A giant mouse wheel and a 'dancing snake' rope swing could be on the cards as Scarborough Park gets a makeover.
Team Emirates NZ helped boost a fundraiser for the Pleasant Point Yacht Club, by bringing down the Auld Mug.
Two Halswell men have been recognised at the Apprenticeship Training Trust graduation and awards.
The Coastal-Burwood Community Board has voted to remove 168 over-sized trees causing issues for Westhaven residents.
Ethan De Rose will travel to Poland to represent New Zealand at the Junior World Championships for short track speed skating.
Burnside High's Phoebe Thompson, Alyssa Murphy and Katelyn Heyrick and St Andrew's Ellie Dugdale have been selected in the under-18 womens national ice hockey team.
Chisnallwood student band Class Disruption have won the national Rockshop Bandquest competition
Pretzels, Thai jelly, tapas, Japanese curry, rice balls, sushi, waffles and lolly cake. Rangi Ruru Girls' School travelled around the world, trying dishes from different countries.
Fresh Christchurch Central MP Duncan Webb may be busy finding his way around his new office in Wellington but the former lawyer has big plans for his electorate. He shares them with Nor'West News.
Anne Hudson explores the relationship between sculptures and the raw materials they derive from through the work of the talented Doug Neil.
When Style touches base with Auckland-born circus artist Rosita Hendry she is performing Cirkopolis in Brazil, but from November 14-19, it is Christchurch’s turn to see this unique blend of circus, theatre and dance on stage at the Isaac Theatre Royal.
With spring upon us and summer waiting in line, the time has come to shed the winter woollies – and we’re talking about what's on your face.