Tūranga, the new central library, has opened its doors to Christchurch.
Concerns have been raised about the growing rabbit population in the red zone.
Thousands of Kiwi kids get preventable dental work done each year, a report by the Child Poverty Action Group says.
Following complaints, the council is halving the amount of chlorine in 27 of the city's 52 pump stations.
With the dairy industry in crisis due to the M.Bovis outbreak, farmers are now saying stock tracking systems need to be improved.
Palm oil under the spotlight, new book says no to bullying, and our furry friends go shopping.
Local residents in tourist hotspots are fed up with budget freedom campers, Jack Loader reports.
In March this year the Christchurch City Council started chlorinating the city's water. But have people noticed? Jack Loader investigates.
We take a look into freedom camping, find out about plastic bags in supermarkets and if you need downtime, we know what can help.
Find out about what Christchurch’s canines can expect in the future, look into the theatre scene and it’s struggles and much more!
David Seymour's End Of Life Choice Bill would make it legal for people with terminal or life threatening illness to end their lives.
Find out about ANZAC day, learn what's in your prescription medication and listen in on NZ music month.
Blackcap Trent Boult won top Medal at ANZ New Zealand Cricket Awards.
Over 100 objections were heard in front of the District licensing committee against a proposed Phillipstown liquor store.
The body was originally unidentified but has now been named as Emma Beattie.
The Phillipstown Community Hub wants the government to make a decision on the future of their site.
The City Council will be presented with a recommendation against banning cars from the Summit Rd at night.
A Council proposed by-law could see University of Canterbury parking problems only get worse for students.
The Rail and Maritime Transport Union has forced the port to remain closed , demanding better wages and safer conditions.
Port workers have gone on strike over pay and safety concerns.
Judge reprimands man for yelling out to family members in the Christchurch District Court.
Nearly 100 Greenpeace supporters have taken over Environment Canterbury's foyer demanding democracy and cleaner rivers.
The city centre is taking shape as new shops and bars open, attracting crowds back to town.
Godwit birds are beginning to return to Christchurch's Southshore after a torturous journey from Alaska.