11 days ago

Cheap haircuts - different date!!

Karen Watson from Northgate Community Service Trust

Cheap haircuts are NEXT week on Friday 21 September - please note the earlier date!! First in, first served in between 9:15am - 11:45am. Only $10 for a trim, or $15 for a change in style.

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6 days ago

Poll: What should the collective noun be for people from Christchurch?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Australia has its Sydneysiders, Melburnians and Brisbanians, while New Zealand has Aucklanders, Wellingtonians and Dunedinites.

But where does that leave Christchurch?

There is no collective term for residents of the Garden City and although Cantabrian is commonly used, it could equally apply to people living in Waimate or Omarama – more than 200 kilometres away.

Read more: www.stuff.co.nz...

What should the collective noun be for people from Christchurch?
  • 28.9% Christchurchians
    28.9% Complete
  • 8% Christchurchites
    8% Complete
  • 36.2% Christchurchers
    36.2% Complete
  • 5.6% Christies
    5.6% Complete
  • 21.3% Something else (share your idea in the comments)
    21.3% Complete
301 votes
5 days ago

Best fruit and vege shops in Christchurch

Anna Williams Reporter from The Press

Neat Places have collected a few of its favourite spots for picking up fresh weekly vegies. What's your go-to fruit and vege shop? Click the link below to read the full article.

stuff.co.nz/life-style/food-wine/107075095/best-spots-for-fruit-and-vege-in-canterbury

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13 hours ago

Mayor Lianne Dalziel says resource consent crisis was caused by an 'oversight'

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

An error in Christchurch's district plan that triggered a resource consents crisis in coastal communities was down to an oversight during the drafting stage by the key organisation tasked with drawing it up, Mayor Lianne Dalziel has claimed.

She has promised an independent inquiry into the fiasco.

stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/107309755/resource-consent-crisis-caused-by-an-oversight-mayor-lianne-dalziel-says