Fifteen more people a day need to board the trial 87 Southbridge-city Metro bus service to make it viable.
Minister of Tourism Stuart Nash has flagged a shake-up of visitor pricing, including on the Department of Conservation estate, as part of his game plan for the industry.
Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult promises to be "dancing in the streets" when the transtasman bubble opens, but will it be a "double-edged sword"?
The Crusaders will be used to market Christchurch and other nearby tourist destinations to fans who travel here to watch games.
Christchurch Airport says it is ready for a two-way transtasman bubble which could be in place next month.
Dyers Pass Rd will only be open to one-way traffic for some of Saturday morning due to Le Race and ongoing road works, Christchurch City Council says.
Two Christchurch-based Air New Zealand flight attendants who caught Covid-19 last year are understood to have taken employment action against a manager at the national carrier.
Air New Zealand didn't tell some staff at its Christchurch base that two cabin crew caught Covid-19 last year because one of them wanted it kept a secret.
An iconic Canterbury train station and Transzalpine stop off is finally getting the spruce up it deserves.
On Monday, Air New Zealand said it would be testing new health passports on its international services. So how do you get one and how much will they cost?
The speed limit along a section of State Highway 1 just south of Christchurch will be permanently reduced next month.
Canterbury Uni is set to open its mountain-top observatory up to the public for a stellar overnight experience.
Experience a piece of New Zealand's aviation history as you tour the South Island, aboard a Douglas DC-3.
Christchurch businessman Mike Pero's new airline plans to take bookings for flights to the Cook Islands from March, even though the company is still without a plane.
The government has collected $6.7 million in fees for managed isolation, while it's owed at least another $1.5 million from returnees' overdue payments.
Motorists caught driving in the Main North Rd bus lanes during the hours of operation could cop a $150 fine from March 1.
Shops, restaurants and tourist operations could be boarded up by the time overseas visitors return to the tourist resort.