With libraries and shops closed and essential items being prioritised over books, there has been an uptake in audio and e-books.
An increase in family violence sparks support organisations and Police to establish a working group to support those in unsafe bubbles.
Newshub journalist opens up ahead of his two-part documentary, Patrick Gower:On Weed, which aims to better inform the public about the drug.
Pop-up theatre gets $50,000 to set up and operate new 100-seat venue on The Terrace next month.
The man, whose identity is suppressed for now, has pleaded not guilty to stealing $37,500 worth of the e-scooters.
Christchurch has picked up the award for the Most Electric Vehicle (EV) friendly town of the Year at the EVworld NZ Champions Award gala.
The alleged hit-and-run driver who had been on the run from police for nine days has been charged with murder.
The manhunt for Liam Strickland is over as he was arrested by the Canterbury Armed Offenders Squad on Friday evening.
A cold rainy weekend in Christchurch didn't stop 15,000 fans turning up for Armageddon.
Police are looking for a man, who allegedly assaulted a supermarket employee in Edgeware.
Mosque attacks prompt event organisers to enforce new rules and tighter restrictions on props and imitation weapons.
Christchurch libraries are getting behind Techweek with technology help drop-in sessions and other creative workshops
The Ministry of Awesome is a starting point for entrepreneurs, startups and innovators in Christchurch.
Weekly lunch break catch ups help to encourage entrepreneurs and innovation.
Event is about "more than just our phones and laptops... [it's] about finding solutions to the problems we face", says festival manager.
City council to discuss $21 million Linwood-Woolston community pool, which could open late 2021.
New Zealanders may have an extended wait for Samsung’s new Galaxy Fold.