Saturday, December 15, 2018

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WATCH: U17 stars return, Canterbury Pride go for fourth title

With six Canterbury players on the bronze medal-winning, FIFA U17 Women's World Cup and Canterbury Pride headed into its sixth consecutive final tomorrow, football in the region is going strong.

Bid to get motorists off bus lanes

Vehicles illegally using the bus lane on Riccarton Rd could be hit with a fine of up to $150 as the city council launches an enforcement campaign.

Nearly $90,000 raised for charity boxer’s family

Kain Parsons, 37, suffered a serious head injury when he was unknocked unconcious during the OneStaff Fight for Christchurch at Horncastle Arena.

Maddie back in hospital after kidney scare

Kidney transplant recipient Maddie Collins is undergoing further testing in Starship Children's Health in Auckland following a kidney scare.

Front line police could be in line for Hornby

A youth aid worker has been confirmed for Hornby police, but frontline staff could also join the station.

Bus lounge behaviour improves

Since opening in December 2015, the bus lounges on Riccarton Rd frequently attracted anti-social behaviour, including assaults. But that is now a thing of the past.

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