After a difficult year, Anton Cooper is a national mountain bike champion again.
Construction is set to get underway at Ravenswood next month.
Waimakariri is lifestyle central since the Canterbury quakes, but how does a plastics factory fit in?
Ashley is the notable absentee from the Combined Country Cup rugby competition.
The CDHB is following through with plans to expand after-hours health services in North Canterbury.
International Hockey test between New Zealand and USA women to be played on new $2m turf.
The remains of an ancient, human-sized penguin found in a Canterbury river suggest penguins waddled the earth alongside dinosaurs.
Electric fences trialled to keep seals away from quake roadworks - but they may not be enough.
Armed police stood down after reports a woman was being held against her will north of Christchurch.
A huge pile of more than 600,000 tyres near Amberley is seen as a fire risk.
Kaikoura business owners say they need it, but Government's tight-lipped about the future of its payment for quake-hit firms.
Cust School is booming in its 150th year.
The Waimakariri District Council (WDC) has approved the inclusion of design plans for a proposed indoor court in Rangiora in the 2017/2018 Annual Plan.
The Hinemoa-Kaiapoi and Rangiora hockey clubs are the oldest in the country but will call the newest turf home in 2017.
In 50 years at Customs, Ray Harper has seen changes in technology, drug busts, and human behaviour "a bit different".
North Canterbury's famous Christmas Country Fete is on the move after finding a new owner.
Over 18,000 claims for building damage and nearly 3000 for building and contents.
Concern damaged buildings near the Kaikoura earthquake epicentre are under-insured or uninsured.
Lake Pegasus has been closed due to a bloom of potentially toxic algae.
North Canterbury and Christchurch emergency services had the once in a lifetime chance of a simulated train crash on Monday night.
Three months on from the quake, there's a quiet normality in Kaikoura. But even the quiet is a sign things are not as they should be.
They searched his house and found a stolen breathalyser in his bedroom, along with 16 rounds of ammunition.
From a tree house to a glass house to a mountaintop chalet, these are a far cry from the Kiwi bach.
It is now safe to collect shellfish in North Canterbury, after a health warning in place since October was lifted on Friday.
NZTA takes "measure twice, cut once" approach to clearing highway.
Man admits punching and kicking person who tried to stop him stealing their TV.
Waipara School turns 100 this month and celebrated the milestone over Waitangi Weekend.
Donation from quake-trapped KiwiRail train to community kitchen goes from fancy foods to vegan contraceptives.
More than 1000 residents still have to boil their water three months on from quake.
Police seek witnesses after motorcyclist crashes while trying to avoid overtaking car on SH7 near Hanmer Springs.