A drop-in session for the Wheels to Wings - Papanui ki Waiwhetū cycleway has been postponed due to the Covid-19 alert level change.
Work is finally under way to make the Barrington shopping centre entrance in Christchurch safer for pedestrians and motorists.
A UK survey that rated New Zealand among the top three worst countries to drive in has been ridiculed by road safety organisations.
Changes to the delivery of Christchurch's major projects due to Covid-19 have cost the city council about $6.5 million to date.
Property Brokers has received the first formal warning in the real estate sector for not complying with anti-money laundering law.
Controversial Christchurch councillor Phil Mauger is taking a break from his vigilante ways, seeking permission to repair a damaged footpath before starting the work.
Nearly 700 university staff, including more than 40 at Canterbury University, are losing or leaving their jobs because of the financial hole caused by falling foreign enrolments.
Selwyn businesses are increasingly confident about the future, according to the latest business survey.
A young Christchurch entrepreneur has left some of the country's wealthiest investors burnt, fuming and out of pocket.
Kiwibank plans to close seven branches, including at The Palms in Christchurch, over the next year in a response to more customers moving online to do their banking.
Mayor Lianne Dalziel has defended the ratepayer-funded Christchurch Foundation after a city council-ordered review criticised the charitable trust.
As the Te Pae Christchurch Convention and Exhibition Centre nears completion, we took a sneak peek inside the complex to see how it's progressing.
The brewery company producing one of New Zealand's most iconic beers is confident no one will be ailing over a "taste issue" with a batch of Tui beer.
A Canterbury Uni engineering project has helped develop a new prototype portable battery device for the Red Cross.
Spark has announced Christchurch will be the next New Zealand city to get its 5G mobile and wireless technology, with live testing already under way.
Huge disruption from the Covid-19 pandemic had contributed to travel agent Murray Patterson’s decision to retire after 51 years in the business.