Welcome to a wrap of what's happening in Christchurch today.
Christchurch is set to be mostly fine today, with high cloud at times and light winds. A high of 21 degrees Celsius has been forecast by Metservice.
Tomorrow is also looking sunny, with high cloud, developing northeasterlies and a high of 22C.
However, rain and southwesterlies are forecast for Sunday, clearing late in the day with a few showers expected on Monday and Tuesday.
No traffic incidents have been reported by police in Christchurch so far this morning.
QUESTION OF THE DAY
Q: What is the current status of Tommy Taylor Courts on the corner of Brougham St and Waltham Rd? Only a couple of the units look inhabited. What is its future?
A: Twelve units at the Tommy Taylor complex are vacant as they are uninhabitable due to the earthquake damage sustained and subsequent engineering advice. The complex is significantly damaged and out of level and due to this the ability to repair is still being assessed. Current tenants, who will be moving out while their homes are being repaired in the New Year, will be transferring into the habitable units. Christchurch City Council
Luckless and Chloe Langley will perform live tonight at the Pallet Pavilion. Their show starts at 6.30pm, koha entry, with an outdoor screening of Goodbye Pork Pie after.
Newtown Rocksteady are heading south this summer and will be playing at Wunderbar in Lyttelton tonight, 9pm. R18 concert, tickets $15 at the door.
- The Press
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