Most homes in Christchurch have jumped in worth by more than 10 per cent since 2007.| Inner city commercial land values drop
Psychedelic drugs blamed for deaths internationally, are now causing concern in NZ.
OPINION: The council must start dredging all of our city's waterways, writes Mike Yardley.
A fuel spill left Lyttelton port workers nauseous and suffering eye and skin irritation.
Cera was absent from a community forum about its recovery role and how it will transition.
The Government's Blueprint plan to rebuild central Christchurch looks to be stalling.
People can build in flood-risk areas, but only if they do so in a way that reduces the risk of flood to an acceptable level.
Canterbury's holiday parks are among the most optimistic with demand to stay a night or more from visitors.
Danny Lee made more money in four rounds of golf this week than he did in the entire 2012 PGA Tour season.
An English "hoarder" kept his dead mother in a freezer for six months so he could keep claiming her benefits.
Telecom is moving into the "big data" market as it seeks new growth avenues to offset the decline in its fixed-line calling business.
This Riccarton restaurant brings new meaning to going out for Chinese. Its large banquet room definitely has the wow factor and its menu has more than 200 options.
Motorists warned over delays at a Linwood intersection due to broken traffic lights.
Women dig craft beer. This has probably been known to some women for quite a while.
Corner Cafe is a new business that has quietly emerged in the busy Addington Mall on the thriving, hospitality-laden Lincoln Rd in the busy Addington suburb.
The past writes the future and the future tells the past in When The Rain Stops Falling.
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