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Pegasus Post: September 11, 2018

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10 Tuesday September 11 2018 Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi PEGASUS POST EXPO SUNDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 10am-3pm WIGRAM AIRFORCE MUSEUM Pay a deposit on the day and be into WIN a 4 NIGHT FIJI ISLAND CRUISE for 2 including return flights to Nadi ^ Prize value $7299 ^T’s & C’s apply. Be in to WIN A DREAM HOLIDAY FOR TWO TO THE UK * Including return flights to London & 6-day Trafalgar Real Britain Tour for two. Prize value $8000 Join us and be inspired by fabulous presentations from our experts. Time Show Time Show 10.30AM VIETNAM & CAMBODIA 10.30AM CROATIA 11.00AM SPAIN & PORTUGAL 11.00AM INDIA & SRI LANKA 11.30AM CRUISE THE MEDITERRANEAN 11.30AM WORLDWIDE ESCORTED TOURING BY JILL WORRALL 12.00PM RIVER CRUISING 12.00PM JAPAN 12.30PM ESCORTED CRUISE HOLIDAYS 12.30PM SCANDINAVIA 1.00PM ITALY 1.00PM CANADA & ALASKA 1.30PM FRANCE 1.30PM CRUISE CLOSE TO HOME 2.00PM FIRST TIME TO EUROPE 2.00PM USA 2.30PM SOUTH AMERICA The best holidays are created together. HOT.CO.NZ BARRINGTON 331 7182 I CHRISTCHURCH CITY 365 7687 I FERRYMEAD 376 4022 I HIGH ST LANES 339 3440 HORNBY 344 3070 I MERIVALE 355 2200 I NORTHLANDS 352 4578 I RANGIORA 313 0288 I RICCARTON 341 3900 SHIRLEY 385 0710 I UPPER RICCARTON 343 0869 Terms & Conditions for the UK Prize *you can enter by attending the House of Travel Expo & registering your details on the day. Competition is available for entry nationwide and one winner will be drawn and notified on the 1st of November 2018. Further terms and conditions apply, visit www.hot.co.nz/expo for full details.

PEGASUS POST Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Tuesday September 11 2018 11 SCHOOLS IMPORTERS CLEARANCE SUCCESS: Queenspark Primary School’s year 5 and 6 team will go through to the Tournament of Minds national competition in Wellington later this month. ​ Scientific minds win top award APRIL FABRIC 2 SEATER (Brown) $ 757 LIMITED STOCK AND LOW PRICES • By Georgia O’Connor- Harding QUEENSPARK Primary School pupils have put their minds to the test, winning a top award in a South Island social science competition. Pupils took part in the Tournament of Minds a problem solving school tournament aiming to teach pupils enterprise, time management and discipline to work collaboratively. The year 5 and 6 team won their section of the category and will go through to the national competition to be held in Wellington later this month. The year 7 and 8 team were also successful receiving honours/runner up. Secondary and primary schools from around the South Island took part in the Christchurch regional competition. Both the school’s year 5 and 6 and year 7 and 8 team took part in the social science category, which looks at moral and ethical issues in the 21st-century. The theme for the Christchurch regional tournament was “Don’t Fence Me In”. The year 5/6 team discussed the Berlin Wall while the year 7/8 team made a presentation on the Vikings raids during the late 8th to late 11th centuries. Deputy principal Pauline Jansen said pupils had to discuss the background, the consequences in history and the social context. She said the pupils did a “fabulous” job and she was stoked with their results. Pupils were also required to take part in a challenge where they had about five minutes to brain storm a creative response on a secret topic. The national competition will be held in Wellington on September 15-16 at Victoria University. Successful schools will go to the international competition will be held in Darwin in October. THAMES FABRIC CORNER SUITE (Black) $ 1797 CRAZY DISCOUNTS ON QUALITY SUITES JEM LEATHER 2 SEATER (Chocolate) $ 1297 JEM LEATHER 3 SEATER (Chocolate) $ 1577 OUTLET STORE KIND DEED: Marian College students have raised nearly $500 to help support women with endometriosis. Endometriosis New Zealand was presented with $454 by the students who recently ran a raffle to raise the money. The donation will go towards services and practical support for women. The students approached businesses who donated items for the raffle. Businesses included Kasia Stanicich Make Up, Riccarton Park, Stirling Sports Rangiora and The Palms. Endometriosis New Zealand hair ribbons and bookmarks were also sold, as well as one-off donations being received. From left – Marian College head girl Izzy Bloxham, national educator Tayla Gray and deputy head girl of the junior school Olivia Altenburg-Carey. ​ 99 FERRY RD, CHRISTCHURCH 03 3798249 | chchoutlet@smithscity.co.nz Limited Stock. Outlet Store items are over stocked, end of line, scratch & dent, ex display, ex repair items & more. Barbadoes St St Asaph St Ferry Rd OUTLET STORE Fitzgerald Ave