Between 2012 and 2016, 603 young people took their own lives. Mental health services are doing all they can. But is it enough?
Women's football in New Zealand is fast developing as an equal to the men's game.
Farmers struggle in mycoplasma bovis outbreak, dishing up new skills in the kitchen, and female football stars make a play for the future.
The city is making moves to include furry friends in more of our favourite places.
Schools battling a teacher shortage crisis, bees buzzing in Christchurch red zone, and toes tapping at NZ Dance Awards.
When the QEII facility was demolished following the 2011 earthquakes, New Brighton struggled without it.
Every year, the country's top dancers descend on Christchurch to battle it out for the national title.
Christchurch marathon weaves through a construction zone, QEII reopens to the public, and NASA touches down.
Food parcel demand in Christchurch has reached an all-time high and the Salvation Army is calling for more help than ever.
We take a look into freedom camping, find out about plastic bags in supermarkets and if you need downtime, we know what can help.
We admire athletic feats and heroic quests for gold, but the consequences can be serious.
Find out about what Christchurch’s canines can expect in the future, look into the theatre scene and it’s struggles and much more!
A new report says doctors and pharmacists are not telling patients about side-effects of prescribed medicines often enough.
Find out about ANZAC day, learn what's in your prescription medication and listen in on NZ music month.
The Christchurch City Mission says Cantabrians are struggling to survive post-quake.
Brought to light by a Cambridge Analytica whistleblower, the largest privacy breach in Facebook history is changing social media forever.
The social media giant refused a complainant access to their own personal information from other user accounts.
The company behind a revamp of Victoria Square says it is about finding a balance between safety and what the people want.
Carol Hirschfeld resigned after reports revealed a December meeting with Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran was pre-planned.
The Taxpayers Union is questioning why private sponsorship wasn't considered for the 2021 event in Auckland.
The world's largest social media network was unaware of a disastrous privacy breach affecting millions of users.
More than 13 million air travellers voted from over 105 countries at this year's World Airport Awards.
Cambridge Analytica allegedly used information obtained from over 50 million Facebook users to sway elections around the world.
A Chinese bottling company has drilled a 170m bore into a Christchurch aquifer, despite council warnings around public water supply.
Cycle Action network spokesman says abolishing mandatory helmet use is about giving riders a choice.
New Zealand professor who knew Stephen Hawking says the 76-year-old was one of the world's best.
The government has announced it will be part of the United Nations-led CleanSeas campaign.
An AA spokesman says changes have made it difficult for Police to comply with their own policy on car chases and pursuits.
After a $7.6 million dollar project over thirteen months, Victoria Square is back where it belongs.
The Dragons played out a goalless draw with ISPS Handa Premiership title challengers Team Wellington on Sunday.
Despite an exciting election campaign young people are taking their time to enrol.
Former Silver Fern star Julie Seymour will be assistant coach for the struggling Tactix next year.
Up and coming futsal stars help Kiwi teams to easy wins in cup series.
Christine Lloyd was on the brink of retirement when she decided to make the journey of a lifetime.
The decision to restore Christ Church Cathedral gets backing from residents.
Christ Church Cathedral's restoration is expected to attract money from overseas donors.
The Christchurch Arts Centre has launched a new outdoor exhibition to represent hope and renewal in the earthquake-damaged city.