Devon Bolger sits down with this week’s guest Duncan Webb to talk all things Christchurch.
Devon Bolger sits down with this week’s guest Glenn Livingstone to talk all things Christchurch
Devon Bolger sits down with this week's guest Aaron Keown to talk all things Christchurch
Devon Bolger sits down with this week's guest Anne Galloway to talk all things Christchurch
Devon Bolger sits down with this week's guest Raf Manji to talk all things Christchurch
Metro News journalist Devon Bolger sits down with councillor Deon Swiggs to talk all things Ōtautahi .
Devon Bolger sits down with councillor Jamie Gough to get his opinion on the issues facing Christchurch
Palm oil under the spotlight, new book says no to bullying, and our furry friends go shopping.
New technology pinpoints emergency calls, plain packaging rolled out for cigarettes, and Manly Sea Eagles fly into Christchurch.
In the midst of the teacher shortage, a new type of learning is sweeping through the nation's schools.
As the city's nightlife continues to rise so does the public's late night hunger, are we missing a vital part of our cityscape?
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Christchurch has half the swimming facilities it had before the quakes and no longer has an Olympic sized pool.
Christchurch lost a huge portion of its swimming facilities after the quakes, including QEII's Olympic sized pool
Christchurch feminists are calling for the removal of a sexist billboard.
Ed Sheeran's concerts attracted not only Dunedin residents.
A Christchurch duck is travelling to Wellington for surgery on his stump and to potentially receive a 3D printed prosthetic leg.
Port union members are feeling hopeful they'll reach a resolution with the port company now that the CEO is back in the country.
Residents of the first area to have their water chlorinated in Christchurch are 'absolutely gutted'.
Around 200 Lyttelton Port workers took to the streets to protest pay and safety concerns on Thursday.
61 year old Darryl Lawrie McCartney who threatened Animal Welfare Inspectors was being sentenced at the time.
The pre-trial date for two men charged with importing $50 million worth of methamphetamine into Christchurch has been set.
45-year-old Sudan suddenly became sick at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya last night
Lincoln University and the Department of Conservation are teaming up to meet a desperate need for staff in the parks and recreation sector
A motorcyclist collided with a truck in the early hours of this morning.
Bettering the Christchurch environment one straw at a time.
Striking Lyttelton port workers say their good intention to go back to work for 5 days has been abused.
Putin won with a larger margin than the 2012 election.
Andre Hopman's business already faced hardship earlier in the year, and this is just 'the icing on the cake.'
The strike was originally put on hold today and tomorrow as a sign of good will to Christchurch
about 200 members met today and reaffirmed the rejection of LPC offers
Rail and Maritime Transport Union could not settle disputes with Lyttelton port.
One woman's bid to get rid of pests has caught on with Bank Peninsula residents.
The Department of Conservation's Takahē sanctuaries are nearly full thanks to big breeding numbers.
Student film 'Moko: A Film about a Maori Poet' has won the Berlin Student Film Festival.