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Eat And Drink

The best places to eat out? We're on it

Black Betty won the best cafe award last year. Will it retain the title this year?

5:15 AM  The hunt for Canterbury's best cafes and restaurants is on.

A brine to get your pork tender

Brining could bring an end to the despair of the dried out pork chop.

$25,000 dinner at art centre gym

Meals on wheels

Art And Stage

A clear future for COCA

The Centre of Contemporary Art has helped many local artists establish their careers, including the likes of  Neil Dawson, Bruce Edgar, Ross Marwick and Boyd Webb, who had their graduate exhibition from the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts there in June, 1971.

COCA to reopen February 2016

A work that changed the landscape

Evelyn Page, Summer Morn, 1929. Oil on canvas. Collection of Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, E Rosa Sawtell Bequest, 1940.

The Karamea Venus revealed

A triumph of musical co-ordination

The CSO delivered both a colourful and convincing performance in their latest concert.

CSO meet all the challenges of Britten's War Requiem

When a home becomes a museum

An artist's impression of the new Ravenscar House planned for Rolleston Ave in Christchurch. The architect is Andrew Patterson.

Jim and Susan Wakefield are working with Canterbury Museum to turn their home into a musuem. She explains why.

CoCA reopening delayed

The CoCA gallery building on Gloucester St during refurbishment in 2013.

The Centre of Contemporary Art has delayed its reopening by four months after discovering more work is needed on its Christchurch building.

Summer Starter

Weight Watchers leader finds feet video

Weight Watchers leader Michelle Harvey is doing the Summer Starter on November 29.

Weight Watchers counts her steps in a bid to overcome the hurdles of the last year.

The other exercises runners need

Sam Bluemel

Whether a novice or an expert, get ready for the running season with Sam Bluemel's advice series. This week it's exercises to build complete strength.

Charity helps family find their feet

Jackson Leonard, 3, has received more than 400 beads from the Child Cancer Foundation since he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Life has been on hold for the Leonard family over the last 18 months.

Schools out for Summer Starter party

Redcliffs School in Christchurch is pulling together for the Summer Starter fun run and walk event in November.

Year 8 leaders at Redcliffs School are rallying their school together for the Summer Starter.

Taking your first running steps

Sam Bluemel

Whether a novice or an expert, get yourself ready for the running season with Sam Bluemel's advice series.

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