Probe into Queenstown tragedy inconclusive, but victims' families want the helicopter banned.
4:27 PM Desperate Czech woman made signs in the snow during a month trapped alone in remote Routeburn Track hut.
Ministry cuts ties with Christchurch trust given $1.1m for anti-obesity programme.
Department quick to say whale encounter broke the rules, but won't say if it will charge.
Chch woman says being stalked and harassed on her way to the gym is the last straw.
4:36 PM Dean Louis hid behind a forklift while his business associate, David Hunter, fired shots.
4:00 PM A man was allegedly bashed with hammers and knuckledusters, punched and stomped during a 16-hour kidnapping by gang members and associates.
3:37 PM Italy's deadly 6.2 earthquake mirrored the 2011 Christchurch quake in several ways.
Small-town New Zealand suffering "death by a thousand cuts", economist says.
A group of Fendalton landowners received hundreds of thousands of dollars for their damaged properties after the September 2010 Christchurch earthquake.
A group of uninsured Christchurch homeowners has lost an appeal for more compensation after claiming a Government offer was unlawful.
"We're still building a 20th century city – built for the car, wide streets and no activity."
This town has attracted an odd level of disgust from outsiders. It really isn't fair, writes a resident.
OPINION: The New Zealand Wars are a foundational part of this country's history, and every person should have at least a passing knowledge of them.
OPINION: Rosemary McLeod is grateful, for limited reasons, that her mother was vain.
Land reports need to be comprehensive but they also need to be accurate and not overstate risks.
Are alpine water schemes the way to "futureproof" farming in the increasingly dry Hurunui district?
As the glow from Rio fades, decisions need to be made about funding priorities for the Tokyo Olympics.
Legal and management fees are eroding returns to Canterbury Mortgage Trust investors
Young businessman starts up tours on "Rolls-Royce of rickshaws" around Queenstown.
Milkshakes and soups will be replaced by donuts as Johnny Barr's closes.
SLI remains confident after making sweeping management changes
Its Aussie parent is struggling, but the NZ supermarket operator is still expanding.
The top White Ferns women's cricketers are welcoming a 100 per cent pay rise, but they still lag a long way behind their Australian and English counterparts, and the NZ men.
Irish prop debuts for Canterbury against Auckland last weekend, three years after starting his OE in Christchurch
Canterbury assistant coach Jason Ryan is in contention to join the Crusaders as forwards coach.
St Margaret's College have extended their remarkable record in Canterbury schools netball with their sixth title in a row.
Southland Boys' High School first XV captain Flynn Thomas says ever since he joined the schools team he has had eye on Saturday's fixture.
The story of one painting is also one of what happened when two artists met
Auckland artist believes good photography is grounded in the principles of documentary and concerned with confronting realities
What does Coca's new show Contemporary Christchurch say about the city's art scene?
If you want a drink, you have to take your own.