Christchurch City Councillors have considered the Draft Long Term Plan 2024–2034 and made a number of amendments.
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Jillian Frater has been elected the Lyttelton representative on the Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū Banks Peninsula Community Board.
Christchurch City Council’s Fendalton Service Centre is set to become a convenient one-stop shop for people to post letters and pay bills all at once.
Christchurch: A great place to be
With Christchurch City Council’s draft budget for the next 10 years on the home stretch, councillors are making their final amendments to what’s included.
More trees, green spaces, and enhanced pedestrian routes are part of the draft vision for Christchurch’s South-East Central neighbourhood.
Looking after our natural resources
Avoid the cheesy rom-coms on telly and try a Valentine’s Day ‘spade-date’ in Christchurch’s red zone instead.
What you can place in your yellow, green, and red bins for kerbside collection is changing to make sorting waste easier across the country.
Creating a modern, sustainable city
Redevelopment of the popular marine and recreation areas at Naval Point – Te Nukutai o Tapoa continues at pace, with work currently underway on several sites.
The remainder of public hearings for Christchurch City Council’s proposed Plan Change 14 have been postponed following a decision released today by the independent hearings panel.
Revel in the kaleidoscope of cultures right in your own back yard with Christchurch’s biggest multicultural event.
Christchurch artist, Jen Alexandra, has displayed her artwork internationally, in exhibitions across New Zealand and locally – from the Art Gallery to Cashel Street Mall.