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Coastal hazards report being finalised

City councillors are expected to receive an updated report on coastal hazards next month.

Southshore decisions delayed

The decision regarding Southshore Floodplain Management Short Term Plan has been pushed back to October 10.

Environment Canterbury chairman resigns

Environment Canterbury’s chairman David Bedford has resigned due to ill health.

Unleashed dogs a risk for Port Hills sheep

Dogs must now be kept on a leash in the Port Hills as lambing season gets under way.

Hubs for hiring electric cars on the way

Three hubs around the city mean the public will be able to hire electric cars.

No mowing trial successful

The city council will look at how it can further enhance the spawning habitat of whitebait in rivers.

Technology to stop overflowing bins

Overflowing rubbish bins in public parks could be wiped out if new sensors being trialled by the city council proves successful.

Midge plague: ‘They’ve paid $800k to do what?’

Midge-plagued Bromley residents will know this week what solutions are on the table to try and solve the problem.

Work starts on last link of uni cycleway

Construction is under way on the last part of a new cycleway linking Canterbury University with the city centre.

Township ‘shafted’ over chlorination of drinking water

A Hurunui District councillor says Hanmer Springs has been “shafted” over the council’s decision to chlorinate the town’s water supply.