The Hornby police are seeking the owners of two sums of money recently found in the area and handed in.
Restaurant manager Paul Thomas Foster fiddled the loyalty card system at the Speights Alehouse in Bealey Avenue to get himself nearly $17,000.
Entering of a plea on a charge of murder has been deferred for a man who is continuing to undergo psychiatric evaluation in Hillmorton Hospital.
The chief executive of Christchurch company Black Box Spatial Ltd has admitted deceiving an insurance company into paying out more than $700,000 in business interruption insurance after the earthquakes.
The man accused of being Linwood’s plum sauce burglar remains in custody after a series of glitches has prevented hearing of his bail application.
A Samoan man had to kneel for some time during a reconciliation meeting between families that followed a bloody street brawl in Spreydon.
Lighter sentences should be considered for Maori offenders because of their “environment of deprivation”, Christchurch lawyer James Rapley is arguing in front of the Court of Appeal.
An intellectually limited man has ended up on remand in prison where his defence counsel believes he will be “toast”.
A man facing 10 charges of causing loss by deception over an alleged petrol scam has been remanded without plea by a registrar at the Christchurch District Court.
A judge has taken a strong stand to protect vulnerable late night workers such as bus and taxi drivers.