Ilam MP Sarah Pallett’s efforts in lobbying the Ministry of Education to keep a safe access way between three Christchurch schools appears to have been successful.
The Children's Commissioner has intervened in the case of an autistic boy who says his school would not let him participate in regular activities and kept him in a room away from other children.
Nearly 20 years ago, Campus the cat meandered onto the Canterbury University Hall grounds, where he spent his days soaking up sun and making friends. But this week he had to be put down after a bout of ill health.
School children from the School Strike 4 Climate group were targets of the private investigation firm that was caught spying on Christchurch insurance claimants.
The new chaplain at St Margaret’s College in Christchurch has plenty of experience to call on in her new role.
A budding young Christchurch filmmaker is aiming to raise awareness about climate change through a short film on the School Strike 4 Climate.
Pupils from a Banks Peninsula school are calling for more action on climate change in a music video.
Akaroa Area School students have once again crossed the harbour in home-made rafts, replicating a journey explorer Frank Worsley once made when he was a young boy.
Work on a new skate park in Sumner should roll into gear next summer after plans for the wider village green were approved.
A pair of cricketing brothers from Christchurch have plenty of time to knock in their new bats before the new season after they were beneficiaries of an ANZ grant.
A mix of students and older climate action protesters shouted down Mayor Lianne Dalziel after her response to their demands on Friday.
New playground equipment at Halswell Domain will include a high-back swing, carousel, conga drums and a play panel.
Christchurch 10-year-old Sophie Crimp is pleased she still has her eyebrows after igniting a balloon filled with hydrogen.
NZTA has contacted Addington School after concerns were raised last week by its board of trustees chairwoman about a plan to install high occupancy vehicle lanes on Brougham St.
A private Christchurch boys' college has apologised to people who suffered historical abuse at the school.
Villa Maria College students have been getting their hands dirty cleaning up their local environment.
A community collaboration has led to the installation of new basketball hoops at a Christchurch school brimming with budding sports stars.