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The Star: May 25, 2017

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The Star 9 News Cathedral money can be raised Pressure on church to make a decision • By Bridget Rutherford HERITAGE campaigners say the money needed to restore the Christ Church Cathedral can be raised, calling on the Anglican Diocese to “have some faith”. It comes as Bishop Victoria Matthews announced on Sunday a decision on the Cathedral’s Chris Kissling future would be made in September by Christchurch’s Synod – a governing body made up of 225 parishioners and priests. Christchurch Civic Trust chairman Chris Kissling, who was a member of the Anglican Synod in 2011 and 2012, was confident the money needed to restore the Cathedral could HAPPIER TIMES: Bishop Victoria Matthews in front of the Christ Church Cathedral before it was severely damaged in the September 4, 2010, and February 22, 2011, earthquakes. PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN be raised. “Christchurch Civic Trust urges Bishop Matthews and Church Property Trustees to have faith in the huge local and international readiness to get in behind fundraising for Latest Christchurch news at www. restoration.” Professor Kissling said pushing the announcement date back to September was too far away. “The road from here to September really is impacting .kiwi negatively on the planning process for regeneration around Cathedral Square. “I don’t think they are doing the citizens of Christchurch a great deal of service.” He said a special meeting should be called by Synod to make a decision sooner. Great Christchurch Buildings Trust has offered to raise $15 million through donations to put towards the restoration, and the Government has offered a $10 million grant and $15 million loan. That could go alongside the diocese’s $42 million insurance payout. Minister supporting Greater Christchurch Regeneration Nicky Wagner said it was disappointing to see another delay, and wanted a solution before September. City councillor Yani Johanson said a decision on the Cathedral’s future was taking “far too long.” •Nicky Wagner’s column, page 14 Thursday May 25 2017 SALE UP TO 70% OFF • Ballgowns • Cocktail Wear • Shoes • Separates Your best dress address PARK AVENUE Fashions 363 Lincoln Rd (Moorhouse Ave end) Christchurch Parking alongside the Railway line Ph 374 5858 Still trying to get your EQ damage or repair issues sorted Call your GP team 24/7 for health advice. If it’s after-hours a nurse is available to give free health advice. We’ve helped hundreds of homeowners get what their policy promises. Talk to us about our “no win-no fee” approach. 12 9 6 3 Ph: 03 377 8855 | 127 Ferry Road, Christchurch City E: | W: NO WIN NO FEE