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Christchurch City Council's chief executive Karleen Edwards has apologised after a review into the chlorination of the city's water supply found a "lack of a cohesive system" in how the council managed compliance.
What do you like about the Garden City? Christchurch's mood is changing as locals begin to feel more positive about their city, new research reveals.
A quality of life survey has found Christchurch residents far more likely than those in other main centres to say their city had become a better place to live in the past year. To read more, click here.
So, what do you think of these results? What do you love about your hometown? Are there things that bother you - if so, what improvements would you like to see? Let us know in the replies! (Please add "NFP/not for print" if you do not want your images/ comments used on Stuff)
Christchurch's neighbouring councils don't plan to help pay for a stadium in the city.
Selwyn mayor Sam Broughton told the Christchurch City Council in May that he supported the idea of rural Canterbury ratepayers contributing, but said this week that financial support from district councils was no longer necessary.