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4 September 2010 - 5th anniversary ceremony

Kia ora Christchurchians and Cantabrians, we thought you might be interested in this information from Mayor Lianne Dalziel on a dawn ceremony on 4 September 2015 – it will be five years since we all got shaken out of bed at 4.35am when a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck. 194 more words


Pride and Perversion

You are a sexual deviant.

Talk about opening a book with a zinger! I’m looking forward to hearing Jesse Bering in person –  6pm on Sunday 30 August 2015, a WORD Christchurch event in the Shifting points of view section of the Christchurch Arts Festival.

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11 Colleges Festivals And One Winner

Let’s play a little game here—Think of any random Mumbai based college; name its festival; now try to guess which college has consistently remained in the top 3 positions of that festival. 434 more words


Parenting Week 2015

When it comes to raising children, sometimes you need some help and support.

This year, Neighbourhood Trust will be running Parenting Week from 24 to 30 August at various locations around Christchurch. 247 more words


Big Crowds in Little Italy

The fair/festival season has begun: The annual Tontitown (pronounced like tawny-town) Grape Festival has been going strong this week.

Italian immigrants founded this little town in the late 1800s, and they, as many of them had done in their homeland,  332 more words


Morbid, grotesque, exhilarating: Magpie Hall by Rachael King

This morning a good-sized crowd was treated to book chat, tea and tales with award-winning author Rachael King – 11am to 12pm at South Library, Friday 7 August. 381 more words