9:38 PM Richard Neilson Brons, 68, from Amberley died after the incident on Wednesday
8:52 PM State Highway 7 has reopened after the crash near Waikari.
Subtropical air will keep temperatures warm over the long weekend, with Christchurch set to be the hottest spot in the country on Sunday.
Sausage roll lovers Kiwis might be biting into one of the country’s best roll at home without even knowing.
GRAPHIC WARNING: Christopher John Tredinnick repeatedly struck the animal at a North Canterbury farm, fracturing its eye socket and skull.
A leading fishing company is being accused of deliberately deterring Kiwi workers with a job advertisement describing "slave conditions".
A prisoner at Christchurch Men’s Prison has been placed in segregation after attacking a Corrections officer.
Hidden Customs officers watched with interest as Preston Radford got into a car carrying a plastic bag with a box inside.
A security guard at a Christchurch mall has been stood down after he was recorded shoving a young woman and throwing her to the ground.
A man has been flown to hospital by helicopter after a serious truck crash in rural Otago.
Six Dunedin City councillors will be unable to speak and vote on whether to censure a fellow councillor after he yelled at the deputy mayor.
New positive cases among the Russian and Ukrainian workers in quarantine at a Christchurch hotel brings the total number to 25.
The signing of historic agreements between Poutini Ngāi Tahu and the West Coast Regional Council paves the way for a true Treaty partnership, iwi leaders say.
Two investigations are under way in Queenstown after a blockage on a council wastewater main forced sewage to flow into Lake Wakatipu.
Annette Cuthbertson lied about her employment and being in a relationship to claim $31,700 in benefits she wasn't entitled to.
A person has been seriously injured after their vehicle went over a bank near the small seaside settlement of Aramoana.
A complaint about Anne-Marie Brady's work was made by an academic with connections to universities that have significant links to the Chinese military.
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A free tent site, $18.90 an hour and flexible hours to pick grapes. This is one of the 9000 jobs going in Otago this summer employers are struggling to get Kiwis to fill.
Three New Plymouth TSB branches will close early next year as they are “merged” with larger ones. Meanwhile, a branch will be opened in Christchurch next month.
Rowena Watson's pendants are designed to celebrate businesses on a usually popular street that has struggled with the loss of tourists this year.
Dunedin values rose almost $245,000 in five years but, unlike other parts of New Zealand, they have lost momentum since Covid-19 hit.
ACT's David Seymour has made the right calls on the right issues, Joshua Lilley believes.
Enjoy the sight of a couple of All Blacks playing provincial rugby this season one last time.
George Bower is an All Black for real this time, unlike a couple of years ago when he was paid $150 to act like one.
West Coast Rugby Union clubs have called for better sportsmanship after a heated match ended with an assault charge.
Horse trainer who won three Great Western Steeplechases in Riverton will have his funeral at the Riccarton Racecourse on Friday.
Developers of a $20 million indoor sports facility in Christchurch are seeking a $1m ratepayer loan, but the city council is recommending it grant half that.
There's plenty to do in Christchurch over Labour Weekend, from the Big Band Festival to Diwali and the Grand Mustang Show.
A bright yellow diving board with no pool is destined for the banks of Christchurch's Avon River, but not all city councillors are happy about it.
Lyttelton-based singer/songwriter Marlon Williams will hit the road in February to play 15 solo shows all over Aotearoa.
Smaller casts, shared production costs and safety plans are planned for the new season of musicals, plays and comedies at Christchurch's Court Theatre.