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Traffic problems to remain at Burnside intersection

There appears to be no solution in sight to traffic congestion at a busy intersection.

Fast-growing brass band marks five year anniversary

It was over a beer at a busy social pub in Woolston that Bill Vail and his friend Adrian decided the north-west of the city needed its own brass band.
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Video: Leaving North Parade: ‘the spirit comes with us’

It has been a long journey from North Parade, Shirley to Travis Rd, North New Brighton for Shirley Boys' High School.

League ground booze ban closer

A booze ban on the sidelines at rugby league games this season is a step closer.

CBD businesses behind pre-quake levels

There is still a long way to go before the number of businesses in the central city reaches pre-quake levels.

Terrorist attack unlikely to hit economy in long-term

Christchurch businesses have been impacted by the terrorist attack, but experts say it is unlikely to hit the city’s economy long-term.
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Video: New Brighton hot pools, a game changer for the suburb?

It is really happening. After 20 years of waiting, the hot pools in New Brighton are under construction.

Travel: Tombstone

Where the old town is your real-deal warts and all experience.

Prince William to visit Christchurch next month

Prince William will visit Christchurch next month to honour the victims of the terror attack.

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