A man is in a serious condition after falling in concrete on Monday.
A man allegedly filmed by a Christchurch homeowner leaving her property denies that he was caught in the act of a burglary.
A petition from 23 households calling for the removal of 19 healthy trees has the city council now consulting on the option.
West Melton School finished as one of the top teams in the 2017 UC Education Mud Run on Sunday. The school’s team, the D*O*T*S, made...
A city councillor has lashed out over spending on the new airport gateway arches.
The 120-year-old historic community hall is being repaired by a Governors Bay contractor - work is planned to finish early October.
Selwyn House pupils have won bragging rights and two rather large trophies in an international problem solving competition.
Nor West News readers respond to an article on red light runners putting pupils at risk.
Police broke up a fight involving five people on Monday.
Residents are concerned with not only with the state of the cliff faces but also the seawall.
"I can remember in the first few months meeting a young guy, he would have been about 12, and he’d bike to the chairs, and he would sit there and chat to his mum."
A group of retired gardeners are planning to create a public park in Christchurch the size of nine rugby fields
How many words do you need to tell a story? Not many, according to these writers.
A Christchurch club noticed that some schools were not taking part in their competition. They soon realised it was mainly lower decile schools, where money was scarce. So, they did something about it.
Just when we thought things couldn’t get any more difficult for our underfunded Canterbury District Health Board they have been dealt a proverbial kick in the guts, says MP Megan Woods.
Volunteers have been celebrated by the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board.
A special concert to mark 25 years of music with the Risingholme Orchestra was celebrated on Sunday.
Treaty educator and Green Party candidate for Christchurch east, Cathy Sweet, believes New Brighton has all the ingredients to become a magnet for ecotourism.
A poster-child for big-box classrooms, Haeata Community College opened its doors six months ago. It's not been without its critics, but principal Andy Kai Fong says it'll take time to educate the community about what they're trying to achieve.
St Margaret's College netballer Caitlynne Hill got to meet her favourite Mainland Tactix players on Wednesday night.