A road in Shirley is blocked after a car hit a power pole on Thursday.
Christchurch swimmer Matt Hutchins has announced his retirement from the sport just five months after representing New Zealand and the Olympics.
The 25th World Buskers Festival begins today, bringing comedians, daredevils, dancers, singers and acrobats to the city for 10 days.
Witnesses have spoken about the shooting of a woman in Christchurch on Wednesday, saying it was "crazy".
Maddie Collins had to be rushed back into theatre after she received a potentially life-saving kidney transplant yesterday, because the new organ was not working properly.
Work to future-proof Christchurch's inner city roads is due for completion by mid 2018.
The annual event for is members and their families only.
901 homes have lost power in the outage.
The Fendalton, Waimairi and Harewood wards are putting $100 million into the city’s rates fund. But a community board deputy chairman said that figure doesn't always match the level of service rate payers are receiving from the city council.
Household goods, books and clothing destined for the needy have gone up in smoke.
Pascal the cat is looking for a new home.
Drone footage shows the progress of a new combined school campus on the east side of Christchurch.
It costs $2.80 for a child and $5.50 for an adult to catch the bus in Rangiora. But there was no charge for Nismo the dog who got on a Metro bus on Southbrook Rd.
An alleged kale thief, a person running a Snapchat commentary while chasing after alleged thief, a police dog and a pair of ripped shorts. Just another typical night on Blenheim Rd.
Phil Hanrahan has a good reason to celebrate.
A man was arrested after being grabbed by onlookers after allegedly breaking into cars in Cashmere.
The city council has crunched the numbers and found out what are the most popular books are in their library collection, for adults, young people and children.
A district councillor says the residents opposed to Fulton Hogan's quarry plans should be prepared to spend $150k to get 'reasonable conditions' on the consent.
New Brighton residents have been dealt another blow as a second bank announces it will be permanently closing its doors.
The popular rabbits living on busy red zone roundabouts that caused safety concerns have been given their sentence.