The last few years has seen professionalism creep into high school sports. Jack Ward looks at how school rugby has evolved as a result.
Israel Folau made headlines again last month for his controversial comments on the Rainbow Community. Now it's their time to speak.
The Spirits Workshop have big plans for their new still.
Lovers of books and other media will be in for a treat when the Bookarama event takes place later this month.
The Crusaders will stay the Crusaders… at least till the end of the season.
American Football Canterbury is attempting to change the stigma behind American football by 'kiwifying' the game.
Antarctica's canine explorers will finally get the recognition they deserve with an exhibition commemorating their feats beginning tomorrow
The Productivity Commission's goal of carbon neutrality in New Zealand by 2050 can be adjusted downward according to Forest and Bird.
Akaroa and Saltwater Creek have received funding to upgrade their toilet facilities as a result of the tourism funding from the state.
Eastern Christchurch will receive a new sports complex after the community board approved a lease on Rāwhiti Domain.
The Canterbury rugby team to play North Harbour tomorrow has been named.
University of Canterbury's recreation centre gym under fire for apparently restricting women's choice of clothing.
Canterbury have named their side for their round 4 clash against Manawatu tomorrow night.
He said he threw a boiling cup of coffee in a nurse's face because he "assaulted" him
Christchurch has plenty of new bars and restaurants, but recruiting and retaining staff is proving difficult.
Strong winds and surface flooding scatter wheelie bins and rubbish on the streets of suburban Christchurch.
A dedicated bus lane is proposed to run along Main North Rd, between Harewood Rd and Grassmere St.
Christchurch Airport brings in a whopping $236 million income in the 2018 financial year.
Christchurch pole vaulter Eliza Meekings hopes to beat the Canterbury record this season.
All of Canterbury's eight new faces have been named to play in the opening game of the Mitre 10 Cup.
New Canterbury rugby coach Joe Maddock says hooker, halfback and props are the most challenging positions to fill.