Vote for the young artist whom you think should create a mural on the youth outpatient building at The Princess Margaret Hospital.
About 260,000 people around the world log in every day to play a new online video game developed by Christchurch studio Digital Confectioners.
Dancing with the Stars 2022 has been hit by the spectre of Covid as the cast enters semi-final week resulting in one celebrity leaving the show and an eliminated contestant returning in their place.
A video of an app rideshare driver ordering a couple out of his car after a woman made offensive comments about taxi and Uber drivers has created a storm online.
In spite of the inevitable hills, I declined the offer of an electric bike on the Kaikōura and Molesworth hills because I have my own internal combustion engine, writes Elisabeth Easther.
The British Hotel in Lyttelton has a new owner who plans to restore the cornerstone building to its original status.
The first scheduled international flight to Queenstown Airport in 330 days is set to touch down soon.
With building supplies becoming more expensive and scarce, constructing a home from the earth is a solution some people are embracing.
A bright red railway jigger that celebrates Canterbury's history and heritage has found a new home in Rolleston.
For two Dunedin creatives, working together on a new book helped them navigate some tough times. Rebecca Fox talks to Lynley Edmeades and Saskia Leek.
Australian music legend Jimmy Barnes has finally set a date to perform in Christchurch - and fans don't have long to wait.
We're pretty good at filming American cowboy and western stories in the South Island but New Zealand has plenty of wild west and ghost-town tales of its own, writes Ewan McDonald.
North Canterbury’s Gore Bay Tourist Drive is a classic Kiwi detour, leading you along storied coastal nooks to geological wizardry and a sky-high place to stay above the clouds, writes Mike Yardley.
Kailia Posey, the former star of beauty pageant reality series Toddlers and Tiaras, has died just weeks after her 16th birthday.
Well known Le Bons Bay resident John Stuart has published a book about his childhood in Little River in the 1950s and 1960s. Reviewer Gary Brittenden casts an eye over it.