A former Canterbury council manager who stole about $25,500 from her employer and a group which provides technology help to seniors has been sentenced.
More people wanted a Countdown in Lincoln than opposed it - but it hasn’t stopped an independent commissioner from turning down its resource consent bid.
A teenager who was found unresponsive in a vehicle in Rolleston in the early hours of Sunday morning has died.
Higher density housing developments could be built in Selwyn's town centres if the district council adopts the draft District Plan.
A Canterbury district has missed out on millions of dollars in Government ‘shovel ready’ projects funding.
The fight to improve road safety along State Highway 73 in a small Canterbury town has taken another step forward with a speed limit reduction from October 12.
Police considered charging organisers of the NZ marches held in June in support of the US Black Lives Matter movement because Covid-19 restrictions weren't followed.
A number of people have been arrested after more than 30 environmental activists blocked the entrance to the Bathurst coal mine in Canterbury.
Canterbury man Royce Clark has stepped in to take over the running of the Vulcan Hotel in St Bathans and is now a custodian of its famed ghost.
There was no trophy up for grabs, but Lincoln University at least secured bragging rights by ending Technical's unbeaten Christchurch premier netball season at the perfect time.
The new northbound on-ramp from Halswell Junction Rd in Christchurch is part of a $195m major roading hub on the Southern Motorway - but it is not working for some motorists.
Assaults within the NZ Army are common, according to new data revealed after a soldier sentenced to military detention in Canterbury was found to still be serving.
Cats are unlikely to need to be micro-chipped in the Selwyn district as part of a new animal control bylaw.
A soldier sentenced to military detention at Burnham for multiple assault charges is still serving in the New Zealand Army, despite him telling a court he would leave.
One of Canterbury's top golf courses has sold under the hammer for $6.6 million following the death of its former owner from Covid-19.