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H. Klinton vs Obama. How you consider, who will win elections?

Posted by XXXLKlintonLobby on 18-March-08
Hello all I'm new here !
Just wanted to say Hello to everyone.
Much to read and learn here, I'm sure I will enjoy !

Posted by Sensbachtal on 17-March-08
Christchurch Salsa Courses
Christchurch Salsa Courses (Abberley Park Hall, 15 Abberley Crescent, St Albans, Christchurch)

Learn to Salsa in Christchurch's most popular 8 week Salsa courses. Christchurch Salsa is at the Abberley Park Hall in the heart of Christchurch near the suburbs of St Albans, Avonside, Linwood, Phillipstown, Riccarton, Fendalton, Addington, Papanui, Shirley, Dallington, Bryndwr, Bishopdale and Middleton.

Learn over 20 fun Salsa moves and combinations in just 8 weeks of classes. Lots of free offstreet parking.

Beginners Salsa Course Start Dates
Mon 6.30pm: 21 January Tue 6.30pm: 12 February Wed 6.30pm: 5 March

Improvers Salsa Course Start Dates
Mon 7.30pm: 21 January Tue 7.30pm: 12 February

Intermediate Salsa Course Start Dates
Wed 7.30pm: 5 March

BOOKING AND INFORMATION

http://latinrhythm.co.nz/location/christchurch-salsa.htm
Ph 0800 4 SALSA

Posted by latinrhythm on 20-December-07
Christchurch aims to be the safest city in New Zealand
http://www.ccc.govt.nz/MediaReleases/2005/September/29133035.asp

Christchurch City Council has teamed up with central and local government bodies, the Police, local iwi and community organisations to focus on making the city a safer place to live, work, play and learn.

The new Safer Christchurch Strategy, launched last night, will mean a unified approach to crime prevention, injury prevention and road safety.

Posted by SmithD on 02-October-05
City celebrates opening of Antarctic summer season
http://www.ccc.govt.nz/MediaReleases/2005/September/23143947.asp

Christchurch is going all out this year to mark the opening of the Antarctic Summer Season and show the importance of Antarctica to the city.

From 1-9 October, there will be a feast of Antarctic related activities including exhibitions showcasing Antarctica?s stunning landscape, talks on what it?s like to live on the ice, presentations on scientific discoveries, the Hagglund Charity Challenge and a raft of kids? activities.

Posted by rita on 27-September-05
Snow falling in Christchurch
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/story.cfm?c_id=1&ObjectID=10346275

Canterbury was this morning in the grip of a cold snap with snow falling to nearly sea level in places with the southerly chill predicted to spread up the country this evening.

Snow was even falling at Christchurch Airport, MetService lead forecaster Paul Bruce said today.

Posted by john on 18-September-05
Upgrade for Christchurch airport
Plans for a $200-million upgrade of Christchurch's domestic and international airports have been unveiled.

They will see both airports combined to provide a hub for air travel in the South Island. International Airport Company chairman Syd Bradley says the development will be the largest and most complex project in the Canterbury region for two decades.

http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/newsdetail1.asp?storyID=79897

Posted by jimmy on 09-September-05
Court decision will make settlements harder
Christchurch City Council believes an Employment Court decision imposing a blanket ban on any communications by an employer to staff during bargaining will make future agreements harder to reach.

http://www.ccc.govt.nz/MediaReleases/2005/September/08181514.asp

Posted by mike on 08-September-05
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