32 days ago

I AM HOPE Mike King Tour

Mike Gibbs from Avondale Neighbours Group

I AM HOPE Mike King Tour is coming to the Anzac Fire Station, 137 Anzac Drive 7.00 - 9.30pm 27th November. Parking on Anzac Drive, in leeway. Local Fire Brigade Members are keen to have as many locals as poss to attend.

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18 minutes ago

How secure is your home while you are away on holidays? - Exceed we fix windows & doors

Exceed - we fix windows & doors

That moment when you are about to leave on holiday and... UH OH, your window handle breaks and you can´t leave the house unsecured

With the holiday season not too far away, now would be a good time to get all your windows & doors checked and think about how secure your home is while you are away.

Exceed have been helping New Zealanders create better, safer homes for over 29 years.

Our mobile experts can assess the conditions of all your windows & doors, determine the level of security they may require and advise on what products will best suit your needs.

Click on the link below to learn more about our window & door security solutions:

Or call us on 0800 25 25 00. For an assessment of all your windows & doors.

So when that time of the year arrives, you can just relax and enjoy a well-deserved break knowing your home is safe & secured.

From your Exceed North Christchurch team
Belinda and Brent

22 minutes ago

Important food recalls: Are you affected?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Are you affected by the following recalls?

1. Tegel brand Crumbed Chicken Burgers has been recalled as the product may contain foreign matter (small pieces of metal wire). Click here for more information and consumer advice.

2. Specific batches of its Countdown brand Trevally Fillets has been recalled as the product contains an elevated level of histamine. Click here for more information and consumer advice. Note: This product is sold in Countdown stores throughout the North Island and online.

3 days ago

What do you think of Christchurch's stadium plan?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Christchurch's roofed 25,000-seat stadium could be ready within five years but the pressure is now on to get it planned and built right.

The city council's long-awaited investment case says a 25,000 seat mostly clear-roofed facility is the best fit for the city, and could be built within the budgeted $473 million, including running costs. Temporary seating was not included but could be added later.

The chosen option would cost $472.7m to build and $485.3m to run over 25 years, of which $343m would be funded by stadium income, with an annual $4.2m council top-up.

Read more about the plan here.