47 days ago

August 3 day Empowering Positive Change Programme

The Team from Kiwi Family Trust

Do you wonder why you think, feel and act the way you do? Do you sometimes feel like you're leaving yourself out of your own life? Do you feel stuck, or wonder which direction to go forward in? Call us on 03 963 8040 or email barb@kiwifamilytrust.org. This programme is free for anyone with a community services card, or low waged, or under 20, or with compassionate grounds.

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2 hours ago

Recognise a local here

Christchurch City Council

If you know someone who gives up their time to help others or goes above and beyond to make a big difference in their local community, now is the time to nominate them for a Christchurch City Council Civic Award.

Each year, the Christchurch City Council recognises the efforts of individuals or groups who work, on a voluntary basis, to make a positive impact in the city by giving out Civic Awards. Whether it comes from an individual, society, association, club or group, anyone can nominate a worthy candidate for consideration.
Find out more

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2 hours ago

Looking for an apprentice?

Competenz

Advertise your entry-level and apprentice roles with Competenz through our online job board, we have pre-qualified and motivated jobseekers ready to match with your organisation.
Find your next apprentice with Competenz!

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7 days ago

Old Post Office revamp taking shape in Christchurch's Cathedral Square

Jake Kenny Reporter from Community News

Hey neighbours,

Work to convert Christchurch’s heritage-listed Old Post Office building into a multi-use hospitality space is taking shape.

The Press was given a sneak peek inside The Grand, which will occupy the two-storey building in Cathedral Square, plus a large outdoor section. It is scheduled to open in December.

The space includes a restaurant, café and bars, an i-Site visitor information centre, artisan bakery, pâtisserie, florist and gift store, and a South Island food tasting experience promoting local wine, beer, cheese and meat.

Did you visit the old post office before the quakes? And will you visit this new offering once it's ready?

More pictures available in the story by clicking 'Read More' below. Please note the attached image was taken shortly after the 2011 quakes.

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