More people are biking, walking and using public transport, but driving is still the go-to.
Some are still criticising the sport after twelve people were charged this year as part of a race-fixing investigation.
Public art programme for inspiring Christchurch kids
The guide is a reminder of the beauty and perils the mountains offer
Old telephone tech will be gone in four years so where does this leave the elderly?
Thousands go to Christchurch Vegan Expo this year
It's been 100 years since the Spanish Flu arrived on New Zealand shores.
Electric scooters arrived in Christchurch this week so we went to find out just what people think about them.
A traditional Māori art could be the answer to our plastic problems.
A competition to raise awareness for NZ's native birds, but some people are taking it very seriously.
Mental health services are in high demand in Canterbury.
The biggest library in the South Island, Tūranga is a technology hub for the city.
A much anticipated entertainment complex has opened its doors in the heart of Christchurch City.
A group of students are doing their bit to pick up rubbish one weekend at a time.
A disease medical experts still struggle to comprehend - but are we doing enough about it here in NZ?
Some of Christchurch's younger citizens are leading the charge in robot technology.
Emergency Services can start tracking your mobile when you call 111
The New Brighton Pier is now fully open after 18 months of repairs
Christchurch marathon weaves through a construction zone, QEII reopens to the public, and NASA touches down.
Could drones become an essential tool for the future?
Are the resources there for our disabled communities in times of disaster?
One Star Wars enthusiast is raising money for children with disabilities this May the Fourth
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A Christchurch businessman helping immigrants start in business has secured the Halswell Community Centre as a permanent site.
The Government has announced the recall of 50,000 vehicles with Alpha-type Takata airbags.
The road toll has risen to 110 deaths after a crash this morning.
Facebook believes information of up to 87 million people was improperly shared with data mining firm
The para-athlete's grandmother says couldn't be more proud Sophie Pascoe will bear the NZ flag at Commonwealth Games
Community board will set up a working group to review a new report despite a drop in complaints.
A Christchurch secondary school leader says teaching digital skills isn't as easy as it sounds.
Bruce McEachen says New Zealand law needs to be reviewed after a disciplinary tribunal decision
Former US President Barack Obama has touched down in New Zealand
A real estate firm says Canterbury housing is still affordable despite a change in home ownership habits.
Christchurch Airport will begin trials in the next couple of months for the first kiwi-made self-driving vehicle.
The CEO of Endometriosis NZ suspects many more women are affected by the inflammatory disease than stats show
Senior sports competition Golden Oldies is coming to Christchurch because of the former earthquake authority.
A Christchurch blind man says he backs a census inquiry after problems raised by the blind community.
Cyclists call on city council to make lanes safer.
Casino is mulling plans for central city Christchurch sites.
A Christchurch international market is bringing culture back to the city.
Trapped in Tongariro National Park