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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    An emergency's about to cost Christchurch residents a lot more in parking

    An emergency's about to cost Christchurch residents a lot more in parking


    From today, new parking charges come into force at the Waipapa building -- the first 30 minutes are free, but two hours of parking will cost you $17.50.

    Canterbury DHB's Rachel Cadle says the short-stay parks are an upgrade to the old pick-up and drop-off areas outside the hospital.

    She says the parks are meant to encourage a fast turnover for people accessing Waipapa -- and complement the DHB's park and ride shuttle service operating from the Deans Ave site.

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