"It’s going to be a full house," said Selwyn Sounds promoter David Parlane ahead of the event on Saturday.
Radio host Mike Hosking has backtracked on comments he made after an interview with PM Jacinda Ardern on his radio show - and has issued an apology to one of his ZB colleagues.
Paul Deans was sifting through some limestone he was given from the earthquake-destroyed Oxford Terrace Baptist Church when he made a prehistoric discovery.
Radio host Mike Hosking said he doesn't want PM Jacinda Ardern back on his radio show after an interview on Wednesday morning.
The Jordan Luck Band will cap off their biggest NZ tour in more than a decade with two shows in Christchurch in September.
Courtroom drama "The Trial of the Chicago 7" and jazz period film "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" were the big winners at the Screen Actors Guild awards, while Schitt's Creek won best TV comedy.
It will be the end of an era in Christchurch on April 30 when the city's last United Video store shuts its doors for good.
A team of experts will begin assessing the viability of the merging of TVNZ and RNZ into one new public media entity.
Following a successful recruitment drive, internationally-acclaimed a cappella group Christchurch City Chorus is looking forward to their next show on April 10.
Are tui New Zealand’s most photogenic bird? The winning images of Canterbury Museum’s Amazing Animals! photography competition suggest they might be.
A new book chronicles the life of Sir William Manchester, who was instrumental in the development of Burwood Hospital's burns unit.
A flyride proposed at Hanmer Springs will whisk passengers down a 500 metre course on Conical Hill in little over a minute.
The Court Theatre has apologised and is recasting a role after complaints from the transgender and gender diverse community over a new play.
Former Bachelor NZ contestant and 'Christchurch landscaper' Naz Khanjani, who previously criticised quarantine and downplayed Covid-19, has been granted an emergency MIQ spot to return to NZ.
Most TV hosts cultivate an image of being preened to perfect - but Seven Sharp's Hilary Barry is refreshingly candid about life when she's not in front of the camera.
A Christchurch virtual reality expert is helping to transport people to a psychedelic and colourful world at this year’s Dunedin Fringe Festival.