A healthcare clinic in Hanmer Springs has been distributing material to its customers which claims the NZ Covid-19 vaccine rollout is illegal.
A man and his son have been airlifted out of a rugged valley near Mt Cook following a failed hunting trip.
A high-tech factory in Rolleston that makes panels and modular parts for houses is shaking up the construction industry - but is battling to get buy-in to its non-traditional methods.
St Joseph’s School in Ashburton has started a long-term building project with four new classrooms at the south-east corner of the grounds.
The helicopter that crashed on a Mid Canterbury golf course during a wedding photoshoot earlier this month was not the first of its kind to suffer total power loss to the engine during flight.
This week the team from Channel Nine's Today Show will take a trip to Akaroa and broadcast from Mt Hutt Ski Field.
A Waimakariri district councillor was heartened by The Warehouse’s decision to stop selling fireworks - and now wants to see them restricted to public displays only.
Significant and lasting trauma was inflicted on Mycoplasma bovis-affected farmers due to the Government’s poorly managed response to the disease outbreak, a University of Otago study has found.
A frustrated Environment Canterbury councillor says he is prepared to tackle a perceived "anti-rural" mindset at the regional council table.
Canterbury farmers who are still cleaning up after the floods earlier this month are being offered $3500.
The survivors of last weekend's horror helicopter crash during a Christchurch couple's wedding remain in hospital but are making progress.
Mid Canterbury duo Michael Templeton and Brad Hudson have joined an elite list of Zwift world champion cyclists.
Under attack by a man he thought he knew well, Oamaru police sergeant Tony Woodbridge’s thoughts turned to fellow police officer Peter Umbers, who was beaten to death with his own baton.