If you’re in the Redwood/Papanui area you might want to get along to Redwood Library this Thursday afternoon for a Pokémon event: Come to Redwood Library for some Pokémon Fun! Featuring: Lures, 3D Pens, Pokémon Raffle, Hama Beads, Design your own Pokeball, Colouring and drawing.
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See this notice from SCIRT for information on wastewater repairs in the Papanui / Northcote / Casebrook / Redwood / Mairehau area: http://strongerchristchurch.govt.nz/work/activity/9966
There will be a site coned off in the middle of the road and on the footpath or on the property boundary. Motorists and pedestrians will be directed around our work site respectively. Our work will not restrict vehicle access to properties. There will be on-street parking restrictions in place. Ther…
Something positive to look forward to: come down to Northcity Church 95A Sawyers Arms Road this Saturday 19 November 7pm-9:30pm for a market featuring crafts, Christmas gifts, and more. Details here: Come along to Northcity for their first ever Community “Festive Night Market!”
Do all your Christmas shopping under one roof, find something different and unique and maybe treat yourself to something nice.
Jewellery, candles, food, Christmas gifts, personalised gifts, clothing, cards and so much more made and created by very talented people in your community!
Drop your change into the Koha box to support families in need at Christmas.
Would love you to share this post with all your friends and we look forward to seeing you all for a great night on Saturday the 19th November at 7pm at Northcity Church.
THIS IS A CASH ONLY EVENT.
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Northlands to open at 10am today.
We hope you and your families are okay after last night’s earthquake. Northlands Shopping Centre has been thoroughly inspected by a safety engineer and will be open at 10am today. Thanks for your patience while these checks were undertaken.
Updated 9:35am: Northlands Shopping Centre has been thoroughly inspected by a safety engineer and will be open at 10am today (see the Northlands Facebook page).
Northlands Mall: being checked, more information to follow.
UPDATE 9.32am: We hope you and your families are okay after last night’s earthquakes. Our safety engineers have cleared Northlands for opening and the centre will be open from 10am. Thanks for your patience.
Final update 9:35am:
Northlands Shopping Centre has been thoroughly inspected by a safety engineer and will be open at 10am today (Facebook)
Papanui Primary confirmed open (Facebook)
Cotswold School open (email, Tiqbiz)
Information known by Think Papanui:
Papanui High School: open (Facebook)
Casebrook Intermediate: open (website)
Cotswold School open (email, Tiqbiz)
Paparoa Street School: open (website)
TKW alternative education: closed today (Facebook)
Papanui Primary School: open (Facebook)
Other local schools: unknown – check your school’s website/Facebook/Twitter
The Ministry of Education has advised schools and early childhood centres from North Canterbury to Wellington to remain closed until buildings have been checked (website)
NZQA advises that NCEA exams will proceed in most of NZ, where schools cannot open there is a process for an emergency derived grade (website)
Northlands Mall: to open at 10am (Facebook)
Christchurch Airport advises they are operating as normal (source: Twitter)
Metroinfo advises some impacts to Christchurch bus services due to the Tsunami warning (website)
Hopefully everyone is doing OK this morning. Radio NZ is reporting that the Ministry of Education is “advising schools from North Canterbury to Wellington to remain closed today”. Keep an eye on the usual information channels for news about specific schools (website, Facebook, Twitter…). Think Papanui will share information about local closures when/if it comes to hand.
In your community: come down to Bishopdale Park next Sunday 20 Nov between 11am-2pm for Celebrate Bishopdale. Free entry, stage performers, activities for children, local community groups, market stalls. See the Facebook event for more details: Come along and Celebrate Bishopdale!
This is the 4th year of our local festival where we have stage performers, lots of activities for children; local community groups will be present and market stalls to browse and shop for your Christmas presents!
Celebrate Bishopdale is organised by the Christchurch City Council’s Fendalton/Waimairi Community Governance staff in partnership with the Bishopdale Community Trust. The event is funded by the Fendalton/Waimairi Community Board.
We aren’t accepting any more commercial food vendors as this event is a local event and for fundraising.
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As consultation on the Northern Line cycleway comes to a close, work is already underway on the Papanui Parallel. “The start of works on the Papanui route was a significant milestone for the Cycleways programme”: http://www.ccc.govt.nz/the-council/newsline/show/1155
Work has kicked off on the new $14 million Papanui Parallel cycleway and the contractor is trialling a new 360 degree way of looking at things.
One more week to have your say! Do you feel strongly about proposed cycleway changes along the railway line? Are you just mildly supportive (or opposed), or do you want to find out more? Feedback and comments are being sought before 5pm Thursday 17 November 2016. For more information and to submit feedback click through to https://ccc.govt.nz/transport/cycling/major-cycle-routes/major-cycle-routes-consultation/northern-line-consultation/
You can give feedback on the plans for the Northern Line Cycleway until Thursday, 17 November 2016. Information sessions will be held throughout November.
The first ordinary meeting of the Papanui-Innes Community Board is scheduled for 4pm next Tuesday 15 November. This meeting is open for the public to attend. The agenda (link below) includes a status report to the Board from Council staff (significant projects, community issues, business priorities…), the board will also consider liaison/representation arrangements with local groups & committees, and there’s more: http://christchurch.infocouncil.biz/Open/2016/11/PICB_20161115_AGN_1195_AT_WEB.htm