932 days ago

Ingles is bored and wants to do pick-ups for Habitat for Humanity!

Habitat for Humanity ReStore - Burnside

Ingles is bored and wants to do pick- ups! Please phone Habitat for Humanity's ReStore on 03 420 4342 to have all your good quality, excess pre-loved items picked up, so we can continue to give more people a decent place to live.

Open weekdays 9-5 and on Saturday 9-3.

The ReStore where every sale bangs a nail!
Eliminating poverty housing in Christchurch and across the globe.

Map locations:
189 Waltham Rd, Sydenham bit.ly...
567 Wairakei Rd, Burnside bit.ly...

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18 hours ago

Spark

Harry from Hornby

Today , Friday 21 Feb I went to my brothers house to help him with a new computer! The problem turned out to be the Fib re Broadband modem , problem diagnosed by the servicing department of a very large local computer business. This firm recommended we call Spark to have it replaced. Here's the result of my phone call to Spark . Long story short, they want $99.00 what they say is 50% of the modem cost???? or they will replace it free if my brother and his wife agree to sign up for a 12 month contract... To me that's pretty bad especially since my brother has been a long time customer . What say you neighbours???

1 day ago

Looking for a fun activity this weekend ?

The Team from Citizens Advice Christchurch Area

Why not pop along to The Culture Galore Festival - tomorrow 22nd Feb at at Ray Blank Park, 46 Maidstone Road, Ilam from 12 noon to 4pm.
Our fab CAB volunteers will be there as well as activities, music and lots of yummy food to try .

3 days ago

Bus patronage decreasing as Environment Canterbury moots 9.8 per cent rates rise

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Canterbury authorities have dropped their goal of 20 million annual bus trips by 2020 as public transport use declines in Christchurch.

The service, run by regional council Environment Canterbury (ECan), is to be overhauled in a plan that will contribute to a planned 9.8 per cent rates increase – almost double what was previously forecast.

Read more here and tell us what you think of ECan's plan in the comments below.

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