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    Teens caught in high-speed hill ride
    BY MAX TOWLE
    Monday, July 21st 2014 - Pg 1

    Cashmere thrill seekers are taking joy-riding to a new extreme. Teenagers have been caught riding children's tricycles at high speeds down Hackthorne Rd at night without brakes or lights. It follows a police crackdown on longboarders and skateboarders zooming down Major Aitken Dri... 

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    Insurance, money hamper facilities plan
    BY MAX TOWLE
    Monday, July 14th 2014 - Pg 1

    Insurance disputes and empty wallets are keeping the future of some of south Christchurch's facilities up in the air. The city council released a community committee report last week updating the status of the city's community facilities. It showed an insurance dispute was holding... 

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    Bus plan extended
    BY GABRIELLE STUART
    Monday, June 23rd 2014 - Pg 3

    About 2000 submissions have been received on proposed changes to the Metro Bus Services, which will affect more than 20 routes. General submissions closed on Monday last week [June 16], but were extended for residents in Southshore and Mt Pleasant because of problems with mailer d... 

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    For whom the bell tolls, or clangs
    By Max Towle
    Monday, June 16th 2014 - Pg 3

    The Sacred Heart's bell is a real clanger. The Addington Catholic church recently advertised for a new bell in the city's Diocesan Newsletter because its congregation didn't like the sound the current one emits. "We very rarely ring it because of the clang it makes," said Father J... 

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    Vandals target closed school
    By Max towle
    Monday, May 26th 2014 - Pg 3

    A school closed by the Ministry of Education last year has become a target for vandals. Almost every one of Manning Intermediate School's windows were smashed last weekend. Neighbouring Hillmorton High School are responsible for caretaking Manning and providing security. Hillmorto... 

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    Extra pool funding defended
    By Max Towle
    Monday, May 19th 2014 - Pg 3

    Community leaders are defending a $700,000 top-up to repair Waltham Lido Pool. The city council voted to approve the money, which will pay to update the pool's services systems, in its community committee on Wednesday. However, city councillor Ali Jones voted against the recommend... 

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    Somerfield bypassed
    By Max Towle
    Monday, May 12th 2014 - Pg 3

    Somerfield residents are asking "Where is the love?". With Metro ditching the 114 bus in its new-look network map, the suburb will be without a service e proposed change is part of Environment Canterbury's review of the Metro Network. The news comes as the Somerfield Residents Ass... 

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    Complaints pour in over park odour
    By Max Towl
    Monday, May 5th 2014 - Pg 3

    An investigation is underway after complaints about a foul-smelling park. Locals visiting Barrington Park, which is adjacent to Barrington mall, have contacted the city council over the ongoing stench of sewerage. There have been complaints made over water on the park's footpaths ... 

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    Intersection: A nightmare
    BY MAX TOWLE
    Monday, April 28th 2014 - Pg 3

    A mother of four has launched a one-woman campaign to improve pedestrian safety on a busy intersection. Amanda Wallis crosses the Brougham and Selwyn Sts intersection in Addington with her children on the way to their local school. She said since the opening of the Barrington St o... 

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    Housing boost for elderly
    By Max Towle
    Monday, April 7th 2014 - Pg 3

    Elderly people will again be given high priority when eight new housing units open next year. The city council last week announced four one-bedroom and four two-bedroom flats will be built in Osborne St in Waltham. City councillor and Housing Committee chairman Glenn Livingstone s... 

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