Tuesday, September 25, 2018


Call for separated cycleway on Dyers Rd

Cyclists are calling for the New Zealand Transport Agency to redress its decision of not adding a separated cycleway along Dyers Rd when it undertook a $3.2 million project of widening the road last year.

Questions hang in air over pollution on Cranford St

The Papanui-Innes Community Board have written to Environment Canterbury regarding questions about air quality for Cranford St

New pipes in place to pump out waste

Construction of Halswell and Westmorland’s new wastewater scheme has been completed.

Lizard sanctuary in Ferrymead

Lizards should feel right at home in a new sanctuary within Ferrymead Park.

Plea for co-ordinated fix at Cass Bay

Damaged footpaths, missing steps and broken benches are putting people off using the Cass Bay playground, the committee tasked with its management believes.

Former board chairwoman dies after short illness

Former Banks Peninsula Community Board chairwoman Christine Wilson has died after a short illness.

Stepping stone in Quarryman’s Trail

The first stage of a cycle route that will eventually connect Halswell and the central city is nearing completion with the last few intersections and crossings opening soon.

End of road for green grocer

Ongoing roadworks in Richmond is continuing to put pressure on businesses.

Bromley’s stinky sites investigated

So far this year, Bromley is proving to be the city's stinkiest suburb, with more than 100 complaints.

Community board member welcomes first child

Linda Chen and her husband Robin welcomed the baby boy on April 10 in what she described a "precious experience."