Christchurch: A great place to be
Canterbury Museum has unveiled its proposed plans for redeveloping its Rolleston Avenue site.
People are being warned against collecting or eating shellfish harvested between Sumner Head and East Head at Okains Bay, including Lyttelton Harbour, because they may contain a nasty toxin.
New Brighton’s beachside hot pools complex, He Puna Taimoana, will open to the public on Saturday 30 May.
ChristchurchNZ is running twin campaigns aimed at encouraging Christchurch residents to spend locally and to get out-of-town visitors to Canterbury and the West Coast.
Christchurch City Council has decided to waive parking fees in the central city until at least 28 May.
Biking, scooting or walking could be the best - and fastest - way to get to work and school on Monday with extra traffic likely under Alert Level 2.
Check here for the latest information on how the COVID-19 Alert Level system is impacting on Christchurch City Council services, facilities and events.
A locally developed contact tracing app will help Christchurch City Council monitor who is using its facilities while the country is in COVID-19 Alert Level 2.
People can soon lock, dock and recharge their e-bike or e-scooter in central Christchurch.
Forty-five jobs may be lost at Vbase under a proposal to cut permanent staff by 60 per cent.
As Christchurch residents count down the hours to COVID-19 Alert Level 2, Mayor Lianne Dalziel is encouraging people to shop locally and support the city’s businesses.
The world’s largest and most prestigious virtual reality conference will be held in Christchurch in 2022.
Bus passenger numbers will be limited to a quarter of the normal capacity under Alert Level 2, with people unable to stand and seating space restricted.