Man dead after becoming trapped under car in mall car park video

WorkSafe has been notified after the death at the Bush Inn Centre in Riccarton, Christchurch.

4 min ago  A 57-year-old man has died after being hit by a car while clearing gutters in a Christchurch mall’s car park.

Environment Canterbury sets rates rise at 12.6 per cent video

A public rally outside ECan last month, where members of the public expressed concern for Canterbury’s water.

3:42 PM  ECan has halved a proposed rates hike, but will now need to borrow millions and use its own reserves to deliver a climate action plan.

Townie on track to become first woman to win iconic farming contest video

Woods comes from an urban background but might be about to make history if she’s named Young Farmer of the Year.

3:23 PM  City-dweller Roshean Woods is aiming to break a 53-year-old glass ceiling by becoming the first woman to win the Young Farmer of the Year competition.

'Sugar daddy' truck driver faces one less charge

The man is alleged to have seen young women on the dating app Tinder, and contacted them on Instagram. (File photo)

Judge rules sex exploitation charge more appropriate for 'pimping'-type circumstances.

Man not guilty on sexual violation charges

A jury has delivered majority not guilty verdicts for an Ashburton man on two sexual violation charges in the District ...

An Ashburton man has been found not guilty in majority verdicts on two charges of sexual violation.

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Christchurch Earthquake 2011

Cantabrians still have 'a long road ahead' a decade after Christchurch earthquake video

From left are Tessa Lancaster-Gowland and her siblings Anahera, Britta, and Lennox, helping to plant a tree across from ...

Five-month-old Baxtor was one of the youngest victims of the 2011 quake. His siblings have commemorated all those who lost their lives.

Looking after traumatised young people is a legacy of the quakes, says PM video

Ardern told Stuff that she could sense optimism in Christchurch a decade on from the Canterbury earthquakes.

Jacinda Ardern 'senses optimism' in Christchurch as she visits on the tenth anniversary of the February 2011 earthquake.

The quake that bowled the White Ferns video

The White Ferns were in Cathedral Square when the 2011 Christchurch earthquake struck, and watched in terror as the ...

The White Ferns were in Christchurch on February 22, 2011, about to play the Australians in an ODI series, when disaster struck.

Quake-struck buildings, empty 10 years on video

The former Rydges hotel remains empty.

Why are so many Christchurch buildings still empty a decade after the earthquakes?

Why hundreds of heritage buildings were demolished in Christchurch post-quake video

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The Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament being demolished.

Heritage advocates claim many buildings were hastily bowled after the deadly February 2011 quake, while city leaders say safety was their priority.

North Canterbury

Environment Canterbury sets rates rise at 12.6 per cent video

A public rally outside ECan last month, where members of the public expressed concern for Canterbury’s water.

ECan has halved a proposed rates hike, but will now need to borrow millions and use its own reserves to deliver a climate action plan.

Flood-weary farmers brace for more heavy rain in Canterbury this weekend video

Chris Allen points out the damage caused by recent flooding to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. This weekend’s predicted ...

Anxious farmers in recovery mode after widespread flooding two weeks ago are keeping an eye on the skies as Canterbury braces for more heavy rain.

Okuku farmer in dire predicament after Canterbury floods video

Staven McQuillan is in shock after his farmlet was destroyed when the Okuku River broke free of its banks and formed a ...

With his land criss-crossed in tonnes of silt and gravel and his livelihood lost, Staven McQuillan is desperately seeking help to get him back on his feet.

Crown and Ngāi Tahu hold first post-settlement hui to discuss partnership video

Labour Minister Megan Woods and Ngāi Tahu, kaumātua, Sir Tīpene O’Regan at a hui between the iwi and Crown on Tuesday.

The “significant” event talked through how the Treaty can be honoured so the iwi and Government can work together in the future.

New weapon in DOC's arsenal ahead of predicted mega-beech mast video

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Beech forest and the lake track on the eastern side of Lake Rotoiti, ...

Satellite imaging will help track mass beech seed drops, expected to trigger an explosion of predators in native forests this summer.

Mid Canterbury Selwyn

Environment Canterbury sets rates rise at 12.6 per cent video

A public rally outside ECan last month, where members of the public expressed concern for Canterbury’s water.

ECan has halved a proposed rates hike, but will now need to borrow millions and use its own reserves to deliver a climate action plan.

Man not guilty on sexual violation charges

A jury has delivered majority not guilty verdicts for an Ashburton man on two sexual violation charges in the District ...

An Ashburton man has been found not guilty in majority verdicts on two charges of sexual violation.

Flood-weary farmers brace for more heavy rain in Canterbury this weekend video

Chris Allen points out the damage caused by recent flooding to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. This weekend’s predicted ...

Anxious farmers in recovery mode after widespread flooding two weeks ago are keeping an eye on the skies as Canterbury braces for more heavy rain.

Helicopter suffered 'total power loss' prior to crash video

Four people from a wedding were injured in a helicopter crash near Windwhistle, in the Canterbury high country.

A helicopter that crashed at a wedding, injuring the bride, groom and their photographer, suffered a "total power loss" shortly after take off.

Workers help with flood damage clean-up

Fonterra Clandeboye workshop mechanic Sam Vincent, left, and Fonterra Emergency Response Team member Gareth Fraser, of ...

Workers from a New Zealand dairy giant have rolled up their sleeves and got to work helping farmers with the big clean up following last month's hard hitting Canterbury floods.

West Coast

West Coast iwi respond to health report on racism video

Ngāti Waewae chairman Francois Tumahai, pictured, and Ngāti Mahaka chairman Paul Madgwick say it’s a shame Poutini Ngāi ...

Iwi chairs on the West Coast say it is unfortunate Poutini Ngāi Tahu rūnanga were not involved in a recent health study that found instances of racism in the region.

DOC backtracks on decision to allow cattle grazing along West Coast river

The Haast River and Clarkes Bluff area is subject to a grazing concession that has just been rescinded by DOC.

DOC has withdrawn permission for a West Coast farmer to graze his cattle along the Haast River because they can't be fenced in.

Four West Coast men accused of sexual offending against children

The man have been accused of sexual offending against children. (File photo)

Four men have appeared in the Greymouth District Court on multiple charges of sexual offending against children.

Racism alive and well on the West Coast, health study finds video

The study heard from people who felt unwelcome in some spaces, including one interviewee who said they felt out of place ...

A study of Māori living on the 'Coast' has found racial bigotry is alive and well making challenges for whānau raising healthy, confident tamariki.

West Coast councils ready to pause SNAs over Government 'indecision' video

The area of Graham Gordon's property near Stillwater on the West Coast that has been classified as a significant natural ...

West Coast leaders are about to press pause on significant natural areas, citing indecision by government ministers and a lack of clarity on how to proceed.

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