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    There's a surprise in store for trans-Tasman visitors -- in the form of Christchurch's rebuild

    There's a surprise in store for trans-Tasman visitors -- in the form of Christchurch's rebuild


    Pre-Covid, card data shows Australians spent around $66.5 million a year in the Garden City, and it's hoped ski bunnies will explore the area, before hitting the slopes.

    Christchurch NZ Head of Tourism, Kath Low, says Aussies who haven't visited Christchurch since post-quake, are in for a shock.

    She says the city's been rebuilt from the rubble into a thriving city with bars, restaurants and laneways to entertain visitors.

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    Rugby:
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    Entertainment:
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    Rugby League:
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    Sailing:
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    Rugby:
    Next year's men's softball world championships in Auckland have been shifted from February to November 8:17

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    Living & Travel:
    Calls for Christchurch's very own, Erebus disaster memorial 8:07

    Business:
    High income countries with a Covid-19 vaccine pipeline are being urged to provide a billion doses to low and middle income countries by September 7:57


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