Craig Todd has dedicated much of his life to protecting beachgoers in Sumner and has now been recognised by Surf Life Saving NZ.
Canterbury households are the most optimistic in the country about their region’s economic prospects for the next 12 months.
The debate over how to make it easier for cyclists to travel from Lyttelton to Christchurch city via the tunnel has sparked up again.
Ronnie Kelly, 72, may have taken up biking to improve his health - but says it will never replace his love for his treasured Ford Mustang GT.
Former National list MP for the Port Hills Nuk Korako is biking 720km from Rāpaki to Bluff to fundraise for Renee Veal’s life-changing surgery.
A Banks Peninsula family with a seven-year-old on the waiting list for heart surgery have been selling honey to help increase capacity at Starship hospital.
The magical creatures and animals at ‘Brigadoon’ in Redcliffs have disappeared after an auction to empty the property.
A well-known coffee shop in Heathcote that has been operating with a temporary accommodation licence following the quakes is fighting to stay open.
A Christchurch author's new book bridges the gap between Australia and NZ through a child’s imagination and raises awareness about CMV.
Overflowing rubbish bins in a seaside Christchurch suburb have the community calling for more ‘smart bins’ to be installed.
Sumner’s Almighty Tiger Sharks - the only all-girls team in the mixed grade - have gone undefeated this season.
A wandering dog has become the latest target of a lockdown rule-breakers Facebook page in Christchurch.
Lockdown looters have been targeting a Banks Peninsula township - and residents are not happy about it.
Police nationwide are out in their communities enforcing lockdown restrictions and undertaking reassurance patrols.
Concerned Sumner residents are publicising illegal behaviour in the seaside neighbourhood during lockdown, combining light-hearted observations with a serious safety message.