5:00am US company will gain full control of a Canterbury high country station after appeal fails.
5:00am OPINION: I have crawled under the covers and literally wept actual tears about our democracy.
5:00am ChCh Central voters are older, richer and better educated - which could affect the seat.
Canterbury farmers may be forced to pay the bulk of a $40 million a year irrigation tax.
Council asking potential contractors to look for innovative ways to reduce cost of restoration.
Putting a government together after Saturday may prove to be a more than usually difficult task.
Kathmandu's new national head offices are for sale even before they are built.
It's tricky to keep track of all the new bars and restaurants opening in Christchurch.
An innovative marketing plan has crowds returning to AMI Stadium, but the balance sheet hasn't been compromised.
Every morning, Orana Wildlife Park's carnivore keeper is greeted with hugs and loud purring by Boo and Lion, the playful cheetah cubs.
We would all like to get fitter, lose weight, drink less. Now is the time to do it, and share your journey.
Gerard Smyth, the award-winning director of When a City Falls, reveal Christchurch through the lives of everyday people living in extraordinary times.
Unique theme nights are breathing new life into the Arts Centre's Gymnasium.
Record label pays tribute to "great talent" of Peter Gutteridge, a pioneer of the Dunedin sound.
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