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8 hours ago

Another book sale?

The Team from Red Cross Shop Woolston

Hi everyone
Our kids book sale was such a success we thought let’s do it again, but this time adult books, all fiction and non fiction $1.00. For a limited time.

Also we welcome any furniture donations, some criteria may apply.
Open 7 days Monday - Fri 9.00am - 5pm. Sat 10.am - 4pm and Sunday 10.am - 3pm.
683 Ferry Road behind Domino’s

6 days ago

Poll: What should the city council do about Christchurch's new stadium budget blow-out?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

From reporter Steven Walton:
Christchurch’s 30,000-seat stadium, Te Kaha, has blown its budget by at least another $50 million, Stuff understands.

City councillors will soon have to decide whether they either increase the $533m budget once again, head back to the drawing board or pause the project.

Council staff are refusing to comment on the spiralling costs, saying more information will be available in the coming weeks.

But the council has advised the Treasury of issues with the budget, a spokesperson for the Government department said. Read more here.

What should the city council do about Christchurch's new stadium budget blow-out?
  • 71.4% Increase the budget and get it finished
    71.4% Complete
  • 5.5% Pause the project, wait and see
    5.5% Complete
  • 19.2% Head back to the drawing board
    19.2% Complete
  • 3.9% I'm not sure/something else (share your thoughts in the comments below)
    3.9% Complete
562 votes
19 hours ago

Help our elderly

Alistair from Sydenham

What we are looking for are any tvs and or little radios we can give to rest homes

We have found 90% of the rest homes are in lockdown due to covid being found in them

This means that the residents are confined to their rooms this is rather unfortunate as many do not have tv or radio in their rooms

So we are seeking any tvs and or radios and ariels we can drop off to the rest homes
Its bad enough being in isolation as many of us know but doubly hard for them as they cant have families visit either and then stuck in their room staring out the windows would be torture so am hoping some members may be able to help no bigger than 50inch due to space constraints in many rooms