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It is billed as the earthquake that started it all, it was magnitude 7.1 and it hit 10km from the Canterbury town of Darfield at 4.35am on 4 September 2010.
More New Zealanders are looking to charter private flights as the sector reels from the effect of Covid-19.
National leader Judith Collins says allegations surrounding the party's board member Roger Bridge is a matter for the party to deal with internally.
A major post-earthquake building project in Christchurch has needed more than $700,000 in repairs and maintenance to its air-conditioning, electrical and lighting systems.
The impact of Covid-19 on the property market may not be as dramatic as previously thought - thanks in part to a flock of returning New Zealanders.
The resignation of the Canterbury District Health Board's top official is being labelled as a disaster for the region.
The latest advertising campaign by the Chinese Consulate in a prominent Christchurch newspaper is being described as propaganda and untrue.
A Christchurch community is reeling after a tragic house fire killed two young children.
Three police searches - carried out shortly after the Christchurch mosque attacks - were unlawful, the Independent Police Conduct Authority has found.
Pilots are angry at the government for voting against a bill which would have increased penalties for people that shine laser pointers at aircraft.
A Christchurch man who filmed himself coughing and sneezing at supermarket customers during the nation-wide lockdown has been fined $750.
A staff member was wrong to remove Black Lives Matter posters put up by students, Christchurch Girls' High School's principal says. Audio
Two Christchurch Girls' High School students say their posters were removed last week by a staff member - who then told them that "all lives matter".
An elite Christchurch private school is investigating after students reported that a teacher tore down posters and verbally abused them for promoting the Black Lives Matter movement.
Prominent jailhouse lawyer Arthur Taylor is back in prison.
Public health expert Nick Wilson is calling on the government to introduce masks on flights - and says its current advice is outdated.
Thousands of Muslims have been celebrating Eid-Al-Fitr, the end of the holy month of Ramadan, but the usually social event has been a bit different this year.
About 600 hectares of Crown-owned land in Christchurch's residential red zone could be handed over to the city's council earlier than expected.
Search and rescue teams are utilising infrared drones as they continue to look for two missing trampers in the Kahurangi National Park.
Hundreds of thousands of children returned to school and early learning today, squirting litres of hand sanitiser and putting carefully-developed hygiene plans to the test. Video
A Christchurch man is pleading for government officials to exempt him from quarantine so that he can see his dying wife one last time.
Secondary school principals are angry the government is not helping them cover millions of dollars in lost income from international students.
Former leaders of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation are backing a petition to remove its current board - the latest setback for the union.
The High Court has allowed a man to leave mandatory quarantine to visit his dying father, despite having recently returned from the United Kingdom.
One of the country's worst-hit regions for Covid-19 is confident it has turned a corner. There are just 14 active cases in the Southern DHB compared with 101 a couple of weeks ago.