Burnside High School is top of the pops again in jazz.
Young first-time voters spoken to in Christchurch say they are feeling the pressure of helping to decide NZ's future.
The oldest, the youngest and everyone in between joined in the St Albans School 150th jubilee celebrations.
Shirley Boys High musicians Tane and Aka Pakeha-Heke have been together since the womb - now the duo keep the beat going on stage.
Parents and caregivers have questioned why an age restriction has been placed on a Canterbury skate park.
Cashmere High student Anya Crocker needs your help to get to the trampoline world age group champs in England in November.
The St Albans Primary School community will celebrate the "past, present and future" at its 150th jubilee.
Issues with school, mental health, trust, emotional struggles - and the pressures of growing up - are concerning young people in the Hornby area.
After months of hard work, three young Canterbury riders can finally show off the big jumps they've built at their local bike park.
Mental health awareness will take centre stage as students from 10 high schools across Christchurch come together for the Wellies for Wellbeing event on Sunday.
A group of Christchurch high school students have proven their entrepreneurship with their decal business.
Ellesmere College has been shocked by the Minister of Education’s response to their delayed rebuild.
Young people will stop at nothing to find a way around a proposed nationwide phone ban in schools, one parent says.
There will be tears on the first day. But it won’t be from little Hudson, Molly, Indie and Quinn – these Canterbury quads are more than ready for school.
A new attendance system at a Canterbury school is helping parents track whether their children are showing up for class.