Greenpeace says it will be putting up several billboards in the Selwyn district on Thursday to highlight the state of New Zealand rivers.
Nearly 20 per cent of people living in Canterbury's fastest growing district were born overseas, new census data reveals.
You can visit the International Space Station, kayak in Antarctica or tour Anne Frank's house as part of a new Canterbury library initiative.
A six-year-old Canterbury girl who went to the United States for lifesaving cancer treatment has tragically died.
A Canterbury district had the highest population and economic growth in New Zealand over the past 10 years, new data reveals.
Canterbury police are investigating after multiple parents at a school in Rolleston received an email telling them to keep their kids at home - because "you Asians are virus spreaders".
The Selwyn District Council has welcomed the announcement of major Government funding for improvements to the district's roads.
Selwyn MP Amy Adams has slammed Environment Canterbury over its handling of a resource consent to expand a Canterbury waste treatment plant.
Hundreds of residents wanting to stop the expansion of a waste treatment plant in Canterbury met to raise their concerns last night.
A driver was trapped in a vehicle after crashing into a power pole in the Selwyn district on Wednesday afternoon.
Angela Jones is disappointed health authorities do not regard the expansion of a Canterbury waste treatment plant near her family's home to be a problem.
A Canterbury township's water supply will continue to be chlorinated for at least another two weeks.
Canterbury residents have provided hundreds of fabric pouches, nests, mittens and other items to help animals injured and orphaned by the Australian bush fires.
The Rolleston Rugby League Nines tournament kicks off on Saturday - with officials and players set to be the first to use the brand new $1.4 million changing rooms at Foster Park.
The long-awaited decision on an application to open a controversial quarry on the outskirts of Christchurch could be made next month.
The Canterbury District Health Board has issued a health warning after potentially toxic blue-green algae was found in the Selwyn/Waikirikiri River.