New Zealand’s first purpose-built cruise ship berth was officially opened by Mayor Lianne Dalziel today in Lyttelton.
Police will investigate an altercation involving several Christchurch high school students, which resulted in one possibly having their arm broken.
Taxpayers have forked out almost $200,000 to fund the convicted murderer of a Christchurch sex worker’s failed bid for freedom, sparking outrage from a victims’ advocacy group.
A coroner's inquest into the Christchurch mosque attacks is needed to deliver sorely needed public accountability, says the Islamic Women's Council.
Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult has labelled a move by Christchurch City Council to profit from the district a "predatory activity" designed, he says, to attack the value of Queenstown Airport.
Canterbury designers took out several accolades at the 2020 ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Awards on Friday night.
Otago Muslims are not sure suppressing content from the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch mosque shootings is doing the right thing by victims.
A Christchurch father-of-two allegedly murdered at his home nearly three months ago can be named for the first time today.
Radar detectors appear to be in hot demand with a number of Christchurch residents reporting they have been stolen in brazen "smash and grabs".
A legendary Pakistani speedster has blasted NZ Cricket. Meanwhile the identity of the six Pakistan cricketers who have tested positive for Covid-19 on arrival in Christchurch have been revealed.
After nearly 20 months and numerous extensions, the high-level investigation into the Christchurch terror attack will today hand over its findings.
A deep-sea fishing company faces a struggle to crew two of its vessels docked in Lyttleton after a bid to get overseas workers' visas was denied.
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.
A family of five has been moved to a Christchurch quarantine facility after testing positive for Covid-19 in managed isolation, the Ministry of Health says.
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.