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London has one, New York has one and now Christchurch has one, after property developers branded part of its CBD the West End.
The government is being accused of picking favourites over a proposal to put a water sporting facility in Christchurch's red zone.
A property manager facing a misconduct charge after a man was killed by falling masonry in the 2011 earthquake in Christchurch can now be named.
Fed-up Christchurch homeowners have delivered a 3000-signature petition calling for a Royal Commission of Inquiry into earthquake repair failures. Audio
A witness who chased the masked gunman who had just fatally shot two Work and Income staff has told a court the shooter started "freaking out" when confronted.
Nearly 54 years after a plane went missing between Christchurch and Milford Sound, two groups are still searching for it on either side of the South Island. Audio
Record numbers of Chinese tourists are expected to visit New Zealand to celebrate the Chinese New Year in February.
The Wizard of New Zealand has officially become a citizen, 41 years after moving to Christchurch. Audio
Farmers struggling with drought in parts of the South Island are selling tens of thousands of sheep and cattle to North Island farmers.
New Zealand's oldest copy of the Magna Carta is going on display for the first time, just a month after it was linked to Henry VIII.
After thousands of hours, blood, sweat and tears, foundation work on the Christchurch Art Gallery has been completed, on time and on budget. Audio
Today marks 68 years since the Ballantynes store fire which killed 41 people died - and the first fire engine at the scene has been restored in time for the anniversary. Audio
Thousands are expected to flock to Christchurch's Addington Raceway for the annual New Zealand Trotting Cup today.
Businesses which moved to the suburbs after the Christchurch earthquake have returned to the CBD, despite earlier concerns.
A lawyer for the children of a woman killed when she was run over by her husband has told a coroner's court there were shortcomings in the police investigation.
Testing of a South Canterbury river which supplies water to Timaru has come back clear of arsenic and DDT.
A youth homelessness initiative in Christchurch is providing more beds for those living rough or on the street - and other groups hope to do the same.
Silver Ferns coach Wai Taumaunu is taking all the positives she can out of their 50-44 loss to Australian in Christchurch.
A helicopter pilot who rescued an injured hunter has pleaded guilty to flying without a licence but been hailed as a lifesaver outside court. Audio
Christchurch City Council is considering taking legal action against people who owe nearly $15 million in unpaid rates.
Queenstown's Coronet Peak has had a record year of snow, with over three metres falling so far.
The company proposing a rocket launch pad on Canterbury's coast says it is committed to protecting the environment.
Christchurch's finalised earthquake memorial design is not the preferred option of victims' families and the severely injured, a report shows.
The world's largest airborne space observatory has touched down in Christchurch. Audio
The Christchurch City Council has voted overwhelmingly to fully restore the city's earthquake-damaged town hall, at an estimated cost of $127 million. Audio