Community Newsletter Collection

The Community Newsletter Collection contains newsletters circulated to Christchurch communities by residents' associations and community groups. The newsletters are typically written and edited by volunteers, and contain advertisements for local businesses. Collectively they help document the impact of the Canterbury earthquakes on the communities of Christchurch.

Last updated
2:48pm 31st October 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:561

CanCERN Online Newsletters
CanCERN Online Newsletters
Canterbury Communities'€™ Earthquake Recovery Network is a network of Residents Association and Community Group representatives from the earthquake-affected neighbourhoods of Canterbury. They put out an online newsletter every week with news and updates for those affected by the earthquakes.
Contains 131 items
Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre
Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre
Newsletters and information sheets produced by the Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre. The Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre is run by a charitable trust, which aims to: build pride in the local community; work with Council and local organisations; develop an awareness of the area's unique cultural landscape; promote the Harbour Basin as a healthy place to stay, play and train; maintain a friendly and vibrant atmosphere; create a very special visitor experience; and be sustainable.
Contains 3 items
St Albans News
St Albans News
St Albans News is a community newspaper published bi-monthly by the St Albans Residents' Association (SARA), and delivered free to 7000 homes and businesses in the St Albans area.
Contains 35 items
The Addington Times
The Addington Times
The Addington Times is a newsletter jointly produced by the Addington Neighbourhood Association, Manuka Cottage and Addington Community House. As the “Voice of the Addington community”, it contains articles about important local issues, prominent community members, and the history of Addington. The publication also promotes community events and businesses. Addington has undergone rapid and drastic change since the earthquakes, with an increase in traffic and a number of former central city businesses migrating to the suburb. The Addington Times documents these changes and voices the community’s reaction to them.
Contains 49 items
The Burnside Barometer
The Burnside Barometer
The Burnside Barometer was a community newsletter published quarterly by the Burnside Community Transformation Trust between 2008 and 2014. Over its six years and 26 editions, the Barometer covered events such as the Burnside Fun Day, local history and street names, news from local sports and dance clubs, updates on local schools and churches, the installation of the new ultra-fast broadband, and the response to the Canterbury earthquakes.
Contains 16 items
The Diamond Harbour Herald
The Diamond Harbour Herald
The Diamond Harbour Herald is a community newspaper established in 1952 and published by the Diamond Harbour Community Association. It contains news about the residents and businesses in Diamond Harbour, recipes, helpful tips, weather updates, classifieds, notices, and events.
Contains 43 items
The Halswell Community E-Newsletter
The Halswell Community E-Newsletter
The Halswell Community E-Newsletter is a monthly publication produced by the Halswell Community Project.The Halswell Community Project consists of a small group of volunteers who are interested in promoting Halswell, and Halswell clubs, group activities and businesses, to Halswell residents and residents of surrounding areas. The free newsletter highlights community events and contains articles about important local news, website updates, general notices, for-sale notices and a wanted section.
Contains 48 items
The Southshore Beacon
The Southshore Beacon
The Southshore Beacon is a community newsletter published by the Southshore Residents Association. Since the publication of the first edition in 1989, it has served as a forum to promote awareness of local issues and foster community spirit. Each edition also contains advertisements for local businesses, community notices, classifieds and diversions. Southshore was severely affected by the earthquakes, and in the aftermath the Beacon has been looking after local interests by providing guidance on issues like dealing with insurers, the Earthquake Commission, and the zoning process.
Contains 25 items