Monday, October 23, 2017

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Watch: Elderly woman escapes blazing Christchurch home

The fire broke out at the Rogers St home about 2am.
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O.G.B. Bar & Cafe – Let’s Go Shopping 19th October 2017

O.G.B Bar, Cafe & Restaurant. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks, live music and good times in Christchurch!
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Happy Hire – Let’s Go Shopping 19th October 2017

Happyhire stock a range of products and have great relationships with a number of other hire companies, décor specialists, caterers, toilet requirements and much more.
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Vegeland – Let’s Go Shopping 19th October 2017

Best Fruit and Veges in Christchurch at the best price.
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Park Avenue Fashions – Let’s go Shopping 19th October 2017

Park Avenue Fashions is a long established company set up and managed by the present owner 25 years ago. Most of the stock is exclusive to the store in the South Island and they have many satisfied customers from Nelson to Bluff and particularly in Canterbury.
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Coffee Worx – Let’s Go Shopping 19th October 2017

Coffee Worx is a comprehensive roasting and supply company in the pursuit of coffee excellence. Offering premium coffee, coffee machines and accessories.
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Eatl8r – Let’s Go Shopping 19th October 2017

Eatl8r provide convenient, healthy, fresh meals that are simple to store and are delivered directly to you. The meals are home style cooking made from fresh locally sourced ingredients. Prepared in their Christchurch Kitchen for delivery in the Canterbury and Dunedin area.
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The Mohair Store – Let’s Go Shopping 19th October 2017

The Mohair Store has New Zealand's largest selection of pure New Zealand made luxury Mohair and Alpaca throws, blankets, knee rugs & scarves.
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Hitching Post – Let’s Go Shopping 19th October 2017

Hitching Post gift store offers a large range of hand made gifts and art pieces, together with a unique selection of Plasma cut metal art designs and products.
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Watch: First use of wick drains in NZ on Northern Corridor...

This is the first time wick drains have been used in New Zealand - so how do they work?

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