A special Waitangi Day citizenship ceremony will take place on Monday at Ngā Hau E Wha National Marae on Pages Road.
Get connected, get involved
Voting is underway in the by-election to find someone to represent the Innes ward on the Waipapa Papanui-Innes-Central Community Board.
Christchurch City Council is meeting at 9.30am on Wednesday 25 January. The main items on the agenda for the public part of the meeting include:
Christchurch: A great place to be
Christchurch residents are being urged to reduce their water use with hot and dry conditions forecast for the coming weeks.
Canterbury Museum has found an ideal central city site for its pop-up museum and helped secure the future of a beloved Christchurch cultural institution in the process.
Looking after our natural resources
Residents are being reminded to continue recycling correctly following a $16.8 million upgrade of the city’s recycling facility.
Christchurch residents can help scientists in their efforts to learn more about New Zealand’s marine mammals with the new SeaSpotter app that Christchurch City Council has partly funded.
Creating a modern, sustainable city
The Associate Minister for the Environment Phil Twyford has written to Mayor Phil Mauger in response to Christchurch City Council’s request for a bespoke approach to housing intensification rules in Christchurch.
The Government’s third tranche of the Infrastructure Acceleration Fund (IAF) will enable around 16,600 new homes to be built across New Zealand, including approximately 1400 in Christchurch.
Mark one of the world’s most celebrated festivals by heading down to your local library for a variety of colourful and diverse events.
Arts collective Pacific Sisters will play a key role in the final weekend of SCAPE Public Art and the final days of Te Pū o Te Wheke with a special Fiafia PIKNIK 2023 event this Saturday.