The financial landscape of Christchurch is evolving to digital dependency – but where does that leave people with disabilities?
Proposed rate changes in the council’s long-term plan will cost some charities more than just dollars.
Huntsbury residents are fighting for equity, after being left out of Enable’s fibre rollout across Christchurch.
Christchurch takes the cake for hosting the most popular disc golf course in Australasia, with hundreds of players every weekend.
Community leaders in Halswell are pushing for Hillmorton High School to become a local hub – but some residents want something different.
METRONEWS, brought to you by the students of the New Zealand Broadcasting School on 16/April.
METRONEWS, brought to you by the students of the New Zealand Broadcasting School on 13/April.
Should begging be banned in Christchurch? Are medium density housing developments a good thing? Jessica Swan investigates.
METRONEWS, brought to you by the students of the New Zealand Broadcasting School on 1/April.
METRONEWS, brought to you by the students of the New Zealand Broadcasting School on 9/April.
Councils across Canterbury are helping fund a digital solution for raising environmental awareness.
Problem Gambling Foundation urges council to strengthen anti-gambling measures as a new report highlights the drain on the wider economy.
City councillors split on how to support city businesses as free parking scheme fails.
Resident outlines system to ensure transparency, more public engagement and greater local government accountability.
Renewed lockdown restrictions have already impacted the footfall at Orana Wildlife Park.
"It's an official language of our country and everything that can be done to support that should be," says Te Puni Kōkiri advisor.
Most ski fields are closed due to Level 2 restrictions but hope to take advantage of snow forecast from Thursday.
Canterbury secondary school skiing and basketball championships are being reviewed in light of Alert Level 2.
Major delays have slowed the city after roadworks and lane reductions on Russley Rd have stalled traffic in parts of the city.
Snow is forecast for Thursday as the country prepares for its second wave of Covid-19 restrictions.
Joshua Baker and Zak Shearer have designed a solution for the costly inconvenience of flat tyres.
A man charged with three incidents of assault, impeding breathing and wilfull damage has pleaded not guilty.
One vote in it as Waipuna Community Board boosts funding for air quality specialist to advise on waste management plant near Prebbleton.
The Little Book of Smiles campaign was born in a Year 13 classroom with five young teenagers.
Residents feel left in the dark over proposed waste processing facility in Marshs Rd, Prebbleton.
Apple butter is the newest taste to spread across New Zealand's shore.
Educators are urging parents to creative positive, supportive environments at home during the Covid-19 lockdown.