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A $200,000 grant from Christchurch City Council will lay the foundations for a new sports hall in Parklands that will be used by ParaFed Canterbury and other community and recreation groups.
Concerns over safety and public access have prompted the Christchurch City Council to close the North Beach Car Park temporarily to freedom camping during weekends.
Christchurch City Council is calling for more emphasis to be placed on civic education in schools so young people understand the importance of voting in elections.
A successful initiative to reduce costs and paper use by switching to electronic meetings agendas is being extended to Christchurch’s libraries and service centres.
A selfie-friendly mural with an “interactive” kea aims to draw people to the new-look Bishopdale Village Green.
People have only one week left to share their views on what rules should be included in the Christchurch District Plan to manage the effects of home-share accommodation.
A Christchurch City Council Hearings Panel has backed a call by Canterbury Rugby League (CRL) to ban alcohol from their sidelines.
Forty-seven people will become New Zealanders during this year’s Waitangi Day commemorations at Okains Bay.
A new Manuka Cottage site will open the doors to stronger community connections in Addington.
A national remembrance service will be held on the afternoon of Sunday 15 March 2020 to honour those killed in the Christchurch mosque attacks and to build on the spirit of unity that came out of the tragedy.