David Bain was ''shocked to the core'' to hear his groomsman had committed a second murder.
A Christchurch tenant who made off with a stained glass window and smoked methamphetamine in her flat has been ordered to pay almost $12,000 to her landlord.
A man who bludgeoned a woman to death with an axe threatened to kill a prison officer while being served dinner, a court has heard.
Protecting endangered species from predators on a massive scale is the goal of the new Te Manahuna Aoraki project based in the central South Island, announced by Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage...
The Christchurch company proposing to fly unmanned aircraft over restricted airspace in Central Otago is considering going elsewhere.
Central Christchurch still bears the scars of the devastating 2011 earthquake but there are many buildings rising from the rubble.
An Environment Canterbury analysis of rabbit virus effectiveness shows the kill rate has met council expectations.
A man has died after a ride-on lawnmower rolled over on top of him near Akaroa. Police have confirmed that the man, aged in his sixties, died when the lawnmower rolled on his property on Jubilee Rd,...
Heavy snow is expected across parts of Otago this afternoon, but the MetService is no longer expecting snow to 200m or significant snow on Dunedin's Northern Motorway.
Environment Canterbury has announced its nutrient management and Waitaki plan change is a step closer.
Honing their skills on several different types of weapon at an annual training exercise weekend was a great opportunity for the region’s territorial army, the company commander says.
Mackenzie, Waimate and Waitaki district councils have joined together to say one councillor is not enough for South Canterbury, as Environment Canterbury (ECan) returns to a fully democratically...
Environment Canterbury’s new Canterbury Regional Pest Management Plan came into effect yesterday, the organisation has confirmed.
Police have confirmed they were called to a two-car and truck crash near Flock Hill Lodge near Christchurch around 2pm.
Banning boats in the southern end of Lake Pukaki to preserve views of New Zealand's highest mountain has been endorsed by the lake's only commercial boating operation.
Two new properties in Canterbury have been found to be infected with the new-to-New Zealand cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis, the Ministry for Primary Industries said on Friday.