Saturday, July 20, 2019

CTV

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Video: Haeata Community Campus is helping to produce some of Christchurch’s...

Makerspace at Haeata Community Campus is helping to produce some of Christchurch's next entrepreneurs.
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Video: St Andrew’s College Pipe Band celebrate 100 years

The former world champion St Andrew's College Pipe Band celebrated their centenary recently with a weekend of activities. We take a look at why they are so successful.
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Video: Canterbury’s Louis Clark named in the New Zealand Water Polo...

Louis Clark was recently named in the New Zealand Men’s Water Polo team which will compete at the World Championships in Korea in July. He was also named Sportsperson of the year at the 2019 Surf Life Saving Awards.
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Video: Christchurch’s newest cinema, Lumière nears completion

Join co-owners Nick Paris and Max Hoffman as they give CTV an exclusive first look around Christchurch's newest theatre, Lumière cinema in the Arts Centre. 
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Video: Canterbury’s Powerchair football team bolts ahead

Luke Alderton is not letting his spinal injury slow him down. He is studying law at Canterbury University and is captain of the Canterbury Bolts powerchair football team.
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Video: Linwood College celebrates diversity

Linwood College celebrated their diversity during their annual Festival of Nations recently, with 54 countries being represented.
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Video: Brighton Gallery, a place for healing

Brighton Gallery is a "healing place" allowing its members to find tranquility through art.
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Video: Special Olympian Kyle back in the medals

After a break of 30 years, the combination of Canterbury Special Olympian Kyle Harpur and coach Mene Mene have won their first medals.
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Watch: Athletes compete at Special Olympics Ribbon Day

Hours of training goes on behind the scenes to get athletes ready for the Special Olympics events.
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Video: Schools get ready for Canterbury Polyfest

Hours of preparation goes on behind the scenes to get ready for Polyfest Canterbury. Teaching the Marian College and St Thomas of Canterbury groups are former Polyfest participants who are making sure students continue to have a way to express their culture.

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