Leaders change their performances from first debate, and spark up over childhood poverty, housing and tax.
The council's money man believes it is time the council stopped acting as a community bank.
A new book of essays looks at the city rebuild through contemplative eyes.
The impact of the shooting yesterday of three Ashburton Work and Income office employees iwill be felt far throughout NZ.
Lyttelton Port workers were reportedly jump-starting machinery when colleague fell to death.
Terrace hospitality strip will get two new bars after plans to revive Sol Square were abandoned.
Canterbury coach Scott Robertson has brought back three of his stars for Thursday night's NPC rugby clash with Otago.
Hachi Hachi, Victoria St, is reminiscent of pre-quake Japanese eatery Wagamamas, with communal tables, served-when-ready dishes and wallet-friendly prices.
Mike Unger is shutting Victoria Ski Sport after nearly four decades in the ski business.
People from outside Christchurch can help Cantabrians to see their strange, ruined and hopeful city in new ways.
Sold-out shows and thousands of attendees have made this year's Christchurch writers festival one of the most successful yet, its organiser says.
The new bars in Stranges Lane are an island of newness amid an urban wasteland.
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