At about 10am on Monday, almost 30 people were lined up in the rain and biting south-westerly wind, waiting for a hospital Park and Ride shuttle. They spoke to Gabrielle Stuart about the service.
Christchurch Hospital's park and ride service was set up to take pressure off the lack of parking near the hospital. But as reporter Gabrielle Stuart found out, it is not suited for wet weather.
Four-year-old Troy Campilan kisses a photograph of his daddy Noel Campilan every night before he goes to bed.
In the next year or so, this spot by the estuary will house a brand new yacht club. But there are growing concerns over the continuous erosion of the estuary edge as the tide eats away at it.
After reading a Facebook post Countdown worker Lorna McLaughlin cried - but not because of any trolls - quite the opposite.
From Maori and Pacifica to Indian and Irish, this year's Cultural Festival had it all.
A woman's Hilux rolled five times and ended up on a railway line after a crash - and she walked away unscathed.
Christ's College's captain will miss tomorrow's do or die UC Championship semi-final against Timaru Boys' High School. Now on crutches he now holds the role of being the team's number one supporter.
The Burnside man accused of a spate of arson attacks on wheelie bins has had further charges laid against him.
Police plan to hit the slopes next week – but not for the powder.
Governors Bay is to get new, improved speed signage, one year after a working group was formed to lobby on the issue.
Five promising rugby league players have been given a shot at making the New Zealand under 18 side to take on Australia's best.
Coastal Spirit captured their seventh women’s premier league title and the Hurley Shield all in the space of a matter of hours in what was a memorable weekend for the club.
Black chandeliers, an antique Chinese cabinet to show off wine - this is a supermarket with all the trimmings.
A former Sumner local wants to incorporate a sea organ into new steps at Scarborough Beach - but the idea has so far fallen on deaf ears.
For the second year in a row, a Merivale interior designer has won a top national prize.
Cashmere High footballer Max Chretian is hoping to follow in his brother's footsteps overseas to play the sport he loves.
A masked gunman who shot two women and robbed six Canterbury pubs and bars has been jailed for 13 years, eight months with a minimum non-parole period of six-and-a-half years.
A plan to provide some form of free car parking in the central city has jumped its first hurdle - but it still needs the approval of city councillors.
A dairy owner was robbed at knife point on Thursday morning for a small amount of tobacco.