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Friday, 15 February 2019
A Week of Strikes - Midwives Rally Around The Country
Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Midwives Withdraw Nelson-Marlborough Strike
MERAS, the union representing midwives, has withdrawn its strike for Nelson-Marlborough DHB in light of the continuing state of emergency.
Sunday, 10 February 2019
A Busy Weekend at The Transitional Cathedral in Christchurch
Jane Zuster - Collaged photographs of living rooms with missing walls revealing quake sites http://www.newzealandpainting.co.nz/2012/04/christchurch-art-after-the-quakes/ Jane has hand sewn the photographs together in banners, one under each other (see attached images).
Saturday, 9 February 2019
Midwives Plan Symbolic Hikoi to Parliament to Support Their Pay Claims
"If you love your Mama, march with midwives next week".
Thursday, 7 February 2019
Earthquakes and Butterflies – A Theatrical Journey of Resilience
The eighth anniversary of the 22 February Canterbury earthquake will see a new adaptation of Kathleen Gallagher’s novel “Earthquakes and Butterflies” take the stage in the Christchurch Transitional Cathedral.
Friday, 1 February 2019
Union Feeling Positive After Facilitation Today
The midwives’ union, MERAS, is cautiously optimistic following a positive session of the full negotiating teams in facilitation today.
Wednesday, 30 January 2019
Strong Start to the Year For Rangi Ruru Girls' School
The Rangi Ruru school year has started strongly with outstanding 2018 NCEA results announced in January.
DHB-employed Midwives to Strike Again
The midwives' union MERAS has issued strike notices for 12-hour strikes from 9am-9pm, on 11-14 February.
Thursday, 24 January 2019
New Chief Executive at the New Zealand College of Midwives
The New Zealand College of Midwives has appointed Alison Eddy as its new Chief
Tuesday, 22 January 2019
Greatest Strongman Of All Time In Christchurch
The man considered by many as the greatest strongman of all time, is coming to Christchurch.
Friday, 30 November 2018
DHB Strangling Midwives' Right to Strike
Statement from the NZ College of Midwives.
Monday, 26 November 2018
Construction Co-op Makes National Impact
An innovative newcomer to the construction industry is going national.
Sunday, 25 November 2018
Striking Midwives To Picket In Christchurch Tomorrow
Midwives will picket in Christchurch tomorrow, opposite Christchurch Women’s Hospital.
Wednesday, 21 November 2018
MERAS Union Midwives Kick Off Two Weeks of Strike Action
More than 1150 DHB-employed midwives will begin strike action tomorrow (Thursday, 22 November).
Tuesday, 20 November 2018
Midwives Join Call For Better Postnatal Resourcing
Midwives agree that access to high quality care for 48 hours after birth is vital to the wellbeing of mothers and babies and should be an urgent priority for the health service.
Monday, 19 November 2018
Christchurch Performer Takes Top Award in New York
Ali Harper has picked up the Best One-Woman Show at the United Solo Festival Awards Gala tonight in New York.
Tuesday, 13 November 2018
EQC Claimant Reference Group Welcomes Commission of Inquiry Announcement
The Claimants Reference Group (CRG), established from the recommendations from the Stevenson Report, is welcoming the announcement today of a Commission of Inquiry into The Earthquake Commission.
Claimants Group Welcomes EQC Inquiry But Sounds Word of Caution
The announcement of a Public Inquiry into EQC is welcomed today by claimants’ group EQCFix.
Kiwi Actor Arriving Home After Six Months At Sea Testing For Plastic Pollution
Around 80% of the samples taken from the ocean by Phil Somerville on his six-month journey from LA to New Zealand, had plastic in them.
Monday, 12 November 2018
Eat Less Plastic Team Arrives in Auckland This Week
An international team of scientists, celebrities, and environmental citizens is set to complete a trans-Pacific voyage to combat plastic pollution.
Friday, 9 November 2018
Anonymous Donors Get Christchurch Performer to New York
You could have knocked Christchurch actress and a chanteuse Ali Harper over with a feather, more than once in recent weeks.
Student's Social Enterprise Breaking Down Barriers One Meal at a Time
A refugee and immigrant focused cookbook, ‘Spoonful of Spice’ created by a group of Year 12 Rangi Ruru students, will hit the shelves in the next few weeks.
Tuesday, 6 November 2018
DHB Employed Midwives Reject DHBs' Pay Offer – Strike Looms
More than 1100 District Health Board (DHB) employed midwives have voted overwhelmingly to reject the DHBs’ pay offer and to go on strike.
Tuesday, 30 October 2018
Looking After Your Mental and Physical Wellbeing Should Be Expected and 'Normal'
“I haven’t got time”.
Friday, 26 October 2018
Lawyer Challenges Steel & Tube to Indemnify
“If there’s nothing wrong with the product, indemnify property owners.”
That’s the challenge lawyer Adina Thorn is presenting to Steel & Tube today after it was reported their Chief Executive Mark Malpass said the company has full confidence in the quality of their product (referring to non-compliant steel mesh).
Thursday, 25 October 2018
Additional Rocky Horror Picture Show Sing-A-Long Tickets Almost All Snapped Up
The release of extra seats to the Friday night Rocky Horror sing-a-long event has seen a speedy snapping up of almost all the tickets.
Enchanted Garden Vows to Fight to Stay
A council staff report is recommending that the Enchanted Garden Exhibition be turned down in favour of the Horticultural Society as long-term tenant of the Tea Kiosk in the Botanic Gardens
Wednesday, 24 October 2018
Steel & Tube's Record Fine No Help To Homeowners
Today's District Court decision to fine Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd $1.885 million on 24 charges relating to the sale of non-compliant steel mesh delivers nothing to those home owners and contractors who have used the company's products in good faith, says litigation lawyer Adina Thorn.
Thursday, 18 October 2018
Zombie Hordes Return to Christchurch for a Celebration of the (Un)Dead.
The post-apocalyptic city will be linking up with the world's largest zombie crowd on Sunday October 28 at 11am as part of a global community of ghouls getting their freak on to Michael Jackson's Thriller.
Tuesday, 16 October 2018
Get Your Hoops Out - NZ Record on the Horizon
It's less than two weeks before the biggest hoop-off many have ever seen will hit Hagley Park in Christchurch.