A community board has put a roadblock in front of plans to install an extra vehicle or bus lane along Cranford St to deal with the predicted traffic increase from the new motorway.
A year ago life was spiralling out of control for Christchurch school student Jaleel Aratuara-Collins, who says she had little to no respect for others until turning her life around.
Concerns over a lack of social housing has inspired a Christchurch church to buy back homes it sold to the city council decades ago.
The viability of a park and ride facility which could be used by motorists travelling into Christchurch from the south-west has come under scrutiny.
Where can the best view in NZ be found? In Canterbury of course, according to a photo competition run to highlight macular degeneration.
Frustrated peak hour drivers were caught in two traffic light glitches in Christchurch this morning.
Christchurch historian Richard Greenaway knows a thing or two about the dead - and those corners of the city in which they now dwell.
A violent offender who attacked good Samaritan Lucy Knight as she intervened during a bag snatch outside a supermarket in 2014 is back behind bars.
A Christchurch homeowner furious that a power line company was cutting his trees snapped and knocked a contractor to the ground.
A Christchurch mother who says her daughter was not embalmed properly is calling for a "shake-up" in the funeral industry.
A suburb at the base of the Port Hills tops the list of Christchurch's most sought after locations where property values have gone through the roof.
A park ranger living on the doorstep of Bottle Lake Forest Park in Christchurch says a spate of fires in the area is the worst he has seen in three decades.
An ex-Christchurch Girls' High board chairman has hit out at the Ministry of Education's "toxic" culture - and warned other schools to learn from their long and unfinished quake drama.
A pontoon is being floated as a possible solution to the accessibility issues experienced by ferry passengers at Diamond Harbour wharf.
There was a flurry of activity at the Christ Church Cathedral site on Thursday as work to make the building safe continues.
Christchurch's two new MP's have had a busy first week in Wellington - and are now back in the city ready to "hit the ground running".
Advance New Zealand gained notoriety in the lead-up to the election for pedalling misinformation and conspiracies - but it didn't stop some Christchurch voters giving them a tick.