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The State of Emergency in Christchurch has been lifted, as the clean up from the floods continues. Get the latest information here.
Christchurch has been announced as the host of next year’s Local Government New Zealand Conference.
More than 100,000 artefacts have been dug up around Christchurch since the 2011 earthquakes creating an internationally significant collection.
An organic weed killer being used by the Christchurch City Council is proving effective, as Council moves to significantly reduce its use of the potentially dangerous weed killer glyphosate.
Thirteen properties could be bought by the Council under a plan to address flooding problems in the Aranui and Bexley areas.
Bishopdale is celebrating the start of a new chapter with the opening of its 21st century library and community centre.
The Council will consider whether to adopt a Living Wage policy at its meeting next week.
On Thursday, July 27 the Christchurch City Council will be meeting at 10am. On its agenda is:
Shops would remain closed on Easter Sunday next year under a new recommendation by Council staff.
It's shaping up to be another wet, cold weekend but luckily there are lots of indoor activities for the kids and a southern derby Super Rugby quarter final to look forward to.