Everyone in Christchurch has smelt the wastewater plant stench at some point and pretty much everyone is now talking about it, writes John MacDonald.
We need to seriously consider creating a Super City by merging the Christchurch, Selwyn and Waimakariri councils, writes John MacDonald.
Message to Christchurch. Just build it. Christchurch needs a stadium and it needs it now! I believe it is money that will be well spent and I assure you it will be a real asset for the city, writes Hamish Clark.
Please don't go back to the drawing board because the budget for Christchurch's new stadium has blown out again, writes Newstalk ZB Canterbury Mornings host John MacDonald.
Christchurch City Council is flying the flag on behalf of the overthinkers and the paranoid, writes Newstalk ZB host John MacDonald.
Nothing beats a great day in Christchurch near the beach - except for the stink in the air out east, writes Hamish Clark.
No one can tell me that climate change is fake news, writes Newstalk ZB Canterbury Mornings host John MacDonald.
Anne Ny writes about her father Walter Scott and the famous trotting race he and other Kiwi troops organised at Trieste, Italy, in 1944 just after the war in Europe ended.
A Christchurch resident knew the Mazda Demio was the most stolen vehicle in NZ - but she decided to roll the dice and look what happened.
Everyone loves to see the belle of the ball slip over on the dancefloor. It’s called schadenfreude - and Queenstown has been on the receiving end, writes Great Southern Television boss Philip Smith.
Opinion: For almost two years the South Island had it better than anyone else when it came to not catching Covid, writes Hamish Clark.
You’ve probably noticed, the final section of Te Ara Ihutai Christchurch Coastal is now under construction.
Until recently women were rarely shown with any hairy bits anywhere but slowly people have started to challenge what is seen as ‘normal’ - although we still have a long way to go.
It is not unusual to hear of people undertaking treks of some sort to draw attention to a cause, but Temel Atacocugu’s walk to Christchurch seems particularly poignant and significant.
It was back in August of last year that I first referenced the growing inflation risk in New Zealand and labelled it the "silent thief".