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The importance of conserving water over the summer

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?

Save water or face more chlorination

Chlorination may resume over summer unless residents reduce the amount of water they use.

Lab testing being done on Owaka Pit MDF

The owners of the controversial Owaka Pit are now testing the medium density fibre to see if it can be reused after the site was found to be operating illegally.

ECan saves big bucks turning down the heating

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.
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Watch: Templeton mum worried that dust from proposed quarry will put...

Templeton mum Karen Haugh is worried the dust from the proposed Templeton Quarry will put her daughter Serena back in hospital.
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Watch: Templeton residents get ready to fight proposed Quarry

A proposed Quarry less than 2 kilometres from the township of Templeton has got residents fuming.
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Watch: Full coverage of the Templeton Residents’ Association ‘No Quarry’ meeting

Emotional pleas were made from residents as they told authorities they do not want Fulton Hogan to build a quarry near them.
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Watch: Templeton residents vent their anger at proposed quarry

Emotional pleas were made from residents as they told authorities they do not want Fulton Hogan to build a quarry near them.
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Watch: Help protect rare birds by watching where you walk

Next time you're walking along the Ashley River, control your dog and watch where you step as you some of the world's rarest birds nest along the riverbank.

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