5:01 PM A policeman tried to kick in a door to save decades of All Blacks history from the flames.
Corey Neligan fears police may never charge anyone in connection with his son's death.
4:31 PM Remote West Coast school faces further setback after losing four classrooms in fire.
Lengthy approval process sees Levi's pull its offer to fund a skate park in Sumner.
Canterbury town to remember the day two killed as they worked helping the community.
Alfred Vincent is 78 and increasingly frail - but is still deemed unsafe to leave prison.
6 min ago Memorial for Lyttelton Port worker and volunteer fire brigade stalwart Brad Fletcher "bittersweet".
While most teenagers are listening to Ed Sheeran, Benedict's inspiration comes from Beethoven and Bach.
Council staff are "upset" and "shocked" by news they stand to lose their jobs under major restructure.
More than 40 disgruntled customers of a major insurer have launched a class action against it, seeking $25,000 each in damages.
OPINION: If you haven't visited the city centre recently, it is time to take a look. The vibe has changed.
Work has started on the $50 million McKenzie and Willis development in Christchurch's Innovation Precinct.
Six out of seven quake repairs by insurer IAG were found deficient in a Government investigation.
OPINION: The "great fear of socialism" that columnist Chris Trotter ascribes to NZ farmers is less pronounced than it seems.
I'm getting ready to swap my notebook for nappies and sleepless nights.
What does the volatility on world share markets this week mean for New Zealand investors? Grant Davies casts an eye over the indices.
SATIRE: I'm seeker a safer job. Perhaps farming with the comforting hum of heavy machinery and excitement of extreme weather is just the thing for me.
The opposition growing towards council plans to identify coastal hazard zones appears to be woefully misguided.
Memorial for Lyttelton Port worker and volunteer fire brigade stalwart Brad Fletcher "bittersweet".
Brierley and associate take a stake in Smiths City
Two companies associated with Sir Ron Brierley snap up a stake in struggling retailer Smiths City.
The 11 mayors of Canterbury have joined forces to set a new strategy for the region.
Christchurch Airport will have a new direct flight from Guangzhou from December
Canterbury women’s rugby coach John Sherratt has made three changes and four positional swaps to the team to face Auckland in the national women’s championship match in Auckland on Saturday.
After just one international season in existence Hagley Oval has shot up NZ Cricket’s pecking order.
Eight year old Cody Cat is looking for more wins before his career out but has a tough task in Ashburton
Australia's February cricket tour of New Zealand will feature tests in Wellington and Christchurch.
Last season's mr fix it for the Canterbury Bulls Alani Kakoi is now a key man in 2015 at hooker
Christchurch's new bus interchange filled with movement, sound and mischief as part of art festival.
It was an inspired move by former director, Ethan Stiefel, to invite outstanding young British choreographer, Liam Scartlett, to stage A Midsummer Night’s Dream for the Royal New Zealand Ballet.
The Daisy Theatre is an act of magic. The cast is comprised of inanimate objects, but they come alive.
A rock musical opening in Christchurch explores the life of Christchurch suffragette Kate Sheppard.