Friday, July 19, 2019

Rebuild

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Watch: First look at QEII’s brand new hydroslide

The new $38.6 million Taiora: QEII Recreation and Sport Centre Excitement is set to open Thursday, just in time for the long weekend.
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Watch: Te Pae unveiled as the official name for the Christchurch...

Te Pae has been selected as the official name for the Christchurch Convention Centre opening in 2020
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Watch: Christchurch, the city of lights

At night, Christchurch transforms into a city of lights.
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Watch: Christchurch Convention Centre starting to take shape

The Christchurch Convention Centre is so strong that it could be turned on its side and still retain its shape.
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Watch: Animated flyover of the new Christchurch Northern Corridor project

Animated video from NZTA showing the new Christchurch Northern Corridor project and what it will look like when finished.
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Watch: Travelling exhibition to feature land use options along the Ōtākaro...

Options for the residential red zone goes on the road.
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Watch: Christchurch’s central city slowly becoming a destination, but people slow...

Tucked in places around the central city are some signs it is slowly moving towards being a destination. But getting people back is the problem, with Central City Business Association manager Paul Lonsdale fearful people will miss out on seeing "history being made" as the city remodels itself.
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Watch: The new look QEII just weeks away from opening

The new $38m QEII Recreation and Sport Centre reopens its doors for business in just six weeks.
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Watch: ‘Emporium’ style site to entice small businesses back to CBD

Big brands are leading the charge back into the central city however smaller businesses are slower to follow. Some, like Beggs Music have opted to stay in the suburbs. Central City Business Association manager Paul Lonsdale thinks he has the solution.
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Watch: Former Phillipstown School turned into community hub

The Gathering Space is Phillipstown's new communal meeting area, based in the former Phillipstown School site.

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