12 min ago Trees have blocked roads, caused fires and cancelled flights in the South Island.
5:20 PM Surgery left her bowels in a mess, now she's facing a massive bill for car modifications.
5:16 PM She stole more than $20k from her 94-year-old victim. An offer to repay at $20 a week didn't go down well.
5:14 PM A man is seriously injured after being trapped under a tree in Christchurch.
5:04 PM Police will speak to the mother of the two brothers killed after she posted a video of her doing a burnout.
4:22 PM Car dealer facing $450,000 of dishonesty charges cried in court as he told a Judge he would go bankrupt if made to pay back legal bills.
4:06 PM Cops call for help from abroad as they investigate huge cyber theft of cryptocurrency from Christchurch firm.
OPINION: With its soft response to a sex abuse complaint, Law Society Standards Committee is opening the door for more such incidents.
OPINION: Prime minister's awkwardly timed visit sought assurances Britain cannot possible offer.
OPINION: Well now, here's a first. The Bible just made me laugh.
OPINION: Wellbeing is shaping up to be the political buzzword of the year.
OPINION: If we're serious about keeping national parks safe for native species, we need to draw a line in the sand.
Things go from bad to worse for the Black Caps.
Brendon McCullum will play alongside Richie McCaw and Kieran Read after late move by Sir Graham Henry.
Leeston-Southbridge strolled to top spot in country cricket's T20 competition with two dominant displays over the weekend.
Prolific run scorer, commentator, librarian, there's not much Frankie Mackay can't do. Is she finally ready for an overdue White Ferns spot?
Nine-time Coast to Coast winner to jump back in kayak again for Red Bull Defiance event.
A charity helping kids through their long-necked mascot is raising funds to reach more Canterbury children.
If Ross Bush had survived the February 2011 quake he would have entered the Run to Remember himself, but his four daughters now plan to walk it in his honour.
Cantabrians are urged to start training for a 10k run or walk held in the Port Hills in February to remember those who died in the 2011 earthquake.
Nearly 3000 schoolkids dressed up and fought their way through a Christchurch obstacle course for fun.