Wildflowers will be blooming in more parks and reserves across Christchurch this spring after a successful trial was expanded across the city.
Star Home and Gardening
A young Christchurch couple fought off some very determined competition to secure a property just around the corner from their current home.
A retro home with red and orange zig-zag carpet rescued from Christchurch’s Tivoli Theatre in the mid-1990s has sold under the hammer for $460,000, $120,000 below its RV.
"Ridiculous" is the overwhelming response from residents to Christchurch City Council’s proposed increase in building height restrictions from six to 10 storeys.
Stage one of a project to enhance the overall experience at Riccarton Bush in Christchurch is set to start in April.
The plan by Fletcher Living to convert the former Redcliffs supermarket into 22 apartments is now on hold after Christchurch City Council invited feedback from neighbours - and two objected.
A Burwood home is being sold with a special retro feature - the red, orange and black zig-zag carpet from the old Tivoli Theatre in Cathedral Square which closed in 1994.
The owner of a stately 10-bedroom Canterbury home hopes the new owners will feel the same way he did about the property known by locals as Castle Claremont.
Several million-dollar-plus sales in Christchurch auction rooms this week was like stepping back in time to when nearly every property was swooped up, an auctioneer says.
In Christchurch, a budget of just over $1m could get you a brick and cedar home originally built for Lady Rutherford.
As Christchurch residents fret over the impact of housing intensification, two property developers are changing the look of some of the more neglected suburbs.
An architect’s clever twist on Christchurch’s classic villa design has proved a hit, with the new home selling for $3.925 million – more than $200,000 above its reserve.
Widow Kathleen Coster was angry and upset to find her husband’s resting place at Avonhead Memorial Cemetery overgrown with grass and weeds.
It’s time to party like it’s 1905 – and help raise money for one of Christchurch’s most iconic old buildings.