6 months agoby Rangiora.co.nzKia Kaha Christchurch. The thoughts of the nation are with you, the victims and their loved ones. Hatred has no place in this country. Let's unite in love, kindness and understanding. #kiakaha#Christchurch#lovewillwin
6 months agoby Rangiora.co.nzThe Old School Collective had its grand opening on Saturday, March the 23rd. Mayor David Ayers spoke along with the co-founder of the collective Lisa Willets before the ribbon was cut. A Karakia(prayer) and a moment of silence was also held for the victims of the Christchurch attack. The collective has taken up occupancy of the old Waikuku School which was sitting derelict. Now the school rooms have new life breathed into then. They're home to several businesses including a cafe, an antiques store, a gift store, a yoga studio and a health consultancy service. The collective is located north
6 months agoby Rangiora.co.nzHello folks have you or someone you know recently come across this necklace and pendant with a loved one's hand print that looks like this photo, with a name on the back? Please contact Charlie Coco Cleverley on Facebook if you have found one. Thank you.
6 months agoby Rangiora.co.nzLove a good ghost story? NO Productions Theatre from Christchurch has a new treat for you! Written by David Allen and directed by Eilish Moran, this absorbing supernatural thriller is set in 19th century New Zealand, on the banks of Waimakariri, river of cold rushing water, and will be premiered at the Rangiora Town Hall for two nights only. … He has lost his memory. She has him back. They are husband and wife, she says. He is safe, she says. So why keep secrets? Why lock the door at the top of the stairs? And why is his only