Where are the best new spots in Chch?
Some of the best new spots in Christchurch have been visited by hip-hop star Ladi6 on a visit to her hometown.
Rhiannon Selwyn says leaving Auckland led to a better job, more free time and enabled her to save.
Thousands of feet will pound over $52 million worth of earthquake repairs on their way to the finish line in the Summer Starter.
Harry Foster will be in a decked-out wheelchair among a sea of runners in a 10-kilometre Summer Starter event this weekend
Doubts raised over 'guilt free' claims
Frozen yoghurt is the latest craze to hit Christchurch with four stores opening in the city in the last year. Abbie Napier finds out why it is so popular.
OPINION: Warren Feeney, chairman of Arts Voice Christchurch, reviews the state of the arts in post-quake Christchurch and calls for more planning.
Fridays in the square 'like old Christchurch'
OPINION: It's like the surrounding devastation isn't even there any more. Food trucks in the square are a hit.
Cosmo Nikau ready to roll
Preschooler battling leukemia shows support for Child Cancer Foundation through Summer Starter.
Her band is nominated for an award at the NZ Music Awards, but Indira Force won't be there.
Will Sol3 Mio give Lorde the jandal at the 49th Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards tonight?
It's that glorious time of year - asparagus season. Here's how to make the most of it.
Aucklanders discover best bits of Chch
Andy Ellis and Moorhouse aim to win the hearts of Aucklanders as part of a unique tourism campaign.
About 10,000 Kiwi homes subscribe to My Food Bag, a weekly delivery of five meals in a bag.
Give a warm welcome to a different style of Coriander's, a new Dux venture and some Movember dishes.
Velvet curtains, chandeliers, spectacular dancing and a standing ovation - last night's Isaac Theatre Royal opening was a truly giddy affair.
Chris Casserly will take to the Fight for Christchurch boxing ring in aid of the charity that helped change his daughter's life.
JARROD HENDERSONJarrod Henderson loves his job, but relocating to Auckland to keep it was too high a price to pay.
OPINION: Poor old Victoria Square. Her leafy shade will be removed and parts of her velvety lawn ripped out.
NZ’s man drought makes international headlines, with Christchurch touted as a romantic oasis.
The former home and studio of celebrated artist Bill Sutton may be saved from demolition.
Champagne flowed for supporters, sponsors and punters at the grand opening of the Isaac Theatre Royal.
Isaac Theatre Royal busy with last-minute work
DIY madness takes over foyer of Isaac Theatre Royal as workers complete last-minute touch-ups ahead of tonight's opening.
Renee Walker was mercilessly teased at school. So began a 20-year battle with an eating disorder.
Smiths City's Pete Dickie has 11 stents in his heart. He recently broke his wrists in a fall. But he's still doing the 10km Summer Starter.
Christchurch's historic Isaac Theatre Royal will reopen today after a $40 million rebuild.
Fashion and horses were the stars of the show at the sold-out 151st running of the New Zealand Cup in Christchurch this weekend.
Kiwi fabrication laboratory - a Fab Lab - aims to turn people from consumers into makers.
Cup field impresses in fashion stakes
Eye-catching hats, flowery dresses and tailored suits certainly impressed in this year's fashion competition at the New Zealand Cup.
A one-armed woodchopper and a hulking tank named Boris - the 152nd Canterbury A&P Show had it all.
Watch those hemlines, warns Castle-Hughes
Keisha Castle-Hughes will have her eyes on hats and hemlines when she attends Cup Day at Riccarton racecourse.
A wonderland of earthly delights is on offer at the food and wine pavilion. Make sure to try these ones.
Forget sheep - Don Stuart's duck herding is the real crowd-pleaser at A&P Show.
Triple world record-holding sword swallower Brianna Belladonna talks about eating light bulbs and touring NZ.
A 13-year-old entrepreneur from Waikato has made his trading debut at this year’s A&P show.
St John workers and their equine sidekicks on hand to help should riders take a topple at the Canterbury A&P pavilion.
The Wellington Ukulele Orchestra could be selling out big venues, but instead they chose to play at a small community hall in a quake-hit suburb.
OPINION: This year I'm hosting a Christchurch Christmas, which means at least 13 people will be coming to my place for the meal.
Best way to tackle obesity is with good nutrition messages in schools, Christchurch dietitian says.
Woodchopping is hard enough with two hands, let alone one. That has not stopped Nick Fredriksen.
In Engineers and Merchants, upstairs is all about good food and atmosphere, while downstairs caters to the late-night dancing crowd
Grand opening going ahead Monday
Workers are racing to get the restored Isaac Theatre Royal ready for its big opening night on Monday.
At 192 cm tall and 160 kg, world champion wood chopper Adam Lowe cuts an impressive figure.
As the rain clouds roll over the A&P Show, 300 school children get ready to try their hand at 'shearing'.
The menu at Madam Kwong's is almost an overload of good taste.
Horses in coats were milling next to their floats while ferris wheels stood idle on the first and quietest day of the Canterbury A&P Show.
Salmonella Dub founder has fond childhood memories of the Canterbury A&P Show, which the band will headline this week.
A flash of rubber, metal and pony will signal world champion scurry racer Cherie Stalker's arrival at this year's Canterbury A&P Show.
Cup Day at Addington is a mix of punting, painted bodies and ladies in heels eating hotdogs.
Yesterday, Amrit Singh and Isa Zhao married in what was thought to be the first traditional Sikh wedding in Canterbury.
A North Island woman is "over the moon" to have been crowned Best Dressed Woman at Cup Day.
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