Christchurch student Katherine Rutter has achieved the rare feat of having her research published in a national scientific journal.
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Red-billed gull/tarapunga were once common around Christchurch waterways but are now at risk and declining, writes Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust manager Tanya Jenkins.
A goal of becoming self-sufficient in food and natural medicines has grown into a burgeoning business for a Banks Peninsula family.
The mayor and housing minister have opened a new community housing complex in Christchurch which features energy-efficient homes.
A historic Christchurch theatre and neighbouring properties are set to go under the hammer in August.
Old "lollipop" parking meters from a South Island city have sold like hot cakes in a fundraising move sparked by a council staff member.
An increase in tui numbers has been noticed in Canterbury as people check their gardens for the Annual Garden Bird Survey.
New data has revealed the financial impact of the lockdown on the nation's housing market and identified the best and worst-performing regions.
Another morning of sub-zero temperatures and fog greeted many lower South Island residents today, bringing with it the makings of a hoar frost in some areas.
The number of Southern Response claims is continuing to rise, dashing hopes most claims would be sorted by the middle of the 2020.
Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust manager Tanya Jenkins explains how we can all help fantails to thrive in our backyards.
House sales in Canterbury and New Zealand may be well down on the same period last year, but prices continue to rise.
A family known for their creative teddy bear displays during the lockdown will release a book next week to raise money for Christchurch foodbanks.
More than 1000 people turned out to show their support for the Riccarton Bush market over the weekend.
A unique attraction created before the lockdown is now available for visitors to enjoy at the reopened Christchurch Botanic Gardens.