185 days ago

Cheap Haircuts in the coming weeks!

Karen Watson from Northgate Community Service Trust

Camille, the lovely hairdresser who comes to do cheap $5 haircuts at Feel Good Friday is coming not only this Friday 24th Nov, but also on Friday 8th December as well!

She will be here from 9:15am on both Fridays, however on the 8th Dec her last available time to do haircuts will be at 11:30am as she needs to be gone by 12pm. So get in quick! Camille is never not busy and $5 is an excellent price for a hair cut.

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15 hours ago

Should the city council extend its one-hour free parking scheme?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Central city retailers are urging the Christchurch City Council to extend its free inner city parking scheme, saying their new retail precinct needs help to compete with malls, especially with the arrival of winter.

The call comes after more than 380 people wrote submissions to the council urging it to extend the one-hour free parking at the Lichfield St and Art Gallery car parks beyond June 30. Another 95 are against it and about 30 have some concerns.

What do you think?

stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/104142386/debate-heats-up-over-onehour-free-car-parking-in-christchurch
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8 days ago

What should the Government's $300 million for Christchurch be spent on?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Alongside a new insurance tribunal and cash to help patch healthcare and school building deficits, the Government has delivered the city its promised $300 million to hurry the rebuild.

What do you think it should be spent on?

Share your views in the comments below. (Please tell us if you don't want your comments published in The Press/Stuff).

stuff.co.nz/the-press/national/election-2011/103989951/300m-for-Canterbury-earthquake-recovery-plus-inquiry-and-tribunal-established
2 days ago

Are you happy with ECan's new bus proposals?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Public outcry over the possible axing of six Christchurch bus routes has convinced authorities to come up with a compromise.

Some routes will be combined and the route and timing of others will be adjusted. It will contribute to a planned rates rise of about 4.9 per cent, up from the 4.5 per cent originally proposed in the draft plan.

Click the link below to see more details and let us know what you think in the comments below. (Please tell us if you don't want your comments published in The Press/Stuff).

stuff.co.nz/the-press/business/104137635/public-outcry-leads-to-christchurch-bus-route-compromise
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