933 days ago

Spring cleaning? Habitat for Humanity Christchurch need your quality pre-loved goods. We'll even pick up those large hard to move items!

Habitat for Humanity ReStore - Burnside

Spring cleaning? Habitat for Humanity Christchurch need your quality pre-loved goods. Even if you have large, hard to move items like furniture, fridges and building materials we'll pick these up for free!

Support our housing program to give families in need a better life by donating your quality used goods to our Habitat for Humanity Christchurch ReStores. Phone us now to book that free pick-up.

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

Open weekdays 9-5 and on Saturday 9-3.
Map locations:
189 Waltham Rd, Sydenham bit.ly...
567 Wairakei Rd, Burnside bit.ly...

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3 days ago

Water restrictions for Christchurch to protect firefighting supplies

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Water restrictions have been introduced in Christchurch to ensure there are enough supplies to fight fires.

The ban, the lowest of four levels, means water cannot be used outside between 3pm and 9pm, with use of hoses, sprinklers and garden irrigation systems allowed only on alternate days.

People living at odd-numbered addresses should water gardens on odd dates, even-numbered houses on even dates.

Read more here

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1 day 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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1 day ago

Supermarkets Again! LOYALTY CARDS

Michele from Avonhead

So these loyalty cards, I've yet to benefit from any of them so have stopped wasting my time with it, much to the surprise of the checkout operators.

These cards are to gather information about our individual shopping habits so that the supermarket can hit us up with 'deals' that fit our profiles. I prefer incognito shopping without a spy collecting my data and selling it off to the highest bidder!

How do you find them?