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A man who murdered a Christchurch sex worker has lost an appeal against his sentence.
One of the country's biggest tourism companies is considering a significant number of redundancies.
A study has finally revealed what has been causing a stink up in eastern Christchurch.
Christchurch Hospital is pushing ahead with a new $150m medical tower block despite its own doctors pleading that it's far too small.
One person has died after a car plunged down a bank in Christchurch's Port Hills.
Among the many activities people were able to do for the first time at the weekend under level 2, was to head to their local farmers' market.
A burning mountain of tyres that spewed plumes of black toxic smoke in the Canterbury town of Rolleston yesterday has been put out.
A large tyre fire in Rolleston, a town near Christchurch has now been contained.
Coal miner Bathurst Resources is defending its plans to expand its Canterbury Coal Mine into another 18 hectares of forest, farms, and wetland.
Christchurch's historic Isaac Theatre Royal could face permanent closure if staff are not able to recoop "crippling" running costs.
The Duke of Cambridge has told the Christchurch Muslim community that they responded to last year's terror attacks with the utmost grace and dignity.
Police have seized a firearm and other weapons at a property understood to be the Mongols Motorcycle gang headquarter on the outskirts of Christchurch.
A man has been charged over a fatal crash in Christchurch's Port Hills last year.
A Christchurch homeowner has taken IAG to the Appeal Court over whether he can be paid for damage from separate earthquakes.
The tourist hub of Kaikoura is expecting an unemployment rate of at least 25 percent as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A survey by Tourism Industry Aotearoa has found up to half of all tourism… Audio
Another major roading project has been delayed for at least seven months due to the Covid-19 shutdown.
Grieving communities are feeling the strain over having to ensure funerals and tangi are restricted to 10 people only.
There is still no date for the sentencing of the man who pleaded guilty to the 15 March mosque attacks.
Kaikōura District Council should not be even thinking about a rate increase unless it is prepared to cut spending and wages, its works and services chairperson says.