The City Council has published a list of candidates on its website.
Location: D Theatre, CPIT, Madras St (opposite Countdown)Link out: Click here Time: August 14, 7.30pm Description: Find out more about the ecological and financial risks to New Zealand and join others in a cross party appeal to do something about the risks from climate change, financial instability, inequality, peak oil etc in such a way […]
It began with the lifting of the cordon around central Christchurch. The streets belong to pedestrians at least, again. It was a week in which we learnt that the the council had not learnt from the communications issues highlighted in 2012, in which the CEO did not pass on the seriousness of the consents crisis […]
Christchurch East MP Lianne Dalziel has finally announced that she is seeking the Christchurch Mayoralty in October.
Christchurch Central MP Nicky Wagner wants to sponsor a young person from Christchurch to attend the annual Aspiring Leaders’ Forum in Wellington in July.
Location: Heaton Intermediate, 125 Heaton Road Time: June 13 7.30pm Description: How do we survive in an economy where there are limits to growth? Former Green leader Jeanette Fitzsimons explains how this works in the 2013 Quaker Lecture.
If there are any issues you would like Labour’s help with in Christchurch Central, please contact Community Liaison: Tony Milne: 021 59 32 59 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2013 budget, issued last week by the National Government, features a number of initiatives to support low-income families:
Press reporters went out and canvassed Lianne Dalziel’s Christchurch East electorate about her plans to run for the Christchurch mayoralty and caught the opinions of one John Pooley of St Albans who said she did things for other people not herself. Find out what Mr Pooley and other Christchurch residents think of the Labour politician’s […]
Watch out, its electioneering time again. Elections for the Mayor, Councillors and Community Boards will be held on Saturday 12 October 2013.
Electoral boundaries for Christchurch are likely to change after the census in March this year. The census is expected to reveal some marked demographic changes that have occurred between 2006 and 2013.