Christchurch City Council will not consider a freedom camping bylaw until at least March.
Firefighters to monitor hot spots today after vintage steam train sparks major blaze in North Otago.
Anna Tutton is Christchurch's new coroner.
The first earthquake claim alleging an insurance company breached an OECD instrument on human rights has been accepted.
Despite law changes and altered expectations, the modern marriage is still subject to a honeymoon phase and the seven-year itch.
Christchurch's commercial rebuild is hitting its straps. But is a glut of top end city office space looming already?
2014 saw a record high in self-appointed opinion-shapers droning on about their pet gripes and it's only going to get worse.
The correlation between the cost of oil by-products and the carpet supply-chain isn't especially strong.
Few Kiwis want to see sugar taxed despite most seeing it as a health vice, a survey shows.
Canterbury United move up to third place in ASB Premiership with a 3-1 win over Southern United in Dunedin.
World Buskers Festival veteran Derek Flores, aka El Jaguar, says Christchurch audiences make him work hardest for laughs. This year, he'll host the festival's nightly comedy club and be set on testing our limits.
More than a thousand vehicles will feature at this weekend's Muscle Car Madness event, which is marking its 25th year.
Prize money from the Press Critics Choice award helps performers bring their shows to the world.
Aussie duo The English Gents go back to their acrobatic roots at the buskers festival.
Sam Wills is back at the buskers festival with the original version of his hit show, Boy with Tape on his Face.
Should residents do more to help maintain the city's parks and reserves?Related story: Christchurch citizens to mow parks?
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