26 days ago

Have you heard of our community survey?

Karen Watson from Northgate Community Service Trust

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 by tomorrow also has the opportunity to join a prize draw for a $100 Countdown voucher!

surveymonkey.com/r/YNGJKKF
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1 day ago

Christchurch Water Tested pH 6.2 this morning

Max from Papanui

Drinking water below pH 7.3 is dangerous to our heath. 6.2 is far enough into the acidic zone that it is directly known to causing cancers in people and other animals. It is appalling that Christchurch City water is now so poorly managed they are directly contributing to and causing the development of cancer in the population across the city. To believe our so called Health services demand this level of toxic poisoning of the population is to call into question their use of the word 'Health' being allowed to be used in their services. There should be a prosecution commenced against them, their staff titles and their organisations for using the word as this is fraudulent and deceptive beyond belief. We require our water constantly maintained as alkaline and it must immediately be allowed to return to HEALTHY as apposed to the carcinogenic muck they are currently delivering to our taps.

8 hours ago

Happy Hens

Leisa from Bishopdale

Hi there I collect Happy Hens and was wondering if anyone had some for sale
Thanking you kindly
Leisa

5 days ago

Canterbury District Health Board axes oft-slated potholed and puddled car park

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

A much-slated car park that's part of a park-and-ride service to Christchurch Hospital will close and be replaced by a council parking building.

The CDHB will now use the Christchurch City Council-owned Lichfield St car park building. It has 805 parks and is regularly well below capacity.

The park-and-ride service will operate from the building from July 2.

stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/104834190/canterbury-district-health-board-axes-oftslated-car-park-full-of-potholes-and-puddles
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