543 days ago

Great initiative!

Jayne Mulligan from Christchurch City Mission

At this time of year, good clothes and good shoes are a necessity to stay warm and keep healthy. The team from ASICS New Zealand want to help provide good quality shoes to more people in our community.

For every pair of shoes you donate at ASICS Dress-Smart, they'll give you $20 off a new pair. ASICS will accept any shoes, although will only donate those in reasonable condition so please donate kindly. All shoes donated will go to the Christchurch City Mission to provide for others in our community.

What a great initiative!

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1 hour ago

Rainfinity: Showering Inspired by Nature

Hansgrohe

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4 hours ago

Flatting

Paul from Linwood

Hi, looking for a large room (plus some storeage if possible) from mid Jan 2020. I come with two cats! I am 55 yo male. Very funny and clever. Perhaps not a genius but close. Fat but doing lost of exercise. Can cook but is disappointed with some of his efforts. Likes football but no Man Utd fans please. If you know anyone, let me know
Thanks peops

6 days ago

Poll: Do you support the proposed Cannabis Legislation and Control Bill?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Justice Minister Andrew Little has announced details of the draft law to legalise cannabis use.

Personal possession of 14 grams of cannabis, the sale of cannabis edibles, and growing up to four cannabis plants per household, are all included in the bill, which the public will be asked to vote "yes or no" at the 2020 general election.

Read more on the draft bill here and tell us what you think in the comments below. Will you vote yes or no, or are you yet to make up your mind?

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Do you support the proposed Cannabis Legislation and Control Bill?
  • 43.1% Yes, I support the law change
    43.1% Complete
  • 49.3% No, I do not support the law change
    49.3% Complete
  • 7.6% I haven't decided yet (tell us more in the comments)
    7.6% Complete
682 votes