11:47 AM Two people have been struck by a car in Grahams Rd in Christchurch.
Wild weather around NZ is easing, but the country's second largest river is at levels not seen since 1999.
A prominent businessman sold his land to the Crown for an anchor project. Now he wants it back.
A motorcyclist has been flown to hospital with serious injuries after he crashed into a tree in Central Otago
After six years Christchurch's first central city homes are ready, but you'll need more than $1m to buy one.
Head of engineering firm behind collapsed CTV building might have faced disciplinary action but then he resigned.
Engineer Alan Reay did not resign from a professional organisation to avoid its disciplinary process, his lawyer says.
It's like a bankrupt golf course.
Author Laura Melville's debut novel draws on Canterbury's earthquakes, a missing person case and the challenges of raising teenage girls.
Malcolm Campbell has no children of his own but he dedicates most of his time to caring for children in need.
North Canterbury is set to host its first National Rose Show.
Kay and Philip Worthington have been acknowledged for their work teaching high school students how to handle animals safely.
Local GPs have teamed up with St John to improve after-hours care in rural North Canterbury.
Canterbury Country lost a high-scoring shootout against Canterbury A after losing two of its biggest guns on the eve of the match.
Before taking in or feeding a stray cat, get its microchip scanned in a bid to reunite it with its owner.
Funding yet to land for Lincoln University project after development plans lacked key contractual details.
Two sisters furious over plans for a cellphone tower in front of their building.
A 21-year-old man has admitted being part of a group that used a knife to rob a rural Canterbury dairy.
A flurry of tartan could be seen flocking to Hororata on Saturday as 9000 people turned out for the annual highland games.
A woman has been struck and killed by a car on State Highway 1 in Canterbury.
Man allegedly over drink-driving limit when he crashed motorcycle, causing the death of a woman during the Pike River memorial ride.
Chief coroner suggests the inquest into the Pike River mine disaster could be reopened after authorities re-enter the mine's drift.
The first time they were allowed at the mine portal, someone yelled their son's name. Others soon followed suit. Now it's a tradition.
Jayne Jamieson, 52, died during the Tribute 29 Pike River Memorial Run.
Westport will get a $20m new Buller Health Centre to replace its aging hospital.