There's plenty of ways to get into the festive spirit around Christchurch this week
Scholarships for brother and sister separated as toddlers and raised in foster care.
Organ music is breaking down religious boundaries in Christchurch.
It could be his last Christmas, so she wanted to make it special.
Hot wings, cold broccoli and a great venue.
A Christchurch man has been awarded for his work with Pasifika youth.
People have been tuning in for reality television show The Great Pottery Throwdown, and now they're wanting to learn.
Bacon lovers rejoice: The Bacon Brothers' Burger Bar is coming to the city centre.
We help readers track down a dish from a restaurant or cafe.
Unknown Chapter Coffee Roasters is well worth a workday pitstop.
Neat Places looks at places around Christchurch to stock up on fresh, locally grown, and spray-free fruit and vegetables.
'People have been getting quite tearful when they come in. It's a special place for many.'
By the time most people get up on Saturday, Tony Sharpe and George McNeur will have already completed a marathon.
Queenstown's own tiny folk queen with the powerhouse voice is finalising her second album.
Nanogirl visits Christchurch to change the way science is taught, learned, and how many perceive it.
Christchurch's annual Santa Parade hailed a success.
Festive light show features 500,000 lights and was nine months in the making.
'Tis the season to line Riccarton Rd and wait for a glimpse of Santa Claus.
Thousands turned out to enjoy the sunshine at the Wine and Food festival in Hagley Park.
Pukerauaruhe Island was said to mean a heap of ferns but it did not look like one and was so barren it would struggle to grow very much at all.
New Zealanders are living longer and the elderly are healthier. What it means to be "old" is changing.
A group of young Canterbury leaders have joined forces to re-brand the youth and disability sector.
A visionary of health and beauty, Leslie Kenton inspired millions with her words and her wisdom.
Christmas finally comes to Christchurch's gallery
How one romantic naturalist raged against the 1930s tide of more modern paintings
Raranga graduates exhibit woven creations at Omaka Marae.
Friday rain to clear in time for annual Wine and Food festival in Hagley Park on Saturday.
It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas in Christchurch this week
Tram enthusiasts needed to help preserve Christchurch's history.
REVIEW: A Christmas Carol as you have never seen it before.