No changes are in the pipeline to reconstruct a busy intersection in Upper Riccarton – in spite of there being more than 100 crashes over the last 19 years.
The Cockayne Reserve car park has been used as a dumping ground for too long, says Kim Money.
Join co-owners Nick Paris and Max Hoffman as they give CTV an exclusive first look around Christchurch's newest theatre, Lumière cinema in the Arts Centre.
Luke Alderton is not letting his spinal injury slow him down. He is studying law at Canterbury University and is captain of the Canterbury Bolts powerchair football team.
Serial sex offender Lloyd McIntosh was sent back to prison after abusing staff at his Christchurch supported accommodation it can be revealed. McIntosh, one of...
Flu and colds are ravaging Canterbury but the worst could be yet to come, health officials warn.
Jake McLellan says the central city needs someone to listen to residents, not developers.
Weak, soft ground has seen a bridge on the controversial $240 million Northern Corridor redone.
Linwood College celebrated their diversity during their annual Festival of Nations recently, with 54 countries being represented.
After falling from 9000ft in a skydive to celebrate his 90th birthday, Elwyn Judson has his sights set on reaching 100 so he can do it all over again.
Detective Senior Sergeant Neville Jenkins said police are finding that a lot of the crime is happening in Bishopdale, Burnside and Redwood because of a lack of security.
Brighton Gallery is a "healing place" allowing its members to find tranquility through art.
Six controversial lights proposed for Hagley Oval could tower over the park at nearly 50m tall.
Peter Rabbit, Bugs Bunny, Rodger Rabbit, Thumper, Jack Rabbit and the Easter Bunny.
A plan to cover at least the next 100 years of managing every aspect of the city's water is in the pipeline.
If you have enjoyed the balmy May weather – more could be on the way.
Veteran radio DJ James Daniels is the latest addition to the city council race.
After a break of 30 years, the combination of Canterbury Special Olympian Kyle Harpur and coach Mene Mene have won their first medals.
Heavy trucks short-cutting through a residential street in Hornby are continuing to frustrate residents.
Brian Ward wants to track down a man he says helped to save his life after a health episode on the number 60 Southshore bus back to Shirley.