ECan have agreed to investigate commuter trains from the Waimakariri to help alleviate traffic congestion.
Driver in a high-speed run from police in a stolen car had only been out of prison for a few weeks.
Key rebuild firms are blaming the Government for the city's "painstakingly slow" recovery.
The scale of damage wreaked on West Coast's native bush and trees may not be known for weeks.
Land purchases for the performing arts precinct are on hold until the city council provides more financial detail on how the central-city anchor project will work.
A new library is a place for the community to meet. It needs space and good acoustics, but does it need books?
Of all the people in the Labour caucus, Shane Jones appeared to be one of the least likely to quit just five months before the general election.
A worker laid off as part of the Southern Cross Forest Product mill closure says more than just low log prices are to blame.
NZ Hockey boss says there is an urgent need for an international-class hockey facility in Christchurch.
Prince William, his wife and Prince Harry will take part in Anzac centenary events.
If the Heartbleed security threat teaches us anything, it's that passwords don't offer total protection.
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.
I wanted Suite 16, by local comedic duo Jon Gadsby and David McPhail, to impress me. It didn't.
A Christchurch singer will go from busking on the streets to one of the biggest performances of her career when she sings the national anthem in Gallipoli.
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.
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