Christchurch: A great place to be
Pedestrian safety is behind changes to restrict goods vehicle access along Oxford Terrace and Cashel Street.
A two day expo at Christchurch’s new convention and exhibition centre, Te Pae, is set to strengthen the city’s growing reputation as a hub for innovation and technology growth.
The changing faces of everyday Cantabrians will be on display in a new exhibition of images from New Zealand’s longest-running photography studio, Standish and Preece.
About 80 hectares of Port Hills land that was red-zoned after the earthquakes have been transferred from the Crown to Christchurch City Council.
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel has decided she will not seek re-election at the October 2022 local body elections. Today she talks about that decision.
The multi-agency team investigating a mass rapid transit system for Greater Christchurch has released an interim report.
Fees and charges for some Christchurch City Council-run services and facilities will change over the coming months.
The final property required for the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena site has been settled, with the Crown reaching an agreement with the owners to buy 212–214 Madras Street.