People planning to mail back their voting papers for the local elections need to get them in the post by Tuesday 4 October.
Get connected, get involved
After 15 years of putting his community first, Councillor Jimmy Chen is retiring from local body politics to spend more time with his family.
After 12 years in local body politics, including six as Deputy Mayor, Councillor Andrew Turner is bowing out and looking forward to a life with greater freedom and flexibility.
Christchurch: A great place to be
The Graham Condon Fitness Centre has been upgraded and reconfigured so that it can offer a new type of high intensity group training class that will blast calories and boost fitness.
The tsunami sirens along Christchurch’s coastline will undergo routine testing at 11am this Sunday.
Looking after our natural resources
Christchurch City Council has completed the process of removing tailings, surplus to operational requirements, from the Organics Processing Plant site in Bromley.
Christchurch City Council and University of Canterbury (UC) are proud to present a showcase of research and action towards addressing the climate emergency and creating a more sustainable future.
Creating a modern, sustainable city
Mayor Lianne Dalziel has written to the Environment Minister asking for a bespoke approach to housing intensification provisions in Christchurch.
Mayor Lianne Dalziel has taken steps to ensure that the protections included in the proposed Housing and Business Choice Plan Change for tree canopy cover are not lost.
At your next visit, make sure you look up – a brand new commission from Mata Aho Collective is now swooping down from the skylights and across the foyer at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.
Dame Ngaio Marsh’s life was almost as much of a mystery as her famous detective novels.