Christchurch Central Electorate

A new $15 million ambulance hub for St John will open in central Christchurch within a year, the charity has announced.

I have just come back to Christchurch from the National Party Conference and wanted to pass on to you our Prime Minister’s comments about migrants and how New Zealand connects to the world.

The 2016 Youth Fund is open for applications and Christchurch Central MP Nicky Wagner is promoting the opportunity to local young people and youth leaders.

“I encourage constituents with ideas for youth-driven projects to apply for a share of the Government’s $200,000 Youth Fund.

At some point in our lives we all worry and feel anxious. The Worry Bug project seeks to recognise and address mild to moderate anxiety.

Hon Nicky Wagner MP is delighted locals will enjoy the three Christchurch city cycleways sooner than previously planned thanks to funding from the $333 million Urban Cycleways Programme.

On Friday last week I had the privilege of launching the Urban Living Wall on the corner of High Street and Cashel Street in the Christchurch Central Business District.

This morning I opened the new Pacific Health Clinic in Montreal Street. The opening of the clinic marks an important occasion for our Pacific community and our vulnerable populations because we are now able to provide them with better access to primary health care services at the lowest possible cost.

On Friday I had the honour of meeting Mr Gaku Hashimoto, Japanese Parliamentary Vice Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare, and visiting Prime Minister’s Fellow.

It’s official - the new-look Christchurch Airport Marathon is under starter’s orders for Sunday 31st May, back within Christchurch’s four avenues on a new course that promises to re-invigorate both the event and the central city.

I was delighted to see Kilmarnock recognized again for the great work they do. Kilmarnock Enterprises has surpassed expectations and added the ACC Workplace Safety Award to their list of accomplishments.