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An outline development plan for
the Greenfield business areas in
Belfast, Hornby and Hornby West
has been approved by council. It
comprises 98 hectares in Belfast
and 171 hectares in Hornby and
The city council will make formal
recommendation to the NZ
Transport Agency for road
widening for Opawa Rd and Port
Hills Rd (State Highway 73) from
Brougham St to the Port Hills/
Tunnel roads -- a major route for
heavy transport to and from the
port of Lyttelton.
The owner of an illegal brothel in
Churchill St, off Bealey Ave, has
been fined $8000 in an
Environment Court ruling for
breaching the Resource
Management Act and city plan.
The brothel can no longer operate
from that site.
The city council is seeking a
meeting with Earthquake Recovery
Minister Gerry Brownlee to discuss
how an aquatic area could be
incorporated into the playground
planned for Centennial Recreation
and Sports Centre site, through
the Central Christchurch Recovery
SAFETY FIRST: The Crash Bash team, from left to right: Layna Hunt, Tainui Kuru, Stacey Lavender, Josh Goodare, Rutene Spooner (tour operator) and Tony
Show brings safety message
FIVE GRADUATES from the
Academy of Singing and Dramatic
Arts (NASDA) have embarked on
a tour of Canterbury secondary
schools with a theatre show called
Crash Bash, which is designed to
show teenagers how to stay safe
while they're out partying.
Directed by NASDA tutor Tony
McCaffrey, the production aims to
raise awareness among students
about planning ahead to make
safe decisions and choices around
driving, alcohol and their peers.
The tour started at Lincoln High
School on February 25 and runs
for five weeks, finishing at Hill-
morton High on March 27.
We have all been teenagers
and it is not easy to make the
right decisions under pressure,
but a little bit of planning before
the party means everyone can
relax and have a good time,'' cast
member Stacey Lavender, said.
Fellow actors Josh Goodare,
Layna Hunt and Tainui Kuru,
along with tour operator Rutene
Spooner, had enjoyed creating an
educational theatre production for
the students, she said.
The process of devising a piece
of theatre has been ultimately
inspiring. I am very proud of the
show and the work that has gone
on to make it what it is,'' Tainui
Tour dates still to run are:
March 8: Burnside High School
and Christ's College; March 13:
Riccarton High School and Te
Kura Kaupapa Maori O Te Wha-
nau Tahi; March 14: St Andrew's
College; March 15: St Thomas'
College; March 18: Rangi Ruru
High School; March 19: Mairehau
High School; March 20: Cashmere
High School and Linwood College;
March 21: St Bede's College;
March 22: Hornby High School
and Unlimited School; March 25:
Villa Maria College; March 26:
Catholic Cathedral College;
March 27: Hillmorton High
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