A mother of two was left "shocked" after she was told by a lifeguard to move while breastfeeding her child on the side of a pool.
Waimakariri District Council's new chief executive is set to trade managing the South Island’s roads for local government.
Forward planning is essential to meet the demands of rapid growth in Woodend, Ravenswood and Pegasus, says the local community board chairwoman.
The Department of Conservation says it is making good progress investigating a report of vehicles driving through a black-billed gull nesting colony in North Canterbury.
Hundreds of native eels - some up to 60-years-old - have been rescued from a huge waterhole in North Canterbury that has dried up.
Environment Canterbury is offering another week of free travel on its new direct bus services from Waimakariri to central Christchurch.
Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that burnt through 15ha at Cass Bay in Christchurch yesterday.
Endangered native birds are at risk at a Canterbury braided river due to people recklessly driving through their nests.
It has been a summer of change for drivers, with speed limits being reduced along some state highways in Canterbury and across NZ.
Police across Canterbury will stay armed into the foreseeable future as gang tensions continue to simmer after the shooting of a high profile Mongrel Mob member.
A woman charged in relation to a gang shooting in North Canterbury has been told she's free to leave the court.
A rural Canterbury resident fears the phasing out of cheques this year is coming too fast, too soon.
Nick Latz’s family is helping raise funds for The Champion Centre in Christchurch, which they say has had an immeasurable positive impact on his life.
Two new direct bus services from Waimakariri to central Christchurch will start on Monday - and they will be free for the first two weeks.
A North Canterbury primary school has been rocked after its popular principal died suddenly over the school holidays.
Six people have lost their lives in water tragedies since January 1, including one in Canterbury, prompting water safety advocates to sound a warning.
A Rangiora woman stranded in Scotland believes the introduction of a pre-departure Covid-testing regime will simply mean more delays.
Police have released the name of the man who died following a water incident at Kaikoura on New Year's Day.