Meat the Need founders Siobhan O’Malley and Wayne Langford have helped supply months’ worth of meat to foodbanks across Canterbury and the South Island.
It’s been a whirlwind few months for Canterbury bike shop owners Paul and Monique Brake who are currently riding a wave of cycling resurgence.
Rugby mad mini-All-Blacks-in-training Jesse, Louie and Flynn Ross cannot wait for the season to kick off again.
Methven hot air balloon operator Graeme Church reckons the views of the Canterbury Plains, foothills and mountains at 6000 feet (1829m) are hard to beat on a good day.
Disposable nappies, food and green waste being put in recycling bins is causing a headache for one Canterbury district council.
Sealy Street Medical Centre has been delayed moving to new premises in the Eastfield precinct because of Covid-19.
A graduation photograph taken nearly 50 years ago has sparked some happy memories for one Cantabrian.
A pedestrian has been taken to hospital in a serious condition after being hit by a car in Mid Canterbury this afternoon.
It’s been a long time between lessons for the form 3B students who started at Methven High School in 1969, but those memories will soon be rekindled at an overdue class reunion.
The goal posts are down and another successful season has been ticked off by Mid Canterbury United Football Club.
A year to the day since two Winz workers were fatally shot in Ashburton, the Alexandra mother of one of the victims says there is no closure.
This is cricket, and anything can happen. Adrian Seconi reminds himself of that as he looks ahead to the World Cup quarterfinal between New Zealand and South Africa.
Stop the presses - completely. The world's first iPad newspaper, The Daily, is prepping for launch.
No New Zealanders have died in the attacks in Mumbai which have now killed at least 100 people, but some have been caught up in the chaos and the Government here has upgraded its risk advisory.