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Christchurch Art Gallery is excited to present Jealous Saboteurs – the first major survey exhibition of internationally acclaimed, New Zealand-born artist Francis Upritchard.
Christchurch City Council has agreed on the city’s draft budget for next year, which will go out for public feedback next month.
Christchurch City Council is moving forward with a draft regeneration plan that could see rural land in Papanui re-zoned for housing development.
Work on the first stages of the New Brighton community playground and Hot Salt Water Pools development has been given the green light.
The Papatipu Rūnanga and Christchurch City Council Relationship Agreement is a landmark in the evolution of civic and tribal diplomacy.
International credit rating agency Standard and Poor’s has reaffirmed Christchurch City Council’s financial rating as A+ with the outlook remaining stable.
Two thirds of the shipping containers at Peacocks Gallop will be removed today, with the remainder near Deans Head going next Monday.
Christchurch’s freedom camping hotspots will be under close watch this summer as new district-wide rules come into effect from tomorrow (Thursday).
The 2016 rating revaluation shows the overall value of Christchurch property has risen by 9.2 per cent since the last general revaluation in 2013.
Christchurch Art Gallery is bringing the first major survey exhibition by Australian artists David Haines and Joyce Hinterding to New Zealand, on show exclusively in Christchurch from tomorrow (Saturday) to 5 March 2017.