15 days ago

Christchurch police warn of rising burglaries in summer months

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Christchurch police are urging the public to keep their homes locked up as the number of burglary attempts is likely to rise over summer.

Area prevention manager acting Inspector Paul Reeves said summer was a more common time for burglaries, as people left windows open more and spent time in their gardens.

"It makes it easier for career criminals," he said.

Click the link below for more ways to keep your home and possessions safe this summer.

stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/108970042/christchurch-police-warn-of-rising-burglaries-in-summer-months

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15 days ago

Boy racers given the green light

Anna Williams Reporter from The Press

Christchurch authorities have come up with a plan to stop boy racers revving engines and racing off the line: Don't let them hit red lights.

Council will trial phasing the traffic lights on Bealey Ave so traffic gets a clear run down the length of the street, to reduce noise from things like stopping and accelerating, revving and burn-outs.

Do you think this will stop boy racers from revving loudly? Tell us in the comments below (please write NFP if you don't want your comments published).

stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/108891170/plan-to-halt-christchurch-boy-racer-noise-dont-let-them-stop

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13 hours ago

Be ready for 2019 with Resene

The Team from Resene ColorShop Timaru

Christmas is super busy! But so is going into the new year & what comes with it, back to work, back to school, new year new me! So why not create your own handy wall planner & easily keep track of your family’s schedule. Once you’re done simply use whiteboard markers to write on it, then wipe off & update as needed. Easy to create with Resene testpots & Resene Write-on Wall Paint. Make the most of your weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

15 hours ago

HELP US MAKE WASPS BUZZ OFF FOR GOOD.

The Team from Wasp Wipeout

They ruin our outdoor activities, attack newly hatched birds, feed on native invertebrates, eat honeydew (a food source for our native birds and insects) and cause $130m of environmental damage a year!

Every little bit counts and by contributing, you can make wasp-free regions a real possibility. Head online now to contribute

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