A canine behaviourist has given Metronews some tips to keep dogs happy when their owners return to busy schedules after lockdown.
A UC Mechanical Engineer is working on a prototype 3D printer that uses hybrid laser beams to speed up printing without reducing accuracy.
CEO of the Ministry of Pacific Peoples said COVID-19 updates would be broadcast in nine different Pacific languages on multiple platforms.
US glaciologist Kiya Riverman spoke to the US Embassy Youth Council in New Zealand about what scientists have discovered in Antarctica.
Two countries, two very different COVID-19 fatality outcomes - Italy and NZ now find themselves stuck in a similar economic situation.
The Blister Twister is a device that people with arthritic or sore hands can use to open Medico Paks.
Today's update on New Zealand's COVID-19 cases
From the original milk bottle opener Milk Mate to the Nitrolingual spray pump, 75-year-old Pete Chapman has created it all
The Nelson SPCA has come up with some creative ways to introduce potential pet owners to animals using modern technology.
A Kiwi who lived in New York City during the COVID-19 outbreak told Metronews what life was like inside America's most virus-stricken city.
Thousands of young Kiwis embark on a journey overseas each year, however, their plans this year became more of a challenge than expected.
Three US college swimmers from New Zealand have not let lockdown get in the way of preparation for their next swim season.
The Tasman town’s Top Up Box food delivery recently began service to a number of vulnerable members of the community.
A Kiwi family in Vietnam can leave quarantine, as the possibly infected group who used the same gym tested negative to the virus.
A New Zealand family living in Vietnam is having to self-quarantine because they may've come into contact with the virus.
A Colombo St dairy has been robbed. Three teenagers are accused of the crime.
Ara Institute of Canterbury staff are being warned not to open emails claiming to expose their use of explicit content.
Strike planned after district health board fails to offer pay increase following first strike by pharmacists.
Truck driver Casey Winter receives threats from angry group after pleading guilty to reckless driving causing death and injury.
Hornby residents fear the 1974 Commonwealth Games legacy will be lost without a memorial of Stanley Denton at the park.
Nearly 4000 eager Cantabrians got the chance to tour the NASA and German Aerospace Center's modified Boeing 747SP aircraft.
City councillor Deon Swiggs backs the climate emergency declaration.
Christchurch is in for a cool, foggy start this morning with sunny skies expected mid afternoon.
Canterbury District Health Board receives education about gender diverse people and the health issues they are facing.
Safeguarding Children programme praised for helping those working with children and youth respond to child abuse and neglect.
Facility needed for those lacking father figures and good role models, says local politician.
Health Ministry to fund psychologists, PTSD specialists, resettlement experts and family violence workers in response to mosque attacks.
Riccarton residents are "thrilled" with the Harrington Park playspace renewal according to a community survey completed last October.