REVIEW: Maestro Edo de Waart deftly led the orchestra and defied Horncastle Arena's acoustics
The Christchurch leg of the New Zealand International Film Festival opens on Thursday evening at the Isaac Theatre Royal.
Canterbury-shot Sunset Song set to make debut at Film Festival
The Bohemian Bakery is open in Sumner and Mediterranean Foods is doing Friday night dinners.
A Canterbury butchery has taken out the title of New Zealand's Ham of the Year.
Ngaio Marsh, Colin McCahon, James K Baxter, Allan Curnow, Toss Wollaston - they were all in Christchurch in the inter-war years
Christchurch's annual feast of cinema gets under way on Thursday. The Press previews 13 titles from the vast selection of choices on show.
Te Iwi's grandmother left her a special gift in music when she died.
Christchurch galleries are currently playing host to a diverse and exciting line-up of exhibitions.
Neat Places chooses their picks of the restaurants offering the best value alternative meals.
Crowds of virtual hunters descended on New Brighton on Saturday, chasing Pokemon down the pier and along the beach.
A large empty car park building in central Christchurch is being transformed into a new piece of street art.
I had to pass on the chewy braised pigs' ears, which failed to win me over.
This funky new Indian restaurant is not what you'd expect, and we loved it.
A massive Disney On Ice mash-up has arrived in New Zealand.
The Christchurch artist behind Quasi talks to Charlie Gates about how his upbringing on a chicken farm in 1970s Aranui has influenced his work.
The NZSO and Troye Sivan head for Christchurch, as the city prepares for this year's NZ Film Festival.
REVIEW: Christchurch crowd not keen to let Flume and his lightshow go
'The judges were raving about him. I hope he realises just how great he is.'
Amid the idyll of Banks Peninsula, Rapaki balances its Maori heritage post-earthquake Canterbury life.
Niwa says Auckland and Christchurch temperatures are rising above the history books, but not everyone agrees.
Christchurch will feature in In Production, a comedy TV show promoting the city and nurturing its "deeply wounded creative industry".
Painting evocatively brings to life Doris Lusk's spiritual home
Christchurch's newest pizza parlour opens on Lichfield St serving American slices.
Dresses wafting in the wind, 30 women and a brave boy recreate Wuthering Heights in Christchurch.
Bette Midler, tents and songs dashed off in a lunch hour. The five year bloody struggle to bring the suffragettes to punk life.
Winter is well and truly here. Get cosy in one of Neat Places' picks for bars to warm up in.
Mt Lyford Ski Area opened to the public last week, just in time for school holidays.
The beef rib is dangerously delicious, but the fritters fall short.
It's a disconcerting feeling walking across the tarmac to Horncastle Arena for a gig with a half empty parking lot and no line out the door.