This Is Christchurch: No New Airports Likely Without Government Intervention

First published on This Is Christchurch Read More Christchurch City Council has waded into the debate about Central Otago airports by letting its subsidiary company Christchurch International Airport Ltd buy up land at Tarras for a proposed replacement for Queenstown Airport. With an eye on the tourism market, and keen to assert itself as the… Continue reading This Is Christchurch: No New Airports Likely Without Government Intervention

This Is Christchurch: Labour Health Sector Restructuring Credulity [4]

First published on This Is Christchurch Read More So TIC embarked on a series of articles in this subject the most recent of which was written some 12 months ago. And now 1 July 2022 has rolled around, the 20 DHBs have been abolished and the new central bureaucracy has taken over. This week in… Continue reading This Is Christchurch: Labour Health Sector Restructuring Credulity [4]

This Is Christchurch: Localism / Regionalism In Canterbury

First published on This Is Christchurch Read More Following up from the previous post on the so called “regional” stadium here are some more thoughts about local authorities in Canterbury. This follows on from a desperate attempt by CCC to portray the stadium as a “regional” facility in order to justify approaching other local authorities… Continue reading This Is Christchurch: Localism / Regionalism In Canterbury