An independent Christchurch cinema has gained national recognition on the eve of its 30th birthday.
Intellectually disabled students challenge prejudice in rap music video.
Monkeys, masks and Freddie Mercury all inform Kiss the Fish, a play presented by the Indian Ink theatre company in Christchurch this week.
A small Canterbury school has embraced its country roots in its bid for free All Blacks test match tickets.
Because of her tattooed appearance, online commentators once told Jackel Aitchison to kill herself.
Sir Tim Smit has a "rock and roll" approach and a big vision for Christchurch.
Even on a grey and rainy day, this beauty of this glacial lake is hard to beat.
Grab the Crayolas - welcome to the world of adult colouring in.
The revamped James Hay Theatre in the Town Hall will be able to switch between chamber music and a mosh pit.
A good theatre is as hard to build as a nuclear facility and your company could be destroyed if you get it wrong.
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It's game on for a Christchurch community chasing tickets to an historic All Blacks test match.
US-based Kiwi photographer brings his exhibition about death row prisoners' last meals home to NZ.
Wrap up warm and prepare to party at the lantern parade to launch Kidsfest on Saturday night.
New research is looking at treating irregular heart beats with radiotherapy.
No-one wants to end up on social media dancing like a Thunderbird who needs a wee.
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis sound like yesterday and tomorrow combined.
Fashion is a business that can break entrepreneurs like no other.
Sumner restaurant Bamboozle to head to the city.
Dragon's Den offers top cocktails and cosy couches.
It's not often I say it about a mountain hut, but Emma just doesn't make the cut.
American hip hop group Bone Thugs ’N Harmony turn up – but where is Flesh'n'Bone?
Carlton Bar & Eatery to open in New Regent St as hospitality continues to flourish and some retailers struggle.
Drawing helps Jessica Smith forget about her dyslexia.
Prestigious Christchurch band Woolston Brass prepared for the national championships with a special gig.
Isaac Theatre Royal bosses say they won't pay extra costs as construction firms squabble over delays.
Altero, a four-piece alternative band from Lincoln High School, have won the Canterbury regional final of Smokefreerockquest.
Melissa Etheridge, Huey Lewis and The News and REO Speedwagon headed for NZ this summer.
OPINION: I now judge how successful a day has been by the number of parking tickets accumulated.
OPINION: A southern view of the week's news.