Canterbury police need the public’s help to find William Schraa who has been reported missing from an address in Aranui.
More boulders have been put near a Christchurch pathway to help protect white-flippered penguins during their nesting season.
There is uncertainty over the yet-to-be-built Hornby mega-facility because of the $33.2 million Christchurch City Council budget blowout.
An elderly Christchurch couple are crying foul over EQC's site visit policy under Covid-19 alert level 2.
Having a "train wreck" of a building at Christchurch Hospital will be on government ministers' heads if they accept the CDHB's decision, a dissenting board member says.
Restaurant table service rules apply and it's soft drinks only as Air New Zealand's Koru Lounge reopens at Christchurch Airport on Monday.
Ngā Puna Wai Sports Hub is a step closer to becoming the new home for a planned indoor multi-court facility, but changes are needed to resolve traffic, parking and access issues.
Furniture and electronics retailer Smiths City has been placed into receivership to allow a quick sale to Polar Capital, a private investment company.
A former senior manager employed by retail chain Kathmandu has accused the company of an unfair restructure during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Black Power gang member Liam Teau Ariki Strickland plead guilty to manslaughter and reckless driving after killing an innocent pedestrian in a hit-and-run in New Brighton last year.
Sex workers in Christchurch say they are struggling to balance the privacy of their clients with the need to record contact tracing information.
Police are disappointed the number of boy racers on Canterbury roads has increased to pre-coronavirus levels since level 2 started.
A Christchurch man who was wrongly denied the benefit based on redundancy payments says he is "delighted" Work and Income has reviewed its cases and agreed to back pay him.
The Graham Condon Recreation and Sports Centre will be fully open to the public from Monday after an extensive refurbishment that started in mid-January.