Christchurch Central, Christchurch

1 day ago

The Award Winning- Rakaia Apartments

The Team from Neighbourly Property

This Wilson & Hill development was recognised by the New Zealand Institute of Architects as a 2017 Canterbury Architecture Category Award Winner and it is simple to see why. This ground floor apartment combines luxury and location for the discerning buyer looking for an easy and convenient lock… View moreThis Wilson & Hill development was recognised by the New Zealand Institute of Architects as a 2017 Canterbury Architecture Category Award Winner and it is simple to see why. This ground floor apartment combines luxury and location for the discerning buyer looking for an easy and convenient lock and leave lifestyle.

• Well established post-quake, boutique apartment
• Quality construction with 2.65m stud with floor to ceiling windows
• Excellent proportions compliment the floor plan
• Ground floor living enjoys superior outdoor living & privacy
• 2 Double bedrooms with semi ensuite/ bathroom
• Guest WC and hide away laundry
• Secure parking plus storage lock up
• Premium central city location bordering Cranmer Square
• Christchurch Girls’ & Boys’ High, Heaton and Elmwood school zone

The premium position of this luxury ground floor apartment is what makes this even more desirable. On the doorstep of Hagley Park, Victoria Street and the CBD you would find it difficult to argue that there isn’t a more exciting, vibrant and valuable position to live in our fine city.

$739,000

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1 day ago

Speed dating this Saturday Night at Catnap Cafe

Bronwyn Reader from Cat Rescue Christchurch

We are still looking for SINGLE MEN to come along to the speed dating event this Saturday night. We have a full contingent of keen lovely ladies.

Details are as below so jump on board for some fun. You don't have to love cats, you just have to love animals. Catnap is just the venue, and … View more
We are still looking for SINGLE MEN to come along to the speed dating event this Saturday night. We have a full contingent of keen lovely ladies.

Details are as below so jump on board for some fun. You don't have to love cats, you just have to love animals. Catnap is just the venue, and yes $10 of your entry fee goes to help Cat Rescue but hey it is sharing the love around and that is important also.

DID YOU KNOW: Men who like cats are awesome. Fact* 👱‍♂️🐈

Even better, we have 24 ladies who are keen to meet some awesome men at our Speed Dating event this coming Saturday! 😮 If you are, or know of, a cool dude who isn’t afraid to try something a bit different (and potentially meet someone special 🥰) jump over to our website to book a spot! - catnapcafe.co.nz/speed-dating

We still need men for all three age brackets in order for this event to go ahead: 20-30, 30-40 and 40-50. This is a great chance to meet new people, hang out with some super adorable cats and help raise much needed funds for Cat Rescue Christchurch - this event will raise at least $500 for them and with kitten season upon us they need all the help they can get! 💰

We need your help to make this happen so please spread the word by sharing: tag your mates, tag your mates‘ mates, make a sign that says ‘Toot for Catnap Speed Dating’ and stand on the corner, everything helps! 🚗

*We asked Henry and he said so. He’s got a Degree in Cat/Human Relationships from Harvard so he knows what he’s talking about. If you’re still not convinced see below for photographic evidence from the Catnap archives 📷

Go and register vi the link on the Catnap Cafe Event page on facebook.

Special thanks to Share My Pet for helping out with this event 😊

2 days ago

Rugby World Cup 2019 on Spark Sport

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3 days ago

Psychic Circle TONIGHT - Learn how to balance your Chakras!

Kim from Sydenham

What's on in Sydenham TONIGHT?

Sounds Like Spirit Psychic Circle
Trialing Tuesday nights again due to popular demand :)

Learn how to balance your chakras using Frequencies, Sound and Music! There will also be a meditation, and handouts to take home.

See you tonight!

Enter this link for … View more
What's on in Sydenham TONIGHT?

Sounds Like Spirit Psychic Circle
Trialing Tuesday nights again due to popular demand :)

Learn how to balance your chakras using Frequencies, Sound and Music! There will also be a meditation, and handouts to take home.

See you tonight!

Enter this link for more details:
www.facebook.com...

Love Kim xxx

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3 days ago

Soft plastics

The Team from Christchurch City Council

Around 45 tonnes of soft plastics end up at Christchurch's EcoSort recycling plant each month because people mistakenly believe they will be recycled.

