In this episode of Kiwi as, a web series about all things New Zealand, we venture into the depths of comedy to find what makes it unique.
A seven-part web series about all things New Zealand.
Rugby dives into the world of the sport and New Zealanders affinity with it.
Communities are made up of a diverse range of people. This episode explores Christchurch communities post-quake.
'Māori' dives into the values of the culture and their application to 21st century sectors like health, education and tourism.
Episode three of 'Kiwi as' a web-series about all things NZ, brings a panel of experts together to talk all things nature.
Diving into the history of female leaders and what makes them special.
Taking a look at New Zealand food culture and where the industry is headed.
One in four New Zealander's live with insomnia, a debilitating sleep disorder which ruins more than just their time in bed.
Changing Christchurch from the garden city, to a city where anything is possible.
For Rebecca Tupaea, life in Christchurch social housing unit once sitting empty due to red tape is an "awesome new start".
How does inclusive marketing help the disabled community?
Moodshift run by Gapfiller brought happiness to people's day.
Graffiti in Christchurch comes in many forms, but they do not always share the spaces.
The Foundry bar at the University of Canterbury is moving to a shiny new building.
What sets 0800 Hungry apart is they deliver, on both their promises and their food.
Riverside markets set to open, some tiny creatures are in danger of death, and will woman's rugby take the lead?
The future of the baches is riding on the council’s decision, about whether they will be granted a 35-year licence.
Small dance fees quickly add up to big bucks and teachers can not lower their prices. Emma Turton checks it out.
The Tearfund Ethical Fashion Guide for 2019 was released yesterday.
Some businesses included in the 2019 ethical fashion guide are rejecting the assessment.
Canterbury Museum is running a moa egg hunt for kids these holidays.
The Cogo app is connecting businesses and people to benefit the planet.
St John of God Halswell and the Menzshed are building a tiny home for wheelchair users.
One woman in New Zealand is collecting bread tags to be turned into wheelchairs for people in South Africa.
After personal experience with mental illness Ofel Epicorus has started telling other people's stories.
The Asia-Pacific Tree Climbing Championships were held at the Botanic Gardens this weekend.
The Divergence Festival of madness has created a space for people to feel accepted.
The Christchurch Symphony Orchestra has been performing in libraries throughout the city to make music more accessible.
After eight long years, the people of Christchurch returned to celebrate.
A small white dog attacked the lone seal at Pines beach near Kaiapoi.
University of Canterbury's recreation centre gym under fire for apparently restricting women's choice of clothing.
Nunchucks-owner has "fitness-tool" returned and charges dismissed in the Christchurch District Court.
Beginning Monday is a week for all Kiwis to celebrate te reo Māori and encourages the use of Māori phrases in everyday life.
Agency charged with the city's tourism and economic development pushes raise Christchurch's GDP by 23 percent within 10 years.
The online travel agent, like Expedia, will boost Chinese visitor numbers to the South Island.
Robert Reed wanted people to openly talk about their mental health, so he created "Let's Chalk About It" to do that.
Boy racers and Port Hills fire prompt calls to lower speed limit on Port Hills roads.
The annual youth awards night recognised young people who "make Canterbury a beautiful place to live".
Kaikoura Seafood BBQ places high on Lonely Planet's "Ultimate Eat List" of 500 food experiences.
An Otago student chose to do it to get fit, now he believes he cannot stop as he runs for charity.
The four-week 'Wonderful Me' programme at Riccarton Baptist Church highlights the unique qualities of children and brings them together.
Lincoln and Canterbury University have decided to collaborate, to stay at the top of land-based science, commerce and design fields.
Plumbers say chlorine is corroding copper pipes and that the same thing happened in Havelock North before Christchurch.
Skiers evacuated from chairlift at Mt Hutt after power cut at ski field.
Rosie Carroll has created a new market, which is, as she says, "somewhere that I would want to shop".
This Saturday, August 4, at Exchange Christchurch (XCHC) is your chance to do just that.
Canterbury is one of the only regions with an awards night just for the young people.
Eight men learn the basics of cooking in a community group
Small CBD cafe caters to business people who just want to duck out for a coffee on their 10-minute break.