133 days ago

Rose Hughes’ latest project gives an old wooden crate a charming second life.

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Give an old wooden crate a charming second life with Resene.

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4 hours ago

Coastal cool

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Transform a simple mirror into a modern piece of art with a wonderful coastal vibe using a selection of driftwood or wood decor branches and Resene paint.

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10 hours ago

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21 hours ago

Odour from wastewater treatment plant could last months, council says

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Odours wafting from the fire-damaged wastewater treatment plant in the east of Christchurch could last for months, the council says.

One month after a fire ripped through the roofs of the two big trickling filters at the Bromley wastewater plant on November 1, an investigation into the cause of the blaze is still continuing.

The unpleasant smell wafting from the treatment plant could “unfortunately last for some time,” the Christchurch City Council said in a statement.

The odour would continue until the treatment biomass was healthy, and it could take several months for the biomass to regrow, it said. Continue reading here.

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