107 days ago

Biketober 2019 is here!

Glen Koorey from Cycling in Christchurch

It's back! For the third year running, Biketober Christchurch brings you 31 days of biking activities for a wide range of interests and abilities right around the city for the month of October. There are over 50 activities happening during Biketober, including rides, cycle skills, kids events, workshops, movies, and just good excuses for socialising with bike-minded folks!

Don’t forget too to sign up for the Biketober Passport and be in to win some great prizes ($8000 worth!); ride to over 40 different businesses and events around Christchurch, collect a special code for your Passport, and then come along to the grand Prize-Giving – the more places visited, the better!

Check out the Biketober calendar for details of each event - see biketoberchch.nz...

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5 days ago

Christchurch is New Zealand's second city, deal with it

Anna Williams Reporter from The Press

There's an enduring belief that Wellington is our second-largest city. We must dispel that myth, reporter Charlie Mitchell says.
Do you think Christchurch should officially be named as New Zealand's second city or should Wellington retain its title?

21 hours ago

Plan to attract central city dwellers in Christchurch already falling behind

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Project 8011, a council-run programme aimed at increasing the central city's residential population to 20,000 by 2028, has a "needs support" designation by council staff, which Cr James Gough thought was "being kind".

The project's plights include a report that's nearly six months overdue about incentives for homebuyers.

Would you live in Christchurch's CBD? Why or why not? How do you think we can get more people living in the CBD? Read the full story here and tell us your thoughts in the comments below.