The boil water notice for the Rawhiti water supply zone in east Christchurch has been lifted.
Areas designated by Christchurch City Council as smokefree will soon become vapefree as well.
A month of free activities to get Pasifika people moving together is kicking off in Christchurch.
It will be easier for children and adults with sensory sensitivities to use Tūranga with the launch of a new Sensory Hour.
People are being warned to stay out of the water and not take shellfish from Glen Bay in Akaroa, following concerns over high levels of faecal bacteria found in a recent sample.
A survey of Christchurch residents has provided a snapshot of how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected people’s sense of wellbeing.
Extensive investigations at He Puna Taimoana suggest an electrical interference that caused a customer’s implanted defibrillator to deliver a shock is not caused by equipment used within the hot pools complex.
The All Right? campaign is launching a fun new resource to help kids identify and manage their emotions.
As the balmy days of summer approach all five of Christchurch City Council’s outdoor pools will open on Saturday, 13 November.
Canterbury District Health Board’s Community and Public Health unit has lifted its health warning at Takamatua Bay and Akaroa main beach.