If the mayor or any councillors at Christchurch City Council are reading this, it's probably going to make you feel a bit uncomfortable, writes John MacDonald.
If you think it is difficult getting from the South Island to the North Island by train, think again - it’s more than difficult.
The feathers are flying between Labour and Christopher Luxon over the leaders' debate which was to go ahead in Christchurch, writes John MacDonald.
There are bad days and then there are breaking-the-Ranfurly-Shield-in-half-and-having-a-potential-drug-scandal-on-your-hands days, writes Jamie Wall.
“I will not be selling any of these assets.” Guess who said that before last year’s council elections? None other than Phil Mauger who went on to become mayor, writes John MacDonald.
"One thing that’s clear from this sexy map is that it seems Kiwis have a bit of a thing for kink, especially in Canterbury," writes Lillie Rohan.
A Christchurch surgeon and his partner have allowed a group of homeless people to set up a makeshift camp on their prime central city section near the five-star George Hotel.
Tonnes of water being released on top of five wards full of patients in the 2011 Christchurch quake sounds like enough to wake anyone up. But a new report shows it was not.
"As a mum I was torn - sit and wait out six hours or more in the so-called 'emergency' department, or head home."
After fireworks set off a big blaze in Canterbury overnight, John MacDonald asks is it time we got rid of them?
PM Jacinda Ardern flies to Antarctica today, and her media spin doctors will be hoping for some good photo opportunities to lift the leader’s popularity. But they will be asking a lot, writes Bryce Edwards.
I was confused about what Phil Mauger's priorities actually were before the election - and since he won the Christchurch mayoralty I'm even more confused, writes John MacDonald.
The vast majority of people are not inspired by what candidates have to offer and are not convinced voting in the local body elections really matters, Bryce Edwards writes.
How much of a hero was the passerby who pulled over and intervened to stop a man who was attempting to kidnap a woman in Fendalton?
The casting controversy surrounding FBoy Island has led to scrutiny about the role a public broadcaster should play in society.
John MacDonald questions a plan to reduce the speed limit on most major Christchurch roads - including Riccarton, Colombo St South, Papanui and Ferry Rds - to 30km/h.
When it comes to housing intensification rules, the message from Christchurch is loud and clear - one size does not fit all, writes Mayor Lianne Dalziel.