The Dalmatian Club hosted its 43rd dog show this week.
A water supply for thousands has been chlorinated after E.Coli was detected Wednesday morning.
The Christchurch Art Gallery has set itself the task of raising $1 million for a new artwork from sculptor Ron Mueck.
New Zealand Broadcasting School student Aaron Dahmen has landed one of three Christian Broadcasting Association scholarships.
Starting next week, Christchurch will be one of the first cities in the country to roll out paper-free parking meters.
In a decade Christchurch has gone from nearly 10 all-ages venues, down to zero.
A comic, a cartoon – and now a card game world championship.
A group in Aranui are tackling homelessness with a pair of knitting needles.
Crowdfunding the best option for gender reassignment surgery.
Christchurch posties will soon be hopping off their bicycles and delivering mail on four wheels.
A Papanui resident has blocked road workers in protest against a new cycle way on Grassmere St.
Vaxxed screens early May, but a Christchurch medical officer says balanced input is key.
A Muslim community group hopes their Islamic art display will help educate viewers.
The annual party boasts a low five students in the emergency department this year.
A voluntary euthanasia advocate thinks change isn't far off.
Details on Donald Trump's tax reform are "pretty scant", says a New Zealand economist.
An ex-Commonwealth Games chef de mission says it's common sense to share hosting between cities to cover costs.
A Robinson helicopter has been involved in yet another fatal crash, this time on the West Coast.
Peaceful village shocked and frightened after car park assault.
Some of the world's best speed-cubers can solve a standard Rubik's Cube faster than Usain Bolt's 100 metre world record sprint.
A Swiss tourist, who was missing for 10 days in Arthur's Pass, has been found.
Two young film makers say Generation G is all about creativity and following your passion.
Businesses are optimistic the Christchurch City Council will address their traffic plan concerns.
Night 'n Day said they have invested tens of thousands into security to guarantee their staff's safety.
Cosmic Corner has had to double its vaporiser range in the past year to keep up with demand - a demand they say is dictated by tradies and people over 40.