'What people order says so much'

The last meal of 49-year-old Ronnie Lee Gardner, convicted of murder, burglary and robbery, as recreated in Henry Hargreaves' No Seconds series.

12:34 PM  US-based Kiwi photographer brings his exhibition about death row prisoners' last meals home to NZ.

Kidsfest celebrates 'Year of Light'

The feature moon lantern by Julian Southgate is part of the lantern parade event to launch KidsFest 2015.

Wrap up warm and prepare to party at the lantern parade to launch Kidsfest on Saturday night.

UC student investigates ways to treat heart condition

Nick Lowther is working on a new technology that could help save lives.

A university student has received a grant to continue investigating ways to treat heart irregularities.

Dancing in the dark

No Lights, No Lycra is all about dancing in the dark and letting yourself be free.

Dance like no-one’s watching they say. But how can you let everything hang out in this snap-happy world? No-one wants to end up on social media in a video where you’re dancing like a Thunderbird who needs a wee.

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis - back to the future

British band Kitty, Daisy & Lewis are touring New Zealand this month.

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis sound like yesterday and tomorrow combined.

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Art And Stage

Woolston Brass rally for champs video

Christchurch's Woolston Brassband perform at Wigram Air Force Museum under the direction of Tyme Masters.

Prestigious Christchurch band Woolston Brass prepared for the national championships with a special gig.

Canterbury Smokefreerockquest winners

Altero, a four-piece alternative band from Lincoln High School, have won the Canterbury regional final of Smokefreerockquest.

The panels had to be craned into place on Gloucester St.

Theatre: Botch up won't cost us

Isaac Theatre Royal bosses say they won't pay extra costs as construction firms squabble over delays.

Summer Starter

Ladi6's festival homecoming

STAR ATTRACTION: Ladi 6 is performing twice in Christchurch.

Ladi6 is headlining two major events in Christchurch this weekend - The Summer Starter and Christmas in the Park.

Toll of quake stress

Many Cantabrians turning to bad habits, whether alcohol, coffee, smoking or overeating, to cope.

EYES ON THE PRIZE: Running trainer Bevan Eyles.

How to reach the finish line

Here are some quick tips that will help you get the most out of the Summer Starter fun run and walk this Sunday.

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