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The repair and restoration of the Port Hills' historic Sign of the Kiwi is due to begin the week commencing Monday 14 March.
A ceremony will mark the start of the migration of Christchurch's 2,000 Godwits to Alaska.
Christchurch City Council's Infrastructure, Transport and Environment Committee today agreed to endorse the Staff recommendation for the Matuku Waterway flood mitigation works in Heathcote Valley.
Key decisions from today's Communities, Housing and Economic Development Committee meeting:
From 12 March 2016 the speed limit for the heart of Christchurch's Central City will change to 30km/h to provide safer, more user friendly and enjoyable ways for people to travel.
This annual celebration of children is a day for families to spend fun time together at Spencer Park and discover the wild outdoors.
Trams are using an alternative route from New Regent Street along Worcester Boulevard to the Arts Centre after cordons were last week placed around five buildings on New Regent Street.
Submissions on the Council's proposed new dog control policy and bylaw close on Friday, 4 March.
An agreement has been reached between the Council and the owner about work on dangerous New Regent Street buildings.
Christchurch City Council is taking steps to make sure people visiting and working in New Regent Street remain safe after concerns were raised about five privately owned buildings.