On Wednesday, over 2000 Cantabrian teachers fought for better conditions for the children and more time to plan and teach.
Over 23,000 people attended New Zealand’s Cup Day, but how much preparation actually goes into making an event like this?
Last week SkinCan launched an initiative which will see free sunscreen at two popular playgrounds.
After a week of voting the result is in: on the week of November 12th primary school teachers across the country will walk off the job.
City leaders want to fast track Environment Canterbury’s plan to have zero-emission transport by 2030.
‘Let Nature In’ has been the theme for this years New Zealand Mental Health Awareness week.
A nickname for Christchurch thats been here for as long as we can remember. But post-earthquake, is this slogan becoming a thing of the past
Schools battling a teacher shortage crisis, bees buzzing in Christchurch red zone, and toes tapping at NZ Dance Awards.
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Cashmere High school have proposed new zone changes to the Ministry of Education.
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15 Canterbury primary schools have gained access to 7 mental health professionals for children who are still traumatised by the earthquakes.
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They are scared for their safety with the lack of late night security and parking around the Christchurch hospital.
A spokesperson for the elderly says the exspense of GP's is the reason the emergency department is so overloaded.
A new report by the council shows Christchurch's street based sex workers are moving away from working around peoples homes.
A pilots association says it's not opposed to drones but supports Air New Zealand's call for better rules and regulations.
A year 13 student collapsed in Opawa Road yesterday morning from a medical event.
Police confirm a school boy has died this morning.
Ed Sheeran's three sold out shows this Easter weekend at the covered Forsyth Barr stadium mean big revenue for locals in Dunedin.
Property Institute and property market data company, Valocity, shows New Zealand housing has gone up over 40% since 2015.
Hundreds of online posts are paying tribute to the two Christchurch 16-year-olds who died in a car crash Sunday morning.
Nearly 40,000 people gathered at Avon river to celebrate a different culture.
The new, permanent location is part of normality returning to Christchurch, city councillor Deon Swiggs says.
The decision to restore Christ Church Cathedral gets backing from residents.