Lucy Henry went down to the regional body building competition to see exactly what goes into preparing for the extreme sport.
Can your diet be affecting your mental health more than you think?
Tired of low pay and stressful working conditions, many of our young nurses are leaving for better prospects overseas.
The developer behind the new central city farmers market is confident it will work - despite an oversupply of hospitality venues.
The marathon makes its way back to the Town Hall, farmers and MPI call for better tracking of livestock, and we head to Armageddon.
Mohammad Arafat wants his wife's visa extended as he says she's the only person that can comfort him.
According to the Christchurch City Council, the number of women cycling has increased by six percent in the last year.
The One Man Skiffle Machine turned his album release show on Friday night into an opportunity to help out the Christchurch Muslim community.
Over 90 per cent of submissions to parliament oppose the controversial euthanasia bill.
South Island tribe welcomes Green Party's call to make learning te reo Maori compulsory in schools but worries about the wording.
The Canterbury rugby team to play North Harbour tomorrow has been named.
Protests against the use of controversial pesticide 1080 happened across New Zealand on Saturday.
The crash happened earlier this morning on the Manchester and Kilmore St intersection.
Christchurch city councillor David East accuses council staff of "tampering" with district plans for Christchurch's eastern suburbs.
Banning sex workers from operating out of multi-unit complexes is "harsh", says prostitutes' collective founder.
A house on Tilford St has been left ruins after a fire in the early hours of this morning.
Plumbers say chlorine is corroding copper pipes and that the same thing happened in Havelock North before Christchurch.