The sound of a car crashing into a lamppost and his neighbours’ fence at 7.30am was a literal wake-up call for Christchurch man Don Pilgrim.
Christchurch community board member Gamal Fouda has sparked a backlash after his move away from the area he represents.
A hearing is being held this week over the Department of Corrections’ contentious bid to open a rehabilitation centre for violent offenders in St Albans.
One of the Christchurch’s most congested rush-hour routes has been revealed as a likely death trap - and a bid is being made to make it safer.
A Christchurch market with a community focus is set to open on Saturday, making the long-held wish of one of its organisers a reality.
It may be called Talltree St - but residents say their Avonhead paradise has been anything but leafy since 75 per cent of the trees were removed.
A push to improve the safety of a busy school route is set to pay off for a Christchurch principal and his pupils.
A woman was stopped from shopping at a Christchurch supermarket after security questioned the validity of a special pass allowing her to not wear a mask.
Members of a Christchurch community board have grappled over whether ratepayers should be funding a community kitchen.
Christchurch Quilters president Maria Rohs said the club’s biennial exhibition last week had more than 200 entries.
Ruby Hewitt, 15, has been hitting the slopes since she was three-years-old - and now the Rangi Ruru student's hard work is paying off as she prepares to take on the world’s best young skiers.
The construction of Hornby’s new $35.7 million centre has been delayed for the second time in less than a month.
Birthdays are difficult for Zahid Ismail since his twin brother was killed in the March 15 terror attack - and this year was even worse after a fire broke out at the Halswell home he was about to move into.
The expansion of Halswell was the main concern raised by residents in a survey about life in Christchurch’s fastest-growing suburb.
An armed robbery - and a booming population - has caused a resident in a Christchurch suburb to call for their own police station.
St Albans Park needs another bin due to an expected rise in litter once the skate park extension is completed.
Vaccinating people against Covid-19 is not as important as putting food on the table for some in the city's lower socio-economic areas, an east Christchurch community leader says.
A plan to stop through-traffic and right turns at a busy Christchurch intersection has sparked a backlash from road users.
A Minecraft-inspired design for a new NZ Parliament building by a group of Christchurch school pupils has been sent to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Close crops and colourful wigs at a Christchurch supermarket raised $2783 for the Child Cancer Foundation.