There’s lots happening in St Albans at the moment. Housing NZ is building new accommodation on part of the former Orion site to replace units lost in the earthquakes, we visit a Hindu festival held at the community centre, find out about a smartphone app you can use to complain to the City Council about […]
The St Albans Pharmacy is about to branch out with a presence in the enlarged ProMed complex, currently under construction, and the replacement Edgeware Pool is edging closer to becoming a reality nearly 10 years after the city council demolished the previous community pool. Maria Hayward took her camera and found out more about steampunk […]
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In the most recent edition of St Albans News we made reference to the Edgeware village master plan. You can view it by visiting this page on the Christchurch City Council website.
Things are getting busy in the city – SARA is fighting the plan for the Northern Arterial because not enough research has gone into its impact on downstream areas like St Albans (traffic, health etc). SARA has employed a part time manager at the community centre and plans to move a small building onto the […]
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Find out why the St Albans market, being held in the Beulah car park, closed down after a month (this does not bode well for replacing the market that used to run in English Park pre-quakes), how to get help on stalled insurance cases with Breakthrough, the high energy Polyfest held in Westminster Park, and […]
Reminder: The next issue of St Albans News, April/May is being prepared at the moment for delivery in a few weeks’ time. If you have any articles, photographs (full colour or monochrome), news stories, feature articles to be considered for publication, please email email@example.com by Monday, March 16.
Find out why SARA opposes the city council’s plan to “upgrade” part of Cranford St in the latest issue of St Albans News. And you’ll learn from longtime St Albans resident Garry Berryman that the northern section of Cranford St causing all this kerfuffle didn’t even exist 80 odd years ago – Cranford St ended […]
What’s up? In Cranford Street and in Caledonian Road? Find out more of what is going on in St Albans in the December issue of
St Albans News has had a facelift. We now print full colour and we’ve gone to town with the colour palette. Let us know if you like what you see when you get the October edition being distributed now. The conversation about a longterm community centre for St Albans continues. Find out what is happening […]
The October edition of St Albans News has been printed and will be distributed over the next week but we need three more distributors to make sure it reaches more letterboxes. If you have an hour or two to spare every two months, and like walking your neighbourhood, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.