Category Archives: Business
Visiting all the participating businesses on the Biketoker Passport paid off for one family, with Mum winning a Bailies Voucher and her son winning a Tannery Voucher, which he graciously shared with his sister. Marie Hudson pictured here receiving her … Continue reading
Red Electrical, the colourful store at the corner of Innes Rd and Cranford St came up tops in the Champion Awards when they won the Infrastructure/Trades small enterprise section held recently. The company, which has only been in business for … Continue reading
Location: Richmond Edgeware Bowling Club Time: Tuesday September 9 from 6.30-8.30pm Description: St Albans and Edgeware community members are gathering this week to talk about what they would like to see in their area, community facility-wise.
If you want a coffee with your cake, Kidds Cakes and Bakery have a cafe in their new building which opened on January 15.
Ray White Next Step on Innes Road, in association with Rotary, has distributed 200 Christmas gifts to families who cannot afford Christmas.
Hair Art and Beauty in Cranford Street can claim to be the top New Zealand salon after winning the New Zealand Salon of the Year award, as part of the Kitomba NZARH Business Awards 2013 held recently in Auckland.
Edgeware Village needs more businesses to replace several lost to the area after the earthquakes and ongoing roadworks are having a negative effect on those remaining, according to this article in the Press.
The proposed alcohol policy for the city will see taverns, bars, pubs and clubs in St Albans and other suburban centres closing at 1am. A discretionary one-way door policy may be applied where appropriate.
The cordon that has choked the inner city since February 2011 is being gradually reduced and more parts of the inner city are reopening increasing the reasons for visiting.
The Christchurch City Council’s is launching a free materials service with a website that will help organizations exchange reusable materials for free. The service aims to prevent good reusable items from being dumped. The Freematerials site is available to businesses, … Continue reading