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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.
Work is under way to convert the former home of acclaimed New Zealand artist Bill Sutton into a community centre and house museum showcasing his life and art.
Spring fairs, a rare glimpse inside an historic mansion undergoing restoration, and the chance to explore heritage hot spots in the central city are some of the highlights of this year’s Beca Christchurch Heritage Festival.
The former Christchurch home of suffragist Kate Sheppard is going to be used as a heritage venue and educational centre where people can learn about trailblazing New Zealand women.
The unique history and heritage of Christ Church Cathedral will be celebrated at the upcoming Beca Christchurch Heritage Festival 2019.
New Zealand’s oldest operational steamship, based in Lyttelton since 1907, has been thrown a funding lifeline by a Christchurch City Council committee.
Snap into action for the Beca Christchurch Heritage Festival 2019 by sharing your photos to help create a picture of the city’s history.
The Christchurch Memorial Returned and Services Association (RSA) intends to apply for resource consent so it can move the Citizens’ War Memorial to Cranmer Square.
The Catholic Bishop of Christchurch, Paul Martin, has announced plans to deconstruct the earthquake-damaged Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in Barbadoes Street.
People are being urged to put forward ideas for the best future use of the reserve that was the former Godley House site in Diamond Harbour.
A heritage façade in High Street and a very early Lyttelton cottage will benefit from Christchurch City Council grants totalling more than $140,000.