Unless public transport patronage can be improved, there will be an extra 80,000 cars on the city’s roads in 2041 and 40 per cent more congestion.
It's no secret why cars are more popular than buses - figures on travel times and reliability tell the story.
A campaign to save Christchurch's Santa Parade is about to be launched, after funding problems have left the parade on the brink of collapse
A gym membership at any of the city council's recreation centres could rise by 8.8 per cent.
Pages Rd’s earthquake-damaged footpaths, near the New Brighton bridge, are unlikely to be completely repaired for several years.
City councillor Raf Manji has announced he will run for the Ilam electorate in the general election, five months after being voted back onto council - and it could cost $65,000 to replace him.
To find the peak year for public transport patronage in the city, you have to go all the way back to 1945, when 32 million passenger trips were recorded.
The city council has released statistics showing the worst places and hotspots for graffiti in February.
A community board is being asked to give funding to a group fighting against the establishment of a funeral home in Halswell.
The number of non-compliant freedom campers has halved since the same time last year, after a city council crack-down.