People will have a right royal opportunity to try out the pools and fitness facilities at the new Taiora: QEII Recreation and Sport Centre over Queen’s Birthday Weekend.
Christchurch City Council is starting to lower the amount of chlorine it is putting in the water at some of the city’s pump stations in an attempt to address taste and smell issues.
Owners are being reminded to register their dogs so any lost pooches can be swiftly brought home.
A class effort by students at Hagley College has won the student category of a competition aimed at turning unused shop windows into fun attractions.
An exhibition opening Saturday will give people a glimpse into the future of the Otakaro Avon Corridor Regeneration Area.
Christchurch City Council staff are taking steps to reduce the taste and smell of chlorine in the water supply following public feedback.