Now's Good: Cabbages fit for kings

Pick your savoy cabbage on the condition of its leaves, not its weight.

6 min ago  In spring, the savoy cabbage has a mild, sweetish flavour and the leaves cook in seconds.

Neil Finn announces solo shows

Neil Finn will sing songs from his extensive back catalogue on his upcoming solo shows.

Neil Finn has announced intimate solo shows with strings in Wellington and Christchurch.

X marks the winning spot

Canterbury orienteer Katie Cory-Wright competing at Tekapo.

A top orienteer can run fast, read a map at the same time, and make quick decisions.

Review: MAMIL

MAMIL, starring Mark Hadlow, opened at the Court Theatre on Sunday night.

Mark Hadlow's funny one-man show is a fantastic showcase for the Christchurch actor's impressive skills.

Colourful labyrinth for central Christchurch

Arboaria will pop up in Cathedral Square as part of the Christchurch Arts Festival.

An inflatable artwork called Arboria will pop up near the former Post Office building in the southwestern corner of Cathedral Square as part of the Christchurch Arts Festival.

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Eat And Drink

Now's Good: Cabbages fit for kings

Pick your savoy cabbage on the condition of its leaves, not its weight.

4 min ago  In spring, the savoy cabbage has a mild, sweetish flavour and the leaves cook in seconds.

Review: The Daisy Theatre

The Daisy Theatre is an act of magic. The cast is comprised of inanimate objects, but they come alive.

Give the door staff a break

The first stalks of spring

Art And Stage

Neil Finn announces solo shows

Neil Finn will sing songs from his extensive back catalogue on his upcoming solo shows.

Neil Finn has announced intimate solo shows with strings in Wellington and Christchurch.

Review: MAMIL

MAMIL, starring Mark Hadlow, opened at the Court Theatre on Sunday night.

Mark Hadlow's funny one-man show is a fantastic showcase for the Christchurch actor's impressive skills.

Colourful labyrinth for central Christchurch

Arboaria will pop up in Cathedral Square as part of the Christchurch Arts Festival.

An inflatable artwork called Arboria will pop up near the former Post Office building in the southwestern corner of Cathedral Square as part of the Christchurch Arts Festival.

Review: That Bloody Woman

Kate Sheppard rock opera That Bloody Woman had its world premiere in Christchurch on Friday night.

That Bloody Woman is a rock musical bursting with wit, charm, verve and righteous energy.

Art takes back the streets video

Performers at the opening of the arts festival in Christchurch on Friday night.

The Christchurch Arts Festival took back the streets for an official opening full of fire, singing, kapa haka and eels.

Summer Starter

Summer Starter on crutches gallery video

Cate Grace is a personal trainer with Leap Fitness and Motivation, who positively manages living with chronic illnesses. She is now an ambassador for The Press Summer Starter.

Cate Grace smiles in the face of adversity and is encouraging others to join her.

Chambers joins Summer Starter fun

Noel Chambers has signed up for the Summer Starter, as have all the staff at his firm.

The Summer Starter event will be a family affair for one tight-knit Christchurch business.

Businesses take up running challenge

Tradestaff managing director Kevin Eder will wear a blue tutu in this year's Summer Starter.

A Christchurch businessman will don a tutu and his running shoes for The Press Summer Starter.

Summer Starter entries open

Runners hit their paces at the start of the inaugural The Press Summer Starter Fun Run.

The race is on for Cantabrians to enter for The Press Summer Starter fun run and walk.

School takes up Summer Starter challenge

St Michael's School will be running or walking in The Press Summer Starter fun run and walk.

A Christchurch school is taking up a challenge to get active and address their health and well being.

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