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63 days ago

La Nouvelle Ice maker

Bruce from Prebbleton

3yrs old in excellent condition and works well still in original box

Price: $175

More messages from your neighbours
1 day ago

Christchurch is New Zealand's second city, deal with it

Anna Williams Reporter from The Press

There's an enduring belief that Wellington is our second-largest city. We must dispel that myth, reporter Charlie Mitchell says.
Do you think Christchurch should officially be named as New Zealand's second city or should Wellington retain its title?

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8 hours ago

Free Tai Chi / Qigong Introduction Workshop

Sandy from Aidanfield

FREE Tai Chi / Qigong Introduction Workshop
Guided by experienced Chinese teacher, Sandy Jiang, an accredited provider of the Strength and Balance Programme

Come and Experience Gentle, Flowing Meditative Movements
With Energy Healing

Tai Chi Workshop: Wed, 22 Jan, 7 - 8:45 pm
Qigong Workshop: Wed, 22 Jan or Thu, 23 Jan 1-2:45 pm

Blue Sky Qigong Studio
Professional and partly mirrored studio
19 Templetons Road, Aidanfield, Christchurch
Booking essential
Register now with Sandy: sandyjsky@gmail.com, 03 2601256

Balance, Strength, Posture, Flexibility, Relaxation, Calmness, Joy & Well-being

Qigong is the foundation to Tai Chi. It is relatively simpler than Tai Chi and has more healing than Ti Chi.

Qigong is the practice of moving meditation, using the body, mind, breath, sound vibrations and Qi (energy) to initiate positive transformation within the body, mind and spirit.

Regular practice can improve your health, immune system, spine, pelvic floor muscles, core strength, serenity, relaxation and inner joy.

Beginners classes start 29 Jan Wed. and 30 Jan Thu. (school term).

13 hours ago

Council staff to rifle through recycling in bid to improve waste collection

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Are you a gold sticker recycler?
You'll soon find out as council officials start checking yellow recycling bins over coming weeks.

From Monday a four-strong team will be carrying out spot checks on 7500 bins across Christchurch and Banks Peninsula to ensure residents have not put the wrong items out for recycling.

If you get it right? You get a gold sticker slapped on your bin.

But if you've mixed your shopping receipts, bottle lids or plastic bags in with your beer bottles and plastic trays you can expect a note in your letter box with tips on how to recycle correctly.

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