Improvements are being planned for one of Christchurch’s most popular spots for water sports and summer fun.
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Christchurch City Council is holding its first meeting of the year at 9.30am on Thursday 27 January. The main items on the agenda for the public part of the meeting are:
Consultation remains open on a Christchurch City Council proposal to replace Akaroa’s 134-year-old wharf with a new structure in the same location.
Christchurch: A great place to be
Three Christchurch-based innovators have each been awarded $10,000 in grant funding, alongside mentoring and support, to develop their prototypes for capturing aerial imagery as part of the Christchurch Aerospace Challenge.
Fancy an evening picnic, a musical journey through the ages, and a stunning fireworks display?
See, learn and experience
Saturday night's Sparks concert will be the first for violinist Arna Morton but as a Christchurch local she’s grown up with the popular event.
The art of Māori weaving, under threat 40 years ago, is celebrating its survival against overwhelming odds in a world first exhibition, Te Puna Waiora: The Distinguished Weavers of Te Kāhui Whiritoi.
Looking after our natural resources
A corner of North Hagley Park has been planted with wildflowers to help boost the city’s bee population.
There is no such thing as a normal day at work for Christchurch City Council Ranger Yvette Williams.
Creating a modern, sustainable city
Businesses and neighbours of the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena now have certainty about how many concerts and large events can be held there as Christchurch City Council’s recommended planning rule changes to manage noise from the venue have been approved.
Christchurch City Council has identified which areas of the city are unsuitable for enabling more housing under the government’s new rules.