Please put your soft plastics in the red bin. Soft plastics are any plastics that can be easily scrunched or bend in your hand like plastic … View more
Around 45 tonnes of soft plastics end up at Christchurch's EcoSort recycling plant each month because people mistakenly believe they will be recycled.

Please put your soft plastics in the red bin. Soft plastics are any plastics that can be easily scrunched or bend in your hand like plastic bags, cling film, courier bags, bubble wrap and cellophane.

For more info, head to our website at the link below.

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3 days ago

Subaru Legacy 250T

cody from Addington

For Sale: 1998 Subaru Legacy 250T wagon. 92,000 kms Low millage due to been garaged most of its life. Current W.OF and Rego. Good condition usual usage marks, minimal. see picture asking $2650.00 ONO. if keen to view text 027 7573273

Price: $2,650

7 days ago

Multimillion-dollar Lancaster Park plan approved, but there is no money

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

The 6-hectare former Lancaster Park will be converted into three sports fields once the stadium is fully demolished.

The sports fields are likely to be used for rugby and soccer in the winter and cricket in the summer. The plans also shows space for 105 car parks, toilets and changing facilities,… View more
The 6-hectare former Lancaster Park will be converted into three sports fields once the stadium is fully demolished.

The sports fields are likely to be used for rugby and soccer in the winter and cricket in the summer. The plans also shows space for 105 car parks, toilets and changing facilities, a play area, a possible sports pavilion and rose beds either side of the memorial gates on Stevens St.

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7 days ago

9kg BBQ gas tank refill

Kim from Sydenham

Hi All,

Can anyone tell me where the cheapest place to refill a gas tank is please?

Love Kim xxx

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3 days ago

Multiple Tenancy Options Here

The Team from Neighbourly Property

Located in the heart of the city, in a prime retail location right next to Ballantynes.

Multiple areas avaliable from 60m² - 112m² $850pm²
Operating Expenses $100m² (approx)

Don't miss out on this excellent spot before it's too late.

Give me a call today to discuss your … View more
Located in the heart of the city, in a prime retail location right next to Ballantynes.

Multiple areas avaliable from 60m² - 112m² $850pm²
Operating Expenses $100m² (approx)

Don't miss out on this excellent spot before it's too late.

Give me a call today to discuss your options.

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4 days ago

New blog post: Neighbourly in the news!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

We love seeing Neighbourly members mentioned in the news - and we've seen a few in the last few months. From a Neighbourly group that has united the masses right through to a neighbourhood who rallied to deliver a 250kg piano to two blind sisters - there is a lot of good going on in … View moreWe love seeing Neighbourly members mentioned in the news - and we've seen a few in the last few months. From a Neighbourly group that has united the masses right through to a neighbourhood who rallied to deliver a 250kg piano to two blind sisters - there is a lot of good going on in Neighbourly communities around the country. You can read about them right here in our latest blog post.

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4 days ago

St Albans Fruit & Vege Co-Op

Mark Hudson from St Albans Fruit & Vege Co-Op

The St Albans Fruit & Vege Co-Op aims to give people access to healthy, fresh food at a fair price and involve people in building their community.

This is run by the Community Focus Trust based in St Albans.

Each week you will receive a selection of fresh produce, with different variety most… View more
The St Albans Fruit & Vege Co-Op aims to give people access to healthy, fresh food at a fair price and involve people in building their community.

This is run by the Community Focus Trust based in St Albans.

Each week you will receive a selection of fresh produce, with different variety most weeks. All produce is seasonal and fresh. The average saving per week if brought from a mainstream supermarket is around $15.00, so you could save on average $60 per month.

St Albans Fruit & Vege Co-Op Sign Up Details:

Option 1: Set up a direct credit into our account: please fill in your surname and SPR in the reference field, so we can track all orders - this needs to be paid into this account by Friday. Our account is :
Kiwibank 38-9018-0645983-04

Option 2: Contact us on our Facebook page telling us how you wish to pay (Cash or Direct Credit), and if you will be ordering weekly or fortnightly.

Cost: $15.00

All orders are packed on a Wednesday and can be collected from Empower Church, 140 Springfield Rd, St Albans I 10:30am - 5:00pm.

As we are now using reusable bags, please bring your own bags to swap the produce over.

Contact Mark at communityfocustrust@gmail.com for more info of checkout our Facebook page.

