A child was airlifted to Christchurch Hospital after he suffered serious burns at a primary school camp near Amberley.
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State Highway 1 in North Canterbury has reopened after a truck rolled onto its side in high winds this morning.
Twenty vehicles involved in boy racing and anti-social driving behaviour in northern Christchurch have so far been impounded by police during Operation Tonka.
Motorists are asked to avoid travelling on State Highway 1 at Spotswood, Hurunui District following a serious crash.
Kaiapoi Brownies are tackling the job of reducing predation in their green spaces through a trapping project with the help of the Waimakariri District Council and Ryman’s Men’s Shed.
Lovers of fine wine are encouraged to head to Amberley next weekend for some free samples of North Canterbury’s finest vintages.
A Canterbury 16-year-old has smashed the world record for the most backwards handsprings, parkour-style, in a minute.
The former Queen Mary Hospital site in Hanmer Springs is now fully owned by the Hurunui District Council.
Damaging high winds the day before did little to dampen the enthusiasm of competitors in the annual North Canterbury Tug O’ War.
Two Christchurch companies have been fined $270,000 and ordered to pay $130,000 in reparation over a trailer crash that killed an Akaroa boat captain.
Police were justified in shooting a man armed with a knife and a crowbar in Kaiapoi, the Independent Police Conduct Authority has found.
It will be an action-packed Labour weekend at the Rangiora Showgrounds with adrenaline-pumping motocross, Mounted Games, equestrian and much more on offer at the Northern A&P Show.
A North Canterbury lines company says it could be several more days before all customers have power restored.
The government needs to invest in making Canterbury's rivers safer as climate change causes increased flooding, says Environment Canterbury.
A new surface will be installed on the Waimakariri Gorge Bridge as a long-term upgrade to the bridge.
A man was arrested on a drugs charge after a raid at a property in a small North Canterbury town yesterday.
Muscles will strain, arms will ache and pride will be on the line at this weekend’s Sefton School Tug-O-War competition.