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Jumping off the sky tower in a pink ball gown to launch her new fashion label was a daring stunt from Christchurch fashion designer Wendy Jerard.
We’ve recently formed a collaborative, ENGAGE Canterbury, with two other like-minded businesses that are passionate about building strong post-earthquake communities.
We've made a bit of noise in the last week with our response to Johnny Moore's column in The Press (3 July) that claimed High Street was struggling compared to Victoria Street. Today he has acknowledged that he neglected to tell people about the good work being done in our street.
To the Editor (The Press),
In response to Johnny Moore’s opinion piece ‘Victoria Street up, High Street Struggling’.
Before Johnny Moore moves into the neighbourhood, a bunch of us, High St office dwellers, would like to update him on what has been happening in the area and more excitingly what is just around the corner.