The man whose company was responsible for designing the CTV building that collapsed in the February 2011 earthquake killing 115 people said he faced extreme “prejudice and bias” in the wake of the tragedy.
In a world-first trial on Banks Peninsula, an uncrewed aircraft has safely flown into controlled airspace to fly among other piloted planes.
After being involved in the horse racing industry for more than 35 years, Christchurch Salvation Army chaplain Andrew McKerrow has changed tact.
Lyttelton residents want Christchurch City Council to tell them when work to reduce fire risk at a reserve will be finished.
A North Canterbury Christmas tree grower, who sells Monterey pines in Papanui and Linwood, says it has been a slow start to the festive season.
A “significant rate rise” is on the cards for Canterbury - and one cause is central Government mandates, ECan's chairperson says.
Crown prosecutors in the Angela Blackmoore murder trial have described evidence against the pair of co-accused as "overwhelming".
Three NZ women - including a Christchurch academic and mum of two - with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome have died within three months.
There were a couple of familiar faces from Canterbury - both human and canine - at a recent police drug detector dog graduation.
Motorists and pedestrians say they feel much safer since a right turning arrow was added to the traffic lights at a busy Hornby intersection. right turn
A call among senior St John staff amid the Christchurch terror attack has shown the confused and chaotic information being discussed to co-ordinate a response.
Feedback is being sought from Māori leaders on how to ensure a mana whenua voice, says Environment Canterbury chairperson Peter Scott.
The founder of Christchurch-based charity, NZ Gifts of Love and Strength, knows how long it can take to heal from the trauma of child sexual abuse.
Giant chessboard pawns now guard the entrance to the Hub Hornby shopping centre in a bid to deter ram-raiders.
Christchurch musician Neville Barrie has written a catchy tune about Sumner to celebrate the past and look forward to its future.
A Christchurch cottage surrounded by mansions, but deemed unworthy of its absolute beachfront location, has sold under the hammer for $1.675 million.