An old New Zealand air traffic control tower, affectionately known as "Arnold" and now turned into a residential home, has sold.
If you are organising the Melbourne Cup work place sweepstake don't offer firearms or sexual services as prizes.
Christchurch City Council has released a new version of its free wheelie bin app to help residents put the correct items in their red, yellow and green bins.
Christchurch City Council has warned pet and livestock owners to take extra care of their animals during Guy Fawkes next Thursday.
Hōhepa Canterbury is facing growing demand for their services and they have a waiting list of people with an intellectual disability looking for a place to call home.
A group of Canterbury University students are behind the donation of more than 1000 sanitary product packs to two Christchurch charities supporting victims of violence and sexual harm.
A number of rivers may be closed to whitebaiting on the West Coast as part of a proposal about to go to the incoming Conservation Minister.
A suburb at the base of the Port Hills tops the list of Christchurch's most sought after locations where property values have gone through the roof.
Where can the best view in NZ be found? In Canterbury of course, according to a photo competition run to highlight macular degeneration.
Christchurch historian Richard Greenaway knows a thing or two about the dead - and those corners of the city in which they now dwell.
Concerns over a lack of social housing has inspired a Christchurch church to buy back homes it sold to the city council decades ago.
Advance New Zealand gained notoriety in the lead-up to the election for pedalling misinformation and conspiracies - but it didn't stop some Christchurch voters giving them a tick.
Former Prime Minister Helen Clark has written the foreword for a new book that advocates the sale of cocaine, ecstasy and amphetamines from pharmacies.
The nation's 'First father' Clarke Gayford has tested Baby Done stars Rose Matafeo and Matthew Lewis on their parenting knowledge (or lack of).