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Jazz dancer claims world title
By EMMA CROPPER
HIGH POINT: Natasha Boon takes flight in competition.
HIGH POINT: Natasha is dwarfed by the trophy
she won in Las Vegas.
A RANGIORA jazz dancer has
leaped her way to the top in winning
a world title in Las Vegas.
Natasha Boon, 13, won the
Starpower World Championship
Miss Teen title in the middle of her
three-week tour dancing in America,
and picked up a stack of trophies to
add to her trophy cabinet.
Performing a lyrical dance called
The power of the dream in an angelic
white costume, Natasha qualified for
the grand final by gaining one of the
top five scores the previous day for
three of her dances.
When they announced Natasha as
the winner, she said: It was
amazing, I couldn't believe it and
couldn't stop smiling''. She said she
competed in the top category -- power
-- where her competition was incred-
ible''. Her winning trophy is 6 feet
(1.82 metres) tall and towers over
the petite dancer, who had to buy a
new suitcase and dismantle the
trophy to get it home.
Natasha travelled to the United
States with seven members of the
Levings School of Dance.
Natasha's teacher, Avril Levings,
said she was bursting with pride'' at
Natasha's winning performance.
When they announced her as the
winner, Levings said she turned
around to the rest of my dance school
and grinned like a Cheshire cat. It
was very exciting''.
Natasha is a hard worker in
class,'' Levings said.
She's in a group of high achievers
in dance who are determined and
feed off each other.''
The group won many prizes for
their group dances, but Levings said
that Natasha's win was the icing on
Natasha also picked up five firsts,
two seconds and one third in
America. However, there is no rest
for the home-schooled teen yet. Her
mum, Trudy, said she will be
straight back to a gruelling training
schedule as she balances school and
a New Zealand's Got Talent audition.
FROM Page 1
Pubs in furore over alcohol policy
consumed, and the more harm will
be experienced by that population''.
Data included to support the
CDHB submission showed there had
been 375 admissions of Waimakariri
patients to hospital in 2012 that
were directly attributable to alcohol.
Canterbury Police district com-
mander Gary Knowles said that the
LAP was potentially the single
biggest crime prevention tool of
The police submission did not sup-
port the LAP's proposed hours for off-
licences, stating that 9am to 9pm
would be preferable.
Waimakariri police reported that
between 6pm on Saturday nights
and 6am on Sunday mornings, more
than 90 per cent of incidents atten-
ded in the area had alcohol as a sig-
nificant contributing factor.
Some submissions from on-licence
owners highlighted one of the conclu-
sions in the council report, which
said police identify problems with
uncontrolled alcohol supply and con-
sumption is most often through pri-
vate parties than licensed premises''.
In his submission, Bob Blair, of
Monteiths Rangiora, questioned the
sense in changing an arrangement
that had been accepted as not prob-
lematic''. He said fewer licensed
premises, where the public can drink
in a regulated environment, will
mean more drinking in unregulated
Of the 65 submitters to the draft
LAP, 20 will present their views to
the council's hearing panel today.
Deliberations on all of the submis-
sions are open to the public, and will
take place at 2.30pm on August 12 at
the Wamakariri District Council's
Rangiora Service Centre.
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