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Christchurch is among five New Zealand cities that are part of a joint Australia-New Zealand bid for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
New Zealand’s first trapdoor hydroslide – a 12.6 metre high Looping Rocket – will be part of Christchurch’s new Metro Sports Facility.
A Hearings Panel will meet on Friday to begin considering public submissions on a proposal to grant the Canterbury Cricket Trust (CCT) a new ground lease on Hagley Oval.
More than 2000 groups and individuals have made submissions on whether the Canterbury Cricket Trust (CCT) should get a new ground lease for Hagley Oval.
Fast-paced cycling action comes to Christchurch’s city centre this weekend as the country’s top road cyclists compete for coveted national titles.
The public have more time to make written comments on a proposal to use post-earthquake legislation to fast-track changes to the District Plan rules governing the use of Hagley Oval.
Christchurch’s performing arts community is being asked how they would like to see the new Performance Movement Centre, being developed as part of the Metro Sports Facility, operated.
Children and adults with special needs will soon get even more of a multi-sensory experience at Pioneer’s Southern Centre after a funding boost.
Christchurch City Council is seeking public feedback on whether it should grant a new ground lease to the Canterbury Cricket Trust (CCT) so it can erect lighting towers around the perimeter of Hagley Oval.