Saturday, May 26, 2018

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Watch: See what the Red Zone might look like in the...

What might the Residential Red Zone look like a few years down the track? Red Zone Futures gives you an interactive look at Regenerate Christchurch's vision.
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Rugby: The Crying Towel legacy

Rivals Linwood and Christchurch met at Linfield Park on Saturday for the 50th anniversary of the Crying Towel. We took a trip down memory lane with the original instigators to find out why the theft of Brent Elder's towel has gone onto become one of the biggest traditions in club rugby.
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Watch: The Arts Centre supports NZ Music Month with lunchtime concerts

Instead of spending your luch hour sitting in the office tearoom, wouldn't you rather be listening to live music in the heart of the city?
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Watch: Olympic gold medalist supports East Lake proposal

The bid to keep the proposed Red Zone flatwater sports lake project afloat has caught the attention of Olympic gold medallist Nathan Cohen.
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Watch: Throwback Thursday – The Wizard of New Zealand

The Wizard has been part of our city for many years.
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Watch: Bid to get supermarkets to pay extra levy to sell...

Do you think supermarkets and liquor stores should pay an extra tax to sell alcohol? A social agency thinks so.
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Watch: Tsubasa Nisbet follows brother in college basketball pathway

Canterbury and New Zealand age group basketballer Tsubasa Nisbet has secured a scholarship to division one United States college Georgia Southern University. She follows in the footsteps of her older brother Shou who has recently returned from a spell in the US.
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Watch: Christchurch’s Tom Christie leads World Cup team in France

Tom Christie heads to France next week for the World Rugby Under 20 Championship. The 20-year-old has been handed the task of captaining New Zealand in their bid to win back to back title.
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Watch: A right royal Rolleston celebration

The royal wedding frenzy has even reached a little school in Rolleston.
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Watch: Library, sensory garden for former Shirley Community Centre?

What if the former Shirley Community Centre was reimagined as not only a community hub, but a library and sensory garden?

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