Saturday, August 19, 2017

CTV News


Watch: $1m yacht development at threat from erosion

In the next year or so, this spot by the estuary will house a brand new yacht club. But there are growing concerns over the continuous erosion of the estuary edge as the tide eats away at it.

Watch: ‘It’s the ham lady!’

After reading a Facebook post Countdown worker Lorna McLaughlin cried - but not because of any trolls - quite the opposite.

Watch: Cultural fest – ‘It’s their chance to be stars’

From Maori and Pacifica to Indian and Irish, this year's Cultural Festival had it all.

Knee injury rules captain out of semi-final

Christ's College's captain will miss tomorrow's do or die UC Championship semi-final against Timaru Boys' High School. Now on crutches he now holds the role of being the team's number one supporter.

Dairy robbed at knife point for three packets of tobacco

A dairy owner was robbed at knife point on Thursday morning for a small amount of tobacco.

Watch: Labour leader Jacinda Adern pledges $30m for child mental health

Ten million a year will be put towards funding child mental health services for Christchurch schools, should Labour be elected into power.

Watch: Savvy solution for banned St Albans safety sign

All it took for this sign to be permitted was to put a politican's head on it.

VIDEO: Live updates, road closures but rain eases

Surface flooding is likely to get worse across the city as heavy rain continues to fall, warns the city council.

VIDEO: Teacher heading to Denmark for surf champs

Lucy Te Moananui reckons the 9deg C water temperature at Sumner beach will help her get ready for the chilly Denmark waters when she represents New Zealand at the ISA World SUP and Paddleboard Championship.

Watch: Protest for more funding, more staff at CDHB

This is the sound health workers unhappy with their bosses.