The $10,000 reward for anyone who finds an elusive South Island kōkako is still unclaimed - in spite of several unconfirmed sightings in Canterbury.
Canterbury farms will open up their gates on Sunday so city-dwellers can see where their food comes from.
Oamaru's Criterion Hotel will reopen and "continue to run as a hotel", but exactly when that will happen continues to be kept under wraps.
The construction of a new $14.7 million integrated health hub in one of Canterbury's fastest growing towns will start next month.
Oxford farmer Ken Turpin was happy to be wearing his coat at the Sheffield Ewe Fair earlier this month.
Contractors undertaking the revamp of Ashburton’s central business district say they are working hard to keep disruption to businesses and workplaces to a minimum.
A unique, moving memorial honouring the 1.5 million children killed during the Holocaust, and serving as a reminder to stand up to discrimination, has opened at the Ashburton Museum.
Zonta Club of Ashburton is hosting former Gloriavale member Lilia Tarawa at its annual women’s day breakfast on March 14 and the event is already a sell-out.
Methven hospitality business owners have met with local MPs to discuss difficulties getting migrant staff over summer.
A new journey has begun for Michael and Mary-Jo Holdaway, with the couple now sharing ministry duties in the Anglican parishes in Rakaia and Methven.
Nearly 100 people have made submissions on the Ashburton District Council’s proposal to change some speed limits around the district.
Tony Adams once shared lunch with 24 dolphins at Kaikoura. He and wife Diane pulled up at the beach, slid back the door of their camper van and marvelled at the sight while they ate.
Mid Canterbury hunters are standing alongside farmers and sport shooters to oppose a second wave of gun law changes.
The Ashburton Art Gallery is still punching above its weight in the art world, with international, national and local exhibitions seen in galleries with much bigger budgets.
A technology upgrade of almost $100,000 will bring the Ashburton Trust Event Centre into modern digital times ... despite the facility being only 12 years old.
Monday’s prelims day at Ashburton College was mostly about dressing up, having fun and supporting house colours.
The Ashburton District Council has been asked for $43,394 to help set up a Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) in the town.
Businessman Greg Donaldson wants your green waste, trimmings, clippings, untreated demo timber and cardboard, and if he gets enough of it, he plans to invest big money into expanding the biomass...