A large crowd took in the action at the 12th annual Hororata Highland Games on Saturday.
Hollywood actors have reached a tentative agreement with major studios to resolve the second of two strikes that rocked the entertainment industry this year.
From snowy mountains to a picturesque fishing wharf, several South Island locations feature in a new Christmas advertisement from UK retail giant Boots.
Foo Fighters lead singer Dave Grohl made a pledge to the 27,000-strong crowd at AMI Stadium in 2015: The next time they played in Christchurch it would be for free.
A Christchurch City Council parks employee has seen his Tiktok career take off with two million views.
Ever fancied owning the Christ Church Cathedral or Hagley Park? Now you can try your luck with the city's very own custom-themed Monopoly board game.
US country music band The Chicks landed at Christchurch's Wolfbrook Arena last night. And 42-year-old dad Dan Buchanan was there for the "great performance".
A group of over-55-year-olds have hit the stage for the first time in Christchurch after discovering the joy of classical ballet.
Matthew Perry’s castmates from Friends have shared a loving tribute following his shock death at the weekend, revealing that they are “utterly devastated” in a joint statement.
Christchurch kids will have the chance to sing and dance with a former member of The Wiggles when she brings her special show to the city in December.
Organisers of New Zealand’s first sustainable Diwali festival have big plans to continue to grow the event.
Matthew Perry's family and friends have mourned the passing of the wise-cracking Friends co-star who died at his LA home in an apparent drowning this weekend.
Friends actor Matthew Perry has died after an apparent drowning, entertainment website TMZ is reporting.
Taylor Swift has officially joined the ranks of the world’s billionaires amid her hugely successful Eras tour, according to Bloomberg.
Vintage machinery and tractors of all shapes and sizes will be on show at the Ashburton A&P Show this weekend.
AM hosts Melissa Chan-Green and Ryan Bridge addressed Warner Bros. Discovery's decision to cancel Three's prime-time news and current affairs show The Project.