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Christchurch City Council consults on $10 million cathedral contribution

The City of Christchurch has launched a consultation on how to fund its $10 million share of the re-build costs for the city’s cathedral.

11 October 2017

Synod to consider gifting Christchurch Cathedral to New Zealand government

Christchurch diocesan synod will consider giving its earthquake-ravaged cathedral as a gift to the people of New Zealand.

15 August 2017

Decision edges closer on future of Christchurch Cathedral

The New Zealand Diocese of Christchurch has defended itself over allegations that it has dragged its feet over the future of its iconic cathedral.

10 April 2017

Drone assesses Christchurch Cathedral earthquake damage

A drone has been used got get up to date information about the damage to the interior of New Zealand’s Christchurch Cathedral.

07 July 2016

Mediator reports on options to rebuild or replace Christchurch Cathedral

Christchurch Cathedral in New Zealand could be reinstated after a mediator reported that restoration work could leave the re-built cathedral “indistinguishable” from the one that was all-but destroyed by the 2011 earthquake. But the report says that the “costly and risky project” would be significantly more expensive and take much longer to build than a contemporary replacement.

08 January 2016

Dean of Christ Church Cathedral to Sleep Rough for Focus Ireland Campaign

Dean of Christ Church Cathedral to ‘sleep rough’ on October 17th  to ‘Shine a Light’ on homelessness in Ireland 

09 October 2014

 

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