Friday, July 28, 2017

Remand for sexual grooming using Facebook

A 51-year-old man ​has been remanded on bail after being charged with the sexual grooming of a 15-year-old youth on Facebook.
A North Canterbury school was in lockdown after an incident at a nearby property.
It is the battle of the beach suburbs as Sumner and New Brighton square off in the plate final of the metro rugby competition on Saturday.
The Governor's Bay Jetty Restoration Trust is running a drop-in consultation session on Sunday to find out what people want from a rebuilt structure.

Team behind new school announced

Meet the establishment board that will bring a new school to Lincoln.

Chance to eat like a mayor or a minister

Meals eaten by Sam Broughton and Amy Adams, as children, will be put to the test in a MasterChef-style competition.

Students pipe in parade

Snow flurries, sleet, rain and near freezing temperatures did not stop the America's Cup parade through the central city. And leading in the crew and more importantly, the Auld Mug, was the St Andrew's College pipe band.

Lion King takes the stage at Riccarton

To the hypnotic beat of djembe drums and breath-taking lighting effects, Riccarton High School’s Disney’s The Lion King Junior created joy and magic.

Children put on matariki play

Preschoolers from the Bishopdale YMCA put on a play for Matariki.

Spoilt for choice: League or rugby

Teenager Patrick Elia is a new breed of young footballer who has both the rugby union and league codes at his feet.

Bays’ juniors collect silverware

A number of Ferrymead Bays junior teams competed at the Christchurch International Cup and the Alan Fraser Memorial Tournament last week.

Sumner in hot form ahead of semi-final

Sumner will look to finish their impressive late season run of form with a piece of silverware

Country Road returns to central city

Country Road, and its sister stores Witchery and Trenery will open in The Crossing.
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NZIFF: Alice in Videoland’s top 10 films you can’t miss

It was a tough task but Alice in Videoland's Nick Paris has managed to whittle down his top 10 films that will be shown at the New Zealand International Film Festival.

Success Story: Marque Morehu, Senior Stylist at Vivo Salon

Photography Charlie Jackson How did your career as a hair-stylist begin? I very first started as a hairstylist in a full-time course at Avonmore. I finished...

July Food News

Words Vanessa Ortynsky From Tokyo to Christchurch You might have seen it on Master Chef  Matcha Tea is then new supreme ingredient that is taking the...

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