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Drop-in sessions leave residents dissatisfied

Residents who live near the controversial Harewood, Breens and Gardiners Rds intersection have called drop-in sessions “a waste of time.”

Controversial Riccarton Rd plan revised

A median strip on Riccarton Rd will be changed to ensure there are no barriers to emergency services.

Men stabbed during brutal road rage incident

A gang prospect is facing multiple charges after a random road rage incident.

Canterbury leads NZ in police pursuits

The number of police pursuits in Canterbury has almost doubled in the past five years.

Police target people posting anti-Muslim material online

A former probation officer was visited by police who said he had posted anti-Muslim and anti-Government messages online and asked if he had firearms.

Join mosque survivor on the Peace Train

A survivor of the mosque shootings will lead a Peace Train on bikes around Christchurch.

New Brighton’s new voice

The New Brighton Residents Association has kicked back into action to ensure the voices of residents are heard on big decisions in the area.

Pets, pies and cellphones – police look to crack down

If you eat, drink or use your phone behind the wheel, chances are you’ll see flashing lights.

Police say bullying is a matter for schools

Parents have been calling police over incidents involving name calling at schools.

Well-known businessman to make bid for city council table

A well-known businessman is making a bid to oust three-term city councillor Glenn Livingstone.