Plans to get more people walking, cycling and scootering in their local neighbourhoods have had the green light.
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Plans to make streets in Aranui safer and easier for everyone to use are out for public feedback.
The Christchurch City Council Swim Education team have become the first organisation in New Zealand to achieve accreditation as a Water Skills for Life provider, for their Swimsafe programme.
Christchurch: A great place to be
“We want everyone to get where they are going safely, regardless of how they are travelling. Having safe speeds is part of our solution to a safer network.”
Plans to make it easier and safer to scoot, walk, drive, cycle or bus around Christchurch will be considered by the Council.
Looking after our natural resources
Environment Canterbury has published its annual Contact Recreation Report.
The bar-tailed godwits have touched down on the Avon-Heathcote Ihutai Estuary – this year, landing earlier than usual.
Creating a modern, sustainable city
Christchurch City Council has approved a suite of work to upgrade the streets around Te Kaha, Canterbury’s Multi-Use Arena, so they’re able to cope with huge influxes of pedestrians and traffic on event days once the arena opens in 2026.
Christchurch City Council has released its submission on the Housing and Business Choice Plan Change (Plan Change 14) ahead of inviting further public submissions from the end of this month.
Christchurch’s long-running Heritage Festival is back for 2023, offering a calendar packed with walks, talks, performances, exhibitions, cemetery tours, and more.
It’s Māori Language Week 2023 and kiwis are encouraged to speak te Reo Māori proudly.