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  •   Home > News > Environment

    A Christchurch high school will reopen today after two earthquake-prone buildings were discovered last week

    A Christchurch high school will reopen today after two earthquake-prone buildings were discovered last week



    Draft seismic assessments found Burnside High School's I and J blocks sit below the New Building Standards earthquake rating requirements.

    The school closed on Thursday and Friday while new timetables and teaching locations were decided.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     Today's News

    International:
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    Health & Safety:
    Second deadly fire in India kills six infants at children's hospital in Delhi 19:47

    Politics:
    Labour Party Leader Chris Hipkins says charter schools are the wrong way to address outlying students 18:57

    Tennis:
    The year's second tennis major - the French Open - gets underway tonight, with multiple major winners Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka squaring off in the first round 18:37

    Rugby:
    The Southern Steel are celebrating their second win of the ANZ Premiership netball season - leaping off the bottom of the ladder with a 47-43 win over the Mystics in Dunedin 18:27

    Rugby League:
    The Warriors have again shuffled their side for tonight's NRL match against the Dolphins with fullback Taine Tuaupiki another game-day withdrawal 18:07

    Rugby:
    Finals footy awaits for the Highlanders, confirming their spot in the quarter-finals with a 39-3 romp over the Fijian Drua in Dunedin 17:27

    Business:
    The Finance Minister is playing down any major surprises in this week's Budget 17:27

    Rugby League:
    The Warriors have been forced into further changes to their matchday squad to face the Dolphins tonight at Mount Smart 16:57

    Basketball:
    A furious late rally has seen the Boston Celtics haul in the Indiana Pacers in game three of the NBA's eastern conference finals and move to within a win of making the Championship series 16:37


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