The Star editor in chief Barry Clarke writes about how boys should be left to be boys after he witnessed a special celebration over the weekend.
Six weeks ago Christchurch City Council’s new chief executive Dawn Baxendale was asked if she would be using all of the ratepayer-funded $30,000 relocation expenses to move from England.
The Star editor in chief Barry Clarke looks at whether Christchurch City Council has allegedly been manipulating information to keep it away from the public.
The publicly elected new chairwoman of ECan has tripped at her first hurdle - she is not doing interviews.
Opinion: I read former mayor Garry Moore's opinion piece in the city's daily newspaper this week with interest.
Tony Trewinnard, who organised a petition opposed to the proposed siting of NPD’s new fuel stop in Amberley, says the debate has left the Amberley community stronger.
Simon Bridges has been riding a big wave this week during his relatively short time as leader of the National Party – Labour’s alleged sex assault debacle.
Sumner lends itself to having surveillance cameras at each end of the village with number plate recognition technology, says resident Jens Christensen.
The untimely death of lawyer Tim Fournier has rekindled a period of Christchurch's criminal history - the turbulent early 1990s.
I have an idea for the red zone – leave it the way it is now and let it continue to return to its natural state.