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Christchurch City Council is marking World Wellness Weekend by offering free entry to its fitness centres on Saturday 21 September.
Roger Gray has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Lyttelton Port Company.
Outdoor education has taken on a new meaning for Paparoa Street School pupils who have joined forces with Christchurch City Council rangers to restore Rutland Reserve.
Work on upgrading the busy section of Riccarton Road between Harakeke and Matipo streets is likely to finish four months earlier than expected.
A riverside corridor alongside a new student building at the University of Canterbury will be restored following support from the Christchurch City Council’s Biodiversity Fund.
The Christchurch City Council is no longer investigating managed aquifer recharge as an option for disposing of Akaroa’s treated wastewater.
Christchurch City Council is concerned proposed new changes to freshwater planning rules won’t protect the district’s drinking water supply from increasing nitrate levels.
Christchurch City Council-owned land in Templeton could provide the answer to the city’s long-term need for more burial space and for a large sports park.
Christchurch City Council will borrow $10 million so it can fast-track work on making its social housing units warmer and drier.
Christchurch will have net zero greenhouse emissions - excluding methane - by 2045 if the city meets the target set by Christchurch City Council.