Thursday, November 23, 2017

Father to meet with MP over son’s suspected suicide

Geoff Booth will meet with Selwyn MP Amy Adams this week after his son Liam, 21, died of suspected suicide.
I was first diagnosed with epilepsy at 19.At a 1983 Youth Easter Camp I had a seizure, where I blacked out and was taken to hospital with concussion and a suspected broken nose, writes a city councilllor.
The city council spent $860k, but the community centre is too cold and if more than two outlets are used at once the power shorts out.
Got a photo of the U2 concert at Lancaster Park back in the 1980s? Or of you and your mates watching cricket from the old grassed embankments or cheering on the Crusaders from the stands?

Rico Syme wins rugby player of the year award

It's been a year of success for Christchurch Boys' High's Rico Syme capped off by winning the senior rugby player of the year award at the school's prize-giving.

Pupils take road safety learning outside the classroom

Springston School pupils have taken to the street to learn more about road safety.

Brettkelly undone by champion again

For the second year running Hororata Golf Club's Dominic Brettkelly was eliminated from the New Zealand Amateur Championships by the tournament winner.

STAC leavers bid farewell

Tears of sadness and tears of joy marked the end of an era for St Andrew's College year 13's.

Pupils take road safety learning outside the classroom

Springston School pupils have taken to the street to learn more about road safety.

Riccarton High student wins $10k scholarship

Yan Gong has been offered one of the UC International First Year Scholarships to assist with his university studies next year. Yan is one of only twenty-five students worldwide to receive the scholarship that recognises and supports top-achieving international students.

Rebuild leader and The Arts Centre chief executive resigns

The Arts Centre chief executive Andre Lovatt has resigned to take up a role with Auckland Airport.

Holden covers bases with Astra sedan

Sedan body style extends Holden's coverage in the mid-size car market
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Watch: Pops Choir sing their way to China

Their artistic director calls them the choir with 'big gigantic hearts'. Pops Choir was formed as a way to help heal the earthquake battered souls of Christchurch. And now they have had a very special invitation to perform in China after a 'Beatles' like reaction at one of their performances.

A Gold Coast retreat

Charlotte Smulders journeys to Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat on the Gold Coast, a million miles from the stresses of daily life.

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