Covid-19 has not stopped a Canterbury council planning a 700 percent increase in the annual licence fee for its Selwyn Huts settlement.
The Selwyn district's draft Annual Plan will go out for public consultation in April even though NZ will still be in lockdown.
Staff at Alliance Group’s Pukeuri plant say they feel like "cannon fodder" as they continue to work amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Keeping children to a routine is essential to surviving the next four weeks, Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Canterbury manager Ellie Le Gros says.
Camaraderie was to the fore at the South Island Regatta for International One Metre Yachts, hosted by the Pegasus Radio Sailing Club at Lake Pegasus last weekend.
A Pegasus couple say it is only a matter of time before someone is killed at the roundabout entry to their town.
Dragon boat racing may be a new sport at Oxford Area School, but students are already enjoying some success.
‘‘What are those?’’ asks West Eyreton School’s deputy principal Lisa Duff, as she points to the mural behind a stunning display garden in the school’s playground.
The wetland stormwater drainage reserve next to a key entry point to Rangiora will be developed into a community space.
The decision to install traffic signals on the road crossing outside Woodend School will improve safety, the school’s road patrol students say.
The community is rallying to support Kaiapoi High School, following news of a “probable” coronavirus case at the school.
Police have named the man who was killed in a crash in Oamaru following a report of dangerous driving in the area at the weekend.
Three fire crews spent more than two hours battling a large hedge fire south of Christchurch this morning.
The uncertainty around the Covid-19 pandemic is adding yet another headache for some Canterbury farmers.
Several community events in Selwyn have been postponed due to Covid-19 lockdown, which begins at 11.59pm tomorrow.
A Canterbury high school has asked all students and staff to go into immediate isolation after a coronavirus scare.