Residents in the city's east are making their case to move the organic processing plant that has been stinking up their lives.
A man who murdered a Christchurch sex worker in a "cold-blooded" and "particularly callous and cruel" killing has failed in a last-ditch appeal to New Zealand's highest court.
Insurance giant IAG has finally agreed with the Earthquake Commission about the division of costs of claims for the Christchurch quakes.
The evacuation zones on Banks Peninsula have been re-drawn in light of new research into where flooding could occur if a tsunami hit the Canterbury coastline.
Two framed face masks signed by Jacinda Ardern and Dr Ashley Bloomfield are being auctioned off by a Canterbury Lions club.
The findings from the Royal Commission's inquiry into the Christchurch terrorist attacks are expected to be released before Christmas.
An equity investment company has bought the PWC Centre on Cashel St for $60m in one of the city's largest office building transactions, according to Savills New Zealand.
Details about a planned memorial service and free concert to mark the 10th anniversary of the deadly magnitude 6.3 Christchurch quake have been revealed.
Eels and whitebait will be wriggling across Woolston Village after being etched into new pavers to illustrate the cultural significance of the area.
The owner of one of Christchurch's most popular cafés has been accused of bullying, manipulation, and denying adequate breaks - and now the Restaurant Association is investigating.
Motorists will get their first chance to drive on Christchurch’s new $290 million northern motorway from next week.
A Christchurch community board chair says a failed attempt to remove her by Labour-aligned members was an eye-opener - and showed the influence political parties have on local government.