Christchurch: A great place to be
With the coronavirus pandemic impacting on local tourism operators and visitor attractions, ChristchurchNZ is launching a new campaign to encourage locals to “act like a visitor’’ and explore their own region.
Paddle into a “totally pawsome” Pooch Pool Party at Waltham Pool on Saturday, 4 April.
Christchurch City Council is considering giving the Canterbury Cricket Trust (CCT) a loan so it can get started on installing new floodlights in Hagley Oval.
Central Christchurch’s first dedicated canoe and kayak launching ramp is now ready for use.
Christchurch’s Deep South Lazy Sundays will finish on a very high note with Opera in the Gardens.
North Hagley Park will be filled with music from blockbuster movies and world famous composers on Saturday night as the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra (CSO) presents YES Power Sparks.
A new online food map reveals where people can find free fruit and nuts growing in public spaces in Christchurch.
Get on your bike next month and you could be pedalling your way to prizes as well as helping to clear the air.
In a major coup for Christchurch, the final of the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2021 will be played under lights at Hagley Oval.
The braided river effect of Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre’s façade is taking shape, with CPB Contractors having now installed a quarter of the 43,000 herringbone tiles.