Where to go? What to study? All big decisions. How can you make sure it doesn't get too much?
Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat - they need no introduction. But is social media having a negative impact on our lives?
With prices at an all-time high, finding affordable options can be difficult. But does that mean you'll be paying too much for too little?
As a country that is proud of its clean green image, what have we done to the animals that inhabit the space?
The Crusaders are teaming up with Bayleys to fight bullying - that's the word straight from the horse's mouth.
We take a look into freedom camping, find out about plastic bags in supermarkets and if you need downtime, we know what can help.
The council and police are running a campaign to ensure cyclists have bike lights on properly ahead of the winter months.
Find out about what Christchurch’s canines can expect in the future, look into the theatre scene and it’s struggles and much more!
Man's best friend has never been so free with Wellington allowing pets to ride public transport. But what about Canterbury’s canines?
The zoo could soon be the only place to see New Zealand's native animals.
Find out about ANZAC day, learn what's in your prescription medication and listen in on NZ music month.
New research from Keep NZ Beautiful shows Canterbury is the second worst place for litter in NZ.
The Commonwealth games have kicked off and METRONEWS has everything you need to know about the event.
Para-swimmer Sophie Pascoe will lead the New Zealand team out at the opening ceremony on Wednesday at the Gold Coast.
Joelle King and Paul Coll are both seeded second and are the highest ranked players in the world to compete in the singles events.
The council has backed a scheme which will lease houses from private landlords and make them available to Christchurch's homeless.
The Christchurch City Council has teamed up with Keep NZ Beautiful to make graffiti removal kits available to the public for free.
Batten down the hatches as 120km/h winds are expected to shoot through Canterbury and much of the South Island.
PlaceMakers and the NZ Police teamed up to engrave license numbers into tradies tools so they could better identify them if they get stolen.
Port strikers will take to the streets after negotiations with Lyttelton Port Company fail.
Scientists return from a six-week voyage with research on Antarctica's 'marine protected area'.
The port was closed on Tuesday night as workers from the Rail and Maritime Transport Union continue their strike over pay and safety.
NZ First MP Shane Jones is standing strong on his criticisms of Air NZ pulling out of regional areas.
A review of the Ministry for Primary Industries threat management plan has been called for after five Hector's dolphins were found dead.
A couple appeared in court today charged with stealing a small fortune from an elderly widow through a computer system.
Hunters need to be certain that a deer is in their sights, not a person - as they grapple with 'buck fever'.
The National party has weekly meetings to keep their Young Nats safe
The Green Party has given National 42 extra chances to question to government during parliamentary meetings in a controversial move.
Fresh allegations involving Young Labour in Christchurch
Orana Wildlife Park is playing host to an educational programme aimed at teaching young kids from low decile schools about conservation.
The Rail and Maritime Transport Union has forced the port to remain closed , demanding better wages and safer conditions.
A tree expert says the council needs to keep up signage to save protected trees.
The festival aims to celebrate the diversity of Christchurch - but it's popularity has some wondering why it's not hosted at Hagley park.
Christchurch trains stop running as six protesters lock themselves to railway lines.
Kiwis are mucking into to help cleanup rubbish and dirty waterways as part of a nationwide campaign.
Nearly 100 Greenpeace supporters have taken over Environment Canterbury's foyer demanding democracy and cleaner rivers.
A New Zealand entrepreneur is asking the public to plant trees as a way to counter the affects of Trump's aggressive policy changes.
Does Ara need a security increase? Proposed new emergency stations are one way the student council wants to improve student safety.