A window-smashing rampage in east Christchurch suburbs has caused thousands of dollars of damage to cars.
Health authorities want to hear from anyone who dined at a well known Christchurch restaurant on January 15 and 17 after a possible hepatitis A scare.
A fire at a Canterbury University engineering lab on Tuesday morning was likely caused by an electrical fault.
The ninth anniversary of the February 2011 earthquake will be marked with a public civic service in Christchurch.
Ninety new social housing units will be built in Christchurch by the Ōtautahi Community Housing Trust.
Public health staff will start meeting flights at Christchurch Airport from China today to look for signs of coronavirus among arriving passengers.
A passionate Canterbury rugby fan is behind a bid to raise $150,000 to bring a Chinese artist's metal sculpture of Richie McCaw to Christchurch.
Canterbury cafes, pools, vineyards and holiday parks are signing up to a scheme that aims to cut down plastic pollution by providing free water bottle refills.
About 200 anti-5G protesters turned out in Christchurch on Saturday afternoon, calling for more public consultation and a thorough examination before the new technology is used.
With the High Court resuming hearings in the first week of February, NZ Herald looks at some of the biggest trials of 2020 - including that of the man accused of the Christchurch mosque attacks.
As the saying goes - it takes a long time to grow an old friend. And for this group of ladies, friendship is everything.
A Canterbury doctor has had his licence to practice cancelled following his conviction on sex charges involving several male patients.
A motorist has managed to escape her vehicle just before it plunged into a Christchurch river on Friday morning.
A young driver led police on a pursuit in Christchurch late last night before crashing their vehicle.
Chief Ombudsman Peter Boshier says the Christchurch City Council appears to be making good progress in response to his heavily critical assessment of it last year.
Police want to hear from anyone who has seen Raymond Mosley and Sade Bachop. The pair may be in the Christchurch area and should not be approached.
A member of the public and a rescue chopper helped transport a seriously injured man to hospital after a crash near Arthur's Pass on Friday.