on the purchase of selected hearing aids, valid to 29th June 2018. T&Cs apply. Convenient ONCE DAILY gel capsules contains 30 - 1 month supply Optometry only BARRINGTON, 256 Barrington Street PH 332 1730 | www.suckling.co.nz