'To turn around and have this sort of rubbish thrown in my face, I find quite offensive to be quite honest.'
Elizabeth Van Til gets up at 5am for a run, completes half marathons, works and still manages to fit in a lot of volunteer work.
A former disgraced National Party candidate is making another bid to enter politics.
The cost of the March 15 terror attack has reached the $6 million mark for the Canterbury District Health Board.
The appointment of the city council’s new $495,000 chief executive looks set to become a major political issue leading into October’s local body elections.
Community cooks retire after one last lunch.
“A similar sort of project anywhere else in the city seems to sort of go through with consummate ease.”
The $1.2 million repair of a damaged stretch of New Brighton Rd is set to begin in October and be finished by March next year.
Five more patients in Canterbury hospitals have died from complications of the flu.
Jim McLachlan is no longer an angry Scotsman.