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4 days ago

How to vote in the Local Body Elections

Emma from St Albans

How to vote - The elections are held by postal vote. If you’re enrolled to vote, your voting papers will be delivered by New Zealand Post from Friday 20 September.

The papers include your voting form, a candidate booklet and a prepaid return envelope.

Read the instructions, fill out the voting … View more
How to vote - The elections are held by postal vote. If you’re enrolled to vote, your voting papers will be delivered by New Zealand Post from Friday 20 September.

The papers include your voting form, a candidate booklet and a prepaid return envelope.

Read the instructions, fill out the voting paper with your choices, put it in the Freepost envelope provided and put it in the mail.

To make sure your completed vote is received before voting closes, post it no later than 5pm on Tuesday 8 October.

You can also deliver your vote by hand. Completed voting papers can be returned to the Christchurch City Council Civic Offices at 53 Hereford Street, or any open Council library or service centre, before noon on Saturday 12 October.

Anyone who is not able to complete a postal vote independently due to disability is invited to contact the Electoral Officer. The candidate profile booklet can be provided in larger text on request.

It’s not too late to enrol to vote!

If you’re not already on the electoral roll or aren’t sure your details are up to date, you’ll need to enrol or check first. Visit www.vote.nz... call 0800 36 76 56, freetext your name and address to 3676, or visit any PostShop.

If you aren’t on the electoral roll or haven’t received your voting papers by Wednesday 25 September 2019, you may need to cast a special vote to have your say. We can post them to you, or issue them to you from selected Council facilities. Read more here: www.ccc.govt.nz...

To request special voting documents to be posted out you can phone or email the Electoral Officer on 03 941 8681 or elections2019@ccc.govt.nz

Results - Progress results for the election will be available on the Council website, www.ccc.govt.nz... soon after voting closes at noon on Saturday 12 October.

Final results will be available between 18 and 20 October on the Council website and published in The Press.

Any questions? If you have any questions about the elections please contact the Electoral Officer, Jo Daly, by email to elections2019@ccc.govt.nz or phone on 03 941 8581.

Information about the elections is available at: www.ccc.govt.nz...

4 days ago

Strong wind watch

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

MetService has issued a strong wind watch for Christchurch.

Valid: 11 hours from 5:00pm Monday to 4:00am Tuesday.
Forecast: Northwesterly winds may approach severe gale in exposed places at times.

An update for severe weather will be issued by 10:00am Monday 16 Sep 2019.

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4 days ago

Heavy rain and strong wind warning

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

MetService has issued a heavy rain and strong wind warning for the headwaters of the Canterbury Lakes and Rivers and the Canterbury High Country.

RAIN: Valid: 12 hours from 3:00pm Monday to 3:00am Tuesday.
Forecast: Expect 100 to 140mm of rain to accumulate near the main divide, and 70 to 100m … View more
MetService has issued a heavy rain and strong wind warning for the headwaters of the Canterbury Lakes and Rivers and the Canterbury High Country.

RAIN: Valid: 12 hours from 3:00pm Monday to 3:00am Tuesday.
Forecast: Expect 100 to 140mm of rain to accumulate near the main divide, and 70 to 100m within 15km east of the divide. Peak rates of 15 to 25mm/h, with possible thunderstorms.

WIND: Valid: 12 hours from 6:00pm Monday to 6:00am Tuesday.
Forecast: Northwesterly gales are forecast to be severe at times, with gusts reaching 120km/h in exposed places.

An update for severe weather will be issued by 10:00am Monday 16 Sep 2019.

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4 days ago

Election issue October/November St Albans News

Belinda Carter from St Albans Residents Association (SARA) Inc

So many people want to represent citizens in St Albans, the October/November issue of St Albans News is full to the brim and overflowing. The bumper election issue contains snapshots of candidates for the Mayor, Council and several community wards (eg: Central, Innes, Fendalton, Papanui) and, at 24… View moreSo many people want to represent citizens in St Albans, the October/November issue of St Albans News is full to the brim and overflowing. The bumper election issue contains snapshots of candidates for the Mayor, Council and several community wards (eg: Central, Innes, Fendalton, Papanui) and, at 24 pages, our largest ever edition. A joint board meeting to hear oral submissions and discuss possible road plan changes had to be adjourned in the middle of question time (since resumed and concluded). We managed to fit a few other items of interest in there as well. Download from our website: stalbans.gen.nz...

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