Education experts and researchers are urging the government to fund a more progressive approach to harm prevention and drug education.
Urine testing is the most common approach, however, some experts are critical of the method's effectiveness in judging cannabis impairment.
Mutu is a peer-to-peer rental marketplace that will enable its customers to borrow and lend items which would otherwise be collecting dust.
Four out of ten cars in New Zealand fail their WOF, is it time to introduce vehicle maintenance skills in drivers license tests?
University of Otago social anthropology lecturer, Susan Wardell, has been running an online dream diary from the comfort of home.
New startup, Swiftly.nz, is providing free online storefronts for businesses who must move their sales to a digital platform in level 3
When news of the seriousness of the growing pandemic reached Antarctica it was almost too little too late for 15 Kiwi explorers.
COVID-19 community testing clinics are being introduced in hotspots throughout the country.
This is the work of syndicate 5 where we were tasked with investigating New Zealand's identity in the media.
Sumner speed limit may be reduced to 40kmh, while part of Ferry Rd in Woolston could be reduced to 30kmh.
The Ministry of Awesome and Ara Institute of Canterbury are teaming up to provide students an opportunity to show off their coding skills.
Against Racism Ōtautahi has teamed up with an artist to create posters that tell the real struggles of people in Christchurch.
New pool will be a place of not just activity, but a cultural landmark for Linwood and Christchurch.
But Spark mobile network manager says your microwave is more dangerous than 5G.
Crusaders management "devastated" and distressed" by allegation and implication of homophobic behaviour.
Those travelling in from north of the city should expect delays due to congestion on the northern motorway coming past Kaiapoi.
The transport logistics of primary school winter sports tournaments have led to requests for a layover bus parking zone on Harper Ave.
A new blue light filtering screen protector has arrived on the New Zealand technology market with guarantees to reduce digital eye strain.