Appeal for law change to allow "pet bonds" on Christchurch rental properties ignored.
OPINION: With so little rebuilt, and free public access to the city centre, what is a rebuild tour for?
Forcing bars to close early ignores the fact that three-quarters of alcohol is bought at off-licences.
An official council report says early closing will only cut drinking by 1% and cost more to implement than it will save in health bills.
The Cera boss says there is still time to save the historic McLean's Mansion.
A Canterbury University professor says drinking alcohol needs to be compared with other life risks, like driving.
OPINION: If your old dunger can't keep up with traffic then don't drive on the motorway.
The costs of increasing the open road speed limit would outweigh any potential benefits, an transport expert says.
The diesel commodity price hike does not justify increased prices at the pump, say AA.
OPINION: If you carved off some land, you could build low-rise buildings and create pedestrian laneways.
OPINION: Thwack, thump, kerplunk: That's what it is like driving over Christchurch's rollercoaster roads.
Bumper to bumper - it's a frustration many Cantabrians now face on central-city streets.
A controversial alcohol plan for the city has attracted more than 3000 responses. + Restaurant owner's battles
The city's fast-food outlets should be limited to help combat obesity, researchers say.
OPINION: I don't believe stadium construction should begin until our rutted roads and broken homes have been fully rehabilitated.
The public will not be consulted about the possibility of selling Red Bus and City Care. + Marryatt quits directorship
The city's new stadium will be built without a roof if the Government cannot find a private partner.
The fate of Christchurch's Town Hall will remain in the city's hands.
Submissions on Christchurch's controversial new draft local alcohol policy are pouring in.
Cantabrians are being urged to embrace quake tourism despite some becoming fed up with "rubberneckers".
Quake tourism in the central city is OK, but looking at damaged homes is not, Cantabrians say.
Online polls have offered few clues to the early favourite in Christchurch's mayoral race.
Dental experts say tooth decay among city residents is "overwhelming".
OPINION: Lots of people have a perfectly good time while out drinking and don't end up in the clink.
Patients in critical condition are stuck in traffic jams as ambulances struggle to reach ED.
OPINION: Does the recreated Christchurch really want to have a neutered nightlife? + Put public safety first
More couples are now spending time in separate rooms watching their favourite TV shows.
The Canterbury A&P Show organisers have asked the city council for free rent.
Drive almost anywhere in Christchurch lately and you'll see varying degrees of road rage.
How many of us still have landline phones and how long before they'll disappear from our homes?
OPINION: Al Nisbet's cartoons are a reminder that you can be racist without having sinister intent.
People are being advised to avoid using the city's buses today because of a union meeting.
Canterbury Cricket want the Hagley Oval development with or without 2015 World Cup matches.
Getting inked may no longer be a barrier to getting hired.
We complain if we are served burnt coffee, but what if a cafe plays music we find offensive?
Slow drivers who refuse to let others pass this long weekend will be ticketed, police warn.
Stinging smokers' pockets is helping kick the habit, say University of Canterbury researchers.
OPINION: If there is cultural stereotyping involved, maybe Al Nisbet is not the only culprit.
Are shows like the X Factor killing our music culture and harming young vocalists?