The Christchurch City Council is waiting to approve $131,304 in biodiversity funding for seven projects throughout Christchurch.
Reinstatement of Christ Church Cathedral could utilise an area of Cathedral Square for construction purposes with an annual rent of $1.
The Ministry of Social Development is wanting to effectively engage with Kiwis by delivering a suite of employment service initiatives.
This year 587,000 Kiwis were vaccinated compared to only 290,000 at the same time last year.
An international report on New Zealand's economy shows the Government is in a financially strong position.
Over 1000 road and rail workers are back working today, the start of many to help kick-start the post lockdown economy process.
Director-General of Health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield, has confirmed two new cases and one new probable case of Covid-19.
University students are confident they're getting the same quality of learning from adapted online study as if they were still in class.
Professional hunter and business owner, Don Patterson, says once New Zealand re-opens its borders he'll be ready for business.
Voting for your Government of choice, with the impacts and ramifications of COVID-19, has never been more important than now.
The Electoral Committee will need 25,000 staff with extensive/intensive training to work voting stations this year.
Voting booths could become a thing of the past with Covid-19 potentially changing the way voters get their votes in on election day.
TEDx Christchurch marked its 10th anniversary on Sunday, attracting more than 1400 the people.
You will soon be able to have your say on a proposal to lower the speed limit through Sumner and Woolston villages.
VIDEO: World-leading expert advises NZ schools to adopt "screening" method to identify young people at risk of self-harm.
Christchurch Police have recovered a pocket watches, rings, necklaces, earrings and other jewellery.
Jonathan Singer will present at the Suicide in Schools workshop, which aims to address the high rates of suicide in NZ.
Sports fields, a giant hamster wheel and a flying fox are some of the stuff a new park would have if plans are approved.
A 16-metre tall sculpture will be placed in Rauora Park, the public space at the heart of the East Frame.