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Christchurch residents have turned up in their droves for the opening day of the New Zealand Agricultural Show 2018 at a sun drenched Canterbury Agricultural Park.
Check here for the latest information on the work that is being done to return Christchurch's water to an unchlorinated state.
We’ve had lots of feedback about why we are asking people to conserve water at the same time as a bottling company is being allowed to bottle it. Today we dispel some of the myths around this issue.
The draft regeneration plan for the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor is now open for public comment.
A wave of fun days is planned for Christchurch’s outdoor public pools as thousands of people prepare to splash into summer across the city.
Hand-held watering and shorter showers could hold the key to work continuing on upgrading Christchurch’s water wells over the hot summer months.
Former Governor-General and High Court Judge Dame Silvia Cartwright will lead the public inquiry into the Earthquake Commission (EQC).
Christchurch’s streetwise urban sheep will mix with their real-life country cousins when they go up for auction at the Show.
The roads around Addington will be busy today as thousands take time off work to head to the track for Cup Day fun, fashion and frivolity.
Tūranga has attracted more than 95,000 visitors in its first month and its early popularity is meeting high expectations.