Opinion: The mood around the one-way travel bubble between the South Island and Australia is a little deflated, writes Thomas Bywater.
The southerly blast that blew through Christchurch on Wednesday is causing 6m waves in the Cook Strait, cancelling ferry sailings.
Part of a central Christchurch street has been partially blocked after a water main burst this morning, leaving a large hole in the road.
The Christchurch family that owns the Commodore Airport Hotel has bought another major hotel in the city for an undisclosed sum.
A strengthened border at Cook Strait to keep Covid-19 out of the South Island has some support among southern leaders while the drive continues to get vaccination rates up.
One of New Zealand's largest resort groups is considering options for how to accommodate unvaccinated campers in preparation for summer.
After managing the Duvauchelle Holiday Park on Banks Peninsula through the quakes and a pandemic, Kaye and Ken Bramley are hitting the road to retirement.
The debate over how to make it easier for cyclists to travel from Lyttelton to Christchurch city via the tunnel has sparked up again.
A plan to stop through-traffic and right turns at a busy Christchurch intersection has sparked a backlash from road users.
A Christchurch man who was told the estimated cost of his 10km Ola trip would be $23 to $25 ended up being charged $77.
A new 35-seater electric bus ultimately destined for Christchurch will be running up and down the hills of Dunedin for the next month in a trial.
The University of Canterbury Students’ Association has launched a petition to get support for a student bus fare discount.
Police are investigating a possible Covid-19 boundary breach after an Auckland entrepreneur and his employee left the locked-down city and flew on a chartered plane to Wānaka.
Christchurch residents can now have their say on the final section of the Nor’West Arc Cycleway, which will link Papanui to Canterbury University.
After $100,000 and 15 months in hibernation, a popular Fox Glacier hostel has thrown in the towel and is selling everything from the spa pools to newly laid carpets.
As the wait continues for MBIE's amendments to the Freedom Camping Act, some councils are going ahead with tightening their own campervan rules.
Security checks have been beefed up at Auckland Airport after two students were caught breaching lockdown rules by flying out of the city.
Reporter Katie Todd writes about her experience travelling from Christchurch to the North Island after her backcountry van trip was cut short.