Chlorination of the remaining 20% of Christchurch’s water supply will begin later this week.
The boil water notice for the Rawhiti water supply zone in east Christchurch has been lifted.
Christchurch City Council has approved its long-term strategy for managing the district’s water services and resources for current and future generations.
Work starts next week to remediate contaminated land from a pump station site in Trafalgar Street, Edgeware.
Christchurch City Council is asking residents and visitors in Banks Peninsula to save water as stream levels drop.
Water restrictions for Christchurch and Lyttelton Harbour have been lifted.
Christchurch City Council is providing lobby group Aotearoa Water Action (AWA) with a $50,000 grant towards the legal costs of its High Court action.
Mayor Lianne Dalziel wants Christchurch City Council to renew its commitment to involving mana whenua in its decision-making processes.
Another portion of the Te Kuru stormwater facility in the upper catchment of the Ōpāwaho Heathcote River has been completed in time for summer.
Workers have completed a critical piece of work at L’Aube Hill Reserve in Akaroa to construct a piping connection between the contaminated reservoir’s temporary bypass and the local water supply network.