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Akaroa ratepayers will pay a targeted rate from July to help fund the new Akaroa Community Health Centre if the recommendations of a Hearings Panel are adopted.
The Lyttelton Recreation Centre is offering a fresh programme of events, classes and activities thanks to a partnership with community group Project Lyttelton.
An evolving archive of Christchurch community images captures everyday life in an urban landscape for future generations.
Most baches at Taylors Mistake, Hobsons Bay and Boulder Bay will be able to stay after the Christchurch City Council accepted a Hearings Panel recommendation.
An analysis of public submissions suggests the majority of Akaroa ratepayers are willing to pay a targeted rate to help fund the new Akaroa Community Health Centre.
A host of community-centred ideas have culminated in a major national award for the Christchurch City Council.
Residents in the Akaroa and bays area are being asked to voice their views about a proposal that they help fund the new Akaroa Community Health Centre through a targeted rate.
Baches at Taylors Mistake, Hobsons Bay and Boulder Bay that are at low risk of natural hazards will be able to stay for 35 years if the Christchurch City Council accepts a Hearings Panel recommendation.
Residents in the Akaroa and bays area will be consulted about whether they are willing to help fund a $1.3 million grant for the new Akaroa Health Centre.
A community green will be created around Sumner’s planned new skate park using red-zoned land made available by the Crown.