Man facing serious charges after allegedly threatening driver with gun.
Neil Jones was more than a homeless alcoholic left at a bus stop. He was a father, a son, a brother and a friend.
Can Christchurch reinvent itself as an international testbed for green innovation? The council thinks it has made a good start.
They said justice for state abuse victims wasn't possible under the law. Sonja Cooper proved them wrong.
Doctor in a rural African village, psychiatrist, language buff and art history graduate – Pirkko Verrier Jones was a woman of varied talents.
Every anchor project should have been finished by March, but the Christchurch blueprint team stands by their plan.
Amy Vivian-Neal teaches in the disaster-stricken Japanese town of Namie, where she has noticed some similarities with her Christchurch home.
Kaikoura recovery team looks to community to tell them who the special people are who helped out after November quake.
Police will not lay charges over one Christchurch earthquake death and appear unlikely to in another.
It will take eight painstaking years, but Martin Holland thinks it's worth it to recreate the 1913 home.
Firefighters cut free a trapped motorist after a two-car crash on a rural Waimakariri road.
Proud to be a Farmer showcases farming identities with five quick questions
The Kaiapoi Cricket Club formed in club formed in 1867 and celebrates 10 years this summer.
Look after the pennies and you'll soon have enough to build a school.
Early childhood centre owner says $9000 decision over fired teacher was wrong.
Greendale and South Malvern Cricket Clubs are putting past rivalries aside in a player sharing deal to ensure the future of both clubs.
Poor weather might have been nerve racking to organisers, but Selwyn Sports Trust's Koru Games proved a genuine success.
Templeton man Greg Jones is passionate about his sport, so passionate he took up the challenge of going to Scotland to compete against the big boys of the highland games.
Southbridge Tennis Club (STC) has been firing shots over the net for more than 135 years, a new lick of court will allow the facility to pave the way for community sport in the years to come.
Pupils of West Rolleston Primary School spent wiki o te reo Māori celebrating the reo, the culture, having fun and bravely reciting their mihi to the whole school
The cause of a blaze that destroyed a helicopter hangar and a family-run fishing business shed on the West Coast is still unknown.
Crescent Creations illegally excavated 290 metres of a stream bed, blaming lack of understanding.
Emergency supplies and restricted use help ease West Coast town's water crisis.
None of the trio wore jackets nor clothing "fit for conditions" - and police were waiting on the shore.
Missing fisherman Kieran Lynch's family remain hopeful he will be found, as search postponed.