The man killed in a crash involving two trucks south of Christchurch on Monday morning has been named.
As Omicron rages through workplaces around the world, what contingency plans are in place here to keep supply chains and health services running?
Some expert sleuthing has identified several Canterbury tennis players who each racked up 100 premier grade wins but never saw their names etched onto the honours board at Wilding Park - until now.
A man has died following a serious crash on State Highway 1 near Rolleston this morning. The crash took place about 7.20am on Monday at Rolleston Drive and involved a truck and a light truck. ...
A dog walker narrowly avoided injury when he almost stepped on boards full of nails in a stream at a popular Canterbury walking spot.
Destiny Church has pledged to keep holding Sunday services in Cranmer Square, in spite of moves to prevent the controversial religious organisation congregating in the central city green space.
More human remains have washed up on a North Canterbury beach, police say.
In Canterbury today last minute shopping for pre-Christmas treats filled many peoples agendas as they all sought to complete the hundred-and-one things they needed to do on Christmas Eve.
The Wizard has taken another poke at Christchurch City Council - this time over chief executive Dawn Baxendale's $18,000-plus pay rise.
An assistant starter at Addington Raceway is awaiting possible sanctions after being charged with betting on races during New Zealand Trotting Cup Day last month.
The two police officers who arrested the Christchurch mosque terrorist have spoken publicly for the first time about the events of March 15.
The two police officers who halted the mosque gunman's deadly rampage by crashing into his vehicle then arresting him have received NZ bravery awards.
Canterbury teenager Daisy Meyers' life is in limbo as she waits for her vaccine pass exemption on medical grounds to arrive.
A man has died in a crash between a tractor and a train in South Canterbury on Wednesday night.
A son of a Mongrel Mob Aotearoa boss who was shot twice during a drug-related stand-off was being hunted by police after escaping Department of Corrections staff while in hospital.
The man killed in a crash in North Canterbury on Friday night has been named.
A new swing set at Redcliffs Park has special significance - to remember Reuben Smith who tragically died from meningococcal septicemia nearly a year ago.
The Canterbury DHB area has today reached the 90 per cent fully vaccinated milestone.
Lucky the six-year-old sheep thinks he’s a dog - and loves nothing more than putting on his lead for a brisk trot with his owner.
High-profile Covid-19 modeller and Canterbury Uni mathematician, Michael Plank, opens up about life in the spotlight, advising the government, disinformation and exploring the Southern Alps.