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Media were welcomed inside Christchurch Hospital's new $483 million Acute Services Building yesterday, for a glimpse inside the country's largest and most expensive hospital project to date.
Hundreds of people in four of the main centres are sharing stories about the damage racist views have on their lives. Video
A $100,000 reward has been announced for information about the murder of a 21-year-old woman in Christchurch in 1995 - the most the police have ever offered for such information.
Canterbury Regional Council became the first in the country to declare a climate emergency today, but neither councillors nor the activists behind the declaration can say whether it will lead to any…
Shock and anger is rippling through the rural Canterbury community after at least 40 graveyard plaques were stolen, desecrated and offered for sale as scrap metal.
Environmental lobby group Extinction Rebellion wants Christchurch councils to vote to declare a climate emergency.
Central Christchurch hospitality operators fear they could be heading into the toughest winter to date.
Timaima Tuilawa was sentenced to community work for failing to stop and check if anyone was injured, but wasn't held criminally responsible for the accident itself.
A 23-year-old man has been jailed for nine months, after his arrest during a spate of synthetic cannabis hospital admissions in Christchurch last year.
Muslim volunteers are hand-delivering gifts to Christchurch groups and organisations that helped in the wake of the mosque attacks.
A 33-year-old man remains in custody after suspected explosives were found at a house in the Christchurch suburb of Phillipstown yesterday.
Rumours of a South Island black panther have resurfaced after a sighting on Friday night.
Despite rosy spending statistics, West Coast tourism operators are still on shaky ground after last month's floods, they say.
Zero tolerance for white supremacists isn't the approach New Zealanders should be taking, says a US-based organisation helping people exit white supremacy groups.
Prince William has offered practical advice, and encouragement to the emergency services staff who responded to the Christchurch mosque attacks.
Some of the best futsal talent from around the country gathered to honour a mosque attack victim by playing the sport he loved in the spirit he wanted it to be played.
Environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion is set to take to the street in seven centres tomorrow.
New Zealand rapper Scribe has been sentenced to six months' intensive supervision on a drugs charge and for breaching a previous supervision order.
A man who was transporting drivers and passengers across the Waiho River on a dump truck has been advised to cease operations by the police.
Two men linked to the unruly British tourists have appeared in Christchurch District Court today on dishonesty charges.
The sight of rubbish from a washed out West Coast tip strewn on once-pristine sand is enough to bring a local resident to tears, and he says it's going to be impossible to clean up on foot.
Once barely distinguishable to car drivers whizzing past, the little white Ashburton Masjid, in Tinwald, is now difficult to miss.
The number of people seeking psychological and financial support after the Christchurch terror attacks continues to rise.
A woman who fled the gunman at the Al Noor mosque is looking for the stranger who helped her and her five-month old baby escape.
Yesterday's gathering in Hagley Park has reassured and uplifted their shocked community, a Muslim leader in Christchurch says.