nuk redcliffs

MP's comments 'disappointing'

Wannabe Port Hills MP Nuk Korako on the fence over Redcliffs School closure.

Bylaw 'toothless'

Back in 2005, hundreds of car enthusiasts took to Colombo Street at the beginning of a weekend where the city hosted a ...

5:00 AM  Police say enforcing Christchurch's anti-cruising bylaw is near impossible.

'I've had enough'

Judge slams police "incompetence" at bus driver's sentencing for fatal crash.

Convention developers dumped

Convention centre to start in October after Government pulls plug on private sector deal.

No parole for Holdem

Man who killed Louisa Damodran, 6, in 1986 accepts he's not ready for release.

Dental surgery probed

G & E Dental, which runs four Canterbury dental clinics, investigated over staff treatment.

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Big indoor sports boost

Celebration Lions Sports Trust manager Corey Watkinson amid stacks of timber flooring for the two basketball courts in ...

6 min ago  A $5 million multi-purpose sports centre with NZ's first 200-metre full circumference running track is about to roll off the blocks.

'The stakes are very big'

Neighbour goes into bat for $50m McKenzie and Willis development, calling "knee-jerk" court action bad for city.

'Amazing' historic documents preserved

Fatal car crash victim named

The Rebuild

Big indoor sports boost

Celebration Lions Sports Trust manager Corey Watkinson amid stacks of timber flooring for the two basketball courts in ...

A $5 million multi-purpose sports centre with NZ's first 200-metre full circumference running track is about to roll off the blocks.

'The stakes are very big'

Christchurch investor and property developer Shaun Stockman.

Neighbour goes into bat for $50m McKenzie and Willis development, calling "knee-jerk" court action bad for city.

Crown goes it alone on convention centre

The new Christchurch Convention Centre design.

Work will start on Christchurch's new convention centre in October after the collapse of a Government-private sector deal.

Farm buildings to be restored

The historic Deans' farm buildings were extensively damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes.

Christchurch Boys' High seeking funds to restore a significant piece of Canterbury heritage.

Rebuilding stone by stone

The Church of the Holy Innocents at Peel Forest was damaged in the September 2010 earthquake.

 A third generation stonemason from Northern Ireland visits Mount Peel to strengthen the Church of the Holy Innocents.

Opinion

Could 'Truxit' take hold in NZ?

Leave leader Boris Johnson looks prepared for England's post-Brexit crash.

OPINION: Isolationism is the flavour of the day, from Brexit to Trump's wall.

Moko: Political capital out of tragedy

A small crowd gathered in Christchurch on Monday to seek justice for Moko Rangitoheriri.

OPINION: Three year old Moko has become a political symbol.

The power of identity

The  British royal family - their heritage is as German as bratwurst.

OPINION: Oooh, isn't Brexit interesting. It feels like the biggest shift in global politics for 70 years

Policy must strengthen Victoria St

The Christchurch City Council's local alcohol policy needs to strengthen, not neuter Victoria St, Mike Yardley says.

OPINION: The Christchurch City Council's local alcohol policy needs to strengthen, not neuter Victoria St.

Why leave the EU?

Leaving the EU was never about behaving rationally, Chris Trotter says.

Leaving the EU was never about behaving rationally, Chris Trotter says.

business

Big indoor sports boost

Celebration Lions Sports Trust manager Corey Watkinson amid stacks of timber flooring for the two basketball courts in ...

A $5 million multi-purpose sports centre with NZ's first 200-metre full circumference running track is about to roll off the blocks.

'The stakes are very big'

Christchurch investor and property developer Shaun Stockman.

Neighbour goes into bat for $50m McKenzie and Willis development, calling "knee-jerk" court action bad for city.

Politics in an age of uncertainty

Protesters gathered in Trafalgar Square, London on Tuesday to demonstrate against the EU referendum result.

OPINION: What's the bet that in a couple of months' time, the only people who care about Brexit are the Poms?

Crown goes it alone on convention centre

The new Christchurch Convention Centre design.

Work will start on Christchurch's new convention centre in October after the collapse of a Government-private sector deal.

Bic clicks into 60th year video

Bic Oceania marketing manager Laura Grufas and OfficeMax NZ general manager Kevin Obern are confident Bic's appeal will ...

Kiwis have been clicking, chewing, chucking and of course, writing with Bic pens for 60 years.

sport

Big indoor sports boost

Celebration Lions Sports Trust manager Corey Watkinson amid stacks of timber flooring for the two basketball courts in ...

A $5 million multi-purpose sports centre with NZ's first 200-metre full circumference running track is about to roll off the blocks.

Moascar Cup still secure in Nelson

Nelson College prop Teu Sami takes the short route through the Shirley BHS defence.

Nelson College aren't letting go of the Moascar Cup just yet.

McCone to add experience to CD

Canterbury bowler Ryan McCone is shifting north to Central Districts for this season.

Ryan McCone will be one of the older heads at Central Districts.

Indestructible Read rolls on

Kieran Read, pictured leading the haka, replaced Richie McCaw as All Blacks captain this year. Read played every minute ...

Fijians Nemani Nadolo and Jone Macilai join six All Blacks in the Crusaders' run-on side.

Thompson seeking finals reward

Anna Thompson shoots a goal during the Tactix first game in the competition against the Mystics in 2008.

Mainland Tactix gunning for win and a trans-Tasman netball league finals spot.

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Trying to create a better world video

Peter Whitcombe says he feels privileged to have grown up in a loving home.

Peter Whitcombe leads a team working to protect Kiwi kids but says as a dad he's far from perfect.

Mastermind semifinalist a trotting expert

Don Rae from Governors Bay is a semifinalist on Mastermind. His episode airs on July 10.

"I've got one of those odd brains that remembers useless facts ... I'd be able to rattle off sire and dam of a horse that raced 40 years ago."

The new 'flipping' craze video

Cosmo Everett-Wells (R) flips a chair in the Shirley Boys' High School music room where he and Corban Baker (L) shot ...

'Wanna flip some bottles bro?' 'Nah, let's flip some chairs instead'.

Hungarian Noir: A Tribute to Gloomy Sunday

Hungarian Noir: A Tribute to Gloomy Sunday is out now.

Review: It's not a gloomy song, but a wonderful work of poetic beauty.

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