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Kick off the school holidays with these low-cost activities to keep your tamariki busy!
Jen Baen-Price started lifeguarding in 2008, with her first season at Christchurch’s Waltham Pool.
The tsunami warning sirens along Christchurch’s coastline will be tested at 11am on Sunday, after the clocks move forward for daylight saving.
An upcoming talk at Tūranga offers the chance to spend an evening with best-selling author Charity Norman.
New Brighton Library is closing for seven weeks while Christchurch City Council gives the interior a much-needed refresh.
Plans to make streets in Aranui safer and easier for everyone to use are out for public feedback.
The Christchurch City Council Swim Education team have become the first organisation in New Zealand to achieve accreditation as a Water Skills for Life provider, for their Swimsafe programme.
The future of the earthquake-damaged South Library and Service Centre building is being considered by the Waihoro Spreydon-Cashmere-Heathcote Community Board on 14 September.
With its next 10-year budget in the works, Christchurch City Council has been talking with its community about what matters most – and the results are in.
Work to remove Lyttelton’s Magazine Bay Marina begins in September.
A colourful tribute to New Zealand and Australian soldiers is catching the eye of people travelling on Pages Road in Wainoni.
From a self-flying taxi to a robot security guard, discover a window to the future at the free Innovation Expo at Te Pae on 10–11 September.
In-house teams of Christchurch City Council staff will be created to maintain the city’s parks.