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Christchurch list MP Nicky Wagner (National) hopes her Member’s Bill to legalise and regulate the use of electronic cigarettes is chosen for debate in Parliament.
Insurance lawyer turned MP Duncan Webb says the Earthquake Tribunal will be a “radical circuit breaker” for Christchurch. Webb, now the MP for Christchurch Central, represented claimants against both EQC and insurance companies while in practice and now runs regular … Continue reading
Christchurch JP and Labour candidate Tony Milne has launched a petition for CCC to install turning arrows at the corner of Cranford Street and Innes Road.
The Government has announced that the General Election will be held on September 20. Source:Radio New Zealand
The Labour Party has chosen Tony Milne, a former electorate worker for former MP Tim Barnett, to contest the Christchurch Central seat later this year. Tony, who is in his early 30s, currently works for the Problem Gambling Foundation.
,p>Former Christchurch deputy mayor Ngaire Button is one of a number of objectors who have made submissions to the Electoral Commission opposing changes to electorate boundaries of Christchurch Central.
Local MP Nicky Wagner reports that she has been appointed as Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to both Hon Gerry Brownlee, for Earthquake Recovery and to Hon Nick Smith, for Conservation.
You will be asked to vote for representatives on the Health Board very shortly. We asked candidates to provide a few words and a picture. You can read more about them by following the link to a page for the … Continue reading
Location: CPIT Wharekai (in Te Puna Wanaka building Coventry St, off Barbadoes St). Time: September 25, from 7.30-9.30pm Description: The future of Christchurch depends on strong sustainability. Sustainable Otautahi Christchurch is hosting an event to give people the opportunity for … Continue reading
Location: Bailies Bar, Edgeware VillageTime: September 23, from 7pm Description: With the local body elections coming up in mid October, come and hear what prospective councillors and community board members have to offer, alongside some of the old hands. Come … Continue reading