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The South Canterbury District Health board and Pacific Radiology has been found to have failed in caring for a woman who died from lung cancer.
Christchurch's deputy mayor will not run for parliament, but admits he gave it some considerable thought.
An $86 million plan to make Christchurch's quake damaged roads more accessible is copping heavy criticism for removing car parks and dividing the central city.
A decision on how Christchurch wants to spend $80 million of Crown money towards its regeneration will be made on Thursday.
Lianne Dalziel has been inducted for a third term as the city's mayor in a ceremony this afternoon along with the city's new councillors.
Neighbours have described their shock at hearing of the death of a Christchurch motorist who was hit by a fleeing driver yesterday.
After new bus services and routes in Wellington turned into a debacle, calls are being made to overhaul how public transport is managed by councils.
A soldier has been sentenced to 28 days in military detention and stripped of his rank for assault.
Prominent Christchurch businessmen have thrown their weight behind councillor Deon Swiggs, questioning the timing of leaks to the media.
A former Christchurch mayor says voters have to make a call whether they are comfortable with voting for an embattled councillor.
The Christchurch City Council closed its final meeting of the term on today, and Mayor Lianne Dalziel is still refusing to comment further on the allegations of inappropriate behaviour by one of her…
Opening up a skid pad, create more housing for single people and make the central city dog friendly: policies from Christchurch's lesser-known mayoral candidates.
One pub owner is putting a $1000 bar tab on the line over the first All Blacks try scorer.
Residents in the Christchurch suburb of Hornby are celebrating after the city council voted unanimously to forge ahead with the planned leisure complex.
The future of the the country's domestic airport security remains unclear despite it being reviewed after the Christchurch mosque attacks.
A website quiz about mental health could lead to users being identified, experts warn.
A Christchurch academic says people are being made more aware of casual racism in New Zealand. Video
A Tongan student has described the racial abuse she has faced since moving to New Zealand. Video
New Zealand's first national litter audit has found there are more than 2000 cigarettes for every person.
A Canterbury construction firm whose staff and contractors said they were owed thousands has gone into liquidation and its sister company has ceased trading.
Video - A Cambodian-New Zealander believes racism is an issue amongst minority groups in New Zealand. Video
A well-known Christchurch Muslim community advocate says he encountered racist abuse throughout his New Zealand upbringing. Video
Managers at the Kāpiti Coast District Council failed to act on staff concerns about the state of a now-closed library, a review has concluded.
A painter says he is owed money from a Canterbury building firm, where former staff have alleged they weren't paid wages.
A Christchurch councillor believes the public should have some say over how much should be paid to a council chief executive. Audio