Six years after the earthquakes, is Christchurch's tourism industry flourishing or faltering?
Tourism companies are increasingly using social media to advertise, Lauren Jones finds the pros and cons of such a wide reaching platform.
Are we doing enough to help the environment with our fashion choices, Lauren Jones finds out.
World blood donation day has just been and Lauren Jones shows us just how easy it is to donate.
Sitting next to smokers is an unpleasant experience, now cafes and bars in Christchurch are encouraged to go smoke free
A petition has gone viral to try and get rid of the 15% GST on sanitary products.
Rain was not as bad as Kaikoura had prepared for.
Christchurch should have a break from rain over the weekend.
Residents are finding used condoms in hedges and sanitary wipes in letter boxes, while construction workers have stood on needles.
State Highway One between Peketa and Goose Bay has closed again after being open for under 20 hours
Christchurch's St Andrew's College have beaten 11 time winners Christ's College for the Maadi cup.
New Brighton residents have voted to keep the huts locals created.
A screening of a documentary at Environment Canterbury has highlighted the negative impacts of the fashion industry.
The impact of the earthquakes on the collective mental health of Christchurch people will be discussed at a public lecture tonight.
Christchurch based claimants group EQC Fix held a public meeting in Kaikoura last night to inform residents about their insurance policies
The Ray White Duke Festival of Surfing hopes to make waves in New Brighton and bring the community together.
It may be Autumn, but the week ahead is looking to be warm with some cloud and scattered showers.
Rock painting, hiding and finding is the newest craze taking off with New Brighton kids.
After a dismal wet wintery start to the week we are looking to hit the country's top high of 28 today.
The second test match between NZ and South Africa starts today, while Canterbury and Otago enter the third day of their first class match.
After a four-month investigation, GNS science has found around 21 faults ruptured in the 7.8 magnitude November quake.
MetService is predicting cloud to clear early this morning and it should heat up to 19 degrees.