NEWSLINE Christchurch News & Events

Fine weather has helped the first group of volunteers working to restore native bush on the fire-damaged Port Hills.


Christchurch City Council has released a list of about 30 buildings and sites considered a barrier to the regeneration of Christchurch’s city centre.


There's plenty of musical entertainment on offer in the city, whether you're a fan of blues, jazz, folk or even David Bowie.


The public will get a chance to have their say on the Ministry of Education’s proposed Redcliffs land swap from the start of next week.


Mayor Lianne Dalziel has written to the Mayor of Manchester in the wake of this week's suicide bombing to express Christchurch's support for the terror hit city.


Christchurch City Council will continue to work with other agencies to find non-regulatory ways to resolve the issues caused by street-based sex work.


Christchurch sports grounds are being improved to provide quality surfaces that will withstand wet weather and growing demand.


A new manufacturing plant in Wigram purpose-built by Skellerup, is on track to deliver at least a 90 per cent water saving.

Christchurch City Council, Ōtākaro Ltd and the Central City Business Group have made good progress on addressing the impact of transport projects in the central city.

A new community “mini park” in Linwood is creating a buzz, after months of community work to develop the transitional community space.

A new petanque sports hub with a terrain described as the best in New Zealand is about to open in Hagley Park ready to host the Oceania champs later this year.

Options for addressing the issues caused by street-based sex workers will be considered at this week’s Council meeting.

A plan for tackling derelict sites that are considered a barrier to the regeneration of Christchurch’s city centre will be outlined at this week's Council meeting.

A report seeking approval for travel overseas to strengthen Christchurch’s international relations will be considered by the Council on Thursday.

On Thursday, May 25 the Christchurch City Council will be meeting at 10am. On its agenda is:

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