Monday, December 18, 2017

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Watch: Kaikoura Pacific Trail a ‘game-changer’

Coastal Pacific Trail will have huge economic impact with a projected $6.5m estimated in revenue per annum for the area – it will be a game-changer
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Watch: Kaikoura coastline reopens

Are you planning a Christmas getaway in kaikoura? SH1 reopens just in time for the holidays.
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Watch: Comic-book-style art takes over Convention Centre hoardings

About 115 metres of colourful pop art has been installed on the hoardings of the developing Convention Centre.
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Watch: Rauora Park to open next week

Five city blocks of green grass, new lanes, and beautiful rain gardens.
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Watch: ‘Help us please’ Christchurch’s homeless make an emotional plea

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NZ’s best young cricketers battle for World Cup spots

The national under-19 tournament is currently taking place at Lincoln University. When the tournament concludes on Tuesday the team to represent New Zealand at the ICC Under-19 World Cup will be chosen.
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The Linwood Village Project: Take the tour

Te Whare Roimata's Jenny Smith takes us on a tour of Linwood Village.
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The Linwood Village Project: What about the homeless and ‘streeties’?

Linwood Village has attracted developers and a new demographic of middle income families are moving in. But those that are homeless or part of the 'streetie' population have lived in the village for 'many many years' could be pushed out as a result.
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The Linwood Village Project: Business owners woes

For business owners in Linwood Village life is not easy. Not only is there new developments on the way but they are losing customers due to them amount of homeless and 'streeties' boozing and taking drugs around their shops. Will a proposed alcohol ban help?
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Watch: Renew your wardrobe for a good cause

The Muscular Dystrophy Association are hosting a fashion-forward fundraiser.

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