Nurses, teachers and other middle class professionals - including those in Christchurch - are increasingly unable to buy homes in the cities where they work, with every housing market in the...
Star Home and Gardening
Three kea with lead poisoning, seven owls and just as many kererū are among the patients at a Christchurch wildlife hospital during the breeding season.
A team will begin spot checking the contents of yellow wheelie bins in Christchurch next week in a bid to improve people’s understanding of what can be put out for recycling.
A Canterbury library service is asking people to help wildlife caught up in the Australian bushfires.
Canterbury has the third highest number of Accident Compensation Corporation claims when it comes to injuries suffered while mowing the lawns.
There is just over a week left to enter the Christchurch Edible and Sustainable Garden Awards and show off you're finest homegrown veges.
A rare ‘corpse flower’ at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens has finished blooming and emitting its distinctive rancid odour.
Hayfever season in Christchurch is in ‘full force.’ Louis Day reports on the allergy that strikes many.
Philanthropist Christine Fernyhough’s new book celebrates a golden era in our history, the 1950s and 60s.
Want to attract bees and other pollinators to your garden? These easy-to-grow perennials are proven to benefit everyone, writes Rebecca Lees.
Cantabrians heading into their gardens this Labour weekend and as spring warms up are being warned about Legionnaires' disease.
A longstanding friendship with Christchurch architect Sir Miles Warren has resulted in a unique fundraising opportunity for North Canterbury Riding for the Disabled (NCRD).
Garden lovers have just a few weeks to wait until the 2019 Hurunui Garden Festival on Friday, November 1.
The root of a cabbage tree is sweeter than sugarcane. Its flowers are fragrant and bountiful and attract a vast array of birds and insects.