Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Rebuild

Iconic but fragile New Brighton whale to be cloned

The iconic New Brighton whale will be cloned in order to fit in with the new seaside playground.
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Watch: Convention Centre passes first milestone

The first concrete pour for the foundation of the new Christchurch Convention Centre took place in the weekend. It is the first of fourteen more big pours over the next six months.

Council’s public art collection grows to $13.7 million

The value of the city’s outdoor public art has increased to $13.7 million, compared to $5.9 million when it was last assessed eight years ago.

Timeball progress captured on camera

You don't need to leave the comfort of your living room to watch the rebuild of Lyttelton's iconic timeball tower.
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Watch: Quake City, home to some unusual exhibits

A giant two tonne Tekoteko statue, the spire from the Christ Church Cathedral and incredible video stories of heroism during the Canterbury earthquakes are only some of the exhibits on offer at Quake City, which has moved to its new location.
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Watch: What is the plan for the residential red zone?

What is planned for the residential red zone and how can you have a say? Regenerate Christchurch spoke to the Tuesday Club explaining their plans.

St Bede’s $60m revamp begins

A $60 million revamp for St Bede’s College has reached its first milestone.

Sumner Rd reopening delayed

The reopening Sumner Rd has been pushed back until 2019, a year later than originally planned.
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Watch: East Frame public space has a new name

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Milestone for red zone with trail opening

"For a long time it's been a scar in the landscape in the east, but it's time now for that to heal."

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