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Eat And Drink

New cafe opens in Christchurch

Ally and Sid is now open at the former Park Ranger central city location on Walker St.

On sunny days, Ally & Sid opens its big garage door lets the outside in. Dogs are welcome too.

New options at Christchurch's Riverside

The new upstairs additions promise Spanish flair and Bavaria-inspired menus.

Second home for Christchurch's Moustache

Prost! Bavarian craft beer garden opens

Art And Stage

Weekend event highlights in Christchurch

Bill Nighy, Love Actually, is playing at the Outdoor Cinema at the Arts Centre.

There are good times to be had this weekend and beyond starting on this beautiful black Friday.

Street art captures city's history

The mural reads SALT DISTRICT 8011, the postal code in Christchurch.

Yet another epic mural has turned a blank Christchurch wall into an interactive work of art.

All aboard for the Rail Land tour

Musician Anthonie Tonnon is touring New Zealand and taking a journey with audiences by travelling to community venues ...

To see Anthonie Tonnon's show, audiences must use public transport.

First listen: Harry Styles' new album

Harry Styles showing off his crucifix necklace, while he toured in 2018.

REVIEW: Harry Styles' soon to be released album is diverse and surprising, as he pushed the boundaries of pop.

Take a moment to listen to Silence!!!

Tim Moore, a former Christchurch musician now based in Melbourne, has made an album called Famous For God under the ...

Former Christchurch musician Tim Moore is back - as Uncle Quentin.

Summer Starter

Short story: Emotional support animal

"I bat the flight attendant's hand away and open the zip on my handbag a fraction."

Kathryn van Beek is working towards a doctorate on 'writing to change the world'. And with this third-place winner in the Sunday Star-Times Short Story Awards 2018, she will certainly change some perceptions.

The price of a glam summer

Nikki Gouws and her five year old son Jake enjoying summer, this weekend at Tahunanui beach, Nelson.

$15 ice creams, $100 towels, $700 jandals ... The beach is no longer an escape with inexpensive clothes, food, and fun. It's gone premium.

Making rental cars safer video

Geraldine boys Cody, 13, and Sean, 14, Roberts are delighted to test drive New Zealand's very first driving simulator ...

Young road safety campaigners whose father died in tourist driver crash help launch simulator for rental car drivers.

Exercising with electrodes video

Reporter Maddison Northcott tried out a new super high intensity work-out technology used by the likes of Usain Bolt.

Wearing a skin-tight bodysuit is a compromising experience. Being photographed in one, while damp and sweaty, should be illegal.

Summer Starter days away

Costumes are encouraged at the ASB Summer Starter, which begins at New Brighton Pier at 9am on Sunday.

It's time to trawl through the costume box as this year's ASB Summer Starter fast approaches.

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