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Christchurch school rebuild to begin, five years behind schedule
Construction of the new Banks Avenue School will finally commence next month, more than five years after the work was originally due to begin. 
© 2021 9:55am 

Man doing landscaping killed by rolling vehicle at Banks Peninsula property
The 53-year-old died when the vehicle rolled down a driveway and hit him while he was doing landscaping work. 
© 2021 Wed 2:45pm 

Person dies after being hit by vehicle in Canterbury driveway
A person has died after being hit by a vehicle in a driveway on Banks Peninsula.The incident happened about 4pm today in Bayview Crescent, Duvauchelle."Sadly, the person died at the scene," police said. DO YOU KNOW MORE? CLICK... 
© 2021 NZ Herald Tue 9:45pm 

Police investigate fatal crash on Banks Peninsula near Christchurch
A person died at scene after being hit by a vehicle in Duvauchelle on Tuesday afternoon. 
© 2021 Tue 8:25pm 

Investors plead with ASB's rival banks not to restrict loans for new builds
It's wrong to require 40 per cent deposits from investors on new builds, they say. 
© 2021 Wed, 17 Feb 11:55am 

Akaroa health warning over carcasses in water supply
Health officials are asking residents of Akaroa on Banks Peninsula to seek help if they feel unwell, after dead animals were found in the town's water supply. 
© 2021 RadioNZ Mon, 15 Feb 6:15pm 

Three major banks shut branches across Auckland
Three major banks have closed all their Auckland branches for today while others only have selected branches open after the city moved into an alert level 3 lockdown overnight.ASB, BNZ and Kiwibank have all decided to close up their... 
© 2021 NZ Herald Mon, 15 Feb 9:25am 

Dead animals found in Banks Peninsula reservoir
Dead animals found in a Banks Peninsula reservoir may mean residents in Akaroa and Takamatua may have to boil their water for weeks. 
© 2021 RadioNZ Fri, 12 Feb 9:05pm 

John Banks and racist callers: Is talkback radio getting worse?
EXPLAINER: Cranks talking about race? Or more measured discussions about the merits of broccoli v broccolini? 
© 2021 Fri, 5 Feb 5:45am 

X Games: Zoi Sadowski-Synnott wins second medal in Aspen, claims bronze in Big Air
Teenage Kiwi snowboard sensation banks another X Games medal as her family watches on from home. 
© 2021 Mon, 1 Feb 5:35pm 

John Banks' remarks 'extremely disappointing'
MediaWorks' chief executive, Cam Wallace, has told staff there is no place for John Banks at the media company as long as he is boss. 
© 2021 RadioNZ Fri, 29 Jan 11:05am 

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Prospa survey reveals access to finance one of the biggest pain-points for growth amongst Kiwi SMEs
Access to capital from banks and traditional lenders has always been difficult for small businesses, but it has never been more important says fintech Prospa's general manager. 
© 2021 4:55am 

Bank profits fall amid Covid-19 pandemic
The profits of the country's banks have fallen by more than a quarter over the past year amid the Covid-19 pandemic, a fall in margins because of low interest rates and higher costs. 
© 2021 RadioNZ Wed 6:15am 

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Who's to blame for housing unaffordability?
OPINION: Our bureaucratic masters think forcing banks to increase the loan to value ratio is a good idea. It's not. 
© 2021 Sun 5:05am 

Melbourne man becomes online star after refusing to stop BBQing in lockdown
A stubborn Melbourne resident has become an online hit after he refused to let the lockdown stop him from barbecuing.The unknown man was filmed by a Seven News reporter on Valentine's Day browning some snags and onions on the banks... 
© 2021 NZ Herald Tue, 16 Feb 9:45pm 

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Christchurch City Council: Dead animals found in Banks Peninsula reservoir
Dead animals found in a Banks Peninsula reservoir may mean residents in Akaroa and Takamatua may have to boil their water for weeks.Christchurch City Council said several small dead animals were found in the reservoir on Tuesday... 
© 2021 NZ Herald Fri, 12 Feb 11:45pm 

'You're going to have to have some very hard conversations': Tourism Minister says 'bleeding' tourism businesses shouldn't expect more Government support
Struggling operators are 'probably going to have to have some very hard conversations' with banks, creditors and employees, Stuart Nash says. 
© 2021 Thu, 11 Feb 10:05am 

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John Banks' on-air comments: 'Why do we keep giving these people a platform?'
OPINION: Apparently we live in a post-racial world. I don't know when it happened, I clearly missed the memo, writes Saziah Bashir. 
© 2021 Fri, 29 Jan 2:35pm 

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