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Council to review freedom camping bylaw

Christchurch City Council will consider whether amendments to the restrictions in the Freedom Camping Bylaw 2015 around non-self-contained freedom camping should be made across Christchurch and Banks Peninsula.

Council will review Freedom Camping Bylaw

Christchurch City Council will consider whether amendments to the restrictions in the Freedom Camping Bylaw 2015 around non-self-contained freedom camping should be made across Christchurch and Banks Peninsula.

Youth voices heard

Christchurch youth have walked away from an informal gathering with Mayor Lianne Dalziel and City Councillors feeling their voices were heard.

Major transport changes proposed for Victoria Street

A number of major transport changes proposed for Victoria Street will help to promote the area as a destination and prioritise access for pedestrians, cyclists and public-transport users, says Christchurch City Councillor Phil Clearwater.

Akaroa wastewater consultation extended

Strong public interest in how treated wastewater will be released into the environment when the new Akaroa Wastewater Treatment Plant opens in 2020 has prompted Christchurch City Council to extend the consultation period.

Low rainfall taking its toll

Lack of rain is beginning to take its toll on Christchurch and Banks Peninsula, with groundwater levels at record lows and rivers and streams drying up.

Jobs found for windscreen washers

Some of the young people who were involved in Christchurch's windscreen washing scene have been helped into paid employment.

New lighting showcases memorial

The Halswell War Memorial has been restored to its former glory and lighting added so it can be a constant reminder of the men who lost their lives in World War 1.