"Community can't be underestimated," says pastoral care worker.
A Christchurch childrens worker says children want adult input and care.
There's no poverty if a family has love and affection, says a woman who's been there.
"Normal" childhood experiences aren't on the table for all New Zealand children.
"Parents can't afford uniforms, let alone laptops," says a budget advisor.
Test your knowledge, discover the realities and hear from Christchurch locals.
A local community prove restoring water quality is doable.
There's no guarantee of a permanent home in the local neighbourhood.
Thousands of kids prove stereotypes no longer apply.
Lollipop sticks, car tyres and needles found in Christchurch water ways spruce up.
"It’s too easy to say someone else has got to solve it," says Children's Commissioner.
Defending champions compete on home turf.
Ex-Cyclone Debbie's left its mark on our sports fields.
Tom Latham has been named captain of the Black Caps touring one-day side.
Whanganui mayor Hamish McDouall's likened the community's response to that of Christchurch's post earthquake.
Christchurch's set for a stormy day
A local innovator has a planet-friendly solution to single-use plastic bags.
Greg Newbold is skeptical about the accuracy of a wastewater drug test.
Two weeks until Easter and what's it all about?
Crusaders's coach says the Force are fighting for more than just points - they're representing their families and people.
A school nurse says the cost of sanitary items is penalising women for being... women.
Christchurch's alternative radio station plans to open a satellite studio at its original University of Canterbury home.
She has nightmares almost every night, re-living her harrowing ordeal frame by frame.