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1 - 10 of 2019
A section of the earthquake twisted Medway Street bridge will be incorporated into a new mini-golf course in the East Frame.
Christchurch City Council will consult with the public in the new year about lowering the speed limit on St Asaph Street to 30kph.
Christchurch City Council will soon begin contacting home owners near the Heathcote River who may be eligible for a voluntary property purchase offer under the Flood Intervention Policy.
Got a photo of the U2 concert at Lancaster Park back in the 1980s? Or of you and your mates watching cricket from the old grassed embankments or cheering on the Crusaders from the stands?
An impressive line-up of Kiwi talent will take to the stage in Hagley Park this Saturday for a free outdoor concert that will help you get into the Christmas groove.
Recommended changes to a bylaw regulating stock movement will address concerns raised by farmers while protecting public safety.
The Government has ordered an urgent review of plans for the Metro Sports facility amid concern the project will come in $75 million over budget.
The speed limit on Dyers Pass Road could be changed in a bid to reduce the high accident toll along the route.
Christchurch’s first eco-burial site has opened in Diamond Harbour.
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel says the Government’s announcement of a new plan for the Metro Sports Facility anchor project provides the city with a window of opportunity to re-examine its major sports facilities.