“We have had a lot more dog beatings. We have had two prosecutions in the last year for dog beatings and possibly more to come.”
The bumper stickers have appeared on the back of cars, on children’s school bags and even on community food shelf.
City council chief Karleen Edwards remains undecided as to whether she will reapply for her job.
The highly publicised Harvey Weinstein case appears to have had an impact on the number of sexual assaults reported in Canterbury.
A secret record-breaking rocket launch attempt by Canterbury University students has ended with a grass fire.
Lime scooters have taken the city by storm. But they could soon be a thing of the past, making way for new modes like hoverboards, ogos (a hands-free wheelchair), segways, e-unicycles, velomobiles and two-seater pod cars.
Canterbury para-athlete Montana Brown, 15, was named the most promising athlete at the Halberg Games 2018. CTV caught up with the Cashmere High School student to find out more about the determined young teen.
Gerry Brownlee’s electorate chairman is standing for the city council.
Phallic-shaped marks remain on the Margaret Mahy Family Playground in spite of an attempt to get rid of them.
All frontline police in Christchurch are carrying firearms in the aftermath of Tuesday night’s suburban shootout.
He's competed at two Paralympics, now Parafed's Hadleigh Pierson is making sure more Canterbury athletes hit the national and international stage.
The youngest name written on Waata Keating's ute is a 12-year-old girl.
Richard Peebles can take the hits. He was told to 'bugger off three times' before convincing the Government to sell him the land to build his $80m Riverside development on.
A contentious apartment build site has been targeted by vandals.
A Prebbleton nursery has been stripped of up to $10,000 worth of plants after a break in.
Gangs are using women to target unsuspecting men who are then being beaten and robbed.
Hornby resident Ross Houliston is calling for action to reduce fire risks at Denton and Kyle Parks.
A row has broken out over noise issues at Ruapuna Speedway.
A Horby resident who was integral in stopping Denton Park being turned into a mega facility may put his name forward in the local body election.
The city’s fourth most dangerous junction could become a T intersection in a bid to reduce the number of crashes.