The way has been cleared for a community group to try and get back about $18,500 stolen by a former Selwyn District Council employee they trusted.
Canterbury teenager Maddie Collins' second transplanted kidney had to be removed on Tuesday after her body rejected it.
Work to fill a cavity in the Oamaru Creek bed and prevent more scouring of the bridge abutment is progressing ahead of schedule.
Farmers and landowners in the Canterbury high-country are being reminded to talk to Fire and Emergency NZ about their upcoming burn-off plans.
A "horror" crash in which two Oamaru teens were killed last year left two families devastated, a packed court heard yesterday.
Improvements will be made to signage on a Canterbury overbridge near the Southern Motorway due to health and safety concerns.
A Canterbury MP's Bill would require the Department of Corrections to notify schools when sex offenders are placed within their communities.
A false alarm about explosives at a property caused the evacuation of several houses in Rolleston last night.
Two Canterbury residents will appear in court after a large number of stolen farm gates were found on their property.
A Banks Peninsula Community Board member is making a bid to become the next MP for Selwyn in the upcoming General Election.
Skydiving thrillseekers Claudia Cudmore and her uncle Michael Skevington are hoping to leap out of a perfectly good helicopter. But it’s for a good cause.
A farming couple have been awarded damages of $515,250 after a High Court ruling found the effective hectarage of their North Otago property had been misrepresented when they bought it.
A Kiwi-Dutch company hoping to revolutionise space transport has today unveiled its reusable test plane that takes off from small airports around the country.
The person killed in a fatal two-car crash at a Canterbury intersection two weeks ago has been named.
Oamaru police are seeking information on the whereabouts of a 28-year-old man who has a warrant for his arrest and may be in the Christchurch area.
Pivoting unemployed Kiwis into the agriculture and primary sector won't turn former Air NZ flight attendants into dairy workers.
Road trips are a fact of life for Ashburton College students representing their school in sport, academic and cultural pursuits.