Three men are facing charges over powerline tampering and electrical thefts in Christchurch.
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The volunteers at RAD Bikes are passionate about fixing up bicycles to help people get around Christchurch.
About 20 NIWA staff stopped work in Christchurch on Thursday morning to protest for better wages, work conditions and health insurance.
There was a lot of interest at the Waimakariri boat ramp on Sunday, as a seven-year labour of love hit the water.
Christchurch City Council's annual residents survey shows a small increase in overall satisfaction on last year, despite the city's "major budget challenges" and rising rates.
Smart poles could soon be coming to a neighbourhood near you, looking to create a safer environment for people.
Christchurch city councillors voted on Tuesday to put the council’s provisional draft Long Term Plan, which includes a 13.24 per cent rate increase, out for public consultation.
The St Michael and All Angels church bell was once a big part of Christchurch's soundscape - but its belfry is now in desperate need of $80,000 in repairs.
New images have just been released showing steady progress inside the troubled Parakiore Recreation and Sport Centre.
A small Civic Memorial Ceremony was held on Thursday at the Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial, marking the 13th anniversary of the devastating earthquake that killed 185 people, and injured...
Vandals have cost Christchurch ratepayers up to $25,000 after yet another attack on the statue of Captain James Cook in Victoria Square.
A 74-year-old Canterbury granddad who has been hooked on model trains since he was a boy is re-creating his town in the ultimate model railway.