8:18 PM Plans to open a Christchurch cat cafe are purring along nicely.
8:09 PM Planned flood-prevention basins would have kept more than 300 Olympic swimming pools' worth of stormwater out of Christchurch's Heathcote River.
8:08 PM Southshore residents are angry that a lack of flood protection allowed homes in their seaside suburb to flood in last week's storm.
8:04 PM Cleaning up the Timaru District in the aftermath of the wild weekend storm will come with a half a million dollar price tag.
7:45 PM NZ has one of the lowest rates of men in early childhood education in the world, and "unconscious bias" isn't helping, groups claim.
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.
Sir Ron Scott remembered fondly by Steve Hansen.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson thinks Kiwis coming to the UK is a "great thing".
Mark von Huben normally wears a tour guide's hat when he visits Kaikoura - now he's behind the wheel of a dump truck carting rubble away from slips blocking SH1.
If the turnout for the recent amateur powerlifting competition in Canterbury is anything to go by, there's a quiet but definite growth in women pumping iron.
The ever growing Mandeville area will soon have another development to benefit the community.
Proposed expansion of after hours services health services in the Waimakariri District delayed.
Questions are being asked about why Canterbury's Lake Ellesmere was not opened to the sea ahead of the weekend's flooding.
The Heathcote River has burst its banks and flooded southern parts of the city.
Part of the Ashburton Club and MSA is set to be demolished and rebuilt in a multi-million dollar redevelopment.
This week marks our first Red vs Red challenge between the regions – North Canterbury, and Selwyn and Ashburton. This time, we've sharpened the tools of the trade for our reporters.
Rolleston man John Winchester's passion for cars and a swell of community support have combined to bring about the inaugural Selwyn Motor Fest this November.
"Rawiri was standing at the window saying, 'bye Dad, bye Dad'," says partner of man who unexpectedly died on West Coast farm.
Bryan Edmonds stopped for a glass of water. An hour later he was found dead on the West Coast dairy farm.
85-year-old man spent night injured at foot of tree before being choppered out of remote spot on West Coast in face of atrocious conditions.
South Island's West Coast shaken by a magnitude-4.3 earthquake early on Friday morning.
Vivek Goel, who commissioned a cake decorator's firm to build a $7m sewage plant, was on paid leave for four months before resigning.