Though an experienced tramper Greg Ross, 63, had not been to the area for 30 years.

Tramper crawls 7 hours to safety

Man with dislocated shoulder crawls for seven hours to reach hut after a fall on solo tramp.

Location a 'mistake'

Canadian urban experimentalist Charles Montgomery says cities where people can walk and cycle help foster happiness.

Convention centres "kill street life" and should not be in a city centre, says author.

Gloriavale wants private road

The Gloriavale Christian Community wants to limit road access to its West Coast property.

Terror: 'He's killed the kids'

A terrified mum fled her home to escape her armed ex, only to hear two shots as he killed their children.

'We can't compete' as buyers stuff nation

We have a good deposit and steady incomes, but still can't buy our first home.

It was 'a stupid thing to do'

Man hauled before judge for taking photos in court for controversial Facebook page.

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Killer's criminal history not known gallery video

Edward Livingstone.

A father who killed his kids was 'friendly and smiling', hiding homicidal thoughts from his psychiatrist.

Traffic congestion on Fitzgerald Ave

Road works on Fitzgerald Ave are causing delays for motorists heading north.

Rare sea creature disappears

Justice Minister declines Ellis inquiry

The Rebuild

Is investor confidence waning in Chch?

The view across Cathedral Square is still marred by rubble, and the partially demolished BNZ building - abandoned by developers Christo Ltd.

Cracks seem to be showing in development of the central city.

Will $50 million fix it?

The city council's insurer is claiming it has advice that quake-damaged Lancaster Park can be restored for less than $50 million.

Sam Thompson's Woolston house looks fine but 'shoddy' EQC repair work is hidden within the foundations.

'Shoddy' repairs leave wonky floor

Sam Thompson regrets signing off his house repairs with a wonky floor, including a chair leg nailed in as support.

Opinion

Misguided bid to sway budget

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The first Christchurch City Council staff have started moving into the new civic building.
Furniture movers lugged items and about 18 corporate staff were inducted at the Hereford St building.
The group is the first cluster of 1200 staff who will gradually move into the new $113 million building over the next four weeks.

OPINION: The work of finding a budget that will work not be done by playing around with the kind of foolishness from the People's Choice councillors

British election shaping as a political cliffhanger

OPINION: The British general election shaping as a political cliffhanger, Mike Yardley says.

Returned servicemen march under the arch of the Bridge of Remembrance on Anzac Day 1932.

What were the Anzacs fighting for?

The First World War was a war between rival empires. The "great evil" was Imperialism. And New Zealand's sons were fighting for it – not against it.

business

Retailer Kathmandu weighs on SI index

Scott McClay, a partner at Deloitte New Zealand

A South Island index of 31 listed companies declined in the first three months of the year.

Tower ups Canty rebuild reinsurance cover

Tower has increased its Canterbury reinsurance cover for rebuild work.

Tom Thomson, president of the NZ Manufacturers and Employers Association, announces new CEO.

Dieter Adam named NZMEA chief exec

NZ Manufacturers and Exporters Association appoints new chief executive.

sport

Top dog Gee Whizz Jeanie chasing Group I glory

Gee Whizz Jeanie bounds to a comprehensive victory in his semifinal last Thursday.

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Canty boat out to show who's The Boss

A venerable Canterbury craft is still at the top of the power boat racing totem a quarter of a century after it first made waves.

Canterbury United coach Sean Devine has parted company with the club after one season.

Devine departs Dragons by 'mutual consent'

Canterbury United are seeking a new coach after ending Sean Devine's contract after just one season.

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Karen Walker's recipe for success

Karen Walker's new fragrance line has been two years in the making.

Bringing her new fragrance collection to Christchurch is a walk in the park for Karen Walker.

Revved up for Ricky

Ricky Martin rocks the stage at Vector Arena in Auckland.

Ahead of his Christchurch concert, we meet devoted Ricky Martin fans to ask them, "why?".

Banks Peninsula's luxury hideaway

The view from the Annandale homestead.

Heavenly views, fine food, luxury accommodation and a peninsula to roam is all part of the Annandale experience.

Flip Grater's special memories

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Singer-songwriter Flip Grater opens her family album.

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