This week Oliver and Louise have a look at misinformation around dieting and exercise, and the pressures young people face.
This week we explore how we can live more sustainable lives by reducing our plastic waste.
This week in Issues Unpacked we explore how social media can influence our wellbeing.
New Zealand's road toll has risen every year since 2013 so what's behind the issue and what can we be doing better?
Starting the conversation about sexual health and breaking down the stigma about getting tested.
Why aren't young people fronting up to the ballot box on local election day? This weeks episode explores young people and local politics.
September marked six months on from the March 15 terror attack in Christchurch, now where are things at?
1.3 Million people have had the flu shot but supplies are running low and now the vaccine is being limited to those who really need it
As M-Bovis continues to spread, farmers are under pressure to keep accurate records of stock movements.
Teachers begin five weeks of rolling strikes, what's got Christchurch airport taking off, and why these cute dogs may not be the best pet.
Exploring what secondary students are being taught about the birds and the bees.
A New Government scheme will help young people who get youth benefits or receive care get their drivers licence.
New Zealanders are uncomfortable asking their doctor if a treatment or test is necessary.
A pedestrian has been hit by a car on the corner of Marshlands Road and Shirley Road this morning.
University of Canterbury researchers have launched an app that lets people share stories about the residential red zone.
Statistics New Zealand has released new figures showing how many children are living in poverty.
Gun City's director confirms that they sold guns to the accused shooter in 2017.
A woman is in a serious condition after being hit by a bus on Main North Rd, between Daniels Rd and Prestons Rd.
Police are hunting for a man, who tried to lure a 10-year-old girl away from her school group at the museum.
Beginning Monday is a week for all Kiwis to celebrate te reo Māori and encourages the use of Māori phrases in everyday life.
Christchurch weather should be fine with chilly breezes throughout the day.
Christchurch could be plastic straw free from next year.
All of Canterbury's eight new faces have been named to play in the opening game of the Mitre 10 Cup.
Teachers and students gathered in Cathedral Square to march for better pay and better working conditions
Parents and teachers prepare for the primary schools teachers' strike.
Rainbow Youth explores pronouns and gender diversity with new clothing.