Four streets in a planned Halswell subdivision will bear Māori names following concerns the names originally proposed did not reflect local heritage.
Construction of a new lookout, opposite the Sign of the Bellbird on the Port Hills, will start in February.
A majority of the 424 submissions support the third and final section of the Nor’west Arc Cycleway, a Christchurch City Council analysis has revealed.
Police are refuting a Christchurch community board member's claim they are not adequately patrolling the Northern Corridor and Cranford St for speeding motorists.
Nationally significant taonga, cutting edge technology, a sensory space and NZ’s largest video projection wall are among the gems to explore at Te Ara Ātea which opened today.
The construction of Hornby's new $35.7 million library, customer services, recreation and sport centre is finally under way.
A price hike of $3.4 million on a long-delayed water storage tank project in the heart of Fendalton is being criticised as "far too high".
Christchurch residents are hoping the end is in sight for a major post-quake build as contractors work around Covid-19 construction delays to finish the Metro Sports Facility.
Emergency personnel from across the Selwyn district have hammered out their plans for responding to a magnitude 8 or higher quake along the Alpine Fault.
The plan to cover Christchurch’s new Northern Corridor motorway in low noise asphalt has been delayed due to Covid disruptions.
The fences around the new North Frame bridge in central Christchurch will come down this week to allow pedestrians and cyclists across.
The construction of Hornby’s new $35.7 million centre has been delayed for the second time in less than a month.
A central Christchurch mall's 40-year stint as a pedestrian-only area has come to an end with three retractable bollards to manage vehicle access now operational.
A major street upgrade that has caused disruption in central Christchurch should be finished before Christmas.
Work is under way to turn part of the former Christchurch red zone into a new community picnic area.