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Just 38 applications have been received for the bi-annual muster.
Concerns over Christchurch City Council's debt amid vote to lend $25 million to community housing trust
Education Minister Chris Hipkins says home learning should not affect NCEA outcomes
Long wait ahead for live orchestras due to restrictions of mass gatherings.
She took on the mayoralty to fix things, then leave. Six years on, she running for a third term. Lianne Dalziel has "unfinished business".
By 2029, 17 percent of the city's roads will be in such a bad condition that they're expected to fail within a year or two.
A pedestrian has died after being hit by a car on Ferry Rd.
Abbi Thompson-Mcphail, who went missing on Sunday afternoon, is safe and has returned home to her family.
Businesses complain of lower turnover, with one even shutting down due to roadworks in the village.
The regeneration plan for the red zone gets full support from local leaders
The Bromley power substation has become the city's chicken dumping ground.
Community calls for Lyttelton and Kaikoura to help out.
Future looking bright for seafarers in Lyttelton
Critics say development will have dire impact on endangered species despite port company's protection measures.
"There's a complete lack of political will" to impose law on curbing waste in New Zealand, says an environmental activist.