101 days ago

Poll: What part does meat play in your diet?

Jonathan Milne Reporter from Sunday Star-Times

More Kiwis are cutting back on meat; more farmers are noticing the downturn. So what part does meat play in your diet?

What part does meat play in your diet?
  • 52% I eat meat most days
    52% Complete
  • 29.2% I am reducing the amount of meat in my diet
    29.2% Complete
  • 4.5% I eat only white meat
    4.5% Complete
  • 3% I eat only fish
    3% Complete
  • 7.2% I don't eat any meat
    7.2% Complete
  • 4% I don't eat any animal products at all
    4% Complete
2794 votes
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9 days ago

Are you ready for winter?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Firewood retailers are warning consumers to watch out for "cowboys" selling wet wood on social media.

Demand for firewood in Christchurch is peaking ahead of winter, with wait times for bigger loads already stretching out to more than two months.

Are you prepared or are you struggling to get enough firewood this year?

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8 hours ago

Road closure in Addington, Queen’s Birthday Weekend

Fulton Hogan

Whiteleigh Avenue in Addington will be closed for a critical railway upgrade from 6:00am Saturday 2 June to 6:00am Tuesday 5 June. KiwiRail has contracted Fulton Hogan to carry out 24 hour work.

Motorists are asked to avoid Addington and detour through Curletts Road where possible. Further detours that avoid Whiteleigh Avenue will be in place. Tower Junction Mega Centre can be entered via Blenheim Road or via Princess Street. Horncastle Arena will be accessible from Wrights Road.

We apologise for any disruption caused by this closure. For more information, please call 0800 762 334 or email cant.info@fultonhogan.com
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1 day ago

Canterbury DHB announces November opening for Christchurch outpatients building

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

The new Christchurch outpatients building will open to patients from early November, the Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) says.

The $72 million development, opposite Christchurch Hospital, will house outpatient services, clinical services, including diabetes and neurology, and Allied Health services, including physiotherapy and and speech language therapy.