It was a big day for donut fans, as hundreds of people enjoyed their favorite treat for National Donut day.
Projects are underway on the river that runs through the heart of the small North Canterbury town.
Teachers begin five weeks of rolling strikes, what's got Christchurch airport taking off, and why these cute dogs may not be the best pet.
Mother nature is in more trouble than ever before with a large number of species around the world in the risk of extinction.
People are now shopping with more consideration for animal welfare when they buy their eggs.
The Waimakariri Youth Council have big ideas for the Rangiora skate park and are hoping to have Council funding.
One Ealing dairy farmer says he was given no support for his mental well being after his farm tested positive with Mycoplasma Bovis.
One women has created a connection experience which brings together people in a space where being present in the moment is a priority.
Any sport can cause a concussion but rugby union is one of the higher contributors.
New Zealander of the year, Mike King is asking people to put on their gumboots for Gumboot Friday to raise money for youth counselling.
For motorists driving this weekend drive to the conditions, wear your seatbelt, don’t drive tired and put away your phone.
The New Zealand Chihuahua rescue volunteers are grateful for all the support they get from the community.
University of Canterbury's recreation centre gym under fire for apparently restricting women's choice of clothing.
Driver of a stolen car runs from police after crashing on Fitzgerald Ave.
Knife-wielding man storms into Shirley establishment, steals cash from the till and flees on foot.
Baby Arapawa goats have arrived at the Christchurch wildlife reserve.
Farner creates heated kennels for working dogs to improve their performance.
District Court judge calls for better access to lawyers for prisoners, rather than relying on video-link for court appearances.
Christchurch pole vaulter Eliza Meekings hopes to beat the Canterbury record this season.
A million-dollar plan will keep the Lyttelton Tunnel for another two nights.
A house on Tilford St has been left ruins after a fire in the early hours of this morning.
An Otago student chose to do it to get fit, now he believes he cannot stop as he runs for charity.
Rugby star is putting his long-term health at risk by continuing to play rugby, says medical rehabilitation expert.
City reinstated as refugee resettlement location for the first time since the 2010 earthquake.
Boatshed and river walkways part of revival plan for earthquake-damaged parts of town.
Two teachers at Queenspark Primary School have had their tyres slashed in the staff car park.