Manchester St residents "at wit's end" as prostitutes move back to neighbourhood after road works.
Judge refuses to let brawling father and son duo serve home detention at the same address.
A man has been flown to Christchurch Hospital with moderate chest injuries after he was freed from his vehicle with the jaws of life.
'Cynical and simplistic' cartoon drew attention to important issue, The Press editor says.
The story of the Christchurch rebuild can be told in noise complaints, according to new data.
Tait Communication' impressive $35m campus project is looking to attract other Christchurch businesses onto the site.
The decision to nix the prospect of commuter rail for Canterbury is short-sighted and disappointing.
Xero's progress in the US is "pivotal" to its valuation, but it appears to be losing momentum there.
A new vegetarian eaterie has opened in Lyttelton while former city favourite Sullivans is now in Addington.
Plenty of mongrel in team led by 111kg slab of organic SA beef aiming to sink hopes of NZ glory.
The Transport for Christchurch website allows people to track real-time traffic flow information and anticipate delays by drawing on Bluetooth technology in cars and mobiles.
The Donut Boutique sets up new Riccarton store and while the central city gets an Argentinian-style polo bar and hotel.
Artist Regan Gentry today craned in the final pieces for his Wood from the Trees sculpture being installed in central Christchurch.
The Japanese fried chicken is by far the best dish of the night - cooked in crispy spicy batter, it is moist and flavoursome.
Kim Dotcom has pushed rewind on the Internet Party party after his last attempt was canned.
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