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Aimee Hiini took her two-year old labrador to The Groynes Dog Park most days. On Wednesday, after a walk there, he died.
A former national president of the Māori Women's Welfare League and champion for Māori health has died in Christchurch Hospital surrounded by her whānau.
Two fire crews are on the scene after a large house fire in Milton this morning.
For 40 years, David Bond taught maths, coached rugby and indecently assaulted boys. His employer fielded complaints years before his offending was exposed.
Ollie and Vanessa live in a tiny home, grow their own fruit and veges and share their car, striving to live simply and reconnect with nature.
Two people are expected to face charges after police recovered the vehicle and a firearm in Ashburton - an hour's drive away.
Authorities playing pass the buck with each other has caused a major passage from North Canterbury to Christchurch to be blocked for over a week, costing businesses in the area half their profits.
Will widespread claims of mistreatment and bullying of interns within New Zealand megachurches spell the end of the age of the 'hypepriest'?
Blustering winds, pouring rain, impressive snowfall and even a tornado. That was today - and here is what's coming next.
Crusaders move to second on the Super Rugby Pacific table with resounding win over Fijian Drua.
Andrew Little says DHBs also offered health workers a roughly $2500 lump sum. His revelation is inflaming a stand-off between the Govt and frustrated workers.
The incident involved people known to each other, and there is not thought to be any risk to the wider public, police say.
Police believe a ramraid at a Christchurch convenience store is liked to two other incidents in Canterbury the same day.
The Waitaki MP, who found herself embroiled in a high-profile political "power play" in November, has announced she won't seek re-election.
8:13 AM West Coaster beaten in five games as bid for first world title foiled.
Ngahuia Freed has got her two boys on board with public transport in a mission to take charge of their own emissions.
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With Victoria Beckam and Meghan Markle among her loyal A-list customers, Jessica McCormack is one of our most successful fashion expats.
No sooner had investors ploughed $337,000 into his merino-lined jeans startup, than Felix Watkins was spending the money on a $49,000 1966 Ford Mustang.
On a warm autumn morning while the rest of the city was waking up, 30 women met at Christchurch's Hagley Park to learn from leading businesswomen.
There will be no price cap for First Home Loans, and First Home Grant caps are increased, against a backdrop of a cooling but still expensive housing market.
Two more months of fuel excise and RUC cuts, and a $350 payment for 2.1 million people are part of $1 billion package to ease the rising cost of living.
West Coaster beaten in five games as bid for first world title foiled.
Kiwi world No 1 prevails against Egyptian hometown hero in epic two-hour marathon to advance to world squash championship semifinals.
Jason Koster will bring the curtain down on his 19-year international judo career at the Commonwealth Games and he wants another medal.
All Blacks lock has worked on ways to lower his tackle height and develop processes to avoid any future 'foul play trap'.
Super Rugby try-scoring ace told Razor Robertson this was 'the game I want to play' against his fellow Fijians.
The New Zealand International Film Festival will hold its opening weekend screenings at the theatre in August, after initially snubbing the flagship venue amid funding issues.
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As a young person struggling with self harm, substance abuse and suicidal thoughts, Sammy Barker thought there was nothing else left for her in the world.
The Covid-19 pandemic has reminded Alberto Calabrese and Lucia Macedo of what's important in life: family, coffee, Italian treats and their local community.