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The first quarantine-free flight into NZ for 10 months has landed with friends and family greeting passengers from the Cook Islands with an emotional welcome.
It has been a summer of change for drivers, with speed limits being reduced along some state highways in Canterbury and across NZ.
NZ's first man Clarke Gayford has shared a holiday snap on Instagram showing Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and daughter Neve playing on the beach.
Otago resident Clare Fraser joins the latest craze and discovers an amazing part of NZ - which is very close to home for many Cantabrians.
Two new direct bus services from Waimakariri to central Christchurch will start on Monday - and they will be free for the first two weeks.
While Wanaka has welcomed bolstered tourist numbers over the Christmas-New Year period, no influx of visitors has landed in Queenstown.
Franz Josef may have noticed a small boost from travelling Kiwis over the holidays, but reservations from next week onwards look grim.
Managed isolation and quarantine facilities are expected to have no spare rooms in the next two weeks.
Campgrounds in the South Island have been teeming with visitors over the holiday period, despite having no international tourists.
The new Christchurch Northern Corridor motorway and shared path will be fully opened to drivers, cyclists and walkers on Thursday from 1pm.
A person spent 39 weeks behind bars at Christchurch Women's Prison waiting to be deported because of Covid-19 travel disruption.
The new teal buses in Christchurch are causing problems for visually-impaired people who say they cannot see them coming.
Cantabrians are more likely to experience road rage than anyone else in New Zealand, a new survey has found.
Just as the aviation industry thought it had enough problems to deal with this year, an Australian airport says it is now battling a tiny species of 'keyhole wasps'.
More people were hanging around Te Anau for longer following this year’s Kepler Challenge, tourism-reliant business owners say.
A public walk or ride day will be held on Saturday from 2pm to mark the opening of the new Christchurch Northern Corridor Motorway.