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Don’t know where to put your bin? Council spells it out

Residents living along Colombo and Rutland Sts have now been told where to place their rubbish bins to avoid clogging the cycleway.

Milestone for MeNZ shed

Blokes, beers and a barbecue - that's how the Bishopdale MeNZ Shed celebrated its third birthday.

About 200 ‘sleeping rough’ in city

About 200 people are "sleeping rough" in Christchurch at any one time. That’s what a street count done by city council staff has found, as part the development of a proposal to help alleviate the city’s homeless problem.

Wicked new Showbiz season

One of the largest grossing shows in Broadway history will finally come to the city next year.

Timeball progress captured on camera

You don't need to leave the comfort of your living room to watch the rebuild of Lyttelton's iconic timeball tower.

Yacht club on board with working party

The Mt Pleasant Yacht Club is happy to work with concerns parties to make Scott Park better for everyone.

Experts ride in for cycle congress

Transport experts from around the world are gathering in Christchurch to talk about the benefits cycle networks bring to communities.

Cartoon characters help migrant kids master Te Reo

Addington’s Sacred Heart School pupils are among the first Christchurch children to get their hands on innovative posters that use humour to promote Te Reo Maori.

Construction giant Fletcher joins businesses against Northern Arterial plans

A multi-billion construction company has come out in support of small businesses on Cranford St worried about Northern Arterial plans.

Martist Albion sevens star takes award

Marist Albion's Daniel Fransen was named men's seven's player of the year at the recent Canterbury rugby awards evening.