They say there is strength in numbers. Does being part of a Christian community strengthen faith or destroy it?
What is the relationship between LGBTQ+ young people and the Christian church?
Women have a place in Christianity, but is it the place they want? Introducing 'A Sister’s Choice', the second episode of 'Oh My God?'
In 2019, Christianity is at a crossroads. We set out to investigate how young people feel about it today.
In 2019, our younger generation is most well known for being 'generation me', but are they? Or could they be closer to their elders?
Thousands of students marched from their schools in support of saving the climate.
Are birthday parties becoming too expensive? Elizabeth Thomson opens up an investigation
In the aftermath of the #metoo movement, society is moving forward in their understanding of sexual assault. But are we there yet?
Christchurch's Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery School is moving back into the city, eight years on from the earthquakes.
A new initiative means thousands of women will soon have better access to free or low cost contraception.
A local bakery has won big at the annual hot cross bun awards.
A small Christchurch suburb was alight with conversation and warmth at the Shabby Chic market on Sunday
The vocational education sector could see big changes this year if a proposal from the Minister of Education goes through.
A new book has arrived on the New Zealand market in the hopes of appealing to young boys and get them interested in their history.
The Ronald McDonald House fashion show is a successful event that has run for the last 10 years, and this year was the biggest yet.
A pedestrian has been hit by a car on the corner of Marshlands Road and Shirley Road this morning.
Health experts and researchers are warning people to stay away from the heavy sales of Easter eggs this season
One of the greatest battles in British history has a secret New Zealand story.
Pete Breidahl knew something was wrong straight away.
Cathedral Square was flooded with people today opposing water bottling companies shipping local water overseas
The council has voted towards spending $220m of Government funding on a new multi-use stadium, despite being confronted by protestors.
It was a big day for Christchurch nature-lovers in the CBD on Saturday.
Loburn shooting trial nears its end as defence argues ex-partner was "difficult, frazzling and uncooperative" for weeks prior to shooting.
The Government is considering a proposal to toughen up laws around home-based early childhood education.
For the first time, New Zealand will have a month dedicated to theatre, showcasing home-grown talent.
Staff were shaken after an armed robbery overnight at a Caltex petrol station on Main North Road.
Emergency services are extracting 34,000 litres of fuel from a tanker that rolled into a paddock.
A Waiau farmer has been fined $34,000 for illegally clearing riverbed land on his property.
Scammers pretend to be Spark customer service, or police, to target elderley and vulnerable.
Dementia is hitting both the DHB and families hard, as the number of patients rise.
Cashmere High is looking to win a second championship on the trot in Canterbury's school competition final.
Motorcyclist killed in fiery crash on Aldwins Rd in Phillipstown, Christchurch.
Counselors, speech language therapists and other learning support specialists are demanding better pay and working conditions.
Extra staff will make a "real difference", says Canterbury police boss.
Learning support workers will be go on strike on Tuesday following last week's primary and intermediate school teacher strike.
Two women are facing a jury trial in the Christchurch District Court for burglary of a rental property booked online.
Teachers and students gathered in Cathedral Square to march for better pay and better working conditions
Kaiapoi police are offering free coffee and a chinwag at Waikuku Beach.
Parents and teachers prepare for the primary schools teachers' strike.
City council considers rates rise for Airbnb owners after complaints about the rising number of listings in Christchurch.
Shocking footage shows a car hitting a child on a bike at the Harewood Road roundabout near Bishopdale Mall.
"UV spaghetti" and talking trees D'Light Cantabrians at Botanic Gardens show.
New book about Addington details its rich history and local legends dating back to 1863.
One of the fastest growing schools in Christchurch faces zone changes under a new Government proposal.