In our final episode, Grace and Natasha take a look at the women hitting the tools in the trades industry.
This episode we take a look at the issues which still surround women in sport.
This episode Grace and Natasha meet the cast of Court Theatre production, "Fresh Off The Boat" as they take a look in to Pasifika theatre.
This episode Grace and Natasha visit Hohepa Canterbury, a leading disability service provider.
In this episode, join Grace and Natasha as they explore the rise of sustainable fashion.
In this episode, join Grace and Natasha as they take a deeper look in to mental illness in Aotearoa.
In this episode, join Grace and Natasha as they take to the streets with the climate strike protesters.
New Brighton retailers are calling on shoppers to back business in the east and help revitalise the ailing suburb.
The success of the Black Ferns is giving a boost to womens rugby nationwide, but some say female teams are being treated second best.
A late dumping of snow for Mt Hutt, Canterbury's problem with counterfeit cash, and residents of Templeton fight against a local quarry.
More Kiwis are being diagnosed with bowel cancer, the Muslim community heals together, and farmers say zero carbon targets are too tough.
The crusaders have re-signed their forwards coach for another two years.
The rise of veganism in New Zealand makes a Christchurch vegan butchery as busy as ever.
UC students are calling for more staff as mental health issues skyrocket in tertiary education students.
Assistant coach Brad Mooar says the black and red side are ready to dominate on their own field
All Black Israel Dagg has decided to give up the game he loves after a knee injury.
The gardeners behind Christchurch's popular shared pantry "wanted to give back."
University of Canterbury's recreation centre gym under fire for apparently restricting women's choice of clothing.
The Christchurch Stadium, previously 'AMI Stadium', has undergone a re-brand following AMI pulling its sponsorship.
Canterbury have named their side for their round 4 clash against Manawatu tomorrow night.
"Rugby gets all the funding," says New Zealand surf organiser.
Three Cantabrian athletes are off to Abu Dhabi to represent New Zealand.
Cheese delivery guy finds New Brighton Pizza Hut full of smoke.
Three cars involved in crash at the intersection of State Highway 8 and Mt Cook Rd.
Dementia is hitting both the DHB and families hard, as the number of patients rise.
Ministry of Awesome partners with Ara Institute of Canterbury to help young entrepreneurs.
A new community car park, which funds neighbourhood projects, has opened in the city center today.
Yoga fanatics headed to New Brighton beach combing both what they love, and what is needed.