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Hello, Many of you would have received a work notice for manhole repairs by Downer (SCIRT) late 2015. This is to let you know we are still in the area carrying out these repairs . The impacts are minimal and each repair takes between 2-4 hours. Please be mindful of increased worksites and crew...
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Whilst Kiwis nationwide enjoyed the taste of Vitafresh’s new Red & Black Berry flavour last year, they also raised nearly $17,000.00 for the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal. Ten cents from each packet sold of last year’s new flavour went directly towards the Youth and Education portfolio of the...
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Addington in the headlines

Tue 9 May 2017
Three years' free study? Student president prefers an allowance for students living away from home.
Tue 8 Nov 2016
Favourite comes home in stunning style, but not everyone's celebrating in Christchurch.
Mon 7 Nov 2016
A "low-tolerance approach" will be taken towards those breaching the liquor ban during Cup Day.
Mon 7 Nov 2016
Up to 25,000 punters will flood Addington Raceway on Tuesday for the 2016 Christchurch Casino New Zealand Trotting Cup Day.
Fri 28 Oct 2016
Rakaia dairy farmer and mother of three Katie Flett will compete in the fashion stakes at the Melbourne Cup this year.
Fri 15 Apr 2016
A 23-year-old student will oversee the $25 million rebuild project for the University of Canterbury Students' Association.
Sat 15 Aug 2015
Canterbury University student elections invalid despite campus antics, like nominating a crane for president.
Fri 7 Aug 2015
A run-down, earthquake-damaged historic flour mill in Addington could soon be redeveloped.
Wed 5 Aug 2015
A new buyer may have been found to redevelop the historic Addington mill in Christchurch.
Wed 10 Apr 2013
A camaraderie in the old days at the Addington saleyards extended beyond company lines, writes Tim Cronshaw.