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WATCH: Hoiho Lane opens

We’ve opened the last stage of Christchurch’s single-biggest community housing project since the ‘quakes.

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Sparkie prevents fire

He finished installing a smoke alarm when another helped him beat a fire – and save a life.

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It’s competition time!

We want ŌCHT tenants to help name our proposed free internet service!

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EV service ready for use

The EVs are here and they’re ready for tenants to use.

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Building our communities

Replacing a quake damaged complex, our newest communities are built for the future.

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Award recognises Lane team

It takes a community to build a community and one of ŌCHT’s newest was built by one of the best.

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Karoro Lane opens

Te Ariki spent the past two weeks living in a motel. Today, he helped open his new home. 

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New homes on horizon

A now bare site in Richmond offers new hope for people needing a home.

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Karoro Lane opens soon

It’s named after the southern black-backed gull – and it will give our community wings.

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Power project for tenants

How does cheap electricity sound to you? The Tenant Advisory Group reckons it sounds great.

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Join us at Job Club

Job Club is back!

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Electric vehicles planned

We’ve got some great news for tenants, the environment and our city.

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Journey starts at Job Club

Paul’s got a new job – and an appreciation of what can be achieved with support and tenacity.

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Our health and connections

You can learn a lot about your community when you ask the right questions.

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Mahi and milestones

It’s been a year of challenges and achievement, writes ŌCHT chief executive Cate Kearney.

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Building for the future

ŌCHT delivered nearly 60 new homes this year. There’s more to come.

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Watch: Living in an ŌCHT home

Kathy describes living in one of ŌCHT’s newest homes, at Tīwaiwaka Lane.

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Watch: Using your heat pump

We’ve installed heat pumps in nearly 2200 homes as part of the ŌCHT/Christchurch City Council Warm & Dry Initiative.