Readers respond to an article on whether the New Brighton fireworks should be moved.
OPINION: Scott Robertson is being talked about as a strong candidate to be the All Blacks next next coach, but there's every reason he should succeed Steve Hanson.
A district councillor says 'shaking your fist and cursing the workers once the quarry is operating will be pointless'.
Opinion: Selwyn Waihora Zone Committee chairman Allen Lim writes about the its commitment to protect and enhance biodiversity in the zone.
OPINION: One benefit of being in Opposition is that you have more time to spend out in the community.
OPINION: Don Gould talks about the changes to Cranford St and surrounding areas following the completion of the Christchurch Northern Corridor.
Selwyn MP Amy Adam writes about how the area is more afforable for first home buyers.
Readers respond to an article in The Star on the proposed new look for Cathedral Square.
Yes it comes with a price tag, and yes you had a right to know, writes Mayor Lianne Dalziel
Waking up severely hungover at 6am on Saturday morning I had to contemplate wether the near two hour drive to Fairlie on easily the coldest morning of the year was worth the payoff of watching some rally cars.
Mayor Lianne Dalziel explains why the earthquake symposium will be held.
With the delivery of Labour’s much anticipated Budget last month, we saw many broken promises by the Ardern-Peters’ Government.
Redcliffs Park was to be sacrificed for no good reason in this game of political football, write Chris Doudney.
Everything that makes Redcliffs Park a great site for a park, also makes it a great site for a school, writes board of trustees chairman Darren Fidler.
OPINION: Zahra Hussaini is an active part of the refugee and migrant community. In this article she talks about recent Iranian New Year celebrations
A walkway on red zone land beside Richmond Hill Rd would be the best way to improve pedestrian safety, says a resident.
Mayor Lianne Dalziel says ECan does not need to slash bus routes if it puts into place the city council's suggestions.
Dallington resident Patrick Boland talks about city council's 'Snap Send and Solve' app and when it has and has not been effective for getting problems solved within the community.
Readers respond to Environment Canterbury's proposal to cut some bus routes in the city.
Consultation on the city council's Long Term Plan opens on Friday. Heathcote ward city councillor Sara Templeton explains what the LTP is and why you should care.