The 2016 earthquakes proved the importance of National Radio during disaster, but will the government completely thaw their funding freeze?
Imagine caring for 60 reptiles in your own home. That's something one Christchurch woman is familiar with.
Shelters across the country are caring for overwhelming numbers of reptiles.
It's our annual Kiwi Music Month, not that most people know.
Heavy rain and land slips have pushed rock-filled containers onto the road, isolating the coastal town.
Rob Siolo says the Christchurch earthquakes helped him prepare for Cyclone Debbie, which has now hit Queensland.
Missing American tramper Clint Hewitt has been found safe and well.
It's the start of a fine week for Christchurch with some low cloud and patchy drizzle clearing by the morning.
The Ray White Duke Festival of Surfing hopes to make waves in New Brighton and bring the community together.
Christchurch is set to have a rainy start to the week with developing rain throughout the morning.
Hundreds gather at Trafalgar Square to mourn the loss of victims of terror attack.
After just three days on the job, a Timaru meat plant worker has lost his hand.
Canterbury has the nation's worst water and a new government panel won't improve it, says water activist.
Emergency services arrived to a reported crash at Lake Lyndon to find man needing his car towed from lake.
Former Wigram Lions Club president says Avonhead Park is the perfect location for a community barbecue, rejecting conerns it could distract nearby pre-schoolers and grievers.
A former private school head boy says some boys make stupid comments, but that doesn't mean there's a rape culture.
Two cyclists have been hit by a truck near Mt Cook. One is dead, the other is in a stable condition after being airlifted to hospital.
Three Wellington women are hoping to bring a new alternative fitness class to Christchurch permanently.