An attack on four alpacas in North Canterbury has left local animal management staff perplexed over whether it was carried out by a dog or a person.
A father charged with dangerous driving after his six-year-old son died in a crash now faces a new charge of manslaughter.
The prioritisation of a $15 million ‘nice-to-have’ cycleway over Woodend residents’ safety is a kick in the guts for the community, says Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey.
Lost in Thought was the champion overall image at the Rangiora Photographic Society’s portraiture competition.
A Canterbury harness racing trainer is facing an assault charge after an incident at the Kaikoura races in November.
A 14-year-old boy has been charged over a car crash that hurt seven teenagers after an abandoned police pursuit.
A small part of a stand of oaks east of Rangiora still lives on after being felled on private property to make the Rangiora-Woodend cycleway safer.
Some farming leaders and commentators are premature in celebrating changes to the freshwater legislation, says Rural Advocacy Network chairman Jamie McFadden.
A music-loving Cantabrian “born with a silver spoon in my mouth” says he is indebted to those who helped him organise concerts for more than 30 years.
Boutique Canterbury skifields are fearing for their future as new rules around snow and limiting access to State Highway 73 take effect.
A virtual Kaiapoi Art Expo has been established to replace the annual event which was cancelled because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Whale Watch Kaikōura is getting $1.5 million in rescue funding to stay afloat while New Zealand's borders are closed to international tourists.
Two people have been charged in relation to a vineyard built at Wairau Bar, an archaeological site, in Blenheim.
Construction workers at Waimakariri’s multi-use sports facility are digging deep in a bid to catch up for lost time because of the Covid-19 lockdown.
Colleen Linnell’s photograph, NZ Mantis, Orthoders novaezealandiae, has been judged the Rangiora Photographic Society’s champion image at its natural history competition.
Outdoor fires are proving to be a nuisance in one Canterbury district with almost a complaint a day to ECan in the first half of last month.
A person has been taken to hospital after a vehicle towing a caravan rolled in North Canterbury on Friday morning.