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42 days ago

THOMAS AND FRIENDS AN OFFICIAL KIDSFEST ACTIVITY

Arthur from Rangiora

From 6th July until 19th July 9 am to 4 pm daily at our model railway club rooms, 13 BLAKE STREET RANGIORA, next to the Blake Street carpark, children can drive Thomas or one of his Friends on our large layout. Only 50 cents per 4 minute drive. ALSO for a gold coin donation you can visit our GREAT HALL and see the model railway layouts that we have. We will also have for sale at only $10 each, diorama kits for children to buy and make up their own mini model railway diorama. This is an ideal activity for a child and parent to do together. We have some dioramas on display to view and get ideas.
This is an official KIDSFEST activity by the NORTH CANTERBURY MODEL RAILWAY CLUB Inc.

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1 day ago

Sum up the September 4 Canterbury quake anniversary in a single word

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

What word do you associate most with the September 4 earthquake in Canterbury?

As part of Stuff's upcoming coverage of the 10th anniversary of the quake, we want to hear your memories of the day life changed dramatically for so many.

We're collecting your submissions to create a word cloud to be published on the 10th anniversary.

It may be a word that describes how your life or your community has changed, or one that takes you back to that very moment the earth shook on the morning of September 4, 2010.

To share the word you believe best sums up the 10 years since the quake, click here or email stuffnation@stuff.co.nz

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2 days ago

The covid outbreak was planned

Andrew from Swannanoa - Ohoka

This is what Gerry Brownlee would have you believe. I kid you not. And Collins backs her boy.

“The media should ask their own questions,” Gerry’s boss, Judith Collins, the leader of the National Party, sniped at reporters.

National want you to believe that Jacinda Adern deliberately released the virus in to the community to win an election - like she's worried about the outcome, ha ha ha. National, you've lost me.

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14 hours ago

RANGIORA SUNDAY MARKET.

Arthur from Rangiora

A reminder. The RANGIORA SUNDAY MARKET held in the BLAKE STREET CARPARK will be on from 9 am to 2 pm.
PLEASE use the COVID 19 tracing app. and observe social distancing
Great bargains for all from Plants, health products, hot food, handy person tools, books, puzzles, D V D "s and videos, garden tools, bikes, pet supplies, rustic bird feeders, handcrafts, woodcrafts, toys, adults and childrens clothing, potted daffodils, etc etc etc.
For the children we have THOMAS AND FRIENDS to operate on our large layout.
Don't forget the great food and coffee at FOOLS OF DESIRE at the market end of Conway lane.