West Coast is bracing for more heavy rain only a day after a deluge flooded streets and triggered landslides.
An elderly woman has died of a suspected heart attack at Jellie Park's sport pool.
Man accused of defrauding a construction company of more than $100,000 has been released on bail.
A truck driver has been seriously injured after crashing down a gully on Canterbury's Banks Peninsula.
Repeat streaker cops a $1500 fine, adding to his $5000 in unpaid fines from previous streaking.
Double-amputee Stacey Herbert's latest surgery has so far proved successful.
Public submissions regarding the future of Victoria Square are open, and will be for six months.
Redcliffs School has stepped up its pleas to be allowed back to its pre-earthquake home.
Car bursts into flames in Gore street
Mother and toddler escaped their car just moments before it burst into flames in a Gore street.
Two-storey bars, courtyard in Poplar Lane
Dux Central is weeks away from opening as Christchurch's innovation precinct takes shape.
Some Christchurch streets may be affected by surface flooding as a short period of heavy rainfall hits the city.
An Oxford man charged with thefts of trade tools and a trailer will stay in custody until next week before his bail application is considered.
Driver clocked at 171kmh on Wednesday was caught behind the wheel by police the following day.
A crackdown on methamphetamine saw armed police seize shotguns in raids in Christchurch and Kaiapoi.
A plan to provide emergency accommodation for Christchurch families has hit a snag after development costs trebled.
A homeowner avoided serious injury after being rescued from a burning Christchurch home.
The Government has poured $1.2 million into a new mountainbike event from Christchurch to Queenstown.
Heavy rain is expected to hit Christchurch today as an active front sweeps across the South Island.
Support sought for rowing, canoeing, kayaking facility on red-zone land in Dallington.
A Christchurch woman who lost family in a tourist driver crash says research is needed on how to make roads safer.
Kids doing 'a good job' if dog goes to sleep
A new library project aims to develop confidence among young readers with a non-judgemental audience.
Residents owe Environment Canterbury millions in interest-free loans for clean heating.
A warm-hearted couple have fostered 28 children in the last year, on top of caring for their own two kids.
Anti TPPA lobby group It's Our Future expects a big turnout for its rally tomorrow.
Christchurch's historic Isaac Theatre Royal is opening to the public for the first time since Canterbury's earthquakes.
One person has been arrested following a possible firearms incident in Christchurch.
More rumble strips, yellow lines, and keep left arrows will be installed to help foreign drivers.
Ruby Marris farewelled in Oamaru
Ruby Marris, 5, killed in a crash involving a foreign driver loved sunflowers and the movie Frozen, mourners heard today.
Oxford man remanded in custody on charges of stealing trade tools and a trailer worth $60,000.
The principal of a school with just 11 pupils will be given an extra $50,000.
Te Matatini a 'major economic' benefit
An estimated 5000 people a day are expected in north Hagley Park for the national kapa haka festival.
Terrified tourist gets out of car before a driver is clocked at 171kmh and tries to outrun police.
An interim director for the Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) has been announced ahead of the departure of current leader Warwick Isaacs.
Former teacher of a climber who died on Tasman Glacier 40 years ago remembers him as an avid tramper.
Couple injured by tourist driver say John Key should visit family of 5-year-old girl killed in crash.| 'Pink angel' farewelled
Nikki Roper, jailed for life over the 2010 murder of Alexsis Tovizi, appeals conviction.
Woman remains critically injured after being cut free from a car that smashed into a power pole.
A third new pool complex is being proposed for Christchurch's eastern suburbs.
Every dollar invested in Christchurch’s major cycleway network should give a $5 to $8 return, report says.
The student, who streaked at England-Scotland Cricket World Cup match, wants a discharge without conviction.
House moves over boundary
Tony Bennett's Sumner home is full of cracks, has moved over his boundary, and is red-zoned - but his insurer insists it can be repaired.
Make the most of this afternoon's fine weather, as rain and showers are on the way this weekend.
Christchurch woman finds the yeasty spread is rich in more than just Vitamin B with mystery addition.
Organisers served up a haakari (feast) for thousands of Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Festival-goers.
Abbey van der Plas cannot recall the number of family shoes she has lost to her foster dogs.
Port of Timaru accident reinforces calls for a national inquiry into port and maritime safety.
Inner-city residents have given Christchurch war veterans the all clear to serve drinks at their new RSA.
Cop station demo team: Reported date wrong
Demolition team says the former police station's implosion will not happen on April 18 as reported on social media.
Ad campaign for gym chain, whose slogan is 'you belong', shows fat people abducted by aliens.
An 11-year-old boy managed to break free from a man who pulled him off his bike and attacked him, police say.
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