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About 20,000 tonnes of sediment have been removed from the lower Ōpawāho/Heathcote River to help reduce the risk of flooding in the area.
Bulky but beautiful kererū are enjoying a fruit smorgasbord at the Botanic Gardens and their population looks set to boom as a result.
A new study is putting the spotlight on insects living in Christchurch’s red zone.
The hard work of Park Rangers who have helped regenerate native bush after the Port Hills fires has been recognised with a community award.
The roar of a chainsaw and drone of a leaf blower could soon be a thing of the past as Christchurch City Council Park Rangers make the switch to battery electric power tools.
Search for "Caring for the environment" on the Christchurch City Council website