Stu­dents turn trash into fash­ion in Sus­tain­able Arts Chal­lenge

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En­vi­ro­hub man­ager Laura Wragg says the event raises aware­ness about waste.

“The only con­straints par­tic­i­pants have is they can’t buy their pri­ma­ry­ma­te­ri­als new — ev­ery­thing has to be up­cy­cled, re­cy­cled and ide­ally di­verted from land­fill.”

■ En­tries have now closed. The show on June 17 is free to at­tend.

PHOTO / Andrew Warner.

Olivia Way and Becky Monks are a Christ­mas tree and present made en­tirely of paper, above.

Ella Radovanovich with her in­ven­tion Rain­ing in Won­der­land cre­ated out of re­cy­cled kia maia pa­pers, left.

Emily Len­nox, 4, is con­fi­dent on her bike af­ter a Stride to Ride les­son with Jess Mor­timer.

PHOTO / Andrew Warner.

Sarah Ad­lam with her Ki­wiana cre­ation of jan­dals, which also rep­re­sent the New Zealand flag.

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