Police are using surf cameras to check for Covid-19 lockdown rule breakers as a dramatic injury demonstrates the danger of practising outdoor sports.
Christchurch retirement villages and rest homes are doing their bit to keep residents positive through the lockdown.
People in Christchurch are being told not to break the rules of lockdown to engage in "casual or anonymous sex".
Ghost, Wolf and Fang were among more than 100 lucky animals to find their forever homes in Christchurch - just before the nationwide lockdown kicks in.
There will be no changes to Christchurch City Council's kerbside collection service during the upcoming level four lockdown which begins at 11.59pm on Wednesday.
A Christchurch woman who gave her son up for adoption after she fell pregnant at 14 is calling for change to New Zealand's "outdated" adoption law.
If you are confined to your home and looking for things to do, Christchurch City Libraries has online content that can help you keep boredom at bay.
Canterbury University Emeritus professor Geoffrey Rice discusses the 1918 influenza pandemic in NZ and going into self-isolation after his son who has returned from Japan.
The coronavirus outbreak hasn't stopped some Christchurch residents from heading to their local Irish pub to celebrate St Patrick's Day.
Christchurch community leader Andrei Moore could have been one of tens of thousands of babies to grow up in a Romanian orphanage.
You may have jested the following line to your partner when they've come home purporting exhaustion from a big day at work: "Who do you think you are? The Prime Minister?"
Christchurch residents won't have to pay full price to have a relaxing soak in the New Brighton hot pools when they open in April.
Celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community's pride is not something Christchurch performer Tim Maguire thinks about all the time.
A retirement village in Christchurch has taken part in a charitable campaign to honour murdered British backpacker Grace Millane.
About 100 tributes out of the thousands laid throughout Christchurch after the mosque attacks will be cared for at Canterbury Museum.