Sunday, November 18, 2018

Council

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."

Replacement QE II to open today

Taiora: QE II Recreation and Sport Centre will open to the public today just over a year after construction began.
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Watch: Re-piered and ready to re-open

New Brighton Pier is being fully reopened to the public after 16 months of earthquake repairs, much of it below sea-level.

Rebuild rumbles on

Plans for a $15 million central city art museum, a hospitality outlet in Lyttelton and a new name for the Convention Centre were all revealed yesterday.

Denton Park supporters want to work with council

Hornby advocates have pledged to work with the city council to find a new site for a multi-million dollar community facility in the suburb.

Clock tower repairs to start this week

Repairs on New Brighton's historic clock tower will start this week.

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