Mayor Phil Mauger’s bid to get operational funding help for the $683 million stadium in central Christchurch may not be as easy to secure as he wants it to be.
A Canterbury primary school has made another plea for better crossings and lower speed limits to protect its pupils.
A 74-year-old Canterbury granddad who has been hooked on model trains since he was a boy is re-creating his town in the ultimate model railway.
Miss Canterbury finalist Paige Sullivan is hoping to win the pageant 66 years after her grandmother claimed the title in 1958.
A farmer has pleaded guilty to two charges from Environment Canterbury for breaching the Resource Management Act.
Mainfreight co-founder Neil Graham's son, Lincoln resident Dean Graham, has shed some light on why the family is selling his dad's collection of Charles Goldie paintings.
When Wendy Gerritsen was diagnosed with ovarian cancer it was nearly too late. Now the Rolleston resident is riding her horse to get her message out.
Chlorination looks like it will stay in the Selwyn district’s water supply.
A 5000-seat stadium is on Ellesmere Rugby Sub Union’s wishlist for a 100ha park set to be developed on the outskirts of Rolleston.
Selwyn district ratepayers are facing a 16 per cent rates rise and double-digit increases for at least the next three years.
One of the Selwyn district's best-known hotels has weathered a bid to have its liquor licence revoked.
A Canterbury man who was nearly killed in a fiery explosion is making marked progress almost two years after the incident.
A farmer will be back in court in two weeks after Environment Canterbury claims he breached the Resource Management Act.
Crunch time is looming over whether Selwyn ratepayers will be asked to help pay for Christchurch’s 30,000-seat Te Kaha stadium.
A decade ago, James Beatty had decided he did not want to be someone who worked 9-5 for the rest of his life. So he packed up and started travelling across the world.
The Springfield Donut has had its frosting secured for the next decade.
Liz Morrish has a good reason to make every day a good one - she has been given only four to five months to live.
A fatality waiting to happen - that’s how the deliberate targeting of road signs in a Canterbury district has been described.
The rebuilding of Selwyn's only community board is under way, with two new members joining it.
Selwyn MP Nicola Grigg welcomed her new baby boy Geordie on December 27 at the Rolleston Birthing Unit.