Tributes to Ulster-born NZ cleric
A statue of an angel held in place by supporting cables, stands amid the rubble of central Christchurch, New Zealand, as the clean up from the 2011 earthquake takes place The parents of tragic Anglican cleric Lynda Patterson said they have been inundated with support, as tributes continued to flow for their daughter.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Orion reports steady profit a " capex and debt set to rise
A sound financial performance by Christchurch-based electricity distribution company, Orion New Zealand Limited, is good news for the city and the rebuild.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Akaroa: Bank on visual treats
Banks Peninsula is the result of a 6-million-year-old volcanic tantrum which left a scenic legacy of steep hills, deep harbours and a frill of picturesque bays.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
UC research investigating the Antarctic identity
University of Canterbury PhD student Gabriela Roldan is investigating how five global cities including Christchurch are benefitting from their close Antarctic connections.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Sixteen months jail for brothers who neglected horses
Two brothers who admitted ill-treatment of the horses they kept on a property near Christchurch, New Zealand, have been slapped with 16-month jail terms and a five-year ban on owning horses by District Court Judge Jane Farish.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Coup for Epic co-founder
The director of Christchurch's Epic innovation hub is looking to take the concept global, after receiving a prestigious United States government fellowship.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Visitor from New Zealand is welcomed
New Zealand visitor Ruth England, whose father Harry Lorrimer emigrated to New Zealand from Ballymena in the 1930s signs the visitors book at a reception in the Mayor's Parlour hosted by Deputy Mayor of Ballymena Cllr Hubert Nicholl.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
'Blood streaming from her head, vomit in her mouth, her dentures...
Mitt Romney will run for the White House in 2016 and will WIN, claims Utah congressman as former presidential hopeful enjoys a resurgence of support 'Blood streaming from her head, vomit in her mouth, her dentures tossed': New book reveals chilling details of vicious murder by 'lesbian' teens - and how one became bestselling detective novelist Ann ... (more)
The New Zealand Herald
Pride of NZ: Raging river An incredible rescue
Bravery and Heroism category: Shane Andrews was riding to work across a bridge when a driver distracted by the swollen Waimakariri River crossed the centre line and knocked him into the river.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Twin town: mayor of Christchurch meets New Zealand counterpart in first visit for 50 years
The Honourable Ms Lianne Dalziel, the Mayor of Christchurch, New Zealand, paid a visit to twin town Christchurch, Dorset, on a trip arranged by Christchurch Twinning Association on Friday.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
NZ dad of three dies in jet ski accident
NEW Zealand police have warned boaties to wear wetsuits in winter following the death of a man who fell into the ocean from a jet ski in North Canterbury.
BWW Reviews: The Stella Adler Welcomes the Telling Tales of...
A short and sweet informative narrative directly from the mouths of earthquake survivors comes to fruition in Munted .
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Students Want What MPs Give (only) to Themselves
In the light of massive increases in the housing perk that was announced for Members of Parliament last week, students are calling attention to the fact that the support that many students get for housing costs has not increased in ten years.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Burton's MP Andrew Griffiths helps medal winner Tony's 'dream come true'
A BURTON Commonwealth Games gold medal winner struggled to contain his 'delight' after the town's MP secured him tickets to take his granddaughter to see the event he once won - 40 years on from the historic moment.