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Selwyn Times: October 09, 2018

Selwyn Times: October 09,

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2018 Locally Owned www.star.kiwi GET CONNECTED WITH Scorch Broadband • By Emily O’Connell FROM THE classroom to the catwalk. Rolleston School teacher Jade Bell will be strutting her stuff in Holiday fun Range of activities for children at Busy Bumbles Pages 20 & 21 GARdeN TOuRs | plANTs | NuRseRies | lANdsCApe desiGN | iRRiGATiON | OuTdOOR spACes Shadecraft is a locally owned company who specialise in shade and weather protection products to enhance your homes design and use of outdoor areas. the 19 Black Miss Pinup New Zealand competition next month. The competition encourages women of all shapes and sizes to feel confident, step out of their Selwyn spRiNG 2018 Gardening guide Get into the swing of Spring & Summer Welcome to the 2018 Selwyn Times Spring Garden Guide, where you’ll find plenty of ideas and inspiration for your garden… PatIoS - outdoor areaS - Car PortS SHade SaILS - uMBreLLaS - aLL WeatHer CaNoPIeS ShadeCraft (SI) Ltd • 0800 742 332 • Cell 0274 981 239 • www.shadecraft.co.nz comfort zones and to show their inner and outer beauty through the art of pin-up. For Miss Bell, also known as Miss Harmony Belle, the challenge is one she’s set herself after published by & Selwyn Times Ideas for your garden See the 16-page liftout inside STYLE: Taumutu resident and Rolleston School teacher Jade Bell has made the top 10 of the 19 Black Miss Pinup New Zealand competition. PHOTO: BRAD REEVE The sky is the limit for Harmony Belle a series of health scares. On Christmas Eve in 2004, the Taumutu resident was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. •Turn to page 8 0800 726 724 www.scorch.co.nz Drink driving message gets through • By Louis Day POLICE HAVE noticed a significant improvement in the number of motorists drinking and driving in the district over the last week. Around 100 drivers in Lincoln and Leeston were pulled over during mobile patrols at the weekend and only one was over the limit. The female driver, in her early 20s, recorded 600mcg/L on Saturday night in Lincoln, 350mcg/L over the limit of 250mcg/L. There have been 124 alcoholrelated car crashes in the district since 2013, 27 of them being either serious or fatal. Three drink drivers were stopped by police last week and four were stopped the week before that. Sergeant Phil Bayne said there was still a lot of work to be done in spite of a clear improvement. “It’s very difficult to tell over one weekend whether things have actually improved, for all we know it could increase next weekend.” Sergeant Bayne said police would continue to have a high visibility throughout the community to ensure drink driving remained low. •Turn to page 8 Need water? From consent to the pump We can help you with water wells residential irrigation lifestyle 03 324 2571 www.drilling.co.nz