Monday, November 19, 2018

Selwyn

Room for improvement at LU Garden Party

If the police were to write a report card about the student Garden Party at Lincoln University it would say in the comments “still room for improvement”.

Construction on Lincoln’s newest primary school on track

Lincoln's newest primary school is on track to open in January.

Rolleston’s teen music dreams

Rolleston's Nicole Taylor released her first two singles, Wondering and Energy, last month. Emily O'Connell talks to the 18-year-old about her inspiration, pursuing music and what she likes about her town.

Springfield resident’s bid for water race assistance

The district council will investigate a Springfield resident's suggestions to re-engineer the water race on his property to prevent further flooding.

Young Selwyn performers star in major production

Prebbleton's Duncan Price and Lincoln's Isla Palmer will play key roles in Showbiz Christchurch's production of Les Misérables.

Bridge unveiled in honour of Lincoln personality

A new bridge has been opened in Lincoln in honour of former Lincoln University lecturer Dr Alistair Campbell.

Ellesmere Colleg basketballers nationals-bound

Ellesmere College's senior girls basketball team is eage to make a statement at the nationals in three weeks.

Charge for sports club using reserves looked at

A district-­wide charge for sport users at recreation reserves could address ongoing issues for small clubs struggling to pay their leases.

Bates struggles against conditions at Pan-Pacific champs

Selwyn swimmer Hannah Bates had to battle against conditions and her competitors at the Pan-Pacific Championships in Fiji.

Country win but where’s the shield

Canterbury Country may have beaten Canterbury Metro for the first time in a decade but the wait for the Craw Shield drags on.

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