Christchurch: A great place to be
With the long weekend ahead and the cracker weather forecast, there’s plenty of fun to be had in Christchurch.
A special Waitangi Day citizenship ceremony will take place on Monday at Ngā Hau E Wha National Marae on Pages Road.
Mayor Phil Mauger is looking forward to welcoming Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, Princess Anne to Christchurch later this month.
Looking for a fun, laid back Sunday afternoon activity for the whole family? Summer Sundays gets underway at the Botanic Gardens this weekend with a session of jazz featuring punchy horns and smooth vocals.
Residents can now have their say on two Government bills that progress three waters reform.
He Puna Taimona is closing temporarily so scheduled maintenance work can be carried out.
Christchurch is set to buzz over the next week with an action-packed line up of major events coming to the city.
Looking to explore the outdoors with your littlies these holidays?
Another portion of the Te Kuru stormwater facility in the upper catchment of the Ōpāwaho Heathcote River has been completed in time for summer.
While historical author Lucinda Riley and comedian Richard Osman are rising in the ranks of popular adult fiction, no one can bump Lee Child off the top spot.
Cycle lanes will be reinstated and traffic layout will return to normal on Main Road as work on the Te Ara Ihutai Christchurch Coastal Pathway pauses over the holiday period.
Cyanobacteria, a potentially toxic algae, has been found within two more popular Christchurch waterbodies.
Safety upgrades to two busy intersections on Blenheim Road will begin early in the New Year.
The streets of Greater Christchurch are a little quieter, and a lot greener, with 16 new electric buses rolling out onto our roads from this week.
Find out when you need to put your wheelie bins out over the Christmas holidays and check out opening hours for pools, libraries, fitness centres and other Council facilities.
A popular crossing point for mountain bike riders travelling through Victoria Park and down into the Christchurch Adventure Park has been made safer.
Remission applications are now available on excess water charges for eligible Christchurch and Banks Peninsula residents.