62 days ago

Poll: Will you be celebrating Halloween?

Neighbourly.co.nz

Halloween is coming up on October 31, and there'll be lots of spooktacular-ly dressed trick or treaters around the neighbourhood!

Are you looking forward to seeing them? Will you be celebrating Halloween?

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Will you be celebrating Halloween?
  • 10.9% I love it - one of my favorite times of the year
    10.9% Complete
  • 2.5% I use it as an excuse to dress up!
    2.5% Complete
  • 21.7% Hate it - we shouldn't celebrate evil and darkness
    21.7% Complete
  • 36.4% It's a nuisance - I won't be answering the door on the night
    36.4% Complete
  • 28.6% It's just like any other day for me
    28.6% Complete
2266 votes
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Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

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Have you seen any great Christmas displays in Christchurch this year or know of anyone who has one? Share the details in the comments below.

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10 hours ago

We’re adjusting the electorate boundaries

Electoral Commission

We’re adjusting our electorate boundaries for the next two general elections.

By making sure each electorate has about the same number of people, we can give all New Zealanders equal representation in Parliament. It’s all balance.
If we move one of your electorate boundaries, you could end up in a different electorate to the one you’re in now – so we show you what we’re proposing before we make any changes and give you the opportunity to share your thoughts.

Have your say now at vote.nz
Find out more

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5 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.

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