A rural Canterbury road has been closed and diversions are in after an LPG tanker and a ute collided on Tuesday afternoon.
A six-year effort to build and open a supermarket in a fast-growing Canterbury town has finally finished.
New test results show several Canterbury councils have recorded high levels of nitrates in the water.
Jon Stevens of Noiseworks will be heading next year's Selwyn Sounds and he is just one of a number of iconic Kiwi artists who will be on show at the festival.
A new book shines a light on some of the South Island's most enduring mysteries from the Kaikoura Lights to a pilot who disappeared after flying his Cessna out of West Melton.
A Canterbury research company has received $290k in government funding to create protective masks for the Covid-19 pandemic response.
A Canterbury school is attempting to fill a trailer load of donated goods to give to the Christchurch City Mission.
If you take a stroll down the streets of Acland Park, Rolleston, you will find yourself surrounded by Kiwi icons.
The district council has been receiving record numbers of building consent applications since the lockdown ended.
Anne Richardson has been protecting and breeding native flora and fauna at the Isaac Conservation and Wildlife Trust in Canterbury for 28 years.
Canterbury farmers Andrew and Anna Laing admitted to being a little apprehensive about hosting their annual on-farm bull sale amid the Covid-19 restrictions.
Cattle are more predictable than people, say a pair of former police officers who are now farming in Canterbury.
Work is progressing on a new retirement village in Prebbleton while a resource consent application is about to be lodged for another.
It appears a proposal to put the brakes on a rates increase for Selwyn this year will not be going ahead.
A dope smoking hangout has been uncovered by police in Canterbury resulting in about 20 people being caught.