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A restored 19th century waterwheel – along with a group of hardy volunteers – is driving interest in a popular heritage park overlooking Lyttelton Harbour.
The restoration of the New Brighton Clock Tower is complete and the repaired mechanism is telling the time once again.
Visitors to the landmark Akaroa Lighthouse will be able to view the original machinery inside thanks to new funding from the Christchurch City Council.
Extra time has been granted to the owners of two prominent heritage buildings in the central city so work on their restoration can continue.
A dawn blessing service at Christ Church Cathedral today marks the start of stabilisation work in preparation for the restoration of the site.
A $1.5 million project to restore Christchurch’s heritage Thomas Edmonds Band Rotunda on the banks of the Avon River is set to start this week
The owners of two important heritage buildings in Christchurch’s city centre could receive financial help from Christchurch City Council to restore them.
A new digital repository captures the heritage of Canterbury, with rare images and previously unpublished community and personal records now publicly accessible.
A heritage grant will see one of the oldest cottages in Akaroa, built by one of the town’s first European settlers, given a fresh coat of paint.
Remnants of the Berlin Wall have gone up in Christchurch in time for the anniversary month of the controversial barrier’s fall 30 years ago.
An outstanding piece of colonial furniture has been bought by Akaroa Museum and the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.
Behind the white plastic wrapping that shrouds New Brighton’s clock tower, a team of experienced contractors are working hard to turn back time.