Catherine Chu has made another public relations gaffe in her relatively short political career.
Another step in the long running saga of a police undercover operation which led to an investigation into the harness racing industry has come and gone.
A big thing that bugs people when they go into central Christchurch is the cost of on-street car parking.
Forget the current Black Caps and Gary Stead saga, the team in absolute disarray at the moment are the All Whites.
It seems hard to fathom, but the Crusaders will play their first pre-season match tomorrow (Saturday) ahead of this year’s Super Rugby competition when they host the Hurricanes in Ashburton.
What is it with people and places? Why are we always rushing hither and thither, from point A to points B, C and D? Why aren’t we happy to stay where we are?
The Black Caps tour of Australia was the greatest example of being under prepared and overly optimistic since Gallipoli.
The Star editor in chief Barry Clarke had a personal experience with Christchurch paramedics and hospital staff on Christmas Eve.
The harness racing industry has been in the spotlight over the past 12 months, mostly for all of the wrong reasons.
So what kind of a stadium Christchurch will get has finally been unveiled.
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.