22 Wednesday June 6 2018 Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi News Live in Lincoln bigger and funnier than ever LIVE IN Lincoln will once again bring laughter to the area with its third annual comedy night. The first two were successful, with comedy lovers from near and far making each event a sell out. A look at the line up for this year indicates the event may sell out even quicker than its predecessors. Live in Lincoln promoter David Parlane has cast his net even wider than before this year. “An enjoyable night in Lincoln listening to some of New Zealand’s best comedians and our international comedians as well,” he said. They include international comedian and head writer for Seven Days Nick Rado, recent Billy T Award winner Melanie Bracewell, Melbourne-based comedian Rhys Nicholson and United States comedian Wilson Dixon from Cripple Creek, Arizona. They will be under the watchful eye of equally humorous master of ceremonies, Ben Hurley. A past recipient of the Billy T Award, Hurley features regularly on Seven Days and tours extensively both here and overseas. The event will be held on October 6 at the Lincoln Event Find your new home in Branthwaite, Rolleston. modern home & land packages available in Branthwaite starting from $510,000. enjoy better living without compromise with our architecturally designed homes providing use of space, sunlight and living flow. All that in a fantastic location close to all Rolleston and the Selwyn District have to offer. we build for a fixed price & on time – guaranteed. FUNNY PEOPLE: Ben Hurley (top left) will host the upcoming Live in Lincoln comedy night which will feature Wilson Dixon, Melanie Bracewell, Nick Rado and Rhys Nicholson. Centre. Tickets are on sale now from Bridgestone Tyre Centre Lincoln, Crate and Barrel Leeston, Ticketek or by visiting www. selwynsounds.co.nz A NEW children’s book has been launched to tackle bullying head on – and it tells the story of some familiar Canterbury icons. Bayleys Canterbury and the BNZ Crusaders have teamed up to launch Ace: A Horsey Tail of Courage. Aimed at school children aged five to eight, it tells the story of Ace, a young horse who is being bullied by his peers. He dreams of becoming one of the six Crusaders Bayleys Horses which ride out at the start of every home game. The story ends well for Ace who achieves his dream, just as his real-life character did. Ace, a four-year-old thoroughbred mare was in training when the book was being written. He made his debut on the field on May 12 at AMI Stadium when the BNZ Crusaders beat the Waratahs 31-29. Holly, another character in the book who stands up for Ace, is the horse that sets the pace for the others and keeps them on track, even though she’s third in line. Ace: A Horsey Tail of Courage aims to encourage children to speak-up and report incidents of bullying whether they are the victims or witnesses. It has already been received well. Last year the OECD programme for international student SELWYN TIMES HORNCASTLE ARENA June 29 - July 1 10AM - 5PM TICKETS ONLINE: starhomeshow.kiwi Bayleys, Crusaders tackle school bullying assessment produced a report on students’ well-being. Fifteen-year-old students in 51 countries were surveyed about perceived bullying. New Zealand students reported the secondhighest rate of bullying in the OECD. Bayleys Canterbury general manager Pete Whalan said he was proud to be working with the Crusaders to deliver an important message to Kiwi kids. “The Crusaders sporting prowess, combined with the team’s reputation in the wider community and the easilyapproachable persona of the Crusaders horses, will enable the anti-bullying message to be spread among the key audiences throughout the country.” The book has been written by Friday Creative’s Katy Clook, and illustrated by Kophie Hulsbosch. There is also advice in it for parents. The books can be pre-ordered on the BNZ Crusaders website, and will be sold for $20 at the Crusaders home games against the Highlanders on July 6 and the Blues on July 14. Proceeds go to Bayleys’ principal charity, Make-A-Wish New Zealand. Show home: 1 Richmond Ave, Halswell | Open 7 days 10-4pm 03 260 0691 or 021 840 088 DISPLAY home: 74 Strauss Drive, Rolleston Branthwaite sales kiosk opening soon Generation Homes Christchurch www.generation.co.nz Best nest in the west There’s no better place to settle out west than at Falcon’s Landing. Pop in to our sales and information office, 17 Branthwaite Drive, this Thursday, Friday or Sunday from 1pm to 3pm to find out more. Contact us on 03 741 1340 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org anytime.
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