Santa Claus atop his sleigh was the highlight for those attending the Kaiapoi Toyota Santa Parade and Carnival last Saturday.
An 18-year-old learner driver had been ordered to take his non-operational car home two hours before he crashed in Rangiora while fleeing police, killing one of his passengers.
The Waikuku Beach tsunami siren was accidentally activated on Thursday afternoon, causing confusion in the small coastal village.
The Fabulous Rangiora Op Shop Fashion Show lived up to its hype, with a fun-filled event showcasing the town’s opportunity shops.
North Canterbury residents dug deep and answered the call of tooting horns and wailing sirens to donate food to the annual Toot for Tucker appeal on Tuesday night.
Pet owners are being warned to keep their dogs away from three Canterbury rivers due to toxic algae.
A North Canterbury Christmas tree grower, who sells Monterey pines in Papanui and Linwood, says it has been a slow start to the festive season.
North Canterbury food banks preparing for the big Christmas rush are hoping to get a much-needed boost from the annual Toot for Tucker appeal on Tuesday.
Crate Day revellers in 4WD vehicles and activists clashed at Canterbury's Ashley River on Saturday after endangered tarapiroe black-fronted tern eggs were broken.
Former pupils and staff came together for a special celebration to mark Kaiapoi Borough School's 150-year milestone.
The ninth annual Classic Action Motorcycle Sports Totalspan Southern Classic saw some of NZ's top riders come together in Timaru to share their passion for old school bikes.
Canterbury organisations committed to protecting vulnerable native birds nesting at the Ashley Rakahuri River have grave fears for their survival with Crate Day looming.
The Waimakariri and Hurunui district councils are continuing to process high numbers of consents for new houses, as the housing boom shows no signs on letting up.
A proposed hot pool and spa complex on Kaikōura's waterfront could be bigger than originally planned.
Canterbury mayors are backing the call for a $10.8 billion investment in local transport infrastructure.
Rangiora student Jamie-Lee Rogers was expecting her experience at Burnham Military Camp to be tough and strict with lots of people yelling in her face.