Friday, January 19, 2018

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Setting goals you can keep

The new year often brings with it a desire to revisit health and fitness goals and set up a plan for a great year...

Workload pay problems for board

The Remuneration Authority will decide if Banks Peninsula Community Board members will be paid the same as their Christchurch counterparts. If they don’t get equal pay there could be departures. Sarla Donovan reports

Police chase through eastern suburbs, spikes deployed twice

Police attempted to stop a speeding vehicle twice with roads spikes in the early hours of Thursday morning.

Road blocked after car hits pole

A road in Shirley is blocked after a car hit a power pole on Thursday.

Olympic swimmer calls it quits at 23

Christchurch swimmer Matt Hutchins has announced his retirement from the sport just five months after representing New Zealand and the Olympics.

Get ready to laugh as the World Buskers Festival returns

The 25th World Buskers Festival begins today, bringing comedians, daredevils, dancers, singers and acrobats to the city for 10 days.

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