We at Northgate, in conjuction with the Papanui Baptist Freedom Trust are undertaking a survey to find out what local people identify as the strengths and challenges facing the community located in Papanui and the surrounding neighbourhoods. Now is your chance to have a say!
Everyone who completes a survey also has the opportunity to join a prize draw for a $100 Countdown voucher.
Fill out the survey here: www.surveymonkey.com...
UPDATE: The baby has arrived! She was born at 4.45pm, weighing 3.31kg (7.3lb). The PM's office say both mum and baby are doing well.
The New Zealand Prime Minister arrived at hospital to give birth early Thursday. It will be her and partner Clarke Gayford's first child.
We're looking for Cantabrians who are knitting, crafting, baking or planning any kind of special gift for the new baby.
If this is you, please comment below or email firstname.lastname@example.org (let us know if you don't want your comments published in The Press/Stuff)
The truth about the poisoning of Christchurch's pure clean water has now to be further muddied by new Council appointments to ensure they can continue poisoning our water. Their new 'secret' unnamed department's purpose is to ensure the taste and smell disappears so we won't know what they are doing and stop complaining. The Council is now moving the goal posts as to just taste and smell. This will ensure they can make the health stats of cancer and dementia here the same as everyone else. So they will continue with chlorine and will be able to add fluoride and any other mass medications they can think of without it being detected or mentioned. They are going to deal with the issues as some sort control platform of public relations information so we will be swamped in make believe dishonest science as has already taken place. TIME FOR THE COUNCIL TO GET REAL, GET HONEST AND MAKE CHRISTCHURCH SAFE FROM THIS CORRUPTION.
Plans to revitalise Cathedral Square could be put at risk by work on the Anglican cathedral, which is yet to begin.
Cathedral Square's business and property owners fear the drawn-out cathedral rebuild saga will make a mess of all other plans for the area.
Laws passed in December give the upcoming Christ Church Cathedral repair project access to all public parts of the square, including roads, for up to 15 years.