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Lambing season is underway in Port Hills reserves and Council rangers are warning that dogs must be kept on a leash.
Christchurch residents still rely heavily on their cars to get around but the city’s growing cycleway network is luring more people onto bikes.
The findings of the pre-feasibility study into the development of a new multi-use arena for Christchurch give some clarity around the direction we should be heading in and the likely costs involved, says Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel.
Short-term options to reduce the risk of flooding in Southshore will be considered by the Council on Thursday.
Christchurch City Council will take ownership of the Margaret Mahy Family Playground, the Ōtākaro/Avon River Precinct and the Bus Interchange as part of a proposed update of the Crown/Council Cost Sharing Agreement.
A Christchurch historian has penned a new work inspired by the place names of Banks Peninsula and the Port Hills.
A group of Christchurch school children will take to the hills next month armed with hundreds of poroporo seedlings, as one of the city’s unique Port Hills fire recovery projects comes to fruition.
New rules being considered by Christchurch City Council would limit parking on berms and add new requirements for people moving livestock on roads.
The list of reasons to visit Sumner got a little longer today with the opening of the new Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre.
On Thursday 24 August the Christchurch City Council will be meeting at 10am. On its agenda is: