Work from one of New Zealand’s most significant artists will go on display at the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū this weekend.
A NZ media personality and documentary maker has revealed being caught up in an alarming swimming pool changing-room incident when a fellow swimmer took a video call in a room full of naked men.
Standing at almost 2m, Mark Labbett will never be described as petite, but after shedding a staggering 63kg in 15 months perhaps his nickname, The Beast, doesn't apply any more either.
A family of Asian small-clawed otters, bred at Auckland Zoo, will be released into their new home at Christchurch's Willowbank Wildlife Reserve later this week.
About 11,000 keen runners and walkers took to the streets of Christchurch on Sunday for the Star Media City2Surf.
Former Crusaders and All Blacks skipper Richie McCaw surprised fans of The Wiggles on Sunday by appearing as a secret guest in their Christchurch show.
Brass bands by the river, a pool party, super-sized art works, and a bike race from Christchurch to Akaroa all feature in this weekend's line-up of events.
The Wiggles reportedly received death threats over getting spots in managed isolation for their New Zealand tour.
Tony Stamp examines new albums from chucklesome Christchurch singer-songwriter Jed Parsons, golden-voiced RnB muso Jordan Gavet, and frenetic UK post-punks Shame.
Six60 will be the headline act for New Zealand’s $62million push at Expo 2020 Dubai, which starts later this year.
Lady Bubbles brought all her love and lusciousness to a pre-school story time event at Lincoln Library last week.
A former Kiwi television personality has suggested Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should "shut up" following a private conversation leak.
Another sign of normality amid the Covid-19 pandemic will return to the streets of Christchurch on Sunday when the Star Media City2Surf fun run starts.
A special one-off show reliving the war era through stories and songs will be performed in Ashburton.
Hundreds of students have taken to Dunedin's streets to celebrate St Patrick's Day, which the city's police say is "probably worse than New Year's Eve for drunkenness".
The allure of roses is universal and is not just restricted to gardens and special occasions - they will also play an important role in The Court Theatre’s latest production.