EPISODE 5: Are trans women in New Zealand getting efficient enough health care?
EPISODE 4: Your Health News: simplified and demystified with Arwen Sommer.
EPISODE 3. Your Health News: simplified and demystified with Arwen Sommer.
EPISODE 2. This episode looks at Bibliotherapy as a way of improving mental health.
EPISODE 1: Your Health News: simplified and demystified with Arwen Sommer
The behaviour of a few seems to be affecting the many, with car enthusiasts being lumped in with hoons and hooligans.
There's a push to get teenagers back and not just for the nightlife. Arwen Sommer reports.
Horncastle Arena is full of colourful and crazy dress-up characters as pop culture fans celebrate their favourite shows and movies.
The March 15 attacks have led cultural groups to once again push for a united place in the city
Our space industry could be taking off at lightspeed with the government investing millions in space technology
The Manaaki Project aims to help people recover after the terror attacks.
Christchurch's newest gallery is here to support emerging artists of all kinds.
Support Christchurch's young rainbow community in a creative way by getting some new ink.
Renowned journalist Miriama Kamo is launching a mentorship program to encourage Māori students into mainstream broadcasting.
The 2019 New Zealand Aerospace challenge is looking for teams to solve worldwide agricultural issues.
Tanu Gago's latest exhibition starts a conversation about cultural portrayals of Pacific Island men.
A Christchurch New World has an online fan club with over 300 members who all share a passion for grocery shopping.
A 26-hectare reserve on the east side of Lyttelton will get more walking and mountain bike tracks.
The winner is extensively involved in the competitive poetry scene.
The dredge, 'Fairway', is preparing for a channel-deepening project that will allow much larger ships to enter the habour.
At least 20 domestic flights cancelled and many flights diverted from Christchurch.
A million-dollar plan will keep the Lyttelton Tunnel for another two nights.
The land belonging to a man killed in the 2011 Canterbury earthquake may be turned into a memorial orchard.
Lincoln and Canterbury University have decided to collaborate, to stay at the top of land-based science, commerce and design fields.
Man, who has already served time for scamming elderly people, uses stolen credit cards while on parole.
A complaint said that bilingual signage should not be in Māori as a low percentage of people speak it
Construction of a new cruise ship berth at Lyttelton Port has come under scrutiny for posing a threat to endangered Hector's Dolphins.
New Zealand's biggest annual tech event celebrates diversity and achievement.
We need to explore how to work better together in order to grow the industry, say spokespeople at NZTech event.
Banks Peninsula Community Board delays Urumau Reserve development plan due to conflict over mountain-biking tracks.