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Christchurch City Council is holding the final meeting of its three year term on Thursday at 9.30am. The main item on the public part of the meeting agenda is:
From plants to planets and having pride in our local sports team, it's time to spring into action and get fit along the way.
A proposal to use post-earthquake legislation to amend the Christchurch District Plan provisions governing the use and operation of Hagley Oval has been submitted to the Associate Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration.
Christchurch City Council is meeting on Tuesday 24 September. The main items on the agenda for the public part of the meeting are:
Construction of a new Ōpāwa Public Library will begin this month.
The former Christchurch home of suffragist Kate Sheppard is going to be used as a heritage venue and educational centre where people can learn about trailblazing New Zealand women.
Christchurch’s Metro buses will be free to ride this weekend.
Voting papers for Christchurch’s local body elections should start turning up in people’s letterboxes from this Friday.
One boy's dream of creating a new place for kids to scoot, bike and skate in Shirley has moved a big step closer to reality.
Community volunteers have helped plant at least 29,000 shrubs and trees in Christchurch parks and reserves in the past year - work that has a value of up to $1.5 million.