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The small settlement of Birdlings Flat, on Banks Peninsula, now boasts its own community centre.
People keen to give a cycling go now have another cycleway to ride on.
Join fellow rugby fans to watch the All Blacks (hopefully) beat the Lions or enjoy some mud-slinging antics this weekend.
The Council will give a heritage incentive grant of up to $362,675 to the owner of eight units in the old Duncan’s Building to help pay for the cost of conserving and maintaining the High St building’s historic façade.
The man who was the driving force behind the Botanic Gardens’ herbarium has been honoured by the Christchurch City Council.
A concept design that incorporates ideas from local school children has been released for New Brighton’s planned new beachside playground.
A Councillor working party is being re-established to consider whether the privately owned baches that sit on Christchurch City Council managed land in Taylors Mistake and Boulder Bay should be allowed to remain.
Christchurch City Council has taken two important steps today towards promoting healthy lifestyle choices.
Christchurch cyclists have marked the shortest day of the year with an after-dark bike ride through Hagley Park.
Christchurch’s Fanzone is roaring back into life this weekend for the eagerly anticipated test match between the All Blacks and the British and Irish Lions.