Canterbury woman Jane Potts was recognised as a ‘Covid hero’ for her work volunteering as a St John ambulance officer during the lockdown.
Bernadette May is the first female principal at Tai Tapu School in the Selwyn district. She spoke to Devon Bolger about her passion for education and well-being.
Feather Shaw is the co-owner of Christchurch venue, Darkroom. Matt Slaughter spoke to her about supporting Christchurch musicians and her background in the arts.
Lee Barraclough talks about his business Skydiving Kiwis, which is set to launch a new attraction soon that will see people skydive out of a helicopter onto Sumner Beach.
A goal of becoming self-sufficient in food and natural medicines has grown into a burgeoning business for a Banks Peninsula family.
David Harvey served for 40 years in the police, retiring in 2017, and has now been made a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit. The former detective senior sergeant spoke to Matt Slaughter.
Iconic Akaroa restaurant Bully Hayes will be renamed after the recent controversy over claims the name honours slavery. Jess Gibson talked to owner Wayne Jones about the future of the business.
Anne Richardson has been protecting and breeding native flora and fauna at the Isaac Conservation and Wildlife Trust in Canterbury for 28 years.
Siana Fitzjohn talks about her work with Extinction Rebellion and mounting opposition to a coal mine expansion in Canterbury.
Natasha Oliver has been managing donations for struggling families for three years. The Rakaia resident speaks about her work with the Selwyn Kindness Initiatives group and her passion...
Lincoln University graduate and Halswell resident Ash-Leigh Campbell has been named Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year. She speaks about the achievement and what it's like to manage 8000 cows.
Vicki-Anne Parker's love of community service and giving back inspired her to start the NZ Gifts of Love and Strength charity.
Leonie Corry co-founded the Ellesmere Food Bank in 1995, providing food for families in need. She spoke to Devon Bolger about helping the community and receiving a Queen’s Service Medal.
Globe-trotting architect James Lunday is highly sought after around the world. He speaks to Louis Day
As the conditions across Canterbury get drier, we need more volunteer firefighters like Cam Kenyon on the frontlines.
Seven years ago, Jed Joyce was selling gelato out of a mobile cart in Christchurch at the age of 15 - now he owns three Rollickin’ Gelato stores across the city.
Lincoln Envirotown Trust chairman Dave Fitzjohn talks to Devon Bolger about his work with the environment and how he ended up in the Selwyn district.
Steve Bush started working at Trees for Canterbury nearly 30 years ago. More than a million trees have been planted in that time. Having just been recognised in the recent New Year Honours list, he...
It's shaping up to be a big year for the central city with convention centre Te Pae opening in October. Louis Day talks to its general manager Ross Steele about what to expect from the facility.