Council's $100m funding to 'smooth bumpy roads'

Road works remain a common sight in parts of Christchurch.

The city council is vowing to fix Christchurch's bumpy roads after shortcomings in the infrastructure repair programme. 

Lyttelton bar's last hurrah

Mike Dunlay pours a beer in his Porthole Bar in 2014.

It's the end of the line for one of Lyttelton's most popular bars... or is it?

Ministry negotiating new site for Christchurch merger school

The site of the old Holiday Inn, the white building on the right, will no longer be home to the new Ao Tawhiti Unlimited ...

The Government is working on finding a new site for a Christchurch merger school but won't say if it will stay in the central city.

Rangiora's main street restored

Special projects manager Daniel Thompson, pictured with Harriette Davies, helped to revamp Rangiora's High St.

Rangiora's main street has opened to two-way traffic for the first time since Canterbury's earthquakes.

Red Lion's last roar?

Rangiora's Red Lion Pub remains in limbo but could pose a safety risk.

The century-old Rangiora pub lies dormant as its owners wait for a quake insurance claim to be settled.

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