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On Thursday 24 August the Christchurch City Council will be meeting at 10am. On its agenda is:
Three amazing apes are on their way to Christchurch to take up residence in Orana Wildlife Park.
A wrought iron spiral staircase from the demolished Regent Theatre has found a new home inside the historic Rose Chapel in Colombo St.
If the prospect of another wet weekend is giving you cabin fever, check out one of the following events.
A recommendation that Denton Park is used as the site for Hornby’s planned new library, customer and leisure centre will be considered by the Council next week.
Your votes have been counted and the choice has been made - Jellie Park's replacement indoor hydroslide will be coloured blue and green.
An hour of free carparking could soon be on offer in the central city.
The sensitive restoration of two of the Arts Centre’s oldest buildings has resulted in a national engineering award.
A Council trial designed to protect river banks where whitebait lay their eggs is hatching positive results.
Overflowing rubbish bins in public parks could be wiped out if new sensors being trialled by the Council prove successful.