See, learn and experience
Visitors to the landmark Akaroa Lighthouse will be able to view the original machinery inside thanks to new funding from the Christchurch City Council.
More than 120,000 books are back on Christchurch City Libraries shelves after one week.
Book talk, community connections and conversations are moving online as Christchurch City Libraries’ virtual book clubs ease isolation for hundreds of people.
A Chinese-speaking service is now available at Christchurch City Libraries.
Digital Wā Kōrero is going live as Christchurch City Libraries hosts special online Storytimes sessions featuring several familiar library faces.
Christchurch’s multi-skilled library learning team has temporarily swapped after-school programmes for 3D printers to create protective face shields for community-based groups and other frontline medical workers.
Lockdown images that capture the lives of people and their neighbourhood places will help create a historical collective record of life in isolation for the Christchurch City Libraries Discovery Wall.
Cantabrians are being asked to identify people and places in tens of thousands of images taken by New Zealand’s longest-running photography studio.