Christchurch's increasing rates burden, asset sales and the need for a stadium look set to be big issues this election.
Three mayoral contenders went head to head in front of 300 people at a forum hosted by Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce at The Piano on Wednesday.
Incumbent Lianne Dalziel talked about the need to bring rates increases down, while businessman Darryll Park insisted he could make zero rates increases work and John Minto pushed for rate rises to be in line with inflation.
Hi Neighbours, would you ditch city life to live on a custom made bus?
Amber and Andy ditched city life and quit their jobs after a near death experience during the Christchurch earthquake, to live in a bus with their children, Jake, 6, and Daisy, 4.
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The Philipstown Community Hub is part of the Terracycle programme. Please drop any of the items in this pic off at the hub.
All items must be clean.
Non labelled PET 5 takeaway containers are suitable too
PM me if you cant drop off and I will see if I can arrange collection.
Hi Neighbours.I am the secretary of the above group,we meet every Monday at Hornby Workingmens club.1 till 3-30pm.We have Housie,cards and bowls,bust trips, Entertainment and sales table.If you are lonely or want to meet other seniors over 60 yrs then we are the club for you.For more information please phone Mary 03 3229066.