As part of our ongoing commitment to Ronald McDonald House Charities, Ray White Inline Realty are again bringing the magic of Christmas to families staying at the Christchurch Ronald McDonald House this festive season.
This is a great opportunity for the community to get behind this cause and to donate gifts for these families. Gifts can be dropped at either of Ray White Inline Realty’s offices in Bishopdale (Parkside Plaza Bishopdale) or Strowan (55 Blighs Road).
Please drop off your unwrapped presents to our offices by 5pm 16th December 2019.
We appreciate your support and if you have any further questions, please contact us on 0800 YELLOW or send us a message.
It has been a busy day in the kitchen for us today. A huge donation received but oh such fun unpacking boxes. Here are some items for sale. 14 Yaldhurst road, Upper Riccarton
Good morning. We have had this little gem donated but we are a little baffled what it’s use is. Is anybody able to enlighten us?
Three red light cameras will be switched on later this year to catch motorists illegally running through intersections in Christchurch.
A red light camera was installed at the intersection of Bealey Ave and Madras St in 2018, but it had only been used to collect data and no infringements had been issued from it.
A Christchurch City Council spokesman said two more red light cameras would be installed in the third quarter of this year: one at the intersection of Manchester St, Pilgrim Pl and Moorhouse Ave, and the other at the intersection of Gasson St, Madras St and Moorhouse Ave.
Infringements would start being issued from all three cameras after the new ones were installed, a police spokesperson said.
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