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A Christchurch girl’s school project on endangered species will see some lucky penguins nesting inside a cosy, purpose built penguin nesting box this spring.
Christchurch is putting its hand up to host a parade for Emirates Team New Zealand after their emphatic victory in the America’s Cup.
A new Smart Travel website and app will allow Christchurch commuters to find transport solutions from carpooling to bus routes at the click of a button.
The newly opened Mollett Street block of Christchurch’s South Frame has more than meets the eye.
A craft school in the central city will resume its free workshops after receiving a Council grant.
Travelling to Portugal to train with the world’s best has helped a Christchurch teen towards his goal of becoming an Olympic gymnast.
The small settlement of Birdlings Flat, on Banks Peninsula, now boasts its own community centre.
People keen to give cycling a go now have another cycleway to ride on.
Attracting people, businesses and capital to Canterbury and creating prosperous communities with higher standards of living for everyone is the vision behind the Canterbury Regional Economic Development Strategy (CREDS).
Join fellow rugby fans to watch the All Blacks (hopefully) beat the Lions or enjoy some mud-slinging antics this weekend.