New website offers aerial views of the derelict stadium that was once the "heart of the old city".
The city council's insurer is claiming it has advice from three independent international loss adjustment firms that quake-damaged Lancaster Park can be restored for less than $50 million.
Christchurch International Airport plants 5000 poppies outside terminal to mark Poppy Day.
Cantabrians will be treated to fine Autumn weather this weekend.
Is the $26 million proposal to change the New Zealand flag more than just "a vanity project" for the Prime Minister?
Frederick Hawthorne helped build a supermarket empire, but he lacked any airs of an emperor.
Christchurch has the most people on financial assistance for health reasons.
A family whose landlord is selling their house has taken to social media to find a buyer who will keep them on.
A shallow quake rattled parts of Christchurch on Friday.
Part of the proposed Northern Arterial motorway route from Belfast to the central city has dropped up to 1.5 metres in tests on "very poor" soil.
Eight new social housing units in Aranui were officially opened this afternoon by the Christchurch City Council.
Police station closures might see more police on the streets but is symptomatic of a much bigger problem, says the Police Association.
An emergency shipment of Australian poppies has been embraced on this side of the Tasman.
Canterbury's AOS is increasingly focusing on pre-planned operations, with less of its work involving sudden and unexpected acts of violence.
A top police officer, a diplomat and a chief executive have been honoured by the University of Canterbury.
A fraudster with a split personality says she didn't realise she'd 'done it again' when she stole $5000 from Facebook customers.
Man admits intimidation charge for trying to grab a woman through his car window.
The new Christchurch marathon route will start and finish in Cathedral Square.
It's rarely seen, can grow up to eight metres long and swims vertically but does it really bite off its own tail?
Charlotte the ewe was fond of blackboy peaches and letting chickens ride on her back. She and her lamb were attacked by dogs.
Doctors can't believe how Annie Baxter, 8, is in such good shape after being hit by car at 80kmh.
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Hurunui College students' "inspiring work" leads to release of six spotted kiwi in Nina Valley.
A lost US tramper flagged down a helicopter pilot for help in Mt Aspiring National Park.
There are signs of recovery on the West Coast, one year after it took a hammering from Cyclone Ita.
A paedophile deported from Australia to the South Island will not be live in Oxford.
A teenage learner driver who wrote of an ambulance in a crash has probably dodged most of the damage bill.
Falling light in North Canterbury sky has watchers intrigued.
John Key hails major roading upgrade for western Christchurch as an "absolute stunner" for the city.
Depressed, drunk, stoned, and sleeping under bridges, Amos Neate felt completely alone.