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Shihad’s Jon Toogood

Singer's school visit too good to share

Shihad frontman Jon Toogood will impart his music industry wisdom at three Christchurch schools.

Church's rise warms hearts

Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee at Knox Church 12 min ago The repair of Christchurch's Knox Presbyterian Church is a "vision of hope for the city", parishioners say.

New home for memorial bench

City Care workers dig out a bench in Latimer Square 12 min ago A bench made out of material from the damaged Christ Church Cathedral is being moved to Firefighters Reserve in time for the 9/11 memorial service.

Port safety denounced

Brad Fletcher Lyttelton Port workers were reportedly jump-starting machinery when colleague fell to death.

'No one has got any answers'

Brendan Boyle Work and Income staff had offered 'every assistance' to a man arrested for double murder, says Paula Bennett.

$855k grant to repair classroom

Yani Johanson Anglican Church will get council grant to help repair block at St Michael's School.

Special schools happy with plans

Proposal to relocate two special schools to mainstream campuses put on hold.

Anger at school's calming idea

Breakfast clubs cater to empty stomachs

Principal issues drugs warning

A primary school is worried students won't enrol if legal high shops are allowed to open nearby.

Spring set to be a wet one

Woman with umbrella Make the most of the fine weather because next week will be bogged down in rain.

Early spring for Christchurch

Christchurch is set for a string of fine weather as the beginning of spring looms.

Enjoy the sun before it packs in

Snow warnings for alpine passes

Burst pipe delays Riccarton traffic

A burst water main will cause traffic delays in Hansons Lane, Riccarton, for several hours.

Daylight savings behind crashes

truck generic Unusual spike in truck accidents on Canterbury coast attributed to twice-yearly time change.

Canterbury roads NZ's deadliest

Pedestrians and motorcyclists are more likely to be killed or injured on Canterbury roads than elsewhere.

Impasse in mall bus superstop idea

Traffic off red-zone roads

Pedestrians' rights tested

A new study will look at the implications of giving pedestrians the same rights as drivers.

Struggling to make ends meet

quake damage The earthquakes have not affected us emotionally, but financially, we have hit the wall.

People 'deserve' quake probabilities

Scientists defend criticisms that Canterbury earthquake forecasting is ineffective or distracting.

New life? It's stuck in traffic

Quakes left me 'empty'

CTV probe escalated

Professionals connected to CTV building collapse have moved closer to possible manslaughter charges.

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