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A busy urban transport hub near the Eastgate Shopping Centre in Linwood will be safer and easier to access following Christchurch City Council approval.
The Christchurch City Council has opened a $282,000 fund that enables people to activate community projects and events in the city’s former residential red zones.
A restored 19th century waterwheel – along with a group of hardy volunteers – is driving interest in a popular heritage park overlooking Lyttelton Harbour.
The man who led a campaign to get red-zoned areas along the Ōtākaro Avon River turned into a park has been given a promise by the Mayor of Christchurch that his dream will become a reality.
A housing scheme that offers Christchurch families a helping hand into home ownership is being amended to resolve a regulatory issue.
A 12-year-old boy’s persistence has paid off with the first use of the new modular pump track in Shirley Community Reserve.
Christchurch City Council will consult with the public next month on a revised budget which takes into account the financial fall-out from the COVID-19 crisis.