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India Curtis of Rollickin Gelato with a mixture of their new party ice cream, ...

Main parties may get licked video

What's your flavour? Billy Boy or Jacinda Fever?

Victim fled gunshots

Police guard a Andrew Cameron's house near Hanmer on Tuesday morning.

With a gun held to his neck, kidnap victim jumped from the car he was forced to drive.

Westport water crisis eases

7:37 PM  Emergency supplies and restricted use help ease West Coast town's water crisis.

Compo claim 'doomed to fail'

Property owner seeking more cash after being forced to give up land hits legal roadblock.

Quake complaints 'complex'

7:13 PM  Canterbury claims feature in climbing insurance ombudsman complaints.

Contracting business 'finished' video

Firm working on Christchurch Hospital's acute services building had contract cancelled with 2 days notice.

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Cycle lane stoush still sour

Keen cyclist Don Babe on Ferry Rd.

8:27 PM  City cycle lane dispute settled, but concern bike riders still at risk.

Westport water crisis eases

7:37 PM  Emergency supplies and restricted use help ease West Coast town's water crisis.

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Serious injuries in two-truck crash

The Rebuild

Quake insurance complaints 'complex'

Insurance and Financial Services Ombudsman Karen Stevens.

Canterbury claims feature in climbing insurance ombudsman complaints.

Compo claim 'doomed to fail'

Associate Greater Christchurch Regeneration Minister Nicky Wagner is confident the Crown has met its obligations in ...

Property owner seeking more cash after being forced to give up land hits legal roadblock.

Crash victim a post-quake battler

Eileen Pearce in her New Brighton home. After four years fighting for a rebuild, she settled with Tower Insurance, but ...

Eileen Pearce, 86, spent the last years of her life fighting her insurance company over her home rebuild.

Contractor dumped from project video

Grace Development 2008 Ltd's Troy Lange had a contract to work on Christchurch Hospital's new acute services building ...

A man behind a firm contracted to work on Christchurch Hospital's new acute services building says his business is "finished" after the contract was cancelled.

'Eye-watering' convention centre fees

An artist's impression of the planned Christchurch convention centre.

The amount spent on professional fees for the Christchurch convention centre is "eye-watering", an expert says.

Opinion

Kissing social justice goodbye

Bill English, right, campaigning in Lower Hutt with Simon Bridges, left, and local candidate Chris Bishop. No animals ...

OPINION: What is that grotesque practice of politicians kissing kids about, who started it, and why isn't there a law against it?

Water issues boil over

Winston Peters addresses the party faithful in Ashburton.

OPINION: Winston Peters steps into the politics of water.

Who won the final debate? video

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - SEPTEMBER 20:  Labour party leader Jacinda Ardern speaks during the TVNZ Vote 2017 2nd Leaders ...

OPINION: Jacinda Ardern looked and sounded like a woman in a fight for her political life. And she is.

English's squeeze is working video

Bill English is finally smiling, and rightly so.

OPINION: Bill English is killing NZ First and it's now clear he's making a dent in Labour too.

NZ's hidden protest vote video

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NZ First's Winston Peters in Ashburton.

The polls don't lie – or do they? Is there one party people are too afraid to admit they'll vote for?

business

Quake insurance complaints 'complex'

Insurance and Financial Services Ombudsman Karen Stevens.

Canterbury claims feature in climbing insurance ombudsman complaints.

Compo claim 'doomed to fail'

Associate Greater Christchurch Regeneration Minister Nicky Wagner is confident the Crown has met its obligations in ...

Property owner seeking more cash after being forced to give up land hits legal roadblock.

Canterbury academic highlights Chinese influence

A Chinese space research programme may pave the way for rocket launches like New Zealand's Rocket Lab.

Canterbury academic Anne-Marie Brady has focused on Shanghai Pengxin's farm near Ashburton used to launch Chinese space research.

Fears community heart will be lost

Queenstown Arts Centre coordinator Andie King said an art gallery, community groups and workshop spaces should be ...

The council says the location could provide "a combined Council office and a community heart."

Fewer commercial property deals in 2017, so far

About 80 per cent all significant commercial property deals this year have been in Auckland.

Overseas investors dominated a smaller number of deals in the first half of the year.

sport

McCaw goal sees Midlands through

Gemma McCaw scored Midlands' only goal in their quarterfinal win over Capital on Thursday.

Capital went down fighting in their National Hockey League quarterfinal, but couldn't find a way through the Midlands defence.

Jumps jockey injured

Shaun Phelan was injured when he and Joking fell at Whanganui on Thursday.

In a tough day for the jumping fraternity, top jumps jockey is injured and horse dies following steeplechase.

Highlanders land prop early

Tyrel Lomax played his first game for Tasman last weekend.

Son of former Kiwis league player will join Highlanders next year after Melbourne Rebels cut him loose.

Big names still in mix

Former Miracle Mile winner Have Faith In Me finally returned to form in Friday night's New Brighton Cup.

With seven long weeks to go, the New Zealand Trotting Cup field is already starting to take shape.

Bulls lose skipper Todd

A broken hand has ended Canterbury Bulls captain Alex Todd's rugby league season.

Injuries and unavailability force the Canterbury Bulls to ring the changes for rep rugby league clash.

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Op shop show

Home and Family's Re:purpose Runway organisers Eve Wingerath, sisters Claire and Emma Quinn and executive director Val ...

Vintage clothing lovers unite: a secondhand fashion event is coming to Christchurch.

Embracing the walk-run video

Having coffee with friends has become an acceptable activity to do in activewear.

As election week heats up, I decided to slow things down – to a Bill English inspired walk-run.

106yo still political

Nina Brown, 106, said Bill English and Jacinda Ardern were both "lovely", but would not be giving them her vote.

Nina Brown was a Greenie long before the word existed.

Unusual Pianomania ends on a high note

Freddy Kempf delivered some fine piano playing with the NZSO.

REVIEW: Mixed "satisfaction" from an unusual programme.

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