A podcast series featuring nine young people, who identify as part of the rainbow community.
Listen to Episode Three of The Closet - a three part podcast series discussing the LGBTQ+ experience.
Listen to Episode Two of The Closet - a three part podcast series discussing the LGBTQ+ experience.
Listen to Episode One of The Closet - a three part podcast series discussing the LGBTQ+ experience.
Meet the kiwis pioneering the technology of the future, and discover what needs to be done to prepare for a world fuelled by AI.
Farmers struggle in mycoplasma bovis outbreak, dishing up new skills in the kitchen, and female football stars make a play for the future.
New technology pinpoints emergency calls, plain packaging rolled out for cigarettes, and Manly Sea Eagles fly into Christchurch.
Survey shows teacher levels are at a record low.
Check out the weird and wonderful world of Armageddon.
How much do you know about the food you eat?
Luke Hempleman went to investigate, listen here.
Luke Hempleman spoke to residents about the issue.
Listen to current affairs from around Christchurch, broadcast on Plains FM.
Mitre 10 Megas in Hornby and Papanui are making fun of the Aussie cricket ball tampering scandal.
Justine Whitaker won three golds, breaking two records, at the NZ Masters Championship.
Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft sent home for ball tampering.
National MP Simeon Brown's Bill passed its first reading last night.
The Canterbury Down Syndrome Association threw the party of the year.
115 people died in the CTV building collapse, and now the law that stopped any prosecution is being repealed.
NZ researchers team up to create a program that can diagnose diseases.
Hollie Woodhouse is preparing for her biggest challenge yet.
Greenpeace report says krill fishing destroying pristine Antarctic Ocean.
NIWA's latest survey shows 30 of 50 NZ glaciers losing snow.
New research unravels the origins of Australian Aboriginal languages
A Christchurch inventor wants to use A.I. to eliminate predators.
DHB disputes nurse's claims that doctors are wrongly referring patients for mental health help.
The Catholic Church says its cathedral will sit untouched until a new bishop is picked.
A trial yoga programme for Canterbury nurses has some worried it could replace traditional mental health care for staff.