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The thousands of flowers and tributes to the victims of the mosque shootings that run along 150m of the outside of the Botanic Gardens are being removed.
A police prosecutor in Christchurch has been diagnosed with measles, and the Law Society is warning its likely they have come into contact with many people.
It can now be revealed that the man who murdered Nicole Tuxford in 2018 was found guilty of another murder decades earlier.
The country's spy agency was not involved in a police investigation into incidents involving a prominent critic of the Chinese government, the Minister of Police says.
Engineering New Zealand says it will reopen an investigation into the complaints made against Alan Reay, following a High Court ruling.
A Christchurch supermarket is using an ancient art to tackle a modern problem.
A mother whose disabled son was turned away from his local school because it said it couldn't cope with his disability hopes the introduction of new support roles will stop this from happening to…
Over the last two years Kris Herbert has been gathering audio of local children and interviewing long-standing Lyttelton residents on their experiences growing up in the town.
Students from one of Christchurch's most economically deprived suburbs will get free internet access at home under a trial scheme launched today.
The bird may be a common sight in other parts of New Zealand, but they have largely disappeared from lowland areas of Canterbury.
The final cost of rescuing an Australian soldier from Mount Aspiring is still unknown, but the Federated Mountain Clubs says a price should never be put on people's lives in deciding a rescue…
The appointment of two partners of former Labour MPs to a $600m charitable trust shows the way trust boards are appointed needs to change, a former mayor says.
A Christchurch woman who has set up a small scale plastic recycling system says local councils need to look at copying her, and reduce the amount of plastic going into landfill.
The government has missed its best opportunity in almost a century to protect access to the gateway to Arthur's Pass National Park, a neighbour to Mount White Station says.
The family of a 2-year-old boy with epilepsy say they are reliant on donations to fund the costly drug that helps improve their son's condition.
Christchurch locals, among other regions, are pleading for urgent change in the mental health and addiction sectors, a panellist forum has found.
The decision on what to do with Christchurch's earthquake damaged red zone is one step closer, with the end of the public consultation period on the plan for the area.
Securing Christchurch's water system and ultimately stopping chlorination could cost as much as $40 million.
The head of the Christchurch Civic Trust says he's alarmed at a proposal to build a large pavilion across Cathedral Square.
The minister in charge of the Earthquake Commission has called for immediate changes to the organisation in response to a damning report.
Christchurch may have to impose a special tax on building owners who refuse to deal with their derelict buildings, a councillor says.
Christchurch retirement village residents have won a compromise from the Canterbury Regional Council in a battle over a bus route.
A petition signed by over 114,000 people was presented to the Canterbury Regional Council today calling on consents for two water bottling plants to be revoked.
The Hurunui District Council is calling for public feedback on its plan to buy almost $500,000 worth of shares in an irrigation project.
A popular walking and mountain biking track in Christchurch is still closed a year after the Port Hills fires, and users are worried the fires are being used as an excuse to permanently block access.