Wednesday, November 22, 2017


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."

Would you forgo a cup of coffee to fund the cathedral...

Would you forgo a cup of coffee every three months to help with the cathedral rebuild?

$200k grant for historic pumphouse approved

The city council has granted $200,000 for repairs and strengthening to a privately owned historic building.

Desire to make Christchurch the city of choice

"We've got to make this city attractive for young talent to come here and bring their ideas."

Tunnel closures for fire safety upgrade

Regular Lyttelton tunnel users can expect periodic night-time lane closures between now and the end of next year.

Watch: What to do with letterboxes from the red zone

Avon-Otakaro Network is calling for ideas from the public on what they should with 1000 letterboxes recovered from residential red zone.

The Crossing car parking prices reflect ‘commercial reality’

Some motorists parking in The Crossing car park say it's expensive, but the owner says the prices reflect "commercial reality".

Southshore decisions delayed

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

Watch: Students mourn the loss of UC Crane

It was described as a father figure, a friend and a guardian to watch over them. UC students held a tongue-in-cheek funeral to remember their friend of two years - The UC Crane.

Earthquake battered boat shed gets $240k city council grant

A project which has been years in the making will finally be able to go ahead after the Christchurch Yacht Club secured city council.