Well-known Plunket nurse Robyn Aitken is retiring after 37 years helping Canterbury mums and babes.
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A Kaiapoi motorcyclist who died on a Pike River mine disaster memorial ride at the weekend has been remembered as an exceptional man with a heart of gold.
A doctor issued medical certificates to some patients, stating the Covid vaccine would not be suitable for them, despite having no sufficient evidence to back up the claim.
The fate of the proposed 'flyride' tourist attraction in Hanmer Springs will now not be known until next year.
Hours of hard work paid off for a group of young creative artists when their mural was unveiled at the Amberley Pool.
Three extremely rare recent sightings of native Tui at a Waimakariri coastal park are believed to be a result of the bird spreading out from Banks Peninsula.
Justine Schroder is capturing the tastes and smells of North Canterbury - and then bottling them at her boutique distillery near Kaikōura.
Canterbury business Hellers has teamed up with Bluebird to create a classic Kiwi sausage with two iconic chippy flavours: Rashuns and Burger Rings.
A tractor broke down on the Rakaia Bridge, causing major delays for State Highway 1 motorists on Friday.
Rangiora retiree Arthur Linnell, 80, has a special skill - repairing toys donated to the City Mission.
The future of the Rangiora Racecourse is looking more secure after a report recommended its closure be sidelined.
The prospect of cashless buses will cause anxiety for older residents, says the Grey Power North Canterbury president.
Kilts will swish, bagpipes will cry, cabers will turn, and the haggises will be tamed at the 12th Hororata Highland Games on Saturday, November 11.
More than $13,000 has been raised to help a 9-year-old schoolboy who suffered serious burns while on a school camp near Amberley last week.