Thursday, February 22, 2018


Seven years: ‘We will always remember them’

Three empty car parks with the faded CTV outline are part of a new memorial to remember the 115 people who died there seven years ago. In the middle sits a pile of river stones - each with a name of someone killed.

Woods: Looking to the future of Christchurch in the next seven...

What I want to see in Christchurch in the next seven years is a city that finishes the job of the rebuild and remembers that that means more than just bricks and mortar – we need to help people recover and finally be able to move on with their lives.

Young snooker star going from strength to strength

Adam Lilley will travel to Sydney next month to represent and captain the under-21 New Zealand team in the Oceania Billiard and Snooker Championships.

Community centre on the move to MacFarlane Park

The centre will be established in MacFarlane Park and used by the Shirley Community Trust.

Dead plants targeted by ‘cabbage tree-hater’?

Twenty four cabbage trees have been found dead alongside the Christchurch Coastal Pathway.

Dangerous trees in park could fall anytime

The community board has requested city council carry out an urgent safety audit of trees in the area.

Feb 22, 2011: Seven years on