Hundreds of Cantabrians turned out at the Lincoln University community day on Sunday.
Selwyn Sounds on Saturday is being hailed as the best ever in the Canterbury music festival's four-year history.
Residents living in Canterbury's fastest growing district will soon be able to nominate businesses, organisations and individuals for the Selwyn Awards.
Ratepayers may have to fork out an extra $5 a year per property to cover unplanned maintenance work at a Canterbury aquatic centre.
Brodie Grave does not think he should have to foot the bill for the repairs to his car after hitting a pothole on a notoriously bumpy Canterbury road.
Residents of a new subdivision near Christchurch are trying to stop a Countdown supermarket being built in their neighbourhood.
The construction of a new $14.7 million integrated health hub in one of Canterbury's fastest growing towns will start next month.
Environment Canterbury will review a decision to only consult a small number of neighbours over the expansion of a toxic waste plant on the outskirts of Christchurch.
Two young rural women who have a friendship with a difference will make their first public appearance together in Canterbury in a bid to change the way people in the rural sector think.
Hundreds of items made by creative Cantabrians for animals hit hard in the Australian bushfires have arrived in Perth.
Emergency services responded to a large scrub fire in Canterbury believed to have been caused by a passing train on Thursday afternoon.
Residents fighting a plan to put a hazardous waste plant in their backyard have taken their protest to Environment Canterbury's headquarters this morning.
Angry residents in the small Canterbury town of Prebbleton are now likely to take legal action to fight to have a say over an expansion of a waste processing plant.
Canterbury residents fighting to stop a toxic waste treatment plant from opening in their backyard are calling on local politicians to support them.
Opponents and supporters of a planned quarry near Christchurch will have to wait a bit longer for a decision on whether the controversial project will go ahead.
The driver and occupants of a burnt out car may have had a lucky escape after it crashed into a paddock south of Christchurch.