Food banks are helping a part of the North Canterbury community they don’t normally have to support as the Covid-19 crisis continues to bite.
A former music teacher who wanted to own a cafe is living her dream as owner of Rangiora’s Soda Cafe and Bar.
Tony Todd celebrated his 73rd birthday last week by cycling 73km around Ashburton, raising more than $6800 for Hospice Mid Canterbury.
Potentially "hundreds" of historic Māori sites have been left unprotected in Marlborough's new environment plan, iwi say.
A lobster company with an export facility in Rolleston that processes 600 tonnes a year is bouncing back.
Australian tourists hoping for a ski season in the South Island are already making bookings and inquiries at hotels.
Nearly half of the sites in the first stage of a new iwi-owned industrial development in Rolleston have been sold.
Police are investigating after a stolen vehicle was set alight near a rural Canterbury intersection on Wednesday.
Plans for a Countdown supermarket in a small Canterbury township have been modified in response to feedback from the community.
The cause of a large tyre fire that caused smoke to billow across Selwyn on Sunday and Monday has been determined.
Anglers are now able to fish selected lakes and rivers in Canterbury that would normally be closed at this time of year.
Boat and beach lovers have been enjoying an element of normality this week as restrictions on recreational activities were eased.
Disposable nappies, food and green waste being put in recycling bins is causing a headache for one Canterbury district council.
Sealy Street Medical Centre has been delayed moving to new premises in the Eastfield precinct because of Covid-19.