Welcome to a wrap of what's happening in Christchurch today.
Occasional drizzle continues today with a fresh northeasterly and a high of 15 degrees Celsius.
Rain will continue tomorrow with a high of 16C, but will clear briefly on Friday for a high of 24C before returning in time for the weekend.
QUESTION OF THE DAY
Q: What is happening to Redcliffs School? Is it to reopen or close? And how come no mention is ever made of it in the discussion surrounding the fate of other Christchurch schools?
A: In its recent announcement, the Ministry of Education did not confirm any details for Redcliffs School beyond that it was in need of "major redevelopment". No start date or funding have been announced.
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WHAT'S ON TODAY
Help celebrate the first year of ArtBox by checking out [IN]box, an exhibition of work by 60 New Zealand artists. Each made a work based on a 10cm flatpack cardboard cube, in any manner they chose. On December 14, the works will be auctioned to help with the running of the exhibition space. 10am to 4pm, Tuesday to Friday, 12pm to 4pm Saturday to Sunday. Free.
2013 marks 150 years of mental health services in Canterbury, and from yesterday an art exhibit and historical display opened to the public at Hillmorton Hospital. Runs until December 1, 10am to 4pm. Free entry.
- The Press
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