NEWSLINE Christchurch News & Events

Ever tried to solve a Rubiks cube while out running? Now imagine doing it 176 times while you run a full marathon!


Christchurch and Banks Peninsula residents are being urged to keep their eyes open for any sign of the myrtle rust plant disease recently discovered in New Zealand.


A revitalisation of South New Brighton Park will draw people back to the area this summer, more than six years after it suffered damage in the 2011 earthquakes.


A Healthy Food Action Plan that outlines steps the Council could take to improve access to healthy food in Christchurch will be presented to Councillors next week.


The opening hours for the Christchurch Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre, which includes the Ilex café and function room, are changing.


The NZ Transport Agency has released new drone footage of the Western Belfast Bypass (WBB) which shows how well the project is progressing.


Christchurch City Council could join the list of Councils across New Zealand who have committed themselves to supporting the Government’s goal of having a smokefree nation by 2025.


The owner of eight units in the historic Duncan’s Building in High St has asked Christchurch City Council for a Heritage Incentive Grant of up to $362,675.

There's plenty of musical entertainment on offer in the city, whether you're a fan of blues, jazz, folk or even David Bowie.

Fine weather has helped the first group of volunteers working to restore native bush on the fire-damaged Port Hills.

Christchurch City Council has released a list of about 30 buildings and sites considered a barrier to the regeneration of Christchurch’s city centre.

The public will get a chance to have their say on the Ministry of Education’s proposed Redcliffs land swap from the start of next week.

Christchurch City Council will continue to work with other agencies to find non-regulatory ways to resolve the issues caused by street-based sex work.

Mayor Lianne Dalziel has written to the Mayor of Manchester in the wake of this week's suicide bombing to express Christchurch's support for the terror hit city.