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Chch woman's death not suspicious NZ Newswire Updated July 19, 2012, 7:03 pm Police say the death of a woman at a Christchurch house early on Thursday morning is not suspicious. Police say a post-mortem examination on Thursday afternoon confirmed the
Fire has ripped through an abandoned house in Christchurch's eastern suburbs red zone. Three fire engines and a tanker attended the blaze on Avonside Dr after multiple emergency calls at 6.50am today. A Fire Service spokesman said the house was ''
Ministry of Awesome' established in Chch Newstalk ZB June 15, 2012, 10:13 am Everyone in Christchurch is being invited to become a Ministry of Awesome. The new ministry's been established to inspire creativity and innovation in the city and use some
Seven-day eviction notice for Chch tenants NZ Newswire June 15, 2012, 8:06 am Nearly 16 months after the February 22 earthquake, 20 tenants of a quake-damaged Christchurch housing complex have been given seven days to get out. Christchurch City
Chch buses to stop at 6pm, start again tomorrow Environment Canterbury, Fuseworks June 7, 2012, 4:44 pm All Christchurch bus services will stop running at 6.00 pm. If you are travelling home by bus, you are advised to start your journey now. The
Govt to make Chch budget announcement NZ Newswire May 17, 2012, 5:03 am A major funding boost for infrastructure as part of the Canterbury rebuild is expected to be announced in Christchurch on Thursday. Prime Minister John Key and Earthquake
New CBD planning to begin with 'anchor projects' Newstalk ZB May 14, 2012, 5:40 am The new consortium charged with the task of drawing up a new Christchurch CBD will kick off their first full week of work by focusing on the city's 'anchor projects'.
Boffa Miskell will be the lead company in a consortium that includes representatives from Populous, Woods Bagot, Sheppard and Rout, Warren and Mahoney, and RCP. They have been given the massive task of coming up with the blueprint for how a new
Chch teenager missing NZ Police, Fuseworks May 8, 2012, 9:03 pm Christchurch Police have concerns for the whereabouts of a Christchurch teenager, who has gone missing from her home address tonight. Kirsty May Isitt, aged 16 years, was last seen in
52 pm The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority has spent nearly $60 million demolishing earthquake damaged buildings...Because of that in October last year another $50 million was added, and in March this year $20 million was transferred to the