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Safety concerns for park to be addressed in carpark project

The concerns were raised following an assault at the skate park on a South New Brighton woman in February.

Lincoln business ditches disposable cups

The Lincoln Pantry has switched to using reusable cups only - and is challenging other businesses to do the same.

Aidanfield Christian School win Canterbury quiz heats

Aidanfield Christian School have taken the top spot in the Canterbury heats of this year's Kids' Lit Quiz championships.

Christchurch amateur winemakers win shield

A winemaking society which was originally formed in New Brighton has won the Toner Shield for the second year in a row.

Search for missing woman Emma Beattie will be used as training...

The search for missing Fernside woman Emma Beattie will be used as a major training event for authorities this weekend.

Farmer critical of road maintenance

A fifth generation Akaroa farmer has criticised the city council, saying they are failing to complete preventative road maintenance.

Watch: Christchurch’s cowgirl off to Texas

American quarter horse rider Sally McPherson is preparing for the biggest competition of her life.

Family accuse fraudster and Christchurch businessman over Kerry Blair’s disappearance at...

Wealthy Christchurch businessman Alasdair Cassels and convicted fraudster Mike Swann have been accused by family members of being involved in the disappearance of a missing Marlborough Sounds charter skipper.

Youths vandalise homes, businesses and former school

A group of about 10-12 youths have vandalised a part of Aranui, causing damage to businesses and homes and driving up insurance costs.

Traffic signals to be installed earlier at busy roundabout

Traffic lights could be installed earlier than planned at a busy roundabout.