A new programme teaching former refugees and migrants bike skills kicks off in Christchurch this month during the Biketober Festival of Cycling.
There has been another supposed sighting of a mystery big, black cat - this time on the outskirts of Christchurch.
The owner of a 4ha slice of paradise overlooking Christchurch has been working with locals to transform the spot into a recreational area for the community.
Kiwi artist Natasha Matila-Smith’s confessional messages - from off-hand revelations to her innermost desires - are set to go on display at Hagley Park.
Canterbury Museum is marking its 150th anniversary today with cake and a new exhibition that includes rarely-seen taonga (treasures).
Oscar-winning film directors James Cameron, Clint Eastwood and Martin Scorsese have joined forces with movie theatre owners in an appeal for financial help, fearing for the industry's future.
Christchurch band Adam Hattaway and The Haunters have released the new single and video, ‘Wasting Our Time’, ahead of their gig at Cassels Blue Smoke on October 31.
A Banksy artwork was auctioned off in NZ last night for a record $126,000 - twice what it was predicted to reach.
A couple's frantic search for their 'kid-napped' baby goat has had a happy ending, with the much-loved pet back in his owners' arms after wandering far from home.
There's a treat in store for NZSKi season pass holders tomorrow, as Coronet Peak reopens just three days after it closed for the end of season.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is juggling being a mum with leading the country - but she's reminded us again that "it takes a village" when it comes to raising her daughter Neve.
A disabled parking spot next to steps leading up to a ramp has left visitors confused as to how it could be helpful for those with disabilities.
Lorraine and Graham Robinson are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary next month with a family outing on the Kaiapoi River Queen.
It seems like a simple enough photograph but the internet is divided over what they're actually looking at here.
The first of the godwits have been welcomed back to Christchurch after their eight-day, 11,000km return flight from Alaska.