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In the fifth episode, Kate Davey and Carmina Blewett take a final look at culture and society's impact and influence on relationships
In the fourth episode, Carmina Blewett and Kate Davey uncover what society and culture have meant and will mean for relationships
The Cost of Love discusses the sacrifices, attitudes as well as the emotional and material price we are willing to pay for our relationships
The Cost of Love podcast explores the sacrifices, attitudes as well as the emotional and material price we pay for our relationships
In the first episode, Carmina Blewett and Kate Davey take a look at media's relationship with love
What's in your fridge may speak for more than just your cravings
Products are selling like hotcakes for two businesses supplying Christchurch with much-deserved sweet treats.
No new deaths for the second day of Alert Level 3
A Christchurch family has avoided Coronavirus twice over, with Paul Clark and daughter-in-law, Kelley, both testing negative.
With global tourism on hold, COVID-19 is changing the topic for globetrotting writers.
For a small Christchurch start-up, things are looking bright, despite stumbling upon initial lockdown hurdles
While man is restricted to physical distancing, so is his best friend.
Cantabrian Sam Moore is finding inspiration in making art for a future hope during national lockdown measures
Face-to-face interactions may be down, but the social support network won't be stopped when it comes to reaching out.
20 new cases for lockdown day 20
The award-winning musical, Miss Saigon, opened on Friday evening in the city's Isaac Theatre Royal.
A local post-punk electronic trio are giving new life to traditional music performances.
Several Filipinos from around Australasia will be stepping into the limelight in the production of Miss Saigon.
Housing Christchurch has welcomed the proposal of some $50 million.
The Aotearoa Vapers Community Advocacy claim the Cancer Society's approach to vaping will cost lives.
Darryll Park, one of the city's candidates for the top job, has announced his stance against illegal substances and their impact on crime.
Haeata Community College's temporary closure has lifted today after classes were suspended due to suspected viral gastroenteritis.
Staff and patients are experiencing the consequences of the major shortage of mental health professionals.
Christchurch can expect a fun-filled evening with the inaugural Latin Street Party to light up New Regent Street on July 20
Educational providers are being called upon to curb the prevalence of bogus work.
Christchurch's much anticipated #chchswing nears completion.
'Suspicious' fire in Peter St a week after another arson in the same neighbourhood.
Weather and traffic: Christchurch has a balmy afternoon in store after a brisk start and heavy traffic at the start of the day.
Christchurch's latest pre-loved clothing store is saying no to fast fashion.
Lumiere d'Akaroa attracted triple the expected numbers on Saturday night.
New facilities for popular Lake Roto Kohatu Reserve may be insufficient, public feedback submission suggests.
Since November 2016, Jucy Snooze has been offering travellers Christchurch's only cellular-styled accommodation.
The popular Lake Roto Kohatu Reserve is on its way to receiving new toilet facilities, more parking and better access.
Protesters gathered in Latimer Square to unite in the push for cannabis law reform.
Youth-focused hip hop initiative will celebrate its first anniversay this month.
New Zealand artist Simon Denny's exhibition is presenting art in a fresh way at the Christchurch Art Gallery.