35 days ago

Councillors demand staff fast-track efforts to fix Christchurch's broken roads

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

A major project to improve Christchurch’s quake-damaged roads will be fast-tracked after city councillors were left fuming by news that repairs might not start for at least 12 months.

The Government handed $40 million to the council just before the coronavirus lockdown in March to revamp scores of the city’s worst streets and overhaul accident blackspots.

But councillors were left scratching their heads on Thursday when transport bosses told them work is unlikely to start for at least a year because more planning and consultation is needed. Continue reading here.

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32 minutes ago

New Vegan Pie at Coupland’s!

Coupland’s

This one is so exciting! A long awaited vegan pie!

Wait, there's no meat?! This newbie is packed with an array of veggies, with a beautiful hint of minted peas, in a silky smooth gravy, all encased in our vegan pastry.

Whether you're vegan, flexitarian, vegetarian or even just love a mince pie, this pie tastes amazing and is for everyone!

Try one, you won't be disappointed!
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32 minutes ago

$5,000 Section Rebate - Early Bird Special

Ravenswood Developments Limited

We’re celebrating the launch of Stage 3A residential sections at Ravenswood.

Buy one of the first thirty residential sections to be sold in Stage 3A at Ravenswood by 31 August 2020 and Ravenswood will rebate your section price by $5,000.

Conditions apply. View terms and conditions at our website.
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19 hours ago

Throwback Thursday

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Traffic was heavy in Christchurch during the first week of the school holidays in May 1971.This photograph was taken in Armagh St at 2pm on May 13 when the number of cars was unusual for that time of the day.

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