When Aleyna Osman’s father died suddenly on his way to work at Christchurch Hospital in 2017, the then eight-year-old chose to sing to deal with her grief.
Excessive speeding and burnouts have pushed residents of a Christchurch suburb to ask for deterrents like anti-hoon bars, anti-skid surface spray and security cameras.
A second main entrance/exit will open within the next two weeks at the Prestons Park subdivision in Christchurch.
A Christchurch community patrol formed in November has a problem - it does not have its own patrol car.
A man has been seen using a slingshot to fire large stones towards a flock of Canada geese at a Christchurch reserve.
A man has been seen using a slingshot to shoot large stones towards a flock of canada geese at a Christchurch reserve.
A proposed new mixed storage and residential development in Hornby has been hailed as a positive move.
Canterbury salsa dancers Natasha Frost and Jorja Dann have returned home after some unexpected success at a fiery latin dance competition in Florida.
The manager of a community garden in Sumner is taking crop growing back to its roots with the goal of creating a self-sustaining food source.
A Christchurch social housing resident is feeling deflated after finding out five large cedar trees, which once provided the units with a sense of tranquillity and shelter, will be felled.
Shuffle ball change, time step and buffalo are just a few of the most common tap dancing moves - and Christchurch dancer Molly Chapman knows them all very well.
Concerns over Hornby’s new organics plant will be explored at the upcoming Greater Hornby Residents Association meeting.
Helping navigate the Hornby Club through tough times has led to a Christchurch City Council civic award for Kevin Cole.
Passionate, integral, a battler, a full-time volunteer, and a “tremendous server” of the community are just a few of the words used to describe Hornby identity Ross Houliston.
Meet the first baby born in Christchurch in 2024.
Fun creations at Rolleston’s inaugural Christmas Tree Grotto are proving a hit.
A Christchurch family won’t be celebrating Christmas quite like they had thought after their home was severely damaged by fire.
A Spreydon family won’t be celebrating Christmas quite like they had thought after their home was severely damaged by fire.
Connection, acceptance and community are just three of the most desirable things for Hornby youth.
St Margaret's College students played a part in planting more than 30,000 natives in the Christchurch red zone.