Police responded to a two-car crash in Burwood on Tuesday morning.
Monster penguins that lived in Canterbury 62 million years ago had doppelgangers in Japan, the United States and Canada, a new study has found.
Muslim leaders are calling for an interview with the man convicted of killing 51 members of their community to be made public.
Five Christchurch teens have produced a 10-song album in 40 hours at the central city library to fundraise for the World Vision 40 Hour Famine.
New data has revealed the financial impact of the lockdown on the nation's housing market and identified the best and worst-performing regions.
A TV series about the adventures of a dinosaur called Kiri and her purple friend Lou - which is animated in a Christchurch studio - is winning hearts all over the world.
North Canterbury Fish & Game will be releasing salmon into a group of Christchurch lakes on Friday for children to catch over the upcoming school holidays.
Deconstructing the old Lancaster Park stadium has cost $2.9 million less than expected, with most of the materials getting a second life.
A multi-agency action plan to cut alcohol-related harm has started in Christchurch after an increase in drinking believed to be fuelled by Covid-19-induced anxiety.
Christchurch is aiming to become the home of health tech innovation in New Zealand with the HealthTech Supernode Challenge which opens today.
An increase in tui numbers has been noticed in Canterbury as people check their gardens for the Annual Garden Bird Survey.
A new survey of historic artefacts is likely to unearth previously undiscovered treasures at New Zealand's second oldest university, a curator says.
Janice Moss’ family was instrumental in the development of Wainoni Methodist Church – which she attended for 80 years.
A multi-million dollar upgrade will get under way next month to breathe new life into a historic but tired east Christchurch shopping village.
A call has gone out to double the funding for one of New Zealand’s most sought-after research grant programmes.
A major development planned for Lyttelton has been derailed due to the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Experts are checking for mould growth after a flood inside Christchurch's new, and so far unopened, $500 million hospital building.