A proposed draft landscape master plan has been developed for a tapu Banks Peninsula reserve that was the scene of a massacre in 1830.
There is about a week to go until the Home & Leisure Show begins - and this year you’ll find thousands of ideas and inspiration to build that new home or renovate where you are.
Christchurch residents' associations have shrugged off confirmation of a 54 per cent rates hike over the next decade, despite one city councillor likening his colleagues to "drunken sailors at a spending orgy".
The pilot of a helicopter that crashed on a mid-Canterbury golf course earlier this month has been moved to the Burwood Spinal Unit for further treatment.
Brent and Bing Hobbs were among the 150-plus people who turned up to a Covid-19 testing station in Christchurch yesterday - and they had good reason to.
Police phone lines have been running hot in Christchurch over the past three years, with 330,480 calls made to emergency communication centre staff.
After a six-month battle against acute myeloid leukaemia, Christchurch girl Eva Sallabanks spent a year free of the disease but two months ago it returned.
A proposal to bring New Zealand’s first purpose-built youth hub to Christchurch, which was a topic of concern among central city residents last year, has been given the green light.
Photographer Rachel Jordan's husband Eric said her recovery could last three months but doctors have told him they are optimistic she will walk again.
A cyclist has been taken to Christchurch Hospital with serious injuries after colliding with a car this morning.
Christchurch couple Gen and Malcolm Long have dug deep to rescue the city's reserve and riverside tracks from weeds.
Feedback is being sought on whether the speed limits along State Highway 75 between Christchurch and Akaroa need to be adjusted.
Police officers were justified in pursuing, and using a police dog to arrest, a group of people who had stolen cars and burgled a liquor store in Christchurch.
A community initiative is replanting native trees to protect their homes from future fires on the Port Hills in Christchurch.
A psychiatrist who worked at Sunnyside Hospital in Christchurch in the 1970s says many people employed at NZ psychiatric hospitals back then often had no relevant qualifications.