Dux Central opens May

Two-storey bars, courtyard in Poplar Lane

Dux Central is weeks away from opening as Christchurch's innovation precinct takes shape.
Dux Central

More rain coming

West Coast is bracing for more heavy rain only a day after a deluge flooded streets and triggered landslides.

Pool closed after swimmer dies

An elderly woman has died of a suspected heart attack at Jellie Park's sport pool.

Quake amputee's surgery success

Double-amputee Stacey Herbert's latest surgery has so far proved successful.

Truck driver dies after crash

A truck driver has died after crashing down a gully on Canterbury's Banks Peninsula.

Women urged to 'network more'

8:10pm Christchurch women were urged to "look up, look out" and network at an event in Christchurch celebrating International Women's Day.

City escapes surface flooding

Rain in Christchurch has not caused surface flooding, the city council says.

'I'm addicted to streaking'

Streaking is ‘an addiction and a habit' for Ephraim McIntyre.

Employee accused of fraud

Square submissions open

Redcliffs School puts pressure on

Redcliffs School has stepped up its pleas to be allowed back to its pre-earthquake home.

Dux Central opens May

Dux Central is weeks away from opening as Christchurch's innovation precinct takes shape.

The east to get $17m pool

A third new pool complex is being proposed for Christchurch's eastern suburbs.

Building reached a record

Rebuild workers targeted

Urgency to draft new city plan

No nonsense panel appointed to sort out Christchurch's draft plan - currently a clutter of contradictory and ambiguous rules.

What about Kiwis drivers?

Let's look hard at ourselves before we start pointing our nasty little fingers at a group who are a much smaller part of the problem.

Tactix 'short skirts' ad was wrong

Girls and young women have enough to put up with over the sexualisation of female bodies in the media.

Do we need an $11m memorial?

Michele A'Court: Men are awesome

Cecile and Nick

Finding our feet in Christchurch

Our move to New Zealand was only meant to be two to three years - now we're reconsidering.

Over 1000 expected to join anti-TPPA march

Anti TPPA lobby group It's Our Future expects a big turnout for its rally tomorrow.

Kiwi firms urged to tap into India

Economic traffic between New Zealand and India is closer to moving to the fast lane as work continues on a free-trade agreement.

Buyers move to top brands

Cap to lift on insurance disputes

Cafe left with $110k debt

The former operator of popular Wellington cafe Memphis Belle has emerged in Christchurch.

Food containers precinct kicks off

Coffee Traders is the first tenant to open at new foodie spot and Lyttelton Bakery finds a permanent home.

Bland and rather pricey

While dipping sauces bring flavour to some bland dishes, Rangoon Ruby is 'a rather pricey lesson in Burmese'.

Engineers and Merchants

Smash Palace is moving

Industrial grit with glam

Mama Hooch is the little sister to Italian restaurant Venuti just down the block.

Kieran Read makes successful return

ABs No 8 emerges unscathed from hit-out for Crusaders development side against Hurricanes counterparts.

SuperBike champs set for finish

Final two rounds of NZ SuperBike Championship to take place over the next two weeks in the North Island.

League loses Sydenham servant

Reborn Moseley nearly chucked it in for chooks

Fujita gives Japanese flavour to Crusaders camp

The Crusaders are the latest Super Rugby team to add a Japanese player to their ranks.

Good as gold

Golden Bay Travel: Collingwood turns out to be the perfect base to explore beautiful golden bay.

Cafe of the month: The Shroom Room

Two meat eaters still find plenty on the menu at this vegetarian cafe in Lyttelton.

Competitor's coastal shift

Backyard cricket

Bakermans

Best sandwiches in town

Not only did Bakermans have the best selection, but it had all the retro favourites, too.

20,000 visitors likely

An estimated 5000 people a day are expected in north Hagley Park for the national kapa haka festival.

Sol3 Mio keeps it real

Top trio talks Pavarotti, performing in rest homes and getting the jandal ahead of Chch concert.

Here's how you feed 5000 people

South Island food will be the star of a feast for 5000 people at the Te Matatini Kapa Haka festival.

Industrial grit with glam

Mama Hooch is the little sister to Italian restaurant Venuti just down the block.

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