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Indepth: Canterbury, we need to talk

Last year in Canterbury, 87 people died by suicide.  It is the highest number in the region for the past 10 years. Canterbury, we need to talk.

The importance of conserving water over the summer

The average Christchurch resident is currently using about 220 litres of water a day. What does this mean for the Council’s wellhead upgrade programme?

Buyer’s market – prices ease, property listings jump

It’s a buyer’s market for properties in Rolleston.

Couple take out Rolleston garden competition

For Marilyn and Dave Cable, being named as the overall winners in the Rolleston Residents' Garden Competition came as a surprise.

Littlejohn earns national title

Darfield bowler Hazel Littlejohn earned the confidence boost she needed ahead of the world championships in January.

Bright sparks shining out of Christchurch schools

Thomas James saw that his elderly neighbour was in a predicament. So he designed something to help.

Positive steps on Richmond Hill

Richmond Hill residents say positive steps had been made towards resolving safety concerns in their area.

City choir to sing at iconic music venue in New York...

A choir formed to bring joy to the city post-earthquakes has been scouted to perform at one of the most iconic music venues in the world. 

Sophie Pascoe the latest sports star to help Megan’s cause

Sophie Pascoe is the latest celebrity to help Megan Hore tick Disneyland Paris off her bucket list.

New coaches for Lincoln Uni

New head coach Alex Robertson and assistant Craig Dunlea will look to guide Lincoln University to a fifth straight metro rugby title next year.