Neighbours are satisfied with the conditions of the resource consent, which means Hire King will have to build fencing ...

No longer a loos-loos situation

10 min ago  It's win-win for central city businesses after a portaloo lot that drew ire is granted consent.

Cops raid city gang pad

Armed police raided the Christchurch Headhunters pad on Vickerys Rd early on Friday morning.

9:21 AM  Operation targeting the Head Hunters' Christchurch pad believed to be linked to major police investigation.

House fire puts woman in hospital

City fire crews were called to separate blazes at a house and a factory overnight.

Opinion: Let's ditch the rego fee

8:40 AM  We should pay to register drivers, not vehicles, as we can only drive one car at a time.

Sumner Road reopening delayed video

The reopening of a key coastal Christchurch road has been pushed back by at least a year.

Western Belfast Bypass opens soon

Traffic will be switched onto Christchurch's new Western Belfast Bypass from early November.

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Row over $1.3m stopbank

Flooding at the Haast Bar, north of Franz Josef, after the Waiho River burst its banks in July 2016.

A $1.3m stop bank to protect Franz Josef township is near completion despite warnings it may be "ineffective" and "unsustainable".

Pests targeted in trapping scheme video

A group is installing 140 traps across Sumner in the hope of eradicating possums and other pests.

Climate change's irreversible impact video

ORC boss loses job

The Rebuild

No longer a loos-loos situation

Neighbours are satisfied with the conditions of the resource consent, which means Hire King will have to build fencing ...

It's win-win for central Christchurch businesses after a portaloo lot that drew the ire of some is granted resource consent.

To build or not to build, that is the question

There are options to unstraighten some of the edges on the interface between residential and green space amenity, to ...

OPINION: If we are going to rebuild in the red zone, then at least we must be smart about it.

Sumner Rd reopening delayed video

Aerial photos from January show the extent of the damage to Sumner Road. This photo is looking towards Lyttelton.

The reopening of a key Christchurch road has been pushed back by at least a year due to the complexity of the work.

Cathedral Square plans challenged

Part of the draft concept for Cathedral Square.

Regenerate Christchurch has been challenged on some of its Cathedral Square ideas in a series of workshops.

All tied up in a cross lease

Michelle and David McLean's home rebuild was demolished before it could be completed.

Michelle McLean wants to warn people about cross leases after her property got stuck in a rebuild deadlock.

Opinion

Let's bin the rego fee

Motorcyclists pay much higher registration fees based on the logic that they tend to be injured more badly in accidents ...

OPINION: We should be paying to register the driver and not the vehicle – because we can only drive one car at a time.

To build or not to build, that is the question

There are options to unstraighten some of the edges on the interface between residential and green space amenity, to ...

OPINION: If we are going to rebuild in the red zone, then at least we must be smart about it.

Peters plumps for change

Winston Peters chooses Labour.

OPINION: Winston Peters brings a welcome change.

Christchurch needs more visitors

"The central city cafes we love, the emerging smart new shops in the retail precinct, and the many attractions in the ...

OPINION: Christchurch is doing well attracting visitors from within New Zealand and overseas but is still some way off regaining its pre-earthquake numbers, says ChristchurchNZ general manager marketing Rowan Worner.

Cycling in Chch, ugh

Stuff reporter Monique Steele cycles in Kyoto in Japan during their piping hot summer back in July.

OPINION: Is Christchurch ready to become a cycle city? Or rather, is Christchurch ready to join the rest of the world?

business

No longer a loos-loos situation

Neighbours are satisfied with the conditions of the resource consent, which means Hire King will have to build fencing ...

It's win-win for central Christchurch businesses after a portaloo lot that drew the ire of some is granted resource consent.

To build or not to build, that is the question

There are options to unstraighten some of the edges on the interface between residential and green space amenity, to ...

OPINION: If we are going to rebuild in the red zone, then at least we must be smart about it.

Sumner Rd reopening delayed video

Aerial photos from January show the extent of the damage to Sumner Road. This photo is looking towards Lyttelton.

The reopening of a key Christchurch road has been pushed back by at least a year due to the complexity of the work.

ORC boss loses job

Peter Bodeker's contract as the Otago Regional Council's chief executive will not be renewed.

The Otago Regional Council's chief executive is out of a job after the council decided not to renew his contract.

Racing boss turns to golf tourism

Owner of Highlands Motorsport Park and Hampton Downs, Tony Quinn.

Highlands Motorsport Park boss Tony Quinn wants to build a golf course and residential development at the back of his racetrack.

sport

No Mo'unga for Canterbury

Canterbury first-five eighth Richie Mo'unga.

Canterbury will have to make do without first-five eighth Richie Mo'unga in Saturday's Mitre 10 Cup semifinal.

'She'll be very hard to beat'

A suspension for Chris Johnson means Samantha Wynne will ride Sensei on Saturday.

He's got a job on his hands to catch the Queen of Speed but he was more than impressive last start.

Armstrong poised for F4 title

Marcus Armstrong is continuing his fine Formula Four form in Europe.

Christchurch motor racing prodigy poised to top Italian series.

Manly to play Warriors in Christchurch

The Manly Sea Eagles' Lewis Brown (L) helps tackle the Warriors' Roger Tuivasa-Sheck. The two teams will play in ...

Manly's Lewis Brown will meet his old Warriors teammates in his Christchurch hometown in June.

Keen contests likely in Canty matchplay

Tom Parker will be battling for the Canterbury Matchplay golf title.

Harewood to host Canterbury matchplay golf tournament.

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A night at the Packhorse Hut

Packhorse Hut is the reward at the end of a two-hour uphill walk. It looks out over Mt Bradley, Lyttelton Harbour and ...

Packhorse Hut - at the end of a short sharp walk up Canterbury's Kaituna Valley - comes highly recommended.

What's on in Christchurch this week

To mark its 20th anniversary, Bic Runga will perform Drive in its entirety in Christchurch on Friday night.

Bic's big bash

Pests targeted in trapping scheme video

Gabe Ross is leading the charge on invasive pests in Sumner. Through Predator Free Sumner, more than 70 traps have been ...

A group is installing 140 traps across Sumner in the hope of eradicating possums and other pests.

Exhibition a celebration of the domestic

The installation My hand is a season, is a free-standing aluminium tree with items hanging from the geometry of its ...

Why one returning artist's first solo exhibition in six years offers plenty of food for thought.

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