More families are fleeing NZ due to custody disputes, while a Family Court judge has been censured.
Bob Parker says he has only "a shoe-string budget" while Lianne Dalziel is not ready to talk policy.
Commuters face long delays this week as workers try to assess damage to the Ashley Bridge.
11:43am The partner of a young mum who died after falling from a car is not welcome at her funeral.
The rules around paying employees who don't make it to work during snowfall are not black and white.
One of the architects of the town hall disputes claims the building isn't worth saving.
If you don't want to have problems in the worst driving conditions, no-one is going to blame you if you just stay at home, says DAVE MOORE.
Nearly half of Kiwis now have a smartphone with mobile internet use doubling in three years.
Two of Canterbury's most promising young golfers have taken the first step towards making New Zealand teams.
Peter Dunne returns to Parliament saying he will vote against National's strike-breaking bill.
Wife can't face teacher husband during his trial for running away with schoolgirl lover.
Man who famously rapped 'I'm a business, man', leverages his popularity into a successful brand.
The team that runs the Christchurch Farmers' Market have opened their newest venture.
Venuti is the place for an Italian fix, though the team takes a broad approach.
X Factor's Moorhouse met with Sony last year but show bosses deny it breaks rules.
Film reviewer and blogger Charlie Gates hopes local cinephiles will support the Isaac Theatre Royal.
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