Think Papanui’s weekly email newsletter

Subscribe for a chance to win: each Friday afternoon Think Papanui sends an email summary of stories published over the previous week. At the end of today Sunday 31 May there’ll be a draw for a $20 gift card from Columbus Cafe as a way of saying thank you to email subscribers. If you’re an existing subscriber, you’re already in the draw! If you want to join, click through to sign up Terms at https://thinkpapanui.nz/tnc.


Community Board newsletter: 27 May

The latest newsletter from the Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board includes information on: the new modular pump track in Shirley Community Reserve; work downstream of the Christchurch Northern Corridor; the resumption of Community Board meetings; more spot checks of yellow wheelie bins; a revised draft Annual Plan; and more. Click through to read and to sign up to receive newsletters by email:


Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board newsletter: 20 May

This week’s newsletter from the Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board includes updates on: supporting local businesses; free parking in the CBD; recycling; the reopening of the pools at the Graham Condon Recreation & Sport Centre; upcoming consultation on a revised Council budget; and more. Click through to read and to sign up to receive future newsletters by email:


Night works at Cranford/Innes

There’ll be work at the Cranford/Innes intersection tonight 17 May to install signal loops for the new traffic lights. Keep an eye out for changes to traffic conditions from 7pm as this work gets underway. Next Sunday night 24 May the new lights should be commissioned – while that happens the intersection will be set up as a roundabout. Click through for more info: