Alison Evans started work as a Christchurch City Council park ranger one year ago. We asked her a few questions about her life on the job.
Mountain bikers will have a new trail to conquer if plans to expand the track network in a popular Port Hills scenic reserve go ahead.
With Arbor Day coming up on 5 June, we’re celebrating our volunteers who have helped to keep Christchurch flourishing over the past year.
A new Mean Green ride-on lawn mower is bringing a quiet calm to the job of cutting the grass in Christchurch’s Hagley Park.
‘Smart’ bins are being installed in community parks around Christchurch as the city council moves to reduce maintenance costs in the city’s public spaces.
Little River residents can look forward to a brand new playground as work has begun to upgrade the play space at Heritage Park Little River to give it a fresh new look.
In a job where “no two days are the same”, Christchurch City Council Park Ranger Nigel Morritt is looking forward to his busiest time of the year.
A chance meeting over a stinkhorn fungus four years ago sparked a whole new life for Christchurch City Council Park Ranger and volunteer team leader Fiona Fenton.
Community volunteers are helping with predator trapping in seven small parks and reserves on the Port Hills as a part of wider initiative to protect native species.
A bug hotel shaped like a whare has been installed in the Ōtakaro Avon River Corridor to help boost the population of native bees.