Palm oil under the spotlight, new book says no to bullying, and our furry friends go shopping.
We take a look into freedom camping, find out about plastic bags in supermarkets and if you need downtime, we know what can help.
The close of the Fortune theatre in Dunedin is a shock that has been felt all through the performing arts community.
Find out about what Christchurch’s canines can expect in the future, look into the theatre scene and it’s struggles and much more!
The start of May once again marks the beginning of New Zealand music month, but is it still as important as it once was?
Find out about ANZAC day, learn what's in your prescription medication and listen in on NZ music month.
Despite sightings of wild rabbits on Manchester Street companies and residents say they have never seen any.
Keep New Zealand Beautiful has released research detailing the most littered items in Christchurch.
Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker will finally step into the ring this Sunday after months of training and verbal sparring.
To mark the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in Christchurch a free all day public Pop Up Climate Exchange was held.
A climate-change-themed poetry wall was unveiled at 128 Armagh Street featuring a poem from a 17 year old Burnside High student.
'God' has had his charges dropped in Christchurch District Court.
To mark the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in Christchurch a free all day public Pop Up Climate Exchange is being held.
76-year-old Elizabeth Rose Bruce was sentenced to four months home detention after draining a trust from over $23,000 to $3
In response to the Salisbury poisoning, 20 countries around the world are expelling Russian diplomats but not New Zealand.
Victims of a Ponzi scheme worth no less than $17.5 million are upset at what they see as a minimal sentence given to the man behind it.
The service will open at 10am today and will be open to anyone who wants to talk about what is worrying them.
Tickets for the event have sold out, and additional tickets sold within hours.
Matthews will step down on May 1 and described her time as bishop as "an extraordinary privilege".
Central City Business Manager Paul Lonsdale says the city is struggling to get back to it's pre-quake night life.
Government talks with Russia have been suspended and have not resumed in light of the nerve agent attack in England earlier this month.
Striking Lyttelton port workers say their good intention to go back to work for 5 days has been abused.
An amendment enabling party leaders to dismiss MPs from from Parliament has been called an attack on democracy by Nick Smith.
Forest & Bird is appealing a High Court decision to allow a mining company access to the Westport Water Conservation Reserve.
As part of the elite World Schools Festival they will face the hosts Paarl Boys' High having ended that school's 43-match winning streak.
A fear-filled horror maze experience near Timaru is raising money for charity and also getting youth involved in the community.
A Christchurch Art Gallery fundraising campaign to recreate and reinstall Neil Dawson artwork falls short.
Heritage Park will be transformed into a horror attraction, all in the name of charity.