Red runners cause chaos

Drivers sick of road works making risky moves

Red-light runners are on the rise in Christchurch, with the worst intersection clocking 436 culprits in a day.
traffic jam

1 killed, 9 injured

10 people were injured or killed in four hours of motorcycle-related havoc on South Island roads.

'It's a win for women'

Women's Minister blasts bungled handling of Cera sexual harassment case.

Frame plans still in Cera hands

Authorities will not choose an apartment developer for Christchurch's green frame until March.

Summer fun run boosts morale

Summer Starter's route through diverse seaside communities helps the rest of the city understand the area's plight.

New flats for Fendalton

A Chinese company is teaming up with developers to invest $100m in city apartments.

School deciles: the big movers

Half of Christchurch's school will see decile increases but only one in 10 Auckland schools will. Check your school's details here.

Belfast house fire a 'puzzler'

Occupants able to escape without injury after their Belfast home went up in flames.

Importance of timeframes

Red runners cause chaos

Ready to go

The sultry tones of Nancy Sinatra drift out of Rehua Marae.

Tower Insurance protest

An 83-year-old pensioner has taken her fight with Tower Insurance from phone line to front line.

Carlton Butchery for sale

Four-story building with rooftop garden and pool was one of central Christchurch's first rebuilds.

Construction costs booming

CCC admits struggling to cope

Williams & Co liquidation sought

Disgruntled customer files High Court application to liquidate troubled building company Williams & Co.

Pathway to enhance city lifestyle

The proposed Christchurch coastal pathway would be a lifestyle destination as well as an accessway.

Stones having time of their lives

I reckon there is a lot to celebrate about this quartet of septuagenarians who have been doing what they do for 50 years.

SIS at fault but not partisan

Low rank for Chch a mistake

Collins faces long return

The second inquiry resulting from "Dirty Politics" allegations reported on the same day as the first and was somewhat overshadowed by it.

Ladi6 visits home

Some of the best new spots in Christchurch have been visited by hip-hop star Ladi6 on a visit to her hometown.

Repairs lead to budget blowout

Thousands of feet will pound over $52 million worth of earthquake repairs on their way to the finish line in the Summer Starter.

Summer Starter's charity push

Biking through chemo

Celebrate east with coastal run

On Sunday, more than 3000 people will run, walk, scooter and cycle the 10km or 4km coastal Summer Starter course.

Gigatown named

Dunedin wins cut-price broadband for three years in Gigatown competition.

Property CEO turns consultant

Leading retailer Mary Devine's stint as chief executive of the property firm of rich-lister Philip Carter has been short.

Jailed for $2m fraud

Battling on after partner's death

Tourism Holdings lifts profit forecast

Tourism Holdings shares rose to six-year highs after it upgraded its full-year net profit forecast by about $1 million to $16m.

Review: Jagz of Styx Mill

It's not fine dining, but it was hearty, casual dining with good flavours, some nice touches and good service.

Froyo craze sweeps city

Frozen yoghurt is the latest craze to hit Christchurch with four stores opening in the city in the last year. Abbie Napier finds out why it is so popular.

Food trucks a hit

Delicious green gold is back

Japanese favourite rises from ashes

Original @Tony's finally reopens, while funky Asian food stall gets noticed for its steamed buns.

Blizzard seeks avalanche

Canterbury Kings batting import keen to come out swinging against Auckland.

Forsyth continues march

Kiwi heads toward likely showdown with fellow unbeaten bowler at world champion of champions comp.

New Tactix assistant named

Tough match for Meredith

Hager aiming for top-five

Eliminating costly lapses critical if Black Sticks women are to compete with world's best at Champions Trophy.

Recipe: The ultimate steak dish

Wagyu steak Take the best-quality steak you can find and pair it with a French-inspired potato gratin, asparagus and red wine sauce.

'Tis the party season

What's it like to be a professional party planner? Chris Stead knows. His job is to throw ultimate parties that people never forget.

Best city brunch spots

Travel: Exploring Peel Forest

Avenues House

House: The place to be

Two brothers have converted a Beckenham house into a stylish pad for laidback living and entertaining.

Ready to go

The sultry tones of Nancy Sinatra drift out of Rehua Marae.

Pathway to enhance city lifestyle

The proposed Christchurch coastal pathway would be a lifestyle destination as well as an accessway.

Japanese favourite rises from ashes

Original @Tony's finally reopens, while funky Asian food stall gets noticed for its steamed buns.

Review: Jagz of Styx Mill

It's not fine dining, but it was hearty, casual dining with good flavours, some nice touches and good service.

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