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Things are heating up in Christchurch as temperatures soar and buskers set the streets alight, boosting business in the city.
Restoring stained glass windows broken in the earthquakes is a labour of love for a local artist and conservator.
They are known across the globe as the brothers of bodily abuse and the Monsters of Schlock are living up to their name.
Christchurch City Council will hold its first meeting for 2018 on Thursday 25 January at 9.30am. Items on agenda for the public part of the meeting include:
Christchurch City Council is seeking public feedback on proposed changes to the use of Denton Park.
With SummerTimes in full swing and some of the best buskers in the world performing across Christchurch's city centre, there is plenty to keep everyone entertained this weekend.
Brian Patrick loves bugs and won’t leave home without a jar in his pocket just in case he spots a rare specimen.
Having quality waterways is rated as more important than housing and education but most people believe our rivers are in poor condition, a new survey shows.
Canterbury Museum has successfully bid at a London auction for four medals and two diaries belonging to Trggve Gran – the Norwegian skiing expert on the British Antarctic Expedition.
Work is well under way on the Gardiners Pump Station in the city's north-west.