Our very own Peter Ramsden has received a Queen's Birthday Honour and has become a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
News & events
On 28 May, the Government announced its Action for Healthy Waterways package. Our Chair, Jenny Hughey, acknowledges the efforts involved.
On 21 May, the Council held a meeting to deliberate on the 2020/21 Annual Plan priorities and rates for the coming financial year.
A solo circumnavigation in a 28-foot yacht is tough enough. Throw in COVID-19 halfway through a 12 month voyage and it becomes the ultimate test.
Black Cat Cruises has signed the contract for the Diamond Harbour ferry service for the next 12 years, completing our public transport procurement process.
Dog owners throughout Canterbury are being reminded to be on the alert for potentially toxic algae when taking their pooch to the pond or river.
Greater Christchurch’s public transport challenges are bigger than the call for free buses, as our councillors Phil Clearwater and Tane Apanui explain.
Here is an update on our compliance monitoring and enforcement during Alert Level 2.
Environment Canterbury became the first Council in New Zealand to make a climate emergency declaration a year ago this Saturday (16 May).
Updates for the community on Renew Energy Limited's (REL's) consent application to store bales at an industrial site in Belfast.
It’s a year since Environment Canterbury declared a climate-change emergency. Jenny Hughey explains what the council has been doing.
Metro is supporting those returning to work or school at Alert Level 2 with the Link and Temuka services at regular timetables, along with MyWay by Metro.