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Minister Makes Metro Announcement

22 November, 2017 The Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration, Megan Woods has today announced a new plan for the Metro Sports Facility anchor project,

Practicing What They Preach

15 November, 2017 Doctors and nurses representing 20 practices across Greater Christchurch are taking on a unique workplace challenge to highlight the value of being active to health and wellbeing.

“Get Moving” – Says the Latest Generation of Student Leaders

15 November, 2017 Student leaders in southern Christchurch have found a new way to influence their peers in a positive direction – by helping them “get active.”

"The Gardening Generation"

10 November, 2017 The Tongan SDA Garden City Fellowship congregation are right behind an initiative to create their own backyard vegetable gardens with the results set to benefit the entire community.

Remembrance Event Returns

7 November, 2017 Sport Canterbury has confirmed that the Mitre 10 MEGA – A Run to Remember will return to the Port Hills in 2018, on Saturday 24 February.

Learning on So Many Levels

3 November, 2017 From BMX to gymnastics, swimming and wheelchair basketball, countless sporting codes were represented at a unique Canterbury coaching hui.

A Sporting Contribution to Canterbury

27 October, 2017 Anita Sutherland’s passion for the sport she loves remains as strong as ever.

"Just What the Doctor Ordered"

27 October, 2017 For Christchurch grandmother Shirley McQuoid, a North Canterbury fun run was “just what the doctor ordered.”

Schools Embrace End-of-Term Challenge

26 October, 2017 On Tuesday 12 December, over 2,600 primary and intermediate students from across Greater Christchurch are expected to come together for the fifth annual Sport Canterbury Tough Kid event.

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