Friday, January 19, 2018

Rebuild

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Watch: End in sight for Christchurch’s inner city roadworks

Work to future-proof Christchurch's inner city roads is due for completion by mid 2018.
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Watch: Christchurch’s Evolution Square is now up and running

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The multi-million dollar job of maintaining the red zone

Mowing, weeding, land clearance, security, rates and rubbish removal - how much does it all cost?
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Watch: New youth space opened in the CBD

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Watch: Whitebait school project a finalist in national river awards

The story of Christchurch pupils wanting to improve īnaka/whitebait conditions in the Heathcote and Avon rivers is a River Story Award 2017 finalist.
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Watch: $75m budget blowout sees anchor project plans scrapped

A $75m budget blowout on an anchor project has seen the new Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration scrap plans and head back to the drawing board.
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Light shows to feature in Victoria Square revamp

Feature lighting controlled by a laptop, colourful jets of water and a new punt stop - these are just some of the features of the revamped Victoria Square.

Rising seas to push up insurance premiums on coastal properties

A shift towards evaluating properties for individual climate-change risk may mean insurance premiums will rise on coastal properties.

Vacant space getting snapped up by investors in New Brighton Mall

Businesses are snapping up the last of the vacant spots at New Brighton Mall in preparation for the area’s upcoming development.

Tensions raised as doors shut on library

Upper Riccarton War Memorial Library chairperson Aynslie Walter is angry after the city council shut the building.

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