Friday, January 18, 2019

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Watch: Christchurch teen becomes youngest winner of 117 year old trophy

A Christchurch teenager has become the youngest winner ever of the Canterbury Open.
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Video: Helping Peter ‘my son is a school bully’

Ten-year-old Peter tells his mum he wants to die. His mum and his school principal were told by a district health board psychologist he would have to wait until he was 17 and in the court system before he can get the helps he needs.
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WATCH: Precautions being taken with risk of another Port Hills fire

After seeing the devastation of last year's Port Hills fires, land owners are now factoring in what precautions can be taken to reduce fire risk. With a large amount of vegetation and urban sprawl now on the hill Fire and Emergency NZ are urging land owners to do what they can to prevent another devastating incident.
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Watch: Christchurch surf life saver’s solo quest across the Atlantic

Though he only learned how to row last year, this Christchurch surf life saver is attempting to be the first New Zealander to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
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Indepth video: The quake teachers

'The children were bouncing around like ping-pong balls in their turtle positions.' It is an image many of Canterbury's 10,000 teachers saw at 12.51pm, February 22, 2011.
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Watch: Lyttelton’s infamous goat man and Airbnb housing problem

Lyttelton's ghostly goat man, Airbnb's pushing people out of their homes, the flashest loos in the country plus a look a new series casting a spotlight on Canterbury's suicide rate.
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Indepth: Canterbury, we need to talk

Last year in Canterbury, 87 people died by suicide.  It is the highest number in the region for the past 10 years. Canterbury, we need to talk.
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WATCH: Goat man mystery, the great school ‘escape’ and other app...

The mysterious haunting of a Lyttelton cemetery by the "goat man" and the time school pupils secretly started digging under the floorboards as part of great 'escape' are some of the tales being told by a new app.
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Watch: Son helps dad get ready for Over-50s Cricket World Cup

Former Canterbury left-arm spinner Andrew Nuttall will be the oldest player in the New Zealand squad to contest the inaugural Over-50s Cricket World Cup in Sydney this month. Cricket is in the genes - his son Ed is a current pace bowler for Canterbury. Ed gave dads bowling a test before he heads away for the tournament.
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Video: A first for Christchurch local body politics, deputy chairman to...

It is a first for local body politics in Christchurch. A community board getting ready to sack its deputy chairman on Monday. So what did he do?

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