The students at the New Zealand Broadcasting School bring you Metro News for 2020.
This week on the Off The Field podcast we take a look at the rising world of E-sports and competitive gaming in New Zealand
This week on the Off The Field podcast, we are looking at the rise in popularity of basketball in NZ
This week on the Off The Field podcast we are catching up with New Zealand's top cycling prospects
This week on the podcast we spoke to a trio of young swimmers with Olympic aspirations and how they dealt with not being in the pool
This week on the podcast we speak to Dan Carter's dad, Neville Carter, Sports broadcaster, Phil Gifford and some up and coming rugby players
The traditional moving day for dairy farmers will continue as planned between May 31 and June 1 with tight COVID-19 restrictions.
While some sectors are struggling and unable to work during the outbreak, for the most part farmers carry on with their day-to-day work
New Zealand will move into Alert Level 3 next Monday.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put sports on hold around the world, with many athletes missing out on a big portion of their respective seasons.
Today's update on the number of new cases
Community rugby is an important part of most small New Zealand towns, so what does the future look like post pandemic?
African Swine Fever is threatening to enter New Zealand shores and haunt kiwi pork farmers
A man armed with a rock grabbed and threatened a Subway worker in a robbery at the sandwich shop on the corner of Barbadoes and Cashel St.
Weather and traffic: Christchurch has a balmy afternoon in store after a brisk start and heavy traffic at the start of the day.