The concept includes some Christchurch landmarks to help users get a sense of where they are.

Virtually 'spectacular' stadium video

Ben Russell's immersive concept to stimulate debate about Christchurch's future stadium.

Risk reporting urged

South New Brighton and Southshore are both struggling to recover following the February 2011 earthquake.

Making councils publicly identify climate risks to property may keep them from court.

Right call to axe arts funding

OPINION: Chch's public art advisory group is notable for dubious acquisitions.

'Malicious' complaints disappoint

Vet 'disappointed' by anonymous allegation campaign targeting Orana Park.

Cutting carbs to tackle diabetes

Mike Harry is part of a movement advocating for a low-carb diet to help manage Type 1 diabetes.

Tramper who died in park named

Malaysian tourist who died in the Nelson Lakes National Park appeared well prepared.

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Goat pie comment hard to swallow

Police were kept busy with alcohol-fuelled behaviour in Queenstown on the weekend.

8:29 AM  A taxi driver was assaulted after refusing to let a man eat pizza, while another man was hit in an argument over goat pie during a weekend of alcohol-fuelled bad behaviour.

One dead in Dunedin crash

A person has died after a crash on a major Dunedin street.

Etching on aluminium takes $20k prize

No water, no warning

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Let pilot programme overlap review

Health Minister David Clark.

OPINION: There are some subjects political rivals should be above using for point-scoring purposes with potential voters.

Find the money for the nurses

"When I drive past striking nurses standing outside Wellington Hospital, I toot my horn in support," writes Dave ...

OPINION: Let's have a Fiscal Irresponsibility Act so we can pay them what they deserve.

Local control or council land grab?

Eastern Vision: Evan Smith, left, and Peter Beck, do not want to see the city council controlling the Avon River corridor.

OPINION: Allowing the city council to own land along the Avon River would be "disastrous", say campaigners.

Right call to axe arts group funding

Should Neil Dawson's Fanfare been installed in the city centre or Hagley Park, instead of at Chaney's Corner?

OPINION: Christchurch's public art advisory group is notable for dubious acquisitions and it is right to axe its funding.

Time to share Antarctic stations and reform the treaty

The Americans are planning to upgrade McMurdo Station, which has an eccentric collection of buildings. Should the US and ...

There are too many bases on the Ice.

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Virtually 'spectacular' stadium video

Ben Russell designed a virtual reality concept for a Christchurch Stadium for his masters thesis in 2017.

Ben Russell's immersive concept to stimulate debate about Christchurch's future stadium.

BYO bag rewards from supermarkets

Supermarkets say Kiwis are adjusting well to bringing their own bags  as the move to phase out single-use plastic continues.

Supermarkets are sweetening the deal for bag-bringing customers, but not at the level Aussie stores do.

Keytone over-subscribed

Some of the product range of Keytone Dairy.

Dairy packaging export firm Keytone has attracted international and local investment for its factory expansion.

Uber and Westpac rile rivals

Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker poses with an Uber driver to publicise the launch of the drive share company in ...

Uber is ruffling feathers again as it muscles into the market with a Westpac discount scheme.

How rich tourists see NZ video

Luxury yacht, Pacific Jemm has been bought by Eichardt's Private Hotel in Queenstown.

"It's more than just wanting a hotel room and a comfy bed, we need to be wowing them when they come."

sport

Steel pip Tactix

Tactix defender Temalisi Fakahokotau wins the ball from Steel shooter Jennifer O'Connell in Invercargill.

 Southern Steel pip Mainland Tactix in another nailbiter between teams.

More cancer surgery for Hadlee

New Zealand cricket legend Sir Richard Hadlee is undergoing a second bout of cancer surgery.

New Zealand cricketing great to undergo more surgery after a secondary cancer was found in his liver.

Favour sets up rematch

Highlanders coach Aaron Mauger and his team won't head to Sydney until Wednesday or Thursday.

Aaron Mauger can thank former Crusaders teammate Daryl Gibson for a few bonus nights in his own bed this week.

Highlanders edge Rebels video

Highlanders halfback Kayne Hammington scores a first half try in Dunedin on Saturday.

They trailed 34-22 with a shade over 20 minutes remaining, but the Highlanders came back to bury the Rebels.

Class of '98 set the bar

The start of the Crusaders dynasty.  Steve Surridge (L), Daryl Gibson and Scott Robertson celebrate the 1998 Super 12 ...

Body shapes and hair lines may have changed, but it all started for the Crusaders with famous Eden Park win.

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Right call to axe arts group funding

Should Neil Dawson's Fanfare been installed in the city centre or Hagley Park, instead of at Chaney's Corner?

OPINION: Christchurch's public art advisory group is notable for dubious acquisitions and it is right to axe its funding.

Etching on aluminium takes $20k prize

Lower Hutt artist Jacqui Colley  has been named winner of the $20,000 Parker Drawing Prize.

Lower Hutt woman Jacqui Colley has claimed the $20,000 Parkin art prize

Timing derails designer's dream Project video

Christchurch fashion designer Sophia Lee is disappointed to have missed out on a place in this year's Project Runway NZ.

"I really thought, 'this was it, this was the big break'."

Where there is smoke, there is flavour

Tristan Anderson, chef at Smokey T's, the popular food truck now in residence at The Corner Store on Cashel St.

Smokey T's serves some of Christchurch's juiciest smoked meats.

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