A 29-year-old builder has been charged with injuring two policemen after a domestic violence incident.
An annual exercise testing the "robustness" of Lyttelton Port's security systems is under way.
An investigation is under way after a man was injured in an alcohol-fuelled assault in Christchurch.
A plan to rename Christchurch's east frame development is "a waste of resources".
A drunken night out at a charity event has cost city councillor event management company chairmanship.
Canterbury is in store for another cold, but sunny winter's day, while rain on the West Coast is expected to ease.
Father of murdered Ashburton teen died still denying involvement in her death.
Helen, June and Jocelyn Bonifant would be an unlikely trio of record breakers.
This innovative bathroom invented and made in Christchurch after the quakes is taking off nationwide.
Past and present pupils were part of an official plea to keep a Christchurch school open.
A french bakery in Christchurch is transforming the humble meat pie using the pride of the south.
Earthquake repairs and motorways are the focus of road upgrades for the next three years.
A vegetation in the Selwyn district will take hours to dampen down.
Cera has pushed the deadline to demolish or remove residential red zone buildings to the end of July.
Teen admits stealing loader and driving drunk through Christchurch, but denies assault and damage charges.
House building in Christchurch continues to slow, with the number of new home approvals down 30 per cent from late last year.
City Council delays crucial northern roading project, angering its transport partners.
A driver was "very lucky" to escape injury after crashing into a cow near Christchurch.
Brad Maclachlan remains in intensive care after a helicopter crash on the West Coast.
The South Island proved the place to be to catch a rare glimpse of Pluto.
Christchurch business man Andrew Wilson says a patient portal has made going to the doctor easier.
West Coast pub patrons were so drunk they couldn't walk, were vomiting and urinated on themselves.
Mental health patient was left unconscious on his floor for almost 12 hours before dying, report says.
Carlton Bar & Eatery to open in New Regent St as hospitality continues to flourish and some retailers struggle.
Church leaders should decide what to do with cathedral and "get on with it", city councillor says.
Christchurch mum Jordan Phillips says it is unacceptable that Coca-Cola is cheaper than milk.
Convicted murderer John Frederick Ericson has lost an appeal after claiming he was being held in prison under an invalid warrant.
Ice and strong winds continue to hamper motorists, but Canterbury is in for a fine day.
"I had to choose (between) power poles, cows or trees and hedges. I chose cow and hoped for the best."
Embattled Rangiora High head is officially "on leave," but has engaged an employment lawyer.