Consumer NZ has announced the winners of the 2020 Bad Taste Food Awards which aim to highlight claims used to promote food products as being healthier than they really are.
Two rare paintings created by a leading 19th-century Scottish artist have surfaced in Christchurch more than 90 years after his death.
Canterbury's big cat mystery has deepened after another sighting of an animal that may be a cat or may be a panther cub.
In his new book Gangland, NZ Herald investigative reporter Jared Savage explores Christchurch and NZ's growing underbelly of organised crime and violent gangs.
Six60 have called on former Prime Minister and Arts Minister Helen Clark to support their bid to play Eden Park.
Six dogs are competing to become the world's smartest dog - a title reserved for the pooch that learns words the fastest.
Home Improvement star Patricia Richardson has revealed the real reason the hit sitcom was cancelled after eight successful seasons.
Motorists will get their first chance to drive on Christchurch’s new $290 million northern motorway from next week.
Auckland's giant 18m Santa has arrived at its new South Island home - and its owner is hoping the figure will eventually lose its "creepy" tag.
The Australian Outback is an extraordinary lifestyle, says a couple who are giving their children experiences few others will ever have.
On a clear day, Akaroa hums with locals and visitors walking the promenade, swimming or cruising on the warm waters of the harbour, and exploring the town's mountain backdrop.
Westfield local hero and Riccarton barber Matt Brown doesn't just cut hair - he's also on a mission to help men cut toxic masculinity out of their lives.
Canterbury designers took out several accolades at the 2020 ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Awards on Friday night.
The Chase has The Dark Destroyer, The Beast, The Governess, The Vixen and The Sinnerman - and now a new Chaser has made his debut on the quiz show.
When the winner of a $5.5 million Lotto Powerball prize went unclaimed for almost a month, officials took the unusual step to try to find the ticket-holder.
Colleen Cole started Highland dancing as a five-year-old and 76 years later she is still immersed in a quintessentially Scottish passion in Christchurch.