End of the NZ landscape book

Craig Potton's publisher, Potton and Burton, no longer commissions new books of landscape photography due to a ...

Book publisher can't make money from beautiful photos any more

Student magazine proposes launching pornographic social media account video

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Liam Donnelly, Managing Editor of CANTA is proposing a communal OnlyFans account for students.

A university magazine is considering setting up an OnlyFans account for “horny students” to make cash by sharing explicit photos and videos.

1909: The education of Māori girls video

Te Waipounamu Māori Girls' College, Ohoka, after its founding in 1909.

The opening of a Māori girls' boarding school was a milestone.

Landlords undeterred by warning that 'bad tenants' lists could breach the law video

A landlords-only Facebook group removed a list of bad tenants after the Privacy Commissioner announced his intention to ...

Landlords groups sharing unverified information on tenants boast of membership growing and falsely claim of approval by the Privacy Commissioner.

Visa extension blunder added to seasonal worker shortfall video

Eck is not working despite having a working holiday visa extension because of incorrect advice from Immigration New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand admits staff gave wrong advice to working holiday visa extension holders.

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Leaky buildings and ageing electrics: Report reveals poor state of Scott Base video

Scott Base, New Zealand's base for scientific research and environmental protection, is at the southern end of Ross ...

Parts of New Zealand's outdated Antarctic HQ would not meet safety regulations, a new report reveals.

The war of the whales video

Dead long-finned pilot whales line the beach at Farewell Spit on Tuesday, February 23, a day after stranding themselves. ...

New Zealand's pioneer of whale rescue says we are 'failing miserably'

Life story: Jim Wakefield was a harness racing legend and philanthropist

Alfred James Wakefield, known as Jim, was named a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2012 for his services to ...

OBITUARY: Alfred James Wakefield was a motivated and entrepreneurial man who never shied away from giving back to his community.

After emergency MIQ fiasco, terminally ill Trev Ponting is reunited with his family

Trev Ponting has been reunited with his parents in New Zealand after making it through managed isolation and quarantine.

Ponting, his wife Aiko and their two children have touched down in Christchurch after completing two weeks of MIQ in Auckland.

Police specialists interview 12-year-old who went missing in Christchurch

Police have interviewed a girl who went missing for four hours on Thursday.

The girl disappeared for four hours on Thursday and family feared it was an abduction.

Businessman wants monorail 'Superman' ride in Christchurch

A Christchurch businessman wants to introduce Rotorua's Shweeb racer, pictured, in the Garden City.

Nick Williams told councillors the concept could be "a great attraction for the city.”

House in suspicious fire in Christchurch as police detain person over 'serious assault'

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Officers have taken a person into custody after blaze in west Christchurch.

Student returns after a year in limbo video

Lopez Reyes says she is thrilled to be back in New Zealand after a year of uncertainty.

PhD student Karla Lopez Reyes left Lincoln last February to undertake research in Europe. But Covid-19 left her locked out of New Zealand for a year.

West Coast housing market and cycle holidays boom despite tough times video

One of the many bridges along the West Coast Wilderness Trail.

Some West Coast tourism businesses are reporting "huge growth", while others have been forced to close or will soon without support.

Harness racing trainer suspended amid suspected horse doping

Three horses trained by Jesse Alford were scratched on Thursday following an investigation into alleged doping. (File photo).

In a fresh harness racing scandal, a Canterbury trainer has been suspended after being caught injecting a suspected illegal substance into two horses.

The Rebuild

Quake-struck buildings, empty 10 years on video

The former Rydges hotel remains empty.

Why are so many Christchurch buildings still empty a decade after the earthquakes?

Why hundreds of heritage buildings were demolished in Christchurch post-quake video

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The Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament being demolished.

Heritage advocates claim many buildings were hastily bowled after the deadly February 2011 quake, while city leaders say safety was their priority.

Christchurch's red zone stayers overcome adversity to find happiness video

Red zone stayer Jeremy Prendeville, with his son Jasper, is happy he stayed in the cleared suburb.

They endured vandalism, theft and the destruction of their neighbourhoods, but now they live in “paradise”.

Christchurch's top 10 post-earthquake heritage restorations

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Aerial view of the Cathedral. 

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Christchurch’s iconic heritage buildings have experienced differing fates in the 10 years since the earthquakes struck. But some of the city’s most famous sites are being saved.

A tale of two beaches: The uneven rebuilds of Sumner and New Brighton video

Christchurch city councillor Sara Templeton says the atmosphere in Sumner now feels “amazing”.

Ten years after the February 2011 earthquake, one of Christchurch's seaside suburbs is thriving while another sits in limbo.

