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    Student housing shortage
    Tuesday, July 29th 2014 - Pg 3

    Availability of flats and personal choice have both been blamed for large numbers of Lincoln University students living in Riccarton, where residents have been frustrated with their rowdy behaviour. Problems caused by Canterbury University students in Riccarton have dramatically d... 

    Nelson Weekly
    Proud families watch our heroes
    Phillip Rollo Reporter
    Tuesday, July 29th 2014 - Pg 3

    It's been an exciting few days at the Commonwealth Games for Nelson's top sporting stars and equally so for their families. On Monday morning lawn bowler Jo Edwards won Nelson's first gold medal of the games with a thrilling win over the defending Commonwealth Games champion from ... 

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    Call for police to fine speeding drivers
    Monday, July 28th 2014 - Pg 1

    Northwood residents are calling for the police to ticket speeding drivers in the area, after their bid to have speed bumps installed failed. Residents asked the city council to install speed bumps on Hussey Rd, in an attempt to slow drivers taking shortcuts through the residential... 

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    Better communication needed between parties
    Monday, July 28th 2014 - Pg 3

    Strategic Urban Rejuvenation Force founder Tony Brooks has stood by his calls for the ward city councillors to resign. But he agreed with the councillors that better communication between the city council and New Brighton community groups was needed. Mr Brooks said he received a l... 

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    The sound of music
    Monday, July 28th 2014 - Pg 3

    Christchurch Boys' High School has an organ sitting in its main foyer - and a 16-year-old organist eager to play it. Daniel Cooper plays almost every lunchtime. The organ was custom built for Auckland's Aotea Centre, but after years spent gathering dust, eventually found its way t... 

    Eastern Courier
    ACT leader is out for the party vote
    Friday, July 25th 2014 - Pg 2

    A party needs to reach the 5 per cent threshold under MMP to get into Parliament, except if it wins an electorate seat. ACT leader Jamie Whyte is defending his decision to stand in the Pakuranga electorate rather than contest the party's stronghold of Epsom at the general election... 

    Pohutukawa Coast Times
    How to stop Mother Nature!
    Friday, July 25th 2014 - Pg 2

    Most of the time the Coast is a beautiful place to live next to. But on occasions it can be a real pain - such as when a storm hits. And so the debate continues in the wake of the storm a couple of weeks ago. Just how do we protect ourselves from the worst Mother Nature has to off... 

    The Star Weekend
    Cantabs keen on Corolla
    By Emma-Jane McLennan
    Friday, July 25th 2014 - Pg 2

    TOYOTA COROLLAS are the most popular cars in Christchurch. There are 13,486 of them on our roads, and Olivia Arthur is driving one of them. The Lincoln University student said the car is easy to use and good on petrol. "I probably spend about $40 on fuel a week, and sometimes I wi...
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    Students aim to stretch medical boundaries
    Friday, July 25th 2014 - Pg 2

    These students are a force to be reckoned with. A tight-knit group of 14 medical undergrads, most of whom are 20 years old, have organised one of the largest University of Auckland medical conferences ever. Mobilise: Connect, Change, Catalyse is a two-day event which kicks off thi... 

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    Antonia comes alive
    Friday, July 25th 2014 - Pg 1

    An 11-year-old has won a main role in the international stage production of The Sound of Music. Antonia Robinson is one of three girls playing Brigitta in the show opening in Auckland on October 3. The musical, loosely based on the real story of the singing von Trapp family who fl... 

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    Labour backs Kiwi-made
    Friday, July 25th 2014 - Pg 3

    Levin clothing manufacturer Swazi Apparel hosted Labour politicians Rob McCann and Clayton Cosgrove recently. Labour is making a pre election commitment to drive New Zealand industries into growth mode. Mr Cosgrove is Labour's Commerce Select Committee deputy chairman, and party s... 

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    Slot car home damaged by vandals
    By Adam Poulopoulos
    Friday, July 25th 2014 - Pg 2

    The Marlborough Slot Car Club is recovering from their own home invasion after they became the latest targets of vandals last week. The club's room, at A&P Park, was vandalised overnight on Sunday. The culprits broke the door lock and tagged the floor, benches, track, and inside p... 

    The Invercargill Eye
    Casualty tent benefits whole of Southland
    Thursday, July 24th 2014 - Pg 5

    Southlanders can rest easy knowing St John is prepared for a mass casualty event. After the Christchurch earthquakes, St John identified the need for all areas to have their own mass casualty tents. The group has now purchased one for Invercargill from the proceeds of the St John ... 

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    Church to be demolished
    By David Hill
    Thursday, July 24th 2014 - Pg 2

    Rangiora's John Knox Presbyterian Church is set to come down. Minister Rev Dr Alan Missen says local firm Graceworks Demolition and Recycling Ltd has been contracted for the demolition of the 90yearold church building on the corner of High and King Streets. The church was due to m...