Christchurch Life

More couples seek fertility help

Dr Sarah Wakeman

A new technique allows women who are not yet ready to have a baby, to freeze their eggs for later use.

Review: CSO

Amanda Atlas In a city the size of Christchurch the performance of a gargantuan work such as Mahler's Symphony No 2 is a rare event.

More about Moore

johnny moore Bar owner Johnny Moore is a champion for small business in the city. Beck Eleven finds out more.

We're the new Pops Choir

luke di somma A new pops choir is ready for a big production, reports Will Harvie.

City food forest is growing closer

food forest Plans for a network of public food forests in Christchurch are starting to take root.

No punishment for food blunder

supermarket Council unlikely to face consequences for a blunder which left food outlets unlicensed.

$110k to fix Botanic Gardens kiosk

A quake-prone tea kiosk looks may be strengthened and re-opened in time for summer.

Press brewer aims for a 'cool' ale

Cooking classes a recipe for success

Student designers stun

Hannah Peart More than 500 people came to see Christchurch student designers showcase their work.

Gym gear gets colour kick

Walking through sports gear stores, the walls are a sea of colours and patterns, each more outrageous than the next.

Introducing Kate & Brendan

'The man of my dreams'

Boys also keen to impress

Teen boys are increasingly concerned about appearance, especially ahead of the ball season.

Song of the Week

Tyler Brown Even Tyler Brown's mum had no idea of his talent, asking of his first recording: "What an incredible voice. Who is singing?"

Viewers polarised

If only Gaylene Preston had spared us the thrush, racism, violence and ''disaster sex".

Variety is the WORD

Back on the box

Everything is awesome!

Tomorrow, the new Air Force Museum hangar will be home to structures only limited by their creators' imaginations.

No escaping debts with virtual kitty

Glassjar University of Canterbury graduates have created software to manage flat finances. Glassjar software stops the "carnage" of figuring out who owes what, founder George Smith says.

Prime cuts: The city's best meat dishes

One Good Horse served up the ultimate ribeye steak when Avenues decided to embrace the carnivore within.

Hewitt gearing up for Glasgow

Bar review: Nucleus

Travel: Celebrate history and nature in North Otago

Oamaru, a town often passed on journeys south, is a place where steampunk, Victorian buildings and a colony of blue penguins reign.

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Web Words Crossword - Daily

If you love crosswords and puzzles this is the site for you. The Daily Web Words crossword is a great daily challenge to keep your brain sharp and also to give you that well deserved break in your busy day.

General Knowledge Crossword - Daily

Test your general knowledge daily with this fun crossword. How much do you know?

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Sudoku - Daily

Are you a numbers person? Try the challenging and fun Sudoku puzzles daily on Stuff.

Treats aplenty at Food Show

food show If you love food, there is no better place to be this weekend than The Food Show.

Event management

Beck Eleven looks at the weekend's events.

Warm-ups

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Event management

Beck Eleven takes a look at what's on this weekend.

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