That's a wrap! It's the final episode of Not Your Usual Ball Drop!
Get ready to sail-a-brate episode 13 of Not Your Usual Ball Drop! Michael Denton is a blokarting world champion.
At just 20 years old, Chelsea Ruiz has represented New Zealand three times for Korfball and is now working towards another world champs.
Emma Derrick is a star member of Dead End Derby's Living Dead Rollers team - the highest ranked B team in New Zealand for roller derby.
Woodchopper, Pete McEwen, first started competing in the Wood Chopping Men’s Open at just 15 years old.
We have Andrew Williamson, NZ's second highest ranked male in Aikido (a Japanese martial art) for episode 9 of Not Your Usual Ball Drop.
The "weight" for episode 8 is over! Shea Crotty was recently presented with the first NZIFBB Natural Pro Card for Figure.
Is it a bird, is it a UFO? No, it's a Frisbee! We're flying into episode 7 of Not Your Usual Ball Drop.
We danced our way into the next episode of Not Your Usual Ball Drop! Karry Summers is a multi-award winning pole dancer.
Tayla Bruce, a Blackjacks lawn bowler, stepped up to the mat for the 5th episode of Not Your Usual Ball Drop.
Le's get thrown into the fourth ep. of Not Your Usual Ball Drop. We have New Zealand's up & coming Lacrosse striker, Jacob Hall.
We got ourselves into a bit of a pickle for the third ep. of Not Your Usual Ball Drop - a web series focusing on minority sports.
NYUBD - a web series focusing on minority sports. We have New Zealand's very own five-time Asia-Pacific downhill skateboarding champion.
NYUBD - a web series focusing on minority sports. First out of the blocks is New Zealand's silver medal winning heptathlete Lexi Maples.
Meet the Coffin Dodgers: dodging death, and the rough.
Christchurch is the worst city in the country for not using seatbelts or correct child restraints.
The marathon makes its way back to the Town Hall, farmers and MPI call for better tracking of livestock, and we head to Armageddon.
Kmart is relocating one of it's Christchurch stores to the other side of town and not everyone is happy.
New Zealand's transgender community has key roles in a five-episode web series.
Wanting to do a DIY home improvement but can’t afford the cost of tools and equipment?
The latest project from Gap Filler has Christchurch central swinging in a hammock forest.
April 6, World Table Tennis Day: a calendar event that’s not so celebrated.
Ryan Crotty is leaving New Zealand Rugby at the end of the year and hopes to go out with a bang.
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel has spoken out on the mosque attacks.
A Christchurch man stole up to $143,000 worth of goods to pay for his $600-a-day meth habit.
Road between Templeton and Rolleston needs to be patrolled more, says transport agency.
Hundreds of people walked through Timaru to remember those taken by suicide.
About 45,000 or 13.4 percent of Māori men have gout arthritis, a condition caused by a build-up of uric acid in the blood.
Three occupants of a crashed car fled the scene leaving behind a seriously hurt girl.
A dedicated bus lane is proposed to run along Main North Rd, between Harewood Rd and Grassmere St.
St Andrews College are the favourites in Friday night's Secondary Schools premier hockey final against defending champions Christ's College.
A group of Selwyn House students are launching a bike promotion campaign in October.
Ara Institute of Canterbury students annoyed with dirty and expensive washing machines.