Christchurch City Council is today (Friday 5 October) closing four community facilities on the Banks Peninsula after receiving the results of engineering assessments that show they are earthquake-prone.
The Christchurch City Council's Planning Committee has recommended the Council undertakes a series of rezonings following a study of the North West Review Area (NWRA).
Property owners and businesses looking to redevelop or relocate to Christchurch's Central City have a new dedicated service to help get them started.
Repairs are underway, or due to begin, on four paddling pools across the city, ensuring they will be re-opened in time for families to enjoy this summer.
Actions to support and streamline city arts and events projects were endorsed today by Christchurch City Council's Community, Recreation and Culture Committee.
Proposed changes to the Christchurch Metro Public Transport Network will provide a service that better reflects the city’s public transport need and is financially viable.
Christchurch City Council opened a temporary service centre on the site of the closed South Library and Beckenham Service Centre this morning (Monday 1 October).
The Christchurch City Council has today (28 September) released seven detailed technical reports on slope instability on the Port Hills. These are available on the Council’s website.
The boards of schools in greater Christchurch proposed for merger or closure will have until 7 December to carry out consultation with their local communities and report back on the proposals.
Christchurch City Council has today agreed that 30 facilities across the city and Banks Peninsula should be prioritised for funding, further investigation and, where possible, repairs.
With the completion of the zoning on flat land and the outcome of the review process now known, the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) is releasing the geotechnical data relating to the decisions.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says residents whose dwellings have been seriously affected by the earthquakes can be reassured that financial support remains available, following the extension of the Government’s Temporary Accommodation Allowance (TAA).
Gerry Brownlee | Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
Christchurch City Council is today (Monday 24 September) closing a block of 24 units, 10 of which are occupied, in the Airedale Courts City Housing complex in the Central City.
The temporary Linwood Service Centre in Smith Street will be closed from Monday 24 September for about a week while work is carried out to strengthen the foundations of the portable building.
The Royal Humane Society of New Zealand's Gold Medal, which was presented to the people of Christchurch City at the Christchurch Earthquake Awards in February, will today go on display for the public to see.
The Canterbury Earthquakes Royal Commission’s terms of reference requires it to inquire into the performance of buildings in the Canterbury earthquakes including why the CTV building failed.
Christchurch City Council has given approval for repairs to continue on the historic Rolleston House Youth Hostel Association in the Central City, with the work expected to be completed in November.
The Government will invest $1 billion over the next 10 years to restore the education sector in greater Christchurch, Selwyn and Waimakariri, Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee and Education Minister Hekia Parata announced today.
Temporary repairs to be carried out on closed South Library and Beckenham Service Centre
Environment Canterbury today released the third in a series of earthquake fault reports on different areas of the Canterbury region.
A stunning exhibition of remarkable Antarctic imagery will feature outdoors along Rolleston Avenue during New Zealand IceFest this month.
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