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Beam Head of Operations, Locky Cooper talks about the service and emphasises safety is important.
New e-scooter service, Beam, launches in Christchurch with safety as its number one priority
ESR scientist, Dr Olga Pantos says the study is “vitally important”.
'Vitally important' work on impact of microplastics in Lyttelton Harbour underway
Philip Arps
Man sent to prison for 21 months for distributing footage of Christchurch terrorist attack appealing his sentence
To prepare, residents in Sumner have been attending workshops.
As seismic activity increases, tsunami experts visit seaside Christchurch suburb to prepare
The severe form of pneumonia is three times more common here than previously thought.
Study reveals NZ has one of the world's highest rates of Legionnaires' disease
An unprecedented number of Muslims gathered at the end of the Islamic holy month in Christchurch, in honour of their lost brothers and sisters.
Christchurch sees unprecedented turnout to mark Ramadan's end, honour terrorist attack victims
Ornamental Arabic lantern
Investigation underway after false information posted on Islamic Association's website proclaiming end of Ramadan
Man pleads not guilty to charge of attempting to murder cop in Christchurch incident
They are the first regions in New Zealand to do so.
Nelson joins Canterbury to become first regions in NZ to declare state of climate emergency
Teen denies mosque video charges, remanded on bail
With more staff comes a higher operational cost.
Westpac rescue helicopters set to double staff numbers for training purposes
Ao Tawhiti School was forced out of the city after the earthquake.
Ao Tawhiti's new $30 million school opens in central Christchurch
The students set up a workshop in the aftermath of the Christchurch terrorist attack.
University of Canterbury's Muslim students get safety tips in workshop with police
Teachers can access the resource to help address issues like anxiety and fear.
Online tool helping children manage their emotions rolled out in Christchurch
Philip Arps
Businessman pleads guilty to distributing objectionable material after sharing Christchurch attack videos
CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND - MARCH 15: Police officers cordon off the area after gunmen attacked the two mosques and fired multiple times during Friday prayers in Christchurch, New Zealand on March 15, 2019. At least nine people were reportedly killed in shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, local media reported Friday.

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Man, 18, charged with possessing objectionable material relating to Christchurch terrorist attack granted bail
International advocates have joined the fight to protect Hector and Maui dolphins.
Calls for ban till trawling in bid to save endangered dolphins
Heath Morris, 20, admitted to the murder, and to burying the body in a paddock.
Prison ordered for Canterbury teen who admitted to bashing 20-year-old to death as he slept
Connect Chiropractic runs off a koha system where patients pay what they can afford.
Christchurch chiropractor promotes koha system, with clients paying what they can afford
Sumner Road will again connect the coastal villages of Lyttleton and Sumner.
Christchurch road closed since 2011 earthquakes finally set to re-open
Authorities say the disease is circulating citywide.
Around 100,000 vaccines to be given out in Canterbury as measles outbreak hits 22 cases
Cloud Ocean Water have revealed plans for a second plant near their Belfast site.
Over 1000 Cantabrians turn out to protest plans for second water bottling plant
Five new pools will be included in the $4.3 million redevelopment at Hanmer Springs.
Hanmer Springs announces new $4.3 million dollar development that includes 13.5m hydro slide
Linwood was rocked by a large bang coming from the laundromat, with two people suffering moderate injuries in the explosion.
Two injured in explosion at Christchurch laundromat - 'I was just woken to a huge bang'
Video: Kendrick Lamar fans, 16,000 strong, bounce in unison in Dunedin
Mayor Lianne Dalziel says it's a "fantastic facility".
Watch: Take a look around the new $38.6 million Taiora: QEII Recreation and Sport Centre in Christchurch
Otago students have come out in force for the annual dress up party.
Dunedin police beef up numbers for infamous Hyde Street student party
Isreal Folau of Australia after the The Rugby Championship match between Argentina and Australia at Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham - 08/10/2016
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Opinion: Israel Folau's homophobic beliefs have no place in society - let alone rugby
Opinion: Australian ball tampering cheats have scammed cricket fans everywhere and Steve Smith needs to face the consequences
The alarming figures come as 2018 marks the 125th anniversary of women getting the vote in NZ.
Despite great strides being made, women take backwards step when it comes to senior workplace positions