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.
With spring in the air and people getting stuck into their gardens, Te Mana Ora – Community and Public Health is urging gardeners to ‘gear up’ to protect themselves against Legionnaires’ disease.
Kids learning to ride bikes now have a new place where they can practise the basics in safety.
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.
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.
The bar-tailed godwits are back, heralding the arrival of spring on the Avon-Heathcote Ihutai Estuary.
There are a few wobbles when Ronnie Kelly’s feet first hit the bike pedals, but they quickly pass.
The COVID-19 lockdown will impact on Christchurch City Council’s finances but the organisation is actively monitoring and managing it, says Chief Financial Officer Leah Scales.
Joanna Norris is stepping down as Chief Executive of Christchurch’s economic development agency ChristchurchNZ.
Kids will get free admission to this year’s New Zealand Agricultural Show.
Construction of community facilities, transport projects and water upgrades are resuming with the shift to Covid-19 Alert Level 3.
The COVID-19 lockdown is going to push out completion dates for two of Christchurch’s biggest construction projects – the Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre and the Parakiore Recreation and Sport Centre.
A new policy that aims to ensure the best use of central city street space has been adopted by Christchurch City Council.
Christchurch City Council has agreed to provide the organisers of the popular New Zealand Agricultural Show (formerly the Canterbury A&P Show) with a prudent financial safety net.
Work at Naval Point-Te Nukutai o Tapoa will continue despite some uncertainty about when the New Zealand SailGP event will happen.
Visitors to the Avon Loop area of the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor Regeneration Area will be able to learn more about the concept of mahinga kai and the city’s rich rowing history when installation of a ‘tohu whenua’ cultural marker and information plinth.
Christchurch City Council will require all regular and ongoing suppliers to be Living Wage Employers.