Winning Streak For Christchurch Students
22 October 2003
Christchurch secondary school students have developed a winning streak when it comes to designing winning posters about marine biodiversity.
Cashmere High School student Anton Mather has just been presented with a digital camera for his winning entry in the Ministry of Fisheries' Term 3 marine biodiversity competition. Last term Avonside Girls' High School student Sarah Fulham won the competition.
MFish Chief Scientist John Annala presented Anton with his prize, a digital camera, for his entry, "Don't be a selfish gatherer", at the school assembly this morning (Wednesday 22 October).
The competition is designed to raise students' understanding of marine biodiversity, and continues in Term 4.
For further information please contact
Sarah Morton, Communications, Ministry of Fisheries
Tel 04 494 2370