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Busting the myths about our water

We’ve had lots of feedback about why we are asking people to conserve water at the same time as a bottling company is being allowed to bottle it. Today we dispel some of the myths around this issue.

Plunge into outdoor pool party fun

A wave of fun days is planned for Christchurch’s outdoor public pools as thousands of people prepare to splash into summer across the city.

New dial tracks city water use

Hand-held watering and shorter showers could hold the key to work continuing on upgrading Christchurch’s water wells over the hot summer months.

Christchurch on course to bumper Cup Day

The roads around Addington will be busy today as thousands take time off work to head to the track for Cup Day fun, fashion and frivolity.

New library a fast favourite

Tūranga has attracted more than 95,000 visitors in its first month and its early popularity is meeting high expectations.

Speed limit proposal attracts 700+ submissions

A proposal to introduce a 30 km/h speed limit on St Asaph Street and sections of Hagley Avenue and Riccarton Avenue at Hospital Corner has attracted more than 700 public submissions.