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CENTRAL CANTERBURY NEWS, OCTOBER 17, 2012
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KEEP COOL: Potential bumper-to-bumper traffic is a good reason why Labour
Weekend drivers should keep their cool and make their destination in one piece.
Keep cool and enjoy the
journey -- safety officer
CENTRAL CANTERBURY motor-
ists are urged to keep their cool, take
rest breaks and observe the speed
limits at roadworks over Labour
Selwyn District Council road
safety co-ordinator Ngaire Tinning
has also cautioned drivers towing
boats and trailers to observe the
maximum towing speed on the open
road of 90kmh -- keep left and pull
over when safe to let traffic pass.
Traffic volumes increase signifi-
cantly during the long weekend.
Drivers will have to share the road
with many other cars, heavy trucks,
buses, campervans, cyclists and
vehicles towing boats or caravans,''
Patience and driving savvy was of
the essence, she said. Cool air kept
drivers alert and helped avoid frus-
tration and stress on the road.
Motorists were reminded to keep a
safe stopping distance in case the car
in front stopped suddenly. All pas-
sengers should be strapped securely
and appropriate child restraints
Too many family holidays are
marred by tragedy when a crash
occurs and people aren't properly
Driver reviver, page 12.
for end of year
By MAT KERMEEN
RAGING BULL: One of the revellers tries her hand on the bucking bronco.
and Craig Shaw
all dressed up
and ready to
MADE UP: Zoe
effort with their
kept an an eye
on the party
goers with his
FLOOR MOVES: Milly Smart, Jess
Arpwood and Esther Maihi hit the
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY stu-
dents celebrated the end of lec-
tures with their annual Garden
Party on Friday.
The party -- held inside the uni-
versity grounds -- doubles for most
students as a final blowout and
chance to relax before end-of-year
A police spokesman said the
students were generally well
behaved, although he believed
there had been thousands of dol-
lars of damage done to the univer-
sity halls of residence before the
event started at 11am. So far no
complaint had been made to police
and the university was dealing
with the incident in-house.
Lincoln University strategic
communications officer Liz
Wright said there had been some
broken windows and minor dam-
age, but she did not believe it was
a major incident.
She said the university was in
the process of identifying the cul-
prits, and some students had
already come forward.
Lincoln University Students
Association president Kent Lloyd
said the event went really well,
and overall the students behav-
iour was good.
Some students went to extra-
ordinary lengths to customise
their costumes, ranging from
giant forks to animals, rugby play-
ers, police officers and
The party, which is famous for
the six before six -- six beers
before 6am -- is one of the high-
lights on the students' social
Punch before brunch and crate
before eight -- a swappa crate of
beer before 8pm -- were also ambi-
tiously planned by many students
during the fun filled day, which
included entertainment from The
Feelers and rapper Savage.
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