Sunday, April 30, 2017
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New school adapting to changing world of tech

Conan Fee, head of the new Canterbury University School of Product Design, on the changing world of business and how to encourage creativity

Hospital boss turned down car park

Health Board chief executive David Meates has revealed he refused his own car park, choosing to face the same parking challenges as his staff.

Two men allegedly robbed a Woolston dairy

Two men attempted to rob a Woolston dairy on Saturday night.

Teddy bear wants to be reunited with owner

Police would like to speak with anyone who can identify the owner of this teddy bear.

Inmate spends a month in hospital after brutal Christchurch attack

An inmate who suffered life-threatening injuries in a brutal attack at Christchurch Men's Prison is still in hospital a month on from the incident.

Small fire in Sumner school grounds

A small fire was lit in a Sumner school grounds on Saturday afternoon.

Diesel tank on fire in Wigram

Firefighters were called to a 200L tank of diesel on fire in the middle of Vickerys Rd in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Scott Guy murder accused Ewen Macdonald out of prison, playing rugby...

The man accused then acquitted by a jury of murdering Feilding farmer Scott Guy is enjoying his freedom by playing club rugby in Christchurch.

Readers photo competition: Pink flamingos

The winner of The Star's weekly photo competition.

Mt John Observatory’s new partnership

Canterbury University's Mt John Observatory has teamed up with the country's third largest airline to fund the research facility.