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An early morning sod turning ceremony has been held to mark the start of work on Bishopdale’s new library and community centre.
It's the last weekend of KidsFest and there's still more fun to be had before the school term starts again on Monday.
Contractors working on a scheme to reduce flooding in the Dudley Creek area have started taking delivery of the giant box-shaped concrete pipes that will be used to divert water from the creek to the Avon River during heavy rains.
A dawn blessing on the site of the new Sumner library, community centre and museum has paved the way for work to begin on the multimillion-dollar project.
Erupting volcanoes and shrieks of delight shattered the peace at Halswell Quarry Park this week as a group of children were treated to a hands-on lesson about the Port Hills volcanic history.
The air outside is bitterly cold but inside the Shirley Library the atmosphere is warm and welcoming.
The old Governors Bay School Headmaster’s House is back in tip-top condition.
Contractors working on the restoration of the historic Sign of the Kiwi building near the summit of the Port Hills have come across an unexpected find.
Shared bikes have been taken on 5000 trips around Christchurch since the pilot scheme was launched nearly a year ago.
High-grade wire mesh is being draped over an unstable cliff face on Clifton Hill in a bid to reduce the risk of rocks falling onto the road below.