A series of journals by a trailblazing Canterbury author, which were locked away for decades after his death, have now been revealed.
Last year Seven Sharp host Hilary Barry kept the country entertained during lockdown with her Formal Friday posts - and now she's brought it back.
Waimakariri District Libraries has earned a top spot at an international music competition after composing an original song and music video about how much they love their libraries.
Christchurch City Council has offered a $1 million loan to the New Zealand Agricultural Show if Covid-19 restrictions force the event to be cancelled for the second year in a row.
Only Fans, the social media site that has become notorious for allowing anyone to create and sell pornographic content, is banning sexually explicit material in an attempt to clean up its image.
What Now, NZ's longest running and most successful children's television show, was launched in 1981 from a Christchurch studio.
A new star is born in the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s latest new contemporary production The Firebird, choreographed by Laughlan Prior.
A broken leg and a job redundancy were exactly what a Christchurch couple needed to fulfil a dream they’ve never had time to embark on.
The NZ Government is pulling some financial support for the Lord of the Rings TV series after a decision by Amazon Studios to shift production of future seasons to the UK.
Hilary Barry has taken to Twitter to celebrate Give Us a Clue's ratings and alluded to the show's not-so favourable reviews.
An eclectic mix of Kiwi rockers from the bands Dead Flowers, D4 and Ekko Park, fronted by Exponents lead Jordan Luck, are headlining the 65th Contact Alexandra Blossom Festival.
"Mark it in your calendars and prepare to call in sick," said ski operators, predicting the best snow of the season.
Images of an 800-year-old carving have gone viral after the X-rated art was uncovered in a public church.
The Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson's new novel Her Heart for a Compass has been released ahead of her appearance later this month at WORD Christchurch.
Ōtautahi-born artist Em Walker (Waikato-Tainui, Ngaati Tiipaa) has revealed a new TE KAAHU waiata - the exquisite E Hine Ē.
New Brighton artist Nathan Ingram - also known as Dr Suits - is behind a vibrant new mural brightening up the east Christchurch red zone.