Rabbit owners are worried about their pets' safety after plans to drop a strain of the calicivirus into the Red Zone are announced.
With the City Council granting licenses for two new e-scooter brands, there'll be a lot more work to keep them charged up.
The marathon makes its way back to the Town Hall, farmers and MPI call for better tracking of livestock, and we head to Armageddon.
With so many dogs abandoned in animal shelters each year, should you choose to rescue a mutt instead of buying a purebred?
The Christchurch City Council has released a new survey asking for resident's to voice their opinions on climate change.
An Environment group is asking for the community to help crown Christchurch as the most bio-diverse city in the world.
A Burnside High School student is pioneering a new way for youth to engage with sustainability in Christchurch.
A Flemish Giant has escaped its cage, attacking neighborhood bunnies and munching on vegetable patches.
How the biggest mast year in 45 years could have a big impact on native fauna and flora.
The National Foundation for the Deaf is wanting to draw awareness to the lack of accessibility for the hearing impaired.
Cathedral Square was flooded with people today opposing water bottling companies shipping local water overseas
Three people have been airlifted to hospital after a crash along State Highway One near Timaru.
The Productivity Commission's goal of carbon neutrality in New Zealand by 2050 can be adjusted downward according to Forest and Bird.
"Drunken thief" takes portraits of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip from the British Hotel in Lyttelton and uses them for fashion shoot.
A second stage of riverbank restoration will take place along one of the city's most polluted rivers.
Aspiring pro-baseballer is surprised to find out how much in common he has with a Kiwi baseball legend.
A volunteer group says the Port Hills fires affected water quality in streams, causing aquatic life to die.
Local artist believes city council should do more to solve Christchurch's plastic problem.
Ministry of Awesome partners with Ara Institute of Canterbury to help young entrepreneurs.
Broadcaster, who was suffering from depression, dies while on holiday with family in Switzerland.
While environmentalists say banning commercial whitebaiting will save the species, a scientist begs to differ.
The Go Green Expo is a chance for Christchurch residents to find new ways to help the environment.
Environment Canterbury has announced it will install 124 solar panels at its Christchurch headquarters in Tuam St.
Protesters gathered in New Brighton last weekend to take part in in the international climate change protest, Hands Across the Sand.