NEWSLINE Christchurch News & Events

Community ideas around relaxation, family spaces, accessibility and the natural environment have helped inform early design ideas for the Christchurch hot pools at New Brighton.

Christchurch Acting Mayor Andrew Turner will call to congratulate Prime Minister-elect Jacinda Ardern this weekend.

A huge effort by Christchurch school children will see 3000 native seedlings growing on the fire-damaged Port Hills.

There's a great range of events on in Christchurch and Banks Peninsula for those looking to make the most of the long weekend.

Options for lessening the impacts of Heathcote River flooding are being discussed with the local community.

A new home for education and technology organisations, along with student accommodation, will be created in the former IRD building in Cashel Street.

Mountain bikers and walkers have Harry Ell to thank for the freedom of using the Port Hills as their playground.

Landscaping of the former site of the Canterbury Television (CTV) building will begin next week.

Every hour about 2200 loaves of bread are thrown away in New Zealand – making it our most wasted food item.

The Western Belfast Bypass project is 95 per cent complete, with work set to ramp up over the next few weeks as the team finishes the project.