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People and their pets are being urged to avoid stormwater ponds and wetlands in Christchurch as they could contain the potentially toxic algae, cyanobacteria.
With the sentencing for the 15 March 2019 mosque attacks beginning today, the Canterbury District Health Board is reminding people who may feel distressed that support is available for them.
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.
Get your fans, cold drinks and sunblock at the ready – the first few days of February look set to be scorchers.
Quality of life ratings in the Greater Christchurch area are at their highest level in seven years, the latest Canterbury Wellbeing Index shows.
Canterbury District Health Board’s Community and Public Health unit has lifted its health warning at Takamatua Bay and Akaroa main beach.
People are being advised not to swim or eat shellfish from Takamatua Bay or Akaroa main beach because of high levels of faecal bacteria in the water.