Forest and Bird is calling out for Cantabrians to help find the Kereru.
One local lifeboat volunteer has been rewarded for her efforts.
Shes been re-elected, so whats her next step?
The Labour Party slumped to just 24.7 percent of the party vote in the General Election.
Ilam residents are outraged at the Christchurch City Council's proposed plan to provide more car parking at Jellie Recreation Park.
It was an election dogged with accusations of dirty politics and personal attacks. In Christchurch, visiting MP's and political leaders were quick to make promises to sway voters.
Devastated in the 2011 Earthquakes the safe labour seat of Christchurch East is unlikely to change hands at tomorrows General Election.
With hundreds of Red Zonded houses are disgruntled residents. Labour is hoping it can hold onto the Port Hills Electorate.
A Canterbury rugby player shaved his beard off for cancer this morning. Joelle Bautista with the story.
From Chinese Folk Dance to traditional instruments - the Chinese community performed in Christchurch today in a preview of the Chinese Terracotta Festival.
The Electoral Act contains laws against election fraud and penalties for anyone aught breaking the rules. However the voting procedures may mean that someone could be voting under your name and getting away with it.
The Christchurch City Mission is starting to prepare three apartments for families needing urgent accommodation.
National Party MPs gathered in Wellington today.
Freshly re-elected and rearing to go in her second term as the MP for Christchurch Central.
The concrete for the new Bus Exchange was poured today.
Christchurch Central was a Labour stronghold for decades, so why has it fallen to National for two elections in a row?
The newly elected Waimakariri MP is eager to get stuck in to work as soon as he can.
There were lots of smiles at a local Christchurch primary school today as well-known netballer, Irene Van Dyk paid a visit.
Its 121 years today since New Zealand Women won the right to vote.
It's Keep New Zealand Beautiful week. Joelle Bautista went down to a local preschool to see how the children are playing their part.
The Wigram Electorate has been a left leaning stronghold since it was first formed under MMP in 1996. Its current incumbent, Labour MP Megan Woods finishes her first term this Saturday. She's standing for re-election though several other candidates would like her job.
A unique celebration was held over the weekend to mark the 40th anniversary of the Wizard of New Zealand.
The Red Cross are releasing a new cell phone application.
A Christchurch Memorial Service was held to commemorate the 13th anniversary of the September 11th disaster.
Tai Tapu students have turned a local reserve into an outdoor classroom.
Federated Farmers are hoping the Government will boost the primary industries with a large investment over the next three years.
The Tenants Protection Association says increasing the accommodation supplement won't help the rental market
More than 200 Statistics New Zealand workers protested around the country today, demanding a fairer pay system.
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee is defending not turning up to a Campbell Live special marking the fourth anniversary of the September 2010 Earthquake. The Minister appeared on CTV’s Election Debate last night, calling the Campbell Live show a total set up