Living in a motorhome gives the couple of the freedom to explore New Zealand and still spend time with family and friends.

From a 3-bed to a motorhome stuff nation

We sold our house and left it all behind for a life where we decide where we live and what we do.

Anglicans could split

Vicar Helen Jacobi, of St Matthew-in-the-City in Auckland, supports the motion.

Conservative Canterbury Anglicans may leave the church after it voted to allow same-sex married couple blessings.

McGrath's dad: 'We've no closure'

A year after Michael vanished, his dad's lost hope he's alive and wonders if he'll ever be found.

Speed a likely factor in fatal crash video

The man killed when a car flipped, smashed into a fence and caught fire was TJ Walker.

Lightning, snow, as cold bites

Almost 3500 lightning strikes hit as wintry weather sees snow possible down to 300m.

Speeding fines deemed invalid

Seven years worth of speeding fines issued on a Christchurch road could be deemed invalid.

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Practising for rare surgery

Dr Jon Wells, left, and Professor Spencer Beasley hope to help trainee doctors master a rare, life-saving surgery.

New Zealand surgeons are using 3-D printing to teach doctors how to perform a life-saving operation on premature infants.

Henderson allowed to consult

Controversial Christchurch developer Dave Henderson is back in business, sort of.

D-day for Denton Park

Tourist dies in rafting accident

The Rebuild

The red zone after dark video

Linz compliance coordinator Jason Notman takes Stuff on a night-time tour of the Avon River red zone.

Burnt out cars, dumped rubbish and delinquents are among the many surprises night security can expect while patrolling Christchurch's red zone.

Christchurch's post-quake drift

What to expect from a global settlement?: Regeneration Minister Megan Woods (left) with Mayor Lianne Dalziel.

Does the Government really want to hand full control to Christchurch just yet? The agenda for a global settlement.

The great LTP lolly scramble

Councillors are pondering a $1.5m bid to restore Akaroa's main wharf

Christchurch ratepayers are being asked to fund an impossible raft of ventures including pools, Chinese gardens, indoor courts and a new lake.

Shame for Garden City

Contractors are about to start to replacing dead plants.

Dying plants in the rebuilt central Christchurch are the result of penny pinching and are an embarrassment for the Garden City, experts say.

Orr defends rebuild comments

Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr during his first press conference on May 10.

Under fire from former ministers, Reserve Bank governor says comments about rebuild frustrations are part of his job.

Opinion

Psychologists having a field day with Fomo

Fomo: Some feel that they are missing out while everybody else is skiing in Aspen, cycling the Pyrenees or sailing the ...

Fomo can lead to anxiety, self-doubt & envy.

White trash meets royal bash

No one to walk Meghan down the aisle? There were no shortage of contenders in the lead-up to the weekend's wedding.

OPINION: We all thought the royal family was dysfunctional. Then we met the Markles.

Cup gets $100m, Māori get overlooked

Grant Dalton holds the America's Cup high after Team New Zealand's emphatic win in Bermuda. The Government has pledged ...

OPINION: The Budget is about priorities. It allocated $100 million to the America's Cup and $15m to young Māori without a job or a dream.

Reasonable on the face of it

You're being watched. You just don't know it yet.

OPINION: If you're worried that you're losing your privacy, you're too late.

D-day for Denton Park

A $35.7 million combined pool, library and service centre facility could be built at Denton Park in Hornby.

ANALYSIS: Who would have thought a proposed pool and library in Hornby would get more public reaction than restoring Christ Church Cathedral?

business

Hotel owes almost $500,000

The Pleasant Point Hotel.

Hunt for unpaid taxes sees Inland Revenue seeking liquidation of the company that owns the only hotel in Pleasant Point.

The red zone after dark video

Linz compliance coordinator Jason Notman takes Stuff on a night-time tour of the Avon River red zone.

Burnt out cars, dumped rubbish and delinquents are among the many surprises night security can expect while patrolling Christchurch's red zone.

Fury over quarry expansion video

Anna Youngman, who has long suffered from health problems she and her doctors attribute to quarry dust, says the move ...

Christchurch quarry gets permission to expand despite dust concerns from residents and health officials.

Survivors of a fading industry

Blenheim Rd United Video manager Sean Tomlinson says business is booming after Video Ezy and other stores in ...

Only three major DVD rental stores are left in Chirstchurch after closures, but they are busier than ever.

Boat shed toilet no-no

A court rules that Marlborough Sounds boat sheds cannot have toilet facilities that would make them dwelling places.

Real estate business owner ordered to remove domestic comforts from his Marlborough Sounds boat shed.

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The red zone after dark video

Linz compliance coordinator Jason Notman takes Stuff on a night-time tour of the Avon River red zone.

Burnt out cars, dumped rubbish and delinquents are among the many surprises night security can expect while patrolling Christchurch's red zone.

Survivors of a fading industry

Blenheim Rd United Video manager Sean Tomlinson says business is booming after Video Ezy and other stores in ...

Only three major DVD rental stores are left in Chirstchurch after closures, but they are busier than ever.

Christchurch a 'Fab City'?

Carl Pavletich, co-founder of Fab Lab Chch, a social enterprise encouraging the uptake of technology and "active ...

Could Christchurch join Paris, Barcelona and Amsterdam to become a "Fab City"?

Wilson Dixon riffs on life

Wilson Dixon will play two gigs at Boo Radley's, on Victoria St in Christchurch, on May 24 and 25.

The award-winning singer takes a small stage in Christchurch next week to discuss love, life and Trump.

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