There is never a heater on in Pauline Turner's little florist shop in New Brighton. But there is a whole lot of warmth coming out of it.
Its been rumoured that the gargoyles peering down from St Peter's Church are the old vicars.
It's more than just a tractor cruising down a paddock. There is a real 'art' to the sport of ploughing
The suburban museum that brings together people through Doris Day, Elvis and Steptoe and Son.
Ella Benn lost her lower leg to cancer at age 10. She became a para swimming champion. But then the cancer returned not once but twice.
Lynette Hedrick grew up hearing stories of her mother’s World War 2 romance. She said the 30 letters between the doomed pair were crying out to be written into a novel.
A group of Christchurch performers are sharing the next generation of Pacifica stories, showing the sacrifice of language and culture their families made when settling in New Zealand and their commitment to regaining it.
You either loved or loathed cross country at school. But inspite of the lure of screentime, teachers say Canterbury children are still enjoying cross-country. More than 1300 children qualified for last week's Canterbury Primary and Intermediate Schools Cross Country at Halswell Quarry.
Makerspace at Haeata Community Campus is helping to produce some of Christchurch's next entrepreneurs.
The former world champion St Andrew's College Pipe Band celebrated their centenary recently with a weekend of activities. We take a look at why they are so successful.