People buying into high-density housing are being told by the insurance industry to do due diligence before signing a contract.
Sam Neill has shared a glass of pinot noir and a few laughs at his vineyard with touring UK funny man Russell Howard.
A multimillionaire landlord says he will ban tenants from painting homes once a new law giving renters more rights to alter places if they get the owners' consent comes into effect next month.
A Christchurch teacher took to the sky this week to learn about practical tasks like planning and executing search and rescue missions at sea.
Overseas travel isn't what it was - and won’t be for a while - so it's time to get out and see our own country. And what better way than relaxing on a train? Hayden Meikle jumps aboard the Coastal Pacific.
Opinion: I managed to keep my New Year's resolution of only buying secondhand clothes through all of 2020.
A Nelson-based bacon company was the source of a listeria contamination that left four people sick and caused a product recall from stores across the South Island last month.
A concert promoter is calling for remote South Island luxury lodges to be used as quarantine facilities to breathe life into the struggling entertainment industry.
Work is being done in NZ to save the rare but smelly corpse plant by trying to produce its seeds in cultivation.
If you have ever been a fan of The Simpsons, you will know it has a funny habit of predicting the future.
The first quarantine-free flight into NZ for 10 months has landed with friends and family greeting passengers from the Cook Islands with an emotional welcome.
It has been a summer of change for drivers, with speed limits being reduced along some state highways in Canterbury and across NZ.
New data shows the number of people searching for properties in Canterbury increased substantially in 2020, while house prices in some parts of NZ doubled over the last decade.
Otago resident Clare Fraser joins the latest craze and discovers an amazing part of NZ - which is very close to home for many Cantabrians.
A mushroom-themed education, play and foraging area is set to open on part of Christchurch's red zone in April.