Christchurch city councillor Sara Templeton is reassessing her previous decision not to stand for the mayoralty.
Old hands and new faces are among the centre-left candidates confirmed for the Christchurch local body elections in October.
A big property developer has waded into the Rolleston flyover debate, saying it is now time to look again at light rail into Christchurch.
Two Canterbury friends Cody Elvy and Seamus Smyth enjoyed the golf match of a lifetime when they played with rugby legend Christian Cullen.
A Selwyn Aquatic Centre swimmer says she was left high and dry when the 20m programmes pool was closed for maintenance.
A group of Cantabrians with MS are fundraising for hybrid, motorised, all-terrain wheelchair and exercise machines, which cost more than $30,000 each.
A $100 million upgrade of the Pines Wastewater Treatment Plant at Rolleston will happen sooner than expected due to the district’s booming population.
A 60-year-old Canterbury man is facing a long recovery after receiving burns to 70 per cent of his body after an explosion at his home.
Rates are set to rise by an average of 6 per cent in the Selwyn district on July 1 - but the increase will be more for many urban dwellers.
The average value of a house in Selwyn has climbed past $1 million, out-performing Christchurch and every other district in Canterbury.
Three Springston rugby players were trespassed by police from a Lincoln hotel after they caused trouble with other patrons.
Miriam Dobson and her golden retriever Jaunty are basking in the glow of victory after being named New Zealand Rally-O Grand Champion.
Thieves have been accessing storage tanks at service stations in Canterbury to steal petrol.
How to move ahead with Three Waters reforms has split the Selwyn District Council down the middle, forcing Mayor Sam Broughton to deliver a casting vote.
Design engineers are investigating numerous roading configurations for Rolleston as they grapple with the perfect flyover design - which may even include an underpass.
Lincoln University recorded 361 Covid-19 cases from late February to mid-March, it can now be revealed.
Fire crews had to extricate a passenger from a vehicle that crashed into a truck in Lincoln yesterday.
Road and pavement works in Selwyn are being cut back due to inflation and rising bitumen costs, the district council says.
Uncontrolled trade waste discharges are placing strain on the wastewater treatment plant at Rolleston and causing operational difficulty.
The parishioners at a Darfield church have restored their historic lychgate - and uncovered a few surprises while delving into the history of its 260kg bell at the same time.