Car insurance premiums have gone up by 38 per cent in two years, a Consumer NZ survey shows.
One of Christchurch's last big “as is, where is” quake-damaged apartment blocks has hit the market after its owners finally settled with their insurer.
Some big changes are on the way for Gloucester St in Christchurch when a trial to make it more "people-friendly and inviting" gets under way.
Ever fancied owning the Christ Church Cathedral or Hagley Park? Now you can try your luck with the city's very own custom-themed Monopoly board game.
The Supreme Court has dismissed a Canterbury man's appeal for more compensation money after his land was damaged by rockfalls in the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.
The Rolleston Community Centre will now become a dedicated space for youth, arts, and community groups.
A builder harassed his former clients with threatening emails and even made an unfounded complaint to Immigration NZ after they asked him for their deposit back for work he didn’t complete.
The eyesore shipping containers, which have been propping up the facade of the quake-damaged Odeon Theatre on Tuam St for nearly a decade, are finally set to be removed.
Some Selwyn district councillors did not know voting on the District Plan would scuttle an appeal against a large controversial subdivision.
A $631,000 project to demolish the dilapidated Magazine Bay Marina in Lyttelton will start in September.
Christ Church Cathedral has appointed its youngest-ever dean - 37-year-old Reverend Canon Ben Truman.
The plan by Fletcher Living to convert the former Redcliffs supermarket into 22 apartments is now on hold after Christchurch City Council invited feedback from neighbours - and two objected.
It’s capable of unleashing “mega-thrust” earthquakes and tsunamis, the like of which New Zealand has never experienced in modern times.
Christchurch residents can check out Canterbury Museum's Quake City exhibition for free this weekend.
One of New Zealand’s oldest surviving malthouses on Colombo St in Christchurch will be preserved with a $72,100 heritage grant.
After years of planning, the multi-use hall at the Pūkeko Centre in Parklands has been officially opened.