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A $1 billion plan to change Christchurch's public transport network has been created.
The government is stumping up $12 million to pay out uninsured Christchurch red zone homeowners, more than seven years after the quakes.
The death of American soul singer Aretha Franklin from pancreatic cancer has put the spotlight on the treatment options available to New Zealanders.
An insurance company may be attempting to freeze high-risk properties out of the market by increasing their premiums, an earthquake claims advocate claims.
The previous government had planned to upgrade carparking, toilets and access ways in the West Coast town last year, but that was put on hold.
Kaiapoi, just north of Christchurch, has unveiled a bold new plan for the parts of the town wiped off the map in the Canterbury earthquakes. Video
West Coast companies are finding success online as they look to overcome the barriers of living in such an isolated place.
The newly-crowned Super Rugby champions will begin their own crusade through the Garden City today.
A Christchurch construction company placed into voluntary liquidation has left workers out of a job and creditors out of pocket.
Two tragedies have brought two groups of young people from opposite sides of the world together for a special tree planting in Christchurch.
A call has been made for the contractor who dumped three bags of 1080 at Rakiura National Park in Stewart Island to be prosecuted.
The Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade has taken its recruitment drive to the classroom.
Another chapter will be added to the Crusaders - Highlanders rivalry when they play in Christchurch on Friday tonight.
The Independent Police Conduct Authority says it doesn't condone the actions taken by a police officer against a man in Ashburton last year.