Gardening may not be everyone’s cup of tea - but for Christchurch Botanic Garden’s newest apprentice it’s a dream come true.
Age Concern Canterbury has created a new role to help people aged over 65 who have lost jobs due to Covid-19 get back into work.
Council officials who have been scrambling to fix Akaroa's water issues have vowed the town's water will be back on tap by the Easter holidays.
Volunteers at a Christchurch toy library are "disgusted" their community facility has been the target of repeated vandalism over the past two months.
More than seven decades have passed since the Opawa School class of 1949 said their final goodbyes to the place that brought them years of joy.
A far-reaching plan to safeguard the Crusaders’ financial future is reaching fruition through a ground-breaking deal.
It isn’t cheap to maintain an award-winning garden each year, particularly in Christchurch, a city teeming with fierce and passionate competitors.
Work is finally under way to make the Barrington shopping centre entrance in Christchurch safer for pedestrians and motorists.
The small kiosk that maintained a police presence in Christchurch's Cathedral Square for decades is going to the wrecking ball.
A drop-in session for the Wheels to Wings - Papanui ki Waiwhetū cycleway has been postponed due to the Covid-19 alert level change.
It was a weekend to remember for one lucky MyLotto player from Christchurch after winning $22.5 million on Saturday.
The Court Theatre is putting on two additional matinee performances of Winding Up in a bid to accommodate theatre-goers under level 2.
When July McQueen was rushed to Christchurch Women’s Hospital to give birth eight weeks early, she didn't expect to be told she would need to have the baby in another city.
An abatement notice means Christchurch City Council has until January next year to stop an offensive odour lingering beyond its controversial organics processing plant in Bromley.
Christchurch mosque attack survivor and global symbol of peace and forgiveness, Farid Ahmed, is a finalist in the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards.
Changes to the delivery of Christchurch's major projects due to Covid-19 have cost the city council about $6.5 million to date.
Four school pupils were injured after a bus ran into the back of another bus in Christchurch on Tuesday morning.