You could say interest has been out of this world as the sale process for the last remaining Futuro ‘spaceship’ house in Christchurch gets ready for lift off.
A NZ townhouse that could be mistaken for a MacDonald’s restaurant has sold under the hammer for more than $2 million.
The people have spoken - Hilary Barry has been judged the nation's favourite TV personality for 2020.
You had better be because brightly-attired children's entertainers The Wiggles are making their way to Christchurch's Horncastle Arena on Sunday, March 21.
The company that introduced shared electric scooters to Christchurch is now bringing electric bikes to the city.
Southern Lights scenic flightsSee the Southern Lights from your passenger window on a special charter flight as it heads for Antarctica from Christchurch in March next year with Viva Expeditions....
In the most selfless of acts, a Christchurch influencer has helped a Wellington couple become parents again - two years after they were told they couldn't have any more children.
Cat shows are a competitive business - just ask Dorothy Horton, the proud owner of eight cats, who has been judging them since the 1960s.
Former Christchurch Boys’ High School student Ollie Latimer knows what it is like to battle mental illness so he jumped at the chance to help design a youth health hub in the city.
Christchurch is officially in a heatwave after five days of temperatures soaring to more than 5 deg C above average on Tuesday.
Opinion: A New Zealander called Ken was rushed to the burns unit in critical condition after commenting on Hilary Barry's outfit last night, writes Vera Alves.
Judges at the REINZ national real estate auctioneering championships have been sold on Christchurch’s Ned Allison for a second time.
Hilary Barry has once again provided the perfect comeback to a viewer's mean comments on social media about her clothes.
A Queenstown house with ‘‘instant appeal’’ has won the Southern Registered Master Builders top award.
Four years on from the massive earthquake that rocked North Canterbury, farmers are finding new ways to work.
Learning how to ride a bike and navigating road rules just got a whole lot easier for children in Christchurch.