Christchurch Life

It isn't about the six-pack

Bevan James Eyles book cover

The fitness industry creates products that make most people feel like failures, says author of a new book.

Pre-dawn Christchurch glow

Night photography isn't without its perils, Geoff Soper says, but the results can be spectacular.

Excitement of that first egg

First egg of spring Nothing can explain the excitement of that first egg of the season.

Jimmy Barnes playing NZ

	 Jimmy Barnes Former Cold Chisel frontman Jimmy Barnes will play in Hamilton, Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin.

Review: Shop Eight

Shop Eight OPINION: Never before have I heard diners ask for more plates of the cabbage - a testament to the chef's quality.

Welcome to The Villas

Dunkin The Coffee House has expanded to encompass two villas on Montreal St, plus Khao San Road Bar opens on Victoria St.

Butchering since he was 16

The new face in the butchery at Woolston Market is actually an old face. Meet Steve Marquet.

Restaurant runners stopped in tracks

Selfies at the dinner table

Boys also keen to impress

Schoolboy test, exam, test results, exam results, student, pupil Teen boys are increasingly concerned about appearance, especially ahead of the ball season.

Student designers stun

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

Gym gear gets colour kick

Introducing Kate & Brendan

Silence for Dawson

A moment of silence for the late Charlotte Dawson was held at the beginning of NZ Fashion Week tonight.

Free Theatre books gym time

Ubu Nights Unique theme nights are breathing new life into the Arts Centre's Gymnasium.

The Chills star dies

Record label pays tribute to "great talent" of Peter Gutteridge, a pioneer of the Dunedin sound.

'A city made from light'

Jol Mulholland's soundtrack

A fresh look at Chch

Gerard Smyth, award-winning director of When a City Falls, reveals Christchurch through lives of everyday people living in extraordinary times.

Christchurch's top five walks

Lyttelton The Port Hills offer a bird's eye view across the expansive Canterbury Plains to the Southern Alps. Most tracks are now open and ready to explore.

The big cat lady

Every morning, Orana Wildlife Park's carnivore keeper is greeted with hugs and loud purring by Boo and Lion, the playful cheetah cubs.

Mackenzie mini-break

Garden City in bloom

Your guide to dining out: Part II

Take a culinary journey through The Americas and Europe without leaving Christchurch city limits.

Daily trivia quiz: August 9

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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?

Code Cracker - Daily

Find a Word - Daily

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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