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    War memorial hall to face bulldozer
    By Max Towle
    Wednesday, July 9th 2014 - Pg 3

    PROTESTERS VENTED their frustration in Moorhouse Ave yesterday after another heritagelisted building was condemned to demolition. The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority has signed off on a Christchurch Polytechnic application to have its quake-damaged World War 1 memorial ha... 

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    Safeguard for underground infrastructure
    BY TOM DOUDNEY
    Tuesday, July 8th 2014 - Pg 3

    A new insurance deal for the district's underground infrastructure is expected to reduce its exposure to risk in the event of an Alpine Fault rupture. The district council has $564.1 million worth of such assets which are currently covered only by its own $11.5 million self insura... 

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    A new life, new chapter
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    Monday, July 7th 2014 - Pg 6

    What are some of your other hobbies! I have a big garden and I love my garden. It has perennials and natives, even an orchard. In past times it was open to the public for garden tours, one was to fund raise for the Governors Bay jetty and the other for the Cathedral. Both are ruin... 

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    Saltwater pool considered
    BY GABRIELLE STUART
    Monday, July 7th 2014 - Pg 3

    A heated saltwater pool has been recommended as the preferred option for a New Brighton legacy project. But with no funding available for the project, it could be years before it is built. Community feedback on options for the project strongly favoured the saltwater pool option, b... 

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    Pharmacy closes doors in surprise move
    BY PAUL MCDONALD
    Wednesday, July 2nd 2014 - Pg 3

    McCormacks Bay Pharmacy closed its doors on Friday night. But it appears some in the community including the doctors' surgery next door were unaware the pharmacy was closing. Mt Pleasant Medical Centre had "no idea" about the closure when they were contacted on Thursday. On Monday... 

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    Cops catch 'armed' man
    By Haley Jones and Emma-Jane McLennan
    Wednesday, July 2nd 2014 - Pg 1

    A MAN allegedly carrying an air rifle caused streets to be closed down in Spreydon yesterday. The Armed Offenders Squad was sent into streets around Bayley Pl after reports of a man with a gun around 1pm. Resident Brett Lovegrove said the firearm was believed to be an air gun. Pol... 

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    Electrical fault likely cause Of fire
    BY TOM DOUDNEY
    Tuesday, July 1st 2014 - Pg 2

    A fire which burnt out a former garage and petrol station in Weedons is believed to have been caused by an electrical fault. Fire investigator Marc Reveley said he had determined the blaze was accidental, having likely resulted from an electrical failure in the wiring of the gar... 

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    Focus on Canty's weather
    BY PAUL MCDONALD
    Monday, June 30th 2014 - Pg 3

    A passion for weather could soon turn a profit for the student-run Canterbury Weather Updates Facebook page. The page began as the brainchild of Burnside High School student Josh Oliver, 17, who felt the need to provide a service specific to Canterbury during the freak storm which... 

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    'Get out' - Firefighters
    BY NICOLE LAWTON
    Monday, June 30th 2014 - Pg 3

    Firefighters are urging anyone involved in a house fire to leave immediately rather than try and fight it, after a Woolston man was lucky to escape with his life on Tuesday. "People really don't appreciate how fast these fires grow, it's better to get out quickly rather than risk ... 

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    Linwood prepares students
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    Monday, June 30th 2014 - Pg 4

    Earthquakes, dislocation and afternoon schooling at another venue hasn't stopped a revolution in teaching at Linwood College. When the earthquakes struck, Linwood College was badly damaged and students were relocated to Cashmere High School for afternoon lessons while the building... 

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    New village work begins soon
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    Monday, June 30th 2014 - Pg 3

    Work on a new $80 million retirement village at the Wigram Skies development will begin in August. The Lady Wigram Retirement Village will feature 100 villas, 54 apartments and 100 care beds including rest home, hospital and dementia facilities. More than 100 villas and apartments... 

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    New technology at Home Show
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    Friday, June 27th 2014 - Pg 3

    KITCHENS WERE installed, lights wired and grass rolled out yesterday as the CBS Canterbury Arena was transformed for The Star Home and Leisure Show. The annual show starts today, featuring more than 150 exhibitors as well as MasterChef finalist Bec Stanley cooking demonstrations a... 

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    CERA at The Star Home Show
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    Wednesday, June 25th 2014 - Pg 2

    THE CANTERBURY Earthquake Recovery Authority is the biggest player in the city's recovery. And they will be one of the 150 exhibitors at The Star Home and Leisure Show which opens on Friday. "The Home Show is part of CERA's on-going commitment to provide the public of Canterbury r... 

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    Rates rise likely tomorrow
    BY TOM DOUDNEY
    Tuesday, June 24th 2014 - Pg 2

    An average rates rise of 7.8 per cent for Selwyn residents could be approved tomorrow but an $8 million loan to Central Plains Water is off the cards for now. The district council is poised to adopt its Annual Plan at tomorrow's meeting. The plan also features more changes to the ... 

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    Bus plan extended
    BY GABRIELLE STUART
    Monday, June 23rd 2014 - Pg 3

    About 2000 submissions have been received on proposed changes to the Metro Bus Services, which will affect more than 20 routes. General submissions closed on Monday last week [June 16], but were extended for residents in Southshore and Mt Pleasant because of problems with mailer d... 

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    Work to begin on new Aranui housing units
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    Monday, June 23rd 2014 - Pg 3

    Construction is set to begin this week on the city council's eight new social housing units in Aranui. The modern one bedroom units will be warm, well insulated and well ventilated, and cater specifically for older people and those with disabilities. The units will also achieve a ... 

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    Time to review KiwiSaver investment
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    Monday, June 23rd 2014 - Pg 15

    Your KiwiSaver investment should be reviewed annually, and June is the best time to do this for a number of reasons. June is also the time to make sure the tax rate for your KiwiSaver is correct. By now, you should know what your taxable income was for the past two years, and this... 

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    Normans Rd plan rejected
    BY FIONA THOMAS
    Monday, June 23rd 2014 - Pg 3

    A plan to ban right-hand turns from Normans Rd has been rejected by the community. The Fendalton-Waimairi Community Board last week went against the recommendation of city council staff to ban right-hand turns from Normans Rd on to Papanui Rd in peak traffic times. The road has be...