Several changes have been approved for Christchurch's busy Tennyson St in a bid to improve the safety of pedestrians.
A Christchurch intermediate school has opened three new classroom buildings and a state-of-the-art STEAM unit.
The first humans to enter Christ Church Cathedral since search and rescue teams went in after the 2011 earthquake have captured their experience on camera.
For Mt Pleasant environmentalist Dave Bryce, 74, one of the secrets to living a healthier, longer life is getting down in the dirt.
Funding to cover costs of security equipment in the former red zone means a Christchurch community group can get some long awaited projects under way.
A top United States diplomat who was in Christchurch when the February 2011 quake struck has signed a co-operation agreement between the NZ and US emergency management agencies.
Businesses along Jones Rd in Rolleston are forming an action group to fight the town’s proposed overbridge plans.
Concerns have been raised about the safety of Dyers Pass Rd once the major road works under way are finished.
Thieves breaking into Canterbury building sites are risking their lives for as little as a few hundred dollars of scrap metal.
The city council is proposing changes to a busy Christchurch road in response to concerns raised by Hornby High School students.
A poll has shown a majority of people think the pool temperature at Taiora QE2 in east Christchurch is too cold.
A shell-shaped award-winning chapel has been restored and moved next to the hot pools in New Brighton.
A symbolic Japanese gate once located by the main stand at Riccarton Racecourse is being moved to Halswell Quarry Park.
A business with purpose-built headquarters at Rolleston is faced with having to move if the flyover goes ahead as planned.
A Christchurch building supplies leader says some builders are days away from "hitting the wall because they just can't get materials".
Dozens of rare native species, including spiders, beetles, bees and weta, have been discovered in a wetland next to the Avon-Heathcote Estuary.
Unlike other quake-prone countries, NZ doesn't have an earthquake early warning system - so is it about time we invest in one?