At 12:51 on 22 February 2011, 12 people died beside me. The parapet and facade of an unreinforced masonry building on the main street of Christchurch, New Zealand, crushed the bus that I was riding. I'm the only one left, the lucky 13.
A shuttle trail aiming to solve parking problems for Christchurch Hospital nurses has been extended
Lincoln University researchers say the days of the white slice may be over, as more consumers buy grain loaves or avoid bread completely
Pioneer Recreation and Sport Centre has had the most pool closures for faecal incidents since January, while Jellie Park might be the safest bet.
Dredging silt and liquefaction from the Woolston Cut has been delayed slightly after asbestos was found in samples.
An audit of Canterbury District Health Board staff mobile phones found 40 per cent of their work data use was not work-related.
Students at University of Otago Christchurch have an unusual tutor this year - medical robot Alex.
South Island kids are three times more likely to have bowel disease than kids in the North Island - and one researcher thinks that may come down to less sunlight
Deb Morrison has worked as a receptionist at a Belfast medical centre for 15 years but now she's following her dream of becoming a nurse.
Canterbury children are having to wait almost six months to see a mental health specialist.