The nationwide lockdown meant the cancellation of many university graduation ceremonies, but some crafty graduates this week didn't let the news burst their bubbles.
Residents are urging others to pick up any rubbish they see during their neighbourhood walks - but some are worried it is not safe due to coronavirus.
One new Covid-19 case has been announced in the Canterbury region, bringing the total number to 53 cases.
Emulating kindness in times like the Covid-19 pandemic is crucial according to Belfast community worker Damian Ardell, who dedicates his life in service of others.
A move to further tighten visitor restrictions at Christchurch hospitals has impacted many patients and their families.
No new Covid-19 cases have been recorded in Canterbury over the past 24 hours, with the total number remaining at 52.
Three new Covid-19 cases were announced in Canterbury today, with the region's total now standing at 52.
As the nation hunkered down for their first weekend in lockdown, our emergency services were busy continuing to keep New Zealanders safe.
Canterbury's total number of Covid-19 cases has risen to 46, the Ministry of Health reported on Sunday.
Cantabrians have been left stranded around the country and overseas as they struggle to get home due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
A new pen pal initiative has been set up in Christchurch for rest home residents in a bid to combat loneliness during the lockdown.
Teddy bears are lining the windows of Christchurch households as they take part in a global movement to brighten children's days during the Covid-19 lockdown.