If we can upgrade those wells as planned, we should have enough unchlorinated water to supply the city over the winter months.
The data shows average water use to date is well below the summer averages for 2016 and 2017.
A wet start to summer in Christchurch has seen the Council’s online Water Dial spend a number of consecutive days in the “green zone”.
The average Christchurch resident is currently using about 220 litres of water a day. What does this mean for the Council’s wellhead upgrade programme?
If the police were to write a report card about the student Garden Party at Lincoln University it would say in the comments “still room for improvement”.
Chlorination may resume over summer unless residents reduce the amount of water they use.
Ratepayers had to fork out for an independent facilitator to resolve disputes within a community board.
The district council will investigate a Springfield resident's suggestions to re-engineer the water race on his property to prevent further flooding.
While the majority of the city is oggling at the increase in their power bills over winter, Environment Canterbury is doing all it can to get it down.
Cafe and bars can opt to ban smoking on footpaths outside their establishments - but is this going too far?