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    Naked man coughs up $1500
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    Wednesday, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 2

    A CHRISTCHURCH man is $1500 lighter after he stood naked in front of three teenagers. Martin Burley, 36, was ordered to pay the amount after he was convicted of an indecent act and intention to insult. The charges related to an incident in September, when Burley stood naked in his... 

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    Couple forces ECan to front up on consents
    BY TOM DOUDNEY
    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014 - Pg 1

    Environment Canterbury has admitted it decided not to enforce resource consent for sewerage valves on a Lincoln couple's property, in spite of knowing it was legally required. Nyki and Jason McQueen have been fighting to stop the district council installing the two above-ground se... 

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    Teens caught in high-speed hill ride
    BY MAX TOWLE
    Monday, July 21st 2014 - Pg 1

    Cashmere thrill seekers are taking joy-riding to a new extreme. Teenagers have been caught riding children's tricycles at high speeds down Hackthorne Rd at night without brakes or lights. It follows a police crackdown on longboarders and skateboarders zooming down Major Aitken Dri... 

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    Nurse, patient reunite
    BY HALEY JONES
    Monday, July 21st 2014 - Pg 6

    An 84-year-old retired nurse has been reunited with a patient she treated 67 years ago in a south Taranaki children's hospital. In 1947, Dorothy Kitchingman was a high school student volunteering at Hawera Hospital during the school holidays when she met Bernard Hughes, a six-year... 

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    Why politicians avoid
    Rt Hon Colin Craig Conservative party leader
    Saturday, July 19th 2014 - Pg 4

    I was listening to an interview just two days ago in which a party leader refused to identify his party's bottom line. He wasn't the first to dodge this question. Politicians can be as slippery as eels. Well, the Conservative Party is different. We are pleased to say what our bott... 

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    Killer driver will return to the Netherlands
    By Max Towle
    Friday, July 18th 2014 - Pg 2

    Dutch businessman Johannes Appelman, who lost his licence for 15 months yesterday after causing the horrific car crash which killed Sally Summerfield, Ella Summerfield and Abi ,one, will be able to get back behind the wheel when he returns to the Netherlands. THE DUTCH businessman... 

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    Mt Pleasant man meets PM
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    Wednesday, July 16th 2014 - Pg 3

    Mt Pleasant resident David Bolam-Smith met Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe when he visited last week. Mr Bolam-Smith spoke to Mr Abe in the Transitional Cathedral which was placed under high-security lock down. He said Mr Abe, was 'humble and approachable.' "It was an absolute ... 

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    Women gain weight through stress-eating
    By Emma-Jane McLennan
    Wednesday, July 16th 2014 - Pg 3

    Latest research shows that a stressful day can cause women to gain weight - and 20-year-old Christchurch student Milly Davies agrees. The experts also say that stress-eating can be a killer, it leads to a steeper rise in triglyceride blood fats - a risk factor for heart disease. A... 

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    Couple fight to stop sewerage valves
    BY TOM DOUDNEY
    Tuesday, July 15th 2014 - Pg 3

    A Lincoln couple fighting to stop sewerage valves being installed on their property has questioned whether 55 other such valves already installed around the district should have required resource consent. The district council has been forced to go through a resource consent proces... 

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    Insurance, money hamper facilities plan
    BY MAX TOWLE
    Monday, July 14th 2014 - Pg 1

    Insurance disputes and empty wallets are keeping the future of some of south Christchurch's facilities up in the air. The city council released a community committee report last week updating the status of the city's community facilities. It showed an insurance dispute was holding... 

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    Police unit covers more ground
    BY GABRIELLE STUART
    Monday, July 14th 2014 - Pg 1

    A specialist police team is about to start operating in eastern Riccarton to curb crime there. The Riccarton Neighbourhood Policing Team has operated successfully in western parts of the suburb. From this month it is expanding into the eastern area. But the team will not increase ... 

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    Awards for our team
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    Monday, July 14th 2014 - Pg 2

    The Christchurch Star Company has received major recognition in a national newspaper competition. The Nor'West News, one of company's community newspapers, was awarded the best individual advertising portfolio and best advertising portfolio overall at the New Zealand Community New... 

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    Garden lease hopeful
    BY GABRIELLE STUART
    Monday, July 14th 2014 - Pg 3

    A 10-year lease extension for the New Brighton community garden will be put to the city council for approval on Thursday. The New Brighton Community Garden Trust has leased more than 2000 sq m of land on Rawhiti Domain for $1 per year for the past 10 years. The Burwood-Pegasus Com... 

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    Council keen on Labour plan
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    Friday, July 11th 2014 - Pg 3

    THE CITY council is eager to take the reigns on the city's rebuild. David Cunliffe has announced Labour, if elected, will ditch the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority when its legislation expires in 2016. He said Cantabrians wanted more control in how Christchurch recovered.... 

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    War memorial hall to face bulldozer
    By Max Towle
    Wednesday, July 9th 2014 - Pg 3

    PROTESTERS VENTED their frustration in Moorhouse Ave yesterday after another heritagelisted building was condemned to demolition. The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority has signed off on a Christchurch Polytechnic application to have its quake-damaged World War 1 memorial ha... 

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    Safeguard for underground infrastructure
    BY TOM DOUDNEY
    Tuesday, July 8th 2014 - Pg 3

    A new insurance deal for the district's underground infrastructure is expected to reduce its exposure to risk in the event of an Alpine Fault rupture. The district council has $564.1 million worth of such assets which are currently covered only by its own $11.5 million self insura... 

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    Joint effort to deal with rowdy uni students
    BY GABRIELLE STUART
    Monday, July 7th 2014 - Pg 3

    Riccarton residents are sick of problems caused by rowdy Lincoln University students living in the area. The Riccarton-Wigram Community Board will meet with university staff this month in order to work through the issues. Many Lincoln University students live in Riccarton, because... 

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    A new life, new chapter
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    Monday, July 7th 2014 - Pg 6

    What are some of your other hobbies! I have a big garden and I love my garden. It has perennials and natives, even an orchard. In past times it was open to the public for garden tours, one was to fund raise for the Governors Bay jetty and the other for the Cathedral. Both are ruin...