Canterbury Hockey are refusing to reveal the identity of a representative player red-carded in a practice match.
A Dunedin woman has discovered an unlikely treasure in her charity shop couch.
When Elora Harre lost 55kg, she was left with an apron of excess skin. Strangers are helping her out.
The mother of five-year-old Leon Jayet-Cole, who died in hospital, will go on trial on a charge of failing to get him medical treatment.
Jack Murdoch, 16, arrived at St Andrew's College in style - at the controls of a helicopter.
A person was taken to hospital for smoke inhalation after arriving home to find their house full of smoke.
An ancient waterway under Oxford Tce will delay construction of steps as part of the Avon River precinct.
Blaring smoke alarms woke an elderly couple after a fire broke out in a storage room in their house.
Mid Canterbury rest home criticised following 96-year-old resident's death.
The world's glaciers are melting more quickly and those keeping track don't see a slowdown.
The planned end-of-year reopening of the Christchurch Art Gallery may have to be delayed
A Christchurch business has been fined more than $16,000 after dumping contaminated soil.
Christchurch bankrupt Dave Henderson wants out of bankruptcy but must face a court probe first.
Backpacker was asked if he could "speak English" in an attack that left him with a broken jaw.
White crosses hammered into the ground to remember workers killed in the past five years.
Jetpack flying machine company Martin Aircraft will have its flying machines produced in China.
Stables at a Greymouth racecourse were destroyed in a suspicious early morning fire.
Exploding car tyres are believed to have woken a resident who alerted their neighbours to a garage fire.
A faulty baggage loader prevents two Jetstar planes unloading all cargo.
Detectives focus on second Christchurch property as a 16-year-old appears in court accused of murder.
GRAPHIC CONTENT: Cows were beaten, had their tails broken and were shot in the kneecaps.
An elderly man was burgled in the week before he was allegedly murdered.
Snow could fall to low levels in Canterbury at the weekend, according to early weather forecasts.
Lovers of the plain white tee will be celebrating the return of AS Colour to Christchurch.
You elect them and you pay them but how are Christchurch's elected representatives performing?
A dispute between a landlord and liquidators of Relationships Aotearoa prevented patient files being handed over.
Dion Taka does not want people to forget the Battle of Baghak - the day he lost two mates.
MP says the Govt has an obligation to find out what happened to a refugee who left NZ in mysterious circumstances.
A known ''educational innovator'' has been handed the reins of the yet-to-be-opened Rolleston College.
Canterbury's top te reo Maori speakers are doing their bit in the fight to keep their language alive.