New technology is being investigated to improve the reliability of the city’s bus network.
Thousands of students were in lockdown for four hours during a terror attack on March 15. Community organisations, funded under the Government's post-earthquake Mana Ake support programme, assisted schools by helping students and families in the following weeks.
About 120 students performed to a crowd of more than 150 in the Christ’s College auditorium for the annual event.
Christchurch residents are being encouraged to have their say as a public inquiry into EQC progresses.
Canterbury Property Investments Ltd has made a resource consent application to open a multi-cinema at 90 The Runway at The Landing.
Luke Koia recently finished first at The Battle for Barber City national haircutting and beard trimming championships. He runs a salon out of his garage in Aranui.
There appears to be no solution in sight to traffic congestion at a busy intersection.
It was over a beer at a busy social pub in Woolston that Bill Vail and his friend Adrian decided the north-west of the city needed its own brass band.
It has been a long journey from North Parade, Shirley to Travis Rd, North New Brighton for Shirley Boys' High School.
A booze ban on the sidelines at rugby league games this season is a step closer.
There is still a long way to go before the number of businesses in the central city reaches pre-quake levels.
Christchurch businesses have been impacted by the terrorist attack, but experts say it is unlikely to hit the city’s economy long-term.
It is really happening. After 20 years of waiting, the hot pools in New Brighton are under construction.
Where the old town is your real-deal warts and all experience.
Prince William will visit Christchurch next month to honour the victims of the terror attack.
'This year was special'.
They've been going on adrenaline since Friday with little sleep, but they keep going, delivering food and essentials to the victims and the families of the Christchurch terror attack.
More than 30 counsellors and clinical psychologist, including some from Australia, are on hand to help with free counselling for Cantabrians. The Charity Hospital offered the same services after the earthquakes and thousands were helped.