Leading up to the Mosque shooters sentencing, there were lots of unique problems that had to be solved first.
The 2010 September earthquake damaged thousands of homes in the Canterbury region. 10 years on and some are still waiting to be fixed.
Womens rugby is well under way with the competition heating up in the annual Farah Palmer Cup.
Saving chickens is a full time job for two North Canterbury women.
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Brought to you by the students of the New Zealand Broadcasting School: Metro News 2020
The students at the New Zealand Broadcasting School bring you Metro News for 2020.
In the first episode, Tia McDougall talks about losing kids and young people in sport
TVNZ says today is the last day they will air the popular workout classes
Youthline expresses concern after finding teen mental health is becoming a more serious problem in lockdown.
Schools 'as safe as ever' according to Otago University
25 years ago today a viewing platform in a West Coast national park collapsed killing 14 people.
This year is a little different
The good and the bad, some New Zealand media oulets are happy while others are not
New Zealanders encouraged to gather as virtual communities this Anzac Day
Today's update on New Zealand's COVID-19 cases
Emergency action needed to keep Ronald McDonald House afloat as pandemic thwarts fundraising efforts
A modified haka performed by nurses at a hospital in the United Kingdom has been deemed a form of cultural appropriation.
New Zealanders could be in the best place for a natural disaster
New Zealand Olympians question if every athlete will have equal chances at the 2021 games.
Westpac NZ is donating an extra $1 million to support New Zealand’s rescue helicopters, which are facing a serious fundraising shortfall
New Zealand media is begging for more Government funding
People diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder are now having to attend group meetings instead of one-on-one consultations.
Staff and patients are experiencing the consequences of the major shortage of mental health professionals.
The injection devices can save lives but their high cost means many people simply can't afford them.
Canterbury District Health Board receives education about gender diverse people and the health issues they are facing.
Crusaders management "devastated" and distressed" by allegation and implication of homophobic behaviour.
Today will be a fine, sunny day with cold temperatures.
Community leader backs lowering speed, but wants it lower than proposed 60kmh.