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Gail Carson literally has a “feel” for creating a valuable resource from discarded ‘junk’.
A decade on from the earthquakes, St Albans residents have a permanent new community centre to call their own.
Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board members want to correct the historical misspelling of Kaputone Creek, seeking an official name change to Kā Pūtahi.
Cantabrians are being challenged to step outside their comfort zone, forge new connections and celebrate the region’s diversity.
The biennial big cities Quality of Life survey shows that Christchurch is increasingly being viewed as a great place to live.
A new network plan is set to make it easier for local Community Boards and Christchurch City Council to make decisions about community facilities across the city and how they are run.