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The service organisation's leaders are putting pressure on a club in Christchurch after discovering it does not allow women to join. Audio
The brother of missing Christchurch builder Michael McGrath is appealing for help to find him, saying they are desperate to get him home.
A lucrative water consent attached to a former wool-scouring plant in Christchurch has been bought by a group of Chinese investors.
A group lobbying for the cathedral's restoration is calling for the government to intervene to speed up a decision on its future. Video
Researchers looking at the recovery of the fire-ravaged Port Hills in Christchurch hope their work will help reduce the impact of future fires.
Some earthquake-affected businesses are very close to collapse, a new group set up to advocate for them says. Video, Audio
Whitebaiters could face catch limits, tougher enforcement and fishing permits amid concern over the future of the native species.
The only pub in Waiau has re-opened in a temporary building in its own car park after it was damaged in the Kaikōura earthquake.
The Re:Start mall was one of the first things to pop up in the city's derelict central business district after the February 2011 quake. Now, it's preparing to close up shop.
Stonemasons have been working to restore two quake-damaged war memorials in Canterbury's Hurunui District in time for Anzac Day commemorations.
Drought-hit farmers in North Canterbury are breathing a sigh of relief, with the rainfall brought by two cyclones turning parched paddocks green. Video
The massive Kaikōura earthquake may have saved the town from having to spend millions of dollars protecting itself from coastal erosion.
Troy Taylor, 23, has been found guilty of assaulting and murdering 15-month-old Ihaka Stokes at their Christchurch home.
More than 300 workers will live in prefabricated units while they fix SH1 and the railway north of Kaikōura.
Farmers living in caravans and quake-damaged homes urgently need suitable accommodation before winter, a support group says. Video
For north Canterbury farmer Richard Wilding, three years of drought has been worse than the Kaikōura earthquake that damaged his farm and wrecked his home.
Schools in the Christchurch say they are still struggling to support children who are showing signs of quake-related stress.
The government spent $443,400 on a working group looking at the restoration of the quake damaged Christ Church Cathedral, but its fate has still not been agreed upon.
It will take decades for 2000 hectares of fire-damaged land on Christchurch's Port Hills to recover, an ecology expert says.
The Kaikōura earthquake could create opportunities for Pacific workers helping with the Christchurch rebuild as part of a trades training programme.
NASA's flying laboratory, which is conducting a worldwide survey of the earth's atmosphere, has touched down in Christchurch for a second season. Video
Pāua divers support extending a ban on collecting shellfish in Kaikōura - even though it has left many of them jobless.
Fifty people became New Zealanders today at a Waitangi Day citizenship ceremony at Tuahiwi Marae near Christchurch.
Three former Cera staff facing allegations they tried to use their roles for financial gain have either stepped down, or been stood down, from their new government roles.
Allegations that staff of the now-defunct Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority used their position for financial advantage are 'damaging', the minister responsible says.