A family known for their creative teddy bear displays during the lockdown will release a book next week to raise money for Christchurch foodbanks.
Home and Gardening
More than 1000 people turned out to show their support for the Riccarton Bush market over the weekend.
A unique attraction created before the lockdown is now available for visitors to enjoy at the reopened Christchurch Botanic Gardens.
Five members of the community have been selected to be part of a new group that is going to help transform the city’s red zones.
Cancelled earlier this year due to Covid-19, Christchurch's first Grow Ō Tautahi garden festival will now take place in 2021.
Hundreds of unwanted pets are getting the chance to find new homes under alert level 3, with the SPCA now offering "contactless adoptions".
Some plastic items that would have been recycled will now have to be put in the red kerbside collection bin and sent to landfill.
There was a big decrease in the number of houses sold across New Zealand over March - but the Canterbury market has not grounded to a halt.
A flock of New Zealand's rarest forest birds has been released into the Canterbury high country as part of a recovery programme for the species.
Residents and staff at a Christchurch rest home have got into the Anzac spirit, in spite of being stuck in lockdown.
Celebrations have been a little unusual during the lockdown - and it's no different for Christchurch's Aldy Butcher as she counts down to her 100th birthday.
A retirement village in Christchurch has taken part in a charitable campaign to honour murdered British backpacker Grace Millane.
Turley Farms Chertsey, in the heart of Canterbury, is among a growing number of farms turning to sunflowers as a rotation crop to use between plantings.
Among the first regulations National would scrap, if elected, would be Labour's proposed rental regulations and the newly introduced heating standards, leader Simon Bridges says.
A small brigade of protesters have reached Parliament's grounds with a key message to politicians over tiny houses.
Climate change is throwing beech forests out of synch, a new study co-authored by a Canterbury University scientist has found.
Countdown is trialling the sale of produce wrapped in paper rather than plastic as part of a 10-week programme to test the viability of reducing plastic.