Christchurch retirement villages and rest homes are doing their bit to keep residents positive through the lockdown.
A hedge fire close to a Selwyn property has resulted in two people being treated for smoke inhalation.
An "unprecedented demand" for flu injections in Canterbury has caused some pharmacies to run out of stock.
People in Christchurch are being told not to break the rules of lockdown to engage in "casual or anonymous sex".
The Christchurch mosque shooter has today made a shock admission that he was the lone gunman who murdered 51 Muslims at two Christchurch mosques on March 15 last year.
Police are searching for a vehicle involved in a pursuit that was abandoned north of Christchurch yesterday.
Ghost, Wolf and Fang were among more than 100 lucky animals to find their forever homes in Christchurch - just before the nationwide lockdown kicks in.
The Covid-19 contact tracing system is coming under increased pressure and scrutiny with one medical expert calling for more staffing.
A mortgage holiday repayment scheme is being welcomed by landlords, but hitting all the wrong notes with a Christchurch renter.
The Real Estate Industry and the Law Society are scrambling to find solutions for more than 800 house sales across Canterbury that have been derailed by the Covid-19 lockdown.
The real estate industry is confident the property market will weather the Covid-19 storm, even though it has ravaged markets overseas. Louis Day reports.
Teddy bears are lining the windows of Christchurch households as they take part in a global movement to brighten children's days during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Christchurch driver of a bus and trailer that crashed with 23 Chinese tourists on board near Queenstown in January is expected to be sentenced on June 2.
Three young people have been arrested after the vehicle they were in crashed during a police pursuit in Christchurch this morning.