Silver Fern Farms forced to dump effluent in Waimakariri River as treatment plant hit by flooding.
Road works which may have brought Bealey Ave to a standstill have been moved to Saturday.
A man charged over alleged stabbing released on bail after judge criticises new checks on bail addresses.
A nurse who inherited $300,000 from Cashmere neighbours she cared for is cleared of wrongdoing.
Christchurch MPs are at odds over whether Shane Jones' departure will harm its chances at this year's election. | Labour in disarray
Two-thirds of Selwyn's $415m a year spend leaves the district with Hornby Pak n Save the main benefactor.
A new library is a place for the community to meet. It needs space and good acoustics, but does it need books?
Disarray. There is no other word to describe the mess the Labour Party plunged into last night.
If the prospect of a price rise has you spluttering into your latte, here is how to keep the cost down.
Canterbury's Sophia Batchelor is living the dream, attending one of the United States' top swimming colleges.
Judge to consider Chelsea Manning's petition to legally change her name from Bradley, as she serves a 35-year sentence for passing classified information to WikiLeaks.
Company highlights the ways it is increasing its reliance on alternative power sources and sending less electronic junk to landfills.
A shrine to the Mini is taking over classic car restorer Paul Costin's garage. This man cave is a nod to the 1960s mod culture, with two full-sized minis sitting among vintage steering wheels, license plates and a khaki parka.
Dry, warm weather is forecast for Christchurch's dawn service, one of many held in Canterbury.
The tapas selection ranges far and it would be a fussy woman who didn't find a plate or three she wanted.
Family-run Mitchelli's Cafe Rinato has left Poplar Lane and taken on a much bigger space in The Tannery.
The Hat and Hair show, which started in Timaru, enters another phase in its history with a new venue - the Cardboard Cathedral in Christchurch.
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