Mark Richardson may have signed off from the AM Show - but the presenter has revealed his next move isn't just radio.
A group of Christchurch park rangers have made a special effort to thank "inspirational" volunteer and "absolute legend" Ian Morris.
The sound of karate chops and line dancing boots will soon no longer ring out at some Christchurch community halls as groups move out due to increasing hire fees.
A Canterbury University scientist will be watching closely next year when a NASA spacecraft attempts to intentionally collide with an asteroid - and knock it off its path.
A residents' group is “extremely disappointed” with a decision not to remove the controversial rocks at Clifton beach in Christchurch.
Construction of a new lookout, opposite the Sign of the Bellbird on the Port Hills, will start in February.
During his summer holidays in Christchurch, Murray Horton and a school friend penned a piece on Communist China - and from that moment on he was on the radar of NZ’s intelligence agencies.
A new swing set at Redcliffs Park has special significance - to remember Reuben Smith who tragically died from meningococcal septicemia nearly a year ago.
Jono Horton will defend his inaugural Manu Summer Series title when the competition starts at Jellie Park on December 12.
A Christchurch home with an undulating roof and a strong sculptural presence is the Master Builders’ national supreme house of the year.
Lucky the six-year-old sheep thinks he’s a dog - and loves nothing more than putting on his lead for a brisk trot along the Heathcote River with his owner.
A group of Christchurch cyclists retraced some of the tracks Kate Sheppard and her suffragettes rode almost 130 years ago to spread the word about women’s rights.
Anthony Martin ran 100km around Diamond Harbour to raise money for Redcliffs teen Enzo Halliburton who suffered a spinal injury in a swimming accident last year.
A sculpture depicting a doorway to different dimensions is being installed in central Dunedin today.
A visit to North London provided the foundation for Vincent Holloway to bring the English-style architecture of yesteryear back to Christchurch.
Keeping up with Queen frontman Freddie Mercury’s voice is, for most musical vocalists, something akin to running a marathon in a deep sea diving suit.