A top line-up of bands that will be enjoyed by all ages are set to herald in the New Year at Christchurch’s Hagley Park.
A new e-scooter operator will soon be visible on the streets of Christchurch as Neuron Mobility joins Lime in providing e-scooters and e-bikes for public hire.
Work at Naval Point-Te Nukutai o Tapoa continues despite today’s announcement the New Zealand Sail Grand Prix will not go ahead in January 2022.
Voting papers will soon be arriving in the letter boxes of enrolled voters in the Coastal ward.
There are a few wobbles when Ronnie Kelly’s feet first hit the bike pedals, but they quickly pass.
Christchurch: A great place to be
Check here for updates on how the move to Alert Level 2 will impact on our services and facilities.
You may have heard about Christchurch Airport’s new “red” international arrivals pathway, but you probably won’t have seen it.
See, learn and experience
A multi-media touring exhibition and a dance performance in a suburban pool are just two of the projects that have been helped by Creative Communities Scheme grants.
A new exhibition at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū reflects on how we cope with trauma and the ways it can transform a community.
Looking after our natural resources
Remediation of a former landfill site in Bexley is underway and plans to remediate another four at Le Bons Bay, Onuku, Barrys Bay and the Burwood Resource Recovery Park are being developed.
More than 5,000 local residents responded to Christchurch City Council’s early feedback survey on the Government’s Three Waters Reform Programme.
Get connected, get involved
Public consultation is open on the third and final section of the Nor’West Arc Cycleway, linking Papanui to the University of Canterbury.
Christchurch City Council’s partnership-focused strategy for building strong, connected communities has been refreshed and is out for public feedback.
Creating a modern, sustainable city
Christchurch City Council has released additional economic evidence relating to its proposal to introduce new planning rules to manage short-term accommodation in residential units.
Christchurch City Council has approved the continued operation of the bus lanes on Cranford Street for now.