Cantabs build sheds for Nepal

Steve Trevella is fund raising from Christchurch to continue a shelter-making project he helped launch in Nepal.

Christchurch man joins volunteer project in the growing temporar tin towns in Nepal.

Shoot 'em up Shakespeare

Hamlet: The Videogame opens at The Court Theatre on Thursday as part of the Christchurch Arts Festival.

Hamlet fights zombies, Ophelia is an intelligent computer and there are Angry Birds. Welcome to Hamlet: The Video Game.

Footnote put best foot forward

Footnote celebrates its 30th anniversary with a wide ranging retrospective show.

Footnote celebrate 30th anniversary with wonderful retrospective show.

Kids wow at Cultural Festival

Oceana Olson doesn't let her crutches hinder her performance at the Christchurch Cultural Festival

Thousands of Canterbury school children gather to twirl poi, stamp feet and sing songs at a region-wide cultural festival.

New hot pools for Tekapo

A couple enjoy a warm summers evening in the hot pool at Tekapo Springs.

Tekapo Springs has announced it will open three new hot pools in time for Christmas.

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Eat And Drink

Cabbages fit for kings

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

Spring's savoy cabbage has a mild, sweetish flavour - and these two recipes showcase it perfectly.

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

Shoot 'em up Shakespeare

Hamlet: The Videogame opens at The Court Theatre on Thursday as part of the Christchurch Arts Festival.

Hamlet fights zombies, Ophelia is an intelligent computer and there are Angry Birds. Welcome to Hamlet: The Video Game.

Footnote put best foot forward

Footnote celebrates its 30th anniversary with a wide ranging retrospective show.

Footnote celebrate 30th anniversary with wonderful retrospective show.

Kids wow at Cultural Festival

Oceana Olson doesn't let her crutches hinder her performance at the Christchurch Cultural Festival

Thousands of Canterbury school children gather to twirl poi, stamp feet and sing songs at a region-wide cultural festival.

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.

Master potters and their ways with clay

Rick Rudd, Teapot 2 (Yellow).

Steve Fullmer, John Parker and Rick Rudd are senior New Zealand potters and between the three of them, have been exhibiting their work for more than 120 years to critical respect and acclaim.

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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