It’s proven when dementia patients sing it helps them with their memory but this movement is struggling for funding.
A disc golf competition on the Port Hills highlights how popular the new sport is becoming.
The first public effort since February's fires has taken place.
It's the place where people gather to create community and individual projects.
Volunteers have been creating tree cages to keep rabbits out, in an effort to begin replanting on the Port Hills.
Crash on Sherbone Street and Bealey Avenue intersection.
The Waimakariri District has New Zealand's priciest rubbish bags, but they're set to become more expensive.
Christchurch ice hockey player Chris Eaden is playing for the New Zealand ice hockey team in the world championship.
A local school's youth worker said young people get into trouble because they're bored.
New Brighton Olympic Athletics Club set to benefit from runners participating in the Tai Tapu Run Festival.
Mountain bikers ready to compete in Craigieburn Forest this Sunday.
Veteran Canterbury cricketer Peter Fulton retires.
One lawyer said it's illegal to rebuild the Christ Church Cathedral.
Party goers shut down by police after neighbours complain.
Sociologist researcher and author Jarrod Gilbert talks about his six years with gangs and his process in creating a new book.
The Ray White 'Duke Festival' has been kicked off in New Brighton.
Keagan Girdlestone spent seven months in hospital after a crash in which he broke multiple bones and had a cardiac arrest.
Christchurch's Monck's Bay Yacht Club has sailed into their 125th year of life.
The Rangiora Show Grounds will host the North Canterbury's Relay For Life this weekend.
The rain and cloudy weather will be sticking around for the rest of the week in Canterbury.
New Zealand investigative journalist Nicky Hager released his newest book in Wellington on Tuesday and now he's touring the country promoting it.
Seddon experienced eight small earthquakes overnight.
More than 50 artists will sell their work this weekend at the 'Forever Art' exhibition to raise funds for the Heart Foundation.
A quake-damaged building, which has been empty since the 2011 earthquakes, will retain its vibe by keeping some of its graffiti.
When funding doesn't cover the costs, who should pay the bill?
Christchurch buildings won multiple awards at the New Zealand Wood Resene Timber Design Awards last week.
The Hurunui District is struggling after four years of drought, occasional fires and earthquake damage.
The National Party have released their plans to change the retirement age but other parties don't think it's a wise move.