Despite Aotearoa being in lockdown, New Zealand Music Month will go ahead, with Kiwis encouraged to support local artists.
Thousands of missionaries were placed around the world when COVID-19 struck, forcing one Christchurch teenager to leave the Phillipines.
Noise control will be busy when house parties return - but how much ratepayers money should be used to quieten down a good time?
With doors to hairdressers and barbershops still shut, home haircut jobs will have to continue.
Matt Waipouri went to Vanuatu for his brother's wedding. Then COVID-19, Cyclone Harold and a forced quarantine joined in on the action.
Environment Canterbury has this afternoon granted consent for the 'Roydon Quarry' near Templeton to go ahead
$17 million of wage subsidy payments will be repaid after a Government audit has found businesses to be acting unlawfully.
ECan will announce on Friday whether Fulton Hogan's controversial 'Roydon Quarry' will go ahead
Canterbury high schools will re-open for some students next Wednesday, but the majority will continue their studies remotely.
Canterbury schools will be able to open next Wednesday, but only for those unable to stay home.
Canterbury greenkeepers have been able to return to work, saving millions of dollars worth of damage to their sports.
Level 3 lockdown procedures will allow some restaurants to reopen, providing a little bit of financial relief.
The entire music industry is feeling the effects of Level 4 lockdown, from artists to those working behind the scenes.
All money raised will go to the 'MusicHelpsLive' organisation, which will support musicians and those behind the scenes affected by COVID19.
The demolition process began in March, and remains on track to be complete by December.
Cricket club won't be allowed to build new cricket nets at Elmwood Park.
A selection of All Blacks have held an exclusive skills and drills session for children affected by the terror attacks of March 15.
Laurence Pithie has been representing New Zealand at the UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships.
It's National Mens Health Month, and local country rugby clubs are doing their bit to help the cause.
Teams that enter the Riccarton Knights dungeon at Crosbie Park should be set for a more pleasant stay.
In seven days, Finance Minister Grant Robertson will share details of the first ever "well-being" budget. What should we expect?
Oderings Garden Centre in Mairehau is responsible for the smoke looming over the central city this morning.
In its 34 years of existence, St Thomas's rugby 1st XV has never beaten the mighty Christchurch Boys' High. Now they have.
The popular Lake Roto Kohatu Reserve is on its way to receiving new toilet facilities, more parking and better access.
Eight of Ōtautahi's top barbershops have cleared their schedules, opened their doors for walk-ins, and come together under one banner.
Eight golds, two bronze medals, numerous awards – and the monkey off their back.
Gareth Morgan is gone and TOP wil soon follow suit, but a roadshow in Ōtautahi revealed the party will continue.