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Southern View: July 24, 2018

Southern View: July 24,

TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2018 Locally Owned Vandals in Wigram Residents fed up with damage to property Golfer on world stage 10-year-old makes his mark in Las Vegas Page 3 Page 8 Board in rare bid to stop liquor store opening MILESTONE: On Friday, Heather Watson will finish up after 31 years catering at Lincoln University. ​ Hanging up the apron after 31 years • By Emily O’Connell “DREAM BIG, work hard and stay humble.” That’s the advice Halswell’s Heather Watson has after 31 years catering at Lincoln University. Currently the catering manager, Mrs Watson kick-started her career at the university as a chef in February 1987. But on Friday her journey at the university will come to an end, as Mrs Watson takes off her apron for the last time. She says spending more time with family and her husband of more than 40 years, Trevor, is behind the decision. “Well 31 years is a long time and it’s time to move on and be with family, I’ve got five grandchildren,” Mrs Watson said. She plans to have three months off “doing nothing” before deciding what her next move is. Mrs Watson has “really, really enjoyed” her time at the university and says she will miss the students and staff. •Turn to page 4 • By Julia Evans THE LINWOOD-Central- Heathcote Community Board has made a rare move in a bid to keep a controversial liquor store from opening in Phillipstown. The board has been granted leave by the Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority so it can be involved in the appeal of a decision that declined a Liquorland application for an off-licence on Ferry Rd. Chairwoman Sally Buck said it was “probably” a rare move that the board received independent legal advice and sought leave to fight the appeal. She said it was not normal for boards to seek leave, but it was what the residents were calling for. “But we’re doing a good job, I think, and listening to what our community wants. It’s clear they don’t want another bottle store.” Ms Buck said it would be “interesting” to see her board’s move set a precedent for other boards to lobby against liquor outlets in their community. •Turn to page 5 Location and Potential 1/107 Holly Road, St Albans | Listing Number: BE193077 ARTISTS IMPRESSION OF HOW ROOMS COULD LOOK FURNISHED 2 1 1 1 1 1 Your agent, Your home, Your future LICENSED SALES CONSULTANT REAA 2008 Ok we know you’ve heard it all before - surprise package, bonus features... yeah, yeah! But this little unit has some quite unique extras that you’ll want to take a look at. Nicely located in St Albans, this ground floor unit has a generous, fully fenced garden. Sunny and sheltered this outdoor space gives the unit the feel of a much larger townhouse. Added to this the tandem garage has internal access, both the size and convenience of access being features you might expect at a much higher end of the property market. Living, and dining are spacious and open plan and the kitchen adjoins these areas with a breakfast bar between. The two double bedrooms are well separated from the communal areas and the bathroom incorporates space for laundry facilities. A heat pump in the living area ensures economical year round comfort. The interior is livable but certainly not glamorous. Rent it out as it is, or re-carpet for an easy overnight transformation. Perfect for first home buyers or investors, the extras on offer here are definitely better than a set of steak knives! Open Homes Saturday and Sunday 12.30pm - 1pm P 027 777 0411 FILL UP FOR LESS WITH YOUR GOLD CARD. 15 *Terms and Conditions apply. 111-115 Milton Street Phone 332-6056 as local as you are |