Chantelle Parsons has used CrossFit to build stronger joints and tone up after a virus left her unable to eat or drink for days.
Cat Stevens is stopping in New Zealand in December, as part of the 60s icon's 50th anniversary tour.
Acclaimed New Zealand poet Bill Manhire writes to signpost possibilities and give freedom.
The presentation appeared more exciting than the food.
Baby was the "catalyst of change" for the young Christchurch mother and nursing student.
Eynon Phillips is one of few Kiwis to grade fourth dan in two-sword Kendo fighting.
Underground Kiwi bands Two Cartoons and Spawts will be bringing their musical flair around the country this month.
In time for National Archaeology Week, local archaeologists say the city's rebuild has unearthed more of its past.
Armed with sewing machines and secondhand fabrics, Sew Love is changing the way we think about consumerism.
Andrei Martin, who built the 'crowd favourite' Grand Designs house in Christchurch last year, is once again battling ill health.
Neat Places in Christchurch to enjoy a dining and shopping experience in a shared space.
The small, quirky bagel joint opened in what was formally the back entrance to Tequila Mockingbird restaurant.
Retropolitan Social Club opens on Lincoln Rd and established restaurant Chinwag closes.
"I'm almost in my element. My mother always used to say I was a performing flea."
Resource consent has been granted for a group to rebuild the Edgeware swimming pool.
Wakatipu High School's talent will be showcased when Fame - The Musical opens on Wednesday night at the Queenstown Memorial Centre.
Folk singer Nadia Reid spent a year being sober while she made and toured her latest album.
Children's theatre specialist tipped as future leader
A bartender from Wanaka has been named one of NZ's top beer pourers and will compete for an international title.
Two up-and-coming Christchurch photographers have snapped up the top prizes in a national competition.
Cabaret de Paris set for Auckland, Wellington, Napier and Christchurch shows.
Orchestra musicians are helping young prisoners change their tunes.
Christchurch folk singer Phil Garland was remembered as a troubadour, a family man and a mentor at his funeral on Friday.
REVIEW: Showbiz's latest production is a great excuse to hear some rocking pop-tunes, performed with style and verve and enjoy some Broadway-standard production values.
Think 43,000's big? Try 80,000 crowding into Hagley Park for these Kiwi legends.
Artists steering clear of design competition for "art bridge" over Avon River in central Christchurch.
For one long-time resident, it was the first time he had seen the animals in the area.
Kids playing footy this weekend? Pack your umbrellas and prep the washing machine for muddy socks.
There's an eclectic range of events and concerts headed our way over the next week
Martin Curtis has been recording songs of war, mountains, keas, and his love of the land for more than 35 years.