Tuesday, November 20, 2018


Further action taken to bring psychologist into Dallington

The Coastal-Burwood Community Board has held a seminar to discuss what needs to be done to bring a disaster psychologist into Dallington.

Residents didn’t know chair was on quarry advisory group

A residents group fighting to stop the Fulton Hogan quarry near Templeton didn't know its chairman was on a community advisory group set up by the company.

Nurse in cancer battle

Anna Philips has spent 11 years caring for patients undergoing cancer treatment. The 36-year-old has been diagnosed with bone cancer while on maternity leave after having her third child.

Watch: Lyttelton’s infamous goat man and Airbnb housing problem

Lyttelton's ghostly goat man, Airbnb's pushing people out of their homes, the flashest loos in the country plus a look a new series casting a spotlight on Canterbury's suicide rate.

Rangi reunited with lost family

Rangi Downes has been reunited with a family that helped him 65 years ago.

Condor Sevens tournament beckons for St Thomas

St Thomas of Canterbury College will make only their second ever appearance at the Condor Sevens national secondary school tournament in Auckland.