A new pavilion to be built at Halswell Quarry Park will include plaques dedicated to Canterbury's Korean War veterans.
Lincoln residents opposed to a controversial Carter Group plan to build 1710 homes on rural land are calling on Selwyn district councillors to reject a hearing commissioner’s recommendation.
After sitting empty for more than a decade, the doors to Christchurch's former Chief Post Office were opened to the public for the first time this week.
After six years of labour, perseverance and patience, a new community hub in South New Brighton has finally opened to the public.
A $6m project to put cycle lanes along both sides of Lincoln’s main street, along with a reduced speed zone, will not go ahead this year as planned.
A big property developer has waded into the Rolleston flyover debate, saying it is now time to look again at light rail into Christchurch.
Christchurch City Council is being sued by the owners of a badly flawed building whose engineer has been sanctioned.
A $100 million upgrade of the Pines Wastewater Treatment Plant at Rolleston will happen sooner than expected due to the district’s booming population.
A handful of projects in the Linwood area have been given the green light, meaning repairs and rebuilds can get under way this year.
Sir Edmund Hillary's New Zealand flag is set to be retrieved from the Christ Church Cathedral this week.
New mums and midwives have marched to St George's Hospital to hand-deliver a petition to save the maternity unit.
The earthquake-damaged Centennial Hall at the corner of Sparks Rd and Lyttelton St in Spreydon is being demolished.
Design engineers are investigating numerous roading configurations for Rolleston as they grapple with the perfect flyover design - which may even include an underpass.
Collapsed, vandalised and of no use to anyone - the seating along the Esplanade in Sumner is in a "poor state".
Construction workers hope to venture inside Christ Church Cathedral by Christmas for the first time since the 2011 earthquake.