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More than 41,000 Kiwis are without a place to call home - living in cars, abandoned properties, friends' living rooms and on the street.
More Cantabrians are getting their hands dirty volunteering to improve the city's green spaces.
An urgent call has gone out for budding rugby referees.
Christchurch marathon weaves through a construction zone, QEII reopens to the public, and NASA touches down.
Brooke Jenner interviewed Miranda Satterthwaite, the woman at the cutting edge of Christchurch's Technology and Innovation sectors.
Struggling to find ways to "unbusy" your day?
We take a look into freedom camping, find out about plastic bags in supermarkets and if you need downtime, we know what can help.
An ACC-funded programme is teaching students about the birds, the bees and everything in between.
Find out about what Christchurch’s canines can expect in the future, look into the theatre scene and it’s struggles and much more!
What will the state-of-the-art build mean for the university's future?
Find out about ANZAC day, learn what's in your prescription medication and listen in on NZ music month.
Burnside West Christchurch University Cricket Club will represent Canterbury at the NZCT Club Cricket One Day Nationals in Auckland.
Local police say the gunwoman in the YouTube HQ shooting was a prolific site user seeking revenge.
Suspected gunwoman dead and at least three injured after shooting inside YouTube HQ in San Francisco.
England captain Joe Root and mid-order batsman Dawid Malan reflect on their Australasian games ahead of their second Blackcaps test match.
Kane Williamson is not underestimating the English ahead of their second test match at Hagley Oval today.
Todd Astle has been ruled out of the second test against England.
City councillor Deon Swiggs offered an alternative to the Deans Ave park-and-ride site, which is prone to flooding and filled with potholes.
The MPI decision to cull over 22,000 infected dairy cows is New Zealand's "best shot" at eradicating disease.
The Botanic D'Lights event is set to blaze a new trail from the Gardens to the Arts Centre.
The Vodafone Warriors want fans to help recover their stolen game kit.
Placemakers have teamed with the Canterbury Police in a bid to combat the theft of expensive power tools.
Great Mills High School student Austin Wyatt Rollins opened fire in a hallway yesterday NZ time, injuring two students.
A Maryland senior hopes Great Mills is the last in a long line of high school shootings in America.
The Christchurch City Council are using a smartphone app and special sensors to stop people abusing mobility parks in Christchurch.
The Tongan Minister of Education has banned female students from taking up rugby and boxing in public schools.
Emergency services were called to Mount Hutt College in relation to a gas leak.
New Zealand's world champion shot putters are primed and ready for the Gold Coast.
World Champion shot putter Tom Walsh has announced that the New Zealand Track and Field Championships will come to Christchurch next year.
UC professor David Wiltshire reflects on studying under renowned scientist Stephen Hawking.
A Senior Constable noticed people struggling to get earner driver's - she decided to start her own mentor programme.
The development will cost approx. ten million dollars.
CHCH water will be chlorinated while bore head repairs underway
Hoon Hay residents want mental health patients supervised on outings after years of disturbances in their neighbourhood.
Thirty Canterbury business executives will abseil a central Christchurch building to raise money for charity.
Kiwis cross-pollinate ideas to keep bee population safe.
Wet weather and a lack of facilities have local cricket clubs battling for training spaces.
Local paua populations at risk after bans force collectors to leave Kaikoura coast.
Oliver Davidson took to the stage at the 2017 performing arts world champs and won a prestigious scholarship.