There are now five contenders in the ring for the Rangiora Ashley by-election.
Solid first outings on the diamond for the Kaiapoi Softball Club sides
World champion jet boat driver Dwayne Terry didn't see the log that killed his best mate.
Sefton, Leeston-Southbridge, Southbrook and newcomers Cheviot all picked up wins in the CRV Ambreed Country Premier One Day cricket competition
One-stop shop for Hurunui residents ahead of rebuild.
Financial support needed to care for North Canterbury waterway.
Top line-up for North Canterbury Country Music Festival.
Duayne Barry Insley, of Glenorchy, was killed in a jet boat accident on Canterbury's Waimakariri River.
Being there for someone on their worst day has been the motivation for Paul Delis' 27 year career in the fire brigade.
Amberley's Brew Moon celebrates 15-years of craft brewing this month.
Heavy rainfall caused a river to change course, sweeping away a bank bordering the Amberley Domain.
It was the first time in 40 years North Canterbury Football celebrated two South Island tournament victories
Rolleston's Ava Heath Williams is too young to have a bank account but manages a soap-making company making real change for owl conservation.
North Canterbury swimmers collected 15 medals at the New Zealand Short Course Championships at the Sir OwenGlenn National Aquatic Centre on Auckland's North Shore last week.
Cheviot will get to make their CRV Ambreed Country Premier One Day cricket competition debut at home. If the weather plays ball.
The once barren and boring Baker Park is now the place to be
Hurunui businesses encouraged to promote the district together or "get left in the dust".
While not fully completed, the upgraded Amuri Irrigation Scheme network is now operational.
Waimakariri ratepayers can be pleased with their council's performance if results of a Local Government New Zealand review are anything to go by.
Waimakariri District Council agrees to grant up to $1 million for Kaiapoi High School's international-size court gymnasium.
Kaiapoi is looking forward to a big summer of softball
North Canterbury had five teams finish in the top 10 at the 2017 Springston Trophy pony club championship in Rakaia at the weekend.
Drought, earthquakes and depression: the how to guide.
Flooding has disrupted bridge repair work when "every day counts" for Christmas opening.
Remembering New Zealand's darkest day on the Western Front.
At the end of last month Simon Logan shaved his head.
Potting plants, pruning perennials and growing friendships is all in a days work for the team behind the biennial Ohoka Plant Sale.
Peak-hour traffic is crawling out of Christchurch after a two-car collision.
The New Zealand Trampoline National Championships are being held in Christchurch for the first time since 2006
North Canterbury Rugby taking first steps towards forming an U16 girls team