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A multimillion-dollar project to restore and strengthen one of Christchurch’s grand old dames – the Old Municipal Chambers building – is about to get under way.
A project that tells the stories and histories of important heritage places in Christchurch is getting a $30,000 grant from Christchurch City Council.
Cuningham House, the historic greenhouse in Christchurch Botanic Gardens, will be closed for two weeks for repairs from Thursday 29 April.
A rare snuff jar discovery and a 19th century ‘Russian Bears Grease’ ointment pot – on show at Tūranga – come from the site of the new Te Pae Convention Centre.
An ancient turtle fossil discovered in a church pillar in Christchurch may have lived up to 35 million years ago.
Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board members want to correct the historical misspelling of Kaputone Creek, seeking an official name change to Kā Pūtahi.
A proposal for a new targeted rate to help fund the restoration of some of Christchurch’s most prominent heritage buildings is included in Christchurch City Council’s 10-year draft budget.
The earthquakes may have claimed many of our heritage buildings but Christchurch is still teeming with connections to our past – if you know where to look.
A new information board telling the story of the Lyttelton Rail Tunnel – the oldest rail tunnel in New Zealand - has been erected on Heathcote Valley’s Station Road.