A raft of roading changes are being recommended for the Cranford Street area ahead of the opening of a new northern motorway extension that will cut travel times in and out of Christchurch.
Noticed something missing from the hospital grounds bordering Riccarton Avenue and Hagley Park?
Early maps showcasing Māori place names for Canterbury will be on public display for the first time in an exhibition opening this weekend at Tūranga.
The need to learn water survival skills at a young age is the main motivation for parents when booking swimming lessons, a new survey shows.
Vbase is gearing up for a busy start to the year at its Christchurch venues as it hosts several high-profile sporting clashes and international acts, including the legendary singer Phil Collins.
If you want to chill out this weekend, enjoy some chuckles, or beat the heat with a splash in a pool check out these fun events that are on in and around Christchurch.
Hundreds of people are expected to soak up the SummerTimes sounds of Deep South Lazy Sundays in Christchurch’s Botanic Gardens over the next month.
A fund aimed at encouraging innovation is helping finance a food rescue service in Christchurch, a tool library in Lyttelton, and a pest control initiative in Little River.
People and animals, particularly dogs, are being warned to avoid the area of the Waimakariri River near State Highway 1 and Main North Road bridges because of a potentially toxic algal bloom.
A British duo with royal pedigree have been called into add some spit and polish to Christchurch’s city centre.
Bread & Circus has rolled into Christchurch for a jam-packed month of amazing acts.
A new study is putting the spotlight on insects living in Christchurch’s red zone.
With the clock ticking on the Council’s self-imposed deadline to end temporary chlorination of the water supply within 12 months, Water Supply Improvement Programme Manager Helen Beaumont provides an update on how the work is tracking.
With SummerTimes and Bread & Circus, the World Buskers Festival, both in full swing there is no shortage of entertainment on offer in Christchurch this weekend.
Hot Brown Honey has delivered a scorching and sassy performance featuring a compelling rap and powerful moves during a Buskers Festival Bread & Circus sampler.
A new interactive water pad is making a big splash with families at Jellie Park.
A new journey of discovery has unravelled the science behind an incredible feat of celestial navigation by Akaroa-born Antarctic explorer Frank Worsley.
The rain gauges at Christchurch’s Botanic Gardens have confirmed that 2018 was one of the wettest years in the city’s history.
The hard work of Park Rangers who have helped regenerate native bush after the Port Hills fires has been recognised with a community award.
Time is running out to have your say on the future of 45 privately owned baches on public land at Taylors Mistake, Hobsons Bay and Boulder Bay.
The roar of a chainsaw and drone of a leaf blower could soon be a thing of the past as Christchurch City Council Park Rangers make the switch to battery electric power tools.
One hundred and fifty affordable homes will be built on a prime Madras Street site under an innovative and environmentally-friendly development proposal approved by Ōtākaro Limited.
Over-indulged on Christmas mince pies and festive treats? Need to burn off some calories but don’t want to sweat under the hot summer sun?
Park up the car and unpack the chilly bin as you discover the best places to spread your picnic rug this summer.
Say goodbye to 2018 with a gig in North Hagley Park featuring Kiwi rock legend Jordan Luck.