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Residents will increasingly be able to engage in Christchurch City Council’s decision-making processes from the comfort of their own home.
The former Woolston Community Centre will be gifted to Te Waka Unua School for $1 following a Christchurch City Council decision.
Motorists travelling through the Scarborough and Shirley areas will notice new, lower speed limits coming into effect over the next few months.
New lower speed limits have been recommended for some side roads adjoining State Highway 75 on Banks Peninsula and in some rural townships.
A showcase of Linwood’s history aims to help boost the sense of community at the local library.
Calling all book lovers! Treat your shelves this week at the annual Big Bargain Book Sale.
Christchurch City Council is meeting at 9.30am on Thursday 12 May. The main items on the agenda for the public part of the meeting are:
It is full steam ahead for the expansion of Halswell’s popular miniature railway.
Councillors will consider more than 500 submissions from the community as hearings begin on Christchurch City Council’s Draft Annual Plan 2022/23.
The earthquake-damaged Centennial Hall, at the corner of Sparks Road and Lyttelton Street in Spreydon, is being demolished.
A new pink, green and yellow coloured basketball court is designed to encourage girls to feel comfortable using and enjoying the court space.
With a clear plan and design now in place, work began last week on the realignment and repair of badly damaged Gough’s Bay Road in Banks Peninsula.
Being recognised with a Community Service Award came completely out of the blue for Manish Pandey.