Opinion

Pandemic offers chance for reset on how NZ can attract and retain talented migrants

Auckland International Airport arrivals area. ‘’immigration can be a powerful driver of economic growth in the recovery ...

OPINION: New Zealand’s migration and population policies have long been seen through a short-term political lens.

The myth of the ethical property investor video

As we watch the housing crisis unfold, we need to start acknowledging that property investment is also causing real ...

OPINION: Working in an NGO, I can see the negative impact of increasing inequality and the housing crisis. As a property investor, am I part of the problem I’m working to fix?

All the Aussie news you missed

Peter Garrett “once had a penpal in Gisborne. There’s your Kiwi connection, so that’s it.”

OPINION/SATIRE: “And by ‘its own’ I mean anyone we don’t like who has the scantest of links to the Shaky Isles."

A clue from the Aussies for Ardern

Houses are as unaffordable as they've been in at least 17 years, a CoreLogic report released this week says.

OPINION: Over time, tax changes typically become accepted as normal. As the adage goes, an “old tax is a good tax”.

Aucklanders want a more nuanced Covid debate video

Border workers in Auckland were the first people in New Zealand to be vaccinated against Covid-19, last weekend. Verity ...

OPINION: We can’t relax into our normal lives, so we’re all about one stubbed toe away from having a breakdown ...

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Landlords undeterred by warning that 'bad tenants' lists could breach the law video

A landlords-only Facebook group removed a list of bad tenants after the Privacy Commissioner announced his intention to ...

Landlords groups sharing unverified information on tenants boast of membership growing and falsely claim of approval by the Privacy Commissioner.

Visa extension blunder added to seasonal worker shortfall video

Eck is not working despite having a working holiday visa extension because of incorrect advice from Immigration New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand admits staff gave wrong advice to working holiday visa extension holders.

Businessman wants monorail 'Superman' ride in Christchurch

A Christchurch businessman wants to introduce Rotorua's Shweeb racer, pictured, in the Garden City.

Nick Williams told councillors the concept could be "a great attraction for the city.”

West Coast housing market and cycle holidays boom despite tough times video

One of the many bridges along the West Coast Wilderness Trail.

Some West Coast tourism businesses are reporting "huge growth", while others have been forced to close or will soon without support.

The young entrepreneur who burnt some of the country's wealthiest investors video

Jake Millar interviewing Sir Richard Branson in San Francisco, United States, in 2016.

Jake Millar was just a teenager when he sold his first business to the government for six figures.

sport

All Whites abound in Canterbury United's football annals video

All White Ben Sigmund on the ball for Canterbury United in 2004.

Canterbury United is about to play their last national league football home game. Tony Smith looks at some of the best to wear the Dragons strip.

Dragons stalwart sorry to see Canterbury United go video

Dan Terris of Canterbury United, pictured competing for a ball with Auckland City's Fabrizio Tavano, has been involved ...

Veteran skipper turned coach thinks provincial focus suits Canterbury, and regions outside Auckland, better than a club-based national league.

Recap: Crusaders win opening match against spirited Highlanders

Codie Taylor scores the opening Super Rugby Aotearoa 2021 try for the Crusaders.

It's been a thrlling contest, but the Crusaders have proved too strong against their willing southern neighbours to draw first blood in Super Rugby Aotearoa.

High-flying Hamish Kerr eyes 2cm more to secure Tokyo Olympic spot video

Canterbury high jumper Hamish Kerr hopes his newly installed longer runup will reap the rewards.

Heavyweight matchups and big leaps should highlight the Sir Graeme Douglas International meet in Auckland on Saturday.

Dunedin's historic Forbury Park raceway to close

John Dunn drives Franco Cristiano to victory at Forbury Park.

Dunedin's historic inner-city trotting track will close, the club has confirmed.

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1909: The education of Māori girls video

Te Waipounamu Māori Girls' College, Ohoka, after its founding in 1909.

The opening of a Māori girls' boarding school was a milestone.

Student returns after a year in limbo video

Lopez Reyes says she is thrilled to be back in New Zealand after a year of uncertainty.

PhD student Karla Lopez Reyes left Lincoln last February to undertake research in Europe. But Covid-19 left her locked out of New Zealand for a year.

It's true. Avocados for just $0.09

Vegeland co-owner Tony Kiesanowski says his avocados usually cost 29 or 39 cents.

A Christchurch green grocer is selling avocados for just $0.09, which is fraction of what you’d otherwise be paying at a supermarket.

What's on: Event highlights in Ōtautahi Christchurch video

Electric Avenue is at Hagley Park on Saturday. (File photo)

Christchurch's largest outdoor festival is on this Saturday, while comedy club Good Times pepares to reopen.

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